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Eagle Barber i Shop
BELLKVI K HOTEL BUILDING
Fresh laundered towels, high grade
tonics and experienced barbers. Our
motto ia to please our customers,
call and see us.
C. E. Howell. Manager.
',.We grind into meal any kind of
grains, stalks, cobs, corn shucks, bay
and fodder. Work done while you
watt Bring a load when you come to
town; Anderson Mattress & Spring
Bed Co. tf
fOTTOX SKKU FOR SALK
Mexican big boll, prolific. Made
12 balee on 10 acres with 300 pounds
of fertilizer per acre. Originally paid
$3.00 per bushel for seed last spring.
Have 800. bushels will sell for $1.50
J. V. ROGERS.
Williamston, S. C.
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it's Just Uke This
fr? you need glasses yon. natur
ffsnt the best and at a living
i Right here ia where you get
ss well as the services of a
gradaste Optrometrist with twenty
;twa) years experience. Examination
ML JTcCBEABY GLT?PH
0??r Svnss Pharmacy Ko. 8.
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Fresh Every Day
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-?H ?hd day old chicks.
lymonth Rock-Prise winning
~?pag ia Angosta, Atlanta, etc.
Rawn Indian Ronner Ducks (winners
. at Beltpn and other fairs.)
Pekin Ducks-From prize winners.
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"^lUhg Cockerels Caproned sb can car
^3E?Jii chicks given them!
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?|$Wtt cans* headaches,
f^ses properly fitted is the only
rKnvdy. Let me fit them for you.
! .^ovit for. tessi money and guar
??, I. M. ?SRAELSON
Ovw EraBD* Fhnnaacy No. 3
jf?<?ou want Fish or
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PLENTY OF TB
IN THE R
YuUK UNLY CH?NC1
TO WIN EX
Persistency in This Worl
Tliere still i ..? plenty of time
for others to cm?,, this race and .vin
one of the grand.prizes, but it is not
advisable to put the matter off too
long. 'Better start now, get in the
touch immediately with all your rela
tives, friends and acquaintances. Oct
their subscription or promise of u
subscription later on If lt io not con
venient for, them to subscribe ut
nuce. Tell thom that you are work,
inw for one of those splendid prizes
and that you need their help. Or
ganize a nico little campaign. Oet
your friends to take a subscription
book and soe their friends. Ank
the Contest Manager for all informa
tion necessary to carry on your
campaign, He wHl give full details
of the contest, advise BB to how you
can best organize .a campaign that
will help you to win.
If you haVe started in this race
you are in lo win, of course. You
can win if you will show just a little
greater ambition, a little persistency
in the work, that's all the elements
that spells "Success" in a contest of
this kind. Do not be a laggard. To
day ls the day, this is the acceptable
time, and in J ?et leo to the friends
who are interested in your welfare
and are casting ballots in your favor,
you should Pg hesitate one single
Two Horse Pam to rent. See Eugine |
Anderson at Bank Office over Wal
ter Key's stores 1-20-tf!
VISIT the Sanitary Barber Shop
Sterilized tools and clean liaen
used pur everV customer by First
ClssB workmen. Give us a* trial
and be convinced. C. A. McClain,
T. C. Farmer, J. L. Rampey.
FOB SALE OL EXCHANGE-Eighty
nine acre farm, in 11-2 miles Lump
kip. Ga, County seat." Will trade for
$2,000.00 stock in Anderson Bank
ing & Trust Co., or Citizens Nation
al Bank. Worth investigating.' p.
C. Uv*. N'c. ?7, Townville, 8. C.
1-22U D. <
WANTED-You tottan*:that we have
opened a wood yard and have a
aloa stock of dry'pine wood on
hand. Orders ?Wen prompt atten
tion.-Piedmont, Wood Co., J. H.
Shearer and W. O. Ul mer. Props.,
E. Whltaer Street. l-23-3t
Wanted-Readers of The Intelligen
cer to save the voting coupons and
Bead them in for me or to me. I
shall appreciate the kindness
Dr. S. O. Bruce,
for Mtss Frances Marris -Bract,
$5.00 Reward, for a yellow hound
pup about 8 months of age with
grey eyes and a little blase in face,
one white foot. Finder will please
notify J. J. Evans, Orr Mill. 15
Harris street l-27-3tp
PIANO FLAYER WAM.SD- Young
to play and demonstrate sheet mu
sic. Apply nt once.-A. W. Bailey
& Co.. 5. 10 and 25c Storo.
STKAYKD - On saturday evening,
24th inst. Red. male calf. G weeks
old, very small-Notify T. C. Hay
. pie. Anderson, S. C., R. 7.-Reward.
One five room house, one half acre
lot, in towflRbr Townville. house
painted andfign good condtition. This
will he soldTZl public suction. Ander
son, S. C.. first Monday in Feby., 1014.
