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j THE GAS WITH A GO?7! IT COSTS NO MORE JUST GOES FURTHER Send us that next order for Kerosene, Gaso line and all motor oils, if you appreciate qual ity and prompt service. ORDER FROM Ttie Texas Co. O. F. TAYLOR, Agt. Anderson, S. C. Phone 681 Seneca, S.C. Lots That Please We hav? for sale 25 beautiful lots on Tribble Street. TERMS ARE EASY ON THESE LOTS. "LOOK AT THEM. J. Furman Evans Company Evans Building. Progressive Bankers Invite Your Patronage . M k ^E^^.*0"-11 in*n who intends to, marry . or "h<*^?WiT?a^ HIM not to save a part of his mcoro* from ea*t&%s or A bank account fc. Kke n b?U of snow ; it will melt u. you ADD to it. The habit of constanUy INCREASING ance to their credit will mike any man orwoman RICH. bel. Make OUR liar.fc YOUR back .-We pay 4 per c?nt interest quarterly. late - - . 'EOPLES BANK, ----- -Anderson^S.C. e Ci&ea&s Nafeanal Barak inn n ninu, ,?.I mi ,1.1. has made a remarkable increase in its business 4<**% ing the past year, ,\ r. ,\x There is a reason for this, try us with a por tion of your business now?later you will iive us alK ...We Pay Interest on Savings... J. It. Aaoerson, Pres. J. P. Sbwaefcs, Case. co.csB?dl.o? m Faurm&r* htmn m&? Ttmt C&? Wfcoea cambfaed r?tom*c?? ?re a IstlS? ?M tit* ef One B?ff?ion iDo&ws are taking oh &&re n?vifcccou?t* e*. pry any mna erer bjcko?tp.. .. . . . ?Y THERE MUST BS A REASON SMaSt depo?? **d sassll la??? *w> ?*psd?l?y &*?r?d and am esjpaci&Uy appreciated attd recela atirtelal asterctton* ; f tttofa*? pid&m - tl 11 ? j G FOt'R COC3TT COMMISSIONERS Tu Be Elected hr the People and toi Receive 1860 Per Year . The following 's the bill in fail in troduced In the senate to provide four couuty commissioners for Anderson" county and showing how the dlvion of the couflty 1b to be wade: Section. That In the county of An ?rz?* tt?i? s?ill te rour coSntrj commissioners au hcrin?fter provld-] ed. Section. 1. That in the county of. Anderson is hereby divided into tour sections of fpur townships each, as follows: Tho townships of Corner, Hall, Savannah and VOrcnncs shall constitute Shd be known as section number one; tho township* "of Roch Mills shalt constitute and be known us section number two; fbe.townships of Garvin, Brushy Creek. Williamston and Hope well shall constitute and be known as section number three; and the township* of B?lt?n, Broadaway, Hon?a Path and Marlin shall cousil tute and be known as section number four, 8ectlon 8. There shallot the next regular election of 1914, and every two years thereafter, bo elected by the people four county commissioners who shall serve two years, and un fits their successors arc elected and qualified. , Section 4. One of the said commis sioners shall be a resident of section number one; one a resident of section numb?r two; one a resident of sec tion nntnber three ; and one a resident of section number four. Section f>. The said four commis sioners -with the county supervisor, as no\V provided for by law, Bhall constitute Und he known aa tho county board",oT .commissioners; the super visor being chairman q? the board. Section S. In addition,to the;duties no v re^ftlrta bV ia>f- tit %pts county commissioners ,1* ?A^iV ..pfc Ja furt?er duty ?f cacti cdm?*^l?tier in his sec tion to' look well utter.fhe toads ot country roads are worked and kept his section and see that.ijaU cross in repair and that all bridge* and culverts ncros tho roads are kept, In and culverts are built level with the repair and tho approaches to bridge? I roads, to see,. that, ihe ditches' and drains arc kept open and all atrash or other"'obstruction resseyed i?ter rains, to have ail holes in roads f 1U eo, and not wait for such repairs for th<! general working of scrApca and convicts. Jn order that this work be done by each commissioner.In bis sec tion, the board shall provide him the use of such hand or hands as may be noceBsary to run over his rodd be tween general workings. He ?hall frequently .look! <>ver all roads and bridgea In his section and report to the supervisor tha ennrtf* ion and the supervisor shall see that .any dame end bridges Se report? are at once,: by furnishing hands iat to make needed repairs. Section 7. It 4n hereby made the duty ot each commissioner in section to make a list of all per sons liable to work n.i ih* rends er pay the commutation rosi tax. and >rt the same to the board fqr pro entry for taxation, itlon 8. Th? salary of each com-1 mlssloher is hereby fised^at three! hundred dollars per year to be pald| monthly, as provided for by law. Section 9. All acts or parts of acts I ?n contllct with this, aro hereby re pealed. ifc ***** * * * * * * * * 3?UTH W?LL?A??STON * ************* Special to The Intelligencer. South Williamston, Feb. 2>~T ?1r-t Heshr.eht bond h?r, arf??