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FOB HALE?Several hundred cuiis
of tomatoes, our own canning. Will
deliver in lots of one half dozen
or more at $1.20 per dozen No. 31
canti, fl.00 per dozen. No. 2 cans.
Also a few dozen canu of okru and
tomatoes No. 3 at $1.2?. All first
David E. Burress, R. F. D. 2.1
3t. Box 18, City. Phono 2402. j
81 rayed?From A. L. Welch that same;
"cussed" black cow with the chain j
around her neck. Any information!
phone 360. It
For Sale?Gentle mare, will work
any where. 11 years old, weight j
between 900 and 1,000 pounds. Price
.1135.00. Reason for selling good I
Apply to Box 39
2-18-Ctp R F D 2 Anderson I
Eggs, Eggs, Eggo? S. C. Brown Leg-!
horn $1.00 and $2.00 per 15. S. C.
White Leghorn? $1.00 for 15. Barred
Plymouth Rocks $1.00 for 15.
W. E, RASOR.
801 S. Main Street or Hotel Chlquo
la Barber Shop. 2-7-E.O.D-lm
Teas of all VaHtlea. Pay highest]
JNO. A. McGILL,
_The Spot Cash Grocer ;
NOTICE OF ELECTION
? There will be an election at Ham
mond School House for the Hammond
School District No. 3. Saturday, Feb
ruary 21st, 2914.,on the question of
levying a special) tax of six mills on
all of the taxable property ot said!
District, to be ur.cd for General school
purposes. Polls open at 7 a. ru.. and
close at 4 p. m. All voters must ex
hibit registration ticket, and tax re-j
ceipt By order of the County Board |
J. B. FKLTON,
Bosks Audited Systems Installed |
G. B? Walton
Office Evans Building Phone NoJ?l
Two Horse Farm I
See EUGENE. ANDERSON
at Bank Office, over Walter]
? v i^ii ?
Sterilised tools and clsss Usas
used on every customer by First
Claas workmen. Give us a trial
and be convinced. C. A. McClain,
T. C. Farmer, J. L. Rampey.
Your failure to trade with me|
as bods to lose..
W. A. POWER
Eagle Barber Shop
belle vck hotel building
Fresh laundered towels, high grade
tonics and experienced barbera. Our
isotio Is to please our cu?totncrs
call and see us.
C? E. Howela, Manager.
The Oyster King and
Meats and Groceries ]
Let Your Wants be More
W. J. Manes*
We grind into meal any
kind of grains, stalks,!
cobs, corn shucks, hay
and fodder. Work done'
whiie you wait, Bring a ;
load when yon come to.
i Spring Bed Co.
?i.|j|?(iuai.!;?iuj.?j..'-.,.. .jiii'j' ?._
in the year 390P, 7Y7 cslnbllehntenr*
TO BE BUILT
College View Property It Soon
To Boast of One Mile of New
Work will probably ?*iart tili? morn- |
ing on tbe laying of one mile Ol hex
agonal cement walk in that part of IUI
holdings known us College View by |
the Anderson Iteal Estate and In
vestment Comapny, urcording 'to an I
announcement made by tbe olflciulH |
of the company yesterday.
The property to be Improved
seme that were recently opened up]
by the real estate comapny and It bids
fair to soon become one of tbe roost !
popular residential sections In the
city. This property lies Just In the]
rear of the city hospital und the pav
ing to ho dou? will be, for the most
part, on new streets which bave Just|
Certain other avenues, leading out |
to Anderson college, will ahm be pav-|
ed J'y the reaily company and on
Green street, where the paving la toj
be dene, the city will pay for a por-|
tlon of the work, since on that par
ticular Htrcct the real estate company
will derive but littlo benefit, except
The contract for this paving has
of getting in and out.
from the fact tha It provides n way
been let to G. A. Gunter of Atlanta
and this gentleman said yesterday
that he hoped to able to start the
work some time today.
Wfllow Camp Prepares to Enjoy
A Splendid Banquet at the
AU plana fer tbe holding of the an
nual banquet of 'Willow Camp No 26.
Woodmen of the World, which takes
place tonight, have now been complet
ed and the event will be one of the
most enjoyable In every respect that
un; iocK? "Choppers" have experienc
It was announced last night by the
officers of tho camp thut the members
II ?II .-...?...- I? AI-*<.(.. ......
. ? ..* f.in ut i iu kilt; tuanuuit. ....iu
pie at 7:30 where the street car tick
ets to thb park will be issued to thoso
members who have secured ticket*
for the banquet. Owing to the fact
thut the order for tho number of
platte to be served at tho banquet
has already been given, It will be Im
possible for other members to appear
at the last minute and receive atten
tion. This point has-been stressed
by the officers of Willow camp.
With a splendid program arranged
i?nd Rome excellent epeakers secured
for the occasion, there Is no reason
why tonight should not be long re
membered by those members of Wil
low camp who participate.
Insurance Men Are To Make Mer
ry at Annual Meeting in Co
lumbia Next Week
A letter has bem sent to every agent
of the Mutual Benefit Life Insurance
Company In South Carolina by M4 M.
Mattlsca of this city, ?enefui agent
of the company. In which Air. Matti
son urges the representatives to at
tend the meeting to be held In Colum
bia, beginning Feb. 23. .Tills Is un
annual meeting and annually it is
looked forward to*by those connected
with tills well known insurance com
pany as the most pleasant event of the
MT. Mattlson said yesterday that he
expected his company to show the best
record for this year's work In South
Carolina that it had ever presented
and that he was proud of the work
1.: agents in all parts of the State have
A number of officials of the company
I from other States will ba present at
! this- gathering of the South Carolina
I workers and numerous interesting ad
I dresses ara slated.
The headquarters of th? convention
will ho the Jefferson hn??i ??< *
rangements have been made by tho
management of this splendid hostelry
to care for the every want of overy
or,<5 of the Mutual Benefit agents.
Is To Place. Sewerage Linea
On Its Property
Tho regular meeting of the stock-1
1 holders and the directors or the Col
lege Lends Heights Company was held I
In the offlco of T. Allen, attorney at |
law, yes'tevday afternoon.
The business for the most pert was
lof a routine nature, although a change
[of Interest In the directorate was
i nude. G. W. Evans, who ha* been a
j director <it the company, has sold his
stock and '. at yesterday's meeting D.
A. Ix'dbetter was elected to succeed
Mr. f?vans in this capacity.
The stockholders discussed and con
sidered the matter of layin?'a sewer
agi? line thyougk their property and
this action was finally determined up
on, the officers of the cor*?a^y being
authorised to proceed with the work.
With the exception of the one change
la the directorate, no other officers
were changed, all of the old offlc' .is
being redacted. The stockholders ex
pressed themselves ae beln:. -<>'!'
pleased with.the manner (n win
business ot the company had
transacted for the past year and k.itd,
ihrt they had no criticisms to offer.
A lively fight Is on between t'
j Urittah war office and the Caandti
j Militia department The Canadian]
minister of militia declare* that the'
TELEPHONE WIRES I
6Q UNDER GROUND
Southern Bell Telephone Com
pany Send Men Here to Ar
range for Plaicng of Lines
la accordance with a stipulation of
the city council's franchise recently
granted to the Southern Pell Tele
phon? company, the wires of this
company aro to go underground be
fore September first. Not earing to
avail Itself of the entire time granted,
Iths telephone company yesterday sent
u trio of its engineers to Anderson to
look over the ground and to begin
preparations for putting the under
ground conduits in as soon as possible.
The material for the beginning of I
this work is no?v on the way to An
derson and it is expected that it will
arrive any day. Immediately upon
Ils arrival the work will be begun
and the gentloni'.n In the city yester
day said that it would he hurried
along as rapidly an possible, in or
der that there would no more trouble
caused in connection with the trallic
than is absolutely necessnry.
According to these gentil men the
wires will be put beneath the ground
on the following streets. On North
Main street from the square to Greou
vllle street; on South Main struct
from the public .-<,uuro to Morris
street, where Souih Main Street nar
rows down; on West Whitnor street
from the square to. Peoples street, and
on East Whitnor street to. Manning
The telephono company expects to
Invest approximately JlOO.uuO in im
provements in Anderson! which shown
thnt the telephone people, as well an
other people who hftvb business inter
ests In this city, know thai Anderson
has n future.
Southern Railway Agrees to Run;
Trains Nos. 41 and 42 to
Anderson people will be much
nleased to learn that the Southern!
Railway has agreed to run trains Nos. j
41 and 42 on to Westminister, im- !
proving by ninety por cent the facl
lltlds for reaching Anderson from
that place. The benefit that will re- ]
suit to Westminister people and An
derson peoplo alike from this move. I
can hardly bo calculated, as it will
now be possible for the people resid
ing at Westminister to du the best
part of their shopping in Anderson,
whenever it may be necessary for!
them tc leave their ovjrp, town. !
This matter has been pending for a;
long time and the announcement that*
It ha? at last been settled will be re-1
coived with pleasure on the part of
the entire population of both Ander- j
son and Westminister.
Keprosentative A. Mitchell Pulmu
will be a candidate in the democm
primaries for governor of Peunsvli
nia and .justice S. i^esiio ?us
will make thu" race for the ?3tt%a,
Condensed statement of the Unat
cial condition of the BANK OF
DMISOK. Anderson, S. ?.. at ttfji
close of business January 13, 1914
shown by the regular report
to the State Bank Examiner.
Loans and Discounts . .$ 900,287
Overdrafts .t. ..25.?2
Bonds and Stocks .... .. 6,850.
Real Estate _ 55^540
Cash and due from Banks 161,3?
Cantla! R??cV.* 1^.0*0
Undivided Profits" (Net).. 62,475
Dividends Unpaid. 1,78
Deposits, Individual 1764,871.62
Deposits .Bank ?.851.65
Bills Payable . . 25,000
Interest eeasne'anded quarterly
The Bank for the Corperatlon?
Firm-the Individual?In fact fer
erybedy. Come In and pay H a v
TUB BANK Or ANDERSON,
Anderson, S. fti
The Strongest Baas. I? .lbs
SAFE SOUND JPROJIRKSSf??
The Busy Bee Cafe
Overhead Bridge? Ahead ol ,
New, Neat Clean, Sanitary
Prompt Service tend Ptof
Quick orders a
^r?BR8 TAKEN NOW
. 4 and day old chicks.
Ui.it Plymouth Rock?Prise
stock In Augusta, Atlanta, etc.
Fawn i notan Runner Ducks <V*
at Helton end other fairs.)
: Turkeys?Vure or also
With Virginia '?t??? turkeyn.
ig ?.\-?ckerels Caprohed so can
Will gladly answer ail foquireys.
?, V. HOLLAND,
Anderson, - - - ? - * Bv
PROF. HARPEk tO
To Conduct Co-operative Pgf
chasing P/anch al Loui?ville?v
lelllt-on ('Olk g<!, Feh. IS.? :'"0(<.
X. Harper, director of t ugri. ilttirat
department <>r riemson ' olle; . -ims
accepted asi Inv.tutlou tu <ond>: t i o ie
:>f the conferences at tl < mil ''apr
nice Tor Education in 'ie. ;t&? ts
>e held in Lou.isvilte, ! > , ApilK to
10, inclusive. Prof. H-rper v. lUji-na?
duct the conference doling ith in
cooperative purchase of supidiog, or*
ganising tliose who m< > t wit.: htm n-|
to mi association for t ie pn i'.B*<' oil
farm requirements, und <i 'do ngl
1' 's idea through the four dir. s 01 :hy|
The general subject of tin -'onf'-r
ence for E?ucatlon in the South . t isl
;^e.ir it; to be, how to crgani/.u ;.i;d|
build up country life. Tliero will <
seven cooperative agrieultur.il >
ciutions. demonstratio.)? for bo:-.'
girls' and women's clubs, a mo<l<
country churcli, and a model cofptr:
school. Thu nucleus cf the comerem
on the country-school will be the fan.
school at Rock 11111.
