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To fill a prescription right a drug store must
first have the right kind of preparations. Ours
are pure and tested. Then knowledge and care
must be used. Strychnine and Quinine look
alike, but don't act alike. Our registered phar
macists know how to fill prescriptions and we
verify everyone before we send it out.
This is why we deserve
Ours is the Huyler's store. Has been for
years and years. Why? Because it is the
representative store of the city.
Those who ?re not yet acquainted with the pleasure of shopping at EVANS' will be impressed with the uniformly good service wr clerks give. AU our salesmen-and those
of the fair sex, too-fully appreciate the fact that there is a vast difference between just "waiting on" our customers and serving them courteously and intelligently.. So com
pletely does this condition exist that our unusually efficient service is eve*? enjoyed by mose who are "just looking" and the very few who bring something for exchange or to
have a complaint satisfactory adjusted.
Borax, 1 pound package.?.*5c
Denatured Atc, t quart.25c
Denatured Ale, 1 pint.?.VK
Aspirin Tabts., 5 grain, 1 dozen.25c
Flaxseed, i pound.20c
Epsom Salts, t pound.10c
Alum, 1 pound ....20c
Compound Cathartic Pills, 1 dozen.10c
Aromatic Cascara, 2 oz.25c
Sots. Camphor,-4 QZS..,. . . .25c
Rock Candy, 1 pound.... ...... .. .20c
Glycerine and Rose Water, 3 ozs.. .v........ 25c
Olive Oil,' l quart..$1.00
Ev?ns Flavoring Extracts. .25c
. (Vanilla, Lemon, Orange, Pineapple, Almond)
Oint. Zinc Oxide, i oz._.........I0?
Sulphur, t pound.10c
Glycerine, 3 ozs.25c
Castor Oil, llquart.40c
Castor Oil, 1 pint.:.25c
Sodium Phosphate, l pound package..25c
Witch Hazel, 1 pint.25c
Black Licorice Sticks. .. ; = ,, :,.... . .fe
THE KIND THAT WEARS
That's the kind of rubber goods you want-the dependable kind
-always ready in an emergency because well made of good rubber.
And that's the kind you get at our stores. We sell the
these can be had in the city only at our stores.
Our entire stock--from nipples to waterbottles-are-guar
anteed tc give perfect service for as long; a ?in?c as inc ucsl uf rubber
SHOP BY MAIL AT EVANS*
AU mail orders are promptly
and carefully filled the same day
they're received. If anything
should not be satisfactory return
it at once and we will return your
money. Each order is filled from
the same sources as your order
given in person to a salesman in
For the man who shaves himself
we have everything to make it
easy. Best soaps, brushes, etc.
Shave yourself in comfort with
_ EVANS 27207
For that indigestion. We guar
antee it to sui pass anything. It
makes the food you eat 90. you
50c and $1.00. ,
Your dressing table is not complete
v. "thout a bottle of our exquisite
perfume. All of the new kinds
and the best standard makes. 3 Sc
to ?4.00, according to quality and
BOT GO ?8 sw
CONGRESS RETURNS FROM
THE CHWSTMAS HO? """
Something Elte Beside? Tariff ?nd
tho Currency Bill to be Die
cussed Thi? Time :
Washington, Jab. 12.-Congress got
back to work again Monday after a
holiday play spell. In the House,
promptly at noon Speaker Clark drop
ped his gavel, and a similar scene was
enacted in the 8enate with vice-Presi
dent Marshall in the chair. Fresh from
a vacation which followed nine months
of tarin* and currency members of
both Houses returned refreshed and
ready for wtrk at a now point in the
For the first time since President
Wilson ordered thc special session
last April, Congress waa without the
overshadowing influence cf any single
dominant Issue such as tariff or cur
rency reform, to be fought oue to the
excludion or other business.
Aa a result, the work of ? 9 next
few months In' national itlve
halls is expected to cover a range
of subjects. Anti-trust legislation re
mains as an Important factor in Presi
dent Wilson's- legislative program,
that must be considered br congress,
but it wilt not displace other impor
tant legislation, as did the bills for
tariff and currency revisions.
Tbs Spring Program
Four general subjects will embrac?*
much of th* work of Senate and House
during the coming months. They are:
Control of tcusts and monopolies,'
including leglbiatlbn to prevent cold
storago manipulation, unfair price
cutting, and other abus?s directly af
fecting retail business.
Kura! ^credits aed ether !"*~i???*is?
directly affecting iar^ors an d~ Tand
numera aurii aa aruyri rr,?A lmnrnnu
moat and federal at?" to vocational
and agricultural education.
