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Here Is - Good News
lor Stomach Victims
Some very remarkable results are
tiring obtained by trialing stomach,
liver, and Intestinal trouble- with pure
Vegetable oil?, which exert a cleatming,
Coothing and purifying action upon the
Jo- ?er bowell, removing the obstruction*
Of poisonous fecal matter and ga?r* and
preventing their>eb?orptiou by the blood,
fbi- done, the food is allowed free pan
Mtge from the ttotnacb, fermentation
cease? and .stomach trouble? quickly din
George If. Mayr, for twenty year* a
Eliding Chicago druggist, cured himself
Mild many of bil friend* of stomach,
tiVe*/ and intestina! trouble* of year*'
Handing by thia, treatment, and so suc
Ciisfdl wa? thc remedy be deviled that
lt has since bee)) placed in the hand* of
etUggistB all over the rountry, who have
sold thousands of bottle*,
i, Though absolutely ba.mles*, th.* ef
' f?ct of thc medicine is sufficient to con
vince any'one of it? remarkable effect
iveness, and within 24 hour* the sufferer
feels like a new person. Mayr'* Won?
d?rfu) Stomach Remedy is now sold here
Why we want
Do you realize that a hundred
?mall accounts make a bank
stronger than a dozen l.-vge ones
even ff they aggregate the same
total of deposits?
That's why wo ore constant
ly seeking hew customers. We
want as wide a circle of friends
end customers as possible.
Cf course, largu accounts are
Welcome, too, for lt ls our pur
pose t vserve ALL people.
But wu want tuen and women
bf limited means to know that
thin bank is willing to accept
their deposits sud give them the
Advantage of our advice ano ev
ery facility of the institution.
- If you ere not a bank deposi
tor at oil come In and get ac
quainted witli us. We w?ll ho
?,;ad to talk things over with
I^?-'^ridrson's Improved Spanish
; Peanuts. They pull up with the
bUsh and have three to four peas
to the pod. The flavor is helier
than the smaller Spanish or any
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> other peanut.
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?i Remember our offer bf $10.00
' in cash prises for thc largest
melons grown from our seed.
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Get.your garden seed from us
If ^o? want the best results,
i Ab? Leading Drug Store.)
\ way. -usa lt If roar towt? ?Sow *ny ?y wp
SOLD Jt? KVAKS* FUA BtfACT.
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DC ntrjuiu HI unit
TRUSTEES YESTERDAY DE
CIDED UPON THAT STEP
LOSS IS VERY SMALL
Glenn Jtreet School Building Was
Completely Covered By Insur
ance; New Building
(Prom Thursday's Dally.)
|- Thc Htutemeot wan made yesterday
hy E. c. M?r<'aula, superintendent of
tbe public achola of Anderson, that
thc Glenn street school building, al
most entirely destroyed by fire carly
! yesterday morning, would be rebuilt
' us scon as thc contractors could bid
' un the Job und material could be se
cured. This statement followed a vls
? it of inspection, paid by Mr. Met'ants
und certain of the school truste**, to
the burned building.
lt hu? been ascertained that the
loss wus not nearly KO large as had at
first been feared. The building cost
only S11.000 and the trustees carried
"10.(100 insurance, lt Is estimated
that the value of the fixtures and fur
niture In the building would not ex
ceed $1,000 on (lils there was (750 In
surance. It will therefore be seen
that no considerable loss was suffered.
Great speculation prevailed yester
day over how the building could have
caught. The floors were perfectly
clean, and Mr. McCants says that even
though a lighted matclj fiad been
thrown on the floor there was no
rubbish or anything of that nature to
start a blaze. The theory that lt
might have caught from defective wir
ing was discarded yesterday when it
wa? learned that the wires in the
building had never been connected
, with electricity.
; One of tho people living near the
school says that he observed a light
in tho room where the fire atarted
about 12 o'clock but thought that pos
sibly the janitor waa yet in the build
ing. AH the 'alarm did not come la
until some time after 1 o'clock lt ls
believed that tho light that he saw
must hfive been from a lamp as the
?'-'fire would have gained enough head
way In' .less than an hour to bo seen.
Yesterday it was believed that some
one hod secured access-to the build
ing and overturned a Tamp, which
. ' canoed tho fire. ;
I ' Tho greatest- damage done by the
flamen wus on the top of the building.
