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The Winners and
become old and ding
Harrison's Vitrolac S
by experience that it
duces a beautiful anc
ly and inexpensively,
Mr. J. L. Farmer, won 1
Mr. A. C. Todd, aron Secoi
- Mrs. C, C. Gribble, won Th
Keep your eye on
we will have anothe
other prizes to be coi
Don't Forget to Paint -
of yow children mad? at your
home. J *r
Keep a record of your Child,
it will bc a tr enture sn old aga.
Lat us know when to catt.
Ben's Art S
On The Square.
I am now located orer W. A.
F wer'a Grocery store at 212. \.2
8. Main Street. I thank my
friends for their past patronage
and ask continuance of same.
I make plates at $6.50
I maka gold crowns at$4.00
Sumer fillings, 80c and op.
Gold fillings $1.00 kind op
Painless Eai/acting 40ku
I make a specialty ot treaGng
Pyorrhea, Alveolaris of Gie gums
and all crown and bridge work
and regulating mal formed teeth.
All work guaranteed first-class.
S. G. BRUCE
Younga IslauvVa C., KOT. S3, lil?,
To get started with yea ye make
you the following offer. Bend us $1.60
for 1.000 Frost Proof Cabbage Plante,
grown in tits open air and will stand
freeling, grown from tits Celebrated
Seed o2 Bulgine & Boa and Thorburn
& Co., and I will send you 1,000 Cab
bage Plaata.gd4!Utioual FRSEB. and yan
can repeat tte order us many , times
as you Uki, I will gire you special
prions on Potato Geed and Potato
Plants later. We want tba accounts
ot close buyers, large and smell. Ws
can supply alt
A Card of Thanks.
The family of tbs late Mrs. W. A.
KcSwaln wish to thank their friends
and neia^soraJBsc. thain ?lautaana,.^
attention * tb? tia* ot ber death, v
?iture and woodwork
y, invest in a can of
tain finish and learn
is a product that pro
i durable finish easi
First Prizes-A Cresaer.
ad Prize:-Rr rrj Ladle,
lid Prise:-Card Beecher
our Show Window;
r ftebus soon with
"ASK DUGAN WHY"
int and Color
uilding, Phone 647.
SOUTH CAROLINA IS FIRST
This State Has Largest Percentage |
Wheat Increase la Union.
CLEMSON COLLEGE. Jan. 16.
South Carolina leads all tho States
of the union in the percentage of in
crease in acreage of winter wheat
over last year, according to statistics
received at Clemson College from the
United States department of agricul
ture. - On' December 1, when Gie gov
ernment's estimates were made,, the
wheat acreage In South Carolina was
three times as great aa that ot last
',ear, which is to say that the increase
amounts to 200 per cent. This ls the
largest oercentage of increase in win
ter whee?-'acreage in the entire Unit
ed States, the average of increase for
the whole country being orly ?bout
ll p?r cent
The acreage in wheat last year In
this State was C2/MM) acres and the!
government's estimate o? ?Le acreage I
planted this season; up to December *
ll i* 2/.6.OC0 acres. Reports received
at C)emson since December 1 warrant
the belief that the final figures will
show nearly 300.000 acres in South
Carolina to have been sown to wheat
this season. The figures arc baaed on
reports from the county d?monstra
tion agents of Clemson College, who
began working among their nelghborr
in the Interest of small grain sowing
shortly after the outbreak of the Ei
ropean war. One of the most grati
fying features o? the wheat report ot
the government is that Ute conditio!
ot Ute crop in South Carolina on De
cember 1 waa 96, four -points abo vf
Ute ten year average, and the weather
Since then has been excellent for the
ferain. In view of this, with continued
favorable conditions, the average
yield of the State r>ould be largor
than tn normal years.
RID STOMACH OF
.Tape's Diapepein" ands all
Stomach distress in five,
You don't want a slow remedy when
your stomach is bad-or an uncertain
One-or a harmful one-your Stomach
ls too valuable; you mustn't Injure lt
with drastic drugs.
