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FOR SALE-.'New ?vera and Pond
piano, tor s.;??-coat $42."? CO. Ap
ply to P- W. Major, treasurer Ham
mond School- Anderson, ll- I.
FOE SALE-About 500 bushels of
Vaneroft outs at 75 cents, and
blueatraw wheat at SL25 per bush
el. C. L. Dunn, Anderson, R. 1?. 2.
FOR SALE-We .have a email tract
ot land formerly part of the Quince
1 lamond place, which can bc bought
cheap if you act quick. Frank & De
campa Realty Company. ?-30-tf
FOR SALE-registered Airedale Ter
uteru. One male and one female. Six
months old, well marked, sound and
Straight. Best utilty dog bred. Es
pecially good S8 Child's compan
ion. Oak Grove Farm, Anderson,
8. C.. Box 257.
FOR SALE-Four Ford Automobiles.
One 1914 model touring car, 1450 00,
one 1912 model t-juring car $350.00.
one 1911 mulei tuunug car, $125.00;
one 1911 model T., ?176.00. Write or
see S. M. McAdams, Iva, 8. C.
FOR SALE-Sweet peas. vBurl..mi;s
and Burpee's superb Spencer collec
tions in packages. We also carry
bulk stock of prize Spencer Mixture
and floe mixed at moderate prices.
Furman Smith, Seedman.
LOST-At W. M. Riley's store on V.'.
Markst street, small white, high
bond with ulack ears. Itcward fur
ir.formatto'i leading to hi3 recovery.
Phone Riley's Store.
.I" ? ? -'?-'?
LOST-Ladi?sM?rooch Sunburst; Ola
monds and rearia. Lv?i OB Welt
ncr street between 8. H. Parker's
Aid C. j- Re CK Ki p's-- Finder retar"
to Parker & Bolt's store and get re.
word. S R. Parker.
WASTTB^-Carrier hoy. Apply at The
Intelligencer office- iO-S-if
AVANTEB-Forty salesladies. Ap;>,'v
Monday morning, October 12th. -8.
H. Kress ft Co.
WA9TEB-The public to know that
we have Just received a large ship?
tnent of box files, and caa supply
Sour wants in this line. Anderson*
atelllgencer, Job Department. tf
,, , t ? i i ? ' II i i . ....
W?NTj?B- You to know that we do
hl*h class cleaning and greasing.
Lndlef work esocclally. Agents Bon
-ronan Company, the South's largest
dyers and dry Clemen. Columbia
?T 8EEM8 TO BP.-A special provi
sion that fruit is the most desired
.and adapted food for warm weather,
and you'll find it here-California
frlrts, oranges, grapes, plums, pears
ned northern ' topples-all fresh.
Also Sickle peers, and plenty of
bananas. J. K. Manoa.
HAIR DRESSING-Switches made
from your own combings. Same cz.A
be found at 105 13. Church street up
stairs. Mrs. Leona'Arnold.
BEE W. A. Todd, tho Monument Man.
for anything in the Monumental
Une. Tombstones of all kinds. W.
A. Todd, 1003 South Main street,
Anderson, e. C.
Delay in Caring for
is Expensive Eeoiiomy
the how time-the ttn.0 when you
firlt realize thai your vlslou is be
Ortfclng faulty is tho time itu should
cope to us for sight aid
BOX T BECKITP. TOFUS? LP
by Imagining t;hnt ytur eyes win gu
better wiVtcut glasson-lt won't
win help netufe-will relive tho
ut f ain, tht- f^ura. tts'un? and water
We are hore to give you the hort
^^Hnt glasses at prices you will
be glad to pay
are not strangers in this city,
on hore FIFTEEN MONTHS
on* la this fifteen months we have
over ELEVEN HUNDRED peo
ple" nrfao ?re our friends, BECAUSE
THEY ASS SATISFIED with our
A.TRY. You wJU never
?& Star-fit Optica Co.,
Dr. I. M- Israelson, Manager
Ko. Sid So* Ma?? Street.
