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All Avar Pin
Hands, itched and Burned
So Could Not Sleep..
HEALED BY CUTICURA
SOAP AND OINTMENT
"My fawblo started with Utils red plai
pies breaking out all over my Angora which.
cracked open and bled. In n chort whOa"
they spread all over both bands. My banda
v..-ro much inflamed and the UtUo red pirn-.
pies soon bocamo a- solid scale Boon my
. bands bocamo such night? that I was
ashamed to lot any one see them, and tboy
Itched and burned go that I could not sleep
but scratched ail the time.
"I Buffered this way at ?sast four years.
I saw In a magaxluo that Cutlcura Soap and
Ointment wcro good for totter and I wrcto
for ?. free sample In less than two daya
tho ? .hing had stopped and tba terrible
bt_?lcg was less, so I got a Urge box of
Cutlcura O?sta?cnfc and a cako of ?otij.
Kot? I am entirely healed." (Signed) Miss
?). Sieger, Anderson ville, Va., July 26.1015.
Ssssapls'-BscL Fsae h*. Mai?
With 32-p. 8tdn Book on request. Ad-.
dross post-card "Cutlcura. Dept. T, Bot
twa%"- Bold t&rouahaurtba world.
"Hear* of the
Fant's Book St?re
Chiaho?sn, Trowbridge & Suggs
New Theatre BaOrHng
W. Whither St* /
Ds . Wade H. Sherard
?13 Fourth Floof Biecidey Bldjr;
To cook with is the most
; convenient fuel 11 ? be
And it is the > cheaper,
-too when the least-fcit of thought
and nttention is given It.
Try it for awhile, and
you vM like iL There are many
satisfied users of* gas in AnoVar
it's just the thing to
heat the hath jtoom with- *
.' -'; :- ' ^ $i : :/;
Aed?rsoa G?s Co.
Mn?y Bodies ?
Has ^fS?^rbf seve??
passengers; ??%h gride I
jind jithj^?tbSt?iiy make
osx.- Writefor iituetratioas
Th? Rock ^.?N?r^-'
innes case will 80
to un oeuRTSi
ABLE LAWYERS TO MAKE
FiGHT FOR CUENT DE,
SPITE SMALL FEE
ERRED IN CHARGE
This Will Be Ground on Which
Appeal For New Trial Wai
Atlanta. Gn., Juno 5.?Victor El.
'tnnos may eorvo seven years in the.
penitentiary for larceny after truat
of the money of Mrs. Elo'so Nclni3
Dennis, for w.liich ho was tried 'la&?:
week and fouud guilty by a Jury in
the Fulton st^orlor crhirt, but lit
will not uv until the. highest courte
in the state have affirmed tho Judg
ment of tho court that tried him.
When Innes, brought back with his
wife on extradition papers from San
Antonio, Texas, went before Judge
Ben H. Hill of Fulton superior court
and virtually "put It up to" *hc state
of Georgia to give' him a fair trial,
leclarlrtg that bis life had been threa
tened and that he had no money to
employ a lawyer, Judgo Hill appoint
ed three pf the ablest lawyers in the
' state to defend him, "and these lawy
'. era aro going to "make 'as hard fight
for tholr client ho if they were bping
! paid a rich roin'o fce.
j . Defended by Judge John S. ' Cand
ler, a former Justice of the supreme
court of Georgia,'Judge James K
HlncB, special attorney to the Geor
gia railroad commission, aud C. I..
;PeUigrew, one. of tbo leading lawy
ors of the'Atlanta bVi, Innes and his
wife aro as well represented as any
defendant!'! that ever went to trial in
Fulton county > .
j These attorneys this week will file
with Judgo' Hill a motion for a new
trial for.Innes, vand If, tho motion is
! denied they wlll.'fllb a general bill of
exceptions and appeal the case to the
Btate count of-appeals. Should they
fail to secure a now trial before that
tribunal, It is probable. that they
will go to tho state Bup'reme court.
