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-mE?PMD?/Vr AiAATMl/ BE WARS \
OFSmOTH STRANGERS W/Tti N/CB 1
If all of thole ?cheme* which "Smooth" strangers come
around to peddle are such great "Money Makers'' why don't they
KEEP them themselves?
When a man is trying hard to sell you a proposition there b
something in it for Him-that's a sure thing.
Is it not better for us all to keep our money here at home,
invest m and build up OUR OWN Community?
The man who does?this is prosp?rons.
We pay .4 per cent, interest on Savings.
Make OUR B.uik YOUR bank
Anderson, S. C.
FARMERS Am MERCHANTS
. . . ?L_$.
The Farmers Loan ?& Trust^Co.
Will be pleased lo discount from iSop to 2000 gilt edge notes
running from $50 io gloo each, that wil be paid during the
months of October and November.
L-!er J . - . -
20 Tons Baled Burmuda Hay
$20 00 Per Ton
Mepctt Bros. -
Fair Play, S: C.
We Have Buggies
coining in almost every doy the
latest shipment being a car of
Come in and let \ -? w them.
They are 1914 Mc
We have a nice lino of Pony
J. S. FOWLER
Five Doi!ars Rewardt|i
For the - largest Water Melon grown fronour seed. We hat* TOM WAT- ! j
M)*, KLI'.KliKT SWEET sad MONTE CRISTO. We also hare for wtiTwe>! i
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tin*. tt??d*p} ?ma?rH p2ew-- ?? ihrtt entirely -=c~ vraicr ?E??S vt??
bc rf?rrn frc? to sa; cf our farmer friends waa will cat) kt oar state.
JFar&t*? Book ?Store
LAST JURY CASES COMPLET
NO COURT MONDAY
Judge Prince Will Tuesday Take
Up Hearing of Large Number
Of Appeal Cases
(From Sunday's Daily.)
Following a three week's session
of the criminal' court for Anderson
County, Judge Prince yesterday an
nounced at noon i?at the court would
adjourn. Ho instructed Clerk of
Court James N. Peartnah tu formally
open court Monday morning at 10
o'clock and then adjourn, as the
Judge will not he in the city. He will
return to Anderson in time to take
the bench Tuesday morning and will
begin hearing the many appeal cases
on the docket.
Yesterday'* business it" rbi? rcurt
consisted entirely of hearing pleaa of
guilty and Imposing sentences and no
jury cases were beard. The follow
ing is a record of the day's proceed
Jim Derrick was found guilty of
Retting ll((uor and was fined $200 ^or a
sentence of six months. Upon the
payment of $100 of thir fine the dofen
dan; will be released and the sentenbe
suspended until the first day of the
next term of court.
B?rry Carter waa found guilty of
selling liquor and he was sentenced
by Judge Prince to pay a fine of $100
or serve a term of six months lu
Prank Williams tried for murder,*
and found guilty of manslaughter was
sentenced to three years of hard la
Ryon Cox, found guilty of assault
and battery with intent to kill, was
fined $100 and given u tenn of six
months at hard labor. Upon the pay
ment of his fine, the defendant's term
In jail will be Burpended during good
Mrs. Martin Seligman Acquired
Business Property on Main St.
For Sum of $8,000 '
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(From Sunday's Daily.)
Deals In dirt in Anderson Involving
large sums are becoming an every
day affair here. Friday a deal vtA
cpnsumeted for. ?owe Main street
property at a very considerable fig
ure and yesterday O. H. Balles sold
to Mre. Martin Seligman a lot on South
Maid street facing 21 feet ana running
back 94 feet. The consid?ration la
said to have been $8,800 and the deal
waa put through by the Anderson Real
Estate and Investment Company.
TiuB was the piece of property pur
chased Friday from P. E. Ciinksca?
and B F. Mauldln by Mr. Balles. The
latter had already owned an Interest
In the site for some time.
The agreement going with the aale
yesterday was to the effect that Mra.
Seligman !s to make' improvements on
the place, erecting a handsome busi
ness building thereon and having it
completed, not later than January 1 of
Piedmont & Northern Will Run
Special Trains for Several
Trips Through Mountains
(From Sunday's Daily.)
