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MADE IN EQUIPMENT
NEW TELEPHONE HOME OC
Exactly at 10:25 O'clock Last]
Night New Switchboards Want
Just exactly nt 10:2.'? o'clock last
nicht thc old flwltch hoards of thc
Southern Bril Telephone company tn
Anderdon were discarded and thc
complete new equipment in tho hand
some new building on West Whittier
street went into service. Not a sin
gle> bitch occurred, not a thing turn
ed up to Interfere with the p'ans pf
thc company, and the lines were in
operation after that minute as though
no chango had eve- boen made. No
Lolepbone subscriber was put t > one
minute's inconvenience. Thc first
message to go over the wires after
the Chango waa made to the mayor
of the city whon Manager Walter 8.
Beatty called up J. H. Godfrey and
advised him of thc chance and the
next conversation was that of Mr.
Beatty to The Intelligencer office. Thc
now office is now working as M-.ouKh
all of the equipment had seen mont li?
of servlco instead of a few hours.
Toe new building and equipment
will, compare well with that enjoyed
by any c-ther city In the South ard
one of thc chief< officials of the com
pany yesterday told a roporter f w
Tho Intelligencer that lt lg consider
ably better than that In uso in any
town In the South of tho samo popu
lation as Anderson.
For days. Manager Beatty and tho
'local telephone officials have been
retting ready for tho "cut over" of
the lines. Yesterday thc following of
ficials of the.company were in the
city to Bee that nothing went wrong
with tho plans: C. E. Woodruff, Jr.,
equipment supervisor, of Charlotte;
J. D. Ball, traffics supervisor, of Char
lotta; EL S. Davis, district traffic
phief, of Greenville; B. Martin of At
lanta, foreman for the Western Elec
tric company; T. P. NelBon of Char
lotte, division inspector of equipment;
J. H. Weaver and A. L. Jones of Char
lotte, inspectors; E. C. Yarborough of
Charlotte, foreman. -
Because of the fact that the 15*An
doreen operators are not familiar witts
tho new typo of switchboard, lt was
necessary to hrln? ttm*
operators here from Greenville. The
new. operators will bc in Anderson
until the local centrals have mastered
tito new switchboard and are thor
?u?n?y tumtiiar with its workings.
thanking yesterday of the chango,
Manager Beatty said: "We have taken
.ivory possible precaution, known to
telephone science, to keep down all
mistakes and errors in connection
with tho moving ot the plant and if
it ls possible we.do not intend caus
ing, a- singlo subscriber to get a wrong
connection or to have any difficulty
in getting the parties they desire to
Tho manager says that all circuits
and switchboards have been tested
and re-tcated by different Inspectors
nod that if there ls one thing still
out of place they do not know where
it is. 'All of tho underground circuits
have also been checked and re-check
ed and this morning each one of An
derson's 875 telephones should he
. Manager Beatty seid last night .that
he would keep his entire force of
linemen and other operators on duty
- today and if ono single detail goes
. wr.Y5g he will ho nhlo to " right ll
within a few minutes.
Anderson p?k>plo are proud ot U?e
new telephone building and UV. spion
did cquipmont and they have overy
right to be.
AUSTRIAN ARMY CUT
OFF FROM GERMANS!
(Continued from Page One.)
to hack their wsy through the Anglo- :
French troops to thy coast.
Both sides claim to have made prog
resa' here, tho Anglo-French forces
southeast of the town and the Ger
Correspondents in the rear of the j
armies say the fighting has not appre
ciably lc-aened und that both sides
aro using a tremendous weight, of ar- :
tillery in an endeavor to clear the j
ground for an Infantry advance.
Elsewhere along the line the usu
al attacks and counter attacka have
o delivered without material
chango in the situation.
Things are moving slowly in the
near East so far as is known here.
