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at Geisberg Bros. TODAY $2.50 Mary Jane's, pat- $2.00 ent, light sole . . ..... $3.50 'Kewpie' pumps, $2*95 patent and dull today. $3.50 "Peggy" pumps $3,00 patent and dull today < Military Oxfords, sand, putty and battleship gray, worth $4.00 $5.00 today . . $3.50 men's oxfords, $g QQ tan and black, today. . Silk hose, pure silk but slightly X9c imperfect, today., Geisherg Bros. S H O ES UGH! CALOMEL MAKES YOU SICK. DONT STAY BILIOUS/ CONSTIPATED ..BOSSM'S Lhtf TOM" Will Glees Yotr ?I?&UB (Jw Better Bau .Cetoawl aid Ce? Not Seitab. Calomel makes you sick-, yon lose a clay's work. Calomel is quicksilver and it salivates; calomel Injures your liver. If you arc bilious; feel losy, sluggish and all knocked out, if your bowels are constipated and your head aches or stomach ia sour, just take a spoonful of i harmless - Dodson's Liver, Tone instead of using slekening, salivating calomel. Dod*?*?'? Liver Tone is real liver medi cine . You'll know it noxt morning be* cause you* will wake up feeling fine, your liver will be working, your head sehe sod dizziness gone, your *lnmach will be sweet and bowel? reuular. You will feel like working. You'll be cheer ful ? full of enorgy, vigor and ambition. Your druggist or dealer sella you a 60 cent bottle of Dodson's Liver Tone under aiy personal guarantee that it will clean your sluggish liver better shan nasty calomel; it won't make yob tick and you can eat anything you i wsnt without bein? salivated- Your druggist guarantees that each spoonful will start your Ihrer, clean your bowels and straighten you up by morning or you get your money back. Children gladly take Dodson's Liver Tone because-'it is pleasant tasting and doesn't gripe or cramp or make them rick. s> I om selling millions of bottles bf Dodson's Liver Tone to people who have found that this pleasant, vegetable, liver medicine +nkca the place of dangerous calomel . Buy one bottle on my sound, reliable guarantee. Ask your druggist about me. WALL PAPER DO IT NOW Take advantage ot the pleasant weather and have your decorat ing done now-we have tho pa por lostock and can denver the gooda on a moment's notice no walting and no disappoint ment. You will Qed some exception ally v nice papers for 10 CENTS ? double roll others a little more-but what ever the price you will dod right-just as low or a little bit les> -han you would pay any where ela?. GUEST PAINT CO rWO PETITIONS FOR PAVING JPRESEN?ED EAST RIVER AND GREEN VILLE STREETS PROPER, TY OWNERS WANT IM PROVEMENTS THESE ARE FIRST, Commission However Will Have to Decide What Streets to Pave and When At a meeting of the paving com mission yesterday morning in the of fice of Chairman Horton for the pur pose of receiving propositions look ing to the engaging of a consulting engineer to assist Resident Engineer Wade A. Banders in the carrying on of pcvlng operations in the city, it wat announced that twd petitions, properly drawn up and s<??cd, ar sing for the paving of streets under the new abutting property owners' law. had been presented. The petition* were' for <the paving of East River and Greenville streets. As to which petition was the first to ho completed, nothing ls known. Both petitions came before tho entire commission, in regular session, at tho same time. It docs not necessarily follow that the first street to be pav ed will be that one for which the first petition is. presented, nor does it fol low that the commission will pave every street for which there is a peti tion. Just what streets will be pav ed and thc order In which they will ho paved, are matters which the com mission will decide themselves, after considering all the facts. The East River street property owners ask for the paving of this street from South Main Btreet to the city limits, while the Greenville street property owners ask for the paving of this thoroughfare from its inter section with North Main K/feet to the Boulevard,"br to the city limits. Those who signed the East River street petition are: F. E. Watkins and Wife, A.