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ALL THIS WEEK
MCLEOD & MCDONALD
MUSICAL COMEDY CO.
12 PEOPLE 12
The first nomber prettented by thin Company
Monday will be
"A NIGHT IN OLD HEIDEL
A Musical ExtraTSganzu of Id?1 ody, Mirth and
Song, Featuring Inez und Odey.
Be sure to hear the Quartette-(??'.laguer,
Anthony, Inez and Odey.
MOVIES FOR TODAY
"THE OLD FISHERMAN'S STORY"
A Two Reel Majestic Feature.
"GUSSIE THE GOLPHER"
Ono of those funny Keystone Comedies.
Mr. Pmkston Guarantees thia show up to his
S. H. Byron
Leases Tho Aiken Journal and
Review and Will Conduct
The following announcement from
th? Aiken Journal and Review will
be ot interest to friends in Anderson
of Mir. S. H. Byron.
Mr. B. H. Byron of Anderson ose
of tito well-known newspaper men of
thia State has leased the Journal and
1 ?jview and beginning with January
25. will .have control of. the business.
business of newspaper work, having
been connected with the newspapers
of Anderson and other placea, and
more recently- connected with tho
Greensboro, N. C., News.
He ls a gentleman of pleasing man
ner, and a.writer of ability, and wlU
glv*p the people of this city and
county a good newspaper.
M it. W. B, OSHO HIVE
Returns Front Highland* Mach Im
Mjr. W. FA Osborne who has been
at. Highlands, N. C., for several
months has returned homo. His many
friends through this section will'bo
delighted' to know, that ho I? much
Mmprov^d ln^heaUh^^^ " *' .
The handsome new curtain will he in use
"A CAPTAIN OF VILLAINY"
A 2 Reel drama featuring Warren Kerrigan
"TWO OF A KIND"
A RoaringComedy. ?
"A RACE WITH DEATH"
Featuring Bob Leonard and Betty Schade.
"The Mystery of the Throne Room."
In 2 reels featuring Francis Ford and
Grace Carnard and two other selected
PRICES 5 AND 10c
* ELECTRIC CIT
* Item* of Interest ?ad Person
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N>gro Brought -
Charged with having fraudulently
obtained $46 from J. H. Chamblee of
this county aomO years ago, a negro
by the name of Sam Rice waa brought
buck here yesterday morning from
Clarksville, Ga., by Deputy James
Williams. The negro bad spent some
two years In prison in Georgia, lt ls
stated. It is said tbat he waa arrested
there for carrying a pistol and ley In
prison for a year awaiting trial. Upon
his conviction bo was sentenced to
serve one year on the chain gang.
Deputy Williams left Anderson Friday
morning to bring the negro bacK
Bound Over on
That Verge Hunter, the negro was
placed In jail recently on cnargea or
having stolen 2 1-2 bushels ot peas
from R. W. Parker, a farmer living
7 miles southeast of the city, had
broken into a barn to commit the al
leged theft, ?re the charges made
against the negro when the case waa
brought before Magistrate Broadwell
yesterday. This coas? being nut cf thc
Jurisdiction of the magistrate, the ne
gro was bound, over to the court of
General Sessions for trio!.
A special meeting of the board of
education was held yesterday In the
office of County Superintendent of
Education J. B. Felton. Mr. Felton
stated that there waa nothing to give
out for publication as to what trans
pired at the meeting.
S 1-4 Cents. Here
Cotton was quoted on the local mer.
ket yesterday at 8 1-4 cents, though
comparatively little of tho staple waa
offered for sale. Late in the afternoon
the market dropped to 8 cents. Local
buyers stated that they had beard of
no point in thia section of the coun
try whore cotton sold any higher.
From Governor Monning.
The first commission issued by Gov
ernor Manning to bo recorded in An
derson county was the commission
of Capt. H. H. Watkins as a notary
public. The paper waa filed in Ute of
fice of Clerk of Court Jomes N. Pear
man yesterday morning and recorded
Ol* CHy Bara. ?
Is Centlny Down.
Worteasn have about completed the
taak of tearing down the old barn,
which was sold at auction a few days
ago. The rasing of the structure
makes a great Improvement In the ap
pearance of that section of the city.
vVhcs t~s Sli bara Ita a&en removed
the city's stable ?ot will be improved,
and put In a strictly sanitary condi
Would be Admitted
To the Bar at 18.
Senator J. L. Sherard has Introduc
ed In the senate a resolution to admit
G. A. 1. Rosenberg, the 18 year old
son of Mr. H. H. Rosenberg, of thin
city, to the State bar, upon kio pas
sage of the required bar examination.