I>t will be claimed by Innes'R at
torneys that Judgo Hill erred in his
charge to tho Jury, that, ho erred In
several r?llngs on the admloslbility
of; oviden?o. that tho vonue bf. tho
caso was not .established In. Fulton
crmr.'.y, that the evidence did not Jus*
tify a-verdict of g?llty, and:that In
no a is entitled to another trial on
The attorneys representing Innen
sprung'a'compl?t? Lurprlse when
.they admitted that, Innes. obtained
[3arge sumsi.of moneysrpm Mns. ^Slols
Nelms Dennis. ' ~lt had" * ffeon general
ly expected previous to the trial, that
they would claim that Innes | never
'saw; Mrs. Dennis after securing her
divorco In ' Carson City, Nevada, in
1912. ^ .
Instead of this denial thoy frankly,
admi-'.iod, that Innes received money
from tho young woman. . but they
j claimed that slid gave it to him be
cause she was wildly in lovo with
him and wanted" him to. have It, an<|
j pot for Investment or any other bus
! Iness purpose whatever.
AT THE PALMKTTO
Show Yer.tcrd?y Afternoon Far Better
Thau UeusI Standard,
With a company which seems >to
surpass "anything recently scon in
Anderson as far as .talon t is concern
ed*, and with a chorus of neat and at
tractifs girls well trained in the art
of dancing, the' show at The Palmet
to "yesterday ' afternoon was far above
tbo usual standard. The patrons of
this popular house will doubtless . be
well pleased in tho shows that aro to
ho- put on thia week, fend ,if .th? ex
cellence of yesterday's performances
are maintained, ' largo" audiences , will
grcot the players/this,week.
' We have all colora'' of C?loritc
for, Straw Haitoi ; Sfcfawberry,
Maple Nut ?od Peach Ice Cream.
Owl Drag Co.
can bo properly designed and fltte
if von have it dono by Campbell. Why
i This ih my ^apectelty'And au, Ij do
lt is very natural that ?ne cau bbcpmi
i in bo many diff?rant things,
rb proficient in one, thing-than the;
lou't please everyone. ;?Chrt8*- did
iV -.However, yw? must; frSK?uts;
h?t everyone doesn't pleaa?; ine an?
J yod would consider it frb?v"thia an
[glo iwa wb?ld, be nearer on a par.' pli
yoiaver' thlnk of this?
Prices always right, 13.00 to ?6;<*).uti
' ?epaifft l?e up.
CROP OUTLOOK BRIGHT
OATS SHORT, BUT HAY AND
WHEAT MORE ABUNQANT
Seneca h Taking On New Com
mercial Life?Train Sched
ule is Improved
(Special to The Latelligencor.)
Seneca, Juno 5.?Lest week and
this mark tho midst of the. harvest
scaGon in 4hts county. Much of the
pat crop Ib whorl, mid a great deal ot
it la being mowed for hay; howovor,
the wheat crop is uniformly good and
the acreage sown is.larger than ever
before, perhaps. Tho corn crop Is
very promising, and most of (ho cot
ton has come to a stand Bincc the
recent rains and if the weather con
tinues -favorable thin week will be
chopped out. There is a local mar
ket, for absolutely everything to eat,'
for man and beast, owing to the
unusqal number of people and. hors
es to feed.
Much improvement work is going
oh and many changes are to take !
place in tho business part of Seneca
soon. The work on the Dlchardsea
Hotel' is progressing rapidly; Dr. B.
C. Doyle IS havbag a marblo and
plate glasB front put in hlo Gtofc
room, which will bo occupied when
completed by J. Li Mer'rett & Co.
Mr. J. C. Vickery is soon to move in
to tho Hopkins building now oc
cupied as an extension of "the 6ee|
Hive. The store now occupied by J.
L. Mcrrett & Co., will bo occupied
by some out of town parties. W>. A.
Holland, who occupies a room in the
Richardson building, will move into
the llttlo store room on North Depot
street, formerly occupied by the post
Tjnin Ko. ;f> and 10, on the South
ern was extended to Westminster for '
tho first time ycBterdP.y. This will
be'ai great advantage 10 both towns.
Here to tore It has stopped in Seneca,
and the first train peoplo from be
yond here had in this direction waa
twelvo o'clock. They can now get
here at 7:35,.nid- In time to get tho
trains to'Walhalla and Anderson and
The boa.-1 of, trustees have, an
nounced that ??ror Fr-ubttr, iwh?>
for two ye?rs hii been principal of
the: Lancaster scaool has been elect
ed superintendent of the school bore,
and that ho-has accepted.
