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LOW ROUND-TRIP RATES FOR
EVERYBODY OFFERED BY THE
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY
"The Progressive Railway pf the South."
Atlantic Cifv N I ?.d* F?I,0W? 0- 0- R? *w
mionac wily, IM. JJ(Pfgn Grand Lodi? and Patriarch?
Militant, September 21*2?, 1914. .
Atlanta. Ga. National Woman's Christian Tem
p?rance Union, November . 11-18,
Atlanta, Ga. S^^H/SH1"0
Carterville, Ga. g^^0T*7 Falr' 0clober **'
Bimungham, Ala.}?S? 8,?TE FALR' "* 28'0CT
p. II AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF BANIi
Uallas, J es:. ING, sept. 22.24, ?u.
?-i, ?.? . -, .'Hill annnal meeting Farmer? Ne
rt. Worth, TeX. tlonal Congress October 14.17,
NBU, I ? International Assoc
eW UrleanS, La. Engineers, October
Nntlsnal Division Kifle Matches.
Oct. 9-22, 1914.
t~>~ .Woodruff North Georgia Fair, 0c
Winder, C?a. l0ber e-io, 1914.
For specific rate, schedules or oilier information,
call on SEABOARD Agents, or write, ,
C. S. COMPTON,
T. P. A.. S. A. L. Rwy.
Asst. Gen. Poss. Agt.
A tl; tn ta, Ga.
"The Trey O' Hearts"
AT THE BIJOU
Night . . . 5 and 10c
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CONDENSED PASSENGER SCHED
ULES PIEDMONT AND NORTH
ERN RAILWAY COMPANY,
Effective Amjust 1?, 1914.
Anderson, S. C.
W. O. Bowie of Starr was among
the visitors to spend yesterday ic the
L. O. Benton of Belton spent a
few hours in the city yesterday on
D. A. Recd of the Aturro section,
was in Anderson yesterday for a few
Robert Erskine of Union GroM) was
In Anderson yesterday for a few hours.
Lehman Johnson of Pendleton spent
part of yesterday in tho city on bus
Edgar S. Wilson of Macon, Ga., tc
spending a few days in tho city with
No. 31 7.45 a. m.No. 30 6.20 a. m.
No. 33 9.40 a. mJio ?2 8.20 a. m.
No x35 11.35 a. in.No. 34 10.26 a m.
Np. 37 1.3 G p. m.No. W ll BO a. m.
No. 39 3 SO p. tn.No. 88 2.10 p. m.
No. *1 . 4 45 P- "Ns 40 3.30 p. ss.
No 43 6.56 p. roNo.x42 4.46 p. m.
No. 45 7.16 p. m.No. 44 5 45 p. m.
No. 47 ll 16 p. m.N0. 46 10.00 p. m.
(x-Limited train )
C. V. PALMER,
General Passenger Agent
E. C. Daniel of SpartanMrg spent
yesterday in the city ai Hu Ohitjuola
J. N. Hudgens of Laurens was in
tUd city yesterday for a few hours on
John A. Horton of Belton Was om
of the visitors to spend yesterday in
CHARLESTON * WESTERN CARO
LINA RAILWAY .
-The August Short Line- ,
No. 5.M ?w ? m
No. 21 . ?.? P- m
No. 22.".?.00 a m
No. 6.< . . P;
Information, schedules, rates, etc,
R WILLIAMS, O. P. A.
T. T?. Tu??!?, ?3: A?
Anderson. S. C.
L. C. Edison ot Trenton s pc nt a fog
horn's tn tho city a guest at tho Ohic
quola hotel. *
H. H. Palier of Columbia spent part
of yesterday in the ci'.y on business.
E. It. Wardlaw of Abbeville waa in
Anderson yesterday for a few hours.
I. E. Foreman ot Orangeburg was
among the guestas registered at thc
ChiquolA hotel - yesterday.
J. A. Bolt of Belton spent yesterday
In the city on business.
Austin Thompson of Starr was one
ot the visitors to spend yesterday In
Use a little extra money to
good advantage jost now?
