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AUnnlu A fie r
So well uleaa?*, wa;?. AlL-nta w|tlr\
tko Imperial ' ?ouncU of -ithfe ' hu-fttl?v
Sbrifie the Georgi*' etty:'-ha*.jt?o&?^
to go after the-- 1?1? .Rational
ventjon of H. P. O. j^as/?nd the AndeV>,
sot? lilUs havo been asked to assist'
Atlanta in getting-.'this groat conven
tion. Thc Elks'gathering ts second
in importance to thc.Uhrir.c stoner omi
it is annually one ol'tue biggest fra
ternal gatherings In the country. Lei,?,
year the Grand Lodge of Elks met at J
Rochester, N. Y" and this year it will]
go in Joly to Denver, Colo., and it is j
already practically conceded that the'
1315, convention <will go to Seattle.
Whsh., therefore Atlanta's best chance
ls to secure tue meeting for. 1916. It
1s presumer! that every Southern State
Hvill assist Atlanta In her fight to get,
tthc convention and it goes without
the saying that all South Carolin?
lodges will instruct their delegates to
vote for Atlanta. V
Is, Here N?*t W?ek,
M Iso . Mary E. Frazer bf, thc Ex
tension department of Winthrop col
College is expected to arrive . in the j
city in the next few days for the pur
pose of visiting the schools . otWIo- j
nea Path and also the schcole of Eu
reka. Miss Fraser will arrive Mon
llay night and Tuesday morning she
will'.visit thc Hones Path schools, go-'
ing to Eureka Tuesday afternoon at
3 o'clock. Miss Fraser is an earnest
Worker and according to the Winthrop
Colkege authorities has succeeded in
accomplishing a great deal in her line
of work. Anderson people sro look'-'
lng forward to her visit here with
Mrs. Print Chosen
As An Alternate.
Anderson people and Anderson club]
women especially will be interested]
in learning that Mrs. Rufus Fant of
this city was selected as one of the |
alternates by the Federation of Wom
en's Clubs, to thc bi-ennial convention
which is soon to meet in Chicago. The
South Carolina Federation has been in
session at Spartanburg, coming to a
close Friday. . The'State convention i
was, largely attended by club women j
froth all parts of the country and all j
sections-of-the State and lt was quite]
an honor for Mrs. Fant to be selected
as one of the alternates. Mrs. Fant
was ? also elected first vice-president
of the association.
j James D. Hammett1 has announced
tkat-ho. w?? jbe^ presentan Waahing
dbtt' en 'Hwr ?1 ?gd"w^dr>-the meet
ing of the National Foreign Trade lea
gue... Mr. Hammett will be a repre
sentative from the Amorlcah''' Cotton;
Msn?f^ctOrniii' Aa#mr.tntJnn and. Por
ter A., Whale.y, . secretary ot the . An
derron chamber of commerce, has ap
pointed R. E. Ligou and B. p. Gossett
to represent tho local trades organi
zation at thc Washington gathering.
This will he one of the moat important
trades conferences held in the United
States this year and the delegates
from Anderdon will ?. wealth nf
knowledge ?rom the trip
May Offer For
While in the city yesterday Prof. R.
A. Abrams of Starr, told a reporter
for The Intelligencer that he would
probably offer for tho position of
county auditor in summer's. election.
Mr. Abrame has not fully made up bis
piind to this effect but he says he is
giving the matter a?rions considera-.
? lion'and that he may be in the race.
He ssys that friends of his la all I
sections have urged that he offer for
tho.place and he thinks Bcould poll
a good vote should ho decide to run. ?
. Mr. Abrams has been cioseiy identi
fied with tho schopl work lh Ander
son county, having taught in this
county for four years and having fill
ed the pof ition of Superintendent of
Education during the years of 1911
12. At present he is r.uperintendent
of thc public echools of Starr. Ho ls
an able educator and has many f r?ouds
In Anderson county.
Atiderwn Maa .