Pepe's rapepsin is noted for tts
speed In giving relief; Its harmless
Bess; Its certain unfailing action in
regulating sick, sour, gassy stomachs
(ts millions of cures In indigestion,
iyspepsls, gastritis and other stomach
trouble has made lt famous the world
Keep thia perfect stomach doctor in
pour home-keep it hendy-get a
large fl tty-cent case from any drag
Esnd then if anyone should eat
thing which doesn't agree with
-. lt what ti ey eat lays like lead,
rennen ts and sours and forms gsa;
sanees headache, dtsstuess and nau
sea; eructations pf acid dad undigest
?d food-remember as soon as Pepe's
Diapepsln come* in contact with the
stomach all such distress vanishes.
Its promptness, certainty and ease in
jvcreommg the worst stomach disor
ient ts a revelation to those who try
Hrs. McClain's Experience With
"When my bey.. Ray, was small he
ras ubject to croup, and I w% always
damed at each times. Chamber
ala's Cough Remedy proved far bet
er, than any other fer this treabio.
Et always relieved htm quickly. I
un never wtthout lt tn the. house for
[ toeow lt ls a positive care for
:roup." writes Mrs. W. tc McClain,
totegjdjile. Pa. . For *
JOINT. LEGISLATIVE COM*
MITTEE FILES REPORT
Address of Governor Manning
Will Bo Delivered From State
Special to Tba IntoUifnotr.
COLUMBIA. Jan. 16.-The commit
tee appointed to arrange a program
for the Inauguration ceremonies for
Governor Richard I. Manning next
Tuesday, with Dr. George W. Dick ol
Sumter, chairman, has drawn up the
"The Joint committee respectfully
report that after consultation with I
the governor and lieutenant governor, ]
elect, they have arranged the follow
ing program for the inaugural cere- !
"The house ot representatives bein?,
in session at noon, January 19, will
oe joined by the senate. As soon BB
tho Joint assembly shall haye been or-1
ganlzed and Beat ed, the governor, Gie
governor-elect and lieutenant gover
nor-elect, the Bcnators and represen,
tatlves In congress from this State
who may1 be in Columbia, the chl'.f j
Justice and associate Justices of ?ne
supreme court, the circuit judge, of
the State, and tho United States'
Judges who may be present in 'Jolum
bla and the State ofBcers, 1er umbent
and elect, the trustees and fa cutty of
the University of South Carolina and
students of said university, ?aid uni
versity being a State Institution locat
ed at the capitol, will be escwtou by
the. committee on arrangements from
the supreme ev *t room to the hall
of the hov? i:t ?. presentatives.
I*. "As they -?ii-odch the rostrum the
?3rg?ant-at-?i-ms of the house of rep
resentatives will announce:*'Hui ex-1
cellency, the governor-elect, the lieu
tenant governor-elect, and their es
corts.' The Joint assembly at the or
der of the president protempore ' ol
the senato will arise and receive them
standing until they are seated. The
governor-elect, lieutenant governor
olect and the chief justice and? thc as*
ROC;ate Justices Will be seated on the
rostrum at the speaker's -?esk; the es
corts accompanying thou will be scat,
ed to the right and Toft ot the speak
"The -assembly having been called \
to order tho prcidpnt pro tempore of
th? senate wi'.: announce that the j
proceedings will be opened with pray
er and ofter the prayer the president
vi o tempore of the senate will an
nounce that the Hon. richard I. Man
zAns, govomor-elct, la prient and i
ready to qualify; thereupon the gov
ornorrelect wilt advance to the desk]
on the right of the ?peaker and thc I
Hon, Eugene B. Gary, chief Justice,
will advance tb tb? desk on the lett
of the speaker. >ath of office will j
then. be administered by the chief
justice of the supretno court of the
State of South Carolina.
