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All new smart Suits, made in the very latent styles,
and in all the wanted colors-Tau, Putty, Navy
Blue. Belgian Blue, Green ^nd Shepherd Plaids, etc.,
Huts to match every dress and suit in stock.
THK STYLES-A decided departure in shapes lean
ing toward the hat with a brim. THK Titi M-A
gradual getting away from feathers and kindred or
namentation wjtb u profusion of flowers uud rib
Come and see the many beautiful thlligs'we
have prepared for you.
. GRAVES BOYD
Exclusive agent for "Frolasot" (Frout lace) cor
sets, and McCall pattern?.
Cole's Universal Guano Distributor No. 20.
Beware of imitai lens; none genuine unless branded:
THE COLE MEG. CU., CHARLOTTE, IS'. C.
The Force Feed blades have our peculiar pattern and urning?
meut fee the best resulta. The Cut-Off ls of .inproved design and
IK controlled by a lever la easy reach of the operator. Tb?, leTcr
ie behind the Hopper and ,1s protected by the hanuies from carnage
In shipment or use lu the field.
The Gauge is positive and accurate und is easy to set so as to
distribute any quantity from ?0 to 1,000 pounds to the acre.
lt Is a strong, accurate and trust nor ht j machine. It will last
many years and give yon constant satisfaction.
Sullivan Hardware Company
The Only Difference
And. Any High Priced Car i*
A Ford will do anything which YOU want it
to do; an- the original cost to you, together
with the up-keep ts mach leas than the high
priced car. Get a Ford and save the difference.
TODD AUTO SHOP
* ELECTRIC Cm
* Items of Interest and Persona]
* Wireless on the Sir
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Keech e* Letter
Fruin Connan Capitol.
Mr. Marlin Sellgmau ls lu receipt
of a letter from bl? Til-years old motli
er. wild ls a resident of Ute city of
Berlin. There is much of interest in
thc lotter, a* ti S'^s on*1 "it Insight
into conditions in the capital of the
great empire which is locked in the
throe? of a desperate battle witli its
(jucmies. According to the letter, one
would never know from being in Ber
lin that a war was on. The. shoos, the
theatreu and other places of activity
are OT guy as ever. There has been
na check in the usual rush of busi
ness, aud everybody in optimistic and
confident thal the German arms will
.Hr. rearman Leaves
For Western Hospital.
Mr. James N. Fearnian. clerk of
court of Anderson county, left yes
terday morning for Rochester,
Minn., accompanied by Sheriff Ash
ley, where he will enter Hie hospi
tal of the famous surgeons, Mayo
Bros.. for treatment for appendicitis.
.*lr. Pearman went to Spartan Lurg
where he took the "Carolina Spec
ial" for Cincinnati and Chicago
From the latter city he will on
to Rochester. He will be away for
several weeks. In M is absence the
duties of his office will be looked av
ter by Deouty Clerk of Court Clar
ence Bea-.. Saerlff Ashley will re
turn to Anderson immediately.
Cadets .Way Visit
Licet ric Mutions.
Manager H. A. Orr. of the South
ern Public Utilities Company', will
extend au invitation to the members
of the Senior ?lass of Clemson Col
lege who are laking the course in
electrical engineering to visit tho
various electrical stations about An
derson during the encampment heve
of the cadet corps In the latter part
of March. There are seven stati'inu
in the city, and much to Interest the
members of the electrical engineer
ing department of the Senior class.
Invites Ad Club.
Members of the Anderson Ad Club,
wbt \h meets Wednesday night at the
chamber of commerce, will be the
guests of the Paramount theatre af
ter the meeting is over. An Unus
ually good program is to be shown
at this popula;- theatre Wednesday,
and the members pf-the ad club will
find it both pleasunt and profitable
to attend thc performance that even
STATES IS PROM
CROSSES TWALOO RIVER
AT POINT TWO MILES
To Anderson as it Opens Up a
New Artery of Trade and
A new ferry across Tugaloo river,
which will afford a new artery of
commerce and travel between the
Deed Creek section of Hart county,
Georgia, and Anderson, will be open
ed, in tho near future. Mr. James
Crawford, who will have charge of
the ferry, was in the city yesterday
and stated that he had his boat al
ready bull, and in the river, and
needed only the steel cable-which
: has been ordered-to complete his
en 0.1 pine nt.
Thlg steel cable has been ordered
through ?he board of county commis
sioners.- It ls 7-S of an Inch in dia
meter and about 400 feet long. Mr.
Crawford stated that his ferry boat
is 52 feet long and 12 feet wide.
