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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 all ticket
agents at principal points to Los Angeles, San Diego, San
Francisco, Portland, and Seattle. Tickets on sale March 1st,
to November 30th.
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 ?hat your ticket reads via the Southern Rail
.i. * V . / ?-:! ' .
Why pay tourist agents for escorting you aro?:nd. You can
purchase a round trip ticket daily from Anderson, S. C., to San
Francisco, for only $79.20. Proportionately tow rates fr.om
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. ? Columbi?, S. C.
Nineteenth Annual Convention
AMERICAN COTTON MANUFACTURES
Memphis, Term., 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, thr;
to Memphis Without Change.
FROM ' HOUND TRIP FABE
Leave Spartanbarg.* 8*4* A.M.... .9UM
Leave Greer.9:23 A. M. ...... 8t?t
Leave Greenville..10.00 A. M.2*M
Leave Piedmont.10tS2 A.M..2M?
Leave Pelser..10:42 A. M.2AM
Leave Willlamuton.10:47 A. M.SUS
Leave Belton ... ... ...11:10 A.M. vi. ... .'. >1.?la
Leave Monea Patt..ll.?J? A.M..
Arrive Atlanta, Ca..4:85 P.M.
Arrive Memphis, Tena. ... ....'8:33 A.M.
Connects at. Belton arith train from Anderson.
For reservations and Pullman ratea, write
C. S. ALLEN; T. M.,
Greenville, S. C.
Bookkeeping and Penmanship
or Qt.L >.'. X
Steoogiapidy and Typewriting
at the JU )
PERRY BUSINESS COLLEGE
Greenville, S. C. ki/JL
FOR SALE CHEAP
..Jr Aprjly to "L.A A
(care Anderson Intelligencer)
ANDERSON, S. C
r'rt? the Experience of AmU'rvm
We are fortunate indeed to ha able
to profit by the experience o' our
uclghhors. The public utterances of
Anderson residents on the follcwlng
subject will Interest and benefit many
of our readers. .Head this statement.
NJ helltr proof can be had.
. T. H. Hall, 62 F. St. Anderson,
says: "When I was fourteen years old
1 hurt my back and after that I had
attacks of kidney trouble. Two years
ago 1 could hardly walk and every
fctop I took sent a sharp pain from
the-small of my back all through my
body. The kidney secretions passed
too often and I had ai; extreme thirst.
1 suffered from dir.?y spells and al
most toppled over. The first few
rieses of Doan's Kidney Pills relieved
me and one box f'ved me up in fine
Price COc at all dealers. Don't
simply eek for a kidney remedy-?ot
Doan's Kidney Pille-the flame Jiat
Mr. Hall had. Fosier-Mllburu Co.,
Crops. Buffalo, N. Y.
Mary Pickford as "Mistress Nell" la
Feature Film Version of Celebrat
ed Romantic Play Today.
Mary Pickford, thc genius cf the
screen, who appears exclusively in
prodnctioaauiof..the Famous Players
Film Co., is the star of that company's
bi Milurit five-part photo-adaptation of
the l?mouB play, "Mistress Nell ' iiy
George C. Hazelton, Jr., formerly
Henrietta Croen un's starring vehicle
and thc latest Paramount feature at
In this celeurated drama of the
days of the gay King Charles IL'
"Little Mary piays the title role of
pretty Nell Gwyn, tho whimsies',
daring and p'ouant little favorite of
thc pnb>ic-and the monarch of Kug
land, whose bravery and wit pave her
royal lover from treachery at home
and abroad, and free him at th_> same
time from the tolls of a designing
woman, who trica to steal bia heart
from Nell, a-, veil as to wrest his
kingdom from him, to give to France.
It la Louise, Duchess of Portsmouth,
who undertake* this double plot, but
little Nell Gwyn, the actress, clever
ly sees through the plans of 'ho siren
diichcss, ano sets at work to protect
her loved kit g. After angering u id
baffling Louis-? in a score of counter
plota. Mistress Nell, from a hiding
place, sees the signing of certain pa
pers which are to place England in'
the hands of France, if they reach
their destination. This Nell deter
mines shall never be, and in thc guise
of a young blade of fashion-she wins
tho confidence of Louise, and is her
self given the documents to deliver.
