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To the ladies who have deferred buying
their Easter clothes until the last mrjment,
and who wants Clothes Satisfaction---this
advertisement is a plan invitation to walk
straight into our Ready-to-wear Depart
ment, where we are splendidly prepared
to serve you.
One piece dresses, rn.ade of Silk Poplins, nude up
in the verv latest models, in all th lead- <feA QO>
mg shades". Values up to $7.50, at .. . .
One piece dresses, made of Silk Poplins, Foulards,
Crepe de Chirres, Taffetas, Crepe Meteors, thc very
latest stvles and colors, -values up to d?? A fl
$10.00,'at. . . . . ?PU.to
One piece dresses of Crepe de Chine and Taffetas
in Battleship Grey, Sand, Putty, Belgian Blue
and Navy, values up to $15.00, $12 48
We have a nice assortment of New Model Skirts
in Shepherd Plaids, Belgian Blue, Navy and Black'
made with suspenders and huttons, very neat and
attractive skirts, regular $5.00 values
Big line of New Skirts in all the leading colors and
newest styles,'ranging in price from $2.98 to $7.00.
Specially priced for this selling.
A late model Shepherd Plaid, with bul- OO^
tons and one pocket, S1.50 value at . . . .
We are showing the prettiest hats in the city; and
; our. prices are about half what <tT QQ tq tte
?others charge. Prices from . . 4 "P**
A big line of Children's Dresses of Gingham,
Percales and Galatea, nicely made and trimmed, at
special prices for this sale ' 25 C *? ?&1 50
at from.?%J?U vi'wv
Ladies House Dresses of Ginghams and O??
Percales, regular $1.50 values at. Jot
. ~_~ CHILDREN'S HATS ;
Great assortment.of Children's Straw and Fancy
Wash Hats for Easter and Summer OEr to AQ ,
also a niie line of Infant Caps at?UC w**
In addition^to the already large assortment of
Coat Suits which we have in stock; wc received au*
other large shipment 'yesterday* These Suits were
bought at prices which enable us to save you money.
See prices. All the latest styles and wanted shades.
$25.00 values. ...... .$17.49
S20.00 values at.14.98
S1 5.00 values at.... 12.48
$12.50 values at. 9.98
s lo.oo values at. 7.98
White China Silk Waists, neatly trimmed Qf?<->
?4.50 values at._ ?TO*.
White Lawn Waists, embroidered with either OEc
pink or blue, regular lc value, at . . . .
White checked Flagon Waists, with organdy col
lars and cuffs, a very neat waist. Splendid ?Q?
5oc value, special at . .. "
Big line of White Waists in voiles and rice cloth,
elaborately trimmed, worth SL25 and QQ _
si.50, at'.> . ,. ^OC
Middy Blouse in White and Palm A Sig* and Ogc
Beach nt. ^ *7qi*
Every shade of Silks, Crepe de Chirle and .all th J
wanted fabrics are here awaiting your call. And at
special prices, too. : -<i
Silk Poplins, all shades, $1.00 values, at, ftlf*
Taffetas, 36 inches wide, $1.5o vafues 0g^
Crepe de Chine, 4o inches wide, $2.00 ^| OQ
36 inch Flowered Patterns of Crepe de A fig*
Chine, in all colors at. . ..
. Seco Silks in plain and fancy weaves, and OA**
in all colors at.- .. .
New Wash Goods iit\ Organdies, Crepes, Rice
Cloths, Voi'cs, and Ginghams are; arriving daily.
Hoisery, Neckwear, Ribbons, Handkerchiefs, and
Gloves for Easter iii an endless assortment at vcr y
i special prices.
LADIES' LOW SHOES AT LOW PRICES
A brand new line of Ladies' Slippers, Pumps. Oxfords, and Baby Dolls just in from the East. In all leath
ers, all the different toes, and heels at 98c, $1.50, $2.00, $2.S0#and $3.00-specially'rriced for Easter selling.