JfcfaWs. V- t
'timms Ft OOH
Imo 25 cents, Throe Times LO ceutB,
p words prorata for each additional
be II-t d in u month uj.nl?; on appli
tban 25 cents, cash in advance.
phono directory you can telephone
ba mulled after its Insertion for
A REAL BARGA!.,-At the Eagle
l.arbcr shop, all during the month
of October, for cash only- a hair cut
?nd a postage stamp for a cent and
a quarter. Satisfaction guaranteed.
WHAT'S tho UPC of buying new ???-.wes?
Why not let me repair tho.se old
ones? Big Having in money to you.
Satisfaction guarantee.!. 0. E. Mc
Kee, 128 Kast WbUner
IS LOGICAL SOLUTION
THE ONLY WAY TO HANDLE
WILL GET RESULT
If Business Men and Industries
Desire to Help the Farmer,
Then Use Moro Cotton.
Tho reasonable -nd only logical way
to help the Southern cotton farmer in
his time of need, according to n wc
known attache of tho Anderson cham
ber of commerce, is for thc business
men and Industries of the South to
use moro cotton instead of other ma
terial in shipping their products.
In talking yesterday to a reporter
for The Intelligencer, this gentleman
"It has boen clear from the first
that consumption was the key to the
cotton problem, and that plans for
holding supplies off tho market and
curtailing production were but Ojeaos
for (stimulating demand. Withholding
supplies is not consumption, and ?uir
talment of production is not a price
factor because wauling assurance of
certainty; and all plans for offering
Imtncdlato enhancement of, price hav.
lng failed from various reasons, relief
?In to be found only in Immediate .u> .
"The South ls in position to sensi
bly enlarge the demand for cotton in
at :<.;.. ? one practical wt?y, <?nrl this
county endorsees and earnently recom
mends the adoption of the following
"That tho rice mills, grain elevator
companies, cotton oil mills, flour and
cotton mills of the country be urged to
use cotton bagging fur tuiipping pack
ages, and the chambers of commerce
and. boards of trade of the South, as
well eil Individual merbants, move
vigorously In bringing tho matter t>
the attention of tho trade.
"Resolved, That a copy of this ac
tion be sent to the chambers of com
merce and hoards of trade of tho
South with requost for their ,cordlal
co-operation." . ? >- \
ROBERT EJOrPTT COX
HAS PASSED AWAY
Prominent flilren of Abbeville Ried
at Greenwood Hospital 'Saturday
After rm Illness nf less than two
weeks Mr. Robert Emmett Cox. one
Of the Icndim- and most popular clti
*?nh of Abbeville county, died at tho
Greenwood hospital Saturday mornt
at 11 o'clock. Mr- Cox was brought
fo Conwood on Tuesday, September
29, suffering with an acute attack of
appendicitis. Preparations were.mad*
for an operation, but lt was found that
his condition would not warrant it.
The body will be taken to Abbeville
Saturday afternoon and the funeral
will be conducted in the Presbyterian
church of that etty on Sunday. The
interment will be made in lipper Lons
Cane cemetery by the side of his
father who passed away a number ol
Mr. Cox wajs a native of Abbeville
county,* having, been born near Un
county seat about 45 years ago- .""or
a number of yeera ho served as w-ial
Justice and later was elected and i toi
ot the county which position he filled
most acceptably for four terms. Aft et
retiring from this o fri ce Mr- Cox, with
Dr. Goode Thompson', organized Gif
People's Bank of Abbeville, one o!
the most thriving finan oin 1 institution^
of the county. Ho was cashier nf this
bank from ts organ/ntlon- He was
also president of the Abbeville Warc
BelP-quent Read Tas Notice.
AU dlnlenquent road tax collectors
are provided with an official receipt
book with numbes. and stub nu ni bes
attached. Pay no money to collectors
unless yon git Gie official receipt aa
above provided or.
J. MACK KING.
ti County Supervisor.
TEACHERS CLUB HELD
SEVERAL GOOD PAPERS ARE
READ ?Y MEMBERS
Delightful Luncheon Served by
Domestic Science Class After
Conclusion of the Exercises.
