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FOB S4LK-New Ivers and Pond
piano, for 9300-cost $425-00. Ap
ply to P- W. Major, treasurer Ham
mond School- Anderson, R- I.
FOB SAXE-We have a small tract
of Liad formerly part of the Quince
Ramend place, which can be bought
cheap if yon act quick. Frank & De
Camps Reslty Company. 9-30-tf
FOR HALE-Fulghum oats, free of
foreign matter, county raised and
well graded. $1.10 per bushel, even
weight bags while the supply lasts.
Furman Smith, Seedsman.
FOR SAXE-Beautiful $350 plano I
-(Manufacturer's sample) for about
ono third regular price, it sold at
once. This plano is the one we have
used two months for music demon
stration. Hereafter all sheet music |
Trill be sold at 10 cents copy. A W
Balley ?V Co., 10 Cent Store.
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lato J. M. ron Hasseln. Apply to
Mrs^von Hssse)n, 304 8. McDuffio.
A COPULE with children desire two
furnished j rooms for light house
keeping,; lt you object to children
dont answer. Sute prie*, location,
etc Robmar care Intelligencer.
peaUe ts anew that
received a large ship
files, and caa supply
in this line. Anderson,
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WANTED-Ton to .read our .two
weeks' bargain sale on page five
of this issue. Southern Public Util
ities Co. dtf
WANTED- You to know that we do
high class cleaning and pressing.
Ladles work especially. Agents Ben
Vonde Company, the South's largest
dyers and dry cleaners. Columbia
MIDWAY CAFE-Clean and up to date
place for ladles and gentlemen. Wo
are Americans and deserve your
patronage. Think .it over.
WHILK EATING ls necessary to life;
Why not eat where you can enjoy
it? Our service is the best in the
city, and our prices are right.
Everything in season, and it tastes
Just right, too. The Luncheonette, tf
I NOTICE-We are now prepared to do |
you. grinding ot all kinda of feed
stuff-cotton* stalks, corn stalks,
shucks, straw, grain, etc. Price 20c
per cwt. Strictly cash. Anderson
Mattress and Spring Bed Co.
PLEASE-Don't believe the follow
ing statement, but come, see for
yourself whether lt is true of not.
We claim that we give Just a little
bettor shave, a little better haircut,
a little .better service in every way
than is offered elsewhere in the city.
The Eagle Barber Shop.
Committee to Memoralize General |
Assembly Held Conference at
the State Capital.
At tho Anderson reunion of Cen
federate veterans in May a r?solu
tlon, offered by D. W. MjcLaurln, wai
passed authorizing the major general
commanding the division, to appoint
a committee of seven, one from each
congressional district, which ?hal
memorialize the neut session of thc
legislature to pension all bona fid'
C?nf-*dirr^te veterans in South Cara
This committee met Tuesday nigh
and after discussing the matter de
cided to let the chairman csM thc
committee tc meet during the first
week of the sitting of the 1916 gen
eral assembly. Each member has
been requested to draw up a me
moriah and th? baal ?f thou sub
mitted will be placed before the leg
The personnel of the connu itt ci
follows: j. o. Lee of Char lestes
Flrat district; J. E. Mur rn v of Alkrm
Second district; L. Mauldin of Easley
Third district; O. Q. Thompson o'
Laurens, Fourth district; W. H. Ed
wards of Chester. Firth district; D
W. McLaurin of Columbia, chairmn??
Sixth district; U. R. Brooke of Co
lumbla, Seventh district.
TOWN SEIZES WHISKEY.
Gaffney Takes Ose Hundred Fists.
Special to The State.
GAFFNEY, Oct 20.-The 100 pints
of whiskey which waa in the South
ern freight office at Gaffney, address
ed to J. J. Jones, baa been seized hy
the town authorities on the ground
that the Southon:, has no right to
store whiskey. It ls rumored that
the consignee wilt institute a ?nit for
claim and delivery against the town
for the .recovery bf the boose.
A severe frost last night killed the
vegetation, and fields that wero green
now have the appearance of late au
tumn Several freida of cotton in and
pear Gaffney, show very perceptibly
the effects of the frost Ice, was plen
tiful this morning, and winter, suits
were much in evidence today.
Df. J. G. Pittman, who has been
spending come weeks in New York
taking n special coarse In surgery,
has returned to Gaffney. He says that
the feeling of depression which has
characterized, the financial fabric is
giving away to a heslthr feeling of
optimism, sad that the people of the
metropolis sro confident that times
will soon be better, and that .people
will laugh at thatt former tears.
