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lUTarlaqky loads tc .???er??complication?. It li
frequency fallowed br chronic Indigestion, gas
i rills, rheumatism, and pernicious iruemta. The
blood im Impoverished of the life sustaining
goaUMSJand tb? weary victim la afflicted with ,
ons enr?le Ul after annih?r. until, e rrcct of
bis 'orin-???,apjf. be draga out a sorry existence as
* wretch? invalid.
Fay That Cures
-. blood, which will then supply
iry food for tho nor?ea. gitlog them,
rigor io maintain their funttlone.
JO circle inf?, all th? procesaos
if are brought up to normal, and the
mad? io feel well.
. Person's Remedy
Purifies th* Wood, j
lon Person's Waaacdy
Steadier thc Nerves.
foo Person's Remedy
Ru (oreg flt? Digestion.
undrads o? your neighbors testify to these
__J. Tast lt yourseir-that's the surest way.
i oar druggist ought to baye lt, If be cannot
supply you. send bis name aud a dollar to the
ROWDY SAUTS CORPORATION,
Charlotte, North Carolin*.
MrtsJet Penen'? Wash SagfJM
nectloD wlih the Remedy for tho cure or
?ores ?od the relief of Inflamed and con
gested surfaces. It ls especially valuable to
women, and should always be used for
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I brm, toled with Bia? Ribbon.
- ^rm known ?x lint, S???st.AliririRtli?tl?
SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE
talc? atop hens laying
and check tho growth cf
young; birds: You ossa
eairilrsrer.ri?af all lice,
mita*and vermin with
Paftws whatltutaa^tiiSrt tm Watt*; y*
, SaAikfnetlon Cu&rsntacd or MOMT B>ik
Vor Bale by- *
Pouche Drug Co., Anderson, S. C.
W. II. Harrison, Anderson. S. C.'
W. A. Power, Anderson, S. C. -
Evana' Pharmacy, Anderson. S. C.
Peoples' Grocery Ck?., Anderson, 8. 0,1
Anderson Cash Orcce. Anderson. 8. C |
M. M. Bluster, Pendleton. 8. C. 3303
Frierson's Pharmacy, Belton, 8. C.
Why we want
Do you realize that a hundred
small accounts make a bank
stronger than a dozen large ones
Jj even If they aggregate the same
total ot depositar
That's why we are constant
ly seeking new customers. We
wnnt as wide a circle of friends
and customers aa possible.
Of course, large accounts are
welcome, too, for lt la our pur
pose to serve ALL people.
But we want moa and women
of limited means to know that
this bank l? willing to accept
their deposits and give them tba
advantage ot our advice and ev
ery facility of the institution.
If YOU are not a bank deposi
tor at all come in and gat ac
quainted with us. We will ne
glad, to talk things erar
SWEET POT?TOl PLANTS
Nancy Hall, Golden Beauty,
and Porto Rico Yarns. 1 will
sell them on South Main street.'
Orders fisted and. s*???p?? feit*
Florida to any point. Plants and
full count guaranteed.
.R. P. SASSARD, Anderson, S. C
* TT0ES8? AX LAW*
?WWWQ?'? f. ft -'_
Vi", .^ /
Quite a Fine Reception Given On
the Opening Day In Wash
ington-Elections On Hand
Washington, A|>ril 20.-More than
two thousand patriotic women, de
scendants of patriot? who fought for
American liberty filled the big* audito
rium of the American Continental
hall herc Monday, when Mrs. William
Cumming Story, of New York, presi
dent general, called to order the twen
ty third annual meeting of the Daugb.
tera of the American Revolution.
Representatives from every State
in the country, with Its 1.377 chapeara
[ which axe members ot thc organisa:
tiou, were in their seats at the open
ing of the meeting, which will contin
ue throughout the wesk. The bright
uniforms of the United States Marine
band gave a touch of rich color in thc
hall filled with beactifclly gowned wo.
vice-President Marshall greeted the
Daughters at the formal opening of
their session this afternoon. The
morning session had been devoted sim.
ply to roll call and reports of the cre
dentials and program committees.
