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BILL AUTHORIZING ELEC
TION INTRODUCED YES
TERDAY IN LEGISLA
TURE BY DELEGA
BE HELD MAR. 16
Forty or Fifth Year S Per Cent ?
Bonds Proposed in Bill to Be
Drafted Here by Committee
Tin: Anderson County delegation to
tin- general assembly has Introduced
In thc legislature n hill authorising
the holding of on election in Ander
son County on .March 1$ on the ques
tion of issuing $7."i0,000 bonds for good
Following a meeting of the directors
of the chamber of commerce last Wed
nesday night, when resolutions were
adopted calling upon the delegation to
themselves I??u?> one million dollars
bonds for good roads in Anderson
Couty, a party of gentlemen repre
senting tliej fthamber .. of commorcc.
Advice ol Mother BO Doutt Pr?
venu Daughters Untimi\j End.
Ready, Ky.~" 1 was not able to do
anything for nearly six months/' writes
Mrs. Laura Bratcher, of this place, "and
was down in bed for titree months.
I cannot tell you how I suffered with
my head, and with nervousness and
Our family doctor told try husband he
could not do me any good, and he had
to rive it up. We tried another doctor,
but he did not help me.
At last, my mother advised me to take
Cardui, the woman's tonic. I thought
lt was no usc for 1 was nearly dead and
nothing seemed to do me any good. But
I took eleven bottles, and now I ara able
to do ali of rh y work'and my own
1 think Cardui is the best medicine in
the world. My weight has increased,
and I look the picture of health. "
If you sui Fer from any of the ailments
' peculiar to Women, get a bottle of Cardui
?"' today. Delay is dangerous. Wc know
it will help you. for it has helped so
???': many thousands of other weak women
' in the past 50 years.
Writtf: Chattanooga Medicln? Co.. LadiaV
Advisory Dew.. Chattanooga, Tann., tor S*tci*i
itutrtiftitntonT^urCawana 84 paja book. Hors*
Treatment for Iranian." In plain wrapper. Jt.O. 1 SS
J. M. McCowo's Grocery
Chickem Require Food
Just Human Be.
We have Chick feed for Hie. little
"Kiddles". Bofotch foed tutti a
splendid br'y/'^gylng Mash which
makes hens.lay eggs. Prices right.
J. M, ?VIcCOWN
?nene He, fa,
city council, and tho board of county
commissioners went to Columbia for
tbe purpose of meet)nc with the dele
gation from tbls county and urging
them to Issue these bonds. The idea
of this committee was to have the del
egation issue the bonds without sub
mitting lt to a vote of the people.
Decide on Popular Vote.
Returning yesterday afternoon from
Columbia, Mr. E. R. Horton, who went
down as a member of thc committee,
stated that after a conference between
the committee and the delegation it
was thought best to refer the matter
of a bond issue for good roads to thc
people, rather than have the delega
tion take this step of their own accord.
The committee and the delegation al
so decided to have the vote on the
'.u cat ion of Issuing $760,000 bonds
rather than a million.
Delegation I nanimoos.
tn speaking of the conference. Mr.
Horton stated that the members of.
the delegation : were Impressed with
the strong endorsement given thc
matter and were unanimously In fa\ ir
of introducing a bill authorizing thc
holding of an election on thc question
of bonding the county for $750,000 to
be used In tho building of good roads.
Following thc conference Senator
Sherard caused to bc introduced in
tho senate a bill authorizing thc hold
ing of such an election in Anderson
County on March 16.
As vestorday waa the hist day for
the introduction of new bille in either
branch of the general assembly, and
as the delegation did not have its bill
in final shape, Senator Sherard intro
duced the linton County bill, substi
tuting the name of Anderson County
for Union County and making other
alterations In the Union measure to
fit the case of Anderson County. Noxt
week this bill will be withdrawn and a
new bill, which will be drawn up to
day by local attorneys, substituted.
' Draft BDI Today. .
At a conierence to be held today
between T. Frank Watkins, who bab
been retained as special attorney by
those Interested In the bond Issue,
and parties interested in the measure,
the bill for Anderson County will be
drawn up. This bill will be turned
over to Senator Sherard and otber
members of the delegation who will bc
home today for the weok-end. Upon
their return to Columbia Monday for
the final week of the general assembly
tho delegation will withdraw all but
the title of thc bill introduced yester
day and substitute the bill which is to
bo drafted here today.
Provisions of BUL
The bill to be drafted today by Mr.
