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WANTED TO BENT-Five or ali
room modern cottage or bungalow.
Neighborhood must be first-clas?
and house have all improvements,
Address P. O. Box 391.-l-10-6t
WANTED-Farmers who hsve pure
varieties of. cotton seed for sale to
see ni now. Forman Smith,
Seedsman, Phons 464.
WARTED- Sewing of all, or any kind.
Sewing by the day, hour or weeli.
Will out, draft and make shirts,
dresses, coats and suits to measure.
Work quickly and neatly done. Mrs.
Balle Erskine Pruitt,. No. 411 North
FOB BENT-Three unfurnished
rooms for light house keeping, one
bleak from square on South Main
Street, Apply L. H. Seel Jr., Red
Cross Dttuc Co.-l-16*3t.
FOB SALE-One good second band
bicycle Will sell cheap., Apply 129
B. Earle St. or Phohe 37.-1-lG-lt.
WATCH ItEPAIMNfl Alt ENOBAV
lng. Old watches made good as
dev. Letter and ornamental en
graving. Monograms from 25c to
$10.00. A C fioyktn at Kay Bros*,
NOW raEADY eggs for hatching
$2.00 adr IR.from thoroughbred 8.
C. Rhode Island Reds. Pen head
ed by prise cokerel, great winter
l?yera. Orders booked tor fv.ure
delivery. J. P. Walker, 404 )Sonth
McDuffl* St., phone ?fo. 8.-1-lB-it.
.??' '. ' .?.
? tTfrsXPECTXT detained down
tow? W laaeheon, you cannot do
batter than drop to bara. A light
Sanca a? a substantial meal. Cuisine
and service O. K and prices Jost ss
J as oar food. Tbs Laach
FIRB f IMTi?S^We carry tba largest
sad mott compl?te assortment In
the city-keep 'ern moving. Fresh
Florida oranges, grape fruit, so
ples, bananas, wholesale and re
tail, j. & lasaos, Phone ,38V-*tt
borno's stable. E. M. Duckworth.
I HAYE FOR SALE several dosen
cans prime tomatoes at $1.00 per
dosen, string beans at $1.10 per
dosen, dessert peaches without
sugar at $1.15 per dosen, desert
peachea beastly sugared (1*4 pound
sugar .ta can) $2.25 per dozen. B.
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STA^ig a^rrrH CAROLINA.
George BartonTK^aea^Arnold and
Lawson Johnson. PlslnUffs.
'... sgaiost ..
Rosa Brea&sele. Lewia TrJiey.
Oeeago Talley. Mary Fuller. Bartley
Shamsa, Aleck Sherman. Daniel
Saewaan, Binannel Roster, Elia Paw
era;. Alonso Barton, Mary Coker, C?s
ale Johnson, Florence Owens. Brad
dy Johnson. Wulla Johnson, Wil
liam Barton,. Jerry Barton and
allina* singular the heirs at law
of latin Barton and Elisa Barton, if
auf Other than tte above whose names
ni1* unknown. Defendants.
Act?o* fer FmrtftSsa a* Baal Es jaie.
To the Pendant* above named. Toa
arec ?wreby ?^adaad sad required
'to?srar tte eosBptalnt in this ac
t io? a copy which ts on gie la tte
odge tog th* rjsrk^ Court at Ander
* See I
C E. TRIE!
rim? ts cent?, Three Times 60 cents,
re words promts for each additional
t> be used In a month mada on appll
than SS cents, cash In tvdrance.
ephone director/ yon can telephone
Ibo malled alter Its Insertion for
ley Building, Anderson, S. C., within
20 days after the sc rylee hereof,-ex
clusive of the day of such service and
If yon fall to answer the complaint
within tho time sforesald, tho plain
tiffs in this action will spply to the
court for the relief demanded in the
Leon L. Rice,
Attest: PlalntlffB Attorney.
Clarence W. Beaty, (Seal)
Dept Clerk of Court.
The School Districts ot Anderson!
County, and the Diff?rent Town,
ships la Which They Appear.
Anderson, city-Anderson 17.
Belton Township-Belton 12, Cal
houn 29. Cedar Grove 30, Oak Grove
Broadway Township-Anderson 17,
Eureka 25, Long Branch 33, Neals
Creek 60, Rocky River -, Union 21;
Brushy Creek-Airy Springs, 64:
Concrete 19, Mtu. View 18, Saluda 26,
St Pani 4, Three and Twenty 32;
17, Centerville 6, Green Pond, 69;
Hammond, 3; McLeese, 62; Straight.
Corner Township-corner, IS;
Generostee, ?1; Good Hopo, 43; Grove,
65; Iva, 44.
Fork Township-Broyles. 67; Dou
ble Springs, 08; Townville, 40;
Oltrvln Township-Bishop Branch,
28; Monter, 24; Lebanon, 27 Mc
Elmoyle, 60; Melton, 61; Mountain
View. 18; Straight
Hall Township-Good Hope. 43;
Iva, 44; Rocky River, 69; Starr, 37;
Monea Path-Barkers Creek, 67;
Calhoun, 2?; Cleveland, 86; Friend
ship, 26; Gantt. 84; Honea Path, 16.
66; Hammond, 3; Hopewell, 7; Pierce,
town. 64; Union, 21; Straight '
Martin Township-Bethel, 65;
Ebenerer, 45; Long Branch, 33;
Rocky River. 69. Martin. 15.
Pendleton Township-Fairview. 63;
Hunter, 35: Pendleton, 2; Zion, 68.
Rock Mills Township-Green Pond, !
69; McLeese, 52; Rock Mli?s, 6
Williford, 62; Straight
Savannah Township-Good Hope,
Ail Grove. 65; Mt. Creek, 70; Sevan- |
nah. 9; . Burr. 37; WlUiford, ' 62; j
Varean es Township-Anderson, 17;
Mt. Creek. 7D: Rocky River, 6t;
Starr, 37; Straight
Willlamston Township- Beaverdam
68; Omer Grove, 86; Central, 68;
Piercetown, 64; Slmpsonvllle. 41:
Union, 21; West Pelter, 8; White
Plains, 48; willlamston. 20; Straight
I publish Ute number of tho school
districts in ordsr that you may list
returns th proper districts.
For toking returns from the dif
ferent cotton mills around the city
[ot Anderson as follows:
W. H. Wellington, (known as Equl
laox Mill) Jan. 14th, afternoon 1-2 j
dSBrogon Mill. Friday, Jan. ?5th, Af-j
tcrnoon, 1-2 day.
Anderson Cotton Mill, Monday. Jan.
18th, morning, 1-2 day.
Gluck Milt. Tuesday. Jan. 19th, |
norning, 1-2 day.
Orr Mtll, Tuesday, Jan. 19th, after
noon, 1-2 day.
Jan. 20th, afternoon 1-2 day. . ? . \
Please don't tail to make your re
turn when we come to tho milla.
Auditor Anderson County.
January 18th. 1615.
CITY BARN TO MB SOLD AT PUB
Th* building known aa Ute CITY
BARN located near the City Hall
will be sold at publio outer* to - the
highest bidder in front of the City
Rall at 12 o'clock noon on Monday
next January 18th, 1916,
Terms of salo cash, purchaser to
remove building from the city's land
I within ten days from date of sale.
ft. M, 8COTT.
City Clerk add Treasurer.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All personB having claims against
the estate ot W. B. Sullivan deceased,
are hereby notified to present them
properly proven to the undersigned
within the time prescribed by law.
and those indebted to make settle
LILA B. SULLIVAN,
a a. ?pdVAN,
w. w. SULLIVAN,
JAKE' W. SULLIVAN,
rle For v> s
and All V
BLE, M<ro&*?r X
Carlisle Offer? Two Bills in the S
mit if One Orders Liqw
Howard H. Carlisle, senator from
Spartanbarg County, has introduced
in the upper house of the general
assembly the two mensures passage
of which is desired by the prohibi
tionists. One submits the question
whether manufacture and sale of al
coholic liquors and beverage!, ahull
he prohibited throughout tho State to
a general election to be held Septem
ber 14. The other ls Intended to
make available to a certain extent the
Webb law of the federal government
restricting shipment of liquor Into
prohibition territory. These meas
Section 1. That on Tuesday, Sep
tember 14, 1915, an election sbail be
held, mi rs i-..nt to law, submitting o
the qualified elector* of the State of
South Carolina the question as to
whether the manufacture and sui? of
alcoholic liquors and beverages shall
be prohibited or continued in this
State as now provided by law. And
such election shall be held and con
ducted under the laws and in the
manner now prescribed for regular
Sec. 2. Each person favoring the
manufacture and sale of alcoholic
liquors and beverages in South Caro
lin?, and voting on this question, shall
cast his ballot "For the manufacture
and sale of alcoholic liquors and bev
erages in South Carolina," and each
person opposing the sale and manu
facture of alcoholic liquors and bev
erages in South Carolina, and voting
on this question, shall cast his ballot
"Against'the manufacture and sale of
alcoholic liquors and beverages In
South Carolina." Sufficient ballots as
hereinbefore designated shall be pro
vided for tho managers of election
an/1 duly delivered to them and encb
ballot ?ball be four inches in length
and three Inches in width and each
ballot shall have printed thereon. In
addition to the words heretnabove
designated, "The State of South Caro
lina," and no other words, characters
or figures; The aforesaid ballots
shall be provided and distributed as
ballots used In general State elections
and one ballot box shall bo* provided
at each precinct for the reception of
said ballot and the expense thereof
shall be borne as In ballots used lo
general State elections. . The ballots
shall be counted by tho managers ot
election and tabulated and the re
turns thereof 'nade as returns of gen
eral State elections are made and aa
now provided by law.
i Sec. 3. If the majority of the bal
lots .so oast be "For the manufacture
.find 'sale of alcoholic liquors and nev*
orages in South Carolina," any la wa
existing and of force at the th::o of
such election shall be and remain In
Tull.force nnd effect
Will Close Dispensaries.
Sec. 5. Should the. majority of the
ballot? so cast be "Against the manu
facture and sale of alcoholic liquors
and beverages in Sooth Carolina,"
thea the manufacture ?n-X sale of al
coholic liquors and beverages in this
State ?hall be unlawful, except as
hereinafter provided, and the author
ities in every county in this State, now
Cr hereafter vested With the control
of dispensaries, where dispensaries
for th? sale of alcoholic liquors are
now operating under existing laws,
shall proceed to wind up the affairs
ot auch dispensaries and shall close
the same on or before the first day
of December, 1915, and no liquor ?hall
bo bought or contracted for er re
ceived by any comity dispensary
beard after the result of said election
ls declared by the State board of can
Sec. 5. Should the majority of the
votes so cast in said election be
"Against-the manufacture und ?ale ot
alcoholic liquors and beverages m
South Carolina" any person, firm, or
corporation in South Carolina, which
after November 1. 1915, manufactures
or Bella any alcoholic liquors or bev
erages In this State, except as herein
after provided, shall, upon conviction
thereof, be deemed guilty of a mis
demeanor and shall be punished by a
fine ot not l?s? than $100 and nor
more than $200, or by Imprisonment
at hard labor upon the public works
ot tue "county In which ?aid convic
tion may bo had for a period of not
less thad three months or more than
one year or both fine and imprison
ment, in the discretion ot the courts
and upon-fconvlctton for ? second of
rensa shall be punished by imprison
ment tor a period ol' not floss than
three months nor more than two
Machinery et Enforcement.
Sec. 6. The governor is hereby em
powered to appoint and commission a
tiuf?cient number of deputies ?nd con*
stables and such other persons as nay
be necessary for such term as he may
designate, not ex reeding ono year, to
properly enforce the provisions of tut?
act and the deputies br constables so
appointed are hereby required to file
sworn' accounts ?bowing dally Items
ot service under this act: Provided,
That the per diem cf any constable
er deputy hereunder shall not exceed
the sum of $3 a day besides a travel
In* allowance of 3 cents per mlle
when ordered for duty by the sorer
fr from on? county to smother conn
in this State, and all such traveling
peases shalt bo paid by the county
to which such deputy or constable
shall bs so transferred for duty and
upon the warrant of the county board
ot commissioners ot such oo.'.nty.
Such deputies or constables shall be
subject to the d'recttona of the aov
ernor at all times and their commis
sions may be revoked at the pleas
ure of the go^smor. They shall give
bond in the ?nm of $1,000, conditioned
ter the faithful performance of their
duties and upon such other condition?
a? are now required in bonds for
ccnslables, payable to tbs Stats ot
?nate--One Requires Special Par
ar From Another State.
South Carolina, and recoverable
thereon by suit as now provided hy
law. They shall cooperate wita thc
sheriff's and other officers of the law
of the respective counties in Ihc en
forcement of this act and In the de
tection and suppression of crime and
shall arrest and bring to justice ab
provided by law all Huch offenders
against thu criminal lawB of this
State And the governor may employ |
special officers at the expenHe nf th?
contingent fund allowed him by law
when he deems that necessary.
Sec. 7. The manufacture and Kile
of alcohol Hhall be allowed and per
mitted as now provided Uy law.
Sec. 8. The words 'alcoholic Ho
uor.s and beverages," ns used herein.
Hhall be considered to be any liquor,
beer, beverage or compound what
ever distilled .fermented or otherwise,
by whatsoever name known or culled,
which will produce Intoxication, or
which contains in excess cf 1 per
cent, of alcohol
Sec. 9. AH acts or nartJ of acta
inconsistent with thc previsions of
this act be and the, *ain? are hereby
repealed: Provided, Nothing in this
act contained shall be construed to
repeal any law defining thc offense
and any penalty, fine or provision! for
the enforcement of law no incon
sistent herewith but such provision?,
penalties and fines shall remain in
full force and effect.
The other measure ls a bill "lo reg
ulate the shipments of spirituous,
vinous, fermented or malt liquors or
beverages into this State; to provide (
for the filing or permits or stat-- ?
ments for such shipments, and to
provide penalties for the violation of
Section 1. That lt shall he unlaw- ,
ful for any person, firm, corporation
or company to ship, transport or con- '?
vey any intoxicating liquors from c '<
point without this State into this
State or from one point to another in ]
this State for the purpose of delivery
or to deliver the same to any person,
firm, corporation or company within
thia State or for any person. Arm, 1
corporation or company to recelvo or 1
be in possession of an] spirituous, '
Vinou?, fermented br malt liquors or :
beverages co.Vifnlng more than 1
per cent, of alcohol for hl3, hers, its '
or their own use or for the use of 1
any other person, firm or corporation, j
except aa hereinafter provided.
Sec. 2. That any person, firm, cor- 1
poratlon or company wishing to ?rder '
from any point without the State any 1
beverage, containing more than I per 1
cent, of alcohol, must receive a writ- 1
ten permit from the dork of the court
of the county in which he resides to ?
order not exceeding one gallon. '
Said permit shall be in the following 1
"State of South Carolina.
?- ot - ia 1
hereby permitted to1 receive by com- !
mon carrier, shipped from (hero glvo
Dame ?nu address pf shipper), intox- 1
(eating liquors or beverages, to wit: '
(Insert kind and quantity, not exceed
ing one gallon). This permit ls void 1
and no delivery can be made thora
under after 30 days from date of 1
issue. Dated this - day of-, 1
lft_, -, Clerk.of Court." 1
Not more than one such permit shall
be Issued to the same applicant within 1
one calendar month, ???ii no such per
mit shall be Issued to any person or
persona under tke age of 21 years. '
Sec. 3. A permit Issued as above,
when attached to and plainly affixed
in a conspicuous place on a package
or parcel containing any intoxicat
ing liquors or beverages, as abo vb <
defined, transported from a place i
without thia State to a point within ?
this State, shall authorise any com- 1
mon carrier within this State to trans- <
port the package or parcel to which 1
j said permit ls attach?dLpr affixed and ?
to deliver the same In person to the ;
person whose name ls net out in tho ,
permltfl provided said package does
not contain" more than one gallon of !
said beverage, and provided It con- j
?bains nothing else except' such li- j
quors. * I
Permits Recorded. j
Sec. 4. The clerk of the court in a i
?book to ho furnished by the county -
commissioners shall copy all such' 1
permits in the order tn which they are ]
; filed In his office, and which said book <
I shall be open for inspection to any ?f- j
fleer or citlsen of the State any time '
?daring business hours,'and for his '
services in issuing such permit and '
recording same, the clerk shall re- 1
[delve a fee of 25 cents, to be paid hy
,the person to whom th? permit ls Is
sued; and such clerk shall not issue
an.' such permit when objection in
! writing shall be filed with him by the
wife, husband, parent, child or guar- j
dian of such applicant <
Sec ?. It shall be uni?w tu! fur any ^
railroad company, express company, i
I corporation or other common carrier ?
? to deliver any package containing in
toxicating liquor or beverages con- t
I faining more than 1 per cent, bf al- i
I cohol to any person other than the 1
j consignee, and in no case, shall any 1
railroad, express company, corpora- *
?lion or common carrier or person or *
agent of auch railroad, express com- 1
pany. corporation or other common '
carrier or person be, liable for dam- .
ages for non-delivery, ot such liquor
dr package until the person whose
name in the permit appears In person
at the place of business of the com
mon carrier and signs in person for <
the package. :
FeanRien for mai <
Sec 6. Any porson obtaining any I
such package nader any false or 1
fandulent pretext of any kind or any <
agent' of aOy common carrier dellv- 1
oring a package contrary to the pro- <
Misions of this act shall, upon con ric- 1
lion thereof, be fined not lesa titan I <
BACK rim OOLUmB?A
SENATOR SHERARD AND
HOUSE MEMBERS WEST
AND HUTCHINSON HERE
Of Various Committee? Thu
County Came in for Generous
Recognition From Speaker
Senator J. L. Sherard and Repre
sentatives West and Hutchinson re
turned to Anderson yesterday after
noon from Columbia, for the week
end, following the adjournment of the
general assembly until next week.
The house of representatives will re
convene Monday evening, but the sen
ate will not resume work until Tues
day morning, stated one of the legis
lators upon his return here. The two
members of the house who came up
for thc week-end will go back to Co
lumbia Monday morning. It ls un
derstood- that Senator Sherard will
return Monday night.
Members of tbe delegation inter
viewed 'ust night talked very interest
ingly of thc first Week's session of
the general assembly. In the appoint
ment ci committees Anderson County
came in for generous recognition, rep
resentatives from this county being
places on the following committees:
Ways and means, Mr. West; educa
tion, Mr. Fant; incorporations, Mr.
Hutchison; agriculture, Mr. Burns;
commerce and manufactures, Mr.
Reid; banking and Insurance, Mr.
Punt; Stato house end grounds, Mr.
Burns; hospital for Hie Insane, Mr.
Wolle; engrossed bills, Mr. Reid; pen
itentiary. Mr. Hutchison; dispensary,
Mr. Wolfe; privileges and elections,
Mr. Fold; offices and officers, Mr.
Wolfe, chairman; claims, Mr. Pant;
fish, game and forestry. Mr. Hutchi
son; local legislation, Mr. Burns.
5100 or more than S500 or. be impris- |
sned in the county jail for not less
man 30 days or more than six months
ir both in the discretion of the court.
Sec. 7. It shall be unlawful for any
Intoxicating liquors or beverages to bc
stored or kept in any place of busi
ness or club room or house In this
State, whether for personal use or
otherwise, and the liquor or beverages
herein allowed to be Imported, If
stored, must be stored In the home or
private room of the person or per
sona soN ordering.
' Sec. 8. Nothing tn this act shall
prevent the shipment or transporta
tion of alcoholic liquors and bever
ages to any dispensary authorised by
the laws of this State to.sell same.
Sec. 9. Any person violating any of
the provisions of this act shall be
subject .to a fine of not less than
1100 or' imprisonment for not less
than three months or both In the
iiscretlon ot the court.
Sec. 10. Nothing herein contained
shall prevent the sale or transporta
tion of alcohol under and in accord
ance with the statutes of this State,
ia contained in criminal code of 1912,
sections 799, 800, 802 to 812, Inclusive.
BILL WILL PROVIDE
RIGID LIQUOR LAW
Proposed Measure In South Carolina
Legislature Takes Fall Ad
vantage of Webb Law.
SPARTANS!)RG, Jan. 14.-If a bill
irawn by the prohibition committee
representing the .Anti-Saloon league
md the "movement" for prohibition
faintly and placed In Senator H. B.
Carlisle's hands for introduction in
he South Carolina. legislature be
comes a law Hq?: jr and beer will be
lard to get fn this State hereafter.
Thc bill ls designed to take advent
ige of the authority granted State
government under the Webb law
sassed by congress a year or so ago.
lt Will not permit any person in the
3tate to hate shipped to him moro
;han one gallon of alcoholic liquor
*or beverage purposes, be it the
itrongest whiskey or the mildest beer
-just so lt contains 1 per cent alco
hol. And to get thia one gallon the
person desiring it will have to Be
ni re from the clerk of the court ot
tis county a permit. This permit must
JO sent to the house from which the
liquor is ordered and must he return
3d pasted on the outside of the pacV
Another provision or the bill ls that
the person ordering tho liquor must
sppeat In person to receive it. No
permit will bo issued In any case to a
It is added that no whtskey ship
ped into the State can be kept OT stor
ed la any business outee, ctut? house
ar club room or anywhere except in
the private home or room of the pur
Members of the commltttee who re
lamed today from Columbia said they
latlcipatcd that the bill would be
passed by the ligslature without any
rery great opposition. The passage of
roch a bill weald make the liquor taws
st South Carolina the moat rljld in
the country, said a member of the
Urs? Mef lola's Experience With
"When roy boy, Ray, was'small he
aaa ubject to croup, and I was always
Harmed at such times. Chafmher
ain-s Cough Ramsay proved far
:er^than ?ny other for this trouble.
It always relieved him quickly. I
>m never Without it In the bouse for
[ know lt is a posit;
:roup," writes Mrs. Vi. R. McClain.
Slalrsvitle, Pa. For sale by alt
MULES ?ND MARES FOR SALE
We will have a fresh Car of Mules and Mares in
our barn on
Wednesday, January 13th
We will also pay the high cash dollar for War
mules. If you have any stock that you wish to
change for younger stock now is your chance, to
let the old ones go to war.
MAY OPERATE SPECIAL
TRAIN TO COLUMBIA
FROM ANDERSON TO CARRY
VISITORS TO INAUGURAL
If Sufficient Number Can Be Se
cured Special Train Will Make
Round Trip Tuesday.
It is not improbable that a special
train will be operated from Anderson
to Columbia and return next Tuesday
to accommodate those desiring to wit
ness the Inauguration of Hon. Rich
ard J. Manning, as governor of South
Local representatives of the Blue
F.'idge Railway stated yesterday that
if as many as 100 people would make
the trip a special train would be op
erated from Anderson, which would
allow ono to leave hero Tuesday
morning, get to, Columbia in time to
witness the inauguration and. get back
here the evening of the same day. It
was suggested that the train, lt oper
ated, might ieavje here abor' 6 o'clock
In the morning and get - uack here
about 10 or 10:30 o'clock that night
Numbers cf Anderson people have
expressed already their intention of
going to Colombia for the Inaugura
tion. When it becomes -known that
one can maha the round trip in a day
and thus save considerable time and
the cost of hotel accommodations, it
ls probable that there will be others
who will make the trip.
. As stated yesterday in .The Intel
ligencer, extremely low *\itcs. will be
in effect on the railroads from all
points in. this State to Columbia, on
account of the inauguration. Round
trip tickets from Anderson will be
sold for $3.90. Tickets will be on
sale January 18, with return limit
midnight January 20.
B. O. Evans leaves this morning for
New York city and tho eastern mar
Charleston & Western
To and From the
o. 22_6:00 A. M.
Nol 6. 3:35 P. M.
No. 5 ..10:50 A. M.
No. 21 .... 4:55P.M.
rates, etc., promptly
E. WILLIAMS, G. P. A.,
T. B. CURTIS, C. A.,
Anderson, S. C.
SAYRE! A BAUD WIS
I am now located over W. A.
Power's Grocery store at 212 1-2
S. Main Street. I thank my
friends for their past patronage
and ask continuance of same.
I make plates at $6.50
I make gold crowns at$4.00
Silver fillings, SOc and up.
Gold fillings $1.00 and up
* Painless Extracting 40}e.
I make n pootalty of treating
Pyorrhea, Alveolar!* cf the gums
and ult ci'own and bridge work
and regulating mal formo! teeth?
All werk guuraalecd ilrst-clcsa.
Bldg7~A?a*wou, s. c. *
Cttisens KstseaaJ Baak Bldg. *