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Q- A REASONFOR ALLTHINGS jQ "
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. --?BHBt" - Mantel, Tile, Grate and Fireplace Kurnisli- ?Mw?fXm
-^?TOfP*? log Line is because wc are Exclusive deal- ^^^mmfw
nu ers and make this line a study. irnrniii^i?
jB ULMER MANTEL & TILE CO. m, :
Bleekley Building Anderson, S. CV ^^^HP
Inquiries by Mail, Teli
Into the Contest De
-. , .?,
nificent Prizes Off<
NOMINATION COUPONS REGEi
?-8ET IN THE Rl
* The Contest Department of
* The Anderson Daily Intellt-^
*iafencer will be open from 9 a. m"
" ' i? ? p. ai. Tliorio that are Inter
* ested in the contest are invited
* to call. Representatives of the
? Contest Department will be
?* present to give fnll information
' to all thoBe that call. The Con
* test Department can also be
* reached by telephone. No 3.21.
w Ask for the Contes? Department.
o announcement has ever struck
* more popular Chord than did the one
>9 yesxeraajrs issue of The Anderson
$aily Intelligencer that told or thin
gkner's 'mutual plan to gito to tbc
of North and South f^ro!!?
Vporoximately $2,0Q0.t>0 in valuable
ffriaes. Even The Anderson Intelli
gencer knowing something of ita pop
ularity add the esteem ot which it will
a?k??oc, confessed i? some surprise at
Ute interest created. Thousands of
n of The Anderson Dally Intol
ar all over the 8 ta to read the
lia of this splendid offer yesterday
s^tsIm? ?nd It Jo anfo io say that this
uncement will be the ' principal
of conversation at informal gath
during the day.
' >w Anderson Becelved It '
3c Anderson the announcement was
startling. . It has been discussed in
tht* houses, in the stores and . in the
streets all day long. A large number
THE WHISKEY LAWS
M-~??rs?: F?gs. iiW* Fain
WouldI Place Whiskey Sell
tag In Lower Court
?4 agi ? tr?te C. K. Clement, of Hona
Path township, was among the inter
* ling visitors to the ?Uy yesterday.
, Mgrtplflment discussed with a reporter
The Intelligencer a new plan for
handling the whiskey trials and said
that he believed a system of apthorlz
i^^^^JM^strates to try the whis
key cases would prove to be the
mean of preventing many of them
from from ever going into the cir
If this could be done ildeuwot et
, If this could be dons it would not
only aavo the county a gr&at deal of
espouse but at the same time it would
gr?vent the long delay which now en
anas. On the docket of-every county
. eottrt to the State will be found num
ra of v?hlakey cases which have
been oarrled from term to tc?m. wait
ing untl they could receive the at
* tentlon of tho court. This la through
ne/ fault of thu court oi?retai3; It is an
i t."or impo?lhllityl to give immediate
?UeJtlon to the numerous cases of
l violation of the dispensary law and
; ordingdiy these cases froquenly
h Sil g. on for months, some times for
to Clement, in talking of
2phone and Person Pour
partment. Five Mag
*red Create Interest.
ifED IN LARGE NUMBERS
ICE EARLY ID TAKE THE LEAD
? ON EVENINGS.
' of nomination coupons, counting 1,000
' votes each, liave already been received
? from energetic people who mean to
, lose no time in getting started In this
frioudly struggle. Many have called
' In person and others have sent in rc
1 quests by mall that full particulars
* concerning the contest be sent them
at once. There la always a shade of
- advantage In securing an early start
' In a contest of this kind in which the
' time Is limited, amt it pleases The An
* derson Daily Intelligencer when so
' many people of the territory upprc
? elate this fact. It could not ask for a
more auspicious reception that that
accorded the announcement in yester-,
: I day's Issue, !
1 li -Itz-Zj Zirol? ?ai u is going to I
I mako hundreds of new friends between
1 now and March 12th, when the gifts
will be distributed. The gift list is j
r such a magnificent one that the atton- ;
1 tlon it has attracted is not at all sur-;
prising. A Ford Touring Car heads J
' the list. - Anything worth as much asj
a touring car Is seldom given away, v
but The Anderson Dally Intelligencer j
; Is giving one absolutely free, and it is !
n car of unusual merit. Uosldes the ]
automobiles there are hundreds of del- j
lora' worth of othor prizes to be given |
away by The Anaorson Duiiy Intel-i
Usencer, for ^rhir.h thojr want in re
turn a small portion of your spare
time . Enter your name or that of your
NOW IS YOUR CHANCE. DON'T
OVER/^OOK AN OPPORTUNITY
LIKE THIS ONE.
the matter yesterday, said that the
cases could be tried by the magis
trates if the penalty were lowered)
and said that while this would seem
to be losing monty it would lndrest
ly save money for the county since!
the trial In the court of general ses
sions, whon it Is finally reached, is
necessarily very expensive.
in all probability Mr. Clement will
present his plan to the members of
the general assembly from Anderson
county and ask that they tako under
advisement tho Introduction of a law
which woiild provide for 6uoh a pro
< A SON-COLLINS
On Sunday afternoon,-January 4th,
1914, at 4 o'clock, at the home of Mrs.
