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ANDERSON REAL ESTATE ft
fi. H. Hoi lou, L. S. Horton,
President V. President
W. P. Marnhull, Sec
Own a Home in College |
Condensed statement of the finan
cial condition ot
The Bank of Anderson!
Anderson, S. C., at tts close ot busi
ness, March 4, 1914, as shown bj]
I statement made to the State Bank Ex
LoanB and Discounts ..$ 1,036,641.02
"Bond and Stocks ...... 3,630.00
?Real Estate .. .. .. ... 313,540.00
Due from Banks aud Bank
Cash and Cash Items .. 24,919.00
1,1 ABILITIES :
Capital Stock P?#l In.. .;$ 150.000.00J
Surplus Fund-. 150,000"
Undivided Profits .. .. 76.4$9u_
Dlvidends Unpaid .. . . 244.00
Deposits, Individual 8745.970.1.
Tlannolfi flu ?lr M9D&i? .
Tota".. .. . .f i,l?5,973.CS
solicits your eccounut
Pays interest ss. Sav
ings Accounts. ^uu-i
The Bank * of Anderson
The Strongest Bank In the County
SAFE SOUND ' PBOGBS&TTEl
Stand in the Light
of Yow Child's Success
In the days. . children's!
glasses w ett \ makeshifts ?on
mimili WCII Il?V? IlC?il?lCu ?uvUi
glasses for them.
To-day when our. glasses wade es
pecially for an?* ?Uod to your chil
dren mesa better * school work, hap-,
py, healthier and belter behaved
youngsters, you cannot afford to hosl-i
. tate. i
B?? . a-^g. ^ftz" ;:.?d ether
ocular defects which our ?toases will
rel (eire, handicap children av afflict-!
Hits' Prescriptions Fiiied.
cilia'' who Jsnows
Ol I E. ???LEH?L&
ALL EXA??NAljlONS FREE
Walter EL Keese
l^e Progresa?v? Jewelry St or?
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. maxAHMUt af tao Hie:Ear, Nese *!
? aad 'TWoas ~ ?M??t rum "1
* Hearst *|
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After ihe Successful "Clean-UP" Campaign in the Mill Villages, Comes the Natural Successor, the Contest for Prize^ for; the Best
. Garden's. The Cartoonist of The Comiari, C W. Fant, Shows That the Boys are Getting Intrested. In addition to'the Y. M. C.
A.'s Prize Offer, the Brogon, Riverside and toxaway JWHIS, eacnis ?rieririg iso in u?sn Frizes. Plant vegetables, Haye Plenty tor
the Table, Have Attractive Homes and Perhasp Some Vegetable; Td Sell. % . '.ty,fr .'**.
. . i .' _ .-. - ? ?_?.
TALK NOW HEARD OF
OTHER TOWNS GETTING
READY FOR SEASON
STOUCH AT WORK
Anderson May Organise Team to
Compete "With Greenwood
The bright. Anny days of the last I
?cw weeks broKht to liaht the feet I
that all baseba*n spirit in Anderson,
ia not dead. It has certainly been
asleep and one could hardly believe
th** it le very wide^fejafee yet, sst still
there are a few fansjdeft'clamoring for
the national game. ' lt ls new pro
posed that Anderson organize either.a
semi-professional or a' strictly ama?
tour team to p'ay two or three games
legch; week' here.-j ? There is nc little,
material and lt nr a* foregone conclu
isipn- that Anderson people would go<
?out to see thjfu'vhomo hopes" play eren
'though' they^would not care'for a pro*,
fsssional gamo. .
