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Thompson's Big Year-End Shoe Sale Now On
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FOB - bALE-WHEAT-Seed wheat;
recleaned and graded-quality will
please any one-price $2.00 per
bushel. Supply limited. Furman
Smith, Seedsmnn, Phone 4G1.
WANTED-The public to know that
we have Just received a large ship
ment ot box files, and can supply
your wanta in this line. Anderson
Intelligencer, Job Department. tf
WANTED-Bright, energetic boy for
carrier. Good salary and commis
sion. Apply to The Intelligencer of
fice. ? - . 1 k tt
WANTED-?ou to .read .our .two
weeks' bargain sale on page five
of this issue.- Southern Publie Util
ities Co. dtf
WANTED-AU kinds of Junk, cast
iron, rags, cans, rubber, brass, cop
per, zinc and lead. Bring .to Sam
Disner, corner E. Whltner and Man
ning and receive cash. ll-17-6tp.
NOTICE-Wo are now prepared to do
your grinding of all kinds ot feed
stuff-cotton stalks, corn, stalks,
shucks, straw, grain, etc. Price ?Oe
per cwt. Strictly cash. Andcison
Mattress and Spring BP? CO.
SEE W. A. Todd, the Monument Man,
for anything in the monumental
lice. Tombstone, ? of all kinds. W.
A. Todd, 1909 South Main street,
Anderson, S. C.-11-5-lmo.
City Council To
The panic is over and Jake Thomas
and J. C. Thomas aro in the Cleaning,
Pressing and Dying and Repairing
business. Prices cheap. Give us a
trial. We are at the Columbia. Tail
oring Co., 122 West Whltner Street
Clothes called for and delivered.
WONDEB it Mutt told Jeff we were
serving Oysters, stewed pr fried:
Whole 25c, Half - 15c.-Midway 'Cafe.
FOB BENT-My house on West
FranklLi St. Electric light, water
and all conveniences, Rates Reason
able. Chas. Wi Webb or J. J.
B. H? Hodges of Starr was among
thc business visitors to the city yes
At a special meeting of the Ander
son city council, to be held Monday
evening, lt is probable that council
will order gi special election, to be
held to determine the question of
allowing Anderson to assess abutting
property for the purpose of perma-,
nent improvements. This matter was
voted on by the entire State in thc
recent General Election and if the
property owners agree to permit the
assessment, work of paving will soon
The amendment, provides that the
property holder on either side of
the street ?hall pay*one-fourth of the
cost of .tho permanent improvements
adjacent to their property, and that
the city shall pay the remaining two
fourths. The ?Traction company will
pay for the improvements over its
The matter of scattering the as
sessments through several years for
collection, so that there wilt be no
burden on the property holders, is
disposed of differently in the various
cities where this law is operative
Most1 of the cities in this section of
the country fix the terms so that the
property owners "will have three to
fivo years in which to complete the
payment of their assessments. These
deferred assessments can be used
as security by the city In realizing
money as the paving progresses, so
the paving or other Improvements
can be carried on and completed.
Mid the people can pay for the Im
provements later. All of these mat
ters aro to bo worked out by tho
city council when the ordinances call
ing for the election is being consid
The bond margin of the city, by
next February will be something like
$100,000. The amounts to be realized
from the assessments on abutting
property and that to come from the
Traction company will aggregate an
other $100.000. . With $200,000 In
hand the city of Anderson cnn se
cure about 14 miles cf standard street
' The State canvassers have declared
the following results of the recce
1 A joint resolution proposing an
amendment to article 10 of the con
stitution by adding thereto section IC
to empower the cities of Anderson
Greenwood and towna of Bennetts
TOMORROW FOR ONLY $1
You can have one of the$e new Hoosier Cabinets d?livered to your
home and pay the balance of the low cash price in weekly dues of $1
--provided you enroll before our limited allotment is taken.
HOOSIER $ ? PB AN
Adaertktd ia Lm&ns Sfa|iinf?n
"WHITE BEAUTY"- THE N?W
40 Labor-Saving Devices-17 Entirely New
This is the cabinet which contains Mrs.
