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The building on North main Street now occupied by
the Eiite Cafe, has b?en leased to mc, and viii bc tun vert
ed into a MODERN, UP-TO-DATE
To be opened between the
1st and 10th of February.
STARTED MONDAY MORNING, REMODELLING
THE ENTIRE BUILDING. THE FRONT WILL BE SO
ARRANGED THAT DURING HOT WEATHER IT WILL
BE COMPARATIVELY OPEN, WHICH WILL GIVE PER
THIS THEATRE WILL BE SANITARY
IN EVERY RESPECT. :-: :-: :-:
WATCH THIS SPACE FROM DAY TO
DAY FOR FULL PARTICULARS.
THE MOTION PICTURE MAN
Did yon over notice our Electric Sign? No doubt you h av?.
Moat everybody has noticed IL Hos most everybody eotlcod your
?iga? Andere Ike-re a grsa* san y people who cnn noaitlvely re
member to have seen your sign at nil? Why not mahn it nuraett*?
enough to ba, remembered-attractive e&pagn to dr.?? ??'ade ~ai*nc
tlv? enough to Indicate your desiro to be progro.?>?i>w -attractive
enough to show people that you wish to attract them-that, you
want their attention and trade.
.We would like to Talk Electric Slgn3 with you.
SOB PUBLIC .UTILITIES GO.
?L C. Ssmi&i & Bros,
and yo?*, can weir a smile all
the time as they enable you t>?
tum out the neatest and best
class of work. I?et us show
yow our 'late.-t M- ck*. No (>
an ' > ou wiii he convinced
We 8*'?l ali other makes ? f
rc-buiir and rteond hand
niwhmes a i><<? r.pair u\\
other ?naVo ina'.? hines," and
Our w.-Viv i3,??hrt .hi first
class experienced workmen,
tia a i riiit.
-Round Trip Fares- i
Souther^ Railway ::
In connection with Blue Ridge,
Premier carrier ?? the South, from
Anderson, S. .?*i......
$19.20 New Orleans, La.
and return account of Mardi Grail
Celebration. Tic*??* on s&ie Pea. 1st
to 23rd with return limit March 6th
$14.55 Pensacola, Fla.,
and return account of Mardi Gras
Celebration. T?cTreta on salo Feb. 17
to 23rd. with return limit March 6th.
$15.00 Mobile, Ala.,
land return account of Mardi Gras
Celebration. Tickets on sale. Feb.
to 23rd, with return limit March rti~
$12.75 Riefemond, Va.
end return, aecounjt of National Edu
cational Association. Tickets on cale
Feb, 21, 22. md 23rd, w.th return llm.lt
March AVu L114. > For completo InfofS
rnalicxn. Ccket3, etc.. call on ticket
!V. V.. McGEE, ASPA, Columbia, S. C
If. ?, TA RH Kl, P&TA, Greenville, 8. C,
'j. E. (
ItroN & co.,
Charlotte, N. C.
W. O. ULM ER,
Agent, Anderson, 5. C.
New York Cotton
New York. Jan. 24.-Renewal of
yesterauy s Beliing c?use? an ? ?ariy
decline in cotton, but prices later ral
lied cn bullish Southern spot advices
and covering, with the close verw
steady at a net advance of 1 to 4
('ables were lower than due and it
wan reported that yesterday's break
in raw. material had checked the de
mand for cotton yarns, but the chief
Helling here on .tho opening decline
of 4 to 0 points seemed to be on over
night orders, inspired by the break of
the previous day and the bearish view
of ginning figures. Offerings were
well taken around the opening prices,
which showed a reaction of some 25
to 30 points from high levels of the
week und tho market soon became
?KW YORK MARKET
Open High Low Close
January . .12.27 12.36 12,27 12.36
March . . . 12.47 12.58 12.43 12.&7
May . . ..12.23 12.38 12.23 12.37
July . . .12.20 12.33 12.20 12.32
October . .11.66 11.62 11.50 11.62
Liverpool, Jan. 24.-Cotton-Spot
Moderkte business; prices easier, mid
- Spots . 7.10.
New Orleans Cotton
New Orleans. Jan. 24.-After a lew
er opening today tho cotton market
recovered and went to u i.ot od/junee.
Tho ring wa.> not active in thc early
trading, r.r.d much of tlio business
done was iou r??i^Iv o? i',u ?ruiu- o?
longs to cvon up over t.ic weekend.