Needless to say, the papers are never
delivered, except to the King of Eng
land, together with a missive f>*om
Louise, which, intended for France's
monarch, plainly reveals her duplici
ty.. How Mell fortier outwits the
vengejjfl woman and wins back her
royal lover's heart and trust ls dra
matically developed in this dashing
romance ot the swashbuckling period
of hearts and swords.
Mary Pickford lends a now- and
vivid beauty to?"MlBtreos Nell," aud
throughout the story wears several
changes of costume, first as the ac
tress, then as Mistress Nell,' thc
sweetheart of the king, and finally as
the cavalier in which disguise she clr-^
cumvents the plots of the schemers
against the king. It ls difficult to say
in which dress "Little Mary" is more
captivating, but throughout the entire
Characterization she is completely ir
The feature will be at the Para
Damage Estimated at $3,500
Wim $2,000 Insurance-Oth
WALHALLA. Apr fu?!-A very quiet
wedding was olemnlzed on Saturday
at the Jhome ot Mr. and Mrs. J. E.,
Kelley, st Tomassee when their daugh
ter. Miss Ruth, waa married to Mr.
J. T. Chatham of Greenville. The
ceremony was porfornjed by Rev. G.
M. Wilcox at three o'clock and the
bridal party left Immediately In aa
automobile for Seneca, where they
boarded the Southern train for Wash
ington and othr points. Mr. and Mrs?
Chatham will make their home tn
Greenville, after their return.
The residence of Mr. John F. Craig
was destroyed by fire on Sunday at
1 o'clock, the fire having its origin
tn a defective flue. Mr. Craig's loss
ls about $3,500 with $2,000 insurance.
Several residences . a block away
caught from sparks, but all were dis-,
?overod In time to prevent serious
damage. During March- there har?
been av?rai fires itt Walhalla, but the
burning of Mr. Craig's home was the
moat destruc?i7e fire that has been
reV-orded this year. *?
Mr. Jgmes Jones died on Satui day
night after a two weeks' illness of
paralysis at hi? home in the, Ebeneser
section of the county. Mr. Jones was
a Confederate soldier, a good citi
zen, and a prosperous farmer. The
waa burled at Ebeneser after appro
priate funeral services.
R. E. LEE CHAPTER.
A meeting of Kl. E. Lee Chapter. D.
I). 0. will be held Thursday after
noon at) Hotel Qhlqooie at 4 o'clock.
This ls the regular monthly meeting
of the Chapter and ? foil attendance
pi members ls requested.
mit OF 6ISH0PVILLE
AGENT JOYS' CLUBS
IS MAXING STUDY OF
WORK BEFORE AN
WAS DIST. AGENT
For Uni tedi State* Demonstration
Bureau-?To Encourage Pig
Prom The ?tate.
"lt is my hope to place the bo/3'
agricultural cluba of South Carolina
upon e.tlrtn basia and to develop the
work to thc beat of nly ability und
I realise that to do this I must have
the cooperation of the buslnesi men.
schools ana the parents," said L. L.
Baker of Bishopvllle. who has been
named by the United States depart
ment- of agriculture as State ugent for
the boys'agricultural club* in South
Carolina. Afr. Hale r was among the
visitors in Columbia yesterday. Dur
ing the day he called upon Cc v. Man
ning and was assured the cooperation
of the chief executive.
For the past several years Mr.
Baker bas Served ably as the district
agent for the United States farm
demonstration Work, having- change of
tito Pee Deo Counties.
At the present time Mr. Baker is
studying the situation cat of nil. He
I will not try tc push his pian of re
! organizing-thc corn and pig cluba un
til the fail He will try to stimulate
interest In the clubs that have al
ready boan organized. Next year lie
hopes to have these clubs organized
in every county in the State. Ile be
lieves that several thousand boys will
be enlisted in the work.
