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Card of Appreciatiqn. cst affliction, thc death of a be
- loved wife and mother. The
: Burned with grief and looking sweet song service, the ministers
to God alone for consolation, we thoughts, so tenderly expressed
express the gratitude of our hearts Td the beautiful flowers, caused
for words of comfort and the "s to feel that the harmonies of
many helping hands from heaven were being realized on
friends and relatives in earth. *
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THE GERMAN ARMY
Occupying Ghent in Northern Belgium and Lille
Near Southern Belgium-Germans Seem to
Have Begun Westward Advance
RUSSIANS ARE REPORTED TO
HAVE WITHDRAWN FOR BATTLE!
AUSTRO-GERMAN ARMY WILL HAVE TO FIGHT ON BATTLE
FIELD OF RUSSIA'S CHOOSING- AFRICAN UP
I.omloii, Oct- 13.-Tlie headquarters are to be taken to tho Vosges to re
of the Belgian government were trana- duco Belfort. . ' ? ? .
terreel today to Havre. With the ex- Of righting in Galtcia, the official
('option of King Albert, who remains reports from Petrograd and Vienna
at tlie head of the anny, and thc min- are so directly at variance that there
iBter of war, tlie members of the cab- is no reconciling them. Vienna saya
inet, willi tho other government of fi- the relief of Przemysl ls complete,
dal? and the diplomatic corpa, left Petrograd declares the siege ia pro
Ostend by aicamcr for the French port greasing and that the Russian artil
wbere they will carry on the affairs lory is destroying all tho fortress
Of state and where hospitality has works.
benn offered them by tho French gov_ Ruffians ROTC Withdrawn,
eminent. Tlie general opinion is that the Fus.
The American and Spanish minis- ?ians have withdrawn to a lino ctart
tors. both of whom are still at DruB- lng from Sambor, in Galicia, passing
sels, arc the only diplomatic rcpre- through Przemysl, Sandomlr and Ivan
sentatives accredited to Belgium re- gorod and thence to the west of War
ranting in that country. saw, roughly, along the San and Vis
This is thc third move of the Bel- tula rivers, where they are waiting to
glan capital since the Germans sil?ne- '"cet tho advancing AuBtro-Gorman
rd the forts of Liege. The govern- armies on ground of tho Russian's
mont moved from Brussels to Antwerp own choosing.
thence to Ostend and today across the Tho Germans, seemingly, are corn
line to Havre. pktely out of tho Suwalkl and Lomza
This final change followed quickly districts, but the Russians advance
upon tho German westward advance, into East Prussia ls making little
which was begun immediately after any progress. Probably both are
the fall of Antwern. Success in Ink- willing to walt where they are until
lng the chief port of Bolglum opened the bigger battle to the south has
the way for a new plan of campaign. Deen Sodded. The Germans, it is
This embraces the occupation of the asid, have boen surprised by tho carly
whole of Belgium, including tho coast winter abd are suffering severely bo
towns, and, If possible, some of the cause* n?t being provided with heavy
northern French porta. clothing1' Ouch as tho Russians have,
?ermann Captured Ghent. . .^?^f ?ff- " ,
In accordance with this plan, the ^?SfeSSfif^L?*1**'
invaders have begun to. sweep across [ada b?aJ^rman ^marino tho Rus
northern Belgium- Ycaterday morn- ha? B"?fQ.re* ? somewhat
lng they occupied Ghent without op- H t^&'t, f<T i8.**
position and now are said to bo well ?*'fi** tte *f8?,fa cru,50r of the
advanced toward Bruges on their-way ???f1038 18 ,of : 8crloU8 conso
lo Ostend. Thoy probably'will moot q , ?su-?--.-.?1.- ' F?ll?
strong opposition before they reach ^^5&Kh'? ??-Sfim '
Bruges, as.tho Belgian army is being ???? ?I?1"?, to, "the
reorganized and has been reinforced. of Sarajevo., capital of Bos
All dispatches from that region are LM?**. T^;-?,,.
being censored strictly so nothing has j w^IV^"* * ^V*"^, ,
been learned of the operations Binoak-Wp;^;*"0,*1- ??at Colonel
?Hont fell into the hands of tho Ger- ?ElVn ^Tiv ! T 3??*5 ^
muns. Tho people aro fleeing befbre ^?^^^J^JoV^SS!t^
tho invaders and thc steamers from J^'S^
?rd today were wuh refu- ^*^T*n^^r 5S
' wm A i .. v ? ' . fought lb the Boer >ar, but at Its
Lille Occupied by OenuanB- conclusi?n ' was one of the irrocon
The Germans are making a slmulta- ciiinbloB wno crossed over Into Ger
icoua western advance in southern man . territory, where bo fought with
Bolglum. Across the border in France the Gorrrtans against the natives.
