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This Afternoon and Night
Electricia and Her Company
The Human Dynamo
Sec this wonderful feature act, especially for the ladies and children
Lost In Mid-Ocean-3 reels
lliis picture will bc shown today sine, il failed to a; rive yesterday, but will certainly conic
Admission Sc and 10c. SUPERB MUSIC
ALL NEXT WEEK STARTING MONDAY, APRIL 12TH
Fountain Stock Co.
IN HIGH CLASS DRAMATICAL PRODUCTIONS-PROGRAM CHANGED DAILY
Ladies free with each 30c ticket purchased before Monday 6 p. m.
Reserved Seats on Sale Friday, April 9th.
Admit? ion 10c, 20c, 30c.
CAR HERE APRIL 14
CLEMSON COLLEGE PREP AR
ING A TREAT FOR FARM
ERS OF THIS SECTION
Esperta 'Will Lecture on Dairying
.Bel Poultry Raising and Give
? A splendidly equipped 'Dairy In
struction Car," Including a poultry
exhibit, has been lent to Clemsun Col
lege ty the Southern Raliway, and,
accompanied by dalry and poultry ex
ports, ls going: to be sent on a tour of
this'State, visiting Anderson on Wed
nesday, April 14. The car will be
open for'Inspection and lectures will
be given and demonstrations held be
tween the hours bf 10 a. m. and noon
and 3 and 4 o'clock p. m.
The csv ls splendidly equipped and
will be accompanied by experts from
Clemson College who win lecture and
adte dalry demonstrations and answer
questions pertaining to this subject.
There will be practical demonstra
tions In dslry equipments, handling
of milk and' its products and butter
making. ?Sj well a? lectures by dairy
This car wilt. be equipped with
model poultry appliances and the
poul try men of Clemson College will
The comiug of this car ls aanounced
In large display posters which have
been sent out by Prof. W. W. Lung.
State Agent and Director of Exten
sion Work, with headquarters at
Ladles are specially Invited to at
tend the lectures and view, the dem
In view of the fsct thst cream route
work was recently started out of An
derson, snd hss met with such phe
nomenal success, the announcement of
coming of this car will doubtless
prove of particular Interest to a large
number of people of Anderson county,
md particularly those living along
this. croam route.
Prof. D. W. Watkins, dalry expert
of Clemson College, has been 1.'. the
etty recently Investigating the prac
ticability of starting up another cream
route here. He has been making a
survey of the situation with a view of
establishing a route that would start
in the city, add go in the direction of
Brit-m, by way of the Drake place.
Tho schedule of the dslry Instruc
tion car. as published by Prof. Long,
ls as follows:
Apr. 14, Wed.. Anderson. 10:00 to
12:00 a- m.. and 2:00 to 4:00 p. m.
Anr. 15. Thurs.. Walhalla. 10:00 to
12:00 a. m.. and 1:30 to 3:00 p. m.
Aor. 16. Fri.. Westminster.-10:00 to
12:00 a. m.. and 2:00 to 4:00 p. m.,
Apr. 17. Sat,. Liberty. 10:00 to 12:00
a. m.. and 2:00 to 4:00 p. m. '
Apr. 19. Mon. Easter. 10:00 to 12:00
a. m.. and 2:00 to 4:00 p. m.
Anr. 20, Tues.. Oreen ville. 10:00 to
12:00 a. m., and 2:00 to 4:00 p. m.
Apr. 21. Wed., Pelter. 10:00 to 12:00
a. m.. and 2:00 to 4:00 p. m.
Apr. 22. Thurs., Campobello, 10:00
to 12:00 a. m.. and 2:00 to 4:00 p. m.
This is the final episode of this great
serial production. See this.
. . ' IUI!'".Ml I --.- ,,",
RAINDROPS AND GIRLS-Sterling
Apr. 23, Fri., York vii lc. 10:30 to
12:00 a. m., and 2:30 to 4:00 p. ni.
Apr. 24. Sat.. Rock Hill, 10:00 to
12:00 a. m.. and 2:00 to 4:00 p. m.
A SPLENDID WILD
WEST SHOW HERE
Noxon Hippodrome Carnival is
Enjoying Good Business.
Tho Noxon Hippodrome Shows are
now lp full operation at the circus
lot on East River street, where they
did a good business yesterday and
I last night with the crowds which
went out there to see the shows.
The Wild West 'show is one of the !
very best Wild West shows on the ;
road ; lt drew good crowds, which '
went away well pleased with Ute per
formance. . .
The Motordome was the magnet
which drew those who want excite
ment, sud they were not disappointed.
