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FOB HALE-Onion, nets-White Pearl
White Bermuda, Yellow Bermuda,
Silver Skin. Ye"llow Danvers, also
complete assortment onion need.
Furmsn Smith, Seedsman, Ander,
son, 8. C.,. Phono 464.
VOR SALE-260 farms So. Ga.. Wost
Green and Deuten, Ga., $10.50 round
trip. If you are interested write
or see me st Once. C. E. Hoy, County
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FOB SALE-Pulleys and shafting and
counter shafts, displaced by lndi
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WANTED-Teachers with certificate*
wanted j immediately for following
positions in graded or rural
schools: 3 at $60; 6 at $50; 8 at
$46; ll at $40; 7 at $85. Direct from
school offliclala. Special enrollment
Act quickly. W. H. Jones, Mgr.,
Columbia, 8. C.
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WANTER-?You to know tnat we make
tho best Evaporators. Either Cop
per or Galvanized Steel, Metal
Shingles, Tin Roofing, Guttering,
Smoke Stacks, Gin Suction Pipe,
etc. Divver Roofing Co. The Shop
with a Reputation.
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FARMS FOB LEASE
We hare tho following good farms
for lease a to 5 years as whole or in
300 aeres at Mottoc, c. & W. C. R. R.
660 acres at Clark's HUI, C. St W. C.
All having good Savannah River
bottoms Augusta Real Estate Co.,
HOTEL-Some one to operate six
teen room hotel. Baths and llghtd.
Reasonable rent ' Business oppor
tunity. Apply at once to
W. O. COBB, Supt
Ware Shoals, S. C.
LOST-Two, black and white spotted
Beagle pups, one with Brown ears
and brown spot on bead, other one
black and one speckled ear. Liberal
reward If returned to Lum Roberts,
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Advice of Mother BO Doubt Pre
vents Denier's Untimtty End.
Ready. K;\-" I was not able to do
anything Ipr neujy six months," writes
Mrs. Laura Catcher, of thia place, "ano
was ddwn m bei fdr three months.
! cannot i " ycV fiow ! suffered wHh
my head, gui wftft nervousness and
ChW family doctor told my husband he
could not flo me any good, and he had
to situa it up. We tried another doctor,
" i not help me.
my mother advised me to take
he woman's tonic. I thought
> use tor I was nearly dead and
._it#eA tO ob me any good. But
! took eleven, bottles, end now 1 am able
"O dor all of raV work and mu
ul ls the best medicine fn !
n any ol the ailments
. get a bottle ot Cardul
aogerous. We know
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\ MIR. PLAN TRIED
IN ANDERSON COUNTY
MOSER'S SCHEME INTRODUC
ED IN THIS SECTION
Originally Planned to Organize
a Dairy Associate a Later, but
Plans Have Been Changed
Tho Agricultural committee of tho
chamber < ' commerce Mas Issued thc
following Etalement .regarding th*'
Moser i>la:i !?;r promoting thc dairy
ing Industry In Anderson county. Ii
was originally plumed to begin the
work of organizing a model associ
ation t'ii reining spring. but tin
?bancos rr? thal an effort v.-ill br
made lp il?> sb earlier than that dato
lt is believed that conditions are es
peclally favorable towards organizing
an association tills fall.
Tho pla;- follows:
Thc plan Vy which tho Anderson
Chamber of Commerce proposes to
festor thc ?I:.irving ?ndu?try in Ander
soun County, and which it luis named
"tho Moser Plan" reduced lo its os
(1 A method by which the farm
? ra," tbrou-jlrSeooperatlon wilh the
hankers and business nu n of their ro
ped ive towns, may purchoi lairy
mini?is silo??, rind dairying equip
ment for engaging in the dairying bus
(2) A means whereby the intend
ing dairymen and their supporters may
be assured of getting good animals
and adequate equipment for thc
(31 For such a general supervision
and expert assistance in the newly be
gun dairying operations os shall as
sure the financial support of the va
rious associations the business will be
managed with the maximum of effie
'ency and economy, to the end that the
guarantors shall incur the least prac
ticable risk and the dairymen earn
the largest profits.
