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32-inch . . .... . .$20.00
Two speed ceilings are
52.00 higher for either size.
This percolator ?.
doubtedly makes the tU?i
eat coffee ever made; and
it* is made after you cit
down at the table with
out any fuss or trouble,
thus Insuring steaming
hot coffee just when you
;z "? .??r.. $5-??
There's nothing handier, more convenient, nor as 'economical
as an electric iron in the home. They are 00
We carry a full line of Oscillating Fang kn aH sises. Prices on request.
't 18 W. Whitner Street. . _ . . Phone 223
VALUABLE I4EGAL ]
ZORADO IZMAR IS C
Her. Clairvoyant Powers, Penetrating
.Aojetely Battes Sclentltlc Iavestlgatic
formed, lu tee Last Few Weeks Prc
Wonderful Power-She Boes Such T
* Visitor from an Undiscovered World
Locked In that1 mysterious Bleep,
when the Bout shakes off ita mortal
shackles, Zorado Ismsr, the, living,
breathing proof of the power of clair
voyance, reads the future fate of in
dividuals, and predicts the outcome
ot their daily affaira.
Think of a person who can close
ber eyes .and your who!o past, your
present and future are flashed before
her like a panorama and she can
tell you all you bave done what you
are now doing, and lift the curtain of
futurity and tell you jUBt what you
aro going to dp.
: No other lifo reader who has ever
visited Anderson can lay claim to aa
many auccesetul readings and locat
ing valuables as can Zorado lamar,
and there are hundreds reedy to
vouch for such claims. Only a. few
days ago one of our leading citizens,
called on this marvelous trance
medium In regard to some valuable
papers that had been lost for many
years. Sh? soon located the papers to
the Joy of the owner and to her own
A husband and wife had become
estranged; There was no real reason
fer lt, as there seldom ls, bnt still
there was a separation. One ot them
laid the case before Zorado Ismar,
If you wish the service
408 N. McDuf?xe St., one
fice, near the standpipe.
They are the tires tha
therest and easiest, wittie
fewest stops on the way
PAPERS LOST MANY
REATJNG A GENUINE
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Insight and Unerring Accuracy Com*
m-Tho Marvelous Tests Sae Has Per?
?re the Magnitude of Her Strange ead
hlagg that Callers Look Upon Her as a
L . " '\ .* ' : fri
and the husband and wife have had a
glorious reunion, the clouds of dis
cord bavo been dispelled. There Ul
sunshine In that home today. Happy
tranquility hue taken the place of
An engagement of marriage had
been broken, thora was a very un
happy young woman on- one hand,
abd a not too delighted -young man on
the other. Each had a hand in that
breach. Zorado lamar brought there
two separated ones together; the
sacred contract baa been renewed, and
a home ts being prepared for the
bride and groom. Each has' seen the
error that caused them to drift apart;
their eyes are opened now, and who
was it that caused them to see?
Zorado lamar fully understands
the responsible position, she is placed
in by the remarkable gift she ts ?o
tfowed with and she will try her beat.'
to. help those who need advice and do
idl in her power to show all of her
izoneot callers plainly and in forcible
langage bow to gain.happiness and
pronpeilty. She accomplishes what
abe dalma. It not, no charge is made.
The price of a full life reading ls but
ll. All business snored and confi
dential Remember that your pros
pects of today may be your fortune
tomorrow, If rightly handled.
i of Zorado Izmar call al
block east of the Post Or
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it carry you longest, farr
most miles pe* dollar and
A Brilliant Marriage Celebrated.
SENECA, April 24.-The marriage
of Mr. ft. O. McNeill and Miss May
Hamilton in the Presbyterian church
here Wednesday evening at nine
o'clock waa one of th emost brilliant
affairs of its kind ever celebrated her.
The church was beautifully decorat
ed in evergreens and pink roses. The
attendants were: Mrs. C. B. Smith.
HOMES OF INDIVID
Are Easily Attained When You
Giye the Proper Attention .
