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BUSY BEE CAFE
NEXT TO RAILROAD BRIDGE
Everything New end Up-to-Datel
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Business Men's Lunches A
Give Us a Trial
Two Horse Farm
see EUGENE ANDERSON
at Bank Office, over Walter |
Sterilized tools and clesn linen
nssd on every customer by First
Class workmen. Give us a trial
and be convinced. C. A. McClaln,
T. C. Farmer, J. L. Rampey.
Plowing ? Phone Cheshire's
stable if you want plowing
done by a good man with
strong horses. Price Soc per
We grind into m?al any
kind of grains, stalks,
cobs, corn ?huckt, hay
and fodder. Work done
while you wait. Bring a
1/rvnrf when you confie to
& Spring Bed
Eagle Barber Shop
BELLEYt K HOTEL BUILDING
Fresh laundered iowe?s, high grade
tonics and experienced barbers. Our
motto is to please our customers,
call and seo ?s. i
C. E. Howe?, Manager.)
I ! ~ ' . I
0SDEB3 TAKEN NOW FOB THE
Egg? and ddy old chicks.
Buff Plymouth Rock?Prize winning
stockiin Augusta, Atlanta, etc.
Fawn Indian Runner Ducks (winners
at Belton and other fairs.)
Pekin Ducks?From prite winners.
Bronze Turkeys?Pure or also crossed
with Virginia wild turkoys.
Young Cockerels Caproned so can car
ry all chicks giver, ihem.
Will jtladly answer alHaquireya.
. Will cause headaches.
Glasses properly fitted is the only
remedy. Let me fit,them for you,
! do it for less money and guar
DR. I. M. ISRAELSON
The Leading Optician
Over Evans' Pharmacy No. 3
liit OYSTER KING
.When you want Fish or
Oysters Ca? 2v%hs&"
. I j I I lj llSSfrf?i?.i*SS^*y^ShW^*m1 -,- ! ?.
Yonr failure to trade with me
causes o? both to lose.
W, AV POWER
Fancy Groceries attd Fresh Meats
\- t ? ? w iihaiu^ a. ?-<n^ w
Call and see jth?m at
B?iton'* New Studio
it'? Jiist like This
s you natur
- ii . V
ervlees of a
OK, KeCBTART GLYKPH
tar Brass Fhsrsige/. No. t
I)?'. W. A. Tiipp" und son. well
known people of Brushy Creek, were
|g Anderson yesterday. Dr. Tripp i:s
a trustee of the State Medics) coll?ge
at Charleston und stund? inr.h among
the medical men of tliu State for IiIk
common sense and pluck, which are
not ho common theHC day*.
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Asbell. well
known Anderson county people, were
In the city yesterday. Mr. Asulll Is
cashier of the bank at Town vil!.- and
a much live wire. .
Albert Fant of Helton spent yester
duy in the city ou butfpess. "Ab" has
been ou th* job buying cotton this
I'at Major, the wel&itnown Ander
son planter, was In the city yester
day for a few hours, telling every
body about the new school house.
John It. Harris, a well-known Hel
ton man, was in Anderson Monday on
Charles W. Black ot,Greeiivllle was
umong the visitors to spend Sunday
F. A. Feuchten berger, tue haker, ol
Greenwood, was in the city Sunduy,
stopping at the Chtquola hotel.
Magistrate John B. Bonner pf Pel
zer was among the business visitors
to the city yesterday. .
Judge J. C. Wright of Hartwcll. Ga.,
nyeiu a ??vv ?juuih in Anderson yester
F. H. Harbell of Belton was among
the bulsness visitors to Anderson yes
terday. 4\ i
W. K. Hudgens, tbc well-known
Pelzer merchant, was in Anderson
Mrs. B. H. Johnson of Clemuon col
lege was shopping In the ???y yester
day- . __ *? ;
Mrs. Walter Brock of Eastman, Ga..
In in the city, the guest of her sister,
Mrs. T. S. Crayton. 4
W. A. G. MoWhorter-cnd daughter.
Miss May McWhorter ol Denver, were
in the city yesterday. *5?<?.,
R. H. Price of. Townvllle was among
the business visitors to the city yes
Mrs. Rosa Hanks and Miss Hattic
winks of Long Branch were shop
ping in the city ^"^y^k
Pine MoAddnm, a well-known farm-,
er, of the Fork section, was in the
A. M. Holland of Flat Rock was a
business visitor to Anderson yester
It A. Sullivan oteihe Fork section
was among the farmers to snend yes
terday in the city,
S. A. Jones and Miss Eunice Jones
of tho Roberts section .were, in Ander
Frank Rhodes of Hopewell was
among the visitors to the city yester
! - /
Ed Dlxon of Flat Rock was In An
derson yesterday for a few hours.
