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:: NOTICES ::
FOB SALE OB KXCIIAlV(JK~KiBhty
nlne acre farm, in 1 1-2 miles |
Lumpkin, Oa., county scat. Will
trade for $2,000.00 stock in Ander
eon National Bank. Worth investi
gating. P. O. Box No. 07. Town
ville, S. C. l-'J?tf D
... FOB SALE
/Op.*. Are room house, one hall acre 1
lot, in town ot Townvllle, house
pai nt eg and In good condtitlon. This |
will he sold at public auction, Ander
son, 8. C, first Monday In Feby., 1914
Fof Jnformation apply to W. C. King.]
?Sn?llle, 8. C. 1
' vo? h alu
Egf*? Eggs, Eggr~8. C!. Brown leg
horn $1.00 and $2.00 per 15. B. C.I
White Leghorns $1.00 for 1G. Barred
Plymouth Hocks $1.00 for 15.
W. e. RAHCM,
Ml. 8. Main Street or Hotel Chlquo
la Barber Shop. -?-7-S.O.D-lm I
XV9* RAtiX.?(several minurru cans
'of tomatoes, our own canning. Will
deliver in lota of one half dozen
or more at.$1.20 pnr dosen No. 3
cens, $1.00 per dozen. No. 2 cann.
Also a few dozen cans of ok-a andl
tomatoes No. 3 at $1.25 AH first |
David K. Burress, It. F. I>. 8,
Box 10. City. Phono zt?i,'.
SB?Tho public to know that
jjll stand my registered Devon
at Bob ?rice's Stablos, Tow
g-t**t WhvlUeTsT C.
Faits ot all Varllles. Fuy highest I
. JNO. A, McGiLL,
Vhm tinnt ('ash flroce?
.^TOR SAIK?House and lot whero 1
cow live and vacant lot adjoining on
House has eight rooms and
butler's pantry, bath room,
Uohta m,nA asnrc??^ Pries
rfght^ terms right l". e. Norryce,
FOB SALE?Farm, 105 Bcres, beantl
fuvly located, ns?? city, good uWfi??
g, four tenant houses, two barns,
gin house, land level and easy'dl
cultivation, at a price that*** Mi
hargalu. Come to see us quick oi
^jirrite. Burriss Realty Company.
X ?tili bave a lot ot good land w
twist*, to suit you. Prices varying
from ten dollars to thirty-Are per
htm . All well located. Write to me i
at JSeCormlck. S, C.
Joe F. Edmunds.
WANTK?) TO BUY?Will buy anyl
' \:^jtS|u?.' fp* - c^t'.?r.. basa ~~'~f-~~,
? have customers for and contracts |
to furnlBh. I buy hides and tallow.
Ill W. Wh?ner 8t.~ Pbono~eii?r 695 ]
B? D. HENDERSON
At liliy White Market.
.J8?n wholesale and abattoir man.
' iptlil'" 1 1 1 ' ' ? ' I ? *
NOTICE OF ELECTION
.There w?! be an election at Ham
mond School Houao for tho Hammond
School-.District No. a. Sat"ro?y, Fcb
tnary 21 at, I?14.,on tho Question oi
levying a special tax of atx mills on
all,e| U.8 taxable property ol said
District, to be used for f??nnml tudinnl
purposes. Polla open at 7 b. hi., and
close at 4 p. m. AH voters must eg
hJWt registration ticket, and tax re
ceipt. By oxder of the Npouoty Board
Krr-i?, y ..
having claims against
J.. Frank (lambrcll, do
re by notified to present
' proven to the" under
"the time prescribed bjr
; indcbt'.'d to make aet
Office, over Walter I
?? WOW FOB TBS 1
day old chicks.
ln.A,ug*ataT AUeats, etc.
MSan'^un-ier D^-ks i?f?aaers',
or also wwiiii ?
g Caprocod so can car- j
Plans for New Theater
Will Be Delivered In
BE READY FOR
Mr. Charles K. Bryant, of Rich
mond is Coming Here in a
Few Days To Start
C lam; for Am?.ri ?oii'h now Opera
House will be delivered hero In the
next ten day?, according to Informa
tion received at thn ofPcca of the
Chamber of Commette yesterday
tram Ciiu*. B>. brynnt. or Itichmond,|
Va., general architect, and represen
tative of the trust company in Rich
mond which Is to finance the under
Mr. Drynnt and' a repereHcntatlve I
of the truBt company will also arrive
here in the next few days to close
all deals in the matter, so time the]
local directors of the Anderson Thea''
er Co.. may bo able to lei the contr?ct
for tho construction of tho building
by April tbt. w or It to uogin oo May
list and the building to be completed
land delivered 10 tpo uwboru on or
[ ha fore September 15th, when the hcu
son srlll open here.
