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WAK??tl--?y Lady, position ss clerk
is Dry Goods or General Mds.
?toro. Host be nice placo for Lady
k. If interested, writs Clerk
?. iva, s. c.
WANTED-At Once 100 mules 0 to
10 years old. Must be fat and sound.
The Frotaren Company.
Position in Clothing or
al Merchandise store. Can give
r?f?rence. Salesman, care of In
one with experience. Can
ot reference. Address
ber care of Intelligencer.
-A placa ss tenant on a
- * a white man with a fam
is ft millar with farm work
Laaeds the lob badly. Can work
? horse *.ism. If you need such a
maa WTKO>&44,708, caro intelligon
WANTED rro BENT-Five or ala
roam modem cottage or bungalow.
Neighborhood must be first-class
and house have all improvements.
Address P. o. Box m.-l-iO-?t.
WANH&D-Farmers who nava pure
varieties of cotton sasd for sale to
see us BOW. Forman Smith,
"WANTED-As Clerk in
lg or la Oro
^Jiosd. Write Box
iva, 8. C.-l-4ltf.
Bim? WANTED at 232? West Ben
son Si. Plain Md fancy dresses, Md
childrens' clothes a speciality.
?0? SA1E-? am offering for sale
several abares of stock in tba Cltl
afeha national BMX. Apply to the
kannte Jo JT. N. MoAHster, Iva, 8.
WE ?tTT PEAS Md agy tao cask.
wiajaw .!l*mmXL%t%WteifI detained down
.tar* for laaefeo* yon cwnot do
''.?PP***00 ?V'K-' tao* prices Just es
stU^tite as our fcod. The Lnnch
-Wagcn and Baggy poles new
and sacond hand. Paul E. Stephens.
Pt?tjL\ ' Wa carry the largest
aaa? Jieet complete assortment In
tM~aty?i saab 'am moving. Fr eau
Sa crangan, grana trait ap
#as, AMMOS, wholesale and pe
t?^ J, IL Mano* yhone 81*.-dtt
SmXWmT SA^K several dozen
. ?- prim? tomatoes at $1.00 per
' ?t*?l4S P^?1.5* without
:?es heavily?*0-l pound
tw??r<t^e^> ft.sr. doaen. E.
Bat Leta Meat and Take Sails far
Backache or Bladder
Tra asia* "
sites Uta kidneys
Bilked; get sing.
ti a. ache, end feel like, lumps of lead.
w*^i6S ?i?udy: ?%e ?i?e?
d*r is irritated, aed yo? BM?y bs oblig
ed*S?i? reUSr two or three times
daflhg th? night. When the kidneys
clo*5 you %ttst Jsejp. them fiona ott the
re^s^"?%j5?n stto?y~At lesVyo?
f?*t a dull salsa? tn the kidney region,
y?s Buffer front baoSswha. alok head
ache, diasinees, stomach gets sour,
tongue coated and you feel rheumat
io twiagea wheo the weather Ss bsd.
?ese esoat, drteh lots at .?ats?;
also get troon My naarmaclst tsar
" Jad Balts; take a table
in a glass af waler before
wm taeXv'a?t fine. The fam
ous salts ls mad? tj?oaa the acid of
grapes and lomon jalce. combiaed With
Uthfc. sn? fcAS *W .snad faf geuer
etitf? to clean Voiced kidneys and
sUmulaie t^em .to nocmal activity,
alto to nMtraJU>f ^a acida in urines,
ft ?W Jangar lo ?* ooaree of Irrito
???>? *1 1. ? 1 ' 1
lm? tl emita, Three Tlmee M eents,
? words prorata for each additional
be used In a month made on appii
han ff cents, each tn advance.
?hone directory yoe can telephone
?S malled after tts tnaertloa for
LADIES! SECRET IO
DARKEN GRAY HAIR
firiay Back Itu Color and Lautre ?Ith
Common garden nage brewed into
a heavy tea, with sulphur and alcohol
added will turn gray, streaked and
faded hair beautifully dark and luxu
riant; remove every blt of dandruff,
stop scalp itching and falling hair.
Mixing the sage tea and sulphur re
cipe at home, though, li troublesome.
An easier way Is to get the ready-to-1
use tonic, coating about 50 cents a
lsrge bottle, at drug stores, known
aa "Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Com
pound," thus avoiding a lot of muss.
