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will be upon
if you appreciate the best
"SEAL BRAND" is
the cream of the world's
best coffee put up in air
tight tin cans. All the
freshness and goodness
kept for you.
"IT'S THE FINEST GROWN"
fresh from the oven, per
Cash Grocery Co,
Special Sale Saturday
We will offer on ?ale et the
.hove dele 1,000 Shirt Webt Sets
Gold Fronts at the rediculous
Three to a Set.
See Them in the Window.
They Speak for Themselves
Walter H. Reese &
NOTICE-AS TO COMMUTATION
. HOAD TAX
AU persons liable to road tax for
1916 are hereby notified that the time
tor payment to the county treasurer of
?BM taxes will expire on the lit day
Sf May, ISIS. After that date a penal
ty will be attached.
J. MACK KINO.
Columbia, March 13, 191 G.
Mr.. Winston Smith .County Auditor,
Andersen, 8. C.
Dear Sir: The State tax commis
sion ot the State of South Carolina
has sent me the following communi
cation relative to the enforcement of
the Income tax law:
"Tho. tune for making returns un
der Ute Income tax law ot this State
expired on the 20th ot February last,
and a very large number of persons
liable to the payment ct the tax
omitted to make auch returns withla
tao time limited.
"The neglect to make the returns in '
tune may have been caused by an er
roneous impression that the returns
and payment ot tho income tax to the
federal government relieved these tax
payers from shying Ote Income tax
imposed by ute laws ot tb ls State.
"The failure to make returns with
in time have been BO general and
wldeHSp?ead that we think further
opportunity should be allowed auch
persona to make these returns before
the penalties provided by btw are
imposed upon them."
In order, uierefore, to save such
persons who will now come forward
and make the proper returns, I, Carl
ton W. Sawyer, under, and by virtue
ot power conferred upon Ute comp
troller general, with the approval ot
the governor, in Section 767 ot Vol
baie 1, Code of Laws of South Caro- I
"'"ina, J91S, do' hereby extend the tlme|
f '4r>e snaking of returns and assess
ed moona* taxes without penalty
"?e flrck day ot July, A. D., 191a. I
I *e iU govern yourself accord-1
Mr?. Sarali Strickland, Of Holton,
who has been visiting her daughter,
Mr?, lt. W. Tribble, on Greenville
airest, returned hom?' yesterday.
Mr. J. Vi. Callabutn, who lian been
sick for several weeks, but who had
gladdened th?' hearts of lils many
friends by appearing <>'? the streets
for several days past, has suffered a
slight rolupse. lils many friends hope
to see him down streets again soon.
Picketts Gaillard, of Columbia, form
erly u resident of Anderson, is here
for a week's visit.
The venerable H. B. Broaxeale, who
was confined to the hospital for sev
eral weeks, has improved to the ex
tent where lt lian been possible to re
move liim to his Lanie in the coun
S. M. Orr of Heard mont, Ga., is vis
iting relatives in the city. Mr. Orr
is engaged lu farming and is making
a success of it.
Hon. Joseph A. McCullough of
Greenville was lu the city yesterday
on business. Ile is one of Die most
prominent members of the Greenville
liar and on several occasions lias been
appointed special Judge to preside
over terms of court in tho State.
Edgar Smith of* Townville passed
through tho city yesterday en route
to Augusta. Ga., whore he will visit
for a few day?.
Pro.*. George W. Smith, principal
of Bethany school, passed through the
city yoslerday on route to hi? home ut
Townville, his school having cloned
for the season.
Miss Eula Compton of Townville
wnB among tho shoppers li tho city
Mrs. Suo O'Neal of Townville was
In tho city yesterday for a uhort
A. V. BarneH, prominent merchant
of L/Owndesvllle, was a visitor In the
IJenry and Mrs. RoHn Moseley of
Lowudesville were in the city yester- '
day. Mr. Moseley is cashier of the
bunk at Lowndesvllle and a splendid
Gram and Seeds.
Ear corn, per bushel ....90c to $1.00 j
Mixed peas.$1.50 to $1.60
Cane seed, per buahel.tl.SE
Soy beans, per bushel.$2.50
California black eye peaa, per
bushel.$2.75 to $3.00
Dwarf Essex Rape, per pouud. ..16c
Cleveland, per bushel.. ..75c to $1.0?
