Twenty-five words or less, Ono T
81s Times $1 00.
All advertisement over twenty-flv
word. Hat CH on l.uuo wurdi to
No advertisement tskeu for less
If yon?* name appears In the tv-le
your want ad to 321 and a bill will
FOB SALE-250 farms So. Ga., Wost
Green and Denton, Ga., $10.50 round
trip. If you are interested write
or see me at once. C. E. Koy. County
Clerk's Office. Anderson, S. C. tr
FOB SALE-Pulleys and shafting an ' 1
counter shafts, displaced by ind ? -1
vidual -aotors. Apply T. K. Roper,
Mgr., Anderson Intelligencer Joh
FOB SALE-Inoculation for Alfalfa,
Vetch and Crimson Clover. Mill
ford^ Rltro Germ. Kurraan Smith,
Seeds m un, Phone. 464.
OB SALE-My farm of 111 acres, 5
milos of Ai.derBon. In high state
of cultivation, good water and pas
ture. Midway church and school
bouse V* jnile distant. Also any
one that wanta some nice Berkshire
pigs to meet me on the squsro Sat.
urday p. m. Sept 19. W. H. Pruitt,
Anderson, S. C. Ruote 1. 9-16-3t
FOB SALE-Large double flat top
desk, light oak finish, good as new,
* cost 140.000, will sell for $20.00. Can
be seen at Dr. J. O. Saunder's, of
fice. Bleckley Building 9-17-3tp
WANTED-Teachers with certificates
wanted immediately for following
positions in graded or rural
schools: 8 at $60; 6 at $50; 8 at
$46; ll at $40; 1 at $36. Direct from
school offllcials. Special enrollment.
Act quickly. W. H. Jones, Mgr.,
Columbia, & C.
WANTBB- You to try the cooking
at The Luncheonette, next door to
New Bridge. Short Orders Quickly
WANTED-The public te know that
we bate just- received a large ship
meat pf box flies, and can supply
your wanta In thia line. Anderson
Intelligencer, Job Department. tf
Wi|?TBD'*-?an to know thar. TI? make
the best Evaporators. Either Cop
per or Galvanised Steel, Metal
Shingles. Tin Roofing, Guttering,
Smoke Stacks. Gin Suction Pipe,
eta. Divver Rooting Co. Tbs Sbop
with a Reputation.
WANTED-Good, liv?, solicitor to join
crew. Money making possibilities
unlimited for right man. Apply W.
Y. Ingram care Anderson Fur. Co,
, Anderson S. C. 9-15-6 tp
WANTED-Position by October 1st.
Steperienccrl. bookkeeper and sales
man, on. road or in house. A-l ref
erences. Age 33 yesrs. Msrried.
Welte AV BY Wright, Seneca. S. C.
WANTED-A young man to clerk In
store. Must be energetic, of good
habits and well recommended.
Good opening for right man. Ap
ply giving r?f?rences, X. Y. Z., care
OYSTEHft! . WHAT I .Yes. a full
t?w et Standarda and Selects. The
luncheonette. Next door to the
Bridge. . ?
IT SEEMS TO BB-A special provi
sion that fruit la the most desired
and adapted food for warm weather,
and youm find lt here-California
friots,T ranges, grapes, plums, pears
and northern apples-all fresh.
Also Pickle pear-, and plenty of
baue.i nj. J. K. Manos.
F-tlUMI FOR LEASE
We ha'" me following good farms
for lease it TO 6 years as whole or in
smali far i-..
300 scre.i .?. Moaoc. C. ft W. C. R. R.
?SO acres a; Clark's Hill, c. ft W. C.
All having good Savannah River
bottoms. Augusta Real Estate Co..
LOST-Between North Anderson and
public square, Tuesday morning,
.gold medal, German prise given by
rfc whew y College In 1906. Has
newe J. B> Cannon engraved on pin
har. Return tc Hubbard Building
aaa receive reward. 9.l6-3t
- . I ??!??."-..ii-._
LOST-Tan colored automobile top
?ver or hood Sunday afternoon on
wUliaiastC". '?..?4. between Ander,
son an* Whitefield church. Liberal
reward; Return to C. 6. Sayre lt
CO*TON"AT IO CEMTS-Commencing
Saturday, Sept. lt, I will buy good
twiddling cotton from my fertiliser
customers, paying iOcenta on ac.
onnt, or ope cent above the mark
et' prfc?. A S. rant. Relton, S. C.
. lt: sw. S t dally; -8-16-_
A gentleman from Sunnyside aa.tfi
yesterday that/he considered The In
telligencer ls about the heat paper in
tWaitt. And a man froto Sunnyside
must be truthful.
