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Boston Opera Compa
"f IN RECITAL ON THE LAST ?
The Redpath Cha
Greatest Musical Feature Evei
For Any Chautauqua Pr
Thia Recital Alone Ii Worth *AU That Is Askcc
Miss Nielsen Will Arrive Here In Her Private
Named the ' Alice Neihen" by the Pullmat
Chautauqua Week May 1
von Hindenberg After Victory of Augustowo,
Thia ia the hero ot Germany, ute
newest photograph of the mao who
ia aa much, talked of there as the
kaser hmself. It was taken shortly
after 5he vctory of Augustowo. when
tho Russian Tenth Army was an
nihilated.' . Although the general is
more than seventy years of age, he
docs not look, more than thirty-five.
The Germans .give him credit for
having kept the "Russians out, and
many of them have demanded he be
sent to command tho western army
which ls trying to hold Britons and
French In check. Although there
was a rumor from Berlin bc would
be transferred, nothing has btc-n done
about It and now. military men as
sume he will romain on the eastern
frontier to hold the Russians back
from their promised march to Berlin.
Low Round-trip Rate? I ? Everybody Offered try the
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY
. ' "The Progressive Railway of the South."
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To Newport News, Va.-General Assembly Presbyterian Church
In the U. S., (Southern), May 20-28, 1915. -
To Memphis, Tenn.-?General Assembly Cumberland Presbyterian
Church and Woman's Missionary Convention, May 20-2?, 1915.
To Richmond, Va.-'Annual Reunion, United Confederate Veter
ans, June 1-3. 1915,
To Birmingham, Ata.-Grand Lodge, I. O. O. F., of Alabav.na,
May 19-13, 1915.
To Birmingham, Alali-Sunday School Congress, National Bap?
list Convention (Colored), June 9-t4, 1915.
To Stn Francisco and San Diego, Salif.-Panama-Pacific Inter
national Exposition, and Fan?ma-Califotnia Exposition, 1915.
To Houston, Tex.-Southern Baptist Convention and Southern
Sociological Congress, May 12-19, 1915.
To Athens, Ga.--Summer School^ University of Georgia, Jun
28-July 31, 1915.
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r information, call on SEA
. Gen. Passenger Agent,
i For a Season Ticket
Car, Which lias Been
i Palace Car Co.
Oth. , to 17th.
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Guarantee Of a reliable dealer that it
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and a few applications should show
you how easy it 1B to rid yourself of
tho homely freckles and get a beau
tiful complexion. Rarely is more than
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prescription sold under guarantee of I
money back lt it falls to removo
COLONEL RESTS A ETER
(CONTINUED mOM PAGE ONE.)
president then." .
Roosevelt also was questioned
about the merger ot tho Tennessee
Coal and Iron company with the
United States Steel corporation. He
declared that he allowed the merger
becauso it was to the .primo interest of
overy citizen that some measure
should be taken to restore confidence
and stop the panic in 1907.
He told how he ?naed the panic ot
?1907 and identified a letter in which
Governor Whitman, then district at- ?
tornoy of New York, wrote that he
thought the time was ripe to rid the I
? State of the kind of party control
which waa mainly responsible for cor
rupt conditions. The Whitman let-1
ter declared the men and policies res
ponsible for the corrupt conditions
were not confined to one party. Roose
velt said he believed Whitman re
ferred to Barnes.
William Loeb, once the colonel's
private secretary, testified Barnes |
told him he had an agreement with
Charles F. Murphy of Tammany Hall
not to interfere in the selection of a
United States senator. That waa in
1011.prior to the time O'Gorman waa
chosen. While Loeb was testifying j
Roosevelt's counsel made a futile at
tempt to get before the jury testi
mony regarding vice and gambling in
Concerning the p inlc colonel told j
how Henry Frick am? Elbert H. Gary, j
representing the United States Steel
Corporation, visited him at the White !
House, telling bini If' the Morgan in
terests should take over the Tennes
see Coal and' Iron Co. before the ex
change optened, the stock.'much of I
which waa held 'aa collateral, would
Immediately become enhanced value,
and the country's business which was
trembling on a hair, wouldn't be
suspended. Tho colonel fold how he
took action, then notified the tew* !
papers, and he ?aid with pride "tho |
panic was stopped."
r KIDNEY PHI'
CHI HONCVft AN? SIAOO'
To .big business
You set the pace for
the little fellow to fol
Assert your confidence bf buy
ing HOW tastend of "waiting
Thea the smaller ones will buy
and we all he setters. .
tais ts tfca thee, sf .all
tune for the U. H. A. ta
snake vast stride?*
Let's ail get easy.