- P. Cater, J. O. Rast, Theo. B. Fant. Ernest Du gan'. J. H. Casey. Mrs. J. Reece Fant. Mrs. N. E. Martin. ... ?t. Harriett D. Sullivan, Jno. -Frank, Mrs. M. Les ser, Sol Lesser, H. R. Wells, Mrs. L. A. Dean, Adm!.; Mrs. L. A. Spell man. Mrs. J. McGrath, A. P. Johnstone, Mrs. G. F. Bigby Mrs. Mary O'Donnell; G. W: Chambers. Minnie F. Nardin, W. W. White. Mrs, W. W. White. A. L. Sm?thers. B. A. Strickland, Mn?. Susan . W. Geiger, Mrs. <?. B. Thom son. W H. Bsrton. Jno. W. Linley, trustee; A. M. McFall. A. M. and F. B. McFall, Mrs. Christine Morgan. F. Keith Pr?vost. Est. G. F. Tolly, Mrs. M. A. Milford. St. John's Methodist ehurch by J. B. Humbert, chairman board of trustees; P. E. Stephens, admx.; C. L. Harris. Mrs. 'Ramah Clarke. W. J. King, J. C. Osborne, H. G. Anderson. J. L. Hembrce, Lottie C. Estes, lt. Y. H. Nance. " The signers ot the Greenville street petition are: M. L. Bonham, Mrs. F. G. Tribble, R. W. Tribble, Mrs. Mary J. Cook. Mrs. D. L. Johnson, J. L. Sanders. T. E. Howard. Sam D. Harper, exe.; Annie L. Glymph. Mrs. R. C. Laughlin, C. A. Reed. J. P.Duckett. E. E. Elmore, Lillian Murrah, T. A. Wtugington, A.' P. Carter, E. C. Callsham. J. T. Simp son. Mrs, Jno. W. Cochran, Mrs. Chas. E. Cobb, C. Ban Allen. O. L. Msrtln. A. H. Dagnall. J. O. Sanders, Jno. C. Dickson, J. T. Erskine, Mrs. W. K. Davenport, Mrs. Jno. A. Pruitt. ANDERSON COLLEGE ?NOT IN THE RACE" From The. State. "There ls nothhl; In the report that Anderson 1B or will)be In the race for the college to be formed of Chico ra College and the College for Women," said, yesterday, the Rev. George ?A. Blackburn, pastor of the Arsenal Hill Presbyterian church. "Anderson, Cdllogo," he said, ''ls at Baptist institution and bss plans for enlargement along its own lines." Dr. Blackburn, quoting the Rtv. S. C. Byrd, D. D.. president of t<ticora Coll?ge, made the statement, at a re cent public meeting in Columbia, that negotiations had been begun looking to thc turning over of Anderson Col lege, free of debt, td the Presbyte rians. The foregoing statement is to set at rest rumors arising out of that remark. Greenville ls not at all disposed to )ose Chicora. it appears. Tbs Green ville News says that committee are forming to conduct a campaign to savt the college to Greenville. The News says: "An active campaign will be started at once and the delegates to the va rious presbyteries will be asked to re turn the college to this city. In case it ts returned there will be the Jor dan estate, veined at $75,000. The present site can be sold tor about 9160.000. and this, together with the value of the Columbia woman's col lege, can be ns<?i In building a larger Calcera on the edge of the city." FURTHER OUTRAGES TJFMS. Russia, March 26.-Tur kish troops have committed Virther sets of violence on thc American mission hi U rumia h. Persis, according to a msasace received by the local viceroy from G order Paddock, Ameri can#cousul at Tabris. Paddock transmits s mirffcage from Robert M. La bare, missionary at Urumiab, say Itt the Turkish consul at ll nantab, forced his way into the mlaatrtn rnmruuinil nltli a ni?jtth*r of Turkish regular troops and removed some Assyrian . Christian refugees who were then massacred. The Turks also beat and Insulted Am orles n Ells* A CONFESSION Hopes Her Statement, Made PoMic, ] will Help Otto Women. Hines, Ala.