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Visit The Great Exposition
San Francisco. Cal. 1915.
San Diego, Cal. ?
Premier Carrier of the South
Greatly reduced round trip tickets will be sold by ail ticket
agents at principal points to Lbs Angeles, San Diego, San
Francisco, Portland, and Seattle. Tickets on sale March 1st,
to November 3uth.
If you desire a quick and comfortable trip on trains consist
ing of Pullman cars, tourist sleeper, dining cars and all steel
coaches then see' that your ticket reads via the Southern Rail
Why pay tourist agents for escorting you around. -You can
purchase a round trip ticket daily from Anderson, ?. C., to San
Francisco, for only $79.20. Proportionately low rates from
For complete information, tickets and beautiful literature
call on ticket agents, or write.
W. R. Taber, T. P. A., W. E. McGee, A. G. P. A.
Greenville, S. C. ' Colombia, S. C.
Nineteenth Annual Convention
AMERICAN COTTON MANUFACTURES
Memphis, Tenn., April 13-14, 1915.
Tickets on sale April IO, 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 j
to Memphis Without Change.
. FROM . ' HOUND TH1P FABE
Leave Hpartanburg .8(45 A.M..*.. .$3546
Leave drear.0:23 A.M.... ....8L8J?
Leave Greenville.10.00 A.M..2&U?
?ve Piedmont .. ?. *.10:82 A.M.SSA?
ive Pclxer.10:43 A. M..s&??
^ve WilUemston.10:47 A.M. .SSJi
re Belton.11:10 A.M..2&S5
Hocen Path .. .r. .11:23 A.M..2&S5
A Atlanta, Ga..4:85 P.M.
Memphis, Tenu. .8:35 A.M.
* sN| at Belton with train from Anderson.
? V ? ,
\ Y For reservations and Pullman rates, write
C. S. ALLEN, T. M.,
Greenville, S. C.
. -y at the \
PERRY BUSINESS COLLEGE
Greenville, S. C. Y ^
FOR SALE CHEAP
(ore Aaderson Inteltigeacer)
i ANDERSON, S. C.
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Hm W< A. HUDGEKS, Editor
Wesley Ph ll at bra.
The meeting of tho Wesley Phlla
then Class ot St John's Methodist I
church which was to have been held |
today with Mrs.. R. E. Holroyd on
Hoso Hill, has been postponed one
The Civic Association will meet!
this afternoon at four o'clock in the '
parlors of K">tcl Chiquola.
Gen. and Mrs. M. L. Donhaiu ?pent
the week-end in Greenville, with Mr.
and Mrs. Proctor Bonham.
Miss Mab Bonham ia spending sev
eral days in Greenville, visiting Mn
and NMr8. P. A. Bonham.
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Rice spent j
Sunday in Belton.
Misa Lura Mathew.; of Klrkscy it
visiting friends herc. -
Theatre Party mid At Home.
The following invitations have been
Mesdames C. S. Sullivan
W. W. Sullivan
April 7th 3 p. m.
At Home 1034 S. Ma'n St
It. S. V. P.
Hue West Alumnae.
The Due West Alumnae will meet
on Friday afternoon at four O'clock
with Mrs. L. L. Hatcher on Ka st Orr
street The subject" for the afternoon
will be Russia.
Little Miss Sara Louise Power en
tertained quite a number of he? little
friends at a delightful party yester
day afternoon at her home on Evans
Street. It .was the seventh birthday
of the little hostess and a very happy
afternoon it was for all. Dainty re
freshments were served.
Little Miss Elizabeth Turner enter
tained at a pretty little Easter party ?
In honor of her tenth birthday. The
decorations and souvenir.; were eggs,
rabbits and chickens, and "these were
a source ot great pleasure to the lit
tle iollc3. A deliciou3 sweet course
was served after a merry round of
Dane? and Reception Tonight at Elks
There will bo a dance and recep
tion tonight at Ute Home of the.Elks
on Ni McDuffle Street. Thc commit
tees have made every plan to make
one of.the pleasantest and most de
lightful events ever given In their
handsome new home, and all the Elks
and their, lady friends arc cordially
invited to attend. The splendid or
chestra of The Anderson theatre will
furnish the music for the evening,
and the program below will be given.
Later dancing will be enjoyed by a
large number in the spacious hall on
thc 3rd floor.
1. March, "Imp."
2. Selection, Hungarian Fart isla.
3. Waltz, Trout Paris.
4. Popular, Thc Memphis Blues.
5. Selection, Piff Paff Pouf.
G. March. The Hustlers.
District Meeting IT. D. V. In Eadley
EASLEY. April 3.-(Special)-At
a call meeting of the William Hu ley
chapter, United Daughters of the
Confederacy, held with Mrs. William
Anderson on Wednesday afternoon,
final details for the Piedmont District
convention, to be held April 7th, were
completed. This chapter,, having been
organized only a few years, has never
had the. pleasure and honor ot en
tertaining this convention. However
every possible effort has been mPVUI
forth by evej^jnauykf- The busincsF
'?resSion "has been called at lo o'clocV
on the morning of the 7th and wir
be held in the auditorium ct the nev
city hall. This building was only
completed this week and this event
^jjl_be_the_^rejjmee^in^ of any kine
Of Mw. ttanpeO, of Rt* Tm
Siaadiaj, Relieved by Caratti
.J? ?1, C -Mf*- Swan M. Chan.
was more than any one could tell.
fa?2????* evefy kimS ?* mediane,
out oona did me any good. .
I read one day about Cardul, the wo
wan'sTonic, and I decided to cv it t
it?Hs V ?^^?tla until
.J^flra?rt cured. lt did me more
CareuL Several are sow taking it."
^JSSLJ&J***"' ?rffw from any
of the ailment* doe to womanly trouble
roch as bcauache. Jbeckac^Jrid^che
s^gessoess, and that everlastingly tired
BoViiLTo?Sr^ 9* wwne? S
J^JSI?* M'y? You
on t regret it Ali druggists.
The progresa of modern medical
science is, perhaps, no more force
fully evident than in the simplify,
lng of many of the old time re
medies of past generations. For
instance, the harsh cathartics and
violent purgatives used by our
forefathers to relieve constipation
are now known to be not only un
necessary but really harmful
Constipation can be moro effec
tively relieved without the dis
comfort and pain these old-time
A combination of simple laxative
herbs?, with pepsin, sold in drug
stores under tho name of Dr. Cald.
well's Syrup Pepsin is most ef
fective, yet mild and pleasant. It
IB absolutely free from opiate? and
narcotics and equally as desirable
a remedy for the tiniest babe at
for rugged manhood. A free trial
bottle con be obtained by -wrltti
to Dr. W. B. Caldwell. 412 Wash
ington St., Monticello, Ills.
that has been held in this new hall.
,Mr. John B. Jameson, who ha*1
been acting as mayor since tho death
.tome two weeks ago, of the regular |
mayor, Mr. J. T. Ltahem, will on be
half of the town welcome the visitors
Mr?. Verner A. Howard, president ol
the chapter, will extend thc welcome
in behalf of the daughters The wel
come in behalf of the camp will b
made by Mr. B. C. Johnson, com
mander. Miss Louise Fleming, of j
Greenwood, will respond for the vis
During thia business session much
business < will bc brought up for dis
cussion and much real good is ex
pected to be accomplished. Immedi
ately after the adjournment of thc
morning .session a tlin',, course lunch
eon will be served the visitors In the
Woodmen of the World hall. One
hundred ladies arc expected to this
luncheon as the Liberty. Pickena and
the members of the Greer diopter
will be present.
The following is the Hst of dele
gate* who have been heard lion, and
the names of the people by whom
they are to be entertained. Twelve
chapter* have not yet been heard
Miss Alice Earle of Columbia and
i Mrs. J. !.. McWhlrter of Jonesville
j with Mrs. H. E. Russell.
Mrs. Carrie McCully Patrick and
Mrs. J. R. Vandiver of Anderson, with
Mrs. B. C. Johnson.
Miss Leila Nance of Due Weat and
Miss Frances Pemberton of Green
wood, with Mrs. W. C. Smith.
Mrs. Raymond Beattie and Mlss|
Rhoda Vandiver of Anderson, with
Mrs. Frank E. Flckens.
Miss Rosalyn Hipp of Newberry
and Mrs. W. W. Thompson of Lowe
desvtlle, with Mrs. H. Snider.
Mr?. J. F. Jacobs and Mrs. J. Q.
Phillips cf Clinton, with Mra. P. H.
Miss Bessie Major of Anderson
Mrs. W. M. Ballenger of Greer and
Mrs. W. A. Sheldon of Liberty, with
Mr.j. CN. Wyatt,
Miss Louise Fleming of Greenwood
and Mrs. R .W. Matthews of starr,
with Mrs. E. P. McCravoy.
Mrs. J. E. Barton. Miss Eubank1
Taylor and Miss Cochran of Ander
son, wRh Mrs. F. E. Cullum.
Mrs. T. J. Mauldin of Pickcns with
Mrs. E. H. Shanklin.
Mrs. G. R. Hendricks of Plckens
and Mrs. J. E. Hunter of*Calhoun
with Mrs. Li B. O'Dell.
Mr.). B. E. Schumpert and ' Miss
Eb'?beth Hawkins of Prosperity with
Mrs. C T. Martin.
Mrs. J. M. Bruner and Mrs. C. M.
Walker of Westminster with Mrs. V.
Mrs. My F. Ansel and Miss Kittie
Perrin ot Greenville with Mrs. R. F.
Mrs. Paul M. Wheeler and Miss
Bertie Smith of Greer with Mrs. V. A.
Mrs. W. H. Mills of Calhoun with
Miss Lily Warroo.
ML38 Minuto Babb and Miss Beuluh
Ball of Laurens with Mrs.. Will R.
Wyatt. .M_. - wUn
Mrs. W. D. Arthur and Mrs. L. G.
Voting of Union with Mrs. W. M. An
Mrs. T. R. Trimmer of Spartun
burg, Mr?. F. M.; Farr of Union and
Mr&. W. M. Hagood, Jr.
Tho pages for the convention are:
Misses W. Eunice Singleton, Sara
Smith, Bessie Payne and Janet Bolt.
Tho regular meeting of tho Senior
Philathea Class of the First Presby
terian church waa' held with Mrs.
William H. Overman, and Mrs. Rob
ert L. Waynlck In the parlors of Hotel
Chlquola. There waa a ?ood attend
ance of members and the various re
ports from the different committees
for the month of March were splen
did, showing that an unusual amount
Of work had bean accomplished. Af
ter all business had been disposed of
the two charming hortenses Invited
their guests to a picture show party at
The- Paramount theatre, and two very
pleasant and delightful hours were
spent here, the picture being unusual
ly fine. .
Mrs. May Dorrity, who has been In
Columbia for several week? nursing
her father. Mr. Wank Baldwin, came
to Anderson yesterday to take a caa?
Mr. and Bra. Baldwin ga Cease te Aa.
Mn, Frank Baldwin of Columbia
who baa been vary til for several
weena is much better, and bia friends
hope that he will Boon ha qnlte well
again. Mr. Baldwin ls the father ot
Mr. J. J. Baldwin of this city, and he
and Mrs. Baldwin will come to An
tawon about the middle of the month
to make their home here. Thalr
laughter. Dorrity. will make her home
.Ten, caa eat the news while Ito new
n The Morning Dilly lateSllaencor.
by systematic meth
ods of putting aside
a part of your earn'
and quartely interest
will surprise you.
Bank of Anderson
Thc strongest bank
in thc county.
Kiss Your Coal Stove
The gas stove has the
coal stove beaten a mil
Ho wood to chop, no coal to car
ry, no ashes to take up, carry
out, and sift, leaving a trail ol
dirt and dust from the stove all
the way out to the ash pit.
No fire to coax and cod
dle. No excess heat. No
Gas is a guarantee of the right
kind of a lire instantly for any
purpose whatever; and it's more
economical, too.*" -
Anderson Gas Co.
Monte Cristo, Tom Watson and
2 Great Cantaloupes
Shumway's Giant, 30 to 40 lbs.;
Dreer's Hoodo, none better ....
Get seed at
DOOK ? I URE j
If so. hero's the placo io got your
feed. Wc carry tho full Cypher's lino
-Laying Mash, Scratch Feed, 8hort
Cut Alfalfa. Developing Food, fpr lit
tle "Biddy" chicks, Meat Scraps, and
Wheat Shorts, etc., etc.
J. M. McCown
Phone 22 East Whitner Street.
'P' 1 =====
. Fish of alt kinds; Shrimp, drab,
and other sea food at all times at
moderate prices. Phone us your
wanta, and let us Ul them. Prompt
FISH DRESSED FREE
Phone 117. Cor. Mc Du Rle and Benson
t-rday is ?one. Tomorrow does not ex
ist. TOL'AY is the day of Opportunity.
This is the coloumn of opportunities. Read
it. Use it-if you seek a broader opening
or yourself, ii you seek men, if you want to buy or sell machinery,
Want Advertising Rates
Twenty-five words or let?, One Time 25 coate, Three Times 60 cent?,
Biz Tunca $LO0.
All advertisement ovar twenty-five words prorata tor each additional
word. Rales on 1,000 words to be used In a month made on eppll
No advertlsemsut taken for l?as than 26 cents, cash In cd vane?.
If your name appears In the telephone directory yon can telephone
your want ad to 221 and a bill will be malled after Ita insertion for
FOR HALF-Good Milch ( un.
mau Kmlth. Phone 464.
FOK SALE-Twi registered Short
Horn Bulls, One live years old, one
five months old. Sire and grand
sire Imported from England. Geo.
M. Ansel, Walhalla, S. C. 4-4-ltp
WASTE? TO HELL-Sandy Springs.
Kural Water WorkB, supplies
farms with water for stock and
home. No rums and no pumps.
Erected by manufacturers. Fur
prices and information, apply to
Rochester .& Smith, Sandy Springs,
. . .. O '
THE ?RY STOVE WOO? we sell ts
certainly giving the best of satis
faction. How do we know? By tho
repeating orders from satisfied cus
tomers. Stove wood cut any
length. 13. N. fWyatt. Phono 182.
} WASTE?-To buy 50 to 100 bushels
peas at $1.50 per bushel. J. J.
DO YOU eat to live, or live to eat?
Well, no matter which in either
case whenever you wish to eat
something good, " o nd don't care to
pay all you've got for it, come to
the "Little Gem" 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,
WASTED-A reliable representative
in every community to act as agent
tor The Intelligencer. Liberal com
missions paid. Apply Tho Anderson
Intelligencer. 2-28 tf.
FOR BE XT-Store recently occupied
by Tho Intelligencer Job Printiug
Department. If interested in a "ilne
stand and : good proposition, apply
to The Intelligencer. 3-13-tl
A FEW BOARDERS can be accom
modated at 210- West Whitner St..
next door above Opera House. Ex
lent table food. Rates reasonable.
( OTTOS SEE?-I have a fine lot of
Cleveland , and Sunbeam at fl.00
per bushel "The Turner Farm." is
about midway .between Craft's and
Halley's Ferry Just acros* the riv
er in Hart County. Georgia. J. D.
Turner. Hartwell, da.^-4-6"-6tp.
FOR REST- 5 room house, all con- .
venleneee. Corner S. Manning and
Johns St. Mrs. 'Beaty GoBsett.
FOR REST-One seven-room cottage
fpr rent-Crayton street 407, pos
' session given at once. , Apply to
James F. Rice.' (Milco over old post
office. Anderson, 8 C.-4-6-3lp.
FOR REST-One five-room house on
McCuliey street. Modern conven
iences. Apply to N. C. Harriss.
WE BUY AND SELL DEBTS'
? 4 . *
If anyone owes you money furnish
us an Itemized, written statement of
i the account.
WE GET THE MONEY
If? you owe anyone money, we will
?help you pay the debt by
Oar Mutual Loan Flan*
Our "Indian" wilt call on slow pay
I sra and collect bad debts.
That ls his business,
MUTUAL LOAN COMPANY
106 1-2 W. Benson St,
Anderson, 8. C.
DR. J. E. WATSON
Office in Lig?n & Lcdbettcr Building.
North Main 8;; set.
Office Phone 210.
Residence Phone 386.
Makes 61 Feel Like 16.
"I suffered with kidney ailment for
two years," writes Mrs. M. A. Bridgen,
Robinson, Miss, "and commenced tak
ing Foloy Kidney Pills about ten
months ago. I am now able to do all '
my work without fatigue. I ai" now
61 years of age and feel like a 16
year-old girl/' Foley Kidney Pille.
strengthen and invigorate weak, tired
and deranged -kldnoys ; relieve back
ache, weak back, rheumatism and
bladder trouble. They are tonic in
action. Evens Pharmacy.
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