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Was First Hebserlber
Tu Tile Intelligencer,. (
Through a subscriber tu'The Intel
ligencer making inquiries au to. why
she failed to receive her copy of the
paper last Sumluy muming, it was
learned that the late Col. Elliot M.
iv ?ith of thc Anderson Bar. was the
flr.H subscriber to till?? paper. As gen
erally known the paper was rounded
by the late Col. James A. Hoyt. When
the subscription list to the new
paper was being prepared Col. Keitli
WUR the ilrst une to have hit name put i
down. His wife makes her nonie In!
the city with her daughter. Mrs. O. li.
Van Wyek. Other daughters of Col.
Keith in thin city are Mrs. Flora
Overman and Mrs. W. A. Chapman.
To unship Assessors
Clerk of Court Janie:* N. I'rarman i
yesterday issued notice .. to the men pf .
this county who have been appointed j
township assessors Ivy Governor Rich- i
ard I. Manning. The names of thrao j
appointees were published recently- in j
The Intelligencer. Assessors for the j
16 townships and the G incorporated ?
towns of the county wore appointed.
Arr SHH fifi.
According jto data given o;:t venter
day, tho receipts of cotton at the j
platform of [tho Standard Warehouse
company, up to Saturday night.- last,
were 1&.46GI bales. The receipts for
tho correRooUdlng period of last 'year
were 19,239. ? The figures show an ex
cess In favor of last year of 3.773
J. M. MCCOWQ'S Grocery
Chickens Require Food
Just as Human Be
Wo havel Chick food ?pr the llttlo i
"Biddles".; Scratch feed and a
f uv -.
splendid Dry Laying Mash which
makes hens lay eggs.' Pri?es right.
J. M. McCOWN
1 Phone No. 22.
Wim opens ii Savings
account und adds to it
i ; "tl mir
Ho ls, l,nt u position io
?bi . . .
take ad.? ?stage, of.,
potlualUcH when ;prc
h?. tiled. ,. ,
Bank of Anderson
The strongest Baak is
Of mrs. Chappell, ot fire lear*
Standing, Relieved by Cardri
Mt. Airy. N. C.-ttrf*?* M^fap
Ku ?t ?As mm? ^iiCL?ffi^J2S
e years with wominiy^^Wte.^^ >
stomach troubles, and ?^untshmcni
was more than any one tflWlteii.
1 tried most every kind ol medicine,
but none did me any good.
I read one day about C*rdm\ the wo
man?tonic, and I de?ded-to try it. I
Sa* nortaken but ?S?^^??8 ""2
I was almost cured. It did mc more
good than all the oUtft?edldnes I tod \
My friends begani ?ki?f. me why IM
Do you, lady reader&?riier from any
such as tusche. Jbad^^sideachc.
sleeplessness* and tratfvaftastingly bred
feel lug? ^SiMfiE-7
H so. let m.urge y % ^sSSSSL?
trial, Wc feel conlWejit it ?fe? *elp you.
tust ss it has a minion other women in
the past halt century.
won't regret IL AU druggists.
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I Mention Caught Over tho *
'eels of Anderson *
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Considerable local interest is being
taken already lu the appearance here
next Sunday of Dr. Henry X. Snyder,
the tulanted president of Wofford Col
lege, who will address thc men's mass
meeting in the court house. The sub
ject of Dr. Snyder'? address has uot
yet'been announced, but he ls sure
to speak on some topic that is
thoroughly ulive and in a manner
most interesting. Dr. Snyder is one
of the most talented speakers in this
section of the country, and wherever
he makes an address he is heard by
I nt;-1 cf ing Meeting.
An Interesting and helpful meet
ing of the ministerial union of the city
wau held yesterday morning at the Y.
M. C. A. building on West Earle
street, the following ministers boin*
present: Revs. J. M. Garrison, J. T.
Clack, t. W. Speuke. D. W Dodge. J.
A. Anderdon and \V. H. Fraser and
Di*. P. C. DuCoso und Secretary W. T.
Delvin. Ono of the most interesting
feature3 of the meeting was the read
ins of a paper on the causes and ef
fects of th; European war, by the Rev.
D. Witherspoon Dodge. After the
reading of thl i pan."r thc ministers
Indulged !n discussions of various
Tux Itt lurns.
Persons liable for'the income tax
arc urged to make their returns at
che earliest possible moment. The
lime for making these return j expired
March 1. p.nd those liable lt?.* it are
ur/rtd to qia'-e their returns before
tho rush v>f the last few days. In
lividuals with an Income of nv>r $3.
000 or $4,000 If married are liable for
ihc tax. Corporations ot un m"v.o ???j
required to make thc return, whether
there lins been earnings or not.
