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Every man has a "best girl"?little or big?if you are the man work
forh?r; if you are the girl ask him to help you to win this handsome
Solid (c^^^LJ^ Watch
14 kt ^%JLi> ?pS*^ Worth
It will be Awarded Absolutely Free
to the person who compiles the greatest number >
of word* irom the ten letter* in the words
Conditions of Skill Teat:
BngHsh words only; mutt be
. ?1!s? ?areedy. Writs oc ess
aide of paper; 50 words to a
sheet. Letters ctn be repeated.
If competing lists contain
same number of words, neatness
will determine award.
Three local judges shall decide
a* to the winner. List, must be
delivered to our store on or before
closing date of Skill Test.
The Bracelet Watch?the newest production of the Omega WatctoSompany?
Is on exhibition in our show window, together with other sizes and stt&tof Omega
Watches for Men and Women, at prices to suit every purse. The-purpose of this
kill Test, and the offer of this very high grade watch is to imnreas vqu with the all
around excellence o* Om*?? Wsifh? " t.* ?*?-_? :-""fft. . i? *
Cui oui ine
matte all "the
?J can from
The Progressive Jewelers ^
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GOOD, BLOCKY TEN
arrived this morning.
OUR BUYER IS ON
THE JOB ALL THE
TIME, and only buy*
what he knows our Cus
- Call and see them.
you wm eye picaseci.
PRICES and TERMS
are ALWAYS RIGHT.
HE cheapest lots in Ander
derson today, are Numbers 39,
40, 41. 42 and 43 on the We&t&ide of
Nfcrth Street in "COLLEGE VIEW*'.
They have an Eastern exposure, drainage runs to
the rear, and the beautiful homes on the boulevard and
the college are.In fiiB.ylew. They ar in cloao proximity to tbW.'.ar Lire,
-the High School, and4he Colley. They have water and eeweraW, and you
will not have to build a retaining wall, nor spend one coat for grading,
ran? ONLY ?70O00 EACH,
do out this afternoci and look at them, and pick out the one you w??
There 3? a number on each lot.
Anderson Real Estate
& Investment Go.
E. *L HORTON, nres.
; L. S. HORTON, V. P.
_ W? F. MARSHALL. Sect'/. . ^jgF^^
MANY PRIZE Wl
? aar I
This Is a Free For All
ning to En
* The Contest Department De
* ?ires To Emphasize TlJe Fact *
That th? Pr?tent Liberal Sub- *
* scriplion Ballot or Tyenty ThoU8
* EXTRA Votes for Single Sub
scriptionB will Positively Close
at ? Tclock, Thursday, Feb.
6th, and Will Not Be Repeated. *
Five days are left In which to take j
advantage of this exceptional oppor- i
tunity. During this short time The
Anderson Daily Intelligencer invites
any resident in Western South Caro
lina who desires to share in the dis
tribution of its numerous and costly
prizes to secure one yearly subscrip
tion and thus place herself uraong the
leaders of this friendly race.
Of the large number of popular
people who have already been nomi
nated by friends, scarcely one out
of twenty has not yet determined
WOMAN'S RIGHTS A !
Richmond. Va., Jan. 31.?Principles
for which tho revolutionary and civil
wars were fought were invoked In the
cause of woman suffrage here last
night by Walter Clark, chief justice
of the Bupremo court of North Caro
lina, addressing the equal suffrage
league of Virginia.
"We fought the revolution on the
ground of 'no taxation without repre
sentation,' " said the speaker.' 'yet a
large part of the proeprty of this
copntry. probably a third, is now held
by women, liiey are heavily taxed,
yet they are denied all voice In fixing
the amount of taxation and in the dis
poslitlon of the vast sums which they
pay Into the public treasury.
j^HgBtg than sixty years ago it was
mvtsnw ??uii ??i?n ' country ' "'canr.Ot
live half slave and half free.* It is
equally true now that our civiliza
tion cannot progress to its ultimate
triumph with half our population de
nied equal share and Control in tho
conduct of the government:"
"Oponenta to equal suffrage were
grouped by Chief Justice Clark in.
"Those allied with the financial In
torcsts which back the whiskey tniBt
$ it notices :: ?
For Sale?Poa vine and cane forage
E. C. Dargan, Cox Book Store.
For Rent?Two or three rooms, partly
furnished, for light housekeeping.
Modern home with all conven
iences. Apply E. E. Elmore, No.
278 Greenville street l-30-?tp.
Wanted?two or three lady boarders
in privato family. Apply to 208
Croyton Street. 2-l-3tp
For Sale--6,000 bund tea or fodder,
$3.00 per hundred; pure Marlbor
ough seed corn, $2.00 per bushel;
Jarrett's two-ear corn, .$2.00 per
bushel, all carefully selected; 600
bushels of corn husked and as
. sorted, $1.15; several head of fat
cattle. L. R. Thompson, Pendleton,
B. P. D. 3. Phone 4320. 2-l-3t p
FOB KALK OB EXCHANGE?Eighty
nine acre farm, is 11-2 miles
Lumpkin, Ga., county seat. . Will
trade for $2,000.00 stock in Ander
son National Bank. Worth investi
gating. P. O. Box No. 67, Town-J
ville, S. C. l-22tf D
One five-room house, ono-half acre
lot. In town of Townvllle; house
painted and in good condition. This
will be sold at public auction. Ander
eon, S. C.i first Monday in February.
