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Three Days 'Till
j, We'll say frankly we'd rather you would shop
at this store before Saturday-we will bc very busy
that day and can give you better attention today and
To make it interesting we are offering these bar
j gains below-it'll pay you well to shop today and
A lot of "Sand," "Putty," and "Battleship Gray"
Pumps and Oxfords worth ?5, for CA
each. ?PO* DU
Wichert's high grade Women Pumps, sold in
some places for ?6.oo, here for ?C% AA
~ (Patent and mat kids) ' v??"U
Patent and dull "Peggy Pumps," t?* O AC
worth " S3.50, for Easter. ?p?e?JD
Men's cloth top oxfords, tan and gun with
fawn and gray tops, here $0 00
Tan and gun welt Oxfords for men
Many other specials-come and we'll show you
footwear like you never saw before.
Under Masonic Temple.
Shoes That Satisfy.
-.----_ f Special to Tho Intelligencer.
0 WALHALLA, March 30.-For two
months the different Sunday schools
TAXPAYERS TAKE NOTICE of the town have engaged in a frlend
. - ' ly contest, to see which could make
Th? time for paying taxes will bo greatest sain lu number, attendance,
out April 1st, and I bave published collecUons, etc. The Baptist were
a list of Anderson School Districts easily victorious and have invited all
No. 17, . which havo not been paid, officers and teachers from other
No i If you fail to call for your "poll schools to be their guests on Thurs
tax when you pay your taxes it will day evening in the now annex of their
cost you .$8.00 so if yon fail to pay, building. The superintendent of the
do not blame your auditor. Baptist Behool, Mr. C. F. Hetrick,
Preachers and School Trustees aro j is a wide-awake Sunday school su?
linnie tor poll tax.' perlntendent and keeps his school in
WINSTON SMITH, 0,0 front ranks, not only in the
County Auditor. ' . town, but in the entire county.
_;_ Mr. William Chalmers, son of Mr.
XATrrp ' ana Mrs' *r* Y< Chalmers, who has
'"'lu' been seriously ill with pneumonia
"- ( for several weeks, ia rapidly improv
' The annual meeting of the stock- Jng, and his many friends hope that
hilders of the Pendleton Cotton In? will-soon be entirely well.
Mill will be held at the Bank of Pen- (Mrs. Branson and Miss Annie
dloton,* S. C., on April 19th, at 2 Ro*eru of Columbia are visitors at
o clock for the purpose ot electing home of their mother. Mrs. A. L.
officers for the year, and the trans- Roberta on Main street,
action of .any other business, that may J. M. MOSB visited friends in South
come before the meeting. Qeor.rta last week, returning by way
By order of the treasurer. of Codumbia, where he attended the
J. W. SANDERS, I Underwriters banquent on Friday
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o WALHALLA N'EWS ?
t . a
Rffi FIVE ?YEARS
Majority ttl Friend* Hoogs* Mr,
Ho* he* Would bk. Bot
OM Helped Hhn to
Pomeroy Ion, Ky.-In Interesting ad
vice* from this place. Mr. A. j. Hughes
writes as foflbivs: "I was down with
stomach trouble, tor five (5) years, and
would have ^headache so bsd, at
time?, (hat t thought sore?y ! would die*.
! tried different treatoeeats, but they
?i? RO? Rcenyo t?o me say good.
I got so bad, I could not eat or sleep,
and aa my friends, except one, though
would die. Kc advised nt
Tfcedford'e Slack D?aoste,
faking other aedktaec ! decided ta
taite his advice, although I did -ot have
any confidence ladt
I have now been taking Bhtck-Draught
for three months, and it has cured me
haven't had those awful sick headache?
since I began using it.
I am so thankful for what Black
Draught has dene for we."