Mill Is Herc.
J. M. Jackson of Boston, Mass.,
treasurer of thc Equinox Mill, is n
visitor in Anderson, having, come here
on official business. This ls Mr. Jack
son's first visit to Anderson and nat
urally he is very much Interested in
tho city and this section? of the coun
try. The mill which ho comcB to visit
U one of i he best of the kind in this
?serton;-and- ls engaged in thu manu
facturing of duck.
Mr. S. C. Mnlor Out
After Ah IHjies>.
.VfcFrlonde of-'Mrv?8. C. Major, a well
known and-prosperous planter living
Just below\the city, wr.ro,. delighted
ycsjfcrday toYseo^lja. ott the Btrccts
again a?ter $ rather sere-re attack df
la grippe. Mr. Major has not fu
recovered from., ibo ?.-alta, ck I"""
?*iC?Mg.cw"M3h AO KV> about a little.
^rs.;. Bvron Wives .
Tp Pindi Ion Hore. 7.
"-frtendr nt Mrs: Edna Nr Byron "wtll
^o-lntcrestpd In knowtng that she baa
resigned her position with the Sloan
rnaurunco agency, preparatory to
Joining h ir husband Mr. S. H. Byron,
who recently took jver the Aiken
Journal and Review. Mrs. Byron hud
been connected with this company for
twp years, and prior to that time was
"i?h the Citlcens insurance company
for six consecutive years. She is one
nt the most capable stenographers in
thc city. Mrs. Byron's many friends
in tho city will regret t\> hear that
.<ho ls to leave tho city. Mrs. Byron
will tfe .succeeded nt the Sloan In
surance company by, Miss Kathleen
Hold for 8 U
Cotton waa quoted yesterday on the
streets or Anderson for 8 1-4 cents,
tho same which has prevailed for the
pest several days. A. considerable^
quantity ot thc staple was purchased
during the day by ?ocal buyers.
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Local Interest, In
A bbc ville Elevator.
There is considerable local Interest
in the announcement that W. W.
Bradley and other business men of
Abbeville are planning to erect a
grain elevator In that town tor the ?
handling of oat t,, wheat, corn and i
M her grain grown sin that section. It
ls understood that all preliminary ar
rangements for the erection of the
elevator have boen completed.
TH y Kore** At
work on Mouin J?U?II.
Under the direction of Street Over- j
seer Oilmor, the city forces were en
gaged yesterday In smoothing the sur
face of South Main street and in
cleaning out the drains. The surface j
sf the street had bscem? too dry for
drags to be used to the best advan
tage ,in smoothing down thc rough i
btydes.< so laborers were put on tho!
fob with picks and shovels. Tho Im
provement In the appearance of thc
thoroughfare is quite' marked.
Miss .T?uie c. 0?riiu&ttn ( in ch?rge '
.yt the tomato *nd canning -club work
In Anderson County. and Miss
Marianne Breazeale. .had a narrow es
cape from Injury yesterday morning
about ? o*ci?ei^t|^^rtrnaway team
crashed into the buggy In which they
were driving along West Whitner
street, near the ootnt where lt crosaes
the tracks of th? Blue Bridge Rail
road. Misses Oarllngtou and Braax
eale were en route to the Roberts
school, sud on their way up town met
the runaway team. The frightened
hers? dashed against Miss Darling
ton's buggy and the wheels nf the
buggy hitched to this horse mounted
the wheels or Miss Oarling'?n*B
buggy, smashing one of the'wheels
of her vehicle. Fortunately neither
indies occupying the buggy
re injured. fNough they had a
Tiic progress of modern modicni
science is perhaps, no more force
fully evident than in thc simplify,
lug of many of the old time re
medies of past generations. For
instance, thc harsh, cathartics and
violent purgatives used by our
forefather? io relieve constipation
are now known to be not only un
necessary but really harmful.
Constipation can he more effec
tively relieved without thc dis
comfort and pain these old-time
A combination 01 simple laxative
herbs with pepsin, sold in drug
stores under the name ot Dr. Cold
well's Syrup Pepsin ls most ef
fective, yet mild and pleasant. It
is absolutely free from opiates anc*
narcotics und equally as desirable
a remedy for the tiniest babe a
for rugged manhood. A free trial
bottle can bo obtained by writ"
to Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 412 Warm
ington St., Monticello. Ills.
narrow escape. The buggy attached
to tho runaway horse was unoccupied.
i"i\p o-ner o' Inc team could not be
Or. jenkins* Lecture
A record breaking audience heard
the lecture Sunday afternoon of Dr.
