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Hs ?tagne?.., Trcaimtn? and! ?UN
ftEW TREATISE ON TUBERCULOSIS
- By FREEMAN HALL, M. D.
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katu** tow Tub-..rculi?l? ran bo ourr.l In your
pwokociia. ll jna knut ol un? nrm i;,-^ '
TabVCO?ona. 'jotarrh. Broochttla. Irtlmu or ul I
SrJ?LSf .S? t,ronhl''. 1r ?re ?our?clf afflicted.
toop?, lt will Inrtrart yon how oilier?, with HA ?id.
rureil theraarlrea ?Mer all rom edi.? tried bad tmUttSL
mBA t??r b?U?rad their eura hopeleaa.
" Wr*? ?t OM? to til? ^T'tii-wiff.- t? JI
?f'.*. i0?! they .want yon to bay? Ula*
ni ramed/ before H I? too late, norri ?alt
" M t?mt meao UM ?erlog of your "K
STOMACH SUFFERERS! READ THIS
So many stomach sufferers have been
benefited by s ?imple prescription of
vegetable oils which cured a Chicago
druggist of chronic stomach, liver and
intestinal trouble of year*' standing that
tve want you surely to try th? remedy.
lt is known ss Mayr's Wonderful Stom
ach Remedy. One dose will convince
you. a It usually gives wonderful re
lief within 2* boura-even in the most
stubborn cases. Mayr's * Wonderful
Stomach Remedy Ia DOW sold here by
! EYAIfS' PHAHQtACY
\ Three Stores.
1 Far SORE HEAD
I (C&WMmFcae) "
m ???>? W ' I II ' B??H?BuVrBlnth?SoeJi
' n?flHn^aB*?x 1 . lt ? sar? core.
wsr^ _j?w?t u?, ?ftitM. ?tc..
.CtTBT - ' ^ with a rcrt weapon
?Plid?S?, PowCcrol Uee UUer
afc awiSS*. 'to mmUr ?p?U?d ?nd n?T*r falla.
, K.fo???obBtit5tc?; Lulu on tValta
aaaisfa?il?ata^sw?at??tl or Money Bac k
G*i Pt? UM mmwm /Wiry ?Tee?
For Sale by
. Fouche. Drug Co., Anderson, S. C.
W. H. Harrison, Anderson, 8. C.
W. A. Power, Anderson, 8. C.
Bvsns' Pharmacy, Anderson, 8. C.
.Peoples' Qrocery Co., Anderson, 8.. C.]
?Anderson Cash Croce. Anderson, 8. C.
?Jd. M. Hunter, Pendleton. 8. C. 3303
..Frierson s ?rii?rmacy, Belton, 8. C.
it pu will be doing yourself
a good turn by installing a
GAS BANGE. We sell
them under the strongest
i , fittsy terms-$2 down and
Anderson Gas Go.
jill L1 I1, l i I' 1 ggg^a
Why we want
'." ho you realise that n hundred
small accounts make , a bank
stronger than a dosen large ones
even-if they aggregate the ammo
total of deposits?
^^ttht's why we are constant
.lyisoeklng new custor\era. Wo
want- as wide a circle of friends
and customers as possible.
Of cou rae, large accounts are
welcome, too, for it is our pur
??rjfjm tu. ?arve AL?. people.
,/'|?itt>? ?we want men and women
of limited means to know that
bank is willing to accept
posits and. give them tho
vantage of our advice ead ev
ery facility of the institution.
If yon* ar?, not a bank deposi
tor ai ?ii come tn anti .?st ac
quainted with us. Wi will be
le? ? ??' UuW iuwig? OV?? with
it i ??<aqa?aa??aawaM?r?aa?a??Bi??M??a??wa
4 F?BI?Lr HEBE
MANY OFFENDERS ARE BE
ING ROUNDED UP
fHIRTEEN ARE TRIED
Magistrate Broadwell Held Court
All Day Yesterday For Selling
and For Gambiing
. Prom Wednesday H Dallvj
Anderson liquor sellers and other
offenders against the law ari- faring
badly these days, hast night Judg*]
Broad wei l's docket showed a total cl
13 tried on the charge of selling liq
uor whlh; numerous other cases were !
dlspntched during the day. Of the Li
tried yesterday three were negroe:; I
while the remainder nre ull white men j
The following ls a list from the Mag- !
list rat e's docket of the cases tried: !
dalnes Robinson. Bert Compton. Os ?
car Lewin, Will Burns, Qade Simpson.
