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They are the tires that carry you longest, far
therest and easiest, with most miles per dollar and
fewest stops on the way.
For Sale By
Todd Auto Shop
We Can Make Your Home Attractive
With our beautiful wall paper designs. With us it is not a ques
tion of covering the wall, but a question of decorating. Wall Paper
must really furnish, must make a decided improvement or wc
wouldn't feel justified in selling it to you. There is nothing mat
enters ^your room that does so much to make or to mar the beauty
of their effect as Wall Paper.
Our Wall Paper store is splendidly stocked with the choicest new
wall coverings, which possess style, quality and attractiveness from
the best manufacturers of Wall Paper in the country. Our Spring
varieties of wall coverings are now ready for your inspection. Make
your selection where you know satisfaction is guaranteed.
We are the largest house painting contractors in the city, both in
terior and exterior. "Spring Paint and Help Beautify Anderson."
"NOW IS THE TIME TO WALL PAPER"
C. M. GUEST PAINT CO.
"Guest Sells the Best."
Last evening we received a
shipment of fine fish, including
?he .following: Shad, Ked Fin,
brokers, Butter Fish, Black Fish,
Salmon Trout, Sheephead, Span
sh Mackerel, Red Snapper, Pom
pano, Shrimp, and Whiting.
: Dressed Free of Charge, god De
C. F. POWER & SON
Cor. Benson and McDuffie
Amateur Ad-Writers Contest
THREE CASH PRIZES
$5.00, $2.50 and $1.00
Will be Awarded the Best Ads
O EE or phone some of the following named merchants and busi
^ ness men AT ONCE and get the information or "dope" on what
they want to advertise-write your ads and submit them to the dif
ferent merchants. Each merchant will have one ad in this Contest
in Sunday's (May 23rd) Intelligencer and the three best ads will be
awarded the money. You can prepare one ad for every merchant in
the contest if you wish. The different merchants will tell you all about
the goods to be advertised. We will supply you with any illustra
tion which you wish, if we have it in stock. Newspaper people and
regular ad writers are barred; all other white persons are eligible.
The following named merchants will enter the contest, and will
gladly give you all the information wanted to any one wishing to
write an ad for them: W. H. Lyon, Moore-WiUon Co., Marchbanks
& Babb, Columbia Tailoring Co., Anderson Gas Co., Parker &
Bolt, Geisberg Bros. Shoe Co., John A. Austir, B. O. Evans & Co.,
Sullivan Hardware Co., The Lesser Co., Evans* Pharmacy, T. L.
Cely Co., Mrs. B. Graves Boyd, The Owl Drug Co., and Walter H.
Keese & Co., Anderson Cash Grocery, Rubens tine and Southern
Public Utilities Co., Bank of Anderson, Mutual Benefit Life Insur
ance Co. of New Jersey, Jno. Lin-ley.
The Winning Ads and the Wi Hers of Same will be published
The Awards will be made by a Committee from the Ad Club.
Phone No. 321 for any information you wish about the contest.
All copy must be in the hands of the merchants by Noon Friday,
*^TOW, if you want the money, and enjoy a contest of wits-here's
your chance. You can try every line oY business that's entered
if you wish. You may have considerable talent for advertising ly
ing dormant, and this will give you the opportunity to try it out..
Come On In-The Water's Fine-You?
Enjoy It, And You May Get The Coin
ANDERSON DAILY INTELLIGENCER
UXORICIDE SAVED FROM
ELECTRIC CHAIR THROUGH
MERCY OF COURT
Pclzer Mill Village Resident Slaw
His Wife in Brutal
Court of general sesBious for Ander
son county adjourned Saturday after
noon after a trying week of hard
work. The court disposed of many
cases and the work expediated by the
buaiuesB-likc manner of Judge Seaae.
The case of Curran Alexander,
charged with murder, waa tried Sat
urday. The d?tendant was foi(nd
guilty with a recommendation to mer
cy. The. case was a long one, and
the defense was ably represented by
Messrs. Dagnall and Prince, who were
appointed by the court to defend the
The evidence in case brought out
the fact that Alexander, resident of
Pelter mill village, cut his wife's
throat with a razor. The murder was
one of the most brutal in the history
of the county. The only eye wit
ness was the ll year old son of Alex
ander who WCB standing in the door of
the room when the murder was en
acted. The little fellow preseuted a
very pitiful appearance on the stand
and told a tale that touched the
hearts of everyone in the court room.
