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Richards Tropical Girls Present "FARCE COMEDY" MOVIES FOR TODAY "EVERY HEART" "FROM THE RIVER DEPTHS" "CURING FATHER" BIJOU TBEATR. T O D Y "THE IDLE RICH" LKO Two Reel Comedy. "THE MARKSWOMAN" Big U Western Drama. "A CIRCUMSTANTIAL SCANDAL" Nestor Comedy. ???H(dlair?@?m Tlhe?tbr TODAY 3 REEL VITAGRAPH AND ONE REEL COMEDY Show Opens Promptly at 3 O'clock ?OR HOMKg^^6tet T30 H N Ll U L S Y Sf*-* Jimms E?t Fortunately, 1 ' ; A's we said yes let day, $10.00 payments soon accum ulate to $100.00 payments, And The young men who are buying - ? homes in North Anderson utider bur .Jr: liberal pians will pay for 4hem]^??h\\? other young; men will' Ire wondering . wheiC"*H??r own money has gone. ' MOST GORGEOUS THEATRI CAL EVENT EVER OFFER ED IN ANDERSON RESERVED SEAT SALE ON TODAY Box Office Opens Promptly st 9 O'clock-"First Come First Served" Will Be thc Rule. Thc brilliant nml lone; looked Tor Kirmes? ls to bo presented tonight nt Hie .Anderson theatre, and the whole of Anderson and tho three hundred or moro people taking.part arc looking forward with greut and keen antici pation of witnessing tho most preten tious and at the same time: the most gorgeous theatrical offering of the whole year. For tho post three weeks the talented pconlo in tho many Kir mess Hc.encH and dances liable worked long and very hard to bring thiB Kreut event to tho degreo of perfection lt has reached, and lust how well they have Biicceeded will .be shown tonight, when tho curtain goes up on tho open ing grund march. In which the whole 1\Inness caBt will bo i con. King and '?in on. Tho king and queen of the great Klnnesa will he crowned tonight. No ono knows who thoy are, and thia Stately crowning of the l oyal Pair is to be ono of the great treats of . the whole brilliant program. Tho per formance will sturt tonight promptly at olght thirty, and all aro requested to ho in Mu ir seats huon that time ?6 a", to seo' the entire coBt on thc stngo in the great opening scene ami and witness tho crowning of the king and queen. Heat Halo This Morning. The roscrvo scat salo will open thia morning ut thc Anderson theatre box oillco promptly at nine o'clock and tho first in lino will have the choice of the best soats In the theatre, and the KlrmeBS management say that one person can buy just as many Beats as thoy wish, BO If gocd seats are wanted lt will be well to bo on hand when the box o nice window ls first opened. Dress Rehearsal Lnsl Night. The final dross rehearsal was hold last night and every thlDg went off perfectly, and tho chaperones and directors of tho Klrmess are more than delighted and feel that every thing that goes to make up an inter esting theatrical offering has been dono and 1': only needs the support ot Ute people of Andorson to make lt the moBt successful affair ever given here, for ;,uroiy lt is the largest nffulr that has evor been attomptod in Anderson. Kirmess Matinee. There Is some talk of ? Kirmess matinee to bo given on Saturday af ternoon, and if things go as thoy should lt will probably take place, however that ls a dotait that will be announced later, but tonight tho Kir moBs ls un assured thing and 11*3 go ing to be the greatest thing of the' wholo year, and everybody who i3 -any thing ls sure to bo among thoao pre sent. ; . ' G saville Represented. Greenville is to be well represented In this brilliant affair and sixteen wol'l known society boys and girls aro to motor over especially to take part In tho Spanish d?nco that wo3 danced, (veted and sung so beautifully in the [?reenville Kirmess. The young ladles who aro coming over especiallyx for tho Kirmes? aro ?aid to bo eight of the moat; beautiful, girls in tue whole ot Greenville, end they dance especially wot?, and it behooves local dancers to Bxort" themselves tc their- utmost ao &s to carry off tho dancing honors or this long looked for social and thea trical event. . LEBANON SCHOOL NEWS Doings of interest nt Wtire-Awake High School Buring Fast Weeg. . Tho following program Was render ed by the literary society Friday, Oc tober 29: . ' :Song by society. Rssayr-"OrIgln of Hallowo'en' - Mr. Max Welborn. t?bate-Resolvod, " That spooks ronliy oxlBt. . . Affirmative-Miss Nancy Bre&seale and Mr, Wade Robbins. Negative-Miss Madeline,Smith- and Mr. Frank Thompson. ? Spooky reading by Miss Edna Wy born. Soooky evetts . by Mr. J?nn Marv tin. Music by Silas.' Floride Welb?rn. . The society wilt meet:twleo a month and will give public programs in th> hew hall, built by the. civic league^ The; 1 Ha\lowe*en musical given -, by tho faQUlty and the pupils was greatly enjoyed and largely attended . Tho teachers had the pleasure, of idttldg'wlth Mr. and Mrs, i?, t?. Rohblns Sunday, October 25th. ^TWiV^.