Watkins and others will bc similar to
thc bill introduced by th.. Greenville
County delegation. The bill will pro
vide for an election on the question of
issuing $750.000* bonds. The blU will
also provide that these be either 40 ot
50 year 5 per cent, bonds, and that !
the election on the question of issuing
them bo held on March 16.
a, i ft, a ti il ? AJIAISA/I * * ? * Jnh Juli '? ? ? ? .
? ll1 f f i ? I TTTTTT ? . 1 ~ w e ?^r^r^P^r^l'
t Personal I
Miss Carrie McCucu waa called to
her home In Greenville yesterday on
account of the illness of relatives.
W. H. McDade of Pendleton wau
among the visitors ia tho city yester
F S. Prince of Carswcll Instituto
was ip the city yesterday.
L. L. Bannister of Hartwell, Ga., ?
was a visitor ia the city yesterday.
E. M. Duckworth of lebanon was
among the visitors In the city yestor
Pat Major of thc- Hammond School
section spent yesterday in the city.
ti. E. Martin of the Hopewell sec
tion spent yesterday in the city.
W. L. Dobbins of Town Allo spent
yesterday In the city.
J. C. Dobbins of Hartwell. Ga., was
i visitor in the city yesterday.
Mr. : nd Mrs. T. B. Jon os of Town
tille at visiting tn the city.
Prof. Frank Hawkins of Townviilo
s in the city for the week-end.
M. L. Sullivan ot Greenville was a
risitor in the city yesterday.
Mrs. G. H. Jones and Mater Jones
)f Seneca Wara in ?he rity y?f ord?.y.
Mr. and Mrs. L. McPhall of Iva were
imong the visitor, in the city yoster
Mrs. F. S. Prince of Carswell In
ititute wa? among the shoppers in the
J. E. Humphries or Greenville was
imong thc visitors in the city yester
Judge J. S. Fowler returuea last
tight from Columbia.
; E. Rt Horton returned - ???? s!?ht
rom a short visit to Columbia.
Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Haynle of An
lersoa, route 7, were, ia the city yes
erday en route to Ti goal I, Ga., where
hey were called on account of the
lincea of Mr. Haynle'a brother, Dr.
W. I* Haynle.
tprrUI to The Int#Mit*iif*T.
CLEMSON COLLEGE. Feb., 12.
rVofford defeater* Clemson 1? to 17 ls
i fine game of w^aketb?U played here
New Greek Minister
This is' Alexander Vduraa, thc nev
Greek minlBter to the United States,
in tile gorgeous dress he wears at
the court of his own country, lt -is
real' his official uniform for state
oe?, m. Mr. Von nu; succeeded
DAY IO OBSERVED
MEETING OF FARMERS AND
BUSINESS MEN AT ll
By Clemson College Experts on
Topics of Vital Interest to
"Economy and Fertilizer Day" is to
be observed in Anderson today and
ever} fanner, business .man, woman
iud child interested in either the sub
ject of economy or fertiliser ia urged
to be at the county court hoiise at ll
o'clock at which timo a geting will
be called for the purpose of discus-,
sing th sse matters. W. D. Garrison,
farm demonstrator for Anderson
County, is leading the movement. .
At this meeting an address on the
subject of economy will bc made by
W. H. Mills, of Clemson College. Fol
lowing this talk, one on the subject
of fertilizers will be ruade by T. E.
Keltt of the some institution- While
these arc tho only speakers on " the
program, it ls not improbable that
there will be a few carefully chosen
speakers from tho county and city. It
ls also quite probable that Mr. Gar
rison will bave something of interest
jo say to tho farmers and business
Mr. Garrison proposes to have . a
heart-to-heart meeting, and thc farm
ers especially are urged to attend and
make Inquiri?:-.. This will be the first
meeting of the kind ever held in the
county and there is much interest in
Meetings of this nature wiil bc held
in practically all counties of the Stet?
today at the suggestion ot Prof. W.
W. Long. State agent of the farmers
cooperative demonstration work, with
headquarters at Clemson Collegee.
uiipmani ni cering of Comity
Association to Be Held
Tho regular inoniiiiy uieeiing Ot the
Anderson county School Teachers as
sociatfon will he convened vt hoon to
day at West Market street s -hool, and
lt ls probable that tt will be L e largest
attended meeting the orgaaisaCin-has
The speaker of Ute occasion will be
Prof. u. w. Daniel of Clemson Col
lege. He ia sure to- have a message
sf intercut tor those attending: Cae
meeting. The devotional exercises
will be in charge of the Rev, W. C.
Kirkland, editor of the Southern
Christian Advocate. Music will be
furnished by Mrs. Earle and Mrs.
