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I 'l " "No, Ma'm!
V ? we DO NOT Y '* j
\ ? . / * r . ;
. \ manicure the
Chicken's nailfc" /
"But w(e are very particular as "to the kind of
poultry we buy; then, we keep them in a very clean
poultry yard for ten days or more, feeding them
good, cletm and wholesome food-giving them
plenty of fresh, running water at all times, thus in
suring ounpatrons of the VERY BEST poultry that
can be had."
"That is tlie reason that some wag has started the
report around town that we manicure the chicken's
nails, powder ?heir faces, curl their pin feathers, etc.,
but we do not'4? any of these foolish things, but we
are very particular about the poultry we buy and
sell; in fact it is a sort of a hobby of ours to give our
customers the BEST ONLY of EVERYTHING."
"Flour? Yes; ma'm. We have just received a
car load of the famous "PAUL JONES" Flour ; in
fact Mr. Pr?vost has secured the exclusive agency
for this flour for Anderson. It te undoubtedly the
purest, cleanest and best flour on the market. It
costs just a little more than the every day fun ot
flour sold over the. counter, b-u-t-it's worth it.
Every grain of the wheat from which this Paul Jones
Flour is made is selected stock-every grain is first
washed--thoroughly dried, and then ground into
flour by the most approved methods, in one df the
most sanitary flour nulls in the world, hence the
product is bound to be the best flour that skill and'
painstaking care can produce. A great many OT
the largest hospitals of the country are IIQ$& using
this flour exclusively for their patients."
"Forty-eight pound sack for a trial .order^ Al
right, thank you; I'm sure you'll like it.'*?' -
"ls that all, .today? Thank you, ma'm, call again
Being out of the High Rent District, we are able
to save you coiiside rabie money on your Groceries,
Poultry, Provisions, Chicken^ Feed, etc. And
with our Quick Delivery systeni^-"we are there
with the goods" when you need IJhem.
"Our delivery wagons pass your door
South Side Grocery Company
5 Salesmen 4 Deliveries 2 Phones, 74 and 98
$25 To Be Given Au'^y
To stimulate interest and to acquaint more An
derson county farmers with the splendid variety ot
seeds handled by us, we will give away $25 m Cash
Prise? for the best Melon, Contaloupe, etc., goewn
from seed bought of us this Spring. The prizes to be
awarded September 15th, as follows:
$10.00 for Heaviest Watermelon*
$3.00 for 2d H eaviest Watermelon.
$2,00 for 3d F aviest Watermelon.
$3,00 for the Largest Cantaloupe.
$2.00 for the Largest Pod Sweet
$3.00 for the Largest Tomato.
$1.00 for the Largest Cucumber.
$1.00 for the Largest'iStalk of Okra.
There will be no slings io this proposition, and
the only condition is that you buy tie seed from us
and state at time of purchase that you intend to en
ter contest. ' fcring y6*ar rftize production to our
store anytime before September 15th and it will be
weighed, or measured, as the case may be, and a
recprd kept of it. On September 1 Sth weights, etc.,
will be compared and the winners will be announced
in The Intelligencer, together with teeir method af
cultivation, if they care to give their neighbor* the
benefit of it,
For ?ny further particular* snojxire at store
Phone 4i>4 Anderson, S, C.
AT GRACE EPISCOPAL
CHURCH BY LARGE SPE
CIALLY TRAINED CHOIR
Rehearsals Have Been Under
Way for About Three Months
for This Occasion
! The sacred cantuta, "The Cruci
fixion," will be rendered nt (?race
church tonight at 8:30. This beautiful
cantata is being sung in many of thc
> large city churches ?luring' this ~ea
son and the people of Anderson have
for the first tune an opportunity of
I hearing' thia music. For about three
mtnths the rector of Grace church
has been directing the rehearsals of
UOB music, and those who attend will
^barry away with them a new apprc
j (yallon of the value of sacred music.
As will be seen from the program
I which follows thc words of thc can- !
tata give the storr of the Crucifixion
from the watch In Gethsemane to the
death cn Calvary.
The cantala is divided into twenty
musical numbers and are as follows:
1.--Gethsemane: "Sit ye here, while
I pray."-Mr. Rice.
-.-Tho Axony: "Could ye not
watch with Me."-Mr. Trihblu and
Recitative: Chris?, led before tho
High Priest and Pilate.-M?BS Smith.
Messrs. Fitzgerald, Gibboney, Rice,
Trlbblc. Mrs. McDonald,
3. -Processional to Calvary: "Fling
wide the gates for the Saviour waits.
-Chorus with Miss Stranathan hs
4. -Recitative: "When they were
come to the place called Calvary."
?.-Hymn: "Thc myst-ry of the
Divine HumlllUon.-Choir and cou
r -Recitative: "He made Himself
cf no reputation."---Mr. Trlhble.
7 -The Majesty of UH Divine Hu
miliation: . "King ever glorious."
8. -Recitative: "A? Moses lifted up
the. serpent in the wilderness."-Mr.
9. -Kuaret: "God so loved the
world."-Miss Stranathan. Mrs.
Green, Messrs. Rice and Gibboney.
10. -Hymn-Litany of the Passion:
"Holy Jesus, by Thy Passion,"-Choir
and congregation. *
11. -Recitative: "Father, forgive
them."-Mr. Rice and '?horus.
12. -Duet: "So Thou lirtest Thy di
vine petition."-Mi?5 Stranathan and
Mr. Tribble. s
13. -^Hymu: "The Myitery of the
interslon.-Choir and congregation.
14. -Recitative: "Words from the
Cross.-Miss Smith, Messrs. Gib
boney and Tribble. and dionis. <*
15. -Hymn: "The Adoration of the
Crucified."-Choir and congregation.
16. -Recitative: "Darkness over all
the land."-Mr?. Frank. Mr. Fitz
gerald arnd cl.?..US.
l?.-?-Tleeltat?ve: "Is it nothing to
you, all ye that pass by."-Mr. Trlb
, W&.-The Appeal of tho Crucified:
iCFrom the Throne of His Cross. "~
19. - Recitative: "It li finished."
Mts. Green and chorus.
20. -Hymn: "All for Jesus."
Choir and congregation.
j Leaflets giving the full text of the
Crucifixion will be furnished the con
gregation which will enable them to
follow the music and jc'n in the sing
ing of the cantata hymns. A silver of
fering for missions in South Carolina
will be received at the door. A cordial
invitation ls extended to the public.
WILL BE HELD TONIGHT AT
8 O'CLOCK AT BUILDING
ON EARLE STREET
! Of the Association Work Will Be
Taken Up and Probably De
rided Upon at Meeting
An exceptionally important call
meeting ot the board of directors of
the Young Men's Christean Associa
tion is scheduled for this evening st 8
[o'clock at,the Y. M. C. A. quarters
on West Filarlo street.. All member? of
the board are Mrged to ne present
promptly on thnlhour set for the meet
A number of'important matters arc
to come bero/ff the board, it is under
stood, and among them will be that ot
eon tin ulna- tho V. M .C. A. Work
here. Juat what disposition will be
uutde of the Question? remain? tn be
A infecting of the bo? *d was called
several weeks ago to consider the
malters which will Ve taken up to
^ntgnt. but owlnx to absence from thc
cv of various members of the board
'thSmeeting had to bo postponed. A
second time a date for the meeting
was set and again the conference had
to be called off. It ls understood that
lie meeting will not be post pored
ita. as all tb? directors havs given
trances that they will be here to*
;ht ami will attend the meeline.
Wsasit fqfiil 9
NO STOMACH PAIN
IN FIVE MINUTES
'Tape'? D??pepsin" is the only
real stomach regulator
"Really does" put bad stumm lis in
order-really does overcome indiges
tion, dyspepsia, gas. heartburn and
sourness lu five minutes-that-just
that-makes . Pape'? Diapepsiu thc
largest selling stomach regulator in
the world. If what you eat ferments
into stubborn lumps, you belch gas
and erucatate sour, undigested food'
and acid; head is dizzy and aches;
breath foul; tongue coated; your in
sides filled with bile and indigestible
waste, remember the moment "Pope's
Dlapepsln" comes In contact with the
I stomach all such distress vanishes.
I It's truly astonishing-almost marve
< lons, and the loy ls its harmfulness.
A large flfty-oent case of Pape's Dla
pepsin will give you a hundred dol
lars' worth of satisfaction or your
druggist hands you your money back.
It's worth lt's weight In gold to men
and women who can't get their stom
achs regulated. It belongs In your
home-should always be kept handy
in case of a sick, sour, upset stomach
during the day or at night. It's the
quickest, surest and most harmless
stomach regulator in tho* world
"YOUNG ROMANCE" i
Synopsis and Cast in Which Edith
Taliaferro Makes Her Photo
Lou.Florence Dagmar j
Telegraph Operator.Violet Drew
Landlady.Mrs. Lewis McCord
Mrs. Jenkins.Miss Kellar I
Miss Jenkins.Miss Abril
Girl at Cigar Counter.Miss White1
House Detective.Fred Wilson
Bell Boy.Marshall Mackay
SUBB Jenkins.Harry de Vere
Young Jenkins.Parke Junes
Nellie Nolan', thc heroine of this
very unusual story, presldeh over the
notion In a department store. ? ut.
nevertheless, romance ourishes in her
soul, and she devotes all her spare
moments to reading novels in which
"high society" and foreign nobility
figure prominently. One day. in a lit
of June madner-i, she determines to
spend the enUre $100 she has saved
by living like a "res' ladv" for the
one glorlouo week of her vacation.
By Judicious buying at second-hand
stores she accumulates a suitable
wardrobe, and betakes herself to a
fashionable Maine Seaside resort
where she poses as a Fifth Avenue
In the Hame bus department store
there works one Tom Clancy, who.
likewise, is of a romantic turn of
mind and wob. lured on by dreams of
adventure and fortune, goes for hts
vacatlop to the same town and under
much the same false colors. Tom
works In the hardware department
downstairs, wherefore it happens that
be and Nellie have never met.
The .rich young woman impersonat
ed by Nellie receives a large inheri
tance during tho one eventful week,
and this fact, recorded In all the
newspapers, causes' a fortune-hunting
count to induce her to visit a deserted
island. She finds uersMf kidnapped,
and Is obliged by the <;ount tb sign
a check for $10.000.
How Tom learns of Neille's tstress
on the barren Island, how he rescues
her, and how the two young people
fall In love constitute the main suc
ceeding events of the story. They
separate, both being ashamed to con
fess their decelpts. but, thc very first
day they return to the store Tom is
transferred. to a counter right op
posite Neille's counter-and so the
course of true love runs to a happy
cor. cl us ion.
DO IT NOW
Take advaitage of the pleasant
weather and have your decorat
ing done now-wo have tho pa
per in stock and can deliver thc
goods on a moment's notice
no watting and no disappoint
You will find some exception
I ally nice papers for
A double roll
others a little more-but what
ever tlc price yon will find lt
tight-Just as low br a little blt
tess th'm you would pay any
GUEST PAINT CO.
'(Guest SeUs the Best"
THIS AFTERNOON IS CLOS
ING EVENT OF CADET
Shortly After Breakfast This
Leaves After Game
Today will seo the departure from
Anderson of the cadets and olllcers
of Clemson college who have been
the city's most welcome guests since
last Monday afternoon.
This being the last day of the en
campment, the usual morning man
euvers will bo dispensed with and
shortly after breakfast the cadets
will break camp and get their bag
gage and other belongings in readi
ness to place on the special train that
will convey them back tn Clemson
college late this afternoon.
After the cadets have attended lo
these dutlej they will bc at liberty un
til after the baseball game at Buena
Vista park thin afternoon between
teams representing Clemson and Fur
man university. The hour at which
the csdets will depart from Anderson
hinges on the time the game is over.
As thc game is to be ? called at 3
o'clock, lt is likely that the cadets will
get away by ."> o'clock. *
I As lhere will he no maneuvers this
'morning und no parade or drills this
afternoon, the baseball game holds
principal place on today's program.
Clenuou and Furthah are o?d rival.?
on tho diamond and it ls probable that
this afternoon will sec a hard fought
It ls a foregone conclusiou that
there will bc a large attendance at
the game. The TOD or more Clemson
student ? alone will make one of the
greatest crowds that hus ever appear
ed at a baseball game in Anderson.
The Furniun nine will arrive in t'he
city some time this morning. Iloth
institutions have strong friends in
Anderson, and "rooting" for both sides
will be In evidence, though lt is plain
ly seen that with TOO or moro cadets
at .the game the majority of the root
ing will be for thc purple and gold
rather than for lite purple and white.
"California Syrup of Figs" can't
harm tender stomach
I A laxative today saves a sick child
? tomorrow. Children simply will not
take the timo from play to empty
their bowels, which beoome clogged
up with waste, liver gets sluggish;
. stomach sour. ,
Look at the tongue, mother. If
'coated, or your child ls listless, cross,
feverish, breath bad, restless, doesn't
eat heartily, full of cold or has sore
throat or any other children's ailment,
give a teaspoonful of "California Sy
rup of Figs," then dont worry, be
cause it is perfectly harmless, and in
a few hours all this constipation
poison, sour bile and fermenting
waste will gently move out of the
bowels, and you have a well, playful
child again. A thorough "inside
cleansing" is oftimes all that is nec
essary. It should bo the first treat
ment given in any sickness.
Beware of counterfeit fig syrups.
Ask your druggist for a 50-eent bat
tle of "California Syrup ot Figs."
which has full drectlons for babies,
children of ali ages and for grown
ups plainly printed on the bottle.
Look carefully ?hd see that it s made
.by the "California Fig Syrup Com
?? This is t
for yourself, if you seek men, if yo
Twenty-five words or ISM, Ons T
Bis Times $1.00.
?ll advertisement over twenty-f?v
word. Rates on 1,000 words to
No advertisement taken (cr i?ss
If your nama appears to tho tels
your ?rant sd to SSI and a bill will
WANTED TO SELL-Sandy Springs.
Rural Water Works, supplies
farms with water for nt.??k and
home. No rains and no pumps,
greeted by manufacturers. For
prices sod information, aoply to
Rochester & Smith. Sandy springs,
WANTED-Regular customers for
pure sweet milk. Two deliveries
daily. Phone 4805. Denham O'Neal.
WANTED-To correspond, confi
dentially, with anyone deslrlous of
becoming permanently cured of thc
morphine or whiskey habit. The
KEELEY INSTITUTE, COLUM
BIA, S. C. Box 75.
WANTED-A reliable repr?sentative
In overy community to act as agent
for Tile Intelligencer. Llboral com-'
missions paid. Apply The Anderson
WANTED-The privilege to. curs
tobacco users at home. $5.00 buys
the cure. Information if desired.
THE KEELEY INSTITUTE, CO
LUMBIA, 8. C.. Box 76.
FOB RENT-Store recently occupleo
by The Intelligencer Job 'PrinUng
Department If interested in a fine
Htand and good proposition, apply
to Tho Intelligencer. 3-13-tf
LOST- A bundle contamina merchan
dise and u hock on North Ander
son car about 3 o'clock Thursday
afternoon. Finder please return to
. Camp Riggs add receive reward.
UBS. W. A. BUDGEN8, Editor?
Mis? Msry Welborn of Willum on
Is vtsitlag Miss Lois Dell Ramsay on
Miss Ssra Smith o? Hasler ls the
guest ot Miss Ruth Watkins.
Mrs. James Tribble bas gone to At
lanta for a visit.
Mrs. L. F. Querry who has been
spending tho winter vlth her daugh
ter, Mrs. 'M. C. Dickson left yester
day for her home In Columbia.
Mrs. Cummings of Clemson is tho
guest of Mrs. Rufus Bur ri ss.
Miss Anne Porcher , of Clemson is
the guest of Mrs. W. W. Smoak.
Mission Study Class.
Tho Mission Study Class of St.
John's Methodist church will meet
this afternoon at 4 o'clock, with Mrs.
W. C. Broyl'jB, on Webb street.
The Lander Club will meet thia af
ternoon at halt past four with Mrs.
J. W. Trammel I on Evana street. Tho
members are urged to be present.
A beautiful little luncheon for wed
nesday morning was given by Mrs.
O. L. Martin, at her handsome home
on Greenville stieA. Her honor
guests were three of Anderson's
-charming and prominent women who
moved away V North Carolina and
became "Tar Heels" by sdoptlon.
One, Mrs. William Overman, bas come
heme again and ls once more one of
Anderson's most loved and admired
women. It ls to Ue sincerely hoped
that ?he other two. Mrs. H. !.. Adatna
and Mrs. J. D. Maxwell will also come
back some time to make Anderson
their homo agata. Mrs. Martin s
luncheon was a pretty courtesy to
those three ladles, and a delightfully
charming occasion, fully, enjoyed by
each one. An elegant six course
menu was dalntly serve/ wad - Mrs.
Martin proved herself as usual a most
charming and gracious hostess.
Woman Spy ls Shot.
UNBVILE. Franc?. March 25.-Mar
garet Schmidt, the French woman
sentenced to death a* a spy by a
vourtmartlal, wsa, shot yesterday, af*
ter the troopa of the garrison; \asd
been drawn up to witness the execu
tion At her trial abe admitted that
she had acctpted $40 from tlje Gey
rortn* to go to th* Freno|^qM^HH
s gone. Tomorrow does not ex
)DAY is the day of Opportunity,
he coloumn of opportunities. Read
it-if you seek a broader opening
u want to buy or sell machinery.
Un? 26 etat?, Three Times SO cents.
e words prorate for each additional
be -need tn a month mads on appli
than SS centi, cash tn advance.
phone directory yon can telephone
bs malled after tts Insertion for
FOR SALK-Prolific Pop Com. puro
wliito and extremely tender. Uu
qucf 'lonably one of our best forage
crops. Purman Smith. Sccdun?au.
FOR ?ALE-Single comb Black Mi
norca eggs for hatching-11.00 for
15. L. M. Murphy, caro Murphy Coal
and Wood Co. Phone 726. 3-26-Gt
THF mtv STOVE WOOD wc sell is
certainty giving thc best or satin
fart lon. How do wc know? By tho
repeating orders from satisfied cus
tomers. Stove wood cu? auy
length. B. N. Wyatt. Phono 182.
YOL' CAN SAVE money ly having
your bicycle, motorcycle. keva,
locks or go-carls repaired by Gates
& Smith, Phone 193, 130 West
Whitner street L
WHEN* the inner man calls for some
thing to eat-come to the ''Little
aetn" Cafe, No. 128 W. Whitner
street, where you will find what
you want and &t the right price. J.
E. Derrick, Propr.
BECKI: YE BARBER 8hW-Hair
I cut, 15c, shave 10. Best ser rice. Sat
ieiacUon guaranteed. C. A. McClain,
DAY OLD CHICKS--12 1-2, 15c. Reds.
Plymouth Rocks and ordinary
chicks. 10O oft every Monday. Safe
delivery guaranteed. Phone 847, or
write Boom-6. 119 1-2 N. Main. SI.
DR. J. E. WATSON
Office In Ligon St Lcdbctter Building.
North 'Alain Street.
Office Phone 210.
Residence Pfcpne 386.
CITY TO BUILD NJ1W BARN
Plans for the new barn are now
ready and my one who wishes to bid
on same can get a set of thespians
from the city clerk. Bida will be open
ed Tuesday, March 30th,, .6 p. m. at
the mayor's office
J. E. WARTON,
Faners! of Mrs. Jackson,
CHARLOTTE, March ?5.-The fun
eral of Mrs. Mary Anna .Jackson, wife
of General Thomas Jonathan Jack
son, was held today and the body sent
to Lexington, Va., for burial, accom
panied by Confederate Veterans,
Daughters of tho Confederacy, and
representaUves ot local militia com
Positive Proof That
the People Appreciate
Good Coal at War
Time Prices .
Before we began selling coal lo
Anderson, the pri?e;,was $6.00 e.
ton. We made the price ?5.00, and
we have sold between THIRTEEN
HUNDRED and .FOURTEEN HUN
DRED TONS since November.
We advertised our coatl at the
SS.OO price, and then' gave, the peo
ple the best coal for.'. jaw -least
money; and they have] sh?wn the*.'
appreciation by their;,liberal pat
ronage, so we take this means ot
thanking our roany friends and pa
trons .or their patronage.
W.' are still doing business at
the same old stand, and at the
same old price, with the same good
old Blue Oem Block Coal, ead we
wilt appreciate a continuance of
your valued orders.
N. B. WYATT
^.ie Uve Ddiar Coal Man"
? ll? IIMMIWI III 11111111. IT . ' 1" , .'I