[In tho basement of tho building the
- j heating. plant und furnace . remained
i intact and there was almost a car loon
'of coal there which was yesterday
found to be unhurt. The Beworage
U system of the building did not suffer
j- any material damage.
i Hr. McCants sold yesterday that he
expected to have the building entirely
repaired und ready fur use by Septem
COURT TO CLOSE
ON MILES APPEAL
I Following Argument In Thal Case |
This Afternoon, Court For
Anderson County Will End
- (Prom Thursday's Dally.)
No casos were argued bofore Judge
Prince yesterday and no session of
court was held. It was announced,
however, that a hearing would take
' place this afternoon at 2 o'clock In
the case of Will Miles, charged with
'slander, and convicted on the second
I Monday or court. It will be remeni
I bored that notice of appeal was filed
In this case and the bearing this af
ternoon will determine whether or
not the sentence shall bo Imposed up
on the defendant.
This will ho the last capt; to como
beforo the court and. adjournment
will take place. However, the Court
of'Common Pleas for Andersen county
will convene on June 15, the first
week's Jury being drawn yesterday.
?The following are those to serve .on
W. C .Austin. Anderson.
J. T. Milford, Broadway,
I. P. Clinkscales, Belton.
John T. Barr?as, Anderson. ,
J. M. Knox. Cenlervltle.
L. E. Bowie, Corner.
A. E. Lewis. V?rennos. ' ;
J. W. Cromer. Fork.
B. H. Hodges, Savannah.
D. J.. Bolt. Rock Milln.
T. C. Bannister. Martin.
C. C. Dargan, Anderson.
J. H. Hutchinson, Centorvllle.
B. F. Wiglngton, Brushy Creek.
J. T. Clamp, Belton.
H. L. Jackson, Hall.
. I. L. Williams. Garvin.
NV. N. Walker, Anderson.
L. P. Gable, Anderson.
J. Reed Garrison, Pendleton.
H. P. McDaniel. Broadway.
Kyle j Shirley, Anderson.
L. L. Bradley, Anderson. -
S. B. Bratchor, Martin.
J: K. Ballard. Wllllamston.
J. Wi Hanks, Honen Path.
CC. Cox. li on ea Path.
R. Pg Patterson. Wllllamston.
A. Vf. Crenshaw, Wllllamston.
John L. Pruitt; Anderson.
E. O. Burris's, Anderson.
S. C. Summers. Pendleton.
JJ Li Cooley. Hones Path.
J. T. Cann, Pendleton,
J. W. Johnson. Wllllamston.
? ' NOTICE]
ir School election will ba held at Wal
$ ker MoJBImoile, District NQ. 50., for an
I additional Two Mill Tax, for general
S w.'.hool purposes. Registration ! ?ar
' tinettes abd Tax. Receipt necessary to
volo. Election will be held on Satur
day. Juno t?u>. 7 a. ra: to 4 p. in.
', Hr order of the School Board. . V
I J. B. Felton, Supt. - 1
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i? 0|J|JOM*II to nu.?-. o
o New ('aulle, l'u.. .lune o
*vit?l?ilj!>rg o? Hie I) ll I ted ?'*i VS'uV- o
terian church win? are members o
o of CIUIIH liavliiK Rldelioanls, ut- o
o torne/* who represen! iippll- o
i) cants for liquor I Icense or prop- o
erty owners who rent their o
building for saloons muy he dis- o
? clplliied hy Hie ehurcti If the in- o
dividual churches care to take o
o up the question, uc-.-ording to the o
:J conclusion reuched *<:day hy the o
0 general aasernidy here. o
1 O O O O O O O O o o o o o o o o o o o
GOT MONEY HERE
Anderson People May Have Been
Fleeced By Chinese Doctor,
Now In Trouble In Atlanta
(Fiom Thursday's Hally.)
While lt was Impossible to secure
?be names of any of thc people
leeccd, it is sahl that some Anderson
>cpplc tell prey to the wiles of u
'him ..e doctor, now located ni At
a??a, und sent him some, money for
i "cure-all" clulnicd to possess won
lerful medicinal quulitio:-. The doc
tor ls the celebrated Tom T. Young
and bc war. ai rested yesterday in At
lanta for making claims through the
United Slates mulls of his ability to
(cure rheumatism, lumbago, gout, drop
sy, neuralgia, heart disease, indiges
tion, tuberculosis, ustlnuu and hun
dreds of ct?ier ailments to which the
unman family in heir.
