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title: 'The intelligencer. (Anderson, S.C.) 1915-1917, June 16, 1916, Page PAGE EIGHT, Image 8',
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Our Want Ada aro alwayH in thc
public oyo. They arc Boen hy tho
hanker and the day lab'ver, thu
big nalary mun nnd thc dork, the
cash girl and tho experienced sten
ographer. They reach thom all
Intelligencer Classified Ads bring
what yon want when you want lt
They one on the Joh 24 hours each
day and bring far better returns than
any other quarter you can Invest.
Wo Ult the Nail on tho head
every limo when lt comos to results
in Want Ads Try ono yourself
When In need of help of any kind)
thc Classified Columns of The In.
tolllgencer will many times put you
In touch with desirable persons who
take the Inialire hud advertise fer ai
AlwayB on top with reaultB. Try
one of our Want Ads and watch tho
Results spin your wsy.
If ' that cook of washerwoman has
left you In the lurch yon may find
a better one through the Classified
Columns of The Intelligencer. De?
slrnblo office help likewise can be
obtained through theso columns.
* That Ring True with Results.
Everything for everybody. Posi
tion?, Homes, Tenants, Stores,
Dargalna. Try ono'tomorrow. .
Hayfcs JG?? R?'?J nskl'ig yourself a
ques?cn tishi BOW that a classified
ad ls?. The Intelligencer would answer |
Tho Key to tSueceeaftl Classified
fled Advertising Columna. Thoy'll
op?u tho door to just what you
Real est?te-year real estate-ts!
not on the': market until It la sdvor-'
tined. Ton know thai lt Is fer sale?
J;ut. your-probable, buyer gets Jais In
formation from the advertisement*.
1 A crowning success arte'our
Classi?ed /Ada,1 Ttwy bring th*:
.rciiiiUs-eot; you anything you j]
w<?nt.. ;. "..',. . .
Vto&?t that is! testable Is most
quickly restahie through classlf
a*r^r*?s??tt'ent3?. : ? ?a#ese yon jtry
lt OUt .
Points the tv ay td bettor, pbsl
tlbne-to I-fceiterporkers.--. \ ..:;^^g
..v v Three Inserijov.s of Op earn* ad;
^t/consecA^ijf?daye for tbs price
;^i^^^s^^;^f4'psid in , adr
.?star. b?A weald -s?^*. * gee* d*al !
of a?V?rt?sJafc w??Ma!*; Ht
WILL PROBABLY BL HELD
IN GROVE AT BEUNA
First Meeting Will Be Held In
Spartanburg On Tuesday
To Erect Stand
"Although wc have made no de
finito arrangements for Hie ?tate
campaign speaking in Andoraon,
Juno 21, lt is very likely Unit thc
meeting will bo held in the /rove
nt Beuna Vista park," stated Mr. C.
H. Tolly, chairman of tho county ex
ecutive committee who has this mat
ter in charge.
Last your tho meeting WUB hold on
tho plaza eaBt of the court house but
Mr. Tolly thinks this place not desir
able for several reasons. Tho main
reason is that thore In no plano for
tho crowds to be seated and another Is
that there ?><-, no : tr ^d ?or tho speak
ers and the newspapermen. Ho stat
ed yesterday morning that if .tho
meeting was held at tho park a suit
able stand would be orocted es ''would
also some scats for tho people to sit
on. If lt is raining the meeting will
havo to be held In tho court house.
The state campaign opcim in
8portanburg on next Tuesday, June
20. On Wednesday tho candidatos
go to 'Greenville; on Thursday
Plckcns; on Friday to Walhalla and
on Saturday they come to Anderson.
Mr. Tolly will go to Greenville :on
Wednesday and at that time will t ry
to find, out the order of tho speak
ers and tho time allotted to each.
This will be published no that the
people may be better informed as to
tho mc et hu; in Anderson.