THE LJElSSER. COMPANY
"Where, You Pay Less" j
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FINE PHOTO PLAY
"The Murdock Trial" at "The
Anderson" Theatre To
When John Storey died suddenly in
India, his daughter Helen, an only
child, became heiress to his estate,
worth almost one hundred thousand
Rollers. Although.jH.46n .was nearly
of age, oho knew , practically nc thing
of tho world and less about her fath
News of 8torey's demise reached his
agent in England, Mr.. Henry Mur
doch, at a time, when that .gentleman
was in-.oeep nnancial distress. Hold
ing t?i^l?i^fery^orney ove,
Storey^.1n>ftstmca.tB. be v/e* tempted
by a suggestion from his worthless
and rascally nephew to take advan
tage of Helen's ignorance, and Tor tho
time, being to make usc ot tho. Storey
money to pull himself out of the mire.
. To avoid danger of detection the
nephew further suggested destroying
a letter from Storey, which would
have sen xl not vmly as a will, but
Would be the only document which
could Incriminate Murdoch in tba
event of his carrying out his Inten
Watching his chance, the nephew
secretly pocketed the letter and burn
ed a blank sheet of paper In its stead.
Tho ?ishes completely deceived Mur
doch, who fell- easily into
the??by putting h'IniKc'.? cnttreTjrW
Une hands of. his unscrupulous nep
hew. Kolen came to live in the Mur
doch household, but ofter months of
grieving, her health wa? becoming
uudercvlndod. and Murdoch acting on
his nephew's advice, sent Helen into
the country, accompanied by the
housekeeper. Thls^hahge was very
acceptable to Helen, principally be
cause thc nephew insisted in paying
unpleasant lover-like attentions. The
country air did Vonders ior Helen,
tun the thing which hastened her re
covery moro than anything else waa
be- happiness in winning the love ot j
L?ooal Mann. AU Vent smoothly un
i'.tU/the housekeeper wrote to Murdoch
ot Helen's love affair.
Again the nephew influenced Mur
doch by pointing out the possibility
of prison in case Helen married some
clever young mau who might investi
affaire Tor. her. . J^j?jmWmM
The' only safe course that Murdoch
could soe to follow was to marry.
Helen himself, and to that end he .or
dered her home a* ?nee.
One day Lionel v'illed to Hee Helen,
rba^^?brdocb. driven r, by fear - and
Jealousy,? grossly, - insulted him and
ordered him off the' premises; By the
time Lionel reached the station he
was impelled by fear for Helen, at
the mer. y of un apparent mad mt rt, to
return. Meanwhile, Murdoch brought
mattera to. a'crisis by trying to force
Helen to submit to his loathsome love
making, but tho nephew's arrival on
the scene saved her from bin perse
cution. Murdoch, thoroughly enrag
ed, was tn no mood tb iluten to a de
mand for money, and when the nep
hew threatened to make usc of thc
letter written by Storey to. compel
him to give lu, Murdoch' endeavored
to force him to give up the' letter, by
att'.t king him with a dagger-like bill
MIUyflWnY'flghtlng attracted the but
ler, who, arrived at tho door in lime
to ?ee the nephew Rive his uncle a
fatal thrust. The sudden shock com
pletely unhinged tho butler's, mind
and ho fell unconscious to the floor.
350 MEN ASKED AND 349 ACCEPT; WH/
The queakm ia "Who lost the game?"-Wa? ii
answer given Sunday morning at St. John*
G. Ii. I.igon of (Minion, formerly
financial secretary of Chlcora College,
was a visitor in the city yesterday.
i apt. La. I. Jeuuinsr< a well known
uit|S?n of Greenville, wu* ?n the city
John Tate of tho Robert! set tm,
was in the city yesterday for a short
Mrs. R. F. Motril o? Wllllugton wai*
among the shoppers in the city yes
Mrs. John Wo (ford and Mrs. Thom
as Gentry of Starr were visitors lu
the city yesterday.