The ferry is located two miles up
the. river from Andersonville. It
is to be operated for one year as a
free ferry, after which lt will become
private property and op /rated as a
The opening up of this new ferry
aili greatly .shorten the "stance be
tween Anderson: and Hartwell and
Lavonia. At present the two routes
between Anderson ar.r? thes*. points
go hy way of KOOK'.? Bridge and
Theres are a number of stores In
the Reed Creek section of Hart
county that do extensive buying
fron: wholesalers in Anderson, and
the opening up of this new ferry line
will be of direct benefit to local bus
iness houses, ss it- will greatly short
en the distance between tho Reed
Creek section and Anderson.
That the n' rr ferry line Is s dia
ling benefit to Anderson county la
evidenced by the fact that a number
of Anderson business men have con
tributed to the cost of building the
The road building ' authorities of
Anderson and Hsrt counties haw
agreed to construct abort stretches
of road leading from highways al
ready established down to the new
ferry, and very soon the new mesas
of crossing Tugaloo' River will be
ready for serries.
j SPARKLETS *
I Mention Caught Over the *
eets of Ajaoerson, *
* * * * ?f. * vj* * * * * ??
Two Fli/.-.i is
When recorder's court convened
yesterday at ??O0 four d?fendante
were ut" the bar \4 justice Thc
charges against ti em. righting and
disorderly conduct, were threshed
out. with the robUii that tw> of lite
defendants were convicted and two
dismissed. Will Gilliam and Jerry
Looper were dismissed, willie George
i i ops and Dick Ealley wet ?, fined 5'.
Go to Florence. |
Announcements fwlt,h reference to
the annual meeting of the State
Teachers Association, which will bo
held in the city of Florence on March
24. have been received in Anderson,
it is probable that a large number
of teachers from the city and rural
schools of Anderson will attend the
A Former I'esldent /
ls Vf Hiting Here.
Capt. W. T. McGill, of Walhalla,
has been spending .. few-days in An
derson, and was a welcome visitor
to the ollloe of Thc intelligencer yes
terday. Capt. McGill formerly lived
lo this county and served most ef
ficiently for a number of years us a
niciiine . of the board of county com
missioners and in various other posi
tions of trust and honor, lie has a
wide circle of friends/ throughout
this section w'uo are always glad to
greet him. He Served his State most
faithfully through the Civil War, and
those who know declare that a brav
er soldier never wont ou' of Ander
For the Election.
County Supervisor J. Mack King
yesterday signed 'he formal order
for the election; in this county on
March 30 on the question of issuing
sT?ft.ono for highway Improvements.
After the signing of the order the
election commissioners, c. E. Tolly.
W. A. Hudgens and J. C. Hagsdale,
published formal notice of the elec
tion. The boxes will be placed at tho
usual precincts, and the polls will
open at 8 o'clock and close at 1. Thc
commissioners will shortly name the
election managers and arrange other
details for tho election.
Of Chamber of Commerce.
The amusement committee of the
chara*?** of commerce will meet
Thursday afternoon at f>:30 o'clock
at the c lamber of commerce. Plans
foy the entertainment or the cadet
corp.; of Clemson College, during
their encampment here the week bo
ginning March 22. will be discussed.
TO BE CUT UP INTO THREE
OFFICES FOR VARIOUS
Quarters to be Provided for the
Secretary, Farm Demonstra
tor end Tomato Club
Work* will begin shortly upon the
dividing up of the chamber of com
merce quurtera into offices for the
secretary; Countjt Demonstration
Agent W. lt. i; arr ison and Miss!
Janie M. Carlington, canning and
tomato club demonstrator for the
Offices for the secretary of tlje
chamber of commerce will be pro
vided somewhere nenr the front of j
the building. Quarters tor the agri
cultural demonstration will be fitted
up nearer thc center of the building,
while "Miss Garllngton's office will
be toward the rear of the room.
Plans fdr such an arrangement have
been In mind for some time.. but not
until Monday afternoon did the exec
utive committee, ' in a brief sess'onl
at the chamber of ?jmmerce at
o'clock, decided definitely to ame
the changes made.
Prof. W. VT f^ng. State ag??it of
the farmer? ^operative demonstra
tion work, ?ri th headquarters at
Clemson Co.'K^o,' was in tbe city]
Tuesday morning and went over the
plans for the quarters to be provid
ed for Mr.. Garrison. He approved
the arrangement uud med? provision
for equipping the office with proper
furniture. Prof. Long also made
provision for employing a steno
grapher for Mt. Garrison.
