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"WHERE Y??: PAY LESS"
For Great Dollar E
Hr. Well A
Sullivan Hardware Ce.
'lato Hurd ware Co.
Mrs. Graves Royd.
T. S"Cely Co.
Waite*' jj. Kee?e & Co.
Lesser C?. \
"The Anlerson" Tavare.
And others who have not
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*~ ELECTRIC C1T1
*. Items of Interest and Persona
* Wireless on the Sb
Fell?n Gee* lo
( anita! CUy.
County Superintendent of Education
J, IV. Felton went to Columbia yes
t?rdsy for the purpose of conferring
with other members of a committee
of the association of. state county sup
erintendents of education and Prof. W
W. Long of Clemton College. State
agent-of the fanners cooperative de
monstration work, with reference to !
thc matter of teaching agriculture in
the schools of the county. Mr. Fel
ton and SuperinlendentH Davis of
Greenville and Qasque of Florence
compose the committee.
But Two Cuse/'ln
Rut two cases were disposed of
yesterday *n the recorder's court. One
John Berry pleaded guilty to charges
of carrying concealed weapons, to
wit. a pistol of unlawful sp?cifica
tion!, and was sentenced to pay a fine
of $50 or serve '30 days on the chain-j
gang. Carrie Thompson? an old
negress, was convicted of petit lar
ceny, to wit, stealing s small quanti
ty of cow feed from a local mill. She
was sentenced to pay a fine of $5 or
serve 10 days on the public works.
J. Belton Watson
Friends -.of-jtr. J. Belton Watson,
who was' Operated on in Columbia
several days ago. will be pleased to i
learn tliat he is rapidly recovering
bis health. Latest reports from his
bedside were to the effect that he is
able to sit up and jiu Ve a few steps
about his room. It ls thought that he
will be able.to return home the last
of this week. g
; sun raie.
The Cluck Mill ls still idle as a re
cult ot its shutting down last week on
account of weavers and spinners hav
ing gone on a strike. As yet, so far
as can be learned, steps have been
taken by neither employees nor mill
management looking to a settlement
of thc trouble. The . beat' of feeling
prevails, it is stated, and there has
been no evidence of rowdyism on the
part - of anyone who has been em
ployed in the mill.
J. K. Herrick IK
Item od del lng Cale.
W/ork ot remoddclllng the "Little
Geni"..pate, at: i28 West Whiiner,
Btreet. of which .Mr, J. E^D?rrick is
?wner, has bec Avider.; way since thc
Bret of the week1. The old, floor of
the building bas been torn out and
;i new one.ls being put down. Other
marked improvements are to be made
In the place, and when completed will
present a greatly altered and ' improv
?d appearancve. Mr. Derrick ' states
that he will have his new place ready
tor business by Saturday, and possi
J ' .j m i ' i ' i i ' j"
Jay Bargains See :
Oelsberg Bros. Shoe Co.
Anderson Cash'Ureeery Co.
J no. A. Austin, v
lt. W Triable.
Marchbankti & 'Babb.
W. H. Lyon.
Ideal Grocery Co.
yet been approached.
V* * * o? * * ? H? * * * * *
rr SPARKLETS *
1 Mention Caught Over th? *
reeti of Anderson *
Bringing K Cts.
Cotton wiis quoted yesterday on the
streets of the city at 8 cents, the
price which has prevailed for the past
several days. There was very little
of tile rtaple offered for ?ale yester
day, however, and cotton buyers oa
ths square found little in this Une
to'claim their attention.
IV A. Power Fainting
interior of Store
lie Anderson Paint and Color Com
pany has the contract for repainting
the interior of W A. Power's store on
the west ride of 8outh Main street. I
When completed the store will present I
a greatly improved appearance. With
the attractive display windows for
which Powe ris noted and these im
provements, he will have a place of
business second to none in this sec
tion for the elegance of Its several
I nion in Session.
The Anderson County Farmers
Unjan met yesterday morning at ll
o'camc in the county courthouse, for
the purpose of r*l cussing business for
the ensuing year and electing officers
The following officers were chosen: J.
