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QUESTION NOW BOBS
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BON FOR GOVERNOR?
V?A)M: nu EN I? OF WAREHOUSE
COMMISSIONER THINKS IT
PfiOBAULE HE WILE ?IN. DE
FEND}* HIS SYSTEM.'
Will former United States Senator
Jn'o< I?. McUiurin., now stato . wore
house commlsBionor, bo a candidato
for .governor in' the approaching
election or will ho be n candidate for
. any oilleo? Thb question has been
nuked immy times during .tho past
tow days since it becamo known
that lils request of tho State Demo
cratic convention thut ho bo allowed
an hour at the enmpaign mcotlngB In
which to discuss and explain-to the
people- tho workings of the state
warehouse Byatem had boeu refuged
and his implied threat that IC it were
not granted that he would bo a can
didato for lieutenant governor, 'fa
position no grown man would want
and a live ono would not haVo."
Ono pf the aenutor'a admirers Uv
lng in Anderson, who la probably
closoj* tovldm than ^oy Other, inan \?>
" tho rjcdinont nectloii, stated yeator-'
day that H waa riot-ai oil, Improbable
tliivt??' Soriat?r Mel.aurth Would bo a
candidato for.-, governor in order to
juore fully curry out lils plana for
th? porr?etion of lila1 "baby," Iho
Following the action ot tho Btate
convention, Senator Mclaurin nu
. bounced that ho would take his own
'fimo in mapping; out, plana by which
ho can yet tho aystom before tho
peoplo of ' tho ?tato , and since hts
speech hero thia afternoon will bo
his; first ?Ince tho convention mci,
it lg. believed that ho will have some
Important announcement to mak-v
thnt will bo, pf state-wide Interest. .'
"To liberate tho produira thc. new
currency law. must havo for ita ox
presaiou the warohbUBet If cotton
value? ari? stabilized, then cotton
gamblers are deatroyod," ?aid Mr.
. Mc Lau r tn in a recent interview.
"If tho fedoral reserve systerii rec
ognizes /warehouse receipts, arid de
crees ? per omit 'ninney,- then tho . ?s
uror can no longer ply his-trade.-The
. central bank now discounts for the
; member bank ut 3. per cont, lt only
needs a little more legislation to deal
direct through tho Htate ' warehouse
and thus.cut out the profit of a m>;?
".IC .tho producj.,of land? cotton, lo
converted Into a fkild ussot, why not
the land upon which cotton ls grown?
Then mortgago Companies and other
' ] professional Shylock? will find their
occupation gone. To find .employment
for all tho hidden beards of money'lt
uni Ht Seek Investment tn commodity
paper, land bohds or Industrial cuter
- prises', Which wljl placo labor In
greater demand. Small banks will lie
on an equal footing with tho big dla
. tMbuting banks. Smatr business mon
Will havo tho samo banking facili
ties now enjoyed by1 tho capu><hs* of
"With'tho fedoral reservo banking
syst?m cot tori has becomo a liquid has
proved beyond- any -reasonable doubt
that cotton can bo valorised as stocka
To Defy Mortgage Robbera.
."If c?ttoil ls valorized py use as a
collntcal. then immediately crop
iU?rbs:<ges-aiuumo a hew basts of
::yct? 'di. and thc tenant und ?bare
cropper are nl?ced In fe* moro Ind'e^
pendent position .'to doty tho chattel
f?f>t^"n^tsag?;,f6hh(irtf..'' .' ' ' .: "
' Those ; are tho . hidden forcea di
recting opposition to tho development
of the warehouse - aya tem and deny
; : ltig a frill arid free exposition'of .itv
. principles before .th6 people: \
; "I know' that.,vWctinnpl\ linos,", wore
^ight^ Spel ta Town"
? ... ? Sy 1
/ ^THE Gmt AND THE
2 Reel Kcyttc.no
'?k y:: w waas^wia. xs?x?x?B&?j./. ri..???.a>
BETTER KIND OF MOVIES
drawn in the Rtnto convention to
koop mo from discussing tilene qnes
tlotiB. I know that mon who believe
In me and my ".vork voted to out mo
out or a legal rltrlit und trampled un
der foot tho law of the state i
"They were duped and deceived.
"Tho concentrated wealth, which
opposes every step I take forward,
eathers for Its defence an army of
faithful because well paid retainers.
They buy the best brain to speak,
writo and act for them. They have
lawyers, politicians and editors con
tently at work moulding public sen
timent. When tho system demon
nurates its usefulness, they attack my
character and try to destroy confi
dence in me. -No appoal tq-a Sense
of justice avail!-.; greed and self-in
terest outweigh- the rights, prosperi
ty and happiness of millions or hu
"Thcro ls today in this state a
close corporation of Interests demand
ing an exclusive monopoly In mak
ing, declaring and administering
laws. They.caro not who hold the
offices, so they control policies.
