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A Foil Literury. Scientific and Teclrafcal School Sop Young Men
Offers the young men of t'.o South the best educational advantages, tutton, This eonrs* M?ds Ui IH i?t erri* of B-vhelor of Science In Kngi
ni.ilcr posilivo Christian Influence*, at the minimum expense. Founded neerlng, and constitutes a sti?nd'stait fos'uun. ?t any industrial pursuit,
in 1H.VJ and holds a recognized position among the hlgbgrade institutions Tho Collego owns 9 splendid buildings of large poi-portlons and
oftho South. ?- thorough equipmont. Its Faculty of Aftuen eollegu-trained specialists
ProTidti tbt weal LHtrary Ceirw leaiiog to At Degree of A. D. Including and tutors is largo enough to insure/tbe Atuount of personal instruction
Ancient and Modern Ija-.igunges, RngllEh, History, Msthomntlrs, Social and individual attention so essential to the best results,
and Political Ecouomy. Oratory and Naturul 8rlciu.es. Also o post- Tho Campus life Is most wholosomo, and tlie trr-iltlons of honor and
grndnate course leading to tho Dcgrco of Master of Arts. morality are high. Thore is no hazing. Atlilotlcs are endorsed and
Oflers a lew-year Cosru In Electric? I sad Mcc hsskal Katjseerisi In separate carefully supervised by \hp Faculty. Ogrmnaslum work is compulsory,
buildings, with fully equipped shops and laboratories, all necessary ap- The athletic .work of jyrtybogrf coUojfein into years has boon foremost
Farntus and appliaucos, under a sopnrnte corps of expenenced Instructors, among I tie South Can.!... n GorMgaK The- religious lifo Is Ideal, and tho
lus the great advantage of being eonuocU-d with a regular literary lnsti- moral ana spiritual wolfare of tbo student Is tho school's Chief concern.
Certificates from accredited, high-schools admit without examination A prepara
tory school department for high-school under grad- rll '*""
nates. Next session opens September 17,1014. -
For catalogue and particulars, address
Rev. J. Henry Harms. D. D.,
Newberry, S. C.
Is "My Town"
is "My County"
Anderson College ?
THE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH CAROLINA
1801?1914 COLUMBIA, ?. C.
The University offers courses leading to the following degrees:
1. School of Arts and Science, A. B. and B. S.
2. School of Education'. A. B. "
3. Graduate School, ?. M. . r
4. School ft? JSngir.eerlpg ,?. Ci > .
5. School of Latf, LL. B.
For students of Education, Law, Engineering and those pursuing,
higher' graduate work, the University offers exceptional advantages.
Graduates of South Carolina' Colleges receive free tuition in all
courses except in the School of Law. Next session begins Sept. 16,
For Information "Write
A. C M00BE, Acting President, Columbia, S. C
Presbyterfan College of South Carolina.
Clinton, S. C. ? .
To what college ?hall we send our son1? Consider somo of the advan
tages of the Presbyterian Coll?ge of South Carolina. It is well located.
It IB growing rapidly. T?? r .einment is excellent. Tho faculty is strong.
The regiilar collcgo courses and degrees are given. It has a now gymna*
Biurn and physical director. The religious and moral atmosphere is the
best that can'bo had. Its graduates are
making good. The expenses aie moderate.
For "catalogue'and information, apply to
davison McDowell Douglas, d. d., Pres.
CBafaB, S. C ?- ? ? ^
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WAKTEB?Young mon and women to prepare Tor good positrons;; Our;
records show:.that young men and women from this commuait} bave soeur' -
ved positions, through, this school, and are now making three times. more o
money than theywere,able to before Uktng our course, v '
'viBookkeeping, Banking, Shorthand, v;Typewrttiagi Penmanship, and;'
their Killed branches, qualify you to to hold, the best posltlona nV?lWble.