Russia is said to be finding usoful al
lies in the Armenians, who at last, i
a hope of freedom from Turkish '
Tlfere is ho change in the political
tatton In th? Balkans. It Is said,
however, that agitation bas been re
ved in Romania for the participa-j
> of that country In the war on the !
aide of thc Alibis.
rha? faU of Tslng-Tau, caused re
joicing here. It ls believed that with
surrender of the German fortress
Anglo-Japanese fleet rhich took
' part in the siego will be detailed to
li ii ut- down German cruisers at large
in the Pacific
. tia announcement has been made
roncero lng thu amount of booty the |
Ailles obtained through the so tren -
of Tslng-Tau, but it Is believed
r cnaa* destroyed everything j
possible before capitulating;
Brifaln ia not satisfied that
BSH^ot told of the Pacific naval
.id continu?e to hope that the
reported stace the bat
BELTON, Nov. 7. (Special)- MlBses
Imogene Wilks and Nancy Jamieson
.A Abbeville were uuiong those who
spent toduy In Helton.
Prof. B. C. Givens, principal of the
Monea 1'ath High School, and une ot
the uKHlstunts, .MIHH Edwards, were
Mrs. E. P. Oambrcll, of near town,
was a visitor here today, the gucat of
Prof. and Mrs. J. H. Watkins.
V'jung Jim Culbertson and daughter,
Miss Jessie- of Fountain Inn, were
among thoBe in town today. Miss Cul
bertson will teach the Barker's Creek
school this session, beginning Monday.
Miss Culherti/jn will act as princi
A. G. Wood, of Wllllamston, a pivtm
inent tombstone man, may be men
tioned among those in towu toduy on
Rev. and Mrs. Edward S. Reaves and
family of Honea Path wore visitors
in Belton today.
Earle H. Graves of Walterboro, ar-'
rived in Helton today and will spend
two days here guest of his brother,
Claude A. Graves.
Dr. Edwin Hall, of Tennessee, lec
tured to a large aulience in the high
. ?.?hool auditorium last night. Dr.
Hall's lecture was a treat and the au
dlenco was well pleased. Dr. Hall
?nude a good impression on his hear
H. M. Geer, one of our prominent
citizens, who has been confined to his
room for many weeks- ls able l\> be
out again. Mr. Geer took a buggy ride.
The news of 'als improvement will be
welcomed hy his hundreds of friends
throughout tho State. Mr. Geer is ono
if the best hotel mon In the State and
ls widely known.
Hun. Frank H. Shirley, a member ot
.ho legislature from Ocohce county,
md a resident of Westminister, was
i ' isltor herc Tuesday evening to his
lister, Miss Lillian Shirley.
Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Holcombe were
imong thoso who attended the fair
u Spartunburg Tuesday and Wednes
Mrs. A. A. Latlmer is visiting her
laughter, Mrs, L. M. Heard in Elberta,
Miss Mary Williams of Honea Path
is tho attractlce guost of her sister,
Mrs. Joel Kay.
Dr. S. C. Wallaco of Columbia,
ipont last wock-end with his mother,
it tho residence of Dr. C. G. Todd.
Mrs. C. G. Todd has returned from
?'hester, where sho went to attend
ho marriage of Dr. Todd's brother to
Miss White last week. Mrs. Todd was
md?'tnlncd extensively while there
iud was charmed with Chester.
Mrs. W. C. Bowen- Mrs. J. T. Rice,
Miss Lida Poorc, MIBS Callie Wright
\"i ?.llzz N?nr.cttc C?r?pb?ll -Iii
leavo Tuesday for Newberry, whore
they go as delegates from tho different
missionary societies of tho First Bap
tist church, to tho State Missionary
meeting at mut place.
Mr. and Mrs. Joel T. Rice motored
ip to Greenville and spent Sunday af
'.ornoon. They wero accompanied by
Messrs, Enoch H.. Max and E. Blair
Mrs. M. A. Vandlver and Mrs. P. W.
Dunlap spent Sunday In Abbeville
*ith Mrs. E. P. Ellis.