While wispy, gray faded h*ir is not I
sinful, we all desire to retain our |
youthful appearance and attractive
ness. By darkening your hair with
Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur, no one
can tell, because lt does lt so natur
ally, so evenly. You Just dampen a j
sponge of soft brush with )t and draw
this through your hair, taking one
small strand at a time; by morning
all gray hairs have disappeared. Af
ter another application or two, your |
hair becomes beautifully dark, glossy,
soft and luxuriant and you appear
e FANTS GROVE. o
PENDLETON. Jin. ll.-Rev. Z. I.
Henderson filled his first appointment
'tere Sunday. The sermon was enjoy
ed by all. Brother Henderson ls a
great worker in his field and we reel
teat great and lasting good will
be accomplished here hy him.
The Sunday school at this place ls!
beginning to flourish with the new|
Misses Nannie, Orine and Lissie |
O'Neal worshipped at this plsce Sun
Miss S'.anche Culbirson cf Pendle
ton is visiting MrB. R. O. Brock.
Misa Bessie Collins spent Friday
night with Miau Essie Bryant.
The health of the community ls
very good at present except colds,
colds, bad col J a.
A Beautiful Home Wedding.
- A:? *t*Sft as &cch interest to this !
??Ct??? of C?MVM!?*> w?a. the wending
of Mr. Edgar H. Bryant and Miss
Pearl Collins. The marriage took
place at the bride's home the evening
of December 24. The big Collins
home waa beautifully decorated with
evergreens, holly and ferns. The bride,
wa* dressed In a beautiful gown of
dight blue silk with shadow lace trim
mings. Her veil was of white silk veil
ing, with a beautiful bunch of forget
me-nots to bold it In place. The bride |
carried a bouquet of ferns and forget
me-nots with a large bow ot white
ribbon. They were married beneath a
large arch of holly. The ceremony
was performed by Rev. D. L. Hatcher
and the wedding march played hy
Miss Eva Mollikin.
The bridesmaid waa. Miss Leila Cas
on and the best man waa the groom's
brother, Mr. Ellis Bryant
This young couple were recipients
of many presenta, niter congratula
tions ot the many relatives and
friends present a delicious supper was
served. The table waa also beauti
The brid? is the attractive daughter
pf Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Collina and the
groom ls tho elder son of Mr. and
Mr?. ? R. Bryant, both being promi
nent families ot the Pants Grove sec-1
TO PROHIBIT INCREASE
RetoinUon* Introwneed te Preven*!
Ruten Railroads from Belab?
(Bp rtiMinkOilS fl- )
WASHINGTON, Ta?, il.-Senator
LcPc??sitc introduced A resolution to
day to prohibit eastern railroads from
putting into effect the increased
freight rotes recently granted by the
Interoute commerce commission.
tlon". SenaTor LalwieUe^et'fort^
the carrier? made no showing that th?
old rates Tire, unreasonable and that
the commission, hi greeting iacreaa
ir dtd pot in accordance with the law
consider their unreasonableness, but
granted Increases on the grounds that
the railroads needed money to meei
conditions de? to the
Delinquent Bead Tex Settee,
All dlnlenqnent road tax collector?
ara provided with an official receipt
book with numbes, and ?tub nambo?
attached* Pey no money to collector*
unie?. yon Ht the osselet receipt as
shove provided or.
i. MACK Krna
FIRST OF SERIES OF 5
INSTITUTES IS HELD
MEETING YESTERDAY AT
Sessions VV01 Continue Through
Friday-Interesting Talks on
The first of a series of institutes
under the auspices of the Anderson
County, Sunday School Assoclstlon
waa held yesterday afternoon and laut
evening at Central Presbyterian
church. Four other institutes will be
held lu the county, ono at Belton to
day, at Starr Wednesday, at Piedmont
Thursday and at Pendleton Friday.
Five men speak at each institute.
Yesterday's institute was divided In
to two periods, one being convened at
2 o'clock and adjourned at 5 and the
other being convened at 7:30 last
ovoning and adjourned about 9:30
o'clock. At yenterday afternoon's ses
sion Dr. A. L Smethers, president of
the Anderson County Sunday School
Association, presided. The opening
devotional exercises were conducted
by the Rev. John W. S^eake, pastor
of St. Johin's Methodist churcb, who
read an appropriate pannage from the
Scriptures and msde very helpful and
interesting comments along the line
of the tremendous responsibility
resting upon us and the call for Vital
At 2:30 Secretary Fred M. Burnett,
of. the Y. M C. A., gave an interesting
address on the subject, "The Weak
.neeses of Our Sunday Schools." He
gave as some of the things that ren
der ns Ineffective the following
(a.) Teachers taking up much ot
the important time, that should be de
voted to teaching, lu making excuses
that arc always tiresome, and render
the work ineffective.