. Strengthening of Cie national de
fense, through measures auch as the
"volanteer army bill," already passed
by tho Hr?os?; the Hay hi?l to create
a new aviation division in the army
?he Prdgeft. t>i|i io pst the narai
militia on a war footing; the Hobson
trill lui ? ??MMw?i Of national def' OSO
?nd tho general administration pro
gram fora! two-battleship addition to
Passage o' th* annual appropriation
bills, currying more than $1,000,000.000
(or support of the government, and
containing many. Items of general leg
islation that mu?* be fought <2 *?o??e
Aside (rom those general subjects
congress will take up early In the ses
sion the settlement ot labor problems
ot far reaching &nportr4M*o. ??embers
ot both houses have announced their
plans to call for federal Investigation
of the strike In the Calument copper
mining region and the forcible removal
from Michigan bf Charles H. Moyer,
president of the Westers Federation
bf Minors. While many House leaders
oppose the undertaking of a special in
vestigation, lt is expected the senate
may be more disposed to authorize an
investigation similar to that which it
conducted last summer into the coal
strike in West Virginia.
'?j Government ownership of railroads,
as proposed in tho Alaskan raliway
lillis will bo forced upon the attention
of members ot both bodies as soon as
they tako up work. In each brach,
a bill to authorize the government to
build, railroads tn the northern terri
tory ha? received the endorsement of
a committee, and has been pieced be
fore congress as "unfinished business,"
. where it-must-be-taken tip without de
lay. While the principle bf govern
ment ownership, even as applied to
Alaskan roads, has many opponents
among the leaders of both houses,
some leaders expected that a bill au
thorising the proposed development
will be passed after a short debate.
For Karri Credits
President Wilson's Influence Is
strongly behind ?he plan for a system
of rural banks and credit associations;
and that project Is expected to vie
with trust questions, in the attention
that wilt be given to lt by the adminis
tration. The report of (Le Rural
Credit Commission which toured
Europa last year, has been carefully
gone over by the president, and when
legislation ts taken up lt probably will
bo along concerted fines, such as
characterized action on the general
With , the prospects of a hard con
gressional campaign next summer and
fall, the Democratic forces are anxious
to add the rural credit laws; and mr
eral effective trout sutures to the rec
ord of legislation wltL which they nan
go before the votevs. From the out
jet ot work leaders in both houses will
attempt to guide l?gislation so that
appropriation bills can be completed
enriy in the spring.- and other impor
tant mesBurea disposed ot In time to
permit an early adjournment
Opposition to turi so-called "sea
man's bill" regulating the labor of
i?ilO?"% ?^??S wCCwMf? ow pt ?ttv??evo ** " *
the House that a bard 3ghr prouilse:,
to face that measure before it ian *.#e
passed. Ti* hill nassed the ?caale
Inst fail and an effort will be made
to bring it up in thc House for action
at an er.rly data.
Woman's suffrage wilt also give
both branches of congres* a busy t?me.
Advocate* o? * wami noona! amend
ment permitting women to vote have
massed th?lr formas, in Washington
and are preparing for a concerted at
tach on Senate- and House, aided by
many senators and . representatives
who favor general suffrage'and who
will advocate some positive action by
congress endorsing it.
The scope of trust legislation prob
ably will not be fully outlined for sev
eral weeks.. Recent developments in
financial an commercial circles iiave
convinced leaders in both houses that
effective legislation to correct alleged
abuses can be passed without serious
ly disturbing business conditions. The
president and his legal advisors will
collaborate with the committees ot
Senato and House on ufective bills
that will reach some of the more im
portant phases of the trust problem
without, requiring a revolution of cor
Congress has taken up the problems I
of national defense with unusual a?>]
tlvity since December 1. The Immin
ence bf a crisis tn this country's re
lations with Mexico has made more ap
parent the weakness cf the military
system pf the country; and important
steps have already been made toward
strengthening tho power of the presi
dent and the executive branches of the
government, to cope with sudden em
The volunteer anny hill, which pass
ed the ?teuse and ia favo, ably regard?
ed in feb Scaat?. would provide effec
tive machinery for the raising OJ! vol
unteer forces in any emergency.. The
Hay aviation bil), which has the en
dorsement of the House Military Af
fairs committee? and ot the War De
partment, would create an aviation
oranch of tho army * ?pablo ot hand
ling at least 24 aeroplanes, and of
training efficient fore s of air fighters.
These and other b'Jls will be given
unusual prominence during the bal
ance of this session of congress.