A. large number of Andoraon pep
pin' will go'to Spartanburg on thc
opening day Of the campaign. There
is always more than usual interest In
tho first meeting because at this time
tho candidates generally ; express
thomselvtss on certain issues.
LAW VERY SlfnlLAR TO
ONE MIS STATE
JAS. N. PE?RM?N HAS RE.
TURNED FROM VISIT IN
? " ' ? ' v ?1 -
Land Titles There Waa Studied
by Him-Lav/ Becomes Ef?.
fective here Joly 1st
Mr. Ja a. N. Pearmau, clerk of
court...'returned yesterday ' from Chi-?
?ago: whore he had been to familiar
ize h im ?'.elf with tho methods ot re
gistration of land titles, the. law
thore being similar to the Torrens
system which is to become effective
in-South Carolina, July 1?
"The law in Illinois ls optional
with the counties and cJso with the
hull vidual?," stated Mr.. Pearman
yostorday. ''Only ono co?niy, Cook
county of which Chiotgo ls tho
county, seat; bas tho law. It ' was
adopted there, about 14 years ago and
hits proven very successful. Tho
clerk nf Court there has worked ont
a system that ha? boon very satis
"Tho law in Illinois ls about the
same aa tho}one which becomes bf
?Cotlvo hore tho first ot next month."
continued Mr. peirman. "The owner
of t ho hind munt get a t muser int to
title1 ?rid 'then, mako application for
tho titlo to ho registered. Tho clerk
of court turns this over to tho es
a m I uer ot titles, which has to ...ile
appointed by him,, and this exami
ner makes a thorough. lnvesUgattcin
of tho title. Ho then reporto his
tradings to the court : and 'If erery
thlng la satisfactory the clerk is
sues a certificate of registration.
Tao crtgthal certificate is kept in the
book and is tho official r?cord. A
duplicate ia given tho holder of the
titlo. Tho certiilcate cohtalria a de*
?oVlptio? of tho land.
y; *>XMs system j?t land.-registration
?nah?es anyone to look into a title
to ?so lt li ls clear arid "whoa a mortv
g.go or encumbrance ia placed-'tin.
s land it ls noted, on the origin^
certificate. ???? v.-A glasee -:at: ri'-'page.
shows one whither It is clear or
Tas tsKik?mtion of ttttta undor
this system in Benth Garald le ra?-,
.aorisl with : t^e .indlyldu?i? * .v?<^ mari"
in Anderson county, ? Mr. : A. J.
Smith, ha? already mano application
,to'":-KftVe '.his lan* -reitUtfered/ andar
this system, :. , ... : ,. ' r.:
i ?BAt?H ines, WHITE
MrSv Mary Arin tlftue. age W years
dWd \?t ?.b.sr .home,. m..j?iedni?mv
street;?'.'? -?ride?nri v' milli. '-. yi?ter??r
fttfptfV - She < W~ survived ?fee
ds?gfiter, Mrs. ?Ma Bolt, both ot tp*
Awrt?^n??l? The funeral ssr
vi?oii wUV. be hold to^ay^acd., laier
moat will -be madok in ?Rrvr : Brook
ANDERSON MEN RAVE RE.
TURED FROM WASHING.
TON. D. C.
To Knoxville, Tenn., WU! Prob,
fibi? be Run and Will be
Open to Farmers and all
MoHsrs. 8. M. Byers. M. B. Fitz
gerald and Furman Smith have re
turned fruin Washington, D. C.,j
where they Went Saturday for the j
purpose of conferring with officials
of tho Southern railway about a pro-j
posed farmert/ excursion to Knox-'
viiloi and other points in Tennessee.
