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FOB SALE-Pure Apples and Fulg
ham Seed oats. Home raised nnd
nicely gradad. Let us book your
orders now. . J. J. Fret well. 9-23-4t
Fer Sale-Sweet Peas, Burpee's Su
perb, Spencer's Collective, 25, 50 and
$1.00 per box. Furman Smith, Seedy
Phone 464. . tf
BEE W. A. Todd, the Monument Man,
for anything in the Monumental
line. Tombstones of all kinds. W.
A. Todd, 1909 South Main., street,
Anderson, S. C. *
FOB SALE-Two cars of granite dust,
fine for walks sud cemetery, or con.
,]?reta work. Delivered any part of
city. Llgon building and Blue Ridge
station are using it in their con
struction. Call Patterson's stables.
East Market street, opposite City
Jlall. * 9-23-6tp
T| P$t* good dry boards for- aalei 1 by
0.8-10-12. Apply to" B. fe. Perry/
Newberry, S. C.
FOB BENT-Store room on public
square, capacious with new mod.
era front Apply to D. S. Gray at
Orr Orgy Drug Co. 9-24-61
FOB RENT- Seven room, two story
i dwelling on South Llgon street;
electric tights, gas and sewerage,
barn, garden, etc. $20.00 per month.
Apply to C. G. Cayre, adjoining lot
1 HOST '~~
,0?T~Tle C!??/fa front of Intel
ligencer office Tuesday night. In
-L.",engraved on same,
se return to this office
receive reward. . tt
mtv ^v? "'. \'-tt .-i-?
wA^?ED-Overseer for large cloth
room. Unemployed need not apply.
Goodly to right man. W. C. Cobb,
Bu^r?otendent. Ware Shoals, 8. C.
vTAHTEI^-. You to try the cooking
xfie Luncheoe?iie, next door , to
Short Ordere Quickly
. . '
VT ANTED- The psDlic to'know that
ate hara just received a large shlp
'. ment ot bas Mice, and can supply
your wanta In thia Une. Andmon
intelligencer. Job Department. tf
Mi.'mm ii',! I,..
WANTF.I*-You to know -.nat we make
the best Evaporators. Either Cop-'
per or Galvanised Steel, Metal
Shingles, Tin Roofing, Guttering,
Smoke SUcka, Gin Suction Pipe,
etc. Divvor Roofing Co. Thc Shep
with a Reputation.
TO FABHEBS-Como to Patterson's
stables to hitch your horses. We
wm t?ke goos care of them. Best
eerrice:. RaM Market street opposite
City Halt 9-23-6tp
t .Yea, a foul
ds and Selects. The
Next doo* to thai
ME-A special prajl
fruit la th? most desired
adapted food for warm weather,
and you'll find- lt li ii ^ii11fiyirj|
frluts, oranges, gr?????, p&jaa, "?tears
. ead northern apples-?ll fresh.
Also Sickle pears, and plenty of
bananas, j;- K, Manos.
AT PATTERN'S stables you will
find the place to get the best teams
.?hil turn-outs. The beat service
guava? teed. Bast Market street oo
fositp c ity Hall. 9-23-Otp
SA?U ?;; i .,..-j-switcher made
.. i - from your own combings. Same can
be found at 105 E. Church street up
stairs, ; Mrs. Leona Arnold.
tl Tl. , _L-i._
FOB BENT-New five room house,
* <w? IraHsy in East Prauklu? street,
pear Kennedy street school, modern
eopveirtencea. Apply Mrs. C. A
; Ws^aotf, 208 E. Franklin st 9-22-6tc
TO FABBBB8V- A good, honest chrls
. tim saan with email family wants
. cition on H god farm. Have had
a lifetime of experience In truck,
- aftele and general fanning. Can
tnrm^ fb?/mm^ ot rtiefoncc. Write
e?:l#^^ma'ac4aMss fi ??t yon?
hau|tegj^A)ne. iJuJc*. prompt ser
; CKy KelL SvxS^tp
line 2G cent?, Three Times 50 cents,
e words prorata for each additional
be UFod in n munt li made on appl?
than 25 cents, csHh in advance.
phone Directory you can telephone
he mailed after its insertion for
Delinquent Road Tax Notice.
