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Burglars fear detection, consequently they do most
of their work in the dark. It is a matter of record ?that
well lighted towns, streets, and well lighted stores and
dwellings are burglarized but seldom. Why is it that !
i Bank and Jewelers usually leave a light burning in their
places of business every night?
Would it not be wise and prudent to have a light
placed on your back porchwith the switch in your bed
room, pr some other convenient place ?
The cost is very trivial. Phone No. 223 and let us
tell you how little it will cost.
West Whittier Street
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Is Your Home Mortgaged?
Many are the hornes that have been saved by life
insurance. Very often the proceeds of a life insur
. ~ ance policy are used to pay off'a mortgage, thus
leaving, a clear home. When a man places a mort
gage on his property."he needs life insurance. . A
mortgaged home should never go unprotected. Life
insurance is?as essential as is fire insurance. A mort- .
gage is. an intolerable load for a family to carry with
the chief money-earner gone. When a home is
mortgz.ged a life insurance policy for-Hie amount of
the mortgage should vt immediately secured by the
head of the family. A life insurance policy admir
ably supplements a building and loan account; for, ,
?: if d.?ath does occur, the amount sought in time .to
be accumulated by means of the building and loan
association is immediately available.
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When ali ase is made uncertain by .death '
? Mutual Benefit Policy
comes to the rescue.
. Peace of Mind
I The sense of security which^a life ihsurance policy
gives enables a man to do better work, while the
habits of thrift which it develops always reflects
credit upon him in other directions. Today men
generally realize more fulls than ever before that
life insurance is necessary for all. The poor man
should carry life insuarnce, and ttoe rich man should
carry life insurance. As the first president, of the
nation so aptly stated over one hundred years ago:
I r 'M/:??Vt^?y*?irfcertalnA ?nd common prudence
dictates to every man the. necessity of settling his
temporal concerns while it is in his power." .
There is'?oday no more certain, more S?tf?, cr
more wisc way iii which to settle ,one's "temporal
concerns" than-by securing.and maintaining an ade
quate amount of life insurance. WhaPs more, a
man mus! do it now "while it is in his power."
M M. M A'TTISON
' General Agent
C. W.,WEBB, M J. J. TROWBRIDGE,
District Arcr? Special Agent,
j . Hockley flldg.. Anderson, S. C.
W i-i i nu?.- i" i MI i in HMM .HM .r. .... v ? ??.nfn
Dr. Jame*' Headache Powders re
lieve at once-10 cants a
You take ri Dr. Jamos* Headache:
Powder and In just a few moments
your head clears and al nenralga and.
pain fades away. . It's the quickest
and surest relief for headache, whet h
er dull, throbbing, splitting or nerve
racking. Send someone to the ' dru
store and get a dime package now.
Quit suffering-it's so needless. Be
sure you get Dr. James' Headache
Powders-then there will be no disap
Following IS* the Hot cf letters re
maining uncalled for in the pest
office at Anderson, S. C., for the
week ending March 31, 1915. Per
sons calling foi" these will please
say that they were advertised. One
cent due on all advertised matter.
A-Miss Margie, Mrs. sluger Ack
B.-J. J. Burleigh, J. H. Brab
hame, John Belton, Briggs & Grant
Co., E. B. Bryson, Mrs., Corrie
Bomen, Budy Brown, Miss Bettie. Cel.
ton- -, .
, C.r-Hugh Carithers, Margaret
Carter, Colonial Inn, T. C. Crawford,
-Miss Slnda Clinkseales. .
D.- Mrs. Fannie Dolph. Claud
F-M. C. Fox. Cora Feaster.
. C?-Mrs. Nora Grey, Claude Green,
R. B. Green.
H-T. Halrson, Miss Rosa H*.
Haney, Miss Priola Hughes, Beatrice
. J-Mrs. Mattie JOnes. Lizele
Johnson. J. T. Junhins, Miss "Eddie
K.-Miss Euoia King.
Lr.-Miss Marie Lewis, Mrs. Tilda
M.-S. C. Merritt, Robert McDuf
fi?. R. A. McGee, Otto Moore. Miss
Louis? Moore, Mrs. Ellon McKay, E.
P.-Mrs. Tate Patton, J. P. Pres
R.-Mrs. J. H. Fobison, Rogerson
& Clemons, Sam Roach.
