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TUESDAY AND FRIDAY
NEW SERIES, VOL. 1, NO. 28. Weekly, Established 16C0, Daily, Jon. 18, 1QM,
ANDERSON, S. C, FRIDAY MOANING, AUGUST 7, 1914.
FJRICE $1.50 THE YEAR
I UIULLIUII I IUHIU
WAS HUGE SUCCESS
ALOUT FOUR HUNDRED EN
JOYED THE DAY
CANDIDATES THERE
"The Flower Garden of Anderson
County" Entertained Great
Number? Delightful Affair
(From Wednesday's Dally.)
People living at Pendleton had a
hlg Unie yesterday and at the same
time Ihey ?ave over 400 visitors one of
the most delightful timcB that any of
them hud ever experienced. The af
fair wan in the nature of a picnic,
staged for the benefit of the Anderson
county candidates, the candidates for
congress from the Third district and
the voters of all that section.
Karly In the morning it became evi
dent thai, the attendance would be
large and when 10 o'clock came and
the time for the opening of the meet
ing arrived, over 400 voters were in
attendance. A speaker's stand had
been erected juHt in'front of the old
Farmers' Hall and hero the meeting
was t ailed to order, thoRev. Mr. Bal
lender acting as chairman. He Intro
duced tho candidates for the state
senate m the first speakers and these
gentlemen were followed by the candi
dates for tho house of representatives.
Candidates for probate judge '".poke
next and then an adjournment) was
had for dinner. At this time tho
chairman presented each of the 47
candidates with an artistic little blue
ribbon badge, bearing the words,
"Pendleton?Tho Flower Cardon of
Anderson county." Tbe dinner served
by tho ladies of Pendleton simply beg
gars description. It vas one of the
most dellglitful meals Imaginable and
under the shade of the spreading trees
tho different dainties and delicacies
tasted better than they would have
done anywhere else. Candidates and
their friends and the people of Pen
dleton did full\ justice to the magnifi
cent spread and then the speaking
was resumed. Rev. Mr. ballenger had
been called away and M. M. Hunter
presided over the remainder of the
meeting. The candidates spoke in the
following order during tike afternoon:
Superintendent of Education, Treas
urer .Auditor, Supervisor, Commis
sioner, and for Congress. Practically
all of the candidates were in atten
dance.
People returning to Anderson last
night said that the bast of order pro
vailed,, that the audience gave every
speaker a-respectful bearing and that
It was a day of which Pendleton peo
plo might well feel proud.
NOTICE ?? ELECTION
There'will be an ?lection In Martla
district. No. IS, ob Saturday, August!
8th, for the purpose of voting on a
special 4 mills tax. Polls open 7 a.1
m., and close at 4 p. m.
- J. B. FKLTON,
Clerk of county board of education.
Shlloh.dtsrlct No. 49 on August 10th.
ANDERSON BOYS
WIN SCHOLARSHIPS!
Two From Honea Path Will Get |
Free Courses at Clem a on Dar
ing Corning Term
(From Wednesday's Dally.)
There wua no four-yeur scholarship
In Ci em s on College from Anderson
county this year and accordingly in
the list of winners as announced from
Clemson yesterday, the name of An
derson county Is omitted. However,
there are 18 of'the one-year scholar
ships vacant in the state and Ander
son county had a chance at these. An I
examination was held in this city on
July 10th for the one-year scholarship |
and, a number of young men appeared
and Storni for this.
It was announced yesterday that W.
M. Cannon of Honea Path proved to
be the successful contestant and he
'will get the one-year scholarship, but
it was also decided that out of the
18 vacancies, nine of these would be
filled by appointments and therefore
W. Q. Beard of Honea Path, who held
a scholarship laBt year, was appoint
ed and he, too, will get a- one-year |
course.
These two young mon were yeBter-|
day receiving congratulations from j
thcr friends on winning out. .
GRANDMA NEVER LEI
HER HAIR GET GRAVI
1er Locks Barb, Thick, .Glossy,
l it h Sage Tea and Sulphur.
. When you' darken Vo'ur hair with
[Safes Tea and Sulphur, no one can toll,
bcfcautao?t'B done so naturally so even
ly. Preparing this mixture, , though,
at home Is muessy and troublesome.
t ftp BO cents you can buy at any drug
j store *he ready-to-u?e tonic * called,
I Wyeth's 8age and Sulphur Hair Rem-j
ledv." . You- just dampen a sponge or,
..t brush with dt and draw, this
through your hair, taking one small
i. .rand it a time, By morning all
; gray hair dis ?ppoars, and, after ah
Iother application or two, your hair be-,
come.beautifully darkened, glossy and
.luxuriant. ,i,You will also discover,
dandruff Is gono and hair has stopped
falling. . . !