Tuc Anderson County Teachera club
mel Saturday morning nt tho \\'<'.st
Market ??KII School, for tho lirrt
si .?-?DH of thc year. There was an un
usually Rood attendance on this mcet
Ini;. uni] several most highly praised
papers wore read by members. Among
i hose may bo mentioned an Interest
ing and helpful paper on Latin in
the schools, by Prof. c l> Coleman
?i reading hv Miss May llinnant, Peu
dicton; n l*plendld paper on discipline
by Mrs. l^ottlu C. Hates, Anderson.
Mlas Colo entertained tho audience by
rendering one nf her songs in Inimit
Tlie election of officers resulted as
I'rusldnnt,.. Pro*- ?>. A. Wolbornc
I rihcipal of the Willlamston schools;
sin- prctddent, Miss Nell Cochrans
Anderson City schools; secretary
Mica Lillian Cllnkscales, of the Mcr
At thc conclusion of tho regular
program. Mr. W. w. Smoak, editor o
The Intelligencer, appeared before th
teachers and proposed to start a school
page in the Intelligencer devoted lo
tho schools of the county. His plan
in brief, was to furnish each sehoo
wislllnglto, enter into the nlan a copy
of the,:?>a!ly Intelligencer freo 'Hiring
tho sohool* year in exchange for a
weekly letter of the nowa of the school,
and a letter of the happening? of the
community' He suggested that thc
pupils in th?? more advanced gradoB
be given this as an English exercise,
and the best naper presented on each
of tho subjects be sent to the paper
for publication in the school page.
Card?. vs'ere passed around nnd prac
tically ail the. schools nresent gave
In that names of thelr^schools.
At the conclusion of thc exorcises
a delighting repast was served by Miss
Georgia Marshall's class in domr?3tIe
science. Thenn young ladles showed
tho care In training they have receiv
ed nt Miss Marshall'r<J hands. The
luncheon was prepared in the model
kitchen of the-Weat Market 8chool.
Among tho-e nre8ont wer?> the fol
lowing, thc Hst having been secured
Trom the Prof- T- L. "Hanna, of tho
J Pendleton High Behool, who was pre:%
ident of the association during the
C, W. Rice. Anderson, S. C.
R. A- Abrams. Anderson
G. W. Chambers, Anderson.
M. M. Carlington, Anderson
C. D. Coleman, Iva, S- C.
T. L. Hanna, Pendleton.
Mary Broyles, Pendleton, R- 2.
May Holle Cooner, Lebanon.
Mattie Robbins, Townvllle
Bertha Burrlss, Anderson, D. F. D. G.
CInudino Skelton, Belton
Ruby Williford, Belton.
Med S. Major. Starr, R- F. D.
Eefrifa ,llunte;-, Belton.
Orna'/L.' Bee, Bollon.
Leona Foster, Anderson.
Ruth Archer, Anderson.
Miriam Eaflo I-ee, Anderson.
Eliza 'J- Tribble. Anderson.
.Alma Turnor. Anderson
B. V. 'nivens, linnea Path.
J- B- Foli?n, AsiderHun.
P. .W. Jayme, Lebanon.
M. B. Cornal, Starr
E C. McCants.
Olellia Mooro, Denver. S. C.
Onida Major, Belton. S. d
Carry Darb", Sandy Springs, S- C,
France,^ Shirley, Belton. .
Lottie C. Estes, Anderson.
Josephine Kerr, Anderson
Mnry Andetson, Patron.
Nolle L- Cochran, Andorann.
Olivia Duckett Anderson.
Anna Brown. Anderson.
Charlotta. W- Parke, Andorson.
Lucile Btirrlsa, Afdorson.
WThnld Celv Piedmont
Cleo italicv, Anderten
Annie "Erskine, Andenson.
Belle Mccutcheon. Pendleton.
May Hitman?, Pendleton.
Julia P- Gliilard, Anderson.
Betrle Gentry, Belton.
Mr??. C- af. ?hu-!uinan.