Miss Leda Pcore spent Tuesday in
Mlssc-B Nancy and Sadie Blake and
Masters Edward, Lewis and Julius
Slake , were tho guests of Mrs. W. C.
Mr. Will Fields, a substantial far
mer from Burke's Creak, was in Bol
Mr. A. R. Campbell was a business
visitor to Anderson Friday.
Mrs. Mary Miller baa returned to
hor home ;. Montrent, N. C., after a
most pleasant visit to her sister- Mrs.
Will C. CUnkscales On Brown Ave.
Mrs. Chris Sober of Williamston
vas Mrs. H. Reid Sherard's guest
Miss Nettle Reed spent Sunday In
Belton with her aunt, Mrs. J. H. Mc
euen; Miss Reed was one of the oc
cupants of the Caldwell automobile
hat went over a 30 foot embankment
tn Campobel lo a few months ago. Miss
Reed has fully recovered from the
mock and bruises she* received.
Mr. R. Fuller Horton's baby, little
Elizabeth, has fully recovered from a
recent attack of pneumonia.
Miss Marguerite Adams, who went
'.o Greenville to spend last week-end
with her friend, Miss Bess Allen, was
taken suddenly Ul Saturday morning
and was not able lo return to Belton
until Monday afternoon. She has been
ill at her home with Mrs. J. T. West
all of this week, bul wtI1 probably be
able to meet her classes again Mon
Miss Ruby Willlford went to Ander
son Friday afternoon for Ute week
Rev. W. H. Provence of Furman
University, preached two of tho finest
sermons ever heard in Belton, Sunday.
Re is an extremely able man aa well
aa a devout Christian and the con
gregation was spell-bound by bia deep
thoughts and beautiful language
throughout his sermon.
Miss Carrie Key, who is attending
school In Georgia? spent Ute week-end
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. P.
Mrs. J. W. Washington visited rela
tives in Greenville Monday.
Mrs. J. Claude Garrett Is visiting
Mrs. John C. Kay and daughter,
Miss Claire, were business visitors
td Anderson Thursday.
At the regular monthly meeting'of
the'Civic League, Monday afternoon.
Jt was decided.to act on Miss Bessie
Smith's suggestion and have a child
ren's hour at the? Library once each
week. Mrs. E. C. Frieraon has baca
asked to take charge of these meet
ings and she will be expected to tell
a story that will be both Interesting
and Instructive to fhe children and
we feel sure this will be one of the
most beneficial moves ever faade by
the League, for tho only way to bene
fit the rutar? Belton ls to begin now
to train the children who will soon be
her men and womba.
Miss Sue Carpenter of Greenville is
spending the week-end with Mrs E.
C. Frieraon, Mise Carpenter ha? visit
ed Helton often before and ha? many
The Woman's M sslonary Society of
the Methodist Episcopal church met
on Wednesday afternoon at thc resl
donee of Mrs. (1. 8. Cuthbert.
Mr. and Mri- W. II. Trammell and
"Miss Marguerite Marshall went to
Greenville Friday night to see Tog
O' My Heart.
Mr. and Mrs. Jns. H. Patten and
Mrs. J. T. West motored over to An
derson Wednesday afternoon.
Roy McCoy, the IC year old son of
Mr. Jim McCoy, who lives near here,
had his arm caught tn his father's
gin on Tuesday and it was so badly
manged the doctor had bo take it on
at tho shoulder. Drs. Todd and Weath
erby were the attending physicians.
Roy is doing nicely and his friends
hope he will soon bo out again.
Miss E. McGruder visited her friend
?diss Lila Terry this week.
Mr. E. P. Martin, formerly of An
derson- was in Helton Wednesday I
.tight enroute to his new home in
Mrs. Clarence Osborne. Mrs. Will
Polly and Mrs. William Harper spent
Wednesday with Mrs. J. E. Harper on
Messrs. Max Rice and L. A. Werts
went lo Greenville Thursday night to
ace "Little Hoy Blue."
Mr. L. A. Werts has gone to John
don, S. C., to spend thc week-end with
Messrs. Ulair and Max Rice are .