Mrs. W. n. Scudday of Wurr wan a
visitor in the city yesterday.
Krank Gentry of Starr was among
thc visitors in the city yesterday.
s. M. Jones of Ute Emerson's Bridge
section whk In th- city yesterday.
L. E. Kinaird or craytonvillc was a
visitor in the city yesterday.
W. K. and M/s; Hudgpns of Pelzcr
wero visitors in the city yesterday.
W. M. Stone of Sandy Springs was
in the city yesterday on business.
C. H. Whitney of Atlanta, was
among the visitors in the city yester
S. Fisher of Ant.-ovilie *<ip>jit yes
terday in theVlty.
J. "M. Fisher of Antrevilie spent
yesterday in the city.
Albert Smith of Lebanon wna
among the visitors in tho city yes
Ed Sadler of Starr was in the city
yesterday for a short while.
Mrs. A. E. Davis and MM. L. A.
Davis of Due West wery in the city
Mrs. R. E. Lee of Clemson was a
shopper in the city yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. S. NF. Smith of Pi
dieron wero visitors in the city ye*-1
Frank Skelton of thc Roberts sec
tion spent yesterday In the city.
E. B. Adams of Ware Shoals wag
among the visitors In the city-yester
Clarence W. Beaty went to Spartan -
burg yc3terday on business.
Helen also heard the noise and came
Into the room at the moment Lionel
stepped through the French window
loft open by the escaping nephow.
finder the circumstances each thought
the other guilty of The tragic deed
and. before they had time to explain,
the housekeeper entered the room.
Lionel, seeking to protect Helen, or
dered her not to say a word to any
one, which appeared on the face of
things to he an admission of guilt on
his part. i .
u the trial. Lionel, still endeavor
ing to defend Helen, made no defence
and was consequently convicted and
sentenced to death. .As he stood to
receive his sentence, Helen realized
his innocence, and to the consterna
tion to everyone in court, she obeyed
sudden impulse and convinced them
all that ehe had committed the crime
The night before her execution, the
butler now sufficiently recovered to
he allowed thc freedom of tho sana-.'
(orlum to which he had been sent,
read an account of 'Helen's sensa
tional confession ai the trial. Horri
fied, he tried to explain the awful
mistake, but, of course was not ^be
lieved. At a late hour that evening
he escaped from the sanatorium and
reached the house of tlie defending
counsel, where he found Lionel, lie
arising thc-only dhance of obtaining a
reprieve lay in surprising the nephew
Into an admission of guilt, they Went
to thc Murdoch home and by a clever
ruse succeeded in accomplishing their
errand. A. desperate light ensued and
'he nephew was taken prisoner. Then,
armed with a reprieve signed by the
home Rccrctary. they arrived at thft
jail Just in tln.e to prevent a most
serious miscarriage of justice.
LONDONr-March 31.- Lord Roths
child. th? head of thc English branch
<*f the Rothschild family died herc
Prohibits Hhlpment of Poultry.
LONDON. April l.-ln order to
conserve ber supplies of food Hw
ola has prohibited thc. export o?
poultry, dend ot alive. The "Poultry
World" slates that all available sup
plie*, ot poultry io Russia aro be
ing collected and shipped to Kin
I lind for preservation in cold storage.
I In normal times, England importe
mt lily nearly a million d'-llars
worth of Russian bens and chickens.
sT WILL 349 THINK OF
THINK OF HIMSELF?
t 349 who forgot their nei
s Methodist C
Twenty-five words or less, One TI
Biz Times $1.00.