W. Rothrock, ^resident; J. P. John MU?.
vice president; Jim Broyles, secre
tary and treasurer; Bob Moorehead,
chaplain; H. H., Acker, doorkeeper;
G. i'W. Laboon, conductor.
G." W. Ls boon
Today being Ash Wednesday, marks 1
thc beginning of the Lenten season, i
one of .the most Important seasons of I
the Episcopal and the Roman Catho- )
He church calendars. At Grace 1
Episcopal church services will be held ;
today at the following hours: ll a. m.,
reading of the penitential office and <
celebration of the Holy Eucharist; 4 ?
p. m., evening prayer. At 8t. (
Joseph's Catholic church mass will be
celebrated this morning at 7:30
o'clock; station of the Croasat 7:30
this evening. At 8 o'clock Thursday
evening at. Grace Church Bervlce will 1
bc held, with an address by the rec- 1
tor. Fylday afternoon at 4 o'clock a 1
Bervlce will be held for the children 1
of the parish and their friends. 1
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Vulcanizing Plant >
. Has Been Moved. t
Mr. J. T. Templeton has moved his I
?Mlcahizlng plant from the Central t
Garage to the Brotvn-Watson build
ing, O?; North McDuffle street. He t
will tarry a complete line of tires and t
other^auto accessories. j
LONG STRUGGLE !
FINALLY ENDS ?
(COXriNl'uD FROM PAGE ONE.)
Sore bill, the senate continued its dis- (
meston of cloture rules and senate rt
leaders of all factions conferred as t
O ?the nezr iuu\?s ?u ti? maur. . F.e-r t
>?ft had U thai the admiulsiraiion ?
'orces tomorrow would attempt tp t
mut off all debate by moving the i
>r?vious question, and thus forcing a t
rote on a motion to concur .in 'the j
muse amendments. Should this pre- r
rall it would be equivalent to passage t
>1 the ship purchase bill measure
ind thereby end the long and turbu- c
eut fight. t
Sendte-committees in charge of ap j
>roprlatios bills were active prepar- ?
ng the supply measures for senate <
ronsideration as soon as the legisla
te ways are cleared. t
The ship bill as lt will go to the ]
enate from the house includes the <
ihip purchare measure as agreed up- ?
in in senate caucus, and u provision |
hat two years after the close of the
european war ships acquired by flic
Jolted States shall be turned over ;
o -the secretary of the .navy to be
iperated or leased for commercial,
lurposea under the tcr.ms or the
Veens'bill already passed by the sen*
Senator Snioot bas gfcen notice
hat tho debate will be continued by
he opposition until .March 4 unless
he Democrats withdrew the measure
ir some unusual tactics are resorted
o by administration forcea.
Charges of improper influences ex
ited with relation to the, bill order
tornes to mm
tfho .?wns a Savings
aeeeaat ?ad adds te It
He ta In a position to
lake advantage nf cpi
partout fies when pre.
Bank of Anderson
The Strongest Bank to
SENATOR LANEY ENTERS OB.
JECnON TO COMMITTEE
Debate on Amendment to Abolish
State Warehouse Moves
6fVY??1 to Tli8 IuUtlllgeticrr.
COLUMBIA fl Feb. IC.-Thc compul
sory education bill was sent to tree
conference tonight. Lieut! nant Gov
ernor Bethen appointed fc nators Sink
1er, Carlisle and Lee on tue free con
ference on the part of thc senate. Ob
jection to the committee was voiced
by Senator Laney on the ground he
raid, that not a member of the com
mittee represented the majority of tho
senate -on thc compulsory education
Idea, and he gave notice that If the
free conference committee did not
bring in a report in accordance with
the majority Idea of the senate he
would fight the report and do what
lie could to kill tho bill, and he called
9tf the senators who had voted as he
did to stand behind him.
Led by Senators Stuckey, Buck and
Jno. F. Williams debate on the Lee
amendment to devolve the dulles of
the warehouse commissioner moved
merrily on In toe senate tonight. Thr
trio of senators mentioned attacked
the Lee amendment and urged tts de
feat. A bitter attack on tho ware
house commissioner was delivered by
Senator Lee in his bron nido tonight.
"I would like to ask those senators
who have eulogized Jon. L. McLaurin
if they are willing to risk their politi
sai future by going over the State and
lefend him," was the challenge hurl
Hi by Senator Lee.