-"I must confess", says Mrs. Eula Mae Reid, of this place, "thal Cardui, the woman's tonic, has done me a great deal of good. Before 1 commenced using Cardui, I would spit up everything I ate. i had a tired, sleepy feeling ail the time, and was irregular. I could hardly drag around, and would nave severe headaches con? tinuoufly. Since taking Cardui, I have entirely quit spitting up what I eat. Everything seems to digest all tight, and 1 have gained 10 pounds in weight.'' li you are a victim of any of the numer ous ills so common to i our ?ex, it is wrong to suffer. . For half a century, Cardui has been re lieving just such ills, as is proven by the thousands of letters, similar to the above, which pour into our ofiice, year by year. Cardui ia successful because it is com posed of ingredients which act specifically on the womanly constitution, and helps build the weakened organs back to health and strength. Cardui has helped others, and will help you, too- Get a bottle today. You won't regret it Your druggist sells it Writ* to : Chattanooga Medicine Co.. LadW?" Ai ri lory Dept.. Chananoog*. Tenn., for Bptcial In ctructiant on your ca? and 04-page boc*. ''Hon? TrtsUEtnt for WWII." ?ul tn titln wrapper. NC 120 EQUALIZATION BOARD IN ANNUAL SESSION NOT A SINGLE COMPLAINT CAME BEFORE TRIBUNAL FROM ANY PLACE WAS UNUSUAL The annual.meeting or the county board ot equitation, held yesterday In the court house, was one of thc most unique on record in that not a single complaint came beforf, the tribunal from any of the townships of the county. The board assembled at noon and waa in session only 30 minutes, organizing by electing J. C. Duck worth, of AVilllamaton, chairman nm W. H. Cobb, Jr., of 'Belton, secretary. Mr, Joe Do u th it was elected as the Anderson county member of the State board of equaligation he having fill ed.thia position most acceptably last year. ?w .. . County Ad'-tor Winston Smith stat ed that be had notified four tax pay. er? of the county of an Increase of over $100 -in tho assessments. A roll call' of thc townships waa had to hear complaints, but there ware none forthcoming, showing. that the complaints had been adjusted by the township, boards of assessors pre viously. Before the board adjourned various, members brought.up instances of' what they thought wcre unfair assessments in their respective townships. J. J. Martin of Heck Mills told of a negro named Johu Shelton, living on the river, who is paying taxeB on hts land at the rate ' 16 an acre when the Ll and probat vould not sell for. more ythan |10 au acre. He thought a rea sonable return on this property would be $4 an,acre. Excessive valuation on land owned by S. C. Campbell, on Seneca River, in Fork township, was mentioned by J. M. Broyles of thai township; The law o? these po'lnts was cited by the auditor, and the board members are to make affidavits" In the audi tor's office covering these mattera and the -same. will be taken up with tho comptroller general's office J. M. Bryles renewed his Plea to have one-half of the assessment on Portman ' Shoals hydro-electric plant placed in Broylea school district. Aa it now ia all of the assessment cn this property is placed Jn Zion school dis trict. Tiio representative of the town I ship In. which Zion school district is located, T. P. Hobson, stated that he thought lt would be only fair for the assessment to be divided among the two school district?, aa suggested by Mr. Broyles. Messrs Broyles and Hobson were advised to take the re turn of the Southon Public Utilities company on this property and agree upon a division of the assessment be tween the two school districts. The board was complimented by the auditor on the business like manner In which the business of the aosslon was dispatched. Will Complete Trial Today. INDIANAPOLIS. March 26.