Thee utting np of the large chamber
Df commerce quarters Into'offices for
the three officers using them, Secre
tary Who ley of the chamber of com
merce, Demonstration Agent Gar
rison and canning and Tomato club
Demonstrator Mia* Garlington. will
afford these several officers much
better facilities for carrying out their
o Snowballs for. Practice.
o MARLIN, Tex.. March ?.-New
a York National I*eaguc baseball o
o playera in spring training hereto- o
t> M ay used snowballs In throwing
0 practice Instead, of baseballs.
r> There was a fr?r?r-lach snowfall.
Tl IK STATE OP SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Anderson.
Hy W. P. Nicholson, Esq.,
Judge of Probate.
Whereas Jas. N. 1'eariuan. C. C. C.
1'., mude suit to me to grant him let
ters of administration with will an
nexed of the derelict estate of and
effects of Ooo. Mattisou, deceased.
Tho?" arf. therefore, to cite and
admonish all nod singular the Kind
red and creditors of tito said Geo.
Mattisou. deceased, ?nat they may be
and appear bet?r?' me. in tho Court
if Probate, to be held at Anderson C.
H.. S. C.. on the 25th day of March.
1915, after publication hereof, at ll
o'clock in tito forenoon, to show
cause, if any they have, why the said
administration s!.oul? pot be granted.
Given under my hand, this 9th day
of February, Anno Domini, 191 r,.
W. P. NICHOLSON,
Judge of Probate.
Published on the 10th day of Feb
ruary, 1915, in the Anderson In
CITATION FOU LETTERS OF
Whoreus. Hiram Jenkins made 3uit
to mo to grant bim letters of adminis
I ; ration of the estate and effects of
Eliza Jenkins, dei -?asod.
Theso are therefore to site and ad
monish all und singular tito kindred
and cred.tors of the said Eliza Jen
kins, deceased, that they may appenr
before me in tho court of probate, to
be held at Anderson C. H.. S. C.. on
the 17th day o? March. 1915. to show
cause, if any. why said administration
should not be granted.
W. P. NICHOLSON.
. Judge of Proba'c.
Tho City of Anderson. S. C.. here
by invites sealed bids on n loan of
forty-five thousand dollars ($45.000),
tn bo made to said city as of date of
farcit 13, 1915. and' to be due and
payable to the ?ender on December
31st. 11*15.'. Bids shall state rate of
interest or discount and shall oe flied
with the City Clerk and Treasurer In
writing on or before 10 o'clock u. ra,
March 13th. 1D1,\
The bids will be publicly opened at
10 u. m. on March 13th, 1915. In the
office of said treasurer and the city
reserves the right to reject anv and
J. E. BARTON.
J. H. GODFREY.
C. P. SPEARMAN.
J. H. TATE.
Finance Committee City Council.
NOTICE OF ELECTION
Notice is hereby given that in pur
suance of the provisions cf an net of
the general assembly of this State,
approved March 9th, A. D.. 1915. and
In accoraance wun inc prevision:: z*
an order this day signed by J. Mack
King, county supervisor of Anderson,
county, S. C., made it, compliance
.vith the provisions of said act. an
election will be held at the usual
voting precincts In Anderson County,
S. C.. Tuesday, March the 3th, A. D..
1915. upon the question of Issuing
coupon bonds of the said county to
the amount of $750.000.00 for the
oormunent road Improvement. The
commissioners of election shall ap
point managers and receive and tab
ulate the returns as in other elec
tions. The polls shall open at eight
o'clock a. m. and close at 4 o'clock p.
m.. as provided by law. Said elec
tion shall he held under the laws
governing the holding of general
elections In this State. There shall
hi provided for each voting precinct
one election box. together with two
forms of ballots; on tho one ballot
shall be printed the words "For per
manent road bonds in tbc Hum of
$750.000.-Yes;" on the other shall be
printed the words "Frf permanent
road bonds in the sum of $750,000.
Thc managers of said election' shall
servo without compensation. The
commissioners of election sholl re
port thc result of said election In
writing in duplicate, one -copy or
which shall be filed in thc office- of
the county supervisor of said county,
and one copy with the secretary of
state, and said duplicate reports shall
be kept on perpetuul record in said
(The list of managers will appear
with thc next publication of thte no
C. E. TOLLY.
W. A. HUDOENS.
J. C. RAGSLALE.
Commissioners of Election ?for
State, and County Offices for Anderson
Anderson, S. C. March 9, 1015. .
O O O O it o o O O O O O O O O O O O O (I
o STARK SOCIETY, o
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e o ce oooooooooooooooo
f* aittl?nl Pinner Party.
