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Solved in a Sensible Way Gentlemen's Combination Sets consisting of Suspenders and Arm Bands in Holiday boxes at..-50c Gentlemen's Combination Sets, consisting of Suspenders and tm Garters in pretty Holiday boxes at.50c Big line of Ladies' and Men's Handkerchiefs at.Sc, 10c, 15c and 25c Linen Towels at.25c Ladies' Leather Hand Bags at.25c, 50c and $1.00 Ladies Silk Hose, all colors at.25c Baby Caps at....25c and 50c Baby Sacks at.25c and 50c Nice, warm Cotton Blankets at.98c and $1.25 All Wool Blankets, very warm and comfy at $2.98 and $3.98 Silk Petticoats, in all colors at.$1-50, $2.00 and $3.00 Ladies' Long Black Coats, very warm, serviceable, and sty lish at.....$2 98 and $3.48 Children's Dresses, made of Gingham, percales, and gala teas at.*.48c and 98c Ladies' Parasols, very pretty and serviceable at . .75c and 98c Don't fail to visit our Christmas Booth, its running over with pretty and serviceable Christmas presents for Every Member of the Family. The Lesser Co. Want Advertising Rates Twenty-five words or less, One Time 85 cents, Three Times 60 cents. 81* Times ll 00. All advertisement over twenty-five words prorata for each additional word. lutes on 1,000 words to he used in a month made on appll Uon. Md advertisement taken for lesa than 25 cents, cash tn- C-vance. If your name appears tn the telephone directory you can telephone your want ad to 321 and a bill will be mailed after its Insertion for prompt payment FOR SALE FOR SALE OB EXCHANGE-600 FOR RENT-My houso on West aero farm In good section of Gcor- ? Franklin street. Seo J. J. Trow gta. Within walking istance ot good > bridge or Chas. W. Webb, town and good school. In a section 12-20-3tp. of particularly good roads. See ---- ""WANTS Oysters For Holidays _ ' . Make delicious, nutritious, economical MK; ri ABD will be paid to finder of feasts. Write headquarters Oyster large bunch of keya with tag No. Growers & Dealers Association, Baltt Of. Lost Deo. 16th, either in Iva more, Md., for free cookbook of 100 or Starr, or between Starr and recipes.-12-20-ltp. John C. Prultta residence. Finder --? will call or write W. H. Robbins. D_. ai Box 3?1, Anderson, S. C.-ltp. * romuiuon /*QVOCaies W?KV**-To. ta read W twa SI *. Majority weena' bargain sale on page five -_ of this Issue. Southern Public OUI- WASHINGTON. Dec. 19.-Reprosen lUea ?o. dtf tatlve HobBon declared today that a FOR RENT PANTED-30 extra sales ladies till Christmas. Apply at office Q. 8. Minor 8. 10 and 25c Store, 220 8. ttaln street-lt. WANTED i XQQS-Smith's Laying Hfteh properly used will make your hens lay eggs-that ls If they can -vlf they cant you had better eco nomizo by cooking the hen. For man;,Smith, Seedsman, Phone 464. a are ?ow prepared, to da grinding of all kinds of faed stalks, corn stalks, stra-sr, grain, ?to. Price 2Oe Strictly cash. Anderson and Spring Bed Co. ' T/HEXPECTLY detained down I far luncheon, you cannot do fe than drop tn hore. A light loach or a substantial meal. Cuisine gad service O. K, and prices Just as attractive as our food. The Lunch I.-atty AUTO SPRINGS-We make Auto Baringa, alan extra piles on abort Pawl E. Stephena, -We carry tho largest complete assortment In keep 'em moving. Fresh oranges,: grape fruit, ap ples, bananas, wholesale and re tail. J. K- Blanca. Phono 323.-dtf. eooo 090000000000000 o o o Why dent your Clock run. o o Rijaaa can. .maka .lt ruu. ? $10 ra-o o ward if noi-^dtf. o . : * ' O O O, OO O OOOOOOOOOOOOO FOfC RBNT-Office nc-sUlrs lp new Watson-Vaodlver building and office front ot Job department down ra Splendid centre! location ?ly at The Intelligencer Office. CaSsaf baa KI oat Y LAO oil WASHINGTON. Dec. 19.