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The cougestlon of waste and
refuse from the stomach, ferment
ing in the bowels, generates poison
ous gases tbat occasion distress
and Invito serious illness. Health
and comfort demand that this con
gestion be -speedily relieved and tho
foul mass expel .'ed?
The well founded objection
"neat people to tl}* violence of <?
tl.artic on! r-jrautivt ag*uM i?
cvercome by peing the combina
tion of simple laxative herbs wah
pepsin that Is sold in drug stores
under the name of Dr. Caldwell's
Syrup- Pepsin. A dose at night
brings relief next morning, without
discomfort or inconvenience. A
free trial bottle can be obtained by
writibg to Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 462
Washington St., Monticello, Ills.
feiMVEL FORD DEAD
Wes Brother of Hrs. C. P. S?IUvaa
of This City.
Friends in Anderson of Mr. Samuel
Ford will regret to learn of his death
at lils home in Gaffney yesterday af
ternoon at 12:45 o'clock. Hr is sur
vived by bis wife and three children.
Mr. Ford was well and favorably
known In Anderson, being a brother
of Mrs. C. P. Sullivan.
. Mrs. Sullivan went to Gaffney yes
terday to attend the funeral services.
If so, here's tho place to get your
feed. Wo carry tho full Cypher's linc
-Laying Mash, Scratch Feed, Short
Cut Alfalfa, Developing Food, for lit
tle "Biddy" chicks, Meat Scraps, and
Wheat Shorts, etc., etc.
J. M. McCowtt
Phone 22 East Whittier Street.
and very much gratified with the
liberal patronage especially this
this week. We believe that we
have given ?satire satisfaction to
oar customers old and new. Yes
for we are getting uaw customers
Today we have Red Snappers,
Spanish Mackerel, Salmon Trout?
Black Fish, Red Fins, Shad and
fine large Shrimp.
We Still Dress Them.
Phone us early ?ud of ten |
C. F. POWER & SON
201 McDtdfie Street.
. NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT.
Tito undersigned administrator of
the estate of Jno. T. Llgon, deceased,
hareby gives notice that Bhe will oh
May ll, 1915, apply to the Jodge of
probat? for Anderson County for a
final settlement of said estate and a
discharge .from hts o**ce of adminis
MARION T. LIGON,
. Anderson County. .
Caldouia Overton Devlin, Plaintiff,
Mrs. Bertha P. Scott. Hewlett Over
ton and Daisy Belie Overton, Defend
Pursuant to an order of sale grant
ed herein I will sell on Salesday in
May nest 19t5, in front ot the Court
House. In Ute City of Anderson, 8. C..
during usual hours or sale, the real
estate described as follower ts wit:
Ail that lot of land in th 9 City or
Anderson, County and State; itoresaid,
containing three tenths (3- 0) or sn
acre, more or less, bounded by Jeffer
son avenue, by lot number of five, hy
lands of Colored Building and . Loan
Association and lands of 6j>ann und
known as lot number fouf~on plat
made by G. A. MoDsvid.. May 21. 1S?5,
which wai ^corded tn the office of the
dork or court tor Anderson County,
lu Book L. L. L. page 841, Reference
to !he said plat will show that courses
an t distances.
Term,? cash. Purchaser to pay
extra tin papers. >
W. P. NICHOLSON,
Probate Judge as Special Referee.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
AU person? have claims agatnsr the
? estate of W. A. Cane? deceased, are
hereby notified to present them jrep.
?rtrtt^if thkNsndcrplsfted wlthtu
. a?d those
WHITE MAN NAMED BED
EVANS BOUND OVER TO
ALLEGED TO HAVE
HAD TWO GALLONS
Arres led Near Orr Mille By Sheriff
Gives Bond of. $200 Before
Charged with having in storage on
lita promises more than a gallon-a
month" law, a white man named Bed
Evana waa yesterday bound over to
the court of general sessions by Mag
istrate Q. H. Geiger under bond of
Evans waa arrested a tS o'clock Sat
urday afternoon in his home near Orr
Milla by Sheriff AslUey and Deputy
Sheriff Sanders. The sheriff stated
yesterday that he found two gallons
of whiskey hidden in thc man's house.
It seems that Ute arrest grew but of
the officers coming into possession of
a whiskey carton bearing tho address
of Bed Evans and billed to him at
Hartwell, Ga., and which waa jf three
gallon size. Thia lcd the officeta to
believe that the party whb, received
the package got more than one-gal
lon of whiekoy, which is tho largest
quantity one can receive .under the
new "gallon-a-month" law.
It is believed that this is the first
arrest in Anderson county unvrsr thc
recently enacted "gallon-a-month"
CONVICTS WELL TB?ATED
Prominent Business Man spends Baj
At County Contict tamp.