J. J. Fretwell has returned from
Nashville, where he has beon visiting
relatives. . f
. Guy Winthrop has returned to
Greenville after ? short visit to rela
J. P. Cox and F. M. X-ox of Belton
were among the bustikBS* visitors to
the city yesterday. ?
W. O. Kay of Belton, spent a few
hotrrs In the city yesterday on busi
Turner Fields of Martin township
wad a huaineaa v|??new>i> AnHnmnn
V. C. Redwlne sud T. P. R#iwtne
Cf Monroe, N. C, were in the ctty yes
B. I). Crcnsh?w ?f Atlanta was
among the visitors to Andorson yes
S. B. Blackwell of Greenville spent
4;.few hours in Anderson yesterday.
Ml*. Mattle W. Bolt of Ccnterville
was shopping In Anderson yesterday.
W. P. Dillon, Jr.. of ?Ugnsta, was a
business visitor to the ej?r yesterday,
A. O. New of Greenville was among
the visitors to the city yesterday.
I. F. H. Chamberlaia of Charlotte was
in Anderson yesterday on business.
G .W. Prtee o* Bp-rtinhurg ha*
been spending a few days hi' the city.
J. A. Bannister of Hones Path
in '.he elty yesterday tof 'H few hours.
VV. F. Stewart of Starr was among
the, visitors to the city yesterday.
O. ?. irby of Belton. Boute S. ? - !h'
--??.?, .^i? 'j^mmviij on business.'
E. V. Gregory ef Wllllamst?n spent
a few hours in the ctty^ yesterday.
Mrs. J. P. Reed has3 turned from
a short stay with relatives la Florida.
J. B. Ellison of f'beddat was among
the visitors to Anderson yesterday.
K. Bolt of Central spent a few
hours In the city yeslerdsy,
S YOU KNOW
w. ii .Acker of Donalds, one of the
best farmers in Anderson county, was |
!n t'a: i ity yesterday. Mr. Acker was j
one of tlx- Gist rifles and Is well
known all over the county. He says]
that the present outlook in his ?<*? - :
tlou is splendid.
Joseph J. Guiley of Hall townshii'
was ii business visitor to Anderson
yesterday. Mr. Galley has a heuutiful
home und is always ut the front dour
to extend hospitality.
Lewis Funt, who is connected with
j the Helton office or The Intelligencer,
spent Sunday in Anderson with his
Ii. K. Mnssey of Greenville was
among the visitors to the city Sun
A. L. Knight of Helton was in the
city Sunday for a few hours.
Arthur McGee of the Ixmg Uranch
section wus In Anderson yesterday.
llOyV l?S J 01?1? BOILER J
It has been stated that a man's
Stomach is his boiler his body is his
engine and his mouth the lire box.
Is your boiler (. Hoinnch) In good
working order or is it so weak that
It will uot stand'a full load and not
able to supply the needed energy to
your engine (body)? If you have
any trouble with your stomach. Cham
berlain's Tablets will do, you good.
They strengthen and Invigorate the
stomach and enable It to do its work
naturally. Mnny very remarkable
cures of stomach trouble have been
effected by thent. For sale by Evans
j We take pleasure in announcing
that you will never be pleased more
than by attending our opening. Fri
day and Saturday. February G and 7.
See ad on page 6.
ANDERSON TAILORING CO.
DOST YOU BELIEVE !T.
Some Bay that chronic constipation
cannot be cured. Don't you believt*
it. chamberlain'!; Tablets have cured
others-?why not you? Give them a
trial. They cost only a quarter. For
sale by Evans Pharmacy.
OF TAX SYSTEM
C~a?L r^uJU. c-*-P? E>
ommends Repe?! of the
Columbia. Fe.b 2.?Declaring the
present system of taxation in South
Carolina inequitable and utterly in
adequate for supplying the money
necessary to meet the expenses of the
government, and urging the removal
of eonstitut tonal restrictions upon
levying powers o? the legislature.
Comptroller General Jones today
called on thut body for a complete re
vision of the present basis of raising
the commonwealth's revenue.
From i860 to thep resent time Mr.
Jones traces the history of taxation In
the State, showing how the demands
for the same purposes have grown
greater, how new ones have arisen
and the presunt system of raising
funds has proved impractical and fcl
Present . methods of procuring
money for South Carolina's current
expenses, he says, were introduced by
the reconstruction government estab
lished in 1868. L'util 1876. prior to
the political revolution, the ne >ds of
the State wer? m*t hy bond lsE*.*ss t
HI the commonwealth was practU al
Following in*??urat!os of Gcv
ernor Hampton In 1877 tho expenses
were kept within the annual income
?n?n jgog. The growth' of the State
abolit this time and other causes cre
ated an increase in demands for puo
lic Improvements. Extension of State
charities and other institutions, as
well as the increased cost of the Njh
diclsry sYstem, contributed the gen
eral need for more money.
Since that time exp?nses of Stole
institutions have been Increasing. Far
instance, from 100.000 in 1897 the
State Hospital for the Insane in 1919
required %800,000. Appropriations for
educational purposes have shown a
proportionate iacreaso. The Legisla
ture fn 1914 is asked for $3,500,000
lor State expenses, while in 1897 less
than fl.OOO.OOO was required.
Tr-eee figures, says the comptroller,
SfcjrJ? the nauri nf a oractioal ?v?tem
by which the necessary revenue csn
!* equably raised shd ah equable sys
tem can be devised only by ascertain
ing the actual value of property to be,
Repeal School Tax.
ThCii Mr. Jonas v???? ??t-s?i??uu t?J
the fesr w?ople have of a true valua
tion, particularly on account of the
arbitrary constitutions! three-mile
tax for educations! purposes, which,
If levied on property at its uctuat
valuation, wonld raise mors than $2,
,000 yearly. For this reason the
ptrollcr asks the legislature to
\U. tc the people* an amendment
constitution providing tor a
I of the school tax, so as to
o this to be appropriated in the
rot Ion of the general assembly
rding'to the varying needs of the
Comptroller General Jones ren?we
Iiis recommendations made to former
l?gislatures that a single and perma
nent rax commission be created and
vested with the p?arar to supervise
the assessment of property for taxa
Senator Tillman May Be
Witne?? Before the
ALSO BEEN ASKED
Review of Work of General As
sembly Shows That Very Lit
tle Constructive Work
Has Been Done Up
to This Time.
Columbia, Feb. 2.- The special
committee from the general assembly
to investigate the management ol
the ?tute Hospital for the Insane will
bold its first meeting tomorrow after
noon at 3 o'clock in the chamber of
the supreme court. The committee
lias organized by electing Senator
Mauldln of Bickens chairman and .Mr.
Wycbe of Spartunburg secretary. The
other members of the committee are
Senator Young of union. Senator
Strait of Lancaster, Mr. Hunter of
Bamberg and Mr. Stevenson of Ches
terfield; Senator Wcston of Itlcli
land, appointed a member of the
Committee, resigned on account of a
letter from the governor in which It
was said that the Uichiaud senator
had appeared before tue hoard of
regents of the Stato hospital as an
attorney for one of tilt: persons to
be investigated. Senator Wcston de
nied Hint he had acted as an attor
ney, although he said lie had boeu
asked to do so, und declnred that he
attended the meeting of tho board
of regents as a member of tho senate
committee on penal and charitable In
stitutions. Senator W?sten asked that
his couduct in the matter be investi-:
iSenator Tillman, tho governor, the
members of the board of rogentw of
the State hospital, the State Park
commission, the secretaries of the
board and the commission. Dr. .1. W.
Hancock, superintendent or the State
Hospital for the iiisune, and othurs
will testify before the committee.
Senator Ti'.!;uar,, who has been 111. has
written Mr. Wyohe, the secretary of
the committee, that ho will come to
Columbia to testify on February 7, if
lila health penults.
The pending probe of the manage
ment of the State Hospital ror the
Insane was 'brought about by a spe
cial message from tho. governor, read
in the house pn January 20.
WILL APPEAR IX < OLI MIUA.
Solumbia, Feb. 2.?Senator
man will be a witness be
fore the asylum investigating
committee. He Ik expected to *
appear Saturday, Feb. 7.
Is to Hold Important Meeting on Feb.
The Anderson County Teachers' club |
will hold a very importing meeting in \
the First Baptist church Saturday,
February 14. The following program |
will be carried out:
1. Devotional exercises, Dr. W. H. |
2. Duet, Misses Carrie end Esther]
X "Getting Every Child Enrolled,'
Mr. B. C. Cromer.
(?) Causes of non-enrollment, Mr.
L. M. Mahaffey.
(b) Methods to reach these chil
.!...... ??- I > -A AI
? v^i ..... lh 41. niMUIUS.
4. Open discussion.
P1ITO If ifiniinm
SftUfl If nlUfitTu
un ?tu mm
Harmless to flush Kidneys and neu.
irallie Irritating atlds?Splni
dld for system.
Kidney and Bladder weakness re
sult from uric acid, says a noted au
thority. The kidueys ilHer this ncld
from the blood and pass it on to the
Madder, where it often remains to ir
ritate and inflame, causing a burning;
scalding sensation, or petting up an
irritation at the neck or the bladder,
obliging you to seek relief two or
three times durum Hin niaht. The
sufferer is In constant dread. \he wa
ter passes sometimes with a scalding
sensation and is very profuse; again,
there is difficulty in avoiding U.
Bladder weakness, most folks call
it, because they can't control urina
tion. Wui?? ?t ;b eximh?iy annoying
and sometimes very painful, tills is
really one of the most simple ailments
to ovorcome, Cet ?bout four ounces
of Jod Salts from youV- pharmacist
snd take a tablespoon fui In a glass of
wafer before breakfast, continue this
for two or three days. This will neu
trnliM the acids lu the ufino so it no
lonC?r IS a Source r>r irrit^iU.i. Ifea
bladder and urinary organs which
then act normally again.
Jad Salts in Inexpensive, harmlos?,
and is made from the acid of grapes
and lemon juice, wtth lifh.a,
and used by tho^v fndA of folks who
are subject to urinary ma?r??r?
caused by uric acid irritation. J\
Salts is spier did for kidneys and
cn.uses no bad effects whatever.
Here you have "a pleasant, efferves
cent lithla water urink, which quickly
H Move* Madder trouble.
loi X ?IM M
x Being Eagerly Sought |
" The Special Sales**.
That we are having from day to, day on useful
ARTICLES FOR THE HOME.
Our Large Show Windows An
nounce these money-saving
That the articles we jmt oh sale are not "Old Stock*' or
damaged in anv resnlp.et. Rut N**w and hnucrhf for srt^r
- ? <-;, - ?-w ? - ^j^--r-? ? - ? y ?-? ? ?o-? ? - ? jc
ial sales at a loss to us at the prices we give. "We ap
preciate your business.
uuiiivaii Tictiuware wu?
Anderson? : : South Ladolma.
For Sale?Pea vino and cane forage
K. C Dargan, Cox Book Store.
For Bent?Two or three rooms, partly
furnished, for light housekeeping.
Modern home with all conven
iences. Apply 15. E. Eluwro. No.
278 Ureenvillo street. l-30-6tp'.
Wanted? two or three lady boardv.r?
Id private family. Apply to 208
Crayton Street. 2-l-3tfl
For Male--6,000 bundles or fodder;
$3.00 per hundred; pure Mar thor
ough seed corn, 82.00 per bushel;
Jarrett's two-ear corn, $2.00 per
bushel, all carefully selected; 600
bushels of corn husked and as
sorted, 51.15; several head or fat
cattle L. It. Thompson, Pchdletouj
FOB SALE OB EXCITAMSK-Elghty
nlne acre farm, in 1 1-2 iulh-?
Lumpkln, Qa., county scat. wm
trade for 82.000.00 stock in Ander
son National Bank. Worth Investi
gating. P. O. Box No. ST. Town
ville. 8. C. 1-22U D
' FOR 8?mF.~~~"
One five-room house, one-halt acre
lot, in town of Town vl lie; house
painted and In good condition. Thlt>
Will be sold at public/ auction. Ander
son. S. Cm Drat Monday in February.
1914. For information apply tu W.
C. King, Towhvllte, S. c.
FOR SALE ~~
Ono five room house. One half acre
lot. in town of Townviilo, house
painted and in good condlitton. This
will he sold ut public auction. Ander
son, S. C, first Monday U\ Feby., 1014.
For information apply to W. C King.
Townviilo. 8. C.
Wanted?Yon to know that our
opening days uro Friday and Satur
day, February fi und 7. Sec ad on
i ?iStc iW? iorkey hen* ? trade
for Berkshire pig.. Bring-pig aud
get hens 13. P. Tliomss, North An
derson, H. F. b. 8 -* L'
SOTICK TO CREDITORS.
Ali persons having claim's against
the efitate of J. Frank Qambrell. do
thoui properly proven to iUo under
signed within the time prescribed by
law and those indebted to make set
It. 8. GAMBItELL, Exor,
"My tatlor is belgnning to dug me. '
"Suspects that you have done"him,
ehT"*?P.oatoa Evening Transcript.
It's the unexpected that, often bap
pens, even when we bring it on our
ANOTH?R C?R ur
GOOD, BLOCKY TEN
arrived this morning.
mm BUYER IS ON
THE JOB ALL THE
TIME, and only buys
what he knows our Cus
you will be pleased.
PRICES and TERMS
are ALWAYS RIGHT.
"l bought my mules -from Davis
Bros., and saved from $25,00 to
s?o.oo per head bv paying the
.:ash, and believe me you can do
he same thing if you will give
them a chance to show you."
We will have one Car of Nice
Marcs and Horses, .and Two Cars
of Nice Mule's for Monday's
Trade. Come and let the Spot
v ?luiv i??v.n ^iutu , un? await