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Lusitania Victim ! - London, July 19.-A body supposed to be that of Linden W. Hates, Jr.. of New York, **ho lost his life on the .Lusitania, has been washed ashore on the Limerick coast. A telegram from Consul Frost, at Queenstown, to New ton B. Knox, a friend of Bates, said a watch, and cigarette case with 'Bate's monogram were found on thc body. The measurements of Die body also tally. Columbia, July 19.-Many matters will be discus*.^ at the anuual meet ing of the South karolina State Farm ers' unlon'to be held in Columbia, July 28. The officers for the year will be elected and the next meeting place selected. J. Whltner Reid, secretary, is arranging thc program for the convention, _? Condensed Passenger Schedule. PIEDMONT & NORTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY Effective June 6, 1915. ANDERSON: Arrivals . 7:35 A. M. .9:35 A. M. .11:40 A. M. .1:10 P. M. .3:40 P. M. . 6:00 P. M. . 6:50 P. M .10:20 P. M. Departureo .6:25 A. M. .8:25 A M. .10:30 A. M. .12:10 P. M. .2:30 P. M. .4:60 P. M. .6:40 P. M. .9:15 P. M. C. S. ALLEN, _Traffic Manager. No. 31. No. 33. No. 35. No. 37. No. 39. No. 41. No. 43. No. 45. No. 30. No. 32. No. 34. No. 36 No. 38 No. 40 No. 42 No. 44 MCPHERSON MAY DIE FROM WOUND Solicitor Cooper Goes to Water loo to Take Statement of Wounded Man. i Laurens. July IS.-Solicitor R. A. Cooper was asked to go to Waterloo township yesterday to take the state ment of John K. McPherson, a well known citizen and substantial fanner, who is said to be lu a critical condi tion as the result of a pistol wound which he received in his leg several days ago at the hands, it is alleged, of Will O. Martin, a neighbor. The bullet, of large calibre, passed through McPherson's left leg above the knee, shattering tho bone, lt is said. Un to Saturday night lie appear ed to be getting on very well the wounded member having been placed in a plaster cast and the patient made as comfortable as possible. Today his condition ?s regarded as serious; bene,, the visit of thc solicitor to the man's bedside. McPherson ls about f>0 years of agc and has a large family. Charleston & Western Carolina Railway _____ / To and From the NORTH, SOUTH, EAST, WEST Leaves: No. 22 . . .. .6:08 A. M. No. 6 . . . .3:37 P. M. Arrives: No. 21 . . .11:15 A. M. No. 5 ... . 3:07 P. M. Information, Schedules, rates, etc., promptly given. E. WILLIAMS, G. P. A., _Augusta, Ga. Screen Door and Window Bargains Closing Ont Stock at Co s SCREEN DOORS. REGULAR PRICE REDUCED PRICE $1.00 $0.69 1.10 .71 1.50 .96 1.75 " 1.17 2.00 1.25 SCREEN WINDOWS. REGULAR PRICE REDUCED PRICE $0.35 $0.22 .45 .25 .50 .31 .60. .35 You should take advantage of this oppor tunity to get these goods at these greatly re duced prices. SULLIVAN HARDWARE CO. EXCURSION To SP ART ANf?URG, S. C Via PIEDMONT & NORTHERN RAILWAY CO. Tuesday, July 20th, 1915. Account WESLEY BIBLE CLASS FEDERATION Special Trans will be operated from Andersen and Greenwood, lear tag- An dersoa at 7JA0 A. MN tickets gaol returning en special tra?as from Spartaa burg at 6 t2? P. Sf. and 10 tOO P. M. From i Leave Bound Trip Faro Greenwood. 7:00 A. M. $UW Hedge*. .Y : 17 A.. M. ?M Shoals Junction.7:27 A.M. LOO Donalds.7:33 A. M. . LIM Anderson. 7:30 A. M. .70 Boara Path.7:43 A. M. .76 Belton. .8:00 A. M. J6 WIHIsttston.K:IP A. M. .75 Pr^r li.SifV A. M. .7* Pk-dsaont. 8?*5 A. M. .76 Greenville. .OtlO A. M. .76 Taylor.?t8i A. M. JSO Chick Springs.?i37 A. M. .*?. ?Ncr ..146 A.M. ?6P Daaean.??64 A. M. A9 Tacadau.10:05 A. M. .35 , Arrive Spartanhurg.Mxtt A. M. Leave Spartauburg returning at 6:85 P. M., ana 10:00 P. M. * The abete fares applies te adults. Fares for children nuder twelve yean i>4 age will be eue-half the fare Hinted. Reduced rates will apply fresa all s tat lens; tickets will he sold oa lae train by tab Condccter. BOfc'T FOKGE? TKB BATE, THURSDAY, Jt'LY 90TII. Plan BOW Bad If yea phone year ticket agent how sssBy yea will carry In your nerty, we will Tratte Maasger. rHE COMMERCIAL GRADING OF CORN tirades Fixed by Secretary ott Ag riculture Generally Adopted Throughout Country. Washington, July 19.-Tho grades Tor commercial corn which were prom ulgated by the secretary of agricul ture ott January 3, 1914, and which went into effect on July 1, 1914. have heen generally adopted throughout the L-orn belt and in the cities In that part of thc United States and at the Calf ports, but are liol in use in the cities along thc Atlantic seaboard. The grades include the c'arslfication of white, yellow and mixed f urn into six grades and "sample" a J have been recognized by tlie Crains Dealers' Na tional association, the state associa tions affiliated with this organization, the state grain inspection departments af Washington, Minnesota, Illinois. Missouri, Kansas, Oklahoma, and the department of agriculture, commerce, and industries of the state ot South Carolina. In order that thc producers, u? alors and consumers throughout the Unit ed Slates may more fully understand the correct interpretation of the gov ernment corn grades, somewhat de tailed explanations are given in thc new bulletin of the United States de partment of agriculture. No. 168, grades for commercial corn. The classification which was made by the secretary and became effective July 1, 1914, divided commercial corn into 6 classes and "sample," thc classifica tion being baaed on tho moisturp con tent of thc corn, the color, the amount of damage, foreign material and crack ed corn, lt also included 11 general rules for making this classification. Necessarily even with the definite lim its for the mort important facto, s. points will arise on which the best ex perts may r-iffcr. For thi:; reason, the bulletin gives somewhat In detail methods of securing a representativo samplo from bulk corn, mixing sam ples for detailed analyses, the size of samples, slever for screening, mois ture tests, determining thc amount of damage of corn, foreign material and cracked corn. It also includes a color plate which represents, as near ly as possible, tho various types of kernels from the standpoint of color. This bulletin may bo had free upon application to the United Stages De partment of Agriculture, Wellington. D. C., as long as thc supply lasts. For Hay Fever or Asthma. Many persons dread July on account nf tho recurrence of hay fever. Foley'B Honey and Tar Compound long has been recognized as the ideal remedy for hay fever and asthma, because lt heals and soothes that raw, rasping feeling In the throat and eases the choking sensation. It allays inbam matlon and irritation and brings about easy and natural breathing. Contains no habit-forming drugs. Evans Phar macy. BIG DECREASE IN FERTILIZER SALES Over $100,000 Less Than Last Year-Clemson College Of' ficials Make deport. Clemson College, July 19.-The fer tilizer tag tax for the year ending June 30, 1915, was $155,859.76, more than one hundred thousand dollars less than the amount collected during the year ending June 30, 1914. This fiaal report was made by the presi dent of Clemson College to the recent meeting of the board ot trustees. President Riggs stated that the tax had fallen to such a low amount that lt was due only to a surplus of $67, 192.84 from the year before that the college was able to get through the year without borrowing money. Tho fertilizer tax and the * balance on hand at the beginning of the year together amounted to approximately $rJ3,000 and with this sum. together with the amount received from other sources, tho college was able, with the strictest economy and curtailment of expense, lo get through the year without borrowing. Tho legislature has given the col lege permission to borrow 962,400 if necessary during tito year ending June 30, 1916, and President Ftggs stated that' it was likely that the college would have to avail itself or this permission, when-the session opened in September, because the fertilizer tax does not begin to come in in any large amount until after Christmas. Big Scramble For Joh. Gaffney, July 19.-Coroner R. F. Spencer of Cherokee county died yes terday al the city hospital after sev eral weeks' illness. He was 68 years ot esc and has filled the' office of cor ee r about two years. Ho.Is survived by no near relatives except two grand children. Already there aro a dozen applications for the position made vacant by his death. Prominent among these are several who were candidates in tho last election. Sommer Aches and Fait*. That backache or stiff muscio that can not be explained on account of having "sat .in a draft and caught cold" is moro than likely the result of weakened or. disordo.-cd kidneys. Foley Kidney Pills promptly relieve backache, sore, swollen or stiff mus cles and Joints, rheumatlsb and aloep disturbing bladder alimenta. They put the kidneys. In sound, healthy condi tion, and help thens eliminate uric acid und other poisons from the system. Evans Pharmacy. A Woata? .Wita a Fara That Cast Her Tea Unfits. In the rsTrcrnt issue of Farm and Fireside, the national fain paper pub SET OF SILVER SPOONS FETTI HZ CZ "With Each Paid Subscription to The Daily Intelligen. cer For a Year CHOICE: Of Souvenirs, "La Rose," "Exeter," "Kenwood" and "Wildwood" Designs This is the famous Oneida Community Silverware; the State Seal Souvenir Spoons are Guaranteed forever, and the other four designs are Guaranteed twenty five years. Don't confound this Silverware with the cheap, ga udy stuff usually given away as a preium, for it is not that sort-it is truly "something different." ., m "KENWOOD" "EXETER" "SOUVENIR' "LA. ROSE* "WILDWOOD" Guaranteed Forever Year's Subscription to Daily Intelligencer Set of Oneida-Community Spoons (Retail Price) Total FOR ONLY $5.00 1.25 $6.25 $5.00 This extremely liberal offer is good only for a limited time, so grasp your opportunity NOW. It is open to New or Old Subscribers and by mail or by carrier. Truly, Ulis is the Greatest Subscription offer ever made throughout the State of South Carolina. j >. O Al LY INTELLIGENCER ANDERSON, S. C * I* a*. Ilehed at Springfield, Ohio, appears the following interesting account of a woman who bas a little farm that cost her ten couta: "Misa Serena Helen Blue of Minne sota ls Uio"owncr of tho amalles* gov ernment homestead. A few weeks ago .he went to thc C. S. Land office at Cams Lahe. Minnesota, and in return for 10 cents received a deed to her homestead, which ls Httle les? than a tenth ot an aero In else. "It ls a triangular point of land jutting Into Turtle Lake, and meas ures 189 foot long by.88 feet wide in KB widest part. To comply with the Homestead law she built a log house and lived In lt for seventeen monU>;;. The law required bur to cultivate at least 218 square> feet of thc 8,484 .square feet In her homestead, but in stead she cultivated nearly half the area and raised tomatoes, cabbage, and elorcr. "Miss Blue ls twenty-seven years old, and In a letter to Farm and Fire side says: "This fraction of land our farm .tere and, finding lt was gov ernment land, I filed ot t knowing that such a beautiful spot ould make an ldoal ?immer resort, ai though a small ono. I feel sure that some day lt will be a valuable piece of land, and I can rea'ise aa much from it by rent ing cottages as a good many do on a full quarter section. The point has a mineral-spring and also trees, sene of which are balsam, Spruce, bass wood, biron, and plus. Th are. ara numerous wild birds, Including wild ducks, geese, partridge, grouse, looma. ? HS well as song birds. Tho par? fridges come to my cabin doro." Benefltd 171 hambrkaJn'K IJulaisat. "Last winter I used Chamberlain's Liniment for rheumatic pains, stiffness and Soreness of the anees, ead caa conscientiously say that I never ?sed anything that did me so much good." ?-Edward Craft, Elba, N. Y. Obtain able everywhere.