-Represen tative Hobson declared today that a convass he had made of tho house showed that advocates of his propo sal for nation-wide prohibition com manded a majority, but that its adop tion was uncertain. The rule providing for a vote on tho resolution, ready: to be presented on December 22, requires a majority vote, while tho adoption of the resolu tion requires two-thirds vote PROFESSIONAL CARPS DH, FOREST D.' SUGGS Dentist Ofiees 113.11.-? Weekley Bldg. Associated With Dr. W. W. Calsolm Phone Mf-J Anderson, 8. C * SAYRE A BALDWIN * ARCHITECTS * Bleekley Bldg. Anderson, 8. C * CMseas National Baak Bldg. Raliegh, N.C. TANKS. OF MACHINERY "AIRS ROOFING WORKS .Csu' ' * ELECTRIC CIT * _ "t- Items of Interest and Per soi .". Wireless on the Hr. Ugood Was Op?-rated ('pon. Dr. Algood, u well known and pop ular prin t k ing physician of Andcrsoi County, became violently iii jester day and Jiad to he operated upon a his home near Central. Last report from the bedside of Dr. Algood wer to the effect that he had been re:-tlii| well. County Schools Have Holiday. Count) -school teachers reportine n thc oilice ot County Superintendent o Education J. B. Pelton yeferda: stated that sschoola in some section had closed their doors on Friday fo tho Christmas holidays, while other would eeo .io work next Wednesday All of thy county schools will resum? work cn Monday, January 4, 1915, Held Delightful ? Box Supper. One of the most delightful box sup pers and one that brought in a hand sorje sum of money for tho use of th? school Improvement association wai that held at Melton school last Frida: night. Thin school ls some 14 milei above Anderson. In Garvin township and Is one of the most progressive lt the county. County Teachers Receives Salurjr. Yesterday was a busy day wltl County Superintendent of Educatiot J. IJ. Felton, for during the forenoor ho signed tho claims for , Balary o some ?.0 or more school teachers. / hirtre number of teachers were pah off la-;t Saturday, in fact, a largei number than wore paid off yesterday .Huck Whonf Has Been Planted. According to the bulletin isnuec from the weather bureau at Colum Ma tho number of acres planted lr wheat in South Carolina this fall Is r> IR.000. compared with 82.000 acres last .year. Tho bulletin says "condi tion .0*5 per cent, of normal, rompar ed wtih 10 year averace of 92. Sim Uarly In tho United States 41.300.00( acres compared with 37.100.000 acres sown last year; condition 88.3 pei cent., compared with 90.3, the 10 yeal average." Building Vow Shows Fp Well. The high board fence which con tractors erected In front of tho nov store rooms o' T lgon and Lcdbottei while the gfroctnre was In process ol erection haa boen torn away, rev: >!? lng the beautiful lines and other > . reliant foaturea of ?thc bntlding. Th< fronts are among the prettiest of nnj eto^e rooms tn th? e|ty. while tho In terlors are far above those of the av eraire business house. The new stori rooms will bo ready for occupancj within the next few days. Newspaper Force Fnloyed Apples. The Dnlly Intelligencer force wer? tho recipients laBt night of a larg? bag of apvles from the People's Groo ery Co., and for several hours then was much munching and smacking o Ups over the delectable fruit. The BO plea were about the largest, round est. reddest' and most delightful li taste that have been seen in the cit? this "PORon. The profuse thanks o Tho Intelligencer force are extends tho People's Grocery