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The intelligencer. (Anderson, S.C.) 1915-1917, June 09, 1915, EXTRA, Image 8

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Vacation
Days
lu (hi* day aud tlaif
everyone should ar*
ruiiKf to take a vaca
timi, (io Hourwhrr? fur
(bf ree reut Inn vt li ii li he
enjoy? the moat.
A trip to tilt aeaslde
- th? mountain* ur the
springs-IN Juni ?t hui
you need aud whut yuu
?111 thoroughly eujujr.
Of courue it lu under
stood (hut you munt be
-hod with light ?boen
that tit the fectf aud
which two (hut nifty,
stylish look about them
we nil udrclre no much.
Our eelectliin nt styl
ish shoes for Hummer in
extremely gratifying to
ns; sud we will be de*
lighted tu shun them.
Geisherg Bros. Shoe Co,
Shoes That Satisfy
Under Masonic Temple
Palmetto -IThKBafbre
THE 111 NU (THHMAN CO, PUKSKSTS
"POLITICS AND PETTICOATS"
Mo vie? for Today
"HIS AFFIANCED WIFE"
llromiio Two Keel
THE BROKEN WINDOW"
American
BIJOU TMEATEl
TODAY
'From Italy's Shares"
Two re*l Lae rm aila
"When Cupid Crossed the Bay"
Nestor Comedy
One Selected Reel To Be Added
CALOMEL DYNAMITES YOUR LIVER!
MAKES YOU SICK AND SALIVATES
i ?-?
"Ootfsoi'i Um TIN" Starts Yow Uv*
Bmw Itel Gilead ul Yw Dui
Un i Oil's Wuk
Liven up your sluggish' liver! Feel
Una and cheerful; make your work a
pleasure; be vigorous and full of ambi
tion. But ' take no nasty, dangerous
?slpmel because it makes you ska and
you may loee, a day's work.
Calomel is mercury or quicksilver
T'bicft eauses necrosis of the bornea.
Calomel crashes Into sour bile like
d/camite. breaking it up. That's when
you feel that awful nausea and cramping.
. Listen to mel you want to enjoy
the nioeet, gentlest liver sad bowel
cleansing vpn ?rar arpar' -wed just take
? spooitfBW hwnlew *. ^Uoa'a Liver
Tone tonight Tour druggist or dealer
sells you a SO seat (wttl? of Dodson's
Liver Tone under my personal money
back guarantee that each spoonful will
clean your ?Iu?gish liver better than a
dos? ot nasty calonwl and that it won't
make you sick.
Dodson'.? Liver Tone H real liver
Hird ic inf. You'll know it next morning
liecauas you will wats up' feeling lin*,
your liver will be working; headache
and dizziness gan*; stomach will be
sweet and bowels regular.
Dodson's Liver Tone ls entirelv vege
table, therefore harmless ami can not
salivate. (?ive it to your children.
Millions of people ?re using Dodson's
Liver Tone instead of dangerous ealotnel
now. Your druggist will tell you that
tba sale of Calomel i? almost stopped
.atixsly bsxt.
LOGAN IO BE TRIED
ON NEXT THURSDAY
CASE WAS CALLED IN ABBE
VILLE YESTERDAY BUT
WAS PISTPONED
MURDER MRS. SCOTT
Murder Was Cause of Much Ex
citement and One of Most
Horrible in This Section.
The cas?? of Charlie Logan, indicted
for murder, wiio it in claimed mur
dered Mrs. M. B. Scott in her home
near Loundcsvllle on the night of
March IC. was called in sessions
court in Abbeville yvsterday ut noon
hut the defendant claimed the three
dayB allowed hy law and th*? ?ase was
postponed until Thursday.
The murder, which was one of the
most horrible that has ever occurred
In tills section, created u great deal
of attention at the time and there wa?
much excitement (?round Lowndes
vllle. The neonle of Anderson and
Vicinity will await the result of the
trial with much interest.
The fol owing was received In re
gard to the case last night:
Abbeville, June 8. -The Scott case
was called Tuesday at noon. ?. H.
lilli und J. Howard Moore were ap
pointed to defend Logan hut the de
tendant (calms the three days al
lowed bv law which postpones the
case uh ti) Thursday.
NAMESIECO?OIIEEK
JURORS WERE DRAWN
Civil Court Will Convene on June
21-L?t of Names
Drawn.
The names of jurors tor the second
week of civil court, which convene.-.
On June ?1, were drawn yesterday
morning as follows:
Q. W. Bagwell, Anderson.
R. M. Smith. Varennes.
J. V. Kay, Honea Path.
John T. Long. Garvin.
T. V. Ivester, Varennes.
W. T. Moore. Wllliamston.
P. B. Martin, Honea Path.
E. A Whitmlre, WiUiamston.
J. A. Hall. Anderson.
C. O. Harris, Garni.
L. L. Bradley, Anderson.
E. E. Qruber. Belton.
W. H. Shearer, Anderson.
C. S. Shirley. Fork.
TV. H. Olenn, Savannah.
Lc W. Wem. Belton.
J. M. Bell. Anderson.
W. C. Shirley. Martin.
P. F. Arnold, Martin.
1). K. Taylor. Anderson.
A. Ft. Poore, Belton.
W. W. Ellison. Willlamstou.
T. W. Belcher. Hall.
!.. A. Glenn. Centervllle.
W. D. Spearman. Brushy Creek.
H. S- Brooks, Hopewell.
O. J. Bee, Anderson.
W. A. Buchannon, Rock Mills.
W. A. Messey. Pendleton.
C. M. Willingham. Broadaay.
A. O. Pepper, Brushy Creek.
Claude English. Anti-evil lc.
Thomas R. Watt. Corner.
J. A. Gentry. Broadaway.
W. W. Scott. Varennes.
Personal j
Misses Ramelle and Lorena Nichol
son attended commencement exercises
at Clemson College.
Mr. Jehu Milford of Iva passed
through the city yesterday en route
to Greenville where he will spend
several days.
Mr. J. H. Bell of Wllllamtson wac
ia the city yesterday.
Mrs. J. M. Bell has gone to Wil
liamston to spend several days with
ker mother, Mrs. L. H. -Seel.
Mrs. J. M. Nicholson and Mis*
Martha Richardson attended the
commencement exercises at Clemson
College.
A party from Anderson who attend
ed the dance at Clemson Monday
night included Messrs. r?ilph Smith
Louis Green, Sam Hunter, Melvin
Means and Dr. Major.
Mr; G. W. Palmer, who is % rising
senior at Wofford College, passed
through the city yesterday en route
lo his home at Pendleton.
Mr. Frank Watkins returned from
Atlanta yesterday where he had been
on a short business trip.
Mr. A. W. Meredith of Town ville
was among the visitors here yester
day.
Prof. CK. Wright of Belton, who
waa on hts way home from Nicholls,
Ga., where he bad been teaching for
the past year, passed through An
derson yesterday.
Mrs. Fred Dean and Mrs. Dewitt
Dean of Starr were In the city yes
terday.
Palm Beach
Suits
$5.00 to $10.00
Cep/r.gKt * o ac.
I nter wovenH^s iery
Guaranteed
25c and 50c
Every Shirt
Guaranteed
$1.00 to $2.50
Clean Cut, Thorough
bred People, want, and
insist on having, that sort of Clothes.
-You'll find them here at their best;-a big choice
of styles and models; a wonderfully interesting variety
of patterns;-the best tailoring that money can buy.
-Of course, it goes without saying that not every Clothing Store
carries that sort of Clothes; some stores don't know where to get them;
many lack the experience and judgment to make intelligent selection
from the hundreds of makers' offerings; many stores haven't the pat
ronage that appreciates the refinements in these things.
-?But we f ^tter ourselves that this store qualifies
in all these regards. If you doubt it, let us show you.
Come in and see them.
Prices $10.00 to $25.00
Parker & Bolt
The One Price Clothiers
Wilton Bros.'
Union Suits
$1.00
BAR ASSOCIATION MEI
YESTERDAY AFTERNOON
WENT OVER CASES TO BE
TRIED AT APPROACHING
TERM CIVIL COURT.
MEET AGAIN FRIDAY
Committee Appointed to Arrange
Entertainment for T. S. Sease,
Presiding Judge.
. "? . i
The Anderson Dar association held
a meeting yesterday afternoon In the
county court room and the cases
which will come for trial at the ap
proaching term of civil court were
gone over. However the roster waa
oot arranged because of the absence
of several attorney? who are out of
town attending to business. Another
meeting will be held on next Friday
afternoon at 4:30 at which rime the
roster will be arranged.
Mr. Samuel L. Prince stated yes
terday afternoon that at the meeting
held yesterday it was decided to give
an entertainment for the presiding
iudge. Hon. T. S. Sease, during his
stay here. These entertainments have
almost become a custom and always
looked forward to with much inter*
est. They are always pleasant oc
casions and bring the members of the
har and the judges into close touch
and In thin way much benefit is de
rived .
A committee consisting of Messrs.
T. Frank Watkins, L. L. Rice and
T. P. Dickson was appointed to ar
range for tbis entertainment.
MAKE WORK EASIER
Anderson People Are Pleased to Learn
How lt Has B*en Done.
lt's pretty hard to attend to duties
With a constantly aching back;
With annoying urinary disorders.
Doan's Kidney Pills have made
work easter.
So thousands hsve gratefully testi
fied.
They're for bad backs.
They're for weak kidneys.
Anderson people fatefully recom
mend Doan's.
Mrs. J, L. Brewer. 82? Ella St., An
derson, says: "My back waa so lame
and my kidneys BO weak that I could
hsrdly aend over to put on my shoes.
I was very nervous, irritable and tired
easily. It was only with great diffi
culty that I could do mr housework
and the kidney secretions caused me
no end of annoyance. When I read
about Doan's Kidney Pills, I got some
at Evans' Pharmacy and the first few
doses helped me. One box cured me."
Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy-get
Doan's Kidney Pills-the same that
Brewer had. Foater-Mllbum Co.,
Props.. Buffalo, N. Y.
How to Make a Read Drag.
Please write ms how to make a
rosd drag, and how to use the same.
-Herman Ould.
Answer :- If you wish to know how
to make a road drag s?snd to the Unit
ed States department of agriculture,
Washington, D. c:, tor Fanner's Bul
letin No. 321-"A Split Log Drag on
Earth Roads." We would suggest
that you also write your State high
way commission for further informa
tion.-The Progressive armer.
?3 lkmm l ?mi-I*?Aw?-Basia* sMU*
(jossard
They Lace In front
$2.00 to $10.00
Fitted by oar Corsetlere.
D. GEISBERG
WHEN
you sre en arrow,
what do you thing of?
Of Course t
WHY
Because it goes straight to the
spot!
ANNUAL MEETING HELD
AT PEOPLES DIL MILL
Directors Wera Elected for Next
Year and Various Reports
Wera Heard.
The annual meeting of the stock
holders and board of directors of
the People's Oil mill was held Tues
day morning al the mill at ll o'clock.
The meeting of the stockholders came
first and only routine business was
transacted. The report of the secre
tary and treasurer was a very grati
fying on J and the stockholders are
delighted with the results.
The following were elected as di
rectors: L. N. Oeer. J. F. Watson,
W. W. Leathers. Robert Moorhead.
R. J. Smith, ?. W. Pruitt, D. S. Van
diver, Wade A. Watson, Dr. J. C.
Harria.
Mr. L. N. Oser was elected as
president and general manager for
the c jmlng year. Mr. Qeer has made
a very able president and manager
and desertes the re-election. Mr. J.
B. Farmer, wan also re-elected to his
position sa secretary and treasurer
of the concern.
The "dishrag"' oe it genera'.1/ exists
should be avoided In th? dairy- A
brash and some good washing pow
der chould take Ita olees. -Tue Pro
gressive armer.
Love of money ls the root of all evil
-and moat every man yon meet la
carefully cultivating a fine specimen
ot th? root in his garden.-Barnwell
Sentinel.
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Anderson, Beltor, Greenville.
An average cost of two " cents a mile provides
for operating and maintaining a Ford car. And
"Ford After Service for Ford Owners" assures
the continuous use of your car. In every contin
gency there's a Ford dealer near by, with a com
plete stock of parts.
Barring the unforeseen, each retail buyer of a nev
Ford car betwee i August, 1914 and August, 1915,
will receive from $40 to $60 as a share of the
Ford Moto? Company's profits.
Runabout $440; Touring Car $490; Coupelet $750; Sada?
$075; f. o. h. Detroit with all equipment. On display
and aale at
TODD AUTO SHOP
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