Later, however, thc market acquired
a firm undertone, the r'r.g became ac
tive and a good volume of business
como in, much of lt tc'.ng the result
of fresh buying for loug uccouvtt
This switching of *ent'm?nt wasi
caused, in no small meauurd by re
port from states in tao western bett'
Hutt seed for planting wa J too poor
to bo of nny u. e. Reparti frowi. Tex
as wero that t>iO allston lu t.U re
spect waa serious. Tredors wero at
first.inclined tr- :. ii l?c<ute of rains,!
but later turned Into Luyera on th?|
poor coed complaints.
Cotton Seed Oil
New Y or';. Jan. 24.-Th? cotton
tret ol! market was quiet today, but
prit e ! wv.ro. steadier owing to buying
by ?hd.ng commission houses and
c t r:i maesa in the lard and crude
markets! closing 2 pointa uet lower
to :i higher.
New York, Jan. -24.--Cotton goods |
market ruled quiet and steady today.
Men's wear prlcos were Irregular,1
Yarn, .?ra in better demand. Linens|
for quick delivery sold well. Bur
laps continued weak.
and Pro visions
Chicago. Jan. 24.-Assertions that
the wheat'crop in Argentina would!
he only about "0 per cent of last|
rear's crop bad a bullish ecect on to
itay'u market. The market closed !
firm % to % above last night. Corn
gained to %c net and oats, % to
.4c. Provisions: Tun outcome was
unchanged 2 to i $?(? higher.
WHEAT- Op<ri Close I
THE LEBTEB PLLSO
responds to the lightest touch ot tho
fln?era. Tho mechon'.cel ' parts are
absolutely perfect They perform
t!.e!r part of th* work under ali c.:-.
cvm:tahco3, and in all cllmr.tes.
'..i ? . ; . . ? . '?L,..
Chango ct tcrayoraturo and other
weather conditions havo no effect on
:>.o string's. "Nolhlns can spoil the
rich, mellow tone, lt ia a piano made
to last? otc.
WILLIS & SPEARMAN
, - Anderson, S, C.
May.39% . 39%
Jan. .10.97 19.97
i May.11.25 1 > .30
New York, Jan. 24.-Call money
nominal, no loans. Time loans eas
ier; sixty days .3 % a % per cent;
six months 4 per cent.
Stocks and Bonds
New York, Jan. 24.-Selling for
both accounts weakened the stock
market today. Tbc tone waa heavy
throughout. ;.io. ; active shares
wore forced down a point or so. The
rise of the week had extended to a
point which made reaction probable,
and today's movement was regarded
as merely a normal pause. That the
market still possessed underlying
strength was indicated by the ease
with which thc offering.) at tho lower
level were, absorbed. The list grew
steadier after the sharp setback at
tiie opening and truding contracted
aa quotations declined.
RED MEN TO MEET
District Convention To Be Held
(Honea Path Chronicle)
The f.emi-annual convention of
j th Tenth District, Improved, Order
j of Led Men, will be held with Wam
' poo Trite Ko. 01 at Peizer on Satur
. day afternoon, Februar-*- 21st. Mr.
? A. S. Buyck of Greenv!..^ ls president
! of tho convention, and Mr. Walter M.
j Allon ia chief of records. Mr. W.
I. T". /-.IT,-. _ * i_ ? _ i_j __J_
f JJ. uiiuvi b ff* uio yiaLu ia .uiuui ?uga
more and will he advanced to the
presidency at this meeting. The
greatest interest centers in he con
test for the banner wheh ls awarded
to the best drilled degree team in
the district. It waa won by Co
manche team last fall and the boys
expect to bring lt back from Pelxer.
If there le a virtue in tue world at
which we should aim. lt ls cheerful
SOUTHERN RAILWAY. .
Premier Carrier* of the South.
Ci COK.VECTIOS WITH BLUE RIDGl
Sebedul Effective Jan. 18, Itt?
N. B. the following schedule figure?
arc published only ss information and
are no', guaranteed.
Arrivai and departure of irwins crew
Anderson, H. C.
No. Arriving From Time
20 Greenville and Belton.. 8;30 a. m
22 Greenville and Belton.. 11:50 a. m
15 Cbarleaton, Columbi? sud
Relton, through sleent-rto
Belton.il:50 a. m
12 Atlanta, Walhalla and
Seneca.8 ::tl a. (\\
25 Greenville and Belton .. 1:25 p. m
10 Atlanta. Walhalla, and
Seneca .4:52 p. m
S;ueca.. ... ..6:t?2 p. m
17 Charleston. Columbia and
Belton. Through coach
fron? Columbia to Wal
halla.Ki.?:03 p. rr.