Friends of Mr. C. N. Oignilllat,
wll. be sorry to learn that he ha:;
been quite sick for the past several
days. 1 lie is -some- better-and hopes
to .bo out'again in a tow dayB.
Mr. B. h. Hamilton of Charlotte,
spent the week-end with his parents
here, Mr. and liars'. W. O. Hamilton.
Misses Nellie and Nancy Hinos are
at homo from Winthrop college.
Miss Nanelinc Drown, who has
been ^attending, the Normal college at
Athens, da., is at homo for tho sum
Miss Florida Propst who has been
teaching in-'-Korshaw, .is at homo for
tho summer. .
Misses Louise and Jessio LnuronB
are St homo from Lender college.
Miss Sue Ellen Hunter Is at homo
after teaching at Noca, S. C, the
past year. ,
Dr. J. H..'-Burgess has boon -lulte
?ick at his homo for several days.:
Mr. Aster Daily, of Columbia, is
spending a few days with home folks
Miss Swanee Daily has returned
home -from. Winthrop collego where
she has been in attendance for . the
"Rev. T. C. LIgon of Townvllte.
was in Son?c? Saturday coll'ng upon
a few of his many friends. .
. 'Miss'Margie Holland who has boon
teaching at NorcrooB, Ga., ii at home
wUh;her parents for tho summer.
A great many people from hero are
attending commencement cxorcld?*
at. ClemBon. this weok.''.. Tub young
men from .here are in tho graduation
class thin year, Messrs. J. W. Strlb
lmg and Brown Verner.
Mr. Edward Strlbllng, who has a
position with the Bank of Iva, ia
Gpendlng a few"days with homo folks
nnd attending . Ctemsca commence
Mr. and Mrs. Goo. W. Shelor
havo many 'frlendd.: throughout thiia
section, who will regret to learn that
tho latter la quite ill at their borne
op Townvllld street.
Miss 'Glacis Ramsey will leave -thJ?
week to pay a- visit of several wce'sa
to c relatives and frienda- in Georgia.
. Miss. Mahd Hopkins will leave thh
week for a visit of sev-jral weeks to
ifrl?nds at Oalhoun* Ga- ':'*W??*l
: , Mr.'.W. J. Lunney is greatly im
proving the appearance of . his popu
l?r drug store by the installation oj
hanisomb new' fixtures. ;' ' '' .
Mr;-*W. Jl, HollOway has Jolne?!
the csnstinUy sr?^"l?SlM-".s,seli ^laH?
in. this community, having rcotjotlj
purchased a\touring ear. from Bhlrlej
" Mrs, L, ?. Edwards, and little
daughter, spent several days In At
tynta last week.
To The Public
-/^?-^???:^vws. using Chamberlain';
months ab?'fr?toids ntjjfc*, ,
pay I have-.never nod. a remeu> thai
did'mo bo n^acll'gw^d.r,r---Mrs. C. 12
Sttley, llllf?/N, Y, Chamberlain's Tab
l?ts are/ob^bab?a cv^ >.;
! We have S^olors of Celorife
for Straw , ftata. .Str*wS>fcfiry
Maple Not WjkI Peach ?c? \imm
JURORS WERE DRAWN
SECOND WEEK COURT
i . i c
WILL IMPORT FOR DUTY ON
MONDAY, JUNE TWEN
BEGINS JUNE 19TH
Bar Association Will Meet This
i Afternoon To Arrange Roo
ter off Cases
Jurors for. tho second v^coV. of
civil court who will report ou Mon
day, Juno 26, woro drawn yestcrdov
morning as follow?.:
Walter Poore, Belton.
E. D. James, Brushy Creek.
W. A. Coolcy. Wllllamston.
H. II, RuhboU, Varennes.
W. F. Skeltpn, Savannah.
J. Will Bannister, Belton.
J. AI. Burgc-sa, Hopewell.
L. C. Mooro, Brualiy Creek.
J. ^ ?*cAhec, Wl?l?cuMun.
Plo.vd Engllah, Centcrvlllo.
Prank Axman, Frjck MIUb.
C. W. Cauaey. Anderson.
Frei P. Martin, Hock Mills.
