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"Style" determines "Place"
"Style" is not so much a matter of
WHAT you wear as HOW you wear
The STYLE of your outer apparel
depends largely upon your Corset!
Let our Corsetieres fit you iii your
new Mod'M in
F r o 1 a s e t
Front Laced Corset*
and you will have the correct founda
tion to "set oft" to best advantage the
new Styles in outer apparel! '
Exceptional values at
$3.00 $5.00 $7.50
?Mrs. B. Graves Boyd
Agent McCall Patterns^
As We Advance
in civilization we learn to be more Sanitary, but no house
can be entirely sanitary when infested with the FILTHY FLY,
the "Common Carrier" of disease. To get next to him we
must not allow hf.y. to come in contact with us and our food,
and the only way to accomplish this is by the use of SCREEN
DOORS and WINDOWS. We have them.
Also a car load of Bronze, Galvanized and Painted Screen
Wire,-cut ta any size desired.
* Sullivan Hardwaire Co.
Anderson, S. C. Belton, S. C.
Wc are making* a good fertilizer for gardens that we can
sell for $3.3o a sack. It will make a wonderful improvement
In your vegetables.
Anderson Phosphate and Oil Co.
Make? flt Fed Like 16.
"I Buffered wRh..kidney ailment for
two years." writes Mrs. M. A. Bridges,
Robinson, Miss, "and comrnenced tak
ing Poley Kidney Pl?!s about ten
mouths ago. 1 am now able to do ail
my work without f?tlguo. I am now
61 years of age and feel like' a 16
year-old girl." Poley Ktdoer Pills
strengthen and invigorate weak, tired
and deranged kidneys; relieve back
ache, weak back, rheumatism and
bladder trouble. They are tonic lu
aotion. Evans Pharmacy.
Charleston & Western Carolina
Railway will opernto Special Train
April 9th from Calhoun Palls, Lown<
desville, Barnes. Iva and Starr to Au
dersoo and return account the Ander
son County School Fair and Field
Day, giving entire day in Anderson.
For special round trip rates and
schedules, ask depot Ucket agents, or
T. B. CURTIS
It. J- LEGON, chief of the Green
ville Fire Department, waa in the city
ye..erday for a few hourn, and while
here called upon chief Jackson of tho
tocal fire department. Chief Legon ia
one of the best Gre fighter? in the
State and has hi? department worked
up to u wonderful ?tate of efficiency.
C. P. DALLENGEK, city engineer of
Greenville, wa? In Anderdon yesterday
for a short while, having come over
for the purpose of conferring with
Resident Engineer Wade Sunders of
the local paving commission regard
ing matt? ? ? pertaining to work which
ls to be done lure soon. Mr. Bal
langer ls a native of Seneca nnd has
boen city engineer ut Greenville for
a number of years.
"TUB" WILLIAMSON, a paving
contractor, wa? a visitor In the cf'.y
yesterday, having como here for the
nm nose of getting in touch with those
who are to bc in charge of the Btreet
puvlng work that is to be undertaken
in Anderson in tho immediate futuro.
J He was formerly connected with the
Wost Construction company, of Chat
? tanoogn, Tenn., who put down most
of Greenville's street paving. Mr. Wil
liamson ls traveling representative of
Robert C. Lassiter, a paving contrac
tor of Oxford, N. C.
EDGAR E. FAUST, of Columbia, ia
in thc Hiv for a few dav.-, the guest
ot his sister. Mys. Sam Trowbridge.
ROBERT C. WEBB, of Webb &
Webb, West Whitnor street grocers,
is out again after a rather protracted
and severe attack of la grippe.
MR. AND MRS. A. V. BARNES, of
Lowndesvllle, were visitors in the city
yesterday. Mr. Barnes is engaged in
the mercantile business at Lowndes
vllle and is trna of the most ' sub
stantial und highly esteemed citizens
of his section of Abbeville county.
MRS. HENRY MOBLEY, of Lown
desvllle, was among the shoppers in
tho city yesterday.
MPS. J. L. WRIGHT, of the Roberts
sectlo.. of the county, was among the
visitors in the city yesterday.
MRS. JOHN HORTON. of Belton,
was In thc city-yesterday for a few
BEN PEARMAN, of Starr was
among the visitors in the city yea-11
tcrday. He was at one time supervisor
of Anderson county, a job which he
filled most acceptably.
