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in clothes that are made to your exeact measure
ment. The cost is about t he same as is asked for
ready- mades that are cut by machines and lackii
in distinction of correct f it and individuality,
don't PRE-SUPPOSE y our size^he^ryori?s?ip in
to a suit thai is tailored tc your individual meas
urements, it fits properly all over from coat colfc
to trouser leg bottoms. Every portion of your
figure bas been taken int o account. Look at the
best dressed men in town an dyou'lt understand
why they come here for clothes.
Prices ?20 to
l If you haye be ?n loo kins: over our Furnishine;
section lately, you must have; noticed its QU ! CK
ENING how much neare r it approaches its ideal as
the representative pf the nie? things of men's
dress; such things that a ppeais to the careful dres
Gotham and Vindex Shirts, that are guaran
teed as .to fit and collar, all sizes and sleeve
lengths-$1.50 to ?2.50. Men's warm under
wear-complete line rig htly priced- all weights.
When you come io look at our assortmerit?t>?
, derbies and soft alike, just remember
that every one was bought this fall an* +hst there
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?v. ti?? vw oiia-J-t? ill VU I ^5HJIC.
nice jp i .uu TO
sell nothing we can
TO THE PEOPLE OF BELTON
Commends The Anderdon Daily
Ir"eO^cer Gp Ht? Friands m
* ?he City cf Many Tra?as
To tee Cltfseos of Belton.:
The Belton Times and teen the Bel
ton News has passed through numer
?os and varied experiences and has at
last ceased, for the present.. At times
you hare been given a fairly good pa
per, at other times it has been of the
poorest kind and has passe?? at a news
paper merely because it was so named
and designated at the top of tue page.
The fact that the paper did not suc
ceed has not bein your fault, but I be
litre 1 can say, with all honesty, that
each time lt rallied and showed signs I
of improvement that you went with it
and gave lt your support
You have realised that Belton, needs
a paper, tis does every growing and
?regressive town, In fact you must
aye some advertising medium, if you
expect to progress.
It affords me pleasure, therefore, to
say thal the Belton Interests will be
well cared tor by The Intelligencer.
This company has taken over the plant
in Belton, and while they wl?l not pub
lish a paper in Belton for the present,
they will give you ali the spare you
. need in a much tarter . pej?r, with,
ja much bigger circulation. In this
paper you will be able to reach a great I
J many more customers, actual aaa!
prospective, yon will also be able to
get Bolton news carried into a much
broader territory. The Intelligencer
will be glad to co-operate with you in
any movement that will tend to build
up and improve Belton and for this
reason I bespeak for them your sym
pathy and support. /Through The In
telligencer you will be enabled to say.
to a great many more people "Watch
Yours falthfu?lv. -
S. BROOKS MARSHALL.
Greenwood, S. C., Jan. 12, 1914.
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* TOWNVILLE NEWS *
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TowhvMe. Jan. 14.-RT V. and Mrs.
W. S. *yera after a week's visit to
their old home, Johnston- have re
turned to Townville.
Ktav. and Mrs. Hollingsworth? the
newly, elected Pr?shytArlmi mlnitu.
and pastor, moved from Mississippi
a few Cays ago to take charge of th?
new work at this place.
Rev. John Harris of McCormick,
has boen visiting relatives and
friends ?itero and preached several
eoul-??iBpir?lng sermons ' 8.1 tho Bap
ir?RTr?S' "win leave
in a few days foi Nebraska where
he " wiii have charge of pastorial
work there. We wish f?r Mr. Harris
much success in this broad now field
of, evangelistic work.
Ber. W. B.Hawkins and family
have ?moved into their new homo ot
the north end of Church street. This
makes now four preachers living on
??iss Dtir.iap, cyr d?c?s~> sscs??
tak?har. af?Ar a. -vial* in h*? ho???
Athens, Ga., bas returned and as
sumed ber duties fas music teacher.
Miss Sara Crabbs <?f fair Play, 4s
visiting Miss Winnie Grubt?.
(Miss Mamie G<*ntl of Atlanta,
visiting Mrs. J. N. Bolemon.
Mr. Kugeno Maze and family have
moved some three ox four miles
from here near Fair Play.
Mr. and Mrs, J. Walter Dickson
and family are to move from thel
homo "Locust Qrove" th ?fee mile
from herc in town In the Shirlo,
house on ?sSain target. '
Mr. F.ank Dickson and family have
ta?v$d ?rom ocar C?oss Roads to tho
Dickson old homestead' "Locust
SUPT. ?C. ML?
ftSl fi !tt??lT 1M?T wrtu
UR fl fl??t ULim
CSDt. J?tu C.
j ot tho groat statesman of the same
j name, waa bert- on a visit last week
j accompanied by his aon. Mr. Jas.. E.
f Calhoun They visited ?he. home ot
Mrs. M. Q; Dickson, the widow of a
war Urns comrade ot Capt. 0a'
Th? dtstmfeuished viattej^ tasked
should not bear Ca'houn's name. The
management of the college is vested
in a board consisting of eight life
truttees, spopinted by the Clemson
estate sad self perpetuated, and sev
en trijirtees elected by tho State legisla
ture, lt ts said that $100,000 Would
cover tho value of the propos tv left
to the college by Mr. Clemson.
