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And For Three Summers Mri. Vin
cent Was Unable to Attend to
Any of Her Housework.
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Pleasant Hill, N. C.-"I suffered for
three summers," writes Mrs. Waller
Vincent, of this town, "and the third and
last time, was my worst.
I had dreadful nervous headaches and
prostration, and was scarcely able to
walk about. Could not do any of my
! also hr.J dreadful pains in my back
and sides and when one of those weak,
sinking spells would come on me, 1
would have to give up and Ls down,
Until it wore off.
' I was certainly in a dreadful state of
health, when I finally decided (o try
Cardin, tho woman's tonic, and I firmly
11...i... mum a. UJL .i.-i-J,... J-:-U__L.
o o o o ? o o o o o o o o o o o
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Tho marriage of Mr. Charles M.
("ruy to MIBS Bsslo Annie Wharton
took place at high noon Thursday,
.'November the 19th. Promptly at the
' 'Appointed time, Mrs. E W. Masters
began tho straina of Mendelsohn
wedding march. Brides maid, Miss Iva
Bowman of Lowndesvillo entered the
parlor from the veranda, while, tim
groomsman, Mr. Keys Bowman, en
tered frpm the reception room, thone
being niece and nephew, respectively
of the bride. Preceding the bride canie
little Miss Alice Morchine, flower girl.
The bride was attended by her maid
of honor, Miss Lissie Whit ot Ninety
six,, while the groom entered at
tended by'vhls brother. Mr.. John B.
G,ray, who waa boBt mun. The cere
mony waa performed by Rev. S. J.
Hood, pastor of tho bride.'Immediate
ly after tho ceremony the bridal'par
ty, preceded by Rev. and Mrf?. S; J.
Hood, repaired to the dining room,
where a suriptous feast was served.
Tho : dinner, waa ..very elaborate,, and
co vcr a wore laid- for about 100 ?nests.
After dinner the bride and groom'
loft, by automobile tor Anderson en
mute tc Atlsaia and other. Southern
peints on Ehtlr.briial toan. Aa elab?r
ate display ..of wedding,'presenta at
tested tho popularity of '/otb brido and
groom. Among other elegant aud use
ful Kifta was a cheat of silver from the
bride's family. Several checks and
costly pieces of silver, cut glass and
china were also among the ?Ifta The
groom's gift to the brido waa a dia
mond necklace. The' brid o \yoro a
beautiful coat ault or blue with hat
and ?loves to match. She carried a
bouquet of .white chrysanthemums,
while tho bride's maids carried pink
Hurysanihemums. The heme was
tastefully decorated with ferns and
envy san themums. Mrs. A. B. Wharton,
Misses ;Rose. and Alkamya Wharton re
ceived thc guests, while Mesdames
T., J. Bowman, J. W, Wharton and
Miss Sarah Wharton received in the
dining-room. The scene of the wed
ding la tho "historic homestead whore
the xarentB and grandparents of-the
bride have lived. A fact of historic in
terest wan suggested .by the presence
of. Mr. William H. Watt among the
guests, he being the only one present
who attended the marriage of the
bride's parents fifty-four years ago, In
. addition to tho large number of
guests from trie Immediate commun*
lty, the following were present:
.'?Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Maters, Mr, and
i$!i$Mrs. E. W. Gray. Mr. Oscar Moore.
Miss Lois Garrison. Mr. and Mrs! Gus
. , Conk,: Miss, Ola Moore, .Mrs. . Della J
Wilson. :Mrs. R. P. Cllnkscates And ;
daughters. Misses Lena and Lillian;
MToSjsd; Mrs. Guy Norris of Ander
son; Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Bowman, Mrs,
' E,\C1 Machin?, Mr. Keys Bowman and '
. '- Mite Iva Bowman of Lowndesvllle;
Mrs. Jane Bolchcr, Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
iv; Ltgon, Mr. and Mrs. W. P*. McGee',
Mr? Nardin Belcher. Mr. George Bel
cher, Rev;'And Mrs. S. J. Hood of
>-'-.,;".IVOy\. ;'- .
Tho Million Dollar Mystery, one of
tho greatest serial.pictures ever pro
||&.duced io shown at the Iva Theatre
every Monday night. Dont miss a
/-. singl? one of these pictures tot ih?y
are fine. . "
Mr. J. L. Sherard of Anderson was
In .towna few hours Tuesday on busi
ness. . - .......
