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Q A REASON Fm ~~A?L THINGS T Q
V I ...And the reason why we can serve you better on anything i; ?the...
JHHR IVlaotle, Tile, Gr?te and Fireplace )Ftii?nlsl~i? Ijj?HHi'
''^Kf^K^ Ino Linc is because wc are Excellent deal? \^m^^^\
,. . . ers and make tills; line a study. \ ^^g$
H ULMER MANTLE & TII4ECQ. fl;
??SBU?I Bleckley Building Anderdon, S. G. .4SSBw
TIE TEACHER'S CLUB
Nf ? FI KINO
V,. -\ .
Prof. W. S. Morrim of Clemson
R?aww ? Very Emer?sting Talk
on History
Th* Teachers Club of Anderson
county held a splendid meting Ent
day morning io the First nanM?i
j^^rch. "Mr. L.' B. Hanna, the presi
dent of the club, had planned a most
interesting progrnm which was thor
oughly enjoyed all who attended.
The programo waa opened with .de
votional exercises conducted by Dr.
.fohn F. Vraeg, 'Mr j. B. Watkins
, made the prayer.
.Pi^f. Q. W. Chambers mad? a-abort
tiSk on the Field Bajfexercises. He
Urged all the teachers to encourage
athletic la their schools. It ls not
<--e*?ary fur them to do the iti
ot.mctlng ns irrof. Chamber* and his
assistants will do that, but tho boys
. '.Mt ?b Jo-pir interested or the ever
. sea win be a failure. Air. Cham
bers ?aye tho boys of Anderson coun
t^"1shculd he well trained physically
w*H ?it maa tait v. /.lapAaifc? ?.:Hm&.
._.i ia <rhll.> thoy ai-a in. thal
1 high BchoolB. If The
vj ii? advantage of th? instruc
tion? given by i*rof. Cham be? they
WJll bo better' fitted. for the athletic
Said When <?ey &lXo college. The
Jitnuarv 17th, ?a Helton. . i
Thc V, HI. C. A. quartet gave -two
r.?miwr?> that wr.ro ?br.rc?igkiy \nn?i
pr?fclaied by all thc teachers. ? !
The speaker of tho morning, 'Mjt>
W, S. ?forrlson, professor of history
atructtve talk otTsoulh Carol inp.
tory. fret. Morrison baa beengtem
las for forty years and has foundtha?|
history has been greatly neglected, by
meny teachers. He says that 'South
Caro'foi? has made more history and
urnserv-d fess than any State in the
UntOR. Vhe children should bo uught
local history. Every school library
in Anderson county should hgv? a
copy of thc history of Anderson coun
. ty written by Col, Simpson of Pau
rtlston. Prof. JNtorrlson emphasised
l^aB that tbe study of history la
the study of humanity, and that no
teacher can make- a ?ucees' of it un
! !**?. he puts his whole heurt into hl?|
?. wwri?- ,\v '
I iifter tors. Q, W. Chambers ha? trtv
r-.;i a? ?ii5?;,i?f?? vinrin snin ?B iuach
I er? were 'served a hot lunch.
' The teachers, were Misses Nell
Suaanarwttt, Rosamond Birdine, Tal
inah , Crowther. Lillian Cllckscales,
I/Wia Clinkscalcu, Jcoa Harri*.
Wilson. May Russell. Evie Lowla. An
nie Erskine Ruth Archer, Jessie P.
?tJli1?f|iili;ii, Ti i II Blachn?tn, Mary Ej
uoagne Racla Wolf, Jiary Farmern
Impulse Agnew, Gertruda Cl inks eales, [
Tied Major, Agnes Thompson, Ethel
Clayton, Annie Ballcntlne, Jusephlno
Jtfttson, totUe Estes, - Ix)Ia Coleman,
aflrioh Lee Pt Tate. ISnilie Young,
ra&le Darlington, Lillian Thomo
Annie Higgins, Lula B?O*W?>. Sai
lli, Thompson. Alma Cole, tfettlo Now
fc?to. -aerjrud? Mahaffey Kata Shirley.
tSe^lti^y, i.-- i, r?Urt i imiuiittu^,
ijkr?'??M? Ola Scoggl??, Elbe) Big'
by, and Mrs. Annie Dean Allen. Mc-s
?art?t! Hicks. J. B. Watkins, F.
v, B. C.. Cromer. R. A
Abrams. Wm. S.Morrison. Earl L.