Ah toon h h the plans are received]
and final ndpers with the trust com-|
pany . signed \ .p, tlio directors will
moot and close a lease contract with
a representative of one of the various
concerns who. aro bidding for tho]
for the buldtng, includlug represent a
Itttjse rrotu AehcYille, Charlotte. 4?cH
mVnville, WaycrosB; Abbeville, JShrevo
port, Atlantic C|ty and elsewhere.
As soon nu the > Inase Is closed, a
representative will-he sent to Now
York to close for attractions for the
coming thatrlcai acason, including
the opening nlgl.i play, the proceeds
of which will go. to tho local com
Eiggeit farmer S?4th
In Mr.'John <V Prultt ct Starr tho
[county of Anderson and the State or
3onth Carolina has the largest cotton
producer. His crop this year amount
ed to 2,010 bales, and it is doubtful
It tuer? was any farmer in South
Carolina that..raised .within sovcral
hundred baletf JWStbat amount. Mr.
Prultt Is not &Ay* tho largest produc
er in the StVite, but he Is one of tbo
largest ?an-.? b*'hftr?. There are some
few farmyrs down in-the low coun
ts "he may exceed W*? in the num
ber of acres owned* but thoy would
! not exceed the number of acres In
cultivation,, and the farm lands down
below Columbia cannot comparo with
those belonging to Mr. Prultt.
It is quite likely that Mr. Prultt
himself does not! know how many acres
of land bo planted In cotton last
m :ir. Furthermore It la likely that
he does not know how many acros
of land ho really owns. It is a safe
bet, however, that he knowa or every,
sere that holing* to htm, but it may
be possible that Im has never to
talled up the uumber o? acros in all
of als various- farina,
Mr. Prultt I? ono or tho most enor
getle fanners in the Staio. Ho can be
seen , going about hls_ various fauna
riding on bonsebock from early doy
ilgbt until night. Ho keeps In close
touch with over,tiling and ovorybody
his great suecoaa,
Tust thtnVor 2.010 bale* of cotton
raised by one man! Why that is at
moht as much a* some counties in
the State raise- The Dally Mall.
twenty-Eight "l?trea McCulley
Property Purchased by Ander
son Devclonni??t Company
John w . Linfcj or the. Anderson
vesopment ''outseny. yentorday pur
chased tho R. S. McCulJ* property *n
M>nHinting of 28
io teo oonfltaera
;:lov?<d . the v North
?nt Company lior
few In North An
mg of all the
fright ihtos to the
day purchased the home ?lace of Mr.
D. P. - Mcli/ayor. two milcK wsiF^Sf
Angdseuu. t The TneOqfly property
waa much needed by the Nor: ' '
son promoters tn order to gl?
meiry to their entire propoeHIc;: +.\
lt?ey were pleased to get it
T?em Afv ??yvrai new homos be
ing bt^lt In North Anderson.
Washington^ **eb. i?.?a koo.mo
canoelgn against hog cholera and a
horse disease ceiled, dourino, is to he
financed by a bill passed by tri Ilcim
today and whteh already baa passed
3. C, Hurus. the progressive Green-!
wod lucrcliunt, was In the city yes
terday, lie has stores in Anderson
and Laurent: and all are doing well.
W. h. Mouchct of the Corner section
pent yesterday in the city on busl
Miss Frances Kd wards of OrauRO
bttrg and Mrs. Madge Taylor of Phila
delphia have returned to their homes,
following a vJsit to Mrs. W. W. Rus
.1. J. Smith of ueb?n?n was in the
city yesterday for a few hours.
('. ('. Foster of Ml Alrcy waa among
the business visitor* to the city yes
Mr. and Mrs. .Joe Cunningham and
daughter of Greenville were In the
city Sunday, thu guests of relatives.
Thus. K. Adams of Townville was
in the city yecterday for a few hours.
I). J. Bolt of Mi-I.cc:; was in the
city yesterday on business.
J. H. Register of Athens, Ga., was
among tiie business visitor:; to tlicj
Jameu T. Llpford of SpartanhurK
spent yesterday in the city, a guest
at the Chiquola.