All dlnlenquent road tax collectors
are provided with "an official receipt
hook with numbes, and stub numbaa
attached. Pay no money to collector?
unless you get the official receipt u-s
ahovo provided or.
J. MACK KINO,
I tf County Supervisor.
Ttie State of'South Carolina,
County of Anderson,
_ Mrs. L. M. Ward, Petitioner,
The personal estato of W. L.
. Notice of application for appoint
ment of H?njentead.
Whereas, Mrs. L. M. Ward has made
application to me to atiot and set off
to her a hmestead In the personal
property of ber late husband, W. L.
Ward, deceased; notice is therefore
given that on tho fiteenth day of <><?-1
toher, 11/14, at ten o'clock A. M., the
undersigned will appoint three disin
terested persons, resident of the coun
ty of Anderson, to proceed to appraiso
said property and set the same off as
a homestead, according to law.
CLARENCE W. BKATV,
Dept. Clerk or Court Common Pleas
for Anderdon County, South Carolina.
* Narcissus Bulbs f,
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French Grown ft
* NOW READY ff
\? Pant's Book Store *
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If FRESH OYSTERS *
* served *
I in any style *
* at the *
* PIEDMONT CAFE *
and then, we will
lend you money
\ Interest paid
Farmers and Merchants
Loan & Trust
Anderson* 5. C.
con bined resource* a little tba
f?sa ? ?** ?mien dorter*,
MUCH TALK ABOUT THE
TO CHOOSE A SITE
Cannon Wa? First Brought Herc
In 1814 by Mr. Hanks, Father
Of Abe Lincoln's Mother
Mr. .j. Plckney Recd, thc man who
reached thc "Old Reformer" from a
cotton (?..??1 near .starr, ur??? the i>? o
;ile of Anderson to place iii.- famous
old cannon on flic public square, ile
says ilia*, he voices thc Ben tim ?nts ol
I ho old soldiers and the Red Shirts
when ho make, this appeal. He de
clare:/ tim?, tho old soldiers have al
ways wanted it on thc court house
square. It was always such a re
minder cf stirring times.
Tlie "Old Reformer" it: an old Bng
lish m-'kc or brasa cannon which hus
a remarkable history, lt was ut ed
dtirinr; iii?? war of the Revolution, per
Imps en holli sidns of that frav. It
wa? hrouvht to Anderson county in
1914 by Mr. I lanka, father of Nancy
Monks, the mother or Ahrahnm Lin
coln. Mr. Hned Rot this piece of his.
tory from the late "Tommy" Hanks,
who explained the circumstances.
Thin |B rtn old brass Held pl'"".
? i ighjng 600 pounds and was "(ouch
ed off" willi a ftiE-->, instead of the
lanyard of Inte day?. The gun car
riage has gone to the wo-mr, a hun
dred yearn ago.
Before tao war of Secession there
Wtre many "minute men" and mlll
Mft companion in tho State. The old
Fourth regiment of this county, antic
ipating an In&pection hy th" 'governor
on muster day, npplled for a field
piece for its nrtlllery company. The
rennest was granted and Mr. Hanks
went to Charleston for the piece 0f
ordnnnee. ny special rennest of the
company, he brought hack three g.il
ions of rum. lt required three weeks
to, make the trip.
Upon,-the arrlvol of the gun nt the
old Howard muster ground, there was
much patriotism and enthusiasm
shown. The old brass cannon 'figured
In many musters and reviews1. When
lt was first received, nn appropriate
salute was fired, solid shot being used.
These shot* were fired from the mus
ter ground nt old Varrenno? into the
hill at (?reculen, and lt is said that
some ot these shot, fired 100 years
ago, msy yet bo found.
Tho "Old Reformer" has been a ctil
zen of Anderson county for 100'yearn
There waa a shed built for it and a
proper mounting on the old Howard
field near Storr. In I860 the gun waa
brought to Anderson where on Decem.
ber 20th lt pealed forth the srnounco
raent that the Ordinance of Secession
had been signed. The occasion was
one of great Joy. Tho members of the
Secession conventtrn from Anderson
crwnty were tl. F. Mauldln, Judge
Whltner, Judge J. P. Recd and others.
