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Wide Awake People of
Nominations for The
?Price List Attract
Apply in Large Nu
Only two short days have elapsed
rdnco the first announcement of The
Anderson Dally Intelligencer's plans
to give away aproximately 120,00
('worth of valuable prizes to the cner
getlc people of the Carolinlas, and
already wonderful Interest has bnoe
manifested In this .Contest. Nomina
tlons continue to come from all .quar
ter* nnd there Is evidence by phone
mid mull thut the'greatest Interest
is being felt in the city of Anderson
'and county. All day yesterday, The
: Contest Department presented a
scene of activity unusual so early in
a Contest of this kind. Many per
sons living in Anderson and the im
mediate vicinity called Inporson.whlle
i others used both Telephone and let
ters. Candidates and prospective can
didates brought out several point"
^yesterday that need special explana
tion and answers. The most impor
tant question asked was: What do 'i
iisYe to do to win VU ni you must
familiarize yourself with the condi
lono of tho contest. Second:. See how
iple the rulea are; then sign .the
??2Strim blank l??i? bc?? iL iii the
Manager. This wll brin::
a representative who will explain
yon in full the details of tho Con
and start you on the road to
is. Some few- .persons did not
srsfcand definitely about the daily
it, counting twenty five votea
A candidate is entitled to as
ly as (She can gather, hut they
bo voted on or before the date
ited thereon. One or two thought
had to be subscribers .to The
lerSon Daily Intelligencer to be
to enter this Contest. To
jxplainc dtiiat . nthr
explained that the <ton
to ail and it was not
i ,bo a subscriber bo enter,
married or single lady of
?uto living in South Carolina
l... Cllll..,. I?.
ie nomination blank or havlntj
someone to do It for them.
8UBH<JKIl'TION BOOKS ARE NOW
: J UlMtV mj'trxi* :im to. *?. Mw?.?i!un
iscrlptions and may be hnd by
.? appiivunt iuo to tcoruT'sst de
Klag application to the' Jontest
trtment. The 'Anderson Dally
alllgencer desires to say to the
testants Who have already entered
tn thnRP uflm n re CO??S?der?E*",
the Contest Department has
especlaly organised for them and
prepared at all times to give any
niatsnce consistent with the rulos
te Contest to all who apply. It
rel to remember that an early
lyes an advantage In a contest
id. It is alv/aya true that
. knocks- and then waits
itlo time for the door to
i^$his case the opportunity
In ?ho form of- an automo
bile, piano? carriage or in fact any of
;the prises that The Anderson In
lllgencer is to give away. Cet
now and be a winner.
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mucn i/L uiv uiuuiuutra X) ill oe
llshed very soon.
YU? WANT TO El
COME AND SEE U;
THE BEST OF EVE1
VER YBEST STYIJ
Special. Order* a S\
the Carolinas Send in
mseives and Friends
s Very Best People.
Full Information and
mbers for Books ?
s Special Attention
The Contest Department of
The Anderson Daily Intelli
gencer will be open from 9 a. m
to 9 p. m. Those that are inter
ested in the contest are Invited
to call. Representatives of the
Contest Department will be
present to Rive full information
to all those that call. The Con
test Department can also he
reactn d by telephone, No 3.21.
Ask for the Contest Department,
Names or the. candidates will bo!
published very foou.
Lo Co ?mn? <?b Bros,
15? j>> . w
and you can wear & smile all
the time as they enable you to
turn out the neatest and best
class of work. Let us show
you our J?test Model No. 5
and you will be convinced.
We sell all other makes of
re-built and second hand
machines, also repair all
other make machines, and
our work is done by first
class experienced workmen.
Give us a Trial.
J. E. CRAYTON & CO.,
jurcaicio. ijimrioite, .in.Jj.
W. 0. ?JLMER,
Agent, Anderson, S. C.
* * LOOK VVHO'3 HERE! * *
* MR. W. P. RUSSELL *
* Showing *
* SPRING SUITINGS *
* He Want* to See You *
* PARKER & BOLT *
if. i>hiv noire <r*i atuiwhi -
if. if. if. .f. if. if. if. if. if. Jf. if. if. if.
Anderton, S. C.
Advertisements in this depart- I
ment will be classified and run at !
the following rates : 25 words or
leas, one time, 25c; three times1
for 50c; eight times for $1.00. ;
For more than 25 words the same
rate will apply.
GUUS WANTED to sew. light work, j
Will pay hoard while you are i
learning. Anderson Overall Fac
tory, Anderson, S. C. 12-12-2m
WANTED TO BUT?Will buy any
time, fat cattle, hogs and calves
I have customers for and contracts
to furnish. I buy hides and tallow.
The Tanners want my hides.
121 W. Whitner St. Phone 694or C9.'>
It, I*. HENDERSON
At Lilly White Market.