"Tho president pro tempore of tho
senate will then announce that the
Hon. Andrew J.. Bethea, lieutenant
gbijeruor-elect, ls present and ' ready
to qualify, whereup the lieutenant
governor-elect and tho Hon. Eugene
B. Gary, chief Justice, will advance as
In the case of the governor-elect, and
tba chief justice of lae supreme court
of tho State of South Carolina will I
administer the oath of office to the
' "The president pro tempore of the
3enate will then announce that the
governor will deliver hut address from
a rostrum on the front steps of the
State House and then declare the Joint
assembly dissolved. The governor
and lieutenant governor sud their es
corts will thea Immediately proceed
in tho same order in which they en?
tered the hall of tho house of repre-1
sen tatt ves to the front ot the State I
House, the members of the generaf |
assembly following. \
"The committee: For the senate:
George K. Laney. R. D. Eppe snd
Huger Sinkler; for the house: George
W. Dick, J. T. Liles and F. C. Robin
Tenth Conviction in Bis; Gamb
ling Cnaa Recorded Yester
The tenth conviction on charges of
gambling, growing out of a Christmas
"hot sapper" held by a bunch of ne
groes, en the plant M gs of Mr. D. B.
McPbail, several miles north of tba
city, was recorded yesterday morn
tog tn th* court of Magistrate W. C.
Marlon Davis, who took part Ia tba
rame of "akin/' but who made his get
?way when tho officers raided the
Cotise, surrendered,yesterday to Mag.
Intrate Broadweli and pleaded guilty
to. the charges which bid been made
tgagut him. Davis was sentenced to
a nae od lid or seras SO days on
chslngang. His une was paid by
VvTnen the officers raided Gie negro
?muse they arrested only six negroes.
Later on negroes who bad gambled
but who made their escape dropped
the magistrate's office, one at a
and entered pleas of guMy to
which officers bsd pretarred
? ELECTRIC CIT*
* Item? of Interest and r ional
? Wireless o:
Is Launched1 Here*
A new enterprise was launched In
Anderson 'sst evening, and, though its
place ot business le In the very shad
ow or the town clock, there is 'nothing
loing" "on time"-terms atrictly cash,
says the proprietor. Hr. Adolph Oels
berg, former steward of the Kimball
house of Atlanta. "Everything per
fectly sanitary and up to the very mo
ment, too," says Chef Oelsberg.
"Everything cooked by electricity,"
and you can see the electric stove
right in the front of the establish
ment Eggs bolled, shirred, scramb
led. fried, fricassed. baked, broiled, in
fact cooked any way you ever heard
ot one being cooked, and |'.l done by
the latest method of cooking-elec
tricity. Cottee, steaks, chops, pies,
cakes, etc., etc, etc., ad libitum cook
ed the same way; in fact "the electric
way is the Only way," say Chef Oels
berg, so there you are; and every
thing looks mighty nice, clean' and
Inviting-and here's betting that the
Btw enterprise makes good In Ander
son, war or no war.
In Police Cedit,
Once again sinners failed to fall,
Tor yesterday, there was a dearth ot
material for the police court mill.
During all bf the past week there was
practically nothing transpiring tn th!
quarter. One' small case had been
docketed for the court, but at the
eleventh hour lt was announced that
the case would be carried over nntll
Monday, so as to allow the defendant
time to employ counsel, get together
witnesses, etc. Up until a late hour
last night no arrests had been made
by tho police end unless there are
ai re ?ts made today the recordftr Trill
have little to engage hts attention on
New Sehe lulen
Ia Effect "Coday.
...The new schedules on the Piedmont
& Northern lines went into effect at
midnight' last night Beginning with
today,*there will be seven trams in
and out ot Anderson each day Instead
of nine, the two; limited trains having
been, taken off for the present. Tho
observation cars which were operat
ed on these limited trains will be
??>red In the barns at. Greenville. All
tra?na on Ute Interurban lines will
now make alt stope. There will be
through ti sins between Anderson and
Greenville ?ind1 Anderson and Green
wood, as usu.iL ? - .
Er. Fretweil ls
Pleased With Projeet.
Mr. J. J. Fretweil is delighted with
the deal which Oie farmers and bus!
ness men's grain committee of the
Chamber of Commerce has made with
Edward H. Richards of Willow City.