??5
H fra ?ra ?as* f ?e?o
SMT ?a Vf WfAOVO^
SJ
SIFIED i
Advef. ?omento ia this d?part
ent wtL be classified and ruri nt
t?ie following rates: 25 words or
leets oi.e ton?, 25cj three Innes
for 50c; eight times for $1.00.
For more Iban 25 words the sam?
rate will apply.
WANTS
GIRLS WANTED to BOW. light work.
WU! pay board wbllo you aro
learning. Anderson Overall Fac
tory, Anderson, S. C. I2-I2*2m
WASTED TO BUY-Will buy any
tiree, fat cattle, hogs and calves
I have customers for and contracts
to furnish. I bay hider, and tallow.
The TinnerB want my bides.
121 W. Whllner Rt. Dione ?84or 895
H. D. H EN DEWSON
At Lilly -WMto Marget.
The wholesale and abattoir man.
it, ? ._. _
WANTED-Position by stenographer
with two years' experience. Write
The Intelligencer. l|p.
8ALE8M?N~WA?TED to^ook^br.
...ir lnl.tr??t lix AU^ACUB an?
jinsnt cunt?a, flnl.^i M I
I : IBon. T Address The Harvoy Oil Oo^
^leveland, Q. . s l-9-4t.
'Nif' BENT-Ono ?ix room hduflo on
y/elch Avet Apply to A. I*. Welch.
5-9-3t
? ??????'--'----.
WANTED
SO !i?ad seed ?ii?!??; old and young,
within ino noxi ten days or iwp weeks.
Brlng^them to The Fretwell Company's
stables, G. W- TtADSn.
V3-4t-weJttrl.
FOR SALE
FOB SALE-House and lot where. !
tow Uve and vacant lot adjoining on
eut House bas sight room? and
kitchen, butler's pantry, bath room,
electric lights and sewerage. Price
rlgifl. terms right. L. E. Nor rye?.
FOU SALE-I have some nie?, large
vcl&to Wyandotte* for sale. WritB
fnferlces.-rW. W. Thompson, Ixrwn
dcsttlle. S. C. 12-23-lmo. p.
FOB S?LE-Farm, 105 acres, beauli- ?
n|rwjoated, near city, good dwell
?ii?, ivur tenant nouses, tw? barns, _
Kin house, land ievf.l and easy or
?cultivation, at a price that ls a i
bargain; Come to see us quick or t
write, feurrlss Realty Oonpany. j
HHRnBBnBnm?maHM
FUBL?C SALE
We will SA'I? ut public auction at tho
Anderson cotiffc house cn Monday Feb
ruary 2. at us?wil Oma, ?ne houne
sud-lot in towi? of Belton, in estate of
IMfra. M. J. Gambol I. Purchaser to nay
extra for pap?n?.-H. H. Kenton and
R. A. Keaton, XxiprntoTS. 1-13-Siu.
NOTICE TO ( BEDITOH8
Ali persons nabing ttatma agauist ,
the estate of Mrs. .Amanda Cambell, ,
deceased, ar? hereby notised tc p?e- :
??. them properly proven to tte un- 1
derMgnet? within thc time prescribed
hy law and those mee cud td ICM? ntk
Usraer.L
l?W3tp. J. N. GAMBtSLk. Adnu*, j
Picdraoa?. S. 0.}
gj-'i'.'..'.'".L_?LJLdlLj,
vifs*?-.'
T S ??a*~
Cash I C*^
BUSINESS LOCALS
B. F. Martin will be at Anderson on
3nturdrt}!}. "When writing, address
bare McCullough.' Martin and Blythe,
Lawyers, Greenville, S. C.
A special teachers' examination wilts
bo held at the court house Saturday,
Jan. 17. 1014, beginning at 0:00 a. m.