A humber of Gaffney people . will
spend the rest of the week In Colum
bia at the State fair. Instead of go
lng the first of the week as they have
dose heretofore, they save time and
-ney by walting until the fair is ei
PosrrrvEi? ?ASTERS CROUP
Foley's Honey and Tar Compound
luis we talcs cheeking mucca, and
clears away the phlegm Opens up
the air passages and stops the hoarse
cough. The gasping, strangling flatt
for breath gives away to quiet breath
ing ind peaceful sleep. Harold Berg,
Mass, Mich., writes: "We give Fol
-fle. Honey and Tar to our children
~ croup and lt always act? quickly;*
wonder s man in Texas walked ll
iles to the store to get a bottle of
ley's Honey and Tar Compound.
" user ?s a friend
ATLANTA LETTER o
ATIRANTA, OA., Oct. 20.-Half At
'.anta clubdom 1B laughing; today ovei
tho escapade laut night ot a young I
?>clety man who imbibed too freely
and found his way into tho wrong |
flat. It came very near being a trag
edy instead of r. comedy, however.
The young clubman meandered a
midnight to an apartment on Cain,
street which closely resembled bit
own. found the front door unlocked
went in, discovered an open room, dis
robed and went to Bleep. Ten min
utes afterward the woman who occu
pied the apartments arrived on the I
?ceno and sent in a burglar alarm. |
The young man, aroused hy the
! tfltement, left without waiting to
dress, while the son-in-law of the
irate lady fired hive Hhots at the club
man as he left thc house.
The identity of the midnight visi
tor was disclosed by documents left
in tho pockets of a handsome over
coat and other garments, which are
being held until ho cnlls for them.
Because Miss Edith Black, daugh
ter of a wealthy family of Jackson
ville. St. Augustine and New York. |
'ell in love with the tango, the maxlxe
and tho fox trot, she changed her I
nemo to Edith Castle in honor of thc
famous dancing teacher, ran away j
from n fashionable school at Mary
ville, Tenn., and come to Atlanta to!
hit the bright lights-and hear the I
She- registered at a prominent ho
tel, and as she knew a lot of folks in I
Atlanta she had a great time. She
needed new clothes, so she simply |
drew checks and signed father's name
lt is, alleged, and also she paid hor
board bills the same way. She went
taxlcabbing frequently and once had
% hard fall from tho back end of a
motorcycle, But none of these things
worried her until her parents wrote |
to Atlanta and had the case investi
gated. This resulted In Edith's being 1
taken in chargo yesterday afternoon
hy the juvenile court for she ls just
16 and looks hardly that. When the
Kev. O. Ri. Buford attempted to give
her a blt of spiritual consolation she
?lapped his face, hard, and told him
to beat it. 8h? will be held at the
detention home until her parents ar
rive to take charge of her.
Atlanta Masons returning from the
Macon convention say it was Inti best
ever held in Georgia and they are
glad Macon is to be host to the grand
lodge next year. The meeting was
marked by splendid reports on every
branch of the work.
Judge John R. Wilkinson, ordinary
c? ?-u:to? tuuui/, BU? vice presiaent
and" director of the Masons' annuity
wa? ejected grand junior warden.
Judge Wilkinson. George E. Argard.
secretary of the Masons' annuity, and
G'.orgo M. Napier, post grand master
of Georgia and counsellor of the Ma
cons' annuity, were all leading spir
its at the grand lodge meeting. They
reported a remarkable growth in the
annuity for the past year, the organi
zation now having nearly eight hun
dred thousand 1" .ssets for the pro
tection of the widows and orphans of
Masons in good standing.
Digging a hole In the street and
leaving it there sometimes nroves an
expensive bit of carelessness, as is
shown by snits flied against the city
today by three different men who fell
In the same hole on Foundry street.
It ls a strang coincidence that all
three men fell in. the hole in the
same hour and each haa the same wit
ness to prove lt. It would appear
that a witness who stuck by that hole
for an hour would have warned the
third man, at least, but lt seems that
Will Carter, a negro, - was one of
tho wounded. When' the city claim
committee asked him if he had been
seriously dnmaged. he replied:
"Ysssuh, I waa most mind. Be
doctor he told me I was bad hurt.
Here's de doctor's card."
But the card turned out to be that
of a damage suit lawyer.
Newspsper reader? in Georgia know j
more about the war in Europe than
say Inhabitants of Parts knows, ac
co-ding to Joseph Satins, Jr., of At
lanta, New York and Parla, who has
lust come from the French capital,
bringing to America ht? bride, who
tea the Countess de Sombrtenl.