ANNUAL ne OF
GLUCK MILL HELO
HM Had ? Very Satisfactory Year
3 Per Cent.
Tho annual meeting of stockholders
anil directors ot the Cluck mills was
held yesterday morning at ll o'clock
In the office of the president of tho
Farmers and Merchante Bank. Among
the out of town f+ockliolders in at
tendance were: Messrs. C. E. Ht loy,
H. Li. Bailey. H. 8. Sears and Stanley
Morton, all of Boston.
The usual semi-annual dividend of
3 per cent waa declared, payable
June 3. The report of the president,
Mr. W. H. Wellington, wan read. It
showed that the mill had had a very
The stockholders re-elected the old
board, who are as follows: C. E.
Riley, W. H. Wellington, H. S. Sears.
8. G. Wellington and T. O. Nicholson
of Reston, J. B. Vandtver. J. L. Gray,
R. 8. Llgon and Ii- E. Ligon of An
At a meeting of the board of di
rectora hold subsequent to the meet
ing of the stockholders thc officers
were reelected for another year, aa
follows: W. H. Wellington, president;
J. R. Vandivcr, vice president;
Stanley Morton, secretary and treas
urer and Robert E. Ligon, general
ELEGIS NEW OFFICERS
E. G. Quattlebaum of Columbia
President-Meet Next Year
at Chick Springs.
Pperml to The Intelligencer.
COLUMBIA. April 29.-This after
noon the South Carolina Dental Asso
ciation closed it's annual meeting here
with tho election of officers and the
selection of Chick Springs as the next
place for it's yearly convention.
Tho following oHlcers were elected
to serve for the ensuing year: Presi
dent. Dr. E. G. Quatf.ebaum, Colum
bia; first vice president, Dr. J. T.
Montgomery, Spartanburg; second
.<lce president, Dr. H. B. Hair, Co
lumbia; secretary, Dr. E.; C." Dye,
f iaenvllle; treasurer, Dr. ?. H. Car
ley, Edgefield; directing secretary
Dr. J. Munroe Wallace. Spartanburg;
directors, Dr. M. D. Nesmlth, Lake
City; Dr. B. F. Bruce, St. Matthews;
Dr. Geo. F. Hair, Bamberg.
Dr. Louis JP. DoUerer, of Charles
ton, was chosen as delegate to the Na
tional Dentists Association and Dr.
P. D. Brooker of Columbia, retiring
president, was selected as delegate to
the next meeting of thc South Carolina
Most Everybody In Town
and the Country Around
TAKES THIS PAPER
Real General Staff
Gea. Faa Gei
. 1 V 9\ \ . . .. .J
This da the most recent photograph
of Generals Joffre and Castlenau, and
a recent one of General Pau-the
three ?sen in supreme commend of
the French armies. It ls current ru
mor In Europe that when General
Joffre accepted command he did lt
with the. understanding that he wsa
not to be interfered with at al. He
took on himself the sower of appoint
ing officer* throughout the army, and
? ot removing thosa who failed to sat.
i lafy him. His ?rsi act waa to
Generals Castlenau end Pan to) assist:
TO SUM OF $80,000
SOME QUESTION AS TO
WHETHER $83,000 COULD
I? Created by Council With Pro?
vision for Specific Amount to
be Raised Annually.
There liping some question an to
whet lier tho rlty cnn Issue $83,000
Of bonds and keep tho bonded debt
within the constitutional limitation of
8 per cent of tito total taxable valuo
of property in the city, city couucll,
In Bpecial session yesterday after
noon, suspended the rules and adopted
an ordinance reducing the recently
voted bond l3sue from $83,000 to $80.
The chango In the amount of tho
Issue was agreed to hy the bond pur
chasers, and the city will rec?|vc
from them the same price and prem
ium as was paid for the original
bonds, that it<. of course, in propor
tion. In other words, the purchasers
will pay the city for ita $80,000 of
bonds the sum of $82,021.00.
Thc ordinance also provided for the
creating of specific sinking fund, that
is, the levying of a tax each year suf
ficiently large to pay a certain amount
of mtcrest and principal. The sec
tion provides for tho payment an
nually of $l,or-0 Interest and $1,639.40
Makes 01 Feel Like 16.
"I suffered with kidney aliment for
two years," writes Mrs. M. A. Bridgea,
Robinson, Miss, "and commenced tair
ing Foley Kidney Pills about ten
months ago. I am now able to do all
my work without fatigue. I am now
Cl years of ago and feel like a 16
year-old girl." Foley Kidney P1118
strengthen and invigorate weak, tired
and deranged kidneys; relievo back
ache, weak back, rheumatism and
bladder trouble. They aro tonic In
action. Evana l'harmacy.
Taking Care of the Children.
No parents would ennscrously be
careless of the children. Joe A. Ros
marin, Clarkson. Nebr., uses Foley's
Honey and Tar for his two children
for croup, coughs and colds. He
says, "Wo arc never without Foley's
Honey and Tar in tho house." A dis
tressing cough, sleepless nights, and
raw, inflamed threat lead to a run
down condition in which the child ls
not able to resist contagious or Infec
tious di peases. Foley's Hooey and.
Tar ls truly healing and prompt in
action. Evana Pharmacy.
Splendid for Rheumatism.
"I think Chamberlain's Liniment Is
Just splendid or rheumatism," writes
Mrs. Dunburjh. Eldridge N. Y. "It
has been used by mysolf and other
members of' my family limo and time
again during the past six years and
has always given the best of satisfac
tion." The quick relief from pain
.which Chamberlain's Liniment af
fords is alone worth many times the
of French Army.
have been removed and no causa for
the action has been given. . Ho has
not tolerated interference from tho
cabinet, nor otiter civil officials. The
recuit has been that with only
1,800,000. men in the field. Ute French
clalmV ho has held tho Germana at
bay for more than four months.
Generals Joffre, Castienau, and Patt
have managed the war '?.aa' they ?aw
fit. Thew have divided their work so
that eacMatteods to a department.
They kaMMe* out l?sa news about
rome from any other
for yourself, if you seek men, if yt
fixtures, equip* ment.
Twenty-? ?a word? or lora, Ooo ir
Biz Tunca ILM.
All advertisement orar twsn?y-flr
word. Rates on 1,000 word? to
No adrartiaemest taken for laos
If roar name appoars In tho tal?
your want ad to 821 and a bill will
FOR SALE-Pop-Corn at S2.60 per
bushel. You can't raise better
forage than Pop Corn and Peas
Furman Smith, Seedsman, Phono
FOR SALE-Somo Ot tho best coal
and wood on the market at right
prices. Wood cut to your order.
Low country slabcs still my spe
cialty. W. dmr -, successor to
Piedmont Coal & Wood Co. Phone
I FOR SALE or trade for a milch cow
-a rubber tired Columbus top
buggy, as good aa new. W. E.
Rasor at Cblquola Barber Shop.
FOR SALE-Tobacco Dust Dug
Death and Slug-Shot Now ls the
proper season to apply for best re
sults-get the worm and the bug be
fore, lt gets yours. Furman Smith,
Seedsman, Phone 464.
WANTED-A reliable representaUre
in every community to act as agent
for The Intelligencer. Liberal com
mioBlons paid. Apply The Anderson
WANTED-To correspond, confi
dentially, with anyone d?sirions ot
becoming permanently cured ot the
morphine or whiskey bsblt The
KEELEY INSTITUTE, COLUMBIA,
S. C., Box 75._
WANTED-A good colored boy to do
cleaning, pressing and altering.
Columbia Tailoring Co.- 5-23-31.
WANTED-Stenographic work by a
competent office, woman, careful,
neat work. Address Miss Wicker,
Anderson College, Phone 932.
FOUND-Bunch of keys with belt
hook attached have been left at
this office. Owner can have same
by payidg for ad. 4-2G-3t.
LOST-A bunch of keys. Finder
please phone or return to P. B.
Brooks in care or lt. W. Pruitt ft
(Sons store. lip
DR. J. E. WATSON
[Office in Ligon tc. Led better Building.
North Main 8treet.
Office Phone 210.
Residence Phone 286.
C. GADSDEN SAYRE
405.406 Bleckley Building
Anderson, S. O*
Chisholm, Trowbridge dc Soft*
New Theatre Building
. w nitrier ac.
