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t This Rain
if you will apply 200 lbs to the
acre of our 9-6 or our 4-10-2 or
bur 4-7r2 to your cotton it will
You vyarit to make all the
cotton you can this year and you
want to hurry it up so that it
will mature and open early.
. It Pays to Side-Dress Corn.
Anderson Phosphate &
ANDERSON, S. C.
ouldn't You Enjoy a
Cold, Delicious Dish?
*;fflmpting, frozen \ delicacy that would make you forget
|g?e-fatigue and aiid heat of summer?
You have it." r It's no further away than your soda
junta?h. It's^alWays tljere; always d?liciously smooth
id j32jB^ arid
rery guest; It is
^The niost. templing dish ever'
ROGERS' modem plants, from cl
served. Made in
^blended and frozen byj expert cream makers. All va
V'ri?Ue^s?Chfcrry Nut, Caramel Nut, Strawberry, Tuitti
% Rruitti, Chpcolate and other delightful flavors? a
./.Specialty of. fancy designs and brick cream. To avoid
vdisappointment, be sure it's ROGERS
?l jlfour Soda Fountain
V; fThey get it fresh^nd are always ready to supply
your'.-wants.: Get in ? cool spot and enjoy a dish of
vROGERS. j T
j > jWe want ovory doalor who Is not handling ROGERS
tjr'cain now ito send ua a trial ordor and let ub prove to him
tliat ftOQEH3j Is the kind or oream that brings enthusiastic sec
ond orders, builds up trade aim makes the store popular. Of
' "der bjr mall or phone from nearest plant.
j R?ders Ice Cream Company
Samter, S. C.
Columt&a, S.' C.
; Greenville Female College
! Greenville, S.C. \ .
; Miiailing: the knowledge, Ideals and'Accomplish
j mente of Perfect Womanhood
! HoSottth?mln?UtuMon nfTord? yo-tum women man complet* advantage* for a broad,
/.MiefgljhdlieaUo.u than ?lntwlhiiOreenvIU? EMMI? College. U in prepared In ov?ry way to
'? WfUa U? ?tUflfliU fcrf llv?? of tho fullest efficiency ami lusponiilMlity. lu equipment, faulty.
9?a.of Btutly ai\il caliuvM lutluoiiL-cn nro entirely to harmony with iro?ont day nxjaUo
;S ooul uprd nUiti c the mos? imxlern 11 mi tor convenant, comfortable lifo and .
Hevvnteen elaearoonu : 25 piano practice roemiit library i elx parlor*; wait'
apartmenufclioben qnrnsaM at co?fcof 12,900. UolleBe-owned dairy.
UPON 14.UNIT BAS/.',. .Cnnne* lead to B. A., 31. U. nr,d M. A. do
trwUcal UUMOC.tn Demcttic Science. Buiinesn Co?rM, leading to
lorounti ?.nnwj. loiwliii? to diploma*, in Conwcalory of Malic departmoaU
rtttioa, Phytical Culture. XLnlerearteq, Normal Training Cocw.
? Moil hotlllitol lo^aUnm ruflm-.i ??^ocintr?: ChrlrtUn teaching* andlnfl?em.-e. Con
j ttrpelWo dl?elpllno. Tit* lnttltntion alma to aTurd the bost educational opportuiUle* at
. . ' . j For CataioK-to. aJdress %
IVt lUMSAY, D. D., President, Gi^env?? S. C.
rlag and divorce law. Discus ion of th<
; would not countenance -violation c
subject made It plain tho organIzatloi
th? civil law even where It connate:
with the Mosaic law.
It was also decided'that ChriUIaoi
may be burled in Jewish cemoteriei
if M}*re" la no aectojlan service at tht
grave and no Christian : aymnoia ?oi
. Washington. July 7.:-Pr?sldcnt WU
son today accepted the resignation b
George Fred Williams, minister . t<
Frederic O, BUHcr. sccretar:
|MSj^i K i II I * f * ? >p| UftitU V ? I ?i!