T. B. MEACHAM, of Greenwood, a
well known traveling man. was in
the city yesterday. He represents a
largo drug house of Columbia and
makes Anderson frequently.
FRED DEAN, of Starr, well known
and prosperous farmer, was a visitor
in the city yesterday.
MR. AND MRS. W. J. MeCowan. of
the Mountain Creek section, wero in
the city yesterday for a few hours.
MISS MAMIE HARRIS, who form
erly worked with A. Lesser of thin
city, now holds a responsible position
With one of the largest dry goods
?tores in Danville, Vs? \_'
o THESE, IE BELGIANS o
u WOULD BRING TEAKS o
"Yesterday, 60 years ago." Bald
Wm. F. Lee of Co. D., Hampton Le
gion, speaking ot April 4, 1865, "Gus
idUllikln. Marcus Muinyin and I,
marching on our way to Farmville.
Va., atopped. near a small dwelling.
We saw a few children out at the
cowpen and went over to them. The
eldest, a little girl omewhore be
tween nevon and . nine, was milking
and we asked her could we get any
thing to eat there. *I will go Into the
house in a minute,' she answered,
'and bake you some cornbread; that's
Bil we have, some corn meal.'
"Where ia your motherr* I asked
" 'Mother is dead.' sahl she.
"Where is your father?" I asked
".Father 1B in the war.'
" 'And are you three little children
all hero by yourselvesf"
"'Yes, but there is-one more-tho
baby is in the house.'
"Well," we told her. "we sro not
going to take away bread from you
little ' chaps." but she insisted that
we walt a few minutes and she
would bake us nome bread and we
roust take lt.
."Thit was heroism," continued Mr.
Lee, "and there were as many piti
ful eases of desolate homes in * those
days aa thore are now commanding
grief in Belgium, but no one shed
tears over them or scarce, remember
DOW that seen children lived."
Mr. Lee continued: "But we got
ber to tell na where was the nearest
mill, and she directed us a mlle
down the creek. We went . Into the
tnlll and Marcus told the negro mill
or to fchow him what flour in the
placo belonged to the richest mau.
He showed us; away back, about
eight or ten wooden barrels full. They
belonged to 'Marse' Somebody.
" 'Here get me an ax and open un
MISS PEARL LONG, of Starr, was
among the shoppers in the city yes
HENRY MOSELEY, of Lowndesvllle
returned home yesterday after a
.....rt visit Anderson. H? is h
prominent and successful banker of
J. L. JA'.h SON. of iva, wu? arnon ?
tho visitors In the city yesterday. He
i?us at un', tune u member of the An
derson county delegation to the gen
HENRY JACKSON, of Iva, was n
visitor in Hie city yesterday. He has
just returned from an extended stuy
lu the Land cf Flowers.
I HANK PATTISON, of Holton,
was among tho visitor In the city
yesterday. He is a prominent mer
chant of that town and has nie
with success In his business.
JOHN COX. a well known farmer
of the Hammond school .section, was
in the city yesterday for a short
while on business.
MRS. Vf. B. SCUDDAY. of Starr,
was among the shoppers in the city
MRS. E. C. MACHINE and son,
Morris, of lowndesvllle, have re
turned home after a short visit in
J. B. KAY, of Lowndesvllle, passed
through the city yesterday en route
to Ellenton, S. C., where he is teach
ing this year.
JAMES T. ERWIN, of Antrevillo.
was in the city yesterday for a short
while. Hu is a United States mail
C. L. TURNER, of Honea Path, has
returned home after a Hhort stay In
WILL CLINKSCALES. of Belton,
was among the visitors in the city
HENRY MARTIN, of Liberty, was
in the city yesterday for a short
while on business. He suffered an
?ccldent to his knee some time ago
ind is using crutches for tho present.
R. R. DOYLE, of Lebanon, was
imong tho visitors in the city yes
J. R. CHAMBLEE, of the Moun
aln Creek section, waa in the- oily
yesterday for a short while on buBt
AMOS MASTERS, of tho Mountain
?reck section, was a visitor in the city
J. T. MILFORD, of the country,
vas among the visitors in the city
DR. ANDERSON, of Antreville, waa
imong the visitors lu the city yester
lay. He ls a widely known and pap
ilar physician of that section.
