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WANTED-A competent combination
bookkeeper and stenographer, state
experience and Hillary expected. Ad
dress X. Y. 7J., care Intelligencer.
WASTED-.'.0 to 100 bend of Orstl
CIIIHS, Hound mules, 4 to 8 yearn of
agc. Wu are not buying for the
war. Want more cia??, und willing
to pay better price. The Frotwell
WAISTED-You to know that I am
this season handling the Genuine
Tennessee Blue Gem Coal, and not
asking anymore for lt than you
nave paid for Inferior coal?. I have
a stock of tho best wood in town
on hand. Give me a trial. W. O.
tMmor, Phone 649._
WANTED-Every houso keeper In An
derson to try a loaf of "Aunt Mary's
Cream Bread." Ita made at home
and your grocer keeps it. Ander
son Pure Food Co. 8-15-Dtf I
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FOR SALE-Latent modol No. 9 Oliver
typewriter brand new. Never out
of thu box since received. Add res?
C. C. caro of Intelligencer. 9-15-3L
FOR SALE-Onion sets; Whlto PeaT?,
Bermuda, Prize Taken, Sliver, Skin,
Yellow Danvers, and Multipliers.
Tills IB planting season. Furman
FOB SALE--Nice five room Bunga
low with every modern convenience,
and located in a splendid neighbor
hood on Wobb street. Will sacrifice
for quick sale. J. F. McClure, Jr.,
211 Webb St.. Phone 843 9-12-Ctp.
FOB BENT-House and 2 acres of
land and plenty of fruit in Town
ville. Price reasonable. See Mrs.
J. B. Wooten, Town ville or T. F.
Wright care Davis Bros. Stable, An
BENT COLLECTING a Specialty. List
your houses with me. Houses and
lots for sale on easy terms. I deal
with all'clients on a Just and re
liable basis. Office on the Bquare.
W. C. Broadwell. 9-15-6tp.
We have employed an expert PIANO
TUN Flt, ' who will give prompt
and careful attention to orders left
with ut. C. A. Reed, Piano & Organ
Co., 314 S. Main St. 9-1-lm.
SUBSCRIPTIONS TO DAILY INTEL*
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teat which closed March, 1914, in or
der to secure votes to win the cap
ital prise, I pur chaton a number of
subscriptions to the Dally Intelli
gencer at the rate of $5.00 a year
In order to get some of the money
back which I put Into the contest
. I will sell a limited number ot sub.
scriptlons to tho Daily Intelligencer
at the rate ot li .00 a year to anyon?
wishing to subscribe or renew theit
subscription to this paper, or at s
rate of $1.26 a year to the Semi
weekly Intelligencer. It interested,
address P. O. Boi 347. Andorson
WHEN TOD can not soe r'ght step la
onf Optical Department and get Just
the Glasses you need. Complete
grinding plant. Eyes scientifically
tested. Dr. M. It. Campbell, Louisa
S. Hllgenboeker, assistant, 112 W.
Whltner St.. Ground Floor.
FOLEY KIDNEY ?dis
SOS BACKACHE glOH v,? ^ 't-AJOkS
CREAM FOR CATARRH
OPENS UP NOSTRILS
Tens How To Get Quick Belief
from Head-Colds. IVs Splendid I
In or J minute your clogs ed nostrils
will ( pen the air passage of your
head will clear and you can breath o
freely. No more hawking, snuffing,
blowing, headache dryness. No
struggling for breath at night; your
cold or catarrh will be gone.
Get a small bottle of Ely's Cream
Balm from your druggist now. Ap
ply a little of thies fragrant, an
tiseptic, healing cream in your nos
tril. It penetrates through every
air ?sisas*, of the head soothes the
inflamed or swollen mucous membrane
and. relief pomes .Instantly.
It's Jost fine. Don't stay stuffed up
with a cold or nasty catarrh-relief
. comes so quickly.
Start? With Good Attendan i
Building Hat Been Over
hauled During Summer.
Pendleton. Sept. Vi - The Pendle
ton graded and high sci ool opened its
door? lor work on Mon lay morning
willi an enrollment of 155 pupils. The
largest number faythe opening day in
Quite 0 number bf patrons and
friend-* were prose it at the opening
Alter the scripture redding tty Rev.