- It la believed the governments' care in thc Terr? Haute election fraudo trials will bb completed tomorrow. Governor Ralston was today's chief 'witness. CREAM FOR CATARRH OPENS UP NOSTRILS Tells Hew To Get Qakk Relief from Head-Colds. Ita Splendid I In one minute your donged nostrils will open the air passage of your head will clear and you can'breathe freely. No moir, hawking,' snuffing, blowing, headache dryness. No struggling for bresth at night; your cold or catarrh will be gone, j Get a ?mall bottle of Ely's Cream Balm from your druggist now. ?p ply * tittie of thies, fresg-antv aa tlsept j. healing cr2am in your nos trils, lt penetrate* through, every ?lr passage ot tho band soothes the inflamed or swollen mucous.membrane and rel let conies instantly. It's just fine. Don't stay stuffed up with a oald or nasty catarrh-relief coate*.so quickly. Market Report LOCAL QUOTATIONS (jruin and Seed?. Kar corn, per bushel ....90c tu $1.00 j Mixed peas.(1.50 to $1.60 Cane seed, per bushel ..ft.SB to $1.50 Soy beans, per bushel.$2.50 California black eye peas, per * bushel.$2.50 to $?.75 Dwarf Roper, per pound..?< Seed Cotton. cleveland, per bushel.. ..75c to $1.00 Cooka, per bushel .. ..$1.00 to $1.20 Toole, per bushel.75c to $1.00 Mitchells Prolific, per bushel.. $1.50 Texas Riordan, per bu. $1.00 to $1.25 Cul pepper, per bushel.$1.00 Poultry. Hens, each.3Gc to 50c Friera, each. 30c to 45c Fresh Meats. Porkers dressed, per lb. 12c to 12 l-2c llogB dressed, per lb.Ile Mutton dressed, per lb. 10c to ll l-2c Lire Sleek. Beet cattle, per lb.1 to 4' l-2u Veal calf, per lb.4 to 5 l*2c Hogs, per lb.8 to Oe Sheep, per lb.4 1-2 to 5 l-2c Provisions ? Country hams, per lb. lue to 17 l-2c Eggs, per doz.17 l-2c Butter, per lb.20 to 25c Sweet potatoes, per bu. . .$1.00 to $1.10 Turnips, per bu.60c to 85c Turnip Greens, per bu... 60c to 75c Spring onions, per bunch 3c to :J l-2c COTTON Local cotton. 8 3-lc Liverpool. Spot; 5.48. Receipts 42.000. Opon Clues May-June.5.42 5.38 July-August.5.54 5,48 Oct-Xov.5.67 5.07 Southern Flan te rs Not Curtailing. NEW YORK. March 26.-The cotton market opened at a decline of 1 to 3 points today iu sympathy with disap pointing Liverpool cobles, ?but very quickly firmed up on renewal of yes terday's buying movement. Hasty read'.ng of Washington dispatchei leading to tho impression that south ern planters are not curtailing to i cotton acreage appeared to bc partly responsible for the break during thc middle of the morning, which carried active months 10 to 12 points net low er. Prices later steadied somewhat. Open high low 2pm May.....9.55 9.67 9.52 9.52 July...9.88 9.99 9.80 9.8U October .. ..10.19 10.28 10.10 10.UT December .. 10.35 10.48 10.28 10.28 FENNEL-JONES The marriage ot Mr. R. R. Jones to Miss Lila Fennel at her home on last Wednesday at 12 o'clock was an event of exceeding interest to their many friends. The house was tastefully decorat ed in ferns and narcissus and were In profusion in the hall sud parlor. To the sweet strains of the wed ding march by Miss Minnie Fennel, youngest sister of the bride, the brid al couple entered and took their stand where the Rev. H. C. Fennel, father of the bride, performed the ceremony in a most beautiful and Impressive msnner. Immediately afterwards an elegant dinner