All '.cachera expecting to take the
teachers examination are expected to
be present at thlB time.
l-I-ot. J. B. PELTON,
County Gi.pt. al Education.
Select need Potatoe-Irish, Cobler
and Red Bliss-peck 40 ' cents; par
bag $8.50. V
Plant aa early in January as possible
FCBMAN SMITH,
The Seedsman. Phone 484
SPECIAL GINNING NOTICE.
Beginning January 6 th, we will run
our gins only on Monday, Tuesday and
Wednesday. ., I
?-6-6L _FARMERS OIL MILL.
Wftinffto nc THE Oi>E*i!K<1 ?F
???KS OF S?B?vBir???N ;
, By virpa*jM '?be power given to us
by u commission issued by the Sec
retary of State tor South Carolina, and
dated the 30th day of December, 1913,,
n=?.'t y tin s op a Bean!-of Corpora-.
, notice Ts hereby giveh'that on.tael
day of February, 1014, at teni
lovelock a. m., at the omeo ot the Cham-1
?Mr of Commerce.. Anderson, S. Cl
Books of aub3cripUoa to t?as Sap?
^*QC?? Ot thv .TOI uinc?l^r^ ' Elect
ilway.will bc-opened. The Capital}
Steck ls to be Ono Hundred Thousand
?Bollara, divided into One Thousand
es. ot par value of One Hundred
arv each.
JOS. E. LEACH,
W. C. SMITH.
A. s: FAIM ER,
J. H. ANDERSON,
8. J. WAKEFIELD.
A*. M. ERWIN,
J. J. ANDREWS,
T. J. PRICE,
W. P. CALHOUN,
O. P. BRIGHT.
C C. OAMBRELL,
WM. N. GRAYDON.
l-6-4tue Board of Corporators.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
-. l
Ali persons holding claims against!
ho estate of Eaekiel Harri?, deceased, {
ire hereby notified to present them
it once, duly attested, and also all j
HUfUUH io dc nico tu said OTU? io ?iii
uah please settle same Immediately
with the undersigned.
Notice ls also given that I will on
January 27th, 1914. at U o'clock a. hu|
ipply to the probate judge of A?
lcrson county for a final settlement of
m'ld estate and a discharge from ray
>ffVce as executor. -
J. C. HARRIS and
J. J. MAJOR.
l-2-tt - Executors.
NOTICE TO DEPOSITOBS
Depositor? tn the Formara Loan and 1
rruat Cr?, will oleaae present their"
waa books so that their Interest may
io entered and thepas* booka balanced
Anderson, S. C., Dec. 31, 1013. 1-2-St
SOTOOS OF FINAL 5?TlX,ini[E?$
All perseas holding .claims against
rOI?S?G Ol
Every Particle of Gt
the estate ol Li. A. Hunnicutt, deceased,
are hereby notified to present them
at once du!'" attested end ais?'1 all
persons indebted to said estate? wilt
also pleas? settle same immediately
with the undersigned. t
Notice Is also given that-I will on
January 30th, 1914, at ll o'clock a. m.
apply to' tho probate judge for An
Iderson county for a final scttleppnt ot
said, estate end a discharge from my
office as executor.
l-2-4t. M. A. HUNNICUTT, fcpar.
NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETjiiG OP
BOARD OF COUNT*
COMMISSIONERS. ? J
The annunl mnoMnir nf *h* tjBcari
of County Commissioners for "Ander
son county will be held in thc Su
pervisor's office at the Court i House
on Thursday the 8th day of January,
1014. All persons holding ?(Sunanda
against the County not i previously
presented-to the. Board are Required
to fllo the same with the Cferk of
thc Board on or before the ist day of
January, so that they may ; bf exam
ined and ordored paid st tbs annual
meeting. y I
J. S. ACMER.
Clerk County Commissioners.
12-19-tol-S, i y!:.:
Onion Sets-Whito Pearls, Yellow
Danvers n?d'Reds. 1$ cents a quart: i
by the hi???l, $3.00.