People living in this section of the
country will be interested in learning
that the Piedmont & Northern Lines
will shortly begin operatiug excursion
trains for one day and fbr week-end
trips to the mountains 'and other
points. One excursion has already
been run this season from Anderson to
Alta Pass and the public took to the
Idea with a right good will, a targe
nrumber making the trip. Thc other
excursions will likewise draw well
The company is planning an excur
sion, to Johnson City, Tenn., June 25
when exceptionally low rates are to
be offered. In July another excursion
Is being planned to Atlanta and lt ls
likely Ibis trip will attract large, num
hers also. ,
There will be a number of small ex
curslons. confined to the -Interurban
lines. Next Tuesday the . . Methodist
Sunday scho.ll of Anderson will go to
WSUIamston. lt is believod that at
[east BOO passengers will.be cared for
upon this trip. The Baptist Sunday
ichool of Spartanburg will go to Thiel
Springs some time next week, the ex
?ct date not having been given out as
Next Thursday night the road is ex
pectlng to handle large ?crowds to
Chick Springe when th&?. T. C. dance
??eur? at that place. There will be
l?verai extra cars pressed into service
No special summer rates to Chick
Springs, WilHaraston aod other points
have been announced - as yet. though
it ls highly likely that low rates will
tm given out later. No idea as tb w"jat
reductionr, in the round-trip fares baa
leen given, though th'er lines will make
;&o>ates sufficiently attractive to keep
the passenger traffic of the road blah
luring tue bot weather.
I NC * ; fft-miTFOlWI? !N JiniCMiC.
J. Campbell Beasley, an Fu
ll lab explorer who bad Jost return
?.fr. Frans H. Bogers, of Momsnee, Bl.,
.'I take plrssure in highly weommend
|sg Dr. ?oses* Xd??urui. A year agu I
was obliged to ase crutches, having been
crippled with rheumatism. Doctors failed
to help me. Various remedies did no good.
I used several bottles of Dr. Jone?' Lini
ment and reeoveml so fully that I went
back to my old job of firing a locomotive.
Dr. Joues' Liniment is also excellent for
Here ia a man who suffered great pain,
and waa unable to work, which would dis
courage moat anybody. How rosny men
and wi nunn are there, who finding mi relief
after trying two or three remedies give up
in despair, and make life unpleasant for
themselves and those around them P Such
was not tho cass with Mr. Bogers. He
kept on trying until be finally got the right
medicina aud was cured.
Dr. Jones' Liniment will do the uuiu for
Sold by Evans' Pharmacal Compa
ny, Frlerson's Pharmacy, Belton and|
ed from the cart of the jungled nesr
thc headwaters of the Amazon River,
tollr of finding three Inca cities,
abandoned' ton or twenty tlunisand
yean ago, but w.th evidences of. mar
velous architectural skill and 1 with
wonderful utensils und weapons made
of an alloy of goir. and sliver. Stone
gates weighing thousands of tons,
with fortifications rising tier or tier
above the waters of the rlV'jr. tole! .the
story of a .prehistoric city of imp.*eg
nable streugtb. )A road was found
Bia feet wide, built through the heart
of the Ji ngle, fifteen hundred miles
In length, asd in ainjonl OB good.con
dition aa when it was first laid obt,
unknown thousands cf years at/o.
ORRVILLE -CHURCH !
Revival Services Are Accom
pUshing Great Good In
?- . \
(From Sunday's Pally.) \
Tho meering at ? tbe Orrvlllo
Methodist church, ls veil on Its feet.
Br .?.her .Mcford. of . .*. -?rtria. ia doing
a'vue i. i .. prep.ciiiiu-. . tie 14 reaching
some of the hard cases? of the commun.
Itv. Each, night theres are many to re
main at the altar lour; after tho con
gregation ia dlsmlflce t Sev .irai brlglit
young men,-have glv-ia their hettie to
the Lord. Thore wilj'jo three servic
es today. The Sunday/school will .-noet
at us"ual-iu>ut5*HThc Afternoon -uM*ifJ>
class" 'wli-| meet ?v*ftb; th?3 morning
school. Rev.'McrCf.nl will preach ac.
11:15 in the mornUgl, and nt 3:30 ana
8:00i o'clock in tho afternoon and ev
Song services viii rWin thirty min
utes earlier. i
Everybody is. Invitee? Come early lr
you desire a seat. expect every
pew, to. be filled before the preaching
hour arrives. We askj- t':i? earnest'
prayers of every sen ?.nt of the true
and living Cod. The ye will also be
services at the Toxawuy Met lu. dist
church both morning land evening, at
the usual hours. Sun lay school in the ;
afternoon.. The past<ir*wil] not bent
Tpxaway, on account i of the Orrvlllo
meeting, but will hnv.Yl a different man',
to hold, each service, \Tbese men aro;
Qod's servants and wilt prove a bless-)
lng tb every one wio atomds th-ise ser
vices; i i
They are raen/front J the city, nov
preachers, but n.eu windan and do of-1
ten preach both.1 by pre :o?t and ex.uo
ple. They will ?be abie to tell you and
also show you vhst n( "Layman" can
and Bhf aid do. .Everybody is cordially
Invited to meet! with us in these set-v
ices. This ia a -part of our yogram, to
have services/in every village on the
Orville charro every Sunday. We ar?
