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index of your pr?
see to it that eve
act financial and
dressed it is on ?
clothes are sure t
Our Easter Su
are the styles ah
manship are sud
looks. We will s
stylish military el
erdine, French se
of taffeta, faille
most approved st
ship gray, sheph
All are fairly prie
$30 and up.
will be irrcon
We are shov
sand, putty a
tans, as well
white with sel
the best make
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Item? of Interest und Person?
Wireless on the Si
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City lo Build
New Brick Stables.
City council, in speciar session j
Monday afternoon, authorized a'spec-j
lal committee consisting ot Aldermen
Barton, Tatfi and Carter to proceed
with the erection of a two-story brick
stubble building on East Market street,
in the rear of the city hall. Tho
barn is to take the place of the old
wooden -shack that stood on this
site and served' for a barn, which
was ?old at auction spmo time ago
and torn down hy the purchaser. The
committee will advertise for sealed
bids in the next few days for tho
erection of the building.
I? to Be H did.
The bankrupt stock of A. W.
Bailey, who Conducted here two of a
chain ot Ti and 10 cents stores :
throughout this section r.f tho coun
ty, will be sold at H o'clot1); on the]
morning or April 8. The.property will
be cseu to inspection on Avril 5, 6 and
7. Sealed bids will be received for;
the property in lots or as a whole.
At least 25 per cent of the highest j
bid or bids must bo put up as a de
posit . "
Several Going to
County Superintendent of Education
J; B. Felton, Surcrlhfendent'of City
Schools E. C. McCants. County Su
pervisor of Rural Schools Miss Maggie
M. Carlington and Misses " Cleo
Bailey, and Annie Erskine are among
those going from Anderson to
Florence for the annual meeting of
thc? f,tato Teacher Association, which
is to bc held Ince the last half of
Fire slightly.'damag-?d a. negro
calila on what is kn&*- tx as "Barton's
'Row" yesterday morning about 8:30
o'dook. Tho house is one of several
situated on a lot in th? rear ot the
First Baptist, church. Tho blaze ori
ginated In a closet In the boose.
Names Bclegat*? to
X. C. C. at Xuftkogre.
At tn,, request of tae managing,di
rector of the. Southern Commercial
Congress, tho local chamber of com
*ner?e has appoluteg delegates to *he
sixth annual convention ot thia or
ganization, which Kill bo held Rt Mus
ce on Easter Sunday will be taken
asperity. How much it behooves y<
ry detail of your apparel represent
social status. If one ever wants
raster Sunday when those who li
0 put them on.
*t Easter St
its are models of smart tailoring,
solutely authentic, but the fabrics
1 that service goes hand in hand
how you the jaunty new coals, full
fects skillfully wrought in such fabr
rge, covert and English tweed to s
and Beng??ne. All are trimmed
;yle ideas. Colors include sand, pu
ere1 checks, and attractive novelt}
ed at $15, $17.50, $20, $22.50, $2
ring all the
?S such as
nd the new
as black or
f or contrast
:s which are
nt values at
We are sellii
lent quality c
all the mos
shades at ?1
lisle and cotl
run much loi
iery is choser
' ing qualities
style and ye
to be satistl
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ri Mention Caught Over the
reeta ol Ander?' .a
Cadets should See
Biggest Hard?ure Store.
In the Hat of "things to ae?" in An
derson which waa published In yes
terday's Issue of The Intelligencer for
the benefit of t'ne visiting Clemson
College cadets tho name of the Sulli
van Hardware company was inadver
tantly pmjlted. This ls the largest
hardware concern in the Carolluas,
and the. Inspection ct interesting
plants about Anderson by the cadets
would not be complete were this place
oMirlooked. It will be a pleasure for
the proprietors, and employees of.
? this big establishment to ?how the
I cadets ovar the place.
Y. M. C. A. ?Ieee Today.
Mr. E. G. Wilson. Interstate Se
cretary r.t the Young Men's Christian
Association, will bo in Anderson today
for the purpose of conferriu
representatives of the local Organiza
tion with reference to the work here.
