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Wednesday, March 24th
- Presents -
The Funniest Story Ever Filmed
MARY RYAN and HARRY MESTAY?R
nted by the original. Broadway cast.
HliEF" is rounded on one of the
most successful stage plays in the history of
j Cohan & Harris
Pyemic of Laughs and Hilarity
Prices ONLY Sc and 10c
!. Special Music By Our Orchestra
I_Wt; Never Close For Supper_
Coming Friday and Saturday
From Rex Beach's Book
( (9 reels)
* TODAY'S PROGRAM
THE PEERLESS MAIDS
"TOO MANY PECKS"
Chock a block with. good, comedy,, and
MOVIES FOR MONDAY
?THE GRUDGE"-A 2 reel Broncho.
"THE CONSTABLE'S DAUGHTER"
Prices only 5c and 10c
\ COLE. L. BLEASE
I Columbia, S. C.
JNO. B. ADGER MULLALEY
( Anderson, S. C
OfUcc* ??l Vs. WhJluer St.,
Telephone AituVrs.in, S. C.
Admission only Sc and 10.
islotes of the
I 'resident IV. M. Riggs of Clemson i
? ?.Higo tani" ?luwii yesterday morning
and spent Hiv day. inspect tug Camp i
Higgs ami inquiring alter tii.- com
fort of the cadets, after whit li lie re- j
turned linnie ('resident Riggs stated I
that he would return to Anderson to
day, ami, in fact, would come down I
ivory <ia> during ibo encampment oil
iiii> i adels.
Upon arriving at the camp vealer '
I day, Prealdeni ifiggs mad" u close in- j
j apcclioii of ibo tents, visiting the
. cooking lents and other parts of the
; cutup. Ile lint ul red of all cadets he
mel how they ivere taring, and, wit ii
>iit exception, was told t/at the vis
1 ?tors were an comfortable as could be
. and thoroughly enjoying their ?tay in
; the city.
i ProHidcnt itii;^:: stated that ho was
' af Ural somewhat uneasy lest some of
1 the cadets might experience some dis*
' comfort on account of the chilly
weather. The camp, however, was
I found to tn ?tuite comfortable. The
i touts tir" of UM- best make and are
j well put up. mid as some six or more
j hoya occupy one l<-ni und luiv?' com*
I fortable betiding and plenty of cover
ing they ur? < xperienclng no hard'
i Both Presiden! liigg* ami Col ('um
i milis, cominundani of cutlets, are wll
j ling and anxious tb -do all in their
power lo make the encampment of the
Cadets not only a pleasure for the
! adels but for thc people of Ander
."? Toils ol' Beef.
. Neatly live tons .>( beet was slaught
. ri :! yesterday lor thc market ot W.
A. Power, ibis being one of lite larges!
I sinughterlngs for one day on record
i lb the city. While n portion of the
j bei f was for the kitchen of Camp
i Riggs, a goodly portion of lt was for
I the regular customers of Mr. Power.
! PALMETTO SHOW?
A REAL TREAT
i The ''Peerless Maids" Company
Holding the Boards This
Week a Humdinger ,
Judging from thc large crowds
which are greeting every performance
J? the "Peerless Maida" at the Pal
metto theatre this week, together with
tho rdund upon round of appia us .
which follows every "stunt" 'bf this
splendid tab show. Pinkston's show
nv ape has certainly made good his
The show yesterday was full of
good ' comedy, singing und dancing.
?nd the costumes aro clean and pret
ty. The girls are pretty and viva
cious. This show is doing the busi- .
ness this week, which reminds us of j
S story winch Mr. Pinkston tells on
him. elf. The. story goes that ons
night last week two travelling men
came In, hought tickets and nuked . If
Ito was Riving a .tah :?how for tc:: I
cents. k Pinkston replied "no," only an ?
imitation." The men walked on In the-j
theatre, saw the show, and as they j
came out "of the theatre, remarked t<>
Pink6ton: "When you made that re
mark to ur. about your show we
thought you were nutty, but now we
know thai you w'erc only telling us
the truth about your BIIOW, and right
hero we want to tell you that you arc
thc Hrst and only man who has ever
told us that hts show was rotten,
anil every time we come to Anderson,
wo are goltig to conic to your show."
Pinkston told them that he wished
they were going to he hore this week,
that this show was us good as the ono
ho had last week .was bum. Pinkston
suva he will tell anybody that asks
him about hist show the absoluto
truth. So. if In doubt ask Pinkston.
j CLEMSON COLLEG?
Walhalla Citizens Indignant at
Suggestion Made By The
I Walhalla. S. C.. March 23. 101".
' The Intelligencer. Anderson, S. C
! f notice vc. ir editorial squib under
. .nnt.'nn. "Why not take them in." tn
i roforence to Anderson lounty an.iex
! lng that portion of O-.-oneo and P?e?
ns counties in which lies Clemson
I haM.> wondered why, even and
now you bring up this question.
[Certainly vou would uko t-? havo?
. 'tenison. No doubt but that you would :
'ie tickled almost to deatn to h..ve
Oconee and P'okens in their 'entire-1
This desire for A ? haime aevmn to ;
? xis*, only in, your own Imagination, j
? lt is not coming from tho college..