Gray, faded, hair, though no dis
grace, Is a sign of old age. and as we
.* all desire a youthful and attractive ap
! poarancc\ get busy at once with
, Wyc-th'a Sage and .Sulphur and look
years younger.. Evans Pharmacy
agents. ;i%
^To Stay Weil
Keep The Blood Right
'T'TTERE la no health where tho life cur
runt Is imlftftnc'l- it may bo the
nerves are crying out for relief from
headaches and sleeplessness : perhaps
tho muscles acbo?Oh, how they hurt?
tho bonos may be soroj tho skin may
breakout?all ofthese arc only symptoms.
"The blood In tho life'! und H must bo
pare und abundant If you are to bo well.
'T'lIKRE Isnoholp In treating symptoms.
Uet down to the causa, remove that,
Htid tbo symptoms ?IM all disappear.
How run nerves be steady, digestion
good aud head clear when through them
all Is flowing acons?int.stream of polsonf
Purify Your Blood
And Be Healthy
Mrs. Joo Person's Remedy has proved
its usefulness Innucli t :i>cs by forty yens'
service. Literally thousands of families
in tho Boutn have usod It when
needed, and many testify to lui value.
Your druggist ought to bave It- If ho
hasn't suud $l.cx) to tbo
REMEDY SALES CORPORATION,'
Charlotte, N. C,
and the? will send you s bis bottlo and
full dirocUons at once.
Mrg. Jog Person's Wash
In connection with tho itemed y for tbo
euro of sores and the relief or inflamed
and congested surfaces. It is especially
valuablofor women, and should, alwrvys
be used for ulc?rations.
When You Buy
Spalding
Tennis Goods
TOU BUY TUB BEST.
We are sole agents for
?Spalding?
Sporting Goods .,
in Anderson.
Fant's Book Store.
COUNTY^ SUFFERS
from HEAVY STORM
Bo : ou know that you can get
from us 8 TORNADO POLICY,
which will protect yon from tho
troublei that your ' neighbors
are now sufferings It costs very
little In premium but PAYS
LARGE In r?sulta. COME to our
office and let us tell jou about It.
Walton Insurance
Agency
Evans Building.
MISS DRENNAN -
DIED SUNDAY
After Long and Painful Illness
Miss Josephine Drennan Died
At Her Home Here Sunday
-
(Prom Tuesday's Dally.)
Mls's Josephine Drennan, who, has
been 111 for the last th?e? monthB,-1 died
Sunday nigbt at & oTcIo?k At h?r honte
on North Main street Miss Drennan
was a sister of W.'P. and David Dron
nan or this city and she was well
known both In the city and county.
She baa a number. Of relatives In diff
erent sections of the. county.
The deceased was, In her Roth year.
The funeral services were held at
tho home. 411 Nbrjth Main street, yes
terday afternoon end the Intormont
took place at Silver Brook cemetery
PROF.TVIURRAY IS
' SAFE IN FRANCE
He and Party of Other Americans
' Succeeded in Getting Out of
Germany Into Paris
(Prom Wednesday's Daily.)
Mrs. Eva Murray .yesterday received1
a cablegram from her Son, Prof B. B.
Murray, In which tae oonveyed the Ip-1
formation that ho. and his party of
Americans succeeded in getting oat of
O er many just ns the hostilities w?re
about to begin and that they,were now
safely established in Paris, whore they !
Will have to remain until some pro-,
visions'are made for getting Amerl-'
cans back home. J
Prof. Murray each year organizes
a party to tour Europe. This yebr
he went across with a party of 16
and thlngB had been delightful with
them until the trouble broke out I
Following tho advtco that her son
was safe and sound. Mrs. Mdrray left
yesterday afternoon for W?o?aocket*
spend, th
R, I:, wh?re she tri?
.few weeks with one of her c :
the next
^SPEAK IN NEW YORK
TO THE BUILDING AND LOAN
MEN
AN ABLE EFFORT
New York Men Were So Pleased
With Washington Address They
Invited Anderson Man
So woll pleased were the building
and loan men of New York with the
address which Cupt. G. Cullen Sul
livan of Anderson delivered in Wash
ington, they Invited tho Anderson man
to deliver the same address before the
New York State Association and Capt.
