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It is not a "toss up" where to buy brushes
of kinds. We carry brushes that hold their
BRISTLES and last a long time.
Do not be "up in the air" about where
to buy your brushes, but come straight to
us, see,our big line and get our "prices-you
will hunt no further. ?
" ?? j ?THREE STORES?. .
We give you what you ASK for.
Ber Ha?e-Pea vine and cane forage.
E. C. Dargan, Cox Book Store. -
Wau*eeWTwo; Buff Orpington cock
enelsi fine streln.
l-2S-2t , Iva. S. C.
?'H>>' ?* ? ii " 1 .ni.. II -
SMO iBeward. for a yellow hound
pup about 8 months ot age with
fltW Wea and a little blase in face,
one white foot. Finder will please
notify ; J. J. Evans, Orr Mill. 15
..'"lUu.1. ....... 1.07.Q1..
FOB SALE 03 EXCHANGE-Eighty
u nine acre .farm, th 11-2 miles Lump
: lein? Qa* County seat. Will trade fer
$2,000.00 stock in Anderson Bank
ing & Trust Co., or Citizens Nation
11, Baak. Warth investigating. P.
L Box. No. 67, Townvlllo, S. C.
?: ama five room bouse, one halt acre
lot, in town of Townvllle. house
jtainted and in good condtttioD. This
Will be sold at public auction, Ander
son, S. C., first Monday In Feby., 1914.
For Information apply to W. C. King, |
Townvllle, S. C.
. . t .ta*. : . , . , ,
T -sill Reil -nt mintie MIA to the j
highest bidder at my place on Thurs
day, February 5th, lin4, at 10 o'clock j
a. m., ono horst?, 'oW^wo horse wag
on with gear, bridles, collars, etc., j
A portion of my farming tools, also, I
corn, rodder, peaviue hay, B?UTC? as "
tops. . . <#lua
E. C. KEYS,
6t Belton, S. C. B. F.D. 8.
FOR RENT~Qne ninety-six acre
farm, with seven or eight hundred |
dollars worth of improvements on
?..it- same. Located ia Savannah town
ship. Terms:'oho thousand pounds,I
11,000 lbs) of good middling lint]
cotton. Apply to James F. Rice, over i
the Electric Theater. 1-27-Stp
*USY BEE GAFE
NEXT TO RAILROAD BRIDGE
EV?tythink New and Up-to-Date
?T^jLAWUNESS OUR HOBBY"
> - Business Men's Lunches A
(Sive Us a Trial
? ?TT w ' aavaov
jL. ?M. aaa
See ??OBNE ANDBRS?N
at Bank Office, over Walter
Eagle Barber Shop
litiLLEYUE HOTEL MILBING
Fresh laundered towels, high grade
tonics and experienced barbers. Our
motto is to please our customers,
call and seo -'us.
C. E. HGT;?ll, Manager.!
Sterilized tools and clean linen
used on every customer by First
Claas workmen. Olva- us a trial
and bo convli.ced. C. A. McClain,
T. C.^Farnjer, J. L. Ram pey,
Plowing -- pnone Cheshire's
rt&Jjtebte if you want plowing;
^jf?&?Ol? lY a '?00?i nian with
strong horses. Price 50c per
ORDERS TAKEN NOW FOB THB|
Eggs and day old chicks.
Buff Plymouth Rock-Prias winning |
stock in Augusta, Atlanta, etc.
Fawn indian iiunncr Ducks (winners]
at Belton and other fairs.)
Pekin Ducks-From prize winners.
Bronze Turkeya-Pure or also eroBsed |
with Virginia Av?ld turkeys.
Young Cockerels Caproned so can car- j
ry all chicks given them.
Will gladly ansVer all lnqulreys.
B? C. HOLLAND,
Anderson, ----- 8. C. I
Will caus? headaches.
Glasses properly iittod is the only|
remedy. Let mc fit them for you.
I do it for ?ess money .and guar
antee satisfaction. *
DR. I. M. ISRAELSONi
The Leading Optician
Ow Eva??* Pharmacy Np. 3
We grind into meal any
corn shucks, hay
* ?odder, Work done
*#Ou wait. Bringa
H*h?* &tm ?*me to
' ' :"
W. J. Maneas
When vdu want Fish or
?? Oysters Call 292.
ff eat ', t'n"1 J. .. j 'J 'u-. ' :. i' J.WJIU^J J
-W??t Eoint Oyster?
Fresh: Every Day
?a?4* is i r
Extraordinary Inducement For Ac
Daily Intelligencer's Bis; (
For One \
One Subscription to The Anders c
Is Needed-Those Taki
Among Leaders- .