As the law stands now applicants for
admission to the bar must be 21 yea;*a
of age. Young |Ma>. Rosenberg has
been studying law for tbe post several
years. Whoils employed at Laster* Co.,
some years ago he took up the study
ot law, and applied himself dillgeotly
during spare hours. For the past two
years he has been connected with the
law offices of Green and Earle. He
ls an exceptionally bright young man,
and his friends predict for him a bril
Will be Here.
A letter received here yesterday at
tho chamber of commerce from Char
loo K. Bryant, architect tor the new
Anderson theatre, steted thst Mr. Bry
ant would arrange his plans so that
ho could be here for the opening of
tho playhouse, which has been set for
the night of February 18.
Condition of Mr.
News roaching th? city ye:U;rday
from Fair Play was to the effect that
Jullua Marett, who was stabbed aever
al weeks ago by a negro amed Oscar
Bird, whom ho waa attempting to ar
rest, was in a critical condition, a
chang? for tho worse having set In
several days ego.
Y SPARKLETS .
-J Mention Caught Over tb? *
bre?la of Anderson *
For Map H Received.
Kol Sowing the appearance ot a para
graph in The Intelligencer Saturday
morning stating that Secretary Por
ter A. Whaley of the Chamber of Com
merce waa aniroua to receive all or
dere for rural maps of Anderson
county, so that he might aend ott the
order to the government at once, al*
most a score of requests for the maps
were received within a very shot time.
Mr. Whaley stated that he will send
I off the order for tho maps early Mon
Dr. Kplllmau la
Ouest of Dr. Vine?.
Dr. B. W. SplUman, field secrsiary
of the education?-1, institutes of the
Southern Baptist convention, who ia
to address tbe men's mass meeting
in the court house at 3:30 o'clok this
afternoon, arrived in the city yester
day morning, ur. SplUman is the
guest of Dr. and Mr?. J. P. Vines. Dr.
SplUman wil teach the Baraca class
of tho Pirat Baptist church Sunday
school thia morning.
Here for Week Ead.
Senator J. L. Sherard and Samuel
M. Wolfe, member of the House of
Representatives, are spending the
week-end in the city. Senator Sher
ard stated yesterday that the'bill rati
fying the assessing,abutting property
owners amendment was introduced in
the Senate on Thursday and that the
bill outlining the abutting property
law waa introduced in the Senate
Friday. -The bill providing for the ap
pointment of commissioners tor An
derson county has also been introduc
ed and will be ratified some time thia
week. The bills affecting the abutting
prdperty owners matter should be
ratified, Senator Everard said, in the
next few days.
Mrs. Anna Dean
? Mrs. Anna Dean/of the Toney
I Creek section of the county died yes
terday morning at 9 o'clock of pneu
monia. She was about 67 years of age
and was the widow of the late Major
I John T. Dean, and' daughter of the
late John Pooro. >t?he ia survived hy
one son, John T. Dean. The funeral
services will be held Ulla afternoon at
3 o'clock at Shady Grove church.
Funeral af Mrs.
The funeral servtcea of Mrs. Lon J.
McFall, who Friday evening, arin
be held this afternoon ot 4 o'clock at
the residence of her .daughter, Mrs. L.
: Hillhouse. on Elisabeth street The
aervlcea will be conducted by the Kev.
John P. Vines, D. ft, pastor ot the
Pirat Baptist church,, Interment will
be Irl cM"r>'* 1?rc"li Th
following gentlemen will serve as
pall bearers: . L. P. Smith, Dr. J. O.
Wittute, Del j: P. Duckett. H. 8.
Shumate. Dr. B. A, Honry and D. P.
Schedule af the.
Mies Maggie M. Carlington, county
supervisor of rural schools, and Miss
Janie Carlington, in charge of the
canning and tomato club work in tho
county, will visit several schools thia
week, lt was announced yesterday
that they v, ill follow thia schedule
Mondoy-Concord and Lebanon.
Tuesday-Hopewell and Pierce town.
Wednesday-Mountain View and
Thre0 *nd Twenty.
Thursday-Concrete and Oak Hill, i
Dr. James* Headache Powders re
lieve al on-*-10 cents a
take . a Dr, Jamos' Headache
Ponder and In fast a few moments,
your head clears and all neuralgia and
pain tades away. . It's the quickest
and sorest relief for headache, wheth
er dull, throbbing, splitting or nerve
racking. Send someone, to the drug
store and get a disse package now.
