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I BOA? ?AX NOTICE
Tho time for paying commutation
road tax haft been extended.hy the
Board anti! May 1st. after which tittt?
the booka will be turned over to the
collectors and the usual penalty will
J\. Mack Klag, County Supervisor,
??JBXIC KOA!) NOTICE *
/Bb* public is warned one more
thae against filling up the drains of
public roads with sassafras sprouts
.od briars. Also against plowing
l&to the roads. I am spending tha
<Jeunty'o money and why do you per?
eist in ever doing tn this careless
atAnner what we spend your money
to keep Up. Some day patience wRi
daine to be a virtue. Then there ls law '
against the practice. Moase stop.
^ J^Maek King, County Supervisor.
NOIKCE OF ELECTION.
^Tuore will be an election lu Leben?j
owrahool District at Lebanon school
house tai- Saturday 18th day -of April,
HU, for the pnrposo of levying bonde
on said district in tho sum of 15,000.
tp ba used for the purpose of erecting
a schoolhouse in said district. Elect
ors tenet live In said district and ex
olbit tax receipt and registration* car-j
traste, or tbsy will not be allowed
tb vote. Polls open 7 e. m. closet si
p. m 4-9 lOt DAW]
C. M. Robbins,
j TM. WelbaT,
Notice is hereby given that ?ha next I
regular teachers' examination will be ?
held on Friday, May 1 at the court
BBB th Anderson. All teachers I
wiipea" ??Rltle?tef \explre this year 11
abo ali those teachers teaching hero
o? certificates from, other counties I
fW?8*$u&tdd tb be present arri stand
thia examination. The examination I
. wt! ! bo baaed on subjects ordinarily I
X?ii:tor teacher^ 'examination andi
-witt wara promptly at a o'clock. i
UbUl Mayl J. B. FULTON,
Supt; Education for Andersen Cn. I
NOTICE TO CR?MT?BS.
ii peiaons he vg claims against]
the estate of Jno. T. Ligon, deceased,!
hcrcby.notifisd to prcBent thom j
properly proven, to thc 'undersigned,
whin the time prescribed by law and,
tho?? indebted to make settlement.
MARION T. LIGON.
OfSblag ol Books of Hobserrptton*
u i South t'nrollna.
.County of Greenville.
^Ppreumi to. a commission issued to
V uke\undersigned, as corporators, by
?lft.secrstary of state. April tho 2nd,
If **, action ls hereby given that books
oj. subscription to the capital stock
voia ijoituug't&mpany of
.n wiH bo opened in the office
- ' ?M - o-Coltt Bottling Company of
Ahrsen. S. C., on April 14, 1014. ut
xviii ?'tati? ? "????linii j
a fi?.ooo. divided into onojiun-]
ui.VM?,6n?rmi v>? T.?;t7 jmf V?i?i??: ?f Oii?-j
h?|i????d d?>????ni riech, Vr'??ii ii? i?rittci-l
gil; place 'ol, business at Anderson, ?.
C.. and will b? empowered to innn u fea
ture, and eetl "(Jhetr?-Oola" und other
soft'drinks, and generally exercise all
Power? 'conferred by law on bn*?n???
W. W. Powell,
A. P. Spence,
C. O. Lott.
'?' T. C. Cleveland.
LT? OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
?onnty cf Anderson.
L'-'- ? VWUSB MItV?VMmO?i PlcaS.
.jj&hhlo?s lor Hellet (complainant j
Tfl th* ?W?id?nt, J. W. Mftchell t
Vbu an* hereby summoned and re
sHH^HBBnrer the complaint in this
vvhteh a copy U herow.lth
.^ift?^inoh you. and to serve a copy
nwef to the said complaint
oh i he subscribers at their offices at
Bleckley building. Anderson, 8. C.,
within twenty days attar the 'avrvice
U%W.*i .CK??IIS?TV ?? -ihr uaty ?&wMm
svtarM?; and If you fall to answer the
edpjplalut within the time aforesaid;
; 'intlff in *',?ls sctlon will apply
> . . ? c?urt'tor the relief demanded In
? ? Cobham, Watkins & Allen,
Jas. ?t.fcearnian, C. C. C. C
April 10, 1614
TV &' W: ' MitchelL Absen? Detend
4 ; Y or. .Witt tal? hot Ht?-That tb?