also trying to get out of competition,
with our Baptist brethren, j We ^or-^
ship with Ahem on their / presetting
days abd invite them to worship with
us on oura> , Services at Orrville, Tox
away, and Cluck every Sabbatb. From
now on. \ '
! W. T. B. Pastor.
lox io and was ur* matter, and every
nerve will be bBi'?r, very much more
pliant and st tonger. Pure blood is
essential to gund hefdth.
BIBS. ?QE PERSON'S
/ ..;\- f?Tji ? .
bsa met sa anqtSMtioSed saooeso In sU dis
order da? to poor blood: It els in? sad sn.
riebe? tit A life Btdd und Utas pjsparo? tbs
way to perfect hpaltfe. Voorastebboej bsve
cued lt fc?r forty yes?, sad U?sy? testify to Its
.tieatUt-sittsc/ aasiiviw. its raleas yat
most eatetoat fi tr tts purpose.
in bas rtr??iribsasd op mr syststa sod
built up my sr* letal heulUi. I Bad It t fine
final ty remedy So keep la cb? boos* for Ute
complaints of j the children."-Mts. H. KA
llhelnh?idt. it*on Station, N.tX
forait WooS tatst*, for alt rvsnttltutlonal
wsaSb^Msss, idn. ios Person's Betasdy bsa
proved itself'very helpful. Tc im dre raitt
usn sanely ; ?~?. ff hs doesn't ?.vt lt for roo
a.ernroy saxes cxMOfKMiATKM*
lsclostna oas'dollar, tad they .wilt stnd lt
with fu!V directions.
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BOLES CANDIDATES ?
WILL M TD OBEY
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!N APPROACHING MUNICIPAL
Strict Requirements For Candid
dates For Offices of Alderman
and Mayor of Anderson
Much interest is being manifested
in Anderson over the approaching mu
nicipal election and both candidates
and voters are mucb exercised over
the close approach ot June IC. The
election IE to be held on that day and
after that time there will be several
new face* seen at the city hall .and
on the city's various bnardB. .
In order that prospective candi
dates may refresh their memories on
the requirements for qualification,
section seven of thc rules adopted by
thc committee is h?r? preEC-ntcd*
"All candidates for any of said of
fices ?hall, on or before 12 o'clock,
noon, oh Tuesday, Juhe 2. 1914', file
? written pledge with ' the chairman
of ?aid executive committee to the ef
fect that he will abide by the results
of said election and aloa pay bis as
sessment as Axed by said comtnittoe;
and only such perseus as comply here
with shall be permitted to be candi
dater in said primary. Provided, that
after the time for filing said pledges
abd before the close of either of such
elections, should any candidate it tr?,
it chall be the duty ofthc city ' ex
ecutive committee to afford opportun
ity for the entry of other candidates
for the office Involved, and should
death occur more than ten days'before
a primary election, then raid commit
tee shall make dates entering the
race, but if said death occur after ten.
days, then the balloting for said of
fice shall not be at thc succeeding
primary election, but at such time:
may bo Axed by Bald committee, and
said committee shall provide for the
filing of pledges."
Voters Munt Qualify.
In order to' be able to vote In the
primary elections it is necessary that,
the would-be voter have his name en
rolled on tho club roll of hts Ward
at least five days before the day of
the primary. Thc voter mdst tte a
resident of South Carolina for at
toast two years and of the City of An
derson for at least four months before
the dat? bf the municipal general el
ect on, which will be held sometime in
Ju!y. Tho city council has n?t ?et a
date1, for the general election.
