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Th? Latent Ford Story.
Duriug tba "war scare" In this country, certain officers of the Mich igan National guard were ordered to locate emergency supplies. One call ? d on Ford and asked il he could supply the chassis for a large num ber of ambulances. "YOB," Ford replied, "if you don't want too many. 1 could supply 2,000 a day. But we would have to be giv en due notice of your needs." "How much time would yiout wunt?" uucrled the officer, bracing himself for a demand for several months. "Well," Ford replied thoughtfully. "You ought to let us know not later tlian 4 o'clock of thc day before de liveries were in start." Iron a fresh Shirt Waist, or a Shirt the hottest day of summer with an Electric Iron, with an Electric Fan turned on you, and still you're as fresh :s a daisy and cool as a cucumber. Southern Public Utilities Co. Phone 223. HAILEY'S FERRY Dancing Bathing Boating - Fishing Good Music Horse-Back Riding Select Camping Party of thirty five, conducted and chapetoned by Dr. and Mrs. J, N. Land of Srarr. iS. C.. have ample tents and "shacks" for forty to fifty more congenial people. Tents and board, everything includ ed, per, week, only . . . . .$5.00 Single meals ... . . . . .... . .25c We already have people from Atlanta, Anderson, Hartwell, Starr, Blackville and Shelby, N. C. . Come out for the week-end, and try lt; then you will arrange to spend your vacation hero. The temperature is cool, and every thing is delightful. Thc food and cuisine ls "excellent, and the prico is very, very reasonable. ADDRESS Riverside Camp, Starr* S. C. In care H cal ey9 s Ferry Always cross the [ river at HAILEY'S FERRY The Ferry service is excellent and the roads ^on both sides of the river are the best. 1 EXCURSION F ARES TO WASHINGTON, RICHMOND, NORFOLK AND BALTIMORE ?la PIEDMONT & NORTHERN RAILWAY SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY Wednesday. August 10th, 1915. Washington Richmond Baltimore .and . > . From . . Norfolk \ Greenville.$12.00.flO.OO. ..$14.0? Anderson. . 12 06. 10.50. 14.00 Belton. 12.00..10.00_...'.14.00 Monea Path. 12.00.. 10.00. 14.00 From all other station.? between Troenville and Greenwood same round trip fares will apply.aa shown from Ga in viii e. . Tickets on sale, for all trains Wi ??enday, August 11th. With return limit to midnight, August 20th. 1015. Buy your tickets via the P & N line and connect with the seaboard limited at Greenwood! The short route to Richmond and the heat rout? to Washing-' ton and Baltimore. All-steel electrically lighted pullman and dining cara. A service unexcelled. Let aa make your renervatiou for you. C. a ALLEN. Traffic Manager. . " Greenville, 8. C Phone 37. Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Vandlver and Edward and Sanford Vandiver haw gone to Henderson vii io for a short stay. They made the trip lu their au tomobile. Mr. aud Mrs. K. P. Smith aro at Jocasoee. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Cnusey aro in the mountains. They went in their automobile and are having a delightful trip visiting various points o? inter est. Mrs. Georg? W. Speer of Montero' who has been visiting relatlvcsliert-. has gone to Uirininghum to visit her son, Mr. Arthur Speer. The Rosary. The charming play, "Tr.e Rosary," will bo given at the Bijou on Thurs day, August 12. It will bc a bc.j" fft performance for the St. Joseph Catholic church, and will doubtless draw a largo crowd. Thc book had an unusually popular run, and was a groat favorite, with !1 who read it. Mr. H. H. Acker, Misses-, Daisy aud Mary Acker, and Gladstone Acker have gone to Highlands for a short stay. Mrs. W. G. lancaster of Laurens is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Burriss on Culhoun street. Mrs. Lancaster wus formerly Miss Jule Gilkerson and often visited Mrs. Burriss, nnd her many friends ar glad to welcome her back. Mrs. W. I. O'Brien of Savannah is visiting her som Dr. W. W. Chis holm on Marshall avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Speer and children have returned to their home in Birmingham, after spending three weeks visiting relatives in Anderson and Abbeville counties. Tney made tho trip in their automobile in two days going by Athens, Atlanta, and Rome. Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Watson. Miss | Anna Watson, Miss Vermello O'Neal, j Mr. Alvin -Eskew and Mr. Ernest Allen aro a camping party at his toric old Andcrsonville for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Turner aro at Glenn. Springs for ten days after which they will go to Hcndcrson virle, N. C., for the month of Aug ust. > The latter stopped over sev eral days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. Berry Allen. Concert. Madam Caroline Miller, who will sing here on Monday evening at Mic Anderson will he the guest of Mr. ai;d Mrs. J. F.?. Vandiver. After the can cert she will hold an informal little reception at the theatre and will he glad to see any of her old friends, as her stay in the city is very limit ed. Delightful Party. A delightful party for little folks was given yesterday afternoon by Fred Thompson at his home on South Mc Du ille street. The young people gathered on the lawn and a very hap py afternoon was spent by all. It was the twelfth birthday of the young host and a very merry ono .it was. Cream and cake was served after tho games. $30,000,00 Bride G Hr. and Sirs. How W/thln a short time after Miss Catherrno Barter, tho $30,000.00.) heiress, was wedded to* Howard Spaulding, Jr., one or her employee* of Chicago, t!?-3 pair boarded a ?train for. the south. But they did not run off from the photographers and hid*. A Wonderful Phyplclan. I? Oie course of ari exciting game of hardball two fingers of a player's right hand were badly hurt and an his way home from th* grounds he dropped into a doctor's office td have - thora attended to. Personal ?f.j. .it. J t ?ti fi iti t itiiti J i n i ?J" I" Tl TTTTTVTTTTTWTTTTT Mr. I). J. Tucker und daughter of Williamston were in the city yes terday. Mr. Fred Patterson, cashier of the Ban1* of Sundy Springs, was n busi ness visitor in Anderson yesterday' Mr. Ernest Watkins of Savannah, Ga., is in the city visiting his moth er, Mrs. John C. Watkins and his brother, Mr. Frank Watkins. Miss Carrie Darby of Sandy Springs is visiting friends in Spar tanburg this week. Mr. j. D. Richard sc of Calhoun Falls was- a business itor in the city yesterday. Dr. C. H. Burton of Iva was in the city yesterday. Messrs. Earle Prince and F. L. Ferguson of Antroville were business .lsitors in Andorson yesterday. Miss . Mary Bowie of Starr was in the city for a few hours yesterday. Dr. D. A. Burriss. and Messrs. W. H. Lewis and Striblinp; were lu the city from Iva yc?terday. Miss Edna Herron of Starr was In tho city shopping yesterday morning. Mr. and Mrs. J. I,. Maxwell of Savannah. Ga., are visiting the form er's mother, Mrs. Kate Maxwell. Mr. C. F. Crowther of Antrevllle was a business visitor in tho city yes terday . Mr. J. Mack Rogers of Williamstnn was In Andorson for a few hours yes terday. Mrs. Ada Halley of Howman, On., was a visitor in the city yesterday. Mr. E. II. Melborn of Will lamet?n was a business visitor yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Dan D vig?as of Philadelphia were in the etty yester day. T?e former is a popular jewel ry drummer. Mr. Claud McAllister or Latlmer was among the visitors in the city yes terday . Mr. J. C. Manly or Williamston spent a few hours in Anderson yes terday. Mr. TY. T. A. Sherard of Iva was a business visitor In the city - Fri day, . Dr. J. P.' Glenn of Liberty was in Anderson Friday. Mr. Louis Thompson of Jackson, Ci..'ls visiting his father, Mr. R. L. Thompson. Mr. S. C. Buskin from St. Louis, Mo.. 1B the Kuest x>f hts brother. Mr. T. P. Baskln. Messrs. P. M. Galley, Jr., and Ed ward Burriss of Iva were among the 'melness visitors in the city yester day. Mr. B. E. Allen, after speeding a week In Anderson visiting and go ing on a camping trip, has returned to his home In Lowndesville. ?n Her Honeymoon. liko roost wealthy yiunlg couples. They permitUd thc camera men to board. their car and ?hake ajptcture Of them at breakfast. The** photo* graph, therefore, ehowa the couple jual after they had finished their cantaloupes. .