\ whole army corps has occupied I^ier hometurn ed to British South
Mlle. Cavalry has been soon as far Am<Mt feecurooVan appointment in th?
west as Hazcbrouck, which is on the poli?o ana .'worked .ms way to the
allway loading to both Calais and command "of which ho has Just been
Dunkirk. relieved. v
French forces have been sent to ca| Tno territory affected by the rcbel
>fr. if possible, this attempt to reach nous movement'ls tho southern end ot
:ho coast and. according to a French the Kalahari d?sort, which is parallel
>fflclal communication isBued today, wIth tno Gorman frontier. There are
lavo Uken the offensive. about 12,^ >hite farmers in that dis
Thls movement, besides libing a trjct
nonace to the Allies' left wing, if sue- v ^ ac??n%? Marits has had the ef
*?tal would atoase great enth?ls:? feet or clearing the atmosphere In
promised aerial attack against Eng- 8aaUl AfrJ<& arid will compel the
and ls about to bo carried out Al- Dut h t0^K00a6 sides
ready bombs have bech dropped on It ^ believed hero that a large ma
ttend from aeroplanes which once jorlty of ?? Wpl? of the country will
>rmans reach the coast, wllba foW P^;mler Botha who hag taken
?ri Un easy striking distance of tho over thej^mabd of the army and
British coastportsi and even London. ^at ffoWmm be put down quickly.
May Knd Battle of Alane. Tnr??jr'DriTlng Out ?reeks.
,3?tat??\ .M?V?7".?i ffT TurkeyJ,^. cdmmenced; to expel
>rlngthe battle ot tho Alsne which Qp?ek fr6?T Her?c?ea (Eregll). As?n
ins boen in progress for a month, to a MJnor< lt:ip reported also that emls
ipeedy conclusion The Germans ol- 8arleB ha^ Ieft' Constantinople to
hough they have brought heavy rein- Q a ^Var ^nel the
forcements from Germany and now Jn Moro?b"The Turkish fleet, it Ia
-an use at least a part of tho troops- rumored/?s In the Black Sea off Var
?S~^S"??S?J" t? IJXt? na, vit fcr fe the W where Sie
\ntwerp, are known to have with- BuB8fan B ^ Bea flect was cruising
drawn many troops from their, frons j". we?!*'-"
ilong the Alane to reinforce the right ' . f." ^?>""' ? ? ? - '
wing, whore thoy have been striking . *'. ; .
hard at thc Ailles' left-, ' O OOO O O O O O O O o O O O O O
TheBe attacks apparently havo mot >.' tart?? --'
with little success, for the French o t- .*- ' WlHiatnston. ? o
Mr. Mf F. Adams arid daugh*
ters. Misj?|$ora, spent a few days
In E?berto?V . ?a. j ?fast week with
. Seveif?V attended the ' c?rcus in
Greenville varid Anderson from
here last, week,
Um. anrl Mrs. Tom Castle, of
Easley,Is??iit the week-end 'with
claim to havo made marked progresaj 0^^ ol^eOv O Oo eoas?!
between Arras and Albert At thc-? <-<>-^v-^^^'~^^
Bamo Hmo the withdrawal from the
center of thu German troops' engaged
bas enabled the Allies to make ad
vances in the Berry Au Bac dlstrlcUto
tho northwest of Rheims, and aleo to
ward Souain, west of the Argoune abd
north of Malancourt, between the Ar
gonne and the. Meuse.
Xothtng IB said in tho French offi
cial .report of the. fighting u/ound
Apreraont and St. Mlhiol. which has
been very heavy1 for some time. Hera
tho Germans have been making dcter
minnd efforts to maintain their posi
tion? on the MPURO
However all this ls now secondary
to the battle In tho province pf Pi-,
cardy, which forms tho Department
of Somme and part ot Oiae, Pas do
Calais and Aisne.