was served. The bride wes gowned in a hand some sand colored coat suit with hat and gloves to match, and carried car nations. Mrs. Jones- ls the third daughter of ROT. and Mrs. H. C. Fennel and ts a young lady of loving , disposition. Mr. Jones ht a young man of ster ling worth and character, end holds a responsible position in Greenville. With tho best wishes of their friends the happy couple left amid a shower of rice for their futuro home In Greenville. LEGAL NOTICES TAXPAYERS TAKE NOTICE Tho time for paying taxes will be j out April 1st. and I have published a liai of Anderson School Districts I No. 17, which have not been paid. Now if you fall to call for your poll tax when you pay ybur taxes lt will cost you $8.00 so If you fall to pay,! do not blame your auditor. Preachers and School Trustees ave liable for poll tax. WINSTON SMITH, County Auditor. NOTICE Taxpayers of Anderson county: The tax books will close tht> Slst of March. .AU person- not paying by then will have to settle with the sheriff. Only niau more days remain. W. A. Tripp, County Treasurer. March 22. 1815. JUDGE OF PROBATE?? SALE George .Barton et al . agaiast Rosa Breasesh) et al. Pursuant to order of sale herein granted I will sell in front of tbs court house door at Anderson. S. C., pa salesday io April. 1915. during the usual hours of sale the following j property: All that lot In the town of Williamston. B. C., containing one half acre more or loss, bounded by lots of James Ware, ft. Mahaffey, CL YES terday ii ist. TC This is tl it. Usc for yourself, ff you seek men, if yoi fixtures, equip-nient. Classified ? Want Advert? Twenty-??vo words or lest, Ose Tl Six Times $1.00. All advertisement over twenty-fl T? word. Betes on 1,000 words to I No advertisement taken for l*sa I If your name appears In tbs tole j your want ad to 821 and a bill willi prompt payment. WANTS WANTED TO SELL-Sundy Springs, Rural Water Works, suppllos farms with water for stock and home. No rains and no pumps. Erected by manufacturers. * For prices and information, apply to Rochester & Smith. Sandy Springs, 3-17-1 mo. WANTED-Regular customers for pure sweet milk. Two deliveries dally. Phone 4805. Bonham O'Neal. 3-l?-6tp. WANTED-To correspond, confi dentially, with anyone desirious of bocoming permanently cured of tba morphine or whiskey habit The KEELBY INSTITUTE. COLiUM BIA. 8. C. Box 76. WANTED-A reliable representative in every community to act ns agent for The Intelligencer. Liberal com missions paid. Apply The Anderson Intelligencer. 2-28tf. WANTED-The privilege to cure tobacco users at home. . $5.00 buys the. cure. Information if desired. THE KEELEY INSTITUTE, CO LUMBIA, S. C., Box 75. FOR RENT FOB RENT-Store recently occupied by The Intelligencer Job Printing Department If Interested in a fine stand and good proposition, apply to The Intelligencer. 3-13-tf LOST LOST-A bundle containing merchan dise and a book on North Ander son car* about 3 o'clock Thursday! afternoon. Finder please return to Camp Riggs and receive reward. LOST-A bunch of keys at Col. Rob erts' fox hunt. Finder please return to R. W. Tribble and receive re ward. . 