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C. BROADWELL FAILS OF
REAPPOINTMENT IN AN
[NINE IN COUNTY
H. Geifer Recommended For
. Appointment in Place of
Tho official heads or tun of the Tl
magistrates now nerving In Anderson
County have been chopped off hy Hie
Anderson County delegation to the
Fjrtneral assembly, as shown hy the list
?ji nommutlonu which the delegation
ban sent to Governor Richard I. Man
alng for appointment.
Probably the most interesting In
stance of failure to receive nomina
tion for reappointment ls in the case
?f Magistrate W. 'c. Uroadwell. who
together with Magistrate II. V. Wilson
mn in thc city of Anderson. G. II.
Ser,. Esq., bas been recommended
apnolntment Instead of Mr. Hroad
istrate W. P. Roll of Hall town
called of recommendation for re
itment and in his stead 8. O.
>n has been nominated for the
Fork township Magistrate R. S.
loues out, as C. E. Marett baa
nominated for appointment to
At Bandy Springs Magistrate P.'. I.
agin bas failed of recommendation
vor reappointment. In his stead 8. M.
?ann has been nominated for ap
Rglstrate A. M. Guyton of Hope
will not be reappointed as C. C.
King has been recommended for ap
L^UKtniept In his stead.
Magistrate W. John McClure of Cen
ervllle township loses out. 8. N.
Urnwn receives the nomination for
. jpuolnfment In hts stead.
In Rock Mill? township Magistrate
. L. O. Shaw fails to be recommend
d for appointment, the nomination
i 'MK to C. M. Barrett.
Monea Path Magistrate J. W.
Trussell will not be reappointed, as
I. I am the man to fig your teeth
r go .you can eat the pie that X pat
1 tho Piedmont Belt
I make plates at $?.60
I make tdd ero vms at$4.00
SOs/er fillings, 50c and up.
Gold f Ulinga $1.00 and op
Painless Extracting 40}%
I make a specialty of treating
Pyorrhea, Alveolarls of the gum"
and alt crown and brldgo work
and regulating mal formed teeth.
AU work guaranteed first-class.
S. G. BRUCE]
leihing For Nothing
foungs Island, a C., Nor. S3, Itt?
To get started with you wc atan?
ron the following offer. Send 11.6?
or 1,000 Frost Proof Cabbage Planta
(?wo In the open air and will stans
tressing, grown from th? Colobratoo
3*cd of Bolglna * Son and Thor boes
?Co., and I will send yon l.?M> Cab
>ag? Plants additional FREES, und yo*
Mba repeat the order aa many times
ta you Uko. I will give you specla
piena on Potato Seed and Pout*
Piante Inter. We want the account)
ii o?ase buyers, large and small, W*
faa supply alt
X Plant Co?
?l M. McCewn's Grocery
il TO EAT
..lie, M and S5c
per peek... ..?' ?....4to
. ....15and tte
! -Prunes? t lbs.25c
i. per lb.., ...I0e
Biscuit Ca's Fruit Coke
nt per pound... ... ... ..Mo
Phone lo. fit*
11 ll I Mill- l' |,l I
, LOSE OUT
I.. M. Wilson hus been nominated for
Magistrate s. E. Whitten of Pendle
ton has als? failed of recommendation
for reappointment. J. J. Sitton has
been recommended for the appoint
Al Iva Magistrate J. A. Young fails
of recommendation for reappointment
the nomination being ?Iven to J. A.
Following ls tho list of nomination
sent to tJovernor Manning by the An
derson County delegation:
Wllllamston-R. V. Acker.
Mall Township -S. O. Jackson.
Heiser-J. H. Ronner.
Monea I'ath Township-C. E. Clem
Sandy Springs- S. M. Johnson.
Hopewell-C. C. King.
Helton C. P.. Kuy.
Starr -J. II. Leverett.
Broadway-C. F. Martin.
Cen ter vi Ile-s. N. Hrowne.
Piedmont-J. E. Riley.
Murtln-J. R. Pennell.
Rock Mills-t!. M. Barrett.
Hrushy Creek-J. D. Sitton.