"We all know that lt is Impossible
Tor Mr. McLaurin to come back in
pol?tica because his record won't bear
inspection," continued the Darlington
senator. The debate revolved around
Mr. McLaurin, some flaying bim and
ithers eulogizing him. The Lee
amendment was tabled 27 to 13 and
lie bill enlarging the powers of th!e
State warehouse commissioner was
then passed and sent to the house:
Debate on the fifty cur bill occupied
he time of the senate tonight and was
idjourned over until tomorrow morli
ng. Many railroad men crowded the
galleries lu llten to the debate, Hena
or Nickle* leading the ^Jght for the
jill. Governor Manning tonight sign
id the prohibition/referendum bill.
>d'investigated by the p?nate yester
lay. were taken'under consideration
oday by th^'special sende committee
ind; the formal inquiry willi l&egth
omorrow morning. Bernard X.'Bak
ir. of Baltimore, former aiariagcr Gi
he Atlahtle Transport Line..and Slg
nund Albert', of New \~o-y. r^tn-t.,-,
atlve of ?onie of the Ocrman-Amerlco
iteamshfn Companies, have been sum
noned by the committees and arc ex
?ected to appear at that time.
Representative. Webb, of North Car
dina, opening debate for the bill in
he house, .declared that thc United'
Hates now was confronted with "tho
;reatest opportunity that any nation
iver found in foreign commerce."
"It ?eems to me that at one part of
his capitol they arc Addling while
tome burns," he added. Me said gov-i
?minen \. ownership "had^no terrors"
or liiiu. citing the activities of thc
;overnment in the Philippines, the
'anama railroad and the Alaskan rall
oad to show that the United States
il ready was in prlvnte business.
Representatives - Humphrey. of
.Yarlington; Moore. Pennsylvania;
iaddonv illinois, and many Republl
ans spoke against the measure, and
lepresentatlves Adamson, Georgia;
hu all, North Carolina; Eagle. Texas;
?cKellar, iTepneBsce. and other De
n^orats supported lt.
Both floor and galleries- were
rowded as the debate neared a close.
pr?sentai Ive Mann made the con
cluding arguments against the bill,
lecturing lt was utnnecessary abd
table to InvoWe tho United States In
"I believe the president ls sincere
n his desire to maintain absolute
leutrallty." said Mr. Mann, "In ^hat
espect I stand behind him. I want
o keep this country out Of war. If
te' reach the point where wo have to
Ight for our rights we will all fight
vith euual enthusiasm, but we oueht
o take no steps that lead to trouble,
md this biir may bring foreign dlffl
ulttea and perhaps war."
Representative Alexander, of Ml*
???ri. eloeed th? d*fc*tp. tn? tho bin :
ust before midnight with a vigorous
iefense of President Wilson.
"Let us take it for granted' that
his bill originated at the White
louse." he raid, "can you had a bet
er source? There ls no map of high
r Ideals or more profound' learning,
if higher statesmanship than the man
n the White House today, lt ia con
emptiblo for you Republicans to try
o slur him.
'if thJ Ropnblican leader Is right
a his statement that he believed the
ircrklont is sincere in Ma- desire for
eutrality, what becomes of all these
.i ed ?rt lons t lint this bill will le?d to
rar? Certainly the president will see
o it that no ships are purchased
rhieh might involve this country in
.h rar oology.
cheers came from the Democratic
Ide as Mr. Alexander concluded and
ailed for a vote. The Repubicans
adicotcd their Intention of d r
Oil calls on nil amendments, and
ho first was taken on n change in
SLEW HIS WIFE
AND CUT Kif
C. R. Alexander of Peke* Lodged
in Jail on Serious
Charged with having murdered his
wife, by severing her throat with a
sharp knife or razor. C. A. Alexander,
an employee of Pelier Cotton Mill
No. 4, ia occupying a call at the county
jail, and ia hitusolf lu a dangerous
condition, as he Plashed his own
throat with the same weapon.
