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LUCKY YOU'LL BE
If )ou ronii1 here for shoes, for tou
will xccure Ihr liiteht style*, thesest
In (rather and lite most reasonable
Ho you not think all tlirse farta are
worth consideration! .
A short price reaches n (nil ralue
Think it our.
Shors bought ut
akk well Boruirr.
*t KI Hit K irt?'S"
Under Masonic Temple.
SHOES THAT SATISFY
GOOD TEETH A RE ATTRACTIVE
at all titties and In all places. They
lend beauty not only to the mouth,
but to the whole faco. In' fact, the
ubsencc of Teeth Is the first disposi
tion toward positive plalnnesa We
are adepts In the care of teeth for
young or old of either sex. We are
skilled lit all branches of Dentistry,
and would be glad to be favored with
your work. We'-' ore particularly
successful In Ute extraction of teeth
DR. H. R. WELLS & C?i?PANY
ELECTRIC DENTAL PARLORS
Over ?arntCH & Merchant h' Baak Anderson, 8. C?
Have you investigate our }ne\y L I G HT I N G
RATES? You can't \^ anything else
but "B?TTLED SUNSHINE"
Phone 223 and we will ,seiid a representative.
KNOCKED is HEAD
htofaWM S3?. 50c, U.OQ. K lb. pm?. **.?*.
Rr&we uAttkntt*} tatitt oa Pnlta.
For Sale by?
POUCHE DR?O CO., Anderson, a C.
W .11. HARBISON, Anderson. 8. C.
W. A. POWBK, Anderson, S. C.
EVAN'S PHARMACY, Anderson, 8. C
J. T. McConn Sons, Anderson, & C.
PEOPLES OROC. CO., Anderson, 8. C.
Anderson Cash Oroce. Anderson, 8. C
M. M. Hunter, Pondioton, 8. C. 330)
Sterilised tools and clean linen
used on every customer by First
Claas workman. Give ?a a trial
and be convinced. C. A. MoOIalB.
T. C. Farmer, J, I*. Ratnpey.
TKe Oyster King and '
Meats and Groceries
LM Year Wants be Mere
W. J. Manes*
L "THE OYSTER kino"
Columbia, Feb. 16.?Working stead
ily for five hours tonight add this af
ternoon the House passed the whole
appropriation bill to third reading.
Few changea were made In the meas
ure a? it came..front the ways., and
means committee. All the appropria
tions for the State colleges wore pass
ed by the House.
The bill as it came from tho ways
and means committee appropriated $2,
391,796. As it passed tho House It
carried $2,427,095. Tbe State tar levy
provided under th< terms of the bill
7 mills, an Increase of 3-4 of one mill
over last year.
One or two Items wore decreased by
tho House. The appropriation Tor the
Confederate infirmary was cut $5,000
and the item providing for the pay
ment or $5,000 to Todd A Benson, ar
chitects of Charleston, for plans and
a model of changea In the .State bouse,
was stricken out of the bill.
The bill was Increased by the addi
tion of A.n. item of $45,000 for a contin
gent fund for needy rural schools to
be expended under tbe direction of
the State board of education.
The only other item added was 9300
to be disbursed in payments of $25 to
the official designated to electrocute
convicts at the State penitentiary.
The bill provides tor the erection oft
a building at the State institute at Ce
dar Springs to coat $.15,000; gives
IWnthrop $-10,000 Joe a gymnasium
and sooronrlaiasa?feflOO for a new
building at the "St?teT Industrial School
Ne I ni ml Ion to -Iwcrease the Battle
Washington, Feb. 16.?Ta? navy de
partment has no. present Intention of
Increasing the ea^aJ force is Mexican,
waters, and today Secretory Daniels
said he had ordered the battleships
rtode. Island. Qaaffis, Nebraska and
Virginia to lettre Y'.-ra Crus tarnte
d.ately upon the arjBft ?KSnk|^^H
dradaaughts t tah, ??Orld* ar>d Dela
ware. The latter ehipe ?>jk?MjHflB
were reported,to, be nearmg V?ra
Crut. The vaaMi relieved will im
Utedtstrty **t.?*m ?rrose the Gnlf ci
Mexico to Join.te. fleet at Guacaaaybo
Bay on the south coast of Cuba.
I lent #f Interest and Personal
lest On <.he Htr
Nee* >'ew York.
Miss Dora Oelsberg baa juat come
liomc from New York where she has
been buytog Block for the store. She
says that Now York is quite lively
now hud that the'shopping season
la at its height. The spring styles
were all made before she got there
and she ha8 nohting to do with them.