Is the Pr?sident
John A> Hudgehs of Pelser, presi
dent of the\S0uth Carolina Cottonseed
Crut hem* . Association, ha? given out
soine vjry interesting plans for thc
annual meeting, which is to be held
at WTlahtavtrie. Beach. N. Ci. thia
year Tbs sioc\ic- is tc take pisss
this year oh June 16.17 and 13 and the
hotel proprietors1; of thc Beach and
Wilmington people are making a num=
ber of plane for entertaining the vlsi-,
torsi ' Some splehd? sddresser'W?\mj
the program for. thr meeting, among
the speakers being Prof. E. M. Nlgh
bert of Washington. '?.Three Clemson
instructors will Iso present add
"Vni deliver eddr?ds?e m?4 a norn
of other speakers are
To ??la? Bis?late.
G. J* Renner of Greenville
spending several dals in
endeavoring to .secure cont
Anderson aserobsAts for d
th ?.r places of burin?es* for i
Association bf' Sooth Carolina
which comes to Anderson' on
?7-.18. Tho decoration's have al
been planned by Mr. Renner and
Ssys that. Andc-aon'o inw??imi uOUicru
will show up wonderfully well with,j
the elaborate purple and white trim-')
minga h* ?as designed. He ha? se
cured - a number, of contracts from
some of the. city's leading- merchants
sad Anderson will be a place of beauty
whan the Srai "He??o. BUlar roi? ?n ?
on the morning of the 17th.
root? of Anderson . . ?
f * * * ? * * & ^ - ~
lay's Dally.) 1
lasai aa?? M?a
Xm Wednesday. \?\
A toumber ot Anderson insurance]
uVn-.wHi go to Columbia Tuesday |
nigiii: io attend the oouti. Carolina ?
rndetwrlters' Association which will j
convine In the capitol i on the mora-j
in? of May 20 and will continue on
*tbroujsh Tuesday, tho felat. A large]
delegation will probably gu front lu?!
city ?nd the local people will take ac
tive bart in the two day's program.
Sam Grist of Yorkville. the Secretary!
of tito association, has announced a
program replete with interesting ad
dresses and the Bocial gide of the |
fleeting will also prove tb be enjoy
Hy, A Mal?...
Broadna Camp; a son of John Camp j
af the Fisher store secci?n of the
county, wa? kicked by a mule yes-j
te'rday morning and painfully Injured
The hoof struck the boy Just above
the liver and he has been suffering
much pain. since that time, although
be 1B; not seriously hort
Mr. Tate Decides
To Bon Again.
John H. Tate, who announced hts
candidacy for alderman from ward 4
when L. P. Fouche resigned! but ?ho
later withdrew from the race, aaa
again annunced that bc ? will . be a
candidate in thc approaching munici
pal election. Keys Gllmer ls now air
airman from that ward, having been
scated at the last meeting Q? city,
council. Mr. Tate has pinny friends
allVpver ward four and will poil a good
vote? according to ward four politi
Music MtecHal ~
At Starr School.
Th.* nnHBln of starr are anticipating
a delightful event for next Tuesday
evening when the muBlcY pupils of
Miss Annie.Halford will give a public
recital.. The recital ls to take place
in the school auditorium and many
number will be rendered by the pu
pils. This is MisevHalfdrd's second
year as Instructor af-* Starr and she
u?? u???c Spi6u'*;u VT ? I" ri tu iii-j SCuOOlb
of that place. The pupil? have made,
good, progress under her direction and
ail the patrons of the institution are
well-pleased. The schools of Starr
are to close next Friday. ,
For the Beunlon.
The manager ot the. Palmetto thea
ter left last night for Atlanta where
he goes to secure a special program
for the two days of the Confederate
reunion, hare... For the 27th and 38th.
Mr. PInkston will exhibit. almost- en
Dre ly 'sptetfdfd hard.': colored reels
featuring battle scenes of tho Civil
war. ile stated last night tetero his
r?parlue?lhat ti? had 'secured the
o manufacturers to give
s, with the best pic
An.d^eraon peopT^Bom.ethinH new in the
.? A boree hitched to Ellison Grocery
Company^ delivery wagon took fright
00-1 Main street yesterday and ran
Wffi Hf?" ?*!", M???5 5 BCS?Giing
of groceries as ?.no horse ran up
Nortb^Main B?,re - and when he turned
^i^M^stoftUje.corner groceries* *ere
still more, plentiful. It isn't probable
that the people living along that part
pf, the, street will have to buy any
tood stuffs for the next f?w days. It
is not thought that the driver of thc
wagoo, was injured.