Millard A. Jenkins, formerlv pastor
of tbe First Baptist church of Athens.
Ca., which was delivered nt thc court
house at 3:"? o'clock under the sus
plees of thc Y. M. C. A. Dr. Jenkins'
uib.iect was "Running Past the Dan
cer Signals.'1 Dr. Jenkins also preach
ed Sunday morning at the First Bap
tist church, being heard by one of the
largest congregations that has been
nrescnt at this church In some
months. His sermon was on the sub
'oct of thc European war, its causes
Announcement WUP modo yesterday
by the Rev. W. T. Melvin, pastor of
Orrville and " Toxaway Methodist
churches, that_.the Rev. Will Yar
borough, commonly known as thc
f "soldier boy preacher." who 1B station
! ed at Leesville, will conduct a revival
at thc Toxaway church, beginning Fri
day, February 19.
To he Conducted Here.
At st John's- Methodist church Sun
day morning Mr. R. S. Llgon, lay
leader for the church and member of
m district .committee on evangelism,
:u..iounced the plans of the committee
for conducting a camnaign of cvangel
*j\ In this dtetrict. Jie stated that an
Invffstlfrat?Qn'by ttieHcommittee had
brought/.out th?u?act? thab/46.000 peo
ple reside in tpe Anderson, district
whb aro not affiliated with any church
and who do not attend church ser
! *.;?J?hUe the committee has not
eompletec'.*?? plans, it is their inten
tion to pi?cure a'Rumber of tents and
bring some well known evangelists to
the district and conduct a district
wide campaign. The-'district commit*
too on evangelism consists of tho Rev.
T. C. O'Dell, chairman; Mr. Oeorgo
Uoodgoift of Wllllamston, the Rev. J.
W. Speako and ;Mr. R. S. Ligon of An
derson ' * 5
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Hones For County
Board Fnnd Yet.
In conversation yesterday with a re
porter fer The Intelligencer County
I Superintendent of Education J. B. Fct
|ton stated that he T^'OR hopeful the
?ounty legislative delegation would
yet provide th? one-half mi'l tsx for
a county board fund. Ho scated that
ho had conferred with Senator Sher
ard about the matter and was hopeful
that tho item would be added in with
the appropriation bill, which has al
ready gone to Representative West of
I thc ways and means committee. The
?levy would pr?vido the board with
J about $6,("?CO. which would be used in
I'Miytng 'school furniture., larger lots
for txmools and extending school1
[terms. ' - ,.
<?xprcsB officials of tho local office
I report that the last two packages for
the Belgian ship which ls to sall from
Charleston th! v week for Rotterdam
'were sent by the Hev. J. D. CrouL
These packages Included articles ol
clothing for the stricken Belgians.
So successful have uewn tuc i???o
trated religious lectures which have
been given at the cotton n ils under
the auspices of the extension depart
ment of tho Y. M. C. A. that another
lecture has been purchased. This one
deals w|th missionary work .in thc
Philippines and ls entitled "Over
t'rasy Han Rles
In .County JaiL
Charlie Lucas, a feeble minded ne
gro who was brought to the county
Jal several dav? ago where he waa be
ing held pending the Issuance of pa
pera committing him to the State. Hos.
pital for the Insane; died early. Bun
day-morning. The negro was attended
throughout his illness by Dr. H. il.
Acker, county physician.
tYUdlng ap Affairs. *
Magistrate W. C. Broadwell Is busy
nowadays winding up affairs of his of
fice preparatory to turning lt over to
Ms successor. Asked yesterday for
some data with reference to his rec
ord. Magistrate Broadwell stated that
during the time he had been In office
which has been since inly 24, 1912.
he had tried 1,22? cases. Various ver
dicts were returned in these numerous
caaes, bnt not tu a Mingle Instance baa
higher court reversed ana'Of hi
sentences. Many of his decidions were
apealed, but thc higher court hus al
ways upheld him. Mr, Broadwell is
justly proud of his record. Ho Blot ea
that he is grateful to his friends whu
endorsed hin petition for reappoint
ment and ^predates thc kindness.
m ty have uliown him In thc past.
I. Itel lon Wat KO n
M or h Improved.
Aicord i ur, to Infirm?t ion received
yesterday from thc bedside of Hon. j.
Delton Watson, who is lu a Columbia
hospital, where he was npcrnt'-d on
last Thursday, the patient ls very
murh better. This will bc good news
to Mr. Watson's friends throughout
Jlctfer Yt ?jTdnj.