Diplomatic relations with Nicara
gua and other Central American]
countries may give further trou.de to|
the oenate. The first Nicarr.\uan
treaty outlined by Secretary Bryan i
did not meet with the approval of the
c?nate committee on Foreign Rela
tions, because of the protectorate' it
would have established over the
southern Republic. The project is to
be taken up again durin>t the coming
months, and lt is expected that a gen
eral policy toward Central American
countries will be outlined by the Sen
ate, President Wilson and Secretary
LIQUOR Pg^OIf WAR 05 SEQBO
F,alolgh.--??dteUn?nts by thir grand
jury are <axp*ctcd of ceveral neem
druggists on charges of Belling liq
uor, Anti-League officers outing to
day that htey are preparing evidence
' Z ur'nu the night elerks of one drug
1 store destroyed alt the liquor pre
, scrlpt'ons. it ls claimed. Express and
railroad books have been ordered
i thrown open for Inspection.
Bot S?ence, but ADVERTISING ls1
< &rtl4firt til &a fluetmce ftf-%*
?www 'tami WJMt'A*s? '?ww?
MEETING OF CORPORATORS
WILL BE HELD IN ANDER.
SON AT EARLY DATE
The Road From Ea?a?y, via Ander
son and Abbeville to Edgefield
Now ? Possibility
A meeting ot the incorporators of
the Northwestern Electric Railway
Co.; is to be held in thfe .itylihortly,
at which time plans & finance the
now Interurban wiU toe taken, up.
Those who are most interested in
tne matter at thia timo unequivocally
believe that the road will be success
fully financed and part of it under
construction thia year.
Throughout the warnie territorr.
through which the rc .d IB to operate,
genuino interest is being taken and
intelligent methods being pursued. It
ls beyond a doubt a move of com
manding importance and of vast in
trinsic value to the territory through
which the road wi U ultimately ope
rate, tts construction will mean
the building up of e> vast section ot
magnificent vertile territory between
Augusta and this city and on *o Eas
ley. Bach city Which secures th?
road will receive a benefit hardly
measurable in money.
The following editar?an in the
Edgefield Chronicle of this week e <
ince* the interest displayed in that
ettyj. . r :.
Tbe Northwestern Blldtrlc Railway
ts the name given to the proposed Au>
Anderson-Saaloy trolley line in thc
charter which was obtained for thal
roan" oe the 80th of December las*.
As will ba seen hy a notice in Thc
Chronicle tt.ts week, hooks of sub
scription to that road are now open
at tbs omeo oi MT, w. H. Cogburn, at
the court house, and they will close
on February 0th, 1014. Attar thal
data the company wM' be formally
organised! and. nOeora elected, am!
work commenced on - abs surrey
'the tine. However, o?xore that date
lt may bs possible that a prosldenl
I and treasurer pro tem will be named
I bj tho corporators toi- -business pur
' The eaottal stock, of} ths company lt
placed at ono hundred thousand dol
lars, with the right to raise it to two
million; but,. It is proposed to fist gr,t
matters in shape before making say
increase in tho capital stock, o'aly
enough being raised to maura , the
success or the work in locating 'the
line and the like.
Prom all indications, lt looks as if
the road will bc bu"t. All of the poo*
pie north of hera in both the towns
and country tn Sasley, are aroused tn
tho' imncrlanco of the road, and If
ever people meant business, they
?t Such ls thc case in Kd~c
field, and we feel confident that .this
place, and those In the county inter
ested, will contribute one hundred
thousand dollars or more to the road.
That sum iwil secure the road from
McCormick by Bdgefleld to Augusta,
provided <we - also contribute the
rights of way, and aa tb, that,vw<a feel
confident there will be no trouble.
Upon the budding of this road de
pends the future. prosperity qt the
county and town of Edgefieid. Wo
must have It and we believe that our
peoplo are too wide awake to let tho
Just as soon ?u? the company haa
?been organised, au-sut February 10th,
the definite plans of the company will
be. announced, It will be impossible
< tC.do so acorier.. But, irt the mean
time, much hard Vork ii being done.
BIG MEN COMING
ri MEETING FRIDAY
Field Secretary of National Cham
ber of Commerce it Co Visit
It was announced by special tele
gram received at the offices of the
j Chamber of - Commerce Monday from
[ ?tate Secretary A. V. Snell of Char
\ leaton, that Mr. Harry C. Col en, gen
eral field secretary of the Chamber
of Commerce of the United Statis*,
j would attend the annual meeting ol
, the Qouth Carolina Commercial Uec
; rotaries Association, which meets Sn
this city, as the guests of the local
' commercial body, Friday, this week.
Mr. Colcr will deliver a special ad
dress to ail the members of the local
> chamber, at a spacial smoker to bo
; given Friday night, as will appear by
i announcement elsewhere fn this pa
The Chamber ot Commerce of the
; United States ls a splendid national
I orgauixatlon, doing a great construe
. Uv? work, and it will ne a treat tc
Attdersoulans to hare th? pleasure oi
i hearing this gentleman.
