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Keep Your Liver Active During the
Hummer Months-Foley Cut hortic
Tuhlests for Sluggish Liver and 1
It does heat all how quickly Foley
Cathartic Tablets liven your liver and
overcome constipation." Ney Oldham,
Wlmberley, Texas, says: "Foley Cath
artic Tablets are thc best laxative I
ever used. They take the place of
calomel." Wholesome, stirring and
cleansing. No griping. A comfort to
stout persons, as they relieve that full
bloated feeling. Evans' Phormacy
How To Cure n Sprain.
A sprain may bc cured in about one
third the time required by the usual
treatment by applying Chamber? ul n's
Liniment and observing the directions
with each bottle. For sale by all deal
W. T. Oreen?, llopkinton, N. H.,
writes the following letter which will
Interest evedy ono who has kidney
trouble: "For over a year Mrs. Greene
had been afflicted with a very stub
born kidney trouble. An operation
was advised This 1 would not con
sent to. Foley's Kidney FUIB done
moro to complete her recovery than
any medicine she has taken and I feel
lt my duty to recommend Foley Kid
ney Pills to all who may uecd kidney
medicine." They are tonic In action,
quick to give good.-results.-Evans
Tlie Twenty Year Test
"Sumo twenty years ago I used
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
IMarrhoea Remedy," writes Geo. W
Brock, publisher o? tho Enterprise,
Aberdeen, Md. "I discovered that it
was r\ quick and safe cure for dlarr-I
hocu Since then no one can sell mo j
anything said to be 'just as good.'
During all these years I have used lt
und recommended it many times, and
it haa never disappointed anyone. For
sale by all dealers.
"Stny-at .linnie" Sufferers of Hoy Fev
er nnd Asthma-Ot a Bottle of Fo.
ley's Honey and Tar Compound.
Restful sleep,' relief and comfort
from choking, gasping aBthma and
tormenting hay fever for those who
take Foley's Honey and Tar. And be
aldon, it spreads a healing soothing
coating as lt glides down a raw, tick
ling throat, stops irritating ?.coughs
and Bummer colds. Don't suffer when
you can buy relief for so little cost.
Remember the name-Foley's Honey
ana Tar Compound and refuse substi
tutes. Evans' Pharmacy, agents.
o o o o o o o o o o o o o o
o JAPAN'S GREAT FRIEND. o
o o o o o o o o o o o o O O
(By Associated Press)
Tokio, August 10.-Count Okuma,
premier, today ia an address to news
paper men in Japan urged them to re
frain from sensational rumors and In
flammatory articles In such critical
times, saying they were calculated to
excite the public unduly and to Injure
Japan"J relations with friendly coun
tries. Tho premier instanced what
he termed a false assertion that the
United S\atas was sending a fleet to
"America," concluded the premier,
"has made no demand on Japan and
remains . Japan's great friend."
C lt relax!
It's a laxative, of course-name tells
you that. And the nicest hot weather
drink you ever tasted. - Flushes tho
roughly, and pleasantly, too. F. C.
Cryslcr, Syracu^N". \*. snys: "Have
used laxatives for'15 years but this
Citrolax hat* got?everyjthlng elBe beat
a mlle." You will agree with him.
Specially nice for children and deli
cate poisons. Sweetens a sour bilious
stomach very quickly and stops head
ache. Evans' Pharmacy, agents.
TEDDY DEMANDS CHANGE
-- ' " V
? He Wishes His Case te be Heard In
(By Associated Press.)
Oyster Bay, N. Y., August 10.-Thar .
odoro Roosevelt announced-.tonight
that his attorneys in the $50,000 libel
suit brought against him by William
Barnes, - Jr., republican^ state chair
man, will ask a change of venue to
some other county than Albany coun
ty where Mr. Barnes resides and
where tho action was brought Col.
Roosevelt said his attorneys did not
believe on Impartial trial could be
v >v--i-? -ti* .?? . :
Not So Strange After All.
1 . v-v . -ii.