* ? a minstrel show which will be ptt on ?t Suiuiday filgut at the mill- ball. stage has been enlarged and giv i a very theatre llko appearance. io management has promised a ghly . Interesting program. The td will furnish some resi good isle between the acts. Indications that the house will be full. The >ra will bo opened at 7.30. , The starts at promptly, 8. out and bring all the folkd and et your troubles. ; and, M^^M.-i*. Blgby of Pel spent Sunday lb this town with air*, a: r. ^Sharp. ie Magnolia Camp No. 6; Wood of. the WorldV assisted h*, the, at Cheddar and two camps at unveiled the mcauments w' Dr. Ransom and Mr. J. B, r afternoon. The Fir?J ronq>rW9 some verp i te selections for the occa Besidos . ihe camps, a large nuwfccr of mends Wlfctixsm and Slri Casoy were present. <*& ?.. John A. 4b> dnd ?on, .Clmt;i of Oreenvllte, spon, S few days Jo our., town livac ?ofcb*? 3?ugfeler, -?ftJJ J. H. Mahly. Mrs. J. A. Morgan spent tho week end in Greenville with her shrter. T General Passenger Agent. Greenrilie, 8. C. Reduced Round Trio Fares from AMerseiVB. IV RICHMOND, VA..$12.75 Account of National Education Asso ,.1*4inn- tl1#>l,a*a in ?Ia ftaK .9? M Is, with return limit M?eb,~ 4thr iiu. Orleans, La.#11,05 >la. Fla.?5.00 be, Ala V... . #15.45 Account Mardi Gras. Celebration. Tickets on sale Feb. 170* to 33rd. with -" iv iicjst marcn, 9iH X?\*. > farther in?ormettoa call on City Agent, or write C. 9 A\ CESTENSIaL CELEBRATION* Of th? ?Id Pamers' Society of Pen dletou. Col. J. ('. f trlbllDK of tuo Pendle toa Farmers' society was in Anderson Monday and talked enthu*i?st?ca?ry of thu plans for the centennial of the Old society next year. It is hoped to liave present st that tlnip the presi dent or the unites mates, the secre tary of agriculture and other great mon. "All good clt&euii of any occupa tion aro cordially invited to meet with the old Farmers* Bocl?ty at Pendle ton on Thursday, February 12. at 10 a. m., for the purbose Of electing ofll uers of the society for Uie year, sad, also to perfect hi: organisation to nocet the centennial c?l?bration1 of, the society, which will take place In 1915." said Col. Strlbltng. "Tb% older, active members ?f, the society Who reside in' the immediate vicinity, of Pendlclon do uot claim nil the honors dde (his grand old Institu tion, which was founded und li?d its catly Ufa managed by the .c^Ueds of old Pendletcn district, which theft' covered every nook and corner of the. now three Counties of Anderson. Oconec and Pkkcns, and each and] every farmer and other citizens hi these three counties arc how r-riv ilerrrd to come in on Thursday, Fcbr rusry 1,2. and lake a hand In the Itrst centennial. "Wf desire nil to come In at the. first rreetliiK and see- to \* that \v? start.out right fry putting competent cilicera and c?inmitteemen to UiCnago all fcSe afiulra and each manager a live wire which will transmit the slogan. 'Successful Centennial,' oil atout the line." ' - . -. i * i Look!** for Rim * His Wife?A met our maid Anna just now on the strct and she pre tended not to see me. Her Hubband?You ought to point out to Anns the impropriety of such conduct. His Wife?But, how can T. You see she had another girl with her. and it was quite envident she didn't want her friend toknow that she was,, work ing for a woman that wore a two-dol lar-and-a-half hat" Mrs. C. A. Koou was called to ] Piedmont Sunday on account of the serious illness of her brother Bestes Slang , "Good joke, eh? Art you hektT" "Yes," said the Boston min. "I'm-j contigteus." Or Hesrs from Her _ "Kc says ihit ~^z~ ?s ;r.atc&_ his mind to do a thing he goes and 1 does it." j "He means that when his wll?t] makes up his nil.id to da a thing he] goes ahd does It." SOUTHERN RAILWAY. Premier Carrier el fee Soot*. IN CONNECTION WITH BUK R1D?L RAILWAY. Scheda! Efiectlre Jan. 18? 