"I've learned a lot more about the
war since I reached home than I had
known before," he said. "The French
papers know little and they can't
print what they do know. Nobody in
Europe haa any general knowledge of
avonts. They see soldiers marching
ly, but that is all. The lid is on the
"After the Germans bad been drlv
l* *}P5 ft?i? flT* V* ??P"*1
Jed down to business again. Even at
he worst there was no excitement,
it wasn't a? Interesting as ? football
tame. But ths war will last s long
late, and will cot an enormous loas
>f lire and property."
! Mr. Gatum is greatly worried orar
tis wife's brother, a French noble
nan who la an officer In the army
tad, who has been reported missing,
they can gain no definite news of]
tim, and for thu reason Mrs. G atlas j
? taking no port in social gayetie*.
The news which reached Atlant?
oday that Otia Skinner ls to appear
it tbe Atlanta theatre tn November
sided new Interest to tho theatrical
teason, which so far has hardly got
eo under way. Mr. Skinner ts to
?ring a new play this season, and if
t gives him half the apportonlty he
lc the Oriental fantasy "Kismet*
season be will once more denies-,
ite bis ownership of the title ot
rica's ?Testest oater."
kv week, briaga sa old favorite]
Members of the various lodges ot
Knights of Pythias, located In this
dty, were Jubilant upon their return
,-esterday from the Abbeville conven
..lon. TIIQ convention unanimously ac
:eptcd the invitation tendered it to
.told its next session In this city and
Uread" preparations are underway
for taking care of the visitors in
splendid style when the next conven
tion takes place.
The ninth district convention wari
*icld Thursday with the Abbeville
lodge and a number of delegates woutj
Trom this elly to be present ' thc
James H. Craig of Anderso ls dis
trict deputy grand chancello and h<
^resided over the meeting at Abbe
ville. Delegates were present from
ill of the five counties In this por
tion of the State making up the ninth
llstrlct and some very interesting
matters relative to the good of the or
1er and thc best, means of furthering I
Pythinnism in South Carolina andi
The opening session of the Soutl
Carolina Presbytery of the Associ?t'
Reformed Presbyterian church tock|
placo last night w?th the local con
gregation pf that church. The even
ing's sermon had attracted a numhei
of visitors and the church was filled
when the opening musical selection
Tho Rev. I. N. Kennedy of Ora oc
cupied the pulpit last night and
preached a splendid sermon. Mr.
Kennedy complimented the people of
Anderson on the beautiful place ot
worship they haye erected and said
that the people of the city should be
proud of lt. He said on behalf ol
Presbytery - that every delegate wa%
glad to be in Anderson and glad that
this session of tho church body could
be brought here.
One of the principal services of the
entire Presbytery will be held at P
o'clock this morning when Rev. M
T. Ellis, the retiring moderator, will
occupy the pulpit. Mr. Elli* ls one
ot the most prominent ministers lr
I IN LIQ
Tho iS?rtSiSSSiSsA dc~?c^scnt ir.'
the trial of Ute .liquor cases In An
derson yesterday was -Ute withdrawn1
of Oen. ML L. Bonham of the well
known law firm of Bonham, Wat km
and Ailon, from the case as onr ol
the attorneys' for the defense, he
withdrawing In onen court yesterday
afternoon during the hearing of the
second case of the'day against Der
The next most important develop
ment, in n dey of many developments
was the decision of Recorder Bussell,
??biuitliug to the jury, aa a question
of fact, the matter of former
ieopardy. also In the second trial yes
terday of Derrick.
Earlier In the day the recorder hat'
over-ruled a motion made by counsel
for the defense for a new trial on th:
grounds of former Jeopardy, claiminj
that Derrick's conviction on the 24t'
was-a bar to conviction on the 23rd.
Elsewhere In The Intelligencer arr
developments relating to the local li
quor fight yesterday.
Derrick was convicted tho first
time yesterday, and the third time
since the beginning Of the cases, yes
terday morning,. Vi? testimony being
absolutely the sara? as that furnlshe?
flay before yesterday, with the exten
tion of the testimony furnished by M
0. Baxter, the attorneys having agreed
that all other testimony would be ?he
jame. The Jury bringing In the con
viction In this case waa composed ot
A. M McFall. foreman; It. C. Webb
lr.. John A. MeGW, Jfciymond Fret
well. James D. King..
. The Se aa* .Case,
nerrick was convicted the second
time for the day ead Ute fourth time
lines Ute trial began, late yesterday
tfternoon, being tried by an agreed
lury of four composed of Rhett Park
er, foreman: J. H. Oulla, j. H. Casey
ind O. B. Walton.