\nu mn? think it .strange that so
many people, ara ? cured of stomach
trouble by Chamberlain's Tablets. You
would not, however, if you should give
them c trial. They strengthen and In
vigorate the stomach and enable it to
perform Its functions naturally. . Mxs.
Rosie nish, . Wabash, ind.. writes.
"Nothing did ruc tho least good until
I hogan using Chamberlain's Tublots:
It .lr: decidedly the best medicine for
stomach trouble T have ever used."
For Bate by all dealers. , 7
Localed In Charleston.
Dr. Sam M. . Browne,', who gradu
ated at the Charleston Medical College
several month y ago, has returned to
that city and will be connected with
the Roper .hospital, ot that city.
The Case of CaaTelou.
The case ot. L. L. Cantelou, Claren
don. Texas, ls similar to that ot many
others \vho have uBcd ,Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea' Remedy.
He soya. ."Atter, trying a doctor for
several months, an-T . using different
kinda ot medicino for ray wlfo. who
had.-heeo troubled with severs bowel
complaint tor J(aaVeral. months, %
bought 4 26c UAUe ? of Chamberlain's
Cfctlc J&olera, Mt* Diarrhoea Remedy;
After using, tho second bottle she was
entirely corevV'' For sala by aH deal
.v - . ? . :', , 7 _ .
Cecil Wyclie, of Spartuuburg, spent
Sunday in Anderson with friends.
- Magistrate A. M. Guyton and Lee
Elrod, of the PIcrcetown section,
were in the city yesterday.
Miss Carrie McCuen I103 returned
from a short visit to friends at Poi
L. A. Parker and family, of Cordele,
Ca., have been visiting relatives la
this county, making the trip in their
Dr. It. L Parker, of Helton, was
among the visitors to spend yester
day in thc city.
Garland W. Ould. a well known
traveling salesman with headquar
ters In Anderson, is spending a few
dayp in the city.
Gen. and Mrs. M. L. Bonham and
Miss Martha Bonham have beeu
spending a few days in Greenville,
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Proctor
Mr. and Mrs. M. -P. Ra m pey, of Co
lumbia, aro in the city, the guests of
Mr. luuipey's brother.
W. Ii. Gwinn, of Greenville, spent a
few hours in the city yesterday on
W. H. Riddle, of Greenwood, was in
the city ycBterJay, a guest at the Chi
- C. B. Miller, of Charlotte, was In the
city yesterday for a few hours.
Lucius Tilley, Jr. and W. D. Drew,
of Columbia, have been spending a
few days in Anderson.
W. G. Webb, of AthcnB, Ga., was
among the visitors to spend Sunday
. C. E. Harper, one of Honea Path's
best citizens, was in Anderson yes
W. P. Rice, of Westminster, anent
a few hourn in the city yesterday on
T. H. Brock, ot Honea P?th. WRR
amone the well known visitors to
spend yesterday In the city.'
Mr. nnd Mrs. A. M. McAllister, pf
Lebsnon. were shopping in the city
Fl. P.. McAllister, of Wtlliamston,
was amone^the visitors to spend yes
terday In the city. , .
Dr. W. S. Hutchinson, of Seotua,
r.nent. a few hours In the city yester
day on business.
C. P. Chnmhlee, of the Roberts sec
tion, was in the city yesterday.
T. L. Campbell and J. C. Bolt, of
Oreen Pop?1, spent a few hours In tbe
W. K. Coleman. of Chester, is
Boendlng a few days in the city with
Jame? Prince, of Salisbury, N. C..
spent Sunday in Anderson. Mrs.
Prince han been here tor several days,
the guest of Mrs. H. Mid Prince.
' Mr. and Mr*. W. P. Pearson and
cb'ldren. of Greenville, aro spending
flt few days In Anderdon with friends.
L. R. Whitlow, ot Greenwood, has
been snendlng a few days in the city
J. H. and R. A. Opp. of WHliamston.
were . in Anderson yesterday for a
J. M. Moseley, a well known An
derson farmer, waa In^the city yes
Jule Duckworth, of Anderson, R. F.