Mr. Calhoun is very much interest
ed in this coantrv. He praised the
splendid stlrit of the people of this
section. (Some of the local :lln> wires
endeavored to get him lo tores ted in
unseeing a hotel proposition here,
and Mr. Calhoua bas the matter un
der consideration. Soma local friends
were invited to join him in Charles
ton cn a yachting trip. Capt. Cal
houn had boon to Clemson CoReae
and toft here for Abbev?iie, ? the na
tivo counry ot hi? gran?iat?er, This
was his erst visit in sr> years.
..tir. W. S. Br*eaz?ssJe, tho well
known merchant tailor, has ?tonel
north to purchase . bia spring pat
ARRANGEMENTS MADE BY
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE'
Win Be Ame Ag Distinguished
Guests Hexe For Meeting of
Stete Uve Wires
At the director* meeting of the
Chamber of Commerce held Friday,
utans were definitely, outlined tor the
quarterly meeting and. smoker to be
held Friday night at B. P. M., the
same being given complimentary to
the visiting commercial organization
* The program for the smoker 1B as
Mr. j; D. Hammett, chairman, exe
cutive committee, chairman.
So?iih' ?juron na and Panama Canal,
address, A. v, Snell. Secretary Char
leston Chamber of Commerce.
"The, South,** address, Harry' C.
Coles,. Field Secretary," Chamber of
Commerce of the United States,
Washington, D. C. "> V . .
"Agriculture, South Carolina's
I Greatest Asset," Hon. E.. J. Watson.
Commissioner of Agriculture, Co
Tomorrow or aexrilay, cardOi?tP"
tying all members of the local Cham
ber of tho meeting ard smoker will
bc mailed out, out chairman Ham
mett desires to announce that every
citizen of Anderson and vicinity who
may desire to attend is welcome.
Tho program ls short and will be
Bnappy. It was deemed -best to have
but three talks and those good ones.'
Te EBtertaln Guests:
Announcement ..has been made hy j
Hon. Lae G. Hoilemau, chairman of
the ?fotsrtairi maifr-Comiwitt ec, Cham-1
ber of Commerce of Anderson, that a I
special uiinrrr tvjll bc servc-u to all ;
visitors .here on the occasion of -the
annual ??eetiag OT tho South Cara?ina
Commercial Seeret*ri*? Association.
The dinner will be served at 2 p.
m., nt the Cpiquola Hotel and only
visita ; attend. Plates will be .
laid for twenty. ty twenty-five guests.
, . Mayor HoUii?Dfcso .a&o ia, arranging
I 9HHH?SM9H9BF-Anderson fctj
..?ri? aro-s\r*7? ?ja a?tx; T ?D rTAJXTJ. [ tl
At night, as announced elsewhere, .
a smoker will bo iendcred';all"'visltors
and members alike, and it is expected
that a largo crod will bo present.
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weil, the old year has gcse andi
th? new ono-comes In. Who will try
to do more f?r tho Lord and live for
Hi? glory? Try to make every on-j
happy and pul*- together. See if we
can't mako our Sunday schcol more
wonderful. We-: havn some good
Christian people' at this place who
shoaid wait for his partner to
him. Rvery?ocy ia asked to come out
next Sunday to arrange a Sunday
school course. All are expected, old
Young men, come to church and ;
help slog bess. If you cant sing
you may de some good by looking
on. We haye some few men. around ,
hero who invite our boya to have
whisky aa? wnt. Good mes, won't
you stop..and see how much good you
c\u do In 195,4?
Well we havo had some real cold
We" "send our sympathy lo Mr. .
raith of Lebanon, wbu lost ;
lust paid Che
?at the. foot of
esas.' Our schools are doing lino.
We trust this will be the best year
wo.ha.VB aver had.
t l?o ii in tho city. Instruments have
I rem.'ttltiffltf and practice will begin
Officers have been elected as follows: ,,
Manager, C. M. Tolllson; treasurer.
W. T. Cox; secretary, Clutt Hunter;
instructor. Fred Spencer.
The band will be quite a feature of
the fair next tall, for of coarse it has
been decided to have a bigger and
better fair tor 1914. This will make
Anderson county the premier of . the '
State in banda, with the First Bag! :
ment band al Will tamaton, the Sec- ,
ond Dsgliuent band at Orrvllle and ,
I the good band at Pelzer and another ,
I at Lebanon.
