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Biz Times $100.
All advertisement over twenty-flv
word. Ratea on 1,000 words to
No advertisement taken for less
If your name appears in the tate
your want ad to 321 and a bill will
FOR HALE-Onion sets and all va
rieties of Onion seed. The seed are
cheaper than sets and September is
tho best month for either sets or
seed plantings. Furmun Smith,
Seedsmen. Phone 464.
FOR SALE-180 aerea 2 miles cast of
Iva, S. C. 6 room dwelling, barn,
tenant houseea Well timberoo, amt
watered. A bargain to a quick
buyer. Address O. W. Belcher,
Iva, S. C.
COB SALE-250 farms So. Go., West
Green and Denton, Ga., $10.50 round
trip, if you are interested write
or see me nt once. C. E. Key, County
Clerk's Office, Anderson, S. C. tf |
FOB SALE-Pulleys and shafting and
counter shafts, displaced by indi
vidual motors. Apply T. K. Roper,
Mgr., Anderson InteUigencer Job
FOB SALE -One Iron Jacket Water
Heater. John T. Burrlss & Sou. 9
WANTED-Teacher* with certificates
wanted immediately for following
postula la graded or rural
schools: S at $60; 6 at $50; 8 nt
$45; ll at $40; 7 at $35. Direct from
school offliclals. Special enrollment.
Act quickly. W. H. Jones, Mgr.,
Columbia, S. C.
WANTED- Ton to try the cooking
at The Luncheonette, next door to
New Bridge. Short Orders Quickly
WANTElT-The public to know that
we have Just received a large ship
ment of box tiles, and can supply
your wanta In thia Une. Anderson
InteUigencer, Job De partment. tf
WANTED-You to know that we make
the best Evaporators. Either Cop
per or Galvanized Steel, Metal
Shingles, Tin Rooting. Guttering,
Smoke Stacks, Gin Suction Pipe,
otc. DJ.wer Roofing Co. The Shop,
with a Reputation.
WANTED-Clean white rags. Will
pay 5c pound. Intelligencer Job
T0?NG MAN with c?oric*! shEtty ead
store experience desires permanent
or tempor?r/ position. Box 3, care
The Intelligencer. 9-9-ltp
FARMS FOB LEASE
We have the following good farms
for lease 3 to 5 years as whole or in
300 acres at Modoe, C. & W. C. R, R.
650 acres at Clarks Hill, C. ft W. C.
AU having good Savannah River
bottoms. Augusta Real Estate Co.,
-7~ '~-"-~[ ? ? "'1 -
DsUnqnent Road Tax Notice.
AU delinquent road tax eoUsctora
?re provided with an officiai receipt
book with numbers, and stub numbers
attached, Pay no money to collectors
unless you get tho official receipt
as above provided for.
J MACK KINO,
tf county Supervisor.
Tim next reacher 3' examination
will be boll n' tho court house on
Friday, Octcht ? Sj beginning at 9 a.
.T. IV FELTON.
C. . MUJU. education.
BOILERS, TANKa STACKS.
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qaestmsl AtutSght thea deal
cam give yea that finish ea
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naifs |#? aa,
DR. M. II CAMPBELL
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e word! prorata for each additional
l>e uaed in a month made on appli*
than 25 cent?, caah in advance.
phone directory you can telephone
be malled after Ita insertion for
* SAYRE ? BALDWIN "
* - ARCHITECTS .
* Bieekley H id ir. Anderson, H. C. ?
* Citizens National Hank Bldg. *
* Raliegh, N. C. .
... CASEY & PANT
[ Anderson, S. C.
* Drown Office Building
: " Second Floor. Phone 26?
. T. Prank Watkins Sam! L.
* WATKINS A PBINCB 1
* _ i
' Attorneys and Connsellor-atLsrw *
* 1st Floor Bleckley Bldg, '
* Anderson, S. C. *
. DB. Ii. H. SNIDES .
VETERINARY SURGEON .
. Fntvr?'J Ce. Stable .
*? Phono 51. Anderson, 8. C. .