Judge Joseph A. McCullough, of the
Greenville bar and one cf the mose
prom iii cn t attorney.? of the State, waa
a visitor in the o'.ty yesterday. Judge
McCullough came over on bittiness,
and returned to Greenville after
spending a few hours here. He bas
dolivered addresses In Anderson at
various times, and is u charming and
Clcmsi.?i Coll ego
? great Tinny leading merchants
have rleco?ated their stores and show
win ?o WP in honor of the Clemson
"Tigers," and som? of tho windows
arr ,-try prfetly indeed. Noticeable
among th? show windows of the city
are those' ot B. O. Evan* A Co., T. L.
Ce'y. Columbia Tailors, Gefsberg's
,0rna. Shoe Co., Carrlngton'a, and
"Billy" l.yn'i, which ls DV. far the
prettiest one in the city. His show
wtndows are always pretty, but this
week, with' the addition of the Clemson
colors to his attractive display, he
has onions himself. His window ls
attract!'.g a great deal of favorable
Flaat tn Stnie7~?~~
Ono of the places of interest.- ahd
one of the noteworthy enterprises in
I ?nderaon, which was overlooked ir?
j thc Hat ot placo i in Anderson -a here
?the Clemson c?dete might Spend a
j whilo Interestingly and ? profitat>!y.
i.woa th? optical parlf.ra of i?r. M. ll.
I'Csmplell. on West Whltner utrea*.
This if. rhe only optical manufactur
ing plant as well equipped as this- is
as a sure
DU then to
s your ex
to be well
?cs as gab
There are no pr
And this is no emf
exclusive models <
Jardine, Mme. Ch
represent the last
tinctiveness and cl
found at other sto
shepherdess hats a
are hats with tram
laid with applique
we have some uni
tonish you with th
hats. Prices begii
<s7.5o and sio.on
cry to match
rife an excel
>f silk hose in
.00, while in
:on the ."rices
ver. Our lios
i for its wear
; as well as
)u are bound
??d with your
A pretty E
ter suit. Oi
vet and fa
would be 1
But there arc
as 98c and
iu the State. There are two Oilier
optical manufacturing plasta in South
Carolina; one at Greenville and one
at Ckdumblu. but this ia the only i>ne
which has so modern equipment. Dr.
Campbell stated yesterday that he
would be pleased tc have uny cadet er
as many of them as will come to his
place at? 112 West Whituur?Slreett and
seo. where the "blind are made . to
Heady to Start
New Sewer Work.
City Engineer Wade A. Sanders has
about completed all arrangements for
beginning the oewer extention work in
the southeastern part of thu city.
Street Oveneer Gllmer will employ
about 20 laborers in doing tlu exca
vating for the sewer truck line. Tho
tbwer line. will empty, into Rocky
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Rural LHe Topics
To Be Discussed.
The chamber of commerce is in re
ceipt of a letter from President D. B.
Johnson of Winthrop College stating
that a week of the summer school,
June 21-25, ii to be decoted to tbe
study of rural life questions, land
asking that the chamber.) of commerce
ot the State be represented at the con
"PapeV Diapepsin" makes sick,
soar, gassy Stomachs .
Do some foods you eat hit back
taste good, but work badly; torment
imo stubborn lumps And cause a sick,
sour, ?assy stomach? Now,. Mr. or
Mrs. Dyspeptic, Jot this down : Pape'?
Dlapepsin digests everything, leaving
nothing to sour and upset you. There
never waa anything so safely quick, so
certainly effective. No difference how
badly your stomach Is disordered yon
widget happy relief in five minutes,
but what pleases you moat is that it
strengthen? and regulates your stom
ach so yost can cat youl* u.vorito foods
?Most, remedies give you relief some
times-they are slow, but not sure*.
"Rape's Dlapepsin" 'ia quick, positive
tieft put? your stomach in a healthy
condition so the misery won't come
You feil different as s'??n'as "Pope's
Dlapepsin" cornea ia cont::.:: with th?,
stomach-distress Just vanishes--your
stomach get sweet, no gase, no belch
ing, no eructations of undigested food,
k your hoad clears and you feet fine.
Go now, make the best investment
yon ever made, by getting a largo aty
cent case of Pepe's " Diapepe uv from
any drug ?toro. You realize in flvo
minutes how needless it is to suffer,
from indigestion, dyspepsia or aajt
' stomach disorder.