A prominent business man who
spent Sunday at county convict camp
No. 1, near Pendleton, as the guest
of Capt. Carl McConnell, spoke yes
terday in the highest terms of the
condition of the camp and everything
connected with it, convf-cts, mules,
"There are 31 mules in the camp
and I personally examined all ot them
and found three small sores on all
that number. I looked at the mules
because I bad heard that- Some ol
?hem were frightfully abused. I can
certainly say that there is no truth in
that report. Some of th efattcst mules
I ever Baw are' with that Pendleton
camp." ?'*.. ?"<
'Speaking of thc treatment thc con
victs are? getting, thia visitor stated
that he made inquiries among the
negroes-unbeknown to the guard
and without a s'ngle exception waa
told that Ute convicts Teccivo not
only humane treatment from Capt.
McConnell and the other guards but a
great deal better treatment than some
ot them deserve The gentleman went
on to state that any reports ic cir
culation aa to the convicts receiving
inhumane treatment arc noth bonn
out by tho facts. Tho negroes, he stat
ed, aro well cared for in health and
especially in sickness; that they are
happy, and devoted to Oielr captains.
- PIBE LAST SIGHT'
Negro House Near -Toxowsy Mills
Waa Destroyed. >
First last night destroyed a simili
house, occupied by negroes..near thc
To:, a way mill- Tho property was own
ed by Hubbard McCulty. .' N
The fire department responded to
the alarm, but as the fire was beyond
the city limits and not in reach of
ti hydrant, nothing could be done to
Better be safo titan sorry-Willett
P. Sloan. Insurance.
fold That There Was Ke Core for
"After suffering for over twenty
rears with indigestion and having
jonie of ibo best doctora here toll mo
here waa no euro for mo, I think lt
mly right to tell you for the sake of
tlbur Bucorura aa well as your own
iStlsfacUon that a 25 cent bottle of
Chamberlain's Tablets hot only re
levad me but cured me within two
uonths although I niru a man of 65
^eare,,, writes Jul. Grobien, Houston,
rexaa. Obtainable everywhere.
SOl'THEKN FAifllLY LIFE IN TUE
CIYIL WAR BAYS.
>The Warrena of Virginia," tho
LAsky-Be lasco pftotodramailc version
yt Wm J C. DeMUte's play of the same
lame, shows a phaae ot Civil war life
which has been little emphasized. This
a the home life of tho Southern fam
ilies, rich a few months before, now
patiently and courageously cudur!..?
poverty ano defeat. The drama does
lot seek to Justify the politics of
?Ither eauSe, but it muat bring closer
lo all the world the sufferings of the
^oafederacy and the nobility of the
'boya tn grey*" Blanche Sweet, who
makes her Leaky debut In this pre
ludien, playa Ute role of a Southern
tiri who ia captnrod by her own lover,
i Northern lieutenant At the Para
Oar "Jitney" Offer-This aaa Se.
DONT M UBS THUS. Cut out this
slip enclose with be to Foley A Co..
Chicago, Ht, writing your nam? and
address clearly. You will receive in
return a trial package containing
Foley's Honey and Tar Compound,
fot coughs, colds and croup; Foley
and bladder; Foley Cathartic Tftblntr.
a wholesome and thoroughly cleans
ing cathartic. Evana Pharmacy.
NEW SERIES, VOL. 1, NO. ?. W??kly. l?tobU??e* 18?; Dal?* Jan. 18, !'./.<.
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ANDERSON, S. C.,
MORNING, MA\32, 1914.
PRICE $1.50 THE YEAR,
tural Leader. j
CLEMSON COLLEGE,''Apt11 ?I!?.
U the recent meeting of the board of '
ruKteea of Clemson College, tho
ward authorized the placing of ;i
ablet; In the college chapel which
ihould pay tribute to the memory of
ho late. Col. J. S." Xe whian, Hr3t pro
essof of agriculture at'Clemkon ani}
mo ot ; the So?tb'6 most' . dlstirf- ;
tulahed'und widely known agriculv?
.ut?: ? I
CoT. Nowman' enjoyed prominence
n his chosen field both- abroad und',
lt .horns. For eight year he wu?*> *
)rofefe8,0r of agrlCdlturc, horticulture'
ind. animal. industry at the Alabama
Polytechnic'Insn:.!'. -.nui director . oft!
ho Alabama.-State texVeriinent- 'sta-jj
lon. "Frdht^therfe he c?hic? to . Clent-A
.on Coll?ge un; Ifa:<first professor a)fff
igricultur.c, aiid*-w??; also dires-'tor 'pf j'
he agricultural" dt?partmeht:.o?. the
allejfr.' >.* . ' : ' J
Heywas the author o?.'sev?ral . ag- ?
Icu i tural works, o? which the beat."
kAown- ls probably his "Southern
?ardeners' Practical Manual." He
rae always an ardent gardener, and
in earnest bollevcr in aitd worker: for
[(versification in agriculture.
Col. Newmr.n was the father1'of C/
Newman, professor of horticulture
:t Clemson College, and C. L. Kaw
ana,, professor of agronomy at North
karolina Agricultural and Mecbanl
a Warne of New Hotel Tu Bc
Opened Up In Old Y. M.
C. A. Building.
St. JanicB ls the name ot.the.new j
lots! which Afcshra. J. . C. Prcssly |
ind J V. fiarle will open up May li:
n the old Y. M. C. A. building on j
Vest ^srle street. j
Tbs -building, bas heen thoroughly
-enovated and painted inside and cat, j
^resenting the appearance o fan on
.irely new structure. These gentle-I
men announce that they will Rive j
:ir?t class accommod?t loos, the. best I
wrvices and -th? beat ol table far?. I
rh? rates wilt be. 12.Cu per day. j
You can get the news wblle lt? new !
n*Tho Morning Daily Intelligencer, j
O O O O If O Q O O O O ? 0 ,0 OOO '? 0 o
Jj BASEBALL Itksi?Lm ?
o?' . ^r*H ? I
tro o o o o 6H o,o o. o o o o o', o* ooo
;-t-.\'cw Vork' O; Philadelphia :;.
?t'Cincinnati *; St.. Lom* ?i ?, ? I
At Chicago -8, Pittsburg 7.
At Boston 7; Brooklyn morning
g?toe; Ho.ston G; Brooklyn 4, after
noon game' ' _.- I
At St. Louis 1; Chicago ti.
Al Pittsburg g; Kansas City 4.
At New Ark; lZi Baltimore li.
At'Buffalo G; Brooklyn IO.:
South Atlantic League.
St Cqlhmbm 7; . Savannah 2.
.At (?narlcston ? ; Augusta 6. .
i-'oliJinbuK G: Jacksonville-1. .
AtyMacon 1; Albany 3.
,P 'American League,
'"M' -Wglfct?gton 4 ; Bost?n . 2. . iYr1
A; Philadelphia G; New York U.
..' At Detroit fi;'Chicago'1.
> At ?St. Louis.7;'.Cleveland 2.
Mobile 0; A'tlauta;.-7-;:
^A'.^^^ ?l ^ '} I?i? "''''K'K'!U '"
a^|?''W^Vi>?vp^sity. North Carolina 3.
.At-Hai? ''iyefeto o;borgia
KltShrNE BEt'EATED FI RMAN
of Erokltuans Ventured Ten
Inning Lame With Baptist?.
GRHiBNVlLL?, April 19.--Furniarz
lost hor^first game . on ' the home
grounds/herr: this afternoon when
Krakln?'batted out a six to'four vic
tory in a ten Inning contest.' :
A th rr i- base hit by Cul luv. ay. wit!
two .'men 0?. defeated Furmau. Mc
Daniel made a three bagger earlie:
in the gytmo' scoring'two mon. Bran-j
on, first' baseman- tor Kvaklne, playe<
ntl excellent game, going- down- In th?
dirt and picking np. several low
The score follows:
R H K
Farrou-. .. . .100 020 DOO <>.-* 0 1
Erskine .. . .002 OOO 020 2--? 1* 2
f lotteries: Wharton and Brown;
Wolfe and McDaniel.
Beiit thing for constipation, sour
stomach, laxy liver and ^sluggish]
bowels. Stopa a sick headache almost j
ut once. Given a moat thorough and
satisfactory, flushing-- no pain, nu
nausea. Keeps your system cleanse?!,
owest and wholesome. 'Tl. B. Jtas
muaaen,. E*eanaba, Mich.,, writes:
"Citrolax 1? a Ano laxative, pleasant
Married; Sunday a(turaoun April 4-at
Townvillo- by the Kev. T. C. Ligon,
Mi W. J. byar und-Miss Hernjcb Ben
. -.-J, i -M.--^
,n^tt. Ioth of Fork . township."
* Married Sunday morning-April IS,
. ' ' ' ? ,y'
ut Towiiville. by :tlio Ki v. T'. < ?
Luton, Mr'., Viu.i /lUoii anet .MiHB Ella "\
Carteo,. both- of -Fork^township,:
Make Your H?^ j
Attjra<^?e on Mpr ^c?et J
To :hav(j^K^!i?st^lobM'ng.Hou9V . f f .'. ?
in thc nofehborhood should be-the- f fif arri SOU S g
! ambitiojcpvery hous^vner, -^o?/l?n? Country'* Paint I
There are so many advantagesr-' . I
economy in repairs-increased value r . 1
.* t , .1 ? - permanent Colors 9
i t ? of property-pleasant environment, _i.nnKcr Wear 1
etc* -Economy (per ye;?<s of wear) 1
Paint and Flowers ?TLTZ^, ^ a c.?-J
arc two essentials. The cort of these is smaK l'am? Products because they are the best io te 1
i when thc pleasure-and c m fort of home im- had.They have been tested by Scientific uren I
provement arc enjoyed. W? want to help and practica! painters and have always bi* en 1
you choose tho right paint for every surface. ' found to ''Give Brst Results," and most ?at?s
He?d the nexc column. factory.
,., .; ' ' * ' ,f . |,;'-r ? /
DUGAN 'S P?RSONAL GUARANTEE pf .perfect satisfaction is your protection, j
Even ir??n,;Steel, and other metals are slowly burned up by thc- oxygen in the' air/ That
v y is v/hy all the big railroads keep all their locomotives,, equipment and trestte-wbrycare?ully
painted. They have'demonstrated by scientific tests and erperiments that the tremendous
sums spent in the labor and materials for painting are not an expense, but an economy.
hs Anderson ^or ||"