Mrs. Elsie Gray c.*>d daughter, Misa
. Carrie were visiting o ?,?.ort ' while
hero today. '
V-/;'v Mr?. J. Bayll08 Levorette of Starr
. spent a few days thia week at the
homo of her son, Mr. S. R Leverotte.
IK Mr. Geo. Giles of Andoraon was a
nra-buolneSH visitor to Iva Wednesday..
Mr?.' T. C. Jackson rjid Miss Annie
Beaty r.pcnt Wednesday In Anderson
|^Kjr?nsi;Sadl? McDonald, who hos been
with;.the Bee Hive in Anderson for
HBff tho past year. haR accented a position
with tho firm of N. Pollahoff. j
Mrs. Reid Sherard of Belton, has,
been unending tho week with his mo- ?
ther. Mr?. V. C. Sherard. I
'0$$? Sallie I^ong Bryan died at her
hi - hear here lost Sunday night
i af '. vna burled at old Good Hope
. COT? ' ferv on Tuesday, Ret. J. Lc. Sing-1
, talon of Starr conducted the sonlces, j
She waa s consintent member of Good
Hone Presbyterian church.
/ Dr. Edwin Hall ot NQW York de-'
livered one of hts famous lecturea in :
the achoo! auditorium Thursday even
Jog to a'appr?ciative audience. '?." J
believe 1 would have died if 1 hadn't
After 1 began taking Cardui, 1 was
greatly helped, and ali ?hree bottles re
lieved me entirely.
1 iatteued up, and grew so much
stronger in three months, I felt like an
other person altogether."
Cardui is purely vegetable and gentle
acting. Its ingredients have a mild, tonic
effect, on thc womanly constitution.
Cardui makes for increased strength,
improves the appetite, tones up the ner
vous system, and helps to make pale,
sallow cheeks, fresh and rosy.
Cardui has helped more than a million
weak women, during the past 50 years.
It will surely do for you, what it has
done for them. Try Cardui today.
Write to: Chattanooga Medicina Co., Ladles' Ad
vltory Dept., Chattanooga. Trnn., for Hptcinl In
itrurtioHM on your cate and &4-page book, "Home
Treatment (or Woman," ?ant in plain wrapper. J-?6
The congregation of Good Hope
Church ure . making Home repairs on
Dr. J. D. Wilson and family have
moved here from Due West and aro
occupying the borne of Bashkln' Sher
ard on Main street.
AU those interested in Good Hope
PrcBbyrerInn church, ure requested to
meet at the manse on next Wednes
day, November the 25 to clean off thc
growth und other repairs on the
The Sowing Circle will meet wit',i
Mrs., Sill .Schrimp oq next Friday af
ternoon ut 3 o'clock.
Mr. Raymond Beaty of Anderson
waa u business visitor here Thursday.
' Mr. J. "Whiteman Reid, secretary of
tho state Farmers' Union, has re
turned to his homo in Columbia, af
ter a short stay-here on business.
. Miss Ethel Bailey of Carswell was
here on a short visit this week the
guest of Miss Vera Spoon.
Mrs. W. T. Burrtss has returned
from, a short stay with' relatives in
Dr. C. H, Burton and Dr. J. R.Watr
son were business visitors In'And?r
Miss Lota jackson has returned
from a few days* stay with relutjyes
in And or soi.'.
Oh last Wednesday afternoon the
Priscilla!! were entertained by Mrs
H. ,W. Wakefield end .Mrs^E. B. Wil
lis at the residence of tho former on
Church st root. When sewing was'laid
aside th? "ost?sa served R. most. d*
rtctous safad' course, chocolates and
Mfa. Jim Britt and children, who
have been spending the week here
with-her sister. Mrs. W. F. McGee, re
turned to her home in McCormick.
A most enjoyable affair of Monday
evening was a surprise-party given
by the young people In honor of Miss
Lola Hood and Miss Emily Mullln,
students of thc Woman's College of
Due West, who were visiting at the
home of Rev. S. J. Hood. A variety
of games were Indulged.in, these be
ing followed by social chatting and
the serving of delicious candy made
by Mrs. S. J. Hood.