In this case Hon. A. H Bagnall, at
torney for the defense, demurred to
with a new dress, The Ham Tree,' i
vita McIntyre and- Heath and their!
amous mule. The vaudeville skit has I
teen lengthened into a complete three <
ict musical comedy, and the 'papers <
m the circuit say Ute chorus is the *
test looking seen tn the South In,'
rears. "Peg o' KT*Heart," with tbe1
tame cast which filled the theatre a <
reek last year, comes within a short .
Ime for another visit.
The cable companies .have utterly 1
llscreted Latin, TMgJangaago of Otp i
lassies, aud woaVfecepT-nmessage <
tritton in that tongue. So Nick I
?osakio. a Husein* ?ate manager, dla- ; i
severed when hejhanded byer $14 ;:
md a message m
tito, lu Southern <
mit in an earthquake reported near
tis honte. I
The message waa; returned with a ?
?rte? note: "Cables must be written I
o English, French, German, or some. >
aagaage other thea Latin or Rus- 1
ian." said the company, I
flo Nick gave lt so. ? ! t
"Mebbe they not educated?" bet
?ked. "Mebbe they think Ute Rae- i
lan might twist up their wires, eat t
wm, anyway, tfuViwrita ssaVsjfljsMf il
mon. especially In thlg district wer'
discussed. AH or the delegates Join
vd tn the dlscus3lons and took a keel
Interest in the deliberations ot th
Om- or tho decidedly interestlnj
features oS the occasion was a splen
did address delivered by Louis J
Bristow ot the Abboville lodge. Mr
Brist o w's subject was "Benevolence,'
and he handled it in a manner calcu
lati'd to set cv'7 one ot his hcaren
Following tho conclusion nf th? ]
business session Thursday afternoon
?the Abbeville lodge tendered the vis
itors a splendid banquet, at which
tim? several extemporaneous ad
dresses were deliveredand mnay wit
j ty after-dinner ' remarks were hearc*
?Tilts was a decidedly enjoyable af
Among the visitors going from An
derson were: C. E. Tribble, C. H.
C. iser. Willett P. Sloan, J. M. Mc
Cr.wD and H. W. Speares.
TER Y HERE
the State and he will be greeted by
a large audience today.
Prominent*members of the A. FU. P
church are carrying in Anderson 01
every train and indications are tba'
every delegate will be here for the j
titree days session. Rev. Recd of At
lanta, . one of the South's prominen
mini8tera, ls expected to arrive this
morning and Dr. Moffatt of Due West
is expected to arrive today.
The dedicatory service, which ia to j
tako place at ll o'clock Sunday mum
ing,, will be one of the most Interest-1
lng features of Presbytery and thc
church will be crowded. ThiB ser-|
vice will be conducted by Rev. R. A.
hummus, who wee the first pastor of |
the Anderson church. In the after
noon Rev. C. M-'Bpyd, the second pas
tor the church ever had .will occup;
the pulpit Both' these minister
have hundreds of friends in Ander
son and they will be warmly wei-]
Special music has been arranged]
for all these services.
r.-.o....Gu ut TOiocting a jury, claim
ing that the Jury should haye been
put upon its votre dire, and that the
defendant wau forced to exhaust hi?
premptory challenges. The defendant
demurred to the Jurisdiction of the
court, claiming Wi. H. Frierson was
the legal recorder, made a motion to
quash the indictment on the ground
that it was not sworn to before the
recorder but before the mayor, whlcJ
was refused?. It was ia the trie! of
this case that Gen. Bonham withdrew
from bia connection. The defendant
a ?s.-. asKC-u for ? ??BUUWMI? OU thc
grounds of former Jeopardy, which
A. T. Wiggins, tho first witness
sworn, testified that he had bought
Intoxicating alcoholic beverages from
Mr. Derrick at 20 cents per bottle and
that he had had a conversation with
Derrick in the Spearman music house,
at which time Mr. Derrick said that
he would give Wiggins trouble. Hh
testimony In all other details was sub
stantially the same at on Wednesday.
M. C. Baxter, the next witness, tes
tified substantially the same as he did
C. P. Spearman testified that Der
rick and Wiggins had held a conver
sation In the back of his store but
that he did not know the Import o
Harry McLeskey testified that ht
analysed the beer, said to have peed
taken from Derrick's place and thai
lt contained tn his opinion anfflcient
alcohol to make lt Intoxicating.
M. M. Payne and O. C. Sullivan also ?
testified, after which the city rested.
Tho defenso offered no testlmon>
and the Jury returned ? verdict of
Willie no announcement has been
made by the attorneys Interested In
the cases, lt is understood that Der
rick will again be placed on trial to
lay and th? additional cases agalnsi
Htm will be heard.
