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New Modish Styles
We unk women who cere
about their gboeg to look at the
season's new cr?ations non on
display nt this store Styles
more attractive and qualities
better than erer< before.
The stylos shown herewith
made of uateut calf skin, topped
with black and the popular met
tante colored toured resting
beautiful uuulfiy craveneUes
and dull kid-fashioned through
out In the du i nt lest manner und
finished with a trim Louis or
Spanish heel, are preeminently
the best ?hoe raine In Ander?
These shoes are manufactured
especially for os bj Lounsbury,
Mathewson & CM, Norwalk,
Conn, who cater only to the
highest class city trade- The
forepart of these shoes, as yon
will note In the Illustrations, lg
slender bot planned to be com
fortable nnder all circum
stances. Further, shoes of this
class are gelling' today In the
larger cities at 80.00 and 80 50
We hare every Turlatl?n of
size and width, and oar expert
system in fitting Insures ghocs
that ore "Just right."
The largest shoe stoek In the
city-shoes for everyody and at
THE BEE HIVE
G. H. BAILES PROPRIETOR
S? C. Congressmen Catted
On President Yesterday
. ? -:
Washi^gtonf ; Oct. .7.' Special t-^r
MessrB. * Finley, "Johnson, Lever,
Aiken, Wf?ley'and > Ryrn?B of' the
South Carolina.- delegation -In congress
called on tho President today to dis
cuss with film : tho cotton situation
they, were Impressed with the'presi
dent's thorough sympathy with the
Southern States' in "their abnormal
condition and are convinced that he
will uso all the power at his command
to relieve the situation.'- It is not be
lieved however that the President'
favors or that congress will pass any
of the emergency- bills that have been
prOpOocd, ??u.'ui? B??jii?uu nee??n U?l
to be yet in.sight. The suggestion bad
been made that- Panama bonds to the
extent of $100,000,000 be Issued and
Bold the proceeds to bo deposited in
the distressed sections It is not be
lieved, however, that the President has
changed th?. view expressed in bis re
cent mssage that it would be unwise
to issue bonds at thia time. Ht is
understood dat. Messrs. Johnson,
Finley and Whaley are opposed to
final adjournment at thia time withr
out action for tho relief of tho South.
Messrs. Johnson and Finley declare
that while they sra not wedded to
any particular plan they are unwill
ing to adjourn without the federal
BuVeiiiiueui h??;uB dons whaiuver ii
can to relieve the situation;
, Thomas'H. Daniels.
South karolina Rivers
To Get Appropriations
. Washington,, Oct. 7.~Allotment of
the $20,000,000 , approprie ted by Con
gress for Tiver and haroor improve
metut . this"; year Wa?; announced late
today by the board of army engineers.
Tho largest Bingle allotment was
$3,750,000 to tho Mississippi River
Commission. Other allotments In
Charleston harbor, S. C., Ashley riv
er channel $15,000; Wynyah Bay, S. C,
$15.000;'.Great Pee Bee,river, 8. C.,
$10,000; ' Sabl?e, Water?e and Con-;
gar co riven* 8. C, $30,000; Savan
nah harbor, Ga,, $150,000; Brunswick!
harbor, Ga-, $25.000; Savannah river,]
below Augusta. Qa., $16 000- A'.tuma
ha. Oconee and Ocniubrca rivers, Ga.,
$40,000; Flint river, Cia.? $18,000; Chat
Chattahoochee river, below Columbus,
Qa., $65,000; Coosa river, Ga. and Al?-,
CONBKNSEB PASSENGEB SCnEO
ULES PIEBMONT A NI? NORTH.
iE BN RAILWAY COllTANY,''
Effective August 10. 1914.
. Anderson, S? C.
Law Goes Into Effect tao First of |
Arrivals . Departures
No! 31v: 7.4? -'ii m.No. 80 6\S0 a. tn.
No.v93 9.40 a. |n.No . 82 .8.20 a. m.
No x35>ta? a,: ??.No. '84-104S6 Jk tn.
Nov ?( ?85; x&m^b; 8? U 60 a, m.
No. 89 - 8 89 p. m.?o.'-88 v8.1J$ p. m.
No. 4% y "4.45 p.; m.No ' 49 ? ; 8.89 p. rn,
No 48 .6.65 p. rn.Nb.x42 4.48 p. tn
No. 45 7J9 p. m.No. 44 ?46 p. tn.
Jt??|1,11.15 p. ntNo.. 4? 10.00 .V\i?u
? C. V. VAIMBSSU
Genertj Pasasagsr Agent.