Spearman while refreshment! will- be
served by the domestic science class
of the'high achoo!, under Djs direc
tion, of Miss Geo.feie Marshall.,
LOSY-Between Rose Hill and Bolt's
store on West Market street or
Portman road, child's black %nuO,
with white stripes. Finder please
return to this office and receive re*
in His Court Dress.
Agamemnon Schliemann, who waa
recalled to Greece. He was herc five
years ago as secretary to the Greek
Igatlon aad was for a number of
years charge d'affaires, so he comes
back to meet many friends he made
ON "THE ?SON"
EXJEGAKT #EW THEATRE IS
BEING RAPIDLY PUT IN
Advance Safe of Tickets Goes on
at Box Office at 9:30
Yesterday ?aw eonstdcrabl? prog
ress made toward winding up Work
on tho interior of "The Anderson." the
beautiful new theater which will bo!
thrown open for public injpectlon on j
Thursday aftenpon and evening, Feb
ruary 18th, and* Which will bo "chris
tened" the following evening, when
"Prince of Tonight," a charming musi
cal comedy will be presented.
Tho two splendid Powers 6 A mo
tion picture machin?e were Installed
yesterday in that theatre, as was the
motor generator set, tho latter
mechanism being thc first in Anderson
ji it? kind. Thia apparatus changes
the alternating electric current to di
rect current, which gives a brighter
ind FI ead ie r light on thc screen.
Installation of thc chairs in the
theatre wa J complete . yesterday,
while thc hanging ot tho scenery will
probably bc completed today. Tho
painters will finish Op their work this
For the .first. Um? last" night the
beautiful drop , curtain was Oyen to
public inspection. Thc theatre really
haa two curtains. The outside cur
tain, which is made of asbestos, ls a
tremendous affair, weighing over one
ihouEund pounds. Tho hanging of this
curtain was a tedious Job, requiring
taree days of painstaking work. The
licavy curtain is so nicely countcrbal
meed by delicately adjusted weight.i
that a five year, old, child can raise or
lower the massive curtain.
Behind the asbestos curtain ls the
'dress" curtain, t hi J one boing dec
orated with an cl. vga nt Venetain scene
The advance sale of first night tlc
kefs will go "on at the box office next
Tuesday morning at ?; an o'clock,
?nated previously, tho Anderson devel
opment company will haye charge of
the first night performance, getting all
Lhe proceeds of the show. Mr. Bleich.
?he lessee ot the bouse, does not take
ictIve charge of the theatre until af
cr the first night's performance.
The public rece pt;, a which the di
rectors of tho Anderson Development
:ompany ar? to. Rive next Thursday
ifternoqn and evening will be a gala
occasion. Those who visit the theatre
hat afternoon and evening will meet
sith one of the greatest surprises of
i decade, a? the new theatre is quite
?yond thc highest expectations of
.bose who have not seen it.
W. K. Glenn ot Centervllle was a
rlsitor in the city, nesterday.
[ TO REMOVE DANDRUFF *|
Get a 25-cent bottle of Davderine at
my drug store, pour a little into your
umd acd rub well tato toe scalp with
he finger tips. By morning, most, if
iot all, of this awful scurf will have
ftfiU?nfcaared. Two or three applica
lons wJf?Hlesiroy ?very blt of dand
ufT; stop .scalp .Itching and falling
MORE CLUBS ARE YET TO BE
ORGANIZED ?N COUN
Schools Where Club? Have Been
Organised and Names of
Ten tomato dubs willi a member
ship of 108 have boon organized lu
Anderson county to date by Mina Janie
Garllngton. demonstrator in charge
of the girls' tomato and canning duh
work. Clubs ure to bc organized ut
several other schools, and theso have
been perfected the total membership
will run several score higher.
Tho ten clubs organized, willi thc
membership nf each, arc as follows:
Three nnd Twenty school, 16 mem
'>crs; White Plains school, 9 mern
!>crs: Pendleton school. R members;
West Pclzer school. 7 members; Long
Branch school, 9 members; Welcome
school. i:i members; Lebanon Behool.
14 members; Concord school, 8 mem
bers; Eureka school, 4 members; An
lerson high schools. 20 members.
Thc members of the tomato cluba
ire au follows:
Three sud Twenty Club.
Sue Shirley. Charlie Wyatt. Eunice
Duckworth, Georgia Duckworth. Ellie
Robinson. Ellie May H warry. Montes
Henderson. Bertie Watson, Sallie
Watson, Sarah Belle Martin.
Watson, Sarah Belle Martin. Cleo
Smith. Clara Maud Nally, Annie Wat
son, Annie Burns. William Tripp.
White Plains flub.
Elizabeth Allgood, Broadus Bolt.
Pauline Moore, Corrine Moore, Ruby
Spearman. Emmie Spearman. Ruth
Bagwell. Maud Tollteon, Mrs. C. J.