Quite suffering-lt'a so needless. Be
sure you get Dr. James* Headache
Powders-then there will be no disap
And FincT Out
How Much You Gan Save
We venture to gay that better values than we are
are now showing weie never offered to the people
of this vicinity. '
Men-think of buying the very best Clothing that
can be made at these prices:
AU $27.50 SUITS . . . , t177C
All $25.00 SUITS are going m this Sale at one price. .?bl /./O
All $22.50 SUITS
Aiillsisoiurri - e****** ?? *T "rice $13.75
All $16.50 SUITS . . ... c i . ?tl ft 7C
AU $15 00 SUITS are going in tht. Sale at one price. .ipIU.fO
AuliaSibnl ^?olnginth?Sale?toneprice $7.75
The reductions in prices are very sharp, but te
h*ve determined to close out every winter suit in
the house. There is a lot of winter yet to come and
you will find it worth while buying now at these re
INVITED TO SMOKER
AKIN JAL MEETING OF CHAM
BER OF COMMERCE WILL
BE HELD MONDAY
Prof. W. W. Long of Clewaon
College Astern Secretary
Whaley Ho WO! Bc Hsre.
? Ovsr^the lou's distance telephone
from .Columbia, yesterday.. Pro? w.
W. Long, State agent ot thV farmers
? and meeting of the Chamber of Com
tmewc wnlo> > will 'be Held ) Monday
-evening. Prof. Long win. come down
from Clemson College by automobile
and return Immediately, as he wilt
have tb meet with the county demon
stration agents ot the State at their
semi-annual meeting which wtl". Le
hold et Clemson Tuesday.
Secretary What y yesterday made
public a revised program for tao
meeting, which reads as follows:
Chairman-Hon. J. D. Hammett,
chairman of the executive committee.
Invocation-Rev. J. W. Speake, pas
tor St John's Methodist church.
Address-"The Future Before Us,"
Gen. M. L. Bonham.
Address-"Agriculture/' Hon. W.
m V.'Vg, S**1* agricultural manager,
Addrcss--"Pavlng," Hon. G. Cullen
Sullivan* city attorney..
Plans for the work tor 1015, by Mn
T. Frank Watkins, rico chairman of
Address-"The Grain Elevator."
Edward H. Richards, Willow City, N.
Address-"Opening ot Ute Theatre,"
Hon. J. S. Fowler, president Ander
son Development Company.
.Momlnatlone for three directors, to
servo a term ot three years, begin
nrar'Februory 1. 1015.. and expiring
February 1, 1918. Appointment of
three tellers to canvass vote, appoint
ment to be. made by chairman. Elec
tion of sucti directors.
*Vi?rgo number. ' of . ;gu?st?, ? and
some very distinguished ones, are ex
pected to attend the smoker. Among
the more prominent out of town
guests invited to the meeting ere: W.
S. Lee, president and 13. Thomaaon.
general manager of the Piedmont and
Northern Lines; H. L. Hungerford,
superintendent of the Charlotte-At
ienta division of the Southern Rail
road; W. E. McGee, assistant gener
al passenger agent ot tho Bonnern
Railroad; Fairfax Harrison, president
cf Southern Railroad; Ai W. An,
derson, generU msnagsr of tho C. &
W. c. RaUroad; Ernest Williams,
traffic manager of the C. ft W. C. Rall?
road; Z. V. Taylor, president of tho
Southern Public Utilities Company?
C. 8. Allen, traffic manager of the
Piedmont and Northern lanes; W. Wi
Hess, president of the Anderson Gad
Company; a Al Bilah, vice president
of the Anderson Gos Company; Gov
ernor Richard I. Manning, Lieuten
ant Governor A- J. Bothoa, Col. E. J.
Watson, commissioner of agriculture,
commerce and industrien; COL Wil
liam Banka, of the office of the com
J missioner; officers of commercial or
Jgattlsations of this Stat?. S- Ah Car
olina and Georgia; Unlteu States
Senators B. R. Tillman ind E. D.
Smith; Congressmen Wyatt Aiken
end A. F.Levbr; President W. M.
RiggB of Clemson College.
Calomel makes yon sick and yoi i
loee a day's work. Calotte) is s,
nasty, dangerous cbenttcaL flS livei
your sluggish liver and bowels whei
constipated, headachy, bilious, Just a
10-ocnt hex of harmlessj Cascareta,
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Mother's Pension BAL
PHOENIX, Arts.. Jan? 23.-Widow
ers more than 60 years joid with chil
dren and unable to earn a livelihood,
will get a pension of $15 a month
for themselves and $8 for eac? child,
under terms of a mother's pension
bill passed today by the Arkona leg
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