(b.) Too many schools falling to
begin on time, the people get In the
habit of being late, because lt is an
uncertain matter Just when the school
(c.) A lack of consecrated work
ers for the Sunday school.
(d.) Not enough men and boys In
the schools. The girls are there but
where ?re the boys?
(e.) A failure to use music that ls
understood and in reach of all.
(f.) Lack of social spirit,
(g.) Weak teachers, teachers using
quarterlies or other helps instead ot
the Word of God, and failing to apply
the truth of God to the problems of
the student's life, falling to make it
live before the class.
(h.) Not giving the boys and girls
work tn do..
Mr. Burnett had gone out and ask
ed several why they did not attend
Ssbbctb echoo? regularly ead had I
Lruui'ui io the people reasons as ex
pressed by those ' whom he had ap
proached. His address was full of
wise suggestion and will do good.
After Mr.-Burnett, Dr. John C. Car
man took charge and spent some time
In discussing several things vital to
the success of a live Sabbath school.
Dr. Carman ls able to make things
move when he gets his hand on the
work of "The Round Table." His ad
dresses are full of wit, splendid il
lustration, and logia that drives the
lesson home. Any teacher who falls
to hear him will he T|ery much less
able to cone with the problems ot
Sunday school work.
At the close of the open discussion
led hy Dr. Carman, Mr. R. S. LIgon
spoke on the subject. "What Makes
an Interesting Sunday School Class
For Ment" He discussed In an able
and Interesting way the following
points as being necessary to apoeal
to and hold men and fit them for life's
(a.) The class must he organised,
(b.) The work of the class, teach
ing, etc, must be inspired and filled
(c.) The teacher much be a man
ot heart and sympathy. Here Mr. ,
Llgon gave some telling Illustrations ,
of his work along this line.
(d.) The teacher and class leaders
must br social in their living.
This address was enjoyed hy ail.
At the close of the meeting officers
were sleeted making this district a ,
nremaneniiy organised - one. r?w. if.
W. Do4sre was elected president and
Hr. P. M. Burnett was elected seer*- i
Tho A|H*r?AAn njMiln^ ?Mti??l,Wyt??g
tho weather, was well representad, all J
the schools except two having deio
' The Evening Session.
Despite the Inclemency of the
weather, a large number of Interest
ed people were out for the evening :
sesrlon of the institute. Talks were '
made at this session by G. Cullen Sui- j
I ivan and Dr. J. B, Townsend.
Following^ are some of the pointa
discussed kt lsst night's session of
1. Strong nolnts of a successful \
Sunday school. I
2. One minute talks on "Why I Go ?
to Sunday School."
3. "The Hean and the Snnday
School Harnessed Togetb*r,"
4. The qualification of an effective ?
6. "i Will Make You to Become
Fir hers ot Man."
6. "The Everlasting---Of af1
7. Institute surprises.
& "What a Well Organised Men's
Claas Moana to a Churcb."
The Meeting Today.
The following program will be,
carried od ct today's mewing, vrhlcn |.
will be held at the First. 3aptUt
church at Belton beginning at 3
.5:15-"Weakness of Our bindar
Schools," by Rev. O. W. Dodgi
3:30-"Making the Sunday, School
More Interesting to Boys andr! iris id
Their Teens," by Rev. Jo n W,
3:45-"How to Make Bible Study
Delightful," by John F. Vines.
4:00-"Should the Sunday School
Teach Systematic and FropOl ional?
Giving?" by A. P.: Campbell.
4:15-"Sunday School Qa ?stiona
and Surprises," by Dr. John'i . Car
7:30-D 'otlons, led by thc presi
dent. Dr. L. Smethcrs.
7:45-"w-aliflcations of An Effec
tive Teacher," by Prof. G. , fruiter
8:15-"Shall Anderson Count Be a
Front Une County?" by Rev. J dm F.
8:30-Music and offering.
8:40-"The Everlasting-- ?f a
Teachr.r," by Dr. John C. Carn m.
O. B. Van Wyck of Greenvi
Sunday in the city with his
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Lott and.
Greenville have returned to thai
after a short visit here.
Joe and Edgar Sullivan spent the
week-end with relatives in Wsjuaav
A. P. Spence has returned ff>m,ia]
business trip to Columbus, Caf
Raymond Simpson of Starr
among the visitors in the citjj
Glenn Simpson of Starr spam)
day in the city.
J. L. Le Roy of Atlanta wag i
tor in the city yesterday.