Alexander's defense was based on
Alexander went on the stand and
denied everything. He asserted that
his wife cut him and that he did not
know where the knife in his hand
came, from, and that he bad uevter
seen it before.
?The case went to the Jury after two
arguments for the defense and one for
the state. The judge charged the Jury
and after about 20 minutes delibera
tion they returned a verdict of "guilty
with recommendation to mercy."
The sentence of imprisonment for
life was pronounced by tho judge Just
Vore the adjournment of court.
DB. PAUL H. E. SLOAN
HAS PASSED AWAY
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among his friends on the campus. He
was a true and devoted friend, and
numbered his friends by his ac
Dr. Sloan married Miss Ella-- Max
well, oldest daughter of Dr. Robert
and Lucy Maxwell, who . with one
daughter, 'Mrs. 8am Karie of Clemson
College, and four sons survive him
The sons are Dr. Paul H. E. Sloan,
Jr., Pendleton, Mr. Harry Sloan, Clem
son Colige; Dr. Prank Sloan, Wal
halla, and Mr. Max Sloan, Columbia.
He is also survived by a great many
grandchildren and a great mauy other
jj Personal j
H. Mc Al ister of Iva was a visitor In
the city Saturday.
F. S. Prince of the Carawell In
stitute Beetloo was In the city Sat
Assistant Commandant T. P. Duck
ett of Clemson College was a visitor
In the city yesterday
L. McPbail of Iva was in the city
William Bowers of Clemson was in
the city Saturday.
CL. Turner of Honea Path was in
the city yesterday.
Mrs. R. F. Morris of Wllllngton
waa among the shoppers in the city
Mack Rogers of Williamston was in
the city Saturday.
Henry Howard of Pendleton waa lu
the city yesterday for a short while,
Miss Pensacola Branyon of Stan
wag among the visit ora In the city
Miss Estelle Bruce, who has been
teaching at Triangle school, which
closed the season last Friday, waa
in the city en route to her home al
.Miss Frances Fair, who baa been
the guest of Misa Quila Hall at Iva,
was In the city yesterday, returning
to her home In Camphello.
'i* ? 1 '? '
President 8tops at Newport News.
Newport News, May 15.-?Pr?sidenI
Wilson interrupted his New York trir,
on the Mayflower by a brief stop here
today. He played golf, visited inter*
eating spots, and resumed his Jour
Bringing Bodies Home.
New York, May 15.-Bodies of nine
of the Lusitania's dead, including
Charles Frohman, are being brought
to New York aboard the American
steamship New York, which leaves
Liverpool tonight, according to s
cablegram received here today from
Liverpool by Ame Hean line officials.
the New York ?. due hare May S3,
LOCAL MEMBERS ENJOYED
GATHERING IN THE CITY
BY THE SEA
CHICK SPRINGS 19?6
Invitation of Anderdon Was With?
drawn on Certain Good
The Anderson delegation to the
state ineetlug of the T. P. A. at
Charleston returned to the city Sut
urday afternoon and all report that a
very enjoyable time was had. The
meeting was a live oue, and the de
lightful city of Charleston proved to
be an ideal place for the convention.
When the Anderson delegation went
to the meeting, they were requested
to present a presBiug invitation to the
convention to come to Anderson for
the 1916 meeting.
Col. Tom Arnold, proprietor of the
Chick Springs hotel, asked the dele
gation to withdraw lu favor of bia
invitation on the condition that he
arrange for a special train to bring
tbe entire convention to Anderson for
one day. These arrangements wera
made to the satisfaction of the com
mittee from Anderson, and the invi
tation was withdrawn.
Tho invitation to come to Chick
Springs was accepted and the 1916
convention will be at that place
The headquarters of the Btate con
vention will be transferred from Co
lumbia to Greenville. Mr. Thos. H.
Pope, a well known und populur sales
man from the Mountain City, having
defeated Mr. John W. LI Ila ni of Co
lumbia, secrelury for six or eight
years. Mr. M. A. Whisnant of the
Florence post was elected preeMv-nt,
defeating Mr. .W. A. I.ivin.v?on by
Mr. .1. R. Shanklln of Anderson was
elected one ot the representatives to
the national convention, which meets
in Omaha. Mr. E?. E Burriss waa
made a member of the board of trus
tees of the state convention and was
made chairman of the state legisla
The state convention adopted a res
olution against the serving of liquors
of any kind at the convention ban
quet r .