3-27-3t W. Anderson and fronting on Acad emy atreet, it beinjL the lot of which Isom turton died, seised and possess ed and the same deeded to bim by R. A. Gray by deed recorded in clerk o? court's office tn IBook WV page 488. Terms cash, purchaser to pay extra for papers. W. P. NICHOLSON. Probate Judge as Special Referee. NOTICE The 'annual meeting of the stock holders of the Dime Savings Bank, Anderson. S. C.. will be held at their banking house ou Tuesday, the 6th day of April, 1916, at 4 o'clock p. m. J. D. BROWN, President Anderson. S. C. March 4, 1916 RIDER i ti 19 BACH TOWN uni ?4 IS BlBk"??i?gsr"t)tcyotofu w y^^Sjm m Vy making-money fast. / t\ flftvn B/??iWo *hh> to anyon* I fl \ IWBL BY /JTM advance, prepay/rt / f l I Wm ? /IIa? which tune you mi A I fl raw ? su Isl H rou aro then no AMllBssm IJl|y^B cycle ahlpltbackt Nl?ml?LMFACTORY PRK i WMfflrWa YOU WILL BE 1 I rlrlKBV^ \ mi^? ib? trondrrfKllf knpi \UuMw \CTrS^^?reS<s^? \ \ NW W eVoeWat^aS \%it ttMlbat oratory bava *numlMroo h&pd tal ^t^tl*W^ryJr^bl\t? I miro ?rOIM*a?TW)IIILEF90MNnCT9l?3 i ?.?.?uaasr-fffinva ^ lively ^and^fcaaj^ j OOZE*? porous endT hSch' cipas? wTsnuuV punotarea without allowina- air to flaca p?. T so nor? Utan an ordinary Ure. tb? pu netti r ottamte* betn* slven br aerersl lavera of 'Jolt preparedfabriconthe tread.-, 13?mgutarpr! Urea it ato.et per paie, but for adrerUjlnsw am maklag a ?pecTttl factory prto* to Ut? rfd St.SO par pair. AU ord?* ahjpped same da received. We wi? ship C. O. D. oa aporova s gone. Tomorrow does not cx )DAY is the day of Opportunity. lie coloumn of opportunities. Read it-if you seek a broader opening i want to buy or sell machinery. Columns ising Rates in? 25 cents, Three Times 50 cent*. ? words prorata for esch additional be med in a month made on appli han 26 cents, cash In advance. _ ?hone directory yon cen telephone >e malled after ita insertion for FOR SALE FOR SAM!-Prolific Pop (urn, pure white and extremely tender. Un questionably one of our best fora KO crops. Pu nunn Smith, Seeduniun, Phone 464. FOR SALE-Singlo comb Black Mi norca eggs for hatching-$1.00 fur 15. L. M. Murphy, care Murphy Coal and Wood Co. Phone 726. 3-20-61. MISCELLANEOUS -o- ? THE ORV STOVE WOOD wo Keli la certainly giving tho best of satis faction. How do we know? Hy tho repeating orders from satifsflod cus tomers. Stove wood cut any length. B. N. Wyatt. Phono 182. YOU CAN SAVE money by having your blcyclo, motorcycle, ken-., locks or go-carts repaired by Oates & Smith, Phone 103, 130 Went Whitncr stroet WHEN the Inner man calls for some thing tp eat-come; to thc "Little Oem".Cafo, No. 128 W. Whitncr street^ whore you will find what you want und at the right price. J. . E. Dorrick, Propr. BUCK-EYE BASHER SHOP-Hair cut 15c. shave 10. Best service. Sat isfaction guaranteed. C. A. *MeClalu. Mgr. . . r ' - ? DAY OLD CHICKS-12 1-2. 15c, Red?, Plymouth Rocks and ordinary chicks. 10O off every Monday. Safo delivery guaranteed. Phone 847, br write Room 6. 1191-2 N. Main St. DR. J. E. WATSON General Practice Office in Llgon & Ledbotter Building. * " North Main Street. Ofllco Phone 210. Residence Phone 386-"" THIS-AND FIVE CENTS I DON'T MISS THIS. Cut out this slip, enclose five cents to Foloy & Co., Chicago, 111., writing your name and address clearly. You will receive in return a trial package containing Fol ey's Honey and .Tar Compound, for coughs, colds and croup; Foloy Kid ney Pills, for pain in sides and back, rheumatism, backache, kidney and bladder aliments; and Foley Cathartic Tablets, a wholesome and thoroughly cleansing cathartic, especially com forting to stout persona. Evans Phar macy. I6ENTS WANTED district to ridesndofhtbltasamolo Latest Model imUhcdbyua. Our WOT AsenU c*?ry v-here aro JfrtUforfuU paritcu jnandipecfal cOf at onn. IRR0until you racelveir'JsatgOTe?^ ttghl. ?nd allow TRRD AYR'PRRR TRtALdurlnff inselraoarcaUkc^sjkHearaoarunhaardof remarnabU special agars. P?Bctar?-frw? I M M ?# A SAMPLE PAWS #JL 99 99 Ml UIMJW' il* tM8s,r RRRBM SS??j;? ?tr* witt ?Maat ^^?'?v^ftt?Toe OUVIM ? bicjM? ir u p?lr fU_7??*m?* !?. t*m+a?miu?*it* oem* ****** wWrto, IPANY,6HieAa09!!LL.