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Won!* HAT? Some
Other Play Give?.
It is understood that an effort Is be
ing made br the entertainment com
mittee of the (.bamber of commerce to
have the Redpath Chautauqua syndi
cate, who; will conduct ? chautauqua
here In May, to have the Shakes
pearian play ''Merchant of Venice,"
given during chautauqua week instead
of the celebrated and powerful drama
"The Servant in the House," which
' lias been scheduled for that occasion.
It is understood that the committee
has received requests from several
persons to have the change made.
It ls true that when the matter was
put to ?popular vote some time ago, a
majority of ballots were cast for the
Shakespearian play. What the objec
tion Ia to tho great play "The Servaut
on the House," in which Tyrone Pow
er starred gome years ago, could not
Felton Returns .
County Superintendent of Education
J B. Felton returned yesterday at
noon from Florence where he attended
the annual meeting of the State Teach
ers Association, which was in session
Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Su
perintendent of City Schools, E. C.
Mccanes; Supervisor ot Rural Schools
! Misa Maggie Carlington ; city school
teachers, Misses Cleo Bailey and An
nie Erskine,, and Miss Julia Gaillard,
of Hammond school, who also attend
cd the meeting, are expected to return
to Anderson today. Mr. Felton will
write his impressions of the con
terence tor The Intelligencer's "edu
cational page," which makes its next
appearance on Tuesday..
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No Meeting ef Road
The meeting of the highway com
mission which was scheduled to be
held yesterday In this city did not ma
terialize, owing to the unavoidable ab
sence of several members of the board.
B R lt N?FN -liP
DO IT BETTER.
DO IT QUICKER.
DO IT CHEAPER.
Paint on-your h?rne is more
necessary than Fire Insurance.)
Fires occur but seldom, but the
weather is working day and night.
Guest Paint !
' Guest Sells the Bese- ;
i W i fr i i
Use a (
FE RT I
In making our 8-2 1-2
t.26, the 2.96 of ammonia fe r
lime base ls valuable in making
able. Authorities think our n
w?ih clay subsoil have enough
least one good crop without an
this potash which ls locked hr
Iable, must have* something to
that bettef than anything else,
which runs 8,63-2.96-^1.26
will be found Invaluable this y
ash in the soil and making it a
potash is sp scarce and high.
The ammonia in this goods
cotton seed meal, ^.tankage an
there is nothing better than tl
When you get this, you get the
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kat? ol JUdgfioo - .
Tra?a For ..Frise?."
The chamber ot commerce la In re
ceipt of a communication from the
Charleston Ad Club announcing the
(perfecting of plana for operating a
'South Carolina" train to Sea Fran
sisco for the Panama-Pacific Ebcpoal
ion. The train will leave Charleston
inly 16 and so via S par tan burg, Knox
ville, Cincinnati. Indianapolis, Chica
re, Omaha. Kansas City, Denver and
Salt Lalee City. Returning the trip can
made either by Beatie, Spokane,
Paul. Chicago, etc., or by Los
?Angeles, the Grand Canyon of the
dorado, etc. Ail Ad Clubs of the
Estates are invited to send represen
latives on this train. The trip caa be
nado to include the 11th annual con
wention of the Associated Ad Clubs of
IVmeric? at Chicago. The railroad
lcket for this trip will cost about
Those interested locally in the
?natter should confer with the chum
per of commerce secretary or Presi
dent Harry Oelsberg of the Ad Club.
(Anderson Likely to
Oct Orphan Hesse
A communication received at the
bamber ot commerce from the Rev,
Kam T. Creech states that be is far
nrably considering Anderson as the lo
cation for the "pay orphanage sad
burch home" which he ia seeking to
stablish. The writer abates that he
trill have no trouble in getting tba
ishop of the Upper South Carolina
cmterence to appoint him president
>r manager of the institution, and that
hile this will give the institution thc
Sanction of the church it will not take
way Its interdenominational aspect.
Mr. Creech says that he has narrowed
?own the list'ot competing cities tot
ho borne to Florence and Anderson
nd that his preferences are for An
erson- He will go to Florene.* shortly
hold a final conference in regard
the matter and then will come
r Attended Dinner.
I The annual dinner of Palmetto
Khapter. U. D. C.', to the Confederate
Veterans of Anderson county, which
Bs always served on the anniversary
mt the birth ?f Wade Hampton, Was
ftlven yesterday, as the birthday ot vue
Bhieftlan falls on Sunday/today. A
?tali-hundred veterans Were in attend
ance. Gen. M. L. Bonhara presided
Bt the dinner in his usual graceful and
?harming manner. After the address
Bf welcome by tho president of thw .
Bnspter, Miss Eubank Taylor, address- '
Bs were made by Col. Joe N. Brown,
?brjvR. F. Diwer. iMr. John Simpson,
Bf 'Pendleton. Rev. L. T. Campbell
?nd Coi. Stribling, ot Pendleto?. The
Babies were attractively decorated for ?
Bhe accaston. A committee of yoong j
Badtes served at the dinner.
Kaltee1: to The ?~
ftemmer School. >!h jlMi.
A letter has beep, received at the ?
?bamber of commerce from President '
>. B. Johnson of ..-Winthrop College
Bnvtted this institution to send repre
?entatives to the summer school, to
BSe held in June, tor that t>ortlon to be
le voted to a study cf rural problems.
Chis part of the conference will start
?about June 24. Those interested in-the
?natter should confer with the secre
Bary bf the chamber of commerce.
? At tao Window.
I Police were, called to the residence;
?bf Dr. J. O. W?hlte, North Malu
?street, Friday oignt about 0:40 o'clock,
r'hen a person, thought to be a ne
sro, appeared at a dining room win
low. The person saw that h? waa de
ected and hurried away without mat?
lng an attempt to enter the house.,
rho oflicora were unable to gain any;
?blue as ?p wh^:^!^^*?^j^r^p^
? j. R. Iones wSb ?dr th? past t*o
-ears or more haa been connected with
he local branch Of the iJf? intoraucft
.? ?A 'J- - ~- "rMr*i,\ .? i"
which runs S.63-*--2.96
ide with a lime 'base: ? This
the potash in the soil avail
lands and our gray lands
potash in them to make at
potion In the fertilizer, but
soil must be m*de avail
touch it off" an<f lime does
so this 8--2 1-2-1 of ours,
. being built on a. Ame base
ear in freeing the ?atent jifit
vaiiable as planMood, when
ts derived from fob, blood,
sulphate of ammonia and
its used in making fertilizer,
best fertilizer made.
Reports indicate that
early beddings have rot
ted badly. Demand will
be heavy. We will en
deavor to fill promptly
after April 8tH all orders
when accompanied by
the cash"-$2.50 per
Set your ground ready-we w?l
not disappoint JrMU *
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company of Virginia has been pro
noted to the. position of assistant su
?eclntendent. with "jeadqueriers In
Greenville. He will eh?rtly inove to
Greenville with his, family.
*B?V? Staff Tmeagnt
The Tfinr WM Oter.
Rushing almost breathlessly out of
the hotel yesterday, "Bob" King, pro
prietor of the Chiquols, hailed a re
porter with the announcement that be
lad a corking" good story-a clean
'scoop"-tor him, declaring in ?us
incitement "The war has ended, peace
Iud been declared, business has corn?
Into 1U own again." And while the
xforesaid gentleman wriggled ont a
iure enough snake dance on the: paver
ment the reporter reached for his
lulu and* ieveral naas of large size
payer td take down the dope. When
saked tor evidence of the veracity of
kia story. Mr. King gleefully an
nounced that a man had lust flashed
in him g |30 Till. When the reporter
jame back at him with aa tssertion
ihat a real, Uve man, several moons
Igo, flashed a $100 bill on his office,
fod the war had not ended, the genial
?el proprietor gnashed hie teeth in
Waa Better Yesterday.
Friends./* Mr. Q. Cullen Sullivan,
who bas been quite Ul since last
murnda*. Will be pleased to leant
nat -yesterday h? took a turtr for th?
??Uer. Since fte was t?ken m with
t rather severe attack ef la grippe
Mr. Sullivan ha? t *d high fever. This
(ubslded yestet^V and kif condition
sra? pronounced greatly improved.
iVhUe he has been advised to not at
;otept t< discoarg? any of bualccss
luttes during lils indisposition, Mr.
Sullivan ls able to see friends.
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M Min et
Daring t?c encampment of Clemson
?dot* ta Anthon 450 pairs of cadet ,
ihoea Yrrre shined at '.he ?tore of1
Oelsberg Broa. Seo? company. Sev
^ral days ?rlor to encampment week,
lissMj.-Oelsberg had it announced at
fletasen College that during lae visit
>f cadets a* Ar derton they, could have
keir shoes autoed fret et charge at
keir store. TH? cadets did not fall ;
o laka advantage of these nestling
nerchhntsv genpydsity? ss ls evidenc
A by the numbat of pairs of shoe?
ihlned during their stay here,
The sacred; cantata. "The Cruci
ljqWa,'* whWtfWss rendered miry
light at Orac* church by a lar** and
ipeeJMly trained cho?r, wi? be re
^eatod monday night at a:3? o'clock
kt St. John's 2*Khdd1st church. Col
?etkSas that eVfaihg will be ?mated
leeetsl Cart Fer
Tbs Piedmont and Northern Balk
plans tn ope?te two 12-sectlon.
itssl pullman c&f? .between raitr*'
tonnt of tke rn**** lng of the American
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Cot toa Manufacturers Association,
whl?h will be held there April 18-14.
The train will leave Spartauburg ou
April 12 and will go through to Mem
phis without change. Connection from
Anderson will be made at Belton for
thia train. Hates, scheduled ?nd other
data with reference to the matter will
be found in an. advertisement In The
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Prea?aeai las ara?e*
Maa Visiting Herc.
<Mr. Donald Clark-, of Detroit. M?n
erai Agent of the Mutual Benefit Lite
Association In the (Hate of Michigan,
la the guest of. Mr. Ml. M. Mattison.
general agent ot the same company In
South Carolina. Mr. Clark came here
from Florida, where he spent some
time. The Detroit agency Is one of the
model agencies of this great com
Wflkes W?e? ?T*
Sa Route Hese.
According to advices gome days ago
by his father. Wilkes Webb, an An
derson boy who bas made good in
Panama, waa to sall from the Isthmus
on March 25, to spend hts vacation in
Anderson. It is thought that Mr.
Webb will land at New Orleans. He
is Just but of the hospital, where he
waa- confined for some six weeks as
tho result of an operation. His scores
ot friends In Anderson will be de
lighted to greet him again.
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Mast Count Rural
MaO t Time* Yearly
Postofflcea throughout the county
will hereafter be required to keep a
count of every piece of rural delivery
mall handled during some certain
month, the count to be made three
times a year. All rural mall handled
at the local office during April will
he -counted and a report sent to the
department at Washington. Hereto
fore the counting ot the mall has been
done at irregular interval*. 8ometime3
once a year, once every six months,
etc. From April 1 to lt? a record will
also be kept of all parcel post matter
handled. The department, lt li un
derstood, desires this tnforaiutlon for
use in regulating the pay of rural
Harrow on Market.
' The chamber of commerce la in re
ceipt of a letter from E. T. Wit Idas,
of Gaffney, and a model O?' a flexible
harrow which he has perfected ard for
which patents are now pending. The
letter explains the working of the
harrow and asks if anyone can be
found in Anderson'who ls willing to
become interested tn a proposition to
finance the manufacturing marketing'
ot the harrow. It ls probable that the
agricultural committee of the cham
ber of commerc? will invite Mr.- Wil
kins to come to Anderson and give a
demonstration of?ttie working of his
harrow and consult local mannufac
turers with reference to the matter
Of marketing the contrivance.
: Meei? ea Moaeey.
. :The amusement committee ot the
chamber ot commerce will meet Mon
day'afternoon at 5 o'clock- to receive
a report on the encampment of the
Clemson College cadet corps here last s
week ead take up other matters of im
porum*- o !
Annual Meeting el <
Sentkern Secretarte?. ?
The annual meeting of the South
ern Commercial Secretaries Associa- a
lion will be held in Montgomery, Al?., t
May 19-22. The eeSBlahs will be held r
in the Gay-Teague Hotel. It ls likely v
that the Anderson Chamber of Com- c
merce will be represented ut this c
I? Struck With n
? Sew Theatre Mere. b
It will be of general interest to ti
know tbat-J. H. McMillan. Jr.. mayor t
cf Edenton. N, C., who recently tour
ed ?to Carolinas and Georgia to in- ?
spect theatre buildjlngs and gather
data Cor tho erection of a municipal
playhouse in that town, was In Ander- 0
sou several days ago and that he has* j
written the Anderson Development ti
company that he thought the theatre Q
here was the best allround, and the f,
handsomest structure of the kind he i,
had seen in the taree States. His city c
recently veted bonds for the erection a
ot a theatre md he asks it lt wilt be h
possible for a representative ot the 0
Anderson Development company to v
meet with the city council or Eden- ?
ton and give them information with c
reference to the Anderson playhouse. ?
Hair**:tty Chaataaqaa .". i<
'JRy to Be Ballt, o
file chamber of commerce is in re- d
ceipt of a letter from Arthur A Grin- A
gie, editor of "The Platform," of 64 o
East Van Baree street, Chicago, in b
which the writer inquires if Andersen si
would be interested in a preposition tl
to build ?ere an "Univer\dty Chantan- a
qua City." A similar letter has been c
received from Fred High, - editor of
"The Chautauqua Magasine." 601 1
Stain way Hall Chicago. An "unlver
aUj chautauqua ' ?^ty" ts a place
where chautauqua artists and their 3
families make their headquarters and a
go in training, lt ts stated. The . mat- ?
ter will bj taken up by the amuse- e
ment committee of the chamber of e
Hm nj gwaSrs*^" a
To Be Seat Hat?. a
The chamber of commu?e U m re
ceipt of a letter from the S??theas- S
tem Life Insurance company, of
Greenville, stating that au order for
5.000 fly swatters has been, placed for n
the city of Anderson. Teed* swatters ii
ern to be ?sed in clean ap week, d
which is to be observed kare shortly. I
The swatters are being furnished by T
the Insurance company free of charge, d
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Permanent Lorella ' . F
fer ?Old sMetvaev n .?' ?
.lt. te likely "that the civfa commit- B
tee of the chamber of commo?ce wm
shortly take up the matter of finding, S
a permanent location tor "(Md tte-T
former," the brasa cabno? of Rerdlti-I
yon?rv vintage whfcih is the prl/erf IH
property of tb* locat orgau itat ta* . etr?i
nanghters of the R?volution. ?Hueelw
t te tittle cannon was removed from its * kl
y : it
Darbie perch la North Main street lt
ins been without a permanent abode.
H. A. Orr, mant?. .- of the'Ander
on branch Of the -Southern Public
Ittlltles company, expects tb leave for
rharlotte this afternoon where he goes
si confer with higher officials of the
ompany with reference to plans for
arrying out the company's portion ot
treet paving in this city. The corn
any desires to complete nil preliml
ary arrangements as early as posai
le so tile paving of the street car
racks can go forward at the same
tate as the pavlhg of the streets.
?yon VW Hare
Office in Greenville.
With reference to tbe appointment
I deputy marshals W Marshal C. J.
?von. of the U'. 8 court for the wes
Jrn district; who wi? have his headq
uarters th' Greenville, the following
rom the Abbeville Midlum wilt be ot
mal Interest: United States Marshal
. J. Lyon was sworn - in by Judge
mlth, In Charleston, ?.'. S?turday and
e resigned aS Sheri* of Abbeville
oiinty on Monday. He went to Oreen?
Hie on Tuesday to open np bis office.
re will have five deputies under him.
lawence Payne ot Anderson, will be
bief office deputy at a alary ot fly
DO a year and sd. far he har ?P-?r
jeted che other deputy. 3. I?. Adams
t GWenMle, who will be chief ?field
eputyata salary of lUoq. Mr.
Jams has been connected with the
Bice for a number Of years'linder his
rather. J. D. Adams, former mar
mal. There will bft three-other depn
es to be appointed by Marshal Lyon
nd he Has about w?e hundred applt-j
ants.' * j
M?s. Msry Suo Kirby, aged 83 years,
months cr/. 4 day?, died .Saturday
ftemoon al .??r Ii0th0? t39 MP in street.
Iqulnox Mills village, of paralysis.
ho had t-jen lit ope week. The fun
ral services will be held st the resl
ence at 2 o'clock nTtndar afternoon.
??ducted by the ftev. listrls M.
mlth. She is survived by three sons
ad one daughter.
. i ,g II
The eta?^it?'?analdatea^n the
?otor-cycle coulta for the week end
if March 2T> waa announced yester
sy morning ky Jack Mnnah^'tae
aggett A Myers tobacco company,
tie standing'of the first ten candl
tibs is aa tollows: 71. D. Cargill,
I. B. Blgne, R. R. Whitmtre. 3. C.
redrifclts, -Wi B: ^Uds^e?d^?e*fc
JIUC B. Shaw, ?. fi. Ward, W. p.
taros, 8. K. Higglnbott9m.
Th? SfnSt??n of Mr.. and Mrs.
rwhd^hiMs; who Hm near Orr/Obt
m Milbv dld? Priftay afternoon and
isl buried yesterday srttH^eoVrifi W
ess What it is
or better still
mday and see the Show
[traction which we have
for next week will come
pleasing everybody than
t that has ever been on
A. M. Pinkston, Mgr.
Advance In Price
vies For Monday
o Got Stung
car of good mules
that we want to
quick FOR CASH
Call around and see how far your dollar will go at ,
our stable. We keep a buyer on the market all the
time and if we don't happen to have the mule you
wa nt leave your order with us and we can guaran
tee to please you. Also have a lot of good cheap
mules- and horses, with little age, just the kind to
make cheap cotton. We handle high grade vehi
c?es, such as Moyer, Babcock, Tyso$ ^
Rock Kill, etc. Also Studebaker, Termes
Old Hickory wagons, none better. We nit
ture and repair harness and guarantee everything'
we sell 4:o be as represented. We want your busi
ness. Call around, we will be glad to show you
what we have to offer.