^?y Bolle Cooncr spent tiie week-eud . with' her p?renta in Oreen The high school boys have urgente ed ? ; basket ball team. Mr. Wade Fjbbbina was elected .captain; Mr. Malcolm Dncwortb. manager. They hope to put out a strong teeni this year, , and ; *<yiU haye come games th near future. A Matter of Numbera, j "|f a man -kills another man ls he Wwhj'M putin. Jail, mamma?" . "Not always. Sometimes he* la patti by toe government to do it; and If .ha c?lh bnty kill ?Doughhe wilt name moimments erected to him." ' rmess To FEVER-ST31GKEK HOI PROMPTLY SUCCORED PROVISIONS, CLOTHING, i MONEY AND OTHER NEC ESSARIES POUR IN MANY INTERESTED i_ i *".,-7 Enquiries Came Early and j Throughout the Day Concern ing Destitute Family. I Touched hy the story In yesterday's j Intelligencer depicting tho pathetic condition of a fever-stricken family of six people In one or thc local mill villages, dozens of good people of Andorson Interested themselves In tho case immediately and ere nightfall the i house of misfortune had been visit/ J by the delivery wagons trom a num i ber ol grocery stores, by kind heart ed individuals in per*on ard by mes sengers representing others who could not go, and thc pantry well stocked with all kinds of rood, the sick rooms furnished with necessary I delicacies,, thc fuel house rcplenilsheif I and a neat little Bum In cash deposit ed for tho purpose of purchasing such .things as the family might havo need of later on. Karly in tho morning inquiries were received at The Intelligencer office by I persons who desired to know more of 'the details concerning thc situation. O?hers did not take timo to do this, but, acting on information which they gained from the columns of this pa per, wont direct to tho bouse and gave succor to the family In distress. Throughout the dayi.de! Ivery wagons from grocery stores paused at The Intelligencer office tb enquire the way to tho houso, while others deposited with the office boxes of grocorles to bo delivered to tho family by this pa per. Even as thia, is being: written (Thursday night) there ls a huge.box ot groceries and a large bundle ol clothing In thia outee which could not bo delivered for lack of time. Further - more . there are contributions in cash to tho "amount of S7.00 iu the office, which will bi delivered to tho family Friday. Ono of tho very tlrBt persons to be come interested in the case was Pres ident Jan. I). Hammett of the,,Arider? son mills, who called on- ono of tho attending physicians; to know some thing of tlie circumstances surround ing the case. He deplored t? fact I that ho had not learned of Ute sit uation earlier, arid pointed out how ?lt was next to impossible for him to hoar of, suoh cases uniese, thoy .were reported by the,attending physicians. Ho implored the doctor .to apprise him hereafter ot all cases of distress aa soon aa ?hey were, discovered, in order that he might .rehder them aid which bo would always gladly tender. Following aro cash contributions re ceived yesterday: Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Felton .... .S5.00 E. P. Valentino.. .. .. .. T700 Cash... ,...1.00 I * CHEDDAR * Mrs. Will Chapman, whp has been very lil with typhoid fever, ls Blowly improving. . ? ', <? Mrs. -.Miles Ellison -"f Anderson visited h0mefolk8 hero Sunday. Mrs. John A-, Mahn'tfgy Spent thc week-end witt relatives near Euro ka. Mr. Clayton Copeland/ has been quite ill for tho past week. A number of our . people attou?*? the union meeting atr Big Creek on last Saturday and . Sunday..\ They re port a good meeting. Mr. Will Mahnffey attended tho Oakwood Singing convention last Sunday. Mr; Henry Ilumphrc^ 'h?s m?ved his family from Cheddar; to'his. new home tight miles rrom. Anderson. School opened at this: ; place la?t ^^onday morning with a. fairly good enrollment. Owing to the amount of cotton In tho fields1 t??ny children were unable to come to school but tho busy season will soon be-over and a large riuriib?r wilt begin nest. w??k. Miss Gertrude- CllnKscales. l? prin; clpal of our school. She..