^ WE AUE OPFEfifNG A SPECIAL ?lgCOUHT VRTIL AUGUST 15,
and now is the time to makO yohr arrangements to enter1 this school; If
y?u cannot come now, make, your plana tor s this fall and; winter. Our
'scbfjpl is in close.touch With'tho buuinesa Interests of >thla.section,, and. ;
we vf? more calls. for graduates than iye can supply. Catalogue free;
CECILS* BUSINESS SCHOOL.
>\ ANDERSON, 8. C OB SPABTAcTBUBG, S.C
ARMY WORM INVADES
MAY YET REACH ANDERSON
NOW. IN RICHLAND
Official Notice Taken of the In
vasion of This State By South
Some Anderson county farmers
know what the army worm is, while [
<v?hers do not. Ilovrcvur, ihose wiio |
do not know are likely to find out, un.
l?sa the department of agriculture,
Clemson College and the farmers |
themselves succeed in heading off the
invasion of the pest.
Two years ago the worm invaded
South Carolina and would have done
much damage in all sections of the
state, had it not been almost fall when
the worm apepared and the cotton had
advanced to such a stage that no dam
age was done. However, the worm is I
here this year In time enough to do'
damage and from all appcarancco andj
indications at thlr- t'.ine, it behoovob
every farmer to take provcutlve stcpuj
at once. The following order relative'
to the Invasion of this state has been
issued by the department of agricul
"There are in this Btatc and several
othor southern states an invasion of
the tall army worm on corn, grasB and
cotton. This caterpillar 1b about one
to one and one (half inches long when
grown. It Is quite diff?rent from the
cotton caterpillar, 'although many
farmers mistake the one for the other.
This Insect, which Is now in this state,
is not the cotton caterpillar which die
ce, much injury to coton last Bummer,
but 1b the fall army worm, which'is
sometimes called the grass worm. The;
fall army worm is usually present
la auch small numbers that they do no
harm to the crop, but, on the other
hand, oa tthe grass in the fields. It
is only when this insect gets abundant
that It. does harm by eating grass,
corn, peas and cotton. The weather
condition? this summer havo been un
usually favorable for it3 development..
Most farmers who have seen the wdrk,
of this Insect realize that immediate
action ie necessary for the control of
. "Control Measure?The two. poisons
that have given-the best satisfaction
so far are. powdered arsenate of lead
and paris green. Paris green can us
ually be bought-at local drug store*
While as a vale arsenato of lead is not
handled by such dealers. The arson
ate of lead can re secured from such
wholesale dealers and most all seed
"How to Distribute the Polsor/?
About-six inches rrom each end of a
board'oh? inch thick and tour inches
wideband. 12 .Inches longer than -,the|
width-of "the rows; bore a hole one
Inch or more In diameter. Cut two
pieces of cloth ? or 14 Inches, the cloth
being about the. weight of eight ounce
of duck. Tack one on each .'end Se
curely under the hole in the board.
The holes in the board may bo closed
with wooden stopper? made tor that
purpose. The bagB'are about live
inches deep and 15 inches long. Thin
arrangement can be carried On.foot or
on a mule and two rows treated at the
same time. Apply In th? -morning
while th? dew Is on the plants, but do
not get the bags wet. If Paris green
is used, repeat if rains wash it off.
'Amount of. Poison to UBe?For cot
ton three feet high ubo the following
amounts of whichever poison Is usea.
The amount varies according . to
whether'thb cotton is smaller or lar
ger th&ri'thf??l?et and In the case of
cum nand ; other plants vary accora
.r^?'Ai^enst?jiQf Lead?(Four to five
pounds per acre. No danger of burn
ik^^^^^-^^P *o two.-ana one*
VaW'jjbn?i'?ier acre'. Op large plan
tations !Mi(rp quick work is impera
tive, ith?- barla areen : should . nn? he
nso4ottt. quantft^ materially sxceed
ln& ?u) ?rt?i given above as '-there,is
danser'. ?f seriously burning th,e. fol.