For information apply to W. C. King,
Townville. s. c.
I will sell Mpubllc sale to the
highest biddenrtny place on Thurs
day, Februaryytti. 1914, at 10 o'clock
a m.. one horsebone two'horse wag
on with gearrmidlee, collars, otc,
Aportton of qfltfarmlag tools, also,
corn, fodder, .pafvlne hay, storer and
.J? E. C. KBY8,
e t & ?- F D- *.
FOR RBNTWW&e ninety-six acre
farm with asvetf or / eicht hundred!
dollars worlstM? Improvements on
the same. LoeaW la Savannah town
ship. Terms: one thousand ; < < '
<1;000 lbs> of good raiddlii).
cotton. Apply ti James F. Rice, v, ,.??.
thc Electric ThSaier. l-27-3tpj
Words cannot express our. heart
felt gre .H?de and thanks to our ma
ny neigkiors and frfcajja for their un
t-T-ns .avo.o au? n?p during ino
sickness and death bf our beloved
. Sir*. Kailey Whitaker .and children.
?E TO GET
AGE AND WIN
E DURING CONTEST
k are the Element? That
moment but should throw yourself]
Into che fray determined to win.
There are a great many people in
the world who have brilliant quali
ties which from an ascetic point of
view make them stund out above their
neighbors hut who luck wind and the
necessary staying pow er. They cnn I
not take up :i proposition and Bee it]
through to the end. They la-.-k the
Bull Dog grit to hang on until they
eau triumph or succumb. They lack I
the clinging ability which knows no|
let KO. no matte: what conies. They
work when tilings po smoothly undi
to their liking, hut when lt ls other-)
wise they fold their tents and fade
away as quietly ns the Arabs of the
deserts. They are fair weather sail
ors who enjoy u calm sea.
Only Chance to Win Extra Voles.
In this Issue of The Intelligencer
will be found a coupon when properly
il?lod out and mailed to the Contest
Department accompanied by a yearly
subscription will be good for Twenty
Thousand extra votes. This is your
only opportunity during this contest
to get extra votes. The yearly sub
scribion and tho extra votes mean
that you will get 38,000 votes for
your first subscription. PLEASE DO
NOT OVBRiXXJk THIS VOTE GET
Local Man Offered
$1,000 for New Lamp
Realizing that the progress of An
derson largely depends upon the
passage of two bills now before the
general assembly of South Carolina,
a delegation cf prominent business
men of Anderson, representing the
Anderson Chamber of Commerce, thc
city of Anderson and the business in
terests of the section, left last nig>
for Columbia. The delegation will
spend today in Columbia in the nope
that it may be abie to accomplish
something toward the passage of the
The two bills causing so much|
anxiety to the people who are work
ing for their passage both relate to
the progress of the city and county,
one being for the assessment of abut?
ttng property in the city of Anderson
for permanent improvements and the
other being a bond issue for good
roads in Anderson county.
Some time a&o it was thought that
both mills would go through without
a liltch, but since that time Repre
sentative Hall of this county has suc
ceeded in having the bill giving the
city of Anderson thc right to assess
property, killed in the house. It
passed the senate without opposition
but met its fate when presented in
the lower house. Since this bill has
been killed, ,ihe proper procedure
will probalbly be to have another bill
The party from Anderson will ap
pear before the Anderson delegation I
this morning at 9 o'clock. Those who |
went from this etty were: Lee G.
Holleman. C. M. McClure, Porter A.
Whaley, M. M. ftfiatttson, W. L. Bria
soy, YV. A. Hudgene. William Banks,
B. B. OoBsett, R. C. McKinney and
K. P. Smith-_
SOME NEW BILLS.
To Cuss a Man Is the "Fust Lick.'
is Idea Advocated.
Columbia, Jan. 26.-A special bill
has been introduced by Representa
tive M. R. MacDonald'in the House
providing, that a Jury be given the
right Cb consider abusive language as
sufficient to bring on a difficulty in
the nam? nf ? "Iwpl* esss'ilt ssd
battery. The bill provides that the
defendant may give in evidence the
language used and the jury may or
may not And that it amounts to a
'ustificat?on. The fetter >-* left to
the jury to determine..
Mr. Mitchell has a bill giving the|
one-mill tax to the public schools.
The division of the fonds is aa fol
For term ^extension_- 20
For rural graded schools_20
For State-aided high schools_20
For school buildings under the
For libraries ._. 1
For school improvement prizes_lj
For a State board of teachers' ex
aminers _.-_ 21
Fdr encouraging industrial and. spe
cial work in approved schools.. 6
For county school board fund.'... 15
Tho unexpected balance will go to
th? county board fund.