Monea Path-L. M. Wilson.
Pendleton-J. J. Sitton.
I*i -J. A. Mc Alister.
Oarvin-C. L. Martin.
Anderson-Q. M. Geiger nnd n. l<".
Savannah-J. H. Ralney.
Fork-C. E. Marett.
No change was made In the salari?s
of the magistrates.
COLUMBIA, Feb. 5.-The senate In
executive session this afternoon con
firmed the following Anderson Coun
G. N. C. Boleman .treasurer: Win
ston Smith, auditor; E. T. Till Ison,
member board of registration; J. L.
McGee, J. TX Culberson, W. A. Spear
man and R. D. Smith county ^commis
?HS. VT. A. BUDGERS- Editor
Misses Mary snd Lauora Dean or
Greenville are the guests ot Mrs. Hun
ter Thompson and 'Miss Annie Dell
la Honor of Mrs. Reed.
The following invitations from
Knoxville, tenn., have been received
by frtendi here:
Mrs. Sanders, Mrs. Chapman,
1 4 to 7 o'clock
Mrs. Joseph Johnson Fjced.
Vc*. VrGhee Entertains Informally.
A delightful affair of yesterday and
a pretty compliment to two recent
brides, Mrs, Lewis 'Perrin and Mrs.
Wardlaw Smith, was the informnl
euchre party given by Mrs. Frsnk
McGhee, at her home on Kennedy
street. Tables w*r? nrrnnged for 16
card players, and following the game
a tempting salad course was served
bv Misses Leila Unk. of Abbeville;
McCoy Of Charlotte and Bettie Tar
. The honorees were each presented
with beautiful growing1' planta as
Miss Cora Hubbard has returned to
her home nt Richland after a visit to
MIT. J. F. Laughrldge In the Town
Miss Leila Hammond of WUllam
"t?n ha? been visiting friends here
Mrs. R. L. Cumnock is (he guest
this week of Mrs. R. E. Llgon on West
Tho many friends of Mrs. Richard
Roper will regret to know that she
IB confined to ber home by sickness.
Mr. and Mra.R. C. Brownlee ot Due
West will spend the week-end with
Mr. and Mi-s. I. Irking Brownlee on
South McDuffle street.
Mrs. F.rissell H. Garner of Lowndes
vlllo ls spending a few days with
Misses Ida and Loin Watson.
Robert E. Lee Chapter.
A delightfully pleasant meeting o?
the Robert E. Lee chapter was held
yesterday afternoon with Mrs. J. R
Vandlver. Besides a good attendance
of members, there were sevoral visi
tors present and alt fully eujoyed the
afternoon. On the program waa a
reading by Mrs. J. R. Vandlver, a
poem by Mrs. Rhoda Vandlver, ead a
paper on current events by Mrs. D. S
Vandlver. The music was furnisbed
by Miss Sara 8tranathaa and Mles
Nelle Smith, the two gifted musicians
from Anderdon College.
The socjal feature waa very enjoy
able and Mrs. Vandlver served a dain
ty sweet course.
At the Elks Resse.
On.account of the raia yesterday
afternoon there was'only one table of
players at the Elks home who were:
Mrs. T. L. Cely. Mrs. C. F. Greene.
Mrs. Phelps Saeteen. Mrs. C. H. Bleich
snd Miss Louise Gilmcr.
A PERSONAL STATEMENT
There are so-called "honey and
tar- preparations that cost the dealer
half as much but sell at the same
price as the original and genuine
Foley's Honey and Tar Compound. We
never oPer these Imitations and sub
stitutes. We know you 'frill buy
Foleys whenever you need a cough
syrup If you once use lt. People
come long distances tor the true
FOLEY'S-over thirty yeera the lead
ing remedy for cough*,, colds, croup,
whooping cough, bronchial and la
Evans Pharm? cy. _:
EXPRESS COMPANY AID
IN FINDING MARKET
PRODUCERS FIND MEANS OF
FREE OF COST)
If You Have Any Produce For
Sale and Want a Market Noti
Through the local office of the
Southon) Exprese Company announce.