Twelve head pf i afilo? were slain in
tbia batch, and thc avi rage- weight ?'
each head was KIO pounds. Mr. lt.
L. Itouda, the expert butcher for Mr.
Power, stated yesterday thal he bad
cul more meat and made more eau
BUl?e on Tuesday ihuii un any ot tier
one day in his life, and he has been
in Hi?- meat business something like
l-' years, ,
WlmleMile Shoe Shining.
When I^K) Oeirherg, bf Oelsberg
Uros, Shoe Cu., had aunounci mentrt
made at Clemson College several days j
ugo that during tin* encampment of
the cadet corps in Anderson the boys
could get their ?hoes shined free at
Iiis place, that the cadets would take
this place hy Storm or that they would i
come in such numbers as would i
cuuse him to have to keep open shop |
fer ii good portion ol the night.
Mut such hut? been his experience, I
?jud especially on .Monday afternoon
and evoning. The cadets reached.An* ,
derson ai 4 ::'.0 o'clock and in uhout an
hour and a half many of them were
down town. Their shoes haying he
.nine dusty on the hike from Clemson
Collen?- to Bandy springs, where they
entrained, and tup cadets' shoes were
i :diy in n< ed. ot shining.
Scores of thom sought oui Qulsborg
Bios, place by the time they arrived
oil the Ri|uurc. Messrs. Oelsberg hail
prepared for their coming. Until late
in lue night the shine boys ut thia
popular store were kept busy shining
In thal short time, however. Mr.
Geisbi Tfx was more than paid for his
trouble, for u half dozen or moro
cadets purchased' shoes ntl Monday
evening, The boy:- appear to have tho
coin and are not hackward about
turning it loose, and business houses
of Anderson are reaping a golden
harvest, as it were, on account of the
cadets being here.
The bonds of union, sympathy und j
mutual helpfulness existing between ?
?li,, two portions of Oconee ca at y are
stronger today than ever before. (Jive
Up the home of Calhoun. CU liiaon and
Clemson College! Thia la titter nen
?ense. Whut do you thinly ol' the citi
:enj of Oconee anyway? Wo are al*
ways glad to have thc good people of
Anderson county to rom?? into Oconee !
ccu.'ity und visit the greatest nsaetl|
tl'ut Oconee has. Clemson College, hut'
when you talk about taking it away
from us. wo will put *>n our fighting
clothes and "wh'p you to a iraz/.l?." j I
Neighbor, If you ?-.re i., a bad way '
and need help, wa uro willing to help
you, but we arc sJmply just, not going l|
to give you t 'le:;..-.. 1 hqcausQ we
have, we need and.ar?. going to keep
Clemson for onra^ivea. v (
.IAS. M. MOSS.
William C McClure of the Kair
I'lay scctlo? ?pont yesterday In tho
c'.ty. . ' '.*:?:(
Purhian nurriss of Conteryille ?pent
yesterday in the eily.
C. A. Celrdlng and F. J. Davld
jon, jewelry drummers of New York
illy, werri in the city yesterday call
ing on local dealers."
\V. K. Cullum of Helton was a visi
tor in tho city yesterday.
S. W, Cartee of Hopewell was a
visitor in thc city.yesterday.
Sage and Sulphur
Darkens Gray Hair
It's Grandmother's Recipe to. ';i
Restore Color, Gloss li
and Tickness m
' _ ' tr
Hair that loses its color and lustre,
or when it fudes. turns gray, dull und : ni
lifeless, ls caused bv a lack of sui- !01
phur in the huir. Our grandmother , lu
made up a mixture ot Sage Tea and j T
Sulphur to keep her locks dark nnd ' 0
beautiful, and thouaends of women ? w
and mon who value that. ev. n color, 1 Br
that beautiful dark shade of h?lr I r<
which la so attractive, use only this . M
old-time recipe. Ui
Nowadays wo get this famous mix- : ?3
turo by ask inn at anv drue; ?tore for | in
a KO cent bottle of "Wyeth's Sape aird j al
Sulphur Compound." which darkens ; st
tho hair BO naturally, so even Iv, that , tl
nobody can possibly tell it has been gj
applied, Ilesldes, it takes off dand-, in
ruff, stops scalp itching and falling ! ic
hair. You just damped a sponge or . e:
soft brush with lt and draw this j Ix
through your hair, taking one small m
strand at a time. By morning the!
Kray hair disappears: but what dc-loi
lights the ladles with Wyeth's Sage ' 11
and Sulphur is that, besides beauti- tl
ful*./ darkening the hair after a few ?ly
applications, lt n?nr? bringa baok thc d<
gior. : and lustre ann gives it an ap- ' Si
pesrapco ?? abundance.
JL JL JsV Hi.Ai
?ER1TE CLARKE, Marj
Now, before EasU
our stock is
For )ouug mon who war
wo suggest a careful sind
l'ngllsh models. Snug for
?arron straight rut (rouse*
fulrl) hroutho tho hrciitli ol
A Splendid Show
Society Brand Cb
Fur the more conservati'
style, hut does nul a ant t<
wo offer an almost nulluni
modelt, varying from u ino
strjlpe ?ergo to the most a
tho newest fabrics.
