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"THE COUNTRY BOY"
?S^J PARAMOUNT TODAY
wHBv One of foe most popular Comedies ever pro
^^jBPr duccd. It ran for more than a year In
Mew York City
9U,UUU Beauty inters Select Circle at Last.
Rubo Marquard, who was purchas
ed from the Indianapolis club of the
American association' ' by tho New
York Giants some years ago for $11,
000, has at last entered .he select
circle of no-hit pltchors. Ho made
thatt record in tho very first game ho
pitched for the season of 1915 and on
the day after the opening of the
season. He held BrooViyn without a
hit or a run in the game at Ute Polo
grounds. New York.
Marquard's development ls an ex
antplc of tko walting powers of John
Will Cover thc Whoic
Cost of thc Typewriter.
I npHE Column Selector is irs name. It is a Remington
/ invention, found only on Rcrningtbn-made typewriters.
' And it will savo enough of the operator's time to cover the
I whola cost of the machine.
What is?he Remia?ton Column Selettor?
It is a feature which, eliminates ail time-wasting,hand adjust
ments of the carriage Watch your operator write a letter- Note
Srw roany.hand adjustments she tnskes* Then you trill know what
. . - Jfc'c dots it york?
That is what we wish to ?how you. The Column Selector must
be seen to tve appreciated. When you have seen it, then you will
? understand how much of your operator's time ic will ?ave.
Call Here end See for Yourself
Wc will be glad to give you a demonstration of the Column 1
Selector, without any obligation on your part. We will write letters
with it, ?nd the same letter* without it. This comparative test will
prove to you the time-Saving^and the money-saving.
t If you cannot c?U we shall bc glad to demonstrate the Columd.
Selector In your office, Call Of write, ^
Qffifial Typewriter, panama* Pfijfic International Exposai*** g.
1 KM Weal McBee Avenue, C--ee?ville, S. C. . . j
J. McGraw, manager of the Giants.
His $11,000 beauty did little for him
until 1913, when those persons who
dad been laugh'ng at the manager
[or having "picked a lemon," were
surprised to soe Marquard rf tc h 19
straight victories. Without thoae
,-irtories thc Giants could not havo
von the pennant in their league. Last
-ear he pitched 12 grimes in a row
without a victory. Then he had a
winning streak. Lack of control is
Vfarquard's weakness. When ho can
tut thc ball where he wants to he ls
me of the greatest pitchers ever
nown to tite game. When he falls
e ls very poor.
ITI i Bi A iti iii *? ?I- A -** -*- Juli J-ti Ji.f..I. Ar* -* ? ? ? ? ?
Jullul AA A J A,?1
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Miss Mattie Hall has returned from
visit to Miss Rosamond Burdlno at
Frank and Harleston Barton have
eturned from a trip to Atlanta.
President James P. Kinard of An
erson College has returned from a
rip to Newberry
Treasurer Fred M. Burnett of An
derson College is home after a trip to
everal points in this Statu and
Mrs. T. C. Jackson and T. C. Jack
on, Jr., of Iva were in the city yes
Mrs. B. H. Sadler of Pendleton waB
i visitor in the city yesterday.
J. M. Lawton of Savannah waa
tmong tiie visitors in the city yester
Frank Mattison of Belton spent yes
erday in the city.
R. L. Sullivan of Townvitle was
imong tho visitors in the city yes
C. C. Jones of Starr was a visitor in
the city yesterday.
Col. Alex McBec of Greenville was
In the city yesterday for a short
C. W. Gray has gone to Lowndes'
ville for a short stay.
C. W. Rico has returned to Easley
after a trip to Anderson.
J. L. and Mrs. Jackson of Iva were
in the city yesterday.
Lawronce and Mrs. McGee of Starr
wens in the city yesterday.
Mrs. Annie Cary of Seneca WHB a
visitor In Uie city yesterday.
T. W. Prvilt of Iva was a visitor
m tho city yestorday.
J. R. Pruitt of Starr spoht yester
day in the city.
Aahley and Mrs. (Briggs have re
turned from a visit to Greenwood.