Tillman Miller. Colbert ClinkscuIcB
K. C. Pepper, W. J. Pollard, Georg
Johnson. Horace Fant, I. .vis Hamilton
and Newt Kay. These were all trloJ
and In each Instance the caRe was sent
up to the court of General Sessions fo.
Three white men, Alfred Taylor,
John campbell and Jim '. Campbell,,
were tried on a charge of gambling
and all three of.these aere acquitted.
Oscar Moore ? white man,.was plac
ed In jail yesterday on a charge of
buying goods under false representa
tion and he will be giren a hearing be
fore Mr. Broadwell today.
The docket in the Magistrate's office
last night shows that a number of
gambling cases are to come up for
trial this morning, a majority of the
coses bnini; a?e!ni!t ?icgrc?o..
/t yesterday's trials so many spec
tators and interested parties appeared
to hear the trials that lt became nec
essary to move the court and there
fore Judge Broadwell transferred his
activities from his own office to thc
county court house, which place was
more than half-filled with those want
lng to hear the trials.
A SURE SUCCESS
President ol Winthrop Asks That
Anderson County Be Wet!
I Represented This Year \
. ?. i j ; ... . .
While lt ls a little early for the An
derson county teachers to be making
arrangements for the coming Summer,
many o? them have already said that
they will attend the Summer school
to bo conducted by Winthrop college
at Rock Hill. For several weeks J. B.
Fe?ton'? tbtal superintendent ot) edu
; cation for Anderson county baa been
I urging the teachers to attend and
doubtless he will redouble his efforts
?since he has received the following
letter from D. B. Johnson, president of
"I have sent out a number of Sum
mer School bulletins to the teachers
in your county. - believe the! !t will
be a help to your teachers and to your
country schools to have your teach?
I era attend our Summer School this
"May I ask you to do what you
can to urge your teachers to attend
our -Summer School? A number of
the counties iaat year arranged to pay
tile registration feo of 15. for any
one of their teachers who should at
tend our Summer School.- Could you
not arrange to give this encourage
ment to your teachers this year?
"I kin sending you by this mall a
few Sbmmer School bulletins and
Summer School application blanks foi*
distribution,. If you need more, please
call on me. Anything you can do tu
encourage your teachers to attend this.
Summer School will be appreciated.
"I assure; you that we shall give all
teachers who attend our Summer
School value received."
Rheumatism Quickly Cured.
"My sister's husband had an attack
of rheumatism in his arm," writes a
well-known resident or Newton, Iowa.
"I gave him a bottle of Chamberlain's
Liniment which he applied to lils arm
and on the next morning the rheum
atism wad gone." For chronic mus
cular rheumatism you "will find noth
ing aymer than Chamberlain's Lini
ment. Sold by Evans' Pharmacy.
Harrouadiag the neath af Little One
o- --- - c o
Atlanta, May : &.-Following the
death of little Mary Bashelor of this
city, tho police are making investiga
tions to ascertain whether this child
died as the result Of a Whipping or
from other couses.
The dean child. daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. J. W. Bashelor ot Crew Street,
was only m -?Ul* more than ?tree
JJ The mcthsr r?ho f?ken
h"7orV"the chief e7 eetacOves admit
ted yesterday that the father had'bea
ten the child Friday night.
the tittle one bad put tts finge: ?.
th? auger bowl at the supper t.
The grilling cf Mrs. Bashelor at tue
police station followed a message sent
irrfta the Grady hospital to- the police
that th? circumstances surrounding
.ta* phiid'a death were suspicious.
Th? parent?, while being questioner
told that the little gtrV toad been ac
cidentally struck *y a baseball, bat
ted.hy her brother a fsw days ago.
.Tpe ?fri died of peritonitis, the doc
tors say which might have seen caus
ed f>om the whipping or by the blow
, from the ball. A further Investiga
tion will take place today.