4 and Consideration to the r s
Critics say we've a knack
for picking out pret
ty Wall Papers
In Strength of Beauty, Style, Va
l riciy and Lowness of Price,
Our Showing of This
Surpasses the Finest of Any Pre
vious Exhibit. Advice and Sug
gestions Cheerfully Given.
Guest Paint Co.
I List evening we received a
shipment of fine fish, including
the following: Shad, Red .Pin,
Crokers, Butter Fish, Black Fish,
Salmon Trout, Sheephead, Span
ish Mackerel, Red Snapper, Pom
pano, Shrimp, and Whiting.
Fish !>rrtsc3 Free af Charg*, mm? De
Cor. Benson ind McDuffie
mut ron of hoonr. Miss Lucile Hamil
ton, maid of honor, and Misses Lula
and Sue GignllHat, Sarah Neill, of
Greenville, Mass Ellen Todd, of Nash
ville, Tenn., and Mra. T. B. Jones, of,
Townville. bridesmaids; Dr. E. C.
Doyle, bcBt man, and Messrs. W. K.
Livingston, B. A. Lowry, J. E. Hop
kins, and J. L. 8tribllng. ushers.
The ceremony was performed, by
Rev. W. S. Hamlter, of Blackstoe':,
assisted by FeV. I. E. Wallace, pas
tor of thel Presbyterian church at
After the ceremony a reception was
held at tho home at which about
75 friends of the family were enter
tained and an elaborate luncheon was
served. After tho reception the yong
couple left on train No. 35, for Chat
tanooga, and St. Louis, and other
Mrs. Neill is the second daughter
of Mr. and Mra. W. O. Hamilton, of,
thia place, and one of the.most popu
l?r and accomplished young ladies in
,1110 town. Mir! Neill isa leading busi
ness man of this place. y
Oconeef county sent a delegation
of 27 members to the State -Sunday
School Convention which mot in New
berry thia week. Some of these from
Seneca and vicinity were: Mr. J. S.
Robinson, and Mr. Cole, Mrs. W. P.
Reid, Miss Julia Harper, Miss Vcr
genla McMahan and Miss Miller.
Urs. J. 6. Strtbllng and E. C.
Doyle have returned from the State
Medical Association, which met in
Greenwood this week.
Mr. Wm. Edwards and Joe McCary
and Rev. I. E. Wallace were In An
derson Thursday on business.
Mr. and Mrs. John Harper left
Thursday for Hot Sprint*. Ark. They
expect to be gono for several weeks.
Mrs. Frank King of Adair s ville.
Ga., has returned home after a visit
to ber mother, Mrs. J. H. Adams.
Mrs. Clove Folgbr and children
hove returned from a visit to her sla
ter in Chattanooga, Tenn.
Those attending the Presbyterial in
Anderson this week aro: Mrs. T. E.
Stribling. president; Mrs. C. N.
GlgnllHot, and Mrs. Lesley Stribling.
from the Seneca church, and Misses
Cora Hubbard and Cary Smith, and
Mrs. 8. N. Hughes, from the Rich
Mr. L. O. Lindsay 8orfensly H ?rt*
Mr. L, O. Lindsay, a prominent
stock dealer of thia place waa ser
iously injured In Westminster Friday
by being kicked by. a boree. He waa
brought home on No. 40 sind operated
upon Immediately by physicians from
here and Westminister. One ot thc
intestines waa entirely, severed by thc
blow. It was stated at the time ol
thia writing that he was resting very
wall, and hope ta held for hie recov>
Mr. R. E. Graybel. of the South
ern F.'iylway's Farm Department lg li
Seneca today meeting with the. tocal
program committee for the formen
chautauqua. Mr. Graybel la enthus
tootie for the chautauqua and promisoi
the hearty support of his deportment
of the Southern Railway.
THREATEN LIFE OF
COLUMBIA. Misa.. April 24.-Af te
receiving numerous anonymous note?
threatening his life and finding an un
exploded bomb ander the window o
bis room yesterday W. C. Meek o lo
cai attorney, today received onothe
It read: "BRI Meek and Seth Meei
1 missed yon the other night but II
gat eau eure xi yr<* stay in the State
You ?re still talking about mo am
my family. Toke warning."