"Our Glorious Banner," was the march
which the Marine band chose to start
the congress on its patriotic way, and
this was followed a little later In the
afternoon program by "The Stars and
Stripes Forever." Right Reverend
Alfred C. Harding, Protestant Episco
pal Bishop of this district; gave the
invocation. In addition to the vice
President, other' prominent omelets
who welcomed tho Daughters were.
Secretary Daniels of the Navy; Sena
tor Works of California; John BarretL
director general of the Pan-American
Union, and Rogers Clark Ballard
Thurston, president general 'of the
Son? of the American revolution.
ss?s. Sic ry, . pr Saide??* ' aeitern? . of
the organization, wah loudly applaud
ed when she arose to delger her an
nual* address, which redibatf tuc prog
r?s mado by tfee ocicty during the past
year, and paid a tribute* to Ito many
activities along patriotic . Imo.
The important events in thc con
greso this week will be the election of
ten vice-presidents, one half of the
entire number, to succeed those whose
terms have expired!. The voting for
these wlll.be on Thursday. Thc ad
ministration candidates are Mrs. Jo
seph Wood, New York; Mrs. George
H. Miner, Connecticut; Mrs. George
Smallwood, District of Columbia; Mrs.
Alvin Lane, Texas; Mrs. Charles II.
Davis, Minnesota; Mrs. C. C. Abbott,
New Ham pah ire; Mrs: .Edmund FV
Nooli Mississippi; Mrs. T. Bradford
Prince, ? New Mexico; Mrs. John H.
Leary, Washington, and Mrs. William
H. Crosby. Wisconsin. In addition two
hou?r?rv vtae:pre8ldent generals will
be chesrdt *o fill vacancies paused b?
death. . ....
No i.-ejident g?n?ral ls elected thia
year, Mrs. Story Bervhrg. antik next
The President, and M ra. Wilson will
receive thc Daughtv?. afc the White
House Wednesday afternoon. Tonight
the Daughters were elven a reception
by Mrs. Story at Continental Hall. In
honor of two past'presidents of the
??scr'*S?&?& ?Uc have died during
the past year, both of them' ft so. hap
pens, bavins been wives st vic e-pres
iden ?a of th? l.?aUed Stetes. Mrs. A?
lal E. Stevana^ ana s?.a. Charles"W.
Fairbanks, memorial exercises will be
held tomorrow afternoon. Mrs. Ste
venson was president general from
1803 to 1895 and from'1906 to 1808;
Mrs. Fairbanks frdrn 1001 to 1005.
Presentations of state flags ? from
virtually every state bx tba country,
which will be used in the decoration
of the auditorium of Continental Hall,
will be the features of Friday night's
program, when addresses wiri be made
by Janies H, Preston, mayor ol Bal
timore and president of the Star Bea
gled. Banner Centennial Commission;
which ls planning a c?l?bration next
September ot the one hundredth anni*
versary of the writing of the famous
National air: Other speakers will bc
Edwin ItMeM, fariner governor of
Maryland; A . Barnevent Bi boina and
Robert R Lee, of the Centennial Com
mission ; and i. S. elaboro, repre
senting the Sons of the An?erican Re
volution and. she. Bona ?r.HevOlotlon.
The same evealsw there w Bf od pre
sented a bust ot Hugh Verana Wash
ington, a descendant of Washington,
which wm be unveiled by Mrs. El
eanor S. WasWrgton Howard or this
etty. There wS be an s H res? by Dr.