Mack McCalla of Lowndes?!!!! Wal
among those in the city yestetfdly.
W. B. King, left yesterday foJ Col
umbia where he goes In the&tfllerest
of hlB campaign for sesgeant>at9arms
of the House. I '
Walter Elgin of tho Neala's
Bectlou was in the city yestergabl
i James Smith of Neal's Cree*,
the city yesterday.
J. M. "McConnell of the coma
In the city yesterday.
O. H. Bailes has gone to Nsnf York]
on a business trip.
Reed Garrison of Denver was spong 1
the visitors in the city yesterday.
?. M. Cary of s=r,.--.-* ..?.*
Joe Blackman of Pendleton 1 was
among the visitors in tho c! ;. Aster -
E. M. Duckworth of lebanon! was
among the visitors in the cityyfster*,
Ed Sadler of Starr was in M
yesterday for a short while.
J. H. Dudley of Columbia was * nong
the business visitors in the cit; yes
W- M. Wells of Greenville was ! i the
city yesterday on business.
N. Fairbrother ?of Augusta Bp wS??
the city yesterday.
C. C. Lowry of Columbia was ?. visi
tor in the city yesterday. H; BH
& J. Watson of the Salem saltton
was In the city yesterday.
W. A. Weah of the Hope welt Bet lion
was In the city yesterday.
. Dr. A. A. Odom or Greenville w s tn
the city yesterday calling upe? ocal
Mack Tucker of Falser was !: the
city yesterday for a short while.
J. R. Jones of the county waa ll the
city yesterday. _
R. T. Sell ot Spcrtanburg wags&tai-j
tor yesterday in the city.
W K. jsuta A? Greenwood wataSrflaVl
tor in the city yesterday.
J. J. Fogarty of Savannah is % ?naV-\
ness visitor In the city . I
Mrs. J. F. Auk!, who ha? beefe lett-!
;-f In Sumter, has returnedmBHB
Mrs. Auld was accompanied IBjH
lister. Miks Neta Auld, Wira wilKaHH
some timo in Anderson. I .-"
The Rev. 8kH B. Harper,
Bethel Methodist church. C
md Dr. william Harper at
?re here on account of the
sass of their father. Mr.
v SAT RB * BALD WIN
CAL MEST IN
WW QUI ORDER
- ?ni II ii ?
GOVERNOR'S ORDER IF
LEGAL MEANS PALMETTO
'j RIFLES MUST GO TOO
Palmetto Rifle? Waa Organized
Before Civil War-Some
Doubt Bleaae's Power.
Local officera of the Natta"il Guard
were not surprised lsst .sight when
acquainted with an Associated Press
dispatch to The Daily Intelligencer
stating that Governor Bleas? had is
sued an order disbanding the State
militia, as they had. been expecting
the governor to cut some such caper
before his retirement from office on
The order, of course, affects the
Ircaljnttitia. which ls Cd. 13., 1st,
SoUnT Carolina Infantry, Capt. Li I...
Ligon. Prominent officers of tho Ututo
militia residing In Anderson uro P.
K. McCully. Jr., regimental adjutant,
and B. B. Gossett, battalion adiutunt
The Palmetto rifle?, at thc local
company la commonly known. was
organised prior to the Civil War, and
the company existing at.tho breaker
out of this war figured consplciously
in that terrible struggle. The mum.
berohlp ot the local company was bo- '
tween 45 and 50. *
..Officers of the National Guard as
well as members/ of the local bar
familiar with State laws with refer
ence to the militia were not certain
that the governor has the authority
to disband the State milda, though
could not state poslively that he has
orphan not. One attorney question
ed about the matter stated that the
militia exists by virtue of a State law,
and he did not see bow the gover
nor had authority to nullify thlu law.
even though he ia commander-in
chief of the State militia. The ques
tion ls a very Interesting one, and the
outcome ot the governor's latest
move will be watched with great in.
AND C?RE C?L?S
No'headache, sour^ stomach, bad
cold or constipation hy
Get a 30-cent box
Colds-whether In the head or any
part of the body-are quickly over
come by urging the liver to action and
keeping the bowels free of poison.
Take ?jsScarets tcnigbt and you will
wak* up with a clear head and- no
do"ht yow wdlJ ?W*?M.?W T/*.
af your eo?d. CaBcar?ts work while
you slrtep; they cleanse ?nd regulate
the. stomach, remove the sour. undi,
gested food and foul gases; uko the
execfts bile from the livor and carry
off the constipated wasto matter ann
potten from : tho bowels.