"SH^Mlss Savannah Servian.
W.- Andy Whltner. diaries Wil
lisms.-'Mrs*.*'; pilen Wiillford;: Hamll
.ton "Webb. 4M Ti W? fifield. Mrs.
f Marylou Waffine. ,J\*l
?.. Death of Mrs. Lisia An?, Etta's.
On Saturd?y morning,. March
?7th. Che sad news reached ns of the
death of Mrs. Usia Ann (Hall)
iBaton'who for years lived near First
Creek church, which ia In the south
ern part ot this county, but at thc
time of her death lived with her
daughter, Mrs. Eva Pettigrew of Co
! lumbla. The burial service took pisce
on Tuesday, March t, et tb% First
j Baptist church, which she was in the
presence of a host of friends. .
: Her husband preceded her to the
?grave about six yearn ago.
' She leaves one daughter, of Col nm*
[bia, Mrs. Era Pettigrew, two broth*
. era. Mr. S. B. Hall of sto.-eV.lle sec
tion. Mr. Asa Hall, near Antravllle:
nWfcU?er, Mrs. Elisabeth Honda of
We extend our sympathy. io her
?bereaved family and relative!.
1 One who loved her.
Special to Tb? I&tvlUcMBcr.
SENECA, March 30.-A number ol
business men came together laBt
night and reorganized the chamber of
commerce here, by electing Mr. C. M.
Glgntlliat president and Mr. J. E.
Hopkins secretary und* treasurer. At
tito same time the proposition of put
ting on a farmers chautauqua was
discussed and a committee appointed
to investigate this matter and to re
port at a later dato.
J. M. llannleut is Dead.
After a lingering illness of several
weeks, Mri James M. Hunnicut, one
of the most widely known men of
the county, died Sunday at Hie home
ot his son, S. M. Hunnicut. near Pop
Mr. Hunnicut left bis home near
Fairview several weeks ago expecting
to pay a ehoi't visit to his son and be
came sick shortly after reaching his
son's burne. It had been known by
the family for. some time that he could
Mv. Hunnicut was 82 years old June
5, 1914. He is survived by four chil
dren: Clifton, Seneca; N. J., Birming
ham, Ala.; J. M., Poplar Springs, and
Miss Ruth, Newry. Ho was a mem
ber of the board of county commis
sioners for several terms and super
visor at one time of this county. He
was burled at New Hope church Mon
Mr. T. E Strlbling who suffered a
broken hip some time ago ls recover
ing and 1B able to be up in a rolling
It is reported that the delegation
bas unanimously recommended Mr.
John Thomas for rural policeman and
the appointment is expected to be
made by the govert " Mt a few days.
Home Changes p <J '?epol.
..Mr* .J. H. Toll ison fro.? ^jerty has
"roiled". Joe Brown, whp was Becond
'Urlck" operator here, and Mr. Brown
in turn "rolled" Ben Rike who was
operating thc third "trick." Mr. Rike
has.not decided where he will be at
present but he stands for some good
place on the line. He will perhaps go
to Tocoa or Lula.
New Doctor to Locate Here.
Dr. Oscar Miller of Redbank, Ga.,
has decided to locate here for thc
practice of his profession and will
(come about the first of the month.
|o TOWNSVILLE HEWS. o
t " ' ' j o
Little Miss Christine Gaines took
supper with Miss Fannie Broyles at
tho Mountain View hotel, Thursday
Dr. and Mrs. F. B. Jones took sup
per with Dr. and Mrs. Hobson Thurs*
Mr. Lon Boleman visited bis coun
try home-this alterooop.
The Public elite- met with Mrs.
Gaines this afternoon at three o'clock.
Miss Mue H ?mill?n from Seneca
visited Mr.' arid Mrs. T. B. Jones from
Wednesday until .Thursduy afternoon
a't the hotel.
Mrs. Alice Harmer, the wire of Mr.
Berry, Farmer, ls very ill with pneu
monia. Her.many friends wish her
a speedy recovery.
A very unpleasant week of exam!
nation has passed, pwhy. Thc teach
ers are very much, pleased with the
L. L. G.
o LOW?iDESVILLE NEWS. o
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It is rumored that Dr. Kirkpatrick
has donated a lot for * aew post office
near the depot and that lt will bo
moved from the old part of Lowndes
ville, wher? it has stood for a coi
tury-to . the new part of town.