Uient has been mad? of a plan adopt
ed bv tills corporation for assisting
producers of foodstuffs In rinding u
market for their products, and with
out one cent nf coat to the produc
As explained yesterday by Manager
Johnson of the local office. If a truck
farmer, poultry man, dalry mun or a
producer of any other commodity of
like nature wishes to market bis pro
duce all he has to do ls to Inform the
express company of what he ha* to
Jell. The express company makes up
a list of these commodities, stating
what they are, giving the name of the
producer, his address and the quota
tions, and prints the same in bulle
tins which are distributed over a wide
By way of explanation, Mr. Johnson
exhibited to an Intelligencer reporte:
yesterduy some of these market bulle
tins. One of them curried announce
ments as to bread, cakes, crabs, fresh
fish, hams, oysters, peanut specialties,
Vegetables, etc., for sale. The names
of the producers who had . these com
modities tor sale are given on the bul
letin, together with their addresses
and the quotations.
Another bulletin was replete with
Florida products, tho names of the
producers, the articles they had for
salo, their addree?es and their prices
being given. Any person desiring to
purchase any of these commodities
ha? but to write the producer whose
name he sees on the bulletin.
BK Al'TI F TL HAZEL DAWN
Will Be Seen at the Paramount
Miss Hasel Dawn, one of the lead
tog beauties of the stage, will be seen
today at the Paramount theatre in the
famous international drama. "One of
Our Girls." The performance will be
gin at 10:30 o'clock this morning.
She is starring this season in "The
Debutante," nt thc Knickerbocker, lt
will be a rare treat for. tho patrons of
tho Paramount to see this celebrated
star. Following ls a brief summary ot
the play on exhibition today:
"Ono of Our Ulrls," tho celebrated
drama which so closely interweaves
the interests of two mighty nations,
presents Hazel Pawn, the artistic lit
tle star who recently achieved a' greut
stage triumph in the title role of "The
Pink Lsd?." !n "Ons of Our O?r!*)"
Hazet Dawn portrays the stellar role,
otherwise Kate Shipley. The subject
teems with patriotic Interest, and the
thrilling situations, combined with -the
Inspiring sacrifice of the plucky and
quick-witted American girl in behalt
of her little French cousin, furnish
all the elements necessary to the suc
cessful screen drama
Kate Shipley, an American heiress,
eroses the Atlantic to attend the wed
ding of her little cousin, Julo, In
France. Little does she know what
fate holds tn store for her wheu she
leavre her Fifth avenue home for the
cbauteau of the Fonblanques. Jule
marries the proflig?is Comte de ?jreb
illon. though she loves her cousin
Henri, and Kata grieves to see h jr
little cousin grow sadder and paler
every day through the realization of
her grave mistake. A great happiness
however, coma? to the American girl,
tor she is loved by Capt. John Greg
ory, a dashing British officer, no less
noble than he ls brave and handsome,
to whom she is soon betrothed. The
Comte de Creblllon conceals a secret
In his past; a broken and beautiful
woman, who suddenly appears one
night at the chateau and confronts
him, after which she is never seen
alive again. Old Dr. Glrodet, the fam
ily physician, . dislikes the comte.
Heering a woman'a scream on the fat
al night, and being told of a myster
ious, haggard face that had peered
through a window of the chateau, he
notices the comte's nervousness and
fear, and begins Investigations which
end In the finding of the woman's body
In the old wishing-well In the garden
of the estate. Suicide ie the verdict
given in ihm woman's death, and the
comte breathes freely tor a time. He
is harsh, suspicious and cruel to his
girl-wife, and poor little Julie, driven
desperate by his treatment and her
love for Heart, decides to leave
France with her sweetheart cousin.