The First Step.
The first step", that of instituting a
dairying Industry in n given town,
consits in- forming an organization of
Its ?business men to con.-titute/a guar
antor's association for the purposo of
giving good und sufficient security to
the banks for whatever advances of
funds may b? neoes.-ary to finance the
undortnking. The farmers who wish
to engage in dairying make application
to the guarantors' association, which
through Its^ members being personally
acquainted with the character and re
spoBlblllty of the applicant may
choose good men and thus keep tho
olemost of risk st a minimum. The
guarantors' association may properly
have one of the local bankers and the
commercial secretary as Us officers,
to provide that its activities mav be
given the greatest practicable safety
and service. After tho guarantors'
association has chosen such applicants
as con be depended on to care well
for their cattle and conduct thoir op
erations alnng'tho lines known to give
the best results, they sign as security
upon the farmers' notes, bearing, say
S per cont Interest upon which thc
banks advance tho money. The farm
ers furnish the guarantors with addit
ional security, if circumstances re
quire it. The notes may provide that
thc dairy checks be paid through the
banks and that S3 per cow per month
bo charged off, or other arrangements
fair and suitable for all parties at in
terest be carried out, until the notes
am paid and the responsibility of the
guarantors is extinguished. The guar
antors should have a committee char
ged with keeping in touch with the
business end of the undertaking from
inception to conclusion, and the farm
er should be required as a condition
of their receiving and keeping the
cattle to fulfill certain requirement
as to feeding and keeping records of
the performance of tho Individual cat
tle as a.milk and butter tat producer.
No farmers' application should be
considered who will not also agree to
put up a silo, the same to be financed
with the purchase of the cattle, since
nllesge feeding is so large a factor In
successful dairying. The requirement
must also be made that the dairymen
should use pure bred bulls for breed
ing purposes of any recognized dairy
Purchase of. Animals
After the guarantors' associations
aro formed and arrangements for fi
nancing made on suitable guarantees
from the farmers as to growing suffic
ient feed and observing the require
ment? of up-to-date dairying, thc latter
to latter to be directed through the
Anderson Chamber of Commerce wtih
the assistance of the State agent for
?he tl. S. Department of Agriculture.
Dairy Division. Clemson College, and
other available helps, tho next step
will be that of purchasing the ani
mals and equipment. Tho Chamber
of Commerce will keep In touch with
tho sources of supply ot dsiry ani
mals and eouloment. and will nnrlor.
taite to assist the buyers to the end
thst they will git full value for their
Thc plan contemplates, as has been
stated, that the guarantors should re
mire, as minimising their responsible
ty, that the intending dairymen obli
gate themselves to observe the re*
-nts of good dairying as a con
>f participating and continuing
' it iinec-/. Tb.ti fe-iiure may and
Ju., i be mada o? gr tatest valu? to
hoMarmers themselves in getting
hem Etartcd along the right lines from
the beginning. Silage feeding ls nec
essary to the largest and most econom
'cal .production of butter fat, and the
record? aa lo milk and butter fat ou
qot are necessary to eliminate the un
profitable cows. Those records are to
bo furnished to the chamber of com
e?, which will undertake to keep
'n touch with both tho guarantor and
thc dairymen and see that the right
nfonnatlon ami assistshe? are given
to make the best rcsnil ca-y to be
obtained. Thia KV.|. i vision of th?
.bamber of common . which call?
upon the dairy division ol '.lie Depaii
menl of Agriculture, i, rieniBon Ag
ricultural a-id Mee'. t'ollcgea
ind such other ?ou.eei for he'.j)
. ? may be needed, will tome an as
surance of protection ; ie-guarantor
iud ot the maximum proili . and
luickosk extinguishment ol his loans
otho dairyman. Tue 1 bamber of
commerce will assi-t in tormlng milk
Kiting associations, h..'! . <?.ciatloiui.
