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T li i n ii nd ci >\ c ar
in 1 o h two-piece
and u ii i o n gar
ments. F lim s ^ lisle
piece and union,
ments that are
We have a la.rgc
va? iel y of Straw
Il A t s with thc
niau y ni >\a ions
of the seisin pre
sented. All of the
best quality straw
and the price
50c to $5.
?teh dark colors. These garments are
I^K?ii ?-Mii???i elegantly tailored, fit p?rfect
?y/weigh absolutely next to nothing and are ex
tremely stylish in appearance.
?Shirts that are n ??? ww% mm i m REGAL
ctfol looking |^ I nbble SHOES
and we?r weil. aTfc? f
j ||e Window. The Up-io-Date Clothier ?n <*l,arter s,zes
;?ff f AIRY NECKWEAR
Summer I^jieckwear in Silk and Tub Ties. Novelty Bows. New
lii^e yj^asri? Four in Hands just in.
Pr Take Tablespoonful ct 8?lts If Boes
ILnifs.or- gladder Butters-Uri uk
V ?I jLot* of Water.
*l W^^?jvdi Wt?bn of moat eaters and
/f (ourabloOn ls filled with'uric acid, say*
'.'? FT T6^ Jeno wp .authority, who warne
Sg riiB 9Fhw?tQh'stantly on guard against
J -kidney trouble, si t
The kidney^ do their utmost to free
IhB^tft^of this Ir?rlt?rtlng acid, but
> become, ...weaH from \hc overwork ;
, *They"gwi'sluggish; tho eliminative tlr.
.' '.. :al|0K?v?K8^}t^tlBiVwaajle ls retained
1tf ;ttt?^Ww W poison ibo entire sys
'. tem." Tr.> ..?
When your kldneya ache and feel
Uko lumps of lead, and you have
stinging palntf i? the back or the urine
ls cloudy, ftfli' ofcsed??ent, or the
bladder ta irritable, pWiging you to
. seek; relief toril ? Jthe I night; when
*. yon have/seSfere ^ado|hes,v nervous
, and ditsy smelts 'Sleeplessness, acid
stomach ? or rheumatism In bad
weather, get from your pharmacist
about four ounces of J&d Salte; take
a tablespoonful In al glas?'of water
before breakfast each; igprning and Sn
: a ?aye fifer H?|i wlU'act fine.
Thia famouB salts ts made from the
acid of jrapes and lemon Juice, com
/ V bined with Htfcta, and bas been used
Jdfcl^ailgito'* to flush and stimulate
' ct?feg?*f lyfceys. to neutralice the
adda HU^O iso it is no longer a
Sour^mf irritation, thus ending urln
? aSaWlafflfler disorders.
?^?p-3maWfiy^i?? InsxTxtnuivA and can
not injure;, makes a delightful r?ffer
ve^r^^j^a-water drjpk, and^ no
cl^^^^^^ycT ^Bvan8 Pharmacv.
ON THE P. & N.
,- , ; . h .... - j . J
Flagman Threw the Switch, And
Caused ? Interurban to Go ?
(Prom Tuesday's Dally.)
L. S. S tames, who has been a flag
man of the Piedmont and Northern
Lines, will probably be brought to
Anderson and placed In Jail to face a
charge ot criminal carelessness. It
la alleged that Blames fhrow ,ka
?witch on the It?Vcrurban track at
Will lams ton, lotting one -of the cars
of this line run off the main Uno and
down Into the Will tamaton quarry
switch. No damage was done, hut
under, other circumstances lt might
have resulted In a horrible wreck. ?.
Following information of. the . bat?
pening, th? Anderson county oiilctais
got Greenville deputies on the tele
phone Sunday night and had tho man
Take Plenty of Tine to Eat
There ts & saying that rapid, eating
ia Blow suicide. If you have .formed
th? habit of eating too faatly you ere
likely to suffer from indigestion or
constipation which will rcs e ult even
tually tn serious Illness unless "cor
rected. Digestion ". begins, tn the
mouth. Food should bo thoroughly
masticated and - insalivated. Then
when you have a tallness In .the stom
ach or feel dull and, stupid after eat-'
i?a.. tekoona of Chamberlain's Tab
lets. Many revere cases of stomach
trouble and constipation have ' been
cured by the use of these tablets.
They are easy to take and most agree
able in e?ect. Sold hy Evans' Fbar
j macy. .
-~-...HI ? I Kl
DR. SANDERS HAS
Appointed on the Staff of the Fa
mous Dr. Mayo for Their
Rochester Hospital I f .
(From Thursday's* Daily.)
The public of Andorson and oil the
medical men In thia section of the
state will congratulate Dr. H. T?ee
Sanders ot this city upon tho fact
that he has been chosen by the world
famous .Dre. Mayo an a physician for
Some time ago lt was believed that
ibis position would bo tendered Dr.