?' Grefenw?* has already ' organised
and is getting a team into ehape. Tho
following is what <he. Greenville
NBWS hasJto say of fitobch's activities:
/ "Tommie" C. Btcucli, erstwhile man-'
ager of the Greenville baseball club
pfij^Woll known, thtjo'?jghout the coun
try as a baseball player and manager,
?has denied the resort that he will man
age the McKceapoVt, Pa:. Cub this sea
son; Stouch said yesterday:,
f, "It la true thai ?he nsjesident of the
Pennsylvania ' anrfc safest Virginia
leaauo haa mad? ma un r\tf?>r trt m mn
?ago tho ?fcKeesport club and while I
? was tempted to acspt /be offer I have
since decided thas Ii win ' remain in
Greenville. I havaoarefully surveyed
the local baseball Vwatlon and have
come to thc conclusion that l can or
ganize a fast amateur team here and
will pH tty club against Greenwood,
.?tui?c. oL-'CJ uiauurn ana oiirer Eijch
towns during the season. I will try tu
ar ranga for two JtattSse Sn week, or a
igame each Saturday*arrearV
"Thc trutb ot the matter is the erst
while manager loves Greenville. Hie
famtiy is here, too, ania If ts not likely
that he wjl! leave the city any time
koon. "Tommie," aa-ha ts known in
tho baseball' world, usa played and
? man managed baseball in the east and
south for 20 ywu^. fcf^? bj^k st last
"settled*' In Greenvin? and it ls vor?
?likely nc will stick to bia "home town?'
tbjaxT stay out of-bascy)pi$ unless ho eau
be connected with a profssslcmal club
?put out by this city. -
1 "Tommie" Mft?Ojyeateril?y that
Athens and Greenwood had erggateed
fast amateur teams and stated that he
would play these; Miff *du*?ng tho
f.ummer. He aaa devoiopea many
players in and near Greenville and
wi? 5$??feiy put other* out in "big?
baxoba??; before be qttttd' thc gtusn^mf '
I good. To '"Tommls'l Stench ' ls du?,
moro than 'any ptjerjltae credit of find
THE LOST T?!AMfO?*I>
, 3 r?e?r> aataral Color
Toaraday, April 2nd.
? o o o o o o o o o o o o
lng Joe Jackton and showing the base
ball magnates what he could,do.
"Greenville will have*baseball nert
year if fighting connie for anything,
and It is probable that Stench will fig
ure prominently in getting . together
Miss. Carlington Has Been itt.
It was stated In The Intelligencer
of yesterday that. Mles Garling ten had
inspected the Wllliamston schools oil
Monday. This waa an error, as Miss
Garlington was ill and did not mako
the trip, as Intended., Miss GarUng ton
has been suffering with a severe *t
tack og tho grip for three weeks.
REV. K. CL FINIiAY
TO SPEAK HERE
Popular Columbia Pastor to De
Rev. Kirk mun G. Finlay, rector ot
Trinity church in Columbia, and on$j
of the beBt known ministers in South
Carolina, has accepted tho invitation
io deliver the principal address at the
laying of the cornerstone of the new
Elks' Home lu Anderson. Ae letftsferfl
waa received Tuesday by the commit
tee recently appointed to. secure an]
.orator, in vwhich. Mr.. Finlay uceptedl
the invitation. - -j
This event will be oar April 16 and J
the/Services wiil be very impressive
hiisrestihg. Ths ritn?listic
work, will be a feature. It was said
last 'night that a general Invitation
I had! ben extepded to ail lodges ot the
state tb be present for the ocaaaiori
and it is probable that, there will be A
number of prominent Elks from vari
ous parts of South Carolina la Ander
son on that date.
The local lodge was fortunate in be
ing ame to secure Mr. Finlay. He ie
mw Sp?CSdid vpv?mvTT . ?Ttu wu! UJM^y
a great impression upon his hearers,
when he comes to Ander sou. Ho was
once rector at Clemson Col toge, and
fmany friends in Anderson.