D" waa In the city yesterday on bus
; Edgar Sullivan spent a few honra in
Willlamston Sunday with friends.
< W. A. Mahattcy, of Cheddar, waa
among the visitors to spend yester.
day ip Anderson.
. i -r-1 <?. . i ? .
? Garrison Cox. of Honea Path, spent
yesterday in the city.
?W.vfl. ftfauidlh and J. M. Long, qt
Briahy Creek, Were in the etty yes
i J. T. Donald, of Starr, waa among
the visitors to spend yea toi day. in tho
city. , . : - . .
Wesley Rogers and Walker Flem
ing, of Brushy Creek, were in Ander
" : ; s
[ i Mrs.. J. .-JJ. , Pettigrew, of Moseley,
Waa shopping in.the city yesterday.
U T. C. Martin, a .progressive .planter
of this county, was,in ihe illy yes
;T. D. Watkins, of tho Lebanon sec
tion, was In the city yesterday on'
;Aaa Hall, ot Abbeville county,
ln: Anderson yesterday for:: ?.
?Mrs. W. H.? Keelo ?nd Miss ?atti
Keese .'are . ink Banwell, Go.. Cherie
they, are the guests of Dr. and Mrs.
. Miss Eliza Templeton bas gone to
Ninety-Six for- a short visit to rela
Hov. George A. Martin, of Colleton
couuty, once pastor of u Baptist
church In this county, is visiting
friends and relatives in Anderson.
C. Foster, of tl?? Brushy Creek
section, was in Anderson yesterday
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Felkel, H. E.
Felkel and Frank Burriss and family
will leave today for Elloree, which is
Mr. Felkel's old home. They will be
away from the city for' the next Ton
R. FA Keaton, of the Flat Bock sec
tion, Hpent yesterday in thc city on
R. H. Bruazealo, of Whitefield,
spent part of yesterday in thc city.
Ed Williford, ol Savannah, Ga., has
been visiting the family of J. C. Hol
Mr. and Mrs. James B. Prince spent
Sunday in Anderson with Mr. and
Mrs. H. M. Prince, on Orr street.
Mrs. Prince.will remain in Anderson
for several days.
Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Dowling an>
daughter will leave today for their
farm, just above Portman Shoals, and
will spend 10 days there.
Mrs. Daisy Wilton lins returned
from Rock Hill, where she has been
attending the Summer school at Win
Miss Allie David Lewin, of Merid
ian, Miss., is visiting Mrs. C. R. Shu
iord at Mrs. O. B Van Wyck's,, Miss
Lewin is prominent in educational
work in Mississippi and has just re
turned from Montrent N. C.
Nish, Servia, via London, August
10.-The American consul here has
taken over German interests the Ger
man minister having departed.
Austria Complains That Hall Sent by
English Liners lg Delayed.
(By Associated Press.)
Washington, August 10.-The Aus
trian government bas called atten
tion ot the United States to inconven
ience, loss and trouble caused by in
terruption of mall between the United
States and Germany and Austria, giv
ing warning that mail for Austria and
Hungary given to English linera will
be held in England. Secretary Bryan
forwarded the Austrian ambassador's
suggestions to Postmaster General
Burleson, who sent this r,eply :
"I have taken every measure to see
that mail originating in the United
States fdr all countries be dispatched
hy the steamship line which will most
expeditiously deliver the mail at its
destination. There was no foreign
mail' originating in this country left
on hand In New York this afternoon.
It had all been die-patched."
The postmaster general explained
that ail mail for Austria-Hungary ad
dressed via Rotterdam had been or
dered sent by Dutch liners, unless it
could be more expeditiously handled
by other routes. ' No German or Aus
tria-Hungarian mail has been sent by
Stocks and Bonds
New York,- August 10?-Develop
ments In the financial world today
were more cheerful.. The fortnightly
reports of idle freight cara revealed
a decrease of nearly-30.000, bringing
the total to the smallest since April
1. The United States Steel corpora
tion's monthly report bf unfilled ton?
nage showed an Increase of 125,732
tons, the amount of business on hand
at the-first of the month being the lar
gest-for five months.
Steady progress waa made toward
clearing up the. tangle among stock
exchange houses and customers caus
ed by thee losing of the market and
the violent ? slump which preceded it.
Unofficial prices of-stocks quoted to
day were similar to tho^e heard last
week.- In most instances^ approximat
ing tho figur?s which prevailed at the
time businetea was Suspended.
In the money market there was no
importent change. Banks as a role
confined their operations to the satis
faction ot mercantil* demands. No
money was offered On cali in the open
market and the demand'for accommo
dation of this description was report
ed light. Bontfment improved * over
the week-end in the open .mUrkot for
mercantile discounts and paper, was
purchased moir? freely.
lr. ? ? 1
Chicago; August 16.-Although war
fever today sent the. wheel; market
higher than has been.known since the
crisis begun, the trade was .qhort' pt
what would be a normal aggregate
and.lt did. cot take "much, selling to
pring a reaction from top prices. Tho
tel?se wei unsettled at ? to !hl-lf abtfve
Saturday night's l?v?fcK Corn 'finished
at a net decline ot 7-8 to 2 5-8 i-~?ita"J
"off-1-4 toal<-2 and provisions irregular,
ranging from 90 cents loss to a rise of ,
117 1-2. .... ..' '. -;;
New York, AugustlO.-Cotton
goods marketa were * steadier today.
Yaw-Were .quiet. Raw tsllk foe spot
delivery waft higher, aild Jot contract
delivery lower. Dress gooda ?*r*te
bought . freely. ? Many-'.selling'-, agents
for mills havo withdrawn feslesmi
and will sell late delivery guods only
Upon the understanding that all or
ders are subject to confirmation .by
.triff/^y -v ?
2 The Whitefield Sunday school will
picol? at the WlHamStbn spring park
on Weneitfeyj/August 12,
Photos by American Presa Association.
They Figure In the Battles In the Air
At top Ia shown u Fronrh armored aeroplano. In thc lower picture ts s
unique gun used by thc Germans to destroy aeroplanes. It ls mounted on a
truck, and lt ls claimed that lt can bu timed and aimed accurately enough
to destroy the swiftest dying aircraft.
A Bulwark Against
Washington, August IO-The fed
eral reserve board entrusted with
control of the great banking system
oreated by yhe new currency law, act.
'/ ually came into existence today when
the five members appointed by Presi
dent Wilson took the oath of office at
fthe treasury department. Plans for
aaking over the system set up by the
^organization committee and opening
\the reserve banks for business within
the uext fe\7 weeks, already are un
der way, though tba first formal meet
ing of the board Will not be held un
i Charles S. Hamlin, governor: F. A.
Delano, vice governor; -JPaul M. War
burg, W. P. G. Harding and Adolph
C. Miller, with Secretary McAdoo and
John Skelton Williams, - comptroller
j of the currencv as ex-officlo.members,
((compose the board. 'The'--"members
were sworn In and handed their com
I missions without great fora-allty. Ssc
Uretary McAdoo rr adc abrief address,
j to which Governor. Hamlin replied.
The importance of the federal re
serve board is not yet fully realized."
Mr. McAdoo said, "lt ls our duly
to make lt understood und to get
these banks Into effective operation
at the earliest possible moment.
"I feel mat by co-operative effort
wc are going to be able to make this
system, in a short lime, a bulwark
against financial disasters, the basis
for commercial development at home
and for the expansion of our com
"Tho banks certainly can be organ
ized by the flrBt of October and soon
er, and that ls a comforting thought,
considering the difficult*' and the
work that is to ho done."
The complete-list of class "A" and
clasB "B" directors elected -by' the
members, of the twelve regional re
serve banks was made public. Tho
class "C" directors, whose selection
will complete the bank boards and
make immediate organization possible
probably: will bc named hy- the re
serve board at the first formal meet
Photo by American Prsaa association.
German kaiser Talking Oyer War
< Hero aro obown tho Gfcrmat?^eDJperor (On the loft) discussing pions for war
,wlth twe of lils trusted-tPtar/nd'mir?l?. -Hear Admiral vonTlrplts is shown tn
the center and Rear Admiral von BToltzcndorff on tbo right
t] ?*?&**?t?* Thc market closed weak. Spot 650a
14VerpOOI MinOO GC0; Auf.ust G50a651; September 648a
Liverpool, August lO.^TAaro wore 650;. October 646a?48; November.640a
1.300 balee of American spot .cotton 644; January 649*649; February ??fl
sold hero today. ,The price. .Was un-lBgg2; March 660*657. Total sales 12,
ohnnged on the basis of O.BOd for OOO. '
Am?Hcan middling 29. . --.
MONEY ON CALL. ; .. .;V ......
^$feM^-tV?u8t *<> ^Mercantile To1 Get Rfd of Reo Ante.
V^mtNiini-" Red ants can make a-house almost^
? ? - -^.H?*.^ , uninhabitable. - Oh?ncan ..get .rid ot.
) w COTTON Sr.LB'OIL them, however, If ott* knows how, ?Ttyfc
i -rr-;-r ? flrs't. thing to do la to find tho placo
New'York,; August lO.-^Hpotton seed they come from-^L-e.. where. thair
Oil W hlgber^bn .eov?rin^aodVthe nest is. It it be In anaccoaalblft^i?L
strength nt-181? but sWjjr broke R mtlo 4eroflone wlu quickly ?toiLth?
sharp y MEder^CMUre ,-fft?jh refining -^u^ 0n the otn*r ht.iA T.
lng Interests/- Final .prices'-.were gen- T ?T,;J^ZiJjO?.
orally 2 to 18Points, nfyfcwer than ^t.b^.la-the;wall?r-und?r^*^
the previous closb on JW* 31. fl?a the nearest accessible itffyt, and
&o (meets off a* $?y f$g#?r,
35 th ANNUAL
Richmond and Norfolk, Va.
And Principal Carolin and
PREMIER CARRIER OF THE SOUTH
Wednesday, Aug. 12, 1914
Richmond, Va. Norfolk, Va.
-Travel through His
Final limit of Tickets returning August 30, 1914
The following extremely low round-trip Fares
will apply :
From To Washington D. C.
Abbeville .... $12.50
Visit the national capitol
torie Virginia; See the famous Battlefields.
In order to accomodate the people of;, Anderson
territory Special Pullman Sleeper will be provid
ed and operated from Andercjn to Washington
leaving Anderson at 2.2") p. rr. > and connecting
at Greenville with first section No. 38. .
Proportionately low round trip rates to many,
other summer resorts.
Tickets will be good on all regular trains both go
ing and returning.
For complete information, tickets, Pullman res
vation, etc., call on ticket agents, or
J. R. ANDERSON, Supt. W. R. TABER, T. P. A.
Anderson, S. C. Greenville, S. C.
W. E. McGEE, A. G. P. A
Columbia, S. C.
CONDENSED PASSENGER SCHEDULES.
Piedmont and Northern Railway Company*
(EFFECTIVE MAY 24ih,1814T ANDERSON, &
7:35 a*, m.
9:35 a. in.
No. 30 6:30.a. nv
No. 32 8:25 a. m.
No. 34 11:30 a. m.
No. 36 12:20 p. m.
' No. 38 ' 2:15 p. m.
No. 40 3:35 p. m.
No. 42 4:50 p. m.
No. 44 5:50 p. nm
No.* 45 0:4 Sip. m.
. C. V. PALMER?- .
General Passenger Agent
t Helton Journal.
Miss Josie Campbell spent last woek
with Mr. Albert McMahan and family-.
Mrs. W. A. King spent last ,week
with her purents, Mr. and Mrs. ^trick
j MIHBUS Lola and Annie Kayes spent
.Tuesday with Misses KthoV and Evie
Friday night with Misse*4 Ethel and
G. T. McMahan gave/ nt his home
spring Friday. July 24^ a community
picnic. A fine dinner- was had with
plenty of free lemonade. The people
of the community were present as
""G. T. McMahan and family; Mr. and
M m. Nv J. Ha>ea and family; Mr. antf
Mrs. W. S: Braflfey and family; Mr.
and Mrs. Brow? Wardlaw and family;
Mr. and Mrs. Ar- P- McMahan and fam
|Uy; Mrs. Mary Smith and family; Mrs*
?Luther Campbell and fnnilly; Mr. and
?Mrs. Harrlsxfi Geer and family; Mr.
and. Mrs. Joe Wardlaw and family;
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Campbell and fam
ily;' Mr. ?nd Mrs. R. A. Keys and fam
ily; Mri and Mrs. J. A. Keys and fam
ily; Mr>.and Mrs- A. P. Keys and. fam
ily; tyr. and Mrs. N H. McKee and
family; Mr. and Mrs. Bob Erskine and
family; Mra. Joe Shaw and family.
Misses Sadie and Amanda Shirley;
Messrs. Joe. Cliff and Bert Sb'-' v
Aaron and Miss Ines Crr< f ; -?>jn
fefartin, dim Cordal. - .-?? rfaylors,
42iss Alma and Ross Shirley Luther
$Lay, Luther Kay. M lo ses Vera, Viv
ian and Marie Cox, Messrs. Ernest'and
! Fred Cox, Grover Holltday, Walter
HUCB, Misses Selma and Grace Camp
bell, Vance Mattlson, Calvin Gambrcll,
Miss Lucile Rogers, Claud Willing
ham, Bennie McMahan, making a total
number of 120 prissent. All reported
a fine tune.
(H FIH ?AH TS EWS.
Tho W. O. W. of Anderson camp un
veiled the monument of Hr. Frank
Tolltson at Cheddar on last Sunday af
ternoon. An unusually large crowd
from Anderson abd WUlamston at
tended tho services... ., ,n
Mr. 1er Johnson of. Georgia has,
been In Cheddar visiting relatives for
the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. H. MahalTey and
daughter. Misses Olive and Marjorie,
spent this week-end. hero. '. -. ?? J . .
? Messrs. Arthur Meares, Carl Rage
d*le and Hampton Barclay, of Polzer,
were visiting in Cheddar tin nd ay.
Miss Dora Hunt, of Trlou, Ga., spent
a part of last week in Cheddar,.........
Quito a number of our farmers wore
in Belton last Saturday to hear Mr. R.
-A. Cooper speak. :. '
Miss Mae Tolllson, of White Plaina, .
and. her guest,' Miss Sara Wright, of .
Benncttsville, S. C..attended'services
at Cedar Grove Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Joo Ashley of Ander
son; accompanied by Mr. ..apd Mrs.
Redmond Henderson, or Honca Path,
were In Cheddar a few boura la?t Sun- .'
day. ? ' ?' .
Miss Kate Copeland left. Jagt.,weak
for a week's ' visit lu Walbo Ha ind
Seneca. .... ;. ,1><.. ;. . -, "/....', i,.,,, .
Mrs. Sanford Cooley and.-little son,
?red, spent, .the ?f^ta^&tth/ reh?.
tlves in. Green ville county. ,
Vir. \v ai a ton Smith; And orson .coun
ty's auditor, and M*. ^rnest W?oduon
were-among the Woodmen from An
derson who took part iq the unveiling
on last Sunday. : ... . '.'-fi
dressed tho members of tho Corn club
in the school auditorium on Thursday.
Tho hall storms and drouths havr?
been very, discouraging^ t^ year;iaV
pur-.*pooplo aro,:%g|3? .eager to -learn ?%
moro ot soil Improvement and right *
methods of the cultivation ot their