'Whoso brpnd I eat, his song 1 Ping-'
Nover was there so overwhelming a
desire oh the part bf tho people for
knowledge. Are they to be denied?
.. "If tho stato warehouse system
has ope thing tb be. especially com
uif ti** ed. it ls economy- and ofilcionoy.
Is it dangerous to give tho peoplo a
lesson in these cardinal virtues? .
"South Carnlintt baa never had a
real business administration.
VTpxes have doubled in twenty
years; Who dures say ofllclcncy has
FURMAN SMITH TO TRAVEL
FOR AMERICAN BALLAST
?? JUNE FIRST
Now Malinger Will Take Charge
Anti At That-Time Will An
nounce Further Plana
As announced in Tho Intelligencer
about-three month? ago. Mr. Fnrman
Smith, well known seedsman of this
city,- ls te> travel for tho American
Ballast . company, which business
will keop him ab.-.ont. from tho-city
nearly all tho time and therefore
would necessitate his selling
bis seed business in Anderson.
The business has been purchased
by Mr. Jos, P. McDonald, who etat
od yesterday that ho would take
charge on June 1. Mr. McDonald Is
an experienced '. seedsman, having
been with Mr. Smith for tho past
two and one-half years. Ho came to'
Anderson from Iva and there .wus
known as ? thorough and experienced
Mr. McDonald stated yesterday
that he would continuo to conduct the
s?ed business along the suma lines
as had been tho cas? since Its es
tablishment. Helbas other plans,
but as they have not ' fully matured,
he will make nb announcement
about them nt present, .
Tho new owner of'-th?'-'business is
widely known and ls a native of this
county. He has the bast .wishes of
hundreds of friends In all sections
of the county.
Which Was Destroyed by Pire Several
Mr. A. P. Cater ls having his
house on Greenville street; formerly
occupied by Mr. tforaco J. McGee,
and, which Ka? ;almoBt -totally de
stroyed.; hy tiro nearly taree , weeks
ago, rebuilt, tho. work bern g don? by
tho B'rlsscy Lumber compituy. .> ,
ftKUL ??m !E3T&BPAVi
Bara Belonging to Mr. s? ?. S helor
.- ;.?aag?t Fir?.,
Vbarh belonging to Kr. J J.,?;.
Shel or. .Who Jives- oh tb*? Boult. ,?rdV
caught fire .yesterday afternoon about
S o'clock, and was damaged td some
extent. The fSro department mad*
n very quick run. and soon had th?
blaRe.nndor contrat. ' ' ;f ;v .;,
V-Wcrk ga godfrey if o tu o >
wnt?-'work.'o? th? handsome ntW re
m?to& ot Mayor J.H. Godfrey" be
ing 'erected on Wost Whltncr sireet
ls teing'pushed i?twSt? : rapidly ind
Will bo completed by Jude 15.
--Uo.Y . ,."? -
! Dikes Fly Paper kills flies. Sc.
Cherry. Cf earn today. Owl ?reg
IT WILL I
I Uli 1L11 UUIUiiivU
! CONTRACT WAS SECURED BY
NEW STORE ROOM
To Be Erected In Rear Of One
Now Occupied By A. W.
Mr.'W, W. Johnson,'who will su
perintendent the work on the remod
eling of tho store roorrt now occupied
hy Mr. A. W. Kay and which haB
been leased to tho Woolworth peo
ple, stated yesterday that tho grad
ing on tho sloro room which is to
bo built in the roar of the present
store, would start this morning, the
contract for this work huVlug been
lot to Mr. Clarence Osborne.
As was funtod several rooks ag?
the pre?ent building ls to be complet
ly remodoled. A pressed brick front
will be put in and lt will be rained
so as to conform with tho other
buildings on that side of the square.
Mr. Kay is to vacate thc building
during tho first part of this week
and the work will begin about the
first of June. The cost of this, and
the building bf the other store room
In tho rear, will be about $10,ooo.
Mil. AND MBS. J. B. SIMPSON
WILL MOVE TO ASHEVILLE
The many friends of Mr. and Mrs.