About 9 o'clock yesterday morning
Sheriff Ashley was notified over the
telephone by officers at Pelxer of the
fearful incident, and the former in
structed the officers to bring the pris
oner to Anderson. Alexander was
brought here on the 1 o'clock Interur
When seen at the Jail yesterday by
a representative of The Intelligencer,
Alexander could scarcely utter a
syllable von account of the self In
flicted wound in bia throat. Through
officers of the jail, who had heard
Alexander give his version of the
trout le before bia throat got in such
condition that he could scarcely talk,
something ?f the details of the crime
So revolting are the details of thc
crime the man ta charged with having
committed and BO nauseating 1B the
story he gives as the explanation of
thc crime, those of more refined sen
sibilities would not care to hear them.
Alexander stated that he and lits wife
separated last Monday afternoon, and
that about 6 vVclock she returned to
the house to get her belongings, when
? a quarrel ensued, and he, in a flt ol
anger, slashed her throat with a razor
and then stabbed himself In the throat.
The_man states' that his wife
acknowledged to him she bad had re
lations with her sister's husband, and
that this ls what brought about the
MBB. YT. A. HUDIJENSj Fdltor
Mrs. Carence Llnder and little
daughter Alice of Hartwell. Qa., are
the guests ot Mre. Julia May Fisher.
Mr. and. Mrs. Frank McGee of Iva
were the guests this week of Dr. and
Mrs. J. E. Watson.
Bose Hill Club.
Yesterday waa card afternoon at
the BOBO Hill Club and quite a num
ber of ladies were present among
whvHU was a-charming and attractive
newcomer Mrs. C. H. Bleich, who has
come to make Ahderson her home
since Mr. Bleich ha? charge of the
Anderson Theatre. Among tho other
players were Mesdames J. I). Ham
mett, E. ?F. Cochran, Alice Sykes, A.
S. Farmer, J. E. Sadler, J. J. Bald
win- T/ E. Howard, Bonn Anderson.
C. H. Bleich, 8. N. ??lmer, Fhelphs
Sas seen. H. A. Orr. B. J. Banter, O'. A.
GambrcW, T. 1>. Cely, Jehu Anderson,
B. B. Uossett, W, B. Valentine, J. 4
Gray, D. S Taylor. Misses Vina Pat
rick, Welma Polk of Tennessee, Annie
Cooloy and Denrieux of Greenville.
.Delightful Mewing Pu rt y.
Mrs. W.vB. Steele waa hostess to a
few of her friends yesterday after
noon at a charming and Informal
little sewing party, at her home on
Manning street. The afternoon was
particularly pleasant and after sew
ing awhile, the hostess gave her
guests an unique and original little
contest which caused much merri
ment. Mrs. J. R. Vaudlver and Mrs.
D. 8. Gray tied for ' the first prise
t/hlch . was won in cutting by, Mrs.
Vandiver-a beautiful pot of hya
Mrs. steele's' sues ts were: Mrs. J.
R. Vandiver. Mrs. E. P. Vandiver,
Mrs. D. 8. Gray. Mrs. E. B. Richard
sou. Mrs. M. C. Dickson, Mrs. Guerry,
Mrs. KImbrougb, Mrs. E. W. Taylor
and Misa Morris
Ku ge ne Nardin Married.
Tlie many friends here of Eugene
Nardin will be interested in the an
nouncement of his marriage to Miss
Ruby Thomason in Atlanta. Ga., on
February the seventh, by the Rev.
Brlnker, pastor of the First Christian
church. Mr. Nardin is the youngest
son of Mrs. W. il. Nardin of this city.
Several years ago he moved to At
lanta and Is ih tbe cotton business
with his byotjher-ln-law. Mn. 8am
Baker, also formerly of thia city. He
is a popular and promising young
man. and has host o? irienda here
wira join in good wishes for his hap
? very p-canaiii m ml uriU?' ?"??
meeting waa ?held yesterday after
noon with Miss Bessie Major ai her
pretty home on South' McDuffte street.
In the absence of the president
Miss Eubank Taylor, who la in Co
lumbia and the first vice president
Mles Martha Bonham who IB in New
York, the second vice president Mrs.
Charlie Pr?vost presided most gra
ciously, and all business iras quick
ly disposed vf. Four new members
were unamiously elected, and Mrs. T
M. Burnett was elected treasurer In
the place of -Mrs. Mary Heathy, re
On program for the afternoon wan
an attractlvo little recitation '>y Miss
Helen Patrick - and an Interesting
reading hy Mrs.' Arthur Holman.