..mptaia in thia action
i.y. . ?-> T ..-4>I.-JI .?."
MBrp mw wVjr ??iwM ?nm ??? V?M?.
nf tlx* derk nt the Court nf-Ootmno,
POK SALE-Cheap; ?ne brand new
I Tera ?Pond piano; one brand new
huger and barbea*; ono mu)? and t
horsed. 8ee me at once. Sadler's
garage. 4-? it
Per Hale-White Indian Runner Duck
eggs at 11.60 per thirteen. Patten
Htraln. Wmiers at Madison Square
Oak Grove Farm,
3-31 ' t Anderson, 8. C
FOB BAIE-600 day old chicks 12
1-? to 16 cents each; coming off
Tuesday and Saturday; Buff and
Barred Plymouth Rocka; Buff and
Brown Leghorns; matches off every
week. D. C. Holland. Phono Coun
try operator 3303.
FOB HALE- Asplehdld Tennessee
driving horse,' young, sound and
gentle; also a rubber tire Colum
<bus buggy and a carriage, both
practically good aa new. Apply to
C. R. Earle. M-'ML
I y J r H ^ . H.' m* . ? ' '
WANTED-Tho ladies to know that
I have the best, curling fluid that,
can bei bought. _On salo at M&rttn'f
uruK Shim or Garvin Barber auity
Price 11.00 per bottle. D. C. Garvin
We liave. over 200 pew rebuilt sad
second hand typewriters for quick
salo, cheap. AU makes. Prjce
sheet on roquent. J. K..Crayton *
Co., Charlotte, N. C.
LOST- Botwucn M?o?$-Wll8on'a and
John M. Hubbard's, plain gold cross
about 3-incit tong. Finder return to
John M. Hubbard, abd receive 1 re
V want 343-lt
JVC SMITH- of New York Wry
tuudiii r?jig|rr^r?r? rt irnpn nnir
all kinds cf musical Instruments re
paired, w fi lieut going to the Factor/.
Finten jshfs of s^tnrif work.
Headquarters gi rf HUH A SPEAK.
MA? wtttai?? UAIIUV nu^i?|a? niJv
Anderson, 8, i%
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* . CASEY A FANT *
* ARCHITECTS *
* Anderson* So ?, *|
* Brown Office Building. *
* Second' Floor/. Phone 269 ?
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o -SEE- o
o ; BRONCHO BIL?.Y o
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0 RED MEN ?
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* SAYRE * BALDW?N *
i* ARCHITECTS *
* Bleckley Bldg. Anderson, S. C. J
? athens National Bank Bldg. ?
ai s* e a * ? . ?
^mmm^m^*m^m^Tt,. " HUM
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.* earn, se i p. sn? a p, as. se ? a> as? - ,
* . sVentags by Appointment ' * !
* T?*PH0NlSBTO?ri1>ir ?
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?*?C?t7 MU CS iCW CMgKCO
ti?rs more ^ccepffi?blo
I than a pink br biowa
weil seieateti CA??EO. j
A beautiful Eastertide wedding was I
Hint of M Un Bessie ti tenn to Robert!
C. McDonald, Jr.. et the home of the
bride's father. Mr. W. Henry Glenn,
The parlor hall and stairway wer?
decorated In whiis und green, ferns,
palms and vines being used. Tho
parlor w?.a darkened and Hehn; from
many candles beautified thf. wedding
?cone. In tun other rooms purple
rlolets and hyacinths were used, pur
Ble being tho bride's favorite color.
lendelsROhn'n 'wedding march was]
rendered hy Misa Helen Bur ross, at
tim firm drains of which Misses Mary|
Lipscomb and Gertrude Doutait enter
ed currying wide tulle ribbons form
lng un a'sle. Rev. John F. Vines then
took iilr, place tn front of the altar,
which was hanked high with palms
nd fer iv--. Next came Misses Hose!