This it said to be the smallest and
steepest Motordome in existence, snd
the two daredevils who risk their lives 1
In circling lt on nigh powered motor- 1
eyelet ride to within eighteen inches 1
of the very top of the motordome. Ons 1
false move and they would be dashed '
to the bottom, either injured badly 1
for life or killed Instantly. 1
The feature which delights the wo- 1
men and .children ls Prince William. 1
a young roan said to bi eighteen years 1
old, weighing twelve pounds, and so 1
small that they carry bim about In '
a common suit case. He Is truly a 1
marvel. ^ ^ 1
CASCARETS CURE ?I
Tonight 1 Clean your bowel?
and stop headache, colds,
Get a 10-o>nt box. . ^
' Take a Csscaret tonight to cleanse
your Liver, Stomach and Bowels, and
you wilt surely feel great by morning.
You ??.en and women who have head
ache, coated tongue, a bad cold, are
bilious, nervons, upset, bothered with
a sick, getty, disordered stomach, or
have backache and feel all worn out.
Ara you. keeping your bowels clean
wit? Cas ca rets-or merely rorcing a 1
passageway every few days * with
salts, cathartic pills or cattor oil?
Cascarela loused lately cleans and
regulate the . stomach.. remove the
spur, undigested end fermenting food
and foti gases; take the excess bile
from tbs liver and carry off the. con
stipated watte. matter and pelton
from the vowels.'
Remember a Csscaret to-night will
straighten you out by morning A
ifl ?eat-b^?Oja^ytw $taggtst mesas
heaWJe*sWctls*; ? dear head
sad cheerfulness for months. Don't
forget the ^children.
Sgieadld fer Skeasactisn.
"I think Chamberlain's Liniment lt
Inst splendid for rheumatism,^ writes
Mrs. IHmburgh. Eldridge, N. Y. "it
has been used "by myself sad otber
members of my family time and ame
agata during tbs patt six years sad
has always gtvtU the bast of aatlsfac
^!on.'* v?ha qnttk relief from pata
K- :a Chamberlain'! Liniment af
s ls alone wonk muy times the
eoM, Obtataabls everywhere.
A John Brennan Comedy and this s a"
MUSS MERING GALLEO
FOD NIGHT APRIL 16
IN COUNTY COURT HOUSE
TO HEAR ADDRESS ON
THE CLEAN UP CAM
Have Been invited to Make the
Adtbresess-Dr. Hine? and
SUte Health Officer.
A inasa moating of citizens of An
dersen bas been called for 8 o'clock
of the evening of April 10. In the
county court house, for tlie purpose
of listening to addresses relating to
"clean up and paint up" week, which
ls tn be observed in thia city this
month. The call for the meeting waa
issued yesterday by Dr. W. Frank
Ashmore, chairman of the board of
nit li and chairman of the general
.mnilttee in charge of arrangements
.or the clean up campaign.
Dr. B. A. Hines, secretary of the
State Medical Association, an?] super
intendent of the Anderson County
Hospital, is one of the speakers se
cured for the mass meeting. An in
vitation has been extended Dr. J.
Adam ?lay... of Columbia, secretary
of the State Board of Health and Sti le
health officer, to deliver an address
ot this mass meeting.
Clean up and paint up week is to be
observed April 19 to 24.
What is unquestionably the beat
troupe of the kind that bas visited
Anderson this season ls holding the
boards at The Palmetto;'this.-week.
Zarross' American Cirls they are call
ed, the troupe being composed of
of three men and some six or eight
young, pretty and vivacious' . girls.
Sparkling tabloid, exceptionably clev
er dancing, good singing and refin
ed comedy, summarizes the character
of the attraction. There is a ch -ige
of bill every day. and. Judging from
the performances which have ?**?**
given already, the longer the show
continues here the better it get*).
Manager Pinkston deserves tbe com
mendation of the public in bringing
to' Anderson this week an attraction
that ls worthy1 of anyone's patronage.
Moreover, he ia ito hg commended for
the rack, that he never attempts* to
fool the public! With his attractions.
When he has got a'good" show to of
ter -he says so', and when the attrac
tion is not up'to the standard he
does not Tail to tell the patrons, and
before they purchase tickets. And
those Who see him advertise this week
know that this is a splendid show he j
ls offering this week can put it n :
their pipes and smoke It.-for lt is true.
Today, tomorrow and Saturday
Manager Bleich ot The Anderson ls of
fering one of the most novel attrac
tions ever seen in the city. The
attraction ls "Electrlcla" and her
company. She is spoken of ss a hu
man dynamo, who gives a wonderful,
death-defining feature ' performance.
She t:?kes her POSI'KH tn an electric ;
cha'i such as those used for electro
cuting condemned/ criminals, and an
Blectriccurrent is passed through her
body in sufficient strength to light an
Incandescent bulb, propel an electric '
Tan, light ? gas "orch and perform otb- 1
ar similar aot-.>. In n. dillon to t'xls.
i he -Mimi run of aplebu.r. moving pic
tures and the excellent orchestral
music will be ot tne program.