Taking Care of the Children.
No p?renla would consciously be
tireless ot the children. Joe A. Ros
narlo, Clarkson, Nebr., uses Foley's
Honey and Tar .for his two children
for croup, coughs and colds. He
lays, "We are never without Foley's
Honey and Tar In tho house." A dis
tressing coiv?h, sleepless, nights, and
raw. Inflamed throat lead to a run
lown condition In which the child ls
int able to resist contagious or infec
tious diseases. Foley's Honey and
Far ls truly healing and prompt tn
lotion. Evans Pharmacy.
Hakes 61 Peel Like 1ft.
"I suffered with kidney ailment tor
wo years," writes Mri?. M. A. Bridges,
[lobins?n, Miss, "and commenced tak
ng Foley Kidney .Pills about ten
nonthr ago. I am now able to do all
ny work without fatigue. I am now
tl years of age and feel like a lft
rearold girt" Foley Kidney Pills
ttr eng then and invigorate weak, tired
md 'deranged kidneys; relieve bach
iche, weak back, rheumatism and
sladder trouble. They ara tonic tn
wtlon. Evans Phsrmscy.
Md That There ita? He Care fer
"After suffering for over twenty
rears with indigestion and having
toma ot tte best doctors here tell me
here waa no oura for ms, I think *t
inly right to tell yon tor the sake ot
?thur sucerers aa well as your own
tatlsfaction that a tft oent bottle nt
Chamberlain's Tablets not only re
ieved IBO pat cured mo within two
non the although I an a maa of eft
wara,'* writes Jut Qrobien, Houston,
roxae. Obtainable, everywhere.
DEFEAT OF TURKS
AT SHAIB COMPLETE
Official Report Says Turks Aban
doned Guns and Ammu
LONDON. April 22.-An oihYial
(loin mun ?cat ion ibducd tonight i|.ya
thc latest telegrams from thc Persian
gulf show thc Turk defeat at Shaih
was more complete than had been
hoped. Tho communication declares
they abandoned their guns, ammuni
tion and wagonB. Independent report:;
showing that the retirement was a
rout. It is persistently rumored that
tho Turkish commander-in-chief com
mitted suicide. The statement asserts
it is estimated the enemy's casualties
from April 12th to loth reached six
SUIT AGAINST HOAD
Action Flied Against thc Blue Ridge
Papers in a suit for damages
brought by W. B. Magruder against
the Blue Ridge Railway company
were filed yesterday In the office of
thc clerk of court.
Tho plaintiff ls represented by At
torney T. P. Dixon. The grounds
for tho action could not be learn
Splendid for Rheumatism.
"I think Chamberlain's Liniment ls
just splendid for rheumatism," writes
Mrs. Dunburgh, Eldridge. N. Y. "lt
has been used by myself and othar
members of my family time and time
again during the past six years and
has always given tho best of satibf ..: -
tion." The quick relief from pain
IF SKIN en
OUT AMD ITCHES
Ute it like a cold cream and.
dry Ecz?ma emptions
The moment you npply bold-sulphur
to an itching or broken out ukin, the
itching stops and healing begins, saya
a renowned dermatologist.
This remarkable sulphur made into a
thick cream effects such prompt relief,
even in aggravated Eczema, that it it
a never-ending source of amazement to
For many years bold-sulphur has oc
cupied a Bccure position in the treat
ment of cutaneous ?ruptions ,by reason
of ita cooling, parasite-destroying prop
erties and nothing has ever been found
to take its place in relieving irritable
and inflammatory affections of the skin.
While not always establishing a perma
nent cure, yet in every instance, it
immediately subdues the itching irrita
tion and heats the Eczema right up and
it is often years later before any erup
tion again manifests itself.
