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Owing to the Backward Season, and other locai conditions,.
we have decided to CUT PRICES'on our Suits; Dresses, Evening
Gowns, Skirts, Waists and Millinery.
Because of the fact that we only added a FAIR PROFIT at
first, we cannot advertise our Ready-to-Wear at HALF PRICE,
or anything iike that; but wc have made BONA FIDE reductions
which will nipan BIG SAVINGS on Ready-to-Wcar of the very
HIGHEST, quality, and at thc very beginning of the season.
Terms-Strictly SPOT CASH
Suits niado in thc Redingote
and the new short coats styles
in all of this i season's want
ed colors, as follows:
?35.00 Suits at..1.. .. . .$25.00
$30.00 Suits at.$22.50
$25.00 Suits at..$20.00
$20.00 Suits Ut.$15.00
$15.00 Suits at. .$12.50
$12.50 Suits at.$10.00
Silk Dresses, Dinner Gowns,
Evoning Gowns, Dancinr
$40.00 Dresses at.$30.00
$35.00 Dresses at.$27.00
$25.00 Dresses at.$20.00 I
$20.00 Dresses at.. .. ..$15.00$
$15.00 Dresses at.$12?>?) 3
Skirts and "Waists at
PATTERN HATS AT COST
WEBE OUT IN FORGE
BIRDS WILL SOON EE SCARCE
FIRST DAY OUT
Iv?/ny Listened to the Lure of the
Forest Yesterday and Evjtry
- Field Was Fairly Alive.
A stranger traveling through An
dereon yesterday would have hesitat
ed not one moment should he have
chanced to pass a held. Ile would at
onco conclude that a man-hunt was
hoing waged br something o? the kind,
because o? tho fact that every piece
of land In the entire county. seemed
io he fairly olivo with hunters enjoy
ing their first day of the season. Tho
cird law went out Sunday.
There Is of course, no way of get
ting the correct figures,, but it is esti
mated, upon tho best ligures obtain
able, that 1,033 men stayed at home
from church yesterday, upon the pre
text bf the weather and Incidentally
cleaned up their old shotguns, hunt
ing coats and pint llasks. This latte;*
lo carry the hait--nc, i>??s -pardon, this
isn't a fishing trip, they carry thc
flasks just for tho spirit of the occa
Within lese than a week, there will
b?, all sorts or stories in the newspap
"era about the "sad tragedy" v>i "Hi
ram Perkins" or someone else, whose
bead was perforated by a huntsman
who thought it was a wild turkey.
Somo one else with a safety catch on
his' guu will start to crawl through
the barbed wire fence and blow him
self to pieces. Others will Just natur
ally forget that the gun is cocked and
plug como Innocent guy standing be
hind and there will be others of-tho
various natures, all paying a toll to
the desire for hunting. The fellow who
vas not. drowned during, the slimmer
by rocking the boat, will end his ca
rocr with an unloaded gun.
. Tho open season on. dcor In this
State begins on ?ptero.tor 1, and
continues until January 1. As to par
tridges and wild turkeys the open sea
Bon commences on November 15 and
continues until March 15th. The open
scacon for doves Is now on, huving
commenced on August 15. It will con
tinue until March. There is a law on
the ?tate statute which makes it un
lawful for any person to cast abroad
on any field or other land, grain or
other food, as bait for-doves,'for.tho
purpose of buuting doves between
March 15 and December i.
Fur woodcock, the open season
commences September 1 and contin
ues until. January; for willct Nov
ember 1 to'March 1; for wood ducks,
September.%, to'?Marph 1; for grackle,
October 1 to March 1. Violations of
tho- closed season aro pniabable by a
(Ino of $10 for each bird killed or pur
sued. ' . .
Among some of the. important pro
vis' jnd of thu buuting laws, accord
ing to the codo of 1912, no. person is
allowed to kill more than twenty-five
partridges, twenty-flvo doves or two
wild turkeys during any ono season.
No person is allowed to. hunt on lands
of another without ownor'3 consent;
?nd it ia unlawful for persons to hunt
with fire by" night. This offense, is
punishable by a fine of not moro than
$10 for each bird killed during the
night, ?15 for c-acn u??? tuned.
There lo a law also-against trap
ping birda efceent upon one's own
land and .'this* doubtless was .drawn
for'.ibo pot-hunters ,who used to snare
whole coveys at the time.
