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THE KING OF CHANCE . ?
Cleo Ridgeley and Wm. H. West
DON'T MISS THIS PRODUCTION, ITS GREAT
Admission 5c and loc. Matinee 2:3n
EVELYN NESBIT THAW AND SON, WM. RUSSELL THAW
in "The Thread? of Destiny."
TOP DRESS YOUR GRAIN
9- 6- O
Eugene Snipes, who made* 27 1-2 bushels <>f wheat to the
acre last year has top dressed his wheat with our 9-o-o and
says he prefers it to Soda.
W. H. (Henry) Glenn says it us not too late to ?ipply it
you see the ammonia in this (>-c>-0 is largely derived from
Apply it now and you will bc astonished at the outcome of
your grain. ?
9' 6 0 i? $30.00 per ton; November payment.
and Oil Company
Anderson, S. C.*
Nineteenth Annual Convention
AMERICAN COTTON MANUFACTURES
Memphis, Tenn., April 13-14, 1915.
Ticket? on sale April 10, ll and 12, limited to return April 24, 1015
PIEDMONT & NORTHERN RAILWAY
(Seaboard Air Line and N. C. & St. L.)
Special Pullman Train will leave Spartanburg on April 12th, through
to Memphis Without Change.
FB?M *. Itnt'M) Till!' F A UK
Leave Spartanbonr \_ . gxIS A. M.$2?M
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For reservations and Pullman rates, write
C. S. ALLEN, T. M.,
Greenville, S. C.
Visit The Great Exposition
San Francisco? Cal. 1915.
Premier Carrier of the South
Greatly-reduced round trip tickets will-be sold by. all ticket
agents at principal points to l os Angeles, San .Diego, San
Francisco, Portland, and Seattle'. Tickets oh sale March 1st,
to November 30th.
If you desire a quick ?nd comfortable trip on trains .consist
ing of Pullman cars, tourist steeper, dining cars an.1, all steel
coaches then see that your ticket reads via the Southern Ra??
'\,way.? ;.. .', . ; ;". :-' ^ ;?
Why pay tourist agenta for escorting you around. You can
purchase a round trip ticket daily from Anderson, S. C.. to San
?cisco, which includes lower birth in tourist car from Sen
eca for only $87.20. Proportionately low rates from other
For complete information, tickets and beautiful literature
call on ikkct agents, or write.
?/< R. T%ber, T. P. A, W. E. McGee, A G. P. A.
Greenville, S. C. Columbia, S< C.
WILL MEET Wini LOCAL
BUSINESS MEN ON THURS
Dr. Duvel of the Department of
Agriculture Will Discuss Plans
for Marketing of Grain Crop
Dr J. \V. T. Duvel. ni flu; de
partment of agriculture. Washington,
< nc thc greatust authorities in t'.i*
country un tho preparation of grain
for marketing, will bo in Ano -son
Thursday night, lu company with
Prof. \v. W. Long of Clem ion College,
will be in Anderdon Thursday foi
thc purpus* of meeting m -mbers el
tin1 chamber ot" commerce that after
noun and discussing with them plans
for marketing grain.
A telegram received yesterday bj
thc chamber of commerce from Prot.
Long says: "Dr. Duvel, ono of tho
greatest authorities in the country on
the preparation of gra'n for market
ing will tonie willi ino to Anderson
Thursday night from Greenwood.
Would like '.<? meet member j of th
chamber of commerce that aftev'nbbri
to discuss piafas for marketing grain
Your business men cannot afford
aol ID take advantage of this oppor
tunity of hearing '.?ne who has rte
C'.uiplished sb much for the grain
dealers in thc west "
The exact hour ut Which Prof.
Long and Dr. Duvel will appear at
Ibo chamber of commerce will bc.an
nounced later, and the business men
generally o? Ihn city nre urged to
como out anil meet tills authority on
the subject of marketing grain.