Any good druggist will supply an
ounce of bold-sulphur, which should be
applied to tho affected parta like the
ordinary cold cresent. It itn't unpleas
ant ?nd tho prompt relief afforded is
very welcome, particularly when the Ec
zema ia accompanied with torturous itch
which Chamberlain's Liniment af
fords is alone worth many times the
cost. Obtainable everywhere._
VALUABLE I4EGAL PAPERS LOST MANY
YEARS AGO RECOVERED
ZORADO IZMAR IS CREATING A GENUINE
Her Clairvoyant Powern, Penetrating Insight and Unerring Accnrary Com*
pletely Battles Scientific Investigation-The Marvelous Tests She Has Per
formed In the Last Few Weehs Frote the Magullado of Her Strange aad
Wonderful Power-She Hoes Such Things that CaUers Look Upon Her as a
Visitor from an Undiscovered World.
Locked In that mysterious sleep,
when the soul shakes oft its mortal
shackles, Zorado lamar, tho living,
breathing proof of the power ot clair
voyance, reads tho future fate of in
dividuals, and predicts the outcome
of their daily affairs.
Think of a person who can close
her eyes and yonr whola paat, your
present and future ara flashed before
her like a panorama and abe can
tell you all you have done, what you
are now doing, and Uft the curtain of
futurity and tell you jost .what you
are going to do.
No other life reader who has ever
visited Anderson can lay claim to aa
many successful readings and locat
ing valuables as can Zorado Izmar,
and there are hundreds ready to
vouch tor such dalma. Only a few
days ago one of our leading cit lions,
called on this marvelous trance
medium In regard to some valuable
papera that had been lost for many
years. Ehe noon located the papera to
the Joy of the owner and to her own
financial welfare '
? husband and wife had become
estranged. There waa no real reason
for lt, aa there aeldom is, but still
there waa a separation. One of them
laid the case before Zorado lamar,
If you wish the service*
408 N. McDuffte St., one I
fice, near the standpipe.
and tho husband and wife have had a
glorious reunion, the clouds of dis
cord have, been dispelled. There is
sunshine in that home today. Happy
tranquility has taken the place ot
An engagement of marriage had
been broken, there was a very un
happy young woman on one hand,
and a not too delighted young man on
the other. Each had a hand in that
breach. Zorado limar brought there
two separated ones together; the
sacred contract baa been renewed, and
a home ls being prepared for tha
bride and groom. Each ?tas seen the
error that caused them to drift apart;
their eyes are opened now, and who
was it that caused them to set?
Zorado Ismar fully understands
tito responsible position she ls placed
in by tho remarkable gift ahe ts en
dowed with and she will try her best
to help thoio who need adrice and do
all in har w^wer to show all of her
honest callers plainly and In forcible
language how to gain happiness and
prosperity. She accomplishes what
aha claims. It not, no charge is made.
The price of a foll life reading is but
ll. All business sscred and confi
dential Remember that your pros
pects of today may be your fortune
tomorrow, if rightly haudled.
of Zorado Izmar call at
?lock east of the Pott Of
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for yourself, if you seek men, if yo
fixtures, equip, ment.
Want Advert i
Twenty-five words or lesa, On? Yi
Six Tunca ?LOO.
All advertlaement over twenty-fi? i
word. Ratea on LOOO word? to
No advertisement taken tor l*?a <
If roar name ap peera In tba tale;
roar want ad to SSI and a bill will'
FOR RENT-Store recently occupied
by The Intelligencer Job Printing
Department If interested lu a alua
stand and good proposlUon, apply
to Tho Intelligencer. 8-13-tt
FOR SALK-Some or the best coal
and wood on the market at right
prices. Wood cut to your order.
Low country alabes still my spe
cialty. W. Ulmer, successor to
Piedmont Coal & Wood Co. Phone
FOR SALE-Good milch Cow D. F.
Chambtee, R6. Anderson, S. C.,
Phone 3514. 3-20-3t.
FOR SALE or trade for a milch cow
-a rubber tired Columbus top
buggy, as good as. new. W. ?2.
Rasor at Chiquola Barber Shop.
FOR SALE -Good Milk row. Will
give 3 gallons when fresh, which
will be in agout two weeks. Prico
Reasonable. W. W. Smoak.