S. A. McGILL, of Iva. waa among
ho visitor.! in the city yesterday. Ho
s chief of police at Iva and a fear
ess and efficient officer. ?
me of them,' said Marcus. The ne
?TO nearly scared to death, refused,
laying we must not take the flour or.
ie would be flogged.
"'Bring me an az here at once,'
ommanded Marcus, 'and knock In the
lead of this barrel or I'll knock
.ours," which brought the axe in
mick time and we carried away 25
>r SO pounds of flour. We reached a
muse about half a mlle away and
itarted to go in there to have bread
looked when the old lady mother of
he house and one of her daughters
.an out meeting us and the mother
ell on the neck of Guss, kissing him
ind crying over him, while the
laughter was tearfully walting her
urn, and we. Marcus and I, were
mvying Guss the warm reception and
tisses he waa getting, till Guss tear
ng himself away and wondering what
vas the matter led the mother to un
terstand mer mistake, thal Guss was
lot lier absent son returning after so
ong from the war. She dried nor
ears best she could, and for the love
if Guss, who looked like her boy,
irought us Into the house, and our
lour soon was worked luto dough
ind put to bake. The broad . waa
learly ready to be placed on tho
able when in walked three more felt
ows, one of them, Sergeant Jackson
if Co. I or maybie K, of our regl
nent. bo carrying a ham. I never
isked him where he got lt or how
nuoh a pound, but we prepared for
he feast, while the girls were en
oying cooking and making all haste;
he mother often looking at Gus.-;,
ind Guss aa we told him, wanting to
te kissed again.
Wo relished the good dinner-the
tame of dinner being almost forgot
en by us. This was Tuesday. We
tad had nothing to eat since the
Jonday before and that Was only a
neck, just enough to make one hun
?NOW HILL ITEMS.
Tho farmers of-this community are
vorklng hard to get as much work
lone as they cap while the beautl
ul westher lasts.
Mr. Curtis Simmons spent Tuesday
light with Mr. James A. Drake.
There was a nice little shower of
.now early Wednesday morning.
All of the people are honing that
he war lp Europe will soon-close and
he farmers will get a good price tor
heir cotton this fall.
Mrs. A. D. Fish?"-, and her little
laughter Eunice spjnt Thursday wtth
1er brother, Mr. Black Reed.
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it is because her active and unusual
piychic power and marvelous insight
into human lifo and destiny have
proven of permanent and practical
assistance to those who have con
sulted her that Zorada Izmar, the
great psychologist, who is perma
nently located at 408 N. McDuffle St.,
ia kept busy long after oillce boura,
which aro from 10 u. m. until 8 p.
There is nothing of the Gipsy about
her readings; the truths that are told
you are so startling and they come in
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and one whoso knowledge of her par
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She is one of the favored persons
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as well as her ability to read what
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deeds, mortgages, lost or stolen prop
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You need have no fear of unpleas
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This great Life Reader's parlors at
408 N. McDuffle St. are so arranged
that you meet no strangers. Special
readings for this week EOcts. .
We will close down our ginnery for
the season on the 16th of April. Pnr
ites having cotton to gin will please
bring it In before that time.
Peoples Oil & Fertilizer Co.
Wanted to buy a.lot of baled pea
vine hay. Will pay ?'O per ton deliv
ered ai county home, for No. 1 hay.
J. MACK KINO.
SOTICE- AS TO COMMUTATION
All persons. liable to road tax for
1915 arq, hereby notified that the time
Tor payment to the county treasurer ot
mid taxes will expire on the 1st day
of May, 1915. After mat date a penal
ty will be attached.
J. MACK KINO.
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of thu Pendleton Cotton
Mill will be held at the Bank of Pen
illeton, S. C.. on April 19th, at 2
o'clock for the purpose of electing
offlcera for the year, and tho trans
action of any other business that may
como before tho meeting.
By order of the treasurer.
J. W. SANDERS.
Watch your oppor
Our classified ad.
page, is a page of op
lt's the short cut to
many a successful busi
ness deal. ,
Watch it !
Profit by it!