Hut only by inspection c
Of Unusual Meril
Second Day of
? "MM I'S I- OF V .1
TOltAY A ti Ah ,\
CAMP RIGGS, March 23.-After thc
ornlng mauoeuvers and tent pitch- i
ig exercises were over, wo were i
<aln permitted to resume our dc- :
ghtful acquaintanceship with "My i
own"-the more we see ot lt, thc i
ore we think that lt waa always in- i
nded to be ours. i
Tho dally round of duties at camp i
ny bo little known to many outsid- i
.s and a brief description may per- ?
ips not bc out of order at this time. 1
ho' most dreaded time ot day is about I
ie time "peep-o-day, when tho weary
?iithiel, (resembling a RuBslan Cos
ick lu swaddling overcoats and j
mes) plods wearily and dreamily ;
ong his frozen path and is brought
ick to stern realities with a start i
UM sharp blast of a bugle resound- ?
ig? through thc still crisp morning i
lr. Then lt is that some cadets .of
mm what lengthy dimensions : pull 1
?c'r cold toes from the midst of the i
unracks at the foot of their pallets
i the tent and let forth a sorrow
ig groan. Each one knows from <
(perlcncc how much cold air hia
Mts can hold at this time in the
Then follows ten minutes of vigor
iis pushing and hurling tho rifles i
round at arm's length until all
louerhts ot dreamland have complete- i
- vanished, and in place there io
r\ cloning a great capacity for
bo. ly's grub and hot coffee.
Then comes grim drill 90. when <
f ? f . . ' .. .1. 1...
'Pickford's only rival,
ower" is possibly the mo:
aster Suit and
ure of your "C
rr is the time to consider
ready to serve you most
it IM cry bit <if style that** gobur
y of nur wonderful display of
m lifting coats, without padding,
p?, und athletic vests - fabric s that
London, so English arr (hey.
ing of These Suits at
eat $15 to $25
ss Bros. & Co. Clothes
re dresser-the mun who "wants
> appear Nbc least bit un ordinary,
ed eoileetlon ?.if very desirable
[Ulled Kn gi ish ri cul ii n in a needle
( hld lc of A morir?n models, in all
nu you realize tho scope of ?ur
t Are Our Suits at"$15
om $10 to $25
KE R & B
z One Price Clothu
wc thrash vfycdn and cotton stalks in r.
nearby fields imitating the Kaiser's c
contortion acts-manoeuvers. After
four hours pf drill as skirmishers j
and punching sharp jabs of tho bayo- (
or trip to the pie counter and-"the f
movies. When all dates fail and . hope (
of seeing a fair maid fades, there aro j
the two great standbys-lunch and
thc movies. After tho fleeting joy
ous evculng has passed" wo must rc-'
turu for "retreat"-when'the Ting la c
furled while ?he cadet band plays our c
national song' "Thc Star Spangled t
Banner." Then follows another at
tack on Shorty's rations followed by
another trip to the etty, to return by
ll O'clock-except on more fortun
ate occasions such as dates, dances, I
engagement (?>, visiting near and
dear friends, etc.
To cloue our joys for thts particular I
[lay. there was given a most enjoyable j
dance in the hall over the Anderson
theatre by Manager C. H. Bleich ot
the Anderson theatre. The hall was
crowded to its capacity and many at
tractive young ladles were present? to
lend great charm. to the festivities, i
Music of the most delightful sort was
furnished by the orchestra of thc (
theatre. We anticipate another great
pleasure in the second dance to bo
given Thursday night.
The program for Thursday concern
ing dur military affairs has been
tao ved up for tomorrow. At 4:301
o'clock a street parade will be given;
st popular picture that has
a new Suit-and
md at 8 o'clock thc cadet band will
-ive a concert on thc plaza. limned
ately following thoro will be given a
.eceptlo'n to the corps of cadets by
he lollies of Anderson.
Relative to our march, certain im
lortant detalla and an error -mould
ic noted. .We left Clemson College
it 12:30 p, m. and arrived at Sandy
springs at 3:30 p. m., halting for u
en minute rest but three times on
he way. Inspired by this good rec
ird. Capt. Duckett, assistant com
muniant, led his Unwearying bunch
it about .30 cadets onward on foot at '
i' brisk rate from Sandy Springs to
amp until his gigantic proportions
?egan to tell cn him and some of ibo
.adeta forged ahead and arrived be
ere him. Prom latest reports his*
tondltlon ls improved and he appears
eading cadets, among whom \was
LS debonair and hearty ss ever. The
lumbered one so dubbed "Count do
Runt," nrrived footsore And weary
it f>:30 p. m. Monday afternoon-just
me hour after tho main portion of
ho corps arrived on train.
. Flab of all hinds. Shrimp, ; Crab,
md other sea food at all times at
noderate, prlc?s. Phone us your
vants, and let us fill them. Prompt
FISH DRESSED FREE
C F, POWER
.... .. ? _ .
"*bone 117. Cpr. McDurtle and Benson
i ever been produced.