Antwerp Forts StDl Fight.
The Germans are in complete pos
sosBlon of Antwerp, but lt ls said j
some of the forts still are holding ont
an? that General De Guise, belgian
commander, is there directing the-por
tion of the Belgian garrison which oc
The big German siege gura used to
reduce tho Antwerp .forts al '
have toon moved. It ls reported th
Mr. E? B. Vaughn, of Fled
mont, In i city}' Saturday
afternoon; , . - , ' 'v - '^v.
..; Mr. L^oMc?Ielan, of Belton,
spent Sunday,: ,;\with his brother,
fm % W??tAtet?W&? I
Wi?^sr Sonth AmeMea* .
Bostoltti^Oct IS^-The woTid'i hhtm
pion^ BOsSi?n' Nationals ;Wlll; mt?* a
tour of Sojqth America next yeaf^ ac
corillng to' an announcement today by
minletorf ttoi?> -.Bhite^ 8tAte8, at a
baeebali ;W h/-: ?bo Chamber ot
Comn?c?<5e,^'\.' *v '.
Thoughts on the War
By Mrs. J. J. Fretwell.
The year 1914 seemed the
greatest in the worlds history,
finance commerce, literature the
arts and sciences, inventions of
the most marvelous, all combined
seemed to make man ind^d thc
greatest creation of God! En
dowed with brain and brawn to
conceive and carry into execu
tion the most gigantic and stupen
Idous ideas such as building and
completing the Panama canal and
making it one of the wonders of
the world, building aeroplanes and
any number of other devices
equally marvelous. The Prince
of Peace seemed to veild a migh
ty influence over the entire world
and contentment and happiness
seemed to reign supreme-no dis
agreements between nations was
apparent, and great wings of
.the Dove of Peace seemed to
to reach out and take the world
under its protecting cari-Amer
ica under a wise Democratic rule
was prospering-all differences
existing between the North and
South were wiped out, and with
the east and the west were pull
ing together for mutual benefit.
The summer was waning and men
were rejoicing in anticipation of
the harvest, a realization of their
dreams of peace and plenty
when lo! in the twinkling of an
eye the world was plunged into a
bloody war. It seemed impossi
ble with all the evidences or
content and prosperity that be
hind the curtain there was such
hatred and before one could real
ize the true status all was chang
ed-seventeen million of men
are withdrawn from their labors
of helping the world and set to
the business of destruction. They
leave, the plow, the saw, the pen
and seize the rifle, the bayonet,
the sword and the cannon".
Homes are made desolate,. wo -
men are widowed and made child
less^ poverty and destruction
everywhere-works of art that
can never be duplicated, demol
ished, commerce paralized, mills
still, shops closed, banks barred,
school houses empty and all of
this horrible things following in
the wake of war! It is giscouragr
lng that Christianity has not yet
Christianized the world mat even
in this time of so much learning,"
so much progress that stili men
are not satisfied, but in a spirit df
greediness are reaching put to de
stroy their fellow-man in order
to have and to hold still more:
Oh the greed 1 the Sin of it-the
wickedness, living in . an enlighted
age, still goingpack to thc dark
ages and thirsting Tor blood and
sacrificing 1 so much^-nothing
seems possible to clear the sky
God's vengeance will surely be
meted, out to the children of men
and it will take* years tri regain
His love and blessings!. We can
only sit and wait and pray . God
for mercy on us alli feeling that
after all we have fallen, far short
of what it takes to make an en
lightened people? That .ioTioranefe.
hatred, greed V? ungoverned and
we are poor specimens bf human
ity. We should rejoice that our
own desfr country is "the home of
the free . and ( the brave" and
should strive more than ever to
make ourselves worthy and beg
Him to send peace once again to
all the nations cf the earth !
o o 0 0 o o o o o 0 0 0 ooooo o ?t o
? OVll DAILY POEM o
? . '.'.." . ' ?
o o o ? o o o o ? o o o .
* A Pretty Good World. v;
This world's a pretty good aort of
Taking lt altogether.
lu. ' spit ft nf th? sri?? ?ad so?row vre
"meet, . <.".