1914 Igj?rV B. the following schedule figure? are published only as information and -re net guaranteed. Arrivai and departure of trains from Anderson, S. C. No. Arriving From Time 20 Greenville and Balten. . 8:30 a. m. 22 Greenville and Belton. .11:50 a. m. 15 Charleston, Columbia and Bel ton, through sleeper to Belton... ... ..11:60a.m. 12 Atlanta, Walhalla and frineca. .8:31 a. m. 2J5 Greenville and Selten-.. 1:25 p. m. 10 Atlanta, Walhalla, and Seneca . * ?, ...,4:52 p. in. Seneca.,S:M p. avi 1? Charleston, Columbia and Belton. Through coach flSpm Columbia to Wal halla ... ... . ..8:08 p. to. Leavtag Pot 20 Belton, Greenville .. ..9:40 a. m. 22 Belton and Greenville. .9;20 e. m. 24 Belton and Greenville 2:2(5 p. m. 10 Be*t?n Charfestct;. Greenvtl!? ntt* C^wn?s!* * :5? *Aih. 12 BeRofti Columbia, C^r 4esteh ittd Oreetiville ..8:S1 a. tt. 9 Seneca, Walhalla sad At " laate. ..il:5C ^ at 11 Seneca, Walhalla through oaach fron, CoioonMar.r.oJ tf'?V 20, 24 21, toad* at and at and ??o. apply to W. R. Taber ? 9. A, ? \V( fc. McGee, A. i. s" ILt Coluroblw, K -_':Q^jL. J GREATLY REDUCED ROITNB TRIP FARES PROM ANB?K80N, 8. C socl&Uon. Tickets on sale Feb. 21, St, 23; wHh return iunlt March 4th. 2*14. Orkans, lavtl?tt ?la, Pla^ flMO AIa**lk4* A?cout Mard Gras celebration:; i tickets m ?ai* Fe*. I7?fc tj s?rn, winf return limit march sth, ?0?4. J Washington, D. C* ?1A25 Account Fiftieth Anniversary, Feb. 18th and nth. vita retu.n limit ; Pee. 28th. 1914. For further information call city j ticket asebt a# wri?*. j C. S. ALLKN, j General Pass, Agent, j If nre^nvlle, A f% > ...TH? POINT IS JUST THIS,.. ? Want An AUTOMOBILE But Cannot \M%AtFArd Tn Rny One**** iii ?SJ O-MIN ATI0INI COUPON To en|ejfat?e1?conte8t till out this, coupon and ?end to the Anderson Daily IntelRgenc?r Contost Department. Each contestant li entitled to one Nomination, good for 1,000 VOTES-1,000 In The Anderson Dally Intelligencer Popularity Contest I hereby nominate Mrs. or Miss. Street No. .District No Postofflce .State ... Signed .. Address . Profession 4* Data. _ Only one nomination will be credited to each contestant, Under no circum stances will the name of nominator be divulged. VOID AFTER FEBRUARY 5,1914 Fill out the above Coupon, mai! it to The Intelligencer Office and find out how you can easily get an A?TOMOBILE FREE. ! i 10 ? , . - , GOOD FOR TEN VOTES IN THE ANDERSON DAILY INTELLI GENCER POPULARITY CONTEST. Candidates Name . Yon may send In as many of these tree ballots sb you can get, each one will court ten votes. * This free ballot must reach the contest ofnee not later than Feb. 7-14, VOID AFTER FE? 7, 1811. ************** * EUREKA NEWS * * * ************ i Miss Garlington has organised a rural school Improvement association litre. The fint meeting, Friday after )ioon. aha ver* well attended and un ?0?ci? intO?c?i? ili?iDI?CS, CS. It is hoped that every patron of the school will be present at the next meeting Feb. 27, at 3:30. Our school is quite full in attend ance and we fed! s?re the pupils arc doing goon work, 'me teacher seems untiring in her duties. The Royal Ambassadors have taken it on themselves to clean up around the'school grounds and church yard. They deserve words of commendation from the older folks. - The Mission Study class will pions? get books and be prepared to ata't this work, "In Royal Serrfco," by Misa Meek. Mrs. Po))y Drake went to Andorson j l&turday after a pleasant stay of a , few weeks vrlW lier sister, Mrs. M. M.j Campbel 1. ^Mt^.y^ay-Willlngham end '-etyir dreh have returned to Helton after a WeeVa visit at her father's. Mr. P. B. Peart Seackwrtand of Starr: who has been spending a whim -with her : slater, Mrs. L. A. Cochrau, re turns today to irer ltqmr. There will be preaching nt this, place Sunday morning at 11 o'clock.) Sunday school at 10. So please note the hoars and be on time. Dr. O. O. Fletcher, the paster, is prompt, and to cheer his heart and help him let's aal bo est time. -, . Mrs. Jas. W. Martin has not been yrell m ?&tm taint iieae she win be out Boon. " V " x J*\ * . e ? a * * .'..lit * * .'* * ff * * * * * * * * * H. * f*f?e?'jS.iO the ?ntelftgchcrr. . WilHsmston,a?n. 31,?Obo month ! of th? new year is gOne Mnd fermer? \ [ alt /Mrift? itl4ovmn> ?..