Mr. Shanklln, who is a staunch
member of the order, came back elated
over the success of the meeting. This
is the first vacation he haa enjoyed
in several years.
NEXT YEAR CERTAIN
Eight Hundred of the Necessary
1,000 Pledges Are in
The Redpath Chautauqua certainly
received a compliment of no amall
importance on Friday night when the
pledge cards Were passed out for
signing for season tlcketa for next
year. It is necessary to Becure 7.000
subscribers, and when the count waa
made, it w?s found that 800 of the re
quired 1.000 had been signed. The
remaining 200 will come iii rapidly,
it ls believed.
The season tickets will go to those
who Bign for them at $2.50 each, but
seaon tlcketa for perBons not signing
will retail strictly at $3.00 each. Thia
ia an Incentive to subscribe for the
tickets. A great number of peoplo
desire the chautauqua to come back
to Anderson and are dolug their beat
to have it come. Mr. Whaley who ia
at t'j-i head of the- chautauqua com
mittee of the chamber of commerce
says that the return engagement next
year is assured, and that Redpath will
be back on the Job next season.
The circuit of the circuit whtch
embraces Anderson will be smaller
next year and Anderson ta to be onn
of the smallest towns.
In spite of the smallness of the city,
Anderson people have turned out bet
ter than the people did In Birming
Hrs. Betty Burgess.
Mra Betty Burgess, wife of Mr.
W. Q. Burgess, died Friday afternoon
at her home in the Hopewell .section
of the county. The funeral services
and Interment were at Six and Twen
ty church Saturday afternoon.
Mrs. Burgess was ,70 years ot age.
8he is survived by her husband and
Funeral Kr. D. P. MePhsIl.
The funeral services of Mr. D. P.
McPhai), who died at hla home early
Saturday morning. In the Hopewell
section of the county, were held at
Hopewell Baptist church yesterday af
ternoon at 3:39 o'clock, after which
interment was made In the church
Several days ago Mr. McPhail un
derwent an operation st hla home, ono
of his limbs being amputated on ac
count of a.sore, which developed on
one of his feet. The operation was
performed In the hope o? saving Mr.
McPhall'o life, as blood poison had.
set ia. i
This is 1
for yourself, if you seek men, if yo
Twenty-fivo words or lets, Ons Vi
Six Times $1.00.
All sdY?rtis?ment oTsr twen?y-flvi
word. Rates on 1.000 words to
No advertisement taken for lass t
Ii yow name appears In the tslsi
yonr want ad to 321 and a bill wlHI
FOB SALE-Soroc of the best, coal
and wood on tno market at right
pricea. Wood cut to your order.
Low country slabes still my spe
cialty. W. Ulmer, successor to j
Piedmont Coal & Wood Co. Phone
FOB SALE-Potato Slip. Pdre Nancy
Hall. We have sufficient stock on
hand to supply demand now. Fur- |
man Smith, Seedman, Phone 464.
FOB SALE-Fresh mitch cow. Young I
calf 5 weeks old or will trade for '
dry beef cow. Apply to W. E.
Ilasor, Hotel Chiquola Barber Shop.
FOB SALE-Peas all varieties $2.00
per bushel, cane seed $1.00 per
bUBhel, white home ,raised corn
$1.00 f. o. b. Walhalla. C. W. & J.
E. Bouknlght, Walhalla, 6. C.
FOB SALE-Fine tomato plant?. Five
cents per dozen or 30 cents per hun
dred. 409 South Main street or
Evans Pharmacy No. 3 - 5-14-3tp.
FOB SALE-Ten"Counters. J. J.
WANTED-A reliable representative!
tn every community to act as agent
for The Intelligencer. Liberal com
missions paid. Apply The Anderson
WANTED STOCKROOM KEEPER- I
Mu?t be accurate with figures, kep |
a' neat ?tock room. Address in own
hand writing Box 168 City.
WANTED-To correspond, confi
dentially, with anyone deslrioua of
becoming permanently cured ot the
morphine or whiskey habit The
KEELEY IN8TITUTB, COLUMBIA,
a C., Box 76.
WANTED-To exchange an E. M. F.