E. C. '1 ribble, Varennes.
J. .V. Hand. Wlllbunston.
K. E. Gllmer, Anderson.
E. J. Prultt, Varennes.
W. C. BurriPB, Broada<\ay.
W. If. lltef-.o, Anderson
A. Q. Voorenoad, Pn;:dieton.
t>. I,. o. Moore, Am ?rr.cn.
S. 1! Uritcher, Martin.
F t lif'pg? PendW'ton..
M. M. Campbell, Broadaway.
L. A. Williams, Honea Path.
S. J, Bumannon, Garv/n.
.1. W C;?.nier, Fork. /
W. J. Baylors. Martin.
J; C. McPhai), Hall.
M. B. Hatcher. Fori--.
C. W. King, ?Orwell.
R. B. Yeargin, Corner; '
R. M. Duak, Honea Path.
W. A. Speer. Contervilie.
P. P. Gentry, HopewcR. .
A meeting of the Bar association
will be held this afternoou to ar
rango tho roster of casca which are
to come up for disposal.'
THE BI-J?U TODAY
Pretty Feature ?jt. This Popular
Marguerite SbbK with, the talented
dramatic actor, Paul .(illmore, will be
seen: in > "Hnaemaxy " iait>U?? Bijou to
day. This inclure v/ill ho one of the
most entertaining : features.. present
ed by this popular, playhouse in some
time and is woll rfcorth .wltneuBing.
Dorothy. Cruicksnank . Is sercretly
in lovo with Captain WpBlwood,
whom her pn rente, have never Been!
and they plan to elopo. Her father,
anold sea' captain, baa quarroled
with a Professor-; Jogram, following
a-public denunciation of a book Jo
gram has written on navigation. Pro
feacqr Jogram lives with Sir Jaspet
Thorndyko, .who sympathizes with
him about the, criticism, but secretto
considers the matter lightly.
Dorothy and Captain Woatwooc"
elope t?UriUg a storm, but their chaise
Is overturned near the-home of Sli
Jasper, where they .apply for sheltei
and are taken In. Dorothy's par
onta purBUo hor, but- they too meel
with an accident and bring up at. Sii
Jasper's home. Dorothy and Ca>
tain Westwood are in - their roon
when tho girl'L', parents arrive Sli
Jasper and Crucksh?nk ait up late
Cruckahank. dripkipg heavily, and h?
boat; learning who ho la, as a joke
pufa hint to bed ,wRh, Professor Jo^
The next morning Dorothy -erlsei
early, and whie gathering, flowers it
1 ho garden, cneonater? Sir Jasper
falls In love. with .hor, and glvea bai
a bunch , of rotemary which she plm
to .her. gown. 'At ; breakfast all ar<
pr?sent, save Dorothy,' kn'd Sir Jas
per takes tbia opportunity to gain bei
parent's consent to her marriage wltl
Captain Westwoodi' ? Journey -t<
Xondon with a happy wedding 1:
,At an inn in Donrion, Dorothy goe
to tho stablo to glyo abmo nugar t<
Sir Jaapor's favorite mare, Tho ata
I hie catties tire and Dorotliy I? trap
ped. ??^h^r loft. Sir Jasper, who ha
; been showing herV much retention
i rushes through the flames yvnd res
cues her. Ho la badly bur?nl, am
during the days tbnt-follow, Dbroth:
florists on attending- him, much to th
dlicomfort of Captain Westwood.
MEET CHICK SPRINGS
Short Hand Writers of Stete to
Hold Annual Session July
. , ,. -
Groenvlllo, S. .Tune 5.?AH ar
rangements have beet', completed for
the second annual convention of tho
South Carolina Short Hand Writers'
asscociaUon, which will bo held -at
Cn!elt Springs July 3-1. President J.
J. Drv*>oan of Sumter, and Miss Kate
of Columbia, membor
of executive commltteo, spent sever
al hours at Chick 8prings Saturday
conferring with tho hotel manage
ment, and report that at this meeting
every detail in connection-with the
convention was worked out In good
President Bronnan Rtatod. that the
outlook was good for a record
breaking convention, end that from
two hndred t-j two hundred and fif
ty Btenograpnors from all sections
of the state would be in attendance.
He also stated that he was daily re
ceiving inquiries In regard to affb
llation with tho assoclaUon, and if
thiB continued at tho present rate,
that by the. time of the convention
South Carolina would have the
strongest stenographic association in
the entir? union.