J. G. & Bullock ot thia etty, president
ef jUie Order of Washington
Report* ot notm-pous- committees,
including those ea re?atntivasry re?
lea, patriotic edhcpt^Vs^fAs^n I
nervation of historic spotc, dece^athMs
of tho flag, genealogical rese^rph. in
ternational peace arbitration, and the
ceutennary celebration St tts treaty
of intent, aro to be presented and also
reparta of various officer*. Numero na
social mneuoDH lu honor of the prom,
inont state, and national leaders in
the work olj& se ?ie,by wUl be seat
tered throujgfthe? week.
Csstf sM^ W t^tVe^ ' .
"'- .? " . .
Tao much ear? cannot be used ta SSH.
IcctWg a cough medicine for children,
ttvseouid be ple?bant to take, contain
no harmful eaMtiaoe and hrf more af
fectaal- CT*?eeer?atn* cougal re***
dy meets thrse i^irsmekta sad ls a
favorite with mothers ot young call,
dren?rerywhers. Por saM by Evans*
Froleri?! Haad^T^fW?ae? F.*? o
maddie of the afternoon: those watch*,
lag dh the ships observed thrmtgh
their glasses a large forco of Mexicana
moving over tba bins in the western
Hf ?tegM?J?, Trttimwt and Curt
KV TREATISE OK TUBERCULOSIS
By F?EE*AN HALL, M. O.
TM? ??ramble medical book tells lo plw simple
.??auar? bow Tuberculosis can be ?irai m your
pyra ?oiiie; Ir. rou know o? any ono auflerinz lion?
Tobrtrulos??, Osjarrt. Bronchitis. Asthma or any
fti^tJLST ?S*. ?W?0*. ?y arc yours?ll aOlctrd.
ttua book Irin help yon. KTen If you are In th?
advanced etat* ol the disease and feel there ls no
bop?, lt will Instruct yon boa- others, with Its aid,
curad themselves arlar all remedies tried had tailed,
.od they believed their case hopeless.
" Write at one? Co the Yonkermaa Co"
Sosa S I.. Kalamazoo. Ul rfc., tear ??UJ t?
.?aval yo? fha book by return mall FRLfc 1
aJsoa aaaaro?Msuns>tyef the new Treatment ~ .
aatutair Fr**, for, they want you to have thia
wonder!ol laMfdy before lt ia too last. Don't walt
.Ria UtiZI' I* may astas the urina nf T. KLL
outskirts of tile city, apparently witli
tho intention of flanking a bataillon
of marines in the railway yunis.
Instantly the five inch guns of thc
Prairie belched forth, breaking the
Mexican formation and causing a re
treat. This ended the flanking move
Found a Cure for Bheams-tfrai.
"I suffered with rheumatism for
two years and could not get my right
hand to my mouth for that time,"
writes Lee L. Chapman, Mapleton.
Iowa. "I suffered terrible pain so I
could not sleep or lie still at night
Five years ago T began Using Cham
berlain's Llnim?nvjfa*d In two months
i was weil- au?^t have . not suffered
with rheumatism, ulnco."-For sale by
SENATOR FALL'S SPEECH
Attucks Carotherm the American Be?,
sen tat ITO Wita Yilla'* Army. ~
(By Associated Press.)
Washington. April 211.-In the de
bato in the senate. Senator Fall of
Now Mexico, who has attacked the ad
ministration's watting policy hereto
again assailed the policy of friendli
ness to Villa.
Senator Fall declared that George
R. Carothers, special representative
of the state'departtnon with tho army
nf Villa, is a business partner of tbe
Madero family, and said no true judg
ment of condition? In that army
could bo formed on information from
"I say to you that the president of
tba .United States ls - uninformed - or
misinformed aa to conditions in Nor
thern Mexico, or he would not have
hold out: tbe hope to them, that he
would form ah alliance with these
Senator Fall reviewed a list of out
rages by Villa against American prop
erty holders In Mexico. He declared
thait the United States stood aa a
"fence ofr the burglars of Nortehrn
M&X'iCQ." ll-j Sccliied ?CtlOU UfeUi?ht
Huerta would not relieve- conditions
In Northern Mexico.