Rlllroalli and Jean Harris. All four
lof the bridesmaids were dressed in
Iwhlte 'lingerie dresses and carried
Jround bouquets of purple hyacinths,
?Then entered four dames-Mesdames
W. 1). Workman, L. James Wllhlto,
Jako W, Sullivan, E. P. Cofleld. Next
natue ui<i ne?i man, George Willi? find
(the Kroom, Hubert McDonald, followed
by the lillie ring bearer, Mdster Rol
ly Sullivan MIBS Annabel Glenn,
Who young mold of honor carno In, then]
llhe two dainty Httlo flower girls. Mar
garet and Elfreda Glenn, BcatteruiR
white hyacinths In the path of the
(bride, who entered on tho arm of ber
brother. John Glenn. During the sol
|?n>n mid Impressive ceremony soft
music war: played by aP.ns Burrcss.
Tho LrldQ never looked more beautiful
than nho'did as she stood st the altar
dressed ir? .white crepe meteor, entrain
Jtrlmmed with chllTou und pearls. Ure
llobg voil, was arranged over her bair
land held by a coronet of white hya
Ipratha and ber shower bouquet was of
Itlve sante (lower.; After congratula
tions a salad conree was served by a
bevy ot young slrla.
i no bride H Boing away sail WMI|
with bat and gloves to match, j
slipped away going on a bridal!
for h week, then they will be at J
.3 to their friends et Huntersvlllo,
N.'C, Where the groom ls superinten
|dent'of a cotton mill.
T?.C-5 h3i**ii?"r to rcr,f>'vn ware: Mn I
E. P. VandTvb? Mrs. Rufus Bur ress,
Mrs. Minnib Milford. Miss Basle MaJ-|
Or, Miss Gertrude Burress. Tho dln
ng ropm waa presided? over by Mrs.
, M. Sullivan and Miss Nellie Barton,
"he! out-of-town guests wore Hist Ha
Gllreath, Greenville; Misa Q?r
-M Douthit, Sandy Springs; M ra. L.
Jnmcp Wilwhlte. Cuattabooga. Tenn.,
MIIBK Mary Lipscomb, Ninety-six; Mira.
W. D. Workman, Greenwood; Mr. abd
M??. Herbert McDonald and elater;
Mrs. B0)1, Charlotte. N. O ', Mr. George
Willis, Charlotte, N. C.; Mr. and Mrs.
Jeter. Glehn, Sandy Springs and Mr.
A. ?C. Sanders, Columbia, tl. c.
Br Jd PI Honored.
i' ?h honor of Miss Bessie Glonn, Mrs.
Julian cijnhflcalea entsrulhed on Sat
urday morning at her home Hickory
Killi. The house waa decorated with
Bp>.0?_flftwer* and terna. Her dining
tablo W4?respecially pretty, tn* cenreii
plectt being Easter Hiles. Liule rah
bit? ladened with baskets pf candy oat!
flower place cards carrlsd out the em
- ... - m oh i'M?l**n clere
Woodrow Witton regarding 13 n? her
tucky fch&hi?- .A co?if*e tunidieah
wnjPaervtfd..- Twelve gu?st? brought
gi?ri representing months oi
tha V?tCK Tiley 'Were brought In op a
^MH^HfV?? causfld as each "gift
? ?j S "O^Mufd,
Yh?*ir?e?s were . 'Misses Bestio
Glenn, Gertruds DeaUiit, Abbie Stokes,
J?ah'Harri*; Georgia Marshall, Bes
?t?efa^ t?ale Cooley, Mesdames W.
D. Worathsn, Jnmes Wilwhlt*. B. P,
Oofletdf "fW'Jt?frW^ SutiivHii
. . ?/ Dinner,
to Mist B*fl?li Glehn ort Monday ?ntfef
lng at ? :S0" O'clock by Mrs. Rufus Bur
reua. Tba tab> v,??i exquisite} in
cdt glass and Silver, th* centerpiece a
hue? ?in aftd iv? da ff adi lg and ?
showed th,: h i? of on artist bond.