-ctjA*.. *"t [ hxbre^arm work dene thin they rnd I by - the middle of March last -year. Some claim that the warm, spring like weather that has lasted through out the larger part of the mouth Is a sore sign of a late spring. Guess they know as much about it as sny one. We certainly think that the Port-j per bill should be made a taw South Carolina. Any white man cr women, who puts tm._ r4own4^--^nVfK to town fn a wr'dool la hot as good as the negro. Mrs. Tom Webb and a!*tcr,;JM?nv Welborn of Hopcwell, were visiting. relatives here 1**1 Wednesday. , .1 The latest in tho way of. stealing ?h*t ten hmvn knM( nf wi? Din Steal ing of a window out of the Watklns house- a few night.? ago. Miss Bessie Williams i? suffering -with s devers r.s?s of th? grip. Dr. ii?m mii lull I T, niiiuk-T, WTO m Ul" tending the Anderson college, was v<?tong home folk* hero Sunday Before planting time this year farmers should think w;,?il and devot* 20,000 EXTRA V?T ESH?I# ANY CANDIDATE - i&jN&IU*?r. Plenty of Time ft?# for Any Constant to Enter and Make a Winnnig Race - You Will Be WeR Paid for Vour time. Throe <Iay8 remain in which contos Untsnfmrttke advantage d?the in scription ballot offor in The Am son Intelligencer $2.000.00 voting test This offer positively .oj Thursday at nine p. m., und wi bo repeated. Kvcry person who had. been nated and ?boi ras hopes o! "jwmner sBouid securn a y cany sub ecrlptloa. ballot blank ,that will be found elsewhere in this pa#$r. The advantage the 20.000 BXTltA votes win give, ? worth the few tnl?iit?* time It will take to secure the sub Bcripttev. I f you are among the large nuTnoer who; have been nominated and who have a few hundred daily your credit, you should make'ttp pire to be prixe. winners should not permit themselves to be Handicapped by missing this week's offer. If you will turn in your first subscription be fore Thursday the extra votes you wilt receive will place you among the leaders. If you Waft are** Th?**?yv you will have tq do extra work to Overtake the more enterprising ones. It m tfunc?iii io imagine now airy nomm?e -who'cae coflidder Uw Uber* ality of TJke I?t^llgGacer offer.'- the msznlllceucejj^ljl^mjlst and not enter cntHuatasticeily nrt? tho con Not before in the hiStor^^CTyj^ Una's journalism has an offer in 1 to this one been made to hie ot *be Stab? considering: r of the offer, it Is eur whether you are goln? to rnto'r j hHaliaa tie few who have determined to brotlt under its liberal terms. Send your yearly subscription today and take advantage of the 20,000 EXTTiA ?Uvely and this' decision should be made this week while the spe&'al of-, fer ht on real work wlil not ocgiri until after Thursday. Those who JfrO votes. at U a great deal g? be Sbrtffol frj?? m our opLnu?fe V i ttth'faetlor. fa more of thejr land ih id other feed stuff ! The record mads imerc.ial advanc^tofcnt la Sfcwf?t nt Ina a??n?0 thi? lonnl poiitlcB, sugge?: brfl liant record could be i???Se ?jthts J K|iv6 yQm could be irep*resaed fc".r**va*ja. DPrt__ vnder ir or two. Rev. Mr. Atkinson :'CT'JtijHfl^H| acbed two very interesting ser is at this place lsst Saturday aadi Sunday. ' Mr. B- R. Timms, who l? very sick ' pneumonia, Is some better ' at it. If. M. Smith hss rocently pur chased three very tjne young mutes with which to cultlvafe his farm near Princeton. Mr. Smith is one of our pert lug Friday and 1. ScVad^eft COTTON BECKIPTS. ToW ?fsniber df Sales Aasosnctj Total f?ee?pto of cotton at the Standard Warehouse oI_Aaders->o, as announced yesterday, are t?,88l bales. Up to this time last season tk* num beards at tho same placo. Mr. J- tt/vU*r?- <??i**h*r am fit our* progressive lartuers, is ready i to begin putting Id fertiliser, he having practically all his fertiliser heeled. Several of our feople ettcYwJed, "Ae sinking at McESmoylc last Sunday af ?rfseon. I The step taken by the Andorsoa Toiaty Live 8tock sssc^ttoa>. aj step la the right direction. Ffouui Carolina can raise mules and horse-sl ord. but the crop in the mush heavier this current season specs ItossefttJe Amenities Hub?Mary, my loye. this dumpling isn't halt done. Wire?Well, then my dear, finish 1 Hue Old jllli.-who w?a At Out said alt rae are liars? J51I?Mr-r rnnHhwrSt, I guess.