Stat;? 'Treasurer Writes A\ Coan
t:?s to Send iii Tax Money aa
So'jn as possible.
Tho Anderson county treasurer has|
' resolve i a "notice, as has every other
treasurer in lh'e.Stat<) In which S. T,
Carter, the/. State treasurer, aakB that
the counties send tn all tho tax money
tti?y have on .hand.
.Call for Immcdlato pro merit of state
taxos bea been sent out to the county
treasurers by S, T. Carter, stato treas
urer.' Very Httle,.inoncy has- boen re
ceived to dato. Tho collection-of stale
taxeB was begun October 15.
-, Tko following cai!-was/sent'to the
. "Pienso send nie. n check, on tho
inth tb cover all Stato funds you haye
on hand-r-ba'ck taxes and current tax
es- lt matters not how auiall'.- tho
amount moy be. Jf all-of. tho treaa?
urers- will probably respond-to this
appeal tho remittances should aggre
gate an; amount suiflcloot. to take: caro
of'.tho State's, obligations until Decem
ber 1, .when Soother rntriuttanco /will
be due...There-ls not.sufficient money.i
on hand .with which to pay. claims
that; will probably . bo presonted dur-1
lng' the week. 1' shall expect ybb^ to do !
your part toward .taking .cazo'of tho.
Stato's er. dit."
f will give $10.00 froward for tho"'ire-'
turn of ; Willie Brawoer, a small ? de
formed negro about . four feet two
iucheo tall, and twenty four years .bid.
Left my premises sometime in Juno.
V C; WILSON,
8tp. Belton. It F. D. 1. Box 6?.
"L?st call for Turkey I Fjr?fc coule,
.first ecrvcil." Exit England; followed
closely by Franco and Husaia.
. .?. - '
WIFE ASKS 1 il
SEARCH FOR HUSBAND
HAS BEEN MISSING NOW FOR
Waa Oat cf a Position and Wan
dered From Home-Wife Ap
pealed to The Intelligencer.
After having exhausted all other
resources and tri?d iii vain to got
rome clue to .her. husband's where
abouts, Mra. J. M. Martin yesterday
appealed to The Intelligencer to aid
her In her search for her miking
husband and to assist in restoring
him to his home and family. Accord
ing to Mrs. Martin her husband luis
been gone for soveu weeks and wheth
er ur not theta hon been foul play o?
nonie sort abo does not know. Site
is alarmed, us aro the friends and rel
atives pt Mr. Martin, and an exhaus
tive search of the country is now be
Mrs. Marlin presented a pathetic
figure yesterday as she told, In tremb
ling voice and eyes filled with tears,
ot the two little boya at home walt
ing for their father, of how sick one
of thc Halo fcllowa Ia, and of how
he calls constantly for ?'daddy" .to
It seems that Mr. and Mrs. Marlin
?iv&d on Crayton street in Anderson
.ind that Mr. Martin first worked for
the Briss?y Lumber Company and
then for tho Harton Lumber Company.
They move?! to this city last; Christ
mas and had been happy and content
ed herc until the head of the house
>st his position and as thc savings
grew Emailer und smaller and no new
position appeared. M'?*. Martin contin
ually grew more and moro despond
ent. Finally hp left home one morn
ing with the announcement that he
waa going to try to find a Job and he
ha3 not been home again. The fam
ily was ejected from the residence on
Crayton street because tho rent was
not paid and then Mrs. Martin had to
take her children and return to lmr
father's home, near Williamston..
Ksadors of The Intelligencer ore
0,11 asked bo lend their aid In the ef
fort now being made to find the mis
:> o o o o o o o o O o ooo o oonoo
o .' v':v?r . o
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O O O O o o o o o o o o o o o o o O ?I
Miss Thelma Smith was hostess at
1 a party at her nome en Friday even
I big. The occasion was a pleasant one,
and the young jteople enjoyed them
selves to. tho fullest extent in playing
garnit for several hours..
Miss Maude. Erskine, ono, of tho
Starr _ high.''school l-'t?aeh?i'a. . was* thc
guest'for thc V/eek-end of Mrs/jJ. A.
.McAllister. ' "
On last Wednesday evening Mrs.
Cliff D.. Coleman entertained in hon
or of thc teachers, of the Iva high
?school with a social tea 'fhh evening
pwns most pleasantly spent.