Imo 25 cents, Three Time? f,0 cents,
e words prorata for each additional
he H. cd in a mouth made on appii
than 25 cents, cash in cd vanen.
phone directory you can telephone
be mailed after its insertion for
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Ult. lt. A, ALLGOOD.
AVatKon-Vnndirer Building *
Honrs o to int 12 lo li .1 to ;>. *
At (ievelund IMiurmnry: *
s to 9 a. m.; <U<? to IM p. m. *
R?sidence Phone KLMM ofllec 83d .
SAYRE & BALDWIN
Rlcckley Bldg. Anderson, 8. C
Cltliens National Bank Bldg.
Raliegh, IN. C.
CASEY A FANT
Anderson, 8. C.
Brorrn Office Building
Second Floor. Phone ?69
T. Frank Watkins Sam'l 1? t ? >..
WATKINS A PBINCI
Attorneys and Connsellnr-stLaw
1st Floor Bleekley Bldg,
Anderson, 8. C.
BR. I* H. SNIDER
Frotvteil Co. Stable
Phone ?l. Anderson, 8. C.
* Dr. J. C. MITCHELL*
* Veterinary Surgeon *
* Davis Bros. Stable *
o 816-Phones-133 *
* Anderson, So. Car *
B.B.BLECKLEY O.M. II KA RD
Blecktey & Heard
117 E. Whit ncr St.
Assure? al? esl!3 day op nlgtt. 1
Phone SSS* Jj
M I vc^y *,u#s o
:: Ice Cream ::
Eat More Of lt.
fa lt year eyes or glasses ?*
quotient Alright thea i*?
seek further, Jas* **e se. ?
specialise sa these troubles and
en ?Ire yon Usnt finish sa
work thai ?sells satisfaction.
Prices UM to S&90 vp. Re*
pairs 10c u>
DR. ML R. CAMPBELL
112 W. Whitner St.
STRONG FACULTY HAS BEEN
Friends and Patrons of institution
Will Gather at 9 O'clock To
Witness the Ceremonies
Tho formal opening of Anderson
Coll?ge viii take pince this morning
at :i o'clock ai which time friends and
patrons <;;. the Institution will gather
lo assure the faculty <>r the college of
their good vv?fihe.n and of ti: dr hope:;
that thin yt ir may he more successful
'.han thc collng? ha iver experienced.
It lg understood that the trustees
and their wlvea, Die ?adios nf the col-'
lego uLuociailou, tho mayor a;:d mom-,
br.r.i <>r the city council and various'
other fricada will bc present for the
exercise.; ihh morning.
Thia i?r.?-?-iio?>ii and tomorrow will '
Ira devoted to enrolling and classify
ing the student:* and tomorrow the|
clasaca w.U be assigned and actual,
work will bo beguti.
- President Kinard said yesterday'
tiiat hd V tc well picoted over tim
pro peels for this year und he be
lieves t:iut the success of the your's
work is aireadv asMtred. He deplores
tho fact thai man) students were kept
away because o? the serious cotton
situation, bm thinks that thc college
has every right to rejoice over its
The faculty for the coming year is
probably a little stronger than that of
any female coliego in tho state. Dr.
.fames P. Kinard, tho new president of
thc college, has been in Anderson all
Dummer ami has already endeared
himself to tho people of this city. Dr.
Kinard Is n graduate of the Citadel, a
gradunto of Johns Hopkins and has
taught in Winthrop College and at the
Citadel. Ho will tench English this
C. N. Faithfull, who ls well known
to Anderson people has- been taking
spccinl courses in the north during
the summer and will teach philosophy
and Illble during the '-ominp session
Mist,- Helen P. Smith is a new mem
ber of tho faculty, coming to this city
aa a graduate of Converse ::oncgo
nnd of Columbia Cnlverslty. She is
the lady principal. Miss Smith in a
dsugbtOr of Allen Smith of Abbeville
and har. ft number of friends' In Ander
John H. Williams, an A. H. of Wil
liam Jowol College, is a nev; member
of the fnedty and he will have entire
charge cf thu department of science.
Prof. Wlllinms was formerly Instruc
tor of physics nt William Jewells Col
lege and la in instructor of repute
Miss Ma y Seymour Abbott, who ls
to teach the modern languages in An
derson is woll known here, af ls MISH
Helen Hunter.- who will tench I^atln.
Miss Hazel E. Alward of the depart
ment of English, is also well known
Mist* Flosence Mad docks is to havo
complete charge of tho department of'
mathematics for the coming session
and patron? of the college are well
?.donned with thin news. I
Mini; Marlo deVebre, a graduate of,
T'indolph-Macoa and of Columbia Cn-j
IvprsRy. oomog to Anderson to teach ?
history and political Rcler.ce.
