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WANT ADVERTISED BATE H
Twenty-five words or leas,
Ono Time 26 cents, Turee limes
60 cents. Six Times $1.00.
All advertisement ovor twenty
?vo wordn prorata for each nd
ditlonal word. Rates on 1,000
words to be usod in a month
made on application.
No advertisement taken for
leas than ::C- cent?, cash la ad
If yonr name appears in the
telephone directory you cnn tele
phone your want ad to 321 and a
bill will bo mailed after its in
sertion for prompt payment
TOR SALE- Brand new No. 7 Oliver
Typewriter at a bargain. Oliver
cam Intelligencer. ll-23-3t
FOR SALE-No. 2 L. C. Smith Type
writer In perfect condition. Addreaa
J. Cars Intclllgonctr. ll-23-3t
FOR SALE-Agricultural Limo. Ap
ply now to your gardens at rato of
from, ono to five tons per acre-lt's
cheap and thero Is not a gorden in
A ml" rn in but that needs Hmo-It
will correct blight and Bweeten
your sour soil and make your fer
tilization readily nvallable. Phone
404, Furmun Smith, Seedsman.
FOR SALE-^OnD second hand two
horse wagon. W. L. Drlssoy Lum
FOR SALE-EngllBh PaaB. Plant bo?
twocn now and tho fifteenth; Alas
ka and Morning Star varieties.
Don't let this Ideal planting season
got away from you. Furman Smith.
Beedsmar, Phone 404.
FOR SALE-Forty acres of land In
Hopewell Township, 3 room hOnsa,
new two small houses on public
road. Land fairly, level and ls of
fered for ono thousand dollars. W.
FOR SALE-Everything In the lino ot
fresh fruits that aro In season:
pears, apples, bananas, grapes,
oranges, lemons, cocoanuts, nuta <"*
all kinds, and candles that make
your mouth wator, and at prices
that don't make you sick either. J.
BUY YOUR gnspllne and motor oil
" "from the man that needs your pat?
rouage. Caudle, Corner ot Main and
WELL ARRIVE nbou't November 1st
,7a car ot good mutes; best to be had.
prices and terms right Will pay you
to see ua it lu need of a mule. The
Froiwsll Co. 10-24-Ot
WANTED-A comp?tent cook wanted
at once. Apply 118 Provost St, Mra.
Raymond Cochran. ll-24-3t
WANTED PEAS-Wo will pay you
highest market prices cash-or will
oxchange Agricultural Lime-you
certainly need tho Limo for all your
small .grain crops. Furman'Smith,
. Seedsman. Phono 484. li-lS-l?iL
WANTED-Thirty home loving peo
ple to read our daily ads la this
: paper. ' Wo have something that
.". you want, and our proposition is
splendid. Linley & Watson, Phone
? '?'UT, 10-24-t?
WHEAT HEAL A breakfast food.
Health restoring. Recommended, by
physicians. Made from native grain.
-Has a Hbo davor. Sorv? aa other
.-; core?is. Burrlss Milling Co.
WANTED-A good farm for one efl
our customers. If you have a farm
for sale we will be glad to consider
^??te'Llnley & Watson, (Jno. Linley- ]
W, E. Watson.)
3?. MARCHANT TRADE-One carl
ffToxaa Rod Rust Frock. Oats, carl
nure shorts, and all kinds of feed. !
See O. E. Turnor nt P. & N. Depot
.ALL PERSONS aro hereby warned]
not to hunt, or otherwise trespass
on niy land In Hopewell.and Broad-)
; way Township. Anderson county. D.
S. Vandiver. ll-SS-lt.
WE NOW HAVE tho largest stock b t
Pianos In the oliy. They wero
. bought , at right prices io.' cash,
. ; and we will allow no man to under- j
.,/. sell us. " Sea us ' before ; buying. Pat- ]
' " terson Munic House. : Easl Benson j
? Street, Under Masonic Temple.
LO OK 3-2,000 pounds good coat 14.73;
' 1,000- poundn good ebal $2,50} SOO!
pounds gcod coal $1.35; ? cord
. ?mooth dry 4 foot pine wood $4.00.