" ge.jivAniapolita.tlon must be applied
r.;ea%; generation of .worms. that
Wlbte M' Philadelphia Waking Lnrgt
Philadelphia, August 1 .^Thirty mil
lion dollars.In double eagle.gold colnn
was shipped today by parcel post from
the Philadelphia; ?mint>torTth,?r?ub
tr?asury tn.Nsw - Yqrk,-ro?Wni?' a total
'of flfty m?lions' forwaro^d 'since
j Thursday. '
tie said, thaftwenty Wi liions more
t be sent on Mbuday.
CANDIDATES WOUND UP
THE SPEAKING TOUR
CONGRESSIONAL PARTY AT
AIKEN HAD CROWD
All Candidate* Had Friends But
Popular Opinion Gave Abbe
ville Man Big End
Special to The Intelligencer.
Pickene,, August 1.?An orderly au
dience of about 400 votert? beard the
four candidates for congress speak in
the court house today. This Is the
last scheduled meeting of the cam
paign. Chairman Norrls called the
meeting to order at 11 o'clock. Each
candidate was given 40 minutes.
Slight applause greeted the first
speaker, Fred H. Domlnlck, when he
wub^. introduced. After telling of his
record as a member of the legislature,
he attacked Congressman Aikon's re
cord and called some of his deals
"slapgoodlen" and "popycock"; said
Alken was dead and didn't know It.
lie explained bis vote in the legisla
ture against; reducing hours of lanot
in the cotton mills. He told .several
jokes and was well received.
F. S. Evans was the second speaker
and said ho was making the race oh
his own record. He said ho was a
practical business man and would
represent this district to the best of
his ability if elected. Favors federal
aid for public roads. He said Alken
had time and time again lined up with
tho republicans against the demo
crat!-. He favors equalization of
freight rates. Ho was slightly ap
John ?. Horton wbb tho third speak
er and said he was proud to be here.
He gavo a short sketch of his early
life, tolling , of many . hardships. Be
lieves .in f?deral aid for public roads
and extension of rural free delivery
routes. Hq attacked Mr. Aikcn'g re
cord and said congressmen who voted
against the. party were almost Invar
iably left.n.t he me at the subsequent
election and hoped this rule would
continue. Ho was applauded.
Congressman Ai ken was the last
speaker. He told of bis record and
explained, all of his votes which had
been attacked by his opponents. He
claims to bo in harmony with the ad
ministration and is standing by the
-democratic platform. He says he la,
congressman of ail the people In this
district and said If he could keep cer
tain people in Pickens against him ho
would carry the county. He told why
he had Mc Dan lei appointed postmas
ter here,. He saxa?he. is confident of
re-election. . Ho /vyas. applauded.
Each of his opponent*-, attacked Aik
on's vote on the canal tolls repeal bill.
Each candidate made friends but It
was tbc consensus o? opinion that the
majority of the crowd was for Alken.
HOW THE HIGHWAY IS
KEPT IN CONDITION
ANDERSON PEOPLE ENTHUSE
TO THE MOUNTAINS
Say ; That Workmen of TarbeeHa
See To It That Road la Main
taiscd is Sect of Shape
Since the summer months began, a
number of Anderson people have mo
tored to Hendorsohyille. N. C, and on
through tlils'section of tho country'
and they hove enthused over the won
derful roads to be found (h?re Many
have beep (he conjectures, not con
cerning how tbe road was'built, but
as to how tho North Carolina people
have succeeded in keeping them, so
perfect Their condition la splendid,
at any season of the year according to
the motorists.' A North Carolins man
writing to the Manufacturers' Record
has told of the how the. maintenance
of the road is accomplished, and it
might be well to try thJS same scheme
on some of the Anderson highways.
. "Parties on the Charlotte-Asbevllle
highway, on the Henderapnvllle-Aeh
vHle highway, have organized a co
operative road and are employing the
road overseers and section men whose
business it is to''keep up the road
and repair same, just as the section
men along the railroad do. The over
seers serve without compensation tho
section boSB end .others, ode for each
four miles of .road, get. pay.
, "All those who contribute as much
as 25 cents are members of tho organ
ization and are entitled to r.ne vote,
and each 25 cents additional that is
paid in entitles-the contributor to a
VO?.6 . Iii i?i?? w6 toil krau ail
tbe rocks that Interfere with automo
biles out of the way, as well as make
repairs from time to time. A trial
was made on this last summer. We
tried It on one four miles. The sec
tion boss carries with him a sign that
teils of the work being done, and re
quests others on the! road to contri
bute. Very few people going over the
road last summer refused to contrib
ute." > ,/ '
Killed by Train.
Spartanburg, .8) C.,.' July 31.?The
Rev. W. Norwood Tiillnghast/^au
Episcopal ? lergynian of Washington,
11>. C. was killed tonight at Morgan
ton, N. C, while attempting to board
I a moving train.
A "HOMING" DAY
AT PELZER SATURDAY
EVERBODY IS TO "COME
A FINE PROGRAMME
Day Will Begin at 8:30 With Bi
cycle Race? and To End at
11 That Night
Throughout the state aro scattered
people who originally caiuo from Pel
zer and who have gar.o elsewhere to
sock their fortunes, and these people,
together with their friends and hun
dreds of people from the sections
But-rounding Pelzer and from all parts
of Urcenvtlle and Anderson counties,
will gather at Pelzer next Saturday
tor "Home-Coining" day. This 1b to
be the biggest affair that Pclzor has
ever attempted and if the day is hot
a success It will not bo due to the
fact that the committee In charge has
not tried to make the day pleasant.
The committee Is composed of the fol
W. C. Pearman,; Jno. A. Hudgens,
T. J. Crane, B. E. Waldrop. J. M. Al
exander. 7 W. Kelly. J. W. lllythe, C.
M. Docklna, W. B. Hammond, O. T.
Flcmmicf. A. W. Crenshaw. Joseph
Fraser, A. M. Lander, W. M. DowIb.
Specie; rates have been announced
by the Piedmont & Northern lines
from all points and the small railroad
fare will be additional reason for many
people making tho trip to Pelzer next
The first event on the program is
tho bicycle race, followed by motor
cycle races, which will take place at
8:30 A. M. From that heur cs
through the day there will be many
features, as will be seen from the fol
8:30 A. M.?Bicycle race, 1 mile, op
en for boys only. 1st prize $2.00; 2nd
9:00 A. M.?Motorcycle races, 6
miles, open te th?* -vorld (2 cylinders)
Motorcycie races, 3 miles, open to
tho world (1 cylinder) Prize $7.60.
9:30 A. M. Baseball, Piedmont vs.
11:15 A. M. Automobile Parade on
1:80 P. M., Trotting race, 3 best in
5 heats, let prize $10.00. 2nd Prize
, Grand H hibition drill by the Smyth
3:30 -P. M., Baseball, Piedmont vs.
From 5:00 to 7:00 and 8:00 to 11:00
The old Fiddlers' Convention at the.
No. 1.?OldOBt Fiddler in Greenville
county, one Pointer Brand Hat, value
$5.00 Blue Ridge Grocery Co.
No. 2.?Oldest Fiddler in Anderson
county, one 50 lb. Back of flour, Babb
- No. 3.?BeBt Fiddler in Anderson
county, one $5.00 suit case, Hindman
6 Beam Co.
No. 4.?Best Fiddler in Greenville
county, one half dozen photographs,
R. L. Snipes.
No. 6.?Best lady Fiddler. One 95
leather lined hand bag. West Polzer
No. G.?Best classical rendition. One
$5 rug, W. L. Welborn.
- No. 7.?Bert ragtime rendition. One
$3.50 pair shoes. Palmetto Dry Goods
No. 8.?Best duet. Cash $2. Chl
cora Bank. .
No. 9.?Handsomest Fiddler playing
ii convention. One silver cup. H.
No. 10.?-Ugliest Fiddler playing In
convention. Ono Statson hat, Alllsou
No. 11.?Best Male Fiddler. One 10
lb. bucket of lard. Hudson & Rags
At 8:15?Special Moving Picture
Show at the Air Dome.
The Meat Packer's Millions Res
cued Wheat Trade From a
(By Associated Press.)
Chicago,.July 31?Armour's millions
today rescued - the wheat trade from
Instead of chaos resulting from a
settlement day in the midst of a war
market, with possibly scores of firms
embarrassed and virtual certainty
that bankrupts, few or many, would
ensue, the Chicago Board of Trade, was
enabled to maintain Its record of nev
er having closed no matter how great
the emergency. Tonight not one fail
ure had taken place. The chief rea
son was that seventy-flv? entangled
firms and individuals on 'change were
freely given today ? by Armour and
Company, whatever aid the necessi
ties of the .situation required.
George ?. Marcy, president of the
Armour Grain Company, was the man
who rose to the occasion. He quietly
circulated word on the. floor of the
board, partly in : person and partly
through his lieutenants, that any
member in trouble need only come to
him. Before nightfall. Armour and
Company bad taken over 8,000,000
bushels of open trade, which if not
transferred, were critically in danger
of not being; safely settled In due con
tract time on the expiration of bus
iness hours at the end of the month.
Ton may sum the duty of .your life
la the giving of pralce worthily, and
being yourselves worthy of IU?Ri'e
GLOOMY OUTLOOK FOB
WAR RAS DEPRESSING EF
PROSPECT IS DARK
All Industries of This Section Must
Be Effected By War Now Being !
What will bo tho effects upon local
business of a general European war?
This question has been asked and an
swered during tho past two or three
days. The answers vary widely,
though it Is tho concensus of opin
ion that a war In Epropo will make
the money market '-of this country
tight. This being tho case. Anderson's
Industries will feel tho effects of tho
conflict, for tho money which tho mlllh
of this section operate upon comes
from the samo sources which Europe
will draw from?tho general banks ot
there ip. no fear of a panic, as the gov
ernment has asserted its intention of
providing money for crop moving pur
On the other sldo of the question, I
there arc some who contend that a
European war would enrich tho
I United States, as this country woulu
be called upon for supplies. A gen
eral war would cripple many Euro
pean industries, and the industries of
the United States more than any other
nation would be called upon to supply1
! the deficit. Should this condition enne
[about, the United States would eventu
I ally be tho mercenary bniieflelurv of
Still another phase- r i the matter,
and the one which e m sod a severe
reaction in the markets of Thursday,
1b the fact that the commerce of the
world might be tied up by the war.
The United States has no merchant
marine which could handle *ho com
merce, and should ships of other nat
ions bu unwilling or unable to take
the high seas and engage In commerce
the United States might And Itself
drained of gold, and overstocked in
goods- Tho foreign commerce of this
nation would bo shut off by this con
Whatever may ho tho effect of tho
war upon the United States Anderson
will be aware of these effects. The
larger industries of this section are
very. sensitive, and that which affects
the natlod's business and finances will
quickly affect the mill Interests of this
section, because of .the inci that these
mills are so intimately related to the
business of tho nation.
The r?sulta of the threatened em
brogllo has already-'been'felt as the
cotton exchange has closed; Tho clos
ing. was not unwelcome, as-there was
much uncertainty and w?dnessin the
market that trading was unsatisfac
LOCAL MAN MAY
GET FINE TRIP
South Carolina Will Send Two
Men To San Francisco Within
Next Few Days
It Ib understood that there 1b some
possibility of an Anderson man being
picked as one of the two representa
tives to go from this State to San
Francisco within the next few weeks
to make arrangements for tho South
Carolina exhibit, which will be seen
at the Panama opposition. This pos
sibility lies'In tho fact that two men
are to be chosen for this duty, one to
come from the "low country" and the
other from the Piedmont section. It
is known that those who have been In
strumentai In arranging for tho South
Carolina exhibit look with favor up- j
on selecting a man from this city for j
Porter A. Wbaley, secretary of the
Anderson chamber of commerce re
ceived a telegram yesterday, asking
if he would come to Columbia Mon
day for a meeting of those Interested I
in the proposition and Mr. Whaley I
will probably make tbe trip. He may
be accompanied by one or two An
Plans for tho South Carolina exhib
it are getting along nicely. The fund
Is, Being raised and since the commit
tee has struck on the. Idea of sending
a number of medals'out all over the
State, to be sold at $1 each, and the I
proceeds applied to the fund, this fund j
will probably be considerably swelled
within the next few days. The Intel
ligencer has .'received, five, of these
medals, as did every other newspaper
In the state. When each of these pa- '
pers sell their five, five more will be
sent to every bank in the state for
thorn to dispose of. In this way a
number of pretty little medals will be
distributed all over, the state and
many dollars will be realized for: tbe
NEW BOOKLET O?
Southern Publie Utilities Co., Will
This Morning Issue a Hand
?! some and Handy Pamphlet
(From Saturday's Daily)
Anderson people will appreciate and
will use a handsome little booklet
which the Soulbern Public Utilities
Company wl.l begin giving away to
Its patrons this morning. The little
book contains a wealth of Information
relative to- the senedulefc on the street
MRS. JOE PERSON'S
For Hood and Herv? Ills
This remarkable compound bas boon aid
Ins tbo people to good health for nearly
It In recommended In all forais of blood
poison, all taints 11ko scrofula, all or that
great lio.n of ill sorti ers arlidng from Impover
ished blood. Not only is It a corrective, but
a line tonic, enriching tbe b?ootl a? well as
purifying. Uonco It relieves all nervous
Thousands off YOUR Ntlgtibors
Testify to Its Valuo
Many Like Then* .
"I was afflicted with nervousness ind tr?n
erai debility for nearly nix yoan'. Kvery few
days I had nervous spoils, and hardly bad
strength to walk across the worn. ' bnugbt
half a dor on bottles of Hrt. Joe Person'a
Rotnedy and today I can atry I am a wall,
healthy woman."?Mrs. D. L. Barnes, Clay
"Two years aeo my wlfensed two bottles of
your Roinoriy for Indigestion and was cured.
Truly It will do what you claim for Hand Is a
wonderful tonic."?Claude O. Popper, Agent
Be.Ixiard Air Liue. Hoffman, N. C.
. "Your Remedy has ontltely curod our
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covered a great part of her body. Bit a ha.'
ectcma (periodically) from tbo time aho vrv
three woeas old until she was six years o'.,?.
Hhe I? now perfectly well."?J. \V. Cobb,
Greensboro, N. C. ?
Your druggist probably naa the Rcmod?. if
be hasn't, Bond his naino and your order
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It KM ED Y SALIS CORPORATION
Mra. jog Person's Wash gyg'j ft
connection with the Remedy for the euro or
I cores and the rell6roflnfluinedandcoDreated
and ahould cltaaya be used for ulc?rations.
A fowl will die of cholera
qnjefcljr.and tap d rein! il 1b
co?o will spread with groat
rnpldltr to tup ml of tho
flock, ninb fever canne?
burning thlrrl and loa*
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Anderson, N. ('.
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-which will protection from the
troubles that yonr neighbor* <
are now suffering^; It costs very
little In premium but PAYS f
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OPENS SEPTEMBER 1^ mb*
Send Fer Catalogue. ?.
By the use of this powder F
Peaches, Pears, Plums, Berries, 1
of any hind, Fruit jfnlcsjs nnd
j auch vegetables as Tomatoes.
, Beans, etc., can be preserved
without the use of air Ufhf can,
, Sufficient quantity to preHcrrc "ttfj
40 IIjh. frnlt for 25c
. At nil floi" HtnrflB. ' iM
railway system, . schedules ' of the : .
Piedmont and Northern trains^qnd nl
so deals with all the articles handled
by the Southern Public UUUtles Com
pany. The book was complied for tho -
local canpany by J. H. Redfern.. who?r;
Is a' special publicity reprccontatlvm ,
and la similar in design to.the bouk?
Issued from the same company In
Wlnston-Salem and Chart?tW? M- O.
One will bo gotten out in Gre^avlllo.
The booklet will consist b't -IG.bagySi '
and 10,000 copies will be distributed.
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