Special to The Intelligencer.
Columbia, s. C., Oct. 7.-The State
Board of Health: meeting here today
decided to put tho vital statistics law.
into effect January 1, 1916. Vf
Card of Thanns.
We desire to thank the friends of
thia, and other, communities for the
kindness shown to us during the ill
ness and death ot or wife and mcthn
,":-?.' S. L. HICKS AND FAMILY.
Rev. I. T- Mann's ?ppolntemnts.
Rev. J. T. Mann will preach at Lit
tle River church next Sunday morn
ing at ll o'clock, and at. ffeowee on
same day at 3.30 p. m.
..." Jf. Tv Mann. ,
? --u._',?'?.'"?? '
V Y-lf you insist on playing another
J Wife's ame, let him startet
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ELECTRIC CITY SPARKLETS
Items of Istsrest ?nd Personal Mention Caught Over the
Wireless on nie Streets of Anderson
City Almost May Do Ava/
NSrmsl Again With tho B. F-D
The late cars leaving Anderson last A number of Anderson people are
night were crowded to tho guards with 1 much alarmed over a rumor heard on
people returning.to their homes after the streets to the effect that the gov
the big circus day here- The crowd, ernment ls, contemplating doing away
while a little smaller than has been w<th the every day delivery of mail on
the case on previous circus days, was ?"'ie of the rural free delivery routes
still larger than most towns in in Anderson county and making the
this section urn iah for the service every other day instead,
gala - occasion. It is estimated Whether or not the report heard here
that, all told over 10,000 or pos- is authentic remains to be seen, but
sibly 11,0000 people "wlnessed the af- grave apprehensions are being enter
ternoon performance and many peo- tained and considerable fear is evinced
pie walked he streets, without visiting that there may be some truth in the
the show grounds at all. The circus 1B rumor. No section of the county could
really "bigger and better" and it up- afford to lose'its-present mall faclli
bolds the reputation' ot being the best ties and doubtless protests will soon
in the world. be going to Washington by the dozen.
Able Sneaker For Motorist Here
The Country Show.' IB On ?eng Trip.
According to advices received In Bamuel Young,, accompanied by hts
Anderson yesterday from Freak C, moUier ?nd father arrlved ln Ander.
Hare, that gentleman will come to An- gon 1?8t n,ght> eQ rQUte from hIj} home
derson on November 17 to attend the at pj^burgh, Pa., to his winter place
Anderson county poultry show and will . T??pn> Fla. Mr- Yourrg is making!
deliver an address^ while the show is the trlp 1n BuJck 1915 model. He
nprogress. Mr. Hare ls In charge of' tnat Anderson can boast of one
Ute poultry husbandry department of ?tretch of the ^ road to be found
Clemson College and ls an expert on betWeen Pllnt( MIchi> and Atlanta, Qa.
everything relaUng to poultry- His The parttcnlar piece of road referred
coming will be awaited with Interest,to by Mr. You ,B from willlamston
and:the additional announcement that to Anderson. Speaking of road ques
ta is to secure some moving picture j tlonBf ^ YoU that the road
films of ppultry farms to exhibit here from tte_ virginia line to Rocky !
will also .please the poultry dealers., Mount, N. C-, is the worst he ever
_ , T? / eaw. The distance ls only 28 miles,
ueorgw .copie - but ,t requisa aii day for him to make
Here Yesterday- the trip
Wayne Todd, for some time night] _0.
clerk at the Chtquola hotel, came over others Also
from Elberton, Qa-, yesterday to.at- wnnMiiir. w
tend the circus. Mr- Todd was accbm- "OIua L,ie ?.
panted by a number of friends from his ' A wel* hnown cotton man of Texaa
town and he" said that there seemed to evidently thinks that conditions In
be more Georgia people In town for South Carolina are considerably better
the day than people from South CarO- than they are m his State. He wroto
lina towna. Hartwell and Elberton to Anderson yesterday, saying that he
were both well represented through- would like to dispose of between 10,
out the day. 000 and 25,000 bales of cotton to An
i. Q ? >' derson mills. Not only the man in
Condition of - Texas but. farmers around Anderson
..Patient Improved. , ^d !Se ? dl5,,OBf.?f J?e.5ame-arS,"
A telegram Was received In Auder- ^?StS'Jw i?ulVI T*?
son yesterday from J. M. Evans, who conunand what they believe it ls
.as been undergoing In Johns Hopkins IwortQ> .