LE, - SOUTH CA
ic Easter Ha
eltier hats than ours in the State of ?
>ty boast for we-bought for your che
if such master designers as Kaw ak.
risty and scores of others. Not on
word in i 915 Spring fashion but tl
lie far removed from the commonpl;
res. There arc turbans, toques and
nd new-fashioned poke bonents wit
?parent crowns and brims and hats w
flowers. Black-and-white hats are
isually modish creations in this style
e moderate prices we shall ask you I
i at S3.95 wth handsome models al
House is a
i your Eas
ne of those
: and chiffon
ed with vel
i sin*r>!?r arid
d models in
:pe, crepe de
silk and lin
begin as low
leis at 56.5o
A piece of <
wear gives t
touch to a \
you to see (
line of Medici
ed with vety
and our ass
as 25c for
TH? STORY OF
George Kleine Presents the Fun
niest Story Ever Staged at
"The. Anderson" Today
Nell Jones (a light-fingered maid)
Jack Uoogan (her fiance, also a
Mr. Cluney (a self-confessed klep
Dr.. Willoupghby (who thinks he
knows a kleptomaniac when he secs
Mrs. Carr (mother)-'-Auguste Bur
Joan Carr .(Dr. Willoughby's fian
Madge Carr (Mr. Cluney's fiancee)
The Detective-Dan Moyles.,
The. Clergymen-Soldlne. Po wei.
Mr. Carr is a kleptomaniac.and has
two daughters. Madge and Joan, are
to be man-led to Mr. Cluney and Dr.
Willoughby, respectively. Pretty Nell
Jones, a Hghtfingered maid, is' en
jag?d'thBt afternoon by Mra. Carr af
ter promising her sweetheart. Jack
Doogan. a crook, that she will assist
him to do one last job. Jecullar and
mysterious things begin to happen in
the Carr home.with tho arrival of tho
A ruby suddenly disappears f?oi"
the library table-into Nail's shoe
but the empty box is discovered by
Cluney in his overcoat pocket a- few
minutes later* The family promptly
suspect Nell and Cluney telephones
for o> detective. While he is In th" uct
of 'phoning. Nell slip} the towel back
into the box .where it is ?<s?ov?red by
Tur. Carr ust as Cluney lay? down th0
'phone. Cluney ls stunned'by inc dis
covery and confides in Dr. .Willough
by, who unsympathetically informs
Cluney that 'he evidently suffers from
The situation ia further complicat
ed'by the ar ri "ixl ci rieh s sweetheart,
Jack,, whom she tells of the expected
detective. This dignity. Is met by Neil
who, after deftly stripping him Of star
and watch, introduces h'm to Jack aa
Mr. Cluney. Jack sends him away on
a mysterious mission and Nell thes
introduce? Jack to the family ks the
dotcctlv? from central bead'j nar tere.
Ciuuoy confides to him that he sus
pects himself of being a kleptomania .
and asks that Jack keep ? close eye on
Complications set In thick end fast.
With two kleptomaniacs and two real
whoo lu? rc*urn* with cash to ret? ecu
his collateral both stick and moho;
I disappear-into Jack Doogan'4 pock
ut : This lead, to the uisit ot ? wages
losing the most
ly do our hats
ley have a dis
;ice styles to be
h strings; there
ith brims over
very smart and
. We shall as
for these pretty
t $5.98, $6.98,
you will ne
you buy hei
also buv wi
And here >
you may o
prices run f
; should like
et and tiny
tume. We 1
plain and s<
but all are i
are both uni,
ond of police, but b'eiorp the captain
zan road hil seirch-warraut, even
:hat vand?lica through Doogan's ni nv
SlefingerB into Mr. Carr's side pock
et! Even cocksure Dr. Willoughby
diaroE the general hysteria and finds
ilntatlf po3aeased of thc stock aecuri-'
.les but unable to replace thom with
out openly branding himself a thief.