Company foi this rare treat - i o Mr. MnrretUs Condition Is Now Very Honetni. Reports yesterday from the bedsldi of Mr. Julius Marrett, or Fair Play who was seriously stabbed Bevera days ago by a negro whom ho at tempted to arrest, were to tho effec that he Is dolpg nicely and that then waa no need for a second operation A report wan current on the atreeti yeaterday that Mr. Marrett had sue cumhed to t ho wound, but tho rumoi was without foundation in fact. Mr. E. P. Vandlrer Was Releected Treasurer. At a recent meeting of the exccuttvi board of the Saluda Baptist Associa tton Mr. E. P. Van diver waa reolectet treasurer. Notice Of thia, fact la glvoi in order that contributions may bi Bent to him . In tho future, aa in tin paat. Rev, Mr. Mann To Presen Today. It ia announced that the Rev. J. T Maim will preach at Cluck MU church thia morning at ll o'clock ant at Oakwood church at the uaual hout tonight. The general public la cor dillly Invited to attend services a bc>th churches. O - Sterling Lodge Fleets Officers. Sterling lodge Na 44. I. O. O. F. has elected officers for the ensulnt year aa follows: Grady Gason, nobb rand; T. H. Hall, vice grand; J. W Cheak, secretary; B. F. Coy. record lng secretary:' -lohn T. Frailer, troaa nrer; W. G. Williams, outside guar dian: R- W'. Lee, trustee for 18tl months. The installation of off!cert will be made Friday evening. Jan uary 1. Members ot tie order eu Joyed a delightful smoker last night Fanerai of a Good Old Negro, The funeral services of MAunt' Ruthie Guyton will be held tata af ter noon at 3 o'clock la the Royal Bap (dat church ot which she was a faith ful memtier. "Aunt" P.?nthte waa i highly roepected ooloreti woman an? was* known by many of the older res idente of the city. She was 88 yean of age ft 2ft 2f? Cf? ?fi rf\ 9ft if* ?Y* ?Y? ^i* *<v* ^ fY SPARKLETS * _ # nal Mention Caught Over the * Streets of Anderson * fr************* V I Hawthorne Case j WU.H Continued. Thc cab?: against Clifford Haw II?thorne, colored, charged with carry -ilng a pistol, waa not tried yesterday t j in the court of Magistrate w. C. s j Broad wei 1, as had been scheduled, el owing to the absence of material wit g| noeses. The defendant will be given a trial at some dato in the future. The negro is sahl to have threatened to shoot a white boy if the latter did not j Immediately pay for some milk which 1 luifi been purchased ?rr;;?? *!u negro's fi mother. Thc alleged incident occur y j red near tho Orr Mills last Thursday. r Home From >'ary s (In Brief Furlough. .. I Frank Burris, an old Anderson boy, who is serving an enlistment in the United States navy, ia at his home in this county on a 10 days leavo. He has been aboard Ve V. S. S. Dela ware. This la hiB first trip home in two years, and since that time he has -j been in European. Wost Indian and ? I Mexican waters. He was last sta ll ;tloned attora Cruz, and leit there ? ! when the American forces were wlth " I drawn. Extension Work Money Received. Eleven schools In Anderson Coun ty are going to share in the $1,082 which County Treasurer Tripp has re ceived from tho State board of educa , tion for school extension work. A i school that has a apecial tax of not f'lesH than two milla and the regular [ j funda run thc school less than five 1 j montlm receives State aid to the p j amount of their apecial tax, not to . j exceed $100 for any school district, j The 11 schools to share In thc fund aro aa follows: District No. Dist. Amt. Aid j j Hammond.3 $100 .?Anderson.17 100 [ Saluda .2? 