Unique place c?rus war? used and a
datr.jdil was at each piste ea a ROUVB
alft Covers wer? laid for sixteen and
a tjttuTMt dinuar waa v?ry t??ch en
:?ho guests spent "a delightful
.watti-y >;,: ;
. Those enjoying Mrs. Barresa' hos pl
rt Cr?u-raiu, Jc?Tt dorris, Mary i??jn
comb. Gertrude Douthit, Mesdames W.
D. Workman, L. James Wlihwlte, Jake
WY Sullivan. E. P Cofield, Mr and Mr*.
Robert McDonald and'Mr. Paul Dixon
Ulis li?ttto te. Marry.
Fritmda of Mies May tattle, wha hap
frequently visited In Anderson will.be.
intereajed^in the following Invitation,
bliss Linda Thompson will be one of
Kiss Little's maids
abd Mrs. John Randolph Little
give To ?aarrlsKe, thi i.
?j-v'-1-' ? ??ay '
Mr .Roderick Henry McDonald
" WE ?wStok, April ta
hundred and fourteen
^^jr-TBcijjTjrian vim rv ?
fens, South Carolina
ofy?nr. nresence ls re
S>l\son> reqoest^lbe honor of your
presence at the marriage Of their
aauahter. Morale Lou. to Mr. J. Lu
ther Cety en Thursday, the 23rd vg
(Vprll, at batf after six tftttoetf at'the
Methodist Churvh. Eastcy, South
Carolina ' -1 V
?iue '.fe?t AluaiwMP.
Kfts Jcea riarris waa. toaster* to tho
rtifs WeM Alumnae Friday afternoon
It^?i?r ?Mkme on Calhoun street.
*? ? i < ausinea bad, b*M>n ttisponed
of Hile Interesting literary program?
History of the Chapter. Mrs. J. K.
Instrument ul 'solo, Mr*. A. M.
Paper, "How the United States]
Ranks with Other Countries." Mrs.
I'nper, " i rla io Niagara," Mrs. J. IB.
Paper, "The Grand Canyon," Mies]
Instrumental duet. Mhmes Jenn and
Gleanings, Miss Lena Clinkscaloa,
MHs Evie newts who was a visitor
on this occasion, ga ve an interesting]
talk on Yellowstone Park.
Miss Harris served her guests a de-]
UcioiiB salad course.
The Amphion Club
of Anderson, South Carolina
Invite? you to attend ita
, Easter fiance
On Friday evening. April 17
Nineteen hundred end fourteen
at ? o'clock. Maple Hall.
Mrn. Louis Horton entertained her
card club Friday, afternoon at ber at
tracltve new homo on Woodrow Cir
cle. Two tables of playera enjoyed
several rubbers ol auction after which
the,hostess served 'delightful, refresh
: JlHh, Heirr?tjf Honored
Mrs,, JL.VH.: Hering from Spartanburg
?'as.jae' attractive' honoree Thursday
fternoon when Mrs, W. H. Valentino
entertained with ??jorochet party at her
aohie In North Anderaori.
; ,?nrik .Valentine invited Mrs. Chas.
Causey, Mrs. Farmer. Mrs. R. E. Llgon
Mrs. Arnold, Mrs . W. F. ,Cox, Mrs.
KaAaJ?iwell, Mrs. B,.B. Gossett, Mrs.
RufusBurrisss.?nd Mr?. Ernest Coch
lng salad course was served tho guests.
~-!-f?i-r-rv- > i . }-/ I
od o o o o o o o o o o o
0 PERSONALS. o
O O O Q p O O O. o o o o o
,\i~ .;? , .?. jj,.: i
Mrs. W. M. Donald of Anderson,
Boele: 44 ? ''?ag shopping In the city
ai'lSB Josie Sullivan of Laurens and
.?SS Daisy Bike At Central are ia the
?v?., the' guests of; Miss Caroline
is spending a row daya ia the^Ey^a?
attest at the homo ox Coi. William
W? E.. Mason or Greenville spent
yesterday te the cit/, a guest at tho
fi. M. Garrison and John. Garrison
Of ib? Denver section spent ycBtcrdaj
in th? city.
pl ''I ; -?
