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] Can't Afford a New
WHY NOT PAINT YOUR OLD ONl??
We have some excellent Wagon and Car
riage Paint that we bought at a great bargain,
and we are more than willing to give our
farmer friends the benefit of our good fortune.
You can clean up, and paint your wagon,
buggy, or carriage, and improve its appear
ance greatly, and add considerable to its life
-by painting it now. And at this time when all
of us wish to economize, painting our buggies
and wagons will in a great many cases answer,
instead of buying new vehicles. All colors:
Red, Green, Yellow, Black and Marroon.
Per Pint Per Quart
Best Grade .... 40c 75c
Second Grade . . 30c 50c
Guaranteed Three Years
Come in while the supply is unbroken!
"If you want the best, see Guest."
No. 113 West Earl Street.
Opposite the Y. JW. C. A. Building.
199 1-2 E* Whitner St Anderson, S. C.
FILLING, CROWN AND BRIDGE SPECIALTY
EXPERT ON EXTRACTING
Either way, asleep or wide awake;
One of the best in the State.
And if they need repairs let us do your vulcanizing. While
' prices of new tires are lower than they were last year?our vul
canizing prices, are much lower, too.
Ajax and Goodyear Tires and Accessories.
1 108 N. McDuffie.
YOUR PHOTO ON
5 cents each 6o cents dozen
subject, "Evangelism.* This depart
ment of the home mlSBlon board Is
headed by Dr. Veston Bruner, who
has 25 consecrated assistants. Thous
ands have been converted in their
meetings on the streets, in the shops
nnd mills, and in the destitute alleys
of our largo cities. One indespcnsi
I ble nid In the work is the singing
Printed ful| Size on best ma- evangelists, who reach and melt the
terial. Guaranteed first Class and hearts of many by .the message of the
up to the minute.
Kodak Printing, from your
gospel in song. Tho hour closed with
a touching appeal for every woman
present to be an evangel, or a bearer
fa--*.* LU??~J?.? iA.i| d?c* r,,j : of good nows. We can each ono wit
Alms, neiarged to full Post CardiWs8 for JeaU8 jUBt WQOre wo are>
Sias: Pictures from any size film
Mrs. C. 8. Minor loads thlB after
noon on Cuba and the Canal Zone
j Don't fall tit come and get the bless.
'5x7 prinls as above 10 cents ! or this meeting. The special
each. ! music has been n helpful feature ol
\'i , , . ' '.. lecc.h dayVprogrunt. Mrs. LotMe Este?
Free. No charge for develop-j win entertain tho chtidrenv
kln? your film.
On The Sqwur?.
WEEK OF PRAYEB
; Ose of Best Meetings of Week Held
fjr Yesterday Afternoon.
. p?6 or the best meetings of the
?iwii was ieo--'JA yesterday afternoon
WE BUY AND SELL DE3TS
If anyone owes you money furqlslt
us an itemized written statement ol
WE GET THE MONEY
It you owo anyone money, we trill
help you pay the debt by
Our Mutual Loan Pinn.
Our "Indian" will tali on slow pay.
era and collect bad debts.
That is his business.
MUTUAL LOAN COMPANY
V SC5 i-2 w. Benson St.
The following Is the amended 1*111
for I lie proposed bond issue as >; :s
J I?y tin legislature at it:, recent
A |)ill ii? authorize the holding of
en clod ion in Anderson County mi
the Issuing ol* $750,000 of coupon
bonds for building permanent roads,
to name 9 commissioners to expend
the proceeds of said bonds arid other
wise define their duties, powers and
term of office.
Strike v?ut all after the enacting
words and insert :
Section 1. That the supervisor of
Anderson County he, and he is hereby,
authorized to order an election to be
held at the usual voting precincts
in suid county on the '50th iUiy of
March, A. I)., 1915. upon tho question
of issuing coupon hond3 of the said
county to the amount of $750,000 for
permanent road improvement. The
com miss Ion er s of election for State
and county officers for Anderson
County shall appoint the managers
and receive and tabulate the returns
as in other elections: they shall re
pnr' the result of said election in
writing In duplicate, one copy of
which shall be filed In the office "f
the county supervisor of said county,
and one copy with tho secretary of
PftU'-. and said duplicate reports shall
he kept on perpetual record in said
offices. Noflcc of said ?lection shall
ho published by tho raid commission*
cm of election in some newspaper
published In the county of Anderson
nice a week for three week? preced
ing said election. Said election shall
held under the law; governing the
''"'(linjT of general elections in this
Sec. ?.. Tho manacern of said olec
ion shall Bcrvo without compensa
Roc. '!. T!,o hnllnt shall ho pro
il according to lav . on the one
ballot shall l<n printed the words:
i"r>r nor man en 1 road bonds in the
'in of $750,000?Yes:" o?? ,hc other.
"'For nenuatieiil p.ifsd blinds in the
sum of $7r.o.ooo- > .). If ? majority
r?f tho ballots cast in said election
shall he for tho Issuing of s=ald bonds,
tho nln(. commissioners hereinafter
provided for. to ho known as the high
way commission v>f Anderson County,
'?hnll advertise for sealed bids on said
bonds, the same to be sdtd in such
tots and at such times ns the said
commission may deem advisable. No
bid for less than the par value of
the bond shall be considered. The
commission shall have the right to
reject any and all bids and read
vertlse for bids until the bonds are
Sec. 4. tThp said bonds shall be
known ? as Highway Improvement
Monds of Anderson County, and "hall
be In denominations of $1.000 eacn,
o run forty years, and to beni inter
est from the dato "of issue at a rate
not excerd'ng 5 per cent per annum,
payable '.n two equal installments
seml-annunlly on tho first dayjof Jan
uary and the first day of July of each
and every year.
Sec. 5. Upon the acceptance of any
bid, said commission shall have print
ed coupon bonds of said county of the
tenor above set out. These hoods
shall bo signed by the county. SJ'ner
vlsor of Anderson County and count
ersigned by the chairman of said com
mission, and the. signatures of said
officers may he lithographed upon the
ooupons for the semi-annual install
ments of Interest to be attached to
Sec. 0. There shall bo levied an
nually on the property assessed for
taxation In said county a tax sufficient
to pay the Interest on said bonds, and
to provide a sinking fund of $7,500 an
nually until said bonds are paid. The
said sum of $7,600 to be levied annual
ly as a sinking fund as aforesaid shall
be annually paid over to.the treasurer
' of Anderson County, to be by him
[ placed and kept on deposit as a sep
arate fund In such banks or trust
companies of Anderson County or of
other counties of said State upon such
interest as may be obtained, not 1/38
than 4 per cent per annum, payable
or compounded seml-annually. The
treaesurer shall annually present to
tho circuit court of said county of An
derson an itemized statement of all
such funds received by him, rhd
whore and when tho same are deposit
ed and at what rato of interest. This
report shall bo filed with the.clerk ol
tho said court.
Sec. 7, The funds arising'f om the
sale of the kuL bonds shs>>t be de
posited to the credit of, tho treasurer
. of Anderson County'in a separate
fund, to be known as t'.e Highway Im
provement Fund, In '.ne several banks
of Anderson County, according to and
In proportion to tb > combined capital
.took and surplus of each bank es
nearly as may be practicable, at a
; rato of Interest of not less than 5 pet
, cent por annum from the dat? of the
deposit until the funds are withdrawn
1 from time to time by the highway
commission nn nnoded by Uiom in the
1 performance of their duties under thlt
act. Said fund shall be paid by the
. treasurer, upon the warrant of the
, chairman and four other members ol
tho said Commission. Should ans
bunk or banks in said county decline
to receive such deposits at said rate
I of interest, tho pro. rata share of de
1 posits due to such bank or banks sc
declining or refusing to accept same
shall be deposited by said commission
; among other banks of the county
Such funds shall be withdrawn fron:
such banks as they are deposited wlU
in an impartial manner and propor
tionately to tho amount held on de
poutt hy the various gdajfel !s ?? ?:
8oc. 8. Tho Highway CommlBBlor
inty Bond Bill.
of Anderson County sluill i e compos
ed of nine members an follows: J.
S. Fowler, ('. E. Harper, Henry F.
Ccly, J. M. Broyles, Paul It. Ealre, !..
M. Aull, Koss Mitchell, \V. Krank Me
Qce, und the sup< rvisor of Anderson
County, who shall befcx olliclo a mem
ber of tho same. And the said com
mission shall elect one of (heir number
as chairman. Should a vacancy oc
cur In suld commission, it shall be
filled by an election by the remaining
numbers of the commission, with the
consent of a majority nf the delega
tion from Anderson County In tho
general assembly. The chairman of
the said commission shall, as compen
sation for his services, receive a sal
ary of $1.000 per year, and the other
members of the commission the sum
of $r> per day for each day actually
engaged in their duties as such com
missioners, not exceeding CO days
euch year for each member. The
sali commissioners shall hold office
for five years, at which time the said
office shall ceaso and determine:
Provided, That thp said commission
may be dissolved prior to such time
by a vote of six of its members.
Sec. 9. The duties of the said com
mission shall be to use the proceeds
arising from the sale of the said bonds
f<;r the purpose of constructing a sys
tem of permanent or improved il.blic
highways throughout Anderson Coun
ty, the same to be laid out and con
otruclcd along such routes and of
such materials, in such order and In
I such manner as the said commission
shall deem most advisable and best
for the interest of the county. In the
location of tho said highways the said
commission shall have the right to
use any of the public highways of the
said county now In use, or to lay out
new roads or relocate old roads as
I they may deem best. They shall have
j the same power and authority to con
j demn lands for tho location of new
roads or to relocate the old roads as
is now vested by law in the board cf
county commissioners, the said power
to be exercised in the same manner
and under the samo regulations as
aro prescribed by law for the exercise
of the same by the board of county
Sec. 10. The said commission shall,
in the selection of the roads or high
ways to be Improved, and In the lo
cation of new roads, have regard, so
far as may be practicable, for the
established routes of travel and the de
mands of the population in the va
rious parts of the county.
Sec. 11. The said commission shall
employ a competent and efficient en
gineer and such other assistants and
at such compensation as they deem
proper, the necessary expenses of
Buch engineer or assistants, as well
as their compensation, to be paid out
of the said fund.
Sec. 12. The said commission shall,
so far as practicable, let out all work
upon contracts, and all contracts let
shall bp to the lowest ? responsible
bidder after due advertisement of the
letting of any contracts The work
shall proceed so far as practicable
simultaneously in different portions of
the county, so that all portions of
tho county may enjoy tho benefits of
the same as rroon as possible.
Sec. 13. Tho members of the said
commission shall enter Into bond
with sureties, as provided by law in
the sum of $10,000 each, conditioned
upon the faithful performance of their
dutieti as such commlssIiNlirs, the
promiums on said bonds to be paid
out of said fund.
Sec. 14. The said commission shall
keep books, setting forth.ell contracts
made by it for the construction .or re
pair of said roads, which books shall
bo open for public lnsp3ction at all
reasonable times. They' shall also
present annually, to tho circuit court
of Anderson County an itemized state
ment and disbursed by them, which
report shall be a part of the records
of said court. At the -expiration of
the life of the said commission all' Its
contracts, papers and book's of ac
count shall be turned over: to the clerk
of court of said county and filed Id his
Sec. 16. The interest' scouring on
the funds arising from the sale of the
said bonds- While deposited in the
banks of Anderson County, as here
inabove provided, shall. be by the
treasurer of said county applied to the
payment of the first gear's interest
' payment on tho said bonds so fa. as
it shall go, and any balance which
may. uvoumulato thereafter on such
. account ? hall .be added to the prln
' clpal of Uo said sum to be expA ded
I by the said commission as hereln
. above provided.
y V Sec 16. The expenses .of conduct
i ing.tho election on the Issuance of
I said bonds shall'he paid out of the
I current funds of Anderson County up
i on the warrant of the supervisor and
hoard of county commissioners..
I Pec. 1?. 'No member of said hlgh
i jyay com mission shall, take a contract
to furnish labor" or material for tho
t publie im pro veine nts authorized un
i .der this act.
I Sec. 18. This act shall go into cf
? feet immediately upon its passage and
I approval by the governor!
GREAT CROWDS ATTENDE!?
> Oftborne A Pearson's Sale Yesterday.
t If the merchants who believe that
i advertising doesn't pay had seen the
crowd In O 3 bor no & Pearson's store
yesterday, and watched' the long
String of bundles, which continued
pouring out of that well known store
} all day, they would have had a very
conviDclng object lesson that adver
tising does nay, when backed up with
real, bon a-fide bargains., euch as Oa
borne & Pearson are offering In this
In this Issue of Th?; Intelligen
will, be found an ad from this ft
that will pay you welt 3? read. Th?
aro valuta In almost every dopartm
o SEAL'S CHEEK NEWS o
W'i; hud a good day at Neal's Creek
Sunday. Pastor Iiiott seemed to be
at bis best. His message was one of
inspiration and encouragement to all
who trust God for strength with which
to right life's battles. Several visi
tors were present, and we trust they
and others will worship with us ot
.\ir. Robert Clark of Anderson
spout the week-end at the home of
Mr. J. A. Elgin.
Mrs. W. ('. Burriss, who has been
ill for sometime, is able to ride out a
short distance. We hope she will
soon be able to attend Sunday school,
as she is greatly missed.
Miss Oulda Major spent the week
end here with her parents. She was
accompanied by Miss Lena Elrod of
Flat Hock. '.
Messrs. Cuavles Cobb and FrauK
Elgin used the harrow and split-log
drag effectively last week, going from
Neal's Creek church almost to Mr.
S. N. I'ear inaa's, a distance of some
two and one-half miles. That amount
or work certainly speaks well for two
men only. They alBO dragged the hill
between Mr. C. F. Martin's and
Pea' Creek, which Was almost Im
passable. This was greatly appreciat
ed by our efficient It. F. I). carrier,
Mr. L. W. Major. There Is yet room
for others to do likewise.
Messrs. Harmon Dun lap and Jeter
Armstrong of Whltofleld spent Satur- I
day night with Rev. J. T. Mann.
Suggested subject for debate,
"Should the immigration bill with the
literacy test be enacted into law In
the United states?" Give, this writer !
the affirmative side, please, and it is !
his opinion that unless there is a
mighty thinning down of population
ai-, a result of the European war even
those true Americans who challenge
the negative side will change their
mind. If there is great ignorance
in South Carolina now, what will be !
its proportion throughout the cowjl 1
try if undesirable Immigrants are tW
lowcd without rcsrictions to pour in
upon us, and undo what millions o'
dollars and years of toil have done.
Those who read both. sides of the
question must, if they will look, sea
that this Is a really momentous ques
tion?one too broad to be placed mere
ly within the scope of politics or
MisUes Idell Kay and Pearl Cox
were week-end guests of Misses
Lizzie and Russie Kr.y.
Mrs. Walter Elgin *nd little daugh/
ter, Margaret, have <^one to Selma,
Ala., to spend awhile with relatives.
Mr. Lewis Fields and his sister of
Shrtdy Grove section spent Sunday
with their grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Strickland.
Mrs. Thomas McConnell and daugh
ter. MiBE Lhclle, dined with Mrs. J.
T. Mann Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Kay of the
Union Grove section visited relatives
Mr. MoCfett Pruitt recently .visited
his brother-in-law, Mr. CallahatL of
Bel ton route 6. Mr. Callahan is con
fined to-his room with pneumonia.
Mr. Q. N. Ilaynie, wb? has super
intended Neal's Creek Sunday school
ror a number or years, resigned re
cently in order that others may ? be
exercised in this kind of .work. Mr.
Haynie has certainly been a faithful
superintendent, and It was . with re
luctance that, the school accepted his
resignation. He has promised to con
tinue to be faithful in our Sunday
3chool work. Mr. Haynie has been
succeeded as superintendent by Mr.
Samuel Smith, one of our promising
young men. Let. us alt attend when
possible, and help the superintendent
in everyway we can.
At "The Anderson" Today?"The Hol
Jim Gresham, owner of the No'/7
Davis mines, is approached by ?
scheming capitalist, Carson Bay lis,
with his friend Martin, to sell the
mines under the pretenses that he Is
take a great risk duo to government
regulations. Jim, knowing the courts
had decided in his favor, flatly refus
es the' ofT-T.
Bay Iis, ..Ith a.party, visits the Co
balt district''to look over .the .ground.
During the visit one of the party.
Alice Chandler, while sketching is
caught In a ter riffle, storm. .Jim offers
the hospitality of bis little' hut. Dur
ing the storm the,dam breaks, tearing
houses from. their foundations and
ripping mighty trees from their roots.
'Breaking down a door, Jim? with
Alice, float dawn tho raging cataract'
until reaching a large tree. He chains
himself to raft and tree. Martin,
realizing the danger,' goes to the res
cue on horseback. '
Th? party once safely on land, Jim
Is; again approached td sell, but still
refuse a. Several years later Martin
has ^become a friend and partner In
Jim's bank, which Bayliss attempts, to
- ... The news; reaches Jim while at a
party. Seeking a means to get, to Now
York, Alice's brother offers his yacht.
During the voyage Bayliss purchases
the yacht and forces the captain to
puttc sea. Jica in J^speration cctnpeJr
Boy Ils to enter. r? hatch, While he
closes on him, while Martin, at the
, point of a revolver, directs the yacht.
Jim reaches New York in lime to save
tho bank and claims ' Alicje as bis
prize. s ',
r ; /I
! Impeofhment Proceedings Br&poed.
; : WASHINGTON, March . '* ?In-;
peachment proceedings against Alston
; O. Dayton, federal judge?la the north,
era district of West Virginia, were
dropped by the nous* JuVilclory com
mittoo today. A majcHty .report
drafted by the subcommittee which
1 Investigated charges. against Judgo
Dayton, held that while, his conduct
in some lnstancss^h^ bean,' repre
henslble," there was>ltttlc possibility
> of maintaining them to a conclusion pt
guilt." A minority report rec<>nMn?*id
li?i imoeaehta?ut was rejected. 1
'. . . "i.'-';*.".
Fressure spring In front of
axle prevents neck weight on'
Spring "net wi-fii pole and
frame reiferes jar on the
No axle through center of
reel to wind trash.
Moke good featumjeh
than any other ' ;
Double edge knives give twice
the service of single edge.
Axle pins are not part of
knife bead and can he replaced,
when worn, at slight cost.
Wheels have staggered spokes
und hubs bave bord oil caps.
Strong, Well Made, Handsome in Appearance.
Sullivan Hrdware Company
Anderson. S. C.
Belton, S. C.
Greenville, S. C.
THE TROUBLE ABOUT
Meal and Acid
The trouble about ??riiiixing with meai and acid Is that yon get
your ammonia from one source only, and that is meal and It all gives
out nt once. Meal is meal you know- In our mixed goods yon get
the ammonia from meal and fish and blood nnd tankage, and 8ulptmte>
of Ammonia, and as one of these ommonlates gives out, another
comes In so that you have jour cotton and your corn supplied with
plant food from the time It sprouts in the ground, all through the
working season and through the laying.by season, and until it is
ready to be gathered. Fish and blood last longer than meal, and sul
phate of Ammonia acts pore quickly than meal and so by using
these mixed goods of ours yon get a complete fertilizer.
When your meal gives out your cotton sheds. The reason cotton
sheds is beeause it has not sufficient plant food*. So when the meal
is used np In the soil your cotton sheds. It cannot do anything else.
And then our mixed goods are more thoroughly mixed than the meal
and acid will oe. You could mix it as thoroughly as we can if you
were prepared for ft But you are not prepared and it won't pay you
to prepare for it for one farm. We expect to supply a great many
fnrrrs with fertiliser as? H pays us to prepare to have our ingred
ients thoroughly mixed. Where an Improperly mixed fertilizer is used
your crop will bo Irregular and we all know that the crop that turns
off the cotton is the crop that ruse regular oU through! We believe
it Is economical to use the mixed goods instead of mixing your meal
and add. We wilt .be glad to sell you.
Anderson Phosphate & Oil
Wbelieve our 8-2*2-1 Is the goods for,cotton and corn this year.
A gi eat tunny are buying it / A. F. & 0. CO.
A FLOW FOB ?YEBY PUBPOSE
"THE LITTLE BAND Y," a one horse
plow, with Cutter Share, fl*e inches deep
attd soTea inches wide. This plow has
good clearance under the bottom and will
not fill up ^vlth dirt and sticky soil.
, ?THE COTTON KING," ? light two
horse plow, made vfIth steel beam, with
n capacity Bix Inches deep ??d nine
inches wide. This plow Is muds Bight
Hand only; and from its great popularity
It must be the right plow In the right
^BBBACiNG?? plow. See"our No, 43
and 44. Every plow, maker makes this
1*^S?j?waD0,l*d '??? **? Btrongfy
' ^l^i^'^ ft *h!ch.!s n?t
a sarfr^j^r. h?t a real ?sahsefl??
: Andersoii Hardware Co.