Tho dato of tho excursion, if arrang
ed, will probably bo August 7, and
may stop over at Nownort. a canning
contort and Morristown, a great poul
,it will be run so that those going
"Although not altogether satisfac
tory, our trip was a profitable ono,'.'j
stated Mr. Pyara yostorday. "We'
conferred with Mr. M. V. Richards,
land abd Industrial agont for the
Southern, about the proposed trip and
he manifested much interest. We.
wore not ablo 'by-arrange as low rato'
as we ? exp?ctcd and this matter bas
been left open. Mr. W. E. Medac,
district passenger agent -with head
quarters in Columbia, will probably
be in Anderson tomorrow or next day
to soe about thc question of rates.
The officials in Washington offered us
fairly good rates with stop over pri
vileges, hut they were not low
They proposod that Mr, McGee ar
range for 9 special exenrsion open
Ito all wi.'n *? low roundtrtp rate, and
lt may be that, this matter* will be
W. ll. HARTON COMING
Will Wake Address at . Hunters
Spring Club Tonight.
Mr. 3. M. Byars yesterday re
ceived a letter from Mr. , W. H."
Barton, assistant state agent, Btating
that ho would arrlvo In Anderson
this afternoon to attend tho meeting:
of Huners' Spring Agricultural club!
thia evening which is to be held in !
tho Centervillo school house. ? 'Mr. j
Barton is a soil export and many ipi
that section aro vory anxious to hear
him. Mr. Byars will also made an]
Tho .meetinjr tonight ought to bo
especially well1 attended. Everyone*, ;
whether member of not, la invited io"'
bo present. j
CisAiditF. mriip.Y J
Funeral Sorviecs Ile Reid This Af
Mr. Charllo Richey, ago 42- years,'
diod at his hotne nt 22 Mitchell street, j
FiryerBtde mill, yesterday morning ot ;
1 o'clock. Ho ls Burvlved by a wlfo.
and four children. Interment will
be rn?d?'ht Silver Brook cemetery.
thi? afternoon at 4:30 p. mr, to
day. ',; . J
B?v. J. 7}. ? nr.wnjH Appointments, j
Rev. .Ti T.' Mann will' nroach "at
Mt. Tabor church near Pcndloton,
next Sunday morning ' ot eleven,
o'clock, and' at' Fftnt'a Grove on samo
day at 3:20; p, m. " j
o?ate coated Nuts-3, 2 or 3
lb., packages, Vanilla and Tot.
? FruiHi fcc. > Owl? Drug Co. [
It is not our . infini
"words,. ''M'n's. Furnish
tain they were ttevo
more that?vthey are dc
? wc. uso'thom to coyer .
.Neckwear,: Shirts, Coll
And wo say this,]. .Mei
bu: after duo del ibo ra tl
a dash and a breeze ubi
to a hundred or moro i
prices' V>re ns low as a
See. us , about your 1
?tOoVr:|f 'ifOU'/ WUttt Ci
WHERE HE ASSUMES MAN.
MRS. J. T. PICKERS
Has Taken Charge ol St. James,
Formerly Occupied By
Mr. Jas. C. Preaslcy left yesterday
morning for Columbia where he be
comes manager of the Colonial, hole',
one of the best known hostelries in
thc state. Mrs. Prossloy... will. Join
her husband In Columbia a little la
.Mr. Pressley has been.running the
St. James lintel in this city for a lit
tle more than a year. The hotel has
been rory successful under his
management and it i& with re;;rot
that many, seo him go to Columbia.
He was tendered the position as
manager of the Colonial hotel a fow
days ago'and at once began to make
- -Mrs. Nellie T. Piekens took chargo
of the St. James yesterday add the
first meal under her management
was soryed last nignt. She- form
erly conducted a pince in the build
ing known as the St. James hotel, it
being known at that timo as Tho
Picken:! house. Since that she has
been in tho boarding house business.
MrB. Pickenr, ls considered ono of
the best in this.Iln cto bo found any
where. She la noted far and wide
for tho splendid ? meals sh? serves
sind the general excellence of every
thing fanout . th establishment of
which she has charge. It goes with
out saying that under her manage
ment tho ?'.. James will not lack fdr
patronage and that those who are
so fortunato -in to bo bet* guests Will
be provided tor In the best of fash
Mr. 8. Ii. Bulles .to Bo TVIth Mr. J
> E. tSsdl?r.