The gun was returned to Its- shed
on the muster grounds where lt re
mained until after the war or Se
cession At that time there was no
Iron In thP county and no money with
which i to,buy farm Implements. The
obi shed wa&- falling down, so the peo
ple used the iron from the cannon's
support to make plow shares.
Maj. Jno. V. Moore, conceived tho
Idea of rescuing the old gun from Its
lowly ??ate and Mr. Reed went after
lt. He found the gun half covered
with dirt, out In an old ?field, and he
brought lt to Anderson, where lt lins
remained In public place except for .a
short time when lt was In a private
yard and the Daughters of the Con-j
federacy paid $25 to get it back.
In 1876 the old gun did yeoman sor-j
/fee ? flu then lt fecoiVSu itu nam?.
"Old Reformer," from Col. Hoyt and
Oen. ??u^nhreya It wa? carried by
the Red Shir? ?lub of Anderson- to j
meetings at Greenville. Abbeville.
Pendleton and other places and Ita
loud detonations and reverberating
reporta struck terror to tho hearts of
Mr. Reed think? the old .gun ls en
titled ter a c>usplelous place In the
city. It has done good service, In
roany wasys, to encourage patriotism.
!f lt Is to he hidden away, he thinks
lt just aa well to cast lt a? old metal,
for then lt would bring about $00. The
old soldiers w?sh to seo lt. given the
beat place of all. next to tho monu
C. & W. C Hollway Announces
That It WHl Attempt To Reg
late Trains For Anderson
Listening to a persistent plea from
Anderson people that some action be
taken ?n regard to certain schedules
announced a few days ago by thc C.
fi W. C. railway, the railroad offic
ials have announced that additional
changos wit! become effective on next
Monday, September 2S.
;-T.e dav.- ano ttta old schedule was
.?ged an the now one went into
iii on inst Monday- A -"?nibrr
the patrons of the road worn dis
pleased with the chango and so inform
ed the railroad and hence tire addition
nt changea - were made.
Hereafter train No. 2t which no
arrives In Anderson at 10 A. M.. wi)
arrive af it?.tK A. M. ??.I
tt which arrives at 1:10 will hereaf
ter come nt 2:B0.
While th/> railroad hardly expects to
nleaso everyone ta the city, tocal of
ficials trust that tbii will meet with
o o o o
o Unclt Dave's Letter o
O O O O i O O O O O O O'O o
Th'*? uri? ; prov? iii of the world ls,
i'l.ou?i yu: f Numb' r Ono."
TTierc ?: i ci o ii tilch lt .a abso
lutely cssci a' ihai >n? look to his
ow*? Inter?! . '! : . ? are vastly tm-.
oort a ni * i ? i i ? wh?< li . nc must do for
himself if t y arc ' r.o ut all. Tho
care of on i 'jody must bo almost
wholly l< ft r> KM : individual.'Chil
dren, thc s c. ? ir fdiol . tho solo ex
ceptions to hi? nih*.
Thnt ls cj y anoll . r way ol saying
t''af enc Ii fe pttnsi ? must acquire au
education. Utters mai help, hut thc
dflvelopmcn cf iii? mind must he car
oled ou by ' ch om* for 'limself. Each
mu ! do lill own ihi.i! ri?, lt is c.q
ally true in bo realm <?f n man's own
spiritual na ire. Th?' ri pnslhtlity of
tucli ivul. ! Ir> r?*!aticn lo its fel
low!-, c.T in i Cod, i upon Itself. Ev
. II Ill self. doe?, not obtrude
Himself mtg tin* sanctity of a human
PC ni I.
