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* ELECTRIC CIT1
* Items ol Interest and Person?
* Wireless on the St
?et fun tract
Tho Townsend Lumber company
submitted the lowest bid and was
awarded tho contract for furnishing
cement for city work during Hie pre
sent season. The hid for'$1.80 per
barrel, delivered to any point in the
$ ^f* ^ ^r* ft* ^f* H* ^i* ^ ^f* ^
? SPARKLETS *
J Mention Caught Over the *
reeta of Anderson *
4. A. Shirl?') IN
J. A. Shirley, who liv?'* near tin
?itv. i? erecting for himself a ?ph:?
(lid residence. The imus,, will baw
1.' rooms and will he ont' of thc mos
modern in this" section of the county.
All modern conveniences will ho In
stalled, ?md among these will ho an
by Western Union
is next Quickest, Surest
and Safest to personally
passing it fr?m hand to
Full information at any .
Western Union Office.
THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH CO.
We Neyer Substitute
We have built up our grocery business on the principle that
people know what they want and are entitled to get it. If you
ask for an advertised article in this store, and it is a meritorious
..one, you can get it. . .. .
If you ask our opinion as to what is best in a certain line, we
will tell you to the best of our judgment, but we never try to in
duce a customer to buy something "just as good" because we
make more profit on it than o? advertised articles.
Don't you think you should give all your trade to such a
gram Cash Grocery tt>.
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RED LETTER EVENTS OF RED
PATH CHAUTAUQUA WEEK
William Owen and cast in a modern play? "The Servant In
the House.** -
Health and Happiness Day
Lectures by Dr. Charles E. Barker, who was physical ad?
viser to President Taf t duriwi his administration in Washington.
Francesco Pallar?a, dynamic? draihatic and spectacular di
rector and his band.
In charge of Taber, the magician. Magic and mystery.
Ex-Govemor Shallenbercer of Nebraska, iMttv elected m
ber of Congress, in a great address on "PoliticliPa?iotism,
Rollicking fun, music and enthusiasm. ^ Don't miss this
Alice Nielsen Day
Recital by Prima Donna Soprano of the Metropolitan and
Boston Opera Companies. Greatest musical feature ever an
nounced on a Chautauqua program.
utaiiqua Week May 10th. to 17th.
acetylene gas lighting ulant. which
wa? Hold Mr. Shirley by Charles E.
(Ohl), of thU city.
Rr. M j II-lie ihn i ill
Doesn't Hunt Debate.
Some days ago the Anderson Ad
flub wrote Di*. Myer-Gerhrdt, the
celebrated German who ls to speak
here next Thursday evening on "Ger
many's Side of the War," asking hin.
if he would net like to debate on
some phaae of the war. instead of de
livering a lecture. The following rc
ply to the Inquiry has been received:
"Confirming my telegram I beg to
! request thut I am prepared to address
you on April 22. A joint debate with
another gentleman would not Impress
mc us being the best and most reliable
wuy to state facts in a conservative
(tine Ridge Repot
For fivc minutes yesterday after
noon-from 4::io to 1:35 o'clock-ser
vices of all kinds were suspended on
the Hluo Ridge railroad, this being
the hour at which Col. A. 1). Andrews,
vice president of the Southern Rail
way, was burled nt Raleigh, N. C.
The new station here is draped in
mourning ns are the engines, an em
blem which will remain for several
Mrs. V>llhllc Was ?
Friends of Mrs. J. O.-W?hlte will b(
pleased to learn that her conditio:;
yesterday was somewhat improved
She suffered nn attack of'appcndicith
while visiting her son. J. O. W?hlte
Jr., in Toccoa, Ga., last Thursday.
Dr. W?hlte and Dr. J. C. Harrh
went to Toccoa Saturday and nccom
panied Mrs. ' W?hlte home Sunda}
morning. She has developed pneumon
in. but her condition is not consid
ered serious. An operation for appen
(Ileitis is not considered advisable
Just new. Mrs. Wllhitc is at her nomi
on North Main street.
The baseball team of the Citado
spent Sunday here following the sam
with Clemson Saturday afternoon
The team arrived ?ere early Sunda:
morning and were guests of Mr. Jas
T. I'earsan for" tho day. A sump
tuous dinner was spread before th
visitors and a number of Anderso
ladles and gentlemen were invited t
dinner with them. In the aftcrnoo
the cadets were treated to an aut
ride about Anderson. They left at 4:.r
o'clock Sunday afternoon.
Here oe Visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Joel Halbert of Ii
diana are spending several days !
Anderson, the guests of .Mr. and Mri
D. H. Russell. They spent the win ti
in Florida and en route back to Ii
diana stopped over in Anderson
look up some of their Acker kin. 1
is a grandson of Joel Halbert wi
removed from thia county to I nd tai
a hundred years ago.