V. SL MU<L..> ?ri WulLwiia if? b* th?
qjLfy&r 'Baster, the guest'nf relatives.
. *\ ?. * ' ** ? * ?. i
airs', vi. r. ?-trujij-u'S' ?S5 JSlZZ
nlo Pettigrew of Starr were aaopplne:
In tho city yesterday.
. MUS. Grace Painter afr the Broyles
lerda R W?? 8ht>i>t>UiK !? the city ye?-,
W. C. Peatrle of Pei ?er waa among
tkf: business visitors to tho etty yes
George Wfelborn was among the vl?
I'^fa apendlng yesterday in the. city.
1 B. Watkins of Bel toil was fa the
etty yesterday for a few hours.
_ Mias. JeSle Hearson, Teacher of the
Barnes school, was shopping In the
Mles Med Major ot the Ebenezer sets- ;
Hon is spending the Week-end 1B ?h?
?ty with Mrs. Attie Jones
- - j
FTo?. T. L. ?r sandleton wast
among the visitors. Indian city yester- "
n Mrs- A. j. Smith tsd Ifra. A. C.
Robbins of the Lebanon section were
?bopping in Anderson yesterday.
Dock Dobbins of ta* Fork section I
s?aat yesterday m the city on busi
?Mrs. W. B Hawkins* .Mrn. W. M.?
Woolbright and Guy Wonibrigbt of.
Townville were in the cJtr yesterday
for a short stay.
Rufus and Henry 3P?rn?*r of ?!
Fori: section were Uv the cltv'ygste
(lay on business.
Waiter and niaraWfekgaton of the!
?paatserrssetlob sp^nt yesterday ic
..Tv. n- S^MKefb of Towa
viiie were shopping ts^aw^y. fester
^'..C ?*?rn??1 n( ri-ra?nvFi^ soent a
few hob rs m, Ander?.'
J. rt. Trlbhle, Jr.; o??Ths,- i
r ?irrd?y^ ic ibo .- . ... , .
"pending a few d&ys ??
Steinway Pianos Knabe Pianos
Kranich & Bach Pianos
Ivers'& Pond Pianos
Milton Pianos Concord Pianos
PIANO 6? ORGAN CO.
115-117 North Main Street
ANDERSON, S. C.
township waa la ths city yesterday on
yesterday in ,U
T. C. Jackson of Iva was aradj?^Ma
busmen* visitors to spend .yesterday
I 2 cit** 'i\ [vg ensni A t?*w
?hours in tHe c?ty yesterday.
j ?. Sf. smith ot L?bano?- -~%a: in Au?
derfton y -?sterday. for p few boan,.
Mrs. WI K. Smith and Miss Smith. Branch section wa* in Andersen jes-:
of Anderson route 4. were shopping t^rday. I
in the city yesterday. ---
-- ?r. J. -B. Allgood of Ltierty waa
&:0. Jackson nfthc S tore Ville, seo- jin tho city yesterday on buslneka..
?ion maa awong the,business visitors - -- .
in the city yesterday. Lucia Taylo? of Iva wan ?bop
- ping in the city yesterday.
.R. L. Reid of Sabdy Sprlngf spent -
yesterday In tho elly ur business. Charles Horton, of Belton spent a
i. - - - - " ' ?fe*? b-oi?rs ?^ i'vfi's?tv v?i?t?rAik'w
|? John BroWhio^h.'i Loban?n section j --~ ?
|Sp?r?i yesterday in the city. j? J?to# S^^Kiggan ..and .Mtes Mettle
rL James T. Milf?id of this Laufe ja.^ppln^la^
ll one of the' greatest ?ab
?ha$ r?^^y^r.high slate ol
?ec??i?y since it hus i