M. M. Cason, a very impressive mar.
riage ceremony was performed by
Rev. Mr. Waters. Baptist' pastor; the
bfide being, 'Misa Dora Cason. eldest
daughter of Mrs. M. M. Cason and
Mr. Craytcn Collins, eldest son ot
Mr. V. V. Collins, the groom. Miss
Dbra Cason is one of the most
charming your.g women and has
many charming traits ot character.
Mr. Collins 1s a most successful
planter and is held ht high esteem
by all throughout Oconco. 'Mr. and
Mrs. Collins will toko up their resi
dence on their fine farm near Com
son, aDtor January tho ISch, wi-.on
they will be at home to their many
ADVERTISE YOUR TOWN
- By Having Us Name on the En
> velope of Kvury Letter Yon Send, M
Let Us Quote Prices For
Printing Your Stationery.
CON TINT Fl) CASES
Quite h Number on th? Decket This
About the usi:al number of cases
hare been brought over to thla ecs
Hion or the winter term of the Court
of Geucral Relisions for trial. The
list of continued cases is headed-by
those charged with violation of the,
dispensary law and the blind tigers
will occupy most of the attention of
the court if all of tho cases on that I
eitarge are called for trial. Among
those names Known on the docket for
trial on this charge und brought over]
from the last term ara:
Ton: Speights. J. M. Maxwell, Pres?
Lew's, J. P. Mnhefleld, D. C. Alken,
Anderson Williams, Ror.ena Fruzier,
Reuben Johnson, C. J. Holliday, Slick
Pollard, Henry Dan, Oliver Elrod,
Mack Bannister, Henry Oliver, W.
Ollne Moore, Jesse Aberhardt.
Almost an equal number of appeal
cases are also to be found on the
court docket, these being:
Jack Thompson and Hattlo Reed,
Jim Carter, Henry Sayies, Lou Ellen
H?cker, Dud Lee Clinkscales, Bcllo
Minor, Alice Bailey. Frank Allen, F.
Sanders. John Lewis. Dick Bailey. F.
8. Gregory, J. C. Ortflln, W.U. God
frey and E. C. Neely, Andy Shaw,
Henry Holley, J. W. Ward, Dan Hol
lingsworth, Alice Hippo. I. N. SkfilUn.
H"~ II??i loui. x?-ice, U. W.
Banthor. E. T. Anderson, Arthur Wil
liams, Dave Hagood, H. J. Lindsay,
Robt. Lindsay, John -Shipes. Jim Mc
AwioUr, R. G. Johnson, Lucius Wide
man, Jessie Weeks and J. P. Jenkins,
Other casea coming over from tho
last term of court and for trial at this
Assault and battery with Intent to
kill: Ab Knox. Oille Adams,. A. G.
Murder: 'Mike Melton, S. Gantt
Gutnl?ui? tjuv?a umicr faiac pre
tences:* Milton Latlmer, Jim Sulli
House breaking and larceny: Max
Wright. George Parks.
Receiving stolen goods: J. H. Mar
Washington.?Frank l\ Glass of
Alabama, will probably be seated as
United States ssnator WednesiV*,y,
uhexplred term of Jos. T. Johnston,
WASTED TO SELX
Three highly bred mares, guaran
teed to breed. Ages, quality and prices
right. City broke.
S. A. WTOEHAN
??< > *QO? oOO
I We Print Them
HON. J. O. RICHARDS, JR.
Chairp-*n or Railroad commission and
a Codldete *v"T Governor, hero last
SHORTER BOUTE TO
Wcud Have Ferry Established On
Savannah River to Make
Stating that he would chcerfullj
contribute for the purpose iljat part
of the route traversing his' property,
E. C. Mi : .chine hats written a letter to
Porter Whaley, secretary of the An
derson Chamber of Commerce in
which he asks that the proposition ot
placing a ford on the Savannah river
to make a direct route from Ander
son to Elberton, Oa., be given con
sideration. In his letter Mr. Mesch
lue says that there was formerly a
ferry known as Bowman's ferry
which was located between Harper'B
ferry and Gregg Shoals and that by
this means it made a much more di
rect trip to Elberton, shortening the
d!stnnc?*ahflh proving to bo a great
convenience to those peuple -who had
occasion to.mukq the trip.