For one week only 20.000 extra vote? j
will be allowed for one Bingle sub-j
scriptum in the Anderson Daily Intel-]
llgencer's great automobile contest.
This Hiugle yearly subscription must
be for one vear and must be turned
Into The Anderson Dally Intelligen
cers' office on or before midnight of
Wednesday February 4. 19?4.
Tlijs extraordinary offer Is made as]
an Inducement for new contestants
and for activity ion the part of]
those already nom.nated. The size
of the big Special Certificate will
place those who win one among the
leaders of the. r ice in line for one of
the Dig Prizes givena way by The An
derson Daily Intelligencer. Persons
i ucs who are not already entered j
mid send in their names, tin- sub
scriptions they secure and the sub
scription ballot at the same time. (Yr
tlficate? for the votes will be mailed
promptly in return.
In many contests the amount of I
votes you will receive on a single sub
scription under this offer lias been
known to w^n prizes. It will at least
gi\e you a big start and place you
among the leaders in this one.
Ten or fifteen minutes time Is all j
that ls necessary to secure a single
yearly subscription. Among your|
friends and neighbors there is some
one who will give you a subscription!
merely for the asking. The subscrib
ers get value received in tho paper, j
You will get a start In* the contest
that will perhaps land you at the
steering wheel of your own automo-1
bile If you follow lt up.
The contest is not yet at full head
way, lt is still in the nomination]
stage. There are not yet enough con
testants to win all the prizes and
ns has been said in yesterday's paper
t?tere are a great number o? towns
not yet represented actively. There
is not a single town, neighborhood
or conuty that ?B yet sufficiently re
presented. Clipping and sending in
the dally coupons ls far as many con- ]
! testants have got.
.Only a small percentage of the large I
number who have been nominated
b?h'? he expected to take advantage
of this present offer. But tho contest
department wouid urgently advise
everyone who has hopes of being a
prize winner to be among these few.
The chance of winning a big Tour
Ling Car against a limited field ls cor-]
talnly worth the effort required. The
I prise JM half won when you make]
up your mind to enter ?earnestly.
Take ndvautago of the present big
oner, piuco viun.-n? among the lead
ers and stick there until tho finish.
Under no circumstances will any
contestant bo allowed more than one
of these extra voting coupons. You
may turn in as many subscriptions
< as you may secure but only one extra
t certificate of 20,000 will bc allowed.
Mrs. James T. Snow.4,900
Miss Princes Harris Bruce ....5,650
Miss Nell O'Donnell.11.G25
Mrs. J. W. Thrcatt..7,500
Mrs. Geo. W. Spear.10,280
Mrs. Anna H. Weston. 1,025
Mrs. J. Pearson . 1,025
Mrs. Geo. M. Tolly.1,025
Mrs. Will P. Tolly.". 1,025
Mrs. Leila M. Tolly.1,025
Mrs. J. H. Townsend. 1,025
Mrs. J. D. Hammett.1.025
Miss Ellie McCully.1,025
Miss Catherine Stetting.1.025
[ Mrs. W. P. Partner.1,025
Mrs. H. R. Wells ....1.025
.Mrs. John D. Anderson.1,025
Mrs. Eva S. Murray.1,025
Mrs. W. W. Sullivan.1,025
Mrs. N. B. Sullivan.1.02?
Mrs. C. 8. Sullivan.1.025
Mrs. Leila P. Sullivan.1.025
Mrs. C. O. Du rr ?ss.1,025
Mrs. P. K. McCully, Jr.1,025
Q% Oelsberg. 1,0
Mrs. C. W. Causey.1,023
Mrs. E. R. Horton.1,025
lui a. C. A. Gumuruii.i,?Z5
Mrs. E. C. MoCants.1,025
Mis. J. N. Pea rm an.1.025
Mrs. K. P. Smith.1.023
Mrs. Yv. w. Chisholm-.1,025
Mrs. C. S. Minor.1.025
Mrs. D. 8. Gray.1,025
Mrs. G. B. Walton .1.025
Mrs. J. L. Farmer..1.02?
Miss Sadie Pretwell...1,025
Miss Vina Patrick.6,575
Mrs. C.' & Breedln .. .. . . .. 1,025
Mfa. Frank Johnson.1,025
Miss Edna Balles .. ..- .. ..1.025
Miss Zona Geer .. .. .%.J ,02
Miss Mollie Hanks.1.025
Miss Pearl Hall.1,025
Mrs. D?sB?e McHugh " ..1,025
Miss Helen Reed.'.. ..1.025
Miss Mona Burlies.1.025
Miss Clara Osborne.1,025
Miss Betel Johnson.1,025
Miss Alice Bray.9.2.00
Miss Maggie Archer.1,025
Miss Kate Liddell. .1.025
Miss Myrtle McKinney.6.01?