.??-?T*"*, a v sw?*^?2*w*l
ivavxA^ l/ft I 1^ IVS O 1
Axe Hannie Was Chief Weapon \
in Set-to Between Two Well
Known Anaerson Folk
A pitched ha'.'V} occurred lc Antic -
' -?n Mo,.?n> .dgiit and the tw?v partie-:
pants :jr? ttsp?i*Ihie for jfe-v.t -tbv?.
tmnr.? time, tA.t tr- up lu noir-.* cerct'
v.vterday tn I ? cr' ig the Ott Ut?t' ;
o .lic? ljir?ft*r sj i*?ar the listad* ?f >
H. Golly and C N Situer?an, ehiirge?
*<.!? iiiioi**toi ly conduct. Itsoe?na tn*;
Gully, who ls a barber, entered Suth
erland's store Monday night and anada I
tn. -T^t;c~t thst z. check bs c?wh?d for
him. The proprietor of tho store re
Ipnd the request and then hot wonda,
were passed. Gully Alleges that he
had started to Have the store, after
ottering a fight, when the latter sott
ed sn ?xe handle and fell upon hin).
Gully suffered a broken band and his
head wss severely cot.
took up about two hours' time and re- j
snlt'fd In Sutherland hoing fined $10
while Gally was taxed 85. However,
this was not the end of the essa, sjsr*
later In the afternoon Gully secured
a warrant from Magistrate Broadweil,
charging Sutherland wstn aesatttt and
bittery with 3nt?t to kill. When ar
rested the. d?tendant appeared hetoro J
axagtetrate and put op bond for hi? ap-j
pcArsnce In the sum of 1200,
DERSON YOUTH WILL
JEROME BECK pN ^THE DE
FENSE OF JOHN E. COOK
Local School ??y Has Fino
Chance of Winning If?,,
? representative of the ,Anderson
High School, Jerome Beck, who aili
gc tc ?Jrec**v???c next Friday ?.cd Sat
urday to participate in the Piechuont.
Or?tc*?eai contest, has ? . eploadid
chance to win, according w> thor? ]
who have lizard ??r. Beck's oration. j
The oratorical contest will be held 1
tn Use auditorium cf the Greenville
Female College, beginning at 8:30
o'clock. Thc auditorium ^il-bo *axed
to capacity "aa it hrs boen On similar
occasions in the past. The pupils ot
each school will be on hand with their
colore &nd will make their presence
known with the school yells and in
other ways. The rivalry on such oc
casions is always lptonse.
The athletic meet will be held Sat
urday at League Park. The prelim
inaries will be held in the morning at
PflHrTTryflBBTnT 'tm um "**~ 5 o'c"eek
in the afternoon. Dr. Calhoun of
CUemson College will have charge ot j
ar*Mteslon fee ot 15 cents for
ran anti 25 cents for adults will
bo chargod for the oratorical and also
the track meet . This fee ls
solely ia* ardor .that the ex
of the occasion may be met
hundrad SD^?lve*hundr?d visitors will
pe? rn?^ey*6hy for tho oratorical and
athletic to.ents. Entertainment tor]
those wno.come from the'. * several
schools wll be accorded by Fiirmau
University!, Furman Fitting Cchool,
Centr?! High school and Y. KL C. A.
-, . Urdgg nf Snnit lr lng.
The ?^etters their ?MM*^ ?_??d
the order in which they apeak in thu
contest Friday night at 8:30 o'clock
Ia bare gittea:
PORM^;idy : - chiin?^38*?**r*r
Subject, "A Soldier of France."
S 2. Bealey: Osborn o Williams,!
speaker. Subject.. "Tho WlHMlraWal
from the Union,''ny Jefferson Davis.
3. Fountain Inn. (Not yet an
4. Seneca : WUHe Austin., * 8ttbject,
."Death ot a Traitor," by George Lap
pf>rd. . :
|^g|feWVtatminater: Pritchard Payseur.
atrbieo^tAtnarica's MUstOn." by V/. j.
fi ryun. '
6. Furman' Flrtteg Seheo?: P-iyv.-"
?tense of Hooper.'
high school : Hoary
8. oreac ville : Dakyna 4tpi
Subjefe* ?Tsiy?afistber. My tv
God," by W. P. Hc-Teer.