Our stock ia select quality! "?"/
FUBJJAN SMITH/
The Seedsman. . Flume 404
??S?NESS ; LICENSES NUW DUE.
Time for. paying business licenses*
expires with next Saturday,, and ac
cording to thc city cleft,??e vOT[
Be .a great"rush luring 'thinest sev
eral days, aa only a comparatively
few of those who must pay have as
jil visiiec? t?i? cit> nalt ?o? tuc re
ceipts. EBBB^R T&
TUE C0MaOTTE)|S.
For Preparations for sine Senday
School Conv?ntle?.
The following comlmttcrs chairmen
have been appointed by $lr. Burnett,
chairman of the general eomlmttee to
entertain the State Sunday ' School
convention:
Reception- a. W. Brown.
Entertainment-Dr. A. jU Emethers.j
Finance-Porter A. WBaley.
Registration-L. L; Rice.
'^Presa and ^gram-V/iiii
?ks.
Exhlbit-Jp. IL Mirna
Badges-R. R. King.
Decorations- Mrs. lt
Wfuatc-Mm. W< j*
Roanoke, Va.-^Fnintly of Karn'
Roseufteld worried over his dl&ap
p?>aran?;r.
Charlottesville. Va --ftettlgru: Wool
folk ot Richmond, elected captain o?
the University of Vlrslnia football
squad for l&vt. '
Washington-'Anti-trust ano rural
cr?dit legislation J ri, considered of
apramouut importance ty thc pr?si
dent
Hr. H. A. SircpsS?W stopped In An
derson on his way h'^me from Colum
bia, where he went itf aid in carrying
the ?our year e!d daughter of Mr. J
F. McCullough to Of* Pasteur Insti
tut!) to be trotted fa* rabies or hydra
phobia. .
-One tratnlocd BUICK CARS Just
arrived in Charlotta! Buick won ?rst
piace la Endurance. ?tHn tn New Ywk.
Beet ignition, ana tearttnr system itt
oxtstonce. See ?Ub&NB T. ANDER
DON. Local Buick ^
?ods Milt be Sold I
if, if if ff if Sf if iff. ff. Sf rf, Sf if
* 4k : ._ _ *
* WILLIAMS i ON NEWS *
.WlUiamston, Jan. 12.--Special.-R.
K. Trlbble, who has been agent for
the Southern Railway at thia point
for several years, has resigned his
position and has beenx succeeded by
H. A/Harris ot Bowman, Ga.
Raiph Gossett entertained a num
ber bf delightful people from An
derson nt his home last Bundey.
Among those who composed the par
ty W?7TTJ: Bf?TJBes Liu rem* ' suu mim
Mac Cummings, Linda Thompson,
Elizabeth Van Wyck and Miss Brown.
Messrs. Keese Gilmer, ?} ?'otvler,
Jr., J. H. Lyon and Xlser.
Mayor H. G. B. Cooley a membef
of the grand jury, is spending ibis
week in Anderson, attending to his
duties in that capacity.
Mrs- l^ee of Greenwood, . has been
spending several -days, in tho city as
tba;fuest ot Mrs. R. P. Ransom.
George M. Sullivan of Hodges,
agent at that point for'the G. S. & A.
Railway, spent Sunday in WfUiam
stan as th* guest of his parents) Capt.
ajtiU'tfrs. George W. Sullivan.
or. H. P. BuchuB of Greenville,
s j) ont today in WllHamaton looking
I after bia numerous business Inter
ests.
\ihrts Suber ls spending todoy In
Greenville on business.
J*?-i??ii -*J- -a rt. .... ^lu. . - .
sunday m W?lliamston with friends
and relatives.
ififcear' D. Gray of Willlamsten,?:?
member of the house of representa-j
tiefe left today for Columbia to ns-i
sum? tim law-makers .solemnity inj
A number of Willlamaion people
aro planning to go to Greenville to*
night to witness the production of
"Within the Law" at the Greenville
theatre. Among those wbi> will com
pose the party are: Mr. and Mrs.
?leary C. Crlgiey. Mr. aud. ?Trs. ?s=\ss*
Gasset!, Miss Kdith Cosset!, Kisses
Kathleen Griffin, Evelyn Free, Mes
srs. lt. Roy Griffin. Clyde Stone, J.