Should there be truth in the' rumor,
jeonie excitement ls promised the in
habitants of the quiet old village.
M1S3 Kate Liddell, who has been
'?ick With la grippe 0? convalescing
' Tho many friends of Miss Annie
Bell are welcoming ??cr home again;
after several monUw stay In Lydia
Mrs. E. W. Harper left today tc
?liait her daughter. Mr. T. S. Allen
Mrs. Aubry Pruitt and. little son of
Anderson, are visiting Mrs. Pruitt's
parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hardin.
Mrs. Robert L. Smith was hostess
at a delightful tea Friday evening in
honor of Miss Hadel Fey of Cincin
nati. Mrs. Src'.th always a
gracious hostess, waa . at her best.
An elegant supper waa served, after
which a pleasant evening was spent
In music and; games. Those enjoying
Mrs. Smith's hospitality were:
Misses Hadel Fey. Lucy Powell, Ella
Nickels, .Mattie Lee Harper, Agnes
Speights. Annie Bell, Lizzie Boll and
Mr. W. M. Speer has gene to Ab
beville .to serve on the Jury during
the term of co?vn.
TAXPAYERS TAKE NOTICE
The tune for pay fog taxes will be
dat April 1st, and I have published
a Hst of Anderson School Districts
No. 17, which have .not been paid.
Now if you Aili to call for your poll
tax When ron pay your taxes lt will
cost you 53.00 BO if you fall to pay.
do not blame your audltnr.
Preachers and Reboot Trust?es are
liable for noll tax.
County Auditor. -
Taxpayers ot Anderson county:
The tax books will close the 3 J st
of March. All persona not paying by
tuen will have to settle with the
sh?;iff. Only nine mare days remain.
W. A. Tripp, .
Uarcb 22, 1M5.
Temperatures Far Below Norma)
Will Prevail Throughout
WASHINGTON. Mareil 30.-Wilt- j|
t?r's blast will r"tr.ni to tho South
Wednesday aud temperatures fur be- J
low nornuil will prevail throughout i
Southeastern States, the weather bu
reau announced tonight. A cold w?vd
will touch the Gulf coast, extending
into Northern Florida. Cold wove
warnings wero issued tonjght for the
South portions of Mississippi, Georgia
und as fur as Northwestern Florida.
Storm Warnings were displayed aicfg
the Atlantic from Fortress Monroe to
Jacksonville sud on the ? Gulf from
Tampa to Brownsville. Unusually
heavy snow fell in Tennessee.
Would Like One
A gold Knife, and
A pretty linger ring.
A Sterling Silver Cig
A Silver Drinking
A Pair of Cuff. Links.
A Stick Pin.
A Watch, or Fob and
Monte Cristo, Tom Watson and i
Kleckley Sweef 1
2 Great Cantaloupes ,
Shumway's Giant, 30 to 40 lbs.;
Dreer's Hoodo, none better ....-<
Get seed a*.
FANT'S BOOK STORE
. If so, here's the place to got ?your
[oed. We carry the full Cypher's line
?Laying Mash, Scratch Feed, Short.
nt Alfalfa, Developing Food, for lib
e "Biddy" chicks, Meat Scraps, and
Wheat Shorts, etc., etc.
J. M. McCown
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Phone 22 East Whitner Street.
AN wm m
ANO END ECZEMA
Bays this old-time Eczema ram
edy ie applied like
Any indoon or braking ont ott the
fae*. arm?, Tees or body when accom
panied by itching, or wbe? the akin is
dry and feverish, can toe readily over
come by, applying a little, bc .d-aulphw,
.ays a noted dermatologist, ? ! < -
He stairs that bold-sulphur instantly
sllays the angry itching and irritation
and sooth** and heals the Kcsema right
np leaving the skin clear and smooth.
Bold-sulphur has occupied a secure posi
tion for many years in fae treatment
rf cutaneous disorders because of ita
parasite-destroying property. Nothing
has ever, been found to take it* place
In treating the irritable and bid am
ma tory skin affections. While not al
ways establishing a permaeont ear? it
never fails to subdue the itching irri
tation and drive the Eczema away and
it is often years later, before any erup
tion again appear* on the ?Lin.
