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COME NOW OSBORNE & PEARSON
The Old Grindstone.
The hardest work I ever did.
If you just want the facts,
Was when a boy I had to grind
The nicks out of an axe.
At early morn, I'd hear Dad's voice
"Come 'Billie! Jump up quick.
The day will soon be started.
And we's got to grind the nick."
I've wandered since if boys today
Were evter in such fix;
And if there's and grindstones
If axes still have nicks.
And yet I know that life itself,
With Fate to play us tricks,
Is Just a great big grindstone- .
And we're all grinding nicks.
-Bennett Chapple, In National Maga
zine for August.
Manufactured by a fair-dealing, responsible fac
tory and sold by a dealer who strives to give its pat
rons a square deal.
We are selling large numbers of them. Let us
SULLIVAN HARDWARE CO.
If you have more oats or wheat than you
need we will exchange anything we have
for it and allow you a good price.
. We have several nice driving horses that
we want to sell or trade for mules, also
have nicest line of buggies and carriages in
the upper part of the State, which we want
.to sell or exchange for good sound mules.
We will guarantee more for cotton to be
delivered this fall as part payment on bug
gies and carriages.
We Are Hie Farmers' Friend
Tr/ Us and Be Convinced
Who paid the most for cotton last fall?
If you don't know, ask your neighbor!
,We bought more cotton at ten cents a
pound than anytother concern in Anderson
couaty. We d?is this simply to help our
Let us paint and repair your buggy. We
have a first-class rubber tire outfit, use best
material and guarantee pur price and qual
ity of work. This department is in charge
of an expert. Call around and let's do
business together. We will appreciate
you trade. . >? . \*?k:
Youfe very truly,
OPEN W. MARKET ST.
TRAFFIC ABOUT AUG. 14
RAILKOAD TRACKS BEING
WAS RECORD DAY
City Engineer Stated More Work
Done Yesterday Than Any
Other Since Work Began.
City Engineer Sanders stated last
night that yesterday was a record day
in both the concrete work of tho
street paving and also in laying the
asphalt surface. Everything was
running smoothly and the weather
was Ideal which caused the work to
progress so well.
The work of concreting the Char
leston and Western Carolina railway
tracks nt the intersection on 'West
Market street will begin this morn
ing. The machinery was mo^ed j
there yesterday afternoon. All cf j
the top surface from the beginning
of t -e paving on West Market is ex- j
pee'.J to be finished by Saturday:
night and on Monday morning the
work will begin on this side.
The concrete mixture put down at
this crossing will of course have to
stand for several dtys but Mr. San
ders hopes to have the top surface
put down there sometime during the
Asked when he expected to have all
of West Market street opened to traf
fic, Mr. Sanders stated that he ex-?
pee ted to have this done by Satur
day night, August 14.
?M*i- ' 1 , .mm.
A Marketing Association Als?
We also need farmers' marketing
associations in every county and in
many smaller communities.
And in <this work, we repeat that
farmers have? a right to ask the co
op oraton of merchants. The farmers
have a right' to soy, "If we buy from
your shelves, you buy from our
farms." At the same time farmers
must see that their products are prop
erly graded and packed. And here
they need the expert knowledge of
some on painstaking, intelligent man
-some man who will do two things;
(1) make a study of grading and
packing and (2) keep nformed as to
Take the case of cotton and cotton
seed. In the stu?ieB of Oklahoma cot
ton marketing ruado hy til? United
States department of agriculture, it
was found that farmers had prices
cut on all grades below middling, but
received . practicAlly no advance : for
grades above middling. Prof. Barrow
reported last year in The Progressive
Fermer tthat the cooperative cotton
marketing association at .Scott, Ark.,
made profits on cotton ranging from
$2.50 to $5 a bale and cl jared $4 a ton
on ccttocj-.teed. Similarly Mr. J. Z.
"Oreen tells our reade;? that cotton
growers by pooling their cottonseed
have recently received 2,100 pounds
of meal .for each ton of seed.-The
A World Success.
In October, 1911, only four years
ago, President William H. Taft broke
the ground for the exposition. Since
that time the work has been pushed
night and day with enthusiasm and
energy unrivalled, and the invitation
? to the world was made to come, and
i they have come. More foreign coun
tries are represented, sud more State
buildings constructed than at tho
Chicago World's Fair. The world has
indeed responded and in spite of
financial depression, in spite of unset'
tied conditions, resulting from' the'
most terrible war known In history,
the Panama-Pacific Exposition was
pushed on with the unswerving spirit
of the early pioneers. Even, the bel
ligerent nations at war paused long
enough amid the grim ?cones of thc
trenches and the gloom of bloody bat
ties to pay their respective tributes.
-"A Trip Overland-The Exposi
tion.'' by Joe Mitchell Chapple, in Na
tional Magasine fer June,
Doa* Become ? Farmer if Toa Wadi
te Get Kkk.
A contributor to tko current issue
of Farm and Fireside gives the fol
"It ts true,- we get terr tried some
times of th? drudgery of term work:
but lot me assure the man who wants
to get rich oh the land that the call is
not a 'fad' or a 'whim.* It is handed
down to yon from your ancestors, and
if you are willing te 'tickle Uta earth'
with a hoe and eat the fruits of your
labor, a little patch of land ts not a
bad tn vestment. If, however, you want,
to make a fortan*, batter look sdKjtV
M NEXT TUESDAY
WANTS MEETING OF BUSI
NESS MEN HELD THAT
CALLED FOR 10:30
C. A. M&ull, Advertising Agent of
Atlantic Coast Line Here for
Mr. C. A. MauU, advertising agent
of the Atlantic Coast Line railway,
will arrive In Anderson from Green
ville next Tuesday morning and will
make an address to the business men
of the city at 10:30 o'clock. Mr.
