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In the Show Windows Around Town
Theo at ours at $4 and $5
Yon dost1! have to buy if yon don't want to, but wa want
you to be convince tl of the wonderful ?hoe bargain? we are
giving to tiie buying public of this' city and vicinity. No matter
what your need in footwear it will be found at this bufy Bee
Hive in tho latest style by reliable manufacturers.
% Bion F. Reynold's Oxfords for Men-in Glazed Kanga
roo, Tan, Vici and Gunmetal--newest lasts, snappy and gingery
enough for the most fastidious, and at the same time, com
fortable. Compare them with any of the widely advertised
makes at $6 to $7'
Balles- price, the pair ......... ir..
Just Wright Oxfords for Men, new English models--in
Gunmetal and Nut Brown. We have these also in a plfctty
new raised toe,
the pair, only . \........:..
Shoes for every member, o* your family at lowest prices.
"Dodson's ?ver' ?onf.- Vif?ii '-tilti?ot Your
Sltiggfslt Liver Better Ban Calomel
: and Caa ^SalNite, - %
. OiJoniel' mak?8; yon sick; yon lowie
day's work. ?alooTri la .ijufcksilwt and
it saliv?tes: calomel injures your liver.
If you are-billons-/ feel losy, -sluggish
?nd Oil knocked ont, If-your Bowel' are
const Ipated and1 'your ' bead.- aches : or
stomach ls sour, just take a spoonful ot
harmless Dodson's. Liver Tone instead
of using sickening, salivating calomel'.
Dodson's Liver Tone Is real liver medi
cine. You'll know it nest morning, he-,
causo vou .'will wake tip feating ?OiJe,
our liver will'-'be - working* .'.your-. head
ache and diftincsa^gonc, your storiuieh
will W sweet-and,.bowolB reanlar. "Von
will feel like workhig, ! Vpnl? bo ?Ver
ful} ?B? of energy.-vigor and arabllt?n;
' .Tour; druggist or dealer r-'sells yot
50 ?eut . bottlo;.cf Dodson's'-' Liver. To?a
under, ray personal guarantee that it
Will clean your sluggish liver better than
nasly calomel; it-won't maka you sidt
and, you cai? eat anything you want j
without being--salivated.' rYotir druggist j
gtiur?ntee8-that;jj>aeh: spoonful will., atari j
your liver, cl-vin your bowels and:
straighten ? yon'jip by morning or you
j?efc\your money back. Children gladly -
-take -Dodsor.'s Liver -Tone because it is
pleasant tasting ' -and doesn't gripe or
cramp or make them Bick.
I am selling millions ; of, ^bottles." of.
D?dsoVs Liver To^e t?'pebple who liavo
found tliht thia pleasant, vegetable,' liver
medicino? takes the place of; dangerous"
calomel. .Buy one bottle^n'my sound,
reliable guarantee. Ask your druggist.
1 about me.
A UT ru HioiiiB ix mice, eur-"
?.in. a ! l il " ni. ii H'm
l^^pe? With E^^-|>^^^55^^..?? * 'Conv^ ' ".
V* ty j LL1:1U i/'.'.M n'iil m h ^,-"~-^???V ? ??? V'ftfeA ^'f^^i??rii?'m *
MR. G. N, BROYLES
W?Q Known and Highly^Etteora-1
ed Anderson Man
Announcement yesterday morales
in The Intelligencer of the death of
Hr. George Nash Broyles, 201 West
River street, at 2 o'clock, came as a
shock to his ?nany frionds in this
city. ? Funeral services will he held
this morning at 10 o'clock from . the
home and interment will be m?de. In
Silver Brook cemetery. Rev. T. C.
O'Dell, presiding elder ot the Ander
son district of the Methodist church, j
Mr. Broyles death was reported at j
this office JuBt as the paper was go
ing to press yesterday morning, eon-j
soquen tl y on,ly a ?aro notice . con Ul j
Mr. Broyles Was the eldest child of j
*\e Httc-fcr. Willam'ii. ?royle? andi
Mn;. Vary Routh Broyles, and was]
born 57 years ago in Whitefield coun
ty. Ga. He moved to Anderson coun
ty when.quito a young man and spent
practically all of his life boro. Ho
was reared on a farm, but moved to
the city of. Anderson before reaching
his majority,-and was employed as a
clerk in Mr. A. . "B. Towera* store,
which 'was located in kho Kay store
room on the east side of the public
square . He remained with Mr.. Tow
en?-for'three'br four years, and then!
went' to The Bleckl?y company, the j
late Sylvester Bleckiey having decid
ed to take in business with him 12 !
young men of this section. The co I
young men were made partners in tho
business and Mr. Broyjes was one of]
the -12 < He ? remained with this com
pany for several years and then cold j
ont bis interest in the business. He
weat with Gen. C. A. Reed, and for I
15 or 20 years was a partner in Gen.
Reed's business. He remained al
partner in the business until the Reed-]
Piano and Organ company, wan pur
chased by the Reece^Webb company ?
about a year ago.
Mr. Broyles^ practically retired
from-business more than three years
ago because of falling health. . His
health became Impaired about six
years: ago, abd although lie realized
from the very first that he would
recover from the disease, ho bore-bia
suffering stoically abd. uncomplain
ingly. "From time to time his condi
tion would show some Slight Improve
ment ad ho would come.down town
and mingle with . .his friends and
.would spend some time in his office
at Reed's store Several months ago,
however, his maady ' became more
pronounced, and ho remained at WB
home mott of the t'/ne.
Mr. Broyles wa-, a staunch and
loyal member ofxi?t. John's Metho
dist church, end "before his health be
came j Unpaired, he was. a, steward Vox
the church. He was always .inter
ested in church work, and always did
hia share I in the. work. He was also
a . faithful member , of the .Woodmen
bf the World abd the Knights of Py
thias. ..' "... . ' . ; ' r-\-. r
?? Mr. Broyles married. Miss Emilia
Wilson, and abo and two eons and
?ene daughter survive; him. The'chit
?dren iare Mr.; Frank Broyles bli Co
lumbia; : Mr. Joe ' Broyles cf Ander
-spin, i and Miss Kdca Broyles pt .An
derson. He is also survived by his j
mother, who lives with Mr. W.- C\
Broyes on Webb street, and . two
brothers-(Messrs. J. M. "Broyes,
:bf Fork township and W; C. Broyles
of thia city. ,Two sisters-Mrs. Fan
jile Holland and - tmlti Gantt^-are j
dead. Mrs. Gantt died about three I
months ago'lb Townvllle. J
-Ji Mr? Broyles was '?.[ man, ipr/retiring
and modest disposition, always
stood for what was right. He could
always-be counted on t : as . tvelng . on
the: right aid?: ot a question affecting
the good of tho-, city, . county, .and
state, and,:" hh> ' opinions were sound
and wise. Ho. was termed a good elt
The following friends of the deceatf-j
ed will net as pallbeRMra at tb>: ttl?
neral this morning:. Messrs. G. H, j
Geiger? NolBon R. Green, A; W. Kay,)
C- W.- Webb, J. Ii. Sherard and P.
? Vor luis nts and Children
HO PARDONED CONVICTS
ALLOWED IN RANKS OF
THE GEORGIA REGIMENT
Atlanta, Qa., Jane 2'.<. - Members !
ot the Fifth Regiment of the Nation
al Guard ot Atlanta, which left yes
terday for mobilisation camp ai Ma*
con, gave the people distinctly to un
derstand that there are no pardoned
convicts in their ranks.
In granting a pardon a few days
ago Governor Harris casually re
marked that the man receiving tho
pardon could show his patriotic spir
it and li ld <! otc na in LU lo n to become a
good citizen In nb better way than by'
enlisting for service in Mexico. ?
. By some mincon-iiruction the gov
ernor's remark was understood to
mean that convicts who would agree
to enlist in tho National Guard would
be pardoned by the governor, pro
vided the offense' for which -they
were sentenced did not involve mural
Immediately thc-ru was a ."iood ot
?citr-ni to ?ho gtuftrpQi'ff of?.ce fr55S
convicts in various- camps over the
state, one man writing that he com
mitted murder but the Jury only
lound him guilty of manslaughter.
. 'Clemson College, 8. C., June 29,
Five county demonstration agents
In the state arranged for and bad
bought cooperatively, 3,000 . tons of
acid phosphate last spring at fl5,'<i40
to $10 per . ton, delivered. Bill lad
lug attached to draft. This was a'
saving of $2.00 to $2.<5Q per ton over
car ' lot cash prices ' to individuals
and meant a saving Ot not less than
|6,000 to these counties. This ls
a mere beginning.- Each agent
could arrange for' practically all the
fertilizers of the state to be bought
in one lot (through the state mar
keting agent supplied by the U. 3.