?Q RETURN REPORTS
ANDERSON CONCERNS NEG
PAID NO LICENSES
Comptroller General Has Report
ed That There Are Now Many
A number of concerna located In
Anderson county BCCtn to have over
looked ii very Important matter aud
failed t? make Ilm proper return to
thu Comptroller (iencral of South
Carolina. The information Is coqtain
cd lu s stall m< nt sent hy Comptroller
General A. \V. June? to Thus. 11. Peo
ples, attorney general, und is us fol
"As required under section 2 of the
license act of 1?44 us nm"ndcd in
I!t(>"(, 1 lieg to report the following
corporations which have neither made
their report nor paid the license fee:
"Monroe Hanking and Mercantile
company, iiouca Path; FanucrB' Oil.
and Manufacturing company, lllacks
hurg; A. J. Ilcnpig Corporation, Ab
beville; Johnson Uros , 4? Co., Alken;
lloifort Plantation Co., Harnwell; Tho
Thcrnlpy Supply Co., Mouck's Cor
ner; Commonwealth Corporation,
Charleston; Crescent AmuBemeut
Co., Charleston; The Uarage and Sup
ply Co., Charleston; Granvillo Realty
Co., Charleston; The Mnrjeuhoff Co.,
Charleston; VanKohiitz- Schroeder
Co., Charleston; W. W. Wagner, Inc.,
t'hurle '.on; Carolina Chair Co.,
LSlacksbui g ; Wltherspoon Mercantile
Co.. Fort Pawn; Stoneboro Sawed
sc Co.. Stoaebefo; Carolina Luui
ber Co., Stokes; Hartsvillo Huggy and
Wagon Co., Itartfvillc; Lydia Mill
Co., Lydia; I?. L. Moore & Son, Dil
lon; Pce Dee Timber Co., Putts; Pine
Lumber Co., ttidgeville; Panning ton
Corporation, White Oak; Mims-Coker
Company .Florence; Lyric Theatre
Co.,.'Greenville; Palmetto Pharmacy,
Greenville; Thomas Doby Co., Green
ville; HrunBon Cotton Warehouse
Co., Urccnvillc; Drunson Cotton
Warehouse Co., Brunson; Camden
Water and Light Co., Camden; Home
Ifulfdera' Supply Co., Camden; Con
dor Vehicle and Furniture Co., Ker
Bhaw; Heath Mercantile Corporation,
Heath Springs; McLaurin Laud and
Lumbor Co., Laurens; Hykard & Son,
Batesburg; Tho Mitlonps Co., Marion;
?larlboro Times Co., Met'oil; Palmetto
nvestment Co., Orangoburg; Easley
Steam Laundry, Parley; Barfleld Pi
ano Co., Columbia; E. A. I leid 1 Com
pany,. Columbia; Columbia Brokerage
Co., Columbia; Juniper Clothing Co.,
Columbia; Jumper Dry Goods Co.,
Columbia; Kllgore-EiweIl-e<v: Colum
bia; A. B. Lcgaro Construe non Co.,
Columbia; Sims Candy Co., Colum
bia; Southeastern Audit Co.. Colum
bia; Ridge Springs Hardware Co,,
Ridge Springs; Gay-Ola Bottling Co.,
Spar tan burg; Heine Medicine Manu
facturing Co., Spartanburg; L. D.
tloorge Lumber Co., Panola, Va.; Mc
Cormlck Jowolry Co., Sum ter; Sumter
Commercial and Real Estate company,
Suinter,; Union County Fair associa
"Tho following have made their an
nual report!), but have never paid
their annual license fees:
"Abbeville county fair association,
Abbeville; Farm and Land Co.. Ab
beville ; ?Alken county fair association,
Alken; Berkeley Colored Neighbors'
union, Eadytown; J. J. DcQueiither
Co., Atlanta, Ga.; Hacker Manufactur
ing Co., Charleston; Pages Mill Drug
Co., "ages Mill; Burch Live Stock
Co., l 'orepco; The Times Co., Flor
ence; G.T. Reed Co., chappuis; Gar
nett Kaolin Company, Garnett; Cataw
ba Press Brick company. Van Wyck;
Air Dome Amusement company. Co
lumbia; The Daily Index. Columbia;
Rich laud Investment Co.. .Columbia;
Bailey Steamboat Co., Charleston.
READY FOR THE
Important Announcements Have
Been Made In Regard to Gen- '
era! Election City Officers
At the last meeting of tho city coun
cil it was arranged that the municipal
election In Anderson will take place
on August 4th. This general election
is merely a matter of form and little
Importance is attached to it.
The books of registration for this
election will bo opened in the office of
the supervisor, Mr. T. P. Dickson,
July 21, 22, 23, and 24, tho hours he
ilig from 9 a. m . to 6. p. m. of each
The pol\s shall open at 8 o'clock
a m.. and close at 4 o'clock p. m. The
polling; precincts and managers of
election, appointed last night are as
Ward 1?Crayton's drug store: W.