A party of Ne wherry people, con
stating of B. F. Ardon, p. K. Ar?eri'j
JJJ..J rp. 0# ^1. ...j...- un,.n? I ! ; > ;. .1., y i,,
Anderson, guests at the Chiquola lu>-:
H. Ii. Barr of Greeuvillo was
among the visitors to the city Sun
J. 10. Tinsley or Hodges was in the
city Sunday for a fow hours.
Miss Halford and Miss Miller of
Iva spent Sunday Sr. Anderson with
R. A. Hammond of Williamslon
was among he gucBta ut tho Chiquola
Joseph H. Bishop, of Athens, Ga.,
was In the city Sunday for a few
i A. h- Kuight of Helton was among
tho visitors to spend Sunday In An
L$J|m?s A-?Bhniob of Belton spent-a
if?w hours In tho city Sunday.
William' Orndoff, a well
GreehvlHo merchant, spent
Miss Dora Gelaberg has returned,
from tho northern markets where she
purchased an extensive line of
Mrs. B. F. Kimborough is spending
a abort time in Augusta; Ga., with
friends and relatives.
W. R Steele chief dispatcher of
Urn Blue Ridge railway, will sp.pd
tho latter part of tho week In Colum
bia, on business.
Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Young of the
Flat Rock section wero shopping In
Webstor Boleman, formerly of this
city, but now of Chester, spent Sun
day In the.city with his father. G. N.
I ?Se ?fnnjuftg
Vata tm mal? )? ?
mm high fcy uuog OB wpter
.?< . MMnimtiv SB <M. *?*? e? U*A ?4
Sas fba cuMiKTi rasa* rovMav aoec
have.tried to imitate,
and substitution, has
once GOWANS always
H /rivas ca tth.it to rreoM
ttenil tiow'ru* <rVqmAMft># for
infymnmiioii. wpecirtNjr of the
thmat hthI Wtt hmv? sohl
fJowtusH Preparation far mnnv
All DnUtm. SI. ?O*, 83?.
eowanMCMCAi.ec.. <" . ,>
ajStMHS. w4 MM) itfofwf h, fmM SNSSW
S YOU KNOW
C. Bclemau. Mr. Bolcmau Is now
connected with the Texas Oil Co., a*
manager in Chester and 1? doing
Miss Heile Taylor, of DeVoe, Oa., is
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. L. D.
Young of the Flat Hock section;
I). J. Hayes of Varrcnes, wjas
among the business visitors to the
L. U. Hayes of the llopewell section|
was in the city for u few hours.
J. O. and Bryeon Adams of the Mai
tiu section were vtsitorK to the city|
H. Moody, of Pelzer spent a fow
hours in the city yesterday on busi-j
l'aul V. O'Neal of .vndloton town
nlilp was a visitor in Anderson yester
J. K. Martin of Charleston wna reg-1
st5?*?d ill t!;c CumjUoI? SiOiwi ycaier-|
W. E. Mason of Greenviliu waal
among the business vlsltory to tho|
Henry A. Jones of Greenville waul
iu the city yesterday for a fow hours.
: C. E. Ward, Jr.. of Charlotte spent]
yesterday in Anderson on business.
? 0. T. Welhorn of Greenville spoUt
Voalwrutty in ii?o ?:ity. u gui-sl at ihc
- J. c. cooper or oxrord, n. c, -ml
spending a row days in Anderson on |
George Meredith or Oak way wasl
among the business visitors to thc|
Lewis Fant of Helton spent the
weok-OD diil tho city, the guest of his
mother, Mrs. Theo. Kant.
J. ?M. Broylea or tho Fork section |
was u business visitor to the city yes
Jacob v/k'k'.'f or tho Fork section!
urn g nnir.nir Hin ? nilnrunn r.luntnru tnl
spend yestc!*!***' in ti?o c?ty.
A. C.'1'Bobbins or I^bnnon spent a
fow hours in the city yedterday on|
busfcfceafc. '? Mm>u '':i'-''
liValn,'(^fltojiiiip .7. >Ki:f :
Mrs. Wllsorc oi KlboBtoOi Ou? 4s thel
'guest of, her^eipWieB^rHo.Tolly OB
Mr. and %B-^TfeW iwat?pn wlm
hnyp tfgen, kesnlbxeonae on tee buffi e
street are''ijpw "with''"Mrs. ''Watson's
c^her, ,Mra. Pr?vost on1'1 Colhoun
" Hindi; fi'! ??- ..If imSti-.. I
Mr. and Mrs. James P .Gossett and!