Msry Hetoa BU.TISS Andersoa.
Vera Pruitt, Audcrson
FROM THE CLASSICS.
Con any one find out in what
condition his body will bet I
do not say a year hence, but
Nothing ta moro annoying than
a low man raised to a high po
lt matters go on badly now
they vvUl not always the so.
Our advantages fly away with
eut aid. Pluck the flower.
The plant vt hieb la often trans
planted does ?ot prosper.-Ben
Bodies are slow of growth, tnt
oro rapid tn their dissolution,
AROUND THE CITY
WHAT VISITORS TO ANDER
ALL ARE PLEASED
Say That Anderson Business
Does Not Reflect That There
Are Hard Times.
"Fairfax Harrison l? Hie mosl op*
Umis t ic man In the Som li ?uni ono
who reads hi? statements ita contaiu
i'd in the Southern press relative to
tho European war and the vast oj?,
portunitles the South luis to extend
her trade possibilities holli beyond
thu Equator and in the Orient must
indeed feel that the South ls Itfaky
to have tsucb a man at th" head
one o? lier great systems, said MV. A.
tl; Wilson of Florida at the Chiqiiola
las? night- "What I about .V?
Harrison is lils ability to see cona
tions In Hie South not a? thoy ten'
porarlly are today, but as they are
lionnd to bo in the, very near futuro;
he ls just tho kind of niau lo insure
confidence In tho South and to h'c
uurately estimate her possibilities. I
understan he is also a good friend of
"I believe conditions in Anderson
aro better than in any oilier size
city in the cotton belt, according to
the business I have received at any
rate- I was surprised at tho great
amount of building going on hore. My
business is connected with tho building
trade and I know is to be a fact that
the life on the streets of your city ls
abend of anything I have Been for the
past, sixty days in tho entire tfbuih,
and I hnvo been over most of il" said
Mr. A. L. I^aFon of thc LaFon M >t
tallc Co. of Philadelphia. - guest nt
local hotel yesterday- Mr. LaFon
covers tho whole United States oneo
every two years and gives it as his
opinion that the war In Europe is
bound to help the South and *sspec
lally the Carolins)*. He f'.ated he
looked for great prosperity in-?this
section after the holidays
"I have never seen a building go
up so fast as the new theatre; the
contractors mean tb get through as
soon as possible, and/liicy aro build
ing the liiructure along modern lines
too;" said F.?i??? P?t?t, tho wc??-kr.o
newsdealer and stationer yesterday
whun in conversation with Tho Intelli
gencer man. Mr. Pant stated that ho,
as well as nil the other members of
tho Bonrd, were well pleased with
tho leasing contract entered into by
tho nfrcctotrsv and ' lil1'also; mid ho
hoped to see the theatre . part nf the
building ccmpleted by Christmas.
"Tho time to 'nave Anderson ?s this
winter and we eboul'l pavo ot least 20
miles of streets and havh the work
either done or well under way by
summer. When money fa slightly tight
asi at present ,1s the Unie to vote bonds
raid do public work. Anderson ls be
hind the procession lp street paving
and wo must do something. I un
derstand the city council favors push
ing tho matter as much as possible
I have talked to quite a number of our
most progressive pcoplo recently, es
pecially nineo Um recent wet spell,'
and they all are impressa*! with the
neotfwity of doing this werk now"
said Judge Cox yesterday when dis
cussing street paving with t?. party
nf business men Interested In the
The Day In Congress ;
Washington, Oct. 10.-SENATE: Met *
at ll a- m. | j
Sent adminlstartlon Alaskan c&?l .
lands leasing bill back' to .conferees
on point of order against new section.
Rcsumjod debate on war revenue .
bill- ' (
(Recessed at 3:35 p. m. until ll a. m. ,
HOUSE-Met at noojp
Resumed debate on Philippines bill. ,
Ad jon med at 4:32 pm. until noon t
Monday. _ ' . .
Charleston & Western
To and From the
No. 22 ..... 6:00 A. M.
No| 6 ..... 3:35 P. M.