The wholesale and abattoir man.
WANTED?Position by stenographer
with two years' experience. Write
The Intelligencer. itp.
SALESMAN WANTED to look nfter
our Interest in Anderson and ad
jacent counties. Salary or commis
sion. Address The Harvey Oil Co., j
Cleveland, O. l-9-4t.
FOR KENT- One six room house on
Welch Avc. Apply to A. L. Welch.
50 head Rood mules, old and young,
within the next ten days or two weeks.
Bring them to The Fretwell Company's
stables. G. W. RADEH.
FOR SALE?House and lot where I
now live and vacant lot adjoining on
eaHt. House has pfght roo^s and
kitchen, butler's pantry, bath room,
electric Mghts and sewerage. Price
right, terms right. L. E. Norryce.
FOR SALE?I have some nice, large
white Wyandottes for sale. Write
for prices.?W. W. Thompson, Lown
desville. S. C. 12-23-lmo. p.
FOR SALE?Farm, lor. acres, beauti
fully located, near city, good dwell
ing, four tenant houses, two barns,
gin house, land level and easy of
cultivation, at a price that 1b a
bargain. Come to see us quick or
write. Burriss Realty Company.
We will sell at public auction at tho '
Anderson court house on Monday Feb- j
runry 2, at the m-.ual time, one houso '
and lut iu iuwn of Belton, in estate of j
Mrs. M. J. (lamhell. Purchaser to pay I
itixiru for papers.?R. R. Keaton and i
R. A. Keaton, Executors. l-13-3tu.
VATiev qpn rnrnrmnDO
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AH persons having claims against
the estate of Mrs. Amanda Gambell, j
deceased, are hereby notlzed to pro- '
Bent them properly proven to the un
dersigned within the time prescribed
by law and those indebted to make set
l-013tp.U J. N. GAMBELL, Admr.
Piedmont. S. C.
B. F. Martin will be at Anderson on
Saturday.). When writing, address
care McCullough. Marlin and Blythe,
Lawyers. Greenville, S. C.
A special teachers' examination will
be held at the court house Saturday,
Jan. 17. 1914, beginning at 9:00 a. m.
All tcacbers expecting to take the
teachers examination are expected to
be present at this time.
1-2-5U J. B. FELTON.
County Supt. of Education.
Select seed Potatoe?Irish, Cobler
and Red Bliss?peck 40? cents; per
! Plant as early in January as possible
I FCRMAN SMITH,
Thr K,-.-dsPhone 464
SPECIAL GINNING NOTICE.
Beginning January 5th, we will run
our gins only on Monday. Tuesday and
1-6-6L FARMERS OIL MILL.
NOTICE OF THE OPENING OF
BOOKS OF SUBSCRIPTION
By virtue of the power given to us
by a. commission issued by the Sec
retary of State for South Carolina, and
dated the 30th day of December, 1913.
constituting ua a Board of Corpora
tors, notice is hereby given that on the
nth day of February. 1914. at ten
o'clock a. in., at the office of tho 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 valne of One Hundt 4
JOS. E. LEACH,
i W. C. SMITH,
A S. FAP.MER.
J. H. ANDERSON.
S. J. WAKEFIELD.
A. ftf. ERWIN, <
J. J. ANDREWS,
T. J. PRICE.
? . W. P. CALHORN, ..
O. P. BRIGHT,
C. C. GAMBRELL,
WM. N. G RA Y DON,
?-6-41 ne Board of Corporators.
NOTICE Of FINAL SETTLEMENT
All persons holdiue; claims aRainBt
the estate of Ezeklel Ifurrls, deceased,
are hereby notliled to present them
at once, duly attested, and also all
persons Indebted to said estate will j
also please settle name. Immediately '
with tin; undersigned.
Notice is also given that I will on
January liTtli. 1914. at 11 o'clock a. m.
apply to tho probate judpe of An
derson county for a lirml settlement of \
Bald estate and a discharge from my
olllcc as executor.
J. C. HARRIS and
J. J. MAJOR,
NOTICE TO DEPOSITORS
Depositors In the Farmers Loan and
Trust Co. will pleaso present their
pass books so that their interest may
be entered ami thepass books balanced
Anderson, S. C, Dec. 31, 1913. l-2-3t
NOTICE OF FIXAL SETTLEMENT
All persons holding claims against
tho estate of L. A. Hunnlcutt, deceased,
art; hereby notified to present them
at once, duly attested and also all
perrons indebted to said estate will
also please settle same immediately
with the undersigned.
Notice Is also given that I will on
January 30th, 1914, 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..
l-2-4t. M. A. HUNNICUTT, Admr.
NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING OF
HOARD OF COUNTY
The annual meeting of the Board
of County Commissioners for Ander
son county will be" held in tho Su
pervisor^ office at the Court House
on Thursday the 8th day of January,
1914. All persons holding demands
I 1TO It. O* #1..-.
presented to the Board are required
to file the same with the Clerk of
the Board on or before tho 1st day of
January so that they may be exam
ined and ordered paid at tip).annual
J. S. ACKER,
Clerk County Commissioners.
Schedulo Effective May 25th, 1913.
IN CONNECTION WITH BLUE RIDGE
Premier Carrier of the South.
Arrival and departure of trains from
Anderson, S. C.
N. B. tho following Schedule figures
nra niihlloh^ eniy -3 i?foriuaUuu an?
are not guaranteed.
No. Arriving From Time
20 Greenville and Bclton ..7:35 a. m.
22 Gvi>cnvllle and Belton. .11:50 a. m.
i? Charleston, Columbia snd
Belton, through sleeper to
Belton.11:50 a. m.
12 Atlanta. Walhalla and
Seneca.8:31 a. m.
2B Greenville nnd Belton..1:20 p. m.
10 Atlanta, Walhalla, and
Seneca.5; 52 p. m.
1? Charleston, Columbia and
Belton. Through coach
from Columbia to Wp'i
halla..6:03 p. m.
20 Belton, Greenville .. ..7:40 a. m.
22 Belton and Greenville. .9:20 a. m.
25 Belton and Greenville ...2:25 p. m.
IV Belton, Charleston,
Greenville and Columbia 5:52 p. m.
12 Belton, Columbia, Char
leston and Greenville ..8:31 a. m.
9 Seneca, Walhalla and At
lanta. ..11:50 a- m
11 Seneca, Walhalla through
coach from Columbia. .6:03 p. m.
No baggage will be handled on
motor carB Nos. 20, 24, 21, 24, 22, 23.
Connection Is made at Belton for
Southern tra?na and at Seneca for
trains to Atlanta and bevon.i. pSr
further information, apply to ticket
W. R. Taber, P. & T. A? Groenvllle.
W. B. McGee, A. G. P. A., Columbia,
H. F. Cary. Q. P. A., Washington,
S. H. Hardwick, P. T. M., Wash
ington, D. C.
When you want a Sewing
Machine or Supplies.
Repair Work Guaranteed.
Years 1er Business end Satisfaction.
J. A. Mullinax
128 W. Benson St.
y? i\fa e? 3fc 9g\ 3fc jfa ?Y* e^fa* s^l 9fk 9j*
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* MR. W. P. RUSSELL *
* Showing *
* SPRING SUITINGS *
* He Wants to See You *
* PARKER A BOLT *
* ^ONE^PRICE^LoTHIERS *
"Better he Safe than Sorry"
WILLETT F*. SLOAN
Thirty ; ere Field of Cotton oh farm er W. H. Tc?l?sos, Piedmont, S. C., raised by UNi?N GuaNO COM
PANY'S Fertilizers. Mr. ToIIbqq is one of the thousand of satisfied custommer suslng these - Fertilisers. Ask
your dealer for our goods and accept n soubstltutc.
A better Fertilizer will produce a better crop. "UNION BRANDS" have demonstrated to'many of the lar
gest planters in your own.county theirsuperolr "crop producing" Qualities. Ask the man who uses them.
Hampton Mercantile Co., Piedmont. Helton Mercantile Co? Belton.
Victor Mercantile Co., Wllllamston. Empire Mercantile Co., Williamston.
J, B. Doutblt, Sandy Springs.
and many other dealers'in Anderson, Greenville and Plckens counties. For further information write our rep
resentative at Anderson, Mr. R, E. Burrlss or address UNION GUANO COMPANY. Winston-Salem, N. C.
Hungens Je Kagsdale, Pelzer.
Benu?tt Mercantile Co^ Easicj.
P. F ,C?x, GreeariUe.
Between Anderson, Greenwood and
Greenville, S. C. Effoctivo Sunday,
December 7th, 1913. Trains leave and
arrive G. S. 6 A., Main street tenal
0.80 n. m.
5.2? a. in.
i0.30 a. m
13.05 p. m.
2.15 p. m.
4.55 p. m.
8.00 ji. m.
7.35 a. m.
*J? * m.
11.45 a, tao.
6.05? p. in.
Cleveland Big Boll
Grown by B. J. Smith;
large bolls fifty five to
the pound?very pro
ductive; seed selected
with care?price $1.50
C, S. ALLEN,
Oi\ion Sets?White Pearls. Yellow
Danvera and Reds, 16 cents a quart;
by the bushel, 83.00.
Our stock is select Quality.
FT RM AN SMITH,
i The Soed*?aa, Phone 494
When you fhink of coal
Think of Palmetto
When you think of Pal
Think of Sloan
Whe nyou think of Sloan
Think of I