Hs states that a charter could be
secured from the State of South CV
olina for this fer.y if tho matter were
/taken up with the members of the
Gcnerafc Assembly . rrom Anderson
county'and says that Georgia would
; -have to respect it if such were issued.
He peint*, ^s his authority for thi
statement to Vol. I, section 2, of the
South Carolina Code of Laws.
In this" le'ter Mr. Meschine says
that if ho can furnish half of the
rlgbt of way for such undertaking
that the State of Georgia would cer
tainly furnish the other half an.-' as
aures the Secretary of the local Cham
ber of Commerce that it would be for
tho coed of the people of this section
to havo such a raovo put on foot. He
urgeB that immediate steps may be
taken in order that tho movement
might be perfected beforo the pres
ent session of tho Genoral Assembly is
When asked a* to his personal op
inion concerning tho matter. Mr.
Wbaley said that he had had no time
in which to consider it and that he
could not express any conclusion as
NIGHT SCHOOL RAO
A FLYING START
ted Last Night In Quarten
of Cecil Business School. .
A movement which must prove for
the betterment of Anderson was
If dnchod laat night tehan the Y. M. C.
A. night school for boys was inaugu
rated. This school has been started
in the hope that those boys who ore
forr.ftd to labor d?r?ns the day may
have en opportunity to acquire^ome
education and judging from all indi
cations the bey? and the young men
ot tho city are willing to avail them
selves of the opportunity thus present
The school opened last night in the
splendid quarters' of Cecil's Businoss
school with an enrollment of 18. The
students say that so far as they are
concerned the joint facts of the school
opening on the 13th of the month and
the enrollment reaching the 18 mark
will prove to more of an omen of
good luck than it will ill-fortune.
Prof. Riser, principal of tho Ander
son High School, has active charge of
the work and thin instructor is going
to leave nothing undone that'can be
done to make the school a success. He
is asslstedi n hts efforts by Director
Burent ot the Y. M. O. A.
It is planned to hold.two sessions
of the night school each week, one on
Tuesday and one on Thursday night
and the school will open promptly at
7:30 o'clock on thesoor ein tainnuu
7: CO o'clock on those evenings. It is
confidently expected that by next
Thursday night the present enrollment
Will be swelled to' possibly twt?e the
number present at the roll call last
Messrs. Burnett and Riser d?
torts in this direction and the work
Iht-y are doing should be appreciated j
by the' people of Andarann senersHy
and especially by the young men for
whom tho work la destined to accom
NOTICE OF COUNTY TREASURES.
The books of the County Treasurer
will be opened for the collection of
State, County and School taxes for the
fiscal year, 1913, and Commutation
Road taxes for the fiscal year 1914, at
tue Treasurer's office from Oct. i5th
to December 31st, 1913. After Decem
ber ? 1st; one per cent penalty will be
added; after January Slst, two1 per
cent penalty will be added and after
February 28th seven per cent penalty
will be added till the 15th day of
March, 1914, when the books will be
All persons owning property in more
than one township or school district,
arc requested, to call for receipts in
EACH TOWNSHIP OFjSQHOOL DIS
TRICT in which the property is lo
cated. On account of having so
mr.r.y school districts, this request ?? ?
very important to the tax-payers and
will to a large extent eliminate extra
costs and penalties.
The rate of levy is as follows:
State taxes....5 1-4 mills
Special school taxes State 1 mill
School taxes.3 mille
Old county taxes.4 mil's
District. No. Special Levy. Total Levy.
Anderson.17, 6 mills, 22 1-4
Airy Springs.64, 4 mills, 2(1 1-4
Beaverdam.56, 4 mills, 20 1-4
Belton.12, 3 mills, 19 1-4
Bethel.&fv 2 xnlUa, 18 1-4
BlBhop Branch ... 28. 4 mjlis,' 20 1-4
Broyles.57. 4 mills, 20 1-4
Calhoun '..29. 2 mills. 18 1-4
Roads and bridges ... ...1 mill
Past indebtedness.1 mill.
Tctsi.15 I-* mina
The following are the additional
levies for special school districts:
Cedar Grove..30, 4 miils, 20 1-4
Central.58? 4 mills, 20 1-4
Cleveland. . 36, 4 mills, 20 1-4
Concrete.19, 4 mills, 20 1-4
Comer . ;.13. 4' mills, 20 1-4
Double Springs .. 6S, ? miils, %i 1-4
Eben?i?r. ..45, 2 mills, io i-i
Eureka ... ... ..25, 2 mills, 18 1-4
Fairvtew.63, 3 mills, 19 1~?