?ponding tho week-end in Liberty with
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Rice.
Little Anna Dean WeBt entertained
i.br at tweuty-flve of her friends at a
Hallowe'en party on Tuesday after- 1
roon. Fortunes were told and merry
carnes played on the lawn 'til late In
tho afternoon when a sweet course
was served. Those present were: Lit
tle Misses Nan Trammell, Ednn
Cllnkscalcs, Janine Haynle, Martha 1
Cox, Ruth Geor, Annie Laurie Camp
hell, Malonia Hopper. Linda Hopper- !
Florida Smith, Sara Cunningham, Lu
cillo Green, Marguerite Green, Sara l
Cuthbert. Olive and Lois Todd.
Mrs. W. It. Haynle, who ha? been i
visiting relatives In Charlotte for
some time, nae returned to her home
tn Belton. Mrs. Haynio's friends will
.>e delighted to know that she is .
much Improved by her trip.
Dr. W. R. Havntr ls out again af
ter his recent indisposition.
Mrs. A. C. Latimer gave a beautiful
tinner party on Thursday in honor of
Mrs. Jas. H. Patton ot Washington.
Di C. The guests were: Mrs. Henry
Crigler and Mrs. J. B. Crigler of WU- I
.tamaton- Mrs. Frank Cunningham of
Greenville, Mrs. B. B. Gossett, Mrs.
Sam Prince.. Mrs. Lcm Rice, Mrs. Har- j
rington Godfrey, MISB Anna ROBB Cun- 1
lingham of Anderson. Mrs. G. S. Cuth- (
bert and Mrs. J. H. Patten.
Miss Leda Poore entertained in a
delightfully informal way Thursday
light. Those present were: Misses c
Marguerite Marshall and Sue Coving
ton and Mr. Louis Seel and Blair
Miss Annie Marshall ot Greenwood
ts visiting her 'sister, Miss Marguerite
at Mr. W. H. Trammell'a residence
"or the weok-end.
Mr.-. Falles of Anderson waa a bust- -
ness visitor to Belton Wednesday. ?
Mr. W. B. West of Columbia spent t
Friday night with his brother, Hon. t
J. T. Wost.
Miss. Jennie Alien, one of Green
-ille's most attractive young ladies,
ipent the week-end in Belton with her
?inter. Miss Bess Alien. s
Mrs. W. E. Lee has returned from c
Charlotte where she has been visit- c
'ng relatives for several weeks. While '
'hero sho attended the North Carolina ?
State Fair. : <
Mr. J. M. Geer of Greenville visited t
his brother, Mr. H. M. Geer, Friday. v
We are delighted to state that Mr. i
Eft M. Gear's health is improving. He. 1
went out for a drive Friday and his
friends hope he will soon be well t
Miss Stella Lawton spent Thursday ?
Miss Emma Vaughn was a visitor y
to Anderson Friday.
Miss Mattie Vandivcr spent the
week-end in Greenville, tho guest of
Mrs. Frank Major.'
Messrs. Henry Campbell, Huton '*
Campbell and Lout? Soel went to
Greenville Thursday sight to see
Little Boy Blue
Miss Alice Clemson waa a business
visitor to Anderson Friday.
Boca' to Mr.. ana Mra. Roy Porter,
Whitlock on Nov. 3rd, a eon.
The. Ladles Missionary Society of
the First Baptist church will meet
In tho church parlors on Wednesday
afternoon at four o'clock.
Mfa. Rice's Mission Study class
will meet at the church at 3 o'clock
on Wednesday. Mrs. Rice ta in New
berry but Mrs. Ira1 Brown will conduct
the meeting for her.
Mrs. E. C. Frierson entertained a
few young lady frif ' ls on Saturday
afternoon in honor ot her 'guest- Miss
Sue Carpenter of Greenville. Th* tivni
was spent In merry conversation aud
a delicious salad course was served
during the afternoon. Those who wore
Invited to toeet Miss carpenter were:
Misses Marguerite Marshall. Annie.