Those troubled should obtain at any
Jmg store an ounce of Md-aulpbnr,
which ls applied to th* affected part* in
the same manner as a? ordinary cold
? This is 1
for your*?: , if you seek men, if yt
. Twenty-fire word* or lees, One T
81s Times $i.oo.
All advertisement over twenty-flv
word. Rates on 1,000 words to
No advertisement taken for loss
If your name appears tn the tele
your want ad to 821 and a bill will
FOB SALE-Prollfle Pop Corn, pure
white and extremely tender. Un
questionably one of our bost forage
orops. Fur ni an Smith, Seedsman,
Phone 464. -
FOU SALE-Singlo comb Black Mi
norca eggs for hatching-$1.00 for
15. L. M. Murphy, care Murphy Coal
and Wood Co. Phone 726. 3-26-6t
ff QR RENT
FOB BENT-Store recently occupied
by Tho Intelligencer Job Printing
Department If Interested in a Ano'
Kstand and good proposition, apply
to Tho Intelligencer. 3-13-tf
FOB KENT-Three or four nico I
roome, modern conveniences, near
in and in good neighborhood. Apply
to W. D. Simpson at Hotel Chlquo
la, Barber Shop.-3-28:3t.
DR. J. E. WATSON
'Jffice tn Ligon ft 'Ledbetter Bulld'og
North Main Street.
Office Phone 210.
Besldence Phone 38C.
WE BUY AND SELL DEBTS
It anyone owes you money .furnish
as an Itemized written statement of
WE GET THE MONEY
If yon owe anyone money, we will
help you pay the debt by
Oar Mutual Lona Pisa.
Our "Indian" will call on slow pay.
?rs and collect had debts.
That ls bis business.
MUTUAL LOAN COMPANY
105 1-2 W. Benson St.
anderson. S. C.
199 1-2 E. Whinier St
FILLING, CROWN ANC
EXPERT ON E
Either way, asleep <
One of the best in t
C. E. TRIBB
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"You may love your tami
enough to insure for their bi
M. M. MATTISON,
C. W. WEBB, Dbi
J. J. TROWBRIE
is gone. Tomorrow does not ex
DDAY is the day of Opportunity,
the coloumn of opportunities. Read
it-if you seek a broader opening
)u wanlto buy or sell machinery.
line 25 cent?, Throe Times 80 cent?,
. words prorata for each additional
be u*ed In a month made on appl!_ #
than SK cent?, cash in advance.
phone directory yon can telephone
be malled after Its Insertion for
WANTED TO SELL^-Sandy Springs,
Rural Water Works, supplies
farms with water for stock and
home. No rams and no pumps.
Erected by manufacturers. For
prices and information, apply po
Rochester & Smith, Sandy Sprint
WANTED-To correspond, con!
dentlally, with anyone delirious pf
Ibecoming pe4~man/mttevoucpd of tho
morphine or ; wWlMf i hiblt Tho
KEELE 7- INSTITUTE}, COLUM
BIA, S. C. Box 75.
WANTED-To purchase a good ml
cow. Jer.;ey preferred. Write Bfx
45G, describing vhat you have J
sell, and quot< ? price. 3-30-2t
WANTED-A reliable representative
in every community to act a? agent
for The Intelligencer. Liberal com
missions paid. Apply The Anderson
WANTED-Tba privilege to eura
tobacco users at home. $5.00 buys
the cure. Information it desired.
THE KEELEY INSTITUTE, CO
LUMBIA, & C., Box ?6.
THE DEY STOVE WOOD we sell ls
certainly giving tho best of satis
faction. How do we know? By the
repeating orders from satisfied cus
tomers. Stove wood cut any
length. B. N. Wyatt. Phone 182.
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DO'YOr eat to live, or live to eal?
Well; no matter which 'in either
ease whenever you wish to eat
something good, and don't care io
pay all you've gol ror it; come to
Ute "Little Gem" Cafe,. No. 128 W.
Whltner 8t., J. E. Derrick, Propr.
BUCK-EYE DARBEE SH ..--Hair
cut 15c, shave 10. Best service. Sat
isfaction guaranteed. C. A. McClain,
M*r- ,'y_. .", .,_
Anderson? S. C.
> BRIDGE SPECIALTY
sr wide awake;
i J'in \
ly, but you rr?gM be polite
oefit, that much you ow?
, General Agent ?
?GE* Special Ageat