. Delivered - anywhere in city. Spot
cash. Blue Ridge Ice Ob., Phono
,.;<492. ' ? - ll-l^Ot
TYPEWRITER BE/ AIRING Best
equipped typewriter rebuilding ia
\Mit, south .-Factory experts for all
??V-.makes machines, *our old machias
\ " can be made as good aa new for a
'; .?mell amount. J. E. Orayton &
Co., Charlotte, N? C. C. O. Dar
\- gan, local representative.
" 10-23-20U. ,,;?v-V. >.
Dr. HENRY WELLS
O?lco F. & M. Building
Ofllco r>27-Phones-Besldcnco AC
Dr. C. Mack Sanders
Offlco 304-?-G nieclcloy Building.
Olllce Phr 3 420 Residence Phone 149.
Chisholm, Trowbridge & Saggs
New Theatre BE?2?~s
W. White?* St
C. GADSDEN SAYRE
405-406 Stockley Boiluinfl
- Anderson? S. C
Why It Wal.
Six-year-old returned from his first
dity at Sunday school very proud t.:nt
ho lind learned the Bong that tho chil
dren sang, as tiley marched in to tho
asacmhly room. "What was UK;
song?" naked tho fond parent of or
thodox persuasion. "Onwood, Chris
Do It Electrically
Blore Convenient-3foro Efficient
COME TO Tho Luncheonette when
. yon are hungry. We cook anything
that la In aoason, and wo..cook it
right Ask the man who eats here.
Short orders aerved Quickly. Oys
ters any style. Next door to Union
FOB PUBE SWEET MftK and Pure
,Sweet C.-ea tn with satisfaction
gu&ranf?ed or money ; back, Phone
4404. ^Bonham O'Neal. 1 l*23-6t
IM ifXAC?KQ your fire insurance re
member, that Frank Sc DeCamp
Realty Cora pa r.y repr?senta ? only
strong, old llt.ii companies, toar
business will ba* appreciated. .
io-T-tt , . . . - > r . 1
WE ABE PAY Wff $88 per tba ;for cot?
ton Bead, solhi- hulls at $13.00 per
too and will exchange 3 lona bulla
for 1 ton seed and 1 ton ot cotton
seed meal for ton ot seed. Martin
Wood 6 Coal Co. ; .
WYATT,the f5.CoM Mao bas yet got
coal to burn; bo doesn't like the
smbll ot tho smoke however, na*
.less som* one else has paid for tho
coal. He saya however that he Is
still saving tho pc opio lota of money
on tha).r coal billa. His phono ls
Nf AT SPAR?ANBURO
Historical Society Meets-Cabi
net Was in Session to Ar
range the Transfers.
Spartnnburg, Nov. '?i.-Tlic organi
zation of the historical society of the
Upper South Carolina Methodist con
ference was perfected last night at
Bethel church) tho meeting being a
preliminary to tho sessions of the con
ference, wl.iich began this morn- !
lng at 0:30 o'clock, with Bleftep Coi- j
lins Benny of I'Jlchanondi presiding,
Tlie society wad organized with the
election of Dr. Mark L. Carlisle, of
Greenville, president; Dr. J. L.
Stokes of Walhalla, first vice presi
dent; Kev. J. B. Traywick, of Winna
bom, second vico president; Kev. A.
M niggers of Aiken, secretary and
treasurer, and Dr. D. D. Waliace of
?:>ir .anburg, custodian. Dr. Wal
lace was chosen as the next annual
ora:or before the nociety.
Several historical records were fil
ed in the custody of tlie association,
among them (fte papers of tho lute
Kev. A. B. Holroyd. The plan was
of thc work at St. Paul .Methodist
church of Greenville, where Mr. Hol
royd serv;ed for four year.}.
An able and thorough address on
"Tho Lifo of Methodism" waa deliv
ered by Kev. 13. Toland Hodges of
Lancaster. Copies of thc address
were distributed among tho members
in pamphlet form and will bo pre
served among tho records of tho so
Remarks wero also mado by Rev. H.
B. Browne, presiding elder of tho
Kingstreo district, who was president
of tho Hostorical society of the South
Carolina conference at the division of
the state last year.
Bishop Met With Cabinet.