Mi?so3 Lela Hood and Mullen, stu
dents of-tho-Woman's ?pliega, .of Due
West,-have been sounding n few day?
here, tho rjucato cf Rev. S. J. Hood
(and' family. .
Mrs. Jim. Drift and', children o? Mc
wlth hcr~sls?oi\ Mrs; W. F. McGee.
Mr. and Mm. T. C. Collins have re
turned tn thfilr linnie I?? fjrrnnvvn-vl
after spending a short While here with
relatives. , .
Tho would-ne rural mail carrlnrn,
who e'.'jod tho, government, examina
tion which was held in Anderson Sat- j
unlay were: E. W. Powell, Reese Mc
Donald, Lorin SIrnnnon, W. A. Qailey, ?
T. A. Sherartl, J. C. Joncr.. T. E. Wiles.]
M. A. Chapman. Hubert Simpson, Gua
Townsend and T. C. Jatkson. Jr.
'Rev. H. W. Stone and, wife .of, An-1
doraon have been spending a few .daya j
hoi ? with friends. ? ?' . ?
, Mr. presi?n : Lntimer was in town
a "few boura Sunday.
. Ile*'.. Cobb of Greenwood preached
in tho' First Baptist church here Sun
i Miss E.llzabetn Stilwell of McCor
mick is on n via.lt to her .friend, Miss.
Edna McGee. . ;
Tho regular, mcntihg of thc Baptist
Ahl Society ?.wan hold , or? Friday a?
ternpon,. with, .Mrs. Tv F. ^?llll'and. No
.special feature marked, their meeting.
After the usual business . was r?Jj|pon
scd wtyh tho hostess served delicious
?ak? and. Chocolate..;
Miss Claudia Herron', h as returned,
.to her homo in Starr after -spending i
OLEAR sight is necessary to
both your health nnd SUCCORS.
DIM ylslpn eau genpraliy. bo
relieved-by - .correctly ?o~a;icd
and fitted gUiHses'.
: DON'T bo blind to your own,
Interest.. Exorcise- sound wis
dom and intelligence by having ^
US examino your oyca,'lt . will
bo a thorough, palnntaklng, ex
perl examination, that: will put '
you.on rho right track of eight. .
.... Y?.U can : count : on Us for ; .
jj truthful, in form alio? and right -,|
I glosses. 5
Prices $2.00 nnd up.
Wa duplicate. broken glasses
by malj-rscnd thpm to us
DR, im M. ISK?K??J0??.
810 8. Main St. Anderson, 8. C.
(JR<H.;.M) FIOQB.. . - ,
Three Doors Below Kress? Tea
INSURANCE MEN HERE
NEW MOVE BY THE INSUR
WANTS MORE TAXES
Announcement of F. H. McMastcr
Was Heard in Anderson Yes
terday With Interest.
Almost every insurance man in An
derson ytas interested yesterday in
the announcement that R H. . Mc
Mastcr, insurance commissioner for
South Carolina, will have nome Inter
esting things to recommend to the
>ic."t Geucral Assembly of South Caro?,
lina. It wac hard to got any expres
sion Hom local insurance men yes
un\>> but it was pei'tcctly evident
! ;t most of them do hoi agree with
Mr. McMaster in his conclusions.
P. II. McMastcr, Insurance cominls
lloner, hi his annual report to the
general assembly, will say that be
tween $20,000,000 and $40,000,000
Worth of property held by South Cnr
dinians in this state has never ap
peared on tho tax lmiAu, "and so far
is our Information goes no ei?ort has
ever boen made IM have lt entered on
'he tax ho?'?s." Reference in made to
tho ca;;h surrender values'.of life In
surance r?llelas held by Smith Caro
linians! It is safe to say that thone
valuer, amount to between $:50,000.000
"In consideration of thin matter
and review of tho authorities, how
ever, it do<?H not appear that it ls held
anywhere that cash Rurrortder VUJUPB
of Ufo Insurance policies may not bo
mad o a subject of taxation, mid he
question arises in connection with tho
taxation of insurance rompantes,
wind her or not thc $?10.000,000 to ?40.