STARR, March ?.-Mrs. Wilt G.
Hodges was the ch;-. ming hostess at
a beautiful dinner party r. few days
ago. in honor of Miss Laura Hardy.
Her attractive hpme was bright with
hean ti ?'nl flowers, the lavender color
scheme being prettily carried out In a
profusion of violeta, A large risket
of triolets tied with i< ng streamers
was tho pretty center piece of the
beautiful dinner table. The room was
darkened and violet nhaded candles
were arranged ?<n table and buffet.
Mrs. Land ' assisted Mrs. Hodges in
her duties as 'hostess. An elegsnt
course dinner was datntl.v served. The
ladies present were Mrs". Annie Dean.
Mrs. L. O. Mccalls. Mrs. Eliza Gross.
Mrs. Emma Cook. Mrs. J.- B. Leverett,
Mrs. Cornelia Hodges. Mrs. Lawrence
Herron. Mrs. J. N. Land, and Mrs. J.
for yourself, if you seek men, if yo
Twei ty-Nve word* or leta, One Ti
81x Times $100.
All advertisement over twenty-flvi
word. Rates on 1,000 words to
No advertisement taken for l*ss t
If your name appears In the tele
your want ad to 381 and a hill will
FOR SALE-Agricultural Lime-pric
es reasonable; will make extended
terms to good farmers In car lots
where necessury. Write us, or
v 'n..?'s better, call and see us-we
will not sell. Lime on credit over
telephone. Furman Smith, Seeds
man. Phone 464.
FOR. SALE-Seed Corr.. Anderson
County will increase acreage more
than 50 per cent. Furman Smith,
Seedsman. Phone 464.
LOST-Double case gold watch. Wal
tham movement, Saturday night in
or Just after leaving Palmetto
Theatre Rewurd ir returned to Miss
Desale McGill, Ti Wellington St.,
Cluck Mill.- :i-7-3tp.
Dr. C. Mack Sanders
Associated with Dr. J. Levis Sanders,
Ofllce 304-5-6 Bleckley Building.
Omeo Phone 429. Residence Phone 119
DR. J. E. WATSON
Office lr. Lig?n & Ledbettor Building.
Office Phone 210.
JI?D??CUIX' x-?iuuc ?OO.
PROMINENT* CITIZENS ,OK
(.BRENVILLE MAKES STATEMENT
WITH ' REFERENCE TO PERRY
"ll affords me pleasure to state t.mt
some years ago I attended- PERRY
lH'SI NE ss COLLEGE, inking the en >
Ure I u?'incss cours.' offered hy this
Institution nt thai tune* and one
u hieb I consider a valon?le prepara*
thui ?or every boy or girl In'any line
of v ml cm or. -
"No training has been of more prac
tical service to me In my business ex
perience than that which was receiv
ed In the above institution, and I
henrtlly recommend It to every boy
"?JOHN H. WILLIAMS."
Mi. John H. Williams In ene of
Greenville's most successful and en.
terpris?ng business nen, and ls pro
prietor of one ot the largest music
house* III the South.
The mis-Ion of PERRY BUSINESS
COLLEGE IN to train hojs and girls
for a successful future in the busi
ness world, and we have testimonials
from hundreds ?:f our most enterpris
ing citizens strongly endorsing our
work and attributing their own sur
ress in life to the business education
they retched here.
Before deciding ?hat business
school they will attend, boys and girls
should Investigate the opportunities
offered by us, which means a thorough
business education, at the lowest pos
sible cost This csu only be accom
plished through the effort of Individ
ual instruction by the wost skilled
aud accompUshrd teachers, lt will
[my you to Investigate.
PERRY BUSINESS COLLEGE
GREENVILLE, 8, C.
NO HEADACHE OR
Cet a IO cent package of Dr.
James' Headache Powders
and don't suffer.
When your head aches you simply
must have relief or you will go wild,
[fa needless to suffer when you ern
ake a remedy ?like Dr. James' Head
ache Powders and relieve Ute pain and
?euralgla at once. Send someone to
he drug store now tor a dime package
>f Dr. James' Headache Powders.
Don't suffer. In a few moments you
will feel fine-headache gone-no
nore neuralgia pain,
Te Flg'jt Jack Johnson.
LOS ANGELES. March ?.-Jens WU.
lard, the heavyweight pugilist, left
tiere today for Havana, Cuba, to meet
lack Johnson for the world's cham
pionship April ,1. Willard ba? con
inued light training while here.