FDR "BOY SMS"
PATROL SOON TO BE FORM
TO BE ORGANIZED
F. M. Burnett Has Placed Orde.
For One Dozen' Complete
Suits and Will Hove Charge
(From Wednesday's Dully)
F. M. Hornett, secretary of the An-,
derson Y. M. li. A., yesterday ordered
one dozen Hoy Scout uniforms from
the headquarters of this great organ
ization for hoy:) and within the ucxt
tew weeks th?? work of drilling and
trainings tho Anderson youngsters will
Mr. Burnett said yesterday that be
expected to bo swamped with applica.
Hons from hoya desiring to be mem
bers und that ho was ready to euroli
only about one dozen to start with.
Ho saya that when this number ls
proficient in f ie Scout training he will
admit m?oe and in this way. If thin
system is continued, the local , patrol
will increase duy by day.
The uniforms ordered yesterday are
of tho regulation pattern are service
able und will make the youths show
up ' In handsome fashion when they'
are completed und the drill begins.
Mr. Burnett said that in all probability
it would lake about two weeks for tho
uniforms to roach Anderson and by
(lint time ho will have all his plans
for organizing the petrol In good
Anderson pacpl? are already ?fa
miliar willi the work being dona by
this great organization and they knew
that th/? Boy Semita bf America ure
diing, ?nore toward making beUiiV
men and bigger men, not alone In a
physical sense but from a moral stand,
pdlnt ns well, than any other organi
sation of Its kind in the world.
The parents of the city will be de
lighted over the fact that the patrol
is to be organized here and lt ls safe
to suv that no one single father will
object to his son becoming a member
of the organization.
Following the organization the boys
who are members will choose, some
suitable name for their patrol and
then the Scout Master will tates up
the work of teaching them of the fun
damental principles of Scout Craft
Mr. Burnett has been officially des
ignated by the head Of the work as
the 'Scout Kalter' for the- : Anderson
The -ho. * o' ina city vho have dls-|
cussed the question are eagerly await
lng trae arrival of the uniforms and,
! how Aflr. ? Hornett ts ever to pick his-j
first dozen recruits out of the swarm
ready to fall upon him is something
hard tr? imagine.
Mont Prompt and Efficient Cure fer
Whan vnn b.SV_
a remedy that will not only give re
lief, but effect a prompt and penna
nen t. cu re, a remedy thai: ls pleasant!
to take, a remedy that contains' noth
ing injurious. Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy meets all these requirements.
It acta on nature's plan, relieves the
lungs, aids xpectoratlon. opens the j
[secretions and restores th? system to
[ a heaithy condition. This remedy has
a world-wide reputation and use and
j cab always be depended upon. Sold
I by Evana' Pharmacy.
MRS. COLEMAN'S FINE EFFORTS
I Seeks In Hare Women's Clubs Inst!,
tutlon for Henees.
Seneca. April '6.-Mrs. M, T.' Cole
man, president of the State Federation
Of Woman's Clubs, will be the guest
of Mrs. M. W. Coleman on next Thurs
day the 30th. Mrs. Frank B. Gary of
Abbeville, chairman or the educational
committee of the Federation, will al
so be Mira. Coleman's guest on Tues
day.. These ladies are coming to deni
3ca to inspect the site that Mrs. M
*#V Coleman baa offered the State
Federation .for their industrial school
Mrs. Coleman Is deeply anxious to
soo tills improvement work located in
Seneca, as the Oncc-a-Week Club oq
which aheVla the.founder ls thc. mother
club of the state federation. Seneca
is ?IBO the town wherein the Fede
ration had its beginning, the first con
vention haying been held herb fifteen
The alte-Mrs. COIOCMK? offers (five
seres) la the choicest and moat beau
tiful of ?ll her holdings, commanding
a view that quite equal to Asheville,
or any other point In the mountains.
Mrs. Coleman also < ff era ? cash do-'
nation to the building fund as an in
ducement to .the Federation to choose
HAD MOST SUCCESSFUL TEAR
Stockholders sf People* Bank firent.
ly Flensed With Vent's Results.
Tho j reports of the officers submit
ted tb ?he stockholders pf the Peoples
Bank or Anderson, In annual session
Tuesday, wer? highly gratifying, show
ing that tbs bank has experienced n
most successful year.