*Dr. J. C. MITCHELL*
* Veterinary Surgeon *
* Davit Bros. Stable *
o SIS-rhones-?3? *
* Anderson, So. Car *
, Pursuant to the rules ot the demo,
eratic primary of the state of South
Carolina, the county executive com
mittee met at the court house at An
derson, S. C., and canvassed rho re
turns of the managers of the' second
primary leectlon held September 8th.
The following named candidates
having received a majority of the
votes cast for the respective offices
aro declared tho nomlneab of tue
For Commissioner Section 1.
J. Lawrence McGee declared the
Vor Commissioner Section 2.
John R. Culberson declared the
For Commission Section 3.
W. A. Spearman declared the nomi
Fer ComaalHsiner Section 4?
R. Dick Smith declared the nominee.
Fer Boase of Representatives.
Rufus Fant, Jr.
J. H. Hutchison.
Sam M. Wolfe, declared the nomi,
J. Mack King, declared tho nominee.
For County Trsusarer.
G. N. C. Boleman declared the nomi
S DEAN PBARMAN.
LEON L. RICE, County Chairman.
WILL BLOCK NORTH SEA
English Fleet May Cot Off Germany's
Ftod Supply by So De lag.
iuy Associated Press.)
landon, Sept. IO.--Thara is general
diixussion in London of the possibility
that England may cloae tho North nco.
blockading it completely If the trou
ble with floating minea continues
The government's position ls thc'
the shipping of "neutral nations ts en
dangered by German mines, Englanu
repeatedly has stated that she will not
resort to the uso of minos. After the
mine sweepers free the North sea of
tho obstructions, however, naval stra
legists advise the exclusion of vessels
which might plant moro mines.
Such action would limit the cont
maree of Holland. Denmark, Norway
and Sweden, cutting off German's
source of food supply.
British officials say. there Is abund
ant evidence that mit* layer? nave
operated und*r neutral flags.
FINAL SESSION FOR NEXT
TO PAY MANAGERS
Executive Committee Yesterday
ecided On Pay for Election
Managers and For Secretary
Tho Anderson county Democratic
Executive committee held it? Anal
session yesterday afternoon ami ?it
t o'clock took an adjournment. The
work of thin comm tte is completed
rod m. less there should bo a death or
resignation uf some county officer, the
irommlliee will havo no moro duties
to iierform until !;>!<:.
The committee rael yesterday morn
ing in the office or the superintendent
>( education at Ute court bouse to
'lear lie' ielnrri'; .rpm th? various
Hones und to declare the official re
Lu'*i3, which was i|uito a lask within
t?..?. When tili:: work was complet
pd it wa.s found that all candidates
were satisfied except one candidate in
ho race for tho general tjtasombly.
noonie i.il returns indicated that
?T. W. Sci lt hail defeated Sam w.
Wolfe for a seit in the lower house,
jut when tho </! i< ?al returns were lul
led up ye tcrday morning it was
ound that Mr. Wolfe had n lead of C
rotea Over Mr. Scott. When that fact
van ascertained Mr. Scott asked for
i recount of thc votes and thus bopan
i bani day'.? work. Tho committee
vor ked until "? (/clock yesterday af
ornoon at which time tho recount
vas finished and it nus found that Mr.
Adolfo was elected hy ?tl votes. Mr.
4oott thanked tho committee for its
noora and Bald ?hut ho had no fur
ber protest to make.
Tho executive committee then went
nto session to consider finances. It
\as found that tho comm i lt o had on
land about $940 und deducting the
.ost of printing, cection tickets, and
tow* paper advertisements, it was
ou;jd that there waa a remainder of
ilwiut $640. It wns therefore moved
md carried that the thc managers
if election ho allowed $C for each
lox, to bo divided equally.
The next question taken up wa3 that
if paying Leon L. Rice, the county
ccretary. nnd the Committee voted
hat this offlcor be payed tho sunupf
.150 for his services. The chairnfth,
1. Dean Pearman, declined to accept
When the question of pay for the
xocutlvo committee came up, lt was
lecided to pay only those memberr,
n attendance and assisting with the
ccount, both In tho first primary and
.nd in tho second primary. It was
Lecided to pay these members the
um of SI per day nnd 10 cents per
nile each way for their travel.