T. !.. Smith, the itanilst p astor, pray
er by Kev. w. C. Owings, the Meth
odist pastor, und a fow remarks by
the principali T. L. lianna, the teach
ers returned to their rooms whore the
work of enrolling began!
A good amount of work lia? been
done tills summer on the school
building with the use or the paint
brush. The Civic league and school
improvement association have given
lUUiih time and attention to tho flow
ers on til- sdiiool ?round during the
Principal T L. lianna begins lils
sixth years work here. Much credit
ls ?lue him for his faithful work and
The teachers for tills session are:
Miss Heile McCutchen of Rein bort;
assistant high school teacher; Miss
Agues Seyle of Greenville, sixth ami
seventh Krudes; Miss Sadie Sulllvi
of laurens, fourth und fifth grad?..,;
MJUH Alma Cole, of Lynchburg, sec
ond and third grade; Miss May M.
llliinuut of !Y.dgeway, first grade.
IN SOUTH CHECKS
MOVE ON RAILWAY
(OONTLNl'EI) FROM PACK ONE.)
(Ired miler east bf.H-est-Lltov.sk. Fur
ther sect, ss for the Germana trying
to take Kiga is diso announced.?
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Russin rails Reserves.
Petrograd. Sept. IC. - An tmperinl
ukase was issued today calling to the
colors the reserves of tlie territorial
army. The senate is Instructed to de
termine tile ages and numbers of tho
reserves and the distric ts from which
they rfliall be called.
London. Sept. lt!.-Tlie admiralty
announced that tho British submarine
E-7 probably had been sunk oft Ci o
KOTICE TO TEACIIEKS.
The regular examination for teach
ers will be held in the court house on
Friday, October 1st, commencing at
9 o'clock a. m. Persons Interested aro
asked to luke notice.
. J. D. Felton.
Supt ot Education.
Charleston & Western
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*? .? s. ALLEN,
.. .l^re?a Manage?.
Berlin, AUK. -'J- - (Associated l'ress i
Correspondence.)- Forty prominent
figure? in Hie present war, runging
from Emperor Francis Joseph of
Austria to tito commandant uf a tier
man submarine) bad been, up to Alt'
?list I. decorated with tho order pour
le meriti', the highes! military service
medal vlthln ?ie sift of the dorman
emperor. Hight of those forty have
received Ihe additional ?o?d oak
leaves with which the order ls some
times decorated as a mark of special
The order is now 17.'. years old. bul
lt 'nas only been since 1810 thai.
lt has been conferred evcluslvely fo.
extraordinary service in war. King
Frederick, William III in that year
stipulated tl ia', he would not "loan'*
it for any other cause, anil three years
later created the oak leaf comple
ment to Hie order.
The names of those who have earn
ed the pour Io m?rite In the present
war aro almost without exception
known all OV?T the world now though
many of ti lem, probably the majority,
had never been heard of before thc I
present conflict began. Many were
not even known In Germany. Herc Is
Emperor Francis Joseph, General
von Emmlch, General Field Marshall
von Hindenburg, General von ?Zwebl,
Lieutenant von dev Linde, General
von Iteseler, (Jenora 1 von Quast. Lieu
tenant General Ludrndorff, Captain
(Xto Weddlngcn. Colonel cGncral von
Woyroch. General Field Mara'nall von
Hackensen. General Litzman, Gen
eral Lltzman, General Scheffer-Boya
del, Lieutenant General von Morgan,
General von Mu.Ira, General von Fal
kenhayn. General Otto von l.'elow.
LfetttenaOti General Kostii, General
von der Marwitz, Colonel General von
Einem, Genoral Riemann, General
Fleck, Prince Eitel Prince Eitel Fried
rich, General Field Marshal von Bue
low. Colonel General von Kludk, Arch
duke Fredlrlck of Austria. General
Conrad von Koetxendorff of Austria.
Major General \ori Soekt, General von
Lin s inderi. General von Francois,
Archduke of Saxony-Altenburg, Gen
oral von Plettenberg. Lieutenant Cen
eral von Kreussl. Cnotuin Horsing,
.Major (ienerul von Zeiten, General
von Botnire, General von Gerok, Gen
erl von Stolzmann, General von Gall
wlts and General von Claer.