Miss Isabelle Webb.13.300
Miss Myrtle Bolt.32.025
Miss Alma Burrias...1,025
Miss Tommie Holland.] .075
Mrs Dana Osborne.1,016
Miss Myrtle Barton.4,650
Miss Nell Barton... ..1,025
Miss Alpha King.1,025
Miss Lola Garrison.1,025
Mrs. lulls Mao Fisher.1,025
h" ? Rosa Payne.5.R75
?. Mary Pruitt.1,025
Jessie Fiskens .. .. .1.025
Miss Launa Watt...1,025
Mrs. Edna Byron .>.1,025
Misa'LIUlp Mae Simpson.1.025
Miss Evelyn Kay. ..1,026
Miss Bleacker Clark.;.P25
Miss Marie Seybt.1,0IS
Miss Ruth Watkins.1.025
Mts*-Florella Deck ... .2,S?5
Miss Louise G ilmer.1,025
Miss Janie Hamlin.1,025
tive Work in The Anderson
>n Daily Intelligencer is ?Il That
ng Advantage Will Be
Mrs. George Jolly.1,025 |
Mrj. Malcolm McFall.1.025 ]
Mrs. Marleston Barton.1.02t
M TH. Jim Keith. .,1,0251
M TH. Jim Craig.7.400
Mrs. Hunter Thompson .. ......1,025]
Mrs William Muldrow.1.025
Mrs. T. E. Howard. 1,025 ?
Mrs. Frank Johnson.1,025
Mrs. I^on Bice.1,025
Mrs. Flossie Briggs.1,025
Mr?. Raymond Cockran.1,025
I Miss Leila Mosely. 1,025!
Mrs. Ola Cooley. 1,0261
Mrs. S. D. Brownlee. 1,025:
; Miss Elizabeth Van Wyck -7.225
[Mrs. J. M. Cathcart .31,025
Mrs. Hunter Thompson.10.600]
Mrs. J. J. Stuart.5,82
Mrs. H.P. Eiseman.0.17
Miss Lula H. Smith.29,760
I Miss Edna Campbell.16.550
Miss ?reta McClellan.9.920
Mrs. O. F. Taylor .6.325
M?3B Annio Cunningham.6,225
Mrs. C. J. B. DeCamps.6,02'
Miss Lula Brown.5.525]
Miss Elizabeth McGee.9.900]
Miss Ella Avery.27,355
I Mrs. GusHudgens.6,225
1 Miss Loise Garrison.6,650
I Miss E. G. Harrison.7,275
Miss Annie li, Borgger.3.100
Mrs. W. E. Raynor .6.100
Miss Mattie Gaillard.7.400
I Mrs. Raymond Beaty.5.800
i Mrs. Susan. C. Fredericks.. .. 4,225
' Miss Lynda Thompson.4,250
Miss Lizzie Agnew .1,0251
Mles Lela Martin.1,025 ?
Miss Lucille Humphreys.1.02S
?Mrs. J. T. Johnson.1,025
iMiss Lille Dodson.1,025
Mrs. Steve Brown.1,025
Mi?. Dr.-C?i Roil.i."*?
Mrs. E. H. Booker.1.025
Miss Virginia Nelson.1,025
Miss Orebelle Martin...1,025
Mrs. R. L. Bannore.1,025
Mrs. Melvin Agnew.1,025
Miss Leta Farmer.1,025
Miss Mozelle Huckabee.1,025
Miss Ida Allen.1,025
Miss Anna Belle.?.025
Miss Ella Floyd.1.025
M's. W. W. Thompson.1.025
Miss Louise Harper.1,025
Mrs. Dr. J. D. Wilson.1,025
Mrs. C. T. Baker.1,025
Mrs. E. J. Huckabee.1.025
Miss Louise Harper.1.025
?Mrs. R. H. Mosely.1,025
Miss Elua Mae Hanks.4,275
Miss Nora McCullough. 1,325
Mrs. S. M. McAdam s.30,975
Miss Nora McCullough.4.650
Miss Annie Beaty.1,025
Miss Annie Sadler. ..1.025
Miss Minnie Spearman .. .-. ..1,025
Miss lula Griffin...1.025
Miss Mattie Simpson.1.025
Mrs. Lulu Reid.1.025
Mrs. Frank Gilllland .. .. .. ..1,025
Mrs. ladle Loverette.1,025
Mrs. Harper Hall.? .. ..1,025
Mrs. Dr. J. E. Watson.\ 1,025
Mrs. B. A. Wharton.1.025
Mrs. Frank McGee.1,025
Mrs. N. E. Yeargin.4,300
Mrs. Frank Gentry.1.025
Miss Lula Dean ...1,025
Mrs. F. ?. Jones.1,025
Mrs. J. M. Land.,.1.025
Mrs. Clyde T. Bowen.1.025
Miss Mary Pool.1,025
Miss Mattie Banister.1.025
Miss Lula Price.1,025
Miss Sarah Martin.5,500
Miss Annie McConnell.4,650
Miss Inez Fields.4,750
Miss Ruby Ellison .7.050
Mrs. N. E. Watkins.4,475
Miss Frances White ....27,550
Mrs. C. S. Poora.1,025
miss Sarah Marun.1,525
Mrs. W. F. Mattlson...1,025
Miss Ollie Acker ;.1,025
Mrs. A. W. Cheshire.1.025
Miss Blanche Green.1,025
Mrs. L.W. Baddox.1,025
Miss Mattie Vandlver .4,200
Hiss Nanette Campbell...1,025
Mrs. Beary Broom ...1.025
Mrs. J. C. Kay.1,025
Mrs. W. H. Trammel.1,025
Misa Grace Campbell...1,025
Misa Mattie Dunlap*.1.025
Miss Pallie Wright.;.11,750
Mn. W. H. Cobb, Jr. ..1.025
Mrs. W. F. Acker.L025
Mrs. M. T. Mceuen ...1,025
Mrs. R. L. DamaU .5,025
Miss Lillian Darnall.5,025
Miss Beatrice Godfrey .1,025
Miss Lela Hammond .. .. .. ..1.025
Mrs. M. L, Crlgler. 1.023
Miss Lela Irby. ..1.025
lira. H. Kirby .. -<.1.025
Miss Lydia Sherard..1.025
Mys. Dan Brown .. ...1.025
sirs. E. W. Gregory .. ..1.025
Miss Anna Donald.1,025
Misa Christine Scott.1.025
Miss Blanche Miller.1.025
Miss Sal. Cox.1.025
Miss Maud Bowie .. . .. .. ..1.025
Miks Anne Laurie Co'ycs.t,02G
Miss Mary Wit bowe. ..1,025
Mles Edith Bigby...1,025
Miss Ines Babb , .?,?*?
Miss Julia Simpson., .', . .1,025
Miss Stills Gol.?.1.025
Mrs. Frank T.-ipp ;.1,025
Misa Agnes Bello ...1.025
Mrs. John Hudgens.1,025
Mrs. Sam Beam.1.025
Miss Carrie Lander.?.025
Miss Annie West ...1,025
(Continued on third page.)
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Your Only Chance
To Win Extra Votes m The
RETURN TH IS COUPON
With one yearly subscription and receive 20,000
in addition to the regular ballots. Only one of
these coupons will be ac cepted for any candidate
and the subscription mu st be for not less , than
One year to the Daily Intelligencer and must
reach the Contest Office not later than Feb. 4,
1914. No other extra votes will be offered dur
ing the Contest. Do not fail to take advantage
of this great offer.
Subscriber. . ......
VOID AFTER FEBRUARY 5,1914
?.i..r.. ... :
...THE POINT IS JUST THIS*.
I Want An AUTOMOBILE But Cannot
a^vvAfford To Buy Oh!
NO MI" INI AX ION
To enter the contest fill out this coupon and send to the Anderson
Dally Intelligencer Contest Department. Each contestant ls entitled to
one Nomination, good for " .
in The Anderson Daily Intelligencer Popularity Contest.
I hereby nominate
Mrs. or Miss.
8troet No..District No .. .
.Profession.. Date .
Only ene nomination trill bo credited to each contestant, Under no circum
stances .will tho. name ot nominator be divulged.
VOID AFTER FEBRUARY 5,1914
Fill out the above Coupon, mail it to The Intelligencer Office
and find out how you can easily get an AUTOMOBILE FREE.
COO DFOlt FIFTEEN VOTES IN THE ANDERSON DAILY IN-^
TELU?Eta? POPULARITY CONTEST.
Toa may send in as many Of these free ballots mt you can get, each ona
will count fifteen-votis.
' Thu tree ballet mast reach the contest office not later than Jan. 81
_ "VOID AFTER JANUARY. SJ. ISIS