Reports yesterday from the bedside
of Harold Webb, who suffered con
"stlon of the liver following an u'
tack of jaundice, were to the effect
that he waa somewhat improved Up ra
his return from Florida about u month
ago. where he nnd other young men
went to assist in the harvesting of the
orange crop, Mr. Webb developed the
malady from which he has suffcrcl
Mr. Cooper's Violin
Thc congregations attending morn
ing, vesper and night services at St.
John's Methodist church Sunday were
charmed with thc violin work of Mr.
Cooper, who will be director of the or
chestra of "Tho Anderson" theatre.
In addition to playing all thc hymn:)
S ? day morning Mr. Cooper rendered
a ?olo. At the vesper services he
rendered two solos and the obligato
for a solo by Mrs. W. H. Nardin. Mr.
Cooper is a. talented violinist, and ls
a graduate ofy.he Conservatory of
Music ut Cincinnati.
Asa Hall of Antrevillo was a visitor
In thc city Monday.
T. L. Watkins of Belton sp:ut yes
terday in the uity, on business.
Dan Douglas, a jewelry drummer of
New York, was In the city yesterday
.ailing on local dealers ,
D*. A. ?. Odom of brocnvlllc was
in tito city yesterday on business.
11. . i
W. K. lludgcna of Pclzer was a
visitor 'in the city .yesterday.
J. M. Elgin of Mountain.Creek was
'inong tho visitors ip the city yester
? ' ?<.. . -IUI} : w .
C. K. Drown of i thc .country wus In
cit? yostorday o?'business.
John M ab l G rs o? ?t?e jMountain
wreck section wu? among tho visitors
In the city yesterday.
Will Martin, of the country spent
yesterday in the city."
Henry Tate ol Stan was among thc
visitors in the city yesterday.
J. C. Bolt of the country Was in thc
city yesterday for a short v/hlle.
L. T. Campbell of thc country spent
yesterday In the city.
E. F. Ali'Kid nf Liberty spent yes
terday in thc city.
J. C. Nally of thc High Shoals sec
tion was among the visitors in thc
j city yesterduy.
Bert Nally bf Ute High Shoals sec
tion spent yesterday in the city.
*j Jj! nixon of the local bar went to
Pendleton yesterday on business.
t). B. McPhBll o' thc Hopewell sec
tion wgs among-the visitors in thc
R! C. Brownlee of Due \Vest la vla
itlcg In the city.
Joe Do?thlt cf Srndy Springs spent
yesterday in the cky.
S. F. Hank i bf the country was
-?"^ng thc visitors in the city yester
Jule Duckworth of tho Lebanon
section spent yesterday in the city.
S. M. Jones of the country was a
visitor in tue eily yO?icru?j.
D. T. Blackwell of Due West was a
visitor in thc city yesterday.
A. P. Spence who travels out of An
derson spent Sunday in the city.
Joe Sullivan spent Sunday In Wil
Hamstbn with relatives.
8. S. Rittenberg, publicity ?gent cf
Clemson College, was In Ute city yes
C. A. Chapman of SpartanbUrg was
-ir?onf tho business visitors In tho
':ity yesterday. .
Mrs. J. O. McKinley of Augusta was
In thc city yesterday for a Bhort
R. C. Kornegay of Lumberton. N.
[ C., spent yostorday in the city.
E. A. Crawford of Richmond was
?among the business visitors in the
city yesterday. .
Miss Carlbel Cooiey of WU liam a ton
** a?*ong the ?hoppers in the ?ity
j yesterday._ ' . .
Miss Lillie Buchanuon of Au tun
and Mr A. Ff. P. Sit ton of Pendleton
were shoppers in the city yesterday.
DELEGATION GOING TO
ANDERSON WILL BE WELL
REPRESENTED AT BIG
REV. P. C. DUBOSE
Delivered Lecture Herc Sunday
on Subject of the Approach
Bundey morning at tbc hour for thu
Sunday achoo! ica:sou tho Hov. Palmer
:\ I >u I io: . addressed over ono lum
Lcd men lu tho Fitting School room
of thc Firsi Presbyterian church ni
thc subject of the Laymen's Conven
tion which will convene i:i Charlotte,
next Tuesday, Wednesday and Thurs
day, thc 1?. 17 and 18. A large dele
gation o? men from the churches of
^idcrson and Anderson county will
attend this meeting. When asked
about the matter ycierdny Dr. Fra
zer declared that lie had already re
ceived assu.ance of 11 men who will
to from his church, which l? the First
Presbyterian. There aro libers who
are considering tho matter and will
most probably go. lt ta to be a gre??,
meeting for inspiration and broadan
:ng of violon.