Sullivan accepted the invitation.
The annual meeting of the United
States league wus held in Washington
on July 27. 28 and 29 and ,Capl. Sulli
van's address on "Sentiment?Not To
Re Overlooked in the Conduct of Our
Institutions " was easily the feature of
the meeting. Capt. Sullivan first de
livered this address before the South
Carolina Building and Loan Associa
tion and- this prompted the invitation
to address the national association.
It is said that his address was easily
the feature of the Washington meet
ing.
Mr. William Goldsmith, who attend
ed the meeting, states that the B. &
L. as arr Institution is training prestige
and usefulness, all over the United
States. There were 140 delegates in at
tendance. South Carolina had twelve
representatives. Mr. Goldsmith, In
speaking of the gathering, said it was
fur more enjoyablo and helpful than
he can express. The delgates were ac
corded a royal time in the national
capital, and the general spirit of the
gathering was such as to show the
growing Importance or the B. & L.
and the enthusiasm, with which these
institutions are working.
Those who attended from South
Carolina were: Huhter A. Gibbes,
John W. Thomas, Columbia; G. Cul
len Sullivan, Anderson: R. S. Lips
comb, Gaffney; John E. Black, E. O.
Black, Columbia; B. M. Spratt, wife
and daughter, Chester; William Gold
smith and G. B. Goldsmith, Green
ville.
The meetings were held at the Ra
leigh hotel and well attended. The
guests were given automobile rides
and in other ways were shown special
attention. A banquet was a delightful
feature of the gathering. ;
CAMPAIGN LIE NAILED
T. B. Cheshire Says He Is fvr Blen.se
For the Senate.
To the Voters of Anderson County:
For the purpose of injuries n.e, j
seme scoundrels haVe circulated the I
report at Piedmont, Pelzer and other 1
mills that I bave turned against Gov.
Blease. I brand this as a campaign .
Ho and the circulators as a set of cow
ardly curs. Gov. Blosse and myself
are on the best of terms and there Is
no foundation for'this yarn other than
to injure roe politically.
Respectfully,
V. B. CHESHIRE,
Can did a to for Probate Judge.
(Advertisement j .
MAIL SERVICE CBIPPLEB
(j- sfS
HowcviT, One Mail Eaeli Iveek: to
Enpore Is Assured. -
^Washington, Aug. A.?Temporary
arrangements were, made today for.
handling mail for. Europe .under con
ditions imposed by; tha- withdrawal - of
linera as the result of the war. Should
all tho big British* Gorman and French
ships be tied up,, at least one trans
-Altnntlc mail a week, would bo In
sri'cd by. the American-. . steamers,'
Ships Hying tho Italian.. Dutch, Nor
wegian or-Swedish flags also would
be available. The International mod- .
oy order sorvlco '- between the United
Slates and Belgium today was .sus
pended at Belgium's request.
JUIT HEAT IF Y0?B "
MAC! BADLY
Take tnblespoonfnl of Salts If Back
Hurts or Bladder Bothers.
We are a nation of meat eaters and .
our blood 1b filled With uHc aeld, says
a well known authority, who warns us
to be constantly on guard against kid- !
aey trouble. '
The kidneys do their utmost to ir?? ,'
tho blood of this Irritating acid, but ,
become weak from the overwork; they ,
get sluggisht the ellmlnaUva tissues]
clog and thus the waste is retained In !
the blood to poison tho entire system.!
When your kidneys ?che and feet
like lumps of lead, ahd you have sting
Ing pains-in the back or the urine is .
cloudy, full of sediment, orrthe blad
der !s irHfabte obllaing you to seek
relief during Uio night, when you have
severe headaches, nervous and dhtsy
?p?lls, sleeplessness, add stomach , or
rheumatism in bad weather; get from
your pharmacist about four .ounces of -
J ad Sal ts ; take a tablespoonf ul in a
glass of water before break rast, each
morning, and In a few days your kid
neys will act flae. ThU.fe.moua salts
fe made fvoui the acid of grapes and
lemon Juice, combined With llthla and
has been used for generations to flush
and. stimulate ctbgged kidneys, to
neutralise the acids In Urine so H la no
longer a source of Irritation, thus end
ing urinary ahd bladder disorders.