Thc return of the detective adda a ,
:ouch of drama to the evening. WiUt
an automobile liberally filled with
novable Valuable? of all'kinda ready
Tor departure, Jack drawn his gun
iud under Its cover makes bia, escape,
nirrying to the upper rooms of the
building with faithful Nell at hts
lieela. B clleving him to have jumped
through on open window, the police
scatter out-of-doors abd a second
later Dr. Willoughby stopa Jack and
Mell In a hallway at the point Ot his
revolvor. This Jack deftly wrenches
[rom tho dector'u hand and again has
tho company at his mercy. But Nell
longs for peace and the good-will of
ber erstwhile employers and so pre
vails upon Jack to throw away his
gun. Then follow explanations and
forgiveness. Jack shows his marrlago
License and the minister ends an ey
citlng evening with a triple wedding.
At the Anderson Wednesday.
When cross, feverish and sick
give ''California Syrup of
V Children love this "fruK laxative."
and nothing else cleanses the tender
stomach, liver and bowels so nicely.
A child simply will not stop playing
to empty the bowels and tho result is,
they becomo tightly clogged with
waste,, liver gets sluggish, stomach
Boura, then your Httio 'ono becomes
cross, half-sick, feverish, don't eat.
sleep or uct naturally, breath is bad,
system full of cold, has sore throat,
stomach-ache or diarrhea. Listen.
Mother! K:*o if tongue ia coated, then
give a teaspoonful ot "California Sy
rup of Figs," and in a few hours all
ibo constipated waste,- sour hilo awi
undigested food passes out of the sys
tem, and you have a well, playful
Militant* of mothers give "Califor
nia Syrup rt Pig*" .because it is per
fectly harmless; children love it, and
lt never falls to act on the stomach,
liver aud bowels, -
Ask your druggist for a 50-cent lot
tie of "California Syrup of Figs,"
wbU..-. has full directions for babies,
children of all ages' and for grown
ups plainly printed on the bottle. Be
ware of counterfclta sold here. Get
th? gemino, made toy "California Fig
Syrup Company." W-ifuee any other
kind with contempt.
LEY mmu tW
plenty of time to buy the stylish si
ed if you come at once to the Hi
ks and styles aie at their very best
bte. Prices have been placed unusi
e you not only get the best that can
'ish Easter G
rocks will divide favor with the mo
ou have an opportunity to exploit
that the 19 15 spring styles permit.
5 with flaring skirts; with shirred
or contrasting sleeves; and last of ;
iders. In silks such as taffeta, fail
btain a very handsome gown as Io
such as serve, gaberdine or nove
is low as s 10.9.8. Among the nove
r suit-dress which for general utility
sses will be much worn both at ch
. and you will be delighted when y<
have the new
t shapes in
?se and other
les. Some are
n the very
lue and hand
y low for so
You will fin
bags, bead i
gifts. Let t
make a sel
MBS. W. A. BUDGEN8, Editor
. Mrs. J. ,Irving Brownlee Is spend
ing today with friends in Due West.
Mrs. Lawrenco Orr of California,
ls thc guest of Mrs. Marshall Orr in
Mr. and Mrs. Marahnll Jones ?nd
Mrs. Ernest Leverett of Iva were- here
this week on their way to Atlanta.
MT3. ty. A.. Hudson of Waxhaw.
N. C.; ls the guost of her daughter.
Mrs. R.B. King, at Hotel Chlquola.
FOB CLEMSON BOYS
j The young men of Clemson Collego
were entertained nt a delightful
dance last evening by Mr. C. H.
Bleich and Mr. T. C. Carrington, in
the largo ball in tho. Anderson thea
tre. The Anderson Orchestra furnish
ed the splendid music, and the whole
affair was thoroughly charming and
informal and fully enjoyed by tho
young men who are such welcome
visitors to Anderson this week.
Delightful Spend the Day Party.
Mrs. R.B. Burriss entertained at a
pleasant and very delightful dinner
party yesterday gt her attractive
home on North MfcDuffle street in hon-;
or of Mrs. B. 8. Hawkins and Mrs.
H. M. Burrlss.lt was just aa old
fashion sptnd the day party, thor
oughly delightful and informal. Each
guest came with ?''?ir knitting and
the time was hurlly and busily
spent The gracious nosteis served an
elegant course dinner, ara waa ably
assisted in her duties as hostess by
I.Mrs. I. M. Sullivan. Mrs. Ban Allen,
and Mrs. E. P. Vandlver. The other
guests for the day vere Mrs. Carrie.
Watson, Mrs. Alice O'Neal, Mrs.
Henrg Oienn, Mrs. Lawrence Olenn,
I Mrs. William Burriss, Mrs. Theo
Rurr*-;s. Mr?.' LY. F\ Ouerry, Mrs.
j John Eskew.
Miss Cunningham Belter.
The many friends of Miss Anna!
F.03B Cunningham, who has been quite
sick for several. weeks, will be de
lighted to hear that she ls much bet
ter and able to sit up a Uttl0 each
?;iy. Her friends hope that she trill
soon bo out again. .
Mr?. R. E. Lee. and Mias louise'
Lee of Clemson College aro thc ;
guests of Mis? Vina Patrick for the
* Wildflower*' Today.
Tho young ladies of the Palmetto
Chapter will have charge of the Para
? mount theatre today and "-111 act as
iueh?rs. Marguerite. Clarke In thc
beautiful Ut! lo play, '"^-Idflower" will
Urac'.inn. am. several lim?
thoatrtt parties have beau planned for
jit, gown or hat
)use of Quality.
. Qualities are
lally low. When
be had, but you
re tailored suits,
the dainty rut
We shalt show
hip yokes; with
all with the pop
lie or messaline,
w as $15, while
Ity weaves the
hies will be seen
' will be hard to
urch and on the
iu see our selee
tice of making
id many help
)ns in our va
?S that make
is help you to
tho afternoon and ?vening. Margue -
rito Clarke always draws a largs
crowd and the young ladies expect u
'.Mrs. O. D. Anderson was the hos
tess for the Dixie Chapter yesterday
afternoon at her handsome homo on
Calhoun' street. Besides a good at
tendance of members'there wer o also
quite u number of visitors aud thc .
afternoon was a particularly pleasant
one. Jonquils were used In quuutitlee
overywhero making the parlor.1 bright
and attractif e. The election of dolo
gatas to tits district convention ut
Easley was the most important bus
iness for tho afternoon. Mrs. J. E.
Barton was elected, and Mrs. .Carrie
Patrick also goes as s Wate ?"taer.
The program for the afternoon was a
ivery fluo paper by the Historian,
Mrs. J. R. Anderoon. The cnaptor ia
studying South Carolina histor/ and
Mrs. Anderson's subject r as "chris
tian Priver and Chris- .-..her Gads
den. " Mrs. J. E. barton read a
splendid paper on "Fort Moultrie."
There were two very pretty songs on
program, one by Mrs. T. L. Cely, and
tbe other by Mrs. Jaj. Craig, also
an attractive instrumental duet by
Mi*s. A. M. Sharpe and Miss Alber
ta Farmer. After the program WSB
concluded the gracious hostess in
vited her guests Into the prettily de
corated dtmiing where a delightful
salad course was daintily served sad
on'* d s very pleasant afternoon.
T ?r3. Lou Osborne, cf Spartanburg,
visiting relatives herc.
NOT AN ISOLATED CASE
Many Similar Cas*s In Andmon nu
This Anderson man's ?tory given
nero fa not au isolsted case by any
merna; week after week, year after
year, our "blghbors are telling simi
lar good news.
r W. H. Smith, farmer.. 540 E. Orr
St.. Anderson, soys: "I W?B . air'
frantic with pains across the small
of my back.. When I waa picking cot -
ton, a sharp pain would often catch
me in the small Of my back and* I
would hav? to brace myself ip order
to straighten up again. Thc kidney
secretions passed .too freely and they
wore scanty and bumed in passage.
The secretions were highly colored,
too and looked like brick dutt. I- hkd.
suffered for a couple of months when
I r- rid of Donn's Kidney Pills and
some at E\>ns* Pharmacy. Th? ?rn
faw doses relieved me. and na? hos
fixed me up In fine shape."
Price. r.Oe, at all dealers, pon'l
simply ask for a kidney . remedy-get
Dean's Kidney Pills-th?, santo ?nat
Mr. Smith had. Featcr-Mllburu
Props* Buffalo, N, Vi