Seth Moak io o nephew of th? ot
torncy, who liva? wit? him.
? Tko nota woo printed in pencil ' o
plain white poper and woo unsigned
It waa found under Monk's office door
Th* police aro working on Ot? theor
that the notes ?nd bomb wore place
by o faon whom Meek prosecuted.
* - - - * * IA 4f?AA I liAft I sT r*- - - - --?-?
I Persona) ii
Miss Mary Herron, whu teaches at
Starr, was a lisitor tu the city yes
Miss Annie Htggen of Plercetown
was among the shoppers ?u tuc city
H?cker Hailey. Mrs. W. I. Hail-:
Miss Mary Snow and Miss Stevenson,
all of Hartwell, motored lo Anderson
L. O. and Mrs. Robinson of Autre
ville motored to the city Saturday.
Stephen Fisher of Lev l-l Land was
a visitor in thc city Saturday.
C. L. Watkins of Helton was in
the city yesterday on business.
John Breaceale of Pendleton was |
a visitor In the city yesterday.
Miss Lillian Clinkscales, who
teaches at McLccs school was a visi
tor in the city yesterday.
W. G. Wilson of Liberty was In
thc city yesterday on business.
Lee Owens of Pendleton was In thc
city yesterday for a short while.
John Finley Of Mountain Creek wan
among the visitors in the city yes
W. R. McCown. of the Hollands
Store section spent yesterday in the
Mrs. E. D. Pearce and son, Wil
liam, of Greenville, arc the guests of
Mrs. W. A. Chapman.
Miss Ida Calhoun of Clemson Col
lege was a shopper in tho city yes
Misses Ethel and Alma Cole ni Pen
dleton were visitors in the city yes
Clarence Burriss of Spartanburg ia
visiting in tho city.
C. D. Watara of Starr wns among
the visitors in thc city yesterday.
W. H. Burriss of thc country waB
a visitor In the city yesterday.
J. N. Gumbrell of tho Neals Creek
section spent yesterday in the city,
Mian Selma Gam broil of Piercc
town waa among the visitors in the
Some Cynic He.
The office boy in a law office of this
town himself hopes to be a lawyer
some day. He has begun his studios
already by asking questions of thr
clerks whenever hiv hean* a legal i
term about which he desires informa-1
Tho other day he approached one
of the clerks with this question:
"What do you mean by a contin- ]
"It's like this," explained the clerk, I
"if you lose the case your lawyer gets j
nothing, if you win you get nothing.'
-New York Times.
Fresh Snap Beans
Fresh Squash, lb
Nsw Irish Potato?, lb
Fresh Carrots, lb
Fresh Tomatoes, lb
New Cabbage, bani head., lb
fresh from the packers, the kind I
that makes red gravy. If yo? witt
eat oae yam wfll asst another, lb]
Why not trade at tho atom that
?EMail to the appetite with poro
Cash Grocery Co.!
for yourself, if you seek men, if yi
fixtures, equip- mcnt.
Twenty-five words or IOM, OD? 1
8lx Tunca il.00.
?ll advertisement over twenty-fit
word. Rates on 1,000 words tc
No odvortlaement token for less
If your nam? appears lo the tel?
roar wont od to 321 tod o Mil will
FOR RENT-Store recently occupied
by Tho Intelligencer Job Printing
Department. If interested In a lino
aland and good proposition, apply
to Tho Intelligencer. 8-13-tt
FOR SALE-Somo of tito boot coal
and wood on tho market at right
prices. Wood cut to your order.
L v country alabea stilt my spe
cialty. W. Ulracr, successor to
Piedmont "Coal & Wood Co. Phone.
649. - 4-16-tf
FOR SALE or trade for a milch cow
-a rubber tired Columbus top
huggy, as good BH new. W. iii.
Rasor at Chlquola Durber Shop.
FOR SALE -Good Milk eow. Will
give 2 gallons when fresh, which
will bo in agout two weeks. Frico
Reasonable. W. W. Smoak.
DR. J. ?. WATSON
Office In Ugon A Lodbotter Building.
North Main Street.
Office Phone 210.
Residcnca Phone 386.
C. GADSDEN SAYRE
405-406 Bleckicy Building
Anderson. S. C.
Chisholm, Trowbridge & Sugg?
New Theatre Building
W. Whitrer St
NOTICE-At) TO COMMUTATION
All persons liable to road tax for
1015 ore hereby notified that tho time
for payment to the county treasurer ot
said taxes will expire on the lat day
of May, 1915. After that dato o penal
ty will bo attached.
J. MACK KINO.
ls gone. Tomorrow does not tx*
ODAY is the day of Opportunity,
the coloumn of opportunities. Read
e it--If you seek a broader opening
m want to buy or sell machinery.
flin? 26 cen'?, Three Time* SO ?nu,
word? prorata for each additional
? he used In a nouth made on appll*
than ZS centa, cash ta cd ranee
?phone directory yrq can telephone
lb? malled arter Ita Insertion for
WANTED-A rollahlo representative
in evory community to act as agent
for Tb? Intelligencer. Liberal com
missions paid. Appiy Tho Anderson
Intelligencer. < 2-2blf.
WANTED-To correspond, conll
dentlnlly, with anyono desirlous ot
becoming permanently cured, ot th?
morphine- or whiskey habit. The
KEELEY INSTITUTE, COLUMBIA,
8. C., Box 75.
WANTED-A good colored boy to do
denning, pressing and altering.
Columbia Tailoring Co.-6-23*3t.
DKY, PINE WOOD, cut, or In four
foot lengths, or felstxi; and perfect
ly dry. Prices right. Seo me for
all kinds of fire wood. B. N. Wyatt,
"The $5.00 Coal Man."
POTATO SLIPS-We expect today a
few thousand Nancy Hall variety.
Forman Smith, Socdman, Phone
IF ITS IN SEASON, and flt to eat,
wo have lt; and the price won't make
you lose your appetite olUior. "Jut
tie Gem" Cafe, J. E. Derrick, Pro
I prletor. 128 W. Whltnor Street.
BUCK-EYE DABBER SHOP-Hair
out 15c, shave 10. Best service. Sat
isfaction guaranteed. C. A. McClain,
Let UH duplicate your next broken
lens while you walt Can make it
from a piece of the old glasB.-don't
need your prescription. Have tho
imost modern Grinding Plant In the
South. If you are from Missouri Jost
como in we'll show you.
Dr. M. ll. Campbell,
LOUIHB S. Hilgenboeker, .
113 W. Whltner St., Ground Floor.
HONEY TO LEND on first mortgage
or real oBtate in ammount of $25.00
to $50.00 in Anderson county at 8 per
cent cont per annum. Apply to
James F. Rico, Anderson. S. C., of
fice over the old post office.
DAY OLD ( HICKS-121-2. 16c. Red?.
Plymouth Rocks and ordinary
chicks. 100 on* every Monday. Satu
delivery guaranteed, phone 847. or
write Room 6. 1191-2 N. Main St.
SACRIFICE SALE-Thrco mottled;
Ancona bens, one cock $6.00; threo
White Face Black Spanish hens,
one cock $5.00. Get started with
these extra laying breeds. M. C.
Faggart, Greenwood, ?. C.
THIS AD, accompanied by cash will
buy a doren photos aa follows:
Large als? Cabinets $3.00; Hjalf
filse Cabinets $1.26; Post Cards
60c; offer expires April 30th. Al
len's Studio, North Main.
4-25-3tp. _ I
FOUND-Bunch of keys with belt
hook attached have been left at
tilla office. Owner can have same
by paying for ad. 4-25-3t,
Ten Thousand Livingston Globe and RED
FIELD Beauty open air grown Tomato Plants
.at fifty cents per hundred Monday,
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