There was etoo a sweet solo by Miss
Kathleen Norryce, and other music
during the afternoon, which added
much to the pleasure Of the occasion.
The attract Ire hostess assisted by
Misses Nelle Barton.. Jean and
Florido* Harris f.ervfed an eletfgp.4
These are Extra Specials
and they are well worth you
and profit by our lirst Dollar
New Spring- Shirt Waists, n
Lingerie, and made in the v
regular $\.Sp and $1.25 Val
New Spring Vests, made in
thc very latest things out for
$l.'5o and $1.25 values at
Women's House Dresses, r
Ginghams, and Percales; mad
regular ?52.00 and $1.50 val
worth it, too, at.
Children's Dresses* made of
made with long waists sam
$1.50, $1.75 and $2.oo valu
See show windows for the
are on sale Dollar Day only a
We have recently secured
Call's Patternss tor Anderson.
Mrs. B. Gr,
AUKI? WOMAN DI11S
Mrs. Jane Qorea of Town villi* Pauses
TOW?TVILLE. Feb. IC-Mrs. Jane
Queen, a widely known and loved
woman, died at her home near Town
?Hie yesterday. The funeral services
were hi?ld. tjjis afternoon at th*
Townvllle Baptist church, Itev >.'. B.
Fani, assisted by Rev. T. C. Ligon
and Jtev 3. EC Trim, conducted the
Mrs Queen was eighty-one years of
age r or many yearn she had us cn a
consistent member of Mt. Tabor tt*tr
tist church, and was widely known
and respected in this portion of. An
Mrs. Queen was twice married;
first to Whit Moore who died during
the War Between the States, and next
to Timothy Queen who died about
fifteen years ago. Among the chil
dren left to mourn her loss are H. F.
Moore of Anderson, M. H. Moore ot
Pendleton, and J. W. Queen. H. II.
ft. H. Queen, Q. -T. Queen. N. A.
Queen, and Mrs. Kate Caldwell.
Dollar Day Thursday
?in Anderson. Bc Here!
If you don't believe
will stretch, look ov
5 dozen Fresh Country Eggs
6 25c packages Persian SturL
24 5c Cans Pet Brand Evapor
. 1 Gallon Maple Syrup.
S6 vju.il ts white B??i?ii Beaus
1 2 Cans No. 3 Tomatoes ...
12 Cans Pie,Peaches.
12 No. 3 cans Lye Hominy . .
16 poiinds Dried Apples
2 i gallon caro -"Ni^i?r-?n-C?!
8 pounds pure Leaf hard . ..
5 poiinds best Peaberry Coffee
6 !~oc cans Eagle Milk ...
12 cans Ritters Pork and Bear
6 No. 3 cans Dessert Peaches
5 ?o. 3 cans Sliced .Pineapple
12 pounds Evaporated Peach?
6 1 pound cans Columbia
Li ?Phone 214
for Thursday, for Cash only,
r time and attention. Come,
Day in Anderson.
lade of Organd?es, Voiles, and
erv latest styles t?? "fl AA
ues at.?Pl ?Vii
Nets, Organdies, and Piquets;
Spring, regular t?? J QQ
nade of Brown Linen, French
e up in the very best of styles; ,
French Ginghams, Perfcales,
se Dollar Day Specials which
t these prices.
the EXCLUSIVE sale of Mc
"T?Z" asakas . ssrs. biirslsg, ?rid ??s4 '
fairly dance with delight. Away ir? the
aches and pains, the corns, callouses,
bluter? and bunions,
out the i
ups. . .cet."rio
nutter how bar*
j you danoo,
how far you
walk, or hoc tang
you remain on
your fest, "1JZ"
.TIZ" U won
derful tor tited.
-clilner, swollen, smarting feet, Your KUI'
ju?t tingle for joy; shoe* tt~r h^ti ->r '
Get a 28 cent box ot "TIZ". now from
any druggist or department store. End,
foot torture forever-wear smaller shoes,
kotp your feet fresh, sweet and happy.
B your Cash Dollar
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