Julie writes -Kate she !s eloping, and
the impulsive and generous American
girt goes to Henri's room to save Julie
from her folly. There she is discov
ered by the.comte and her own be
trothed, Capti Gregory. To shield her
cousin from the comte's iury. Kate
conceals Jolie's presence in Henri's
room, and takes the awful situation
upon her own shoulders, at the risk
of har good name and her nance's ]
faith anal love. Th? development of i
the play thrillingly portrays a series
of dramatic situations that eliminate
In the triumph of Kate over the In
sulting comte, and the revelation of
his mysterious and sinful past which
seta- Julio free to marry Henri. Kate
ls made doubly happy bj her gallant
captain's faith through all her trying
experiences, and "one of our girls" at
last weds one* of England's bravest
Read "Public May Forget You're th
Business." by Hugh Chalmers the
great Automobile Manufacturer-in
CHAIRS WERE PLACED IN
BALCONY YESTERDAY BY
All Work on the New Playhouse
Will Be Completed in Time
For the Opening.
Scenery for "The Anderson"'
theatre having arrived yesterday and
the work of installing the chairs in
the new playhouse having b*wn gotten
well under way. there is no longer
any doubt thut everything will be
In readiness for tho formal opeii'ng on
Friday evening. Februury 19.
Manager C. H. Bleich stated yes
terday that the seats in the balcony
floor will be Htarted Monday. These
.eats or chairs are of especially
handsome design. They are made of
heavily veneered mahogany and .ire
particularly comfortable. The name
of the theatre is embossed on the
castings of each seat.
The Bcenory for the theatre arrived
yesterday and will be placed about
Monday. All work on the interior f
the building Is now completed %vith
thc excoption of the painting. Mr.
Bleich stated yesterday that the
cherubs, cupids and other figures
which had been painted on the walls
by the decorators had been eliminat
ed, as they did not meet with hts ap
proval. There will be no decorations
of this nature used in the theatre.
The opening performance at the
theatre will be "Prince of Tonight,"
one of the best musical comedies on
tlie road thia reason. The troupe ls
made up of 50 people, headed by Tom
WONT DIVIDE WARDS
Petitions From Four and Five Are
Refnsed- New Body May Act.
GREENWOOD, Feb.. 4.-City coun
cil in regular session Monday evening
declined to divide Wards 4 and 6, peti
tion.! to the effect that a majority of
the resident:; of these wardB desiring
division- having been presented and
advocated before council by Col. D.
\. G. Ousts and A. McD. Singleton.
The matter of changing ward Hues
nu increasing th?? number of warda
In the city will therefore have to
.m?? Oteio.e tue uew council vjr ac
City council adopted a stringent
ordinance against the practice of rail
roads leaving freight cars on sidings
tn tho business 'section of tho town,
or more specifically that section be
tween the Charleston ft Western Car
olina freight depot and thc postofflce.
Mayor Marshall stated that tho new
ordinance will be enforced. -
City Engineer Wa;U submitted an
estimate on the co'~t of paving that
feectlon of Hampton avenue which' lt
is proposed tc iso during the State
firemen's tournament. Ho estimates
?be cost at $2,600. Action waa -'de
NEW DRV GOODS STORK "'
Another Establishment In Prospect In
GREENWOOD, Feb.. -?.-Greenwood
(s to have another dry goods st ire at
an carly date. J. W. Duckett, Sr..
who was with the J. Ti. Wharton com
pany for a number of years, will or
gkuUu ibu J. w". Lmckett company
and open a dry goods store on March
l In Gie corner ste re f^meHy
.upied by the Durst-Andrews com
pany. The company will have.a cap
ital stock of $10,000.
FOR THE BOWELS
To-night I Clean your bowels and
end headaches, colds,
Get a 10-cent box now.
You're bilious! Ybu have a throb
bing sensation In your head, a bad
taste in your mouth, your eyes burn,
your akin is yellow, with dark rlngk
under your eyes: your lips are parch
ed. No Wonder you feel ugly, menu
and ill-tempered. Your system is. full
ot bile not properly passed off,'and
what you need ls a cleaning uo in
side. Don't continue being a bilious
nuissnce to yourself and those who
love you. .inri don't resort ti; harsh
physics that irritate and injure. Re
member that most disorders are cur
ed by morning with gentle, thorough
Cascsrets-they work while you sleoo.
A 10-eent box from your druggist will
keep your liver and bowels clean;
stomach sweet, and your head clear
for months. Children love to take
Cabarets, because they, taste
and never gripe or sicken.