000.000. in round figures, tho cash
surrender values of insurance policies
held by i^outh Carolinians are not or'
should not he made ni subject to taxa
"Thc companies bav.? cried ' out
from time to time and have generally
persuaded thc public that Insurance
companies arc taxed- more heavily
than other institutions, but \carcful
and impartial students of the subject
will find tbts'npt to bc Irue. Aa shown
be.'orc in reports of this department
life insurance companies of other
StatoB should ho. taxed on their cash
taxed merely on premium receipts,
and the reserves whicli aro practically
tho cash onrrendor values, aro neith
er taxed hero nor elsewhere, tho com
panies' securing exemption from tax
ation on their reserves Ia their homo
States on the ?round that their re
?serves aro linr.'.lltles to their pollcy.
holdcrs and are tho property of their
policyholders. Certainly,- on tho.show,
lng of the companies themselves, the
policyholders, therefore, in their home
Stats shoould bo taxed on their cash
"lt In generally admitted that tho
nresent system of taxation in, South
Carolina i:? unsatisfactory. Therefore,
an Injustice? would be done if tho cash
surrender valuo of policies Khouhl bo
taxed at their full fac<> value, -consid
eration being given, to the fact that
the companies nay tax on their pre
mium luceme from certain of these
jfn.vf?w t' th?~ condition this der;
-ir.rtment ia not recommending that
Ibo rpr,'\ 'surrender valuer, of policies
' ' r ' ,~l ? 1. I,..; i.... CCTUpaU?CS HOV.-"
.-onBed in thia State nnd paying taxes
to thc Slate bo taxed; -But certainly |
there ca? hq no objection at all to re
quiring nil cash surrender values to
bc returned'and those to be exempted
from taxation Which aro in. insurance
companies now licensed in tho- State
and paying taxes and license fees to
tiio State, but imposing the cullinary
State. ?nd . County tax on ooah sur
render values on policies, held by .citi
zens ot. this State in companies which
aro not Hconacd In the State and
which aro not paying taxes to the
a few days hero'-with Uer aunt, Mrs.
J. A. McAllister.
- Prof.- Clift D. Coleman attended the
teachers' meeting which was held in
Mr. C. B. Willis, who has hoon in
Osark, Oklahoma, for tho paul few.
weeks, Js spenfling sbmo timo' hero
with his family:
Mr. Oscnr Anderson of Spartanburg
was hero Saturday on business.
Misa '.Neille Ti Hall of Ahtrevillo
and Mr. -Lester Morrow of Iva, No.
1, wero married. Sunday afternoon by
lew. S. J. ilood. ...
.Rev. It W. Martin married thc'fol
lovring couples Sunday at his resi
dence: Miss Lula Griffin and H. W.
Campbell; Misa Annie Chnvping and
Porter Parnell, ThoB. J; Manics and
Miss Lida Burton.
?cst Couch Medicinefor "ttftldron.
"Hirco years ago when I was living
4n ' Pittsburg ono; ot roy children had
n hard cold and coughed dreadfully.
Upon thc edvico of h rugglst I pur
chased a bottle of > Chamberlain's
Cough Ilomody arid it bcncflttod him
at onco. I find it the best cough med
icino tor children borauso, it ia pleas-,
ant to take. Thoy do not object to
taking It," writes . Mra. Lafayette
Tuck, Homer City, Pa. This remedy
contains no opinion or other narco
tic, and moy bo given to a child as
confidently'as to .oh adult Sold by
all doalors. . .
j-..-.^- . --i->
i l Wish I was rock
A-sIttln' on,a hill, , . .
?Atd?..ln' nothln' all day long
- But Jurt a ?It?n* still
I wouldn't ?leep? I wouldn't eat;
I wouldn't oven, wash; . ,
I'd Just sit. still a thousand years.
And rest, myself, by .Ooah!
<~-;-, -, ?___
; We nt o not broke by ? long slghtU
*A folleo? ' ' ?
"No Home Complete
"Without a Piano
Thc relining influences and the elevating/tendencies of music in
inc home cannot be exaggerated; in fact no house is a HOME.with
out it contains a piano. Count over the satisfied and contented
?ionics of your own acquaintance, and nine out of ten will be found
to contain a plano. After the days work is done, the family can
gather in the parlor and have an evening'of music,. Isn't that bet
ter than have th? family scatter immediately after supper, is over for
their individual pleasures? ,
With the VERY LOW PRICES at which we arc selling the VERY
BEST pianos, GUARANTEEING them for TEN YEARS, t?o li?me
should lie without a piano. . .. ..
You see, we EUY our pianos outright, paying SPOT CASH for
them, laking every discount, which enables us lo SELL Hiern MUCH.