Farmers' cooperative work i to i>
t!>o thing chi?flv stressed at t'.ic con
foronc. In each of the seven agricul
tural conferences, the farmors a :>o atj
tend will bp; organized into an aasoJ
cation on the first day and Che asso-l
ciation \\\U be conducted durliu ta<
four day.- a-< if it wn3 intendcii to'lxl
permanent; The aim will be to givt
the rr.c;i who attead 6omc real worklnc
knowledge of fanners' cooperative as]
PRKSIhl-XT AM) ATTORNEY
( KXF.RAl, IIAVK INTEUVIK?
?$y Associated Press.)
Washington, Feb. 18.?Prssideni
Wilson and Attorney General Mc\
Reynolds ypent two hours tonight
the White House examining in detai
valions bills pending before Congress
dealing with the trust problem.
?%a? the iirtii opportunity the Preai
dent has had for long and detailed di.?
cm sion on the subject with the chlel
legal o/Hcer cf the government
though tlioy have benn fn^brief con
ference frequently before."
Xo announcements were mide after
ward, the attorney general expressini
the opinion that the whole qucstlor
would have, to bo worked out grad
ually; init id or of the yrinoipk
the administration desires embodied ii:
the proposed ^legislation waa gainet
from an authoritative quarter.
Some of the proposals in the tentai
Itlve measures on which hearings arc[
being held, will bo entirely revnmpec
und others- will ho dropped, .so as tc
make the legal machinery carry inj
out the propooed reforms as simple tu\
What theradmlnletratlon is dealroun
[of doing is to add stich legislation as
I will help- tb prevent monopoly, buiBJ
will in no way increase tho already!
debatable area arouud the antl-trussj
1 j. - u'_1 - -~_
' .i: ', < '.
[President aJid the att
ire likely and the ideas
jably will be'transmitted
of both prob
in form all v ir
jrite cmj'liaiiis at present Is on tno
?urely tentative and iaunched chleflyj
for purposes of discussion.
t\ VU 11 A>' 1 ST AN ;1>BTE KJll 5 ?1} _
Ttr r,t?xir OV? 'S Aii^i
or the Emir
ore of w
or the v
Iwork is be!
xa.lt for a
ft- vit foreign
Um F nu
and Miss Irma
lito, today were
a power house
i, the pur
. a factory
Li ad been
11 IN SENATE
kc<>iU$LUC? .from !ir '.ago.I
ctjrb 't to permit on: own ship*
igtee in our domestic cuimcr.o to
a $r< igh free of to!!* we -aw lit.
|D o*\. Lui England "lajn.u tant
Iii? n; st not ! c ujif liuoiii lior
onsen : though lier si.ip cannot im
age ii. our domestic c<> -mer e, anJ
ho,'ha not directly or hid&eetly in
esfed :t dollar in the cot.?tructlon or
ho cai al/j
Concluding after frequent iuterrup
lon?, i?? Kansas seimi r declared jI
b?fre light to save t!. ' griii of the J
ran*-< intlnental railroads cannot he'
ililder. behind our reh Ions to for
Ign countries or tlie s.Jlrtfc of the
'resident of the 1'nlteil States.