FEEL BLUE-OR JUST STUPID
Sluggish bowels and torpid Ihrer
usually go together and lt does not
take long for constipation to produce
a bad condition-a feeling of languor
or tallness-the "blues," headaches,
palpitation or other malady. Indeed,
when in Gals condition the system In
vites more serious illness sud is not
able to throw oft* disease. 1* * Ifolsy
Cathartic Tablets are a wholesome
laxative and cleansing cathartic.
They act without Inconvenience,
griping or sickening. .
APPEALS HEARD BY
COURT OF SESSIONS
JUST BEFORE HOUR OF
Case From Belton Produced Mirth
in Court When Grounds of
Appeal Were Read.
Prior to tho adjournment yesterday
afternoon of the court of general ses
Mons. Presiding Judge Frank I?. Gary
heard a number of appeals from mu
nicipal courts und courts of magis
trates over- tho county. In some In
stances the appeals were sustulned,
while In others the appeals were dis
missed. In one or two instunces sen
tences imposed In cases by the lower
courts were reduced or modified by
mo higher court.
An appeul that amused the court
was that in tho case of the Town of
Helton against Forrest Fant. It appears
that Fant, who operates a dray, had
been convicted in the town court of
Belton of transporting whiskey, lie
appealed from the decision of the
town court, and gave as one of his
grounds for appeal that he paid a li
cense to dray, inferring tha lie had a
right to haul liquor or -anything else
that he chose to transport. Judge
Gary issued an ..riler dismissing the
The following appeals were heard:
State vs. Fl L. Lockhard, ca30 dis
missed for wunt of prosecution.
Town council of Williamston vs.
Kate Whitner. ease dismissed for
want of prosecution.
State vs. H. B. Greenlee, appeal
State vs. Mose _ Chamblee, appeal
State vu. J. A. Jones, appeal sus
State vs. Amelia Jackson, fine re
State vs. J. R. Thomas, continued.
City of Anderson vs. Will Chap
man, recorder re\iersed.
Cjty of Anderson vs. Vance Knox
and' Mary Blake, case remanded ,
State vs. Gus Scoit, sentence mod
J. F. KENNEDY WAS
. SENTENCED FRIDAY
Pelxer Men Must Pay Fine of
$100 or Serve 5 Months in .
In the court of general sessions yes
terday Presiding Judge Frank B.
Gary'passed sentence of five months
Imprisonment or a fine ot $100 upon
J. F. Kennedy, who was convicted
earlier In tho week of assault and
battery with intent to kill. The sen *
teuce W?? suspended for a period ot
Kennedy, lt will be remembered,'
shot a white man named Sid Eaton,
at the former's home in the mill vil
lage at Pelser. Kenedy claimed
that Baton had been warned to stay
away from his home and to cease pay
ing attentions to Mrs. Kennedy; that
he came home one day and found
Baton standing at the back door or
his home and conversing with Mrs.
Kennedy; that aa he rounded the cor
ner of the house and came in view of
Eaton, the latter placed his baud to
his hip pocket as though be were go
ing to draw a revolver; that ho, bc
llHvlng Baton was about to fire upon
him. drew Ms own pistol and fired up
on Bat m.
lt ls undwrstood that friend*? at
Pelser ot Kennedy are going to raise
thc ?100 and pay tho fine imposed :\p~
on him in the court of general ses
ME ET! Bi 6 AT HfLLIXB
Farmers Hear Addresses and Effect:
MULLINS. Feb., 4.-T*- f-?T"?TS/,j
meeting at Mullins tods; was well at- j
tended and much Intorest was shown.
B. Harris, former ^resident ot tne;l
State J^rniera' union ind member of
the State ??ecutlv*? ci,.amlttee, ad-)(
dre sa ed the meeting, speaking pr In- .
ctpally along the Mne of the impor-;
Unce and the necessity of organiza*
tlon, cooperation and diversification. ;
Bute Secretary J. Whitner Reid
.-it----JJ ~^;?ii a talk Of* the work of.
the"farmers* unton, showing Ks linea
of activity, its possibilities and re
After the public address Mullins
Local Farmers' union. No. 467, held,
a meeting abd officers .were elected fov |
the^ vear 1816. E. C. Bdawrds was1
selected as president, B. M. Cartnleh- ,
^jl as vice president, A. E. RigerJ;
waa chosen as. secretary-treasurer.
Four new members were received and
some others were reinstated. The"
time ot meeting will be first Saturday;
of each month at 3 p. m. Mullins
local union has been strengthened and
begins the new year with good proa-i
peela for active work
THE GORDON MUSICAL
A Rousing Farce Comedy.
With lot? of music ami comedy.
Movies For Today:
"One of those funniest of funny comedies hy
the Keystone} also one o? the (.'realest Western
ludlun I tm nuts ever shown in Anderson.
N. B. ' I get stung sometimes, the HUUIC US any
one else; hut 1 can assure yon of one thing
that the Linton Ile Wolfe Broadway Follies, which
were beaked lu play here onre before, und whose
pinitos were on exhibit In ?ny lobby, but who re
fused to play such a small town will P0S1TIVK
LY be herc all of next week. This is u BIG ut
traction of fl HST QUALITY. See Bid Ad In
\ genuine money saving event, actual savings
in dependable merchandise values.
Here is your opportunity to save money on
dependable merchandise of the highest char
acter. Seldom does there come a time whe
you can buy strictly high grade goods at prices
I as low as here quoted.
Come, see, and convince yourself that this
is a money saving opportunity, which you con
not afford to miss.
/ - .? ?..''??*?...
New line Spring Dress Ginghams...... |oe
1,000 yards Apron Ginghams, value 7c. .??.
2,000 yards Heavy sheeting, worth 7c. ... ...ftc
40-inch All Wool Serge, regular price 50c.:jr,0
72-lnch Fine Broad Cloth, regular price 60c..:i9c
One lot-.Cotton Blankets, regular price 75c. . .. .r,0e
Ono lot Extra Heavy Wool Nap Blanket, regular price $2.00 . .*1.._>.".
54-inch All Wool Serges in all colors, regular 75c.aile
One lot White Dress Linen, value 35c....." ]]i9C
Ono'lot Crepe Plaid Dress Goods In beautiful colors, values 25c !'.l8c
One lot Flue'Silks for Watsts, In all shades, worth 50c..t?e
Ono lot Dress Goods In Wool Suitings, regular price 50c.3?c
i One-lot Chambry in solid colors, regular price 10c..?.gc
-Ono lot Children's Dresses In Ginghams and Caletcns, regular price
Ladles' Caracul Coats, values up to $6.00.e?gfi
. ' One lot Ladles' Shoes on counter, sizes up to'4 1-2.gSe
Now line Ladles* low cut Shoes Just received' In Gun Metal, V iet Kid
and Patent Leather In Pumps, Baby Dolls and Bluchers ;'>.'-!'>
Ono lot Ladies' Vlei Kid Shoes, worth $2.00.Sj^o
One lot Ladles' Gun Metal and Patent. Leather Shoes, values'up "to
Big linc Men's. Fine Shoes in all leathers, worth $3 50 $*> 49
Bl? Hue Men's All Wool Suits In'Blue S?racs an.j Fancy Worsteds
. ulue $10.00.. .$0.98
Our-Entire Une' Men's Fine Bluo Serge,and Faucy Worsted Suits,
- , values $12.50 and $16.00. .$SJ?H
Oue lot Boys' Knee Suits In Blue" Serges and Cashmere, worth regu
lar $0.00.J fcjjy^
10? Pairs Men's All Wool Cashmere Pants, worth 3$ 00........ $1*4?
The Lesser Co.
Where You Pay Less.
VOLUME 1, NUMBER 342. rTeeUy, E.tabUshed i860; D?fljr, Janis, ?1?. ANDERSON, S. C, SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 1, 1914. $5.00 PER ANNUM PRICE FIVE CENTS
WAR DECLARED BETWEEN TURKEY AND RUSSIA