Thedford's Black-Draught hts been
found a very valuable medicine for de
rangements of the stomach and liver, lt
Is composed of pure, vegetable herbs,
contains no dangerous ingr?dient?, and
sets gently, yet su? t?y. lt ctn be freely
need by young and old, md should
kept m every family eheste
RECEIVE MEDALS FOR
Two Chappell* Citizens Are
Awarded Carnegie Hero
COLUMBIA, March 30.-Three
South Carolinians, alias Sophie E.
Thuin:.-; of Now ry and boo 11 ?un il tun
and A. M. Chapman of Chappels, re
ceive a bronte mr dal and ??1,000
each under the latest annual award
of the Carnegie hero fund commis
The exploits on which the awards
are made to-the South Carolinians
are described, as follows, in the re
port of the commission, copies of
which hav'e been received in Colum
"Leo Hamilton, aged 50, merchant,
helped to save George Kneese, aged
35, laborer, from drowning, Chap
pells, S. C., March 16, 1912., Kneese
and three other men attempted to
cress the flood waters of the Saluda
river and their boat was upset
Kncece grabbed a li nib of a tree and
clung to it in the main current of thc
stream. A man who rescued two of
Kneece's companioned said it would
be impossibly to reach Kneece. Ham
ilton and a companion set out in a
flat bottomed boat. which leaked;
and Hamilton. UKIIIR a paddle; got thc
boat to a tree before Kncece, clo^e
to th?- edge of jhe swift current. His
companion undressed there, und thc
water was bailed from thc boat.
Hamilton then paddled vigorously
against the current and drifted to a
position beside Kneece. He and his
companion held the boat by grasping
branches and vines, and Kneece
grasped the gunwhale and rolled
over the side. The bow dipped, odd
considerable water was shipped, bul
the bottom of the boat struck a limb
and was prevented from sinking far
ther. Hamilton paddled strenuously
and reached quiet water, and then
the bank, at a point 500 f-iet down
stream frpm where he had gotten
"Andrew M. Chapman, aged 35,
farmer and sawmill manager help
ed to save George,.Kneece from
drowning, Chappels, S. C. March 16,1
1972. Chapman accompanied Ham
ilton and helped in the rescue.
"Scphla T. Thomas, aged 17,
weaver, rescued Eva Gregard, aged
13. from a rabid dog, Newry S. C.,
June 18, 1912. Miss Gregory spoke
to a passing dog, and as she stooped
to get a pebble sprang at her and
fastened its teeth in her Jaw.*Mi?]
Thomas, one of three other girls
present, grabbed the dog's throat
with both hands and pulled it away
from Miss Gregory. Miss Thoma-!
fell with the dog and retained her
hold on it. although it bit her arm
three times. Her sister helped her
to hold- it on the ground until a man
arrived, with a stone and told ber to
release the dog. It was ' shot a mo
ment later and on examination was
found to have been afflicted with
rabies. Mis3 Thomas an/. Miss Gre
gory wer? given Pasteur treatment
and recovered from their wounds'.*
Ei tend Thanks to Chamber of
Commerce am? Citizens of the
City of Anderson
CLEMSON COLLEGE, March 30.
The following resolutions were un
animously passed by the cadets in a
mass meeting Tuesday morning:
Whereas, tho efforts of tho chamber
of-commerce made possible the hold
ing of the encampment without nec
essary cost to the college or to the
Whereas, the cordial hospitality of
the people of Anderson made de
lightful the recent encampment held
in that city, and -
Whereas, the newspapers of the
city gave generous ' space and val
uable publicity to. tbe encampment
and to the conduct of the corps of
' Therefore, he it resolved by the
cadets of Tho Clemson- Agricultura!
College, in mass meeting assembled,
1." That thc thanks and apprecia
tion of the cadets be extended to the
citteena of Anderson, and .especia'ly
to. the ladles, for ' the warm-hearted
hospitality and many courtesies
r?bown them during tho encampment,
and to the chamber of commerce and
tb the newspaper? for valuable as
sistance and publicity.
2. That the corps of cadets con
gratulate th? people of Anderson
county on thetrn>rosperous and enter
prising county seat, th? city of An
dersen, whoae prosperous1 future i? |
assured by ita present material pros
perity, agricultural resources and
great electrical power facilities, all
coupled with the splendid . loyalty,
ability and faith ot its business mea.