J. H. 8impson will regret to learn j
that they are leaving today for Ashe
ville, N. C.,'Where they'will mako j
their home In the'future. While
both Mr. and Mrs.. Simpson are!
qttives of Anderson county, they j
i?pjnt a number of years in Ashe
'ville, whore Mr. Simpson was in
th" me^intllo business. j'
Mr. .Simpson was In the employ ot"
A. Lesser on the squ?' e fot- i num
ber of years. Recently ?Rr. Lesser
poid- his entire business to .'.ir. Phi
Rosenburg of Washington. Gi., und j
since that time Mi*. Simpson bas as
sisted the new firm iu straightening
ont* the stock;'
1 Mr. ISmpson stated- yesterday that j
he had been planning to return to j
Ashevllh) for several mon Un.1, .and
having sold' hls> home on drayton
strept to Mr. Roschberg this week
ho decided to ?aove at on co.
Weather ?? .^recast-Fair Saturday
Lqcal market 12.r>0.
? . ??
Open High Low Close
Jilly. .. .. ..12.79 12.8.1 13.71 12.77
Oct .. ... ..12;83 12.93 12.80 12.85
Deo.12.98 13.CC 12.95 13.01
Jan i. ..? ..13.03 13.15 13.00 13.07
?New York spots 12.90.
: . Open Gloso
May-Juno..:. .. ?.' ....8.16 8.20
Jttly-Aug;.. .. .. .. ..8.07 F.12
?ct-N?V.. .. .'. .7.79 7.8'
. Sales 6,000.
. '*' ?
Hf vlrtuo of ilio authority vested
U3 by tho Last wi'n and Testament.
;Hukh Mahoffoy, Sr., deceased, we
lt sell on tSalesday, on Gth Jurie,
16. fri front of the Court House, In
ie CHy of ^ride'rson, $K C..' during
tal h ou ra Ot-salo the Teal estftt?'1?~
i ging to tho estate ot the said Hush
?ahaffby,deceased, and described :aa
JIW?V tb -witt Ail the cqrt?in ?ol
iud' buildings, thereon, araldo oh
foin street In the town -rf wiiliam
1 ton, 8. C., con tain in R roo and ?ue^
ia? (l 1-2) aoreV,-morw or 'let** adv
olnlri* landa of R. V. A0ke?? ?v tti
1ray and others and being tho lot of
^hlch'H?V Ms^r?t. STi. . died.
;?izcd t.td possesed.
Also 30 shores Bank of William
ton, par value SDO.OO per shara. : v; '
ah ero a common .stock willlsia
" i, wr value' ?loo per ?har?.
- preferred ?tock wilt tam
W value 8100,
ptook Calhoun milla par
aa c?feh. Fu'i?ehaser lo pay '??*
s for all necessary papera ona
IB. '." .'.'; "''''' "*
' I- - " ' . . Bucntort.
) AY \
lift* rr irr
2 THEM IN j
Ul WILL GATHER
ANNUAL SINGING CONVEN - !
TION WILL MEET THERE
?And Many People From AU Sec
tions of County Will Be
Tho Anderson County Singing Con
vention meets today and tomorrow ut
Mountain ('rook church, tho historic
old brick building just a fow rallen
southwest pf tho city. This is- tho
uumi'il meeting and has been looked
forward to hy hundreds of people
from nil sections of thc county.
From all indications tho conven
tion will be ono of thc best attended
since its organisation. Anderdon
county' is well known for its singing
.mnycniloB and people from the far
< .'ls of the county will journey to
Munn tai n Creek church tomorrow.
MOVED STOCK GOODS
j E. E. ELMOR?^R A. P. CA
TERS STORE ROOM ?S
IMODEL " STRUCTUlFtE I
I Made of Brick an? Erected 'At
Cost of Approximately $3,000
On Greenville Street
. i _*_
. The new brick store rbom, built |
on Greenville' street by tyessrs E.
E. Elmore and A. P. Caters.has been]
completed and the' stock pt groceries
In Mr. Elmore's old building moved |
into the new -quarters: yesterday.
This how ?toiv room ls what is ]
classed- as a model bullit in;; and ls as
up-to-date as any that Can he found
In the city. It ls of brick, ts 2? by
70 feet, and has 3. modern ifrbnf. The
interior ls finished in the- best : of
material and ls SD arranged to ac
commodate Mr. KI moro's . grocery |
?The store T?om ;has neon .erectedI
at a coat of $3,000, the work being]
superintended by Mr. W. W? John
4 AX0E1?H0N COLLEGE - *
SV-- ' ?-. ?
! Invitations .luivo been, ?s3?Gd'//to?
tho fourth commencement .ot Ander
son college. Announcement ts made
of "tko followingprbgwni
Friday evening, Jun? 8:30-An?
, Saturday,, evening,. Juno 2,? 8:OOr
. .Sdriday.'.mbrhing, June :i, .-11:30.
Seimon tieforo Y. W. C A., by Dr.
Phillp J. Mcclean, Aiken. S. C.
,- SUnday aftcrnocn. Ximo 5, . '4:30~
.di?&;:?&stxbtcm&. v J.