An effort to fix a vote for 1 n'rlook
was uneuceesssmiy made Bhortiy after
aleven by Senator Kera.
Look to Your Plumbing.
You know what happens in a house
in which the plumbing is in poor con
dition-everybody in the bouse is lia
ble to contract typhoid fever or some
other fever. The digestivo: organs
perform the same functions in the hu
man body as the plumbing does for
the house, and should be kept In first
class condition from time to time. If
yon have and trouble with your di
gestion take Chamberlain's Tablets
and you are certain to get quick re
lief. For sale by Evans' Pharmacy.
New Orleans. April 1 ?.-Cotton waa
under considerable pressure last week
but displayed some resistance to sail
ing and good recuperative power. It
was mainly a weather market. The
market felt tbq effects of last week's
cold, wave and on the close, was ner
vous over promised heavy rains an
Sunday. The net change rf prices lbr
the week was a loss of 15 to 17 points.
Statistically, the market was strong
last week, aa mill takings Were rory
reTSs .MU tr.e nui*e??vpi m?o s ?ghi
small while stocks in the Interior
j showed marked shrinkage.
Thia woafa Ou* market will pay more
attention to weather ' bulletins .thaw
to any other factor. The earliest sec
tions of the belt-will be eagerly
: watched with the ?lew of getting a
line on the early movement of the
new crop. Receipts during Auguet,
this y??? tri!! bs cf i~portar.cz be
cause' of the bid crop situation.
I.'! M : ii ? H i J , i i ai I I I III ll!
HOW FRENCH PEOPLE
? CURE STOMACH TROUBLE
A household remedy of the French
WJI*'!''!. ??*hhag of par? regetsbis
aila and asid to potasa? y cwjh i fur ispiti
in the (restaient of stomach, ttvur and
hitwtinar US???, has bf? introduced
itt iSits countrytty Georg?jg. haayr, who
ra.wn mnA .StaTajM -2-^-k *~ ?j;
sWShuiu catea, and many people ?rio
have tried it declare they sever bearii
. ad anvtfeiotj to sre'dace sock taSaarbslfa
F isastta ia so short a time. It 1?-fte?.Wa
[- 3 Mayra Wonderful IWanVattSEK
NEW YORK STATESMAN SAYS
IT IS NO TIME TO
TORCH IS LIGHTED
Crowded Gallerte? Asa Silent As
Sanators Discus* Gravant
(By Associated Press)
Washington, April 21.-An air of
excitement and grave concern pervad
ed the chamber when the senate re
convened at 8 o'clock tonight.? The
crowdqd galleries and the floor were
alive with the news that four Ameri
can marines had been killed and 201
wounded in the taking of Vera Crus.'
The big crowd of spectators sat in
silent attention as the roll was called.
On the floor the senators gathered
lp little groups and discussed ghc
meager reports printed in extra edi
tions of the newspapers. Scores of
house members were on the senate
floor, joining in the exalted gossip.
Senator Root opened the night ses
sion with a speech.
"I shaft not prolong tho debate," he'
said, "for I believe that whatever ac
tion we take ought to be taken to
-'ny. There should be no further de
"As Senator Root began, the Brit- ]
ish bassador, Sir Cecil Spring-Rico
took a placo in the diplomatic gal
Senator WOOL said the foreign rola- |
lions committee resolution, while
omitting the name of Huerta, made Ul
plain that it was directed against |
him. He expressed the "highest re
gard for the president and the highest j
confidence in his purposes.**
"But we are not asked to express I
pur confidence in him," he continued.
"We are asked as a part of our duty j
here, to declare a certain course- of |
action in certain conditions to ba 'jus
tified.' We are called on to- do our
duty to the hundred million people
of this country and our duty to;'-tba
The resolution Senator Root said,]
called for "forceful armed compulsion [
nf tho de facto government -of s
friendly nation to make amends. foi
B? insult to the fla? of thiSi&suiQry*
"Wo cannot justify this" be Bald,
"on our confidence la tba ifisaldept.
We must justify ourselves before the
conscience of tbs. people_oX J
try and before the eyes
Used world. Whs* ls t?
lion? Mark you, I do not say
no justification. I ask what'
Senator Root reviewed the Tampico I
Incident as the avowed "justification" !
by the president. He said' thc fhcD
lent was an 'insult to oar flag."
"But sir," he said, "amenda wert
Immediately made. The officer who
made the arrest, waa himself arrested:
The commandant at Tampico apoloj- j
glzed. These amend? were not satis- !
factory to tee cosrsasum itt the |
American vessels ssa us demsndc- g j
Balute to the flag.
Senator Root said he agreed that I
tho ame*?!* were not sufficient ss|
coming from "a defacto government,"
although they would have been suffi
cient coming from an individual.. "Ii
a dispute arose," he said, "as to de
tails ot further amends, the customary
and usual incidents surrounding suen
"This waa the matter Ia dispute be-1
tween this government ana the de
facto go ve rnm ont of Mexico, and this
is the justification upon which the
resolution now before the senate is
"We learn tonight that Vera Crus
has fallen; that four marines He
?ead; that 20 Ue suffering from
wounds. Is thara nothing else but
thia dispute of the number of guns
the form and ceremony of. a salute to
Justify the sacrifice of the American
"Deeply as tho president desire? to
irait the scope of bis ac Uno-?he
maintenace of peace, history suggests
that once lighted, the fires of our war
cannot be quenches at will. What
ls the result of these incidents no
man can tell. Men willi die-men ?sae
to us will die because of the action
ire are to toke tonight. American
homes will bo desolate, American
children will go through life father
less because of the action we will
take tonight and when they turn back
the page to find why fathers died, are
they to find thai ft waa about the
?umber of guns br the form of salute?
"We. the representative* of the
great democracy that arises'itself be
fare the world that democracies can
ll* ?v?xxnlul mw jmit. ?t t?iwt - ^
tification that we can lay before tho
world, before the Judgment seat of
history, except a dispute about the
number of ganat"
Senator Root asked what would be
done If some tn di Seat had occurred ta
ut Bncllah. Preach or German port.
He said that any such, dispute could
be settled by peaceful negotiation*.
"K tats dispute waa all." lae said,
there saouls be no difficulty t* .seek
ing a peaceful conclusion;
"lt tats bs ail, bow caa we Justify,
hs ear arrogance, our pissant ajltttsss
toward bankrupt, weak, des Darias
ttssi?s. If ?lis bc all? but this U sot
all. It is sui. ali- There is a reatta?
American uniform, Ike American gar.
er II men t.. It is Kai? that that make?
necessary demand that pablic respect
be made the Hag of ike Called Slate?.
.^There is ear ju?tl"ieatlen. Ii I? a
Justification lying not la Victoriano
Huerta or In his conduct alene, bnt
In the universal conduct of affairs in
Mex leo. and the real object to be at
fained ls net the gratification of per
sonal pride; lt ls not the HatlNfactiou
of a government ur an admiral, lt IN
the desire et thc Tutted States to
protect its citizens ander these eon*
Tension in thc chamber in crean ed
as Senator Root, In a voice that sank
lower and lower, reached his conclu
sion and pleaded for greater justifi
cation than a "mere dispute over the
forma! ceremony of a-salute."
"If we omit from this resolution
that we are to pass here tonight," ho
ssld, "the matters Included in the sub
stitute preamble, we omit the real
reasons behind the action. On tho
facts In the resolution SB reported by
the committee, we would bc everlast
ingly wrong. On the facts In the sub
stitute wc could rest before the world
and before history, secure."
Heed Takes Floor.
As Senator Root took a seat a sigh
swept over the chamber and was lost
In a chorus of whispered comente,
that was stilled by the gavel of Sena
tor Lewis in the chair. As it sv v
slded Senator Reed took the floor.