20 Belton, Greenville .. ..7:40 a. ts
22 Belton and Greenville. .9:2? e. rr
24 Belton and Greenville ..2:25 p. m
10 Belton Charleston.
Greenville and Columbia 4:52 pm
13 Belton. Columbia,.Char
leston end Greenville ..9:21 ai ec
9 Seneca, Walhalla and At
lanta .H:K a. a
11 Seneca, Walhalla through
coach from Columbia. .0:02 p. n
No. baggage will he handled o
motor cars Kc.? 20, 24, 21, S5, 22, 23
Connection la made at Belton fe
Southern tra?na and nt Seneca fe
tra?na to Atlanta and beyond. Fe
further Information ???$17 to ?aire
.gents or - .
W. R. Taber 1 ?? t ?. Greenville
W. fi. McGee, A. . :' A.. Columbbt
General Pa&e'ager Agent,
Greenville, 8. C
Seduced Recod Trip Fares from
Anderson, h. C.
Account ot National Education Asse
cit.tien. Tick?*? oft sale F?b: 21, ti
23. with return limit March. 4th, 1814
|Hew Orleans, ba..fi??
.Pcasac?la. FU . $15.0
Account Mardi Gras Colebratior.
Tweets on sale Feb. 17th to 23rd, wit;
retur limit March, ?tb 1914.
Far further Information call on Cit:
Ticket Ageut, or write
C. R ALLEN, .
CL S? S JU XT.
PLANS TOURIST HOTEL
T. C. Duncan Conf?re With Ar
chitects Regarc' jig Project
Spartanburg, S. C., Jan. 24.-.Thom
as C. Duncan, mayor of Union and
candidate for Joseph T. Johnson's
seat in congress, announced today
thut he planned to build a tourist ho
recently purchased in Spartanburg. '
The property on the corner of North
Church and Charles otreets, has a |
frontage of 90 feet on North Church |
street and a depth of 104 feet. It is i
surrounded by some of the hand-|
8omost residences of the city and is
within easy walking distance of the
railroad stations, the postoffice, Car
negie library and the retail business.
Statement of the condition of
THF. DIME SAYINGS BANK
located at Anderson S. C At the
close of business January 13th. 1914.
Loans and disccunts .$ 24,489.55
Overdrafts . 276.48
Furniture and fixtures .... 211.86
Due from Danks and Bank
ers . 5.575.38
Gold ."... 32.50
Silver and other minor coin 262.48
Checks and cash items. 291.29
Exchanges for Clearing House, 103.00
Current expenses Net . 403.94
Capital Stock Paid in _$ 13.212.50
Individual Deposits subject
to Check . 15,322.60
Savings Doposits . 3,649.10
Collier's Checks . 151.28
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Anderson, ss.
Before mo came Jas. H. Craig
cashier of the above named bank,
being daly sworn, says that the fore
uoove and foregoing statement 1B a
true condition of said bank, as shown
hy the books of said bank.
JAS. H. CRAIG,
who being duly Bworn, says that the
mc this 24 day of January, 1914.
J. D. Brown,
Jno. W. Lindley,
B. B. Gossett,
Abbeville, Jan. 24.--T. S. Honing
ot Chnricago, has bought a tract of
land from Mr. L. C. Haskell, thc
tract being said to contain a kaolin
bed worth hundreds of thousands' cf
Lollars. It ls rumored that he in
tends pulling up a plant here soon
and using the kaolin os toon as it
can be developed. iWe hope this ls
so, as it will mean a great thing for
Abbeville to have thia enterprise.
(Mrs. W. E. Conon bas returned tc
her home in Anderson, having come
up for the wedding of her elster. Mies
Miss Mabel Nckon was the guest
>f hotter ft-t a roak pity given Mon
day afternoon. The house was hcau
A-ully decorated and after several
ntcreating games a delicious salad
ourco was served.