C. Duckworth, C. E. Shockley.
i no Southern Spice & Extract Co.,
a concern which has ha?) its plant
located at this point, was moved yes
terday frc ai WlKiaraslon to Polier,
The movo was doubtless due to tho
fact that some of the l.igh officials of
tSj? company make their home in
Pe?aer and desire t? have the busi
ness whore lt can receive their per*-'
syaa: attntlon.
TURKEY BIN5ER >EXT WEEK,
-On Wednesday of court week, the
ladies of St. Joseph's Catholic church
wi?i Barro a turkey dinner ?? the va
cant store room on East Whitncr
st7?ot. AH the Christmas
things will be included in the mpxn
and the price will be moderate-leni
ty centa for dinner with desert, thir
ty-five cents fer dinner without. Tho
following is The tempting menu:
Turkey Han?
Giblet Sauce.
Race Macaroni
Cranberry Jelly. A
Cold Slaw - - . Biscuits
Pickles.
Desert.
P?tim Pudding.Charlotta Russo
Wine Sauce Cake
Surau^t mm wm
By Having Ito Kima o?\ &x? j
? ?lope ot* Every fatter Yon ilcvd. 1
Lc* Us Qrioie Prices Fori
I grating ac otir Stationer/, j
>y sTANU?KY S?
Abider
lift, . -
(?3 DE ll S TAKEN NOW FOR THE
j FOLLOWING ?
and day old chickp.
ttdt Plymouth Rock-Prize winning
. {?tock in Augusta. Atlanta., etc.
iMft Indian Runner Ducks (winners
lt Belton ?iud other, fairs. )
DucXa-From prize winners,
o Turkeya-^-Pure or also crossed
Virginia wild turkeys,
hg Cockerels Caploned so can car
all chicks given them. -
gladly answer all inqulreys. -
n
IL C. HOLLAND?
rson,
S. C.
* ft * # * ? * * ? * # # *
* I PENDLETON !?
* ff* *'* * * ? * * * * #
litton seems to be on a boom
as ?Hld aa good brick buildings. Some
BixUplendld Iron and glass front
brioR stores have been built here it
st eighteen months and they
1 occupied.
?ott?n gin and on mill las Wall
business . men of tu is place,
c a rushing business. This,
e. could not have been done
the good .work and assistance
farmer's, v
umber ot bales or cotton gin
re will reach five thousand,
record breaker for thia place,
buyers have bought several
thousand more pales here this season
thao pat. A#. crops w?re never bet
ter, mr better prlcoa paid, everybody
hua t? otui? old. hn?est Wilson .?mile
on hil ?acc.
the
are
as
h ?U'
or
with
of
Th
ned
A bi
Cotti
CJffiRIED TO BALTIHORE.
V. li.stringer at Johns Hopkins For
V- ?all %?iB?eu
V' S
Beltto.-^Mr. Vf. K. Stringer waa
carrie^to Baltimore Tuesday for
crcaiuijnt; very ; probably, mi opera
tion faf gall ?toaes will be neces
sary., jne v.?s accompanied by
Mrs. tsrin*?r irzi tte. K-ayntC, .and
? "airs, ^r^ser's, father, Ju ORO N*W
man j^ged theta at O reen ville.
J
m
CjpME?NDSEE US
?BESTOFEVEF
in t
STYLE
Spacial Order* a Sp
Our I
ir?.* *
? ? jiia.iinimi ii >.n ii i iuww?ijj^?iii?ii ijiMtOli ?<??
COTTCf SEED
~ Reddings improved
Cleveland Big Boll
Grown by B. Jr ?mith;
large tolls fifty five to ,
the pund---very pro
ducta 3; seed selected!
with 3are-price $1.50
per b shel. '
urm^ii Smith,
The Seedsman.
When <; think of coal
Think l>f Palmetto
When yjai think of Pal
metto Biock : :
Thinkiof Sloan
Wile nyb? think of Si??n
i ilium vi, J. nunc
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