.w y? m i tcrday is gone. Tomorrow does not ex
Li V? ist- TODAY is tne day of Opportunity.
jp ?? This is the coloumn of opportunities. Read
?"?"^ P**^ ?t. Use it-if you seek a broader opening
for yourself, if you seek men, if you want to buy or sell machinery,
Want Advertising Rates
Tw?nty-Kve words or lesa, Ons Time 26 cents, Three Tunes 60 cents.
Six Times $1.00.
All advertisement over twenty-five words prorata for each additional
word. Hates on 1,000 words to be used in a month made on appll
No advertisement taken for loss than 26 cents, cash In advance.
If your name appears In the telephone directory yon can telephone
your want ad to 321 and a bill will be malled after its insertion for
FOK SALE-Potato slips. Oct your
ground ready as we will have ship
ments early next week. Furman
Smith, Seedsman, Phono 464.
THE DRY STOVE WOOD we sell is
certainly giving the best of satis
faction. How do we know? By tho
repeating orders from satisfied cus
tomers. Stove wood cut any
length. B. N. Wyatt. Phono 182.
WANTED TO SELL-Sandy Springs,
Kural Water Works, supplies
fa nu with water for stock and
home. No rama and no pumps.
Erected by manufacturers. For
prices and information, apply to
Rochester Sc Smith, Sandy Springs,
DO YOU eat to live, or live to eat?
Well, no matter which in either
case whenever you wish to eat
something good, and don't care U?
pay all you've got for lt, come to
the "Little Oem" Cafe, No. 128 W.
Wbltner St., J. E. Derrick, Propr.
BUCK-EYE BARBER SHOP-Hair
cut 15c, shave 10. Best service. Sat
isfaction guaranteed. C. A. McClain,
I FEW BOARDERS can be accom
modated at 210 West Whltner St.,
next door above Opera House. Ex
lent table food. Rates reasonable
L'OTTON SEED-I have a ?no lot of
Cleveland and Sunbeam at $1.00
per bushel "The Turner Farm." is
about midway between Craft's and
Hailey's Ferry just across the riv
er in Hart County, Georgia, J*. D
Turner, Hartwell, Ga.-4-6-6tp.
WANTED-To buy 50 to 100 bushels
peas at $1.00 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 RENT-Store recently occupied
by The Intelligencer Job Printiug
Department If interested in a fino
stand and good proposition, apply
to The Intelligencer. 3-13-tt
FOR RENT-fi room house, nil con
veniences. Corner S. Manning and
Johns St. Mrs. Beaty Gossett.
?ORN. CORN.-Bring your corn to
Faht's Grist'Mill and get a square
deal. We have a new modern corn
mill and corn sheller. You get the
free uso of sheller. Our mill is op
posite Brissey's Lumber Yard, ?on
Blue Ridge railway. Will grind
your oats for 5c per bushel. Faht's
iUlCK TORPEDO ROADSTER-In
excellent condition, for sale at sa
crifica W. D. McLean,' Ligan &
Ledbeti?" liultdlng.-4-8-tf. *
FOR RENT-One seven-room cottage
for rent-Crayton street 407, pos
session given at once. Apply to
James F. Rice. Office over old post
office, Anderson, S. C.-4-6-3tp.
FOR RENT-One five-room house on
McCulley street. Modern conven
iences. Apply to N. C. Burriss.
.OST-A r.ng wih two diamonds,
toward if i et urned to Intelligencer.
Taking* Care of the Children,
No parents would consciously be
areless of th? children. Joe A. Roz
a?rin, Clarkson, Nebr., uses Foley's
loney and Tar for his two children
or croup, coughs and colds. He
ays, "We are never without - Foley's
loney and Tar in the house." A- dis
ressing cough, sleepless nights, and
aw, inflamed- throat lead to a run
?own condition in which the child is
ot able to reals, contagious or infeo
ions-diseases. Foley's Honey and
'ar ls truly healitg and prompt In
etlon. Evans Phar.uacy. - ?
DR. J. E. WATSON
Office in'Ligon & Ledbetter Building.
North1 Main Street.
Office Phone 210.
Residence Phone 386.
Fish of all kinds, Shrimp, Crab,
and other sea food at all times at
moderate prices. Phone us your,
wants, and let us AU them. Prompt
FISH PRESSED FREE
c m POWER
Phorie 11^, Cor. McDuffle and Benson
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