Hon. Joshua Ashley
Visiting In the City.
Friends in Anderson of thc Ho
J. W. Ashley will be pleased to lea
that he is feeling better than he h
for some time. He has been visit!
in the city for some days, the gui
of Sheriff and Mrs. Ashley.
Oa Govern or's Staff.
Mr. W. J. Muldrow. who was nan
a, lieutenant colonel on the ataff
flbvernor Manning, had written
governor declining the appoiotme:
TO REMOVE DANDRUFF ?
Get a 2S?cer.t bottle of Danderine at
any drug store, pour a little into your
band and rub well into the scalp with
thc imper tips. Hy morning most, if
not all, of thia awful scurf will haye
disappeared. Two or three applica
tion? will destroy evpry bit of dand
ruff; stop scalp itching and falling
Several days ago when he received
notice of the appointment Mr. Mui
drow wrote the governor, thanking
liim for the honor and telling him
that he would lu- unable to get away
from his business to make the several
trips planned for the staff. Governor !
Manning endeavored to get Mr. Mul
drow to reconsider tho declination I
but Mr. Muldrow again wrote him
stating that he was sorry he could
not accept the honor.
fire ut Helton
Fire yesterday morning at Helton
destroyed the six-room house of
George F. Darby. The fire originated
on the roof of Hie kitchen and is
supposed to have started from a spark
falling on the shingles. Thc house
was occupied by two families, that of
Mr. Darry and the family of Walter
Holland. Hot h families lost practically
all their household gooda and neither
carried insurance. Thc houAe was
valued at $1,200 and was Insured for
To Visit County.
Kider John A. Cargtle, evangelist
and home missionary of Bridgeport,
Ala., will be- with the Church of God
at Guthrie Grove, four miles weat of.
Pclzer, S. C.. from April 23 running u;
to Sunday the 2"?. Kider Cargtle' ls
known as thc'Wnlklng Bible.
ts lu Thargo Now.
Mr. William Laughlin yesterday
morning entered upon his duties as
postmaster, signing lils first order
shortly Rfter 8 o'clock. Ho is appointed
to the office for four years.
The congregation and pastor of thc
Orrvllle Methodist church were pleas
ed Sunday night to have with them the
Rev. B. Ml Robertson, a former pastor
o fthls church. Mr. Robertson is in
charge of the Antrovllle circuit, this
being his second year there. He
was pastor of the Orrvllle church
some 12 years.
Going to Greenwood.
Several local physicians will attend
the annual convention ot the South
Carolina Medical Association, which
will be held in Greenwood this week.
Thc official program, whtch was print
ed in The Intelligencer In full a few
days ago, opens on Thursday.
Mrs. Pant Delegate
To Houston, Texas.
Mrs. Rufus Fant has been appointed
by Governor Manning a delegate to
the Southern Sociological Congress,
which meets in Houston, Texas, May
Big Bay at Iva
Next Saturday wiU be a momentous
occasion at Iva. It will be known as
"athletic and "oratorical" day. The
schools of Iva, Starr, Lowndes ville;
and Antreville will compete in the
ovents of the day.
On Towers Street.
The trustees^! the city havo peti
tioned city council to put -down r
cement sidewalk nu Towers street for
the benefit of the pupils of tho colored
For Two Ne lsons.
Receipts of cotton at Ute platform
of the Standard Warehouse company
UP until last Saturday night were
if$5&. The receipts for the corres
ponding period of last year/were 21,
652. This ts a difference In favor of
last season of 2,097.
Should Not Feel Discouraged.
So many people troubled with indi
gestion and constipation have been
benefited by taking Chamberlain's
Tablets that no one should feel dis
couraged who hg? noe give o them a
trial. They contain no pepsin Sr]
other .digestive ferments but strength
en tho stomach and enable ti to per
form its functions naturally. Obtain
able overywhero; .
"What ;K ir.cnnt by 'comment lu
useless, fr. her ?" asked little -Polio, ? ?e
boy crow.? . ?xAmltu-r.
"It mevm, a?>, ' that you" can't
think of huythlrtJFtfls'o to say."- Phil
. Walter Greer- of Belton was among
the visitors in the city yesterday.
NOTICE-AS TO COMMUTATION
Ail persons liable to rond tax for
1915 are hereby notified teat the time
for payment to Gie county treasurer ot
said taxes will expire on tho itt day
of May, 1915. After that dat? a penal
ty will be attached,
- J. MAGIC 'KINO.
fi? ?ACKACHt KtUttfcYS ANO SjlAUbS
Why aro you KO unsuccessful in
Why are you ao melancholy and
Wiiy are you drawn through life so
V.'hy is some one sharing the lovo |
that ls rightfully oura?