No. 5 . *..* .i?:S0 A. M.
No. 21_4Y55 P. M.
rates, etc., promptly
E. WILLIAMS, b. P.-A.,
T. B. CURTIS, C. A.,
Anderson* S. C.
$4, $4.50, $5 ,
??L STALE ai|RES ~l
HAVE BEEN OMITTED
Ol RANCH HAS A GREAT
MANY NEW ACTS.
:OMING HERE SOON
Anderson Audiences Will Get a
Brea'di of Real Life of
the Far West.
Tho 101 r.anch Wild West, thc larg
st traveling exposition of histoi'cal
nd romantic western life in the
vorld, will visit tltis city on Tuesday
>ctobcr 27, Riving two performances
md inaugurating itB appearance with
i gala morning street parado. Mll
c:* Bros. Arlington, tho ownera
jrcmise an entertainment ourpass
ng :>. magnitude, accuracy of treat
nent and instructive Interest nny
hlng* of its character ever seen un
One o ft lui advance agents charac
terizes tbe"show as ''The Famous 101
tanch, of Blisse Okla., transported'
n veritable miniature for a day to this
rity" Tho cowboys', cowgirls, dn
tians. Hernes, cattle and buffaloes
li have- permanent homes on. ihe'Qkla
lomn prairie. Only the.Several score
?f Mexicans, Cossacks, Texas Rang
rs and Northwestern mounted police
rc not regularly enrolled employes
f the ranch.
The record of lol Ranch Wild West .
nprecedented in the history of the
Ircns. Though but four years old
t has appeared in every big city in
his country, travelled as fsr north
tito Canada as the railroad pench?tes
nd shown its . wonder* to Mexico
llty, Mexico- Its -success has been
0 more spontaneous than enduring,
il ways and everywhere crowds ha'
locked to its performance; never
coming to tire of Ita stirring, un
wonted scenes and movement
The organization which ls coming to
his city is an amplified edition ot
he show wheh has startled the
musement world for three years. It
1 a living page from frontier history,
rlthout profes-3ionallsm or theatrics,
t is solely a "real" wild west show
Svery feature and figure ls legitimate,
atthful and characteristic. Without
rarfation of illusion, the primitive
ports, perils, pastimes, hardships, ad
ventures, chivalries and routine du
if-s of the ranch, range , and round
Ip aro reproduced in e. great arena.
The 101 Blanch tournament, from lt
rery nature and source, is different
"rom anything ever shown before un
ter can va?.?, it is promised.
Miller Bros. A Arlington give as
surance that none of the hackneyed,
tiresome, familiar around of other so
called and mis-called "wild 'west" ex
hibitions enter? into its roaring, rol
licking and reckless displays. It 1?
fr frail, clean and . "wholesomfe, fairly
tingling with the breath of prairie.
??uti Hi?u?iais. There !? nnt n -mnn
or wom?n ip it who has not learned
the secrets of the border aro Pot tn
the sage-brush and. the prairie -
who cannot read thc grass and tho
?ky with understanding eyes. The
grand entry at each performance ls
a veritable echo o the plains and and
tho cattle trial. '
Among*tho numerous exclusive now
features on this year's program is tho
appearance of -the Cheyenne cham
pions of last year's Frontier Day- Tho
men and women whose nerve, skill
and daring won for them the honors
of the contenta which were open tn
the world are all enlisted under thc
101 Ranch Wild Weat standard. Thor
nm lcd by Miss Goldie St Clair, on
fJklohme. miss who won the "bucking"
tio-jie championship, and who was ner
sonrtfly and publicly complimented liv
Br-!*resident Roosevelt, wno watched
lier orhibftion from the 'grand iTtami
Miller Bros-s Sc Arlington have aspir
ed to make their preliminary street ;
[mrade a pageant that will remain a
glorious, .memory to all who view it
Every person and every aninval -with
ho organization ts rehired to he in
"no. The cavalcade stretches moro ,
han a milo In ?enpln. It is a mov
ng nummary of the west which knew
io barbed wira or blocked tralla.
ping Step With
repression yu ur clothes will mcke
and cubtlcty of style
good appearances are accepted
nd your assurances on that point
e-but that point is just the begir
their fundamental features are in
re now ready to show you the Iii
-wear in thc new Autumn styles f<
lu t'es the dashing novelty effects i
ii uso over and the conservative
ure cordially invited to inspect the
u to choose. Come in and try or
No obligations incurred.