In au article in Inst Sunday's Issue
of The Intelligencer a letter from
Prof. Ix>ng to tho commercial or
ganizations of the State calling theil
attention to the necessity for a move
ment to bring about batter intra'
Hate rates on grain in thia State was
printed. In thia letter Prot. Loni
spoke of tho qotning tv. Soutli Caro
lina of Cr. Duvel.
The letter from Prof. Long willi
reference to both the necessity for
lower intra-state grain rates and M ie
coming of Dr. Duvel is reo'dnted be
low for thp benefit of those who did
not read-it In n recent issue of this
paper. The letter is as follows:
"I um mending you a copy of th<
report of thc railroad ' officials made
to thc honorable railroad commission
to changea in thc freight rates for
inter-statf? shipment.;. These rates
ire very favorable' and make it pos
tlhjc for in to handle successfully
tho shipments of grain out of thc
"It IR very necessary, however, tba'
wo ha MT favorable intra-statc rates
in order that we may build up our i
local markets. To that end I am cn-I
closing a copy of a petition that you
san make any changes in that vou
nay se* flt, which you will pleato
liave signed be a - many ' prominent
uuslness meu as possible and send to
the commission at au early dato. \v.
zan reasonably expect that thc rail
road commission will reduce the In
tra-state rates as I. am told by ex
perts that *hc yare out of all reaeon.
"I would like to know what ar
rangement you can make to bandi
-rain in your town if we are success
tut in securing favorable intra-atatr
rates. This lt a matter that your
body should take up and work out at
i very early date.
"I have the promise of Dr. J. W.
1*. Duvel. of the department of agri
culture at Washington, who is an ex
pert on milling' an dtbe handling of
?raln for market, to visit this Stat".
I can say of my own personal knowl
edge that Dr. DuVel hos an interna
tional reputation ulong this partic
ular line and wc ano fortunate In be
ing able to" have him come to South
.'ardina. It la my purpose to havo
liim meet thc business men who un
interested in thi3 proposition of es
tablishing local markets."
Featuring Cleo Ridgeley and Wm.
Weat at "The Andereon"
John Holllday. a t melter-William
^rj- . ^niday, his, wife-Jane
?Mee. Uueir( ^tighter-rico Hedge
Tom. her brother-William Brun
ton. . . .
Jack Sands, m:> tgambIer--Dougias
Jud Bennett, the Sheriff- Paul C.
Despite hi-, father's warnings, Tom
Holllday continues tn his intemper
ate babita. Kio Baker, a girl or the
dance halla, ensnares, tba good for
nothing. Jack Sands, a gambler, en*
dea vors to save th* boy because of
the love be boars for Mae, Tom's
sister. Tom. however, stubbornly
persist ain following . the downward
Flo lovss Sands, and learning, th?
gambler loves Aiao,. resolves to pun
hh him through Tom. Sands en
deavors to *erure the content of'Mr.
and Mrs. Holllday to m*rry .Mae. but
is abruptly ordered off 'the randi.
Due io Flo** urgings. Tom rifle* his
rather's cash-box and turn? th? mon
ey over to the dance hail girl. .Mae
ig of Gram\
and her fat bor discover tho theft.
Pilled with fury. Mr. Ilclllday order?
lils son from home. Mao inform i her
aweethean of thp turn of events, bo
seeching tiim to break Flo's influence
:?V? r Toni.
Baads preparo? lo show Tom thai
he has been a moro dope for Kio. Ile
drops a note where the boy is sure
to flnd.it. When Tom reads the mls
dvc. he learnH that Sarnia ls to meet
the daine. Itali Kiri at her home thal
afternoon at four. Kio effusively
?reeta th? gambler when the lattor
ippoars nt the ln.>ur named. A short
Jistancc down tin- Direct. Tom and
Mae observe Sands enter the woman's
Mae. broken-hearted. returns
home. Toni is filled willi a jealous
rage and determines to ?ettie matters
with Sands. The gambler acknowl
edge! to the good-ior nothing that
Flo is hi? sweetheart! hoping thereby
to eure the boy of his infatuation.