Section eight of the rules is here
with presented as information to the
voters, so that they might quality:
'No 'person shall bo allowed to vote
at ra!d4primary elections who is not
? member of said democratic club of
ikhe ward In which he resides, and
whore name has not been enrolled on
raid club' five days before the first el
ection and who has not been a res
ident ot South Carolina two years,
und the city of Anderson four months
UL UIVUIUV. I; JU o ced ?n g the next gen
era* municipal election. The various
Urta bf the clubs shall be closed Ave
days before the first of B?ld elections
and after being inspected and certi
i fled to by the president and secretary
>>f each club, r.hnll be delivered to the
c'minnon of the city executive com
mittee, where they shall remain-open
i to public inspection until the Qrut el
ection; abd it shall be lt?-.* duty of
said committee to inspect st? td Mets
before the flrrt election, to erase
therefrom the name or natue? of any
parson or perrons not entl.'.lcd to vote
therein, and said lists, as corrected by
the committee and certified to by the
chairman and secretary thereof, shall
be turned over to the manager ?j of
elections of the respective* warda be
fore the opening of ute polls at the
first election, and shall'constitute the
polling lists for said elec.ions; provid
ed, that no person -mill bo allowed to
vote at said elections, e/cn though
his name appears on one ot thc club
lists, unless such perron he otherwise
qualified under the ?aw and these
ralfe.' The managers ot elrctions
i thal I require tho foi lowing oath be
fore permitting any to vote, namely,
do solemnly swear that I have
b.?<m a resident of this state for two
y?.uxs and or the city of Anderson for
four months and am otherwise quali
fied to vote at this election, and pledge
mysel' to support the nominee of the
Pomms desiring to get their names
on the club rolls should see the sec
retary cf the club of their Ward. The
secretarys of the six wards are aa
Ward 1-C. Eugene Trlbble.
Ward 2.-Foster Fant. .
Ward 3.-J. S. Acker.
Ward 4.-D. O. Browne.
Ward 5.-R. R. King.
Ward 6.-F. J. White.
* HAD LITTLE RAIN
Anderson Visited by Slight Driggle
5or a Few Minutes Bot Situ
ation fat Noe Yet Relieved
rh ? '.'? . ? I
Several visitors la the etty yesterday
from various, fcorts of the county re
ported that a alight raia fell about
midnight but that lt did not cont Ir no
for long enough to do any real good.
And err on. was visited by a suggestion
of a rain nut it was.a suggestion with
out any materialisation. The few
drops fell in a half-hearted fashion
an rt ?hon rnm.A<t niuf I ha pub!!? felt
worse tba* before the rain staffed.
One man was heard to remark that
the rain tmalled so sweet h$ blood
out liv it as long as it continued and
Would have been willing to get thor
oughly wet i? the rain had continued.
til? .II:--.? |.j?4>ktitf. ifTlJ
CHARGE OF CITY LINES
BUT FEW CHANGES
Some Few Improvement* Con-1
templated And It lt Believed
City Will Profit by Move
(From Sunday's Daily.)
Effective at midnight laat night thc
Southern Public Utilities Cern pan y of
Auden on assumed tbe management ui
the street railway Hoes in this city,
and hereafter the system will bo under
the direct management of the South
ern Public Utllltties officials. Ander
son people for the most part believe
that his is a splendid step and they
expect that the change will roault
In the local system hoing improved.
This- matter has been contemplated
for some time but tho details have ]ust
been worked out sufficiently to allow
the fermai absorption of the city line?.
It sems to be the general policy of
the Southern Public Utilities Co., to
awn and operate all of the city trac
Hon lines that have been the proper
ty of the Piedmont & Northern Rail
way lu Charlotte, N. C.,,Greenville, S
C.. and Anderson.
It ls understood that the formal
taking over in all three towns will oc
cur at thc same time.
The Southern Public Utilities Co.
have bought outright all of the prop
arty necorsary to the city line? and
are consolidstlng them with their oth
er property here in Anderson, and will
operate the street car service as one
of the department:; of this company.
The local manager, H. A. orr, wilt
have charge of all the property and
T. F. Hill will be superintendent oi
the Street Railway Department.
Mr. HlU'c office will be over tho
Southern Public Utilities Co's, office,
and the operation of thc road will be
from the offices ot the Southern Pub
lic Utilities Co.
It ls understood that several im
provements in the service and equip
ment are contemplated, but no despite
Information could bo given as lo their
plans at this time.
lt will be very much to the advan
tage of the city to have theso lines
under local management, as it Will
enable clorer supervision and thc of
fices will be in closer touch with thc
requirements of the city.
With the recent new work that has
been done, the whole system is now
in first class shape.
THOS. N. KAY OUT
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Prominent Fanner From Whit
field Section Announces Can
didacy-For a Clean Raes
(From Sunday's Dally.) j
Ttiomas N. Kay, of Belton, route [
S, announced himself in this issue se
a candidate for county supervisor.
Mr. Kay is a prosperous farmer of the'
Whitefield eectlon., and this is the.
first time he has ever offered for any
political office. He has many warm
friends sud admirers in his communi
ty and over the county who have been
urging him to make, the race, and he
feels sure he will make lt Interesting
for. his competitors.
