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SULLIVAN HARDWARE CO.
Carolinas Greatest Hardware Store j
C. GADSDEN SAYRE
405-406 Bl?ckley BvQdmg
Anderson, S. C.
Chisholm, Trowbridge & Suggo
Now Theatre Bonding
W. Whittier St
Toa can buy a bottle of Dr. Hilton's
Life For The Liver and Kidneys No.
2, and cleanse your system from all
impurities of your body, and sara
lots of sickness and lost time. Price
26 and 60 couts. -
For sale by all druggists."
PrletrttMiUyt. jwjttirraw T%wmu
Columbia. 8. C.
DONT CARRY A HANDICAP
A THROUGH LIER.
Did you ever stop to think that
uur every action, every thought,
your disposition, and character are
influenced every day by the condi
tion of your Liver? Failure in Ufa
may be the direct result ot a disor
Dr. Hilton's Life For The Liver and j
Kidneys will keep your liver In per*
feet condition. Get a bottle.
For Sale by all Druggists.
MURRAY DRUG CO., Distributora
Colombia, 8. C.
Married June 17, 1915, near Town
vie, by Rev. T. C. Ligon, Mr. W. K.
Garrett and Miss Sallie Coats, both
ot Fork' township, Anderson county.
Only a Few Caa Go,
Those who are BO fortunate that ex- '
pense does not have to be considered
are now going to health resorts to
get rid of .the impurities In the sys
tem that cause rheumatism, backache,
swollen, aching Joints nd asUff, pain''
ful muscles. If you are ono of those
who cannot go, yet feel that you need
relief from such pain and misery, try
Foley Kidney Pills. They res toro
the kidneys to healthful acUylty and
irinrnr 11 Ttemm^mtimmXmW?BmWS?^
A Message For Every
One Who Is Looking
For a Home of Their
I still have sgme tine tracts of land for
sale in Anderson, Abbeville and Oconee
I want to remind all who are in the mar
ket for the purchase of a farm this sum-.
mer or next fall to keep me in mind. I
havs? placed more men; young and old, on
farms of theil own than any other man in
I have the right price and can make
ternis to suit all purchasers. Whether you
want to pay cash or on easy ternis,- se? me
before you buy and I can make it to your
interest to'buy from me.
I have these lands in tracts from 36
acres to i;500 acres, therefore can get up
any size tract you want.
When in town call at my office at 134
East Benson Street and let us talk over this
matter with you. If you have been rent
ing land quit that kind of business and
own your own; or if you already own
your farm and want more land or want to
trade your farm, come in and see me.
??fi ) j. j Yours very truly,
X J. Fretwell
WILLIAM? '! HAVE
Extensive Pr?parations Under
Way For Large Attend
ance July 28-30.
It is not going to be very long till
tho time for the farmers chautauqua
will be here and you want to begin
making preparations to attend. We
waut to be able to say at the close
of this chautauqua that Wllliamston
has held the largest and most valuable
farmers meeting ever held in the Unit
We can, and we are going to, but
you will hav? to belp us make lt so.
for you are a part of this community
and a part of South Carolina and this
state can't do Its best without your
very best energies and soul being
thrown heartily Into lt. We know
you are going to begin work, in fact,
we know you are alrealdy at work ad
vertising by telling your neighbors
and writing your friends about the
Willlamston Farmers Chautauqua.
You ar? rounding up your work so
you ca nturn your farm loose for
these three days and 1st give your
time and life and soul to the chautau
qua for the entire three days. It
Is not simply going to be a dry-farm
ing affair. It is going to be filled
to the brim with live things and you
are going to be the livest tiling there.
We are going to have some of the
best speakers In the nation to ad
dress us, one bf the best bands in the
South will furnish the music and your
two colleges, Clemson and Winthrop,
are going to supply the real Behool
work. You come and put in two hours
each for the three d?.ys bi the meet
tags conducted by those two institu
tions and you will have received a
real shurt course in agriculture.
The program for the first day has
JuBt about been completed. Gov.
Richard I. Manning will deliver the
opening address. Dr. D. B. John
son, president Winthrop College will
follow the governor with an address
on the subject, "The Rural Home and
In the afternoon, the meeting wiii
be divided into four or five divisions,
under'the direction of Clemson and
Winthrop colleges. The men will be
devlded into two sections. Prof.
Barton of Clemson will have charge
of one meeting and will conduct a
course of study on soil improvement.
This will not be a dry-farm meeting;
but a real Ure meeting In which you
are going to be one of the chief fae*
Messrs. Calvin and Williams of
Clemson will hold another meeting at J
mimkWkWfmmkWlk^ tlmo <"? fee
subject of HVe Htock. They are going
to have the stock there to use as text
books, so you will be able to see Just
what you are going to loam aa wall
as bear about it.
The Women, will assemble in the
public school building where Miss
Edith L. Parrott with the assistance
of her four efficient helpers will con
duct a practical demonstration meet
ing on the subjects as home canning,
home gardening, bom? cooking,
housekeeping, care of babies, bow to
feed babies, etc.
At the same hour other of Misa Par
rotts' assistants will bold a meeting
with the girls. This will be one of
the best meetings of all, for Anderson
county girls know how to make a
meeting Interesting and they are go
ing to be the slrls ont of which this
meeUng will be composed. i
Away off In the edge of the woods.
Prof. Cnaa. R .Weeks, of Winthrop
college will bold a meeting with ti?
boys. He la going to the woods boys,
so you may talk as loud aa you please
an<i disturb none of the other meet
ings. I think Prof. Weeks expects
to have a few cows, hones, pigs
chickens, ropes, .and sore toes to give
added zest to the meettag.
. After the class work ls over the
band will assemble the people In the
main auditorium where we will lis
ten to a lecture by Mr. O. B. Mar
tin, of Washington. M.. Martin will
be no stranger to you. for he used to
live near you and you made such a
big man of hun Washington came
down and took him away, but they
have agreed to lend him back to you
for two days during the fanners chau
tauqua. You want to be sure a ou
bear your old neighbor; that face of
bis ls Just as full of sunshine as ever
and bia speech ls far fuller of food
than in the past when he was among
At night there will be a meeting
more along popular lines. It will be
opened with a concert by the band
which will be followed by some good
speaker along on some popular sub
Second and Third Days.
These days will be even better than
the first day and we will announce
the program for. these days shortly.
The afternoon work ?411 be very simi
lar to the afternoon of the first day.
Toe raison for thia ls so you may
come aMd attend the soil Improvement
i meeting the first day and attona tbs
live stock meeUng the second day and !
the market selling meeting the third
Kadket Belling Meeting.
The Sonto baa learned bow to pro*
duce fairly well but have learned very
I Utile about bow to profitably ?ell our
produce after lt was made and there
la where th? southern farmer has
been coming at th?
been coming oat at tb? "little end of
. th? horn." Hon. C. E. -Bassett, spec
C ASTO R I A
For Infanta aad Children
Iii UM For Over 30 Year*
TheyLacQ In front
$2.00 to $10.00
fitted by oir Corsetlere.
When in Andersen eat at the]
Fine Cooking ?nd Special
Dishes each day
G. D. ANTON OKAS, Prop.
tal I?t in co-operative organization,
from tbe bureau of marketa at Wash
ington will bo present and deliver
an address on the afternoon ot the
third day, but will likely be with us
during the three days and conduct a
Behool on profitable marketing each
afternoon, ?lhere each farmer may
go and learn in detail just what be
wants to know about how to sell his
Exhibits and D?monstrations.
Furman Smith Seed Co., Anderson,
will have one of the beat and most
beautiful seed exhibits ever pr?sentai
\ to tbe eye of th South Carolina farm
I er. Mr. Smith has said be was going
I to do it and when he saya a thing it
is jUBt as Barne as "did."
Hon. E. J. Watson, agriculture
who gave such.- A splendid exbibit last
year will bave a brand new exhibit
this year, which will be even larger
I and better than the one- he gave us
There are going to be a number of
farm implements people present with
farm machinery of various deser
tions and will not only have lt there
for you to look st but will give ac
tual demonstration, so you may not
only see but learn how to use im
proved machinery, in case you have
n?t already- learned.
Remember lt Is free. You will not
have to" psy" one cent admission to
any of the mast bags, and any one of
them will be Wall worth a dollar,
thereore lt you attend all the meet
ings during th? three; days you will
hnvo easily mads $11?,00 vor?h of j
information that may be taken and
applied to your farm which will grow
Into hundreds of dollars ks thc years
go by. 1
We are looking tor you July 28-2'J
ME YOUR SICK SKIN WEIL
It you suffer from eczema, itch,
pimples, etc., give Zemorine a trial. It
stops the itching, allays the Irritation
and soon your alda ts restored to a
healthy condition. For sale by Evans'
.Pharmacy, Anderson; W. W. Griffin,
'Pelzer; Horton's Pharmacy, Belton;
Donald Drug Store, Monea Path; Bu
I forl-Qrlffln Co., Williams ton.
Townviile, June 18.-After a care fal
examination of the school records, Mr.
Witt baa been able to compile the fol
lowing statistics in regard to the at
tendnce of the various students at the
Townvllle High school during the
past session. The unusually hard,
rainy wanter prevented better attend
In the drat grade Masters Roy Bole
Iman and Dan Kay bad perfect attend
ance. In the other grades, Messrs.
Thamer Galloway and Buster Price
and Misses Bernice King, Ines and
I Willie Sue Boleman and Eliza and
Doria Price were not absent during
I the session.
Absent only one day : Messrs James
j Price and Max Hunt and Misses Etta
I Whitfield and Lottie Bell Boleman.
Misses Adella Gilsa and Clara Dirk-'
Ison were absent twice.
The following were absent five times
or less: Namely, Messrs. Raymond
Gaines, Ben- Dickson. Frank Giles,
Claude Fant, Thompsou Grnbbs aad
Joe and Fred Kay and Miases M ?ele
Gsines. Eunice Gaut, Mae Shirley, Ines
King and MaUlda and Gertduo" Whit
These statistics were compiled from,
the day the student entered until tbe]
day the school closed.
Mr. J. R. Fant has been comm isl
stoned aa trustee to succeed tbe* lats]
I Mr. J. Walter Dickson.
I Deep Pit Torn fa Earth by Gas Empf
Quite a remarkable earth eruptlod
I occurred near 8lnton, Texas, recently!
I a fer gaa had been struck at a dept
i of 2,200 feet, at a new well which wa
being sunk. When the stratum hold
lng the gas waa reached by the drU
the casing that lined the bore Wi
blown for a considerable distance ti
to the air by tin terrible force of th
flow. For approximately three week
the well remained uncapped and thj
gas shot oat te great volumes. Thr
without warning, a hole 75 feet
I diameter aad extending presumably i
the bottom ot the original well,
blown ia the earth. Ahnest barned-!
lately this fissure fr as flited, to with^
In 100 feet of tbe Surface, with bolln
lng water. .All the well-drilling
cblnery disappeared In the great pit
-From Jnv Popular Mechtai
Twenty-flTe wonts or lew, OB? Y>I
Bfx Times 1L00.
All advertisement over twenty-fl??
word. Hates on 1,000 words to
No advertisement taken tor lesa t
If yonr nama appears in th? tal?]
yoar want ad to III and a bill wUil
SOWING SEASON-June is the prop.
. er month for aowing of Rutabaga
Turnips. Prepare thorough seed
bcd and HOW in the dust for beat
results. We have the right seed
stock, at flfV cents per pound de
livered by parcel post. FURMAN
SUBSCRIPTIONS TO HAILY INTEL
I.IUENCEK AT REDUCED PRICE
During the Daily Intelligencer con
test which closed March, 1914, in or
der to secure voles to win the cap
ital prise, I purchased a number of
subscriptions to the Daily Intelli
gencer at ?he rate of $5.00 a year.
In order to get some of the money
back which I put into the contest,
I will sell a limited number of sub
scriptions to the Dally Intelligencer
at the rate of $3.00 a year tb anyone
wishing to subscribe or renew their
subscription to this paper, or at a
rate of $1.26 a year to Ute Semi
weekly Intelligencer. If interested,
address P. O. Box 347, Anderson,
S. C. 6-17U
I am now ready to grind the new
crop. My mill has been thoroughly
overhauled and is in fine shape. Terms
same as heretofore-one-tenth of the
J. L. JACKSON.
LESS MEAT IF BACK
AND KIDNEYS HURT!
Take a Glass of Salta to Flush
Kidneys if Bladder
Easting meat regularly eventually
produces kidney trouble In some form I
or other, Bays a well-known author- j
ity, because 'he uric acid in meat ex
cites the kidneys, they become over
worked; get sluggish; clog up and
cause all sorts of distress, partlcular
1** backache and misery In the kidney
i.gion; rheumatic twinges, severe!
headaches, acid stomach, constipation,
torpid liver, sleeplesness, bladder and j
The moment your back hurts or |
kiuroyB aren't acting right, or if blad
der bothers you, get about four ounces
of Jad Salts from any good pharmacy;
take a tablespoonful in a glass of wa
ter before breakfast for a few days
and your kidneys will then act fuM.
I This famous salts ls made from tbe|
acid of grapes and lemon Juice, com
I bined with lithla, and has been used
for generations to flush clogged kid
neys and stimulate 'hem to normal
activity; *>*<ia to neutralize the acids
In the url'je so it no longer Irritates,
thus en?' ng bladder disorders.
Jad fcaHs cannot injure anyone;
makes a delightful effervescent llthla
water drink which millions of men and
women txke now and then to keep tho I
kidneys aud urinary organs clean, thus |
?voiding serious kidney disease.
Fire At Seneca.
Seneca, June 19.-A small brick
building Just across the railroad from
tho depot was burned early Monday
morning. The building was owned by
Mr. Thoa. Lumpkln. and was being
operated as a restaurant by Mr. J. A.
CarroKV The fire was caused by an ex
pjloaiou from a gasoline ste,?, and the
conflagration took place so quick that
tm? SS cen'?, Tam Timse M ??ata,
. word* prorata tor ?ach additional
be asea In a i->ontb mada on appu
than SE cants, ?aaa la ad ran es.
phone directory yea can telephone
ba malled attar ?ta ' nsrtloa far
? 0 1
FOU SALE-Limited amount polecat
peas and few Wbippoowhil peas. Ap
ply to J. B. Felton, county super
intendent of education's office.
WANTED-A reliable representative
In every community to act as agent
for Tb? Intelligencer. Liberal com
missions paid. Apply The Anderson
WANTED-You to know that I am
still on the job with the best wood
and coal on the market, lt you
don't believe lt try me. W. 0.
Dimer, Phone 649. Successor to
Piedmont Coal and Wood Co.
WANTED-1 JU to know that we have
the best equipped barber shop, the
b-'st barbers, and the most sanitary
shop In the city. Come and B<S?> for
yourself. Sanitary Barber Shop, Un
derneath Dime Savings Bank.
WANTED-To exchange family horse,
two-seated buggy and set of har
ness for two milch cows worth at
least $50 each E. G. EVANS, Pen
dleton. 8. C. , 6-20-lt
WANTED-To sell one Wales Adding
Machine at a bargain; also one 9
d rawer National Cash Register at
sacrifico. OSBORNE ft PEARBON.
INCOME TAX PAYEES TAO
The time for znaxtrjg Income Tax
Returns will close the lat of July.
All who fall to make Income tax by
that time will have to pay cost and
penalty. This is from Carlton W.
Sawyer,' Comptroller General, at Co
lumbia, 8. C., so I would be glad to
have you make these roturas at once,
so your Auditor will not be embar
Those who refusa to maka Income
Tax Returns will be compelled to do
so -t heavy cost This is the law and
so long as lt ls, I will have io enforce
lt for Anderson County.
- Winston Smith,
WORK DONE FOB THE COUNTY
AND PURCHASES FOB THE
The public is again warned that on
ly such work done on tho public roads,
of the county as ls authorised by the
supervisor or one ot the Board of
Commissioners will be paid by the
Board of Commissioners. The only
persons authorized to buy material,
goods, wares and merchandise for the
county, are the supervisor, the. count*
commissioners, the stsward ot the
county home and the sergeants of the
chain gangs. All these parties are
equipped with order books and order*',
must be attached to all accounts. Ali
claims not made in pursuance of
above conditions will be disapprov
ed and payment refused.
J. MACK KINO,
June 4th, 1916.
"In order to encourage hog raising
Anderson county the Farmers and
Eerchants Bank will be pleased to
an money to young farmer boys to
iy a pair, of hogs of. .good strain of
|ood and In this, way enable them to
ike a beginning In bog raising. We
Hi also be glad to sid them in get
lg cattle ot good stock to raise
un. We will also aid them as far
wa caa In finding ?nd purchasing
hogs and cattle. We will lend
?rn this money at a very moderate
te of Interest.
fhe business If properly looked af
wlll be self-sustaining in a little
ille and will then become a source
"J. I. BROWNLEE,
Cia!sis Ag?as) Ute County.
ill claims against th? county must
filed with Oie clerk ot the county
missioners on or by the 1st >*y ot
bh month In order that said claims
^y receive attention at the next
ird meetings. Chums not so filed
111 ba laid sslde for thirty days.
J. Mack King,
ay SS, 1616.
Notice O?d Fellows t
?rilag Lodge No."44. will meat on
night at 7:30 p. m. for
"Made in Anderton" Plumbers
We Now Have
J. P. TODD, N. A. VOYLES and
"OLD FAT" in our employ.
Every one an A Ne. 1 Coed
Experienced, Tried and True
Remember please, that we can and
will send you the man beat suited
to your needs; so, when its need
of anything in plumbing, phone
Glenn Plumbing Co.
. The Plumb Good Plumber*.
MS Bose Hill. Phones 928 ana 6*8
.We A?e There With the
Goods and Our Price?
NVhat are we talking about?
Meat! Fish! and Produce!
We are out here on West Mari**
Street, out of the "High Rent Dis
Irict," with small expenses, and
?uick Delivery, so why hesitate?,
fry us ONCE ! If we fail to meet
your expectation, Don't Try Us
i; But We Will Come Across!
457 W. Market Phone SS?
VBBZSSSS I I , , LIJ-iLJ-JU-^UIUU
We have Fresh CounJ^ Beans,
Squash, Irish Potatoes, ^Cabbage,
large Onions, White Peas, nice
large Pine Apples 10 and 15 eis,
Frying Chickens, Fresh Country
Butler, Dewberries, Eggs, Fresh
Fish, Bream, Bass, Pike, Sheep
head, Redfins, Trout.
Phone us early. Phone i 17.
Give us time to dress the tish