Tom. however, sta'tie i the gambler
by declaring that .Mae had seen him
enter the house. Sands hastens after
Mae, only to be refused a chance to
Flo. blaming Sands' audden depar
ture upon Tom, driv?s him from her
pretence. Mue finally learns the
itate <.f affair?. She promises to wed
S.uid:i uron the condition thai he
gives up gambling. The mai an
nounces that tu* is through with gani
ling fore vor.
After their marriage. Sands and
Mae purchase a ranch. Tom drift-,
lower down the seale. Mae, .without
her husband's knowledge, supplies
the wretch with money. Sands c'i .
covers hlB wife blinding Toni a bill.
Tlc snatches tho money and ( flers the
boy a Job. Toni refuses the position.
Sands gives him money, but warns
him never to return. Tho boy. at the
end of hia resources, holds up a stag?
coach. SI crlff Bennet! goes in pur
s' '.t of the robber, who takes refuge
I Sands' home. Sands is inclined to
r -ender him, but heeding Mac's
pi j, consents to saVe him. The
po.- e besiege the building. A bullet
strikes Toni, wounding him. When
the sheriff cntorB the building. Sands j
offers to gamble with him tor th?
boy. Bennett's cupidity causes him
to consent. Tho cards arc cut. Sands
uttera a cry of exultation-he has
won. Approaching Tom. he places his
Land- aron the boy's shoulder, but
Tom has gone to facc lil? Maker.
THF. IIOM> ISSUE is
SNOWED I.NDKR DEEP
(CONTINUKD WtOM Kft?iB ONE.J
commissioners of election, it ia pre
sumed they will hold a meeting and
tabuiate the returns and certify the
result of the "lection.
Vote by Precinct?.
The vote by pref>incts on the bond
election was as follows;
Precinct - p , Yes No
Anderson ..... .S4 90
Anderson Mills ... ... ...- --
Belton. ... 9 125
Belton Mills ,.. Hr. ... 0 ?6
Brogon Mills .... '.. 2 ll
(TaytonviUe ... 2. 0 69
Cedar Grove ....... I 84
Campbells Store ,3 . 2 ai
Cedar Wreath ....... ... - -
Cenfervllle... - -
Concretee.. 3 75
Five Forks.Jj. 2 yi
Flat Hock .; .- 50
Fiendshlp . .- -
Gluck Milla ... <?j - 32
(.rove School ... -.- -
Holland's Store '.. ... 2 32
Honea Path .. : .10 129
Hopewell Springs 3.- - '
Iva .E_ . 3 ' 76
Long Branch.- 2'
Mllfords '. ... - -
Moffettsville ... J. 6 lu
Mount Tabor ... I. 2 46
Neal's Creek ... Iii ... - r>S
Orr Mills 71
Pelzer >'o. 4 ... X.. .,. ?
Pendleton . 5
Piedmont ... .U
Smith's Mills 2 55
Sandy Springs .......... 1 00
Starr ... .- i>0
Three and Twenty . -- til
Touey Creek ... *. 1 31
Townville. 3 43
Tugaloo Academy. 1 42
W-?Tht's Store . . ..- 155
W ii'ileld Church .-- G3
Wuliamston. S 82
Wllliam?ton Mill. 3 . 37
White Plains . .". - ' -
Wllllford'a 8torc. 2 65
Walker-McElmoyle ? ,.. .. - _ 67
How Aa Anderson Citizen frenad
Freedom From Kidney Trouble*.
If yen'Su Sir from ?e-ikscbf
From urinary disorders
Any curable disease of the kidneys,
j V?e a tested kidney remedy.
Ooan's Kidney Pjflls have been teat
ed by thousands.
Anderson people' testify.
Cati you ask more convincing proof
Mrs. K. C. Hodges. 1120 S. Main ?i.
'.Anderson, saya: 'f; bsd a severe palu
in the small or my back with other
.kidney ailments; -tt was only with
great difficulty that I could do my
housework. My kidneys acted too
freely and I ?i?d bad dizzy apella.