Cooks, per bushel .. ..$1.00 to $1.25
Toolo, per bushel.75c to $1.00
Mitchells Prolific, per bushel.. $1.50
Texas Riordan, per bu. $1.00 to $1.25
Cul pepper, per bushel.$1.00]
Hens, each.35c to 50c
Priera, each.30c to 45c
Porkers dressed, per lb. 12c to 12 l-2c
Hogs dressed, per lb.'.. .Ile
Mutton dressed, per lb. lOe to ll l-2c
Beet cattle, per lb.4 to 4 1-2c
Veal calf, per lb.4 to 5 1-Iv
Hoga, per lb.8 to 9c
Sheep, per lb. .4 1-2 to 5 l-2c
Country ha.us, per lb. 15c to 17 l-2c
Eggt, per dos.17 1-2?
Butter, per lb.20 to 25c
Sweet potatoes, per bu. . .$1.00 to $1.10
Turnips, per bu..SOc to 85c
Turnip Greens, per bti... Cue to Toe
Spring onions, per bunch 3c to 3 l-2c
Local Cotton.9 3-lc
New York Cotton.
Open high low close
May.10.09 10.10 10.03 10.03
July.10.37 10.38 10.89 10.29
Oct...10.67 10.70 10.61 10.61
Doc.10.84 10.88 10.70 10.76
Sales 7,000. .
Has Steady Undertone,
NEW YORK, April 29.-Cotton
opened barely steady and steady at a
decline ot 1 to ,5 pointa In response
n>*atlvely easy cablea' and reports
showers in ute eastern belt snd clear
in i conditions In the southwest. Fluc
tua tiona were Irregular -late in tho
morning with offerings showing a
tendency to Increase on alight ad
vances. There waa enough demand,
.however, on set backs of ft to ? pointa
from last night's prices to give tho
market a ateady undertone.
Mnrke.1 for Terriers,
O. K. Poor? of Belton was p visitor
la tin* city yesterday.
A. t;. Wood of Williamston wa?
among the \lHlto:s in the city yester
15. C. and A. Cromer of Town ville
were among the visitors in the city
W. L. Merritt of the Roberts sec
tion was lu the city yesterday.
G. P. Pettigrew of Starr was In tho
city yesterday for a short while.
A. <'. Jones of Starr was a visitor
In the eity yesterday.
K. N. Sullivan of Portman Shoals
was J ri the city yesterday on busl
H. 1). chipley of Charlotte was
among tho business visitors in the
W. S. linley of Lavenia, tia., was
a business visitor In the city yester
ES. P. Carr of Co vington, Cn., was
In the eily yesterday on business.
H. E. Seal of Hainbridge, Ga., was
a visitor in tlie city yesterday.
L. O. Craig and O. W. Garrett of
Greenwood were visitors In the city
P. S. and Mrs. Amanda McMullin
of Hartwell, Ga., were in the city yes
Claude A. Graves, editor of tho Hel
ton Journal, was In tho city yesterday
for a short while.
Mrs. S. M. Byara arrived in tie
city yesterday afternoon from Corinth,
Miss., to Join lier husband, who re
cently come here as agricultural do
tuont8ator for Anderson county. Mr.
Byars mot Mrs. Byar? In Birmingham.
For the present they /ire stopping at
A. A. Manning, -who does the law
work for the government In connec
tion with the acquiring of timbered
lands on the wa'-r sheds of navigable
streaniR, nnd, v. ! .. spent several days
hero on official business, left yester
dny for Plckens nnd Kaaley._
MBS. Vf. A. BUDGEN8, Editor
Ma*, and Mrs. J. L. McGee left
yesterday for Charleston, where they
will spend u week or ten days.
Rose Hill Club.
Thom wm be a delightful little;!
informal dance at thc Pose Hill club
this evening, beginning at 8::i0. The
visiting ladles In town are cordially
This will be card afternoon at Elks
Home, and a large number of ladies
have planned to play. All ladles who
make up a table are requested to noti
fy either Mrs. C. F. Ross, or Mrs.
K. P. Smith as these ladles have been
appointed to have charge of the serv
Miss ('asliin Entertains.
Miss Bertha Cashin charmingly en
tertained the Calhoun Street Card
Club yesterday afternoon at her j
hom*? on Calhoun street.