Secretary Bryan heard most of the
Secretary McAdoo reached the
chamber just as Mr. Root ended.
Senator Lane* was' also present.
Senator Reed began:
"I a&y with all respect to th sena
tor from New York that lt is not a
contest over the number of grins ; lt
is over a much graver question.
"The number of guns fired under
certain circumstances is answer to
the question of whether a proper
apology has been made or not. Th's
in the first notice that the defacto
government had Insulted our flag."
I Senator Reed declared that the
I United States was no land thie.sYfHo
United States waa not "a land thief",
-r.-.! asserted that Mexican territory
wa? In no sense the object of the na
"The president of the United States
II charged with s great responsibility.
He hopes that tho hope of peace ls
not yet gone. He asks for justifica
tion, and in reply to that request he
meets a demand that wo -?take a gen
eral declaration of war."
Postmaster General Burlesco and
Secretary to the President Tumulty,
entered aa Senator Reed spoke, in
thc galcry two soldiers in uniform at
tention ot the other spectators.
"Mr. President, can we not vote:"
said Senator Reed, in conclusion.
"They are dying down there in Mexi
co . already."
"('an wo not say we are not quib
bling about sentences, hut can wu not
say we stand wHh President WIIBOU
for* Justice by the authorities in Mexi
AU Night Session ol Resole,
abbington, April 2'-?.-2J30 o..?a.~~
V eft on the. passage of the ad
_.lion Mexican resolution b?
rnornlng the senate ai midnight
waa in the midst of a grave and im
passioned debate. LU t rotate passage of
the irosi.iMiJU as report^ by the
foreign relations committee was gen
erally conceded. The house had re
cessed until 10 o'clock in the morn
to await the senate's action.
Meager ropcrts of th*? en?&g.-ncnt
at Vera Cruz had intered ta the capitol
'when the senate resumed its Besslon
at 8 o'clock. The four Americans
ec?? ia Vera Crus, thc twenty wound
ed, and the two hundred Mexicans re
ported killed In the taking of the
elly, became the t,ext of thc talk,
mentioned In hushed, voices, and greet,
ed with a solemn silence throughout
the senate chamber, packed to suf
A full quorum of the house of rep
resentatives crowded the rear of the
senate hall. Secretary of State Bryan
himself often referred to In debate,
Secretary of War Garrison, Secretary
of the Navy Daniels, Postmaster G en
terai Burleson, Secretary of the
Treasury McAdoo and Secretary'to the
President Tumulty, sat about the
chamber. They listened eagerly and
held whispered conferences as the dis.
Diplomats Haar Spasches?
The diplomatic gallery waa nfl ed
with members of th* foreign corps
with Ambassador Baring-Bice of Great
Britain, at their heaiL
The republican side of the waa ats,
led by Senator Root, demanded that
th? "Jusl?tcatloa*1 proposed In the
r?solution for a movement la force
against Mexican be founded' not oa
the Tam pico incident but oa the long
series of outrages against American
citizens *nd their property, laclattag
the outrage* wita rn mn ?tit tit In naif ?ta
Senators Reed and James vigorously
defended the committee resolution, de.
daring the insult to Ute flag at Tam
pico justified all that the resolution
provided for. . *
An the night wore oa. ana ssast sr
after senator demanded an oppertap
?Lj 'io be heard, the aioinspltert? lu iii. -
?hamber_grew more and more tense.
o?Kttiur F ail made a imsingr vira* ?ur a
campaign that would cover tho length
and breadth .of Mexico.
