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This House of Good Shoes sends
forth a joyous Easter Greeting! The
New Footwear is all on display and
it is a spread of the best footwear
for men, women and children that ?
the country's best makers have pro- >
S . j'" , I
duced. every .fool should be well
dressed ?t Easter! The best dressed
feet you'll see on Easter Sunday
will be the feet in footwear bought
The One Price Shoe Store
We Sell for Cash Only.
Fish of \ kinda, Shrimp, Crab,
and other sr. i food at all times at
moderate prices. Phone us your
wants, and let us fill them. Prompt
FISH DRESSED FREE
C. F. POWER
Phone 117. Cor. McDuffie and Benson
C. W. Dean of Portman spent yc8
terday In the city.
.Dr. C. L. Guyton of Piercetown
was In the city , yesterday.
Knockec Out In Tenth Hound.
LONDON, March 29.-Frank Moran,
Pittsburgh heavyweight, knocked out
Bombadier Wells, English champion
In the tenth round here tonight The
match was for 20 rounds. Moran sent
right to Wells' jaw. Well tell flat
on his faco as if dead.
A Specific Again Cold?.
"If there ls such a thing as a spe
cific against colds, it is to be found in
the sleeping porch or tho open bed
room. Next to that comes the cold
sponge bath In the morning," says the
Youth's Companion. Be as careful as
you can you will occasionally take
cold and wnen you do you will find
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy a great
help in enabling you to get rid ot it
Allie Hammond ot WU Hams ton was
Jn the city yesterday.
L. S. Wilson of Williams ton ?was a
.visitor ip t**o city yesterday. **
E. Crow * and Oliver Milford of
Townvllle spent yesterday in the city.
Mrs. A. T. Pressley cf Septus w
in the city yesterday.
it is our business to beautify the home. Wc have
beautified hundreds of homes in Anderson and it will
pay you to consult us regarding your spring deco
rating. ., i.
In our showing of Wall Paper); every conceiv
able color, ton? and design are ^presented tn a
ran?e^of ptices to suit everybody.
We guarantee all our work and do it by appoint
ment, thus insuring promptness to the minute.
We shall consider it a persona? favor if you will
only call and inspect bur line of Wall Papers.
Guest Paint Co.
Phone No. 48.
? ELECTRIC Cm
? ilia? of Interest ?tad Personal
? Wirelaaa on the St?
Many In Iure? ted V
Ia Tri*r<> Trip.
That there may be enough people
going from Anderson to the Panama
Pacific Exposition, at San Fraucisco,
to have a car to themselves, ?B prot
able, If the number of inquiries made
at tho chamber of commerce since
data with reference to this trip ap
peared in* The Intelligencer is any in
dication. Secretary Wasley said yes
terday that-he was going to make in
quiries in Charleston, from which
point the "Carolina Train" is to start
in Joly for 'Frisco, if it would be
possible to havo an Anderson car at
tached to the train at Spartanburg.
Having Model of
Invention Hade Here. ?
Messrs King and Fox ol Atlanta are
having made at the plant of th? An
derson Machine & Foundnry company
a model of an invention which they
are interested. The invention is a
patented hub for a vehicle wheel.
With a hub of this kind there will be
no more need for having tires shrunk,
for this patent hub is ao constructed
thut by the operation ot a set screw
in it all expansion and contraction in
bugy tires can be taken care of by
pimply turning the screw either way.
The hub also makes lt possible for the
owner of a vehicle to put new spokes
into his wheel without having to take
if to a wheelwright. These gentlemen
?rill take their model to Hagerstown,
Md., where they hope to interest ' a
large vehicle,manufacturing plant in
C. FTaak Reed Goes
With a Big Firm.