> gone. Tomorrow does not ex
DDAY is the day of Opportunity.
he coloumn of opportunities. Read
it-if you seek a broader opening
u want to biiy or sell machinery,
tm? 25 cent*, Taree Timas 60 cent*,
. word* prorata for each addition?!
be used in a month made on appU
tban 25 ceo ta, cash tn Cd ranea.
phone directory yon can t?l?phona
.e malled after ita Insertion for
WANTLD-To correspond. confi
dentially, with anyone desirious ot
becoming permanently cured ot the
morphlno or whiskey habit tan
KEELEY INSTITUTE. COLUM
BIA, 8. C. Box 76.
WANTED-Everybody to know where
they ran get their bicycle, motor
cycle, lockn and keys repaired at
reasonable prlcea. We are agenta
for the Indian motorcycle add
standard brands bicycles. Oates 4V
sinlth. VAO Weat Whttner 8trcet.
WANTED-A reliable representative
in every community to act as agent
for Th? Intelligencer. Libera! com
missions paid. Apply The Andersou
1 Intelligencer. 2-2SI?.
WANTED POSITION-Young man ot
good educaUon wants position as
clerk in grocory, drug or dry gooda
?tore; duet* not drink or smoke, ii
care Intelligencer. 3-4-6tP.
WANTED-The privilege te cara
tobacco users at home. $5.00 bays
the cure. Information If desliad.
THE KEELEY INSTITUTE, CO
LUMBIA, 8. C., Box 76.
MONEY-I have funds availsblo for
loans In any amount on Anderson
County farm lands. Easy terms.
Apply to me personally or to S. M.
Wolfe, abBtrating attorney In An
dersoa, S. C. H. T. Jayne a. Finan
cial Correspondent, Walhalls, 8. C.
WHEN thc inner man calls for somc
Uiing to eat-come to the "Little
Oem" t afe. No. 128 W. Whither
street, where you will find what
ye" ZT.:1 St thS ? ???il i'i itc. I ? ?
E. Derrick, Propr.
All parties are hereby notified, not
to hire or harbor Will Oliver, who
is under contract with me for thia
year. Anyone so doing will be fully
J. P. GERARD.
3- 7-3tp. Anderson, H. P. D. 4.
-,! . it ,
WE BUY PEAS and pay tbs eat*.
Forman Sadth-Seeamaa. Pasas
HOW MICH wood would a woodchuck
chuck it a woodchuck would Chuck
wood? We don't know, but we do
know that we will chuck you moro
fire wood ot any and all sorts ?or
your money than any other wood
chuck. Dry pine wood, out or tn 4
foot lengths, or slabs, and dry. B.
N. Wyatt, "The $5.00 Coal Man."
BUCK-EYE BAMBER SHOP-Hair
cut 15c, shave io. Bast service. Sat
isfaction guaranteed. C. A. McClain,
NOTICE FARHEBS-I have 3,00?
bushels orange cane seed and 1,000
bushels early amber sad can save
you from 50 cents to 75 cents oh sba
bushel . I will be in Andersen on
the 13th of March tn the court
house to take your orders. I, will
be at Honea Path on the 20th. i 8.
M. McAdams. 2-26-2wks
i Statement Sont bera Hallway.
WASHINGTON. D. C., March 9.
Thc result of operation' of Southern
Railway Company tor the month, of
January, exclusive of interest, rentals
and oth'.T income charges, are an
nounced by Comptroller A. H. Plant
todsy aa follows:
Gross revenue January 1915, $4.653,
003; January 1914. 95,758,9*9; .de
crease. $1,0S5,966 or 18.03 per cent.
Operating expenses January I 1015.
18,730,350; January 1914, $4.469.850;
decrease $730,500 or 10.38 par cent.
Net revenue, January 1915, $922,
553; January 1914. $1,278.119; " de
crease $355,466 or 27Jl per cant.
Taxes, raliway. January 1915. $216.
186; January. 1914, 9218.341; decrease
13,155, or 1.44 per cent.
Uncollectible railway revenue. Jan
uary 1916, $743; January 1914 non?.
Operating Income January 1*15.
$706,724; January 1914. 91.059.778E dc.
creas:-, $353,054 or 33.31 per vent.
The company spent during the
month for Improvements to Us road
way and structures $1.007,870.60 as
against $197.625.44 for January 1914;
an Increase of $810,246.16.
Operating Income as shown above
represents the amount remaining .af
ter tho payment ot only.thoa* ex
penses Incurred In the sctual opera
tion of the raliway and nt taxes, and
takes no account of the changes for
litre of equipment, rental ot leased
linos, terminals, and other facilities,
and Interest on funded debt (oonda),
all or which costs are charged again*!
ap*rat Ina Income.