Interesting Letter Froas B? GTM&
Girls' College at Hock HOI to
Be Followed by Otfcerc
Winthrop College, Jen. 18.-In be
half of the Anderson girls I congratu
late you upon bringing out The An
derson Intelligencer as a morning
daily paper. It. will give me great
pleasure to re s nd the Winthrop news
to yon if ton and your readers are
interested in it.
On the evening of Feb. '14, 1914.
Madame Schumann Helnk -will ap
pear at Winthrop. Dr. Johnson . se
cures nothing but the best for ns at
Winthrop, and we consider our
selves fortunate in having thia op
portunity ot hearing her. First, she
is ono of the greators controltos In
the world; and. then because this is
a verT raye opportunity from the
fact tba! ehe will only apepar before
two audiences in the South-Win
i'u.co and Colombia. Or. Johnson
hhas arranged with the southern
railway company to run special
trains tn and ont of Kock Hil} on
that night for the convenience of the
Out of town visitors, Tickets, may
be arranged for by writing, to the
president. We hope that soete of our
Anderson people will come to nee ns
on this occasion. .
Dr. Johnson welcomed the students
back from their holidays with a talk,
Saturday morning, Jan. 3. He con
gratulated the student body upon
their good reports of the first term's
-work. Out of eight hundred and fif
teen reports, there were fewer pi/or
one? iban ever before. He was well
pleased with the girls' promptness
in returning, tor every girl wltb the
exception of a very tow. wai back
at.her "poet of duty" On the morning
ot the opening.
Misses Julia Cll)liard and Martha
F/.chardson. both, ot Anderaon. have
been appointed to serve as marshals
during the year l?13-m4. Mlaa Ju
lia ?Ul??rd has been farther honored
by receiving thc Rural School schol
arship and csu be found every day
assisting Mrs. Hetty Brjwn with her
duties ne prto, of the Winthrop Farm
Tho Wade Hannan Uteflav So
ciety Iwii present Us ennopal play m
th? col lope sud ito? i un on Monday
evening, Jan. lt. Thc Pociety will
pr?sent "The Adventures of Lady
Ursula," by Anthony Hope. A ?argo
crowd ls expected.
Dr. Johnson secured for us the
moving picture reels "Ivanhoe", and
thjy war? shewn to ut aeon after our
..wtotra from the holidays.
mn ta cop college wa? wo li repre
sented at the Students Volunteer
Convention which waa he!
aas City during the hollda
Clifford Barrett, Jennie M,
Craig. Desale Gilmore. Ruth
and Pearl McCoy., ihe sscrstsry.
Physical and medical examinations
have been made for years in Win
throp Training School by the reit?
dent physician or t*e college. These
examinations hav< sen made twice
each. year and records have be?Hi
kept. "The good resulta from "thia
practice are unquestioned. Many
?h.l'dr?? uBTc ?O?fi BuVO? ?fui? y?r
raanent disease and others have been
On account of the growth of tho
college, the resident physician was
unable to continue this work, so at
th? bes Innin g of thia session a near
plan ?was nude. The local physi
cians and dentists oro consulted and
were very willing to give their time
and services to the school in this
line. The work was taken op in ear
neat from the first and the progress
hos beeb rapid.
After a complete record ot
csamJaatloas is coade in the
oftTcop, statements are made .
parents of the child's need* -
the family physician and dentist ot?
consulted regarding tho case. >This
work, like all the work in the Train
ing School, serves two definite pur
poses, namely: , to protect the four
hundred children here and to aid the
one hundred graduates of tba college
who will go out nest year into the
schools of the State. These yoong
ladles will have practical Ideas of
how thia Import*"* Tork can be dose.
Few things are being done this year
which are of greater practical value.
The results attained here can be had
In ?ny place by the simple methods
used. ' ' i ,'. X't
Hero's withing you prosperity end
compliments of the season.
^ SARAH MoCOWN.
Between Anderson, Greenwood . and
Greenville, ?- C. affective Sanday,
December 7th, 1 918. Trains lea re and
arrive G. 8. 4 A.. Main *?r??i
No. Time. . No. Time.
SO 0.86 a. m. 31. 7.35 a. fia.
32 6.25 ?. m. XS 9?5 a. m.
34 10.30 a. m 35 11.45 a, m.
SQ 12.05 p. m. ?7 1.20 p. tb.
SB 2.1b p. m. 39 SJ* p. m.
49 4.65 P. ni. 41 tM^>. sa.
42 8.00 p. m. 43 ts? p. ?.
flefi'L Pana- A*-.