Dr. n. A. Henry of Hie Central
church and Dr. Frazer of thc First
church went to thc first convention,
which was held in Hirmingham in
1911. and they huve hceu enthusiastic,
"vcr tho approaching convention to
be held In Charlotte. They will both
ittend. and arc urging ull who can
to go. The program is one of thc
moEt attractive that could have been
prepared. Dr. John I > Molle, who is
tho Chairman of tho W orld's Mission
ary Conlerence, and chairman as wdl
of tho Wolds Christian Student
Federation will speak on, ' Tho Mes
sage of Thc Hour." Dr. Motto has
Just returned from Europo, where
with credentials from thc president of
the United States he was allowed td
pan through thc lines ci battle and
hold conferences with christian Icad
ora In norlin, Paris, London aud other
centers. Di*. Robert E. Speer will ap
pear twice on tho platform of tho con
vention: first with the message on,
"v'ondiiioos for World Evangeliza
ron," and second w!th a message on,
.Christian Mlfslona und Wirld Is
SUCM." William T. Ellis, familiar lo
all church workers, will Bpesk ott.
'.Tim Now Times and The New Man."
Mr. J.vCatnpbell Whlto, secretary of
the Laymen's Missionary Movement,
will ipeak on. "Leaving Your .Mark
On the World." and, in addition will
'.?nduet conferences t-n stewardship
during tho convention.
Thc famous -Union Seminary quar
tette will bc prominently before tho
convention with the great spiritual
lioogs for which they arc noted.
Thc whole of thc Cnlon Theologi
cal Seminary. Including faculty and
students, w'.ll be present Davidson
college will have . Its cntlro student
body pr?tent at least ono day mid
permUsltm will bu given thc students
to ri-rualn for tho whclc time Upon re
quest. A solid train will be run 'rom
Allanta .and sections will come from
Mcbile. Montgomery, Hirmingham and
"?ther centers. ' This will bc a gather
ing long to be remembered. The
bles3iugs to be realized are Incalen
labio. Happy that church which
hall have a strong delegation to ut
AND CURE COLDS
No headache, sour stomach, bad
cold or censtitpation by
Get p. ID-cent box.
olds-whether In thc head or any
part of thc body-are quickly over
come by urging the liver-to action and
beeping, tho bowelB free of poison.
Take Cascareis tonight and you will
wake up with a clear head, and no
doubt you will wonder what became
of your cold. Cascareis work while
you sleep; they cleanse and regulate
the stomach, remove tho sour, undi
gested food and foul gases; take tho
excess bile from the liver and carry
off thc constipated waste matter and
poison from the bowel.--.
Remember the quickest way to get
rid of colds is one or two Cascarcta
at night to cleanse the eystem. ' Oet a
10-cent box at any drug store. Don't
forget Hie children. They relish tills
Cundy Catartlc. and lt ls often all that
ia needed to drive a cold from their
John A. Servas of Rochester, N. Y.,
representing the manufacturers of the
scenery for the new theatre, ls In the
city for several days supervising the
Installation of the scenery.
E. G. Evans of Pendleton was In thc
city yesterday for a short' while,
P. Bagwell of Piedmont spent yes
terday in tho city on husmeas.
M. H. Felder a student of Wofford
College is visiting his sister. Mrs. S.
\V. Danner on B'.eckley street.
De Tea Fiad Fault With Everybody!
An irritable, faul? finding disposition
la often due to a disordered stomach.
A man with good digestion ls nearly
always good natured. A great maier
have been permanently benefited '>y
Chamberlain's Tableta after years of
suffering. These tablets strengthen
the stomach and enable it fi perform
its functions naturally. ? bulnabla
everywhere. . /<-:'
Tuesday, Feb. 9th
The Frank Lea Short Players
Written l\y Edmund Rostand, the
greatest living writer of Comedies.
Children.. . . 50c
No seats reserved.
Curtain 8:30 P. M.
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Is vt hut iiinkcs our business good. Yon may pain u little lions
lhere and yonder, but ticing our goods all tbc nay through,, from
month to mt.nth, you will Hud Umt the quality und price cammi be
Vc ran supply your table nilli more g?:ed things tu cut tbuu iiuy
store in Anderson.
In uddltlen lo everything yen cull tor tn table luxuries, nc have
Mfg nnd Reef ll rn I ns, Liver Sausage, Spure Itlbx, Pork Chop* Mid
.Souse Aleut, Liver, Y ci:! Chops and Steaks.
Pork Sunsitgc, Ifambcrpcr nnd Frankierter?,' West Point fJjs?
ters und Fresh Fish. - ' ' jT'
1.1 VF AN? RHF.NNKll POl'LTRV.
You mu help us by 'phunlng in your order carly every mum?
??L? SOI TH MAIN
SAM HARPER, Manager.
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