The extra oak leaves already refer
red to have been conferred on Hin
denherg, Heselr; Mackensen,. Kmmlch,
Fulkanhayn, Marwitz, Linsingen and
By creation of King Frederick Wil
liam IV in 1842 there now ts a peace
class of this order, limited to thirty
"knights." A crown now is added, as
are tho oak leaves, but this can he giv
en only on the ">0th jubilee anniversary
of tho order. King William 1. In
18GB, added a grand cross, which how
ever, has been given to but two per
sons-the then crown prince, later
Emperor Frederick HI, and Punco
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? TOWN VF! LF ?
W. C. King, R. H. Price and Mr.
Carteo have returned from a trip to
Mr. M. L. Banks and family have
returned to their home after spending
several days with relatives Lore. Rev.
Banks having occupied tue pulpit at
the Met boil ist church several timea.
Mr. and Mrs. V. C. King and chil
dren. Lila, Inez, Bernice, Maugeritc
and W. C. Jr.. spent last Sunday very
pleasantly at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Elias Earle.
Mr. AsbiM of Ellison, S. C., and
Mr. Paterson of Laurens. S. C., are
the guesta of MT. and Mrs. E. C.
Miss Fannie Broyles is visiting rela
tives at Seneca.
Mias Marie Gaines is visiting rela
tives at Starr. She ls thc guest of
Mr. and Mrs. Luther Dean.
Misses Alleen and Annie Mae I^ed
Niter anent last week In Anderson.
Dr. J. D. Oiapman of Greenville
recently spent a few days here. He
is working for t'ae Judson centennial
Misses Sara Moss aud Eunice Grant
of 'Walhalla have returned to their
homes after a visit of several days
with Miss Winnie Grubbs
Mrs. Theo Fant is home after sp ml -
lng a few days in Anderson. She
was the guest of J. B. Felton and
Mr. and Mr?. Harder Lipon spent
last week In Enorce. They were the
guests ot Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ligon.
Miss Alice Price, who lc attending
the Cecil Business college spent the
week-end at 'home.
Misses. Caro Geer, Hazel Pruitt ami
Carrie jackson of Anderson, , have
been relatives and friends here.
Miss Daurlce Price entertained
quite a number of friends nt a lawn
jriftjrf. The lawn ?wa? beauCTully
lighted with Japanese lanterns. After
% few hours of conversation the
palest* were served with cake and
.".Hr. H. W. Spears is staying in U12
office of Sunt. J. B. Felton, assisting
Mr. Felton with hla work.'
. Mr. Monroe Fant of Pendleton is
the guee: of R. S. Fant.
N Miss Marie Gaines entertained at a
lawn party tn honor of Miss Annie
Louise Ashil l. At a late hour ref regi
ments were served.
MTS. 8. R. Heller has returned
from a two weeks stay at La von ia.
- Born unto l\>v. and Mrs. R. H.
Lupo, a boy.
The Literary school will begin bert
? STANDING OF THC CLUBS. ?
New Orleans. 87 58
nii-mlngliani. Mi 64
Memphis. 78 68
Nashville. 73 71
Atlanta. 71 72
Chattanooga. titi 76
Mobile. 64 82
Little Kook. 58 85
IJoston. !>u 4G
Detroit. ?1 48
; Itlcago. 80 58
New York. ?0 7:1
Cleveland. 52 85
St. LOUIB. 67 79
Philadelphia. 38 95
Philadelphia. 77 57
?rooklyn ....... 73 64
Boston . 72 63
St. Iritis .. ? ... CC 72
Cincinnati .. .'. ... Cf> 71
Chicago. 64 69
Pittsburgh. CS 75
New York. Cl 73
Pittsburgh. 75 CO
Chicago. 74 62
St. I^ouis .. :. ... 73 64
Newark. SU 72
Kansas City. 69 64
Ilu?Talo. 09 69
Brooklyn. 68 71
Baltimore. 44 90
4? YESTERDAY'S RESULTS.
At Nashville 3; Atlanta 1.
At Memphis 5; New Orleans.