' In spite ot the gloomy weather.
There are friends to Tove and hopes to
.cheer,;> ,;?. : ..
And plenty ot compensation
Ppr every ache tor those /who maka
; The. best of the situation.
There are quiet flocks for lovers ot
With Na turo in happy union ;
Thora are cool retreats from tho noon
vrhere sonia mny nnre sweet com
munion j ;
And lt there's a apot where tho sun
chinea not ?
There-* always * lamp to light t^,:,.
And If theresa Wrong we know ere
'- '. long .
That Heaven above will right it
So lt's not for ns Ito maka, a tuas
Because of Ute'* s?e mischances.
Nor to wear, ourselves out to bring
A chango In our circumnUvpcea.
For this world's u protty good sort of
' And He to whom wo are debtor
Appoints bur place, and supplies the
./.<.'^ grabo"- . '.'
. to help us maka it, botter.-T?d Bl
THE VALUES OF TOMORROW.
OPENING SALE SATURDAY
AT 8 O'CLOCK.
For many years Kress' stores have been setting a new standard
of value, until today, in over 140 cities, Kress values are recog
nized as a standard basis on which buyers and sellers alike are
building selling plans and buying values.
The values of tomorrow in Kress* Anderson store will set a
standard that will be highly profitable to the buying public and
will bring with the new low price quotations a standard of
value only possible through organized buying effort.
Money back on any purchase that does not prove satisfactory.
When store opens at 8 O'clock Jardenieres, large size, beau
tifully decorated....?.25c each
Enamelware, best quality gray enamelware.25c each
10 A. M.
Umbrella stands, value $1.50 at.25c each
Large size Art Vases, value 75c.'../. .' .25c each
3 P. M.
Sheets, ??*e . ^het ".. .25c each
Pillow Cases, nirr j,6x42 inches. 10c each
5 P. M.
Ladies' Muslin Underwear, Gowns, Skirts, Drawers and Corset
Covers. .25c each
7 P. M
Alarm Clocks, every one guaranteed .
Leather Hand Bags, 75c values.
...... . .25c eacl?
... .. ... ?. .25c each
BRITISH DIJT?H IN SOUTH AMERICA
SUDDENLY BREAK IN REBELLION
Ixmdon".Oct. 13.-The rebel Hoi rf
a secUon of the Dutch element In
j-fpnjui Africa Vhloii broke suddenly,
today ls tho" first warning note tnat
has marred the barn mn y lu tho Brit
ish Empire sims tin* outbreak or tn?
war and lt his* momentarily?divericd
attention *>om the itt-ms mar mo
heart of .f?e euipl'i e. . L
That thia rising was real nnd dan
gerous VA? s?il?Vientiy prev*r? hy />.
flcikl dispatches from Governor-Ocu
er-1 Buitea te the Impc?la? govcrr.
mont and by the drastic step ?General
Louis Botha and. his colleagues; Jjsvc
taken to stamp lt, out .by the Imposi
tion of material law in the whole "an
ion .pf South Africa. -'
.The proclamation, of martial law
directly charges the widespread: secret
propaganda x>f the Germans with be
ing responsible for the seduction, of
thia command, which was one of tho
four armies sent Inti.'? field when the
union government undertook to ro
lieve tho borne government of the .taste
of dealing with the Gorman colonies in
thu continent of Africa. '
' It apparently ls the belief of Gen
eral Botha's government that others
besides the limned tate command of
Colon ?! .Mart?? ?say hu vu been affect- .
ed, hence tho inclusion of the whole
dominion in the ordor establishing,
martial law. |
( British au thor itles say Germanising;
factors have been at work for years in.
tho frontier districts IO Southwestern v
Transvaal and other Dutch districts..
Telegrams from Capo Town declare,',.
howoyor, that a majority of the Dutch
remain absolutely lo}*l t ad this-seems
shown by resolutions drawn up at_tho
emergency mooting of the South Afri
can party summoned immediately af
ter receiving news of the rebellion.
The'meeting, composed entirely ot
Dutch! speaking Afrlkandos, condemn
ed , Colonel Marita. A telegram... ?? fr as"
dispatched tb . Premier ? Botha unro- ,
servedly1 offering the services of the
Cape Dutch In any capacity desired.
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