Each ilec c <<>r himself the char
acter of his jpiritual nature and what
his morai ci duct sholl ho. Each m:w
must live h own li:?' in lils own way
. nd render ila own lost account to
Qod< otho piny help or hinder us,
bu? in ili<* 1 it ?mal;, i-i lh'*r'* nre vast
arco- in <:if human life where no one
o\ro may e ter*. Hence, "Take heed
liut this ould hr a hard world to
live in If tl * law only obtained. Wt
are KO conftltut'-d thnt we must be
-elated tn Ar fellow men. No mnn
ivrth to hi ibeH. Then follows that
other scrip! ral Injunction:
"Hear yo one another's burdenn."
A? a coroll ry to ,,,-it command, we
have ihr; i )rld al-o: ' L^iok not ev
13 y man on ils own things, but every
man also i i the things of othora."
The mau \? o wooli! live his own life
.ipart from ither men must conclude
lo live a herm't. There can he
no snell ns lyilir.rition where men re
fuse to ceo ?rat?. The Negrito, with.
Klfl how an arrow, may live his sav
aeaJIfe In t o fore t and gain a scanty
livelihood, i it lhere can never he any
auch thing t's we eal I society among
such ..? noAin. Our success in ?5f?
will he mea nm! hy our ability right
ly to relah ?urselvcs in friendly co
operation e th others.
This ls th law of life, o? every sort.
Evory llvln creature mtrt maintain a
imper reli lon to his own environ
ment. Wh n that ceases, death en
sue:! inovlu Hy.
I am atei piing In this letter to em
nhasU? thc importance of this .law
No one cai nope to succeed in any
laudable w? who does not learn how
aright with his fellows,
n of right relations. X
cnn,tende^l tba* even in
- worldiy.apd temporal,
oxp^ei TA succeed .who,
stand, acquire and exer
Sm pleared ^?'tferm the
nnnrdtftfh: Tner'e ore
things whldli'-ekch must
ild obey tho ?pirlt of my
fe' . .'t .?'.
place -,we munt meet
ympathetic spirit. This
Teatos an atmosphere
moa with him. You
Onie who at once* chilled
fore they ?noke. Ynit
ul or prejudiced condl
ind?. You have at once
rather than attracted.
vely feel that you have
It is a nuc
no man . cs
doe." not un]
ert of hill
do If he'
**olt. th v ci
t.lon of tl
reit rn] ell
You In si I
Mttle or nothing In common with such
own nest ?bouRht. Dut you recall
how. wheatmeeiing one with- Rtndly
aynmathiesfanil c.pen heart, vpn .'"-have
really bees* surprise to yourself
causo of the. elcarn? of your thoucht.
the readiness or your utterance, the
keenness os^your wit. The bo?t in you
has gone ont to meet the kindly,recePr
tivity of a'Jpiendlv person ai itv. ' "*
Heart will echo back to hea*t|
Sv.Tar at tn? di- tant ?iioiinia?n ??de and
profanity yll echo hack- Apnroaeh
vcur fellow man In a kindly and syav*
pathetic w ned note how readily
he will respond to your kindnesses.
. In the swmd place, we should seek,
to dlscoveswhe /;ood In each. For each
ha? some good. It is a rare hut worthy
art to discover even in the moat'un
lovely antfe ' unattractive, some .com
mendable Sirlue. He bas the most
friends w$o discovers the most points
or posalblsl contai t with his fellow
men. The foremoxt^Amerlcan citlten
today ls njjpan who 1? capable of get
ting on rrtejttdly tcrniB with men of all
class?s and in all walks'of life. He
himself s?)ema to be tho composite
American; l?avinK in his own person
ality'seme-Una which reannnda tn lil
multiplied^? characteristics in all
kThds cf p
The see) f nil this Is simply an
honest do?re to find the good, instead
of tho ew in other folks. In thc
third placti^WP must avoid giving pain.
A kindly Wart ls ever, alert a??? inst
doing or saying the thing that stings
1 once Wsw a person-In this ??ase
me just ispp> ned to be a woman
who nevef'?fldrersed' anyone without
arousing ^".nlnfronlsm. ano always
"rubbed tiHfe^t the wrong wly of tho
fur." ?.ld oho was only awk
ward. I?& those who knew her best
kn JW lt tafe because she was utterly
indlfferorjfis tho effect of her word?.