Haven't yon something to sell?
Do yon own something yon no
longer use, bot winch if offered
at a bargain price would ap
peal at once to some one wno
does need it?
-, An ?NTEUJG?r^CER Waat
Ad will tara tao frick.
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Jones of Starr,
were shopping in tho city yesterday
Mrs. Henry Moseley ot Lovndcs
vlllo has arrived in the city for a visit
CO. Klimier of Pendleton spent a 1
few hours .in the city yesterday on
Dr. and Mrs. Morrison of Adel, Ga.,
ho?; ??n??? ii, ni" vtiy Un a ?BK11 IO
BRYAN GOES TO ASHEVILLE
Accompanied by vWife, Secretary Goes
To Inspect Saaneer Home ta Laad
of the Sky.
Washington, Sept 16.-Secretary
Bryan arid Mvs. Bryan left tonight for
Asheville, N. C., to speed several days
it? tuen ?Umtiiur uu?ie, wiiiOn unvii
I now Secretary Bryan has not had tim?
I . * even inspect. They will st?y nn
# tit Wednesday unless something hap
pens to recall Mr. Bryan.
NOTICB~OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
All person holding claims against
the estate of Peter G, Acker, deceased,
ure hornby notified to p*e**nt them
at once, duly attested, and also all
person indebted to ?aid estate will
alao place settle saine immediately
with the undersigned.
Notlc* la also given that we will on
October 1st. 1914 at ll o'clock a. m.,
apply to tho probate Judge of An
derson county tor a final settlement of
said estate and a discharge from our
erne? as executors.
Edna ?ano Ack*r, .
W. B. Acker, and
E. II. Acker.
I kl Seora.
SCT.NE PROM -THE
THE Identity ot an athlete who
covers bis face during his cou
test forms the plot of "The Mnsk
ed Wrestler." Margery Winters sees
lilin best an oppouent and through a
suitor plans to meet him. She In vitos
him to o reception and he accepts, but
does not remove his inns!:. A rival
plans to hove his mask torn off In un
Mtier wrestling bout, but tbe plot fulls,
and Margery ls later overjoyed. fcJ leam
that ber favored suitor ls the wearer
or the mask.
in the days of yore when the Vikings
bold dulled tbe sens of Norway, reign
ed Queen ilelgn of Drontbelm, loved
by all but Rugnurr and bis followers.
One night they seize their queen and
keep'ber prisoner on a lonely Island.
After the death of Rs gnarr the queen
rot urns to ber native lana, where her
mlventtires are many, sa shown in
"The viking Queen."
Rathlyn Williams continues to feel
the back Ore from the "Adventures or
Kuthiyu." Letters from.admirers who
have observed, or whom' still are ob
serving Rathlyn dodging wild animals
and the cruel "heavy," atill pour in. A
girl lu Glasgow queries,**'Do you hyi>
notlze 'Jie leopard before you fondle
it or'merely chloroform rt*" If the
youug lady in question had seen this
same leopard endeavor to take a large
bite out of Miss Williams' head, she
would alter ber viewpoint.
Through his absentmindedness Mr.
Bookley was continually in trouble.
Ernest agreed 'to take Gwendolyn to
dinner one evening, und on the way he
discovered a hole In his trousers' poek
et, so transferred all bis money to bis
overcoat Mr. Bookley In leaving the
restaurant took Ernest's overcoat by
mistake. The resulting trouble ls
shown In "An Absentminded Cupid"
New York Cotton
L "They pillaged t?o whole town. The j
- 'followMg morning thay took one man
New York. Sept, lC.-It was announ- f c tR whom th ,m(, ar_
ced today by the conf?rence committee , ., , , .,
in charge of the liquidation of thc :cfitcd t?c Previous evening, and lead
straddle interest on the New York ins them outside of tho city, shot
Cotton Exchange that the pr?ce would thom. Among these were thc hurg?
lo reduced to 5.50 for January-Seb- niaster of thc town, tils'15 year old
ruary In LUerpool and 9.50 for De- ... . ,4.