.nd other coot?crativ< h-lps UJ their
usefulness in Indicated, and will sug
;e^t helpful g'overhineni bulletins, ex
periiuent station bulletins, and other
literature, and will li? lp to procure
?hose instruction;. ?liding them
?hrough the guarantor;-' associations
io the dairymon. Whi n necessary the
Qhamher of commerce . ' fend a man
?0 the various comm dies Hiving
personal Instructions . ?! direct inior
matton of the most practical kind,
which will be of Incstln ul le benefit to
the beginners. The chamber of cum
norce will keep In couininnlcatioi.
with the secretary of ? tr li guarantors*
association, furnishing blank form-,
record shoots, etc, aii'; will advise
ration;; from, time to time in accord
ance with the compara ve value of the
The benefits occuring from a greatly
increased dairying "Industry, general
over Anderson county, such as must
result in times from arrying out of
this plan, could not lie overstated,
.ince such an industry lias practical
ly made over Wisconsin. Minnesota
and other states. Among these bene
ss may be given briefly the changing
of farmers gradually from bank bor
rowers into bank deposito).] and their
*iU3iness with ?be retail merchants
from a credit to a cash basis, since
I ?ley will receive money every day for
their products insteud of once a year.
The output of corn, cottonseed pro
ducts, and other crops will be market
ed in their most valuable and profita
ble form and tho fertility of the land
will be increased, instead of, as at
A benefit and a very great one, is
that the dairying industry will auto
matically bring about a great iricrease
In the production of hogs, since the
skimmed milk, one of the most valu
able by-products of .t!.'> industry, can
lie utilzed to an advantage aside from
raising calves only by being marketed
in thc form of pork. The farmer can
oroduce two hogs, fed largely from the
skimmed miik, 2or each cow he main
tains, and the pork production may
and will become a great help in work
ing off the Indebtedness due to finan
cing and In providing profits.
Estimating the productiveness of
each cow at 200 ponds of butter fat per
year, taking into consideration the
value of each calf and cost of raising
it together with the value of the'ma
nure produced per cow, each dalry
cow represents in a community, a .
commercial value of from $50 to $100.
Thus, on an estimate of a thousand
cows in a community th'efe should bo
a' return of? 460 to $100 per annum.
But the dairy industry represents .a
far more Important item than that
which, is derived from the salo of the
dairy products, namely, tho matter ol
maintaining and increasing the fertil
ity of tho land.
Better Than ('?.Hon
We are told that an acre of cotton
producing 250 pounds of lint robs the
soil of approximately $976 in nitrogen,
phosphoric acid and potash, and au ac
re of corn producing 50 bushels would
rob the soil of approximately $24. ?9
of those fertilizer ingredients, while
each dalry cow properly fed will re
turn from $25 to $.'!(? of these fertili
zer ingredients to the soil.
Tho principal advantages, however.
In keeping dalry cows on the farm ls
that the products of the soi! are not
sold directly a? such, but are sold In
the form of butter fat which takes
practically 110 fertiliser ingredients
from the soil. The result is that the
more cows kopt on the land the richer
the ' land will become, the more feed
stuff may be grown per acre and In re
turn, more cows kept which produce
more fertiliser. etc., r< ?lilting in a
continuous process of soil building. It
requires no enthusiast to understand
that such a process will enhance the
value of tho land and build up the
community along the most substantial
lines. The, value of barnyard manure
dees not only show itself Ift the pos*
session of nitrogen. < phosphoric.acid
and potash, but its pUvantage? are aK
so Important in that lt increases tho
water-holding capacity of the soil and
its porosity, that is. its air hoidh;.: ca
pacity. No ono will question the ben
efit derived, especially in a great por
tion of our state where moisture li very
essential, in the use of manure for the
purpose ot increasing its water-hold
Users say it ls the ideal, perfect
laxative drink. M. J. Perkins. Green
Bay, Wis., says " I have used pilla,
oils, salta, etc.. but were all disagree
able and unsatisfactory. In Citrcfax
I have found the Ideal laxative drink.'
