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Boars 12-1 ; 3-5 p. m.
T?l?phone 458 or 522.
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* Dr. W. W. Chlsolm
* Phone SS?jr Anderson, 8. C.
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Brown Office Landing
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question! Alright then ?ont
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socialite on these tro ables and
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werk that sneUs satisfaction.
Prices 99M to ap. Re
paire Me aa.
DR. Bl R. CAMPBELL
112 W. WhifnerSt
Groan? fior-teispfeon* <
APHORISMS OH WORDS.
Words are the transcript of
those ideas which are In tb?
mind of man, and that writing
or printing la the transcript of
We should be as careful of our
words aa of our actions and as
fsr from .?peaking III as from
Words ara .freeborn and not
the vassals of the gruff .tyrants
of praise do their bidding
only. Thar have the same right
to dance and- sing as th? dew
drop?'hare to sparkle and toe
stars to shine-Abraham Coles.
Words 'indeed SM bat tho
signs ?nd counters of knowledge,
and their currency should be
strict! t regulated by the capital
which they rsprosent--Colb>n.
Worde are men'? daughters,
but Ged** eons aro things.-Dr.
Miss Blanche McGaughe)
West, which comes here on Tue;
BRINGS THE WAR
Continued Prom Page one.)
the fighting, which meanB, of course,
that although tb artillery has been
busy as ever, neither side has at
tempted any attacks.
' Continuous Bartle For Week?.
Around BL M iii iel, south of Verdun,
where the Germano are hanging on
to the little strip of the river Meuse
which they succeeded in crossing
and from which the French have been
trying for weeks to drive them, tho
battle bas been almost continouu8
and the French claim to have,gained
Away down Alsace, which is sel
dom mentioned in the officiai' reports
there has been fighting, which, how
over, both French and Germ?n state
ments ignore. Twice during the week
reports have come from Basel that
the Germans have been defaatod .there
and now an unofficial account from
Gerlln says the fortress of Belfort
has been attacked with mortars.
Both Berlin and Paris express con
fidence in the outcome of the battle
in the East and WesL
Reporte of fighting. In east PrusHla.
Poland. Galicia and 'Hungary are so
widely at variance that it is diffi
cult to Judge of tho progress of the
battles. Austria claims to be driving
the Russians out of Hungary, while
the FJussian generals say they aro
leaving the country to escape infec
tion from cholera. ,
!Bcriin says the Gallcian fortress of
Pricmysl.* heB been relieved, while
the Russian report, received through
Rome, says the fortress at la.-,? has
fallen. In Poland both sides insist
they have gained thc advantage in ad
vance guard actions. The only thing
un Which both sides agree ls that In
r.ctlV?.? nivalis in 8uwt*tk1.
Knsfinns Waiting For Germans.
IP Poland, where a big battle is
being fought .the Germans aro mak
ing for the crosing of the Vistula,
behind wb'sb the Russians are walt
ing lor them. The Russian advance
guard thrown out In front of tho river
ure falling back before the German
advance, and lt doubtless ls this fight
ing which? waa referred to in the of
ficial report? from Berlin and Petro
grad. One account says the Gormans
have taken tho offensive with success
but tho Russians declare the Aus
trians ?nd Germans have been re
duced to tho .defensive. It Is quite
likely tho state of the roads prevents
either side from making any advance
and that they will bo compelled to
wait unti Ithe ground has frozen be*
tore sirifcing ?heir real blows.
Deitv I? Important.
F-.om the Allies''standpoint the de
la yin the eastern theatre ot war is
important, for it prevents the Ger
mant from sanding reinforcements tc
HM west. The inhabitants ot Poland
apparently ara giving the Germans
some trouble ?nd r.re reported to have
organised marauding parties which,
while they cannot do much damage to
any army, ca?>Interfere with its com
munications by destroying roads and
RIM? Causing Annoyance.
Mine? and the stopping of neutral
steamers ari causing much annoy
ance to neutral countries. Follow
ing the example of Germany and Eng
land, Busala le sowing raine? in the
ri "The girl- who throws the-bul
5-day, October 27.
I Baltic, while thc Gormans aro said
1 have placed these dangerous n
chines in the Scheid?, which 1B Dui
I water. The Adriatic, too, ha? b<
(mined and the Italian fishing ind
try probably brought to an end.
The Scandinavian countries i
Holland are chief sufferers from
searching of neutral ships, fqr
ships are now being stopped by h
British and Gorman warships.
Danger from the Turkish fleet !
passed for the time being, these w
ships having returned from the Bl
Sea to tho Sea ot Marmora. It la c
sidered doubtful whether they will
out again uuless Turkey d?finit
throws in her lot. with Germany,
the British ambassador at Consta
jnople has dsclared the cruisers C
?ben and Breslau will be considt
hostile ships as leng as they arc <
cered and manned by Germans.
Fumino Is roared.