Mr. S. L. Bailes-, who has been
connected with the Deo Hive, haB ac
cepted a position with Mr. J. E.*
Sadler, automobile agent, and will be
with him in tho .soles department.
Mr. Dallos formerly worked with
Mr. Sadter and la'an experienced au
to salesman. -, . ? . .
Try a bos ot ^urmaUy's Choe.
?late coated Nutar-trl, 2 br 3
lb., packages. Vanilla and Tut.
? Fruitli Ice. Owl Drug Co.
6 Beel Mutual Masterpiece
PROP. C. Ii. SMITH
In j his. wonders of Ilypaotf sm and
Handcuff Escapes. Bring, your
I Mr. Mst Mnrrny .Tflll stng ?IBO.
?tou to overwork thei
Inga," but lt ts c**^
r'called upon to ?io
)lng in - thia sd when
our showing of I tata,,
i,' not accidentally -?
oh. v There's a Bwlng, :
out the stuff that you
-it stands right ?p;
Ul . the time-i-and oar?
n?^? them. . ? :?t\
j. L MURPHY VISITOR
.?TILL CONFIDENT ELECTRIC
RAILWAY WILL BE
I And io Probable Financial Ar.
rangements Will be Made in
Mr. J. li. Murphy of Atlanta, pro
motor of the Andorwon-AUaRta el**!
trlc raliway, waB a visitor in tho city
yesterday morning having come over!
in an automobile with Meas.H.
Wright and Adget. -Tho porty re
mained only a few hours and lett
shortly af tear noon.
"Everything ls coming along nico-j
ly," stated Mr. Murphy, "and I am!
still confident that the road will be (
built. T**? prolhninary survey has^
about bi .i completed and it . looks'
especially well. I have Just run ov
er for a little while and thore is
nothing -much to say except that ev
erything ia getting along splendid
Mr. Murphy was asked about the
final arrangements and stated last
Mr. Atkinson of Atlanta was in the
cast at present and that he would (
probably seo about this mattor while j
there. "Mr. Atkinson always puts
things through all right, and I be
lieve that will be the case In this
instance," concluded Mr. Murphy.
?j 'M ij t, i_?? _U
"Brlghtcsi Spot la To wa"
"The Heart of Nora Flynn"
THE TEXAS QUARTETTE
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FriccB 5c and XOc.
BETTER KIND OF MOVIES
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You a lot in ; North Aride
a mon'.? < reasortabl? erl
To build you a horrt? -ha
''.'Whether or n?t ^ii^>jf?;
Whether br ?idi?'^th?t?
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. J j 4 ? : f - ? , . .-" ? . 'a '
the city shoe man--or rather, the man
who makes city shoes--sent us anoth. ? ?-r
. er case of those soft black kid Pumps |
which we sell at V
-and for five dollars there's not a bet.
. ?I ter piece of footwear made, mighty
few quite so good. If you have tired
feet and wish a restful, comfortable,
serviceable ano* stylish pump, try these;
they are all you cb?ld.desire,
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It's about a stone's thro\/;;| ;'^g;' -
, north of North Anafirson. . ggl-:,-.
rson for $10 ci?h and'^^O i '.' ;?fs, '
ough^ eh? ) ( .? \ y '-Ss '.
;':\-; li's where Dr.;a?d ^^^
v- holm recently b&ug?,i . . ;gjj
if you wart* a .little : :moreV?' *jjfj|:
? " HU 1 land, than you fed^auliiftn ' ? |B|*feV;
t? afford-io.buy m-Horth An.
'. d?rson^ this might to Mie .; ; IS '
accept thfc pfffr. , . j bi?. ' ^