hospital,, at Baltimore, wheb convey- " 0
ed the school news that Mr. Evans- ls1 HnUro?d Will
fast recovering rom his indisposition I Cwri?wS Service. v
and It's expected he wiU reach home j Anderson people wiH. learn with
Sauf day. This wll be very welcomo rome regret that the Squthern railway
news to Mr. Evans* many, friends/ in isplannlUg to curtail Its service ne
all parts ot Anderson county. tween Greenville, Belton and Green- j
--o ? ' wood. Four trains areH obe taken off, '
Mhny Drivers according tb the plsn presented before I
L?st Their Heads- tho South Carolina railroad commis
Anderson streets were probably sion. Officials of the railroad stated
more-crowded with traffic yesterday to the comml?slon that* sweeping re
than they have been since circus day of ductlon* are imperative ?and that they
last year,-Countless automobiles from axe having to. retrench"'*!!', along the
eve ry^ part of South Carolina au d?omo HneT ' iii " ''.-''."??: ^iB-.
from Georgia, plied the street* while' lt -v ? -->? i?*s-??? \
would be ImposBBbl to even estimate ^ . ?.u-? : . - ? . . . . .
the number of wagons and bugxles cn S**? ?**-" ? < * *.**???????<??
the streets- Many drivers lost their + , ? - ? ?
headB and some their tempers as well J Jj _ _ _ 'f? ?
ad various imnollto epithets -re hurl f Jt ?^TF^m^ra\?jLa T
ed from one side of the road to the ? T***" T
other. . * * .4?
p ?HU M <? M?t>?e< ???> * Mil'
Shaping Plans 5 '-f''::, .' g gi f
For the Elevator. .1 . '.->' ; ; ' '
Plans are weil-nuder way for the . Clydo Green, of Belton, waa among
building of a grain elevator tn Anders j. the visitors'to spend yesterday In the
son and so tar aa can now be seen.city, j
there IB absolutely no reason why the . - -?' ; -
venture should not be launched. A Lewis- Perrin, ot Abbeville, was In
number of firms engaged In the con- the city yesterday for a few hours.
3truction of grain elevators, with ma- ! ?. <i ? Urti tyj -.-iii : ,
chlnery for equipping same, are now In Mrs. ?Craven .^Torrence, of Pondle
communicatl?n with' local parties and ton, spent yesterday In the city with
within'the. next few days a number.friends- ..
of representatives-of various houses r -~
wlll ?orne'to Anderson to confer with J- A. HUI, of Abbeville, was In the
the local n romo tor? pf th? tchom?. city yesterday .far m fe? hours.
' ---O-- . . " ' .. , - ,-r-?
Cutting:Serape Charles Whlte.'tet Abbeville, spent
..Was Not Serions. . Pert ?f jrestorday In the;city.
^'The mot serious row to occur yes- s '.U.'.^ \.s ? .. ? j
t?rday, although it hardly amounted to H' Q- whitlock, pr. Union, waa tegls
anythlng really serious, took place tered at the Chlquola hotel l eBterday.
about 10 o'clock yesterday morning] 'l '"' '. ' -. '
u the Farmers Cafe when Peter F. Mr.?and Mrs.' p. A. Dewey. Miss
Shaw, of the Carswell Institute sec- ! Margaret1 McCord'' ad; Mus Elizabeth
tien was slashed across the forehead I HcCoM.'-of Abbeville, spent yesterday
with a razor. The police were sum-.In tne cRy- - > ?'A
moned and quickly quelled the dlftt-? ^ ? J . '^7~r*tL' .
culty when they^took a hand. Three! ^ ? I^gshbrs? r.' G. longshore
arrests were made and Shaw's Wounds aQa A, I> Harrison, or Abbeville, were
Were Attended by- a physcian- He has ln the city yesterday.
Already recovered. ? ?' _ . . ' '. ' : ^ ' - "' _ .
,^v; . . 0 , L. J. Johnston, J. D. McCown, lr C.
New Insurance Daniel, O. C- Crow. H. G- Henderson
??sn ta the City. , gftfi *^??J?1* Sh0a,fl' were
: Anderson e?Waa a welcbme-to Mr. ta *lt* ye*terd*y'
sL? S?m??? ??SI??^; W- s. towrey. W; 8. Parker. B. O
derson^to make his hom. haring been Hopklna ?Jd R. Faller, of Seneca, were
^^??^?mm^^*^m?mil Kecltyyesterday! ?
time. Mr Slonian lo a. .vAnnir in5ur- 1 ?? -7?^?