Turkey ls keeping her army- n
???.?.ni ?t gret cosat nnd to the
riment of trade and commerc?, W
are practically at a standstill. '
though the crops are good, iamic
feared in the Armenian provinces
Germany, it is said, han sent mi
to Constantinople, but it is consid
doubtful that she will bc able to
ply all Turkey's wants.
The Germans are rebuilding
forts around Antwerp.
RELIEF AMEN DM1
(Continued from Pago One.)
'tnman ,of Mississippi, stn
defended their, positions. Se:
Vardaman declared he wished t
nothing to starve the treasury,
If the United States Is going t<
tho- heavy hand of taxation on p
groaning with poverty lt can't 1
?upon my people with my consen
. Senator Clarke said he believe
'government should discharge its
g?tions and one of them was t
cotton farmers of. the South.
Senator Stone ef Miaouri, ap|
to what ho termed the "recale
Democrats," who, he asserted
agreed in party conferenc to vo
the war revenue bill.
"If the . recalcitrant Demo?
said -Senator Stone, "are going
pudiate tb J action of the Derne
conference sri undertake to de
measure which they were pl edi
support and shall succeed In
effort we Abai stay here until
thing else la done to relieve tl
normal and expected pressure <
treasury. ' The. Democratic
and Senate would be recreant
duty lt this motion should be
ed and we should go home w
by a coterie of recalcitrants
would hold the Democratic pal
to- contempt and bring the Den
ic administration, glorious In a<
ment, np to .this hour, Into i
embarrassment. Take your
course, gentlemen, but an oven
inj humber of your colleagu?
stand by their guns nad not rui
ind leavo the , administratioi
which we are responsible, 16 i
bar rassln g predicament,*'
Millions af Woo* Screws I
It baa been eaftlmated that 4,7
OOO wood screws are used
United Stats* each year.
with the loi Ranch, Real Wild
Of notblug yoq can. In the
j long ran and with 'ftfuch' ' lost
labor, make only-nothing*.-Car
A rsi kitchen ma ken a lean
Everything is twice as huge,
measured on a three-year-old's
three foot scale, as on a thirty
. year-old's ' six foot scala
la life lt ls difficult to say who
du yon the most mischief-ene
mies with the worst intentions
or friends with the best.-Bul*.
We are nearer neighbors to
ourselves than whiteness to fffcttjt
or weight to stones.-BIontalguT.
FU88IAN NATIONAL ANTHEM.
God, the all terrible, thoa who
Thunder thy clarion an-i light
ning thy sword.
Show forth thy pity on high
where thoo reign est.
Give to us peace in our time,
God, the all merciful, earth hath
Thy holy ways and slighted
Let not thy wrath lu Its terror
Give to na peace In our time,
God, the omnipotent, mighty
Watching Invisible, judging un
Save na tn mercy and save os
Gita to ns peace tn our time,
Wisdom te the only thing
which, caa relieve ns from the
sway of tbs passions and the
fear of danger and which ?aa
teach us to bear the Inj artes ot
fortune itself with moderation
and which abows os all the
ways -jtf?ch lead to tranquillity
end peace. Young.
As for asa, all I know la that
X to-w notMng.-?ocrates.
Tha doorstep to the temple of
wisdom te a knowledge of our
own Ignoran* a.-Spurgeon.
Wen, Ged. gave them wisdom
that have it and those that are
foote let them use their talents.
Economy In The Home
The sure way to practice it is to save
on your bills for electric current.
How, you ask? Why, by installing economical
For a few tents you can place a Mazda Lamp in place of
the old style wasteful carbon hmo and pecure THREE
TIMES the LIGHT at the SAME CURRENT EXPENSE.
Now is the time, before the long evenings come.
COME in and LET US demonstrate the saving.
Southern Public Utilities Co
Will Be Held to Fill Vacancies on
?va narai Routes.
fill two vacancies pn rural routes
leauing out of Iva a civil service ex
amination will be held in Anderson on
Saturday, November 14th. Postmaster
Cochran today made the following an
nouncement concerning the examina
The United States Civil Service
Commission announces an open com
petitive examination on the d?.te and
at the examination places named
above, aa a result of which it is ex
pected to make certification to fill the
vacancy iu the position of rural car
rier at the place named above and
other vacancies as they may occur on
rural routes at post?nico in the abovo
nacmed county, unless it is found to
be in the interest of the service to AU
any vacancy by reinstatement, trans
fer, or promotion. The compensation
of a rural, carrier is based upon the
length of the route and ranges from
$480 to $1,200 per year.
Age 18 to 55 on thc date of the ex
amination. The maximum age is waiv
ed in case of persons honorably dis
charged from the United StalMB mili
tary or naval service.
An applcant must- have his actual
domicile in the territory supplied by
postoflico in the aunty for which the
examination ls announced.
The examination is open to all male
citizens of the United States who can
comply with the requirements.