1 ftoan's Kidney Pill*, that I got at Orr,
Gray & Co.'s Drugstore, relieved me
aa soon aa 1 took int-? and two bornes
cured me. I um toaay In tine.health.
j Price Me. at all dealer.-?. Don1!
simply ask for a kidney remedy,-get
Bonn's Kidney iMlis-the same that
Mrs. Hodges had.. k'oster-Mllbnrn
Co., Props.. Buffs!*, N. V,
AD MEN WILL MEEI
ON THURSDAY NIGHT
IN REGULAR MEETING AT
QUARTERS OF CHAMBER
THE PRO GlR A M
Calls for Discussion of a Number
of Interesting Matters.
Indications ure that the . meering
Thursday night of the Anderson Ad
Club will prove <.ru> of the most en
loyable that this organisation has
held since it was reorganized and
made a department of chamber of
The meeting will be held at 8
"?'clock in the quarters of the cham
ber of commerce. As usual, light re
freshments will be served. An nu,
usually interesting program has been
prepared for the r. cession, doubtless
the attendance will be large at the
Tlie program to be carried out
reads aa follows;
"Who Payj for the Advertising,"
Eugene Brown of tho Anderson Cash
"Putting the Hunch In Heal Estate
Advertising." John Linley.
"The Mailorder Habit." O. H.
"Window Dressing"," John .Madden
of the Ti L. Cely company.
'.Store Service." Hugh Dixon of
"The Benefits of an Up to Date
Theatre." Lea- Gcisberg of Oelsberg
Bros. Shoe Company.
"Salesmanship Over the Counter,"
Local bus.ness men who have join
ed ti?e club to date are as follows:
W. L. HriBsey, Jno. W. Linley;
Porter A. Whaley, D. O. Evans. C.
H. Bleich. A. M. Pinkston, Archie
Todd, Walter C. Fant,-Glenn H. Las
siter, C. H. Dahn, Allie G.. Garton.
Nathan Fleishman, A. W. Dodson,
H. A. J. Rosenberg, H. G. Lyon.'
Clik Sherard, Samuel Fleishman.
P.'alph Wilson, Mr. Carrington, Rev.
Tribble. G. P. E.own. Jr., ll. B.
Johnson. R. L. Carter. Jim Bailey,
W. s. Beaty, E. H. Seel. Jr.. W. S.
Ramsey. J. K. Manos, J. P. Mose
ley. Bob King, G. H. Bailes. Tato
C.v. Co.. C. Den Allen, W. W.
Sv.Mlvan, W. A. Power, G. W.
Evans. G. . A, Hubenstein. Harry
Oelsberg. Henry Cason. Eeo Oels
berg, S.' C. Webb, Forest D. Suggs,
Max Oelsberg, Clyde M3ttison. .Inc.
Ti Madden, T. L. Cely, J. D, Sulli
van, .Hm Turner. C. C. Dargum F.
M. HowJe. H. F. -Dickson. W. H.
Wyatt. Frank Brownlee. Henry Hi
Harper, M. A. Fant. F. M. I'nger,
S. D. Doykin, Phelps Sasseen. W.
W. Smoak. J. E. Wiglntor, Jim
Preseley. .Jule B. Earle, D. R.
Smith, W. F. Cates. Bruce Harper.
Loni Geer. M. F. MeOee, Dr. Lracl
son. George Shelon, Eugene Drown,
Louis Green, Jno. Thompson. Geo.
Carter. Geo. Boleman. R. E. Hol
royd. J. I. Brownlee, Prayiuond
Cochran. W. S. BreazeaJe.
Marguerite Clark in "The Goose
Girl" A Romance
"Thc most beautiful Idyllic rom
ance ever produced for the screen" is
not too enthusiastic a description for
.'cs ; L. Lasky.'s plcturization - of
Harold McGrath's famous novel. "The
Goose Girl." with, dainty Marguerite
Clark. In tho title role. The work was
so obviously suited to Miss Clark's
charm ana personality that thc. Lasky
company made arrangements to pro
sent ber in this one offering by the
special courtesy of the Famous Play
ers Film Company.