X. D., looking to the erection here of
a grain elevator. In speaking yes
terday ?f tn? *??*ier with a represen
tative of'the cn^Sc. Jl Carneree
Mr. Fretweil stated that he thought lt
Waa a splendid move and belloved that
lt would meet with success. Friday
night Mr. Fretweil held a lengthy
conference with Mr. Richards and
discussed all details of the grain ele
vator proposition. Mr. Fretweil states
that there ls no Coubt of the advisa
bility ot fanners planting more osts.
It is not too late 'now to sow oats, he
states, though it ls too late to plant
Scenery For New
A letter received yesterday at the
Chamber of Commerce from the John
A. Servas Scenic studio, of Rochester,
N. Y., ?tates that a solid carload of
scenery for the Anderson theatre had
been loaded and la ready for ship
ment The scenery should arrive here
by January 20 it was stated. The
scenery for the opera house will cost
tn the neighborhood of 12,000. The
letter stated that an elaborate Vene
nan scene had been selected for the
drop curtain design, the matter of se
lecting this design having been left
to the manufacturers.
ii a ?
Mtty Qualify Soon,
Hon -S. V. Wolfe, who returned
from Columbia yesterday noon, to
spend the week-end here, stated that
the bills which he and Senator J. L.
Sherard had Introduced fn their re
tpectlvto branches;of the general as
sembly authorising the governor to
appoint four commissioners for An
derson County had passed to third
reading and would soon be enacted
Into law. The govern ctr will make the
appointments upon Ute recommenda
tion of the delegation, and the dele
ration will, of conree, nominate those
tour gentlemen who were designated
tor the' ornees In- the primary ot last
summer. It will be recalled that by
ia oversight their names were left oft
the general election ticket and' they
gem not, therefore, duly elected. Mr.
Wolfe thinks that Oie appointements
will be made in time for the commis
sioners to take charge of their duties
reaper Set1 vices ?<.'
At St. JokVs Today.
Th? ?Mjuir St St. JOuu's
lat church thia afternoon at 6
promises to be more Interest
than ever. A delightful musical
will be earned ont Mesara,
slaoanley and Horsfall will perform
m the cello end violin, respectively.
Kr. Horsfall viii render "The Roe
wry." Mr. Sam Orr Triable will sing
?Now the Pay ia Boded." These art
sta are wall known la Anderson and
t is probable that there will be a
arge attendance at the vesper s?r
i?es this afternoon, to' hear the de*
ightffrt faying and slaging and par
icicate i*, the *?trices. .
********** * * *
Mention Caught Ovar tho *
seta of Anderson ^
atber of Chero-Cola
Visiting in City.
L. A. Hatcher of Columbus. Qa., who
B generally spoken of as the father
if th? well known and popular ber
rage known as Chero-Cola, is spend
ing some time lu Anderson on bus!
tess. J. B. Fitzgerald of Spartan
lurg, who ls Interested in the same
interprise, was also a visitor in the
:ity yesterday. C. D. Faulk of O ?.aha,
la., who will succeed A. P. Spence as
ocal manager ot the company, has ar'
ived and taken up bis new duties,
dr. Spence will bo connected with
he head office of the concern and will
ravel the States of North and South
karolina and Georgia. He 'will re
sin Anderson as his headquarters. In
peaking yesterday of tho- Chero-Cola
melness, Mr. Hatcher stated that dur
ng the first year of the business
omethicR like $100.000 .worth of the
yrup was sold. During the second
-ear about $300.000 worth of the
yrup was sold, and daring tue third
'ear. which ' has Jost closed, almost
1,000,000 worth was sold.
? - ? o
Mr. M. M. Mattison went to llones
*ath yesterday afternoon to be with
ils father, who celebrates his 76th
lirthday. A family reunion was held
,t the home of the distinguished eitl
en . and numerous relatives and
rlends were present to felicitate the
.enerable gentleman on having at
alned this ripe old age. Friends and
Ldrairers throughout the county ex
end him best wishes and wish for
dm yet many happy retaras of the
Pass ls Awarded.
