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Telephone to Glazier .*T WISH you would get a glazier to come * I up and set that pane of glass the chil dren broke yesterday. Thc house is as cold as a barn," said the surburban house wife, as1 her husband was about to go to business. "Haven't time this morning," replied her hus band. "Just look in tlie Telephone Directory you'll find several there. Give the order to the one who says he will send a man right up." >* Its the man with the telephone who gets the hurry orders every time. When you telephone-.smile SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY After This Rain if you will apply 200 lbs to the ,of our 9-6 or our 4-10-2 or Iour 4-7-2 to your cotton it will gi help it wonderfully. H .v.- "You w?nt to, make. all the ? cotton you Can this year and you walt to hurry it up so that it I I m\t amature and open early. I ? J Pays to Side-Dress Corn. ? I Merson Phosphate & I I OA Co. I I ANDERSON, S. C. 1 [nfl it ? E?S TWO NEW DOCTORS IN THIS COUNTY For every ache Ktt? pain ls a rclla bjo remedy. You can cure tho diffi culty if you only act In time and act with wisdom. A lazy, torpid, sluggish liver ls. without a doubt, responsible for moro aches ad? pains than any pther thing; for to lt we trace constl pation, biliousness, indigestion, head ache, etc. R:L. T. knocks al lthcso out by going right to ?e. bottom of tho difficulty--tho livor and ?erm thoro,-.strengthens tho cn ti ro s y st om. A > trial proves it. I 60;cents and $1.00 per botle at your druggists. L^nufa?lur?d^nd Gtm ran teed by JSvati'si Ph?rm?cy. Prominent Han Head. 3/fttoago, Jut?V^ -Fred. A.. ..fcusse former, mayor, or Chicago and) for years a well kn o v. n republican poli tician, died today at hts home. Ho ma-'been "ill mWfy 'tte?ka- abd was taken to his homa from Mercy hospl Anderson Man and Man From Honea Path Admitted To Prac tice Medicine in State \mong thc names appearing in tho list sent out yesterday of those who will rccelvo licenses to practice med Icino in South Carolina appear the liamos of S. McP. Browne of Audor on and J. P. Knight of lloncu Path These young men stood the examina lion in Co lu m bia last month and both passed willi flying colors. They are now full fledged physicians ano* have the right to practice their profession in tills state. The Anderson county mon ure both well known here and they will receive tho congratulations ?>f friends upon receiving their li censes. Quito n number stood the examina lion when lt was held in Columbia .ot.illng 82 and of this number 50 will receive licenses. The members of the board Harry H. Wyman, M. D., Aiken; L. Shaw. M. D.; Fountain Inn; J. J. Watson, M. D.. Columbia; John Lyon. M. D., Greenwood; J. T. Taylor, M. D., AdamB Run; E. W. Pressley, M. D" Clover; A. Moultrie nrailsford, M. D., Mullins, and A. Earle Boozer, M. D., secretary, Columbia. .Real Meaning of Leisure. "Leisure," says Deacon W. C Palm??, "is no timo to lour. It's a time to do thoso things you've boen wanting to io." fjtM^Tff lISlTiMt MmXiWiT* warru Iii RUN SCHEDULES ; WILL HAUL FREIGHT TO AND FROM CITY SERVE TOWN VILLE i Georgia Men To Try Plan of Having Automobile Truck Carry Publ:c and Freight Two Georgia mon luivu struck on a happy i?h a .holli for Tow n ville and for Anderson, and Hoy will shortly pul this plan into ?xecution, lu short Iplan ii to put on a hack service lo lu* o (?erat ed between Anderson ami Ti Wilvil!-: nod tn make the trip dally. A larne automobile truck, with a bi? currying capacity, bas been purchased for tliiu purpo.su by lt. (J. Whitworth mir! J. li. Carne*?, both of l.avonia. Gu., ?mil Hie i.- gentlemen believe ihat they ; \.ill make rome money out of thu veil-j tun:, helping both Anderson mid . Towiiv'rlle al Hie same time. ? Heretofore the people of Townvlllc have h> . :i having all their freight :.hipped to oilier stations, along the j malu line nf the Southern railway, but j willi the truck in service in Anderson they will most assuredly choose the hitler method. lt is also planned to carry passen-1 ger:i for the trip on certain days of Hie weeis and this will also prove lt? be nuit e cnn veulent. ELECTRIC STORM DESTROYS HOUSE Smith School House Struck By Lightning and Burned With All Contents The Smith school house, localed I alioni one mlle from Sundy Springs, was totally destroyed by tire with all it.: contents yesterday during an elec trical storm of considerable violence that