Patrons of the school ?viii be glad
to learn that Dr. Olga V. Pruitt has
been secured for thip session to net
again as college physician and to have
charge of the departments of physiol
ogy nnd hygiene.
Ono of the principal additions to
the faculty/or this vear ls Frederic
Goode, who will be director of music.
Mt Coode was a punll of W. H. Sher- .
wood of Chicago and Jor.e Damotto of
Berlin and ls a musician of renown.
He will teach n'ano and org^in and
will be assisted by Mrs. Goode.
Mis? Sara E. Stranathnn is to re
turn thin year and will again hnve
charge of the department of voice.
She 1? ? anlendld instructor.
Ml?? Nellie Smith, who comes from
fteardston. ill., will teach niano nnd
violin. M,'?a ornitb comen here with
the very bl?hest recommendations
and U said to bo a splendid music
The new art teacher. Miss Mary
Hodson Ramseur. bea been spending
tho summer In Parla She studied at
Converse College, the Chase School of
Art of New York, thc Academy of ne
aten of Few York and at the Art
School of Paris. She has splendid
Miss Robbie P. Wakefield, who re
turns to Anderson this year, will have
charge of the school of expression and
of physical' culrure. Miss Wakefield
needs no Introduction to Anderson
Tho department of domestic science
nnd art will he In charco this year of j
Ml?? Felicia Murray, who was in An- j
de*won tn this c? nacl ty lest year.
M?"??. Ella ?J. Johnson.' hour^kesner
for thia ?easton, ls a native of Clinton
hot she was at,a college for women tn
Miser.:: rt last year in this same ca
.v F ?therine ^ Sh* me, who was
Will fill tbe ??tuo position this?
AV told the famltv of the Institu
ten ls'.0*ld of which tb?? people of \r-j
rfprjo-. have evorv rieht to be nrood
and tbev are exnerrtln*- ?rent th I ri ?ai
of \nderson Colleae for tho coming
Tnnrton. Sent IV-The German right
J wipp I* encircled bv ?he nilton, nc
I -online to an Amiens dispatch to th?
Daily News. '
BUYING HORSES FOR
LARGE NUMBER PURCHASED
FOR USE IN THE WAR
Two Dealers Carr::; To 'i his City
and Selected Meny Mounts For
the French Artillery
Over r.oo horse? fn?r?i Andors?n and
surrounding counties \?ll be shipped
lo France within tis.- next tow weeks
Tor use in tho French artillery. Two
weil known horse <: iii"-, represent
ing the French government, carno to
'Anderson yesterday and purchased a
large number of animals, paying any
where from $lo to . ii * I per horse f.-;r
tliem all. The gentlemen stated that
the horses1 would (hipped trom
this city to Canada and Cnn to
Some timo ?iKo two horse dealers,
<"og^ins and Wilson by name, adver
tised that they would be in Anderson
today hut they did not state why they
desired the horses. Their advertise
ment morely said that ?key wool be
In thc market for good horrp*
I'pon the arriva] i f thc two d?niera
yesterday they announced tba? nu.*
were acting ns aeents for the French
Kovrrnmeut nnd Hie*, purchased every
horse offered weighing between COO
and 1,000 pounds
All told, the horsemen purchased
>il?out SOO horses In Anderson and
Creon wood county ?nd the mounts
will probably be Bhipped within the
uc::t few days.
BEAUTIFUL HOME WAS
DESTORYED BY FIRE
SAMUEL MOORE LOST HIS
Kerosene Oil in a Closet Was Re
sponsible for Blaze Which De
troyed Very Handsome Home
An alarm of fire was turned in yes
terday morning ai :):10 o'clock and
within 30 minutes utter- that' time the
handsome home of Samuel Moore on
River si-oct, jist opppos-ite. nouna
Vista park, wa;: in ashes. Thc entire
building v. as burned to tho ground
and almost all of the hcuso furnish
ings- went up in smoke. The piano,
a trunk or two and a few Btnali ar
ticles were tnkou from the building
but the loss was al nost complete.
Mr. Mooro went into a closet yester
day morning about :? o'clock to search
for a pair of shoes- and struck a
match. When he did so a part of the
match dropped to the floor and struck
a kerosene cnn and int an instant the
entire floor was in a blaze. Mr. Moore
hurriedly shut the door and tried to
extinguish the blase with a wet blan
ket but to no avail. He then turned
in the Aro alarm but befare the de
partment could answer tho blaze was
Ths. hotiBc was a pretty structure,
conting over $4.000 Mr. Mooro car
ried $3.000 insurance on thc building
and $1,200 on the furniture hut this
hot begin to cover the loss.