The games were delightfully inter
esting and Miss Cashin waa assisted
In her duties as hostess by Mies Ruth
Fretwell. After the games an ele
gant salad course was se-ved.
The guoHts for the afternoon were
Mrs. T. L. Coly, Mrs. Keith Pr?vost.
Mrs. G. B. Greene, Mrs. W. D. Mc
Lean, M*B. Louis Hoeton, Mrs. Mar
shall Orr, Mrs. Frank Reed and Miss
Mary Dunovant of Chester.
Beautiful Informal Affair.
A beautiful little informal affair
was given yesterday morning by Mrs.
S. N. taimer. In honor of her sister,
Mrs. Wilmot 1 irvin a of Boston.
Those invited were 'ome of the old
friends of Mrs. Evans, who had the
pleasure of knowing tho Misses Kram
mer, in the days when they visited
Anderson ss the guests of Mrs. J.H.
Casey, then Misa Julia Fant.
These old friends were asked to
come with their Bowing, and with their
chairs drawn close together, they
dewed and gossiped, repeating and
laughing over many ot thc happy In
cidents ot those days.
At twelve-thirty they wore Invited
into the dining room. Tho boantlfully
polished tabla was most attractive
wRli lace mats, the centerpelce being
a large hamper of many colorrcl
sweet peas, with a ton ot oink tulle.
At each place was a lovely corsage
hoquet of sweet peas, pauaies, verbe
na and other bright flowers. An ele
gant course uncheon was served. The
guests for the morning were Mrs.
Blair Crayton. Mrs. H. O. Evana,
Mrs. DltLumpkln. Mr a. B. F. Krum
mer, Mrs. Earle Barton, Mrs. Clar
ence Pr?vost. Mrs. J. H. Casey. Mrs.
Carrie Patrick, Mrs. W. A. Hudgena, I
an? Miss Lorena Krammer.
Aastrta Needs Doctors.
VENICE. April 2D.~The shortage of
doctors and surgeons tn Austria Ir]
so alarming that the newspapers are
argie medical men from nearby neu
tral countries to enter ?be Austrian
service. At present, it tn cUted. there i
are only two doctors available for
a d wounded merf. Any
physician. ' the nevanajpea
get $ti to $? a
Value I* $250,000
Xrs. Hnx Kleist, Who ?us Miss Juliet
Max Frederick Kleist, the German
gardener for Kdward N. Breitling, the
millionaire inlnging man. ic suing his
former employer for tli.'.O.oO') for tak
ing his wife away. .lullet Breitung
fell In love witli thc garden. r and
married him. Mr. Breitung at once
hegau an effort. Kleist charges, tc
have the girl leave him. She did ul
I.m the I'nited States court i:i New
York, where the case waa tried, testi
mony of a maid was introduced to
show the daughter loved her husband,
and that when the father was trying
to send him off to a western mine
.alie prepared a list of promises the
father was to make. This list, thc
maid said, was written. Among them
was a demand that she be permitted
to communicate with her husband.
Kleist wont to the mine, but instead
of having an opportunity to become
a mining engineer, he taetlfled, he be
came a day laborer.
Darken Gray Hair,
Look Young, Pretty
Sage Tea and Sulphur Darkens
So Naturally That No
body Can Tell.
Almost everyone knows that Sago
Tea and Sulphur, ptroperly com
pounded, bri.?gs back the natural
color und lustre to tho hair when
faded, streaked or gray; also ends
dandruff, itching scalp and stops fall
ing hair. Years ago the only way to
get this mixture war. fo make it at
I home, which is mussy and trouble
I Borne. Nowadays, by asking at any
drug store for "Wyeth's Sage and
Sulphur Compound," you will get a
large bottle of this famous old recipe
for about 50 cents.
Don't stay gray! Try it! No one
can possibly tell that you darkened
your hair, as lt docs it so naturally
and evenly. You dampen a sponge or
soft brush with it and draw thia
through your hair, taking one small
strand at a time; by morning the
gray hair disappears, and after an
other application or two, your hair
becomes beautifully dark, thick and
The Lady Rejoiced.
Postal Clerk-Your letter Just bal
ances, miss; if it weighed any more
I you would have to put on another
Pretty Blonde-Gracious, I'm glad I
didn't sign my middle name!-Judge.