Remember the quickest way to g*i
rid of colds is one or two Cascarete'
at night to ??eauBe the system. _ O'
tt, lO-cent box. ai any-drug store. uon:i
get tho children. They relish this
y Cathartic and it is often an
that C. needed tn drive a cold from
their itttid Bystems.
MB. D? E. KUtG*
Gallant Confederate Veteran Di*d at
Home Tirar Piedmont.
In the passing.Sunday night of D.
word Kin?, the remnant ot tho sur
a of the bravest set of men that
took up arme, lost ono of .Up
est members, the State and county
one-of its bent .vid most cultured cut
ten s Cor those who kney^jWWjP^Ml
loved abd respected hlin for bia manly
bearing and true qualities.
During ?be four years of bloody war,
AS one of "Marse Stol
soldiers and probably p. o mao ever liv
ed who . boro a more striking .resemb
lance to the great Confederatedegan]
tam than did Sd ward King. Not ou?r
did Mr. King resemble Gen. Re!
Lee ia personal appearance, but ho
bore all Ole noble qunlitiee of that
great mao. Th? exemplary lita'be lived
helped to mould tbs character of saanV
uf the o?d teach
Was herc that hi
that wiH~ Ure loo
Skta^rd Piing w
was always in ti
his command we?
|ng cf hostHitles,
htegTy army sta
? " ?'.
We will have a fresh Car of Mules and Mai
?our barn on
We will also pa
mules. If you hav
change for younget
let the old one ^ goto war.
the high cash dollar for War
any'stock that you wish to
stock now is your chance, to
IIB STOPS FALlp, OA
Save your hair!
: Try as you will, after ar
ot Danderine, you eau not
plo trace of dandruff ot
and your scalp will not
what will olease" you ni
after a few weekn* une,
new Hair, fha t?nd dowi
?res-but really. rhew h
all over the/scalp.
A little, Danderine
doubles tba beauty of
.nd a sim;
n you, see
ir hair. No
telllgcnr er's ^oldest sub^
lng beei. ? constant rei
|sr since it 3
o 'T-. 1
o SOUTH WILLLiJSTOX o
e >1 o
ooooooooooo Oft. 000000
M rn. John R. Curgenof Piedmont,
spent tho woek-ond wjfti. her daugn
ter, Mrs. Mose Ellis, ?
Mrs, C. D. Dean aft'children of
Greenville spent a fewixys with rela
tives herc last woek. j
x Mrs. Joe Wilsen is impending a few
days ia Anderron witt* relatives. ^
'Mre. B. 'G. Thompsg : 'spent never- :
al days in Piedmont ijjrttb relatives
this week. 3 l y
Mr. French Killey, ?ho has been J
in theJL'uitcd St
Gray Eagle tr Inf Nsf A3 bf Red Men
Installed their nair officers o lass
Monday night os-tolfifcrs: W. li. Mc
Gee, prophet: W. M. Skerrard, sachem;
sole?,-, seilor sagamore ;
Chas.'Koon. Junior sagamore; JOH. W.
Halliday, chief ot n?fards; J. B. Bur?
null. Hepar of waminfn; M. R AajgMw
trustee - ,i -
If??S IS Av: Bi& MO??XH.
The Indoor lite,: of ?wbiter, with Jack
of outdoor exercise, puts a heavy Toad
on kidneys. Neatt/Jfevorybody suffera
from rteuatattorf, backache, pain In
sides and back. fciAney and bladder
ailments. A backache may not mean
anything sorlotfs, bat it oortalnly :
not mcaa anything good. li's better
to bo on tho safo jide, and take Foley
Kidney Pills to strengthen and in
vlgcrat- i l;. and help thom
do their work' .They help rid the}
blood of acld?v and poisons. Sold by j
Evans Pharmacy. I
S- 25 GERT Dl?Eil
rn i Hi ' ? i IL j.
difference how dull, faded, brittle and
scraggy, juBi moisten a cloth with
Danderine and carefully draw lt
through your-hair, taking one small
strand at a time. The effect Is mi
mediate and amazing-your hah* will
ha light. Huffy und wavy, and have an
appearance .of abundance; an incom
parable lujitrc, softness and ?luxuri
ance, the beauty and shimmer of true
Cat k 25 cent bottle of Knowltcn'?
VOLUME 1, NUMBER 342. rTeeUy, E.tabUshed i860; D?fljr, Janis, ?1?. ANDERSON, S. C, SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 1, 1914. $5.00 PER ANNUM PRICE FIVE CENTS
WAR DECLARED BETWEEN TURKEY AND RUSSIA