Dr. J. R. NfCkies and Miss MU.be!
tolson wero married on Wednesday
afternoon, Jan. 21rt, ot 5 o'ciock,
n the preface of a few intim?le
.'rienda and relatives. Misa Nelson
us been with Haddon, Wilson and
.crapany as their millner for Beveral
.jagoe? and .has by her courtesy and
pommai charm made for. herself c
aurxjber of friends. Dr. Nickels ls a
prominent young dentist and is af.se
. ery popular. The bride and grcoix.
lave gone to Florida, and upon theil
return will be at home on We-i Main
On Tuesday afternoon Mrs. E. R
rhoc&sott . was tho charming hostess
xt a reception given from 5 to 6
? clock In boner of her guest, -Mrs.
f. D. Copeland of I Clinton. Mrs
.'ausl?nd wlH be Mrs. Thomason'i
juect for Beveral days.
A reception nroe given by . Mrs. 8;
i. Rosenberg Thursday citeraoon lc
:ccnplvmet??-.to her ?lotor, Mas. Louise
.yost., of Sumter.
AS.TS. Frank Gary Ms with her et
ier g?eir. for several days, her als
K veo Kiley e?i Richmond.
MAY RUN, SAYS LILES
>rangeburg Mon Likely m Race
for Lieutenant Governor
Columbia. Jan. 24.-'Tho probabl
Hy is that I shall bo a candidate for
he office of lieutenant governor in the
^lmpaign next Bummer," said lMpro
enatlve .T. T. Liles, of Orangoburg
:ere a fe ar nights ago. "I co not cart
. make any termal statement at thu
mo." Mr. Liles's name has been men
oned in connection with the race
or some months, with no atatcmen
: denial or contlmation. Althens
ls statement is cot definite, lt
' epotfflily believed that Mr. Liles'
. jdl??cy ts assured.
?). F. Kally, of Bishopvli'.e, ts tr,.
* oder announced oandidntr: f<
he office. Mr. Lfiea ts ono of tht
aore infiuoatial / members at tn?
.ouy.o of representativos, and ?a r.
o go'./cl tv* one of ft>. ?hlr.it ??poabl?r*
POSTMASTERS ARC ft AMED
Dffiriais ai Wiomboro and Lib
CUJ? n??m ?~
Washington, Jan. 24.-Presiden
Vilsen sent ot tho tenafs today th
lominatlon of George u. McMasier V
ie postmaster at Winnsboro, and o
?Ua ii. McCravey to be postmeete
Liberty. Both aro reappointment
i ?ad are according to the recommends
! ons of Congressmen Finley an
THE ANDERSON DAILY INTELLIGENCER,
Anderson, C. C.
Gentlemen:-Pleas? enter my nam? as a subscriber to The Dall-/ Intel*
ligencer. I anj-Aor am not) taking the semi-weekly Intelligencer.
NOTE:-If you are a subscriber io the semi-weekly and your sub
scription !s paid in advance, you may receive credit for the amount paid.
The subscription or me oauy is so.uu per year; $2.00 ior aa. mourns.
Pleare enclose check or money order.
R. F. D. or St. No.
LISTEN-You will never have a tether -opportunity in thu city to
build where every one owns his own home, where there are no
railroad crossings, shops, ware Ii ousts ncr anything objectionable,,
where thc homes are all new, nil cet back 30 fest and none of
them to cost less than $1,800- T'jf the simple reason that there
is no more vacant land inside. the city and you don't want to go
Two weeks ago when lots Thc these would have cost $1,
500 to $2,500, that might have been advisable, but now since we
are rilling these at $500 to $1,2 ?0 on eosyterm a "What's the
Only a few of these lots left, Let us Show You. .
Anderson Real Estate
& Investment Co.
E. R. HORTON, Pres. L. S. HORTON, V. P.
W. F. MARSHALL, Sect'y.
$15 Gold Dust
DR. H. It WELLS & Co.
...Electric Dental Parlor,..
Over Farmers & Merchants $&nk
Anderson, S. C. Woman Attendant
We will have two
loads of nice Tennessee
mules for M o n day's
trade! call and give us a
look. If you are in the
market for any mules?
here is the r lace to buy
them, as we con save you
MEN LOVE TO LING
ct our titles. Tu* ??rat".meal they
have e-.ten makes them '-apprecl*'?o
t'.-.e iiccie.U;? c'.r.r?c?:r .qi our xar
c 'o",.;?i".t^/ ot th*
surrc-tndlnr*.. ??tor* u:;.u
-here with a friend. Coif
: c U LIT':' v-cd h.'.,uv.r a!
that you'll baie tr.e tim
w?a? you havo lo leav-j.
BI rn u n MT n icc
r I E U RI U R i U A I L
114 West Weiner Street.
G. D. Antonekos. Prop.