Por sick headache, sour stomach, laxy
liver, congested bowels-It ls the per
fect laxative and gives a" thorough
flush. Sensitive, delicate noonie. In
valido and children find lt easy to
take and pleasant In action. Resulte
thoroughly satisfactory. Evana*
It? Steadily Spreading ia South Caro?
Una It ls Reported.
Columbl?, Sept 1."?.-- The buy-a-bale
movement continues to progr?s* ii'
South Carolina. The merchants, busi
ness men ar? doing everything poasl
Die to help the farmers of thhs sect lor
During the past week more than $2.
000 was turned loose tn the Columbi;
aiarVet to help noivdy farmers.
All eitle? and towns in the state are
being urged to Join in the movement
The banker.'? it ls said will carry thf
farmers to the very limit which will
greatly relieve the situation.
THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS
THE TEACHERS EXPECT A
Interesting Exercises Were Heh'
Yesterday and Today School
Work Is On In Earnest
The formal" opening of tho Ander
ron public -schools took place yester
day morning and from now on there
will be real work and plenty of it
for every boy and girl in Anderson
attending any ono of the institutions.
All told there arc six schools for
white children in the city of Anderson
and two for tho negroes and all of
these opened yesterday morning
promptly at 9 o'clock. The total at
tendance at the omening hour was 2,
400. which is about 1.200 less than
the number enrolled for the session of
1913. There was practically a fnih en.
rollment at Kennedy street school, at
tho_West Market f.-troet school and at
the north Fant street reboot and E.
C. McCants. superintendent of the city
schools, said yesterday that the de
crease In nunlbcrs- was in tho mill
r.chools and among the negroes and
that this would be offset by the num
bers yet to como In at those schools.
Tn the three city sehools there was
in enrollment of 1.143 pupils.
The opening exercises proper were
held yesterday with the market street
high school, where a number of school
patrons gathered to witness the exer
c?es, hear the addresses and take
part In the affair arranged Short
talks were made bv Ff?v. Dr. W. H.
Frazer, pastor of the First Presbyter
ian church of Anderson, Rev. J. W.
Soeako. pastor of st. John's Methodist
ehurch and Rev. D. Witherspoon
Dodge, pastor of the rentrai Pref
byterlan church J. A. Rrock, chalr
rmji of the school board was in at
tendance nnd spoke to the audience,
as did Dr. I. P. Klnard. oresldcnt of
Anderdon College. J. D. Rast, and J.
M. Pagett. E. C. McCants. the" superin
tendent. tpoUe for some time and out
lined what he hop'M to do during the
approaching school session.
Rev. Dr Frazer conduced the
Scripture reading and delivered the
invocation. ' ! J
Yesterday morning no work was
done in the various schools as* tho
teachers sp-mt some time In getting
their classes arranged and studies as
signed and therefore no classes were
called. However tho session will be
mi In earnest this morning at 8:4?
o'clock and from that hour until 2
o'clock "Young Ameil 'a" will be told
of what ls what and why it is so.
The Anderson schools boast of 65
teachers this year and all of them are
*s good as may be fou^d. It 1B be
lieved that the faculty is ono of tb".
stronrOat ever brought to Anderson
and there is no evident reason why
the pchool year should net be very
IS COMING HERE
Ladies of College Association Plan
j To Bring Splendid Attraction
To the Qty
. Thc ladles of thc college association
have selected a number of excellent'
attractions for tho college course next
The. Neapolitans is a combination
of ten Italian musical artists. Their
piogrom io both instrumental and vo
cal. They appear in attractive Nea
politan costumes and sing "Just as if
they cannot help lt."
Tho Orpheans, a male quartet? is
another attractive entertainment
Elias Day says thcro are only four
drat class male quartets in tito ly
ceum world today, and that the Or
pheans is one of them.
The Alkahest Favorites is a pleas
ing combination of violinists, reader
*nd contralto. They have been se
lected by' the Alkahest bureau as their
favorites : and will- doubtless give s
most pleasing entertainment.
Russell Conwell, In Acres of Dia
monds, is too well known for any
words Ol ?commendation. This lecture
has boen given thousands of times and
has made the lecturer over a million
dollars, all of which has been con
tributed to the cause or education.
This one lecture would be worth thr
lost or the whole course.
The last entertainment Ia a com
plete play by the celebrated play
wright. Edmund Rostand the author
.ii Chantecleer. The play called The
^?mancers ls presented by the Frank
'JT.K Short player?. It ls full of hunt
er ami WK, u?w ^crr ""-y ?ncre.sa.
"ul. The company brings Its- own
"I was annoyed for over * year by
attacks of acute indigestion, followed
by constipation," writes Mrs. M. J
Gallagher, Geneva, N. Y.. "I tried
everything that was recommended to
me for this complaint hut nothing did
me mach good until shout four
-nontbs ago I saw Chamberlain's Tab
lets advertised and procured a bot.
Me ot them from our druggist. 1 soon
realised that I had gotten the right
.hing for they helped me at once
Since taking two bottles of them I can
*at heartily without any bad effects.'
3old by all dealers.
A? SOUTH CAROLINA
HAS ASKED SOME IMPERTI
WHY AS TO GRAIN?
Tells of Conditions In Hts County
and Enquires Why Anderson
Does Not Raise Mere Grain
All over the country people wonder
why tho farmers of the South uu?
more especially of the Piedmont sec
tion of South Carolina stick to tho
cottcn crop and nothing else. They
inquire more especially about the
Piedmont section because they know
that in Spartanburg, Greenville and
Anderson counties, almost any pro
duct can be raised.
E. J. Walter.-, general manager oi
the Augusta Milling Company of Mos
sy Creek, Va., has written a letter tc
Furnia? Smith, in which he tells the (
Anderson man that ho was greatly
surprised, upon a visit to Anderson,
to ilnd that the people of this section
raise so little corn, grass and cattle.
He says that this seems to him to be
an ideal section for raising hay, on
account of thc fact that there is a
local market for all that could be rais
Not long ago Mr. Smith wrote the
Virginia mau a letter in which he
a-ked a number of questions. Some
of these questions wlU their answer.
are reproduced for tlt? benefit of the
Anderson county farmer:
With a view possible of stimu
lating the gowing of small grain and
grasses and the raising of cattle in
thi? section, will appreciate your re
ply to tho following:
Is cotton raised in your county?
What ?3 the name of your county?
What are the principle crops?
Wheat coin, hay.
What are your principal manufac
turing Industries? Flour.
Can you grow and harvest two ful
ly matured crops from your farms in
one year-thai is can you sow oats or
wheat-and then follow with any otb-?
er crop and harvest during that rea
son ? No.
Do your farmers uso commercial
Have you good public roads and
what is your county tax levy for all
purposes? Yes, farly good. County
tax levy 20c
What is the general financial con
dition of your farmers-do they bor
row money? Good. Borrow some to
Ha* your county a good public
school system and what is being done
for the cause of advanced education?
Yes, more graded and high schools.
?ost Kept Bo wu-Qualify Kept Up. 1
No better medicino could be made
tor coughs, colds, croup, hoarseness,
tickling ttjroat, bronchitis, etc., than
Foley's Honey and Tar Compound.
That's why thoy can't improve the
quality and war or no war. the price
remains thc same. E. J. Sargent, Dal
las, Tex,, says: "I believe PoleyV
Honey and Tar has no equal for il
completely relieved me of all symp
toms of tuberculosis and my cough
has entirely disappeared." Don't ac
cept any substituto, for Fole'y'B Honey
and Tar is the boat. Evana' Pharmacy
NEGRO BEING TBIEO !
ON MURDER CHARGE
?r.'fiA..- .' ~". 5* ?. (fi C":"r . '; ?. ..''Jj -"
ULYSSES DAVIS TO SOON
ONLY CASE TRIED
Second Week of Court of General
Sessions Devoted AU First Day
To One Hearing
Tho second week of the court of
general sessions for Anderson county
convened yesterday morning at KT
o'clock with Judge Momralngor pre
Onjy one case was tried during the
day, the. State versus Ulysses Davis,
charged with murder. The case was
.aleen up immediately after court con
vened, and at 6 o'clock last'night
Solicitor Smith was winding np bit
argument for the State. Judge Mem
minger announced that ho would pro
ceed no further with tho case Mon
day- evening and when court convones
this morning the first' business to oc
cupy tne attention ot tiie eua. i ?Y??? UV
Judge Memminger's charl. to thc
This killing occured in North An
derson on August 20, following ser
vices at a negro church. A large
party ot negroes had been to preach
:ng and as they were returning hom?
tomo negro struck Jim Emmersor
behind the oar with - rock, tract urine
his skull aod causing' concussion o
the brain, killing the nertro instantly
Davis waa airer*ed, charred with thr
crime, out on the stand yesterday,
swore that be waa In no way impli
cated in tbs affair.
The second week's Jury began !ts
lu ties yesterday. A few of the Juror?
were excused. One or two were sick,
another had moved ont of the Stair
and several other rearons appear**'
for certain members not being in at
The Road to Advancement
Better tilings are In
store for Ute yoong
mau or wo ni nu who
aside a part of their
wilges every pay day.
Systematic Haring Is
a great factor In build*
lng character. Try IL
The Savings De
Bank of Anderson
Tbe Strongest Bank In
Host poor complexions are due to
sluggish, torpid livers, constipation
and other liver ills. A dose of
Re Le Te
aken just before retiring will tone
.p the liver, carry off tho excess of bile
md cause an easy and natural move
ncnt of the bowels. It will not only
naso Its good work felt in better
.??"Ith-make you LOOK well and
>0 cents and 1.00 per bottle ac
Manufactured and guaranteed by
- Three Stores.
. Delinquent Road Tax Notice.
All delinquent road tax collectors
Aro provided with an official receipt
nook with numbers, and stub numbers
ittached. Pay no money to collectors
unless you get. the -official receipt
ut above provided for.
J. MACK KING,
.f - County Supervisor.
The next teachers' examination
will be held at tho court house on
Friday, October 2, beginning at. 9 a.
j, B. FELTON,
Co. Supt. Education.
NOTICE OF SALE OF HEAL ES
Pursurnt to power granted to mo
by virtue of a deed of trust executed;,
July 31st, 1914. by John R. Smlthh,
C. C. Smith and Mattie 2*??th. as tho
sole surviving hoira-at-law o! Caroline1
Smithvdeceased, ? x?i? sell at publia
outcry, for cas'j, between the usual
hours of sale on the first Monday far*
October, 1814, for the purposes jet
out in Ute aforementioned trust deed,
the following described real estate'
formerly belonging to. Ihe said Caro,
line Smith, deceased: All that tract
con sining forty-fivo acres,, more or
le il, situate in Fork, township, In the
county of Anderson. In the state of
South Carolina, adpoining lands o'
Snow Hill church, J. J. Fretwell abd
ethers; it being tu? sam? conveyed to
the said Caroline Smith hy deed from
J. A. Coker, dated March 29, 1895. of
record In the office of the clerk of
court for Anderson county, state
aforesaid In Book LLL, page 214.
Purchaser to pay for deed.
C. F. Harrison, Trustee.
Tues, Sept 1-4 Tues.
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"The Trey O'Heart."
fhursday, Sept. 17
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