Some "weeks a KO Mr. Moore lost a
home in Southwest Georgia by fire,
the building hoing valued at more
* Mr. Moore said yesterday that he
had made no nlans> as whether or not
he would replace the house but it is
probable that another building will bc
erected on the site of tho humed
"Bettor be safe Than Sorry"-Wil
loi P. Sloan, Insurance.
Y. M. CTA. WORKERS
Carno To Anderson and ?onfet
?e? With People !air?-?t*?*. ??
Christian Werk. Hare
Andors?n yesterday had the pleas,
uro of -entertaining two ot the best
known Y. M. c. A. workers in tho
southern staten-S. A. Ackley of Rich
mond. Va., and E. O. Wilson of Char
lotte, N. C. Mr. Ackley ts state serre,
tar y of the association for Virginia,
While Mr. Wilson is general secretary
U r the two Carolinas. .
These ssntierv.ea arc making a tour
of the southern cities Inspecting the
various Y. M. C. A.'a arid while in An
derson they went Into details as' re
gards the local institution. They
were well pleased with the condition
of affairs as they found tham here.
The gentlemen met yesterday after
noon at 6 oclock with the directora
of the local association and short ad?
dr? ssas were heard, t was explained
at this meeting that Anderson is ox.
peeled to contribute about $1.000 to
the general V. M. C. A. fund for use
In .the south ann the directors of tho
assois Jon now have this matter under
- .Before leaving the Olly both the
visitors congratulated* Fred M. Bur
nett, secretary of the Anderson asso
ciation on thc work that ha ia doing
VICTOR B. CHESHIRE,
Near City Hall
Meals served at all hours,
mw ililli willum III lilli?iiiMwamawag
THE BIG 4 DEALERS
In horses anil mules of the
Miller Union Stock Yards
Atlanta, tico ru Li,
j Will be a?
The Fretwell Co.'s Stables
Friday and Saturday
Sept. ?"?th and 26th, WM
To buy all classes of nuiles
nnd horses, nui pay the cash.
lt Is Salter to Have an Ad.
In the Home Than on the Fence.
ADVERTISE In This Newspaper.
THE HIGH QUALITY
THE RICH FLAVORING
THE FINE APPEARANCE
cir Choice Confections
TOGETHER WITH THE
Account for Their Pop
IF YOU'VE TRIED THEM
YOU KNOW THEM. IF
Olympia Candy Co.
Madison, Wis, Sept. 15.-Wiscousin
dotnocrats pledged themselves to help
rc-clcet President Wilson. In resolu
tion:; adopted in their convention to
lleaolu'.jons approved the fedora!
income tax, tho Wilson currency and
hanking reform, tariff act, and trust
regulation plans. Disapproval of a
ponding ( oust it ut ional amendment for
tho initiative referendum and recal!
"'I was annoyed for over a year by
attacks of acute indigestion, followed
by constipation," writes Mrs. M. J.
Gallagher. Geneva, N. Y., "I tried,
everything that waa recommended to
me for this complaint but nothing did
m.-? pinch gflod ttatp shoot f'j-ut'
months ago T saw Chamberlain's Tab
lets ?uvorti?Ou and procufcu a bot?
tie of them from our druggist I soon
realized that I had golton the right
thing for they helped mo at .once
Since taking two bottles of. them I can
eat heartily without any bad effects."
Sold by all dealers.
"The Trey O' Heart?"
AT THE BIJOU
Night . .. 5 and 10c
Wanted: BANK STOCK
Subject to supply we
will buy Eight Shares
of Bank of Anderson.
J. Furman Evans Co.
Evans Building ' Anderson, S. C.
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It Always Helps
says Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., In
writing of her experience with Cardui, the woman's
tonic She says further: "Pefore 1 began to us?
Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, I
thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able
to do any of my housework. After taking three bottles
of CatduL I began to feel like a new woman. I soon
gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework,
as well as run a big water mill.
1 wish every suffering woman would give
The Woman's Tonic
a trial t still use Cardui when I feel a little bad,
and it always does me good."
Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness,
tired, worn-out feelings, etc., are sure signs of woman
ly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's
tonic You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui
for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing
women for more than fifty years.
Get a Bottle Today!
The Rush Is On
With the cool weather comes the demand for fresh
meats. We ore prepared to serve you with the very
finest of Mutton, Veal, Pork, Beef, Poultry, etc.? that
money san buy. Our business in this line as well as in the
Grocery line is increasing.
We are not going to let "hard times" talk cut a
hole in our business.
We have the goods, the price, the service, and in re
turn for yet? patronage, we promise you happiness and
good looks. "Nuf Sod."
W? A. POWER
212 S. Main SAM D. HARPEJR, Mgr., Phone 132
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