30, for Ford or roadster. If inter
ested uee T. F. Darby, 222 E. Whtt
ner St., Phone 472._J5-16-3tp.
You can buy a bottle of Dr. Hilton's
Life For The Liver and Kidneya No.
2, and cleanae your system from all
impurities of your body, and sare
lota of slckneas and lost time. Price
25 and 60 cents. -
For ssl'e by all druggists.
Dristrlbuted by Murray Drug Co.,
Columbia. 3. C.
is gone. Tomorrow does not ?*>
DDAY is the day of Opportunity,
he coloumn of opportunities. Reid
it-if you seek a broader opening
u want to buy or sell machinery.
In? SS cen'*, Three Haw M santa,
? words pronta for ??ch additional
ba used in a r?ontb mada on sppU
thau SS cents, ossa la ed ranos.
phone directory pe? ea? telepaoas
DO malled attar tts Insertion for
ORT, PIKE WOOD, cut, or ia four
foot lengths, or slabs; and perfect
ly dry. Prices right See me for
all hinds of fire wood. B. N. Wyatt,
"The 15.00 Coal Man."
IF IT'S IN SEASON, and flt to eat,
we have lt; and the price won't make
you lose your appetite either. "Lit
tle Oem" Cate, J. E. Derrick. Pro
prietor, 128 W. Whitner Street.
BUCK-EYE BARBER SHOP-Heir
eut 15c, shave 10. Best sorties. Sat
isfaction guaranteed. C. A. McClain,
No matter what style mounting or
len Bes you desire-If lt has merit wa
Complete Grinding Plant. Byes
Dr. M it Campbell.
Louisa S. Hilgenboeker,
113 W. Whitner St Ground Floor
~ * FOR RENT
FOB BENT-Store recently occupied
by The Intelligencer Job Printing
Department If Interested In a fins
stand and good proposition, Apply
to The Intelligencer. ?-13-lt
FOB BENT-Very desirable cottage
on Greenville Ptreet, one door from
Fant $18 per month. See Jobb
DOST CABBY A HANDICAP
Did you ever stop to think that
your every action, every thought
your disposition, and character ats
Influenced every day by the condi
tion of your Liver? Failure in life
may be the direct result of a dlgar*
Dr. Hilton's Life For The Liver and
Kidneys will keep your liver In per*
feet condition. Get a bottle.
For Sale by atl Druggists.
MURRAY DRUG CO., Distributors,'
Columbia, 8. C.
Lebanon CsmmeaeemeQi. \
The following invitation has been
The Senior Class of
The Lebanon High School
requests your presence st tba
Tuesday Evtoning, May Twenty-Fifth
at eight o'clock
Confederate Veterans Reunion
JUNE 1,2, and 3, 1915.
In connection with the Bhw Ridge Railway.
Tickeis on sale May 29th to June 2nd, with return limit June loth.
Extension will be granted until June 30th by payment of 50 cents,
$8.85 FROM ANDERSON.
To accommodate the Veterans and friends the Southern Railway has
arranged a Special DAYLIGHT TRAIN, leaving Anderson at 6:30
a. m., Monday, May 31st.
ND Changing of Cars. 43 Miles Shorter Ovar the
Daylight Special Night Train
Lr. Anderson.W, .. .6:90 A.M. May 31 , 4:47P.M. dally
Lv. Helton .. . .7:05 A.M. May 31 &:36P.M.daUV
Lv. Williams ton.7:19 A.M. May 31 S :5r. P.M. dally
Lv.Pelser.7:26 A.M. May 31 6:10 P.M. daily
LT. Piedmont. .. .7:41 A.M. May 31 6:23 P.M.daily
Lv. Creen ville.8:20 A.M. May 31 7:65P.M.da'ly
Ar. Rtchmou ....8:30P.M. May 31 8:09A.M.dally
This is the only through daylight trip and it will give the veterans a
chance to see North Carolina, aod Virginia during the day. Tbroltth
coachos and Pullman sleepers will be bandied on the daylight train
and night train to Richmond.
The Southern. Railway has the best location in Richmond, one block
from Main street, center of city.
For further information, tickets, Pullman reservation, call or write to
W. R. TABER, TPA, J. fe ANDEkSON, Supt., BR.
Greenville, S C Anderson, a C.
W. E. M'GEE, AGPA,
Columbia, S, C.