After tho conference at Chick
SprlngB, the state officials met with
the local officials of the Oreonvlllo
and Spnrtanburg clubs, and outlined
to them tan part they should ta bo. in
regard to tho convention, and assur
ance was* glVen the state officials that
everything would be looked, after in
fine, shape. .. :
In talking to President Bronnan-in
regard to the aims and objects of tho
stenographic association, he stated
that he wished it known that the ste
nographers are not trying to unionise
for the purpose of making'unreason
able demand s upon their employers,
but the solo object of the organiza
tion la for the purposo of raiding tho
stenographic standard by encourag
ing all stenographers to take moro
interest In their profession, and to
increase their efficiency in ' every
way possible And, that in a Bhort
time ho hoped that all members of
the association would be recognized
as first class stenographers by tho
business world geho;-aiiy; il\*t when
the association W48 mentioned- It
I would suggest p't?ciency.
1 No doubt if: the association ao
! ?nrnniinhAi? uil that It is drying to do/
rtt will be of great assistance to tho
butlnc-ss world, in that it will have
time and money seeking competent
The auto owner finds the Want
Ad the, bj??t st&aa of exchange,
In paying out money for a
For a quarter of a century
the peopl? of. South Caro?in
prehiiuw paid. . Oui* policy
that the Company's business
1916 it amounted to over-$
But that is not all. In addi
loans which .are always avai
- four years ? -very, consid?rai
; Hieramounf paidxmt and in?*
miums collected, the comp?
amounted, as will be noticed.
AT HOME AND AT THE 5;
Paid S. C. PoKcyh>
Policy Claim?.., Dividends anrj
Stale, County and MunUip?
f?hys!cian and Agency Br.per
Loiias^?Real Estate, Gash a
Total S: C. Disbursements \
Total S C. Premium Cojlec
Excess invested in S. G.
Cash and i^emiunji Loans ou
A m ou ni of railroad borids^y'
I ctf'acd'Dili'pU ?i?:m|y ix-pf
. Real 'estate mortgages on fai
CHAS. W. WEBB, District
On Your Irish Potatoes
It will kttl tflo DQga. and not Injure
tho potato vines.
. Sold , on an absolute gunrantco or
money hsc?: proposition by relia? : ,
hie grov?rs end drnggiflts, .
, Manufactured and guaranteefl by
Stonecypher Drag and Chemical.Co., Westminster, S. C ,
Sold by Fant's Drug Store.
ing Money at Home
ny thing, ourfirst .question' is: "Am 1 getting value received ? " -
The Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Company has been giving
a the very Highest Quality of Life Insurance in return for the
holders have attested-their satisfaction in^^ $ucK substantial i ways
in this State Ins increased year by year, until on January 1st,
18,000,000.00. . ?^^^^^^Hil':'>-'-t
lion to the large sums paid jrolic y holders last year, and the liberal
lable on^olicles, the C loaned in the last thrcel or
?le amount on South Carolina, farms. In 1912,. M3, -M4..and MS
tsted.in South Carolina was $903,465.02 in excess of thetotal pre?
iny's iota! Soutii Carolina's investments on December \31st, 19lSj
( t6^2,5?;3,659.55. THAT MEANS KEEPING YO?R MONEY
VME TIME GETTING VALUE RECEIVED.
iE FIGURES THEY SPEAK FOR TEMSELVES
hCash Values.. ..... ..^355,241.55
I Taxes .. ...... .. ... 10,600.54
i&es;.. _.. .. 61,807.42
md PreniiumT-ovn ... .... 348,000;QO
* '* .-.
.. .:|?irS^,'.^V^ . . .. ?218,665.05
tstanduig on S. C. Po; aevpecember 3 f st, 19 ; 5. ,?1,420,030 55
hich ?nay*,i>e' con^ideirea ^ir^V.el^i'ng;* (?J-.S.-C?;? cHna '. ippjOOO.o?
if. ...... ... .... ... . . . . . . 55,000.00
m property-ib^?^n& . -.1 . 953,6oo.oo
??v ............ ... ?2,533;6S9^55:
?gaafc CLYDE S, r^TYISONp 2?s???Ssve.' Sg*s?ia.i:
An?ora on, S. C.