Jad Salts la. inexpensive and can
not injure; makes a delightful effor
roscent Hthia-water drink and nobody
can make a mistake by taking a little '
occasionally to keep th? kidneys c*ean
and active. Evan s Pharfa?cy; agents..
In Oconee County, S. C.
?BY -
MOSS & LITTLETON,
REAL ESTATE DEALERS,
WALHALLA, S. C. .\ SALEM, S. G
Dowling Realty Company, Anderson, S. C
NO. 1?71 acres, 2 1-2 miles from Walhalla; 3 residences; good out
buildings; 50 acres in cultivation, good'pastures; 10 acres bottom
land. PRICE $30,00 PER ACRE.
NO. 2.?200 acres, Choohee Valley, 13 miles from Walhalla; 3 hous
es. 100 acres bottom land. PRICE $15.00 PER ACRE.'
NO. 3?80 acroB, near South Union, 4 room dwelling; 12 acres bot
tom land, 36 ncreB upland in cultivation! 3 1-2 acres Hcrmuda pasture.
PRICE $'20.00 PER ACRE.
NO. 4?111 acres, 1 mile from Salom; 2 good residences"; 50 nerea
In cultivation. PRICE $30.00 PER ACRE.
NO. ."??02 acres, near Whetstone; 12 miles from Walhalla; 25 acres
In cultivation; small rcsldenco. PRICE $10.00 PER ACRE.
NO. G? 60 acres on Colonel's Fork Creek, 3 1-2 miles from Wcst
mlnstci, P.O acres in cultivation; residence and barh.
PRICE $3540 PEU ACRE
NO. 7?2G4 nrres on Keowee river, 13 miles from Walhalla! 22
nores of river bottom; good residence;; well timbered.
PRICE $10.00 PER ACRE
NO. 8?25 acres near Walhalla; Rood 7-room house! 18 acres In
cultivation PRICE $1,500.
NO. 9?8 acres, 4 room dwelling and barn; In town of Walhalla.
PRICE $000.00
NO. 10?500 acres, one mile from Salom; two-story, 10 room resi
dence; four tenant houses; 250 acres in cultivation. All land fresh.
One of the prettiest homes in the county. PRICE $25.00 PER ACRE.
NO. II?47 acres, mile and a half"from Iiichland; good 5-room
? . n ?
PRICE $2,000.00
NO. 12?218 acres, 2 milca from Salem; 40 acres in cultivation; two
houses; 200,000 feet saw timber on place... PRICE $6.00 PER ACRE.
NO. 13?71 ncres near Keowee high school, 4 miles from West
Union; good 5-room residence; 40 acres in ultivatlon.
PRICE $50.00 PER ACRE.
NO. 14?50 acres, one mile from Salem; 5-room dwelling;. 20 acreB
in cultivation. PRICE $1,200.00
We Imve a number of large and small farms in Oconee and Plckentt
?on a tien; also town property in Wal Italia. For further Information,
write or call on _______
We have n number of large and small farms In Oconee and
Piekeas counties; also town property In Walhalla.
For further Information, write or Call on
B. B. MOSS.Walhalla, S. C
M. ?Or? , .
i W.l. LITTIETON,.;....Salem,
Dowling Realty Company, Anderson,
J
lern, S. C 11
i, s. ? H
I ATLANTIKO MIXED PAINTS
After several years of experimenting and practical testing we have
found a formula for a HIGH GRADE HEADY MIXED PAINT es
pecially adapted for our Southern Climate.
Strictly Guaranteed
' If not at your dealer write us for information.
Atlantic Paint Co.. inc.,
Charleston, S. ?.
LIVE DEALERS WANTED IN EVERY LOCALITY.
W? Beg to Announce
that A/lr. E. P. Vandiver, formerly cashier Farmers
and Merchants Bank of this city has been elected
a vice president of this bank and will be actively
connected with th? management of the Bank on
- . ' . - , K
and after Aug. 1st, when he will be glad to have
his friends call and see him.
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SON
LEE G. HOLLEM?N, '
Pw-tdei*.
\ Auditor Winston' Smith says that
Lhi?ro are 17.000 acres of lost land tn
Mid or son county. Advertlao fov Ifiom
- "Tie IntelUgoncer.'
BtSSuK?
80 to 800 acres, $10 to $B0 per abre.
Come and see. Writ* itor.-.. folder.
Wwtern Carolina Realty Co., MoGor\

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