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Anderson people returning to tho
city yesterday from the State Fair at
Columbia, said that they wore actual
ly proud of the splendid showing made
by tho exhibit sent from this county.
It compared very favorably indeed
with the exhibits from other sections
of the state and most Anderson peo
ple considered lt superior to anything
they saw from other counties. One
particular attraction to be found in
the Anderson booth was the mammoth ,
watermelon, winner of th? Aro? p-i=c
at the Belton Fair. T/ilj excited much
op.vy.on the part of thc other demon- ,
strators from different sections of
South Carolina. J. W. Rothrock who j
was tn charge of thc Anderson exhib
it says that he was well pleased and j
expects some results to accruo from ,
the showing made at Columbia.
Are Paying Taxes.
The clerk at the treasurer's office ?
said, yesterday that Anderson citizens i
are paying their taxes at a lively rate <
and that thia ia certainly one feature I
of business affairs in the State not 1
seriously crippled by the crlea ot hard I
times. The tax books were opened on I
October lb and since that time a large 1
number of property owners have al- X
ready settled up. One feature being 1
neglected la that nf noll tar en the ?
part of those whose names heretofore t
did not appear on the tax' books. The i
club rolls used In the recent primary t
^T'^?WN IS A MON
^ They Had Tl
Thirty-two out of thc f
bought lots In North Ande
to build when they bought
They figured th
they'd get a better selection
that they would pay for th
that would probably oilier'
red styles of Suitings and
le conditions that prevail
e?nd to prosper with you
Many Men have already 1
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1 Mention Caught Over the *
reeta of Anderson ?
election wore carefully gone over and
something like 1.000 names secured.
These people will have to pay their
poll tax before December 31 or suffer*
Is In Harnest.
One of the Interesting visitors to
the city yesterday w-y\ John Smith of
Lebanon, an avowed candidate for the
Beat tn Congress now occupied by
Wyatt Aiken. Mr. Smith believes that
the people occupying government pnal
(lons could have done more to help
the South during the present crisis
than has been the case. Tho Lebanon
planter 1B very much in earnest about
his race for the National 'House of
Representatives and ho will have some
interesting things to say to Anderdon
? mern when the race begins.
In .School Endeavors.
Both Miss Maggie M. Carlington,
supervisor of rural schools for Ander
don county, and J. li. Felton, the
.ninty superintendent of education,
lave boen spending the week in Go*
umb'm attending the Stste Fair. Miss
darlington and Mr. Felton were es
>eclally interested in that part of the
air week" devoted to the School Im
irovement Association v/crk. The ex
ilblt sent ' ? the fair, showing a model
'ural sches?, how to get tho best ro
lults from theso schoolB and how to
nterest both patrons and pupils in
he school, proved to be one ot the
lg IN PEED
iftv-four who have
rson were not ready
lat by buying early
-at less cost,-and
eir lots with money
wise get away from
1 CHEAPER TH
Overcoatings valued up
as well as we do, and it is
when we all can prosper,
aken advantage of this v
moBt popular places on tho fair
ground. Mr. Fulron. when he returned
to the city last night, said that he had
learned* several things In Columbia and
would put Borne of the new ideas into
execution in Anderson.
Of "Home Hopea."
Anderson people are proud of the
splendid showing made by the Ander
son members of the Clemson football
squad. In Thursday's game with Caro
lina, played on the fair ground field
nt Columbia, "Tandy" Webb and
"Young Rip" Major were the Bhln
Ing lights for the Clemson aggrega
tion and they both distinguished them
selves by their brilliant playing. A
number of Anderson people were
present ' for the name and they en
thused over the splendid work of the
local boys, as well as their team
IN Coming Her.-.
Dr. John G. CltnkscaleB of Wofford
college will draw an ennui:.ms crowd
whon he spen'Ks in - his cit; tomorrow
afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. The Spar
tanburg man ls one of the most gifted
speakers in South Carolina and he is
not on' an orator but he always has
a '.edi message to deliver. Dr. CM ink
s' ales will speak in the auditorium at
Orr Cotton mill and lt ls a foregone
conclusion that the large hall will be
unable to accomodate the numbers
desiring to hear the address.
Next Friday to
"He stood on the bridge at twilight
In his muddy football clothes
Tho bridge, by the way, belonged to
The rival half-back's nose."
Something like the above may bo
applied without mistake to the scenes
Spartanburg people will witness next
Friday afternoon when the Anderson
High School football team Journeys
over to Wofford Fitting School to get
revenge for the defeat experienced by
the local team when tho visitors came
here a fortnight ago and won from the
A. H. S. The local bc-js say that they
will win this game or come home crip
pled for life.
In New Office.
The Western Union Telegraph Com
pany moved yesterday from the tem
porary quarters it has been occupying
In the Llgon & Lcdbetter old hull 'lng
Lo the handsome rooms to the new
building. Manager Howard said that
tie disliked to move before all of his
new furniture arrived hut the cold
weather left him no choice. This Is
me of the pretties*, offices in the city
ind when the new furniture arrives
md is tn place the Anderson telegraph
>f!lce will be second to none In this
[tart of Ute State.
faay Waat the
R. F. D. Positions.
Following the notice issued by the
jost al authorities of the government
hat an examination will be held on
November 14 to All two vacancies aa
I. F. D. carrlevs on two routes from
iva, applicants for Ute positions have
iprung up from all sides. Oap vist
or from Iva spending yesterday in
Anderson said that he understood
iver 100 applicants had already sig
ilfied their intention of undergoing
he examination, although lt la hard
y probable that auch a number will
e in attendp.::c? when the day finally
.tale Roy HM
Fracture ef Ane?
John R, Cochran, postmaster at
Ms point, received Information yes
mlay to the effect that hts lltle son,
ohn lt., Jr., had suffered a broken
rm while at play in Savannah, Ga.
. number of Anderson people know
ie little lad and they will 'alt regret
> bear of hts meeting with the acci
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lae Here la
Price el Cette?.
Anderson people were more coa
ne ed yesterday afternoon .that het
r times are coming than they have
?en in some time, when they learned
at the price of cotton on the local
ar kat had advanced fro? ff S-4 cents
>r pound to ? cents per pound. It is
?Reved that this Increase will con
to Twenty-five Dollars; F
unnecessary for us to go ii
Ask the other fellow; he .
ery liberal offer. Do nbt
122 WEST WHl
Moue, although a number of Ander
son planters will be turning their cot
ton loose today if tho price remains
at 7 cents throughout the day.
Big Beeres se In
According to the report of the De
partment of Commerce, mide public
yesterday, the total ginning of cot
ton from , the 1914 crop up until Oc
tober 18 amounted to 25,888 bales, as
compared with 30,776 beles prior to
October 18 in the year 1913. These fig
ures were compiled for Anderson
county by. 1.. A. Bolt and it ia prob
able that, .they will cause some sur
prise, sjn'?e few people believed that
there was shortage in this county's
Plows on the
! Bargain Counter.
The "'ate Hardware Co. has put
25 Ciivei Plows on the "Bstrgais
cor .it tv" tvlthin the psst week or ten
i- sdi "?rtising them in the loe??
ne>... te 4, simply as a "trade Sim
ulator" ma* Mr>Shanklin reportrd to
\n intiUSg???eey man yesterday that
they had owraold the original t venty
ftve plows, ?and as the people hed re
sponded to-the advertisement so nice
ly he was ; going to put on another
sale of these standard plows at the
same reduced prices.
He Knows One
. Real flood Town.
H. M. Taylor, the manager of a
crew -of men who are sampling Ander
son with "Clean Easy" soap; and who,
by the way,h*a sold almost every gro
cer in the city, says that Anderson ts
one of the bent cities that he has *>een
throughout the South.
Makes aa Appeal.
Mr. Emmanuel Havenith. Belgian
minister at Washington, has appealed
to the American people for relief foi
the women and chlldren'of that coun
try, who have, as non-combatants
suffered more than any part of Eu
rope as a result of the present war
and are in dire need of relief. Hi
Eminence, James Cardinal Gibbons, of
Baltimore., has : been named as hon
orary pr?sident of the -ettef commit
tee. An appeal ls made to tho whole
American people for this great ob
ject. The' suffering of Belgian wo
men and children and other non-com
batants, who narre been made home
less and destitute by the Invasion o
their country, has aroused the gun
erous sympathy of the American peo
ple. In behalf of .this appeal, the Rt
Rev. H. P. Northrop, cf the Romar
Catholic church of South Carolina
has ordered that a special collection
be ta. en up in ell the church of hlf
diocese on next Sunday, November 1
feasae Old Story.
Early in her speech the militant suf
fragist struck the key-note of emanci
pation from masculine control.
"The day of tyranny ls past," she
said. "Men may command, but we' no
It was a stirring speech. At inte,
rats throughout its delivery an insig
nificant looking little man In the rear
sf the hall called out "Louder, please,"
ind each time nie speaker pitched her
rolco in a higher key. When, in obedi
ence to his ef*en repeated requests,
the had ffisMPtly attained a vocal
imlt she sass: -
"Can you not hear what 1 say?"
"Perteo*jirj?H*a4d the little man.
They why. bave you bean asking me
o apeak louder?'
"Just to-ehaw," said, he, "Uiat in
iplte of you??yagging a great, fine
vornan like you will still do what a
Ittle no ?.ccount man like me asks her
o."-N. V. Thu* *.
He Was a Great Maa.
One afternoon Elizabeth and Neille
rere in tba 4#?r??y, discussing books
rhen ElI?e/i(Bth said:
"I have read a grand book called
He Last Oayb of Pompeii.' .
Nellie-*I?Jsaaglne lt was ?na By
lie way, who- was bet"
Elisabeth began laughing hilarlous
T and Nelli?rbeglnning te feel snger
"Well, you needn't be laughing so, I
now he waa some great man.'*
it and Workmanship Gut
ito*details. We are one
knows; he knows by expe
miss this opportunity. P
AI -raisers Are Here Trying to
Agree on Some Settlement of
Fire Lots Garage.
Lee A. Folge'r of Charlotte, one of
the appraisers selected to take jart
in the negotiations looking toward thc
reniement of the fire loss sustained
by Judge S. Fowler when his garage I
was burned in May, has arrived ir I
the city to represent the Are insur
ance companies at a hearing. Mr.
! Fowler's representative, T. D. Earle.|
returned to the city several days agc*
and i:i ready to go into the. questloi |
Of n ."??t!nH?*?r.t -~ SOM a,a kugelt? |
Eskew, the third member of the ap
praising beard, can be induced tr '
come to Anderson. It is understood
that Mr. Fplger is willing to try tc
rfe.tch sonic conclusion with Mr. Earle
in regard to the amount of Insurance
to be paid, but Mr. Earle ?? unwilling
for this and there thc matter reste.
It is probable that some two or
three day?1 may yet elapse before the
loss i? finally ?diusted.
it. will be remembered that Fowler's
garage, containing about 49 automo
biles, was burned one day in May
Mr. Fowler had $22,000 insurance and
the difficulties met with in reaching r
settlement are due to the Inability of
either the Insurance companies or
Mr. Fowler to reach an understand
ing regarding the worth of the hum
BY mi i
The Phantom LtrM..,.. , .101 Bison I
A 2 reel thrilling indian fantasy that
will give you a new light on the life
of the Indian before the white man
knew him. Featuring William Cllf- j
ford and Marie Walcamp.
Creel. Creel World.-Joker]
. * .; ? ??. i ? '.. *c ' - v
Drama with ? Wallace Reid and
Dorothy Davenport, <
Drama with Edna Mason.
Corning Monday "His Fathers Son"]
i reel Victor western-with J. War
ren Kerrigan. And a selected pro-1
gram from the Mutual service,
doming Tuesday "The Million Dellar I
?yslerj* No. 1?.
Iteming Wednesday The Battle af L
Loavlae* Strand war series, actual |
var scenes on Ute firing line.
Homing Thursday The Trey |
hearts" No. 8.
.'The Oilweii C?nspi
A two-reel Special Feature.
"Broncho Billy's Close <
EXTRA-On Mond&f next *
OUR LOSS IS Y
iranteed at Ten Dollars ant
of you, and are willing to j
rience that every word , the
lace your order TODAY.
WI LL El
Following the anno.'r.crment made
yesterday by the Southern Public
Utilitic Company to the effect that an
attem^i as to be made to run the
No?'h iderson street car with only
one en.ployc, acting in the dual ca
pacity of motorman and conductor,
John W. Linley ot the North Ander
son Development Company and the
man who made the extension of the
car line in North Anderson possible,
talked interestingly to a reporter for
The Intelligencer. 1
It ls a known fact that the street
car system in Anderson bas been hard
nit by the recent bu sine.-, depression
ur.d tu?t lito uiiujiaiv anouiu desire
to retrench is only natural but Mr.
Linley does not like the idea of North
Anderson being chosen for the first
Mr. Linley ? said that the first In
for m..tion tl at hie company had of the
reduction of the cres/ eras when it
Wm Return to Anderson Tuesday
. Nish! ?Sd Aruv.i?? ockuemem.
Will Bc Made Wednesday.
Following* a stay of several days is
Anderses, Col. A. ?. Wtes of tbs office
of the comptroller, general, left' yes
terday for his home in Aiken to spend
the week-end! CeL Wise ' has been
here for the purpose of arranging the
Anderson county books and getting
ready for the annual settlement he
tween the auditor and the treasurer.
All arrangements for the settle
ment are now complete and with thc
books in first class condition the set
tlement will take place Wednesday
morning. Col. Wise will return to thc
city Tuesday evening.
A married man is compelled to lead
a double Ute-one himself as he really
is, the other himself as his wife would
Why not try res, we have the
Wildly Hilarious Comedy
racy" "The House tl
Sall" "The N. Y. Gits
ment and a C
e will have afour-reel Peatur
Big Ad. in Sunday's Intelligei
1 ninety eight cents,
lose with you when
it we advertise is
was published in the newspapers. He
paid that he went to see Mr. Orr im
mediately and that Mr. Orr stated
t. at business had fallen off on all
UK- :'nca but that the North Ander
son i'no was tho only line where the
traf Tu; was evenly enough distributed
Lo be handled by vine man. that all
tho other Unes went to mill villages
where a largo percentage of the traf
c came on Saturdays and Sundays.
Ir, Linley says that Mr. Orr assured
bim that the service on the North
anderson line would be in no way im
paired. In fact that the men operat
ing the North Anderson cars would
?? instructed to render every reamd
tblb service to the patrons of - this
Mr. Linley further stated that kia
:ompanv Is well pleased with the traf
ic on the North Anderson line. In fact
hat the amount of travel had far ex
:eeded their expectations.
L NEW AND RADIANT MORNING WT
By John Temple Graves.
After many a rain-swept and stormy
i ven lng, the skies have cleared at mid*
light to make entrance for a nov/ andi
It is so with the South. Out of the
aost serious financial shadow that it
tas known for half a century there la
uroly coming and now at hand, the
iay or better methods, wiBer econo
mies and more substantial prosperity
ban mis . cetion o! our country has
"Couid be Worse!
One morning two men who chanced
a meet at the club were talking .of a
oung fellow of distinguished family
thom they both knew very well. The
oung man had succeeded In dlsslpat
ig the entire fortune left him the
ear before by his father, according-to
ie New' York Times.
?I'm really awfully sorry about RV
dd Dolan. "He must be In a bad way
"Yea, bis affaire are in wretched
tiape,* said Donnelly; "but Just think
ow much poorer he would be if the
ld man bad left him inore!"
as sure as two
w? make four
sure will you
t foy patroniz
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