C. Frank Reed, one Of the b?t ]
kpown and most popular young busi
ness men of the city, has accepted a
position as South Carolina represen
tative of E. A. Saunder ii Son a Company. J
of Richmond, who . market the cele
brated "Monogram" line of canned
goods. This ls one of tho biggest
firms in -the country and their pro
ducts are ot the best, and no line of I
goods is more favorably or moro j
widely known. Mr. Reed had been
traveling the State of Florida and
Georgia for the Patten, Sloan, O'Don
ohne company, coffee people, but re
signed this position in order that he
might be nearer home. In his new
position he will be able to "make!
home" every week. ' Mr. Reed's many |
friends throngrout tho State will be
interested in hearing of the change he
has made, and wish him the best of j
Death at Anderson
Mr. Andrew P. Welker, of 34 E
street, Anderson Mill Village, died at |
1 o'clock Sunday morning. The fun-1
eral services were held yesterday af
ternoon at 3 o'clock at Bethel church, I
after which Interment wes made at
Silver Brook cemetery. He was CG
years ot age. "
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Will Ileeeive His
Mr. William. Laughlin has forward
ed his bond to Washington a*hd will
probably receive his commission ss
'postmaster either today or tomorrow.
As soon as his commission ? is re
ceived the offal* s of the local post
office will be turned over to him by]
the incumbent, Mr. John R. Cochran.
By Br. E. M. Potent.
Dr. Edwin M. Poteat, president of
Forman University, spoke at the
men's mass meeting in the courthouse
j Sunday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock, his
I cubject being "Character in Business,"
Thc audience -was one of the largest,*<
that has attended a meeting of''this]
natura this season, and every man,
? present was delighted with the splen
1 did address. ' Sun liv morning and
again that evening Dr. .Poteat'preach
ed at the First Baptist* church. Both
j sermons were splendid and highly en
joyarle, and particularly the one de
livered Sunday nljht. In thia sermon
[ Dr. Poteat touched on the' European
war, showing that the downfall of
western * ctvillvation* was a result of
its destitution, that is. destitution of
Ood. The situation, he stated, was
parellel with the downfall of Baby
Parlor Car Service
On P. A M. Restored.
The parlor or chair car service on
the Piedmont A Northern Lines has
be<*s restored, the "Saluda" and the
"Catawba"-the names' of the splen
didly appointed cars-having been put
back on the run Sunday.. These cars
will be operated throughout Ute sum
mer. Last season '/tey proved to be
exceptionally popular and were used
a groat deal. The "Saluda" and "Ca
tawW are the names Of the two
cars and they are? as handsome. as
any railway cars - to be found any
where. Tho observation platform is
large and designed for a large dum
ber of passengers.
Second Cream . >
The chamber of commerce is In rt*
ceipt of a letter from the dalry divis
ion of Clemson College stating thst
tho cream route ' started out of An
derson several weeks ago has proved
so successful it ls practically assured
that a second route will bo started up
in rho near future. This second route
would probably extend from Anderson
toward Belton, gobra m the direction
of the home of Rolph Drake.
B. C Creamer Was
j,.. Better Yesterday.
Friends" ot Mr^ B.C. Creamer, a'well
known and progressive farmer of
Gentervllle. has betn 111 ot his he
lo the Prospect section for some I
with pneumonia. His friends throu,
out the county will be pleased
learn that h4 was muon hotter
terdsy, according to rt po rt*
F SPARKLETS .
_ K ?
I Mention Caught Over tho *
.els of Anderson *
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To Meet at 4 p. m.
The board of director? of the An
derson Development company v,. i
meet this afternoon at 4 o'clock at ifce
chamber of commerce. A number of
matters were scheduled to como be
fore the board for consideration.
Are HUH Off.
Receipts of cotton for the season
at the local platform, until last Sat
urday night, were 18.624 bales. The
receipts for tho corresponding period
of last year were 21,002 bale?. This
shows a difference in favor of last
season of 2,878 bales.
Bicycle Stoleu .
While services were in progress at
the Christian church Sunday night a
thief stole the bicycle of Manning
Black, son of the pastor of the church.