Of . course Gretchen, fhe Goose
Girls, is not a goose girl at all but
the 'Princess of Ehren3tein, only
child of the Grand Duke ot that
country, and has been stolen by gyp
sies In her .Infancy. This bi all due
to a plot conceived and oxecuted by
Von Hcubeck. the chancellor to the
Grand Duke, who seeks to put hir
own daughter in the place of thc
Then? is a king in the story, and
he ts the ruler of tho neighboring
country of Jugendheit. In order tc
prevent war between thc* two princi
palities, be ia betrothed to marry thc
false Princes*;' XVoa Herbeck'a
daughter) whom' he har? never seen.
But the klrig" Is !yo*nVg and'romantic,
an.l revolts flt, t?}!?,.procedure. In
th^ events that 'follow the king res
cues the little Goose Girl from insult
aud falls in lovb with her. However,
jt iatfpearft that iq-1?. inpossible fox
him to m ar rv ?'pe?ianr gfrL and hV
finally consents to marry the Prin
cess after all. Bot-by that Hmo'the
little Goose Girl has. peen Identified
as the real scion of royaity. and In the
Princess or Ehrenstein* the King ol
Jugendheit finds to his surprise and
loy. the woman of hi * choice.
Mia? Clark assume* tho role of Ute
litt?,. Pr:ncesa whose lot lt ls to tend
the geese of peasant foster-parent*.
Monroe Salisbury appears as thc
frank, democratic and warm-hearted
king. Other leading members of the
company are Sidney. Denn... E. X.
Dunbar. James Neill. L. Payten. P.
E. Peters, H. B. C. Carpenter.
Ernest Joy. J. M., Caa;ldy. Miss
Johnson and ?auo Darwell.
. "The GOOK; Girl" ls produced hy
the Lasky Company through an ar
rangement With tho publisher? of the
hook. The Hobbs-Mer rill company.
DE KOVEN HARMONY FOUR,
A Splendid Male Quartette
MOVIES FOR TODAY
Broncho two reel drama
"YOUR BABY AND MINE"
P. S. Any request left at the hox office for
any particular song will bc honored the fol
lowing day. This is the best male quartette
ever in Anderson.
ALL STEEL SPIKE HARROWS
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Designed to combine great durability with ltglit draft and com
plete pulverizing power?. )
Simple in construction, built entirely of special steel, well braced,
practically iudestructable. Nb castings or mall?ables are used.
These Harrows have the fewest possible number of tarts, no culls
or'clamps to lose or give, trouble.
Sullivan Hardware Company
Audc.aon, S. 6., Belton, S. C. Greenville, S. C.
Now is the time to baye your .tires repaired for -the ?pri
and summer service. 1 can vulcanize your oki tires or sellyou
new ones. See rrje for
GOODYEAR AND AJAX
tires and accessories. Also the famous
HOWE RED TUBE
better known as the clover leaf tube.
All repair work guaranteed.
Free air to customers.
Templeton's Vulcanizing Works
t08 N. McDuffie Stfcet.
Business Phone 270. Resident Phone 814.
CALOMEL DYNAMITES YOUR LIVER!
MAKES YOU SICK ANO SAUVATES
"Dflis?a's Lirar Tone" Starts Ymir Liver
Better Thu Caf?mel asd You Don4!
Usa a BirVWM
Liven un your siuggVh livr-rl Fi*?>l
film'and eUverfol; make your work A
pienaiire: be rlroroUH und full of ambi
tion. Bot tuve rn? nant v. dangerou*
rsinnjet lhe-*Ufc it mak<>> vnu nick nm]
you mav Um* k d<\r? wok*
Tone tonight, Tour
?elj? you ? 50 i ni
Liver ,'IVigic under n
back (niarahttv timi
clean your *l;ig#i*h
d<??e of j>??ty eiiloihc
make YOU '?ick.
ter .than .
i?t it won't
vt morn i Oil
?vcr *>XfM>rie>iiTil utft
.woafuL \>f Larmlci? Dodson's*
el it alon*