}.Mrs. li?iitvCrigi?r 't-?me over Sup
day to see the - new '.coy at the home
[of Mr. and Mrs; B. B. Gossett.
Prof. C. M. Faithful!, who was]
quits Hi last ?wC^, ?s out on *L?j
Mr. Dave Tlce. superintendent of
the Chiquai?. Mllip st Honea Path ws*
in the CI17 yesterday, Mr. Tice auf
tlced from a stroke of apoplexy last
summer and Is slowly but gradually
getting better. He was one qf the
great baseball pitchers' of the south,
with Jos. D.i Hamm?tt as catcher.. Wh?.
Tice's fric&ds are glad to know that
lite is imnrovlm;.
Miss Hal He W?nstor of Weather- i
ford, Texas, is vbdtipg Mrs. 1C:!? P |
Hmilk on Marshall avenue.
. Col. John Bailey ?dgor Mullally?of|
Pendlelon was in the city -yesterday.
Mr. Mullally. who I? one or tho most
noted speakers aiid writer In the
onnntry. ?>or>n fen Ium? hrfilth. hfcl
his many friends wHl be pleased to
know' that he Is much botter. A
present ho is at Central, teaching I
"EVERYBODY GETS I
For two Greeks we are
sending you this paper!
free to prove to you the)
merits of The Daily In
telligencer. If you like!
it, let us know howl
ropalar Yoang ??s l^saea. Aw*w
Yesterday Aftav teng lllaess
Boy bfartln, tho third eon of E.
Cliff Martin, died at biH father's
home in the Broadway, section of the
county yesterday after a long illness.
The young man was only It years of
age aqd In the community in which j
be Hved lie enjoyed the highest re
spect ohd esteem of alt. Heath wan!
due to tuberculosis of the bone. i
The funeraJ services will take place j
today at Neal's Crab church.
( RBS8KD THE SIKftRAS.
Loa Angeles, Feb.- lev-Silas Chris
tofferson or Baa Francisco. today
arrived here in a biphujo froai Bakers
field. Cola., having 'IbYirnvdver thoj
Tehacltept and coast range mountains!
which had resistor all previous at
tssofpts of avIetr-Ta. la crossing thai
Kicrraa, ChristaScrscr. zt ??cs *-f?t!
up 7,000 feet, nearly ?,000 feet above
the highest pea?**." I? ?wi ?uo 170
miles in three boars ant* forty-five
Yesterday Filed Protest Over
Clairns of Aikc?, Augusta and
Columbia for Auto Route .
Anderson wants the Cayitpl to Cap
ital automobile highway and proposes
to have it, ti^s claims of Columbia.
Aikcp and Augusta notwithstanding.
The Andcraou Chamber of Com
merce yoHturday too? tills matter up
with the American Highway Commis-1
sion and asked officials of th.it asso
l?t iou to designate Spnrtan'burg,
(!icrn\ in,, and Anderson as k'.ic official
route to he followed.
Secretary Whaloy said last night
hat Columbia. Alkeii and Augusta bad
lined up to take the highway, pass
ing up the three Piedmont towns and
that Spartanburg, Greenville and An
derson would join hands in the fightj
to brins the route this way.
Tiio protest forwarded, out yestcr-i
day was sent to the officials of the j
highway ccniaiisalon and Col. K. J.
Watson, commissioner or agriculture
and a lnttor ?>zo addr^ssod tp
the other f.-w^ib nient ioned asking
that they at once lend their aid in the
It is pointed out that the route as
mentioned, coining by way Of Ander
son, is approximated}' l.'.n miles near>
or in the course from Washington
to Atlanta and also possesses several
ot'.ier material advantages.
QUIT MEAT IF YOUR
?IIIS ACT BADLY]
. . ?- .
Take fableepoonful of Salin if,Back]
Ii un s or. Kind der bothers?if rink
lots of water*
We are a nation of meat caters and
lour blood is flllc* with uirc acld.uays
a Wc??-k?iuwu authority, who wrans
I us, to be constantly on guard against
Tlie kidneys do their utmost to!
free the blood of this irritating acid,]
but becomes weak from the over
work; they get sluggish; the eliml-|
native tissues clog- and thus the waste
io ? I ??j ... *U~ 1.1.