5>. RicbardenaNW. ebrsb s abr
9. 'Richland: John Cos. Subject,
"Tho Death of Lafayette," by Sergeant
Prentiss. ^ J
The iudgse for th!? contest are
rne of Spf-Ttaabvrg,
?mon ano Uralter M.
" Ff htea.
Which wino first place
trophy esp given
C. *C Band of ibis city.
Tho cup le now held by Walhalla.
The speaker who. wins drat plane
will not only take til IB honor'io his ti
schcol, but will also receive tor him
self a gold medal given by Mr. H. En
del, of thia city. The winner of sec
ond place wil be awarded with a medal
given by Dr. Smith of Eaaley.
The pleasure of the event at the &.
F. C.. will be enhanced by the music
which will be furnished by thc Swift
J. C. DUCKWORTH WILL
EQUALIZATION BOARD HELD
\> . ? ? ' . . ?
Several Appeared Yesterday to
Register Complaints Before
Thc equalization board for Anderson
county convened In the court house
yesterday shortly after noon, and 'took
up thu regular order of business.
Winston Smith, county auditor, read
the minutes of the meeting held on
March 24 last year and these wert*
adopted with a fer: alterations and
corrections. c 'il
A number of complaints were heard I
from various sections ot the county,,
ou the raising of the figures in these
districts, but happily, lt was possible
to adjust all of these by the confer
ence between the representatives of
the parties concerned. ?
The meeting waa presided over by
John G.Harris^of Belton, while J. T. I
TTf??i.? ?loo of o??io?, wnm sv?octeo ssl
ftacratarv of the meeting. These gen
tlement filled their offices in a mau uer
to meet with tbe approval of the d?l
Oho ot the most Interesting actions
taken at the meeting yesterday was
that of selecting the represent? live
i ?rorr, Ariav?T?mi ?uui:u io R?inni? ihn1!
.sseting cf tbs State SviU??i<>?tioa
Board, which meets in Columbia next
month. The convention took a vote on
this and selected* J. C. Duckworth of
Williamston. Hr. Duckworth was the
representativo from Anderson county
last year and no more efficient man.''*
?said have been found for this duty.
The explanation of the several com
plaints lodged with the meeting yes
terday ia ht the fact ?' at thia is *h
year for the re-asses::, ug of ta? iwl
estate* values of tho county. tbh
comes but once every four years and
had it not been for thia fact the meet
ing would probably, have been of short
duration, and wiuid? have adjourned
in muck shorter time.
ANDERSON MEN J
Message Received Here Tailing of I
? the Death of Jae. R. Fagot'' j
i In Atlanta I
? ; -o- .
James Xl. Padget, a relative Ot Mrs.
J. P. Sullivan, WI A. Vandiver and J.
fl. Vaedtver, died at bia horns ta Atlan
ta Monday night, accoro^ a> infor
mation received here yesterday.. He
*a? 64 yeera of age.
Mr. Padget was well known In An
?v?woa. ??u uw ?sniber? o? ??i?mim^ ~
here who will be deeply pained to hear
ot his death.
. ? " . ' V* :':'.V y
can lead a horse to water
can determine just how
much an Ad in the paper
ie ty r\ rf li Ky tho mciiHc
you get from it.
possibly haVen't been
getting the desired re
sults from your adver
There's a Reason !
can increase your busi
npcc_coll at*af_^ a ? . e~ ?
ply your every want-by
A D V ER T-?-S-I-N-G
\Mt*9-%rg* Got E??* ?'
Two Mors Care of
Good Mules and Horses
G:ome look them over and se
lect thc one you want, there are
some extra good ones in this lot;
and the price is a small considera
tion, as we sell for cash.
-ANDERSON, S. C.'
A. M. Sharpe & Co.
when in the market for
GOT THE BEST ?
KISSES! KISSES! ?
. Just received a, fresh rhlp- *
. ment, pure end sweet, five cents .
. - quart. W? exe makins tee cream *
. everday now. *
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