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. Mle* Grace Vaodiver writes- * i 1
. "1 think, in ail ot tue conven- . ? \
. tiona ? iora Rniaii? for, ? r .
. have never found just the spirit * ' j
. that 1 round at Anderson the * | 1
. other day. It 1/ needless to say * i t
. how'pleased I am with thc out- * j j
. look.'r ~ r *j ,
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Hundreds of Satisfied Patrons
Burriss Metal Shingle
STANDS ALONE IN IT'S
The "PEER & pf all Roof Coverings.
Small orderslas well as large ones given
strict attention and promptly filled.
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Call at our Plant and let us show you why you should use BUR
RISS METAL SHINGLES. :: :: :: :: :: ::
John T. Burriss & Son
W. KABLE STREET ANDERSON, S. C.
Dont i. of the Mother of Pastor of 1st
SOM I Yiesojteria* Church,
Mi 3\ John A. Prazier of Layafelte.
A'" : Men dir night at S.40 ai
the erne of her son. Rev. Dr. W. H.
Prat cr>n West Whltner street. Mrs.
Frai er had como hero to spend the
holli ays'.and while on a visit which
was so All.of pleasure she wasproa
trat d With a sudden sevore Hincas,
flfi jipMsred to rally, but later her
cont It'ion again became alarming and
the ?&dMad been expected for hours.
Her vewrablo husband, her corn
pan 2n Ar 4f years of hsppy raar
rfJB'ifMhad been la very bad health
HK?fl>9 time/ and the visit to
gough Carolina apepars to have ben
efited lpn. (Many friends tn Ander
*gg| wi* be grieved tor hoar o? his
lars. Prazier was C7 years of age.
berlmajflen name having been Emily
Abjynatbj. She ls survlv?4 hy her
??ai? and five children, manly
PM ?srBse lives prove the splendid
BjjBSi^S, cbs rscter of tula ?a mt ly
Kpftfta&They are J. P. Prazier of
Ai?., ur. frasier of An
IPpjjay? A. R., B. C., and B. K".
body will be taken Tuesday at
U.?O toi tho old borne In Alabama.
Bl sorrow of many friends should
belo? sotno comfort to the bereaved
flnifr flrjr. Frasier and tho Rev.
Drj Wim". Hollingsworth ot Town
?s wtH accompany the body.
? A brWt funeral service will be
hen at>;th? home this morning at
SE?felswc, conducted by Dr. Hol
?MMpaA. The officers of the church
w3p attind in a body. The pal!
b^ws 3*111 be from among the of
?pj- ITERAS S REUNION
MKS. JOHN A? FRAZIER,
anderson Ceteras* Petition L-rtrtft
tare fer au Appropriation.
An enthusiastic meeting of Camp
Stephen D. Lee waa held Saturday
?fternoon at the court house. A TiUsa
t>cr of memorials were paused' and
Mr. Jas. M. Payne waa appointed a
iommlUje to go to Colombia to tn
list upon their passage L~ ths
The principle memorials adopted
aere those railing upsn the general
sssembly to co more for the persona
?nt!*!-? to pensions, and another
argie; that the appropriations for
U.SOQ for the Coafedorate reunion
je continued. The reunion will be
Held la Andarse? thia Uar. The
rsterans of Anderson county also po
rtioned tho liglnlatur* to pay the
?ot?f-ot 8t^?c endorsed. ?> Hovcr:mr
??a Goa- i oagu?' to get money
?nojogh for the old soldier* te go
oi ?ae Gettysburg P?ttaWa,
WE HAVE PLACED ON SALE A GRAND NEW
ASSORTMENT OF LINENS, RATINES, ETC.,
AND AT OUR USUAL LOW PRICES-10 to 25
PER CENT. BELOW REGULAR PRICES ELSE
lt P?*ce? Sf lack Soft Finish Shirt
Jj?mSii Linen, ?ei"<> mi mest ?tor?? ft?
50 ene ts yiri, Bailes way? 25 cents
10 Pelees M Seen 80 cent linen Cern.
?ric ?Balles way, only 25 eents puni.
44 Inch Kew Snow Flake BetMe
cowes la Pink, all shales of Blee,
While, Crean, Vas ?Brown, etc, Baues
way only 25 cent? yard.
. 90 lach Linen Finish Sheetleg eely
50 cents ycard.
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90 fach ell Linen Sheetfa^Uie 91?5
kind, Balles waj, 9? coats yard.
IF IT I?>NEW GOODS YOU ARE LOOKING
FOR-Jsf?W PERCALES, GINGHAMS, POP
LINS, CURTAIN GOOPS, SWISSES, SCRIMS,
ETC., YOU'LL FIND THEM ALL HERE AND
AT BAILES' WELL KNOWN LOW PRICES,
G.'ii; BAILES, #r?^.