Whether this Is an apology for the
styles or an Introduction was not
i aid, but Miss Oelsberg announces
that the styles are very "fussy" this
year with lots of fluffs and ruffles
an edverything shows the old-fashion
ed "bustle" effect. Styles repaet them
selves every few years, Hho says and
yet Miss. Oelsberg declares that she
hopes the old crinoline will never
play a roturu engagement. She
would have to rent a halt to show a
half a dozen samples. "Everything in
New York Is dancing the tango." Miss,
Glesberg stated last night. "It does,
not matter where you go In a hotel,
or restaurant they are dancing the
dip. The tango really isn't such aj
shocking dauce. It is not nearly so
awkward as the 'turkey trot' and is ;
really but a variation cf the two
of Keauregard Company.
Are there any survivors in Ander
son or among the readers of The In
telligencer of the Beauregard Artil
lery? Information to this effect will
be received very gratefully by Mrs. C.
C. Walker, relict of the late C. C. or
"Linn" Walker,, who served In that
command. It will be necessary in
getting .some important matters set
tled for Mra. Walker to bave two of
his comrades to state as witnesses
that they knew the deceased and that
he was a member of that command.
Unfortunately the military history of
Anderson county is in such poor shape
thai it is difficult to get Information !
of this kind. Some old comrades
please let Mrs. Walker hear from
them. Mr. Walker enlisted in the
Beauregard Artillery on the 6th of
July, 1868 and served until the sur
! reader. Tim rnntAln of hja battery
I was named Ferguson. Mr. Walker
died on the 19th of January, 1913
; Dr. Wi Hi Frayer and 0 Gullen Sul
livan, two of the nest known and most
able Orators' In Anderson have been
selected bb the ferfeakort' for the- Gol
den -Jubilee of the ' Knights- of Pythian,
which will bo held Thursday night.
Aside from the addresses which those
gcntlotncn will rf-Miver. the' 'riise?stie
rervlce'to be1 carried out in connec
tion with the exercises will be inter
esting in every detail. It la expected
that there will' be a forge attendance
in the celebration and Wlllet P. Sloan,
chancellor' commander of tte local
lodge, nays that all the members are
evincing the Ivlcllest interest.
The county pension board was In j
session throughout yesterday, attend
ing to tegular routine business. Two I
more nfhetings of this body will be
held, these being Feb. 23 and ih* Kral |
Monday in March. The meeting yes
terday Waa entirely of a routine na-1
Dr. JR. Lee Sanders' left yesterday |
fo'fV Wilmington. K: C, where he aoea
to attend the TrI-State Medical As
sociation. This association will be in
session Wednesday and Thursday and
some of th? moci prominent physi
cians In tile Uhtled States are on the
program for addresses. Every pbysl
Sclan who. attends will doubtless gain
much "valuable knowledge.
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Equity i/asff. .
The attention of tho court of com
mon pleas for ' Anderson county.
Judge Wilson presiding, is now taken
up with tho hearing of equity pro
ceedings, the court turning Us attent
ion to this business yesterday morn
ing when it convened at 0:30 o'clock.]
In all probability the entire week, wilt |
be consumed In this manner.
Bex Party At
Hammond School. ;
There will be a box party at the
Hamomnd school next Friday night,
beginning at ? o'clock. The patrons
and pupils of the school have made
elaborate preparations for this affair
and In all respects It wlh be quite in
teresting. A cordial invitation has
been extended the public to attend.
The young men of the Rose 1IH1
club are preparing to give a dance
cdub house and th'e event is being an
ticipated *lth much pleasure, as are
al) these ?vents st this popular club.
AH the m embers of the Rose Hill club
are. Invited to be present Thursday
News ef the Death
Of Voh Chas. F. Hefce.
?wrlenda in Anderson heard with
sorrow of tho death of Col. Chaa. F.
Hohe which occurred in Atlanta Sat
urday! Cel. Hokc or.ee hved in Wl>
Hams ton end later at Seneca.* H<
was a salesman on the road for man:
years and was regarded with esteeu.
and affection throughout thi* portion
of South Carolina. His sou married
Miss Nardtn, slat et of Dr. W. H. Kar
dia of thria city. Cot. Hoke was a
gallant Confederate soldier aad was
a warm personal friend of Geo. C. A.
id of this city, who was very much
stod by thp news of the death of
Mention ('nogfat Over the ITlre
eets of Anders on.