1914. For Information apply to W.
C. King, Townvllle, S. C.
One five room house, one half acre
lot, la town of Townvllle, house
painted and In good condition. This
will be sold at public auction. Ander?
son, 8. C first Monday In Feby., 1911
rx>r information apply to W. c. King,
Townville, 8. C.
ot 3 Suspects
of ? Bank Looting
l-ycrly, G a., Jan. SI.?In the arrest
of Mark McNew. Henry Hlckman,
Gerry Wilson apd Andy'Wilson near
hfcre today county officials believe
thay have captured a majority of Use
men who early Friday robbed the
Bank of Lvorly, securing valaablo
papers aud approximately $3,600 in
)0K THE 20,000
Contest From Begin
whether or not to enter actively.
Some whose scores already show up
well In the race have received honors
passively, what votes they have, be
ing ballots Bent in by their friends.
Hut something more than friends und
ballots are needed to win. Friends
cannot be expected to do it all; t):z
contestant herself must do roiue
thlng. Kverybody who has been nomi
nated and expects to stay 1 n the race
should send !n subscriptions before
Thursday and at least one of these
must be for a year and tlius become
entitled to the certificate for twenty
thousand extra votes.
This one subscription'will place any
contestant in a position to begin the
race for ono of the valuable prizes
Fjaal work will begin after Thursday
and those who profit by the p, resent
offer will start with'a good handicap.
It Is likely that someone that start
in the race tli^s week will be the win
er of one of the grand prizes. Cer
tainly many of the prize winners will
eend In their first subscription be
tween now arvl Thursday. WILL
YOU BE AMONG THEM?
ICE WALTER CLARK
and the vice trust, and the men who
ure allied with the conditions created
by . these Interests. Those who are
always opposed 'to any change of any
kind in the existing .order of things
and those who usually believe that
women are incompetent."
Declaring that civilization always
ha:-, been measured; by the status of
women, the speaker outlined the evo
lution of man's relations to the oppo
site sex and' pictured as its culmina
tion a state in which man and woman
should enjoy jointly all the rights and
privileges of political and social or
"It has been well said," continued
Chief Justice Clark;'1" that a single
fact Is worth a'shipload of argu
ments." v- ? F
'4 "Southern, states have fallen behind
In this movement," said the speaker.
"We have boasted our chivalrous re
gard for women, but we have not
"We men . had better do like Capt.
Scott's coon, nd come down.' W^men
know they are as much entitled to the
ballot as we are. They have set out
to get it, and we will have no rest
until they get It. Men and brthren,
w* might as'wel com? dows."
WALHALLA Will SOON
HAVE ELECTRIC PuWER
W. A. Strother and Dr. J. W. Bell
Let Contract?Large Plant
at Rhett Shoals.
Walhalla, Jan. 31.?It seems quite
probable that Walhalla is soon to
have electric lights. Mr. W. A.
Strother and Dr. J. W. Bell have let
to Messrs. QaurtermuB & MoDonald
the contract -for the erection of a
dam on the 'Shoals on the Itheit
trait of land some five miles north
west of that town, and active work Is
called for in the very near future,
as soon as the necessary materials can
he laid down. Orders: have already
been placed by the contractors for
the'matertals' for the erection of the
dam. which will be about 125 feet
In length 12 feet In thickness at the
base, 2 feet thick at- the top and
15 feet high. It is said that this shoal
affords an unusually good prospect
for good development at a moderate
'.oat. Both Mr. Strother and Dr. Bell
are abundatly able to carry, out any
plans that may be necessary for the
equipment of the plant It la possible
that tbe development wtl be sufficient
to justify the furnishing of some
current, for the use of sraall enter
prises for power purposes.
Mossra. C. W. Pitchford, of Wal
halla and the Neville Brothers, of
West Union have all plans made for
tbe erection of an oil mill apd gin
ning plant at Walhalla, having re
certify purchased a large front on
Nortn Broad street. The mill, will
be of ten ton (capacity daily and -tbe
gins. A duplics e ginning .plant will
Will be under the direct ?npervision
the West Union ginnery to be operated
FUchiord and tse Neville Brothers are
numbered among the most substantial
business meniof Ocopeo, and their
launching cf these' enterprises is the
operated by Mr. Strcther and Mr.
? ? ?
i SATBB A BALDWIK
BIsckley Bldg. Anderson. S. C *
CiUxena National Bank Bldg.
Raleigh, N. c.
LIVE STOCK MEN
An Interesting Program
Has Been Arranged
A Number of Prizes Offered?An
derson Has Been Getting
iProf. J. M. Burgess of Clemson Col
lege, has sent The Intelligencer a
program of the annual meeting of
the Sfouth Carolina Stock association
which :a to 'be beld In Columbia Feb
ruary 4, 5 and 6.