At Chattanooga 3; Mobile 2.
At Little Hock 2; Birmingham 13.
At Chicago 1; lirooklyn 0; twelve
At Pittsburg 4; New York 8.
At Cincinnati 3; Philadelphia 10.
At St. I.ouls-Boston, games jMjst
poi.od. wet grounds.
At New York 3; Chicago 2.
At Boston 1: Detroit 6.
At Washingt?n 8; St. Louis 2.
Only three scheduled.
At Pittsburgh 8; haltimore 5.
At St. Loni:-. 6; Brooklyn 8; eleven
At Kansas City-Newark, postponed,
Only three scheduled.
Local cotton 10 3-8 cents.
New York Market.
Open. High. Low. Close.
Oct. . . .10.75 10.78* 16.64 10.70
Dec. . . .11.04 11.15 11.00 11.06
Jan. . . .11.26 11.28 11.12 11.21
March . ..11.54 11.59 11.44 11.49
May . . ..ll.ST* 11.85 11.70 11.77
Jan-Feb.fi. 41 6,35
May-June.'.. . .6.52 6.47
"Papa w?mt do you call a man who
runs an automobile?" It depends on
bow near he comes to hitting me."
Statement of the Condition of
The Dime Savings Bank
Located nt Anderson, S. C.
At the close of business September 2,
Loans and discounts.$74.339.44
(Overdrafts .. . 1,280.33
Furniture and fixture? .. .. 600.00
Due from banks and bank
ers .,. 4.474.88
! Currency ... 233.00
I Gold. 132.00
Silver and other minor coln. 155.67
Checks and cash items ..... 130.68.
Exchanges for Ute clearing
Other r cseu recs, vis: .. .. 64.90
I Capital stock paid in .. .. $14,000.00
I Undivided prouts, less cur
rent expenses and taxes
Individual deposits .
subject to check..36,100.09
Savings deposits.. 17,610.62
deposit. 1.400 *C
Cashier's checks , 329.19 66,339.91
Bills payable. Including
certificates for money
borrowed .. . 12,000.00
STATE OF .SOUTH CAROLUMA.
County of Anderson, sa
Before me came. J. R. Shelor cashier
of thc above named bank, who, be
ing duly sworn, says that the above
and foregoing stammest is a true con
dition of said bank, an shown by the
bocks of said bank.
J. R. Shelor.
Sworn to and subecrRied before me
this 16 day of Sept., 1916.
E. M. Scott,
Notary Public 8. C.
J. D. Brown,
8. H. Parker.
Jno. B. Humbert,
HAS t?iST ME Bi
Louses of Allies ?( SI rail s Include
tm? Killed, According to Medical
(From tho New York Sun.)
The total casualties of the Allied
troops nt Uic Dardanelles up to tho
middle of July, according lo an ar
ticle in the current issue of Thc
Journal of the American Medical as
sociation, were ."?7,808 men, of whom
X.OH'J were killed or died of wounds.
The Journal describes tue difficult
conditions under which hospital work
ls carried on, saying that medical at
tendants are insulilctent and that
long voyages are necessary before
tho base hospitals at Lemnos. Alex
andria and Ma ita can be reached.
"So exposed ls the land (fiat no
site for a hospital can be found."
The Journal says. "Within three
weeks as many aa '?0.O0U wounded
were taken to Alexandria, two and n
li it 1 f days' sail. Fn route ?inly thc
most urgent first aid treatment could
be given. Sometimes tho troop ships
i become so full of wounded that tln-y
A^IIf ?"lATI A fl 4 \JV Capitol and Surplus *I25JMH).0O
I jilli il 5S\ A KAniK Collert?ona (Jb/cn Careful Attention
VlllUUlU* Ullina jenson A. Smyth, duo. A. Iludgens,
P?lvar ? r President, Cashier.
I ClAtl, ?. V. M. ji. TulllKon, Asst Cashier.
Tl ft \Jjr AF TIT>f TAIT Capital and Suncos ?l30,omuo
BANK OF BELTON?'S?" '"iP?
ftnlrnn Q f President. Y. P. aud Cashier.