department of agriculture, now locat
ed at Clemson Culle-so) tor cash at
minimum prices at a saving of ap
proximately $7,000 lo South Carolina
farmers t . . }'(\
The marketing agent ls now at
work on such A alan tor use In the
'near future. .> '?'' "
Weekly Weather Report. ? _
Following Ia the weather report
for the week ending June 27th:
The week was one of good growing
weather, with frequent raina. ?Mark
ed improvement ls shown In gardens
and pastures. ' On tho other bandi,
the fields have become quite grassy,
and cultivation was. . - being pushed
Wherever possible. - Cotton - was
growing rapidly, but is* ragged in
Spots; tbs crop is blooming In the ex
treme southern counties. Much corn
has .been laid by, -and. .the crop -.ls
toasting In portions of > the southern
counties. Improvement In tobacco
continuos) and' preparations are' be
ing-made, for curing nt. an carly dato,
j S tubble ?? lands are being planted to
swj??t potatoes,. c?fhi' cow peas and
peanuts. i Wild V blackberries aw
plentiful. ' . - :
Attacks Wero Repulsed.
Berlin, June 2D-Fighting on the
western front attained considerable
.violence' at various points yesterday
and last night, the ; war office says,
?British ant' French -attacks ' were re
pulsed "everywhere;.-.'' .
ifotlee Meeting-of Stockholders*
.' The annu?l meeting ot the stock-:
holders of the Perpetual Building &
Loan association,; of Anderson, -.3.
C,t wt?l bo held at Ita office ot the
Bank ot Anderson! ' Anderson, S . C....
Tuesday June 27th, 101?, : -/4'
o'clock p. m.
. R. E.- Itgoa, ?
P. E. Ciinl:ycple??, _ President
NOTICE . FINAl>; SETTLEMENT J
Tho undersigned, administra tor of
the estate of N. K. Bryanty deceas
ed, hereby elves notice that he will
on July '14th, 191?, . at ll o'clock, a.
m., apply to the judge of probate'for
Anderson county for a final settlement
ot said estate' and a discharge from'
hlB office aa administrator.
B. R. BRYANT, Administrator.
Juno 12, ?910.
?785 V ~ ; I L wie
COLLEGE OF. CHARLESTON
. South Caroli?a's Oldest College V
ISSnd Sear Begins September SStb.
'., En t ranee cKam? n at i isis at all tho
county-seats Friday, July 14, at ? a.
m'. .;? .r-. . ?
' ?our-year courses 3 ead to the- B.
A. <?nd B. S. degree. A two-year
pirn-medical course is givsn.
. A free tuition scholarship
i signed to eacL. reunfv of the State.,
> Spacious- bondings andr athletic
grounds, wrJV equipped ; laboratories,
unexcelled library facilities.. .
. ExD0n?e3 moderate. For v
AN ANDERSON WOMAN
? ' . ?
Mrs. X F. Mahoney Says Tantee
Gave Her Health.
NOW EAT ANYTHING
' pi 1 ' 1 ?
"Has Done More For Me Than
Any Other Medicine/*
_. ? ,..
*-". ".? ?
"Tanlac certainly ls a flt system
builder sud general tonic. It has done
more tor me than any other medicino
I have over taken. Tan Inc also is re
sponsible for my-being able to do all
my housework this Spring and Sum
mer without breaking down, as I did
dur!ng the la*H two Springo." With
ot si Harris St., Anderson S. C., an
swered the inquiry regarding the ben
efit ?Tan 1 ac had brought her
Continuing. Mrs. Mahoney talked In
pra'tao of "the master medicino," whiio
her husband listened and nodded in
approval. "I suffered from'indiges
tion'of a very bad form; and my sys
tem generally was In bad shape. I
did not have any desire to eat and
what I did c-vt. caused me so much
pain in the region of my stomach. I
just could not oat meat or greasy
foods, in fact I had not eaten meat in
two years until I began taking Tan-,
lac. , ' ,
"My nerves were in bad shape and
I suffered a grea<t deal with headache
spells. I was weak and had: no ener
gy. .1 would easily become tired, and
each Spring I would get to Where I
could hardly db my housework', '.) I
tried to diet myself, but that did'not
seem to help me. ?f
"I had heard and read ot. Tanlec HO
much I dec!dod to tako It, myself, and
if has proved in my case a fine eys
teni builder and general tonic Be
sides, |.t has broken up. my .ntomach
trouble -and now I can oat anything
without suffering with indegestton.
Tanlac ls the finest medicin? I know
of for ihdegestlon. I can .eat meat
even now, and I did nr? dare to do
so .beforo Tanlac. "'sirensthoued my
"When .1 run talking, with anyone
who suffers v/lth stomach trouble, I
tell them that lt they do not take Tau
lao tor lt ; they should , suffer. ' The
Tanlac certainly broke'up my stomach
trouble right away, and If eel fine now
in every way. Tanlac is the medicine 1
for me if I ever "need any. I can't r.ay
too much, for Tanlac, but I don't say j
lt will raise, the dead, but lt'-wilt re
lieve the; sick, in my opinion. It Is
truly , a great remedy.
V T have a 'lot' of strength and an
ergy now,'and I do not get tired and
feel worn, out si I used to. .' I have,
gained considerable weight, too. I
sure" can recommend Tanlac.
/Tanlac, the master medicino, ls sold
exclusively in Anderson by Evans'
Bowel Complaints In India
\ ; fa a '.' lecture at baa ot the Dea
Moines. Iowa, churches a missionary
from India told of going into the tb*
terlor bf India where he -was taken
Bick, that he had a bottle of Cham
berlain's remedy Chollo and Piar rhona
Remedy . with him and believed that
it save his life. Thia remedy ls
usod: 'successfully tn- India both. as.; a
preveutitlve. and cure for cholera. Toa
?*2.y khow from thia that lt can be
depended upon for the milder' forms
of bowel complaint that occur lu thia
country. ^Obtainable everywhere.
Get to kaow and read intelli
gencer Want Ace and you ' w?l
soon ace they will savo you sn&ny
a dottax end get yon what you,
1 have just rolled out a carload of ?
GOOD OLD MITCHELL WAGONS
Known as the "Monarch of the Road," a wagon with a
record, having been manufactured and giving satisfaction
continuously since 1834, or for 32 years.
All sises sud every sin?,
at the righi prie?
And if you're thinking of buying ? Buggy I am equally as *
well prepared to serve you. Brockway, Hackney,'; Wash*
ington, Delker Bros., and Kentucky.
Prices And Terms li sait
Fred G. TribMe
Successor to Davis Bros.
; West Beaton Si.
Complete stock of Harness, L&psrohes, Wftfps, etc.
y ELGIN WATGtiEjS ?
It ls ? well taiown tact that Keeaa'o Stare- is' ?s^p^^ia? .:Jew?fe
establishment in Anderson. Our prices are always much lower
on account of our large out-put. ,
We offer for Friday and Saturday the followingJtems. .Price then*j
elsewhere and .you will admit they are bargains.
Atkin Lambert . 14-k Gold Points. They are n?t: . /
$2.50 pens, Our Price . * ....... v7Sc?-'Wmi
7-J Elgin, 20-yr Wadsworth case, 16 size .vv.'^v??^;a^0?<'
^7-J Elgin WatchY 20-yr Wadsworth Case;* 16 size $10.00
Krementz one-piece Collar Buttons'.........'IIC^Bp^
Krementz one piece Gold Shell LlnkV pair .^YS?S;
Sterling Silver Thimbles^ each ..-,>....... .....,'.yS?'
\ ?0UB JE WELKES .-tWBBm^^^?
Style --Value -tdw <-$?ri??fr
1 ?????? ' Thesis three* greaVneccssUici m 1
a '4^5? clothing are talked'about by evr ;.?^^^-.;.
1 ^HfM V But here is . what 1 hive.- tot :$m)t? 1 :?;
1 J$^3*t%\/Ju A about them. - , , . ;: g .
1 k??w/jff - I c?nH promise y?? the sun and S.
?ITSSK fW - the" moon in return for your a
?Vffl&2pft Safe money, for ! 'arti', no philaiiihro-jg.
? Bm 7 ABRL* :'platband jam obliged to make a |. ....
.I?) IB Hr* But 1 can promise you this-"-! |
S?? iH mt0^ ?ive y?u tetter value -for less fi
p^' , money, than you'll find most.!
-rs? ff\ v^^ ' ? ?. For proof, see thl'??ew- SC?ol S :~f:
a m ? v ' Kloth Stats that t.&riijseiilnhr for . >I> .
Wp; ; ' And the Mohairs arid'Scr^s at ' i
H " 6f . WO, $?^0 an? $l& i '-.'. ??
?.'itowii i i i, ii li n, i ?u ? liirtww-i ,i i^fo??aK?iiiiii?i,aMiiiA^ ,
istabiisliect ^^^^^^^^ j ^
hat 90 per: cent ! of\?i? H^?re:-Troubles?" such as Blow pui^a .
["read Looseness, Sand BKsfers,Etc, are caused byv negated |
:ufc an4 Injuries/ They admit moisture to the car?a^n? c^Use S
hejr?bf?c to rot ahb^ w?itk^^-t?iey allow san?t anftlT^ ti? be-v j ;
ome imbedded In ^ s '; j
?ense with an Aifca^Vu^ tho^cut? and In?:X%
uries^anywhfcrev on trie ;oatt or at bom?,-15:'mfou^;^tth^|J
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