The butter contest for that occa
sion will bo a big event. Anderson
county usually Bhows up well, Mr.
M. B. Richardson of Pendleton, hav
ing taken numerous first prizes.
Mr. Jas. L. Mclntosh of Do.iesville,
is the president of the association
j and Prof. Burgess is secretary and
treasurer. Among the speakers will
'be J. H. McClaln of Washington, D.
I C; A. C. Haskell of Augusta, Ca.; Al
vin J. Deed of Rsleigh, N. C; R. H.
Mason of Clemson College; Prof. B.
; S. Shields of Clemson; J. A. Kler
I non of Birmingham, Ala.; Phil 6.
1 Hamer, of TaylorBville, 111., Dr. E. M.
Nlghbert of Atlanta; Prof. W. W.
Long of Clemson; Dr. S. S. Linder of
I Union: Frank C. Hare of Clemson:
T. C. Moss, St. Matthews; J. T. Watt.
Clemson and Dr. Sorrell of Spartan
In the butter scoring contest, $25
I in cash 'Will be divided among all
[ couiesiunis who receive a score of
[ more than 90. The amount of cash
: will be in proportion to the score.
Other prizes rwlll be a silver trophy
cup, a (barrel churn, a butter worker,
a package of Wyandotte cleanser;
parchment paper for wrapping but
ter, subscriptions to periodicals, etc.
An educational butter scoring con
test will*be held in connection will'
the meeting of the Live Stock asso
i elation. Cash -prizes worth $25 will
be distributed among the contestants.
The contest will be governed by
the following rules:
"J. Ail persons who desire to en
ter this contest should make appli
cation at once to Pro! J. M. Burgess
I secretary of the Live Stock associa
tionr Clemson College, for entry
blanks, since all entries must he ac
I compan ted by the official entry
"'2. An entry will consist of twovot
more one-pound prints of butter.
"3. The butter will be scored ac
cording to the following standard:
Flavor, *5 per cent; grain, 25 pe:
cent; color. 15 per cent.; salt, 1
per cent.; packing, 5 per cent.
"4. The butter must reach Coin tu
bis by 6 p. m., Tuesday, February :
and the scoring will be done Wed
nesday, February 4.
"?>. (No contestant will he allowec
to be present while the butter Is be
lug scored but the results of the con
teat will be announced on Wednesday,
j February 4, at the afternoon sesslo
I of the South Carolina Live Stock as
sociation. The (butter will remain on
exhibition throughout the meeting of
"6. Address the shipment to J. M.
BurgeBS^ Columbia. Ship by express
prepaid or parcel post. The butter
to receive tho highest score should I
j carefully packed and wrapped.
"7. The butter entered In this con
test will become the property of the
association to help ,pay the expense
of the contest.
"8. Butter to (be entered In thtt
I contest msiRt ihA. niade in South Ci ru
ina and on farm of contestant.
"9. No one will be allowed to mak<
entries In more than one class.
"10. All butter that scores abov
90 will receive a diploma Of merit."
"Waiter!" the angered patron
"Do you think that I'm a dupef I
I find hero not a single pen;
I ordered, sir, pea soup."
"Be cahu, good sir," the waiter said,
"And be not so erratic.
The ipea la ?lient in peasoup
As In the wdrd pneumatic."
We've invented safety .pins,
We've invented safety matches;
We've inyented saffct razars
To prevent the cuts and serstches
We've. invented many, many things,
(But so one has so far,
Ever yet Invented
A safety motor car.
I ealed htm William Shakespeare?
That Hue Dig of wine.
For I knew he would be Hamlet?
He was no common swine.
But they butchered the pig
I eould not help tout dread It?
Although he brought a mighty price,
n.-.eon got the credit
Speaking of martyrs to the cause;
St~^ Sb?t mni ?u m pause ~
Ttm- -?rr?? the festive seal has
To the cause of "coats for wcroon."
D. L. Branyoa of Anderson. Routa
6, was in the cKy yesterday.
Mrs. Chester Plant has " turns'*
from a short visit to friends In
The buUding on North Mains treet formerly occupied .by
the Elite Cafe, has been leased to me, and will be convert
ed into a MODERN, UP-TO-DATE
TO BE OPENED THE
5th or 6th of February.
IS PROGRESSNG RAPIDLY. REMODELING
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 OPENING ANNOUNCEMENT
THE MOTION PICTURE MAN
$15 Gold Dust
DR. H. R. WELLS & Co.
...Electric Dental Parlor...
Over Farmers'^; Merchants Bank
Anderson, S. C. Woman Attendant
Was supposed to trans
mute the baser metals in
tp gold. Today we call
Efficiency is the result of
knowing how* and of do
ing the best you know
how. We could do our
work cheaper, but we
won't. We would do our
work better, but we
ANDERSON, S. C.
EX JOY WEARING THE
I supply you with. Your sieht will h?
much improved, the classes will he
so comfortable you'll . hardly know
you hare them on. Come and be fitted
with a pair that will help your sight,
help your appearanco and add to your
Dr. M. R. C&mpboll
113 W. Katraer St Gronn* Fleer
Ofitee rboee *?M. Bee. These?e&I.