Bishop Denny arrived. In Spartan
burg early yesterday morning, and
met bis caolnot at 9:30 o'clock for the
purpose of arranging tho transfers
between the two conferences. Practi
cally all tlie 'presiding elders of tho
state were present to attend tho meet
ing. A meeting of tho board of mis
sions of the upper cenferenco was
held yesterday afternoon at the call
of John W. Speake, president. The
committee to receivo applications for
admission to the conferenco hold its
opening session yesteralxy morning
under Dr. Mark L. Carlisle, chair
Reports of fche.mattcrfs transacted
at these meetings will 'bo mado during
the business sessions of tho confer
The Upper South Carolina confer
enco is made up of the following dis
trict's: Anderson, Coke3bury, Col um"
hts, Groonville. Rock Hill and Spar
tanburg, and embraces tho counties'of
Doncaster, Kershaw, Aiken and part at
Richland, anil all other counties of
the rtate north and west of these.
The conference will hold two tses
slona daily-at 9:30 o'clock in the"
morning and at 7:30 o'clock In the
evening. The <set program as given in
tho ritual of tho Southern Methodist
church will he followed from day to
<Iay. The conference will continue
through Monday. The appointments
will probably be read at the Monday
Bishop Denny will deliver a Thanks-,
crt vin ir sermon b of or o a union meeting
of the Various congregations of the
city 'Thursday morning at ll ouiock.
The offerings will bo In benefit of thc
orphanages of tho Bevern! denomina
During his stay in Spartanburg
Bishop Denny is tho guest of C. P.
Sanders, a leading '?ember ot the lo
cal har. Among other conferenco VIB-.
1torB Is Bishop AlpheuB -WY Wllsor,
who hO)3 ?presided over many South
carolina conferences tn past years.
Local cotton ll 1-4 cents, v.
Seed $38 to $40.
New York Cotton.
New York, Nov. 24.-Cotton open
ed steady -and unchanged to 4 points
down with near .months relatively
easy-, under scattering liquidation
doubtless. lusplred by circulation . of
December notices estimated at about
20,000 bales. Relatively steady ca
bios and revival of peace talk stead
ied tho list Tiltil December and Jan
uary selling 7 to ll net higher. Dist
eased oft' slightly under dullness
Open.. High. Low. Close.
Dec . . ?11.4* 11.62 11.4* 11.6G
Jan . . .11.64 11.79 11.64 11.83
March . ..11.02 la.?8 11.92 12.12
May % . .12.11 13.46 12.11 12.21
July . . .12.18 12.29 12.18 12.8?
Spots 11.80. .
Open. - Close.
Jan-Peb ...... ,. . .3.85 6*89
Mar-April .. ..6.82 8.S7
May-June .. .. ., ..6.81 - 6.86
Spots 7.04. '
Went te tbe Hospital.
C. 3? Bl and tard, postmaster at
Blanchard, Cay., writes: .^"l.bqtf bid?
hey trouhlo so hui I had to go to
the hospital. Foley Kidney Pilla were
recommended te nie and thoy;,?t?m>?
plo tel y cured nae. t cannot spe?tr too
highly of them." B?fterors in avery
state havo had similar benefit from
thia standard remedy for Idda?j??e?:
hiaddsr ailruontai lt banishes back
ache, stitt iaintfi, swollen muscles
and all tba various symptoms of
wjMfcjttiea diseased ? kidneys. Sold
Washington, NOY. 24.-Seeking to
enlist in the service cf its main
tenance of way department young
men of tedlmicul training who were
born and bred rn the suuth, South
ern railway company has maintain
ed during tho past two years and
hus now successfully established a
school of student apprentices enlist
ed from graduates of tho leading
southern universities. This la In ef
fete a post graduate course to over
alls with on assurance of a practical
lifo opportunity to those w o suc
Tho men oro carefully selected,
after conference with university au
thorities, their standing with their
fellow students and jteneral qualities
of leadership displayed In theil' col
lege life being considered a3 well UT
their scholastic attainments and
special i-onslderation being given to
men who wholly or in part paid I'.elr I
way through college. The puy offer
ed ot the start is comparatively
?mall and tho work Invoices hard
ships andi self denial to an extent
that proves the. stamina of those
wlio continuo tSUs course.
Tho course has been arranged to
take the student apprentice through
the daily duties of trark work ns fol
lows: 1st, as section laborer; 2nd,
ns laborer in yards and terminals;
3rd, as laborer in extn gang; 4th,
os assistant foreman on extra . gang
or in yards; 5th, ar- relief or desig
nated section foreman; Gth, as assis
tant supervisor. Prom assistant su
pervisor tho student apprentice may
bo promoted to supervisor, to. assis
tant roadmaster, to roadmaster and
on tip os his qualifications may Justi
fy and opportunity may offer as va
Southern railway now (ho.3 In its
employ thirteen ?tudent . apprentices
of whom seven have boen promoted
to assistant supervllsors and It is a
sou reo of prldo to tho management
that, by sticking to the course under
.tho conditions imposed un 1 by
winning tho esteom of their fellow
employees and tfrlalr superior officers,
these student apprentices have Justi
fied their employment as well as
having assured ithe success of their
Page Waat? Information.
Pome, Nov. 24.-American Ambas
sador Page requested Clio Itnlinn gov
ernment to Inform him of the result
of the Investigation into tba'circum
stances attending ?the sinking of the |
Ancona. Th? American naval attache
13 getting aw?rn statements of sur
vivors', of tho Ancona to establish tko
nationality of tho ^submarine whl?V
torpedoed the Ancona. i*
' . K?lhBj?ftiln?.:'; ? ' ' v. '
' Bomo. Nov^ 24.T^tr?i?r rltallan ad
vances In tho attack on Cori zia ls an
nounced by the var ?nice. The crest
of tho Calitarlc heights wcBt of Qor
isb\ havo been reached and main-1
thined. The positions recently won
northeast of OslaVit have been|
SAGE TEA PUTS LIFE
AND COLOR IN HAIR
! D??'i Stay Gray X It Darkens
So Naturally that No
body Can Tel!,
You can turn gray, faded hair beau
tifully dark and lustrous almost over
night If you'll get a 50-ccnt bottle of
"Wyeth's -Sago and.-.'Sulphur Com
?pound" at any drug store,' Millions of
bottles of this old, famous /Sase Tea
j Kecipe are sold annually, suya a well
known druggist here, because lt dark
ens the hair so naturally and evenly
thr*. no ono. can tell'<lt bas been ap
Those whose hair Is turning, gray,
becoming faded, dry, scraggly and
thin havo a surprise awaiting them,
because after ono or two applications
tho gray hair vanishes-and your looks
become luxuriantly dark and beauti
ful-al 1 dandruff got*., '< scalp Itching
and falling hair stope.. '
Tb^a is the ago of . youth. . Gray
, haired, unattractive folks aren't
wanted around, so get busy with
Wyetb's Sago ahd Sulphur tonight
and. you ll be delighted with your
i dark, handsomo hair and your youth
ful appearance within a few days.
WHILE IT LASTS
Anderson Paint &
132 North MabStreet
. Ilia liss m
YOO CAN SAV!
WEARING Wo L. I
For 33 years W. L. Dcugia?
of the highest standard o? <
name sind thc pries stamped
fuji value. Tliey are the bess
V/i L. Douglas shoe3 &rs J
selected icnthcv3,after the late
factory at Brockton, Macs., u
i:o';'.?.\ ? ns pce tic LI of a mos~ pi
highest paid skUiedshoemnker
idctermhsation to make thc bm
W. L. Douglas $3.00 and
just aa good for style, fit anc
makes costing $4.00 to $!
perceptible ??fferer.r.e is the
None genu:r?? vnle
W. L. Douglas name ai
the retail price is stamp?
on the botter.*..
!H vo:ir lecci Auiet cannot tupply you,
for Illustrated Co'.a??g fhowina how to
by moil. V/. I.- DOUGLAS. '
?* 5il Snrrlc 3tr*et. Brockton, I
Onr Jitney Oiler-This and Gc
Dont' misa thia. Cut out this slip,
enclose with Cc and mail lt to Foley
& Co., Chicago, 111., writing your name
and address clearly. You will receive
in return a trial package containing
Foley's Honey and Tar Compound, for
bladder ailments; and Foley Cathartic
Tablets, a wholesome and thoroughly
cleansing cathartic, for constipation,
biliousness, headacho and sluggish
coughs, colds nnd croup; Foloy Kid
ney Pills, for pain in Bides and back,
rheumatism, backache, kidney and
bowels. Sold ?verywhere.
By virtuo of the .power given me
by deed of trust executed to mo by R.
F. Hall the fifth day of February,
11115, recorded in tho office of the
Clerlt of Court the twenty-third day
of February, 1916, in Book LLLL,
page 473-474, I will sell at public out
cry beforo the court house door at
Anderson, South Carolina, sale day
in December,'-1915, the following de
scribed real estate, the property of lt.
; That .storehouse and lot situate on
South Main Street, in the city ot An
derson, ^beginning on South Main
Street ct tho Koithcrn corner of-a lot
owned. by, D. C..Brown; and' running
along the 'line bf Main Strebt 28 feet ?
8 inches, more or less, to a-corner, ;
thence . along the lino of storeroom !
formerly owned by S. M. Orr parallel
with the lino of the lot formerly bo
lnoging to John O'Donnell's citato,
now own-d by D. C. Brown, .140 feat,
more or 'ess; thence to the corner cf
lot formerly owned by Hall and
Welch, parallel with line on Main
Street, 26 feet eight Inches, more or ,
leen, thence back to the beginning ?
corner 140 feet, more or less.
Terms of Bale, one-third cash; bal-''
ance in. one and two; ye&rs, secured
by thc note of the "purchaser.' ahd*
mortgage of .tho premises, with inter-'
cst ut eight pei- cent, per annum, with
leave to purchaser to pay nil. cash.
Purchaser .to. pay. extra .for paper and
M. L. Bonham,
ll-18-ltaw-3w. ' . Trustee.
To cook with is the most
convenient fuel to bc
And it is the cheaper,
too when tho least bit of thought
and attention is given it. ;
Try it for awhile, and
yon w3I >'he it. There are mair/
satisfied osera of gas m Ander
son. , .-'.-.
It's just the thing to
heat the bath room with.
& $3.50 SHOES j,?
E ?ISON EY BY r-1 wMsil^i&i^
DOUGLAS SHOES j FOR MBft f?ESgQgjg
?EANTEE? _, i-, _ i Tnpfll|^3n
; name has stood for shoes /y p?\ "oS^lgrlfe^gB?S
quality for thc price. Hi* Jp |& W.L.OOUCLAS
on the bottom guarantees J?^, fa WA3 PUT TO
knovmshoesintheworld. |ff jft?B SEVEN j
?de of the most carefully Sf K?A^fc2i5
st models, in a well equipped ig?HH& f u FACT UR mc Irt
nder the cUrection and per- ^?WRr^?] J Of.6/ Af.D. *s i
2rfect organization and the ??jP?t ^0c?J??Eri^E
s; auworkingwithanhoneat^J?f^vf^ffiKl'"Wi. es.'??ANO $4. y
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"BROS. - - - ^IMDERS?N, S, O. ^
THE BANK OF ANDERSON
The Strongest Bank in The County.
Statement of Financial Condition
November 10, 1915.
LoanB and Discounts.....$1,040,028.48
Overdrafts, Cotton, etc...... 44,177.96
Bonds and Stocks. :.. 6/520.00
Heal Estate. 35,540.00
Due from banks and bankers^_. 99,798 83
Capital Stock.$ 150.000.00
Undivided Profita _-........ 97,050.02
Dividends Unpaid. 34.00
Deposits .......................... ;. 737,144.62
Billa Payable ?.-.,. . 69,600.00
llodtscounts , .. .49,864.00
Your Banking Busineso Solicited.
?k?? The &f???
SHA VZS REDUCED TO | - 1 Oe
Best equipped shop in thc city. Strictly Sanitary. ssCSeaa
Uness is Next to Godliness." Efficient Workmen-Best service
in every respect. .
Barbers: Rainer, Bruce, Lindsay and Ras or, . ? . .
Rasor's Tonsorial Parl??.
Lig?n & Ledbettor Bldg. Next to Railroad cn North Mam.
AMrttly Kew tad Strict Mogera WASH INGTON
Opposite Capitol and Unioh Station D C
Renowned for ita High Service aud Low Rate?.
?MIB per day without Bfith $ 1,50 ana np
s?aay with bath $2.00 aa j np
^ AU Rooina Outside <
Represent the~ ?t?bSt s?i-yici;:
'cati?n tr?p> . . ' '
Opposite Tl? ;Pa?me?t(t
' ... . Main.