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The Newest and
In the Statt4 is now ope
the Choicest Prepare
cies of the Seaso
We Cater Especially to
With Our Private Di
be able to handle
Wewill also serve M<
day from 12:00 1
Our doors will be opei
We solicit yo
all day arvd jffik '
bilke r coltJW^jfe?
If the hone? feel that way; '?^T^Ifln^xB a~^~~
kow do you suppose the man' 1 " ^Tm%fr ff ' '
[who has been holding the Jr*tffflM *>h1??S
handle, feel?? JU ^(g'^JIl
Probably mighty well w>i?- j^^?^**^^^^B,^s^S
fsed with himself, and glad jr ^
He ha? done meure work*.
better UT>'1C and with greater ^Cfe^. ?
ease-simply becai;?e he used an . ' ^^[TT^8'^B^S5>4B1
| OLIVER PLOW.lefe*^
->]Whlt don't y ta be one of these men? tsT^^
We will bo glad to ?how you the plow-to answer m
'questions-and to convince you that thia is the plow' ?A \
'for you to buy. BH? \
(AND REMEMBER M
"BTJIIiT FOR SERVICE" %
Sullivan Hardware Co.
Anderson, S. C. Belton? S. C. Greenville, S. C.
199 1-2 E. Whrtoer ?afc. Anderson, S. C.
FILLING, CROWN AND BRIDGE SPECIALTY
EXPERT ON EXTRACTING
Either wey, asleep or vide awake;
One ol the best tn the State.
COLE. L. BLEASE JNO. B. ADGER MULL ALLY
Cttlanbie, S. C. Anderson, ?. IV
Otter* W W, Whitner st-,
Vete;:sane Andersen. H. C.
.M ?J aSe> C'a
Most I p-to-D?
n for Business,
d Foods and Di
n will be found
Ladies and Get
ning Room w
on short notice.
0 3:00 for 35c
1 from 5 a.m. t(
TAXPAYERS TAKE NOTICE
''The time for paying taxes will be
out April 1st. and I have published
.i list of Anderson School Districts
No. 17. which' have not been paid.
Now if you fail to call for your poll
Lax when yon pay your taxea it will
cost you $8.00 so if you fail to pay,
do not blame your auditor.
Preachers and School-Trustees are
liable for, poll tax.
NOTICE TO THE TOWNSHIP
KOA lil? OP ASSESSORS
Please send in your little book by
the Kth instant., so that 1 can notify
tile parties whoso property as'sess
noni bas been raised over one huu
The Township Board of Assessors
sill meet in my oftice nt 12 noon Pri
ley, March 26th, 1915. But be sure to.
tend in the little books at once.
tSigned) WINSTON SMITH,
Auditor of Anderson County.
KOTICE OP STOCKHOLDERS'
Pursuant to a resolution ot the
3osrd of Directors, a meeting of the
itockholders ot the Anderson Devel
ipment Company is called to be held
m Marett 30. 1915. at 4 o'clock p. m.
n the room? of the chamber of com
nerce, Anderson, S. C., for the follow
1st. To consider a resolution to
?sue Ten Thousand Dollars preferred
dock of said company. ~ ith a par
aluc of 9100 per share, the same to
??.sold for par. Such preferred stock
o be entitled to a preferred cumula
Ivo dividend of 7 per cent, per annum
iver the common Mock, and to be
?referred to the common stock ip the
Insl dissolution of tin? company to
ts par value. Such stock to have the
lame voting privilege aa the common
ind. In case It ia deemed inadvisa
>le by thc stockholders to issue auch
?referred stock, then to authorise the
ires'dtnt and ?5ecretory of the. com
mute and deliver a
) 1 a.m.
ortgage of the property of the com
.ny to secure the payment of s loau
not more than Ton Thousand Hoi
rs, which lo to be negotiated by thc
esident for the company. Said loan
be evidenced by the note of the
ni nany bearing eight per cent, in
rest, payable annually, and. if not
paid, interest to be added to and
come principal and itself bear 8 per
nt. interest until paid. Said note to
ar the further provision that if it
come necessary to collect same by
lt or by attorney, the maker will
y all costs of collection including
attorney's fees of ten per cent. In
dition to principal.and interest. The
ii of such mortgage to be junior tn
? mortgage of said Anderson !>...
lopir.cnt Company to Old Dominion
Tist Company. Said note to lie pay
ile at ouch time as the president
ky.deem advisable to fix it and said
ortgage to also secure thc payment
any renewals thereof.
J. S. FOWLER.
Anderson. S. C.
Feby: 26. WIG.
Jt'lML OF PROBATE'S KALK
George Barton et al
Rosa Breaseale et al.
Pursuant to order of sale herein
anted I will sell in front of the
art house dooj at Anderson. S. C .
salenday tn April. 191K. ?luring the
ual boura of nale Ute following
Qperty: All that'lot in'Clio town of
llliamston. S. C.. containing one
If acre more or less, bounded by
ls of James Ware. H. Maha ff ey. U.
. Anderson'and fronting on Acad
iy street, it being the lot of which
jm Barton died, seized and possess
and the same deeded to him by R.
Gray by deed recorded in clerk of
ur ff? office in Book WV page 488.
rms cish, purchaser to pay, extra
W. P. NICHOLSON',
Probate Judge as Special Referee.
Your Profeswonal Card bi
Ins Paper Would Increase Your
WANT UNITED STATES TO
TAKE ACTION IN MEX
LARGE PORTION OF
Committee Probably Will Dis-j
cuss Situation With Secretary j
(liv SKHtriaUfl Pr?**-)
WASHINGTON. .March 20.- A
committee ot hump growers from
Yucatan, Mexico, ami representatives
of American hemp importers laid
boiore the Slate department today
an appeal for action by the United
State? that would terminate til? revo
lutionary troubles between General
Alvarado, the Carranza governor 01
Yucatan, and au opposing faction. Thc
committee probably will discuss the
situation willi Secrelurv Itryan next
The committee said the revolution
which resulted in the recent hloekade
of Progreso by Carranza threatened
I thc destruction of a large portion of
thc crop from which most of ?he har
vest binding twine used in the ('tilted
States is made. The people of Yuca
tan, tiley asserted, did not wish tu
take part in the revolution hut were
afraid to disobey orders given them
by the revolutionists.
Already 30111e sisal, lt was said, had
! been burned, at least two plantations
j having buen destroyed. Other reports
received here said sisal had been
j burned nt Merida. Progr?to, and
other places to prevent it from falling
into the hands of the enemy ami pro
M. J. Smith, a hemp importer, told
Officials ii would not be more than a
few weeks heiore the farmers of thc
country felt? the shortage in harvest
Tile Mexican gunboat ZaragosR at
Progreso has not interfered with the
movement bi vessels, it was said.
Au official message t(iid General
Alvarado entered Merida yesterday
day. thp enemy Geeing at his ap
proach. Quiet prevailed at Merida and
Confirmation of the defeat of the
Carranza forces at Son Carlos was
given in official dispatches.
A statement issued tonight hy the
x-onventtoii agency here reported the
capture of ('amargo, a border city
between Nuevo Lirado and Matamo
res, with -light resistance, and added
that the defeated Carranza troops
continued their flight toward Mata
moros with convention troops In hot
Details of recent fighting about
Monterey reached the agency today in
a letter from Goneral Felipe An
geles, commander at Monterey. A
large ('arrauzista force, marching to
attack Monterey, were .surprised hear
Pared?n and defeated with heavy
losses, the statement says. On the
follcwing dav unotlier Carrnnzlsta
force, attempting to attack the city
from the north and east was repulsed
uftcr a seVere artillery fire. Perfect
order now prevails throughout thc
Monterey section. General Angeles
Charles W. Douglas. Carran/.a's
legal representative hore, reternod to
day from a visit to Vera Grui.
"General Carranza told me," said
Mr. Douglas, "that the two nations
?nearest his heart were Spain and thc
United States. Spain was Iiis native
land, he ?aid, and he looked upon the
I'nited States as the most advanced
nation lu the world."
While Mri Douglas would not dis
cuss the situation in Yucatan, lt Was
learned that General Garrotiza wished
to avoid actual warfare there as hi*
supporters; io the State feared that if
the indians wno work in thc hemp
fields were armed an uprising mlgh*.
I)* il A lt Iv SI"I.LIVvAX
Well Know* Physician Med fester
fprdiiy Morning Near Pelser.
Dr. Merk Sullivan, a ?*ell known
and esteemed physician of Greenville
county near Pelier, died yesterday
morning about .". o'clock at the home
of I1I1 brother. Mr. Harold Sullivan,
at that place. He had been ill for
a hon i six months with flea ri trouble.
Some time ago he went to Florida in
the hope that the change of climate
would bc ot benefit to hla falling
Dr. Sullivan H survived hy his
wife, who was Miss Elizabeth Frier
son, of Sumter?, and two children'.
Dr. sullivan waa a son of Mr. and
Mrs, Danklin Bullivan, the latter be
ing a Miss MbDavid of .Greenville
county, who has several relatives in
till? county, namely, Mrs. it. F. Guy.
Mrs. E. E. Reed and Mrs. Ixui
Keaton. Mr. A. M. Sharpe of this
city is o first cousin of the deccaeed.
Dr. Sui!Ivan was a graduate of
Erskine College, and formerly lived
there. His medical education was ob
tained in a Northern institution, and
after graduation 'be spent severs!
Sears tn hospita) work in New York
City. He waa a brilliant and skillful
physician, and a 'gentlemen of ster
ling cha nu ter.
The funeral service* will bc held
at mon today, s/ter which interment
will be ie the fani.lv cemetery in
tireen vii lc enanty.
S. J. Duckworth of Williamston
waa amens fbi visitara In the city
T?* BACKfcCHc KIOa.YC ?*P gLAUOXl
This is I
for yourself, if you seek men, if yo
fixtures, equip- ment.
Twenty-five words or less, Ons Tl
Biz Times 11.00.
AU advertisement over twenty-flvi
word. Rates on 1,000 words to
No advorttsomept taken for l*ss i
If your name appears in the tele;
your want sd to 321 and a bill will
lYANTKi? TO SELL-Sandy Springs.
Rural Waler Works. supplies
farms with water for stock uud
home. N'o rains and no pumps.
Erected by manufacturers. For
prices und Information, apply to
Rochester & Smith. Sundy Springs,
IVANTEU-Rcgulur customers for
pure sweet milk. Two . deliveries
daily. Thone 4805. Bonham O'Neal.
CANTED-To correspond, confi
dentially, with anyone deslrlous of
becoming permanently cured ot the
morphine or whiskey habit. The
KEELEY INSTITUTE, COLUM
BIA. S. C. Box ?C.
1VANTEO-An erperienced trimmer
cupnble of taking charge of mil
linery department and earning good
salary. Age to 30.years, single.
Address '.Trimmer" care Intelli
WANTED-A reliable representative
in every community to act os agent
for The Intelligencer. Liberal com?
missions paid. Apply The Anderson
IVA NT KI?-The privilege to cure
tobacco users at home. $5.00 buys
the euro. Information if desired.
THE KEELEY INSTITUTE, CO
LUMBIA. S. C.. Box 75.
FOR RENT-Store recently occupied
by The Intelligencer Job Printing
- Department. If interested in a fine
stand und good proposition, apply
to The Intelligencer. 3-13-tf
by systematic meth
ods ?f putting aside
a part of your earn
and quartely interest
will surprise you.
Bank of Anderson
Thc strongest bank
in the county.
and GREEN is his
On ti e Square
is gone. Tomorrow does not
DDAY is thc day of Opportur
:he coloumn of opportunities. Ri
it-if you seek a broader openi
>u wan? io buy or sell machine!
(me 25 cent?, Three Time? M cent?,
B words promt* for ?sch additional
be used in a month made on ?up?
than SS cents, cash tn cdranes.
phone directory yo? can telephone
be msiled attar Ita insertion for
Hill SALK-Cane seed. Mixed car
new recleaoed seed received tod
both amber and orange, also
Peterita. Furman Smith. Seed
THE ?KY STOVE WOOD we-se
certainly Riving the best of BJ
faction. How do we know? By
repeating orders from satisfied c
terners. Stove wood cut Si
length. B. X.. Wyatt. Phone ll:
Banners, pennants ?ad badges,
tractive designs for field day i
e:eisen and commencements;
to order. Also diplomes,
.;?L?s, medals, class pina. T
ers* Supply Co., Greenwood, S. C
i ... . ." i
YOU CAN SAVE money by hav
your bicycle, motorcycle, ? kV
locks or go-cartB repaired by* Ga?
& Smith, Phone 193, 130 W
BAY OLB CHICKS-12 1-2. 15c.
Plymouth Rocks and urdla:
chicks. 100 off every Monday,
delivery, guaranteed. Phone 847,
write Room 6, 1191-2 N. Main St
WHEN the inner man calls for so_
thing to eat-como to the "Little
Gem" Cafe. No. 128 W. WhUneT
street, where you will find what
you want and at the right price. J.
F-. Derrick. Propr.
BUTK-EYE BARBER SHOP-Bair
cut 15c shave 10, Best service. Sat
isfaction guaranteed. C. A. McClain,
TEACHERS-Enroll \ pow for KH
terms. Calls coming In daily tte
grade and high schools. Gu&ranu^t |
service. - Th?ee agencies, one en
. rollment. Sheridan Teachers' Agen
DR. J. E. WATSON
Office In Llgon & Ledbetter Building.
North Main Street.
Office Phone 210.
Residence Phone 886.
Positive Proof That *
the People Appreciate
Good Coal at War
Before we began selling coal in
Anderson, the price was $8.00 a
ton. We made the price $5.00, and
wo have sold between THIRTEEN
HUNDRED and FOURTEEN HUN
DRED TONS since November.
We advertised our coati at the
$5.00 price, add then gave the peo
ple the best coal tor thc leset
money; and they haye shown their
appreciation by their liberal pat'
rouage, so we take tbls mea's of
thanking our many friends s?"ti pa
trons for their patronage.
We are still, doing bust ress at
the same old stand, and at the
same old price, wltb the same good
old Flue Gem Block Coal, and wy
will appreciate a continuance of
your valued orders.
N. B. WYATT
"The Five Holler Coal Mas
WE BUY AND SELL DEBTS
If anyone owes you money furnish
us an itemised written statement ?t
WE GET THE MONEY
If you owe anyone money, ws will
help you pay tba debt ty
Oar Mutual Lean Fien.
Our "Indian" will call en slow pay
ers and collect bad debts.
That is 'ils business.. /vf^Mi^ifl
MUTUAL LOAN COMPANY
10S 1-3 W. Benaan St