"I wUI pay particular attention to
llyp stock. I will try to organize as
many pig clubs us possible and o
course. I W*H n?t neglect the corn
clubs," s?id Mr. Baker yesterday.
?ftr.111 Revire (lobs.
Several years ago the corn clubs
flourished In South Carolina Dur
ing the past two years the Interest has
dwindled,. It is the purpc.se of Mr.
Baker to revive Interest in the club.-.
To do th?3 he must have the coopera
tion ot the, schools and of the moth
ers and fathers. "These young boya
will be the fathers of tomcrrow,"
said Mr. Baker, "and I will use every
effort to make them successful farm
South Carolina is one of thc first
States in thej?outh. to pave an agent
In charge of xheSe agricultural cluba
and .the work here will be watched
wltn Interest, by thc officers in the
national department ot agriculture.
Crop rotation, soil building and thc
growing of live atcrk will bo espe
cially, stressed in the campaign which
Mr. Baker i3 conducting.
The work lc to be done In conjunc
tion with two ' extension department
of Clemson College.
Closest Friend of
Pr?sident After Peace
??BF ? ' '-?KBK.
E. JL House.
E. M. House, formerly of Texas,
who la tho closest friend ot President
Wilson, according to nil appearances,
ls now abroad trying to learn un
officially If the warring nations will
consider terms of peace The report
of tho purpose of Mr. House's visit
has been denied In Washington, but
the evidence In Europa that he was
sounding nrtmlor* and chaoellore
there bas ?tn unmistakable.
Mr. Honar ls ?ne of the mysteries
of the prestent administration. While
ho is very close to the president
Utity ia known about him. He shuns
notoriety, atony ttaa* the president
has stopped a' Ma home when In
New York; and once within the por
tals nothing cnn disturb him. Efforts
of politicians to use Mr. House In
getting Into the good graces or the
president havo failed? and now no
one makes such effort.! Yet it ls ap
parent Hn ' Washington that he ls
thought so much cf.that a recom
mendation from him wonld go farther
than that of any ono else In the
8ao?C* Net Feel niscoaragad.
- 80 maay people troubled with Indi
gnation, end constipation have been
benefited by taking Chamberlain's
Tablets that no one should feel dis
couraged who has not given them s
trial. They contain no pepsin or
other digestive ferments but strength
en the stomach and enable lt to per
fon? 1U. functions naturally. Obtain
A SICK STOMACH
"Pape'? Diapepsin" ends all stom
ach distress in five *
Time it! Tape's Dlapepsln, will di
gest anything you eat and overcome n
sour, gassy or out-of-order stomach
surely within Ave minutes.
If your meals don't flt comfortably,
or what you eat Hes like a lump ot
lead in your stomach, or if you have
heartburn, that is a sign ot indiges
Get from your pharmacist a fif
ty-cent case of Papa's Dispepsia and
take a dose just as soon as you can.
There will be no sour risings, no
belching ot undigested food mixed
with acid, no stomach gas or heart
burn, fullness or heavy feeling in the
stomach, nausea, debilitating head
aches, dizziness or intestinal griping.
This will all go, and besides, there
will be no sour food left over in the
stomach to poison your breath with
Pape'8 Dlapepsln is a certain cure
for out-of-order stomach, because it .
takes hold of your food and digests it
just the same as if your stomach
Relief in five minutes from all stom
ach misery ia waiting for you at any
These large fifty-cent cases contain
enough "Pepe's Dlapepsln" to keep ,
the entire family free from stomach
disorders and indigestion for many
months. It belongs in your home.
A Gt nd Show at Ute Palmett.) This
Zarrow's American Girls, assisted
bv the clever comedians, (black fac
Vd German and otherwise, together
with a very vivacious and pretty pony
chorus) amused and entertained a !
fair sized audience yesterday after
noon at the Palmetto.