Staaltiat nt li,
There ls no use "bealla* around the
bush." We might aa -eel oat with !t
at last. We want you to try Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy the next time
you have a cough or cold. There is
no reason so far as we can ass that
you should not do so. This pWrns rs
Hon by its remarkable eurea has'gain
ed a worhj-wldo reputation, and peo
ple everywhere speak of ft tots* blgh
**+*?- toftm nf ni4h? It tai for ul* nv
?OMS SHOW Off Bf
Columbia. April 21.-?Al! waa reeet
ae-p?< &r ibo opentsg of to* horse show
teer*. Tueeday afternoon. Tba show
will continue for three days and a bail
gamo will be given Thursday night at
the Jefferson hotel under the auspices
?.ISBA S.HinOS HU,,
BJ? ?nnpuJ jno -p>pu4tutu<x>aj XmZm IMOI SIM T\ ??liof) ?ho pus qSncuoiM mjm mmjnoj J on
..?wai JMttawwipi'?? *.? ?tH?a?Ht "<I????M 'louiJM.rt?i ';MIM?IH '??H?*B ?i?i??<?i??a ?mi .?
FARMERS AND MERCHANTS
- ...?rr J
"**?*. **". ^m*r- r_- -wanasae* ".m. WM
The Farmers Loan &)Trust|Co.
Will be pleased to discount fruin lSuo to 2000 gilt edge notes
running from $50 to S too each, that wil be paid during the
months ofOctober ftnd November.
r?FfiTPP?/D?A/r MAATWiU BEWARE.
OFSMQOpf STRANGERS Wi TM NfC? *
If all of these schemes which "Smooth" strangers c o rae"
around to peddle ?re such great "Money Makers" why don't they
KEEP them themselves?
When a oAan te taring ha*d to sell you a proposition there is
something in it for HIM-that's a stirs thing.
' ,] la it not bctieir for us ail to keep our money hero nt home,
invest in and build up OUR OWN Community?
The man who docs this ? prosperous. ?
We pay 4 per cent, interest on Savings
J Ma^e QUK liar.K: YOUR dank
Anderson* S. C.
Five Dollars Reward !
For the lurr.cht Wutor Melon grown froruuur seed. Wo have TUM WAT?
SON, KLEKLKY S WK KT and MOKTK C JU KTO. Wc also have for Introduc
ir?n, svvcrui^Kiasred yaeViix''* of three entirely new water BMIMK which, w?i
be fiseu free to any of our larmer friends who will call at our store.
IF IN NEED
-OF A VEHICLE OF ANY KIND
let us show you our stock before you buy.
We carry a complete stock of ail kinds; Also Har
ness, Whips and Robes.
We haV? some extra good values in Mules and
Horses. Liberal terms and courteous treatment
ANDERSON. : SOUTH CAROLINA
.1', JJ' . . I'S* JJ. ,"J, \ I '-JBS-'JUJ-^UJ..,'..".1 ff j-.
Of the Coliuuhtn Horse Show Associ
?t io a.
In order to allow ah opportunity for
others to ?nt?? boree*, the time has
been extendod and tho ring commit
tee will say SMttllit- t'ntrloH are cloe,
I A ring for ta* horses in the show
Ibas bean aurtk 1* the bell field at tho
; State F?ir*TJffiupds. The Coiumvia
' band ~u yiay each afternoon at thc
. Indications are that all of the class.
'es will bo filled with entries. Ton
gorses arrived Sunday from Camden,
and a One string came la from Lees
ville. ' About thirty horses will be en
tered by Columbians. The' show man.
agement anticipates that fully 100
horses will be in columbia by Tucsdsy
Soveral horses entered In the Jump
ing classes were put over the barriers
yesterday at the Fair grounds. Num
erous enfries have been received for
Tho show will begin prump-'y st 3
o'clock each afternoon.
Montgomery, Ala., April 21.-Oscar
Underwood late Tuesday was doclarod
the nominee of the democratic party
for United States senator from Ala
bama by the State Democratic ?com
mittee. An official canvass of the
returns showed that Mr. Underwood
received a majority of 34,732 votes
.over Congressman Richmond P. Hob
son, the former's vote being 8M70.