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IT IS t
is selling 6 WI
Let us have your 01
peet to get any of thc
that's caught out of tl
New Theatre Buildin
Veterans to be Tendered Dinnei
By Palmetto Chapter of
Col. Joseoh N. Brown, Conuuantlei
jf Camp Stephen I). JLee, C. C. V.
lias imu'led Ti.- ir.iclllge.i-:er .ne fol
toying notice for publication :
Headquarters, Camp Stephen I). Lee
No. HT. I!. C. V;
The following invitation has bee:
; received and accepted for the camp
?AL?IEL WHEN B
MAKES YOU SSI
''Dodson's Liver tone" ls Hamless T
Clean Your Sluggish liver
' Vphl CalomeHnakc* you sick. It'
borriblb,' ll'cke u dow of' the dnngerou
drug tonight and tomorrow ron erny.los
a day's work.'
Cnlomcl is iiiprcu.ry bf miiek.^ilvc
which cansos necrosis Of' the bone)
Calomel, when it cowes into oontgc
witli sour bile mudie* into it. brcakin.
i*. uii. This is wlicu you feel that a win
nausea and cramping. I'll you uro ?du-:
-?iah and ""all knocked out." if you
liver ia torpid and bowels const?pate
or you have headache, dizziness, coate
tongue, if breath is laid or- stomach soul
just try ;i .SH ki ii lui of harmless Dodson'
Liver Tone-tonight on my guarantee.
of their work i
well lighted tc
dwellings aire 1
Bank and Jew
places of busii
placed on you
room, or some
tell you how li
m Cash Grocery *
lite Fat Norway
rder QUICK if you ex
;?e macke-al. The best
'bridge & Suggs
ig. W. Whitner St.
"The Palmetto Chapter. V D.
cordially invites . each, and every
I* member of Camp Stephen. V. Lee to
tttond a dinner, in honor of Wad?;
Hampton'^ birthday, to be Riven the
, Confederate veterans on Saturday, r.t
noon, March the twenty-seventh, in
the store room adjoining G. F. Tolly
I"P. Eubank Taylor.
'President Palmetto Chapter, V. I).
Tho camp is requested to assemble
' In thc court house at half pajt eleven
o'clock Saturday, morning for trans
action of business.
JOSEPH N. BROWN.
L. P. SMITH. Commander.
?Li JOS? NO i STOP 1.
SK AND SALIVATES
0^ Sere's my guarantee-Go to any drug
?torc and get a 50 cont bottle nf Dod
son's Liver Tone, 'fake it spoonful and
if it doesn't straighten you right up
and. make you feel-line and' vigorous f
want you to go back to thc ?torc und
's get your money. Dodson's Liver Tone
? is destroying ?he ?ale of calomel because
e it is real liver medicine ; entirely vega.
table, therefore it can not salivate or
r make you sick. \
I guarantee that ono spoonful'of Dod
t son's Liver Tone will pu* your Blueish
fi liver to work and clean ?Pour bowels of
d that sour bili- and constipated waste
',- which is clogging your system and niak
r iug you feel miserable. 1 guarautee that
d ? botth ef Dodson'? Liver Tone will
d keep yo.ir entire family ?feeling tine for
'. months. -Give it to ydtir children, lt is
a harmlos?; doesn't gripe and they liku ita
fear detection, consequent
h the dark. 11 is a mattel
>wns, streets, and well lig]
burglarize^! but seldom,
elexs usually leave a light
ness every night?
not be wise and prudent 1
r back porch with the swi
! other convenient place?
is very trivial. Phone No.
ittle it will cost.
WeSt Whitner Street
NOTICE uv ELECTION
Notice is hereby given that in pur
suance of the provision? of an act of !
the general assembly of this State, j
approved March 9th. A. I).. 1915. und j
in accordance with the provisions of
un order this day signed by J. Muck
King, county supervisor of Anderson
County, 8. C.. made :n compllunce
with the provisions of said act, an
election will he held at the usual
voting precincts in Anderson County,
S. C., Tuesday. Mureil the 30th, A. D..
1915, upon the question of issuing
coupon bonds or the suld county to
the amount of $750.000 for permanent
road improvement. The commission
ers of election shall appoint managers
and receive and tabulate the returns
as ba other elections. The polls shall
open at 7 o'clock a. m. ami close ut
4 o'clock p. m.. us provided by law.
Said election shall bo held under the
laws governing the holding of gen
eral elections in this State. There
shall be provided for each voting pre
cinct one election box. together with
two forms of ballots; on the one bal
\ lot shall be printed the words' "For
permanent road bonds in the sum of
$75O,OO0.~'-Yes;" ou the other shall be.
I printed the words "For permanent
road bonds in the sum of $750.000.
The qualification for suffrage:
i Managers of. election shall require
of every elector offering io vote at
any election, before allowing him to
' vote, the production of his registra
tion certificate and proof of the pay
ment of all taxes, including poll tax,
assessed against him and collectible
during thc previous year. The pro
duction of a ccit"icate\or of tho re
ceipt of tho oillccr authorized to coi
led such taxes shall hu conclusive
proof of the payment thereof.
Before the hour flx^d for opening
the polls managers and clerks must
take and subscribe the constitutional
oat. The chairman of the board of
managers can administer thc oath to
the other members and to thd clerk;
a notary public must administer the
oath to tlio chairman. The managers
elect their chairman and clerk, z
The mrnagers have'the power to
fill a vacancy, and if none o s the
managers attend, thc citizens can ap
point from among the qualified vot
ers, the managers, who. after being
sworn, can conduct tho election;
At the close of the election thc
managers and clerk roust proceed
publicly' to open the ballot boxes and
count the ballots therein, and con
tinue without adjournment until the
Burne is completed, and make a state
ment of the result for each office and
sign the same. Within three days
thereafter, the chairman of the board,
or some one designated by the boar?!,
must deliver to the commissioners bf
election the poll Hst. the boxes con
taining the ballots and written state
ments of the results of the election.
The managers of said election shall
serve without compensation. The
commissioners of election shall report
the result of said -election in writing
tn duplicate one copy of which shall
be filed in the office of the county Su
pervisor of said county, and one copy
with the secretary of state, and said
duplicate reports shall be kept . on
perpetual record in said offices.
Anderson-T. W. Norris. W. T. Mc
ly they do most
. of .record that
tited stores and
Why is it that
burling in their
o have a light
ten in your bed
223 and let us
Gregor. S. J. Davis.
Anderson Cotton Mill?-D. F. Car
ter. T. M. Vanadore. J. F. Stone.
Belton-J. G. Harria. W. 1'. Shir
ley. J. T. Cox.
Belton Milla-W. C. Barby, J. tl.
Acker, J, W. Campbell:
Brogon Milla-C. I*. Cathey, O. B.
Ballard, Will Horton.
Cray ton vii le-W. W. CHnkacales,
W. B. Gowan, Lu J. Wilson.
Cedar Grove-A. L. Makaffey', N. A.
Burgess, A. W. Poore.
Campbells Store-P. G. Griffin. P.
B. Gentry. K. E. Campbell.
Cedar Wreath-W. W. Flemming,
J. W. Glyde, L. B. Merritt.
C'cnterville-T. ll. Uurrisi Fred
Bolt. A. M. Hembree.
Conrrcte-J. W. t'hilders, J. M.
Philips. J. A. Ellison.
Five Forks-A. N. Richardson, o.
YV. Casey, G. L. Martin.
Flat Hock-G. W. Tucker, c. i
Watt. W. H. Whitaker.
Friendship-C. E. Cox. G. \V. Goo
ley, J. A. Cox.
Cluck Mill-ti'. E. McDonald, IL ii.
Spake. G. C. Lock.
Grove School House L S. Clink
scales. J. H. Brock. M. T. Harris.
Hollands Store-J. M. Jones. H. J
Strickland, W. A. Glenn.
Honen Path-G. E. .Moore. YV. T.
Kay. P. W. Sullivan.
Hopewell Springs- L. lt. Tucker.
Bhama Mcphail, .1. I.. Kay.
iva-J. S. Uamby. H. H. Gatley, W.
Long Branch-w. i;. Greer, c. c.
Davis, C. E. Clements.
Mitfords-C. H. Balley, J. I,. Jack
son. J. J. Finley.
Moffettsvllle-W. T. A. Sherard. J
S. Brown, R. S. Sherard.
Mt. Tabor-H. S. Garrison. J. W.
Palmer. B. C. Cromer. .
Mountain View-YV. M. Griffith, K.
E. Whitlock. E. F. AlKOOd. ?
Neal's Creek-H. P. McDaniel, T.
W. Martin. J. A. Elgin.
Orr Mill-w. H. Goth ran, J. ii.
Hancock, W. W. Scott.
Pelzcr-Jus, A. Alexander, M. M.
Thomerson. Warren Wright. .
Pelzer No. 4-W. Grady Cox, J. L.
Spearman. Neal Bass.
Pendleton-J. W. SirapBon. S. E.
Whitten. J. C. Hall. Sr.
Piedmont-A. B. Clardy, J. R. Free
man, J. F. Hammond.
Plercetown-A. M. Guyton. W. F.
G. W. Darby, H. N. Gurrison.
Sn>?th'B Mill-J. D. 'Stonecypher. B.
F. Wright. H. C. Routh.
Sandy Springs-Thomas P. Hobson,
G .W. Darby. H. N. Garrison
Starr-L. L. Moore. J. B. Quarles,
L. H. Hanna, Jr.
Three and Twenty-R. H. Tripp. W.
T. Wah'on, J. C. Henderson.
Toney Creek-J. A. Cox. J. E. Poore,
J. M. Cox. ... 'f
Townville-S. ?, Johnson, . J. D.
Babb, J. E. Barton.
Toxaway-W. H. Godfrey. Len
Hughes, Earnest Kay.
Tugaloo Academy-Jeff Cromer W.
O. Marett. W. B. Compton.
Wright's Stores-Asa Hall. Jr.. lt.
Parker Robinson, J. R. Pennell.
Whitfield Church-John ll. Wyatt,
L. W. Harris. J. W. Knight.
Willlamston -J. B. Hogg. W. J. |
Guyton. Oscar D. Gray.
Willlamston Mill-G. R. King. Chas:
Koon. S. B. Pruitt.
White Plains-E. A. Durham. T. W.
Johnson. B. T. Johnson.
Williford's Store-J. L. O. Shaw. J.
ll. Shirley, D. J. Bolt.
Walker-McElnioyle-W. C. Barnett,
S. W. Newton, C. F. Rumler.
The 'managers at each precinct
named above are requested to dele
gate one of their number to secpre
boxes and blanks for the election
from the county supervisor's office.
C. E. TOLLY,
W. A. HUDGENS, I
J. C. RAGSDALE.
Commissioners of Election for State j
and County Offices for Anderson
Anderson. S. C., March'9, 1915.
TAXPAYERS TAEE SOTIP?
The time for paying taxes will bc
out April 1st., and I have published
a list or Anderson School Districts j
No. 17, which have not been paid. ;
Now if you fail to call for your poll
tax when you pay. your taxes lt wilt
ebal you $8.00 so if you fall to 'jay,
do not blame year auditor.
Preachers and 8chool Trustees are
liable 'or po!l tax.
NOTICE TO THE TOWNSHIP
HOARD. OF ASSFSSOIt.H
Please send lb your little book by
the 19th instant, so that I can notify
the parties - 'hos(. property assess
ment has been raised over one hun
The Township Board of Assessor?
will meet In 'my office at 12 noon Fri
day, March 26.II, 3915. But be sure to
?end ta Ute little books at once.
tSlgncd) WINSTON SMITH.
Auditor of Anderson County.
Taxpayers o? AnCrvwn county:
The tax bootes wiil close the 31st
or March. All persons not paying by
then will have to settle with the
sheriff. Only .nine more days remain.
i W>. A. Tripp,
March 22. IQir.. .
NOTICE Or HALE OF BAS KRITT
In the Dis:riot Court of tb.- Fnlted
States for the Western Dhtrlct of
In the iateer of
A. W. Hailey, trading as A. W. Ball
el and Company, Bankrupt.
Pursuant to an order of Rale in the
ioovo entitled matter. I'will soli at
Mtblie outcry, for -cash, at ll o'clock
m tho foronoon, ?tpf*? Xlh, IPI;'., In tho
city ot Anderson. South Carolina, in
the ?tore room of tho above named
bankrupt, 107 South .VC..in street, the
stock of goods of said bankrupt lu
lMJtl: store rooms ii? ?aid city and
State, consisting of confectionery,
wooden ware, tin ware, store fixtures,
etc. The property will oe divided Into
suitable lots und sealed bids will be
invited for the said property in lots
and us a whole, such bids to be open
ed at u time to be determined hy Ute
receiver tb offer tie property a; pub
li. sale, both in lots and us a? whole, I
the bidding IO be started al the blah
i st sealed bid for each lot and as a '
whole; and the property to be Bold .
Bttbjeot to the ronlirmutinn by the ?
court .) the-bidder or bidders whose
hld or bids reullze the 1 ?st prices to .
the estate. At leust 26 per cen:, of |
Buch highest hld or bhls to be paid as
a deposit by suth highest bidder or
bidders. Prior to the closing time of
receiving such sealed bids. ;be said
nroperly shall be exposed to view nt
leust three days.
The smled bids referred to above
will be received by A. H. Daguall
Bag.', and these bids will bc opened hi
his otlice in the city of Anderson. S
at 12 o'ctoch noon, April 7th. lilt",
rho property will be exposed for
view on the 6th, 6th. 7th Of April.
Bids will be received until 9 o'clock.
April 7th. 1915.
Applh allon for the continuation of
this sale vyll be mnde to Hon. H. A
M. Smith, United States district
Judge, lu Charleston, S. C.. at ll
o'clock in the forenoon. April 14Ul,
LOUIS G. BKLKMAN.
Salts if Backachy
And Kidneys Hurt
Stop eating meats for a while if
your Bladder is troubling
When you wak?; up with backache
and *" 1 misery in the kidney region
lt ge. . rally means you have been eat
ing too much meat, says a well known
authority. Meat forms uric acid
acid which overworks the kidneys In
their effort lo. filter lt from the. blood
and they become sort of paralyzed
and loggy. When your kidneys gi?,
sluggish and ciog you must relieve
them, like you relieve your bowels;
removing all the body's urlnoua
waste, else you have backache, sick
headache, dizzy spells; your stomach
sours, tongue is coated and when thc
weather Js bud you have rheumatic j
twinges. The uriue is cloudy, full of
Devilment, channels often get sore,
water scalds and you ure obliged to
seek relief two or three times during
Either consult a good, reliable
physician ut once or get from your
pharmacist about four ounces of Jad
Salts; take ? tablespoonful in u glass
of water before breakfast for a few
days and your kidneys will then act
Hue. This famous salts ls made from
the acid of grapes and lemon juice,
combined .with lithia, and hus been
used for generations to cleau and
stimulate sluggish i kidneys, also to
neutralize acids In the uritte so it no
longer irritates, thus ending bladder
Jad ..Sails ls a life saver for regu
lar nreat eaters; lt ls inexpensive,
cannot injure and makes.a delightful,
effervescent lithia water drink.
and GREEN is his
On the Square
Would Like One
o f These.
A gold Knife, and
A pretty finger Ving.
A Sterling Silver Cig
A Silver Drinking
A Pair of Curt* Links.
A Stick Pin. '
A Watch, or Fob and
This is tl
for yourself, if you seek men, if'yoi
fixtures, equip- merit.
Twenty-five words or leas, Coe Til
Bis Times $1.00.
All advertisement over twenty-five
word. Hatea on 1,000 wurda to t
No advertisement taken for l?as t
If your name appears In the tolo ii
rour want ad to 321 and a bill will I
WASTED TO HELL Sandy Spring?, i
Lura! Water Works, .supplies
farms with water for stock and
bomb. No rains and no pumps.
Bree ted by manufacturer*. For
prices and Information, apply to
Itoebester & Smith, Sandy Springs,
WANTED- -Regular customers for
pure sweet milk. Two deliveries
daily. Phono 4S05. Monham O'Neal.
WANTED-To correspond. confi
dentially, with anyone delirious of
becoming permanently cured of th?;
morphine or whiskey hnhlt. The
KEELEY INSTITUTE, COLUM
BIA, S. C. Box 75.
WANTED-A reliuhle representative
in every community to act ns agent
for The Intelligencer. Liberal com
mlsRiona paid. Apply The Anderson |
WANTED-The privilege to cure
tobacco users at home. $5.00 buys
the cure. Information if desired.
THE KEELEY INSTITUTE, CO
LUMBIA, S. C., Box 75.
fOB BENT-Storo recently Occupied
hy The Intelligencer Job Printing
Department, if interested in a lino
stand and good proposition, apply
to Tho Intelligencer. 3-13-tf
Urala and Seeds.
Ear ern. per btlfchel.,- ..90c. to $1.00
Mixed peas.$1.30 to $1.60
Cane seed, per bushel . .IL..36 to $1.50
Soy beans, pei* bushel.. .$2.50
California black eve peas, per
bushel.$2.50 to $2.7."
Dwarf Boper, per pound...15;
Cleveland, per bushel.. ..75c to $1.09
Cook.*,.per bushel .. ..$1.00 to $1.25
Tool?", l>er bushel.75c to $1.00
.Mitchells Prolific, per buRhol.. ?$1.50
Texas Riordan, pe.* bli-, $1.00 to $1.25
Culpepper, per bushel.. .. ..$1.00
Hens, each.36c to 50c
Friers, eaifch. ....30c to45c
Porkers dressed, per th. i2c to 12 l-2c
1-hgs dreaied. per lb... .Ile
Mutter. ?ireBeed, per lb. 10c to ll l-2c
Beef cattle, per lb. iv*... .4 to .ll-2c
Veal calf, per lb.4 to 5 l-2r
Hogs,, per lb.- . .8'to V : j
Sheep, per lb.i 1-2 to 5 i-'.'.c j
Country hams, per lb. 15c to 47 f-2?
Eggs, per doz.17 l-2c
Butter, per lb.20 to 25c
Sweet potatoes, per bu. . .$1.00 to $1.10
Turnips, per bu.COu to 85c
Turnip Greens, per bu... COc to 75c
Spring enlons, per bu nc li 3c to 3 l-2c
Lunl cotton....8 1 2e
Nev* \ork ( elton,
open high 'cw close
Miren. 8.80 .9.04 8.80 9.Oft
May.0.08 9.20 0.03 9.20
Julv.. .H. 39 9.50 9.31 9.60
October.-J.71 9.81 9.63 9.81
I ?eelpt9 68.000.
J Uly-Au KU8t.5.38 5.37
Mack Rogers of Williamson w .s a
visitor in the city yesterday.
J. Boyce Burrls3 of the county was
In the city yesterday on business.
Hal Burris* of Ccntervllle was In
W. F. thant of Ueidsville was
visitor In the city yesterday.
J. 8. McFall of Varennea wa? in the
W. L. Mouc';ett of Iva was among
tho visitors in Ute city yesterday.
'" v .'. v>. >:?.?: -.\ ?
gone. Tomorrow does not ex
'DAY is the day of Opportunity.
ie coloumn of opportunities. Read
lt-if you seek a broader opening
i want to buy or sell machinery.
* - ?v Ht
31? 25 ceuta, Three Times SO cents,
words prorata for each additional
>e u?cd iu a mouth made on appll
ban 25. cents, cash in advance.
ihono directory yon can telephone
>e malled after its Insertion for
VOIl SAL?: Cane ticed. Mixed car or
new recicanod seed received -today,
both antb?r nnd orang?, also cur o?
Eetorl?. Kurman smith, Seedsman,
Phone 404. ? ' . ?
THK MIX SH?Vi; WOO?) we sell is *
certainly giving tho best of satis
faction. How dd we know? Dy tho ft
repeut lng orders from satisffed cus
tomers. Stove wood eut any li
length. D. N. Wyatt. Phono 182. m
YOU CAN SA VU money by having *
your bicycle, motorcycle. kev.-,
locks or go-carts repaired hy Oates $ .
& Sutitu. Phone 193, 130 West
Whltncr stroct. . ^,
WHEN the inuer mitti calls for some?
thing to eat- come to the "Little m
Gem" Cafe, No. 128 W. Whitnir
street, whoro you will lind what ->u
you want and at the right price. 3.
E. Derrick, Propr. * i
BUCK.EYE BA UBI: lt SHOP-Hair
cut 15c, shave 10. Best service. Sat
isfaction guuranteod. C. A. McClain,
DR. J. E. WATSON ?
Omeo tr. Llgon & Lcdbeltor Building, ft
North Main Street.
Office Phono 210.
Residence Phone 386. fl
Tho?. Heury Ourriss of ContoryiHe
was among tho visitors lu the pity
yesterday. _ I
Marcus L. Brown, of Decatur, Go.,
was in the city yeterday on hul
Mrs. W. B. Scuddy of Starr was
?among the shoppers in the city yee- - M
terday. _ _
I am the nian to- fix yonr teeth
ao you can cat thc pie that ? put
In the Piedmont Belt.
N i ...
I make plate? at $6.60
. I make .gold crown? at$4.00
Silver fillings, SOc and up.
Gold fillings $1.00 and up
Painless Extracting 40p.
I make a specialty of treating
Pyorrhea, Alveolaria of the gums
and all crown and bridge worl
and regulating mal formed teeth.
All work guaranteed first-class.
S. G. BRUCE
Positive Proof That
the People Appreciate
Good Coal at War
Before we begun selling coal in
Anderson, the price waa $8.00 a
ton. We made tho price $5.00. and
we have sold between THIRTEEN
HUNDRED and ?H3URT1\EN HUN
DRED TONS since November.
We advertised our eoatl at tho
$5.00 price, and then gave the peo
ple the best coi.1 for ? the least
money; and they Ita ve shown their
appreciation by their liberal pat
ronage so we take thin means ot
thanking1 our many friends and pa
trono for their patronage.
Wc aro still doing business at
the same old stand, and at the ,
same bid price, with the same good
old Blue Cent Block Cool, and wo
will appreciate? a continuance ? ot
Soar valued orders.
N. B. WYATT
"The Five Bollar Coal Alan" j
Phone ISi 'I