Frederick's Food Guide, answering the
eternal gestion, "What shall I cook for
dinner?" It has the remarkable shaker
flour sifter which cannot wear out.
This is the cabinet which reached a sale
of over $ 1,000;000 immediately after it
was placed before American women. The
Hoosier factory has never caug?it Up with
orders since this new Hoosier appeared.
The opportunity to own it on the Hoosier
dollar plan is one you should s> ??e at ?nce.
Other women are making up their minds
now and the sale is strictly limited.
1. You may choose any of the new Hoosiers
-"White Beauty," or "Oak Interior" at
slightly less price.
2. $1 puts your Hoosier in your home at once.
$1 weekly quickly pays for it.
3. The low. cash price fixed by the factory
prevails strictly-no extra fees. i"
4. This sale is tinder the direct supervision of
the Hoosier Company.
5. The sale is strictly limited to our small
allotment of new Hoosiers.
6. Your money back if you are not delighted
\vith your Hoosier.
The Woman Who Owns a Hoosier
Saves Millions of Steps
You can see for yourself that with your
wholf? kitchen af vmi'r f?nepre' pr?rl<: von
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can sit down'at work in front of this new
Hoosier and do your work in much less
time. Your walking is reduced to almost
nothing; Tfye Hoosier cuts the cords that
bind you to your kitchen.. Take this op
We Place on Sale Tomorrow
.av limited number of Pure Aluminum Sance Pans,
to women only. Foll quart size
Aluminum Pana of thin ?ixe sell regularly
rrraa 35c to 50c.
You do not need to buy .anything else to get
one of these pana, but you must come early far.
these .won't - last long.
The Only Place In Town Where Hoosiers Are Sold
THE PEOPLES NEW FURNITURE COMPANY
'.UV s Easy To Pay The. Peoples' Way?
Dr. James* Headache Powders re*
Heve at once-10 cents a
You take a Dr. Jame?' Headache
Powder and in juat n few momenta
your head clears and all neuralgia and
: pain fadoR away. It's the quickest
and surest relief for headache, whoth
|er dull, throbbing, splitting or nerve
, racking. Send someone to the d: ug
store and get a dime packago now.
(Quit suffering-li's so needless. Be
i sure you g?t Dr. James' Headache
; Powders-then there will be no dlsap
i point mont.
ville, Timmonsvllle and Honea Path
to assess abutting property for per
Total number of votes cast _9,286
Amendment to constitution by add
ing eectlon 16 empowering the cities
of Darllngtoin and Sumter and towns
of Belton and Walhalla to assess
'abutting property for permanent im
Total number of votes cast.. ..2,754
Against amendment. .. 665
-, To Consider Budget for 1915.
Another important matter* to come
before the city council next Mon
day night is consideration of the
supply and license ordinances for.
the approaching year. The members
of the council want to start, work on
these matter*' early %o that they will
have plenty of time , to consider them
deliberately. It will probably require
at least three ordinances in shape
for their passage. '.
FIRST MEETING OF
i THE ASSOCIATION
ANDERSON COUNTY SCHOOL
TION MET YESTERDAY
Picnic Dinner Served and a De
lightful Social Hour En
The flret meeting of the School Im
provement Association for Anacreon
County was held in the hall, of the
Hillman store on East Whltuer street,
yesterday at ll o'clock. ? In spite of
tho cold weather the attendance was
good, there being present about 75
ladles, including several teachers. At
the conclusion of the exercises a pic
nic dinner was served those present,
and a most delightful social hour was
The meeting was called to order at
ll o'clock, and opened with prayer,
Rev. J. W. S peake, pronouncing the
Invocation. Miss Maggie Carlington,
county rural school supervisor, pre
sided over the meeting.
The first speaker waa State super
visor of rural schools, Hon. Lenco
Gunter, who has been visiting the
schools of ' the county for the past
two weeks. Mr. Gunter very force
fully and entertainingly presented the
subject, "How to Get Every Child
Enrolled." Mr: Gunter gave a num
ber of practical plans for accom
plishing this very mud. desired re
sult, and was warmly cheered when
he concluded his r narks.