The third annual pass to the Pal
netto theatre was awarded last night
0 Charlie Rohdy, a well known young
nan of the city. This ls an interest
ng contest which bas been going on
it the Palmetto for the past several
reeks. Twice each week an annual
teas to Gie Palmetto is given, the
>erson holding the lucky ticket in a
Ira whig contest which' ls held on
?Vednesdy and Saturday nights.
1 IVA NOTES
The Woman's Missionary Society ot
he First Baptist churuh met on Fri-1
lay afternoon at the home of Mr?.
?. B. Spoon. There was a splendid r t- j
endance and two very interesting pa- I
sers were read by Mrs, T. R- Miller I
ind Miss Corrie Howell. The follow- I
ng officers were elected for the en-j
ming year: Mrs. W. A. Wi I er, presi
dent; Mrs. B. A. Watt, secretary and
drs. H. W Wakefield, treasurer. A
nost pleasant social hour was en joy
id, after the business had been dis
)ORcd or. during which Mrs. Spoon
ie rv od her guests a delightful sweet
Dr? D_ A. Bur ries and wife, return-i
id yesterday from the Salem section,!
ifter a stay of several days, with Gie j
ormer's sister, Mrs. D. M. Watson.
Miss Eula Mae Heads spent a j
ihort while this, week with friends |
Miss Ether Balley ot Storevlllo ts]
be guest this week of Misses Yera!
md Ruby Spoon.
Quite a number of the young folks
net at Gie home ot Miss Margaret
Vllson on Friday evening whero they
pent a few boars most ph.-asantly in
ilaying various gamea.
Mr. Bradley Leverett of Starr was!
i visitor here this week for a short]
Messrs Herman Kay and Carl
Ireer of Hones Path were visitors |
tere the first of the week.
The regular monthly meeting of the I
?riscllla will be held at the home of
Ira. C. D. Evans on next Wednesday !
it 3 o'clock
Mrs. 8. M. McAdams baa returned
rom a short stay with relatives in
Mr. Raid Sherard of Belton bas
et urned home from a visit to hi
aotber. Mrs. V. C. Sherard.
On next Friday afternoon the 22nd
it 2 o'clock the Sewing Circle will
neet at the home of Hrs. B. A- Watt.
Mr. Jesse Albon *ot Bowman, Ga.,
pent Thursday night In town.
Mr. Feaster Jones of starr was tn
own a few hoon Thursday.
Among those who attended the
kutday School convention at Starr
n lest Wednesday were. Mr. A B
?alley. Miss Eula Mae Hanks and
Irs. M. A. Chapman.
Mr. Jay McCullough "ns moved bis
market into the store-room recently
acatad by Levert >t and Company
Miss Maggie Thompson, one ot the
?achers of tba Iva High School left
aetsrday for Seneca, where she goss
o spend the week-end with W
Prof. Moora, principal ot Gie Aa
reville High School, and Prof. Fslkel
iJ^"^9*}}1^ guests satur
ny c ? ?ir. v. TJ. Cain
KKBFKG IK GOOD CONDITION
Many people suffer from Indigestion
ad constipation and Co bat know it.
; feeling of duUaaata sad laug sid
aaa, bitter taste ta the mouth, h ead
ine, bilious fever-most of thone
ondulons when you "ara not triakv
at dont feel rtsht"-can be traced
> sluggish bowels and torpid tiver.
Whey Cathartic Tablets cleanse tba
rtstem, arouse the' tiver, banish ta
Igestion tad maka you "fee! good all
vaT^-Ugbt, enorgatic nag aabddkjas.
oki by. Brea* Paarstaay*_.
RECOVERS SEI SILVER
WARE STOLEN DEG. 24
DETECTIVE DRENNAN GETS
IN ANOTHER CLEVER BIT
Silverware Was Stolen by . Negro
and Presented to His
lu recovering yesterday a set of 26
pieces ot sllverwsyj and arresting tho
mau who ls charged with the theft ot
the same. State Detective W. B. Oren
ann executed another clevtbr blt of
work. Ernest Robinson is th? r.&gro
charged with steeling the silver, and
tie is now reposing In the county
(all, with a mass of very damaging
svldence hanging over bis head.