Last evening we received a
shipment of fine fish, including
the following?. Shad, Red Fin,
Crokers, Butter Fish, Black Fish,
Salmon Trout, Shcephead, Span
ish Mackerel, Red Snapper, Pom
pano, Shrimp, and Whiting.
fisk Dressed Free . * Charge, and De*
livered Promptly \
C. F. POWER & S?
is gone. Tomorrow does not ex
ODAY is the day of Opportunity,
the coloumn of opportunities. Reid
s it-if you seek a broader opening
JU want to buy or s^H machinery.
un a 26 MA'S, Three Time? 66 cents,
. words promts for each seditions!
bs uied In s t^onth mads on appU
than 16 coate, cash ut advance.
phone directory yen can t?l?phona
be malled after tts inserUon for
OBY, PINE WOOD, cut, or In fonr
foot lengths, or Blabs; and perfect
ly dry. Prices right See me for
all kinds or Are wood. B. N. Wyatt,
"Tho $5.00 Coal Man."
IF ITS IN SEASON, and flt to eat.
wo have it; and tho price won't make
you lose your appetite either. "Lit
tle Oem" Cafe, J. E. Derrick. Pro
prietor, 128 W. Whliner St? eel.
BJ CK-E YE BABB EB SHOP-Hair
cut lCc, ahave 10. Beat service. Sat
isfaction guaranteed. C. A. McClain,
Let us duplicate your next broken
liens while you wait Can make lt
from a piece of the old glass,-dont
i need your prescription. Have the
I most modern Grinding Plant in the
South. If you are from Missouri Just ?>
come in we'll show you.
Dr. M. R. Campbell, ?
Louisa 8. Hllgenboeker,
112 W. Whitncr St., Ground floor.
I MONEY TO LEND on first mortgage
of real estate in amounts of 616.00
to $50.00 in Anderson County at 6 i
per cent per annum. Apply to < 4
James P. Rice, Andereon, 8. C., Of*
flee over the old post office.
-.-;- i i
I SACRIFICE SALE-Three mottled *
Ancona hens, one cock $5.00; three
White Pace Black Spanish hens,
one cock 65.00. Get starte* with
these extra laying breeds. M. C.
Paggart, Greenwood, S. C.
- i i i i,, .? i ? .i -m , i, ,." . _ i [IL
I THIS AD, accompanied by caeU will
buy a dosen photos aa follows':
Largo Bise Cabinets (?8.00; ?alf
Sise Cabinets $1.25; Post Carve
60c; offer explrea April 30th. Al
len's Studio, North Main.
DAY OLD CHICKS-12 1-2, 15c, Red*.
Plymouth Becks and ordinary
chicks, loo off every Monday. Sat?
delivery guaranteed. Phone 847, or
write Room 6. 1161-2 N. Main St.
FOB RENT-Store recently occupied
by The Intelligencer Job Printing.
Department, lt Interested In a fine
stand and good proposition, apply
to The Intelligencer._6-16-tf
Local Color For Sale.
'Got any quaint old charactcre
around the village?"
"WA have," replied the village land
lord, "If you are after local color for
a novel we have a large assortment
of characters who will bo quaint and
comical for $2 a day. Any dialect
spoken as msy be required."
BEAD -THE BLACK BOX* IN TO
DAYS ISSUE-See page seven.
AN IT? SKIM
AND END ECZEMA
Bays thia old-time
edy is appliei Uk?
Any irritation or breaking ont ea sae
face, arms, legi or body when aesdav
?anted by itching, or when tbs skia is
ry and feverish, can be readily over
come by applying a little bold-sulphur,
says a neted dennatologUt
He ?tates that bold-sulphur instantly
allays tb? angry itching and irritation
and soothes aa* heals tbs Eaeema rtgM
up leaving the skin clear sad, asssrta.
Bold-sulphur baa occupied a secure post
.ion for many , '.?rs in the treattnms
of cutaneous dhorders because ef Ka
psTMita-destroyiag property. Nothing
hu ?v?r keen Taund to ?ai? ii? plies
ia treating the Irritant* and -fetas*
m&tory skin affections While not al
ways establishing ? p
never taila to subdue
tatton and dr ira the
lt ia often years Issi
tk>n ig?in appears a
Those troubled aol