CHEAPER than any other deater has ever sold them in the. Piedmont.
TERMS OR CASH
The Patterson Music House
M. M. PATTERSON, Meager. No. 130 West Benson Street
IF YOU CANT SEE
You should coimult an Optome
trist AT ONCE.
To u?gloit'or tinker '?v/Ith. your
bye-sight, is very dahgctvi?B.
Suppose you v/ont blind!
Eyes eicauiineti . sud- glasses fi*ted
prices rcaaonabl?,~?3 to $5 and up!
Repairs foe'and i.ip. ; '
Dr. M. E G
112 W. milner St
yVill Haye Reason for Thanksgiving If Youjy
.Her a Box of
We receive fr?sh shipments every week
of Bon-bons, Chocolates, etc. Price Soc.
Anderson, S. C.
COI GLOB EXHIBIT
COMPLETE PRIZE LIST IS AN
Event is to: Take Place ?n Ander
son on December 12, Held in
Chamber of Commerce.
J. W. Roth rock, , county agricultur
al agent for Anderson county, an
nounced yesterday that thc boys' corn
club exhibit \v\< take place in Ander
don thia year ?JD' December ll*. The
exhibit, will'he held tn'tho rooms ot
thc Anderson Chnmber of Commerce
and Mr. Rothrock stiyg that' li" ex'pecta
by far tue finest dismay of corn thia
yoar ever exhibited by the b?-yt? of .tho
For several weeks tho county ngent
has been bard at work''on his prize
list for this exhibit and ho has suc
ceeded in getting some splendid prem
ile announced ? the" following list
yesterday, subject -to change:
For thc cheapest com nor acre, first
prize, six sacks of 10-4-4. fertilizer.
. For tho noxt cheapest, corn, five
sacks of colton seed meal.
Kor the best 10 earn of prolific corn,
for sacks' of-10-4-4 fertilizer.
For tho second beat 10 oars,. i>0
. For tho beat 10 ears, ono eared, ono
For the noxt best, ono barrel of
For-, the . beet written roport, ono*
For tho best report, ono Stetson
... For tho greatest yield per acre, 80
pounds ot vetch, ' ?. ' -
' .For tho second best'yield, five sacks
nt cotton seed meal."
For tho ear containing tho-greatest
number of grains, 40'pounds of lard.
For tho eur containing the .second
largest' number of gralnB,' 20 pounds
. Greatest improvement shown in two
year rotation, pair or $4.00 shoes. ,
For tho second' greatest improve
ment, pair $?.5ff shoos,
.To : tho. boy?, making ' tho largest
yioldn por tuve, one month nt Clom.
Gon collage In August, 1915.
Tho long list of splendid prizes .
:. h ou L-l appeal to tho boys of the COuTTT
ty and if anything will induce thom
to tube port in tho exhibit these
oplendld prises should.
Hospondoncy lino to- Indigestion.
lt is not at all surprising that pen
sons who bare indigestion -become
discouraged and despondent. Hero
.a *o a few words of hope' nnd cheer
ror them ? by Mrs. Blanche i Bowers,
Indiana, l'a;. "For >yearavmy digest
tipn - wus. BO poor that I .eould . only
oat :tho lightest food?. X tried evory
thing that I heard nf to got relief; but
net until about a year ago when I saw
Chamboriain's Tablets advertised and
got n-bott! o of them, did I find tho
right treatment. .- i soonbegan to. im
prove, and ?texze t^kiag s 'few ^oiil^s
of them my digestion- is fine." For
? salo by all deaiera.
Anderdon ! -iri my town.-County
' On account of $he enormous
, dcm an.fi-- supplies of good SEED
.stock arc hard to obtain.
j Wc will have some stock dur
ing the coming weak of I Lca'ps
Prolific Red May CUM] Blue straw
j all reclcnheid and graded-quali
ty .will please any onc^ .,
? ';'ti? ?V; '.: . ? ' -?' ?? i* Vi' I \t? SK
. :, - . Phono -464.. , * ; .
We have ?6r sale 5#biisMa Harcrdft Prolific
Oats graded seed) at ?1.00 per bushel. .\
. When finned on Qur Special C^n?, we uuy ii ?.
premium extra length staple cotton. Good stVle
:pf Irv?rible and Texas Storm Proof are generativ.,
worth a premium*
. We buy for cash or exchangemeat and.hillls for
seed, or sell meilland hulls for .ca?a/\