She simply did not care; hence she
was constwly wounding even the few
fri nd? shs. had She prided berselt
in hoing a^ery honest an* outspoken
womu-i." ?She was "nc hypocrlt."
She spa"? her honest mind, and ?o
.'he wj* Sbroujih Ufo rasping aaa
?hur?lng e#?rybody who
j cape her ??iety.
lng a piM? criminal woman in Jail,
was aakoBfeWhat wag ' the nature of
that womat* crime. She replied. "I
never sake*. We have ai' n.-rt.
Tba friehsness ones in thi? friendless
wcr??? r??|?&??'"ri ntTconnt for ?heir
jlcneilnesa in fe fact that they havo
not kept ?rsnril over tholr tongue,
j that unrulif wernher,M
Many a.fiMiiant woman has remain
ed snmaitUd because no man ba? dar
ed Ure inpi her tongue. I do not
Try to get along with Printing that is cheap in
every sense of the word-and wonder why their
Stationery does not look pr wear or feel as they
wish it would. They have a good taste, but not
perspicuity-which is a good word, if it does sound
Others Use Our Printing
The classy kind that makes good everywhere,
every way, every 'time. It will pay you to see us
when in need of
The Anderson Intelligencer
PHONE 693L ANDERSON, S. C.
hesitate to say that a dirons element
bf success In relating ourselves aright
to our fellows ir In a cordial hand
shake I have ahaken a band that
had a puah in lt. My hand was grasp
ed, but at t*"~ ?amo time was shoved
towards m J, as much as to say: "Get
away from me!" You and I have
shaken hands with thoso who when
they grasped our hands in friendly
clasp have booked our hearts to theirs
nu w'-th hoops of steel.
There ls the revelation of character 1
lu a handshake. Jems laid do WAI in
Hi:-. Golden Rule the law which, (f ob- 1
served, wll surely join unnumbered
,"rlends. It ia always the violation of
-.hat law which makeo an enemy.
Many folks are eagerly perusing the j
pages of some "blue book" or some
"rcd^ hcok" which deals with the rules
and regulations of polito society, so
as to know how to carry one's self be
fore tho world. Rut the one all-compre
hensive rule whicn will insure against
all boorishness ia the rule found In
"the good book": "Do unto others na!
yr.-u would that they should do unto j
; Keep that law ?nd yon viii ho a la
dy ora gentleman. We must ever re- j
member that every man's rights end |
?there his neghbor's rights begin.
Ono final element -I must mention
as nn essential element tc success In
making friend?. It ts thlB: Do riot re
gard yourself as better than others.
The air of superiority Is always- re
sented by self-respecting people.
OOOOOOOOG9 0 000
<f IN SOCIETY
?OOOOOOOOo o ooo
i's Missionary Society Baptist
The members of the^V/oman'S Mlsr
alonury Society of the Baptist ?burch I
held a splendid meeting yasierday inj
'.ho Sunday school room.
This wa? State Mission Day and thai
following interesting program " hadf
. Bong . Service-Twelve members j
explained about, passages from ?erip-1
Mrs. J. E. Bar.on read a eptondid!
original pswsr'oji "What We Owe tot
3outh Carolina, and What South Car-j
?lina Gwea to tis."
Mrs. Ol?. A Cooley read a paper on j
"Tho Baptist Hospital In thia State."
Mrs C. fl." Sullivan and Mrs. C. I*.j
martin gave interesting talks explain, r
lng the use of the Baptist Journals
in the rn ?salon work. 1
ur. ti. Y. Matthews, pastor of tho'
Central Baptist church In Greenville,;
waa the orator of tho day. He chore
?a hts subject "Scriptural Giving."
Hl? talk was dhnsoaily Interesting
and beneficial to th? local atwick.
He explained the n.ethod of gtviug.
DRU8S EXC?TE YOUR !