visited the Sandy Springs sec tion. Tin; building was practically new, having been completed only last summer, ami was one of the best equipped rural schools in this section. The storm, that broke ut about 2 o'clock yesterday was one of the worst witnessed in some time in thc Sundy Springs section, and brought a much needed rain to thu farmers of the county, lt ls not known what in surance was carried on the destroyed building. WEXT CONFERENCE AT HONEAPATH CHURCH THAT PLACE WAS SELECTED YESTERDAY MUCH BUSINESS District Convention of the Meth odist. Church Was Concluded Here Last Night The second day of the district con ference of thc Methodist church for this district came to a close at Bethel Methodist church last night. The conference was one ot thc best ever held In tills city and every delegate in attendance expressed himself as en joying the occasion. It was expected Wednesday that thc mooting would come lo a dose yes terday and this proved to be true. The most Important action of thc body, taken at yesterday's conven tion, was the ? election of tho next meeting place, nnd this- resulted In choosing Honea Path for the meeting to be held In 1915. Alter discussing various mutters of Importance and hearing several splen did addresses yestcrduy, the presiding elder announced the appointment of several important committees. Next the body beard a few able addresses and then the conference came to an end. Heforc departing for their homes last night, the delegates said that they had never enjoyed a more pleasant meeting than was thc one held with thc Anderson church. ANNUAL MEETING Of Hie Woman's Missionary Society of S iluda Association. Tho nnnaul meeting will be held at Honea Path Baptist church July 15-16. We hopo that every church may have a representative. I ot me say to those who have been elected delegates that you muke a special effort to bo pres ent, for lt ls very necessary that you be thero. Again, let mo Insist that every dol cghte register inmediately on arrival in order that the enrollment commit tee may be able to make a full report. ''Tike your plans now to spend both' i if poss'.'ole. Thu program shall l e printed tn Saturday'-; papers, lt yt i have not sent your name yet, please do ?0 Immediately. Send to Mrs. W. J. McGee. Honea Path. Mrs. E. \V. Masters, Supt. NOTICE Notice ls hereby given that Der Frcundschsfts Bund, a social organi sation lu the city of Anderson, S. C., will apply to the Secretary of State fer Incorporation, on the 14th of July, 1914. N. FLEISHMAN, Secretary. | Friday, Saturday JSund&y. RENT COLLECTION FOR I ANDERSON LIBRARY _ NEW SYSTEM WILL SHORTLY : BE INSTITUTED WILL RENT BOOKS Same System To Be Followed In Anderson As Is Now Practiced By Other Foremost Cities Thc I rust ecu of thc library ?ii their reefuiI meeting decided lo establish a ri-ni collection department. This col lection consista of some ot Hie latest' and bent fiction ami any registered member of the library may draw hooks I rom this collei lion by paying lin: nominal sum of two cents pur day for each hook taken out. No book, however, can be kept out more than a wee A without un additional charge ol' two cents per day which is tin usual tine tor books kept over time. This collection ha? been established by many of the libraries over the country and bas proved very popular with Hie reading public. The libra rian here iii in receipt of a b iter from the libral ian of the Carnegie library of Allanta in which she says, "the experiment was an immediate success and many words of lippi oval have Leen heard from the u cr:' of Hie li brary. From the iiecleus of 101 vol-, nines bought in June fer $117..M) the collection grew until on December 31, ??;#!> volumes had been adtted, bought at a coi t of $686.54. These volumes circulated 11,273 times and the rent amounted to $686.64." The object of tilts lolled ion is not to raise money for the library but to suppl?ment the fiction in the library at a netti im: 1 cort to the readers and if it proves popular here as il. bas in other librarlea, oilier books will be added from time to time. The hook.; have been catalogued and will '.ie ready for circulation Friday morn ing. Following arc the rules adopted bv the association, a copy of which will be pasted in each Oi (he books of the eel lection : Huies governing rent collection of books : This hook belongs to the rent collec tion of the Anderson Public library. The rental for euch book shall be two (2) cents per day and any regis tered member of the library may draw books from this collection upon paying Ibis amount to tho library. Thc rental must be paid when the book Is returned or the borrower's card will bc hold until all charges have been paid and no books can be drawn from this department of the li brary until all rent, and damages have ben paid. Books eanont be drawn from the rent collection!