Application form 1341, and full In
formation concerning the require
ments of the examination can be se
cured from the secretary of the local
; examining board or the postmaster
at any of the examination points
named above, or from tho United Stat
es civil service commission, Washing
ton, D. C.
Applications should be promptly ex
ecuted and flied with the commission
at Washington. As examination pa
pers are shipped direct from the com
mission to the places of examination,
it is necessary that, applications be
received In ample time to arrange for
he examination desired at the plac?
indicated by the applicant The com
mission will therefore arrange to ex
amine any applicant whose applica
tion is received in time to permit the
shipment of tho necessary papera
An eligible register for the position
ot rural letter carrier for each coun
ty will be maintained. A person must
be examined for the cot My in which
the postofflce that supplies his home
is situated. As a result of such ex
amination he may l-- -onie eligible to
appointment as rural carrier at any
postofflce In such county. A rural let
ter carrier after ono year's satisfac
tory service msy be transferred to
the position of clerk or carrier in a
first or second class postofflce, to the
position of railway clerk, or to other
positions in tho classified service, sub
ject to such examination aa may be re
quired by the civil-service rules.
That the raising of beans in Ander
sen county and all over South Caro
lina would be the most profitable step
that Anderson planters and other
planters In this State could take, ls
the Idea advanced by I. W. Garner,
formerly of Georgia,- but. now of Los
Angeles, Cal. Mr. Gamer baa written
aa follows to the Anderson Chamber of
"Having been raised on a farm In
Middle Georgia and lived there tor
twenty-eight y cara, I feel a very deep
interest In the farmers of Ute South,
und am ??very sorry e the very i
trying conditions the t >n planters
aro meeting with at the ; -eseut time. ]
"Am glad to soc Col. John D. Walk- I
er of Sparta, Ga., doing so much to as- <
sist the farmers of that State. Let I
every tanker cf the South Join him
and much will he accomplished to help ?
the farmer to secure good returns for <
his products throughout the whole <
"I have been a traveling salesman m
Southern California for the past seven
years, and I lind the farmers who have
the bank account are the bean raisers.
One of the hardest problems the South
nafi to solve is the icod problem. If ,
I could otfer one suggestion thu j
would hepl solve this problem, I would j
feel that I was doubly paid for my ef- ,
"The farmers hero ?iuy from $000 .
to $700.00 per acre for land and plant 4
it to bunch lima beans and pink ?
beans; which yield from two to four <
thousand pounds per acre, and sell at I
an average of 6 cents per pound, 1
showing an income of $160.00 per acre. <
"I would be glad to see every farmer j
throughout the South plant two acres ;
one acre to peas, and build small can- <
beans, one aero to sweet potatoes, ani
telles in every town to care for their
perishable food products, such as I
Too Much Clothing I
Anticipating an unusually
nets ra clothing we bought to >
gcther with the continued wara
to cut the prices NOW, rather
Ono lot of Men's Blue Pc.gt.
SultB in plain ai d fart';*, weaves
worth $7.00, going at .
One lot of Men'3 Suits in Serges
and fancy Worsteds in a great
variety of nice patterns, worth
$9.00, going at.
Ono lot of Dluc Serges und Fan
Worsteds, guaranteed All Wool
and well worth the regular price
of $ir.j0, going at.
Our entire line of High Grade Suit
in Serges, Worsteds, Casslmeres,
Tartan plaids, and- Novelties,
worth from $15.00 to $18.00, go
ing at only .
A "big Une of Men's Pants runnli
from 96c to $5.00, at
prices .. ;.
One lot of Boys' Knee Suits in Bl
and Paney. Worsteds, regular
values, and well worth it too
$7.00, going at .
A big line of Boys' Knee Suits
from 9Sc to $4.00, great values.
Now is your time to save ii
ey on Pall and Winter
cegetables and fruits.
'"For everyono who will try this
plan next year, I will buy their seed
leans at the market price, with an ad
litlonal 26c per hundred to cover
"Any Information 1 can obtain in
?egard to culture, harvesting, or mark
eting of the beans I will furnish free
"YourB very truly,
"I. W. GARNER
4933 Cimar;-on St., Los Angeles,
Spending 1200,000,000 Monthly.
PAR?H, Oct. 17,-Paul Lti-j>-Urea
leu, thc Freeh economist, estimates
that each of the greater belligerents
ls spending an average equivalent to
In presenting these figures to the
\cadomy of Moral and Political Sot
anees today, he considered lt proh
ib? e the war would continue for sev
a? momba from August 1. Accord
ingly the nve greater powers engag
(1 were committed to an expenditure
>f $7,000,000,000. Each of the smaller
[towers .including Japan, will have ex
pennes of from $tfuu,uuu.000 to $800,
300,000 to meet.
You can get tho news while its new
in Tlie Morning Dally Intelligencer.
(ought, Must Unload
heavy Fall and Winter's fcusi
much clothing-, and this, to
i weather has made m decide
than nm the risk of "getting