When this business was concluded
t was found that the committee had
ischarged all its duties and the chair
man declared the session adjourned.
:XPRE3S SERVICE IS
TO STAB] J SUNDAY
VITH ADDITIONAL EQUIP
MENT ON P. &N.
Jnique Idea Will Be Followed In
Equipment of New Parlor Cars
Cu the Interurban
WhileKo Anderson yesterday, Gcnor
1 Passenger Agent . Palmer of tho
'iedmont & .Northern Lines made a
umber ot interesting announcements
oncernlng the now parlor cor servie
rhich bis road Is to inaugurate. Only
lie limited trains of thc Interurban
rill carry these parlor cars but ac
ording to. The announcement ot Mr.
'aimer, each of these express trains
rill be as handsomely eputpped as any
I the fast trains of other railroads.
Ie announced that the new service
rould bo Inaugurated next Sunday,
rovided nothing lnterfores and he
aid that he could so no reason why
ny thing should prevent the cars mati
ng their first runs on that date.
The train leaving Spcrtanburg ai
.-48 A. M. will be known as the Spar
enburg-Anderson Limited and will ar
ive Sn Anderson'at 11:35. Returning
hts train will leave Anderson at 4:45
nd wi!? reach Spartanburs at 7: SC Sn
imo to make connection with the Son
dern Railroad train for Columbia,
'ra:-;: No. li will leave S partan burg
ir Greenwood nt 1:55 P. M., and will
each G renwood ul 5:15 tn time to con
ect with the Seaboard train for New
'ork. Train" No. 8 will leave.Oroen
rood at 10:00 A; M., connecting with
rains fer A;hoT??'r. sr?u Columbia.
Mr. Palmor says that the new par
>r cars. Instead of having numbered
balm aa on other trains, has a name
f rome town along the route for every
hair. Thus a seat will be named An
orson. onothor Greenville, another
'". nnd so on. and by the
chair a bracket has been
i C!h receptacle the Chamb er
i v un:.-. o in the vartoua towns will
c allowed to place literature descrip
Ive cf their city and its advantages,
'his will be very attractive, especially
>r tho traveler making his or her
rat visit to one of the towns along
Tho now passenger agent expressed
imself as being well pleased with
ie volume ot business now being
a- Med hy his road and saya that lt
i increasing every week at a very
ONLY , ll MEN HAVE BEEN
Five Fleas of Guilty Entered Yes
terday in Criminal Court and
One Murder Case Tried
Yesterday was a busy day for the
court of general session;-:. The ?rand
Jury wound up ita bi! tim ss ard made
its present, five pleas of guilty
were heard and the -: I. ::<!:.ntj sen.
fenced, one murder cr..-;?' was tried and
the court took up thc trial of Claude
i'oore. charged with th" murder of
When court convened yesterday
morning the trial -'' Will Belcher,
charged with killing a neuro named
Kobuck at n "hot supper" was the
first thing taken up. This case was
started Wednesday afternoon and SM
be evidence was completed before ad
journment Wcdnes?iy. yesterday the
arguments tn th?3 case were delivered
and shortly after the noon recess the
case went to the jury.
Thc task of drawing a jury for thu
trial of Claude Poore was then begun.
Each juror was sworn on his voir dire
and there wore numerous objections.
This finally resulted in the panel be
in? exhausted when only ll men had
l>;-?n chosen and as the Belcher jury
".as still out at ? o'clock the judge
declared that if thc Belcher jury could
not reach a verdict he would declare
a recess. The jury In tho Beluher case
was called into the court room and
the foreman asked If lhere was any
Immedintc prospects of a verdict be
ing reached, to which he replied that
there was not. Judge Memmlnger
then advised the jurors of the facts
in the case and the law on the sub
ject and the Jury then returned to
its room. The court then took a re
The following are the ll men al
ready chosen on the jury to try Poore:
John A. McCill, H. B. Ulackwell. Ben
Hogers, A. C. Keys, Eugene T. An
derson, J. L. Lafoy, J. L. Warnock, J.
A. Cochran, T O Wright. W. M. Webb '
and B. F. Johnson.
Thia case is, one of the most in
teresting to be tried at the present
term of the court of general sessions.
While on duty as a policeman in Wi)
liamston, it ia alleged that Claude
Poore had an altercation with Joe
Kelly, an ex-policeman and that Poore
shot Kelly to death. It is alleged that
Kelly had no weapon and that both
his bauds were above bis head when
he was killed.
During yesterday's session of the
court the following pleas of guilty
were entered and sentences passed:
George Thompson, house breaking
uni larceny, entered a pica o* guilty
and was sentenced to one year on the
t?ugeno Martin entered a plea ot
guilty to the charge of housebreaking
and larceny and was sentenced to one
year cn tho chaingang.
Will Kendall, charged with the lar
ceny of a bicycle, entered a plea of
guilty and was sentenced to one
year on the chaingang and to pay a
fine ot $1.00.
Floyd Qambrell entered a plea of
guilty to the charge of house breaking
and larceny and was sentenced to
serve for one year on the chaingang.
Owen Williams entered a plea of
guilty to the charge of larceny from
ue house and receiving stolen goode
and was sentenced to serve six months
ou the chaingang.
J. A. Brock, who was tried Wednes
day ana. convicted of assault and bat
tery of a high and aggravated sature
.nd of carrying concealed weapons,
was sentenced yesterday. On the
ilrst charge-be waa sentenced, tc
serve two months on the chaingang
and on the second lie waa sentenced
to serve 30 days or to pay a fine of
$100. The second sentence to begin
immediately upon the expiration of
The following is the general pres
entment of the grana jury:
To Hon. lt. W. Meraiuinger, presiding
Judge, Anderson, S. C.:
Wc havo passed on the bills and in
dictment^, which huve been handed us
at thia term.
We wish to call the magistrate's at
tention to tho law requiring then- to
send In warrants to the clerk of court
....om pt ly after making up the case In
ardor that th* solicitor, may have the
Indictments ready for the grund jury
by the first day of court.
We have instructed cur . cid and
brdtsc committee to ti?>re ?tep-? to eee
If any relief can be had by reason ot
tba dim at Portman Shoais stopping
operations for five boura dally, half
the year, of the ferries between this
county and Hart county, Georgia.
in conclusion wc desire to express
our thanks to your honor and to the
??Ik?Uif as? ?o other court ofriciaia
tor the courtesies shown ns during
J. B. I lout hit, Foreman.
At Kennet FuMSt Park on Sunday lSth
Dr. E. M. Potent, president of Fur.
nan University. Greenville, S. C. will
preach at Snnaet Forest Park on Sun
lay next 13th at 5 o'clock p. m. Sub
lect "Religion for Farmers." Tho pub
ic generally, and the farmers and
their famine? specially are ali in
dited to thia service. Mr. ami Mrs. J.
I Fretweli. 11-13-1?
FOLEY KIDNEY PILKS
FOR SAGjtACHC KIOMKYS ABB eiAUOfc*
LARGE NUMBER IN PARTY
FOR. BELTON FAIR
Live Wires Working In Anderson
Yesterday For About One Hour
nnd Then Continued Journey
Tln> Bollon "boosters," numbering
Shout 125 people and traveling lu 30
automobiles struck Anderson yeste;
day morning nt 9:15 o'clock and spent
alnioat an hour here. They arrived
in machines gally decked with adver
tising matter relative to the approach
ing lair and were given a very hearty
v?lenme by tho people of Anderson.
Tho purpose of this expedition was
to udvi'rthu? the Helton Fair, which ls
to bo beld on October 21 and to Im
press tho people of surrounding town F
omi communities that thc fair will
be an ovent of considerable impor
The booster party was accompan
ied by a splendid brass hand, con
sisting of 18 pi?ces, headed hy Director
Taylor this hand renuered several en
joyable selections ou the public
situare while the party was in Ander
. Secretary Whaley of the Chamber
of commerce met tho party on the
square and made them feel at home
and tried to eic everything possible
to mako thom enjoy their Bhort stay
in this city. In tho party were about
!."> ladles and some of the most promi
nent business men ot Helton. Rosa
Mitchell, mayor of the hustling slstor
city, headed tho procession.
The party loft Anderson about ?:30
o'clock headed for Clemson Collo ?o.
They went from this city by way of
Sonny Springs and Pendleton and
when they arrive at.Clemson a pic
nic dinner was spread, in which all
From Clemson Colleog the party
went to Starr, by way of Dobbins
Eridge and Roberts church and then
to Iva. From Iva the porty made a
start for home, roaching Belton about
7 o'clock. They wore all tired out by
tho day's hard trip but they believe
that they must have helped considera
bly with the fair project and all of
them felt that the day was well spent.
Tho Belton Fair is to bo an event
of no mean Importance. Many and
elaborate are tho preparations made
for tho doy and the crowd of people
in Belton on Wednesday, October'21,
will probaMy ho considerably larger
than that town lias lind thc pleasure
of entertaining in some time.
HITING SCHOOL WILL
OPEN SEPTEMBER 15
STRONG FACULTY FOR THE
Announcements Regarding Year
Say Attendance This Year Will
Be Much Larger Than Bcfora
The 1914 6or3ion of the Fraser Fit
ting School bids fair to bc the most
successful that this splendid school
fdr boys hos over enjoyed Announce
ment has boen nude that tho school
will open bji September 17 and it br
:aid that the attendance will proba
bl y bo materially increased as more
students have already mado applica
tion for admission to tho school than
.vere numbered on the rolls last. year.
Tho Frazer school enjoya a reputa
tion of which it is justly proud. Thc
graduates of tho Fraser>school have
gone to some of thc most exacting
Institutions- in the country and almost
without exception thoy have taken n
high stand at these? institutions and
reflected credit upon the Anderson
The faculty for thc year 1914 will
be stronger than it baa over been and
wi|I rank well up with any education
si Institution of tho kind in the state.
Tho faculty 1B composed of Dr. W. ii.
Vtater, B. M Tarka. S. O ' Hcrdo?: A
Fx Banks ?nd U tn. Cecil, al! of whom
arc experienced cducatorc and whe
i ave, given much time, c??.re and pr? J
p-.irat?onn ta fittins .hcro?e!vc3 Tc', ]
, The opening exot-olses to he heh!
m Tuesday, Soptember 1">, will bc
/ery interesting and an? invitation has
been extended the'public to 1M? in at
tendance and witness the opening of
:ho 1914 session.
Brit lah Sweep Sean*
London, Sept. 10.-The official in
formation bureau issued the follow
/'Yesterday and today strong and
numerous squadrons and. aotiilaa
fiAve made a complete aweey or tho
Morth sen up to and into flelgoitn
Sight Tho German fleet made no at
tempt to interfere with i>ur move
ments and no German /hip of any
<iot\ warreen ?^gS^y-it,
Advertising w a Good
Medium Pays iianisomely.
Listen for the
Monday, September 14th
GET YOUR SLIPS, THEN GET YOUR
Fant's Book Store]
ANDERSON, S. C.
New [Department Store
> .-i t-.i
You are invited. All your
friends are invited to
come with you
We Have Much to Show You
Dress Goods .
To Be Sold at Prices Wei; Worth Your While
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Remember the Day -Saturday
(MINOR'S OLD STAND)
LOOK FOR A WHITE FRONT
Grandma's Telephone Visits
GkANDMA SMITH is a sprightly old
lady who likes to keep in touch with
things. In the next town live? another
dear old lady who was Grandma's school
mate, and of whom she is very fond. It is
impossible for the two old ladies to do
much visiting, but every day they call each
other up on vtne telephone and have the
most delightful chats.
No one gets more comfort and pleasure
out of the family telephnoe than Grandma^
When you telephone- smile
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AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY