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SATURDAY, JUNE 6th
.00 PAIR OF TROUSERS OR
- ENGLISH RAIN-COAT
WITH EVERY SUIT ORDERED REGARDLESS OF PRICE
PROM MILL TO MAN
COLUMBA CLOTHES are by far the best. he sterling quality
of workmanship, and superior grades of woolens form ;
a combination it will pay you to tie to
COLUMBIA TAILORING CO.
j. H. BOWLING, Manager / \ I V'
122 W. WHTNER STREET ANDERSON, S; C.
* MOUNTAIN SPRINGS .
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Several ot our young people attend
ed the singing at Stn and Twenty Sun
Mr. Newton Freeman attended the
union meelng at George's Creek Sat
urday and Sunday.
The farmers are busy harvesting.
They say oats, while not BO good as
last year, aro better than they expect
The drouth ts getting serious, it be
ing seven wooka with tho exception
of shower Friday afternoon aluce we
have had rain.
Mr. and Mrs. - Edgar Murphy visited
the latter's stator, Mrs. Kiley Yarn.
Saturday and Sunday, they with ot Uer
friends went to Chick Springs Sunday
Mr. Raymond Moore went over to
Chick Springs Sunday.
? Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Lee accompan
ied by Mrs. JIBS Adkins und M? s Ed
ward King worn out motorhig Sun
day P. M.
Miss Lula Aiken left Monday for
Augusta. Qa., she is going to uss'st
i? lady, who is going to travel, In cur
ing TUT her two nluldrr>u.
Mr. J??ko Scaw right and wi tv visit
ed Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Reid Suuduy
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Murphy \lalted
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lom: Sunday ?f
tren o on.
Karl* SimpBoti. who has boen ??ity
sick ls improving.
The teachers are getting r%>ady to
attend the summer school at Win
throp. We are glad to see he teach
ers preparing themselves for better
work, it means better schools.
Mrs. C. J. Murphy entertained a few
ladies Thursday afternoon . In belintf
of the Missionary society, af cor a busy
hour sj-ent in piecing a quilt for the
orphanage, refroshi^ents wore served
and thc ghost* depan??! saying: they
had onjoyed lt very much. - *
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Moore visited JhS
\ latter** parants, Mr. and Mrs. Jjrrlt
ElUmburg Sunday. ?* j
" Mrs. H. R. Jones visited Mrs.; John'
. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Lee was in An
? d?rsqn I'hursdsy to mingle with tho1
V old Soldier.*. M,r. Le? being one of them
Saturday and Hunduy tra' bur rcgu
. lar preaching days at ?bis placo. Let'a
all attend and see U we don't t?;?l
better than if we had stayed at honte.
. o o o o o o ? o'o ooo ooo o o ? o
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* SIX AND TWENTY. *
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.'- o o ooo o o o a o o o o o o o o o o
, Wllliapiston, . F. D., Jun* 1.
ir~K?&tt**rv '?'**Oi_ !'.C?t hi" t?l'? 8?U1C
. ouestto?std'?s) . that is "vVhuii la lt
" gotag^to ratnT*. We> have-boon in this
old world <*uite a while, but we have
nevor peon a dry spell to ?. jual Ibo
Some who did .not pvt through
planting have given up ull hopo of
ever getting to finish.
C. xi. murphy will crrrry his son
Ansel, to Anderson Friday for un !
operation for a head and throat trou- 1
bio. Dr. Nardin will perform thu op- 1
oration and every one wishes for a
Mrs. Potor Ward, of Deaverdam, i
spent Saturday nlKht with Mra. O. B.
By being misinformed we said in our .
Inst article that B. F. Whittaker lust u
fine hog. It was Wm. Stone who lob:
one Instead of Mr. Whittaker.
Lee Rlrod, Jr., has bought a nice
now buggy. Lee say? he can ride
three ut a time now all right.
MLsses Pearl und Lizzie Murphoy,
of Roberts, were visltom here last
lOvcry member of Mill Creek Prlml- !
live Baptist church lr. requested to be
at the church next Sunduy at eleven
Walter Owen and family, of Ander
son, were visiting relative? herc lust
It seems that Six and Twenty's hall
team 1B up a gai nut lt. as they get
it la tho neck from every leam thu!
they go up nguiu.u.
Something like ?.OOO people attend
ed the Hinging at this placo inst Sun
day and listened lo motile of the best
ringing that hus over been beard lu
thia country. The lenders fpv the ocr
casions were Profs. Hale, Harbin.
Esk sw and Stevenson of Anderson,
Profs. Cartee. Robinson ??U Creamer
of Liberty. Pro?s. Miller. Duncan, Ma
baffey. Mulllkln, and Dr. Guyton of
WHUamoton, and Prof.' George I. Wlg
lngton of Mt. Springs, A. 7. Bryson
jnur choir .leader des erves much praise
for the good work done in the getting
up of (the Binging, and tho splendid
manner tri which ll way conducted.
f; Hump.-Hicks and family of Refuge
'were visitors to this place last Sun
l ?ay.? S J
Miss Mamie Massey of Mt. Springs
was visiting relatives here lost Mon- j
Will Stone has purchased a new gas
oleno G-h?use power engine,
i Many of our people will attend the
singing at Beaverdam next Sunday.
Remember preaching at this place
Saturday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock and
again Sunday morning at ll o'clock.
W. C. B.
Hit In He?d With Ball-Dead.
Tompkinsvflie. Ky., June 1.-HUI
Hammer, 21 years old. a school teach
er, was struck yesterday on the head
by a pitched ball, Which ruptured a
blood vessel of the brain. He died to
Complaint having been filed in this.
ofllco regarding the speed at which
automobiles are being driven through ?
.liv Sandy Sp^uigb V??K<KU hi a I
dangerous location In the road. I
li i-row i th publish Section No. MU and '
302 crlm code 1912 Vol. II.
No person shall operate a motor I
vehicle on a public highway at a rate
at speed greater than ls reasonable
und proper at the time and place, ;
having regard to the trafile and use
nf the highway aud its condition or BO
aa to endanger Hie life, limb, or (
property of any person, or In any ?
event at a greater rate than fifteen i
miles an hour.
Sec. 602 provides:
Upon approaching a crossing ot in
tersecting public highways or a bridge j
or a Hharp curve, or a steep descent
and aleo In traversing such crossing
bridge, curve, or descent it pfrson
operating a motor vehicle Bhall have
it under control and oporate it at the
rate of speed not greater than six miles
an hour, and In no event greater than '
1B reasonable, and proper having re- '
gard to the traine then on such high-,
way and tbe safety of the public. I
Whoever shall violate the provis
ions of the above sections shall be
deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and
upon conviction be fined not less than
Ten Dollars nor more than One Hun
dred Dollars or imprisonment for
not more than thirty days.
J. MACK KINO.
Al 1-Piny Singing ut Welcome Church.
There will be an all-day singing at
Welcome church near Denver, Sun
day, June 7. Among those who will
lake part are: Jno. T. Milton, W. W.
Hale. W. O. McKinney. J. H. Harvey,
W. P. Stevenson, Holland. Patterson,
Hombree. Holt, others will bc present
All singers are invited BB well os the
public, generally, tiring books and
well lilied pockets.
.. . J. O. Hall.
Notice to Democratic flub O?lcers
The enrollment hu ok a for tho va
rious democratic .'clubs of Anderson
County are now in possession of tho
Each secretary is requested to call
or send for a book to be used by bis
club at-once. Those books rhould'be
opened at the earliest possible "date
In some convenient place BO that the
voters may appear In person .and en
roll. . . ,
SD. PE A RM AN. Chm.
LEON L. RICE, Sec.
In the Matter of America* skips En
Washington, June 3.-Toe state de
partment-has taken no action on the
notification received today through
t < . .' *
American Con mi I Canada, ut Vera
Cruz, tiiat the Constitutionalists at
at Tampico would refuse entry to any
vessels whose clearcncos wore not Is
sued by Constitutionalists' consuls.
It la believed the question will coon
become a practical one by thc ap
pearance at Tampico of on American
vessel demanding entrance under
clearances issued by Huerta consuls
in the United States. If such s til ps
havo sailed from home ports before
receiving Tnrmnl notice of this new
demand lt is Bald the state department
will Insist tia, their right of entry.
In Which Tar Heel Democrats Select,
ed o Congressman.
/By Associated Press)
Kal legh, N. C., June 3.-In a stormy
convention at Goldsboro today, mark
ed by'fist fights of delegates and ac
tivities of police officers, the demo
crats .of the third North Carolina eon.
gresalonal district, by a vote of 204
to SI nominated George E. Hood, of
Wayne county, to succeed Represen
lutlve John M. Falson. .
Charles IL Thomas, of Craven
Hood's .leading .opponent .protests
Hood's, nomination, claiming .that .lt
disregarded ?the preferential primary
which was ?T fIm resorted to to ef.
feet a nomination.. Thomas culms
all the votes nf the preferential prl*
mary have never been counted bat
are locked up In a bank vault In Golds,
Discussed In the National House of
Washington, June 3.-Phillipine In
dependence wat discussed by Repres
entativo Wah Jopes chairman ot the
house 'insular 'afiklri committee, to
day with President Wilson. Mr. Jones
has prepared a new bill to Introduce
within the next 'few*' days, to give the
Filipino a larger part in their own
KO ver a meat in the Immediate future
and to authorise the president to give
tho incomplete Indopendece by procla
mation whenever it' fa thought ad
CUBA 18 I11PROV1NG
L"wlessn?sf ls "Being Punished In
That Ri public.
Havan?? June 3,-r-General Ernesto
Aubert,' Vo:-Goxernor of Havana prov*
Ince, ?awi\ Eugenio Arias, a former
member af tho house of representatives
today wro sentenced to twelve years
Imprisonment for the killing in July,
1913. of General Armando Riva, chief
ot the national police. / Senator Vidal
Morales, who was-wlfdi the others at
'the 'time waa convicted of bring a shot
in tho street and carrying, a revolver
without a license.
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* Items of Interest and Persona
* Wireless on the St
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(Fruin Thu rad
Olliicial flgurea have been printed in
Tlie Insurance Press of New York,
hy which it is seen that tremendous
amounts were paid out in life lnsur-,
ance In this state last year. Accord
inti to these estimates Anderson peo- ?
pie received $9fi.r?00 on policies carried
hy men amounting to more than $10,- .
DUO. Smaller sums were not consld- ,
??red and were not mentioned in the
lanie. The largest single policy in
this state during the time for which
thu figures were compiled was to the
estate of Frederick W. Shoper of
ll??unfurl, umounting to ?4 4,COO.
At denison College.
Dispatches from Columbia yester
day ?aid that the governor had ap
pointed ll. A. Sloan as magistrate at
Clemson to succeed John B, Adger.
Mullally, resigned. Mr. Mullally 1B
now a candidate for governor and his
resignation was du? io that fact.
Sr. Br Issey ls
Anderson people will be glad to
b urn that the condition of J. A. Bria
s?>y was yesterday suid to be more
satisfactory than it was Tuesday. Mr.
Hrlasey was driving from Anderson
lo his home at High Shoals, with two
of his grandchildren in tho wagon
with him, when his horse became
frightened and ran away.* Mr. Brlssey
WUK (brown from the wagon and sus
tained a number of painful cuts and
bruises, while his granddaughter.
Besrle McKee, was badly bruised, al
though not seriously hurt. The little
boy managed to stuy In the wagon un
til the horse had slowed down and
then be jumped, escaping without a
scratch. Attending physicians do not
think that Mr. Brissey sustained any
Internal injuries and they hope that
he will 8oou be recovered.
Br. und Mrs. Fisher
Took Their Departure.
Dr. and Mr? Charlea FlBher, with
whom many Anderson people bave
become intimately acquainted during
their stay at Anderson college, havo
departed from the city and are now en
route to London, where Dr. FlBher
will spend a year In rest and study.
His eyes are very weak and the strain
during the past year has been almost
too much for bim. Under Dr. Fish-1
er's able Instruction the students in
the conservatory of music at the col
lege have done some splendid work
during the past session.
Oil Company. * 1
Effective on June 1 .a number J bf
changes went foto; elf oct' with . the
Texas Oil company's branch in An
derson. O. 'F. Taylor, who bas had
charge of the office affairs of the com-1
pany, has been made special city1
salesman and is now engaged in his
new duties, calling upon the trade in
the city. S. H. McDaniel, who has
become office manager In Mr. Taylor's',
place has also entered upon his new '
duties. Both the-Texas men deserve!
their promotion and friends of theirs
are glad to see lt. Mr. McDaniel la [
a native of Bock HUI and u Clemson
Of the Civil War.
Robert Moorhead of Anderson, route
2, spent yesterday In the city and
while here exhibited a canteen which
he used while a member of Company
"C" Palmetto Sharp Shooters. Thia
company was mustered in at Ander
son during the war and saw some
hard service from the first day that
it went to the held. Mr. Moorhead
values the canteen very highly and
says that he prizes lt for th? many
recollections lt can call forth.
Coming to Anderson. .
, Among the well known visitors to
come to Anderson on June 17-18 for
the annual Elks Convention will be Dr.
L. A. Griffith, mayor of Columbia. Dr.
Or Iff) th was recently chosen for this
position by the people of Columbia and
it Is Bald that be ia making a fine of
ficial. The Columbia mayor la a mem
ber of Columbia lodge No. 1190, and
will take part in the demonstrations
by that lodge while in Anderson.
On Regular Bun.
H. F. Pennal has received i\n ap
pointment'as mall clerk from Ander
son to Augusta on the Charleston and
Western Carolina railway and viii
assume his new duties within the next
few daya. Mr. Pennell ir. aa Ander
son county man and hit friends here
will be glad to know, that he has se
cured the position.
Alt Marking Hs rd.
The various caud?diien foi mayor
and aldermen are hard gt work and
votera are being interviewed on evory
aide. The city election takes place
on June io and aa tho time for the
election dravra nearer more and more
interest ls being manifested. Many
conjectures are heard aa to the win
ners in the several races but public
opinion aeema to be about evenly di
-o~-i , .
la ??lng Agitated.
The question ot securing funds for
the Piedmont basel ?all league,, en or
ganisation which Anderson bas agreed
to Join, la being agi lated tn -Anderson
and. tho business men of the city ara
being approached on Ute question.
It is said that soma difficulty han been
met with in securing funds and lt doc?
set ?besi that tho Anderson team will
be overburdened with cash when the
' season opens-if it does.
?i v. at at at at. at st ?. at vt v,
if SPARKLETS * !
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J Mention Caught Over tb? .?
reeta of Anderson *
uy'3 Daily.) <
In thc Investigation. I
There seems to he little interest in
the action of Supervisor Mack King
in regard to the dispensary election j ]
for this county. The supervisor has j.
announced his intention of canvassing i ;
the lint of names on each petition | i
prese ted to him praying for the elec- 1 :
tion at J then will be decided the ques- 11
tion i i whether or not the election I :
shall oe held. At present nothing is i
heard of the matter and a majority j i
of the voters seem to be indifferent ?
about the entire matter. June 12 is j
the date Mr. King set, upon request, ?
for the work to be commenced.
.Mr. Martin Preaches JL
. At fiOwndesvlUe. ?1
The Intelligencer has been request
ed to announce that Kev. Jumes L. ' ,
Martin, D. D., preaches regularly at <
Lowndesvllle, on the first and second
1 Sundays of every mouth. The ser
' vices begin at ll a- m., and the public
has a cordial invitation to attend.
Mr. Oelsberg Is
111 In Atlanta. '
A message was received in Anderson ]
yesterday conveying the information !
that Adolph Geisberg, well known At- '
lauta hotel man, is critically ill at
his home in that city. Mr. Gesberg .
has been indisposed for some time but
it was not known that his condition !
was serious until yesterday. Harry
Ge'sberg left at once to be al bis
. With Automobiles.
According to figures made public '
yesterday, the public roods of South 1
Carolina have been greatly improved
as a result of the large number of au- 1
tomoblles purchased in this otate dur- ,
lng the lat* year. According to these_!_
figures Anderson Blands fourth In the
Hst, having 7'u. automobiles, 37 of i
which have l>een purchased since last |
December. Greenville county leads the :
state witt i ,038 registered autos, j
while Columbia is second' with 1,037
and Spartanburg third with 802. A
numbat* cf rev machines have Just
recently bee*i -ironght to Anderson
and these arc not Included in the of
ficial figures from Columbia.
I Challen*? s the Town.
! Since many of the college boys have
returned to the city tho I'resbyterlan
hoys of Anderson have organized a I
i baseball team and challenge the city >
i and all Sunday school teams iii the
I'state to combat. It is understood that:
the "Blue. Stockings" -will ? try to . ar- j
! range a ??me i.wlth. the "Federals!'.for ,
Taking it up one side
well as we can gather, ther
ner cent of a sta nd nt" COtt<
Government report puts
sections of the State may
we have, and so taking it
the other, our stand as we
around 66 2-3 or 70 per
While this is not ideal, s
ton up to make a good cr
feed it and nurse it and p
If you will side dress
from 150 to 200 pounds
each time, you get all out
gotten. And that is all tb
You can get more out
of a stand by feeding it ar
pering it than you can ge
stand where you don't sit
dressing this crop, you wa
made for this purpose. I
ments, the business of thi*
is'?o. time to take chances
The side dressing fert
derson Phosphate & Oil
made. Remember th?t sit
bolls and larger'bolls, std
stands anything better; it
stronger. Remember, tc
seed cotton that has beer
as heavy a baie of cotton J
not been side dressed. Bu
zer to do this. When you
the best. Get the best, ari
It will pay you to por
this year, lt will be pr?t
sliort cotton crop, and tr
.handsomelyto fertilize cc
. v.- ? ?'^?i^^.m.imm
frUluy afternoon and with the Y. M.
,'. A. "Champions" for Saturday af
ernoon. The following in the tenta
Ive line-up of the Presbyterians: J.
Watkins, captain and shortstop; Sie
mens, first base; Conley, catcher;
rhiow, catcher; Hunter, pitcher; Ber
ry, pitcher: Simpson, second base;
Mayfield, third base; Mattlson, left
field; Sloan, right field and Farmer,
A string of freight cars on the Blue
Itidge spur track to the Equiuo.^ mill
lumped the truck while near the mill
yesterday afternoon and did some lit
tle damage. The cars were being
handled hy the switch engine when
the accident occurred and the wheels
ran on the cross tires for some dis
tance. Fortunately none of the cars
turned over and but little time was
necessary to repair the damage done.
Change Cumin? IP
The Water System.
The Southern Pupblic Utilities com
pany has addressed an open letter to
all its subscribers in which the water
ur.crs are advised that a new system
of.charging for the water is shortly
to ge into effect. The letter says that
the company is given the- right under
Its new franchise ot' charging for
water according to the registration of
the meter instead cf on a flat rate as
has been the case in some instances
heretofore. The company says, in the
lotter of yesterday, that the new sys
tem will be put Into effect just as
soon as the meters can be Installed
In the houses of all water users in
t AH in: Kl, CONGRESSMAN
Edward W. Pott, Served 14 Years
Has Been Renominated. .
Raleigh, N.e., Juno 3.-Representa
tive Edward W. Pou, of Johnston,
county, was nominated for the eighth
consecutive time by the democrats of
thc fourth congressional district In
cession here today. Mr. Pou referred
In a brief speech to the achievements
nt the Wilson administration. He said
that Representative Claude Kitchen
who was nominated ycrtciday by the
second district convention, would suc
ceed to the chairmanship of the ways
and means committee in December.
SIMU LAR PROCEEDINGS
Person? Accused of Murder snd Then
Relear.Ied without Question.
New Castle, Ind., June 1.-Ff. H.
Abel, detective, who caused the arrest
Saturday of Dr. and Mrs. W. A. Wint
ers and W. H. Cooper on charges to
commit u felony In connection with
the disappearance more than a year
ago of Catherine Winters, nine year
old daughter of Dr. Winters, bite today
withdrew from1 the ease. 'This action
followed the failure of W. R. Myers,
prosecutor, to file:. affidavits ,today. In
the circuit court charging Coo net ?nd
Mrs.. Winters, the ? child's'^? to prim t herr.
with\n^t;degrea; murder; ^ |
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. and down the other,; as
e is around 66 2-3 or 70
Qti in this section. The
it 72 per cent. Some
have better stands than
up one side and down
ll as we cah gather, is
cent of a perfect stand,
till there is enough cot
op of cotton if you will
it once or twice, putting
of fertilizer to the-acre,
of your crop that can be
lat you can do.
of .this 66 2-3 per cent
id nursing it arid pom
t out of an ordinary
ie dress it. But in side
nt the very est goods
t is no time for experi
s crop requireth haste, it
; you want ? sure thing,
ilizer. made by the An
?ompany is the best
ie dressing makes more
mds drought better,
is better fed and is
>o, that 1300 pounds of
i side dressed, will make
as l Soo pounds tnat has
it it takes the best fertili
t buy side dressing get
id forget the rest, i,
E ? OIL GO
rtper your corn, crop too
ty rough to make a
fen buy corn. It pays