The stockholders elected tho fol
lowing as a board ot directors to servi
the ensuring yeer: H. G. Anderson
H. V. O. Cooley, Lee G. Holleman
. Tucker, E. P. Gumbrell. C. C.
.: n i. W. h. Brlssey, J. P. Watson,
t*. Watson. Thoa, H. Russell, J. P.
Brudberrg. W. C: Fant, H, H. Wat
ame, J. r.'. findley, J. A. Hal), L>. H.
Dean. Dn. JB. A. Henry and T. W.
vhs otrsBtors met Immediately sf
W?*h? meeting 6f the stockholders
had adjourned, and, declared sn eight
ncr cent, dividend, payable imm?diat?,
ly. Tbs directors elected the follow-"
mg officers:. LestG. Hollemsn. pres
ident; H. H. Watkins, vice pr?sident:
D. O- Browns, cashier, sud T. S. Ban
sister, assistant cashier.
J O-Cent Tin, the Pount
SUPERVISOR IS PRESENTED
IS NO LAW
^t?-Dwpensary People Call Hi?
Attention to the Laws of South
(Prom Wednesday's Dally*
J. Mack King, supervisor fer An
derson county, bad a very vexing ques
tion put up to him yesterday and this
morning be does not know what is
what or why in regard to the dis
pousmry question. Some o? i nose peo
ple wno are lighting the dispensary
election, desired in this county by the
whiskey people, have called the SUD
crviBor's attention to the fact that they
can find no law making it possible to
hold such an ?lection and they re
quested the Supervisor to tell them
where to rind such a law. Mr. King' is
unable to do this and there the ques
tion hangs. The law relative to the
dispensary elections, sq far as An
derson people have been able to find,
saya that an election may be held on
the question of "continuing" tue dis-:
pessary in a county but some attor
neys of the city, when asked yester
day about (he question,' said that this
waa th? only law on the dispensary
matter that they had ever , seen and
they did not know whether an election
could he held on this legal cohsrruc
tion or not. It is a veli known fact
that a number r>; ?outh Carolina coun
ties . have voted on the question ana
secured the return of the dispensary,
among, these being Lexington and
Union counties, but where their sup
ervisor got authority for ordering the
election ls more than Mr. King m
The dispensary people take the view
thai since ino oiit;r counties have
voted on the. question, Anderson coun
ty should be allowed to do likewise, re
gardless of whether the law- makes
provision for this or not. On tho other
hand the supervisor says that he
wents to see tn black and white where'
the law says that such an election
shall take place.
afr. King-told'a reporter, for The
intelligencer last night that tie waa
geing t5 refer the matter to Kurts P.
Smith, solicitor ot this circuit, and
that he waa also going to ask the op
inion of Attorney General Peoples.
When. he. has advice from those two
officials he will known exactly what
Meanwhile lt looks a little like the
election might not be ordered,, even
If the petitions have the necessary one
fourth of the votara signed, although
Mr; 'Kingy says that he will ready and
willing to give the whiskey people an
Section if he can And the authority for
' Health a Factor fa Seores*.
'ino largest factor contributing io al
man's anccess is undoubtedly health.1
It has b-^an observed that a man ia
seldom sieh when ; ms bowels aro reg
alia ? 1 he ts nt ve- well when they are
constipated. When you ar? consti
pated jon wilt , find nothing quite so
Bood ?a Chamberlain's Tablets. They
not only move . the . bowels, bat Im
rove the appetite'and strengthen the
digestion. They are sold by Evans'
?re hunting for
you've found STAG
Packages: The Handy Half-Sir
i and Half-Pound Tin Humidors and
. Pipe end Cigarette
Second Race Between Earle and
Griffith With the Chances in
Favor of the Former
Columbia, May 5,-^In the city elec
tion here today. Wade Hampton Gibbes
mayor for four yeera, was defeated for
reelection. There were three candi
dates in the. field. Their respective
W. H. Gibbes, 817; P. ?.Earle, 937;
l? A. Griffith, 0?5.
It is said that in the second election
most of-tho Gibbes vot?e will go to Dr.