100 Calhoun.29 100 ?I Cedar drove .. .. ..30 100 j Oak Grove.39 92 . Good Hope.43 100 Ebenezer.45 90 J j Bethel.55 100 Rocky River.fit) 100 Grow.65 i 100 Total .$1,082 -o Delegation Will Meet Very Soon. Senator J. L. Sherard stated yester day that he will call the county del egation together some time after the Christmas* holidays and before thc convening of the l^gjalature on Jan uary 12 for the purpoBe of dtscusalng tho budget for mi;, and,also to give tho peoplo of th?--county) Vh oppor tunity to af-pear before the represen tatives and acquaint thc members with needed legislation. -o Annual Meeting of Hose Hill Club. , The annual meeting of ROBO Hill Club will be held next Wednesday In the room of the Chamber of Com merce. A board of governors and of flcera to aervo for the ensuing year will be elected at that time. Matters of interest to members of the organi zation will be discussed. Club offi cers have announced that . a dancd will be held at tho club' house on Tuesday night, December 29. Mr. Chas. A. Gambrlll and Prof. B. M. Parks, have been elected to the board of governors to take the place of two members who resigned. LEGAL NOTICES Delinquent Road Tax Notice. Ali dlnlenquent road tax collectors are provided with an off leal . receipt book with numbea, add stub munbee attached. Pay no money; to coMectors unless you get the official rece.pt aa above provided or. J. MACK KINO, tf County Supervisor. STOCKHOLDERS MEETING The annual meeting of the stock holders of The Ban'v of Andoison will bc held at its ban kmc house^Tnesday, January 5th, 1915, nt ? twelve o'clock. B. F. MAULDIN, President. P. E. CLINKSCALES. Secretary. ASESSMENT NOTICE .a -- Auditors Office, Anderson South Caro - lina. This office will bo open to receive returns ot personal property for taxa tion for the flsscal year from the first day ot January, 1015. to the 20th of February following Inclusive. All personal property must be Itemized. Roal estate not returned Ulla year but all tranafers of real estate made alnce last returns should be noted upon the return blank when listing say on return to whom sold ijor from whom bought, ft I The township board ot assessors aro required by law to list'for all thone - j that fall to make their own returns within the time prescribed, hence the difficulty ot delinquents escaping the 50 per cent penalty, as well as the frequency of errors resulting from thia practice by all maana make your own return and thereby save expo?te and touble. Kx-Confcdorate , soldiers are exempt from poll tax, all other males ? i between the ?gea of xl and d0 years, I ] except those Incapable of earning a support from being main ed pr. other causes shall be deemed taxable pol!. All trustee? must get up polls <md dogs Have You Considered Ppractico?? 'Holidau i HirrtT^ J? as a Gift especially suited for HTM Suit.$10.00 to $25.00 Overcoat. $7.50 to $25.00 Bath Robe.$5.00 to $7.50 Hat.$1.50 to $5.00 Cap.50c to $1.50 Shirt._50c to $2.50 Tie. .50c to $1.00 Mose. . . ....25c to 50c Handkerchief.10c to 50c Suspenders . .25c to 50c Sweater.$2.50 to $4.00 House Slippers. . ...$1.00 to $1.50 and a hundred other splendid suggestions to be found at this store right now makes it easy to select gifts sure to please HIM in every way. Where the Christmas Spirit Abounds Parker & Bolt The One Price Clothiers and turn into board ot assesor on or before the 20th of February. For the convenience ot taxpayers wo will have deputies to take returns at the following places: Hollands Store on Friday, January 1st, 1916. Barnes on Saturday, Jan. 2nd, 1915. Iva on Tuesday, Jan. 5th, 1915. ' Iva Cotton Mill on Wednesday a. m., Jan. 6th, 1916. Starr on Wednesday, p. m., Jan. 6, 1915. 