T. W. Harrison, J. W. Ersklne and J.
Ward 2?Fret well's stables: E..J.
Henderson, J. F>. Fsat and B. A.
' Ward 3?City hsll: John Broyies,
A. H-McGee and T. W. Norrie. ?
Wavu 4?Davis Bros, stables: J.
J Trowbrldge, A. C. Todd and N. C.
: "*rtss;'- I i t.vi )
Ward S-fotirt house: J. ,F. Cilnk
c -ales, R.fcWi Anderson and J. H. Har
bin; > ?
: ;?S??ri-ft?Hi?viH? pslic* sUtt??: ?.
H. i Broad well, C. w. ?erring and R.
The. nominee s for this election Sie;
IsayorW. H. Godfrey.
: Aldorinan. Ward i?J> *, Barton.
< Alderruan Ward 2?Walter .Dohblcs.
' Alderman Watt) ??Cha.8. F. Spear
T. W. HYDE KNOCKED FROM
TRACK OF INTERURBAN
NECK WAS BROKEN
Piedmont & Northern Car Struck
Piece of Scantling Carried By
(From Wednesday's Daily)
T. W. llydc of Pelscr, G5 years of
age, waH killed yesterday afternoon
at 1:15 o'clock as he was walking
uloiig the tracks of the Piedmont &
Northern lines. The accident occured
near Smyth's rtation and when the
aged man waa struck he evidently did
not have time to know what had hit
him. Death must h&ve been instanta
Mr. Hyde was carrying a piece of
scantling across his shoulders as ho
waa waiKing along the track and
while he was not directly on the
track, the timb?r protruded across.
When the car struck the stick it
either caused the *ecantling to break
Mr. Hyde's neck or this happened
when he fell into a ravine near-by,
many feet in depth.
The ear waa In charge of Conduc
tor W. It. Thackston while Motorman
W. D. Mauldin was at the throttle.
It was clearly impossible ffor either
of these men to prevent the accident.
One of the most Interesting features
in connection with the the case is the
fart that the dead, man was the fa
ther of Sam Hyde, who was the first
man in South Carolina to die in the
electric chair. Hyde waa convicted in
the Anderson county court of having
killed hip. wife and father-in-law at
the Orr Mills and was sentent? d to die
Jui'-i hefore the electric chair system
was Inauguarted in the state By his
own request Hyde wns allowed the
privilege of being the first man to
enter the death chamber to take hlr,
punishment by the .- new system.
Following the dccurcncc of yester
day Coroner Black of Greenville, went
to Pclzer as did Sheriff Arhlcy of
Anderson. The coroner held an in
quest yesterday afternoon and the ju
ry returned a verdict to the effect that
the deceased was killed by an elec
tric car.' No blamte-was attached to
the Piedmont & Northern lines.
Mr. Hyde Is survived hy ?oiir nous,
Silas, George, Paul and Arthur
Hyde. . _*p
REPORTED RAPE CftSE
PEOPLE SEEMED TO HAVE
BEEN UNDULY ALARMED
NEGRO AS USUAL
Because Man Shade Blind? Early
Yesterday Morning, Report
Current of Foul Crime
(From Wednesday's Dally)
People are always too ready to be
come excited over insignificant ?venta
and this proved to bo true in regard to
a happening at Witilaraston yester
day. It waa rumored that an attempt
had been made at rape in that place
early yesterday morning and exclte
menet prevailed around tho town for
some tune. The report was later
found to be wlthput foundation - and
people rsgretted their rash talk.
, An interview was secured last, night
by The Intelligencer with, officials at
wiUiamston and it seemed that the
entire report started from he fact
that a negro man yesterday morning
approached the home ofa well known
cotton mill man in; Wllllartston and
when he reached the part of the house
where a lady waa asIeeO he rattled the
window blinds. It 1b believed that hie
action was without significance as
he made on further attempt to enter
This happened about .6:30 o'clock
yesterday morning and when it was
reported to the police the at 6nce be
gan a search for the, negro. They fi
nally arrested George Nance but when
he proved an alibi ho was released. ,
It was said last night that they had
finally apprehended the negvo but
discovered that he was crasy and ?
character well known, aroudd Wil
llamston. , .
The entire incident is already al
most forgotten in Williamston.
8T. LAWRENCE TRAGEDY
Monureal. July 7.?The . judgment
[of the commission which inquired in
to the wreck of the Khnpress of ire
I land will. be delivered; next Saturday
morning, according to: ad*l?e? io&3
[from Quebec. . The obtlior Storatad,
?hlah ramsied aad i?fcS .the S?apre-a
i the St, Lawrence riv?r on May 29,
' was sold today in the ^admiralty court
tor $175,Q0Q. It la ^understood the
purchasers were the original owners.
The ; fitorsud was beldLaa:Vt??t?S
for damages in tho ?2,000v0fi0 action
brought by the Canadian Pact"
pria?! against tho"
\fiimplpb. tunnel was
through the s
was derailed ?
\ was hurt. ; Workm
p. y. Ai g. s. a a
HA?E MERGED unes
MAIN BUSINESS OFFICES ARE
IS NOW IN EFFECT
Little Change in Policies But Of
ficial Expect to Secure Bet
ter Results On AU Sides
Ever since the Piedmont & North
ern Lines began to operate in this sec
tion it lias been expected that a con
solidation would be effected with the
Greenville, Spartanburg and Anderson
railroad, and this action has now been
taken according to news received from
Greenville. It is understood that the
change in already effective and the
new plans in force. The following
dispatches from Greenville tell of the
merging of the two lines:
Announcement of the merger of the
Greenville, Spartanburg' & Anderson
railway with the Piedmont Traction
company, the latter road running from
Charlotte to Gastonia, a distance of
23 miles was made from the local of
fice yesterday. The chango was ef
fective July 1 and in the future the
road will be known as th? Piedmont
and Northern Railway company. Tho
principal business of the road will be
handled from this end of the line.
One result of the merger was tho
transfer of C. V. Palmer now general
freight and passenger agent to this
city. Mr. Palmer arrived here last
night and will take charge of his new
duties at once. He wtt! bring his
family with him. The new agent's
office will be nn the second floor of the
present passenger station
C. S. Allen, Jr., is made traffic
agent of the Piedmont and Northern
by the change and will have offices
here. T. L. Black, auditor will have
offices at Charlotte. Officials of the
road said yesterday that the marger
would not decreasq tbe cost of opera
tion, but was made to facilitate the
o TOWNVLILE KOTES ?
Tnwnvillo, July 6.?This community
vas visited by a good rain Sunday
night, the heaviest rain we have had
in about six weeks. The cotton
around here is very small for the time
LittN MlfB Eloise Schraeder, who
has been visiting her aunt, Mtb. S. R.
Johnson, has returned'to her home in
Abbeville; .- .. ? -?.??.
E."R Shirley, and family, or Bel ton,
nre visiting at the homo of J. B.
Mr. and'.Mrs. Sam McClellan an.!
daughter, Lou1bc\ of Anderson, a?e
visiting tho Matter's father, J. P. Lod
better. . ?.
Mr. 'and Mrs. Jesse Herbert, of
Rlchland, visited at the' homo of L. O
Dr.. S. J. Giles, of Grcenvlle, is
spending a few days in Townvllle
with friends and relatives.
We have a new barber shop In un
der tbe management of Mr. Richard
William Bomar will, visit his par
ents in Spartanburg Mb week.
Miss Ethel Jonesr who has been
visiting Mies Kathleen Hawkins has
returned to her homo in Anderson.'
Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Bruce, of O?k
way, visited th? hitter's sister. Mi's.
W. N. Woolbright, recently.
Luthor Rlclicy and slstor, .Junle, of.
Fair Play,'were visiting friends here
Sunday. L . . |
L. J. Fait, of Anderson, is spending!
a whie with his mother, Mrs. Theo
Fant. .... . j.
Jim Bradberry end daughter, Inez.)
of if art Well, Ca., Mrs. Elvira Boloman, j
and. daughter, Maggie, of Speed[
Creek, Go.,. attended . the funeral. of
WS;ile Marett at this place last
Mr&, Lacy Holcomba is at home af
ter staying some time In an Atlanta
hospital , for treatment. We trust .that
Mrs. Holcombo will Boon be restore*
to her usual health.
We ate gl?d' to Have with, us Misses
Hunt.'Who Is in Baltimore for. treat
ment, 18 improving.
( J. R. Fant spent Saturday in Pen
dleton oh business.
\ We ate gad to have with tis Misses
Catherine ' JahnBon, Grace Comp ton
"trnd Susie Fant, of R? bun Gap, Ga.j
Thoy are at home for their .summer1
j WHih?|mina, tho daughter of Mr.
and Mrs.fJ, MT Broyles, of near Town
vllle, has been very sick. We wish- for
her; a ajieedy, recovery. .
0ET BUSY AGAIN
tieodore Roosevelt Better?Re
J.jDystel"- ?n?.,8j Y., iuly 7,~Theb
. the sechislon of Sago
here ho has bpen shut up
evejt is expec
lire Alb views of the feaslbllt
tOon with the ludt
Want Advertising Rates
Twenty-five words or less, One Time 25 cents. Three TlmcB 50 cents,
Six Times $100.
All advertisement over twenty-live words prorata for each additional
word. KatCB on 1,000 words to be used in a month made on appll
No advertisement taken for less than 25 cents, cash In r.dvance.
If your name appears In the telophono directory you can telephone
your want ad to 321 and a bill will bo mailed after its insertion for
Money Making Ways
of Using Want Ads
HOW WANT AI?8 WILL II ELI'
A SMALL BUSINESS GROW
There Is really no limit to what
Want Ads can do to put life Into
small business enterprises. Yon
want more customers, more capital,
or something else to help you grow
in a business sense. The Want Ad Is
ALWAYS ready and ALWAYS willing.
Here are some Wont Ad Ideas in
(his connection. .
How to Get More Customers
This ad. is good for G per cent on any article in this store. If
the value is not easily as great as the original price plus 15 .per
cent, don't take the goo?3. Come at once -'<
Keeping A f ter Business
Through Want Ads ,
Every day the way Is open for yea
to iucrcu.se your business through
these columns. Plan after plnn Mill
unfold Itself to you once yon haie
. t turtcd.
"BEGIN NOW! This should be the
turning point for LARGER AND BET
The Want Ad Wi)1
Make Your Business Grow
\Fret; Advertising For Farmers
ing the Coupon Below
The main purpose of this innovation is to establish trade
relations between the country producer and city customer.
There are hundreds of housewives who read The Intelli
gencer who would be glad of the opportunity, to secure fresh
butter, eggs, poultry and produce direct from the country if
they knew where to send for it.
On this page, the farmers who have such to sell can get in
touch with these city people quickly.
The Intelligencer will publish one advertisement free.
Write wh?t you have to sell on the c?iupon below and mail to
us at once. IT IS POSITIVELY FREE
Please write plainly and sign name and full address
Fte? Advertising Coupon.
Below I havo written an advertisement for you to publish one time
FREE in you. Want columns. I do not obligate myself to advertlaa
any more nor to'pay jou a?y money for same.
Ciiy P?opf? Will Save Money By Buying
From the Farmers Advertising on This Page.
Wh?n answering these advertisements please mention The Intelligencer.
say; "If my cotton don't soon :omo up
I am a ruined man."
"Gentle reader, are you depending
on your cotton to keep you from ruln
stica? i ?f ys?i are !et me say to you,
you are ruined alrmdy and the soon?r
rou realise that fact the better it will
be for you. /
Yea,.'I said in my first article,,if we
as a people hhd lived up to the re
QoJrements of th?. divino writ, I did
not believe thla drought would have
com* i?nnn n? ?nd I repeated It Now
is-jthe .f?^':r??$^ and the lltlft
cotton has et ar > n?/ yoa hear the peo
ple . wonderl? jsjf? asking "Bo you
tb?fr.tUtJhtg'-sftmt will ' do ;any
roSar? y*da? "flttfce aayth&wr*
fir?t it. tccsiZi sy. they ?kn
WANTED?First class , beef cattSeV
sheen nod veal, we'-hi-- fr?a
90 to 125 pounds'.~^*A7,p^bwiss?!'
212 South Main Street Zffi?
Choice of g?OFarras
60 to 500 Acres, $10. to $50 per Ac
re. Cor;?* andLse*.^Wrlte XpirfoUer^
Ttf.X. BURN SIDE
McConalck, S, fc...
-. -Si',' ?:-Wf.j
to you; hutoble yottrt?tVes, i^t'f&fc
see 'ho manlfestaUon of the power and
tor?ol??tin them ot their loot w. ? ? p?uTSloli??ito
Itwke* If? (?I was soto? io do.theml w>w?rlew^i?tUrT wu?L tor??