Dr. C. H. Burton spent a few hours
in Anderson yesterday on business.
Rev. S. J. Hood will begin a series
of services in the A. R. P. church here
next Wednesday night, and continu
ing through the following Sunday.
Communion on Sunday morning. Rev.
H. B. Blakely of Mt. Carmel will as
sist in these Bervlces.
Houp kilts quickly lind spread* rabidly.
Don't take any chances. Ba prepared for lt
And cave your fowls and your profits.
? 'Keep on-hand-ready for the first signa
ol tho O boase
It kills the disease germs, invigorates the
bird and restores your profits. Your money
beck if it doesn't please you. . Prices, 50c
Sand J 1.00, A SOe si ac makes 35 gallons of
CoafeVs 7i-yao? Poul/r* Boot, the best sad
moat practical iTUld? to the poultry man. /TM
a? you.'li you rall or send 4 cents la stamps.
- . FOR SALS ?V
FOB SILE BY EVANS' PHARMACY,
Change In Location
I am IJOW located over W
A. Power's grocery store at
212 1-2 S. Main Street. I
thank my friends tor their
past patronage and ask con
tinuance of same.
! make plates at $0.50
I make gold crowns nt$4.00
Silver fillings, 50c ano np.
Gold fillings' $1.00 and op
Painless Extracting 40k:.
Xi make . a specialty of
treating Pyorrhea, Alveo
laris of the gums and all
.crown and bridge work* and
regulating ma! formed teethe
AU work guaranteed, first
class.' f ________
S. G. B R U C E
SUPREME COURT DENIES AP
PLICATION FOR WRIT OF
ERROR IN FRANK CASE
Announce Case Will Be Taken;
Direct to the United Stetes
(?v ^jwx-intrd Press.)
ATLANTA* Ga.. Nov. 20-Thc state
supreme coprt today refused to certi
fy a writ of error to the United Stat
es Bupreme court in the case of Leon
M. Frank, under sentence of death
here for the murder in April, 1913,
of Many Phagan. Counsel for Frank,:
when advised that their application I
for the writ had been denied, on-1
nounced that the case would be taken
dli-ect ro the United Statea suprme
" "Leter in' ?h? day two of Frank's at- ;
torheyS,"Hc?ry Peeples and Harry Al-'
oxander, left for Washlngto? to pre-1
sent their application'for a writ of er
ror to Justice Lamar. Should the Jus
tice grant the application, the appeal
would then be placed on the supreme ?
court's calendar, it in said. If the writ1
ls dented by Justice Lamar, Frank's
counsel may preesnt the application
to othor memebers of the court In
dividually, according to the attorneys.
The application for the *wrlt of er
ror '.o take the case to the highest
tribunal in the land, was baaed upon
the Georgia supreme' court's refusal
In its decision last Saturday to set
aside tho verdict on the ground that
i Frank wan absent from the court
i room when the verdict was announc
The state supreme court's action to
day, marks the seventh failure ot le
! gal efforts to obtain a re-trlal for
I Frank or a reversal of the verdict
?which was returned August 25, 1913.
Frank's execution first was set- for
October 10, 1913, but this'was'Stay
ed by appeals and motions for a new
trial. In March of this year he was
re-sentenced, the dato being fixed for
April 17 last. Proceedings before the
State supreme court, however. ' acted
as a stay of execution or the sentence.
With thc final removal'of the case
Crom thc State courts it will be neces
sary to re-sentence -tim former fac
tory superintendent the third time and
again a dato for his hanging.'
j In arguing the motion before the
State supreme <?urt- for . tho setiins
aside of the verdict, counsel for Fran h.
deolared that the "air about the court
room was surcharged with mob vio
lence," and lt was brought out that
tho trial Judge suggested that the de
fendant be absent when - the verdict
was rendered. Frank's attorneys hold
that counsel for the accused consent
ed tv> thoir client's absence; but that
Frank himself never gave his consent.
They alleged his constitutional'rights
has been this violated. It Is upon this
ground that his present attorneys
hope to get the case before tho Unit
ed tSates supreme court.
Should this tribunal rofuse to hear
tho appeal, or decide it against Frank,
his only recourse to escape execution
it is declared, would be through the
extension of executive clemency by
the governor of Georgia.