The second niontlily meeting of the,
Churchman'8 Club of Grace Eplaco-'
pal church, was held last night at
the residence of Mr. J. J. Baldwin
on Greenville street. A management
committee of five, composed of B. K.
Keyeer. f?llen Sullivan, J. M. Fales,
N. Webb and Rev. Mr. J. H, Gibboney,
The main topic of discussion was a
debate on the question of whether the
United States government should re
quire a literary test for foreign im- ;
migration, aa affecting the religious
life of America. The affirmative of
the proposition won tho debate.
Splendid refreshments were served
by Mn=. Baldwin, assisted by Mrs.
N'jrdln Webb and Mrs. fooksey. Three
new members were enrolled, bringing
the membership up to 21,
It wan decided to have Mr. Uibbou.y
deliver a series of lectures on church
topics during Lent, on Thursday night
of each week during that season. Mls
' sionary mite boxes were distributed, I
the collection from which to go to the !
Foreign. Missionary fund of the|
.Mr. ??borne. . J(v
. Quite III.
Antfersofi people will be pained io]
learn that flf, II. Osborne is quite ill
at his homy on Arlington street. . Mr. j
Osbprrt?V condition Is sucn as\
cause his friend serious a?arm.
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Music for the annual banquet of tho
Anderson Chambers of Commerre,
which Is an Interesting event of Feb.
24, is to be" furnished by the Second I
Regiment Behd. Director "Ilcmbrefe!
making the announcement yesterday.
This announcement will assure all
those who have heard the Second
Regiment Band play that this particu- I
lar feature of--the evening will be]
Entered Heb obi
Miss Tollle Meredith of Westmini
ster arrived In the city yesterday and
tn?tafc\i1at<njt' dV Cecil's Business C?l
legc. "A,T???r> iuNuiiiUoh is growing
more liri?'m?V?tn popular 'favor each !
day'* ;('L' ' i '- 10 I
!" '/:! \::0.
aufson. the popular manager
of the A. W. H alloy Five and Ten
Cents etqrp is confined to his home
bV'tf* severe attack of'la grippe.
MaYtison''has''been- 111 slbco Frld.,
anu' seeni-l (o be'Improving hut slow
/V- 10rt ai - H 11
It was announced from the office
of the Southern .Public Utilities com
A War Time Reformat
tioiu Keal 2 reel spectacular drama
with Grace Cunard end Francis Ford
Saving the Child?
! Joker ComeJj '
Fourth Reel to be Se
Coming tomorrw "THE FIriST
NI/GGKT?? 2 reel Eclair with Bar.
. Thanhouser Dross
Rebecca's Wedding Day'
Key ?ton-Great Conteajr
4th Reel to be selected
Mutual Movies Make Terne Fly.
.j I ' Um _j, i'i; .
TH E A TRK
The Gunmaker of Mos-!
HseebU i reel renters
Hie Child of the Prairiej
The New School Marm
of Green River
Essenr, featuring Frederick Church
Harry Keenan, Lee Wflliard and
4 B?g Reels? 10c i
r any that they had etarted their ma- ]
chine No. 4 at Portman Shoals plant,
and that this would enable the Orr
mill to r?sume? running on full time. (
Every manufacturing industry in tlie'i
city is now back on full time and the!
power people sky that with a fewl
weeks more they will have their
Portman property in splendid shape.
The Orr mill has been running on
half day and half night time nut it
will be much satisfaction to them to
again In; able to run on full time.
A deal to be closed early this j
morning is the sale of Atkins Ice !
('ream parlor, on the square, to the
Piedmont Cafe, by Ueo W. Evans. |
Tin; new owners will assume charge
of the place et once and hereafter will I
conduct the business. George and
Gua are well known all over tow
nand have hundreds of friends who
will be glad to patronize them in
their new undertaking.
At the morning service of the First
Baptist church last Sunday the con
gregation, consisting of probably
1.2000 peoplo, endorsed the mininste
rial union in their efforts to have the
Sabbath observed when it adopted
the following resolution proposed by
Huf us Fant:
**I move-we endorse, support and
co-operate with the Ministerial Union
j of our city in the effort it ia making
for the proper observance of the Sab
Ik Held Out
W. H. Cantleld, of Honea Path, who
was In the city Monday, stated that
he wishes to see uo legislation re
garding the primary. "I believe" said
he. "that the conditions in. the county
are coming around so that there will
be no factionalism in. tin; county this
summer. We all should get together
to select the,best men for the offices,
regardless of party lines. But such
legislation as this might . causai the
was on the winning side last time I
drawing of lines again. As one who
am willing to say let's all get to
gether for the best men for the-offices
Be Held Today.