Rev. J. T. Black, which had been left
outside the building willie the Ind wa.;
attending services. Police were noti
fied of the matter and ure on the
lookout for the bicycle.
Begin Work, ok .
New Hewer Lian.
Excavation tor the new sewer line
which the city Is to construct for the
southeastern section of the city was
begun yesterday afternoon under the
direction of Street Overseer Gllmer.
The sacred cantata "The Crucifix
ion," which was given lust week at
Grace church, waa repeated last even
ing at St. John's Methodist church. A
large audience was out for the con
cert and enjoyed the splendid singing
of the large choir.
Proper Treatment For Biliousness.
For a long time Miss Lula Skelton,
Churchvllle, N. Y.. was bilious and
hod sick headache and dizzy spells.
Chamberlain's Tablets were the only
thing that gave her permanent relief.
NOT SEEKING UNION
Tho State. March 27th.
To tho Editor of The State:
Your reference to Anderson college
does not quite clear up the matter.
Anderson college'belongs to the Bap
tist church. Dr. Byrd certainly said
nothing that would indicate that they
desired union with'the Presbyterians.
GEO: AV BLACKBURN.
Columbia,1 March 26.
Dr. W. S.. Hutchinson of Se pt us
was a visitor in the city yesterday.
Asa Hall of Antrevllle wis in the
And Be Free Fran Her Troubles,
l?* Finds Better Way.
Columbia, Tenn.-"Many a time,*'
ttys Mrs. Jessie Sharp, of this place.
4Twished f would ole and be relieved
of my Buffering, from womanly troubles.
I could not get up, without pulling at
something to help me, and stayed in oed
most of the time. I could not do my
The least amount of work tired nie
; qpL^ Myhead would swim, and I would
?mblc for an hout or more. Finally. 1
look Cardui, the woman's tonic, and I
am not bothered with pains any more,
fend I don't have to go to bed. In fact,
flan sound and well ot ail my troubles/'
Cardui goes to sil the weak spots and
helps to make them strong. It acts with
nature-not against her. It is for the
tired, nervous, irritable women, who feel
as H everything were wrong, and need
something to quiet their nerves and
strengthen the worn-out system.
H yon are a woman, suffering from any
of the numerous symptoms of womanly
trouble, take Cardin, it win help you.
At all druggists.
Wrtttn: CnaaSAMga Matea* Co, Ladle*
Advtsory Ont- Caumnoog*, T?na.. for S/teiat
/met*-mt?nu on ?our nus and a I PH book. Hom?
Tr?aiK.?nt lor Wog?a" in Ualn wt?pp?r. K.P. 1 SS
THESE WAS A BET
I WOULD SELL IT.
lt were possible to sell as
good coal as Blue Gem
Block f or less I would do
IT CAN'T BE DONE.
B. M. Wyatt
the $5.00 Coal Mari. ]
Phone 182. . ?
Keep the Children
Bright and Happy
Happy youngster* must be
healthy. The digestive organs of
children get out ot order aa readily
as do those of their elders, and the
result is equally distressing. When
the bowels are clogged with an ucr
cumulation of refuse from the
stomach tho child naturally be
comes crosr, and fretful from tho
discomfort, ?md is often punished
for temper -when medical attention
is really what is needed.
The next tima your child ls cross
and unhappy, without apparent
reason, try giving it a mild laxative
Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Popsln is a
mild, pleasant tasting combination
of simple laxative herbs with pcp
stn, and ls especially recommended
for children because of ita freedom
from all opiate or narcotic drugs
and Its gentle acton. It IB sold in
drug stores everywhere. A free
trial bottle can be obtained by writ
ing to Dr. W. B. Caldwell." 462
Washington St.; Monticello, Ills. ?
Chas. R. Henderson, Noted So
ciologist, Died There Yes
CHARLESTON. March 29.-Dr.