The next speaker was Miss Sadie
Goggans, rural school supervisor ,of
schools in Newberry county, who
spoke of many entertaining programs
for the meetings of the Behool Im
provement associations. Mina Gog
gans ls an experienced supervisor,
and many of the programs she sug->
geeted have been tried out. in her
schools. The ladles were much in
terested in her talk, and made free
use of note books during the time
she wa? speaking.
"How to interest the Heopie in the
School Improvement Associations,"
was the subject assigned Miss Gray.
**^- .-?? ?C?lC?^ .ntvi.wlan, nf Lour
ens county, but she was. detained at
home on account of illness tn her
family. Miss Carlington called upon
W. W. Smoak, editor or The Intelli
gencer, to discuss this subject. Mr.
Smoak satd tho best way he knew
for doing this was to really do some
thing, and he beU&ved that those as
sociations which are accomplishing
things would have no trouble about
the Interest people took tn their
Miss Garlington then conducted a
round table discussion, and numer
ous responses were had,, and many
stories of achievement told by the
members present. There are many
live associations la tbe county and
they are accomplishing . great good.
These individual reports were most
What Shall We Buy For
Our Thanksgiving Dinner i
A nice tnt Turkey Gobbler, per pound. 1 Sc
A Fresh Pig Haan, just size to boil, per pound ... ..... .. .23c't
Heinz's Mince Meat, taste better, per can.3Bc'
Premier Condensed Mince Meat, pkg. ....... . .. .. V*(M
Cranberries-These ere extra fine quality, 2 qts. for ... ... . ?5c>
I California Celery, 2 stalks for.2Sc;
I Sunbeam Plum Pudding.26c
Asparagus Tips, best quality, a can.25 and 300
Paris Peas, very small and tender, a can. 25c
New Premier Corn, 2 cans for...... ... . I ?.25c
Imported Macaron), 2 pkgs. for. .. .'..' . .. . . .2?
Premier Cream Cheese, per pound. . . .25e
S. C. Whole Grain Rice,; 12 pounds for . . .. : A '. l i1 .$1?
Irish Potatoes, extra large size for Potato Chips, peck. & -3Sfce
Florida Lettuce, heed. j . . . v ..' . .. ...l?
Lookout Cakes, each .jjj . . .. . . . .10c
Minerva Fruit Cake is something fine, baked from'the choicest Cry*?
tnlired Fruits, 1-2 and S pound cajees, per' pound... . .SM
Seal Brand Coffee will add more to your dinner than anything ye*
can buy, 3 pound can. . ... ...$1J|
Queen Olives in the barrel, large mealy rruit packed in their original
brine that adds very much to the flavor, of. the. olives,, pe?
quart. ... ......... ?. -3H
Heinz's Sweet Mixed Pickles, per quart. 301
Pinmoney Pickles, jar. .. '.35c
Table Raisins in pound packages. . .25c
New Nuts--Best Quality, per pound. . ... .. -25c
New Smyrna Figs, per pound .... .204
Persian Pecan Stuffed Dates, per pound.TO and 25<
Fresh Shelled Weinna and. Pecans, per pound... -75?
Jordan Shelled Almonds/ for Table use, per pound .... . . 8&
Crystalized Ginger and Pineapple,' per pound.. / .. .Sm
Florida Oranges, per dozen. ... . . , 20 and 25<
Extra Fine Eating Apples, peck- .. .40<
Just crme to the, Store if yon want to see thfags to eat W<
ANDERSON CASH GROCERY CO
For a limited time we are prepared'fo Exchange
Brand New Standard makes of Budgies and Har
ness for Mules and Horses rroin 5 to 14 years old,
from 1,000 pounds up, on a very liberal basis.
THE BUGGIES ARE
"Brockaway" "Hackney" and
And the Harness is either single or
i double Harness for buggies and
Wagons, and of good qpatfty.
This proposition is ONLY for a LIMITED
TIME; so we suggest PROMPT ACTION if inter