-ember in New York tomorrow. Some son_fnd }]lH bro^erlV . _.
such action had been more or less , Thcn they Tm?? led ,thVfT'" *
generally expected and a hope was ex- Wfig** 10 d,g uoIe8 to bury tnoir
Dressed in local circles that the cut- ' ..v,ms-.. . ,
ting down of the price yould lead to /4"r th,nee days Aey contin
raoreNictlvo liquidation in Liverpool. ??g to, D and aet ?ro to cverjr"
Thcre was no balloting for orders AU.?Z ,n, in^r ." < , ."""",,".
here today, notwithstanding the salen , "AJ*U??5? ,?K??fa^r?
recently reported from tnt Liverpool ^^^^^^J^fi^an
stock(/ and so far onlv 1,000 baier0f , The, large^, PBr* ?? **. ,s de"
Mk? it.V".???"1,0^ \tL..t 3troycd. Five tUnea the Germans
the Now ?ork interest nave been lipul- ._,".; ,"_. ," _"..._". ,_,
lated, under the plans of tho interna- ?SS^S ?Luf nf ?AJnl?*
tloual conference The slow progr?s ^?^^d^^^^LJ^S^?
if tho liquidation ls offset to some ox- ?Vr-"^-^ destroyed or
*Z?t??Ztl*TTl rZQT ?S?i?^8yn~ mu8t b?T la mind thc
neate plan now seems likely to gu ",",, _"? . "_"",.". ,,"., ,."""
thn-uah and hy reoorts of further ad- : v '_poP. ?' Aer8cb?t fi**}*T
vance in tba Songera spei market?. g gjtr burgo
on un. oi,.ini ~L~7J~* t. meister not to offer any resistance or
all the crucial quotations received to- ""_,."?< """ ?.".*it" ".,. <""._i" . i." i" >
.J?., K?I?? ..i"", -i ? \.t~L_ ,-,"..," commit any. ho.-tile act cowards the In- 1
day being about 1-4 higher, t.antin- .i"_" n*un n"m?. ? "v.", ", " 1
ued eood weather was reoorted in tho vadors- 7ho Germans Bhot at the ?
Soutli weatner was reported in uno fleolng citizens, set fire to private |
* ____________ houses and aacked them. They want
_ ed to make '.ho victimized citizens de
LilVerpOOl Cotton claro thee moy, themselves, had set
_ lire to their homes.
T I.?-"""I A"", ,_ r*~U_The Des tr ucl ?on of Louvnin
t.600 including 3.400 American on tho ^rrT?Ht ""^?S^ l?
bails of 600d for middling. Import* su"?r"ndi"? n " J SSt^i
r. KR7 i,?i"" (""i",ii"" o ooo n",",i""n From, tho moment of their entrance
5'567 balen 1ncludlng 2>098 American. lnto tbo cky tuey roQuU}Itlonccl loug.
. ? . ' ing and food for their troops. They
Ct\Hf\n fs&/*r\ Osl cntorcd every private bank and looted
i^npn?cea van itg reBOrve They entere4 prIvate rcg.
_ , _ -"T~ _, . idoncea and sacked and pillaged them
New ?ork. Sept 10.-Cotton seed oil and indulgetl in orgies of every de
idyancod early on short covering and geri pt ion.
tho lard strength.- but .later eased ou "They tqok hostages; all thc prom
ngaln, under hedge pressure and lack, inont men of tho c lty were detained,
of bu)l support. September closed 8" Women and children woro outraged
points lower and tho later months 2 and ?1 treated by thc soldiers,
point-lower to 2 points higher. Sales "Previous .lo tho German invasion
11,700. Tenders 1.700 barrels. . tho whole city had boen warned rc
The market closed barely steady, peatedly not to ofTor ao^ resistance to
Spot 681 a 690; September 580 a 583. tho German troops, or to-Oppose hos
- .. tlio acts. Moro than that, all arms
"v PKiraiTrt ClifA?n belonging to the civilians, down to
VtlllcagO Wain fencing foils, had been ordered de
~- ported several days previously In the
Chicago, Sept. IC-Wheat went so?r- cjty hall, and there was ?ot a weapon
lng today largely because of reports round on any Civilian,
of Austrian-German advantages that ?on August 25, an engagement took
made tho end of tho war appear re- piaCc In the neighborhood of Louvain,
mote. After a rise of much as 5 cents between the German and the British
H bushel, the market cloded nervous troops. The Germana, repulsed and
with gains of 4 1-8 to 4 5-8 net Corn pursued by tho Belgian troops, re
bound up 1-2 to 1 3-4 higher and oats justed towards Louvain In full panic,
at an advance of 1 3-4 to 1 7-8. -Di Many witnesses testify that at that
nrovlslons the OU??TWS* ranged frcm i*laioiomu tt*o Gornau garrison In Lou
cents decline to 20 cents of extral vain was erroneously informed that
?bat;_! Selstens w?rc coriss ?h?- div. ?m
~TZ I mediately the Gannan garrison, sta
MntfAV On ^Sl'i Itioned at Louvain, withdraw toward?
j ^ -. I tho station where they clashed with
"~* . ?H their own troops, which were being
New York, Sept. 16.-Closing: mer- pursued by the Belgians. Everything
ca"u?a .paper 7. seems to point to the fact that a con
Starling exchange easier; cables 498 tact took place,
for demand 497.E0. "From that moment, protending that
Bar Bilver 63 3-8. tho itelgian civilian* had fired on the
* ~~" ~~ " *. German troops, the Germans began
Dry CaOOnS bombarding the city. At the place
_ where the affray started, not a single
New York. Sept 16.-<3otton goods Itt ^.^i^.S2**&
markets waco steady today. Worsted p^?n^^shootlng * P
yarna were firm and moro active; cot- P^ho pr^eSS?f S't'he Germans-now
nnw ? ??V? *** ?lrBK of ttH t?ioy requl?!twn food and
?Btet?- allk markets oaalcr.. drJnk of whlch th?y p^ta^ to toe
' ^ ' point of drnnkennecs. Then they be
Cofit Kept B?wn-Qsslttj Kent Up. gin to ?'hoot wildly from the windows
- o? Uio abandoned houses, declaring the
No bfiUer medicine eonid be madft inhabitants have Hrcd r^ ih^t?. Then
for coughs, colds, croup, hoarseoee?, t?.<o firing and shooting scene begins,
tickling throat, bronchitis, etc., than and murder and especially pillage and
Foley's Doney hnd Tsr Compounu. acta of bold cruelty ^re witnessed, and
That's why they cant Improve the neither age nor sex ls respected. Even
quality and war or no wat, the price whore they claim to know the perpe
rora ai ns tho name. E. J. Sargent Dal- trator fo the. deed they allege, the
las, Tex., says: "I .believe Foley's German* do not content themselves
Honey and Tar hat no ?rjual for lt with executing sammarity the culprit -
completelr relieved me of all symp- they, wreak their vengeance on wo
toms of tuberculosis and my cough whole town. After 0 massacre, some
has entirely disappeared." Dont ac. what st random, they shut the men
capt 11 y substitute, for Foley's Honey into the churches md order the wo
und Tar ls the best Evans' Pharmacy men tn go bach to tbc^ bornes and
agents, 1 lr ave the door opea/'
Continued From Page One.)
Victoria Forde is s'M] a girl, though
she occupies a high ?.lace in the Ulm
world. As a child actress she played
with Johu Drew, Margaret llllngton
Chauncey Olcott aud Maxine Elliott
She says she would not return to thc
legitimate, as her present work give?
her "more open life, more personal Uh
erty and more money."
In order to mnkc a screen production
of "The Rosary" Editor Lanier Bart
.ett was forced to write a prologue
of an entire reel to establish the hirth
place and youthful Influences of the
leading character, as well ns to intro
duce the girl, his plnymute. Bartlett
ls using both the original stage pro
ductlon and the book in putting tbe
story into photo ploy sbn|te.