Scmfiers hut this fact was not author
itatively known tn Anderson until yea?
Notwithstanding the fact that he
ts only 82 years of age, Dr. 'Sanders
has become one of the best known
surgeons in tho south fend , he has es
taVHshcd a record of Which many an
older physician might weil feel proud.
The letter Of notification which Dr.
Sanders has received says that he will
be expected to report in Rochester on
July 1 and with that.end in view he
ls now getting hts affaira in' shane
and ls preparing to leave Andere?n.
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoe? Remedy. .
Every family, wtthont exception,
should keep this preparation at band
during the hot weather of the summer
mouths. Chamberlain's Collo, Chole
ra and Diarrhea Remedy ls wostb
moro roany tunes its cost when need'
od and If almost certain to bee needful
before the summer ls over. It has nc
superior for the purpose for which ll
was intended. Buy lt now, For sale
I by Evans' Pharmacy.
ALL THE NAME
?'O r.2 AP30LUTELY SURE OF
NOT BEING CHALLEKCED
MR. EVANS RULES
SUlva That it Would b? Bitter L
Take No Chances on Tbs
l2s?Cov. John Gary Brans, chairman
of.tho state democratic execu'ive com
mlttcc. hu3 written a letter to the
chairman of the Anderson county
oxccutlvo committee, confirming Inc
statement made over the pitons Mon
day to The Dally Intelligencer with
reference to thc enrolling of num"n
foi tho approaching domcorntk uri
nary. The .. following is a copy of
hii letter to Mr. Dean and lo Mt . Leoi
L*. Klee: . nj,,.
Your lotter to W. C.- McUowan, sec
retary, has been forwarded to mc.
Yo i make inquiry aa to whether it Ls
necessary that au applicant foi .n"m
bcrship to democratic clubs be roqulr
eil to-enroll h|B t ull name. I desire
tT cali, your attei.Mon- lo. Kule fiight,
adopted by thp stat?: .onvoution. May
lOtb. 1914.? ."Jpach applicant for en
rollment-?ha\j in-person write "upon
the .club roll ?ila | .ail name, ?ni' j im
mediately thereafter his agc, occupa
tio-i ana postofiico address,.: te> The
?J . ? stion aowpbefore me is what ls a
man's full name. This ls not a mat
ter upon which there can be two opin
ions, aa lt hos been decided by the
highest courte tn the country. "A
man's full name, in law ls his Chris
tian namo and his surname. Tho
law recognises but ono Christian
name.. An error in the middle name
may be disregarded as surplusage.
Tho omission of tho middle letter be
tween the Christian, and surname la
no misnomer, and deeds no .remedy.
This rule applies to ballots and votes."
Keone vs. Margaret Meade. Third Pe
ters U. S. Reports, Page 1. You are
aware of the. fact that a groat many
persons arc known by their middle
names instead of by tholr first Chris
tian names.. For instance, John Thom
as Arnold signs bis name and ls
known as J. Thomas Arnold. On the
-?har 1-> ' ?i???>ii nuki.. A >N^M i0
Ullin, uauu, uuuu . w?...*?. . .. ....... ...
known aa J?hn Arnold and signs his
name J. T, AnnpUl. Tho object of the
rule of. tho party was to identify these
two Arnolds so that there could be no
possible mistake In the ono being al
lowed to vote In tho name of the oth
er If these'-'Arnolds werie''allowed
to onroll as J. T.. Arnold, lt would
lead to untold confusion, but It they
aro required to.Onroll as John Thomas
Arnold and John Tobias Arnold, every
body' will know who 1? meant,- and
there can b^j&9 confusion. ^,.
As chairman of the party, lt ts'my
duty, when>.called upon to make a
.ruling upon, any rule uf the party, to
make ? construction, that will be an
absolute protection to the voter and
alford no toop hole through which
trouble may. arise. I do not pretend to
say .that a man who .enrolls his name
by bis Initials will not be allowed to
vote, nor do I state that a man, who
enrolls bis 'first. Christian name and
leaves out tho middle name, will not
be allowed to vote, but. I do say that
a man enro??k his full Christian name
and his surname, and if he has two
Christian names and enrolla both
Christian names and his surname,
(here ls no power on earth that .can
prevent thal AadtTrom voting.' : ... . ;
? He has e^njpllod absolutely with tba
law, and n obbdy - can gainsay lt. Any
other construction would leave the
matter open to protest and probably
tho loss of a vote, and, therefore I
urge our oitltens to enroll their foll
names, and take - no ' -, chances. ..Of,
course, yt?|mdarstand when a man's
?namo' is on^ th?. rolh the managers
must nfl ow* hit? to vote unie EB that
vote ls protested, add in-that case,, he
votes as a challenged poll, and tho
matter must bo heard hy tho .commit
tee and lt its possible to carry it toto
the courts,,. I have.no hesitancy ae ?
lawyer, in Saying that * man who*?
rolls his namo by his initials, does not
.cnwply.'ii?ii ,to*vf?te.::?i;;^h* party
nor with the decisions ots tho highest
courts In tho land,
V?ry\iruly yotfntv - v
Don't worry about the depressing heat-dit>p in x N
and see our cool and refreshing line of
md Mohah? Suits ?
