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12-inch . . .... 12.50
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Two speed ceilings are
$2.oo higher for either size.
" Coffee Percolator
This percolator un
doubtedly makes the lin-,
est coffee ever made; und
lit is made arter you sit
down at thc table with
out any TUBS or trouble,
thus insuring steaming
hot coffee just when you
want it: ?ur ?$5.0Q
price 1B. ^ T
There's nothing handier, more convenient, nor as economical
as an electric iron in the home. They are d* O f\f\
We carry a full line of Oscillating Fans in all sises. Prices on request
118 W. Whitner Slreet. s Phone 223
Prima Donna Soprano of the Metropolitan and
Boston Opera Companies
IN RECITAL ON THE LAST NIGHT OP
The Redpath Chautauqua
Greatest Musical Feature Ever Announced
For Any Chautauqua Program
This Recital Alone Is Worth All That Is Asked For a Season Ticket
Miss Nielsen Will Arrive Here In Her Trivate Car, Which Has Been
Named the "Alice Neilsen" by the Pullman Palace Car Co.
Chautauqua Week May 10th. to 17 th.
Now is the time to have your tires repaired for thc spring
and summer service. 1 can vulcanize your old tires or sell you
new ones. See me for
GOODYEAR AND AJAX
tires andjtccessories. Also the famous
HOWE RED TUBE
better known as the clover leaf tube.
A?1 repair work guaranteed.
Free air to customers;
Templeton's Vulcanizing Works
108 N. McDuffie Street.
Business Phone 270. Resident Phone 814.
New brooms sweep clean!
New rooms ARE clean!
Old rooms MADE clean
by REPAINTING & REPAPERING.
See our WALL PAPER patterns.
Gat tat color cards.
Gat oar PRICES
C. M. GUEST PAINT CO.
If you WW the best-se* GUEST)
O OOO OOOOOOOOOO?O
Mrs. T. CJ Jackson delightfully en
tertained the Sewing. Circle at her
home on River street Wednesday af
ternoon. .The time waa most happily
apont in sew'UR and chatting and
aped so rapidly that it waa not until
gathering darkness warned them of
the lateness of the hour aud that it
waa time to lay aside their sewing and
thank their hostess for a very delight
ful afternoon. Several beautiful se
lections of music were rendered dur
ing the afternoon. A tempting salad
coprse with iced tea waa served.
Mrs. J.:C. Jones baa returned from
a short stay with relatives in Starr.
Mrs. A. C. Townsend and daugh
ters. Mteses t?vie and Alkanxa were
visitors In Anderson Thursday.
Miss Rossie CHnkacaies or Starr
waa thc guest of her slater, Mrs. J.
C. Lig?n Thuraday.
Miss Ray Masters of near . Honea
Path waa ? visitor here Thursday.
Mrs. J. E. Brownlee left Wednes
day for a visit to relativo* In Starr.'
Mr. Kyle Shirley of Anderson .was
in town a (cw boura Wedneaday on
Dr. J. D. Wilson waa a business
visitor In Anderson Thursday.
Mr. Wade Thompson waa a visi
tor Thursday at the home of his sis
ter. Mrs. J. A. M-Allater.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Frank McGee
have returned from Spartanburg,
where they have been for several
days attending the muaic festival.
Miaa Neille Wyatt left Friday for
a few days stay with home folks lo
Mr. Le Roy Sadler was a business,
visitor In Anderson Wednesday.
Mr":. C. D. Evana ls spending this
week in Abbeville with reb?ti r.?
Dr. H. R. Wella of Anderson wss
here a few daya thia week on pro
Mr. and Mrs. S.E. Anderson were
shoppers in Anderson Wednesday.
Dr. E. C. Davenport of Augusta,
waa the guest for a fe wdays
thia Week of Mra. T. R. Miller.
The Ladies Aid ahd Missionary So
clety met Wednesday afternoon ?itu
Mrs. J. C. Llcon. Two Interesting
papers were. i^ad by Mr?. T- C.
Jackson and Miss hula Price. After
the business bad been tram-acted the
bostC8s served a delicious ?,wcct
Miss Sarah Gillila'id, who han bren
^ponding thc past week lu Anderson
has returned home.
Misa Susje Shari?, teacher of Cars
well Institute, spent a short while In
Another pleasant affair of the week
was the meeting of tho PHactlias
which was held with Miss Loi? Jack
8in on Wednesday afternoon. Af Ur
spending a pleasant time In hand
work, a tempting salad course was
The basket ball team of the Iva
High School will play with the fara
well team Saturday afternoon at Care
Dr. J. D. Wilson has purchased tho
residence of T. B. Moulden on
Church Ht root.
Mr. J. C. Jonres and W. V. Bur
risa, Jr., spent a few hours tn An
derson Thursday afternoon on bush
ness. - ?
SIX AND TWENTY
The small grain crop In our sec
tion has a promising appearance at
the pr?tent, of being ono ot the larg
est harvest for our farmers-in many
The farmers of our section are
about through their planting until
The cotton acreage for this year is
not so much with our good farmers
as tt has been . with them in come
MT. S. R. Richey spent laat Wed-"
nesday night with his daughter, Mrs.
h. A. Cothran of Liberty.
Mr. Jim Welbon? ot the Lebanon
section was' a welcome visltro last
Sunday in our Sunday school.
Messrs. Lee Bl rod and Will Rogers
of Piercetown waa. in our section for
a short while last Sunday afternoon.
Parents don't send your children, lo
Sunday school next Sunday, but just
get ready yourself and gb, and take
the children with you, you will
find its of more honor tn doing thus
tbsp beding the children by' them
Our, Sunday school is growing
larger every Sunday. Como out next
Sunday and bo with us.
Our school (Melton) closes next
Thursday night for this present term,
which bss been one of tts most suc
cessful terms, *mder the supervision
of Prof. A. W. Meredith, with the
able aeelstant of Bliss Beulah Venn.
With our Bchr.ol closing, we have
on program speeches, dialogues,
songs, etc. Beginning Thursday night
April Suth, at 7:30 p. m. The public
is cordially uvfltetf. Good music by
The Jake Was on Tad.
T. A. Do; can, Tad the cartoonlbt,
was dining stone in a restaurant in
Fulton street the other night A
stranger dropped into the seit oppo
site and fell to discussing cartoons.
''Now, take my old frleu* Tad,"
said tho stranger. "I like him per-'
so?ally. In facti we aro the best of
friends, but as an artist he ia punk."
"Yon know Tad. then?'* Tad asked.
"Know him! 2 should say I do."
"I'll bot you |6 you don't know
bim,'1 said Tad, reaching for his wal
let The $ld . was deposited on the
"Now.- said the cartoonist, "how
are you going to prove that you
would know Tad if you, saw him?"
"That's a cinch." chuckled tM
stranger, as he gathered In the mon
ey. "You are Tad."-Cartoon'* Mag
"i've had my SOB in the office two
"Is he making any progress?"
"Oh. yes. 1 thiuk he's as good se
engaged to the stenographer now."
SIKT?NI to Tht InUllifwcar.
SKNECA. April IC.-The finance
committee appointed to ?ccuro funda
to finance the Fermera Chautauqua
liare met with great uuccess, and have
announced tl^U they have secured
enough to a-sure the suceras of tho
proposition. Seneca never undertakes
anything until it is sure of Its ground
und then when it does move, it means
business. This waa strikingly Illus
trated in thc case of this Chautauqua
movement. * Aa soon as thc buslnnaa
men saw what it wa? and what it
would moan, they went to work in
earncBt to make it go. And this is sure
to he one of thc most inspiring gather
ing?; that has ever been held In this
3cctlon cf the country.
Another New Business Kirai For
The Sincra Ice and Fuel Co.. ls
the laten business to be organized
in Seneca. X. A. Coward, formerly
of Greenville is the proprietor and
manage:-. The stand is the Livingston
old ice factory building. They will
handle icc and coal.
The election held last Monday for
thc purpose of voting three addition
al mills for school purposes carried
overwhelmingly. Thia will aasurc suf
ficient funds to continue the school
for nine months with a full corps of
Mr. Julius Vernor Henderson and
.Miss Lillie Belle Hopkins were mar
ried last Monday. April. 12. by A. A.
McMahon. The young people live on
Dr. Austin's place four miles north of
town, and have thc good wishes of
their many friends.
Mr. C. L. Mn ubi in has moved to the
lia ri old place on Townvlllo stroet.
Mr. Akinc Moore and Miss N
Tow were happily ni a.'ried at Ute
residence of Mr. J. W. itfirdcn,
April 10th, by Rev. p. P. Dearden.
Thc young men of the town tender
ed a smoker to Mr. II. D. Neill at
thc Masonic Hall Tuesday night. It
l i reported thal they had quite *
Tho Seneca Ga: iige IIBB recolvod
.mother car load of Fonts this week,
and most of them have already been
" Mr?. J. W. Allen of Spartanburg,
president of thc South Carolina Fed
eration of Womans clubs, and Mrs.