-'for a longer''period than one (ll week wit .'mut the usual feo of two (2) cents per day. No book can be transferred unless lt la presented at the desk fend the tramfcr made by the librarian. FORD OPTIMISTIC ABOUT BUSINESS In Conversation With President Said Business Was Getting I Better Every Day (By Associated Press.) Washington, July il.-Optimistic views of business conditions were presented to President Wilson today by Henry Ford, the Detroit manufac turer, during an hour's conference at tho White House. Mr, Ford told the president he saw no-evidences of any sort of business depression, psycho logical or otherwise, and said that in his opinion business was getting bet ter all the time. ' "Tho only trouble is,". Mr. Ford said, "that some people seem pessimistic. If every one would only cheer up and attend to their huslnesss. this calamity talk would stop immediately." Tho president and Mr. Ford dis cussed the trust hills .In a general way, as well as the business session Officials close to tho president said he was greatly encouraged by his tu Ik with Mr. Ford. TROOPS WILL GO TO ENCAMPMENT May Go Unarmed as Citizens and Arms Shipped As Bagage or Express (By Associated Press.) Washington, July 9.-The refusal of Governor Blease to permit North Carolina and Georgia militia troops to pass through South' Carolina en route to the military encampment at Augusta, has not been the basis of representations to the war depart ment and in the opinion of officials will not be. Although tho state troops will go to the encampment on invitation of the war department, they have no federal status and officials said today the de partment had nor authority to order their transportation through ' South Carolina. It was pointed out that the militia of one elate may.not enter- another state armed except, on permission from tho governor, but tho suggestion was offered that the order of the South Carolina governor might be cir cumvented by the militiamen travel ing through tho state, as- individual passengers, unarmed. If this plan were resorted to. the troopers arm? could be sent by express OT as bag Open Saturday From 4:00 to 6:00 p. m. to Receive Deposits THE D proposes to extend c John W. Linley, A. S. Farmer, .'tl. M. Mal OFFICEHS: J. Il V/ERE CHARMED ! WITH ANDERSON (Continued from nage l.i hud surely opened his eyes. He had heard much of Anderson and wished to see something of tho game little . city which is now being so much talk ed of in the state. Ho paid a fine \ compliment to Dr./Jas. I". Kinard, the ' new president, -and declared his be- 1 lief that Anderson college has a great futuro. H. S. Ligon, chairman of the local ! board of trustees, referred to his ex-. perlcnce as a "printer's devil," or ap- j prentice tn a printing office, and grew ; quite eloquent in telling of the need for educational institutions of high standards. He urged that every state' college and every other college be, frank In the statements in their cata- ! logue, and declared with earnestness that Anderson college; would always try to live up U? ita declarations in j itu catalogue,. He spoke of the pow- ? er of the press to aid in the advance ment of the cause of education. Jas! L. Sims of/ Arangeburg, United i States marshal for this state and t treasurer of the press association, de- j dared his firm conviction that this i state needs n compulsory attendance law to require the parents to give ! thcir'childrcn a chance. He declared j with feeling that 40.000 white dill-? dren in this state arc kept out of tho . schools by the action of their parents, j Mr. Sims expressed his admiration j for Anderson college and ( fpr the city of Anderson . ' - ' Senator Nells Christensen Nells Christensen, senator from Beaufort and editor of the Gazette stated that he had been profoundly impressed with the declarations of Mr. Llgon. Mr. Christensen has been n member of the legislative commit tee to visit the stule college and he stated that Anderson college surely has a splendid opportunity, and he was proud that