These and kindred questions can
bc answered, advised upon, and thc
cause explained. I will impart to you
a force so strong, so subtlo that life
becomes Bright Happy and Prosper- j
If you care to know what business
you ; lia11 follow to bc successful,
where you shall go, and who to avoid, |
if you intend to make any cb-niges,
or to start a business, buy -r sell
property, or, in fact, take any import
ant steps, you should '?ll on me at
Those who are in sorrow, doubt and
distress should. I have helped thous
ands, why not you? No matter how
bad your conditions or of how long
:?tfinding; I can bring the success and
happiness that is rightfully yours.
Evil habits and influences that |
bear you down, causing bad luck and
making you despondent and unable
to gain your desires, I can, through
my fully developed psychic forces,
My long and successful practice in
adjusting business affairs makes lt
impossible to fail in being of benefit
in affairs of love, marriage, divorce,
changes, wills, deeds, mortgages, pat
ents, sickness, and, in fact, every
If you have trouble ir^dlfflculties of
any kind come to ir.' and bave a
quiet chat, confldeni'ally. I will tell
you what can bo dono. I can assist
you in all walks of life. Don't be des
pondent, worry or feel.bad when you
only have tu call.
Now, aa a business adviser, I stand
preeminent I will tell you more
about your own business than you
knew yourself. If you are not doing!
well, und want to do totter, call on j
Have you domestic difficulties? Ia
voar wife, husband or sweetheart un
true? Do others share the love that
rightfully belongs to you? If ao, don't
Hesitate. Call quick before too late.
I am besieged every day with the
very best people of Anderson and
surrounding country, Becking advice
and information' on all matters of In
terest auch as business transactions, j
lawsuits, contested will. Ufo insur
ance, damage suits, deeds, mortgages,,
collections, speculations, stocks and
financial affairs, love, courtship, mar
riage and divorces..
Reunite the separated, settle
lover's quarrels, locates lost relatives j
or friends. You will also be told how
to have your every want and wish
satis fled, how to live happily and con- [
tented tho remainder of your life.
Docs everything seem to go wrong?
Has fortune never smiled on you?
Has your life been full of upa and [
downB? If BO, why not call and let <
mo advise you how to overcome tho i
stumbling blocks that seem to stahej
lo your way.
I teach palmistry and personal
magnetism. Develop weak mediums,
and'will instruct yon in the occult,
Impartln . to yon tho wonderful secret
My practice and profoaaiow.t ropn
taUon is built upon., honor, reason
able chargea, faithful service and
speedy success. Call today for , to
morrow may be too late.
4MB N Mc Duffie St. c one block pt
postoffice, near the standpipe.
Honrs: 9:30 a. m. until 8 p. m.
Taking Care of the Children.
Ko parents would consciously be
careless ot the children. Joe A. Ros
marin, Clarkson, Nebr., ases Foley's
Honey and Tar for his two children
for croup, cougha and colds. He
says. "We are never without. Foley's
Honey and Tar In the house." A dis
tressing cough, aleeplese nights, and
raw, tn flam sd throat lead to a run
down condition in which the child ls
not able to realst contagions Or infec
tious diseases. Foley's Honey and
Tar ia truly healing and prompt tn
action. Evans Pharmacy.
must havcGood Tools
It' he would raise
We furnish the tools from
'our complete stock.
YOU DO THE REST.
SULLIVAN HARDWARE COMPANY
Anderson, Greenville, Belton.
l'ucd the Wron? Word.
Fat had seen the word "suite"' us
ed in connection with furniture. Be
ing in need of bedTcom comforts,
he entered a store with the purpose
of buying some."
Pat-Have yes a cheap bedroom
Clerk (producing a pair of pajamas)
-How would tills do?
And the fight was on.-Minnesota
He--How ob! ivre you?
She-I've Junt. turned 'J'l>.
He-Oh, I see-J2 - Boston Tra.'s
You Can Rely on Deering Twine
Deering; twine Is made in the same large plant where Deering
binders are made. The manufactureT of Deering binders make twine
because they want a twine axed with the Deering binder that can be.
absolutely relied on.
TuJne troubles are almost Invariably blamed on- Ute binder. In
order lo escape these troubles Deering twine Is as perfect ns human
skill ran make lt-ns reliable a? the best material and skilled work
manship can make lt. "
Giro your Under a chance to do its best work by using reliable
Deering twine. We handle It In the following brands and lengths;
Sisal, SOB feet
. THE ANDERSON HARDWARE COMPANY
East rVhitner Street.
Every Kind and Every Size
Screen Doors and Sereetz "Windows
We wffl famish a man to screen an entire house or any part of it;
and tho work will be well ?Son?. Oar price? are moderate.
Townsend Lumber Co.
They are thc tiret that carry you longest, fai
therest and easiest, with most mites per dollar and
fewest stops on the way.
For Sale By
Todd Auto Shop
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