Senator Carlisle and Representa-,
?ve C. C. Wyche have a bill which
was introduced today making moro!
stringent the law relating to the
manufacture and sale of pistols
This bill is in line with the bill mak-l
ing the carrying of concealed weap
ons a penitentiary offence.
Siarried. on i^rnoor, ai
the home or Magistrate Fant, Town
vilJe, Miss nessie Nixon and Leonard
Ramsey, Magistrate Fant officiating.
Married, et the residence of Dav.,
Ii. C. Martin, Miss Claudia Dagw?ii
and A L. Cromer, Mr. Martin offici?t-j
TO SUREVEY ROAD IN
Announcement b Made From the
American Highway Official
to This Exect
Some speculation is being heard
throughout Anderson County as to
whether or not Anderson County has
a chance at the government aid in
the matter of building highways.
The statement from Washington
seems to be vague as to the route to
b-> followed, but many Anderson peo
ple believe that there is a chance for
the engineers to be sent through thi>
Three Uuited f?tates government
engineers are to be put to work on
the highway between Washirgton
and Atlanta, according to n letter
received at the State department of
agriculture from J. E. Pennybaker.
secretary of the American Highway
association. A scouting trip over
the route is to be made early this
year. A number of meetings are to
be held along the route ?n the inter
est of the improvements of the high
way. Commissioner Watson will ac
company the party through South
Following letter is explanatory:
"A co-operative arrangement has
been made by the American High
way association and the United
office of public roads looking to con
tinuous maintenance bf the public.
highway from Washington to Atlan- j
ta, by way of Richmond, Raleigh, Co-j
lumbia and Augusta. The plan is}
for the office of public roads to put
three of its engineers continuously
on the road and for the county au
thorities along the line to place the
section of road lying within their re
spective counties under the direction
of ihese government enginers, who
will direct the expenditure of such
funds as are raised. The American
Highway association has undertaken
to supply each engineer with ap au
tomobile and look after preliminary
and incidental expenses. Our first
?*~o will be to make a tour of the
and from Richmond to Atlanta
, ..ig conferences at points in each
county with the county supervisors
and a few of the leading citizens so
ns to arrange for necessary plans for
putting the maintenance scheme in
"We should, like to make the start
from Richmond some time during the
first week in February, and I am now
writing to ask that you join our par
ty at_ some convenient point an*? go
at least as far as the Georgia line.
We are very anxious to have your
department co-operate in this scheme
to the fullest extent, and we feel sure
that you are as thoroughly alive to
the necessity for maintenance dem
onstration as any of us. Capt. Wil
son, Leonard Tufts, who is chairman
of the committee having in charge
this whole matter for the association, ?
probably W. L. Spoon, who will have*
charge of a portion of tho mainte
nance object, lesson, another engineer
from the. office of public roads, end I.
wiii constitute the remainder of the
"We have planned to make stops
at Rockingham, Cheraw, Society Hill,
Darlington, Hurtsville, Bishopville.j
Camden, Lexington, Leesville, Aiken
and Columbia. I wish you would
suggest to me the names of the prom
inent men in these towns to whom
wo should write in making the ne
cessary arrangements. I should also
like to have the names of the super
visors in those counties if you have
"I trust to have advice from you
at the earliest possible moment stat
ing that you will be with us, as we
consider it of the utmost importance
that we have your co-operation."
Statement of the Condition of the
ANDERSON BANKING * TRUST CO.
located at Anderson, 8. C at the close
of bM?iB??.K Jass?TF ?Sl??, ?S?i.
Loans and Discounts_$ 187,845.49
Bonds and Stocks Owned by
the Bank, .. . .'. s ona na
Furniture and Fixtures .. 3,000.00
Bankirg House. 17,000.00
Other Real Estate Owned 4,000.00
Due from Banks and Bank
ers . 2S.065.27
G?ld .. . 5.00
Silver and other minor Coin 1,103.60
Checks and Cash Items 1.397.62
Exchanges for Clearing Hou.xe
Clearing House. 150.00
Capital 8tock Paid in_% 100.000.00
Surplus Fund .. .. 10,000.00
Undivided Profits, less Cur
rent Expenses and Taxes
Dividends Unpaid. 17.00
Individual Deposits, Subject
to Check. 127,475.22
Time certificates of deposit 9,259.12
Caahlsr's Checks . 608.80
STATE OP SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Anderson, sa.
Before me came X H. Shelor, cash
er of *he above named bank, who,
being dal yswora, says .that tim
abov* and foregoing statement la a
true condition of said bank, as shewn
by the books of aaid bank.
J. II. SHELOR.
Sworn to mm subscribed bcrore me
this 2Cth day of January 1914.
KURTZ P. SMITH.
T. Q. Andersen,
?? Iv. C. bop;mau,
W, F, Ona,
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and the subscription must be for not less than
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1914. No other extra votes will be offered dur
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