It was learned today that the pros
ecution plans to go before the super
ior court next Wednesdav to have
n- , -
WASHINGTON. Nov. 20.- A re
view or the Frank case by the Sup
reme court rests largely with Justice
Lamar, who Is assigned to the circuit
in which Georgia ls located. Custom
ot the justices requins that applica
tions for "writs Of error*'thust be pre
sented Arts tb the justice assigned to
the circuit in which tho caso origin
ates.-Should Justice Lamar grant the
waif.1 ths^c?se would go oh to the
cotirt's docket and would not be heard j
for1 about two years; unless advanced.
Should 'Justice Lamar decline to is
sue the writ, he might consent to an
application being presented to the
entire court, or the attorneys might
of their own volition make application
to the bther justices.
u v SUPPLIES FRJEE
Railroads Co-operating With the
Commission For Relief in
NEW YORK,, Nov. . 20.-To facili
tate transportation of food and cloth
ing : for .Belgian noller, au railroads
of tho Trunk Lin eu Association, cov
ering territory cast of the Mississip
pi and north of Norfolk, VA. Will
transmit such 'supplies without;
charge,.it was announced * tonight. '
The commission for relief iii Belgium,
is. trying to effect a similar arrana H
iftent with lines west of the ;MteMt?
The next relief ship sailing under
charter of the commission wltl load '
next week nt Philadelphia, taking on'
supplier from thc northwestern
Stater, and Pennsylvania. About De-1
cember 1, another ship will be dea-1
patched i^ojrn. .New York with wes-1
tern con tri ou ii on a. j
Mrs. Herbert C. Hoover will sail
noxt weale to jo lu her husband, chair
men ot thc London commission,, and
assist ,him ia hts work. She was
chairman of the American womans
re'1er committees in London during
the early days of the war.
No Meeting Was Held on Account
of Not Being Announced in
Spccinl to The Intelligencer.
SENECA, Nov. 20.-The State party
of grain promoters stopped for a
while in Sneca today. The party con
sists of Hon. E. J. Watson. A. O.
Smith, and L. L. Hoffman, of Colum
bia, Prof. W. H. Barton of Clemson
College, and J. C. Stratton of Chica
go. Mr. Stratton is the grain elevator
man. The party left Anderson this
morning, and came here by ' way of
Townville and Westminister. They ar
rived here about "ono o'clock and took
dinner at the Oconec Inn. No meet
ing was held here because of a fail
ure to get lt announced In time. They
left here for Eas ley and expected to
spend tonight in Greenville. The party
is traveling in a large six cylinder
Mitchell automobile, and tire making
the trip in fine order. Dr. E. A. Hines,
tho secretary of thc South Carolina
Medical Association, and of the State
Board of Health, ls in Charleston at
tending the dedicatory exercises of
the new State medical college build
The ninth annual meeting of the
Fourth District Medical Association,
will bs held in the Masonic, ball at
this place next Tuesday. The meeting
will bc called at JO:30, and dinners
will be served at .the . Oconec Inn from
2 to,3 p. m.
! The officers of the association are:
Dr. J. C. Sanders, Anderson, Presi
dent; Dr. E W. Carpenter, Greenville,
vice president; Dr. A. D. Cudd, secre
tary and treasurer! The following is
the program: . ',
Address of. Welcome, . Mayor . of
Seneca. . . . . . .
Address of Welcome- Dr. J. H.
Johns, president Oconec County
Response- Dr. J. O. Sanders, pres
ident 4th. District Medical. Associa
tion, Anderson'. \ .'
The Stomach and its Exegencies
N. P. Clak, Campbeele.
A caBe of Espbagospy- W. J. Kel
ler. Spartanburg. ,.', .
Subject Unannounced- E. W. Car
penter, Greenville. -
The Blood Count- T. R. W. Wilson.
The Enlarged Spleen, Its Signifi
cance- B. B. Steely., Spartanburg. .
Subject Unannounced- Geo.. Tx Tyr
1er," Greenville. 1
The Cu.ability of Gonorrlme in. the
Male- Clyde E, Roes. Anderson,
The Importance ot x-Ray as an aid
in Diagnosis with .'illustrations and
Report, pf Cas^s.--, Dr. Frank Ash
' The Pellagra Problem-j. J., Lind
say, Spartanburg.. '
* The Second ^Summe^rihyb^- p. L.