Rufus Fant, of Anderson, also au of
ficer in Uihi organisation, were In
Seneca Tuesday injpccltng the pro
posed site for thc location of the
Vocational School for Girls that this
organization ls planning to found.
They are reported to have expressed
themselves as much pleased with the
alte offerd- by Mra. M. W. Colman,
and to havc .?aid that tiley would do
their best to locate the school In
Mr. J. W. Dearden, a prominent
farmer of the Qakway section, waa
taken to Columbia for treatment laat
Mri. D. P. Thompson, who la In
Columbia for treatment 1B inproving
and expected home In a few days.
Mrs. Thomson, of Spartanburg, is
Mialling her son, Dr. D. P. Thomson.
Mr. J. M. Philips, of the Farm and
Factory, has gone to Cincinnati and
..her leading paper marketa to pur
chase new stock for the Philips Prin
ters. This ls one of the largest print
ing establishment:; in the up country,
doing V large Job business all over
Mrs. Martha Morgan, died at the
home ot oe:* daughter. Mra. Clem
Polfrey, lu the. old Pickena aection.
last Sunday morning, after a H h ort
Illness. She was 82 years old. and is
survived by two children. Mrs. Pol
frey and Miles Morgan, who. Uvea on
tho Hill farm at old Pichona.
Mr. James Ablcs, a highly respect
ed and prosperous farmer of the
Cross Roads section, died Tuesday
morning, ofter a brief, illness of
pneumonia. He lj survived by . bis
wife and five children.
Rev. I. E. Wallace and family vis
ited his brother, Fov. J. E. Wallace,
at Westminster, Monday afternoon.
Miss Gussie Cunningham and Misa
Pauline Davis, teachers at the Bounty
Land School went to Greenville Fri
day to attend the Piedmont Oratorical
and Track Meet.
> Misa Elisabeth Nickola, rit Due West,
ls visiting ber sister, Mrs. Lesley
Rev. G. M. Wilcox, pastor of the
Presbyterian church at Walhalla, was
in Seneca for awhile Tuesday.
Mr. John Myers, Rev. I. E. Wal
lace, and Mrs. Kitty Farmer and Mrs.
L. P. Dixon; went to ace Captain R.
E. Steele and wife, who Ivie near the
site of the old Fort George In Pickens
county Tuesday. The captain and his
wife are both In feeble health, and
greatly appreciate a visit from their
Mr. J. 8. Robin non. Sunday school
field worker for the Presbyterian
church bas returned' from a visit to
Sunset In Pickens countv.
Mrs. Olive Folger and children are
visiting relatives lu Chattanooga,
I Major B. F. Sloan, ?rho ls spending
some time with bis daughter, Mra.
Pde, or Greenville.' bas been in Sene
ca tor a few days this vweek.
Miss Bessie canon, or Old Pickens,
is visiting ber sister, Mrs. Ed. Hop
Mr. Baolirrck ls a most consider
ate husband, but of course there is a
Upon leaving home one morning,
his wife requested him to purchase
for her a pair of shoes, giving bim a
detailed description ot the same.
Promptly on his luncheon hour Mr.
Bachrack proceeded to the shoe em
"I want a pair of button shoes for
my wife," he announced, aa the clerk
"What kind do you wish?"
"Doesn't matter-Just so they don't
button in Ute back."
FOLEY KIDNEY PHIS
W MCRACM1 KtOA? Y9 ASP gi ADO tl
This is tl
for yourself, if you seek men, if yoi
fixtures, equip- ment.
Twenty-five words or less, On? Tu
Mi Times 1100.
All advertisement over twenty-five
word. Rates on 1,000 words to t
No advertisement taken for l**s t]
If your name appears tn th? telen
roer want sd to 821 and a bill will b
FOR RENT- ?tore recently occupied 1
by The Intelligencer Job Printing
Department. If interested in a Ano
stand and good proposition, apply
to The Intelligencer. 3-13-tt
FOR SALE 1
FOR SALE-Some of the beat coal
and wood on thu market at right ?
prices. Wood cut to your order. ]
Low country alabes ?till niy spe
cialty. W. Ulmer, successor to
Piedmont Coal & Wood Co. Thone
WANTER-A reliable roproseutatlvs
in every community to act as agent
for The Intelligencer. Liberal com
missions paid. Apply Tho Anderson
WANTER-To correspond, conti- ?
dcntlally, with anyono dculrloua of '
becoming permanently cured of thu
morphine or whiBkey habit.' Tho
KEELBY INSTITUTE, COLUMBIA,
S. C.. Box 75.
AU EN TM WANTER-15.00 to fio.OO a
day can be made selling tho beau
tiful 25x36 State and County Wall
Map of South Carolina and North
Carolina. Contains world map ami
map of United States and Ita pos
sessions. Sample to.'agent? 60 cent?.