Al*, advertisement over twenty-flvi
word. HatoB on 1,000 words to
No advertisement taken for loss i
It your name appears in the tele]
vour want ad to 321 and a bill will I
FOB SALI-Proline Pop Corn, pure
white am' extremely tender. Un
questionably one of our best forago
> rops. Fiinnan Smith, Scedumau,
rhone 404. /
FOB SALK-Single comb Black Ml-J
norca eggs for hatching-$1.00 for]
15. L. M, Murphy, caro Murphy Conl
und Wood Co. Phone 72?. 3-2G-l>t
THE DRY STOVE WOOI? wo sell is
certainly giving the best of satis
faction. How do wo know? By the ?
repeating orders from satisfied cus
tomers. Stove ?wood cut any
length. B. N. Wyatt. Phone 182.
?DO IOU eat to live, or live to cot?
Well, no matter which in either
caso whenever you wish to eat
something good, and don't caro to
pay nil you've got for lt, como to
the."Little Gem" Cafe, No. 128 W.
Whinier St.. J. K. Derrick, Propr.
BUCK-EYE B?KBEB SHOP-Hair
cut 15c, shave 10. Best sorvlce. Sat
isfaction .guaranteed. C. A. McClain,
DAY OLD CHICKS-12 1-2, ir.c. Reds.,
Plymouth Rocks aud ordinary'
chicks. 100 off every Monday. Safe
delivery guaranteed. Phone 847, or 1
writc'Room C. 119 1-2 N. Main St.
DRTJ. E. VVATSON
Office Ir. LIgon ft Ledbetter Building
North Main Street.
Office Phone 210. ,
Residence Phone 386.
The Junior Phtlatheas of the First
Presbyterian church will have a cake
sale Saturday afternoon at ?, o'clock
ut Owl Drug store.
Let tho childreu
egg? ror Rasier th?
pluuty ot them at
Also .Turkeys. D
Hens; ull of them
having been kept I
way for ten days,
regularly, thus IUB
fry at Uic price of
C Salesmen 4 De
NUMBER 1? WHAT \
t^hbor, or wa' it No. 1, v*l
I* 1. CORNE
ilUrC fin RIVER
Imo 26 cent?. Three Time? 60 cant*,
. words prorata tor each additional
be used in a month mad? on appU
than 26 cents, cash tn advance.
phone directory yon can telephone
be mailed after lt? Insertion tor
WANTED Tt SELL-Sandy Springs.
Kural Water Works, supplies .
farms with water for stock and
home. No rams and no pumps.
lOrected by manufacturers. For
prices and information, apply to.
Rochester & Smith. Sandy Springs,
WANTED-To correspond, confi
dentially, with anyone deslrious ot
becoming permanently cured of th?
morphine or whiskey habit Tba
KEELEY INSTITUTE, COLUM
BIA, S. C. Box 75.
WANTED-To buy 50 to 100 bushels
peas at $1.G0 per bushel. J. J.
WANTED-To purchase a good milk
cow, Jersey profcrrod. Write Box
45C, describing what you have to
Bell, and quoting price. 8?S0-2f
WANTED-A reliable representative
in every community to act as ag?et
for The. Intelligenoer. Liberal com
missions paid. Apply The Anderson '
WANTED-The privilege to cure
tobacco users at home. $5.00 tray?
the cure. Information it desired.
THE KEELEY INSTITUTE, CO
LUMBIA, S. C., Bo-, 76.
FOR RENT-Store recently occupied
by The Intelligencer Job Printing
Department It interested in a fine
stand and good proposition, apply
to Tho Intelligencer. 3-18-tf
FOR RENT-Three or four nice
rooms, modem conveniences, near
in or?d in good neighborhood. Apply
to W. D. simpaon at Hotel Chlquo
la, Barber Shop.- 3-28-3t.
FOR RENT-One one-horse farm in
Savannah Township, with three
room [house, a good barn, cow pas
ture extra, for one bale of good
middling lint, cotton weighing 600
pound*. Apply to James F. Rice,
office over the old post office, An
derson, S. C. 4-l-3tp.
You can get the news while its new
? in The Morning Dally Intelligencer,
ko stayed at home?