Senator Owen of Oklahoma, waB the'|
'at to rise to the President's de- ',
na?. He assorted thai lie conscience
no democrat wa3 lr Und by the j
lbltfinorc platform on life tolls ques-:
tWn be: auae it did not represent tho
stber judgrnent of the party on that
ISenalor phamberlum of Oregon, |
wliVyoiced the I.rst fo lasl opposition
tel the President wit In* the party ||
Vit; Je ; . nuii?i r of history that the'l
rai uy.s (.r this country, particularly A
the trans-continental railways, pre-;|
v<iOt'(d the con.-tructU ;: o! tho Panama
Oaiiil fer .ears, and vh(the ?jucs- il
tlon of granting teamwise- vessels 'I
free'.om from toll? v under discus-'l
alon here Inithe SenutS, those, of us i|
who knew the lobbyists of the rail
way 'c.m'.ianlos conl'i lo>k up In any-|
of tin galleries would recognize the
fn: en<if Mr.'g^iwer n and other men :
who '.e^ lobbying for the i ail way
CcmpunieB here ::nd opposing this part
c? th< Panam* Cansl ac t. Having fail-'I
od to tlofeat tin- building of .he -anal, I
they i. :;v invade the field of dlplo-II
"V/li :e nie wo folng to stop? Are!
go'-:;g to i;?i?;.? to un insistence!
which may be inadi hereafter by some j
Foreign iwwer agtinst railway-owned !
ships <pa.?lng through the cnnal? That;
violates the treafv as mush as the:
free toils provision. Aro we going to'
dlsmanth our forts? Are we going
to cay t at our naval vessels must il
pay tolls:" . I
Senator AfcOur.ber, republican, re
piled brie'.ly in the President's de
fense, declaring he did not join with I
Senator Urintow in charging tliat t :c:|
President was t in "tool or the trans
Senator S?iivl-y, ac ting chairman of I
tho foreign rel Etions' commit*^, end - :
ed the dlBcusi?ip with the dec?irationl
that there were two sides to the une*
tlon which Congress would settle andj
that the President needed no defense.!
"Tho .J?xo.-iident'B ?option," r.ahi!
ne. 'ia well understood by the couu
try. and tlie difficulties of the situation!
are likewise understood by the coun
try." , ;.
Feb. The see
m of the convention of
v.urivoiiiu to developing; j
the expahatj&n 4H
Among trie s
'Y.ari' . I.
A.. U Ramer of
Campi : o. >
cocretary of tV.
Tho "seaslon? tor
with foreign m
of Price's ho'
? ?., ?VII Iii
- 1 "', " 1
lit Every Department,!
WE have on display today, a new lot of SUITS
and DRESSES, came on last express. E ery
Ra ment different from the rest, and by far the
prettiest ever shown in this city.
In Crr-pe*j N'els,
Stylos are shown
in this new lot .<>?
twiists. Co nie
ami soe them.
)?u will iind
Just arrived by
ex press. .
X?W ON HALE'
All over, Linen,
finny, Y??? tor
chon, nnd every
Sonic of Hie pret
tiest patterns yon
ever saw in tills
Of every \olor
nnd shade. The
part of this do.
piirtmnet v.< the
Is (he ?1ST!
"Something now "
in cus*iain material.
Voile with Persian
Beider. Ask to see
this new arrival
offerings that are
Examine the Qual
Mrs. B..'.Graves Boyd
W. Side Public Square Anderson, S. C.
GBJE?TEaF SALE IS ?Hc HiSTOR? OF ?U? i)|siNESS
This month vv?nd?ng uo our 12th **ar ?a Ste?*cAit? Busi
ness in Anderson. We prop?aed to make tbia'j&r great
e?t ?sie, and it's reach! tg our every espe*:?^
member, this Sale continues until ntxt Monday i
Special Friday, Feb.. .20.
200 AD Silk Mesalins petticoats, the liind oS
so much fuse about, at$l..9& esch
Friday at $1.19 each.
?LJU a M1?5 WEiE-ii mit/ iuvj
200 or more Ladies' French House Dresses,
44, v,orih $1.00, $1.25 and $1.50, all colore.
V ' only 79c each.
III "jftfin ?
f ; *??c Apron li&tg
only 5c y
40 inch bee* 25c while Rice Cloth? g? $
35c whi2c. Embroidered Crepes? ^| 20k
36 m*b, *t>c white Lawas---?
32 inch iOc Gro?/ham?~
|j All sixes in Men's IPaa** values up to %
Loi? of better Pan** in portion.