South Carolina has men of the vision and patriotism that has been shown by the trustees and founders of this institution. Col. W. J, Talbert of Edgefleld, who had been Invited to come along with tlie party, was called upon for some jokes, ns he is a well known racon teur. He told a few to illustrate how much delighted he ls with Anderson and Anderson college. A splendid talk was ruade by Jas. L. Minis of Edgefield, one of tho bterling men of the state. Hes stated that he had never been so much Im pressed with the greatness of South Carolina as he had been by the Pied mont and Northern rallwa>. He wishes to see it continued to Edge field so that the girls from down that way may come to Anderson col lege. It ls only 29 miles from Edge field to Ninety-six. and yet In conn ing to Anderson he would have to ride half a day in a circuitous route to get even as far as Ninety-Six. Ho wn3 deeply In earnest over the proposi tion of extending tho line. Mr. Mirna complimented Anderson college most warmly, and stated hlB belief In thc future of the institution because it has as its head a man of such splendid character and of such unusual quali fications as his former teacher at' thc Citadel, the new president. Dr. Jas. P. Kinard All of these spcecehs were Im promptu and were given in response to roquets from the acting president of the association. There were other good speakers among the citizens and among the "press gang," but about this time the rain ceased and it was decided to try to take a' little automo bile ride over the city in the remain ing intervening time, and the infor mal exercises wore brought to a hap py close close by a few words fron* Miss Juanita Wylie of Lancaster, edi tor of tho'Nows, who stated that An derson is "Her Town," and then she bade "good bye" for the members of tho association. During the ride around the city, which was much enjoyed, the visitors found the Electric City quite up to all the good things that they had heard of it. The association returned to the special train and at Belton separated Into two parties, some re? turning to Chick. Springs and the others going on to their homes via Columbia. The visitors were much Impressed with tho fact that the splendid women of Anderson would leavo their horner in tho middle'of the day to seo that the city's visitors were given every attention, and that the business men would leave their stores and offices with such gracious ness to show ti.? visitors around over the city. They left declaring that they were glad to have come In con tact with tho Anderson spirit. WE Open Saturday From 4:00 to 6:00 p. m. to Reseive Deposits ^ant to Stress e fact that wc are open Saturday from 4 to 6 to receive deposits. IME SAVINGS BANK ivery facility to the salaried men and wo len. We pay 4 per cent. DI HECTORS: K. 51. Duckworth, S. It. Parker, J. II. Crate, J. 1?. Brown, lt (son, .Ino. H. Il um lu ri. . Drown, I'rcs. J. ll. Shelor, V. Pres. W. E. WatNon, Cushier T^IT 7" I IHN yon deal with litis Spank you can rest assured that it is always re ad y to help you in doing that which is best for t lie growth and advancement of your interests along leg ?t?mate lines. When yon keep a hank account with us von have the use of facilities of this institution, the benefit of the advice and suggestions of the officers, and then it you e ver need loan accomodation, it is yours for the asking. We make it a point to take care of the needs of our depositi ng customers first of all. No de posit too small to open a n account with us. We are still making a spe chilly of small notes running from $25 to Slot)-that will be paid in Octoher and the first half of November. Bring Hiern to us. Interest paid on deposits. FARMERS k MERCHANTS BANK and FARMERS LOAN & TRUST CO. ANDERSON, S. C. On His 21st Birthday j Buy the Boy a Watch AGIFT that , will be treasured, appreci ated and will last a life time. A Hamilton or H?ward $10 to $75. The Survival of the Fittest The Furniture we carry is the sur vival of the fittest, Fittest in design, fittest in workman ship and fittest in price, lt will fit in in any place iii your home. G. ?. TOLLY & S?ft "YOU ALL** KNOW WHERE WE ARE Is it your eyes or glasses in question? Alrirjht then don't seek further, just see me. I specialize on these troubles and can give you that finish on work thnt spells satisfaction. Prices $3.00 to $5.00 up. Repairs 10c up.. IPIP '?VVbitner, St Ground floor telephone connections. DR. MR.