. Every day you wear one will be like a vacation at ; '..
the seashore-cool, breezy, comfortable, arid
dressy as well. ; .
Palm Beach . Suits, $7.50 |?
Mohair Suits $10 to $20
, / We are also showing a number, of new, breezy,
light weight patterns in Earl St Wilson Shifts. $
V ; ,,gii.50 up. ; . ;. . ; j g / ., ..
T h e O n e -P r^ i ? e C 1 o i e r s
CAPT. JOHN T. WEST
Is Being Urged to Offer for the den*
. Belton. June 25.- The many frlenda
of. J. T. Weet are urging bim to make
the race for the legislature in the' apr
proachlng election. Mr. Wast is one
of Anderson county's.abie men. Mle
graduated from the Citadel and , ia a
civil engineer of ability. He is very
much Interested in the, garlcultural
interests ot the county, be being one
of tho leading; farmers of .the coun
ty.- Mf. Westvir a resident of Belton
and ertjoye the friendship of tho en
tire town1 and has many warns friends
throughout the countv. Hq ta well fli
ted for the office au ' If ho ls not in
the race this sumuter his admirers
will be greatly dlrQpointed. -When we
flfctjF^t is nof th?
year. Come out Mr. Wast and
sent yooiir county, (the best county
In the Piedmont) in tho legislature.
New. Men To Mexico.
Philadelphia, June 22-The battler
ship Kansas sailed tcAty tot? Vera
Cms with 300 men to take the
of men now at Vera Cms whose
of .enlistment have expired,
v?ase! will coat at Hampton Soada.
President. J. D. Haminett Offers
Assistance to the. Employes Of
Orr M?h to Get Names On
' Jas. p. Hammett, president of the
Orr Cotton Mills, has had posted : a
notice In which' he advises the em
ployes that in orGer to take part tn
the approaching primary, they must
enroll their hames on the club rolls,
and that the .names must be In tinily
He further offers the assistance of the
offlcors and overseers of ?fe mill in
getting the names on the rolls. - A
similar, notice has been put up, at
j Honea ?Path . abdiene ;./ .at^.^de?ooO
Following ,is the, notice: v<. : J 1
: . ? Hotiee. ..;> ^^^1
.tho management ot ;this mill?.
no'desire to take part.tn pol?tica other
than a? tndivldaat voters, and^ cer
tainly has no desire to suggest to any- j
l one as to bow, or for whom, he should
vote. . However, we wish, each o
entitled to voto to enroll his name
the club roll, and each- officer-t"
mill will - uko .jpleasuro in asa
<? .^>pw navs already enrolled, ?-? ?m,
asiai?v VW^JMU^^B =jf^wvurgel
that you enroll again, calling atten
tion of thb secretary to the fact that
your former enrollment was Improp
er. \7i . '?' ' ' - ? '..-^ . ' . .'
(Sighed) JAS. D HAMMETT.
Pres. & Treas. ?
Rel&t'tes ta Anderson.
Spartanhurg, Juno, 22.-XTI108 M.
Evhnh died here ^u^dsy 'sfternoon af
ter an illness of two1 weeks. He ?sa A
a. brother ot Sam Evans of Atlanta ' *fi
who, has.relatives tn Anderson.
^Candidates w%fBiow Off/'
j The MarUn's stdr*?4emocratlc ; club : fl
toll will-be at Bethrf.C?mpr .w. O. W. . . .?
Hall Saturday afteriwon. and evening 1
J^Mf- .Everybody, Members, Or not,
?ajtfke4 to come and enroll if they
WWhito vote. Some of the candidates
^11'?ddreBB the crowd. Any other il
tandiaates^wishingi to '.'blotf ofr may .
,.. ^ / MSm Hw HuBhar.*.
Baltimore, Md., Juno 3&~Aftar .
m?jdni ove,ryvs?fort th keep hifcentV , .
of/thb; house, Mrs, Edgard Wesley ,
dpt. .-and,- .MIe4?lliirMii^^''M'>-^ft ' . !
gtered their ; re*dene*;** West Ar
mm?*to**..- ?ha told: the
police abe feared be was about to at
tack her. McCauley, .waa a live stock J
dealer.;, ; . . , ; ??"-..