The Day io Congress
Washington, Sept. 16.-House met at
Debate resumed on bill to codify thc
Representative Mitchell of Massa
chusetts, elected member of the waye
and means committee.
Banking and currency committee
heard Senator Hoke Smith's bill in fa
vor of permitting state banks to issue
Adjourned at 5:35 until noon Thurs
Senate met at 31 a. m.
Filibuster against river and hnrbor
Recessed at 5:35 p. m.. until noon
Dizzy Head, Fluttering Heart, Floating
These are signs of kidney and blad
der trouble. You'll -have headaches,
too, backaches and be tired all over.
Don't walt longer, but begin taking
}Ailay ?C^dary Pill?, at once, lt vrrm'J
be long before your mlserablo Bick
feeling will bo gone. You will sleep
well, eat well and grow strong and
active again. They are ? a tonic and
your entire system as well as your
kidneys and bladder will be bencfltted
by their uso. Try them. Evans' Phar
NOT GOING OUT
Well Known Piano Firm Still In
Business At the OM
A news story crept Into the col
umns of the pally-Intelligencer yester
day, which, while seemingly authentic,
was ret confirmed and as tho story is
a matt, r of some concern effecting the
career of one ot the oldest and best
known firms in the state, wo desire tb
Btate> thnt the item came to a reporter
from ono of the oldert employes of the
C.' A. R?od Plano and Organ company,
and was therefore believed to be an au
thentic st a tem on t.
We.therfore, desire to give public
ity to tbo following statement ''from
Please allow ns to request that you
publish notice to the effect that news
item in this mornings's Intelligencer
was.not confirmed by ms.
W?i!? it lo .ruo that we sra with
drawing from the state-wide territory
sr." ??o. .Ti ?j?r3,,tson con fit... . ?, -~
remainder of the item.
We .have renewed our lease at 117 N.
Main street and expect to bo. at tho
service of our patrons next year, with
the same agencie** as heretofore.
C. A. Reed Plano ft Organ Co;
Opposed to KeutralKy
Rome, Sept. 16.-Despite tho most
enoro-otle mensuro.? taken hy tho gov
ernment, demonstrations in opposi
tion to Italy's attitude of neutrality
continued today in.the larger towns.
Thc police being insufficient, troops
are being employed extensively to re
press the . demonstrations, reo?tal?
lishlng order and protect foreign .em
bassies and consolata.
ir you arc ever troubled with aches,
paina or soreness of the muscles, yon
will appreciate the good qualities ot
Chamber Ir Ui'a Liniment. Many suf
ferers from rheumatism and sciatica
have used lt with the best results, It
is especially valuable tor lumbago,
and lams back. For sale by all deal
FOLEY KIDNEY PIUS
TOS B?wKACMt KIONtTS ANO SLABOS?
"LIVE AT HOME"
Raise Truck, Pigs and Cattle
10 ACRES are enough,
but we also have another
of 30 acres. Both within
one mile of the City lim
its, well improved and in
fine condition for truck
ing. . Both within the
Anderson school district
and are just the places
for the farmer who
wishes to quit cotton and
school his children; or
for the town man wish
ing to supplement his
other business. You can't
Frank & DeCamps Realty Co.
Listen for the Bel]
Monday, September 14th
GET YOUR SLIPS, THEN GET YOUR
Pant's Book Store
ANDERSON, S. C, *
THE ANDERSON INTELLIGENCER
JOB PRINTING DEPARTMENT
- BXGI/US?V& I/OCAX, AG?a*l\S ?
? FOR. THIS j&XCI/USIVB, frlNE,.
Is "My Town"" .
is "My County"
. What Ab?ut
Palmetto detective Agency
Criming) and ?ivil Work
a corps ?I Irniit?d Specialists wkese ?sr?tees nay te secured le strict,
ry toftitiatate werk.
Address P. O. Box 402
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