Plnkston has a very good show this
week; one away above the overage
tab shows. The acting, singing, dane- 1
ing and costuming of thc entire com
pany is Indeed clever for a show at
the price. The dancing of two buck
and wing dancers was fine. Taken all
in all, the Zarrow American Girls .
will please the patrons of the Palmet
to theatre thoroughly. The widening
of the stage, and the new scenery
have added quite a good deal to the
attractiveness of the Palmetto thea
tre. It not ?nfy gives'the deters more 1
room, but the nnwneBs, snd the beau
ty of the scenery have added a good
deal to the general impression creat
ed by any show appearing there. .
Mrs. J. Vi. Wlddcws of AMuntu Enter
talus in Honor bf Miss Galley of Ita.
Mr.- and Mrs. J. Marvin Wlddowa
entertained' a 'few friends at their
home ni West End Park, Thursday
evening In honor of their guest. Mis J
Pearle Galley who is spending the
winter in Atlanta, attending the At
lanta Conservatory ot Music. Pro
gressive cards was the feature of the
evening, Mrs. W. ll. Allen making top
Tho punch bowl embanked in vio
lets was presided over by little Miss
Maxine Wlddowa and at the end of the
game a delightful Balad course with
coffee was served.
Those present were Misses Corime
Anderson, Anna Hale, Zadie' Steward,
Pearle Galley, Catherine Dcvoore,
Messrs. Walter Lee. Poy DlBmarkes,
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Allan, and Mr.
and Mrs. Freeman Hitchcock.
Following Is the ?3t of letters re
maining for in the' post otnee at An
derson for the week ending April 7,
Persons calling for these will please
say that they were advertised. One
cent due on all advertised matter.
B-Mrs. S. C. Burden, R. F>. Brin
de, Mrs. Mary Bound, Julia Bunch
ana, H. C. Bridges.
D-Mrs. Viola D?an, Mrs. Ruth
E-Editor Daily Sun.
G^-John M. Galloghy. McCord Gal
leghy, R. B. Green.
H-M. B. Hamilton.
J-Lishe* Jones, Alice Johnson.
?M- Mrs. Patrick H, McDonald, Low
Mattison, Alberta Meby.
N-Mrs. Coila Nance.
R-C. E. F.<?ed. Hoster Rolt, Lola
Rogers, Lillie Reed.
8-8. E. Smith, Miss Elizabeth
Steward. E. H. Simmons.
T-J. M. Thompson. Mrs. .M E.
Thrasher, Miss essie Tyson.
W- Edle Willard. J. C. White, Miss
L. F. West, Mrr. R. E. Watson.
We will close down our ginnery for
the season on the 15th of April, .'ar
itea having cotton to ctn will please
bring it in before that tinte.
. Peoples OH A Fertilizer Co.
Wanted to buy a lot of baled pea
rlne hay. Will pay *20 per ton deliv
ered at county home for No. 1 hay.
J. MACK KING.
NOTICE-AS TO COaf MUTATION
All persons liable to- road tax for
1915 are hereby notified that the time
for payment to tho county treasurer of
uCd taxes will expire on the 1st day
Df May. 1915. After that date a penal
ty will be attached.
J. MACK KINO.
for yourself, if you seek men, if y(
Twenty-five words or lo ss, One 1
Biz Times f LOO.
All advertisement over twenty-di
word. Rates on 1.000 words to
No advertisement taken for l*ss
If your name appears in the tele
your want ad to 321 and a bill will
FOB SALK-Potato slips. Get your
ground ready as we will have ship
ments early next week. Furmun
Smith, Seedsman, Phone 464.
, ? * _
THE DRY STOVE WOOD we sell ls
certainly giving tho best of satis
faction. How .do we know? By the
repeating ordere from satisfied cus
tomers.- Stove wood cut any
length. B. N. Wyatt. Phone 182.
DO YOU eat to live, or live to cat?
Well, no matter which in either
case whenever you wish to oat
something good, and don't cure to
pay all you've got for it, come lo
the "Little Gem" Cate, No. \28 W.