IF YOUR BACK HI RTS OR BLAB
BER BOTHKRS, I.KINR LOTS
Whon your Sidneys hurt, and your
back fepla sore, dont get scared a
bit and proceed to load your stomich
with a lot of drugs that excite the?
kidneys and Irritate the cntlm urinary :
ict. Koop your kidneys clean like j
u keep your bowels clean, by (lush
ing them with a mild, harmless saRa j
which removes tho body's urlnous.
wasts and stimulates them to their j
nonpnl activity. The function of the I
kidneys ls to tilter the blood. In 24;
hours they strain from lt GOO gruinsj
of acid and waste, so wa can readily j
understand the vital importance of'
keeping the kidneys active.
Drink lots of water-you can't!
drink tob much; also get from any j
pharmacist about four ounces of Jad ?
Salts; tako a tahiesponftil In a glass!
of water before breakfast each morn-1
ina for a few days and your kidneys
wtll act fine. This famous salts is
made from the acid of grapes and
lernen juico, combined with lithia, and
has ween used for generations to clean
and stimulate clogged kidneys; also
to neutralise tho acids in urine so Jt
no longer is a sourco of irritation,
thus- ending Madder waitmno*
Jad Salts lp inexpensive; cannot in
jure: tzsksm a delightful oiiervescont
Hthla-waisr drink Which everyone
should take now and then to keep
their kidnoys clean and active. Try
this, also keep up the water drink
ing and no doubt yo? ?ul wonder
r?iat became ot your kidney trouble
lu bia church and compared the i
hts-that church memoern spend
lahly with what they elvo to the
Lord. \ . I
Jd the conclusion of Dr. Matthews':
talk the dining room of tho church, i
which had been beautifully deco-j
" with golden rod and ferns, wan
liraVopen and a tempting lundi?
served to all preaont. immedi
ately after lunch Mis? Lucille Burris
from, the Young Woman's Ae*w*?t'.ne j
matte an interesting talk on keeping j
I South Carolina clean.
Dr. James Kincaid, president e*1
An?n-son College, spoke for a few j
minutes an tho v*ose relatfoh of the
Woman'i? Missionary Unit:? to denom
inational colleges Mrs. A. L. Smeth-1
(fra, who has charge or" the Dirts'
Auxiliary, brought th* work ot thc
home and foreign missionaries moat j
vividly to the minds of nr^ry ono]
w.'th v- beautiful pageant, sixteen!
girls. Miase? Allie Psarsaan, Ola Tria*I
ole, Clara FM rd I ho. Sara and Carolyn !
McFsl), Louie Smother*. Mabel Dil-'
hast. Marte Edmonds, Marcela
Coos', Cwie Mooro, Josephine Wora
r: j ni J nj. Shearer, Qienner Har
rell, Mercer McGill, Daisy Shearer
au*i Carol Gc*?r, wore unique cos
tumes representing; a favored *r.".'.,sloh
ary and told in a few word? ?he work
shu was doins;.
Misa? Hough, ot Grcsuvllle, one of
tho teachers In the city scnoula. K.?VU
nu interesting talk on "The Life in the
Mrs.-Vines, tbs pr?sident of the au-.
cinty, presided throughout the day.
The Elks Club.
Tho members of tho Elks Club have
issued invitations? to thc ladies of
. Le'r families to use their club rooms
in any way they may choose on Fri
day of each week.
In a number of cities "Ladies' Day"
is ?uwc?V?d !.? ?UI-M'M Clubs and it 1:5
hoped that the ladles will appreciate;'
?iiul auOepi ibis invitation.
Col. J. Newton, Brown and family,;,;
who Ihavo been spending' the month'
of September ' In the Bretton Whodn,
in the. White Mountains of New Hamp^'.
shire, have gone td Boston to apendX
Use e ?tt?e extra money tc S
good advantage just now?
f laven't you something to sefl?
Dc y o?a wo something you no
longer me, but which W offered!
at a bargain prion would ap*
peal al once to some one who
does need st?
An INTELLIGENCER Want
Ar! will tare the trkk.
If you ?re ever troubled with aches,
??.insat ??^r?sess cf !he mttsc?ss. ye?;
wilt appreciate the good qualities nt
Chamberlaln'a Liniment. Many eutv
tero ra from rheumatism and luiallca
have used lt with i)ut best restdtA. It
is especially valuable tor lumbago,
and lame .back For sals kjr ail desi