\Ooctor," lie askod "."anqriounly, "when this fin of mme heals, will I be ado to play the niano?" "Certainly you will," the doctor as sured ulm. ( *'8ay, you're a wonder, doctor I I nevar could before."rrEichan gc Something Different. With a view to letting nothing es cape her vigilance, Mrs. Muggins croscvexumlned the prospective house maid. "You are quite certain you know your duties thoroughly?" she said, after deciding to engage her. "You will answer thc door to visitors, and walt at table, and-" "Oh, yes, mum," Huid Mary June, "I am quite sure ? will know how to go ubout them." Mrs. Muggins waa on the point of turning away, when a thought ptruck lier, and she nuddenly swung round to the girl. "Oh, by the way. do you know your way to announce?" "Well, mimi," r< plied Mary Jane, In noBcntly, "l"i not ?ure ubout that; but I think I know my weight to a pound or so!"-Exchange Woes ?f KaiisuK Journalist*. Your scrlbv is surering with a pret ty son? neck as result of his collar catching lire Sunday night, wrltou tho Happy Hollow correspondent to tile Lamed Tiller and Toiler. Wo were looking in thc closet and leaned too close to the lamp. If you ever seen a busy mun. that was us. ..Some of our would-be witty friends said ll was rubber in our nee-k burning. A celluloid collar ls dangerous as well as decorative.-Kansas City Star. Mrs. Martha J. Watson and Mr. J. Earle Watson qualified as execu trix and executor of the will of thc late J. Belton Watson tn the office of the probate Judge Friday. NOTICE OF ELECTION. Thero will be an election at Moun tain Creek Schcol House in Mountain Creek School District No. 70 on Tues day, August 10, 1915 on the question of levying an additional special tax of two C?) mills on all of the property of said district to be used for general school purposes, making a total spe clnl levy of four (4) mills on said district. All voters must exhibit a registra tion certificate and tax receipt. Polls will open at 8 a. m. and close at 4 p. m. By order of theCounty Board of Education for Anderson County. J. B. Felton. County Superintendent of Education. NOTICE. The Board of Registration of Ander son County will meet tho following appointments to reglstor, renew or transfer certificates: Pendleton, Friday, August Gth. Townvlllo. Saturday, August 7th. Starr, Monday, August 9th. Iva, Tuesday, August lOUi. Anderson Court House, Wednesday, ?Thursday and Friday, 11th, 12U?, and 13th. W. L. Anderson, W. C. Burriss, E. T. Tolllson, Board of Registration of Anderson County. "Go to the Ant thou sluggard} consider bc. ways, aid be wisc "A lesson (roxi i ture.1* Are you preparing now for the future? Systematic deposits and quarterly interest provide a fnni for ad* versify. The Sa* tags Depart ment of Tb* Bank of Anderson The strongest bank in the county. FAMILY AVOIDS SERIOUS SICKNESS By Beug Constantly Supplied With Thedford's BUck-Drangbi. Mc Dui!, Va.-"I Buffered for several years," says Mrs. L B. Whittaker, ot this place, "with ?lek headache, and stomach trouble. Ten yean i ago a friend told me to try Thedford's Black-Draught, which 1 didi, and I found it to be the best family medi cine for young Md old. I keep Black-Draught on tend al! Ute time now, and when my children feel ? little bad, they ask me for a dose, and H does them more good than any medicine they ever tried. We never have a long spell of sick I ness in our family, since we commenced . using Black-Draught." I Thedford's Black-Draught is ??re7y I vegetable, and has been lound to regu late weak stomachs, aid digestion, re? neve indigestion, colic, wind, nausea, headache, side stomach? and similar symptoms, lt has been In constant use for moe*, than 70 years, and has benefited mora than a million people. Your druggist sells sad recotmr.enda Llaek-!>au?ht7 Price only 25c. Octa ?eto-daj. M.C isa CLASSIFIED COLUMN WAST ADVERTISING RATES Twenty-five words or less, One Time 25 cents, Three Times 60 cents. Six Times $1.00. All advertisement over twenty five words prorata for each ad ditional word. Rates on 1.000 words to be used In a month made on application. No advertisement taken for less than 25 cents, cash in ad vance. If your name appears in tho telephone directory you can tele phone your wunt ad to 321 and a bill will bc malled after its in sertion for prompt payment. WANTS WANTED-Mules six to ten yearB of age. Must be sound and straight. Bring them in and get the cash. Thc Fretwell Co. 7-18-tf. WANTED-You to know that I am still on tho job with tho best wood anl coal on the market, if you dr.n't believe lt try me. W. O. UInter, Phone 649. Successor to ! Piedmont Coal and Wood Co. 4-lC-tf. WANTED-A representative for one of tho largest companies selling j accident and health insurance in U. S. This company writes a contract that ls easily sold, and Ute right I mun can make money out bf it. For particulars address Box 314, Oreen-1 vi)!?, S. C. 8-43t. FOR SALE FOR SALE-Pure nativo grown Look out Mountain seed potatoes $2.00 per bushel. Plant aa soon aa it rains. Furman Smith, SeedBman, j Phone 464. FOB SALE-One fine Jersey Bull two j years- old. W. R. Osborne, Phone j 17. 8-6-31. MISCELLANEOUS I SUBSCRIPTIONS TO DAILY INTEL LIGENCER AT REDUCED i'UICE During the Dally Intelligencer con test which closed March, 1914, In or der to secure votes to win the cap? j ital prise, I purchased a number, ai subscriptions to tito Dally Intelli gencer at the rata.of $5.00 a..year. In qrder to get aome of the money back which Z put Into the contest, I will sell a limited number of sub scriptions to the Daily Intelligenoer at the rate of $3.00 a year to anyon wishing to subscribe or renew their subscription to this paper, or at a rate of $1.25 a year to the Semi weekly Intelligencer. If interested, address P. O. Box 347, Anderson, 8. C. 6-17tf - . WANTED-A few ladies to board In small private family at reasonable price. House has large airy rooms, wOch bath. C. O. Sleamson. 1118 sigon .St. 8-7-3tp. I GRAPES-Cooking grapes 25c a peck, $1.00 per bu. delivered any where in city. Selected grapes 25c a bas ket. Peach baskets 2c each, ? 1.75 per hundred. Tin fruit cana $2.50 per hundred. Baskets and cans cash with order. Jne. S. Cromer, 927 W. Market St., Anderson, S. C. 8-6-6itp. WHEN YOU can not aee right stop In our Optical Department snd get Just the Glasses you need. Complete grinding plant Eyes scientifically tested. Dr. M. R. Campbell, Louisa 8. Hllgenboeker, assistant, 112 W. Whitner St., Ground Floor. FOLEY KIDNEY PW fQB BACKACHE KIU^?S A.,0 Ul/' 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. Brakeman Wa? Cured. P. A. Woof ?ey. a railroad brakeman of Jacksonville, Texas, writes: "I was down with kidney trouble and rheumatism so bsd I could hardly get UP when I sat down. I had a back ache all tho time and was lmost tired of living. I Saw Poley Kldnek Pills advertised. I took some snd after a short tims I was thoroughly cured sud am having na more trouble." They act promptly and help kidneys throw poisonous waste producta out of th? blood. Thousands have writ ten similar letter*, Sold everywhere. IPROFESSIONAL 1 CARDS g C. GADSDEN SAYRE Architect 405-406 Bleckley Bonding Anderson S. C Chisholm, Trowbridge ?Sb Saggs DENTISTS New Theatre BoiMmg W. Whitner St_ RUFUS FANT, Jr. ATTORNEY AT laW Cox?Townsend Bldg. Anderson, :-: South Caroline - '- _--U i Wear Fro Lc\ Say Fitted perfectly by our eorsetlers 48.60 to 912.60 Mrs. B. Graves Boyd A NICE BIG ROAST of Beef, Pork or Motton ls really one ot the best meats. For it la just as good cold as hot So you can have Beveral meals with only one cooking. Tell us to send one for Sunday din ner. Make lt a big one, for our meats re so choice .f * t only..? big ?ne will have enough loft to cut up old. PHONE 694. The Lily White Market J. N. LINDSAY. Proprietor. TO THE LADIES : Do you realise the difference in the appearance of your table that nicely laundered tabla linen will makoT Do you know that the clear. pearly, white color, the smooth, even silky finish that we give your table linen cannot even be appro; "?ied by hand workT If you do not know lt-Inves t?gate. Put a table clover In your next week's laundry bundle. Let us show you just what we can do. You'll never regret lt. Anderson Steam Laundry PHONE 7. Condensed Passenger Schedule. PIEDMONT A NORTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY Effectlvo June 6, 1916. ANDERSON: Arrivals No. ST... '.. .. 7:55 A. ii. No. 92... 9:36 A. M. No. tte.; .. ..11:40 A. IL No. 27.1:10 P. M. Na Si*..3:40 P. M. No. 41.. .. .. .. 6:00 P. M. No. 43.... 6:60 P. ML. No. 45...'.. ..10:20 P. M. Departure* No. 30./. - - 6:2* A. af. NO. 32. 8:26 A. M. No. 34.10:80 A. M. No. 36. .. .. ..12:10 P. M. No. 88. 2:30 P. M. Na 40.. .. 4:60 P. IC. No. 42. 6:40 P. M. No. 4?.0:16 P. ML C. 8. < ALLEN, Trafic Manager?