Ruth Bogga. Eunice Bernette. Alice
Hall, Nancy Evans, Maggie Foster,
Robert Day, J. Garvin, Roy Garvin.
West Pclzer (Tub.
Jennie Crcnshaw. Lois Trotter.
Annie Guess, Mary Dc.ll Stowart, Mar
garet Wolborn. Jack Woodcock.
I of" Hr norh Club.
Lucille McConnell. Mattie Wilson.
Claudia Kelly. Bill Shirley. Annie
King. Marlo Wilson, Cleo Pruitt, Eu
pha Hawkins, Holen Gassaway.
Void Elrod, Sylvene Mulllkin, Met
tle Rogers, Ruth Owen. Ansel Gwen,
Mattie Rogers. Corrine Rogers. Ida
Browning, Lura Martin. Charlie ('lar
dy. Della Tinsley, Minnie Leo Wood
son, Furman Davenport.
Lebanon Ci uh.
Grace Martin, Florence Moore.
Madeleine Smith, Mildred Smith. Vio
let Wolborn. Clara Welborn, Mlllwee
Wilson. Ada Wilson. Ruth. Martin,
Louise Martin, Ruby McAllstcr. Mary
Smith, Annie Massey, Nancy Brea
Concord Club. w
Mellie Mayfield. Lnvle Mayfield.
Ruth Shirley. Cora Shirley, Bessie
King. Sylvrne King, Albert Palmer,
Helen Shirley, A' a Rogers, Carrie
Moore, Claudia Breaseale.
Allie Pearman. Grace Pear man,
enroll;?? Wilkie. Jimmie Shelor. La
vinie Kinard, Marlon Griffin, Madgo
Laboon, Grace La boon. Ruby Hand,
Alice Poster,. Lorleta Nicholson,
Dewey JBruce. Eleanor Sargent, Joh
nie Cromer, Gladys Bolt. Lena Clark,
Dorcas Kay, Haze! Pruitt, Nathalie
MRS. W. A. IIUDGENS, Editor
i Phone 37.
.Miss Hazel Gllreath hm returned to
her homo li Greenville after a,visit
to her sister. Mrs. Julian Clinkscales.
Mrs. J. N. Wallace of Lula, Ga., ia
the guest of .Mrs. J. E. Barton on Cal
Miss Susan Arnold, wilt return to j
her home at Greenwood today after
a two weeks' visit tn Mm. ?. ? ? Park
er. -Miss Arnold has received many
pretty social attentions during her
Blay here and her many friends will
always have a very cordial welcome
for her. .
Te? I'm tv ?Iris.
The Tea Party Girls were beauti
fully entertained ye st onlay afternoon
by little Miss Ruth Keese and a very
happy afternoon wss^spent by each
one. This congenial party of littte
folks fully enjoyed their meeting and
look forward with pleasure to Fri
Miss Minnie DerleUx of Greenville
ls visiting Miss Annie Cooley.
The Paramount theatre will give a
benefit T>erformaac? tor the Anderson
College Association on Monday. Feb
ruary. S2. Sir. Burnett has succeeded
lo getting Mary Pickford in Cinder
Ula for the occasion and the ladle <
hope to have s splendid attendance.
Miss Lucy Hoyt of Columbia and
Ml?s Sara Furman of G.-eenvllle'are.
with relatives here.
FksMaat 36e*4ing Dae West Alumnae.
? vary pleasant meeting of the Due
- ' ' ? . ? . " . -_
IN vthut mules our business gond,
there arni yonder, hut inking our
month tu month, jeu will find thai
We ran supply jour table with
store in Anderson.
In addition to everything you r
Hog snri lleef Bruins. Liver Hausa
SOUKS Meat, Liver, Veal Chops and
Turk gaasagc, n?rnberger ami
tera and Fresh Fish.
UVE AND DBEM8ED POIXTKI
Yon ran help un by 'pluming
W. A. P
Anderson, S. C., Greenv
1 L.'. ' L ! J ? saws*
West Alumnae was hold yesterday af
ternoon with Miss ' Lena Clinkscales
at hor home on Calhoun street. There
was a good attendace of roembcri and
thc subject, ('.ermany, was very lntor
ettlng and Instructive . Just at .this
t!mo. Tho Urst' selection on tho pro
gram was a talk on Germany and her
people hy Mrs. Frank Burrlss. Mr?.
J. M. Garrhvm read a: paper on tho
events in Germany that lcd up to tho
war. Then followed the general dis
euloon in which All Joined. Tho
gleaner's paper was read by Miss
Louise Agnew and was especially fine.