Friendship.36, 4 mills, 20 1-4
(font* *i.34, E 1-2 mills, 21 S-4
G?neront? ... _61, i mills, 20 1-4
Good Hope.43. 2 mills, 18 1-4
Green Pond.69; 8 mills. 24 1-4
Grove .,.65. 3 mills, 19 1-4
Hunter. ... 24, 6 mills, 21 1-4
Hopewell...8, 4 mills. 20 1-4
Iva .... 44, 7 mills, 23 1-4
Lebanon.37, 4 mills, 20 14
Long Branch.33, 4 mills, 20 1-4
Melton.51, 4 mills, 20 1-4
Mountain View ...18, 4 mills, 20 1-4
McEimoyle.40, 4 mills, 20 1-4
McLees ... ... 63, 4 mills. 20 1-4
Neala' Creek.60, 3 mills, 19 1-4
Oak Grove.39, 2 mills, IS 1-4
Public roads.lr mill
Pendleton. 2. 3 mills, 19 1-4
Plercetown ... ... ..54, 3 mills, 19 1-4
Rock Mills.5, 4 mills. 20 1-4
rtoqky ?iver.59. 2 mills. IS 1-4.
iSaluda.26, 2 mills, 18 1-4
Savannah ... .'. ..9, 3 mills, 19 1-4
Starr. 37, 7 mills. 23 1-4
stmpsox ville.41, 3 mUls, 19 1-4
St'Vaul.4* 4 mills, 20 1-4
Threo and Twenty 32, 4 mills. 20 1-4
Townvllio .... ... ..40. 6 mills. 22 1-4
Onion ... 21. 4 vnilia, 20 1-4
West Petasr . .8. 8 mills. 24 1-4
: Whita Plain* ... 48, 4 mills. 20 1-4
Wmiamston ./O, 6 mills, 21.1-4
WtlUfurd ... ,62, 3 mills, 19 1-4
Zlm- . 53, 6 mills, 22 1-4
The State constitution requires all
male persons between the ages of 21
and 60 years, except those incapable
of earning a support from being
maimed or other causes, and those
who served Id the war between the
States, to pay a noil tax of one dollar.
All male persons between the ages of
21 and 60 years ot age who are able
to work the rublio roads, or cause
them to be worked, except preachers
Who have charge ot a congregation
and persons wlw sorvved hi the war
between the State, school teachers
and trust?es, who are exempted from
real duty may in lieu ot work, pay
a tax of one dollar, to be collected at
the same tlm/, other taxes are col
Prompt attention will be given all
persons who Wish to pay their taxes
through the mails by check, money or
The Code of Laws of 1212 fixes, the
ccs?isutatii??i Hc*d j??
County at two dollars ($2.00) and un
til Ulis -et is viwtg? by U;o LttgUla
ture, the Treasurer will have to col
lect this amount.
C. W. McG-a?,
Advertisements in this depart
ment will be classified and ran at
the following rates: 25 words or
less, one time, 25c; three times
for 50c; eight times for $1.00.
For more thin 25 words the same
rate will apply.
GIRLS WASTED to bow. light work.
Will pay board while yon are.
learning. Anderson Overall Fac
tory. Anderson, a C. 12-12-2=:
WANTED TO BUY?Will buy?any
time, fat cattle, hogs and calves
I have customers for and contracts
to furnish. I buy hides and tallow.
Tbe Tanners want my htdos.
121 W. Whitner St.. Phone 694or 695
R. D. HENDERSON
At Lilly White Market.
The wholesale and abattoir man.
WANTED?Position by stenographer
with two years' experience. Write
The Intelligencer. ltp.
'?^?BKs^^VANTED to look after
our. Interest in Anderson and ad
jacent count'.e3. Salary or commis
- 8lon. Address The Harvey Oil Co.,
Cleveland, O. l-9-4t.'
FOB. PENT?Ono six room house on
Weich Ave. . Apply to A. L. Welch.
60 head good mules, old and young,
within the next ten days or two weeks.
Bring them to The Frotwell Company's
stables. O. W. RADER.
P0n SALE.-KOU35 and loi where ?
?ow live and vacant lui adjoining on
east. House baa eight rooms and
kitchen, hjuttler'a pantry, bath room,
slectric lights end sewerage. Price
right, terms right L. E. Norryce.
FOB SALE?I have some nice, large
white Wyandottes for sale. Write
for prices.?W. W. Thompson, Lown
desvJlle, S. C. 12-23-lmo. p.