Charles R. Henderson, professor of'
socialogy at the University of Chica
go and widely known for his work in
socialbgy, died here today after an
illness of several days. He was fiC
His death is said to have beon due
to a stroke of paralysis, sluperinduc
ed by over work as chairman of the
union of charities of Chicago, upoir
which fell thc burden of caring for
the unemployed last winter.
SIE CONAN DOYLE'S ST OH Y
"The House of Temperley* at Thc
8ir Arthur Conan Doyle's stor
I "The House of Temperley" will b
the attraction at the Paramount thea
tre today. This I3 known as England
greaten photoplay, and tho fact that
the author of Sherlock Holmes is th
author of this story is guarant
enough for the theatre-going public
Tho Now Globe bas this to ss
about the picture: ,
The attraction at the Strand Thea
tre in Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's "Tho
House of Temperley," which is a
dramatic version of his famous novel,
"I odncy Stone." The incidents ot
the story are closely adhered to,
and "ie quaint old-fashioned settings
are preserved ia every detail.
Aside from the beautiful examples
of photography, the production la
highly artistic, dignified^ vivid and
vigorous, and there S.i an absence of
exaggeration of action such as has
never before graced a moving pro
duction. The interest gains strength
as the play proceeds. It truly ls a
remarkable production, und one that
Lil lovers of the "silent art" should
not fall to see. It is such plays us
"The House of Temperley" which
will have a tendency to destroy any
conclusion that the moving picture is
simply a fad.
Victor Watson, critic for tho New
York American, writes: .
"Last night I witnessed the film
production. "The House of Temper
ley." The picture ls prefented by the
London Film Company of English ac
tors. The story la many respects 'ls
typical of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle,
and those of you who have admired
his novels will do well to see this
splendid silent drama. I have seen
pretty near all of the feature movies
that'have been showing around town,
but this in ita particular line hes no
peer." * . ?
' MASTERPIECE PBQHirrriOX
X Beal Feature Picture at **Tbe An
Today at The Anderson, Manager
Bleich bj offering the lovers of fea
ture pictures one of the bos*, produc
tions ever produced, thc picture being
a six reel Lubln masterpiece, "The
The story wag written by Eugene
Walters author of "Poid in Full,"
"The Easiest Way" and many other
The story of "The Wolf" ls well
knvwA to . everyone, the
scenes sro layed In canada in the
dense woods, the , acting ls superb,
the scenery unusually pretty and the
story ls one that will grip from ??tart
The cast of characters include
some of the most popular playhouse
this afternoon and tonight tb witness
this great production as ii deserves
the patronage of people who desire
CAPTIVE IX SIAM TUREE YEAHS
Missionary Return* Howe and Re
DENVER. Col., March 23,-rLost lp
tho Interior of Siam and held incom
municado from the ontsfde world for
three years, Justus Le Poy Bulkier,
56, a Baptist foreign missionary, re-,
turned to Denver a secret divorce
during his absence in the Orient.
Both wept, a reconciliation followed
and the pair were remarried.
The divorce decree was procured hy
Mrs. Balkley in Golden in December,
1913. on tho grounds of non-support.
Tho legal separation was known only
to a (sw close friends.
"It was all my fault." Mrs. Bulkley
tr id Marriage License Clerk Hall. "*
thought he had deserted me when I
failed lo hear from him, but ho could
net tre'o lt."
I Y. R. Richey ot Sandy Spring?
I spent yesterday in the city,
i j.e. Bolt ot Roberts wes a visitor
'loathe city yesterday.
tcrday is gone. Tomorrow docs not ex
ist. TODAY is the day of Opportunity.
This ls the coloumn of opportunities. Read
it. Use it-if you seek a broader opening
for yourself, if you seek men, if you wanlto buy or sell machinery? .
" ? '? . w n M i j i iii i VijiiMi
.Want Advertising Rates
Twenty-five word? or lee?, One Time 26 cente. Three Tunee BO conn.