R. W. T
TO HELP MOVEMENT
FOR GETTING FOREIGN THE
TRREIGN TRADE HERE.
WORK UNDER WAY
Business Men and Chamber of
Cornmerc? - To Co Operate in
the Covphmed Efforts.
. Thc traffic committee of the Ander
son (humber of commerce is in re
ceipt of a letter from the freight traf
fic m mager of the Southern raliway
In which that official asks if this city
will bc willing to aid n an efrort to
bring part of the trade with foreign
countries, and more especially South
America, to South Carolina. The bus
iness men of the city have evinced
much inters^ since tho letter was re
"This special letter deals with thr
prospects for interesting the South
American trade und glv<|* complete
de'ails as to'hov/ this country may
work up a credit in the sale of South
American goods and as a system ol
exchange tho, letter advocates the or
ganization of a bank capitalized at $1,
OOt'.OtiO, vo' bo located ia Tic do -Ja
neiro or San Paulo. This bank would
handle.all bills of exchango and would
protect the American interests. *
In lils letter here the Southern rail,
rend man'sayis that the Brazilian Gov
ernment could be asked to purchase
bonds of.the bank and to work up
collateral and would doubtless agree
to this, request
The railroad man urges that tho as
sistance of every business'man in MK
South bc secured' ns soon ns possible
and actual work begun with a view
to securing the biggest portion of tho
IN AKDELgO? OCTOBSB 13 TO t?ij
?nnHE Ford Tim
public iii general
owners Sn particu
where between it
It is publiai
by the Ford I
car-lias a wo
cd free each m
Is due entirely to the.''outer
at par on the way your clothe'
are thoroughly established at
ming of our good clothes
volved in their SERVICE
ighest perfection in tailored
or Men and Young Men. Va
in fabric, color and cut young
models that dignify the tastes
se splendid garments, that in
i the suits that strike your
The Battle of Arma
Not Now But Soon
He who know:; thc end from tim
beginning has told us through hiB
faithful prophets just when to expect
a time of trouble such as there never
was Blnco there was a nation- Jesus
in (|uotiag tho prophecy added no nor
over uhall be again.
Thanks to God for the ?ilvor lining
lo tho dark cloud. Pastor Russell has
boen proclaiming the good tidings for
for years. He has not set dalis but ,
merely calls attention to theso airear y
set by the Great Timekeeper. Ilia
books are sold for a trifle and loaned
freely to any not able to buy-'
Free literature on any bible sub
ject mailed upon application to
T. W. BROCKMAN
Fountain Inn. S. C.
Chanqe In Location
} ?tri new located.over W, |
A. Power's grocery store at
212 1-2 S. Main Street. I
thank my friends for their
past p?trojia**?? and ask con
tinuance of same.
I make plates at $6.50
I make gold crowns at$4.00
Silver fillings, 50c and up.
Gold fillings $1.00 and up
Painless Extracting 4C\z.
I make a specialty of
treating Pyorrhea, Alveo
lares of the gums and all
crown and bridge work and
regulating mal formed teeth.
All work guaranteed first
S. G. BRUCE
We are doing superior work at our
ginnery. Swap meal and hulls for
seed. Also have five hundred bushels
ot Bancroft Prolific Oats (graded
seed) for sale or exchange for cotton
seed. Price $1.25 per bushel or one
pound oats ' for four and one-half
pounds cotton seed.
9-2?-lmc GLUCX MILLS.
es ia a magazine
-and to Ford
lar. But ?sottie
s covers will be
of interest td
ee the Ford
will be mill
ionth to any.
?e, upon re
t? AUTO SHOP