?nd ?are the tolls."
Tbk' ?Hl be a "Made In America"'
3hrtstw??i according to the toy mer
mante, who are now getting In thelv
jew stock. Tb? familiar little label
'Made In Germany* ta missing.
: "All over tba east the novelty fac
erlos have ?tarted in io making toys
ind dolls." said the leading toy de
partment maa la Atlanta today. "The
abor lent aa cheap as in Germany,
?bare children ere employed, but tho
vorkmanshlp ls hotter and Ameri
i?M work, so mach taster and u?
nachines so mach that the prices
ffon't be greatly advanced. And e
aonfcoy on a stick that la made in
Vraor;ca wont tumbi? off after an
Paney chickens, pet rabbits and oth
ir live animals are barred from thc
tareela posta, but In spite pf this
.al? the postofflce here keeps finding
tgelf ap against the problem of turn
hg down a shipment containing eoms
MeJt which squaks or whine?. 8c
be officials ask that everybody pleas*
?member that Dacie Sam ls pori
Ively not In the live stock* tr anspar
superb values at $1!
and $20.00. Don't d
and get one of these
up to $20.00
for. . . .
$7.98 for Men's Suj
formerly sold for .
All $8.00 a?d $9.<
All $6.00 and $7.4
Big line Boys' knee si
200 Men's Fine O
with large storm coila
Fine Line Men's Oi
ed prices from 98c
Home of G
LESS MEA! IF BACK
Take a Glass of Salts to Flash Kid-j
ney s ?f Bladder Bothers You.
Gating meat regularly eventually
produces kidney trouble in some
form or. other, lays a well-known au
thority, because the uric add in meat
excites the kidneys, they become ov
erworked; get sluggish; dbg up and
Cause all sorts of distress, particular- ?
ly fca-c.ks.eLe and ?ni&ery ia t?:e kid-'
ney region; rheumatic twinges/ se
vere headaches, acid stomach, consti
Eatlon, torpid liver, sleeplessness-,
ladder and- urinary irritation.
The . moment your back hurts or.
kidneys aren't acting right, or if
bladder both9r you, get .' about tour
ounces of Jad Salts from any good
pharmacy; take a tablofcp?onful Tb a
giass of water, before breakfast fof*
a few days and your kidneys will
then act fine. . This famous salts is
made from the acid of grapes -, and
lemon juice, combined with Uthla. and
has been used for generations to flush
clogged kidneys and stimulate them
to normal acitlvity; also to neutralize
adda in the urine so lt no longer ir
ritates, thus euding bladder disorders.
Jad Salts ckh not injuro anyone;
makes a de?'ghtful efferverseent ltth
ia water drink which millions of men
and women take now and then to
keep the kidneys and urinary organs
clean, thus avoiding serious kidney
COLUMBIA, Oct. SO.-The governor
ab commuted the sentence of Cas
per Paul, alisa Capera Paul, colored,
ho was convicted of manslaughter
In the February, ISIS, term. Abbeville
county. Paul was sentenced to ?vo
fhmrn by Judge Goorie E. Prince, but
tats sentence was reduced to four
Prot and Mrs. Goode
Whether you eonte
study of any of these ata
glad to haye you visit th
work that ia Mug done.
DR, JAS. P. KIN
ION SALE of
Now buys your unre
stricted choice of any
Suit in the stock. Our
2.50, $15.00, $18.00
lelay but come today
handsome suits worth
. . ..
)Suib'. ., $'4.98
nits at reduced prices.
vercoats extra long
id Trousers at Reduc
Chanqe In Location
I am now located over W.
A. Pouter's grocery store at
212 1-2 S. Main Street. I
thank my friends tor their
past patronage and ask con
tinuance of same.
I muk? plates at $6.50
I make gold crowns at$4.00
Silver fillingo, 50c and up.
Hold rilling!. 51.00 and up
Painless Extracting' 40^.
. I make a specialty of
treatta? pyorrhea, Alveo
laris o*T. the gums and all
Crown and bridge work and
regulating mal Tormed teeth.
AU work guaranteed first
S. G, BRUCE
Shippers sand us tho nicest,
fresh Oysters, Spotted Trout,
Blackfish, and Mixed Kau shipped
Phone Yow Order to
McRelvey & Thomas
W. Market, Phone No. 887.
tenta of Andmon Col
re pupils, and the Col
Anderson and vicinity
* v;r^^v'4.^Y.V.; - Vi v-.'
?pfote taking up tho
we *ffl be
e College km see the