Mr. Kay states that he ts making I
the race on. his own merits, and that
he ls no coat tail swinger, and that I
he will be supervisor for the entire j
coanty if elected, and not of any Sec
tion only. He ls an adv?calo of good j
roads, but believes the roads already.
In existence be worked in preference j
to making new opes.
The office of county supervisor will
be warmly contested, and there wl|l
be several aspirants. In addition to J
Mr. Kay, tho present supervisor, J.
Mack King, will stand for elect lan and
lt ls reported that T. M. Vandiver I
and Claude Martin will also he can- |
' _-.vi .cr .
Report of City Schools Made Pub
lie Yesterday Shows ai Tobi
Of 3,588 Children
(From Sunday's Dally.)
Anderson ls prouder of her ac ii cols
than any other institution abc- pos
sesses and Anderson people will ne
gratified to see the splendid report of
the attendance during the session
whick closed Friday. Thia report was
made public yesterday by Prof. E. C
IffCCanta, superintendent Of schools,
and shows that during the session a
grand total of 3,588 pupila attended
the city schools of Andersen.
Ftg ur es for the \\ya show that there
were 1,080 boys in the school daring
the yeer and ther were 1,162 Kiri*,
making a total or 2,242 for the white
school. In the ti?gro schools there
were 1,346 enrolled. Of this number
541 were boys and 805 were girls.
; Mr. McCants says thai the record I
made for the last term ls a good one |
but that hs aspects thia number tn a>
largely increased, both in tb- -
schools and the white tchr.o..* t?v.xt
Nollre of Meeting.
The following committee ls request
ed to meet at Anderson College nefct
Wednesday. JUBO 3rd, at 11;00 A. M,
i?rr. t.:. H. u as aa way, ostra i.isxie Uae
saway. Mrs. K. P. Gamhre.il, Mrs. B?
J. McGowan. Mrs. J. M. Paget, MTS:
W?Wt Centp>Ul, Mrs, W. T .Tate, ?sa
Mrs. Rufus Fant.
AfterThirtyYears'fixperieiioelK?Ti ?: >
?oduced Au A?kiltjjce for y
Woiu?u or Chloren THt ' A
?nrwj^tAro. . ..
I Btu? it ?? Vital }
lt run bar? tried in?.I UTI-MUIIAM ?IM. ?nm? to 1
Appllaiif a. .frli? frafcraMt Multan* aa^i win1 la^aatJ
Siring other? tit* benefit of Mt ??pari???*. ?
U ruptured, write him today. ; ? i
.t Martha?, Mich. 1
roa freo mr lllmtratod i 0<>k os- IluptereeM Ita
cuto, ?iiuwljjf roj- Atip.lrnno and Rtvlu* r<VKri?e? I
aud nunc? or uionr pcuj?o ?bo bari tttriil H au? I
wtre i nrcd. lt sirca Jut?jit rrili-r wi.w> ?i; ;- j
rall. l?rmemlHT. I ni? no tai vu?, no l>?rn*w,"no'7l??T J
1 Mil I on trial lu pravo w'.iat 1 nt-.y lt trae. Yan,'< WKS?
aie tLi> Jniifr? r.rd carr navio* teptrtxf 1hw(BJ?M\wwwww
book and rr fl lt JOH viii BI ?mtUuHaaUo Ai ni/ 1
buudrcdt or ?i? tu .a* v'uiiM lau?T }<?a caa ?ito
mad. Vin ont rreo ?nupuo bni?w aaims! Jod i y ?fl
It'a voil worth T^cir time wost bar nw tr* tuv S?
pilanca oy aol.?- .
Stands for flu il _^
] era, come people think/^aaw
/ But Tm a smart chicken-I
I know that C Btands for Conkey
\ who can put the kibosh on Chalen
\ Indigestion and Bowel Trouble'ir
V XUttle clJ||?^tJi ?onktyV
? ' ^\Cholera Remedy,, J?
SOLD I \*&--insMteM
a good turn by I?BL
Om RANGE. Wes
Easy t?t??^$2 down
Anderson Gm i
Do yon realise that'
stronger tha? a doz
even If they aggregate
total of deposits?
Tbat'a why we are
ly .seeking new custottefj
want aa wide a circle
and customers as posvi
Of course, large , i
welcome, too, for lt.,
pose to serve ?fi
Bet we %rant n
thia tW^^fcr^ witt ti
tKo-'r <Vpoaiitsand fl^^H
odiaotage of oer adi
ery facility of the
If rou are not a
tor at al) come Lo
Claimed with' t?L
gsad to talk thirty