. .1 ...-1
. When your kidneys ache' and ' feel
Ijke lumps of lead, and you have
stringing) pains- in the baek or tins
I urine Is cloudy, full of aodimcut, or
the bladder is irritable, obliging you
to seek rt-llcf during.the night; when
you have severe headaches, nervous
ami dlwsy. sneUs, elcfplessncsa, add
' *'?'m|' or rnfumaMsm, in l<a4>weatan
! or. get7'rroni ySur ?ha?^clst.1
fo?r . ounces; of Jad ' Salts; take a
)tablesoonfnr in a glass of water, be
fore breakfast each morning and in
a few; days your kidney a ' Will act
one.' This famous salts""IS roar
from the acid of grapes aoS 1er ?m
juice, combined with lKhja and has
been used for generations to Mush
and stimulate clogged kidneys, to
neutralize the acids in urine so it'is
no longer ar source of irritation, thus
cudiHe urinary and bladder rlson*?? ?.
Jad Salts iv inexpensive and con
not injure;'mrkes a delightful offer
ipscent llthfa-water drlhk. and no
body can make a mistake by taking
la little occasionally- to keep clean
and active. .. Adv.,
I i ( j : -i??? f.'i
Ufa Desk Warn Draood in Crepe
No Other Manifestationa
?pect to the memory oi/ScjiaVor o. o.
Bacon of Georgia, whose, funeral will
be held in the Senate chajmber .tomor
taw *'ternoo?, the Senate-to^ty -
Joiirned after being in session only a
few minutes-?just long enough to
adopt the resolution necossary to ap
prove u>c arrangements for th<s fane
The desk of the dead senator was
draped In morning, but thore were
no flowers boeause of a, irulo against
flowers in the Senate chamber. Tim
same rule will prevent flowerv at the
funeral SorvlcoO tomorrow. except
that one piece?the Senate offering?
will ho allowed to lie oh the coffin.
Tho funo?al services will be aim*
piei there'will bo no eulogies, mil
music and n? dowers. Tho Sunato
will traiisu't no Imwlimss, adjourning]
iimmediately after the ccremotiies.
The liody Tof Senator Bacon will? by
brought to the capital at 0 o'clock to
morrow and lip In tho oi<?:-bi<? room
untlt 1V-30, when it will bo rmnpveri
to tlio Senate chamber. During this
thne It ?Kay bo vlowed by perabi^jj?^
Ing Senate'floor privileges, bat-i die]
tywui win \rr. aSBJBBSSBSJHB'BJBSBBSSBJ
Tim Senate will con veno at I2:lf?l
o'clock and the funeral aorvices will
be begun at 1 o'clock. Thoy will be
?impie, contesting only of a prayer by
the Seaate chaplain, the readmg of
tho Kpiscopal burial service by Bishop
Alfred Harding and the hohedt&bn.
The fHnoral trata will leave Wash
tngton at'4:85 in the afternoon, hr
rltlng at Atlanta at 11:40 Wednesday
The following senators wore naw
to accompany the body of Senator" I
eon to Georgia and attend tho fui
Smith of Georgia, Ttlho?n. Chili
Overman, Fietcner, Ifamerene, The
as, O'Gorman, Vardaman, Galling
Root, N'elsoe. Braadegeo and 'Pigi
Tho Trtrnmera' and Cottars* Uflb
of Baltimore, kid., have secured -
S-hour day. Tbey recently -celeb'i
ed In honor of the event, because
grant was gained without a s?rlki\
They ?re as fpllorayr ^ yyp l'A
Mr, B. B. flosiett'? sMheWad
gf Anderson Avpcue. r t [
Mr. Eeasicr Stoffe Ol bj
'Farne**?, and John'ilnloj^?^. ?v-,J
on ?The HnBy." 7
Yen are always welcowe In
S?rth Anderson--We like ran
to sec what Is going on.
nUR College View lots
w tinue to sell Better pick
one out now before the choicest
B. R. HORTOK, Pres. L. S. H?ST?N, V-Pres.
W, If. MARSHALL, Sec.
We have for sale 26 beautiful lots on iribb*
Street TERMS ABB BA^Y ON THESE LOTS.
LOOK AT THEM.
F. Furm&ii Evans Company
-?-r-r vjsc. , ?-,-J^JU?!
GiaMe* That Improve Sight And Look*. '
** 'J^***?e.?4ay will really ?sie to your aUraUTeuPs* W? ?.k
a careful eXjue^aaHoa at -year eras free ?f *wJ**?2P? ?Lr^J?^?*
^IIK ST0?1K THAT H?T *LKAi>' IK LEABEMi'\
j-un-lflggj"1" Ml I JIIUllUIlLLiJ??!' ilii j !, "i^,^ L_a' '
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