Monday evening. Juno 8, 8:30-~
Bac'd?n??Wwate nddr?fe?ir Dr. W. T.
;'A*esc!nta'tlbn of diplomas.
Rills, Swarthmore, Penni
Presentation of diplomas'.
Miss- Clittkscales wi i I entertain tho
aUnnnno and se'n'or class Friday af
ternoon In tho college parlors. .
: President Klnard addressed tho
graduates ot the Wagner, high school
ak -tiiel? commencement exorcises ott
May Sith. .
?Khr:s John -'E; mite; !V^IW,?afr
dressed tho Student body nt chano',
exercises on Wiedncsd??r; fy
Miss Brucie Owing?' bf ravens hf
a- guest in the college this woit..
. '. ? .-ii'.. >. < ?
^ Cheddar Agricultural :ciafc
?: jTha regular meeting- na, ta? Ched,
lar Agricultural club Wir?SgW^p
itght, the . attendance, being < ?cod.
thoso making talks wa^ Mr
Iv-ii^araii ?county, demonstration
^a3y^?a*a troubled with i chronic or
mjmi?r rheumatism elvo Chatnber
frhin pata which lt affords la *Kfo*R
worth rosny times its cost Obtain*.
?m TTS TET*? W y-?WT
GOLF COURSE WILL
HAVE HiNE HOLES
AND WILL CROSS LAKE,
WHICH IS SOMETHING A
Mr. Howe From Greenville As
sisted Local Enthusiasts In
The golf course on Mr. D. C.
McKinney's- place just ahovo North
Anderson will he a little unique in
that it will cross the lake, tluiB
causing the players to have to over
come this hnzzard twice In going the
nine holes. Only a few golf cours
es in this country are alike in this
respect. ' < . , .*.
!.\Er. Charles Howe,' golf export
and teacher from the Sans Souci
club in Greenville, came to Ander
son yesterday morning and with Or.
John E. White, tho Rev. J. H. Glh
honey and Messrs. C. A. Oambrill
and McKinney laid off the course,
which will have nine holes. Tho first
course will be across tho lake. '
For the past few weeks Mr. Mcr
Kinney has had a force of hands:
and teams working on the grounds
to be covered by the courso and they
are being put lu excellent simpo.
S?GE TEA DARKENS
Don't Stay Gray! Here's an
Old-time Recipe that Any
body Can Apply, i -
The listf of Sage and Sulphur for re
storing faded, gray hair to its natural
Color dates back to grandmother's
time. She used it to keep her hair
beautifully- ; dark, glossy and attrac
tive. Whenever her hair took on that
dull, faded or streaked appearance,
this simple mixture was applied with
But brewing at home ls mussy and
out-of-date. NowViuys; by asking at
any drug store for a r>0-coat bolt lr. cf
.'.Wyeth's Sage. and. Sulphur Com
pound," you will get this famous old
preparation, improved by the addition
of other ingredients, which can be de
i) oi ul od upon to restore natural color j
and beauty td the hair. '. j
A well-known downtown druggist'
says It darkens the hair so naturally j
and evenly that nobody can tell it has
been applied. You simply dampen nj
sponge br soft brush with !t and draw'
this th rou j; h your bair, taking ono
strand at a time... By mornings thc
gray hair disappears,.- and after, an
other application or two; lt becomes
beautifully dark and glossy.
Wyeth's SO^e and Sulphur Corapouud
? a delightful toilet requisite for those
Who desire a: more youthful appear
ance. It 1B not Intended for the cure,
mitigation or prevention of disease.
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"BKIAS. AN? -BKLMiS"
':'<? ?. Wtftx &nste> futter. '? '. >
. f And iihe Eira* Kpisoda of .
Fiatorln^ Pearl White
This hot weather is just thft time you need; lt
most-or rather, you'll appreciate all its goocj
qualities more. You see its lots different from
the ordinary Corsets and costs not one bit more.
and has the Ventilo back. The ideal crJrs?'t
for every woman, there's ona in stock now
for you. \Ve received this week a big shipment
of thc- newer styles ranging in price
. Of course we fit them, and fit them right. ' , ''-M
? Try one.' - You'll find what you've been'look- . ? .
ing for--corset satisfaction. ? ?
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l^^^^^|j?jiM^^^^^ ^tto|o5?^taia things, pi?^ma? ^ovt
; -.\ *nilre?a*!?f ration- the paint costs you nothing. : '... .. .- . :\ -
St does not contain-/Jeal tar, p'tch, ro?n. cride eil or. 6?mU?>matsrtt&i lt !\
, y .iiewruMorc^
We want to give you on interesting BocWet .'aod a ires oamplo to test, lo>
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