Whitner 8t, J.'E. Derrick, Propr.
BUCK-EYE BARBER SHOP-Hair
cut 15c, shave 10. Best service. Sat
isfaction guaranteed. C. A. McClain,
4 FEW BOA BOERS cnn be accom
modated at 210 Weil Whitner St..
next doo rv above Opera* House. Ex
lent tabled fftod. Rates reasonable.
4-5-3L , \_
POTTO* SEfe?fe have a fine lot of
Cleveland and Sunbeam at $1.00
per bushol "Thc Turner Farm." ia
about midway between 'Craft's and
Halley's Ferry just serosa tito riv
er in Hart County, Georgia. J. D'.
LOST-A r.ng vlh . two diamonds.
Reward if t..-.uri?c? ?1 Intelligencer.
Now is Hie time to have ya
and summer service. 1 can vul
new ones. See me for
tires and accessories. Also the
better known as the clover leaf
All repair work guaranteed.
Free air to customers.
108 N. Met
Business Phone 270.
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if IB l?O-'N BACH TOWN and
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A*h1?ndn^U_>a^a M?? ?ola^a?^yaar. ?
riding, very durable and un?d budd* w'U? \
a special ouatlty o?ubber. which nov. ar be
comas po rona ana which dame* op small
panetons without aupwlae air to ??oap?. Tl
DO^WW ^^n^an^Crtwu^^U-^Uio j^ncUjrt
are -ano* a special factory t
.4.St? per p_ri? All orders ahlpaed aS-M dal
ieeatved. wa Wi ll ship co.D. oa aspi>cw?J
is gone. Tomorrow does not ex
ODAY is the day of Opportunity,
the coloumn of opportunities. Read
e it-if you seek a broader opening
)u want to buy or sell machinery.
'une 25 cents. Three Tunes 60 cents.
re words prorata tor each additional
i be used in a month made on aypli
than 26 cents, cash In cd van ce.
?phone directory yon can telephone
be mailed after Its insertion, for
WANTED TO SELL-Sandy 8prings.
Kura! Water Works, supplies
farms with water ter stock aud
home. No rams und no pumps.
Erected by manufacturers. For
prices and information, apply to
Rochester & Smith, Sandy Springs,
WANTED-To buy 50 to 100 bushols
peas at SI.CO per bushel. J. J.
WANTED-A reliable representative
in every community to act as agent
for The Intelligencer. Liberal com
missions paid. Apply The Anderson
FOR DENT-Store recently occupied
by The Intelligencer Job Printing
Department If interested In a finn
stand and good proposition, apply
to The Intelligencer. 3-13-tt
FOR RENT-5 roora house, all con
veniences. Corner 8. Manning and
Johns St. Mrs. Henty Gossett.
FOR RENT-Ono seven-room cottage
for rent-Crayton street 407, pos
session given at once. Apply to
James F. Rice. Office over old post
office, Anderson. 8. C.-4-G-3tp.
FOR RENT-Ono five-room house on
McCulley street. Modern conven
iences. Apply to N. C. Burriss.
FOLEY KIDNEY PRIS
li* BACanCHe Kian va AND cLAUBig
ur tires repaired for thc spring
Canize your old .tires or sell you
Residc.it Thone 814.
district to rta? sod exhibit s samplo latest Model
xnUhedbyu*. OurBlderAevaU everywhere aro
unie fot full partteutanandnteeiat offer at once.
't/t?i* U^blcyicle ?nd pot*t toVny test yoawUtf
tpcrfecUrsatUflodordonotwuihto keep Ute bi
ona ?tourexpeiuieand vnuutllnotbeopiojucent.
nts? We fundan thehighest STsdeMcrrJesit 1?
UH poealbie to make at ene amaU profit above
." You ??ve WO Ul?mWdlemeaViprofltaby buy
receive oar catalogua? andlearn oar unheard cX
remartabto epeekU offen.
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