B?rle, who has for two years been a
member of the ol ty commission. He
and Mr. Gibbes were in a three cor
nered race for mayor in 190?, and
Mayor Gibbes defeated Dr. Earle for
mayer under tba commission form of
government four years ago. Dr, Grlf
fifth is a sen o? C^p?. D. J. Griffith,
tuperlntendeni of the state pejtfts^*.
' There were two commissioners to be
elected, for four, years^each and there
were ?4 candidate's. " Thes four who
received the highest vote we're R. J.
Blalock, incumbent, E. M. DuPre, D.
B. Sloan and C.^nt Asblll. Of those
left out was W.. F| Stieglitz, incum
bent, and head of the waterworks de
partment of the city. E. M. Du Pre
has relatives in Anderson, and ls a
eon of B. Clark DuPre, formerly of
Due West Di B.' Sloan has been a
police sergeant for years. John E
Black, E. J. Brennen, T. B. Graham,
D. R. Inness. P? H. Inness. J. W.
Ullard and E. T. Summersea were
Care fer Stomach Disorders.
Disorders of the stomach may be
avoided by the use of Chamberlain's
Tablets. Many very remarkable, euros
h?ve been affected by these tablets.
Sold by Evans* ; Pharmacy.
J. J. Fretwell ls Speaking Today
Before Secretaries In "Game
(From Wednesday's Daily)
J. ..J. Fretwell left yesterday for
Sumter where he goes to attend the
nemi-annudl meering of th South Carp,
lisa Commercial' Secretaries. Mr.
Fretwell will deliver an address nt the
mpeting today on a system of county
to county good, roads. He has care
fully prepared his address and aa he
la nn? nf th? Koa? ruymtaA IMB^ ianthe
State on questions' relating to good
roada he will have some interesting
things to say to the secretaries.
JPorter A. Whaley, secretary of ti
Anderson chamber of commerce, w?
unable to make the trip to Sumter
account of the meeting here today
the bankers. Mr. wTj?ley will ta*-.e
."?active part today in entertaining t
guests in the city for the group me
Fer a Brejsen^Arsu
Ai?nii??, M?V <r-?i?W??'S? ?he O-HOTUB
girl who wan tod 140,000 damage? foe
S broken leg. is. the suit of George
H. Dean of this city who wants**1<V
OOO ea a salve for a broken ?rm; Some
Mme,ago he icll;oter?*h?, handle ?f a
truck, breaking hts arm. He is suthg
the express company which owned
the tobacco that
? SIMPLE MATTER
: ? . h - ' .- -
Trustee* Did Not Appreciate the
Sphtit of Mr. Taylors Origi
Mr. H. A. Orr,-manager of the
Southern Public . I'tiHtles! Companj',
stated to n Tcnort^r of the Uail** In
telligencer Tuesday that he waa very
much gratified at the. fact that an
agreement had been reached between
the attorney of tho company and the
attorneys of the city schools, for' the
testing of the questions at issue in a
speedy and amicable manner.
He had no criticism to make of
the; trustees, and felt that since the
agreement reached is entirely satis
factory to both parties .the disagree
ment heretofore understood must have
been due to a misunderstanding of
; the 'position of the company. The
compahy .has all along endeavored to
get the matter adjusted In a friendly
Way and he believes that had President
Taylor's letter been fully appreciated
and acted on In the spirit in which
lt wa? sent it would never'have been
necessary to cut off the water. The
agreement peached ls substantially the
ac(reefneili .'originally sujggje^ed by
Captain Watkinsito one bf the trustees
before the water'was cut. off, and at
th? time the agreement was submitted
it was/stated'by Captain Watkins that
lie would' be glad to have any sugges
tions or announcements that the board
br its ebmm.*tte? might dp;ire to make.
Mr. Orr silted. th>:: ht* din ?.-.t know
dntil 3;30 oVaodt Tuesday afternoon
that an agreement had bean reached
between the trustees and the com
pany's attorneys, and that within leas
than 1<> minute? after, thlc agreement
.was brought io his notice orders were
n;lvon to turn the water 'back on, and
without ' oven walting "to receive Mr.
Taylor's consent. V.
lt is well understood, said Mr. Orr.
tba a public service/corporation Uvea
and doe? business/ undetr its fran
chise which is gra?te? io it by. munlci
mua CL'thcrit?es and ??hcn ?*::?nt?cr,r,
arlee* as to the correct, Interpretation
of this franchise it naturally follows
that if the parties at interest cannot
reach a satisfactory agreement that
the only thing left Is a Judicial review
of. the Questions and an inquiry; of the
Mr. Orr la confident that tho position
of the cooipany wa? never fully. un
[ Jjiretood by the trustees either be
**ti3? that, h*d rot a,,*f^et^ntlw ?tnrtl^j
the rnmmnnlnatlon of Fntubtem Tay
lor and the suggestion >f Cspt. Wat
ni?? Cir it^O bvCCravC n?"i? o* ir,?. p 'IUIH
mtv H?t. h*vm haan ?OSC il?tS Tfith S?f
ficlent explicitness in this oontmuni
cation but that the company would
have bein glad to bave explained any
unexplained part bad it been hrov.ght
io their attention, and used every
means to get a conference' with tho
trasteas. -, %i'^Skf
ON ROAD TAXES
County Commissioners Yesterday
Extended the Limit Until First
Day of Jone'
. 'rt' ?
(From Wednesday's Daily)
The Anderson county comminsion
?i in, session yesterday at the court
it?i- transacted little business of
importance with the exception of ex- -
tending the time limit for the pay
ment of road taxes. This action was
taken, following the consideration of
the . board over the fact that .so much
uncertainty had prevailed about pay
ing road tax.
. for, some time it was a question
of doubt as to whether the tax .pay
ers of Andersen county should pay
$1 or $2 and for that- reason the coun
ty treasurer was not able to accept
road taxes until some weeks after the
regular time. Knowing that this had
been the case the commissioners yes
terday extended the time limit for pay-/
lng these taxes until June 1 but there
will positively be no further exten
sion after that tlm?e, according to cse
of the board members.
The hoard, considered a proposition
to grade a hill between Sandy Springs
and O'Neal bridge and orders were
given that the chaingang be placed
err this work as .early as possible. '
(JENF.RAIi C, IKT?NE WALTER.
Short Sketch ?f the Cearsssder el
the S. C. Division U. C. V.. ?8SS
Major General .X. Irvine Walker,
commanding South Carolina Division
U. C.~V. wari elected unanimously to tho
command in September, 1895, and is
now-the senior division commander of
the Army of Northern Vlrtgtnla de
partment. He has been re-ejected
unanimously, annually since. The di
vision has grown and prospered so
largely during h|s term of service, that
his comrades will , not consent to his
He is a Charlestonlan, horn in 1842,
entering the Confederate army at: 19
years of age, and. in fact, did duty
with the corps of cadets S. C. M. A.,
at the limn nf tho Arin* on *h? "B**T
of the West," before hbf 19th birthday.
Having graduated at th* Sooth Caro
Una Military academy, April. 1861. he
was appointed adjutant ot the l?tt 8.
C^regement. and TOBe ro be lt s lieu
tenant colonel, having fought his way
up with distinguished gallantry. When
Colonel Manigault was promoted bri
gadier general, he waa made adjutant
general of th? brigade, and subsequ
ently, there being a vacancy in" tbev
lieutenant Colonecy of the 19th B: C.
regiment, every officer of the regi
ment waived rank, and he was ap
pointed to thu position: It waa par
ticularly complimentary that eyery
step or ms profbOticn should hAV?
been given him by those with whom
he /ought, and who appreciated hia
high courage and splendid manhood.
rie was to the army of the west, un
der Bragg, "Johnson antf Hood. He
w??tn every- engagement -wtth his
command, oxcept when absent sick or
wounded. He waa deaplrateiy. almost
fatally, wounded in front ot Atlanta.
Joly the 28th. 1894. and slightly
- - A? irl?t?? <ofl?C UA ena in
the Confederate service from the fir
ing of tho first shot, onUl the tin A
surrender at greensboro, ri. o. ?i?i???
i?i? ?ur he wa? taken av. proui?nc??
part In the pr?servation of tne memo
ries o? tho glorious struggle. While
an ardent CoUf?derata. he is ?pro
gressive, go-ahead man, and bai peen
r.rhong the leaders in hw coasmualty
in ai! that advanced the welfare of
hut beloved country.