FOR SALE?Farm, 105 acres, beauti
fully located, near city, good dwell
ing, four tonant houses, two barns,
gin house, land le/el and easy of
cultivation, at a price that la a
-bargain. Come to see us Quic?. or
write. Burriss Realty Company.
We will sell at public auction at the
Anderson court house on Monday Feb
ruary 2, at the usual time* one house
rod lot in town of Belton, In estate of
Mrs. M. J. Qambell. Purchaser to pay
jxtra for papers.?R. R.? Keaton and
?. A. Keaton, Executors.\ i-13-3tu.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All persons haying' claims against
the estate of Mrs. Amanda Qambell,
deceased, are hereby notlzed to pre
sent them property pmven to the nn
rTsrrigried within the time prescribed
by law1 and those indebted t.i make set
-913tp. J. N. QAMBELL, Admr.
Piedmont, S. C.
' B, F. Martin will be at Anderson on
taturda)*!. Wh?n writing, address
are McCollongh, Martin and Blyth?,
^atryers, Greenviile,'S? O.
A special teauuera' esamtaation will
ie hold at the court house Saturday,
an. 17, 1914, beginning at 9:06 a. m.
Ql teachers ex pectin* to take the
eachers examination are expected to
kj prs*ant At ?hl? v..
-2-6t J. B. FELTON,
_County 8upt, of Education.
Select seed Potato??frish. Cooler
ad Red Bliss?peck 40 cents; per
Plant as early in January as possible
The Seedsman. Phone '4M
SPECIAL UIN3ING NOTICE.
Beginning January 5th, we will run
cur gins only on Monday, Tuesday and
1-6-Ct. > FARMERS OIL MILL.
NOTICE OF THE OPENING OP
BOOKS OF SUBSCRIPTION
By Virtue of th? nnwpr plven *q ?
by a commission issued by the Sec
retary of State for South Carolina, and
dated the 30th day of December, 1913,
constituting ub a Board of Corpora
tors, notice is hereby given that on the
8th day of February; 1014, at ten
o'clock a. m., at the office of the Cham
ber ..of Commerce, Anderson, S. C,
Books of Subscription to the Capital
Stock of the Northwestern Electric
Railway will be opened! The Capital
Stock is to be One Hundred Thousand
Dollars, divided into One Thousand
Shares, of'par value of One Hundred
Dollars each. ?
JOS. E. LEACH,
W. C. SMITH,
I A S. FARMER,
J. H. ANDERSON',
S: J. WAKBFIELD,
A. M. ERWIN,
Jv J. ANDREWS,
T. J. PRICE,
W. f. UAbHOUN,',
O. P. BRIGHT,
G. C. OAMBRELL,
r WM. N. GR?YDON,
l-6-4tue Beard ?f Corporators.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
Al? pontons holding claims ag??u?i
the estate of EzekiSl Harris, deceased,
are hereby not I lied to present them
at once, duly attested, and also all
persons indebted to said-estate will
also please settle same immediately
iwith the undnr?lcrn?a
Notlco is also given that I will on
January 27th, 1914, at 11 o'clock a. m.
apply to the probate judge of An
derson county for a final settlement of.
said estate and a discharge from my
office as executor.
J. C. HARRIS and
J. J. MAJOR,
I l-2-4t Executors.
NOTICE TO DEPOSITORS
' Depositors In tho Farmers Loan and
Trust Co. will pl?aBe present their
papa books so that their Interest may
be entered and: thepass books balanced
Anderson, S. C. Dec. 31, 1913. l-2-3t
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
All persons holding claims against
the estate of L. A. Hnnnicutt, deceased,
are hereby notified to present them
at once, duly attested and also all
persons indebted to said estate will
also please settle same Immediately
with the undersigned.
Notice is also given that I will on
January 30th, 1>U. at. 11 o'clock a, m.
apply to the probate Judge for An
derson county for a final settlement of
said estate and a discharge from my
office as executor.
1-2-4U M. A. HUNNICUTT, Adsnr.
KOTICE OF A??NTJAL MASTING OF
BOARD , OF COUNTY
.The annual meeting of tho Board
of County Commissioner* for Ander
son county will be held In the Su
pervisor's office at Che: Court House
on Thursday the 8th day of January,
1914. All persons holding demands
against the County not previooely
presented to the Board are, required
to flla the same With the Clerk of
the Board on or b afore the 1st day of
January so that they may bo exam
ined and ordered paid at the annual
J. H. ACKER,
Clerk County Commissioner*.
Heir. W?it6 r^a??b, Yc?ow
Dan vers and Reds, 16 conta a quart;
?>y the bushel, $3.00.
Our stock Is select quality.
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