Tm.jf^?*.9HM^^. &*?m I. R. HU?*., and Ml,. Ha*hM. ot
?????T?'r^ ta lh0 ai* - *?
family here in the pear future. _
. 1 ?..?i . ?J b-. .?' : ;i : Whit Dillard. Ernest Dillard, Major
T?n^l-5T? Abbott, Prof. 8. M. Martin and two
I ttJ^^t^*^***? i A ?on? Prof- a u' Blrd? ot Clemson
?on^rday ^PffiSR tn
putting up the llt?ographs^^thelr ??Sal' Brownlee, of Due Weat, spent
ber i?.--They say that they "are cer- . ?;' . j ?
tainiy: pleased with Whs^th'lryjsAW ?I Mrs. ^ C. Dickson, Jr., has gene
Anderson as,a show. toWn; and expect to Columbia to *t*? rehUlres.
good business here. . _-..
?uS?'ii' ?ni ? ; oj ? -i i* Mr-??d l^^?^ch^ltr: and
^SUIT?IW?SIO-.W ^ ' : ' Mre. B4tph Ramsin* sjid Master; Pach
'.'T^'JSSrj. ? "SSS*^ ?. ' . 'i' ' ey Ramseur. of Central, spent rester-J
yesterday from ttm. Walerboro Cotton ?veo Ji lErW
?u compafty, of Waterherb, Itf which 'f* -1 ?^ ^'-, - , .
, e cotton cloth, meal eacks from thls'B?n college?.??s amonk the visitors to
?tfme .on. Tlie ?rm hadThasrt thsirg^
some business man In Anderson Was ^r^oW?,? cu'
KTiith hWnce C MtKur'pnir^.'Wlicn.-.vora in til? home
desire to aid the Southern farmer os is m?rly ari irisigUla of sex rather
hto?h ss possible./ _ ^ Ithan ^R .einpl?ift of - authority.;
o SK AX'S CREEK NEWS, e
* The Neal's Creek W. M- U. will meet
at the chuvm next Sunday afternoon]
at 3 o'clon?. Miss Allie Major, a mern.
ber of the Society, will speak con
cerning ber visit to Europe. It ls1
hoped, thut all the ladles in the com
munity will attend, and participate int
the good work being done by the So-j
Frank, the lltle son of Mr- and Mrs.
C F. Martin, foll from the lot fence
one day last week, breaking the left I
arm- Dr. J. C. Harriss was on the j
scene immediately utter the acci
dent; and the little boy will Boon bc
well ugain, we are glad to say
Mrs- Klzlra Kay hos returned home |
rom Anderson, where she spent a few
days laBt week with her. daughter,
I Mrs. Furman Kay.
The many friends of Mr. W. C. Ilur
rlss, whoso illness we noted last I
week, will rejoice to learn that he ls |
able to be ot again. I
School opened here last Monday]
morning, with MIBS Franres Shirley, |
one of Neal's Creek's girls, as teacher
Miss Shirley has successfully taught
the Wilsford Behool, in Rock Milln
township, the past three yearjp; and iv
is believed hat ?he will succeed here.
The enrollment of thc lrst day was 22, |
and others are expected.
MiSB Nelle Martin is attending An
derson College, while ber younger I
brother and sisters are attending the |
Anderson Graded School.
Jack Elgin is attending the Frazer ]
Academy. This is his second term
there. . We wish all of our young peo
ple success In their studies this year.
Hereafter the Sunday School at this
place will meet at 3 o'clock, except on
fourth Sundays, when it meets at 10
o'clock- This change ls effective
through the fall and winter months.
Mr. Charles Cobb, our efficient' car. I
penter, has accepted temporary work
nt Greenwood. Mr- Cobb has been
engaged tho past few weeks on the
new Watson,-Vaud I ver building in till? j
Let the various communities heed!
the editor's request for news letters.
These will interest he rendors; and,
as pointed out by Editor Smoak; will
bring the community into public vtew.
And, last, but rtst least, every news
paper is glad to print tho news; and!
for much ot thia they must depend on
community correspondents. Let UB
hear rf om all sections; lt will do us
Suffragist, addressing hor husband:
"What we suffraglsta want is to sweep |
the world" Husband: "Well, don'i
despise small beginnings. Suppose
you make a start with the dining
room, my dear
J. T. MANN.
AT THE THEATRES.
The bill presented yesterday at the
Palmetto Theatre by the Frankford
Menai Musical Comedy Co. .was on$ of
tho greatest successes of the season,
entitled'"The Pleasure Seekers." The
stage was brilliantly lighted in tho na
tic-ii eolors, rei, white and blue-, Thc
feature was the trick pianist and the
latest society dances- The Castle
Polka being exceptionally great, al
most equalling the originators of. this
dance-Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Castle
They continue for the balance of the
week at this popular, play house; with
a complete change of program today.
Just ? Few
Many Good Things
Phnestoes, ess .. :. . 10c
New. Richelieu. Oat. Meal
. .10c Package.
White ana Green. Aspara
gus Tipa, tin . . . 25c
Cranberries in Tins. . . .15c
Plain Olives . .10 end 25c
Stuffed Olives 25 ?nd 35c
Queker Oats in Tins, 2 for .
Cooking Apples, per pk.25c
Yellow Sweet Potatoes, per
?_?_L H?_?_.-_. -i- Ate\
unu 4 uuuuo) ' .-sw '
'OK dried Apples, 3 lbs for
?d Wheat, per pa . .10c
Mince Meat, per pk. . .10c
**ure Maple Syruit; qt..60c
Sapolkv cake . . .10c
Saner Kraut, can .... 10c
Cooked Brains, can .. .20c
Whits Cherri*-, ?*s , . .30c
. Pie Cherries, can . . . .15c
And many others, just as good
and perfectly fresh and O. K.
kt every way. Please travor- us
with a share of your business.
309 N. Mam St,
ANDERSON, S. C.
GOOD FOR ONE DOLLAR
If presented before October 15th vre wlil ac
cept this coupon as part payment on any satt
of clothes purchased of ns at Us face raine,
$1.00. Only one coupon accepted on each suit
"Get out of the "Hand-Me-Downs" and
into the "Made-to-Measure" class. Clothes
don't make the man but they help wonder- J
fully. . . ^
ON THE SQUARE.
Our $2.00 Hats Are Wonders-See Them
Meeting Our Ofeliga?io?s 1
. SIS. m ? Wm
The expense of making the ff
crops should be paid out of the ..i
crop. * ^
No farmer would try to*$r
make Cotton without using*"
The Fertilizer debt should ?
be among the first debts paid. ; I
* . .....>.. i* ..'sr31
Anderson Phosphate .&' ?il 'Co.
i, o ..-,-.;.'.<
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PIEDMONT INSURANCE AGENCY
See Me For V ?3
. Any and .Ali y .???VL'^
I INSURANCE. .. . ililli
C. E. TR1BBLE, Manages-, gp
Brown Building. .
Punt H Grove.
There will be an air day Binging
Bit thia place Sunday, October ll.
Public cordially Invited to attend and
bring well filled baskets: .
Mr. A. P. Williams visited rela
tievs here this week.
Mrs. F. w. Maya and daughters
visited friends here recently.
Uncle Will Millar spent several days
kt E. F. Reed's laat week.
Carl Reed, of Clemson, visited hts
parents and ono of our best girls
Dctober*. ?'< ,
WL R. Itllller/ who , recently lived
tiere, la in North Carolina.
_We thank our Heavenly Father that
the health of this neighborhood Is
.' And thia scribe wants to say that
be thinks the Intelligencer has im
proved much in a week
E. Z. BROWN.
Could titi '
. You- ...
Use a little extra money to ^
good advantage just nc$?
Haven't you aomeihingl? sell?
Do yon own something you no
longer ate, bat which if offered .
at a bargain price */OB|4 ;?P*
peal at once to some one who j
does need it? ?1*
Ad will tum ?w trick. '
PHONE321 '/"' '? f
In confUential chats between
women the problem pf managing
men becomes a; ..comparatively
simple art at which all of the par
ties to the t?riyer^t?orrw? pasir
masters.. . &
From Old VarennoB. .
Our popular' teacher, ; Miss Jose
phine Kerr,; begar the winter session
September 8. ;
' Uncle William, a negro on J. R.
Anderson's place, has the best all
round crop in .this neighborhood.
Oate that were soWn early are get
ting a good start,
Cr- M Reed- baa .? splendid crop of
unknown peas planted In cotton rows
(oat after the hall. '
csioway Milford, with hts new ont"
flt, recently sawed a lot of fino oak
lumber at .Ute Mathison place.
?Mr?, pr. Acker our former teacher,
Baads a flying visit her?.
v..v : ;"'?..': i'.'?.-.. V? ? : ./. :!&?'<-?*?* \?
*r N ATl? N A L ft
*& Qctki2 to i7.
. Bi? poings.
A woman may nrjtll^i?l?,^
hit any thing with a stone but she'
can cast a ballot
One thi.?g about money* when
it gets tight it keeps out of sigtjfc
The bride, at Kermit^W?fe
hadtbttkea b?cte ??Mipt????fW.