2. Thc-"- wherever we go in South
Carolina, it will he our^eaadre *t*o
tn?i? testimony to the^hospitallty,
loyalty and enterprise of the citlsens
of Anderson and of/the great oppor
tu^ltyAbat lies ahead of this cit J
*?jjr*TMs BoefiMwef-'the State.
'"?fbw^s copy of these resole-j
sent td the mayor, the cham
merce and the newspaper?
, to the daily papers of
and he published In T^
AIISON CH A IK; K
four Negroes in Spartanburg are
Committed lu Juli.
SPARTANBURG. March 31.-Four
negroes. Lester Montgomery, Mose
Collins, Bass Aiken, and a negro wo
man. Emma Williams, of the Reid
vllle section of the county, wore
lodged In the county Jail Sunday
nighf on a commitment from thc court
of Magistrate Harrison charging ar
son-a capital crime. It is alleged
that the four defendants sot fire and
destroyed a tenant house un thc farm
of James H. Prldwell. a prominent
landowner of near Reldville. The loss
will be $200.
At the time ot the alleged tiro, it
ls reported that the occupant, Em
ma William , was not at homo.
The quartette were arresttod short
ly after thc fire and four hours later
were brought to the Sparlauburg Jail
by Rural Officer Edd Powers.
The investigation will be conducted
before Magistrate Harrison at an
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O NEWS FROM WALHALLA. o
(From the Keowee Courier.)
Jos. J. Norton of Anderson spent
Sunday In Walhalla with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Le?? G. Ilollen.an of
Anderson spent Sunday in Walhalla
visiting among relatives.
R. L. Boyd of Jordania, was a busi
ness visitor to Walhalla yesterday.
"Bot." bas numerous friends in Wal
halla who are always pleased to meet
We are Informed that John Thoma-;
of Newry has been appointed a
rural policeman for Oconee County.
It is not known whether he has yet
Mrs. B. H. Westmoreland of At
lanta is visiting relatives In and near
West Union. She IIUH many friends
in thiB section who are always pleas
ed to welcome her on her visits.
Mr. und Mrs. L. M. Murphy and
children of Anderson spent last Sun
day fn Walhalla visiting at the home
of Mrs. Murphy's parents. Mr. and
Mrs. J. D. I8b->11. They wcro accom
panied by Miss Marie Isbell. All re
turned to Anderson Monday.
Robert S. Rutledge and Mrs. John
W. Miller have been quite sick at
their home on WeBt Main street for
the past week, each suffering from an
attack of acute grip. It is hoped by
many friends that these sick friends
will soon'be fully rstored.
Members ot Walhalla Lodge, No.
67, K. of P., are requested to make
an especial effort to be at the hall
promptly at 8 o'clock next Monday
night. Among other mattera 'of im
portance to the lodge will be the elec
tion of delegates to the grond lodge,
which will meet this year at Orange
burg in May. Let all members at
tend and take part in the transac
tion of the business.
We are requested to announce that
Easter sermons will be preached at
the Walhalla Methodist church next
Sunday, April 4th, at ll o'clock n. m.,
by the pastor,,Rev. J. L. Stokes, and
at 8 p. m. by Rev. G. M. Wilcox, of
the Presbyterian church. The Young
Men's League meeting will be held at
the Methodist church next Sunday at
3:30 o'clock p. m., and will be led by
Superintendent H. W. Gasque of the
high school, and J. B. Todd. The
public will be cordially welcomed at
all these services.
Last Thursday evening Sheriff J.
W. Davis* and Special Officer A. T.
Reid made ' a raid over in the Old
Pickens section of Oconee, where they
destroyed an inactive distilling plant.
The still captured was of about 26
gallons capacity, and bad been recent
ly worked. . No one was about the
place when the officers came up. The
"find" was made a short distance
above Clarke's store. This is the
fourth still that has been brought in
by Mr. Davis and his assistants. The
.four of them repose in the county
The State supreme court has ? re
versed the Judgment of the circuit
court in the case of Thoa. N. Camp
against the Atlanta & Charlotte Air
Line Railway company. The circe ?i
Judge granted a non-suit. The ?-d
preme court holds thia error und
sends the case back for trial by a
Perry Bottoms, aged "about 62 years,
died at the home ot his scn-ln-law,
Mr. Albortson. near. West Union, on
Monday, March 20th. Mr. Bottoms
was born and reared in the whetstone
aectlon of Oconee, but had been liv
ing in the West Union community for
about three rears. He is survived by
.several sons and daughters. To these
the sympa*'.., et many friends is ex
tended. \ ? Interment took place at
Poplar Sr- ngs Baptist cemetery on
Tuesday . . truing.
There are many friends of the fam
ily of Mr. and Mrs. Thoa. Y. Chalme rs,
of the Picket Post section, . who will
learn with deep regret ot the death
of their daughter, Miss Pearle who
passed away at their home Monday
morning last, March 29th, about 8:30
o'clock, af tor an Illness of about nine
weeks. Miss Chalmers was IB years
of age. and was a young lady ot
charming personality, numbering her
friends ty her acquaintances. She was
the youngest daughter ot the house
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o SNOW HILL ITEMS. o
The farmers of this section ere
busy Axing cotton ground and plant
Mr. Brown Pennell, who is railway
mall clerk between Greenville and
Greenwood ppent Sunday and Monday
with his psrents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R
JWr. Eugene Patterson was out rid
ing Sunday afternoon in his new au*
Mr. John Thomas Drake spent
Wednesday night -tth Mr. Curtis
fe Cadet Inward Pennell vt Clemson
liege visited his parents, Mr. and
J. R. Penneu Saturday and Bun
When the bowels become clogged
wth a mass of poisonous stomach
waste, sick headache with all ita
attendant misery, belching of sour
stomach gases, bloat and general
discomfort are sure to follow.
A mild, pleasant laxative-tonic
that will carry off the congested
mass without upsetting the stomach
or griping tho bowels. 1B the combi
nation of simple laxative herbs
with pepsin sold in drug stores un
der the name of Dr. Caidvell's Syr
up Pepsin. A dose take? just
before retiring will afford grateful
relief next morning, without un
pleasantness or discomfort.
Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin ls
the ideal family remedy, especial
ly for women and children and old
folks. A free trial bottle can be
obtained by writing to Dr. W. B.
Caldwell.. 452 Washington. St.,
.Monticello. IUB. ?
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0 KI HST CHEEK SOCIALS to
I? O O (Ml o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o
This section was visited with a
beautiful rain last Saturday. This
shower has made the grain look good.
l'lauting corn i.i thc order of the
day, a large crop is being planted.
We suppose the people are prepariug
to stand th,, panic if it should last
another year or longer.
Mr. Kerren Brock and his mother,
Mrs. K. E. Brock, spent Saturday
night and Sundny with Mr. and MrB.
T. L. Meeks of near Honea Path.
Mr. aud Mr6. David ALewinc spent
1 few hours Sunday with Mr. aud
Mru. W. J. Murdock.
Mrs. J. M. Fisher visited Mrs
Preston Ashley recently.
Messers. A. C. lirLVm and Ben
Corner visited relatives at Helton
Kev. O. L. Martin filled his regu
lar appointment at this place Sunday.
A nicewcrowd was present.
Mr.**V. C. Tyler ?pent Saturday
night and Sunday with Mr. Wm. G.
Some few of our farmers are haul
ing fertilizer from Andcrsoui and
several are not using any at prosent
There 1B not one-third being used this
year as thee,, was la.u. We heard
one of our most prosperous .farmers
say a few days ago that he used fif
teen hundred dollars worth of fer
tilizer last year and he said his will
be 'three hundred dollars for this
year. That is tho way to do it boys,
cut it out.
Mr. H. G. Fisher was a business
visitor to Anderdon recently. Mr.
Fisher say? there is more money in
eggs now oday, and there is in pock
W0 are glad to know that the Sep
tuB writer is still on the Job. I
Mr. J. P. Owens was In Anderson
Monday on business.
Mr. and Mrs. 8. M. Fisher called
on Mrs. Jane Fisher recently.'
Mrs. G. I. Tench called on Mrs.
Asa Hall Sunday afternoon.
The Z. Y. Z boys was-out driving
Miss Maggie Cochran called on
Mrs. Asa Hall Thursday night.
WILL SELL CATTLE
TO LAUGE 111 ?KPS
Greenwood Will Hold First Sale of
Its Kind itt the State.
GREENWOOD. March 30.-Thurs
day, April 15, haj been selected aa
the date when cattlo will be sold in
Greenwood to Baltimore and Rich
mond buyers. Prof. J. O. Williams,
who has made e. number of visits
to tim county during the past few
weeks giving instructions on how to
preparo the cattle fer market, baa
with the assistance df Demonstra
tion Agent Far)s and Mr. W. Wi
Long, made all arrangements for
the sale as weil as prepared a pro
gram that will bo of general inter
This will be thc first falo of Its
kind ever held in Sooth Carolina,
and it has been accomplished after
much work and energy on the part
of those who organised tho Green
wood Livestock Association. The
Northern buyers would not consent
to come until their railroad ' fare
was guaranteed, not caring to leave
their home markets to which all
the cattle they need ls shipped. But
they were assured that tho live
stock industry in this State had
been so improved that they could
get aa good cattle here as anywhere
and now u is planned to have the
?ale an annual event.
Mrs. Loo Abbott.
WALHALLA. March 3*1.- Mrs.
Lou Abbott oled thia morning at her
hom* two miles -wesi of Walhalla,
after a short illness ot pneumonia.
Her death waa a sheck to her im
mediate family and a large circle of
Before her marriage, Mrs. Abbot;
was Miss Lou While, daughter of the
late William Rowland and Ann
White. About thirty-five years a KO
she was married; to Mr. John W.
Abbott, who died about two years
Besides an aged mother, the follow
ing children fur vive: Mrs. Addle
Colley, of Central; Mrs. Leonard
Lee, Misses Addle, Maggie, Bessie
Abott, Messrs. Glenn D., Lader D.,
Eugene Abott all of Walhalla.
Funeral service* ' will be held to
morrow at Rocky Knoll church of :
which she waa a consistent member. <
Told That There Was Ne Care for
"After suffering for over twenty
with indigestion and having
of the best doctors hers tell mo
waa no cure for rae, I think it
rlgV. to tell yon for the sake ot
sucerers as welt as yo^r o
at.a 25/cent bottle
m This is 1
for yourself, if you seek men, if yo
Twenty-five words or leta, One Tl
Six Times $1.00.
All advertisement over twenty-flv<
word. Ratea on 1,000 words to
No advertisement taken for lett i
It your nama appears tn the tale]
your want ad to 321 and a bill willi
FOB HALF-Prolific Pop Corn, puro
white and extremely tender. Un
questionably one of our best fornge
crops. Furmau Smith, Seedsman,
FOR SALE-Single comb Black Mi
norca eggs for hatching-$1.00 for
15. L. M. Murphy, care Murphy Coal
and Wood Co. Phone 726. 3-2C-6t
FOR RF NT-Store recently occ upied
' by The Intelligencer Job Printing
Department, If interested in a Une
stand und good proposition, apply
to The Intelligencer. 3-13-tf
FOR UK NT-Til ree or four nico
rooms, modern conveniences, near
in and in good neighborhood. Apply
to W. D. Simpson at Hotel Chtquo
la, Parber Shop.-3-28-3t.
FOR BENT-One one-horse Tann In
? Savannah Township with titree
room house, a good barn, cow pas
ture extra, for one bale of good
middling lint cotton weighing non
pounds. Apply to James F. Rice,
office over the old post office, An
derson, .8. C. 4-l-3tp.
Mts* Pearle Chalmer*.
Miss Pearle Chalmers, youugest
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thoa Y.
Chalmers, of the Oconee Ctatloc sec
tion ot Oconee County, died yester
day morning about eight o'clock af
ter an Illness ot some nine weeks
duration. She was a consistent mem
ber of the Bethel Presbyterian
Besides her parents she ls survived
by the following sisters and brothers:
Mrs.A. A. McMahan. Miss Maude, C.
S. Rion, John and William. The fun
eral v.-a s held at Bethel "church this
morning, being conducted by her pas
tor, Rev. Geo. M. Wilcox, i
Walhalla. 8. C.. March 30, 1015.
Best thing for constipation, sour
stomach, lacy liver and sluggish
bowels. Stops a sick headache almost
at once. Gives a most thorough and
satisfactory flushing-no pain, no
nausea. Keeps your system cleansed,
sweet and wholesome R. B. Ras
mussen, Escanaba, Mich., writes:
"Citrolax is a flue laxative, pleasant
to take, and does the work in a very
thorough manner." Children love it.
Lot the children
eggs for Easter the*
plenty of them at a
Also Turkeys. Du
Hens; all of them fi
having bevn kept
way. fqr ten
s gone. Tomorrow does not ex
)DAY is the day of Opportunity,
he coloumn of opportunities. Read J
it-if you seek a broader opening \
u want to buy or sell machinery* g
.----v-?-? - ? *? a_?g?--~i ?J
me 25 cents, Three Times 60 cents,
i words prorate, tor ?soil additional
be used In a month made oa appa- t
than 15 cents, cash In cd van oe.
phone directory yon eaa telephone
be mailed after Ita insertion for
WANTED TO MELL-Sandy Springo,
Kural Waler Works, supplies
farms with water for slock and
home. No rams and no pumps...
Erected by manufacturers. For'
prices and information, apply to
Rochester & Smith, Sandy Springs,
WANTED-To correspond, cona*
denUally, with anyone desirious ott
becoming permanently cured of the
morphine or whiskey habit. The?
KESLEY INSTITUTE, COLUM
BIA, S. C. Box 76. .
WANTED-To buy 50 to 100 Amabels
peas at $1.50 per bushel. J. Jg
Kretwell, 4-l-2wks. J
WANTED-To purchase a ?cod milk*?
cow, Jersey preferred. Write Box.
46fi, describing what you have to;?
sell, and quoting, price. :i-tl0>2fc:
WANTED-A reliable representative
in every community to act aa agent
for The Intelligencer. Liberal com
missions paid. Apply The Anderson
WANTED-Tho privilege to on re
tobacco "sers ot home. $6.00 buys
the cure. Information if desired.
THE KEELEY INSTITUTE, CO
LUMBIA, a C., Box 76.
THE PET STOVE WOOD we sell ls
certainly giving the best of satis-'
faction. How do we know? By the
repeating orders from satisfied cus
tomers. Stove wood cut any
length. B. N. Wyatt Phone 188.
DO YOU oat to live, or Jive to eat? \
Well, no matter which in either
case whenever you wish . to cat
something good, and don't care to
pay all you've got for lt, come to
the "Little Oem" Cafe, No. 128 W.
Whitner 8L, J. E. Derrick, Propr.
RUCK-EYE BARBER SHOP-Hair
cut 16c, shave 10. Best service. Sat
isfaction guaranteed. C. A. McClain,
"DR. J. E. WATSON
Office in Ligon ft Ledbetter Building.
North Main Street.
Office Phone 210.
Residence Phone 880.
have all the fresh
f want; wo have a
. low price.
i.' v -"f " v(i :.' ,'. .
icKs, Geese, and
a first class Shape,
? our Poultry run
fed and watered
iring quality poul
Iverles 2 Phones