The final examination for a schol
wUl take place' in Greenville today,
nrsliip from this district to Annapolis,
St. Clair Minor, the sone of C. S. Mi
nor, won an alternates place tn the
prelimanary examination held iast
summer and he will go to Greenville
today and stand this examination.
The f'hal examination for the two
scholarships from this county to An- j
nSolls and West'Point, in which An
derson: boys wtl? compete will not be
Town ville .Han
.'W.'C:.- King.-a ; weir knowh ToVn
viUO man, lias gone to Florida where
hoi Willi ?iidn? some weeks In the hope
Chat 'hiy (health will be benefiited. Mr.
King haa not-enjoyed good health tor
Some time and-1 his many friends
throughout the county hope that he
will be much improved by reason of
Ins stay in the "ladn of flowers."
Miss Elizabeth Harrison, who has
held the posit ion of assistant secre
tary of the Anderson Chamber of
Commerce, has resigned that position
and accepted the post of Secretary Sot
the Pacific Mutual Life Insurance
company. Miss Harrison baa been
succeeded by C. Guy Bowlan, who
entered upon his new duties yester
Preparations are bolng made for the
agricultural gathering and the farm
demonstration work ..which will bo
held at 'Lebanon school next ^Thurs
day. " The rural school Improvement
association of the Lebanon schools
will arrange a. splendid program tor'
Ujc day and on the whole it promises
tp;' be highly interesting. There will
Ibe, ahumber of Anderson educators
to attend t\e event.
For two weeks we are
sending you this paper
free to prove to you the
merits of The Daily In
telligencer. If you like
it, let us know how
GRANDMA NEVER LET
HER HM GET BRE?
Kent her ler.km vnnthfdL dark, ?lawiii
and thick wlih eesanWn garden '
Sage and Sulphur.
When you darken 'your hair with
Sage Tea and Sulphur, no one can tell,
because it's done so naturally, so
evenly. Preparing Gils mixture,
though, at home Is mussy aod trou
blesome. For 60 cents you can buy
at any drag store the remedy-to-use
tonic called "Wyeth'a Sage and Sul
phur Hair Remedy." You just
dampen a sponge or soft brush with
H and draw this through your Sal?
take one email strand at a Gm?. By:
morning all gray hair disappear*,]
and, after another application or two, I
your hair becomes beanUfally dar
kened, glossy and luxriaot. You will '
also discover dandruff Is gone and
hair has stopped falling.
Gray, faded hair, though no dis
. grace. Is a sign of old age, and as we
all desire a youthful and f*tr*e*ire
appearance, get busy at once with
Wytbe'e Sage and Pulphur and, look
SILK MESS ALINE
* ' PETTICOATS
Colors . Tango' Kelly Green>
Black? Congo, Blue. |
Right at the beginning wc conceived the idea that the only
way to build up a substantial business was to give every one a
.'square deal. So, if you have bought anything in the past of us
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and it doesn't come up to what we. toii you. Cime in and let
us make it satisfactory.
J?HN M. IIUBBARD & COMPANY
WHERE OCA I.ITV IS ALWAYS HIGH ER THAN PRICE.
Progressive Bankers Invite Your
TffE-FRl/DE/VT MAAT BANKS MS
Burglars, thieves> And hoid-up men make it their BUSINESS
m the grounti.
They will not tackle the man who has bis money SAFE in
BANK your money and bo fre^ jrVom FEA?-^ejur of bur
Urs, sickness, OLD AGE, or that your wife and children may
some day be in WANT.
i Make OUR ;B.tr.k YOUR tmnk
We pay 4 i'cr cent iutcrcU quarterly.
PEOPLES BANK, - - - - - - Anderson, S. C.
has made a remarkable increase in its business dur
ing the past year. .\
there is a reason for this, try us with a por
your business now?later'you will give us all.
...We Pay Interest on Savings.:.
J. II. Asoersca, Pres. J. Sharaate, rasa.
The Farmers aimdt Merdhsurat?s SWfe
WWfe'^^hbM^ r??o%Hrc?* ?s* a ?i??e ?zs rite ?f Ose
Mffigon Do)f*tg are t&l?ng wj nora new avccov&tc ev>
tr? tUy ikfl g^iv %(?we. ,; * > .** *% %
THfWS MUST BE'A REASON
Small Reposais and ?mdtl loan* are especially desirerj
and art especially a^roeiated and receive especial
attention, folterest paad on depasftft.
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