Maull was to have been here on July
28 but was called . J Wilmington,,
N. C., and could not get there. He
states that be will be here without
fail this time..
Agent Boyd of this city stated yes
terday afternoon that he was especial
ly anxious to have aa many repre
sentative people of Anderson as pos*
sibte out to bear Mr. Maull. He in
splendid speaker and will havo
somethfig to say that will be of in
terest to th? 'business men as well as
After the meeting Mr. Maull will
?pend ceveral hours in the city look
ing around and meeting the business
men. Ho will leave in the afternoon
over the Blue Ridge and Southern
for Lynchburg, Va.
? STAW?ING OF THU CLUBS. ?
Won. liOBt. P. C.
I Nashville. 67 , 51 528
Atlanta. 51 53 618
.Memphis. 61 45 575
j New Orleans. 61 45 575
Birmingham. 57 47 548
Mobile. 40 66 467
Chattanooga. 44 61 419
j Little Rock. 41 63 394
Won. Lost. p.c.
Boston. 59 34 634
Chicago i. 58 SS 604
Washington. 51 fal 526
Detroit. 60 88 612
New York 1. 47 47 500
Cleveland. 37 67 394
St, Louis. 38 59 392
Won. Lost. P. C
Philadelphia ..... 51 * 42 549
Chicago. 48 45 616
Brooklyn. 60 47 616
Bostou ......... 50 47 516
Pittsburgh. 48 48 600
New York ...... 48 46 611
SL Louis. 47 68 470
Cincinnati. 41 ' 66 427
Kansas City. 57 40 688
Chicago ... 66 41 (86
Pittsburgh ...... 68 48 668
Newark. 53 44 646
St Louis. 62 4? 681
Buffalo ........ 46 57 441
Brooklyn .. ... ... 45 67 441
Baltimore. 34 65 843
These Chickens tonn? Guilty.
Tho following paragraph ta taken
from the poultry roiling department
of -tho current Issue of Farm and
*F. M. Beckett of Stevena Point,
Wisconsin, had a garden. His neigh
bor, K. K. West, had chickens. The
gardener, charged the chickens with
ravaging his' beds. The poultrytnan
refusai to believe fa hts fowls' gtnlt.
One day the chicken? emma homo
dangling from their beaks cards on
Which were such confessons as ibis
'I have scratched in Mr:. Machetes
garden.' To the cards were attached
fine talk threads to the other end of
^ finch wera fastened kernel? of corn
from Mr. Sackettw garden!'*
P<w?i?0BfBg Old Age.
Overworked, weak or diseased kid
noys wll often make a man or woman
feel old before middle age. Rheuma
tiaro, aches and pains in back, nutti
ness under ayes, stiff joints and sore
muscles; biliousness, headache and
various other symptom? give warning
that the kidneys need help. Foley
Kidney Pills bring a sound, health)
condition and help th? tsWaojs elim
inate ur lo ncid and other poisons from
the system, which, when permitted to
remain, <iauee dangerous disease. Seid
* nBTSHDA?-8 BE BULTS. ? <
National \ pagne.
At Chicago 4; Boston 3.
At Pittsburgh 1; Philadelphia 0.
At Cincinnati 2; New York f?.
At Cincinnati 1; New York 2.
At St. Louis 3; Brooklyn 2.
At New York 3; St. Louis 1.
At New York 2; St. Louis 0.
At Philadelphia 5; Detroit ll.
At Philadelphia 0; Detroit 8.
Others postponed on account, of
Federal Let gae.
At Baltimore 0; St. Louis 1.
At Brooklyn 1; Chicago 2.
At Buffalo-Pittsburgh, rain.
Only three scheduled.
At Memphis Ti; Birmingham 2.
At Little Bock 10; New Orleans 4.
At Little Hock New Orleans 3|
;econd game seven Innings.
At Chattanooga 1; Mobile 2.
At Nash vii !e 1; Atlanta 8.
The Clerk (J na ran teed lt.
"A customer came into my store the
>ther day and said to one of my
:lerks,' 'have you anything that will
sure diarrhoea?' and my clerk went
ind got him a bottle of Chamberlain's
?ollc. Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy,
md said to him, 'if this does not cure
rou, I will not charge you a cent for
t.' So he took it home and came
lack <in a day or two and said he was
:ured," write? J. H. Berry & Co., Salt
3re*k, Va. Obtainable everywhere.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
All persons having claims agaiust
the estate of C. F. Burdett deceased,
u*e hereby not Hod to present them
properly proven to the undersigned
within the time prescribed by Isw,
and those indebted to make settle
L. H. HALL, Admr.
With wiu_ annexed.
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The Conscience of a Nation.
The Independence of Belgium wa?
guaranteed by Germany, Franco and
K?r,land. I think you will agro>*\
that whon the representative of a na
don signs his name to a treaty, he
nommits his country and his coun
try's honor to Its observance. Ger
many desired to break that treaty and
Invade France through Belgium. She
made propositions to Belgium whtcb
may or may not ha vie been favorable.
Belgium had a perfect right to erfuse
them, and Bhe chose to rofuse. Ger
many, thereupon made lt clearly un?
derstood that she intended, notwith
standing her written word, to per
severe in her original Intentions. Her
pretext that France had already vio
lated the neutrality of Belgium by
Invasion was false. No single French
soldier had set doot upon Belgian
soil. Belgium appealed to England.
"You signed tho treaty guaranteeing
our neutrality," she pointed out. "Ger
many threatens it. I call upon you to
fulfill your share o fthe compact."
Great Britain acknowledged ber re
sponsibility and reminded Germany of
their joint agreement.-"The Con
science of a Nation," by E. Phillips
-Oppenheim, in National Magasine for
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