1-2 day. Cromers store, on Thursday, Jan. 7th, 1915. Townville on Friday, Jan. S 1915. Autumn on Saturday, Jan. 9,1915. Denver on. Monday, a. m., Jan. ll, 1015, 1-2 day. ? Sand/ Springs on Monday p. m., Jan. lltb, 1916, 1-2 a day. Pendleton City, Tuesday, Jan. 12, 1915. Pendleton Mill, Wednesday, p. m. Jan. 13th, 1-2 day. Bishop Branch on Thursday, Jan. 14th. 1915. Five Forks on Friday, Jan. 15, 1915. Piercetown on Monday, Jab. 28,1915 Airy Springs on Tuesday, Jan. 19, 1915. Slabtown on Wednesday, Jan. 20, 1915. Cely Store on Thursday, Jan. 21st, 1915. Wyatt Store on Friday, January 22, 191b. Wiglngham Store on Saturday, Jan. 23rd, 1916. Piedmont on Monday, Jan. 25,1915. Pclzer Old Mill on Tuesday, Jan. 26th, 1915. Pclzer No. 4 Mill on Wednesday, a m., Jan. 2?. 1915. 1-2 day. Frankvllle on Wednesday, P. M., Jan. 27, 1916, 1-2 day. '" Williamston City on Thursday, Jan. 28th, 1915. - WUliamston Mill on Friday, a. m., Jan. 29th. 1915. . ? , Belton City on Tuesday, Feby. 2nd. 1916. Belton Mill on Wednesday. Feby. 3rd, 1915. li. M. Martin Store on Thursday, Feby. 4th, 1915. Honea Path Mill on Friday, a. m. Feby 6th, 1915. 1-2 day. Honea Path City on Friday, p. m., Feby. 6th, 1915. 1-2 day. Honan Path City on Saturday, A. M., Fepy. Otb, 1916. 1-2 day. All ncrw*school lines for new sehe 1 districts must bo In the hand of the auditor on or before theist of April so they can be listed in tue proper places. If they tall to get in by that time lt won't be pnt on the books until the next year. Please see thai your property is listed In the righi school district. All tax lovieo foi school districts must be hi hand ' ol the auditor on or by the 1st of June WILSTON SMITH. Auditor ot Anderson County. December, 19?4. Miss I- M. Barges? of Belton wai among the shoppers in the city yester day. Xmas Visitors? Are your walls and floors clean and bright, or do they need some of our paints and wallpapers to make them a source of pride? Why not let us brighten up your home tomorrow? Call phone 48 or see us at 113 W. Earl St. Guest Paint Co. < "Guest Sells the Best." "We Know How" Opp. Y.M.C.A. Practical Gifts of Furniture *?;r.* ? ? :T,..; 'J Tlie thoughtful, practical person -who always tries to nuke a gift that will be of practical nae to the recipient cannot decide on anything nore suitable than Furniture. Bed Boom Furniture. Ladies' Dressing Tables la all Bining Room TurnHure. Woods. Parlor Furniture, ' Music Cabinets. Kitchen Furniture. Brass Beds. Single and Double for Han Furniture, Children and Dolls. And 150 dUTerent styles ot Bock, Children's Wagons. lng Chairs from the little Child's Children's Velocipedes. Becker to the Big Turkish Children's Automobiles. Leather Rocker. Children's Hand Carts. Framed Mirrors.' Children's Pall Carts. Pictures. Children's Doll CrurZages. India Stools. Baby Baskets. Asbestos Table Corers. . OTedar Mops. , ?lobe.Wendete Book Case* Wlxard Triangle Hops. Rt?,?l ?arget Sweefer?. Te??paoae Staads. Oster-moorj Mattresses. Ladles' Cutting Tables. Celar Moth Proof Cheat, Folding Card Tables. ?rast Smoker Seta. ? Gentlemen's Sharing Stands. Brass Fern Dishes with Ferns. Gentlemen's Chlfforobes. Pedestals, Oak Mahogany end Mit, Parlor Cabinets. slea. Medicine Cabinets. Tabourettes, . ; Ari Squares. Ladfts ">ak In Oak, Mahogany, Bags all kinds and shes. Krdeye Maple and M?*lon. tea Treys. Posh; Button Morris Chairs. Tea Wagons. Come and make yow selections new. We will see that they are delivered at the proper time. G. F. TOLLY 0 SON ANDERSON, S. C.;