1 . dozen $6.00. Retails for S 1.00.
Order of Southern 'Supply Co.. 71?
Kollock St.. Augusta, Qa. 4-15-Gt.
WANTER-One Shetland Pony, about
48. Inches .high, four to live years
old, well broke and with good dis
position. L. A. Edwards, Seneca,
8. C.. 4-16-3t
WANTED- At once experienced
trimmer. Addres "Trimmer," care
L_J-'... ? L_..1
NOTICE-AS TO COMMUTATION
Ail persons liable to road tax for
IBIS ai? hereby notified that tito timo
for payment to tho county troasurer ot
said taxes will expire on the 1st day
of May, 1&1G. After that date a penal
ty WIR b?, attached.
J. MACK KINO.
He Saved Himself.
The doctor told her thst what she
needed was a good hearty meal at
night and then to stop thinking about
"But, doctor, only two months ago
you told me to.avoid dinner at night,,
and to take a light supper instead."
"Oh, did IV replied her medical
adviser, reflectively. "Well, that
showB whst marvelous strides medi
cal science is making.''
i gone. Tomorrow does not ex?
?DAY is the day of Opportunity,
ic coloumn of opportunities. Read
it--if you seek a broader opening
i want to buy or sell machinery*
ne SC cants, Tares Times 60 cents.
words prorate for each additional
* usod In a month made on appll
aan 26 cents, cash tn advance.
hone directory yon caa telephone
e malled attar tts Insertion for
I)KV, PINE WOOI?. cut. or In four
foot lcngtliB, or slabs; and perfect
ly dry. Prices right. See me for
all kinds of Aro wood. B. N. Wyatt,
"Th? $5.00 Coal Man."
POTATO SLIPS-We expect today a
few thousand Nancy Hall variety.
Furmau Smith, Seedman, Phone
SOTICE-We will close our mill for
thc ?canon on April 24th. If- you
have seed to exchango for meal and
hulls sec us before the 24Ut. Peo
ples Oil & Fertiliser Co.
1)0 YOU eat to llvo, or .live to cat?
Well, no matter which' In either
case whenever you wish to oat
Homothlng good, and don't caro to
pay-all you've got for lt, como to
Ute "Llttlo Gem" Cafe, No. 128 W.
Whltuor St, J. E. Derrick, Propr.
BUCKEYE BARBER SHOP-Hair
cut 16c, shevo 10. Best service. Sat
isfaction guaranteed. G. A. McClain,
BAY OLD CHICKS-12 16?. Reds,
Plymouth Rocks ' and ordinary
chicks. 100 off every Monday. Sato
delivery guaranteed. Phono 847. or
wrlto Room 6. 1191-2 N. Malu St.
FOR SALE-Earllana and New -Steno
Tomato plants. 85 conta per band
red postpaid. Special rates on larg
or amountB. W. H. Langford. Hop
kins. S. C.-4-18-lt.
DR. J. E. WATSON
Office in Ligen & Lcdbottcr Building.
North Main Street.
Office Phone 210.
Residence Phone 386.
C. GADSDEN SAY^E
405-406 Bleckley Building
Anderson, S. C.
Chisholm, Trowbridge & Suggs
New Theatre Building
_W. Whittier St
To* BACKACHE KIDNEYS ANO 8L*D0FM.
JA Y Y /
Anyone can understand and^ operate a Ford.car.
Extremely simple, yet absolutely scienticfis in
every detail.. No need of a skilled mechanic to
keep your Ford running*. Each owner looks
after it himself. Doctors, farmers, business men,
? men in every walk of lifo, enjoy F^ru service .
and economy, for a Ford costs, on the average,
but two cents a mile to operate and maintain. 1
Buyers will share in profits if we sell,at retail
300,000 new Ford cars between August 1914
and August 1915.
Runabout $440; Touring Car $490; Town Car $690;
Coupelet $750; Sedan $975, f. o. b. Detroit with all
On display and sale at
TODD AUTO SHOP