Drink More Water
If Kidneys Bother
Eat Lesa Meat and Take Salts for
Backache or Bladder
Uric acid in meat excites the kid
neys, they become overworked; get
?sluggish, ache, and feel like lump's of
i load. The urine becomes cloudy; the
I bladder ls Irritated,'and you may be
I obliged to aeek relief two or three
times during the night.' When the
kidneya clog you must help them
flush off the body's urlnous waste or
you'll feel a duli misery in the kid
ney region, you suffer from backache,
sick headache, disxiness, Btomach
gets sour, tongue coated and you feel
rheumatic twinges when Ute weather
(Rat. leas meat, drink lots of water;
also get from any pharmacist four
ounces of Jad Salts; take a table
1 sponful In a glass of water before
breakfast for a few days' and your
kidneys will tben act fine. This fam
ous salta ls made from the acid of
grapes and lemon Jplce, combined
with lithia, and has been used for
generations to clean clogged kidneys
and stimulate them to normal activ
ity, also to neutralise the acida , *n
urine, so it no longer ts a source .?f
irritation, thus ending bladder weak
Jad Salt? ts Inexpensive, can not
Injure: make* a delightful efferves
cent Huila water drinlt w*-*"*
ono should take now and
kidneys clean and a
gists here eay they rt
Baila to tolki
Use a little extra money to
good advantage just now?
Haven't you something to sell?
Do you own something yon no
longer use, but which if offered
at a bargain price would ap
peal at once to some one who
does need it?
: An INTELLIGENCER Want
Ad will tum the trick.
PHONE 321 I
Charleston & Western
To and From the
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rates, etc., promptly
E. WILLIAMS, G. P. A.,
T. B. CURTIS, C. A.,
Ande* son, S. C.
Condensed Passenger Benedeie
PIEDMONT A NORTHERN BAIL WAI
Effective January 17th, 1918.
wo. 81..8t35 a. m.
No. SS.ie too ?? m
No. S6.11:40 a. m.
No. 87.1:16 p. sa.
No. 89 . 8:40 p. m.
No. 41.6.00 p. ni
No. 43.. j. .8:20 p. nt.
No. 80.7.15 a. m.
No. 82. 9:00 a. m
No. 84.10:80 a. ?.
No. 88. ..ISA* p. m.
No. 88 .2:80 p. m.
No. 40. ... . 4:48 p. m.
No, 42.8:10 p. s?.
-.C. S. ALLEN,
Traffic Man ?tre r.
Greatly Reduced Round |
Premier Carrier of the Sooth In Con.
noctlon With Bloc Ridge From
Anderson, 8, C.
833.70 .. .Houston, Tex. |
and return account of Southern Bap
tist Convention. Tickets on sale May
6th to 11th, with return limit May
$22.50 .? .Memphis Teen. ]
aud return account of Cotton Manu
facturers Association. Tickets on sate
April 10. ll i ad 12th with return
limit April 24Ui.
?10.25. .. .Washington, D. C.
and return account of Daughtera ot ;
the American Revolution. Ticketa on
sale April 15. 16 and 17th with return
limit May 8th. 1915.
84.40 . .Atlanta, Ga.
and return account of Atlanta Musi?
Festival. Ticketa on sale April 26th
to 30th, with return limit May 4th.
SUS.Chattanooga, Tes s.
and? return account ot Southern Con -
ference. Tickots on sale April 25, 26
and 27th with return limit May 8th.
For complete Information, Pullman
reservation, and tickets call on any
agent, or write to,
W. F. M'GEE, A. G- P. A.,
Colv.ibla & C.
W. R. TABER. T. P, A.,
Greenville. 8. C.
To Held German Trade.
CBRISTlA?ClA. April 29.-In order
tn cheek the inroads which war has
made o?* German trade in tao Scandi
navian countries, a large number of
ii gr* in ted a fortnight's le/
d are now vi
?snSss*.'vv- H. matters befot
NEW SERIES, VOL. 1, NO. ?. W??kly. l?tobU??e* 18?; Dal?* Jan. 18, !'./.<.
_'_ ?_._ _
ANDERSON, S. C.,
MORNING, MA\32, 1914.
PRICE $1.50 THE YEAR,