Law Marshall, Sue Covington, Bess
Allen, Marguerite Adams, Lillian
Shirley, Claudine Skelton, Ruby Wll
liford. Helen Goldsmith, Leda Poore
and -Nannette Campbell.
Miss Sue Covington ls spending the
week-end with Miss .Kate Scott at
We suppose Devil cake will ba the
official cake at the Patton-Cralne
Gonzates-Booker Selwyn feaat.
No wise Insurance company ta writ
ing policies at any price on the Urea
of Mexican generals.
Some mea seem to think that the
beat way to bring about prohibition ia
to drink ill the boose.
World's Darkest Moment.
The darkest moment ls aald to ba!
fast before dawn. Thia ia now dhv
covered not to he so. Tba darkest
moment, relatively speaking, is when
tho noonday ana shinecv Thea it ta
that living Olinga on the earth are
blinded br tim dante of the ana and
fall ta recogn*ie the light that aerar
falls out In space.
o AT THE CHURCHES o
First Presbyterian Church.
Tlie services at tho Flm Presby
terlau church tomorrow will he held
at the following hours: Sabbuth
school at 10 o'clock, Mr. E. W. llrown,
superintendent. The pastor will
preach at 11:30 and 7:30. A very cor
dial invitation ls extended to the pub
lic to attend any and all of these ser
vices. Ushers will meet you at the i
Joor, show you to a seat und hand
you a hymn book.
Kev. J. H. Uibboney, rector. Phone
Services for tho 22nd Sunday after
Trinity, November 8:
8 a. m., Holy Eucharist.
10:15 a. m., Sr.r.dny school.
10:30"a. m.. Bible class.
11:30 a. m., Morning prayer and
4:30 p. m. Choi al evening prayer
Wednesday, .4:30 p. m. Evening
Music for tho Sunday choral cven
ng cong at Grace chnrcb. The fol
owing music will be sung Sunday af
ornoon nt the 4:30 o'clock service:
Processional, Jerusalem, thc Gold
Bonum Est-A Bennett.
Hymn-vBlest Bo tho Tlc That
Hymn-Light's Abode, Celestial
Offortr.ry Anthem-O' Send Out Thy
Ught, I'.ockford 'jivls.
Recessional-For Thee, O Dear,
Orrvllle, Baptist church, South
Hain street, H. W. Stone, pastor.
10 a. m.-Sunday school, J. A. Hays,
11:15 a. m.-Sermon.
3:30 p. m.-Ladles' Missionary so
3:30 p. m.-Deacons meeting at the
?omo of Brother J. A. Hays.
7 p. m.-Sermon.
Pastor preaching at both hours.
?lid-week prayer and; praise service
Eliursday evening at 7:30 o'clock.
Zomo and worship with us.
At the A. BT Pr Church.
Services at tho A. R. P. church on
Sunday will be as follows: Sabbath
ichool at 10:30, and preaching at
i?an wow ra r? V. nnn West
viii preach on this occ.afon.
_t G J
Services at < hrlstlriri'Churrh.
As the pastor of the' Christian
ihurch will he at Westminster on
Sunday there will be do p'.-cachlng In
his church. Sunday school will be at
ho usual time.
First Baptist Church.'
9:45 a. m.-Teachers prayer sor-,
dec, C. M,, Faithfull, leader. : s:56.
?pening hymn. , 10:00. opening cxer
ilses, T. Allen, presiding.' Hymn 45;
?rayer, Walter Quest; hymn, '365:
Scripture, Dr. J. P. Kinnrd; hymn,
.44; assembling of clos*"?*.; closing
ixerclses, A. L. Smothers, presiding;
tymn, 441; announcements and re
narks; hymn, 582; prayer, W. W. Sui-,
11:30 a. m.-Public worship. Ser
non by the pastor, Rev. John F.
/Ines. Sub Icc t: "Beholding tho C ru
3:00 p. m.-Sunbeam meeting. Mrs.