(a'assisted by Miss Lorena Kay as primary teach er, and Misses Lola Copeland and Selma Gambrell ca tnicisncdlato teachers. Misses Kay.and Qci?brell are new teachers,-, this . being Mlas Cflln*t?>:cales second .year- arid Miss Copeland's fonrta xeagv Rev, J.?T. Mann's ?Appointments.* F??v. J. T. Mann will' preach at Mt. Bethel church n?xt StiridAy tnorn Ing at 11 o'clock, and >.t Kerwee on B?me day st 3:30 p. m. ^lored'falr Ariiie^Mc*ment. ; JfcrOf ' M. H. Ga?s?way ot the color ed schools asks that >tt ^.announced tho Heed street school 4>oya will make brooms during tho colored": fair on the grounds. There wUlia^so he sn ex hibit from: tho B^ia?V^?nartri^ro^ The Modera ^ajseefi. "*B^s.-'th?:farme>'''i^h?r?'--V0? hoard tak dailectr* ? *N0; he discourses *?fco?t agrlcut lural problems in suofe aematlft* terms that tt is aft' I can dV^t?el?' xrlse ari* pretend to folio* hliri.^Kansaa. City journal. It's the ' The wonderi and Young Men' R. W, ?See the KI RM ESS Friday Ni] How to VroTcnt Croup. It may bc a surprise to you to learn that in many cases croup can, be pro* .vented. Mrs. H. M. Johns,, Blida, Ohio, relntcu her experience 4s"rfol lows: "My little boy ls subject to croup. During the past winter I kept a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Reni er y in the house,, and'when-he be gan having that ' croupy cough I would give him one. or two doses of it andi it would break the attack. I like it better for children than any (.thcr cough medicine because chil dren take it. willingly, and it la safe and .reliable." Sold by. all dealers. POCKET BOOKS The best lino in Anderson. Btt?fc,, PUT SULPHUR ON ANi?CKll ?jv M END ECU Beys this old-tidie Eta!?&$ rem edy ia applied like . ?old cream. v .Any irritation or breakup edt on the face. arm*, .IogB or body when aecwn.'L panied by itching; .oratan.' ibo *kin 1? | dry and tevorfaS, cnn li? readily ovar-'j j come by applying a little"^ld-mlpLtd, ll toys a no??4 dermtolog?al.: . ?le ?tnica that fcot?-vjlphur instant! allays tho tfngry: itching: hiid irntatlJ and soothes and' b?ais tbs Ee?cmae " ^^ttaving ' the skin clear and SEC Eold-iu:<phu* hus occupied a secuiss " tion, for" many years in the treatment of cutaneous disorder* beaauae of its in treating th? ?w?fewle sad Inflam matcry. ?kin affections. . "While net.- al ways oatablsshiwg ft permanent cure lt :n<^;^isUs-''?0'T^ttvto::^\itehitt^ irrl- t tatton and drive tba ??tna away and jj it.ia often yeart :latf? l-pfore 'ady ?tup- I lion again: apneara od the ?kl?. I ?'Vfam troubled .sl^ffi\4ltt1n:'9^'iiay. ' cream. Talk of the Town cul values we are offering in Men's s New Eall and Winter Suits, spe cially priced at $10, $12.50, $15, $20 and $22.50 Every new style and color that is worn this season is well repre sented in our showing; and at the prices at which we are selling these clothes, the real values are there* SH OES If you have never worn a REG?L Shoe, you have missed some of the greatest foot comforts that hu manity is always looking for. The REGAL is undoubtedly the great est and grandest shoe made. It has all the style, wearing quali ties and absolute comfort, that a person could ask. Priced $4, $4.50 and $5.00 Other Good Shoes at $2.50, $3.00 and $3.50. TR 11B B L E sht" The Up To Date Clothier Represent the utmost service, safety/mileage' and pleasure obtainable from an A?t?-y? cation trip. TODD AUTO SHOP Opposite The Palmetto ; N. Main. f Here's the test Compare our India and Ceylon Black Tea with . what : you. have been drinking^ lt*s far more delicious and refreshing. Spn'd for a sample bag of our "Sib/er Label" Five O'Clock Blend all ready for your teapot-enqugh for three cup? UJ-113 Hudson St *' S?FE-'??IA, FiRST ** ?ad Ahv?y? New York Caty AWrcM Cell Me?? S? F??c??, 1913 Ois) , S. iL Capital ana Surplus ?im>,v>uv.0i? Collection? Given iToraps^AUont?on. ???na Am i?p;M>| . . ' M. Kl? M47?O?j President, V. P. and Cashier. II. B. Camphell, Asat. Cashier. P??z?r, SL C. ; ' Capital and Surplus '812tMQi>.G3 ' Collections Given Careful Attention Ellison AA Smyth, .Inc. A. lludjrenn, II. R. Tollison, Asst. Cashier. Red Rust MtoM Oats jYe :?ap?et vWc?nesday, ircrn Texas? u, car cf geuamo Ked Rust Proof dat?, wM.e!?. n? consider oararires fortunate.tu ha^ag secured this time. Alan, ?e Lnve a car of Inc Old vcltofc?o Chut?arioo^n turn plews. Torn your land with 'thjtg: pion;, ?oyt gC??A?R? TeStft* fled*. Snst 'Proof . Oats and you're sore of plejislng results.