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Twenty-fire woree or lets, One Tu
Biz Times $1.00.
All advertisement over twenty-five
word. Astes on 1,000 words to 1
No sdrertisoment taken for less t
lt your name appears In the teles
your ?ant ad to 321 and a bill wini
FOB SALE-New Ivers and Pond
plano, for $300-coat $4?5 0u. Ap
ply to P W. Major, treasurer Ham
mond Behool- Anderson, R- I.
FOB SALE-W?J have a small tract
of isoi formerly part of the Quince
Hawjnd place, which can he bought
cbir?p if you act quick. Frank & De
Cto?pt Realty Company. 9-30-tf
FOR SALE-Fulghum oats, free of
foreign matter, county raised and
-radcd. $1.10 per bushel, even
bag* while the supply lasts.
" Smith, Seedsman.
FOB SALE-One Cole hot blast stove,
in flrpt class condition for $5 cash.
Apply to 8. L. Prince, Beckley Build
FOBljiALJS,-Ono sideboard, dining
tabjs. refrigerator. All in good
cbndiUon. Cheap for cash. Mrs.
J. P. Hamil, 122 E. Church St.
L0t)T-A female Irish Llewellyn Set
tor, white with brown spots over
body and head. Had on collar with
Bthall piece' of rope attached when
last seen Thursday. Dr. H. H. Har
ris,' Phone 82.
MONET TO LEND-Few hundred dol
lirs, st eight per cent to be secur
ed by first mortgage on farm land.
Sca ts ai once Greene & Earle,
Attys.~llt44V 11 '["ilTfllHIH
from W. P. Bell's Mond>y
oho medium sised mouse eol
nare mule, about ?^fegrg' of?.
BftBipP to Mrs. W. E. Cowan
Notify W. P. Bell.
Fi? and Oysters
Sopers send ss tho t&sptj'
fra?? Oysters, Spotted Trout,
Blackfish, fud Mixed Fish shipped
Phone Your Ottler to
McKelvey & Thomas
. . s .* . . ea eVe' e . . . s e e e
J DB. L. H. SNIDER .
J YETERJNAB? SURGEON .
* Fvetwett Ce. Stable 3
J An?ersoa, & C. .
a ?-^iffif* oe o ea eoe o o V
I *>-t??*aM??ito> ef
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I lSki?Lti#*l??KX<t?B o
i OVER KEE??JTK WELBY STORE *
: t?&m* A^ertoni S. C. J
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ne 26 cont?, Three Times 60 cents,
words prorata for each additional
io used in a month made on appU
nan 28 cents, cash In advance.
?hone directory you can telephone
e mailed after Its insertion for
A COUPLE with children deidre two
furnished rooms for light house
keeping. If you object to children j
don't answer. Stato price, location,
etc Rooms, caro Intelligencer.
WANTED-The public to know thal
we have Just received a large ship
ment of box files, and. can supply
your wants in this line. Anderson
Intelligencer, Job Department. tl
WANTED-Bright, energetic boy for
carrier. Good salary and commis
sion. Apply to Tho Intelligencer of
WANTED-Ton to .read .our .two
weeks' bargain sale on page live
of this issue. Southern Public Util
ities Co. dtf
MIDWAY CAFE-Clean and up to date
place for ladles and gentlemen. Wo
are Americans and deserve your
patronage. Think lt over.
NOTICE-Wo aro now prepared to do
your grinding of all kinds of feed
stuff-cotton stalks, corn stalks,
shucks, straw, grain, etc. Price 20c
per cwt Strictly cash. Anderson
Mattress ind Spring Bed Co.
PLEASE-Don't believe the follow
ing statement, but come, seo for
yourself whether lt ls true of not
We claim that we give Just a little
better shave, a little better haircut
a little better service in every way
than is offered elsewhere in the city.
The Eaglo Barber Shop.
FOR RENT-One five room house,
electric lights, water, large lot.
Rout reasonable. W. M. WALKER.
SALTS Ir BAGKACHY
AND KiONEYS HURI
Stop Eating Meat fer a While If Your
Bladder Is Troubling Lou.
When, you wako up with backache
and dull misery In the kidney region
lt generally means you have been eal
ing too much meat, says a well-known
authority. Meat forms uric acid which
overworks the kidneys in their effort
to fiitcr lt from the blood and they
become sort of paralysed and loggy.
When your kidneys get *luggl?h and
clog you must relieve them, like you
relieve your bowels; removing all tito
body's urinons waste, else you h?
backache, sick headache, ditsy
spells; your stomach sours, tongue
ls. coated, and when the weather ls
bad you have rheumatic twinges. The
urine ls cloudy, full of sediment, chan-.
nols often get sore, water scalds and
you are obliged to seek relief two or
three times during the night
Either consult a good, reliable phy- j
ciclan at once or get from your phar
macist about f.qur ounces of Jad Salts:
take a tablespoonful In a glass ot]
water before breakfast for a few, days
and your kidneys' will then net fine
This famous salts ts made from the I
acid of grapes and lomon jutco, com
bined with llthla, and hat hean used
for generations to ?lean and stimulate
sluggish v'dneys, also to neutralise
acids in the urine so it no longer Irri
tates,, thus eliding bladder weakness.
Jad Salts la a life saver for r?guler
meat eaters. It is Inexpensive, can
not Injure and makes a delightful, ef
fervescent llthla-water drink.
for Cleaning Tinware.
., first wash Ute tia tn. hot soapsuds
and wipe thoroughly dry. Then scour
with dry flour, applied with an all
Try a "Want" A*
Intel thence r f
if you are trying to find
?onie lost article.
With your lantern.
ii Personal j
Miss Kmiun Sltton of Pendleton
wa? shopping in the city yesterday
for a few hour.-.
Olin Simpson of Westminster spent
part of yesterday In Anderson on
Frank Sharpe of Pendleton wan
among thc visitors to the city yes
Milling Fricrson bas gone to Co
lumbia, where ho will enter thc Uni
versity of South Carolina.
Dr. W. S. Hutchison of the Leba
non section was in the city yester
day for a Bhort stay.
Dr. Burton and Dr. Watson of Iva
j were in the city yesterday on pro
I regional business.
H. H. Springs of Greenville has
been spending a few days in tho
J. T. Banks of Greenville was in
I tho city yesterday, a guest at the
J. C. Caldwoll of Spartanbur;? spent
I a few Boura in the city yesterday.
?t. L. Bailey of Greenville was
among tho visitors to the city yes
A. M. Aiken of Spartanburg has
\ beon spending a few days in the city.
R. C. Rrocklngton of Rion, 3. C.,
ls In tho city for a Tow davjj on bus
W. I). Ballard of Pendleton WA3
amoug the visitors to spend yester
day in the'city.
A. G. Thompson and Glenn Rlmp
son of Starr were in the citv yester
I day for a few hours.
Joel Keys of Darlington is In thc
?city for a visit to friends aud rela
John Chastine of Anderson, F>. F.
D., spent a few hours in tho city yes
Ernest Latlmcr of Lowndesvillc
spent part of yesterday in the .?'.y
R. li Swetenberg of the Portman
shoals section was tn the city yes
11 ord ay.
W. L. Duckworth of Williamston
was among the visitors1 to spend yes
terday in the city.
Oliver Bolt of the Ceatervlllo sec
tion wa? in tho city yesterday for a
J. W. Brown of Starr spent part
I of yesterday in the city on business.
E. M. Duckworth of Anderson, R.
F. D., was In the city yesterday for
a short stay.
F. H. Cambrel of Pendleton spent
a few hours in the city yesterday on
Mack Reed of Anderson,. R. F. D.
?? MOOflic t?io visitor* tc- thc cit"
I yesterday. ~
Steve Fisher of Level Land spent
j a few hours In the city yesterday.
B. H. Hodges of Starr spent yes
jterday in Anderson oh business.
- vMrs. Julia Anderson of Anderson,
Ri F. D" was shopping in tho city
J. J. Glenn of Sandy Springs (?pent
a few hours tn the city yesterday oh
TX N. Watson, m progressive Ander
son county planter, was in the cit}
Arthur Sullivan and R. A. Sullivan
,of -Townvltlo wero In tho city yes
Forest, Pruitt ol Pialo, Ga., has ar
rived' th tho city to attend the A'n
derson-PruUt wedding which takes j
? place toalght.
Mrs. C. r? Wean of starr waa
shopping in the city yesterday for a
Said tho philosopher: We*, ta Na
daid the sentimentalist: War ls the
( cr.me of Ute ages.
p poit: The scourge of God.
-.49 diplomatist: An error in con
The ruler: A necessary eviL
The mother: The supremest sacri
The seer: The nth powe*. of stupid
Tho financier: The burden ot pos
jy lneTorihiii. Rota.'
soldier: War ls glory-and hell
The darkest moment 1? e*J4 to be
jost before dawn. This it nra dis
covered not to ba to- Thu darkest
moment, relatively speaking, la whan
the noonday sun shines. The* lt la
that living things on the earth art
blinded by tba das?!* of the aaa and
fat! to recognhje light that nevar
fails, out rp space.
'J..! '.Ji-?, " _ ".UJLL. A1 S'.'-i.'"!'
MORE THAN HALF TH
IN THE )
With the entrance of T?rke)
than half of thc world, from thc v
illation, arc now actually at war, re
upon Servia. Herc are the ligure
France (including colonies) . . ,
Belgium (including the Congo)
Germany (including colonies) ,
Austro-Hungarian Empire. . . .
Turkey (including Egypt) . ,
Total of countries at war . . .
Total land area of earth . . .
Total population of earth. . ,
.. .NOTE: Egypt, though liomin
Leen "temporarily occupied" by Gi
of Alexandria in 1882.
RIVAL-RUSSIAN AND 1
AND NEW ARM
Total tonnage of battleships]
and cruiser*:, 83,390.
This comparison it made fro
ing Sh?ve. There are a number c
The Goebcn and the Breslau are
many. The former ia classed as
ment of 22,640 tom. Two of t
ships are small, being reconstruct
Russian battleships ia old and ama
with 10 torpedo bea ts, 10 destroy
3371,000 MOFE ME]
The entrance of Turkey int?
371,000 more men and the na vic
gie. If Italy and the Balkan St
lineup* i? likely to bees followst
FOR THE G
Army on wai footing.
Total mem .
Anny on war footing. . . .
Navy-169 ships, with crews
Army on war footing. . ..
Navy 41 shat?, with crews c
Army on wat* t ooting.
Army on war footing.
VORLD NOW AT WAR
' into the war, considerably more
?evypoint both of area and of pop
Stltting from thc Austrian demands
a (in square miles.
, . 4,291.810
. . 8,400,000
. . 813,400
. . 34,000
ally under Turkish suzerainty, has
eat Britain since the bombardment
IES THAT MAY FIGHT I
Sultan Mehmet Rechad
OTHER WAR VESSELS
Nino torpedo boats.
Total tonnage of battleships |
and cruisers, 89,700.
ria data contained in Jeno's Fight
rf other small craft in both navhs.
bo cruisers purchased from Ger
a dreadnought, having a displace?
he Turkish fleet classed as battle
od .merchant ships. One of thc
IL Other advices credit Turkey
'er*, and twenty-eight small gun?
M MAY ENTER WAR
y the European war may ring 3,
ts of three nations into tho strug
ates abandon neutrality, the final
. ' 31,000
of. -. 8o;oo?
V. i-\?f.* ': . - . " ' . . - *0,
if . . . 30,000
o IVA NOTES
IVA. NOT. 3.-The Iva theatre be
gan a contest on Octobor 31 and tlx
young lady who tells the most tick
ets to the movies and gets the great
est number of votes will ge a dia
mond ring, and the one coming sec
ond will be awarded a watch brace
let^ Tho contest will close Decom
ber 31. Much interest is being man
ifested in the contest. Tho followhig
young ladles havo entered thc con
test: Misses Essie Cook, Marie Mc
Gee, Helen Loverett, Annie Griffin,
Ethel Cunningham and Annie Half
Dr. C. H. Burton spent a few
hours lu Starr Sunday v/ith friends.
Miss Vera Spoon has roturred from
a few days' stay with friends and
relatives near Honori Path.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Jones ore in
Hartwell for a short stay, attending
Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Hall were visit
ing in Barnes Sunday.
Mr. Oscar Smith of. Athens, Ga.
post office Inspector, was hero' Tues
day on business.
Mr. William Kennedy of Troy ia
visiting his daughter, Mrs. W. F. Mc
Rev. S. J. Hood and wife have re
turned from n VIBII tu friends in An
Rev. I. N. Kennedy of Troy spent i
Saturday night here at the home o'
Mr. W. P. McGee
Mrs. Rosamond Seawright, who har
been spending several 'weeks here
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W
T. BurriSB, has returned to her homo
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Sadler of Starr
were visiting relatives here Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. E. TL Bonds of Bornes1
were here for a short while Monday
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Wharton and
Miss Rosa Wharton have boen spend
ling" a few days In Anderson with rel
Among those who attended the
meeting of tho A. Fi Presbytery
which was held in Anderson were:
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. McGee, Mrs. A.
C.. Townsend, Mrs. W. T. Burriss. Mr.
J. D'. McDonald. Amos McDonald. R.
C. McDonald. Miss Bertha McAllster
and Misses Lizzie and Alkamya Town
Master James McDonald, who has
?been on a visit to his grandmother,
.Mrs. Ltszle Seawright, has returned
? to his home itt Anderson.
MUs Susi? Wiles Bpent Saturday In
I Anderson with frier ds.
I^Mr. B. H. Sadler and children of
- cn:..cen T.'C;?,r. hero ? io? uOiii?
Sunday with hts parents, Mr. abd
Mrs. D. F. Sadler.
Miso Sarah Gili Hand, a student of
Anderson college, has returned to An-,
derson, after a few days' stay her'
with her' parents.
Mr. S. O. jackson, Jr., of Storc
ville, was In town a short while Sun
day with relatives. -
Rev. W- S. Hamiter of Blackstock
j will preach in ihe Presbyterian
church tibre next Sunday morning
abd evening. The public ls cordially
invited to attend these services.
3 Mr. rx I j. Snipes and daughters,
Misses Audrey, Imogene and P.o<n
Lee, of Felzcr spent Sunday here"
with hts daughter, Mrs. W. R, Malli
Mr. S. M. McAdams lett Monday for
a business trip to Tampa, Florida.
/ 'Misses-Corinne Haynie of Creen-j
ville and Emma Drake or Pelzer were j
guests Sunday ot Mrs. W. R. Mulli
F?3v. J. L. Singleton of Starr was
a visitor here Monday.
Mr. L. H. Hall was a business visi
tor In Anderson Mondsy.
Mr. LeRoy Sadler left Monday for
a business trip to Mt. Carmel.
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I am now located over YV.
A. Power's grocery store at
212 1-2 S. Main Street. 1
thank my friends tor their
past patronage and ask con
tinuance; of same.
I make plates at $6. 30
I make sold crowns at$4.00
I make a specialty of
treating Pyorrhe?, Alveo
larly of the gums and all .
crown arid Eridge work and
regulating rfc*! fOfrjred'teeth;
; All work guaranteed first
& G. ? RUG ?
. nt?rs&t ;
, ; v ? ?? ?? ? ' "j: _^y';v ? " 1 ?f*
r : ??Pos?T ye
With tis? and then we will lend
Tffe Farmers a??
*. The Farmers U
Combined Resources a little tl
H. A. 4?rry ?
Taos. C iaetsea,
f. Sr 1
,' "!! . ' J ?aw?M?u.
GREATLY RE I) rc KU BOUND TRIP
PARKS VIA SOUTHE BN BAIL.
WAY IN CONNECTION WITH
BLUE Bl DOE FROM ANDER
SON, s. C.
And return account of Christian
Temperance Union. Tickets on sale
Nov; 7 to 12 ln'cluBlvc, " with return
limit Nov. 22rd. ^
Savannah, Ga* $7.26.
Annual Convention United Daugh
ters of tho Confederacy. Tickets on
salo Nov. 7 to 10, final limit Nov. 20,
Richmond, Ya* $16.75.
Southern Medical Association.
Tickets on.sale Nov. 6 to 8; Anal limit
Nov. 22, 19914.
Spartnnburg, 8. C $2?0.
Spartauburg Fair Association.
Tiokcts on sale Nov. 1 to 5; final limit
Nov. 7, 1914.
For completo information, tickets
and etc., call on ticket agent, or write:
J. R. Audcreon, Supt,
Anderson, S. C.
W. R. Tabor, T. P. A.
Greenville, S. C.
W. E. McGee, A. G. P. A.
Columbia, S. C.
Charleston & Western
To and From the
No. 22_6:00 A. M.
No| 6_; 3:35 P.M.
No. 5 . . .10:50 A. M.
No. 21_4:55 P. M.
rates, etc., promptly
E. WILLIAMS, G. P. A.,
T. B. CURTIS, C. A.?
? Anderson, S. C.
CONDENSED PASSENGER SC??ED
ULES PIEDMONT AND NORTH
ERN RAILWAY COMPANY,
Effective August 16, 1914.
Anderson, 8. C
! No. SI 7.45 ft. m.Na. 30 6.20 a. m
Na. 33 9.40 a. lh.No S3 8.20 a. ttl
. Nox36 ir.35 a. m.No. 84 10.25 .a m.
No. 37 135 p. m-No. 36 ll 50 a. m.
I No. 39 3 30 p, m.No. 38 2.10 p. m.
No. 41 4?45 o, m.No 40 3.30 p. m.
No 43 6.56 p. lp:N0Jc43 4.45 p. m.
Na ?6 7.15*. ttiNo. 44 6 45 p. m.
No. ?7 11.15 p. m.No. 46 10.00 p. nt
(x-Limited train )
C. V. PALMER,
General Passangar Agent
If It your eye? er sisers tn
?lisa en thssn f
ean.gtTt. 70K Ogg
pates 30c vp.
DR? Mil lfe
112 W. VVhitner St.
fis ol' Hrtip%eee eon*
you money when you need ifc |
on Depo ?ts.
yan 4P Trust ?o.
be Ris* of On* M&?* Dollars
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