^ R. King, leader.
4:00 p. m.-T. W. A. meeting.' - *
6:30 p. m.-B. Y. P. U. meeting.
7:30 p. m.-Public worship. Sor
non by the pastor. Subject: "Ander
ion's Dangerous Why." .
The public is cordially invited tn
it tend and worship with' ns* at ' all
St. John's Methodist. Church.
John W. Speake, pastor. , Sunday,
ichoo! at 10 a. m., O. M. Heard, su
perintendent. Public * worship at
lt:80 a. m. and at 7:30 tn., Preach
ng at both services by tba'pastor;
?veclal music for morning 'and even
lig. A cordial greeting is given 'sdi
isitors. Monday evening at 8 o'clock
Epworth league meeta. * Monday
?vening at 8 o'clock stewards meet
ng. Wednesday evening at 7:30
Fourth quarterly conference will bc
laid. Th u'/sday evenlnjg men's ban
tuet. Wesley Bible class.
K_ St Joseph's Catholic Charra.
Twenty-third Sunday after Penta
xtat Sunday school at lo a, m. Maas
tad sermon'at 10:30 a. m.- Nb other
lervlce. Rev. E, A. Duff will officiate.
Central Pixsbrterlaa Clwrrh,
- D. Witherspoon Dodge, pastor. Son
lay school at 10: o'clock. Morning
?ervlce at 11:30. Subject ot'sermon i
'A Message From the Early Church
o the Modern Church." Evening aer
dee at 7:30. Subject bf sermon"The
"nil of Christ." We cordially invite
rou to worship with us.,
Toxaway and 6!uck.<
There will be preaching al Toxa
way Sunday morning at 11:30 hy the
pastor. Rev. W. *T." Berrin, and at
3luok at night at 7 o'clock-,. Snniay
ichool at the usual hour.
._ - .
Ashary gai KewBowv.
Services at former church ll
j'clock. and at New Bofe 8 o'clock.
Elev. W. a Myers, pastor.
Many of us would often give a great
leal to-have ss little tear of what ls
le follow a transaction la later life aa
re had when In younger year? we ask
sd some confiding damsel, to let us,
rapport hen without knowing wheth
er o wac* later we would ba able to
More Than $60,000.00 To Loan
On Anderson City and Ccnnty Property By
The Perpetual Building & Loan
During the Year 1013
Do You Want to Pay For Your Home ?
We can show you how other homes have
been paid for by applying only a little more
than the rent. : : : : : :
MONTHLY PAYMENT PLAN
IS THE ONLY WAY FOR SALARIED PEOPLE
See Us Now Before It Is AU Spoken For. Applica
tions Can Be Booked Any Day
SERIES NO. 11
BEGINS TUr^DA^RBCEMBER 15,1914
Subscriptions Corning In Daily
TEACHERS, SALESMEN, SALARIED MEN, WAGE EARNERS
-those who have monthly incomes-are paying a part of their in
come each month to aid Anderson to grow at a profit to themselves.
Will You Stop Spending All Your Income
and invest with us in First Mortgages . f Anderson City and Coun
ty Real Estate at not over two-thirds its value?
More Trian $130,000.00
?T~ii .-? ii i-- ?. -. .* ii- MI i iS^ga=^aa?asn?HBBs^psM
Paid to Matured and Retired Stockholders
' : ' ' ' ? ' . ?
This Association is aiding in and has aided in paying for more than
$200,000.00 worth of homes without the loss of a dollar.
YOUR MONEY IS YOURS IF YOU NEED IT
Where can you find so sate an ir vestment? Boys are paying in
$1.00 per month, many men mt than $100.00 per month. - ?,
i ': ? 'r f - : ? ? - - ' ? ' '
mm? is Tooip
Ask Your Neighbor, He Has Stock
R. E. LIGON, President P. E. CL?NKSC?LES, Secrettry
" J. E. BARTON, Vid-Pres. HOOD ?Ui? A&n#: