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We are sure you will find this
stock quite the prettiest, most
stylish in the town.
They fit, and the prices are re
$5.00 and up
P^fctty trimmed hats, teady
to gt?t fight ?n.
Come in tomorrow and let us
dhow you all these new things.
Begf to Announce
that Mr. E. P. Vandiver, formerly cashier Farmers
dnd Merchants Bank of this city has been elected
a vice president of this bank and will be actively
connected with the management of the Bank on
and after Aug. 1st, when he will be glad to have
his friends caU and see him.
L?E G. HOLLEM AN,
Limestone College for Women
GAM NEY SOUTH CAROLINA
High standard, birg? and able Faculty, excellent educational plant,
beautiful location, honor system, Musical department one of the
bfat in .the South. The Winnie Davis School of History, a depart
ment, of ibc college, offers unusually fine facilities for the study of
hlatpry. Llmcstono la Southern to the core. Especially fine ndvan
tagea Art, Kxprcaslop, Domestic Science end Physical Culture.
T.he; department of pedagogy affords a splendid training tor prospec
tive te&Ahers. .For catalogue address the President .
?AE BATIS LODGE, h 2?, Pi. I?., G?FFrfE?, S. .
j ' To whatt
Ointoti, iCW!' '
I phftll wo send our son ? Consider some of the ad van
tterlon ?cdlcgo of South Carolina. It le well located.
iy. .The ? ,i'ipment is excellent. The faculty is strong.
; co u nrcfc and degrees are given. It has a new gym -
diraator,. The religious and moral atmosphere is
aadMfarmfttlpn, Apply to
o o o o <> o o o o <> n o I
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o Oil! I'SIIAH, SHAW. o
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Oil! you Bleoseite, whoever you may
1 read your poem und you surprised
Von have niisouotod things from I lie
' top un down.
Mut Un' KniitliiKuj are still on the (In
You ash If 1 ran think of any Inven
That ir? half as rotten as the Slate
Con vent ion.
That <|UUM.tloil is so nhsurd it makes
For IIlease's record Is so rotten I
smell It a mile.
Then you hnve t!ie audacity to write
more and say
The Convention passed a rule to keep
the pour man away.
To iimk?? sued a remark Is certainly
For their marks vire legnl if they
can't write their name.
That is n rood nlo and you must
n?ree it is fair
For when yon aign your name you
know it Is there
And no one call tell you on election
You haven't enrolled and you must
Hlense has n right to sweep the state
For he is the one that has dirtied it
lint he c.:n't use the broom now ns he
In .1 nable
And ho must get Iiis job back In the
if that was a Smith mule I wrote
I would co to the stub!?* and turn it
For I wouldn't let Bleaso feed a eat
of mine 9P%
Much less a mule as they are too
Now, Mr. Shaw. I know why you are
You never read the pnpers neither
day nor night
Or else you would now the candidates ]
that are out
And not be writing something yon
know nothing about. ?
You are not the man I supposed you
As you have tried to make this per
sonal with me.
But there wasn't any truth in a thing |
And Ananias will be living until you]
You say "THEY" tell you I have]
thrown my hat ht the ring.
Well I want you to understand I have]
dono no such a thing
I am not a cundiduto now and I never |
Its Preston running for office and he|
is going to win.
I hope you know more about your
Bible than you do politics
For if you don't you sure are in an
And you mustn't believo everything
Or the Lord won't know you on tho
Now if I were you and couldn't do
I would put down my pen and not
write another letter
And when election day comes I would
go pick peas
And not disgrace myself by voting for
_w. a Galley. Iva, S. C
On Board the BleRse Ship.
In this senatorial harbor,
There are some, flower ships mak
ing ready to sail;
But on the twenty-fifth of August,
They will be caught in a gale.
Now somebody is going to get drown,
There is three ships going to got |
They are going down in deep waters |
They cant stand to be tempest |
Now, boys, while boarding these vos-1
If you want to ride over in ease.
Board the vessel -whose Captain is]
And the name on her banner is]
Two years ago she rode the same]
'And passed through storm after
But she landed with over seventy.
Without the. least fear of any barm.
Now don't her record make us fool]
Just think of that wonderful throng I
But ahe Is going to carry ninety thous- j
and this time.
For ihn y kiiOw Vrnnt ship to gui on.
Yes, we know and Jennings can't fool]
' l ?B,
. -Neither can Pollock or Smith,
Blesse Is the man that stands by us.
And Bleaso Is the man wo are with.
V ' .. . *.. i
^?'MMi is tho man that showed mercy,
V..on the children for bread'they
Give them back their father to foedI
Before the little ones hungered and
I and dlod.
j Blesse has seen wives and mothers.
Weeping for husband or son.
I Who has already been punished,
. .Too severe for some crime they bed
This weeping aroused bis sympathy,
; But his duty Is all that was won;
Ho has. pardoned a fow poor ?Inner?
Keep Your , '
Free from Flies
dims give less milk,
'hones do less work whcff
tortured by llics. Keep
'your stock Ircc Irom these
'drtcasc breeding pc>i? by spray,
ing them with
Conkey's Fly Knocker
Gives amrruh immediate relie! and saves"
you money and tii.ublc. Docs nut uinl
milk. Inollcnsivc to animals.
Try It 15 Days
10 ptc?-.c you. Ce:
can mm Ouart, 35c^
Anderson. S. ('.
from HEAVY STORM
Do yon know Hint yon can get
from uh a TORNADO POLICY,
which will protect yon from the
troubles that your seJghhnrs
are now suffering. It costs very
little In premium but PAYS
LARGE In results. COME to our
office and let us tell you about It.
Tlint the governors before him
should have done.
You remember he was tried by a dic
But you know thut machine would
It stud you cannot buy the governor,
And it tln't no use to try.
Now, boys, you remember Tom Foi
You remember*how he talked about
You remember when he failed to
He went away over in Europe to
Hut we don't believe he found it,
One reason you may want ,ub to
Well, you know that guilty conscience
Followed him down into hell.
Then ?ou know they called in a i
That great man, William J. Burns,
And on the twenty-fifth of August,
They will still aee the signs of his
Then the bridge Incident you remcm
So black, bo foul and so infame,.
Until a lot of their followers deserted
When they heaped it on a decent
Now their last resort they made to
Like a weasel they slipped Ben in,
And he robbed fully seventy-five
Of all the confidence they had in
Boys, after all this you remember,
We went to the polla like men.
What It took to elect Blease we had it,
And I bellevn oa hayn sot it again.
Now, boys, we don't want you to got
And you won't if you tako our ad
Get your ticket and board tbe Blease
And we guarantee your voyage will be
Now, boyB, \?e want to give you our
You may spi<>ad it from mountain
Wo believe Jennings and Pollock
Has ensured us. the election of
Now, boys, God knows, wo nil love
..We want to ask you one time more,
Bo sure yon get on the Blease vessel
Or you'll never reach that Wash
ington shore. '
^mammmmmmm^mm^^~James J. Cain
SlfiF TP? PUTS I IFF
VfIVh lt.?S VIU Ml h
Don*t 8tay Gray! It Barkens Bo Nat.
nrally That Nobody Can Tell.
You can turn, gray, faded heair
beautifully dark' and .lustrous almost
overnight It you'll get a 50-c*nt bot
tle of . "Vvyf??H*? Bug" an? ; Sulphur
Hair Remedy" at any drug store. Mil
lions of bottles of this old. famous
Sage Tea It eel no aro ?old annually
says a well known druggist here, be
cause It darkens tho hair so natur
ally and evenly that no one can tell
it has been applied.
Vhose-whose hair Is turning gray,
becoming faded, dry, scraggly and
thin have u jtUrprisa awaiting them,
because after one or two applications,
the gray hair vanishes and your locks
become luxuriantly dar\ and beauti
ful, all dandrug goos, sCalp item
ing and falling hair stops.
This I? the ?e of youth. Gray
haired unattractive, folks aren't want
ed' around, so get'busy' with Wyeth h
Sago and Sulphur tonight and you'll ;
be delight od with your dark, hand
some hair and your youthful appear-}'
an ce within a row days.?Evans Phar-l
macy, Acnts^?Adv, \
o STATE NEWS o
Special to Tin? Intelligencer.
Columbia, Auglst 16.?-Because of a
technical bitch lite National Currency 1
Association of South Carolina was not
organized today, hut plana wore laid
for the organization next Wednesday. J
Over $12,000,000 in: capital'and sur
plus was represented hero today
which means that the emergency Ja
mie for the state will be $3,500,000.
Fifty-two national hanks were repre
sented here today.
The Vole for 0<ueni?r in 1912.
So many persons are referring to
the liles of tho uowspupers to 3ce how
the vote mood in IU12 for Mease and
and .Jones that the following table is1
given for the benefit of all interested.'
Counties. _Bloasa Jones. Duncan.
Abbeville.. .. ..| 13?2| 1339| 41
Aiken.I 21901 1920! 87
Anderson.j 51551 2779} 77
Hamberg.j 575| 084| 22
Barn well.I 12:15 1113] 212
Beaufcrt.i 187! 494 11
Berkeley.I Gf>r>j 470: 15,
Calhoun.! 4t)7i r.si 1?
Charleston .. . .| 2670! 317.'.; :ii
Cherokee.| 1841 1255 3.1
Chester.i 1148| 1148' 28
::besterlield.!17es 12!>!? 12.1
Clarendon.j I284| 746; 20
Colleton.I 1480| 10Sti| 40.
Darlington .. ..| ir.07| 1566) 33
Dillon.t 113r?| 1007 78
Dorchester .. ..! 8731 7Slj '25
Edgefield.I 038j 130!?| 26
Falrfleld .. ,.| 7311 787i 45 j
riorence.i 2024i if* 2| viz
Georgetown .. 596| ?68! IS
Greenville .. . .| 413'J| 1015 141)!
Greenwood .. ,.| 14291 IT.SSj 24'
Hampton.| 655! 619| 29
Horry.| 2172| 1510! 116
Jasper.j 272! 246! 26
Korshaw. 1487i I026i 3s
Lancaster. 12(il| 1548? 51
I mirent).| 2201*1 1773! 87
Lee.I 10001 750j 291
Lexington.I 23Q4? 1961| 73
Marion.| 909) 11771 27 '
Marlboro.I 1147! 1253) 19
dewberry.I 1643j 1437i 48;
Oconee.I 1987! 1345 83,
Orangeburg .. ,.| 17631 2552| 41 i|
PitkenB.I 2259| 1297! 97:
Richland.I 3011! 29061 77
Saluda.I 1158f 9741 50
Spartanbprg.. ..I 55641 4904! 125 '
Sumter.I 890! 1361? 201|
Union .! 16891 1267! 44
Williamsburg. . .[ 90S| 11001 3011
York.j 23711 1924| 53 I
Totals.. .. 1 71552! 66478J 2385' S
I TOLD YOU SO
The manufacturers of Coca-Cola,
tho popular rocia fountain beverage, I
have had an excellent chance In re
cent years to taunt the public-with
tho old gibe, "I told you so." When
the product was first put on the mar
ket the manufacturer frankly told the
public its composition and explained
that it was eomiosed of syrup (sug
ar), caramel and caffeine with fruit
It seems, however, that some people
preferred to believe the slanderous
reporte rather than the actual facts;
and as slanders travel fast they soon
camo to the attention of the govern
ment. In order to ascertain the ex
act character of tho product, the gov
ernment seized a shipment of coca
cola at Chattanooga. Tonn., and
brought suit against the company In
the federal court. Expert scientists
were summoned front all parts pr
the country and labored on the case
for nearly four weeks at a cost to the
goverm..ent which has been estimated
at approximately $100.000.
It was another case of the "moun
tain laboring and bringing forth a
mouso." They found the sugar and
the caramel and the caffeine and th
fruit ilavorlng. That's all?-Adv.
CANAL NOW OPEN
First Boat Through Made- Re
cord Time, Builder Was
Panama, Aug; 15.?'The Panama
sanal Is open to the commerce of the
world. Henceforth. ships may pass to
and fro through the great waterway
which establishes a new ocean high
way for trade. ' .
The steamship Ancon, owned by the
united States .wnf department, with
many notable people on hoard today
made the official passage which sig
nalized the canal's -opening. She 'left
Cristobal at 7 o'clock this morning
and reached Balboa on .the Pacific
and at.4 o'clock this afternoon.
The Ancon will remain at the Bal
boa docks for some time, discharging
her cargo, this being the first com
mercial voyage mado through tne
The canal will he used tomorrow
for the training of four. cargo, ships
and a yacht.
The Ancon's trip was the. fastest yet
made by a large ocean steamer. The
steamer went .through the Cat un
locke in seventy minutes, a speed
never before; equalled. The other
lockages were equally rapid. ; ':>'
Colonel George W. Goethals,
builder of the canai and ; governor of
Ute tone, watched the operations
closely and was. .pleased at ,tho im
proved handling of the locks.
^Bleace Baby" Hard K? ?
We believe the attack made .by Irby
on Richards here at the state cam
paign meeting, will, if kept up. "elim
inate" Richard e. Th la few months old
Bleaee baby Is getting the-severest
spanking be has ever had.?Unioi
FACTS No. 15
OATS AND WHEAT FOR THE SOUTH
We can never stop the millions of waste from soil erosion
or the millions spent in the West for foodstuffs until every
man child of us plants grain in the Fall. The demand in the
West for grains grown in the West is increasing annually and
soon their demand will prevent them supplying us.
The South is a natural grain country. All we need is a
little more knowledge and a little more'zeal for farm improve
ment. If we knew half as much about Oats as we know about
Cotton we would double our Oats crop this Fall and not reduce
our Cotton crop a pound next summer. The up-to-date
farmers already know, but the great rank and file are not
yet on the Oats and Wheat band wagon with the enthusiasm
they will be in a year or two. The new knowledge on Wheat
and Oats cultivation and fertilization is spreading rapidly.
Our Committee will gladly furnish free to every Farmer
who writes for it a new bulletin on the HOW and WHY for
GRAIN CROPS in the New South that will add wealth to
every Fanner who reads it and follows its instructions.
Write for Bulletin No. 8 on Grain
SOIL IMPROVEMENT COMM1TTEH
Southern Fertilizer Association
Atlanta, Gi., U.S.A.
Is "My Toum"
Is "My County"
Anderson College ?
Palmetto Detective Agency
Criminal and Civil Work
k corps of trained Specialists whose services nay be secured In strict
ly legitimate work.
Address JR. O. Box 402
coming in ahnoct every day the
latest shipment being a car of
4"? r% tHUntiB_
mt w nra n. V-O?**- .
Com? m and let os show them.
They are 1914 Model*.
' We have a nice line of Pony