Thc charge io that Young extracted
.ut fcer. Hom the clients and fur
nished them perfectly harmless herbs
and concoctions In return, thereby
proving the truth of the old poetic
prove? o that "For ways that are dark
and ti ?cite that are vain, the heathen
Chinee is peculiar."
The government officers there be
lieve that Tom Young's office is mere
ly one of a chain of a nation-wide or
ganization of Chinese swindlers, ex
tending from Frisco to th> Atlantic
seaboard. The specific charge against
Young is that of using the United
States mail to defraud.
According to Inspector B. P. Smith
who mado the arrest,.the oriental
I quacks have been 0per?i?Y/g:?xi?iVstv?
ly far years but have been so adroit
j in their practice that not until Young
bit at the bait of a rich fee dangled
before him by the government agents
wore the secret service men abie to
make uny definite case.
Charles Burroughs Passed Away;
Y?s ter day Morning At Home of
B roi her, David BuTcu^ht
(From Thursday's Dally.)
Charles Burroughs, aged At y^ars,
died j cst erda, v morning at 10 o'clock
at the home of his brother, David Bur
roughs on Tribble street. Mr. Bur
roughs came to Anderson about 10
weeks ago from bis home In New
York in the hope that this climate
would improve his health and for a
time ii assmed that Bie hnd be?n
slightly improved, but a short time
ugo. he began to lose ground and this
continued until the end came yester
The deceased waa a native of Bel
fast, Ireland, but he made hip homo in
Now York city for. 2.1 years: He had
two daughters and one san in New
York, while his futher survives him
Throughout his lire. Mr. Bur
roughs hus been a consistent member
of the Presbyterian church and when
his health permitted lt he had taken
un active part" in church work..
The funeral' services will be held at
the homo. 630 Tribble street, this
morning at 10 o'clock, conducted. by
Rev. W. H. Fraser of the First Pres
byterian church and the interment
will follow at Silver Brook ceme
Anderson People Knowing Where?
abouts of Mira. M. J . WjS$&ms
Asked To Give Inf onaatko
(From Thursday's Dally.)
If any Anderson people know the
Whereabouts of Mrs. M. J. Williams
of Atlanta they will confer a great
favor upon Mr. Williams by tele
graphing1 him at Atlanta. Mr. Wil
liams ls a prominent butluesa man
of At lauta and yesterday'be went to
the police officials of that city and
complained to the court bafluts that
his wife had spirited away bis 2-year
old sob and detectives have been put
on her trail. It ls said that Mrs: Wil
liams left the ?tate and carno in thia
direction and lt is possible 'that she
may be in tho vicinity bf Anderson.
Mr. and Mrs. Williams wore divor
ced lo Atlanta some time ago but the
decree of the court waa that while
the child was in the custody ' of hts
mother that the m otb e r ' should re
mata within he Jurisdiction ot the
court and that the father should ? he
permitted to soc him from time to
;}-f?eV? Mr. Williams^ now -all?gea
x she left the State with the child
i^iL he is asking tho Georgia officials
l? have her located.' arrested and re
turned to Atlanta on a . contempt or
dcr.V., ' ? -.> rv?.v rf
When Mrs. J. H. Vinson telephoned]
to Waco, 20 milos to I>aguaun&, Tex,
that shh was unable to get hobie be-j
cause floods had washed &-.Voy tho'
railroad tracks, vincent, came, to ber j'
on foot. Ho'swam ' three nwollen |
stream's. When ho entered tho hotel i
his wff? embraced hun, publicly. . j 1
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MK UR oncciUtfiLLc
ANDERSON SALESMEN TO BE
A DANCE TONIGHT
Many Enjoyable Events Have
Been Arranged For Two Days
U. T. C. Grand Council
(Tiom Thursday's Dally.)