A .number pf complaints aro being
??O"-Td ?" ? *M???y>ii /.nunltf hv thc fur.
mers over stock dying from one causo
and another. Edmund A. Hail of tho
Flat Rock section was itt Anderson
yesterday and. reported that he lost a
fine horte Friday, the bnlmal coming
to his death from pneumonia, and sev
eral other tanners have made similar
'?' ? o ?' '
Planning for the
Architects have practically com
pleted the plans for the handsome new I
home to be erected , on the campun of j
Anderson college for the new" presi
dent of the Institution and work will
be begun on the building within the
next few . whisks. The new home is
to cost approximate!/ $5,000 and will
be complote ip every, respect It will
be a handsome home, commodious in
me piaee will delight Dr. Kinari.,
^ B^g B?^ptlon.
Officials of the Southern Bell Tele
phono. & Telegraph Company are
planning to hold a g?nerai reception
for Anderson ?people when the. hand
romo nw'.building on Whitten street
is completed.'? Progress 1? being made
with the finishing touched on the
building and 4t1s bclieve? that it may
?MenhOaC^UUira"tn iha Mit- tm ?.nil
inspect the building when rt ls com
pleted and the offices n?v?d.
R. M. Sullivan of Columbia is a
friend to South Carolina farmers bat
ft would be hard to convluee the plant
CarWlqa weather depart
Sullivan ?paid possibly i? ? friend of
theirs or he would see toMt that some
day a* Anderson with friend*. ?
Of Silver Spoons.
- Walter Kcese Co. prominent
Jeweler? of thia city, are exhibiting
a wonderful line of silver spoons in
their display window, afr. Keese re
cently received one of the largest
?bi pm eats of silver ?psoas ev?r
brought tc- lue eily, numbering over
100 dosen. Mr. Keese contemplates
putting on a special sale of these
spoons at an early date and the la
dies of the city, are admiring hts win
dow display Very much.
Crops Are Ia
Need of Bain. .
Every . Anderson county farmer
spending yesterday lp the city com
plained loud and long of the lack of
rain.^The rarmers any that cotton la
uOt;' wining yp ?a?a where It'ls up it
ls, not^gfowlng.'.on account of the fact
that soine aecttOne Of the county have
had no rain ipr a month. Other sec
tions of the couuty have bad light
showers but there >is a great need of
a general dbwn pour all over the
county. Crops-are really suffering
for rain, according to the visitors here
Two fire ins?rance adjusters casse
to Anderson yesterday for the propose
of making ab adjustment of the loss
sustained recently by J. 8. , Fowler
when his garage was burned oh Mar
ket street. While here the adjusters
also fixed up the loss ot- J. A. Hall.
Mr. Hall lost ? cottage on McCully
street Thursday night when a very
disastrous fire occurred, The adjus
ters completed their work yesterday
and left last night for their respective
(From ?unday's* Dally.)
George ??tbler of .the Portman sec
tion Was In th? city for a lew iiuui j
yesterday. . '.-.'-. . ,
J. M. Fisher of Level Land spent
part of yesterday in tho city on bus
.Prof. R. A.' -Abram's of Starr was
among the business visitors to the
R. R. Keaton bMva, was in Ander
son yesterday for': a' few hours.
i Clyde Smith-af ?abbeville, spent yes
terday m thb .elly with friends.
A .J. and^ther Cromer of Iva,
were amod&?tu? Well known visitors
to spend yesterday In the city.
Harry Hail of Lavenia, Ga., ?as !?
the city yesterday on business.
' Lewis Jackson spant yesterday in
Anderson, tho guest ot Glenn Evans.
Mr. and-Mrs*. P. G/J Sn: i th ha?? re
turned to Greenville af tc . a abort-vt*,
it*to their daugfct*y br.u. Mrs. T. 2.
Balley Brezc?t? of near Belton spent
a few .hours itt tho city yesterday.
. James G. Harris of noar Belton wa*
among tho visitors to spend yester
day I? Asd^rsdn
- Clark Webb, of Pi creetown waa In
the city yesterday for a short stay.
Will Can?old, a well known Honea
Path man* spent yesterday tn Ander
Dock Bannister of Martin township
was in the city yesterday on busi
0. <V. CaBny of the Five Forks sec
tion Was in Anderson yesterday.
U N. Martin of MarUn township,
spent ? few. hours in the etty yester
day on. business.
W. L. McCqwn of Mountain Creek,
; Wa* In the city yesterday.
Hiram King of Sandy Springs Was
in the city yesterday on business.
. D. P. McPhatl of the Hopewell sec
tion spent yesterday in the city. .
Miss -Elisabeth' Dickson of Town
vUle spent yesterday in; the city with
Magistrate W. P. Bell of the Level
Land sectloh was In th* city yesterday,]
W- J- johnson of Pelter. Route H
waa in the city for a few hours on yco
W. M. P .Hali of tho Flat Rock sec
tion was In the dty? yesterday on bus
J. E. Ford Of apartaaburg was in
Ute city yesterday, a guest at Ute Chi
<: .llrilf?. i." . . .' . , -
' DeWitt . Fant bf; Birmingham is
spending a few days with hts mother
in the city.
C. K. Breaseale of > Belton ? was
among the visitors to .spend yester*
day in the city:.
' Frank Pea rion ?of' \ Greenville ie
apendiag * few day*. In tb? city with
friends and relafftres:
? C. Marti'; Of n?U?r?? mint vu.
terday in Anderson- on business.
rf?JJg. Oaasaway of Pendleton spent
jMftjii yesterday in the city on busi
1. O. ?uie*pf Hartwell, tte., was lb
the'elly' y?tibMay for a few hours.
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Fboic copy lieut, . 1014. by American
Very noon after the gun? of the 1
Vern Crus the Invading American aa
- aoffiftl work- ot^eforing order. T
autiiArltl^M had fo;- the most part ce
ive!' ptdlced by the tackles and marin
of CW empty, *tre.-Ms.
r?RST EVENT ?F ?Ts KIND
FOR THIS YEAR
Daddy's Prto? and Mamma's Pet
IPut On Exhibition In Ander
. '. . .
Vii,? t'Tom epnaayn Haily.)
, Paddy's pal ..sad, Manuna'a. darling
excited much admiration in Anderson
yesterday -whoo tho first .baby show
Was held in the chamber of commerce.
The o vc nt was staged by the Working
Society of the Central Presbyterian
Church" and lt scored a gr??t success.
Babies, chubby and hubie:; tiny were
seen on every side, and the greatest
interest was mp il teated by almost all
of the parents of the city, There was
an exhibit reU'esentlng every con
ceivabio ciase and kind ot babies. Bru
nettes were there in numbers, while
there Were fully, as many blondes. Fat
babies and lean babies, pretty babies
and ugly babies, playful babies and
serious babies, there .'was never be
fore such an aggregation of babies lu
Porter A. Whaley, Loe G. Holleman
and Rev. o. Witherspoon Dodge were
seised upon as the'unlucky victims to
act as judges for the contest and they
hatrrthdlr hands4 .fjjll. They were all
perspiring from Tibkd to foot before
they completed the task and each of
them wished that he had never seen a
baby. The following is the official
award of the pr*'.es:
First prize: for the finest girl, a
silver spoon," won by Leonora Long,
daughter df Mr, and Mrs. R. T. Long.
Second prize", for tho next finest,
Minnie Lee Wright, < daughter ot Mr.
and Mrs.1 W. P. Wright, a gold' ring.
v?Third* prise. For the finest boy, a
gold stud, won by William Ross, son
of Dr. end Mrs; C. F. FJOSS.
Tho l?dibs df tho church society
said last night' that they wttre well
pleased with the Success of the under,
taking and that lt was a financial suc
cess Slightly over $25 will- be rea
ttirbjUjor th? society after tho expenses
of tho show have been deducted.
.Iv io pTOuntriC t?t\~- "MW rr Tvsaa *r*~?
made-ah annual event since the first
show was so well patronized and so
mubb interest was evinced.
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Mr. Bulee onc0 made his home in An
dOrson and bas many friend*? ia this
clty' ^a??*. .?'-.-.,
Mrs. J. H. Pruitt of Starr was shop
ping in the city yesterday for a few
hburs. ?* TTj:*5'
Henry Hailey of Hartwelt, t?a., was
amofls the visitors to spend yesterday
In tl?f ?tty. .^..??'.?t:
?wM; P. Owen of.P?izcr was In tho
city yejsterday for a few hours on
bualstffi" ?. <? *' v ' . "
?WblK?. Adams has returned to his
home ia Hartwell, Oa, arter spending
a few dava in the city with friend*.
Mrs. B. Turner has gone to Green
wood where she will be the guest ct
friends for a few days.
. A. C Bran yon and Tillman Brown of
Starr were among ibo visitor* io
spaed yesterday in thc etty.
^ -~ ? ? ???? . . :
ets Patrolling the S
Mexican "snipers" had been silenced and
Hors and marines, under the direction of
he first step was the. proser, patrol of tb
.ascii to carry on their duties. Martial li
es. The picture sbows a detachment of
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The.Tabernacle Evangelist baa been
cutting a wide swarth in this State j
of Pennsylvania for tho past your. Ho j
ls called the Tabernacle Evangelist bc.
cause he will not hold hla meetings!
in any sort of building save a taberna,
pacle built for the purpose. Indeed,
only such' a structure can uacomo
da te the crowds. He does not go to
a city unless .al) the churches and
pastors will go into the meeting. Ile
does not have to.- . He is besieged by
scores of urgent invitations. ? When .
Scranton, Pa., wanted him to come;
there u?e of the Presbyterian churches
(ho Is a Presbyterian) would .' not]
loin in tho invitation. Tho commit
tee went to Pittsburg to see Billy. Ho
looked over tho' list of churches and
then said "Where is that Second Pres.
byterian church oaf thia thing?" - The ]
committee said, "They refuse to go In
to lt. "Well," said -Billy, "you go on
back and toll that church to go on
to hell whore they, are booked for.
lil not Come to Scranton." The com
mut?e then went back and "sat up"
with the'church and they repented and
"c*\m? ncrowi." Sn Billy went. Thal
church and its pastor before thc niecl
lng was over, was shouting , sky high I
for Billy and h1_work,' Ho was there j
seven weeks ann thosrj'v%ho hit tho
sawdust trail numbered 17,555. Of
these 3,334 were minors, 1.500 wore
church members who reconsecrated
..hemselves to God. Thu . remaining
12,175 were persons not affiliated
with any church. Converts from the
city proper wore 9,059 of whom 5,542 '
were men. The various denomina- j
tlons gained members aa follows:.|
Methodist 5,279; Presbyterians 2,-OGl;
Baptists 2,198; Congregational 781;
Episcopal 434; Lutheran 408; Catholic
326; 'Christian and tho rest of the)
similar societies 327.
The Sunday meeting in Pittsburgh
resulted in 26,000 additions to tho
churches. Bill preae ihe old time
gospel with great powe* and pushes
the obligation of church membership
to the last ditcb.
The aftermath or his meeting ht
great- I've been in towns two years
after his campaigns. I'vo seen as the
aftormath a thousand men who were [
converted in his meetings banded to
gether as personal workers for soul I
saving. They were evangelising all
the year round. At Wilks bury. Pa., j
one-bur club of mon,vof scyeral hun
dred were converted: lt had been n
- I i, 'ill?. '-....-i j.Ml?.
.wo ? . ~ - wuD, gauiMliun, ....... ...r,
club-as most of them are. Now they
met -to study the bible, hold prayer
meetings, etc. And no new members
can get in it save s.uch n i the mem
bers of that club'have lei to Christ
So it is called "/"TbeCtrnVbrt's Club"
and they are coming'all the tune.
Nothing like thia work has ever trans
pired In American history. There are
many groups of Evangelists ali over
thc ' northland holding such taberna
cle meetings. They are not so proffll
net aa Sunday, but In proportion to
the sine of the towns where these
meetings were pulled off. the results
are proportionately as good.
Josephus Daniels, Secretary^ of the j
Navy tn President Wilson's Cabinet,
Wa? born at Washington, N. c., May 18,1
1862. Educated in the Wilson Col
legiate Institut?, N. C.; waa admitted j
to "the bar at the age ot 23. In 1892 j
he entered the pubbllc service Depsrt
meut of the Interior, which position/;
he held until 1895. He waa a promi
nent figure In the Democratic nation- j
al convention and has attracted atten
tion, aa a member of the Democratic
National Executive Committee from]
hts native State. His home ls.in Ral
eigh, N. C. I
treets of Vera Cruz
the federals driven from the city of
Renr Admiral Frank F. Fletcher, bu
e disturbed etty, Inasmuch ss the civil
ITV was proclaimed, and th? city was
armed sailors marching througb oui?
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Tho kindly dispositioned and ever
vivacious C??Ui'?u?n o??t? OD iicui?fig
that a New Jersey hair expert had ad
vised gentle . treatment towards the
cow if the owner wanted to reap rich
lacteal reward, cheers the sentiment
to thc e^ho. Which was to have been
expected. But iq sequence of culo
glum, In which the cow ls given a
place almost as high as thal attained
1 by Mother Goose's celebrated bovino
heroine, savors rather ot an explora
tion of The State's own humane cos
imos than of any profound knowlodgo
jot cows In general.
For cows can be/at times, mend per
j verse critters . Os such occasions, a
careful perusal' of Artemus Ward's
I description bf his favorite kangaroo
v iii assist in discussing, everything
Uiey are not; ecept possibly tho
"cuss." They aro aro ali that and a
noble working surplus In the treas
. .?.ST I-... wi...'
. .- liVMliiUin - - -
In toe good old days"when the pas
ture fields were large* and bosky re
treats made up of pawpaw bushes and
jack oak Jungles afforded refreshing
hiding places. from the flies, lt was
?not an unm'ved joy to find the family
cow In the shank of thc evening. Out
I in thc open she loomed up as con
I ?nlr-iiniioly na (ho alfi" nf A barn. But
tho way she could- secreto 1 fsrself
when she was most wanted would have
leen a godsend to a benevolent trust
magnate wh?n confronted willi a con
gressional investigation. And how in
nocent and hurt her expression, when,
finally discovered and dislodged by a
few well aime-d dornics. she took up a
majestic amble towera' the' milking
There, womanlike, she meditated re
venge with tho same sweet i look un
changed in her eye made even more
nlaciri bv tim wnllniifnir of tho ottA^ ???
the meek periodic regurgitation of the
four or more stomachs below. Thus
the milking proceeded. "Swish, swish,
v ent the white streams; also swish,
swish, went the ^U"url?b| lija fel
low's face and eyes and mouth!" And
Just as thc bucket is filled io thc ring,
tbls sweet lovable creature that needs
someone .to understand her-why, she
gets all hot up about something that
ls transpiring in the next held or the
next county and kicks the pall over,
and starts to pola the uprising. If ever
a cow wajnseixcd with a panic before
the mikcr got down to the last strip
ping, it's not on record.
Cows should be treated right, no
doubt. But unless somothtng more
effacions has been ia vented, or cow
nature has radically changed for the
better, theold fashioned thro* !*g??d
' i i IM i ? ia i !??. j treat p?S?iut? ??r?t aid *u
the administering of fond caresses,
and,? very present help, in the time
of need. .
ORK MILL MEETING
Directors and Officers Are Be*electet>
The stockholders of the Orr Cotton
mills in their annual meeting held In
thc ci?.cc cf thc company at noon yes
terday expressed themselves as being
well pleased with what the mill has
accomplished during the year.
The election of the board of .direc
tors resulted tu tho re-election of ute
bid board, which was composed of
the following; E. P. Frost, Charleston;
who was present to day;' Mr. E. P.
Smith of New York. Mr. John K.
Branch of Richmond and Messrs. J.
R. Venturer. R. S. Llgon. N. B. Sulli
van, J. F. Watson, M. P. Orr and Jas.
' The directors met immediately after
the meeting of the stockholders bad
adjourned and elected the officers for
the ensuing year aa follows: Jas, D.
Hammett, president and treasurer; R.
8. Llgon vice president and Jhon B.
Humbert . sec-olary and assistant
Thc lice question h mircldy
tented il >ou ?uti yout fowls wittf,
(Conke/s lice Powde^
It'i uie, quick and s_r.^ ,
Sive? yow pooten profits trjfasirjp]
0 Killi the Lice
Uoesn't Harm Chickens
Pnce 23 mm. SU ?Mi ?nd it OX
For th? IMO trw Mt m the melt by
day md prey on cbiAcn at ?ft?.apray
your puuki) hou* ?Mb
Conkers Lice Uqw?