Tho music for the afternoon was ' I
furnished by. Miss Jean Harris and '
waa enjoyed by all. Miss CilnkBcaloa
served a delightful ?weet course dur
ing tho pleasant social feature.
Mr. und Mru. David Bryson of Clin
ton ure visiting Mr. nnd Mr:;. J. A.
Mr.. William Wright ot Clemson
College was hero yesterday for thc
funeral of Mr. Harold Webb.
N Pretty Parly.
Last Thursday was an ideal day for
a nerty, especially a child's party. It
mado ono think spring bud an!vcd.
It was a fine day for children to play
out ot doors and little Miss Martha
wyatt waa so fortunato in ha\*ng
such a beautiful day to celebrate her
sixth birthday. Such a good time tho
children had playing all kinds of
games. They played and played until
each- and every child ?fe quito ready
for the call .to come Into tho house
and get,in Une for the dining room
and as one child expressed it. "get
ready for the party." This was very
well ?aid, for altor all it is really the
parly not only with tho child but
with lota of grown ups. In here lit
tle Miss Martha stood by the cake
with Its six pink and " white candles
surrounded by about 40 little boys and
girls. Buch a good time all had at
this hrihtday party. This was th?
young hostess' first party but all en
tnyferi it M much llruihtlouR li ?rill
not be long before she will Invite bor
little friends again.
UGH! CALOMEL MA
DONT STAY BILIO
..Oodsen's U*f Tone" Witt Cit? Your
Sjoggish Um Better IBM CIIMKI
nd Cia Not S?ltate.
Calomel makes you sick; you loss a
day's work. Calomel is quicksilver snd
it salivates: calomel injure? your liver.
If you are bilious: feel lazy, sluggish
.ad all knoefcejl out. if your bowel? ara
coutiipated and your bead ache? or
stomach is som*; just take a ajiooniul of
harmless Dodson's Liver Tone instead
of using ?k-kenliig. .?uillvating calomel.
Dodi""/* Liver Tone ia rodi liver medi
cine * You'll know it next morning bs
M ti?*- you will wake np feeling flue,
youl liver will lie working. ..our bead
?.-he ami, di**in***r gone, your ?tomach
will Ix' ?wei" and Un??!*. regviW. You
Will fee! like winking. You'll l*? elmer
ful; full of energy, vigufcaud ?tulaiiou
Yo? may fain a Uttle her?,
goods all the way through, 'row
; the quality and pri?e cannot be
more ni things to ?at than any
all lor in table luxuries, ire have
ge. Spure Bibs, Pork Chou H and
I Frankfertcrs, West Point Oys*
In .your order early every norn'
1 AR DWARE
Hie, S. C., Belton, S. C.
Something For Nothing
ifoungB Island, a C.. Nov. 29. Itit.
To get started with you wa man?
'ou the following offer. Send ss $1.5?
or 1,000 Frost Proof Cabbage Plant?*
frown in tba open air and will stans
rscxlsg, grows, from the C?iebraieo
lead of Bolglna ft Bon and Thortons
? Co.. and J will ser ia 1,0)0 Cab*
iago Plants addition?.. /HEB, and yo?
an repeat tba order as many times
a you Ilka. I will give you spools*
trices OB Potato 8eed and Potaba
Maats Ister. We want the account*
t close buyers, large aad small. Wa
.rn supply all.
WE BUY AND SELL DEBTS
It anyone owes you money furnish
s an itemised written , statement of ?
li o account.
WE GET THE MONEY
If you o wo anyone money, we will
alp you pay tbs debt by
Oar Watusi Lean Pisa.
Our "Indian" will call on slow pay.
rs and collect had debts.
That ls his business.
MUTUAL LOAN COMPANY
Anderson, 8. C.
KES YOU SICK.
Your druggist or dosler sell? you a
0 cent bottle of Dodson's Liver Toss
1 nd er my. personal guarantee that it
i ill elcon your sluggish liver better than
tasty' calomel';: lt t?on't make you sick
nd you can eat anything you want
rithor* bel?g salivated. Your druggist!
narnniv?.? ta?t x?ch spoonful will start
our liver; ?lian your' bowels and
trmighten you up by morning Or you
rt your mosey back. Children 'gladly,
aka Dodson's Liver Tone because it is
deasant ta?ting ?nd doesn't gripe or
ramp or make them sick. ' e>
I am *<*tling millions of bottles of
lodsoa's Liver Tone to people who have
wind that Ibis pleasant, vegetable, liver
nedieiite take? the pitee of dangerous
alune! 0 Ruv one bottle on mr staind.
eltahle utinranteo. Ask your druggist
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