Tin; traveling men of Anderson and
of almost every town in the two Claro
Una? look forward to today and to
morrow wish great delight. For
months the traveling men have been
advertising the coming of the grand
council of tho Carolina, U. T. C. to
Greenville and today '.he entire city
will he In the hands of the "Knights of
Feaster V. Trlbble, one . of Ander
son's hustlers, told a reporter for The
Intelligencer yesterday that the meet
ing today and tomorrow will be the
biggest event the traveling men of the
state hav^ ever known. Mr. Trlbble
\ "All the people In Greenville have
entered Into the spirit of the occasion,
and are going to give the traveling
men every opportunity to show their
friends a good time. Thursda, night
the new Chick Springs hotel will be
christened by a dance given to the
U. T. C's and their friends, the fol
lowing morning the convention starts
Its work and between sessions many
things are planned to show the dele
gates and visiting U. C. T.'s a good
"The Greenville boys have promised
to put on a Tango Dinner for C. Ban
Allen's special benefit. If you have
never worked at a Tango Dinner you
have missed something, for it goes
this-way ; You eat a course, and then
you get up and dance, sorter pomtle
lt down to make room for the
course, which ls- served wb
dance Is ended. ThiB is repeated ?
course to course and back again.
man could eat $4.00 worth of break
fast food (two car loads) on that kind
of a stunt, so it follows that yon
should comfortably stow away during
the evening enought eating to last you
over Sunday, and thereby reduce ex
penses, besides avoiding the annoyance
of getting out of bed; Only a woodeir]
Indian could avoid hiving the joytime
of his life. ' V .
"J. H. Craig got tt?iv. dance up, and
ho says you can wear a dress suit if
you prefer, but cannot get the idea
lt ls going to be a starched, gloved and
formal affair because you have an
other guess coming, he also says tbe
big dance at Chick Springs . will ' be
free gratis for nothing not to all mem
bers of U. T. C.
"Bill More has been practicing the
Gruue Vine TwlBt for several weeks
and they say the twist-he makes will
make you forger that'BM-weighed 120
pounds once on a time.
Several Anderson boys have been
practicing real hard and Prue Shel
ton will shaw the Greenville boys the
Ford Carburetton. which 1B very grace
mi. John Hast also has a startling
lance which has not been named yet
but is very much like the kitchen sink
"The other boys will be there and
what Greenville cannot give the visi
tors. Anderson will show them the
"So when you hear the big noise
From the direction of Greenville re
nembor it ls nothing*' serious, lust a
nlsstep Ban Allen and Bob Shank Un
nade at Gmt Tango Dinner." j
IN SUMMER GARB
A summer Intenu'etstion* ot the Rue*
Had tuule developed ;f?l machine ew*' '
broidery on ab ecrU cotton crt pe.
DR. CHISHOLM TO
Dentists nf Southern States Will j
Hear Anderson Man Discuss
Various Uses of Porcelain
Ur. W. W. Chishoiin, a well known
Anderson dentist, has been puld a high
compliment in being asked lo deliver
a clinie on "Porcelain and It? Uses"
before (he Southern branch of the
National Dental association and the
Georgia Ktute Dental Society, now lu
session at Atlanta, Ga. Dr. Chisholm
left Atlanta last night to be present
at the opening of the joint meeting
tills morning und he will deliver his
clinic Friday afternoon.
The association is composed of all
the dentists in the South and all the
Georgia dentists and it is one of the.
most important meetings of ila kind
held thiB year in the South. The com
mittee from both cocleties have man
aged to get together some really able
men to discuss every phase of den
tistry and the clinicians fi>r the gath
ering have been selected for their
different subjects instead of being so
Dr. Chisholm has spent u good deal
of hie time and money bi his prep
arations for bis effort before the
meeting now in progress and he will
doubtless make an impression upon
the Georgia gathering.
GLOBES GOING ON .
THE "WHITE WAY"
About Half the Number Necessary
Have Arrived In Anderson and
> Make Fine Show on Posts
(From Thursday's Dally.)
About one half of the globes neces
sary for Anderson's "white way" sys
tem have arrived in the city and yes
terday a number of workmen were'en
gaged in placing them on the tops of
the posts. Tho various shipments
reaching the city have brought in
about 260 globes and it is said that
all told there will not be more than
' AUB raid yesterday morning at
**ce of the Southern Public Utll
;ompany that other shipments
?ch the city dally for the next
al days and it ls believed that
emninder of thc globes will reach
.nnuerson almost as fast as those al-'
ready here can be put Into place.