Oram them out (hnroufc-hly Quart SS
mn batt gallon ?0 cents galla* Ilia
1er the dc?%,bca*tluu>r we
Uteoivc and oorwi'l harm crud?. IO
and ?5 crnra. Money back lt thctc
preparation* do not uml>
. Tb. C. t Cal?, C?. CUvmtai. Ctn*
SOLI) BY KV ANS' PHARMACY.
Antler s nit', S. C.
5 horse power, with step
starter. Only $210.00.
L. L. Harris; Agent,
BELTON, H. C.
Under this head will ho ran short
announcements of candidates. The
rates for these aro so follows: For
tounty offices In both dally . and
semi-weekly, till election $7.50; in
either alone, |5.00, cash io ,. ndvnhce
strictly. For city offices: In dally
only: Mayor. $5.00; aldermen $3.00.
I hereby announce myself a candi-,
dato for county commissioner for the
Tlilrd Section, consisting or ihtrviu,
??rur.hy Creen, W??i?a?asiun ann Hope
well townships, subject to thc. action
of tho democratic primary.
H. A. FOBTttH,
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o EAKLKY NEWS o
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(From Progresa.) ... .; /
Mr. O. W. Parrish, who .
turning from his story Saturday ni
In a delivery' Wagon \aa^r<in Si
by an automobil^?wlna"tjriva|?
brace Fennell of tho Ks
laid. Mr. Parrish was knocked fr
the wagon and; was Quite painfu
hurt. The car was considerably ii
A long aud interesting proglAHHH
l>cen arrangod for the closing exorei
cf Mountain View Behool, south or
Easley, on May 15 and 16. There will
bo several, addresses b>( pfomii
speakers, recitations, dirwoguc-a, ora
tions, music, songs, eic. The public ia
cordially invited each dsy. -
A tenant housd on the tann of Mr.
J, YU, jonns?on, o? uiu ????c? r
Twenty Sentioii wat* dust?'-.>)ed u> Si?
about four o'clock Sunday afternoon.
It was occupied by Mr: Waldrup ena
family who wore away at the time.
Tho house end contents were a total
IOSB. which will amount to about SSI*.
On next Saturday there will he an
all day picnic at Mt. PRtsant Presby
terian church. Three prominent
speakers from the agricultural depart*
ment of Clemson college will address
the crowd. Bring a big dinner tj?s>
wet. All are Invited.
A very largo congregation attended
the services at Mt. Pisgah Sunday. The
second Sunday in May ls always look,
ed forward to as a big day with tho
church. The services last 3unday
conducted by Bev :D. W. Hlott, who
has been pastor there for thirty-eight
Dr. John O. Clinkscales, president
of Welford college will speak at the
following churches next Sunday, tho
17th instant. Antioch at ll e. m..
Glenwood 4:30 p. m., and at Zion 8:00 ,?
p. m. Everybody is Invited. '?'.]
Mr. Cloude Rogers died at his h<
on the farm of Mr. John Wyatt, se Veiw
miles south ot this city on thc J
insf. He-ls survived by bis wife c
several small children.
Mrs. ft. R. Hamilton returned witlB
Mrs., Esther Hunt to LarkineJ|^H
I Monday - u? No. 29. wher?v"shn will i
spend aboii.1 two weeks.
Mr. W. R. A. Garrett of this <
" trended ser dees at Slx Mlle last ?,
day. HP states that th'erevwero :
tween 1.000 and 1,600 people present/ ya
The old soldiers' meting at Cr
Roads church on last Thursday, May
7, was a booming success. Notwith- ?'
standing the busy season ot the year,
the house waa filled and man
not get Inside. The addresses were
excellent. W. B. Finley of PIckens,
spoke on the causes leading up to
Civil War. Hal W. Hlott of Ee-v
spoke on the spirit of thsJMBM^^H
John L. Looper, nacffsfnfcS^BHR*
on the sacrifices of our women ff
The dinner was almost be.\
scription, both in qnr.-.iity sofl^^m v
ity. We were mabVt to VWH? '
any other community in ^icki
ty could furbish such dinners .
make everybody feel eo mueh^^^j^^ '
in the afternoon the oid "u?flUHMS: ?31
an experience meeting and lt t
Interesting to hear some of JEIHHB^. '
Especially good waa., ^^jgHfiyf
mr. Sede Watkins. ^it#B$
was a great day, f