Srrilth'. ??k?y?Bt, - Spartanburg; '.'
'SubJ?et ypannciUr^??- S. ?fett- j
rjr. essayist, Anderson. " ? :
Rant?om. Qbs?rvatkms .of^ .Medical1
Europe-- . E. A. Hines, Seneca.
Typhoid'Fever, its ^asee and treat
ment-. B. C. Stroud;, l??arfeta,
Mr. Ben Allen and J. F. Thomas,
twp popular traveling men from An
derson, are calling''on, .the,.trade in
"Mochas. W. Webh, of Anderson,
was a business visitor to Senaca to
Mr. R. W. McNeely of Coccoa, Ga.,
ls registered at tho Oconee Inn today.
Mr. J. H. Bryan bat returned from
a visit to Memphis? Tenn., and the
University of Mississippi, where he
vt Ut. tl his son, Harry,- who is study
ing law In that institution.
Mr. Jones Fowler? from Gleenvllle..
N. C., spent Thursday night in Seneca
Mr. Fowler was en route to Anderson
with ajlrove of about sixty turkeys.
Mr. Kay Dendy pf South Dakota
was in Seneca Thursday.
The latest ar ri val in town .is a
young lady, who ha?'taken the name
of MISB Clara Kilpatrick Thompson.
She arrived ' Tuesday night and is
stopping at, the home pf Mr. and Mrs.
D. P. Thompson, where, .she, will .make
her home in tho future,'. .- ;
Mr. J. R. Garner .of Oreen ville ls
in Seneca today. . 1 >
Friends of Mrs. B? P.'Sloan' wiri be !
sorry to know that sho. has been quite
sick at. their ho ino oh Walhalla street
since-her return from ? , visit to
Greenville. But Bhe Is .reported to be
some bwtter. . ', ; .
Mr. L. A. Edwards, who has been
quite sick is able to bb out again.
Mr. A. P. Brown has removed his j
family to Amorlcus, Qa., for the win
STRINGENT. ORDERS .
Issued to Prescrre Nentral?ty
Throughout Ute .Canal.,
(By AM?CUIM rn?.)
PANAMA, Nov. 2Q.-Stringent ord.
era have been issue .to preserve neu
trality throughout the canal1 cone.
Hereafter no information will be giv
en to any one relativ- t? the cargoes
carried by ahlps usln? the waterway.
These orders have- resulted party
from President Wilson's recent neu
trality proclamation'and partly from
the efforts of local'British diplomatic
and consular agents, to" learn what
ships carried coal and other probable
contraband through* the ; canal for
possslble transfer at aea to German
Ships. . i;
Called to Anderson. -
The Second Baptist burch of An
derson, haa called :tor another year
Rev. John A. Anderson, of Central.
Brother Anderson for th* past year
ha? been pastor of both of the Baptist
charchas ot Central and in recent
months has enjoyed most arucloua
nieetincR- with them. A few thurs atc
he closed a meeting with tits First
Baptist church there ia which six or
seven were receited Into the mem
bership. The meeun? at the. Second
Baptist church reached great pzopor
tlons and did much towards the ec
clesiastical unity ot tts community,
Tho r.apttat Courier;
MOTOR TRUCK LIKE
PROPOSED AT CONFERENCE
HELD IN THIS CITY YES
SAY IT WOULD PAY
Efforts WH1 Be Made in Neal' Fu
ture to Raise Funds for Ser
(From Sunday's Daily.)
Believing that an Anderson-Liberty
automobile truck line for the hauling
of both pasengers and freight matter
would prove a very welcome and pro
fitable innovation for both the people
at the terminals of the proposed line
and those between. Mr. S. M. John
stone of Liberty, yesterday coferred
with Secretary Porter A. Whaley of
the Chamber of Commerce with refer
ence to financing such a proposition.
As a result of the conference, Messrs.
Whaley and Johnstone will make an
'automobile tour of the proposed coun
try to te traversed by this truck line
and endeavor to interest farmers
along the way. This trip, Mr. Whaley
says, w.111 be made within the next
two days or two weeks. In the mean
time, business men. of Anderson and
Liberty will be approached concern
ing the matter.
Speaking of the. proposition, Secre
tary Whaley said that efforts w?rbe:
made to induce an many as ten far
mers between Anderson and . Liberty
to subscribe each ?ioo worth of stock
to the proposition, while business
men of Anderson and Liberty will be
asked to subscribe a total of $500.
With this much capital in hand, it ?a
stated, the necessary truck can be
bought and the line put into opera
As generally known, an automobile
truck line has been in operation be
tween Anderson add Townville lor
several months,, and lt is stated, has
proven a profitable venture. It is
pointed out that a similar service be
tween Anderson and Liberty would
traverseverse an even richer and
more thickly settled section of coun
try than tim/ between, here and Town
ville. The- truck" between Anderson
and .Townvilte makes, daily trips and
i the machine is always loaded to the I
limit with merchandise ; going out |
from Anders on . merchants; The out
come, of t,ht project to establish an
est by local business-men.
President pf Steel Corporation De
clines to Gsve Detalla of His
Mission Abroad. >"- *
SAYS UNITED STATE
tr$%ml "JS FAVORED BY WAR
Thinks We Are Near th? Turtling j
Point for Return of Confi
dence and Prosperity.
?Bv Apanriated Press. >
NEW YORK. Nov. 20.--Charles M.
Schwab, president of. the Bethlehem
Stael Corporation, who returned from
London today, declined to go into de
tails as to his mission abroad, say
ing merely that his company had a !
dumber of .large contracts in force in
Europe add that hie prjesence/was
necessary. '"" He denledTrepbrts . . that
the. Bethlehem Steel ?Cpr poratiot? bAd
contracted to build 'twenty ' subma
rines for .Great B*^ /'.'/
'., Mr, Schwab gave What ho said was
the first optimistic atatement an bus
iness conditions; that had corns from
him in-three years. ?.<.?? '?
"I believe we uro near-the turning
point for a full return of confxdoace
and prosperity in the United States,''
he .said. "We aTe nelng favored by
the war. as-ls no other nation. For
example, Germany normally produces
from twelve to fifteen million tons of
steel annually,, of which about eight
million tons ls exportad. This ls now
shut off and the advantage is In our
"What is true cf steel, Z true of
other commodities, but lt. ls hot the
war supply tr au a alone ?hat is turn
ing the tide.' '^ aro recovering from
the shock of . tflfl war, 'eglslatlon ts
such that capltai has more confidence
and business is ?xfu? stimulated- At
Bethlehem some time',brick we' wore
forced partially to 1 suspend ' opera
tions, but we will soon be in full ac
tion agata and wo wMl Increase our
prodncMon.^v)? / > f ..
On Both Railroads Lending From!
. Vera Cru* to *X?xIeo ?Uj.
VERA CRUZ, Nov. 20^-Trafflc was|
interrupted today on both the rail
roads leading from Vera Crus to
Mexican railway " ?S?nsis said the
Conatltuttonalista had taken all roll
ing stacy, on that road between Mex
ico City md Esperanza for movement
of troops. Colonel Martines, repre->
sen tat Ivo of General C?ndido Aguilar,
- isled that another reason To.
maton was to prevent entrance
.it turn out to bo followsra ?.of
The Inter-Oceanlo. the Other lt to to
Mexico ' City, ia being operated. only
in sect iona, A stretch beyond San
Marcos is under control ot the ex
federal general, Hlglnio Aguilar.
Rev. J. Powell Tells Hov? Ile Found
New Strength to Give to His
Rev. J. Powell of Stat?Bboro, Ga,
H ufr- :d rom stomach troubles so
serlo, sly that they affected his work.
He struggled on under the hand
icap as best he could-barly realiz
ing, perhaps, Just how much sick
ness waa hurting him.
One 'day he ' learned of Mayr's
Wonderful Stomach Remedy. He
took the first dose-then decided to
take the full treatment He wrote:
"Since using the six bottles o your
wonderul stomach remedy I feel Uko
another man. It baa been .quite a
wonder to me to know how one
could have a stomach disease like
mine and live and do the work I
did. I just escaped the operating ta
ble. . j
"Xo\v I can eat what I please and
it doesn't hurt me night or day." .
The first, dose was proof to Rev. '
If the farmers of this country, in
refusing to go to the polls and vote
in the recent general'election, didn't
repudiate and condemn the National
Democratic administration . for the
shameful treatment given them in
their trouble, then wo are as blind
as a three day old pup, and there's
no ase to be "whipping" the
devil around the stump"- and deny
ing the fact. The common people did
not intend to endorso in the general
election "what they themselves had
done In the primary. Now we are told
that the light Vote was due to the
fact that the ' people were too busy
to go out and vote, yet up here at
the Five Forks box some of the man
agers didn't even vote and some of
the vo'.ers were there with their reg
istration certificates and tax receipts
who wouldn't vote. Does that look
like they were too busy?
No, Mr. Editor, the laboring peo
ple of this country are getting tired
of voting lor men whose vjnly interest
is their own. infernal rotten selflsh
n .'BB and they are golbg to quit it.
From how on we are going to vote
for measures and not for men, we
ate going to vote for those who will
beat "erve our interest regardless of
party afiUlatibna. .".'.'
- Yes, and when soma of our pres
ent Southern- representatives in Con
gress tome before the' people 'again
we are going to' make 1 them look as
sneaking as a dog - that's - gulped
down a dozen of tho other fellow's
eggs and-baa been caught in tho act.
'Th?y-7niay think we-aro"fooled; But
We're 4?ot,'(;Tb?y moy think that "we
will ! forgets 'nut' Wff wiir dot?? l" . "? s
'We' have % not forgotten."tie/ ?oral
credit i?;ank cf th* Sal__ut?re plat^
io rm, ho; not ny a ^ug run and we
are not' failing tb-''observe' the' way
and i?artUer l?> Which' thdt ^promise
ls being f ul filled . "to th? agricultural
ist-the back' bone of thu country
oF ours. House cleaning'; day ' -'.will
sUrely : cbm?*- again '?ud?iwh'?ii?' ipcar-.
rives we-will' not fail to go fr cm gar
tet to t?ellar and we are going to use
the political party broom that will
do the'1 b?St 'sweeping. The Wilson
administration Is very much afraid
that if it comes to the rescue of the
Southern cotton planter in bis pres
ent deplorable condition that it would
violate Ita golden rule, "equal rights
to all and special privileges to none,"
yet, today the manufacturers of rot
gut whiskey in this country are re
ceiving at the hands of the national
government special privil?ges that the
old calloused farmers can never eur
Joy eo long as the "votes straight
Just because his paw did." In the
midst of lt all some of the national
bankers are virtuully advising us
farmers ot the. South to such our paw
and quit' looking to the national gov
ernment fair 'help, but we want to in
form theda gentlemen that if wo could
get -a hold on that government that
they have been" driving at so long
that we wouldn't now heve to look in
vain to-'the 'dear party-for help, nor
duck Our paw either. Farmers of the
South, ;iet'n get together' and vote-SS
we play; let's -jot be like "dumb driv?
en cattle." but let's bb "heroes in the
?strife," Let's" resolve 'to Vote for the
bebt interest of our1 home and' fire
side' the*slick tongUe,' Mick hat, aplit
tall coat politician to the contrary,
We've, recently purchased two bull
dogs and a double barrel . cannon
with three races of barb wire togeth
er, with, the contents of. black smith
shop in each-barrel that'we are go
ing to tura loose on the next fellow
that we hear say that tho European
war ls the cause ot low price cotton.
So far as being a just cause it has
nothing moro to do with it than the
eclipse of the moon that, took ; place
fifty years ago. This war ls only used
as an excuse by the cotton, brokers
to rob ua of our labor, that's all,
Of .course',, now some,; goat-head.
wboB? bretes if ; turned "into nftrc?
glycerine Tyquldn't blow hie hat oft
of his head, will be ready to 'say that
wo aro' tolling what's not so and will
demand o* .us tho truth in what wo
say.' Welt nero lt goes, and wo trust
that Its .inpale will .nave charms to
?o?thsJiii^Tage^i^it, W ":(>
, Aa .we write, we nave, before us
nomo cotton bills glvcu ns by our
friend and nefchbitr, ?Mr."X. F.-Mul
liken: and now listen if yon piesse;
On December *0, 1894 sold. to
KcCuIiy ? earhart ono bale Of cot
ton weighing' 582 pounds at 4 3-4"
cents per pound, money received,
On November 8,1894 sold to Kay &
Baker one bale of cotton weiehing
567 pounds, at ac, money received
Ono more, if you please:
?un Starch ii, iSvv. ac?n ?u Do?a, ck
Ratliff on?, bale weighing 337 pounds
at 4 J.-4 cents, money received (leas
V%ht weight 16 pounds) $13.02.
Now .Mister, was tfcsro any Euro
pean war going on when cotton, was
bringing the above fancy prices in
which tho Southern cottoa farmers
RANGE FROM BODY ILLS
Mr. Powell. ~It has been proof to
thousands of people in al! parts of
the nation who are today grateful.
Mayr's Wonderful Stomach Reme*
dy clears the digestive tract Of mu
cold accretions, removes poisonous
matter and brings swift relief to
sufferers from stomach ailments, liv
er and intestinal disorders'. Many
declare lt has saved them from op
erations and many are sure . lt has
saved their lives. -
We want, all people who : have
chronic stomach trouble or i consti
pation,, no matter of how. long stand
ings to.try one dose of Myr's-Wond
erful Stomach Remedy-one dose
will convince you. This ls the medi
cine so many ot our people have
been taking with surprising results.
The most thorough system cleanser
we ever sold. Myr's Wonderful
Stomach Remedy is now sold here
ry "Evans Pharmacy (3 stores) and
got rich? . ,
No, In those days the world was as
peaceful as a sleeping babe, not a
war dog was heard to growl or
snarl but all was calm and serene.
The present war ls ueed as an ex
cuse for'placing" the Southern cotton
planter' in' a financial stringent con
dition ..between two shields- those
who are .robbing us of what we have
to sell" on the one hand and those
who are robbing us of What we have
to buy on the other and that's all
there is to lt. " j. : , ??
Some of our most progressive far
mers, in this' section are at - "present
agitating' the idea of a farmers' bank
to be established nt Anderson, Pen
[ dieton br Belton'. What they wan*t is
a pure, genuine, .unadulterated, all
wool and a yard wide, farmers bank.
A bank organized by farmers, owned
I by farmers, run by farmers in the in
? tereBt of farmers.
Now Fermera of Anderson county,
j get your abeckets" together and let's
hear from you ' on this bank propo
sition through the county paperB.
No, not so long as we live will we
sleep in the pen with a hog and then
get up and go to complaining to other
people about how filthy the hog is.
W. Lt. CASEY.
Military Has Taken
j Corni?iand of Roads
MEXICO 'CITY. Nov... 20^-r-The mili
tary has taken,.?oinplcte corhmnhd of
all roads obt of'tho capital and troops
in the. suburbs, facing -Zapata sup
porters, have peen, strongly, reJn,forc?d
It ,is ?Hsnw ???W Blanca
will remain to' protect - Inhabitants
,., .Twelve JaW?ps?' i?ng.':. ..
' PHOEI? ;Arial7?i?v. 2fc--^fffclat
ret?rris' from the recent election show
that Arizona defeated an , Initiative
measure abolishing the death penal
ty. Twelve1 men nbdei sentence''" or
death, -reprieved .by Governor Hunt,
so tho people might decide their fates,
must hang. The vote was: Yes, 18,
183; no, 19,329.
Governor Hunt, lt ls understood,
W?I reprieve the .convicted men 'until
after Christmas and then scatter the
dates of. execution. '
Mrs. B. B. Allen ot Anderson, R. F.
D.. was in the city yesterday for a
few hours. .
IN BURK YOUB PBOPEBTY WITH
. THE ' - .
MUTUAL F!RE 1NSUR
' Who are carrying over ?> minien
and a M<?^?@?gW?#f| mi'
^.'property... ". ;? i.
>>Tte ' eepi ls ?nly $5,00 pei $1,000.
v ; No annual dueai
-?ad . in last 5 ? years vre have %ot
made inf Jun one atcessaent per
jeir. ?? : " ? '
For farther Inf?rnm?oo see er
wr?e-; . >
J. J. SMITH, President.
Vj. J. H. MAJOB, Secretary.
B, B. BLECBXKK 0. Iff, HS ABB J
Ffcoue OU V' Phe?? SW
Answer ill ?nils day or ni?rati