' The public seemed to bo favorably
Impressed last night with th" change
In the appearance of the lights. The
globes shade the rays somewhat and
cause the light to be softer and more
widely dlfUBed, at the same time put
ting a ??uishl?g ?nrrh on the post's
app'i.iraiice, heretofore lacking. " Ev
eryone seemed to be pleased,with the
new lights and many comments were
WEDDING WILL ?
BE OF INTEREST
Inviations Issued Yesterday to the
Manage of Miss Bewley To Mr.
reusei on june 15
(From Thursday's Daily.)
A wedding of general internst
throughout this immedtato section will"
occur on June it? when Miss Altahlee
Bewley and Mr. Fr*.lcrlc Wilson Fel
kel are married. The following invita
tions were received by the Anderson
Mr. and Mrs. William Douglas Bewley
request the honor of your presence
at the marriage of their
Mr. Frederic Wilson Felkel
Friday, June the nineteenth,
nineteen hundred and fourteen
at eight-thirty o'clock
First Baptist Church
Anderson, S. C.
Mr. Felkel ls general' agent of the.
Atlantic Life Insurance company/ with
offices tn the city, while M fsa Bewley
is one of the moat accomplIshed young
ladies ia the city. The event, will be
Exercises Start Jane 1? anti Contiuue
The sixtieth annual comuiencemeat
ot th? W?lf ord College sfcstia ou the
13th of Juuo and continue* until the
lotb Tho exercises this year are most
attractive. The - program ia as fol
" ? Commencement Program,,
Saturday, Juna l?ttt, 8,30,.p. m.
Presiding o file ev, J. C. Hearse.
Debaters- TSi F. Lucas, C. EL King,
H\ Ma nu lng, E, C. Bomar. Ralph Sy fun,
H G. Haynes. V
Awarding of society diplomas.
Awarding of medals.
. Soadayjaiie Mts, ll too A. H.
Annual commencement Bernion
Bishop Collins' Denny; LL. D., Rich
mond, Virginia; 8:30 p. m.
. Baccalaureate address- President
Henry N. Snyder, LL.D.
Monday, Jae? 15th, iom A. M.
Address to the class-Un ?ted . States ,
Senator- Ellison Durant? Smith, Wash-,
lng ton, D. C, I
Speeches by representatives ot the
class-L. K. Brice,. R. T. Fairey. J. KL
Ford. L. A. Moyer, M. B. Patric*. J.
P, Wardlaw. ! .: . .
Awarding of diplomas.
6:00 p. m.-Class <<?y ?xstol.ses.
6:0? p. m.-Reception kiy thivfruj\y.
. 8;30 p. m.-Annual alumni orr.t-on.1
Hon. J, Fraser Lyon, 'ir?, Columbia, a.
Annual alumlni. banquet, Carlisle
Hall. / :
We Have Buggies
conting in olmort every duy the
j?test shipment being o car of
* Come in and let us show them.
They are 1914 Modelt.
We have a nice line of .'ony
J. S. FOWLER
T?iE"PA?/D?NT MAN"W/U BE WARE \
I* -ll -? M-i-_1_1_ ttC_.Lil_ _ ?_'_ _
a* canev? uicoo lutcin? niuvu uiuuuui suongcia tunic
around to peddle are such great "Money Makers" why don't they
KEEP tnem themselves?
When a man ia trying hard to sell you a proposition lhere ?
something 'si tl for HDM-that's a sure thing.
I3 it not better for us ali to keep our money here at home,
invest in and build up OUR OWN Community?
The man tvi>2 docs this b prospere?*. .
We pay 4 per cent, interest on Savings
Make OUR Batik YOUR bank
Anderson, S. C.
FARMERS AND MERCHANTS
< and ?
The Farmers Loan &Truste?:
Will be pleased to discount from iSoo to 2000 gilt edge notes
running from ?50 to $.100 each, that wil be paid during the
h months of October and November.
20 Tons Baled Burmuda
$20.00 Per Ton
For the largest Water Melon grown Iromour Beed. We have TOM. Yf^T>
BQN, K LE KLEY ?TVE LT and MONTE PltlSTvV. TT* also have for Iatr?4o?v
?5?, ttCrsrs! fesndred pisses cf ?sr-e e-t?rel- sstr ttster raclons which wfll
ler itten free to any et eur farmer; friends who will call at ear store,