? O' '
WANTED-A reliable representative
in every community to act aa agent
for Th0 Intelligencer. Liberal com
missions psid. Apply The Anderson
WANTED-To correspond, confi
dentially, with anyone deslrlous of
becoming permanently cured of the
morphine or Whlakey habit The
KEELEY INSTITUTE, COLUMBIA.
8. C., Box 75.
AGENTS WANTED-$5.00 to |10.~0 a
day can be made selling tho beau
tiful 25x30 State and County Wall
Map of South Carolina and North
Carolina Contains world map and
map of United States and ita pos
sessions. Sample to agents 60 cents.
1 dozbD 16.00. Retails for fl.00.
Order ci Southern Sui vly Co., 719
Kollock St., Augusta, Go. 4-15-6L
WANTED-Lawyers to know we have
a full line of manuscript covers.
Anderson Printing Co., T. K. Roper,
HELP WANTED-Wo eau glvo ten or
a dosen white girls ?toady employ
ment at the Anderson Underwear
Factory. Light work, good hours
and good pay? Call and seo or
write Wm. J. Muid row. Manager.
(VA NT ED-By young white man 22
yeera old, not afraid of work posi
tion on farm. Rave had experience.
Address P. O. Box 84, Anderson. 8.
Last evening we received a
shipment of fine fish, including
the following: Shad, Red Fin,
brokers, Butter Fish, Black Fish,
Salmon Trout, Sheephead, Span
sh Mackerel, Red Snapper, Pom
pano, Shrimp, and Whiting.
?*Ish Dressed Pre? af Charge, tad De
C. F. POWER A SON
Cor. Benson and McDiiffie
is gone. Tomorrow does not ex?
DDAY is the day of Opportunity?
he coloumn of opportunities. Read
it-if you seek a broader opening
u want to buy or sell machinery?,
n , . i ., , ..r-f
Im? SS ctn'?. Three Times ft cents,
. words prorata tor each additional
be unod lo a i-'onth mada OD appU
tban SS cents, cash ta e-d vance.
phone directory yea can telephone
t*e msllod after Its Insertion Cor
? ? ? . -
DBY, PINE WOOD, cut, or in four
foot lengths, or slabs; ??ud perfect
ly dry. Prices right Seo me for
all kinds of Are wood. B. N. Wyatt,
"The $5.00 Coal Man."
POTATO SLIPS-We expect today a
few thousand Nancy Hall variety.
Kurraan Smith, Secdman, Phone
IF ITS IN SEASON, and flt to eat.
we have it; and the price won't make
you lose your appetite either. "Lit
tle Oem" Cafe, J. E. Derrick, Pro
prietor, 128 W. Whitner Street.
BUCK-EYE B ABBE It SHOP-Hair
cut 16c. shave 10. Best service. Sat
isfaction guaranteed. C. A. McClain,
Lot us duplicate your next broken J
leno while you walt Can make it
from a pleco of the old glass,-don't
need your prescription. Hare the
most modern Grinding Plant in the
South. If you are from Missouri Just
como in we'll show you.
Or. M. R. Campbell,
Louisa S. Hilgenboekor,
ll j W. Whitner St, Ground Floor.
MONEY TO LEND on first mortgage
or real estate in ammount of 126.00
to $50.00 in Anderson county at 8 per
cont cent per annum. Apply to
James F. Rico, Anderson, 8. C., of
fice over the old' post office.
DR. J. E. WATSON
Office in Ligan * Ledbetter Building.
North Main Street.
Office Phone 210.
Residence Phons SSS.
C. GADSDEN SAYRE
405-406 Bleckley Building
Anderson. S. C
ChUholm, Trowbridge & Sogs?
New Theatre Building
_ W. Whitner St.
Best thing for constipation, sour
stomach, lazy liver and sluggish
bowels. Stops a sick headache almost
st once. Gives a most brough and
satisfactory flushing-no pam. BO
nausea.. Keeps your system cleansed,
sweet and wholesome. R, B, Ras
mussen, Eseanaba. Mich., writes:
"Cltrolax ls a fina laxative, pleasent
to take, and does thc work in a very
thorough manner." Children lora lt
lat tk*aa*9sesi -timHean -Bevde BsMar