Six Times $1.00.
Ail ed vertu ??men t over twenty-five word* prorate tor emoh additional
word. Rates on 1,000 words to be used in a month made on appll
No advertisement taken for ?ess than 26 cents, cash In cdvance.
It your name appears in the telephone directory you can telephone
?our want ad to 321 and a bill will he malled after Its Insertion for
prompt payment. ?
FOB SALK-Prolific Pop Corn, pure
white and extremely tender. Un
questionably one of our best forago
crops. Furman Smith, Seedsman,
FOR SALE-Single comb Black Ml
?.orca oggH for bnlchlng-$1.00 for
15. L. M. Murphy, care Murphy Coul
and Wood Co. Phono 72C. 3-26-Ut
I FOB BENT-Store recently occupied
by The ' Intelligencer Job Printing
Department If Interested in a fine
Rtand and good proposition, apply
to Tho Intelligencer. 3-13-tf
WANTED TO SELL-Sandy Springs,
Kural Water Works, supplies,
farms with water for stock and
home. No rams nnd no pumps.
Erected hy manufacturers. ( For
prices and information', apply ' to
Rochester & Smith, Sundy Springs,
3 17-1 mo.
FOR RENT-Three or four nice
rooms, modern conveniences, near
in and in good neighborhood. Apply
to W. D. Simpson at Hotel C lil<ino
la. Barber Shop.-3-28-Rt.
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WANTED-To correspond, confi
dentially, ' with anyone delirious ot
becoming permuaently cw "d .of the
morphine or whiskey 1 AL Tho
KESLEY INSTITUTE, COLUM
BIA, 8. C. Box 76.
WANTED-To purchase a good milk
cow, Jersey preferred. . Write Box
466, describing what you have to
sell, and quoting price. 3-30-2t
WANTED-A reliable representative
in every community to act as agent
for The Intelligencer. Liberal com
missions paid. Apply The Anderson
LOST-A bunch of keys at Col. Rob
erts' fox hunt Finder please return
to lt. W. Tribble and receive re
WANTED-The uri viler', to cure
tobacco users at home. $5.00 buys
the cure. Information If desired.
THE KEELEY INSTITUTE, CO
LUMBIA, 8. C., BOX 76.
i LOST-^Inatento pin in Ute shape of u
trowel, made of gold and white
enamel. It ls old and partially
worn, but highly valued as an heir
loom. Please', return to E. W. Tay
lor, 201 West Franklin street and
receive Uvera)! reward,. .
i-I--,-_-.... . ?
DR. J. E. WATSON
General Practice .
I Office la Ligon ft Ledbetter Building
North Main Street,
Office Phone 210.'
Residence Phone 386.
THE DRY STQVE WOOD we sell is
certainly giving the best of satis
faction. How do we know? By the
repeating orders from satisfied cus
tomers.- Stove wood cut. any
length. B, N. Wyatt. Phone 162.
DO YOI' eat to live, or live to eat?
Well, no matter which in either
case whenever you wish to ?snit
something good, and don't, care to
pay all you've got for it, come to
the "Little Oom" Cafe, No.. 128.. W.
Whitner St., J. E. Derrick, Propr.
BUCK-EYE BARBER SHOP-Hair
cut 15c, shave 10. Best service. Sat
isfaction guaranteed. C. A. McClain,
Mgr. . .
Women of Good
Never has any season opened with
such an array of new., snappy shapes
which fairly sparkle with style.
V'1?' .'? \i '?'>'' ' .
The woman who appreciates 'ho
note of refinement that comes with
being absolutely co?rect, will be
greatly Interested in Otis chowing ot
Many ot these cannot be seen else/
where, being exclusive with na.
Mrs. B\ Graves Boyd
Ewausive Agent for 'Trojaset
Corset? ead McCall Patterns.