DtllUIl, Om <U. H. li. Campbell, AssL Cashier.
have to leave the front before their
atores are disembarked. Often thc
wounded drag themselves two miles
to reach dressing stations." The ar
tlclo adds that the over-crowded hos
pital ..'.Ipa are frequently fired on
by forts and arc subjected to bom
bardment by a?roplane?.
IV here Fear Lay.
Evelyn is very cowardly, and her
father decided to have a serious talk
with his little daughter.
"Father," she said at tho close of
his lecture, "when you ace a cow,
ain't you "?rald?"
"So. certainly not, Evelyn."
"When you ace a bumblebee, ain't
"So " with scorn.
"Ain't you 'fraid when it thun
"No," with laughter. "Oh, you silly,
"Pupa." said Evelyn, solemnly,
"ain't you 'fraid of nothing in tho
world but mama?"-Shprt Stories.
First Year Values
The first year values of Mutual Benefit policies constitute an attrac
tive feature for the protection of the insured. While most compan
ies grant non-forfeiture values after three years' and some after two
years' premiums have been paid, the Mutual Benefit is the only com
pany whose policies provide for extended insurance when less than
two annual premiums have been paid. Nearly all Mutual Benefit
policies provide for extended insurance after the payment of only
one annual premium and in some cases after the payment of a semi
annual or quarterly premium.
On May 13, 1913, the Mutual Benefit issued a policy on the life*of Mr. Albert R. Cate, of
Spring City, Tenn. It was on the 20 Payment Life Plan for ?1,000, the age of the insured
being twenty-one. Semi-annual premiums were paid fer one and one-half years, but the
premium due October 1, 1914 (policy having been dated back to the first of April original
ly), was not paid. Under the peculairly attractive non-forfeiture system of the Mutu? Dene-,
fit referred to above the insurance, however, was automatically extended in full for v<vo years
and 153 days until March 3, 1917, the final dividend of S3.31 being used to lengthen the ex
tension term. On June 8, 1915, Mr. Cate was accidentally drowned. This was within the
extension period during which the insurance was insured, so on the day after proofs of loss
were received at the home Office, July 1st, check "or $1,000 was forwarded to the adminis
This case not only illustrates the value of the Mutual Benefit's practical non-forfeiture system,
but it also emphasizes the uncertainty of individual life even for a young man.
THE MUTUAL BENEFIT LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
M. M. MATT1SON, GENERAL AGENT. v
C. W. Webb, District Agent.
J. J. Trowbridge,
C. E. Tribble,
Anderson, S. C.
TAKE SALTS FOR
THE KIDNEYS IF
YOUR BACK HURTS
tte Should Drink Lots of Water and Eat Less ^Meat,! Says
, Noted Authority on Kidney Disorders
Recommends a Spoonful of Jad Salts In Glass of Water Before!
Breakfast to Stimulate Kidneys and Eliminate >*-?
the Uric Acid
Uric acid in meat excites tho kidneys, they
become overworked, cet sluggish, ache, and feel
Uko lumps of lead. The urine becomes cloudy,
the bladder is irritated, and you may be obliged
to seek relief two or three times during the night.
When the kidneys clog you must help them flush
off the body's urinous waste or you'll be a real
sick person shortly. At first you feel a dull
misery in the kidney region, you suffer from
backache, sick headache, dizziness, stomach gets
sour, tongue coated and you feel rheumatic
twinges when the weather is bad. <"?
? . Bat less meat, drink iota of water; also get
Item any pharmacist four'ounces of Jad Setts;
ft&ke a tablespoonful j? a glass of water before
breakfast for a few days and your kidneys will
then act fine. This famous salts is made from
the ucid of grapes and lemon juice, combined
with lithia, and has been used for generations
to clean clogged kidneys and stimulate them
to normal activity, also to neutralice the acids
in urine, so it no longer is a source ol irritation,
thus ending bladder . weakness.
^,?d?al.ts \9. ?B?P?n?ve, cannot fn?ur?; makes
a delightful effervescent lithia-water drink which
everyone should take now and then to keep the
kidneys clean and active. Druggists here say
they sclMoU of Jad Salts tc folk. whVbeneve"?
overcoming, hidcoy trouble while it is only
trouble.. . . ^