THE PARAMOUNT |
Tho picture that bsa caused -more.:
comment than any picture ever pro?
duked will be shown today at tba
Paramount theatre. " lt' ls < entitled
'John Barleycorn** and'is the 'story
sf Jack London's own life, written
by himself. No man br boy should fall
to see this famous picture, n syno
Dftts of which appears ' elsewhere In
The Intelligencer today. Tn addition
to thia, the Paramount will show
today the last episode ot the "Ep
ptolts of Elaine."
At The Garrick today "The Master
Key," No. 16. ls the attraction. This
ls the final episode of this great
serial production. In addition to tills
film, there will be shown today "Rain
drops and Olrla" a John Brennan
xwnedy which ls reputed to be i f . ack
Synopsis of Wonderful Pfim Shewn
- Tsday at The Paramount.
Following ls synopsis of "John
Barleycorn," the title of tho 6 rael
Bosworth film, depicting ?ho lite of
lack London and his mastery df rum,
which wilt be shewn today at -the
"1 taust ask you . to walk with'?rae
In all sympathy and understanding. I
am a normal, average man. To thia,
day I hare a physical loathing for al
cohol, Yet to me as to every mas
and at every lura John Barleycorn
has beckoned. AU paths led to am. I
The first when I wa? only Ure."
The picture ls unique In ?hat it \*
the true story ot a man's ?fe. told
by himself, ?nd frankly taking the
m??mm Into his coufideoee. No man
has eves opened hts.heart or the pases
of, hi; past mare, trtsly than has slr.
Los*** itt tbh> recital.
Six reels .tell the st^ry neatening
Stocks Now Cont
^ ^ f?^ls' SCHLOSS MOS. lc CO
: ".. pi . ?ri
Every man }s now ready for his new Spring Suit.
Our exhibition of the New Spring Styles offers a
splendid oportunity ?to get acquainted with the new
fashions, j y
We welcome you to come here shopping-you
need not buy, but irr justice to yourself, you should
come here looking..
The New Styles are quite different from anything
you have ever seen betjore- they are "liver," snap
_ pir, better cut, mor? youthful looking.
'* One of the new. models is shown here. . lt is not
an extreme model, but one that is very popular.
We are showing this and many more models ?fconi
the famous designers, Schloss Bros. Co. Hundreds
of new suits tb select front7 All the njcw-.fabrics,
colors and shades.
$10.00 $2.00 r
New furnishings too, of every good sort
and kind ai the right prices. Another ship
ment of "Emery" Shirts just In. Better drop
by, and look 'em over.
The One Price Clothiers
i.. j.-?;?, s . t . . . \
.wrlth the little chap of five?, who
drinks beer Intended for bia father,
plowing In the distant field; ? and
ending with the dramatic fight ot the
successful writer of today against
the final mastery of Barleycorn.. .
The gruelling factory toll during
childhood; . the adventurous life In
San Frinclsco Bay aa an oyster pirate,
the scenes aboard the sealer "Sophie
Sutherland" with thc "exploration" of
the <Bontn Islands; he glimpse of
Ssn Francisco's Barbary Coast; Hay
dee and ber lover, the first Influence
which led this former newsboy and
unlearned seal-hunter toward bis
psersent position; and, above'all, the
part John Barleycorn played ingall
this-these art. 'the chief factors' In
the vivid scenes of the play.
Told That There Was its Care fer
.."After suffering for over twenty
years with indigestion and, battas
some bf the best doctors here tell va
?ier? wes tao cure for me. 1 think it
nly right to tell you for tbs sake ot
ether sucerers as ..wett. as ywpr own?
satlsfacUon that a $5 cent bottle of
Chamberlain's Tablet*, tot cfttjr rq
iievcd me but cured'me wlt&ie two
months although I Am a rote of 6G
years." writes Jul. Oroblen, Houston.
Texas. Obtainable fTerywbet?>>r' j
"You may Iowa year Warily, bul you might be polite
enough to insure for their benefit, that much yon owe
Vi? if't v. .
MUTUAL BENEFIT LIFE INSURANCE
M. M MATT1SON, General Agon* ,
C. W. WEBB. District: Agent
J. J. TROWBRIDGE, Special Agent
Specials For Field Day
We haye just received a shipment of "Nifty" Spring
* Neckwear that will appeal to every young man tn tU?^
.county. Prices are r|ght, toi).
REGAL ?xfords arrive? Monday. T6cy are (tie "very
latest'' in up-to-date shoes. Priced '$4.00, $4.5o and
$5.00. Ot^ier New Oxfords at #2.50, ?3.00 and fcj.5o. .
New Style Straw Hats in a great variety of Styler Shirts,
Collars, Neckwear. S??nrfr?r Underwear^ Hosiery, etc., in
an endless variety oftie* style?. - ?
Extreme values ht New Suits at $7.80? $!C.OO, $l*.*fe?
Other Suits from S?8.00 to ?3&00.
Ri W. Trinke
"Th* Vp-to-da? Clothed* '