Christmas eve one Tony Gray pur
chased a set bf 26 pieces of silverwsro
from a local Jeweler. Tony left the
silverware at the house of one Lon
Rogera, near Mennefleld's store, on
North Main street, while he came
back to tows to witness the fireworks.
While Tony was down town taking
In the sights some one entered Lou
Pagers' domicile and lifted the sot of
The matter was reported to Detec
tive Drennan, and yesterday he
brought his investigations to a colse,
with the following evidence, to wit:
That Ernest Robinson stole tbs set of
silver and presented lt to his fiance,
Davis, who hld lt In her trank,
.3 house of John Robinson, ber
jrov.ier-ln-law end the father of her
Intended husband, Ernest Robinson,
The parties live on the plantation of
Mr. W. A. Watson, in North Ander
An interesting episode in the cass
is that several days. ago. Detective
Drennan had Occasion to search this
negro woman's trunk while working
on a whiskey eise. In searching the
trunk he saw the silverware, but at
thal time ho had no evidence that
would- 'lead him to believe this was
Ute silverware which had been stolen
from'Tonv Gray, st the house of Lou
Rogers, on Christmas eve.
The Day Io Congress
WASHINGTON, Jan. 16.-8BNATE:
Debate resumed on proposal to ut
tach a prohibition rider, covering the !
capital, to the District of Columbia
t- Democrats planned a caucus late I
today to agree on a legislative pro-|
Caucus adopted resolution to make j
shipping bill come up after the Dis
trict of Columbia appropriation billi
and lo consider amendments to the |
shipping bill Monday night.
Recessed at 8:60 p. m. to ll a m.
HOUSE: Representative L?beck In
troduced resolution to empower V
president to declare embargo against f
any belligerent who Interferes with
American shipping in Violation of In
Consideration river and harbor ap- j
nronrlntlon bill resumed,
Representative Underwood's motion
that house meet at ll a. ra. Tuesday
and dispose of rivers and harbors
bill that -*ay was adopted.
Adjourned at 6:20 p. m. to noon
FTfE CENTS PEOVES IT
A G?n?rons Ofter.. Cut out this <
ad., enclose with g ?ente to Foley &
O., Chicago, III., writing your name
KL'J address plainly and relive a tree
trial package containing foley's
Honey and Tar Compound, for coughs,
colds and croup; Foley Kidney Pills,
tor kidney and. bladder complaints,
backache, pains in Joints, rheuma
tism;; and Foley Cathartic Tablets,
a wholesome and thoroughly dunn
ing cathartic-try all three tor I
santa, tho cost of malling. SoM by
Buyers to Shi
Effective August 1st, t9l
and guaranteed against
that time. All cars full
Touring Car* 4SHD
AU reta? buyers of now )
ist, 1914 to August 1st,
profits of the company t<
$6o per car. on each ca
ED; we sell, and de'tive
cars during that period.
..(Ask for Pa
WHY AND WHERE
Goods sold by us
"GUEST SELLS TUE BEST"
J SAYRE A BALDWIN .
? ARCHITECTS .
? Bleckley Bldf. Anderson, S. ' C. *
? Cltisens National Back BM* *
. *? '-?- TT* -?A.
Read my list and see if I
haven't got what you
One 52 acre tract? ?
One 65 acre tract.
One 82 acre tract.
One 30 acre tract.
, One 43 acre tract.
And a lot of others that
[ haven't mentioned.
Call on me and let me
explain to you where
these are and the prices.
H. G. Love,
Offlee Orer HnbbardV Jewelry Store.
m Ford Care
ire in Profite
4 -to August tst,?i9iS
any reductions during
f equipped f. c. b. De
?Town Car. 690
3nrrf ?nra from Alienist
49! S will share inthe
> the extent of $40 to
f they buy, PROVtD,
r 300,000 nev Ford