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SEWING WAFTED at 221 Weat Ben
eon St. Plain and fancy dresses, and
childrens' clothes a speciality.
PO* HA ?-I am offering for sale
asters, shares ot stock in the da
wna National Bank. Apply to the'
bank or to J. N. Mo Alister, Iva, s.
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UNEXFKCTLI detained down
tdtrn for JunoAson, you cannot do
better, than drop la here. A light
lunch or a substantial meal. Cuisine
and service 6. K. and prices Just sa
attractive es our food. The Lunch
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POLES-Wagoo and Buggy poles, new
$&m?W hand. Paul ?. Stephens.
WM'X&M-We carry the largest
?hit tooat complete assortment in
jptemua oranges, grape fruit, ap
m^e, bananas, wholesale and re
tail. J. K. Manoa, Phone 323.-dtf.
I HATE FOB SALE several dozen
rans prime tomatoes at $1,00 per
(.?I??, string benns at $1.10 per
doges; dessert peaches . without*
sugar at $1.15 per dowm. desert
peaches heavily sugared (1-4 pound
auger to eau) $2.26 per dozen. E.
''.?:?'f^? *s '
fiat Less Meat nad Take Salts
Backaehe or sTtgdiw
cid in meat excites the kidneys
overerorked; get ?tug
d feel like lumps of lead,
efl Cloudy: the blad
mmm.roix muet help tqem flush ott the
bony* urtriouB waste or you'll be a
pr^ jhO'persoh shortly, At least you
jrWA dull,misery irfthe kidney region,
^tlV^gl?*4 **a y?n feel rheumat
ic f.wni|eV..waea the weather ia had.
at Ms? ?Veit, drink lota of water;
$ eisigst? feo? nu* pharmacist four
, orrAdts 6? Jad'Sait ?: takes table
spoonful m ag^ass. of'water before
breakfast for s few days and your
kidaeys wilt then a^^p^^T^ia^,
. ffflj* ^^y^^^et^Tror'^ W"h
^ntt?ns* to cuan -eiogged kidneys and
etimuUU trasv io surma I activity.
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jtd 'jhjltii U top^ cannot In
Jui*; trikes a debabtiMl effervescent
s Kih)*+?*ttt dribk -'itjHga. . eVeryone j
> a^^d/Uk^now and Ahes to keej? tn* j
line 26 cents, Three Times 60 cente,
e words prorate for each additional
be used In a montb made on sppll
thaa SS caste, cash In cdrence.
phone directory yon caa telephone
be malled after Ita Insertion for
LADIES! SECRET TO
DARKEN GRAY HAIR
Hrlmr Hark Itu Color and LuMre with
Commpn garden sage brewed Into
a heavy tea. with sulphur and alcohol
added will turn cray, Htreaked 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, I? troublesome.
An easier way ls to get tho rcady-to
us? tonic, costing about 50 cents a
large bottle, st drug stores, known
as "Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Com
pound," thus avoiding a lot of muss.
While wispy, gray faded hair is not
sinful, we all desire to retain our
youthful appearance and attractive
ness. By darkening your hair with
I Wyeth's Boge and Sulphur, no one
can tell, because lt doer it so natur
ally, so evenly.' You ;ust dampen a
sponge of soft brush with it and draw
this through yo^r hair, taking one
small strand i-isi a time; by morning
all gray ha ir J have disappeared. Af
ter another application or two, your
hair becomes beautifully derk, glossy,
soft sud luxurlsnt and you appear
O FA NTS (J KO vi:. o
PENDLETON, Jsn. ll.-Rev. Z. Ii
Henderson filled his first appointment
her? Sunday. The sermon was enjoy
ed by all. Brother Henderson ls s
great worker In his field snd we fee!
that great and tasting good will
be accomplished here by bim.
The Sunday school nt this place is
beginning to flourish with the new
. Misses Nannie, Orine- and. Lizzie
O Neal worshipped at this place Sun
day ' morning. ,
Miss Blanche Culberson ot Pendle
ton ls visiting Mrs. It. O. Brook.
Misa Bessie Collins spent Friday
night with M?as Essie Bryant.
Th?, health of the community ls
very good St present except colds,
colds, bad colds. : i?
A Beaut Ifni Home Wedding.
- An event of much Interest to this
section of Carolina was the wedding
nf Mr. Edgar H. Bryant and Miss
Pearl Collins. The marriage took
place at the bride's home the evening
or December 24. The big Collins
home was* beautifully decorated with
evergreens, bolly and ferns. The bride
war. dressed In n beautiful gown of
light blue silk with shadow Ince trim
minga, lier veil waa of white silk veil
lng, with a beautiful bunch ot forget
me-nots to hold it tn place. The bride
carried a bouquet ot ferns and forget
me-nots with a largo bow ot white
ribbon. They were married beneath
largo arch of holly. The ceremony
wa? performed hy Rev. D. L. Hatcher
snd the wedding march played by
Miss Eva Malltkln.
The bridesmaid was Miss Leila t'as
on and the best man was the groom'
brother. Mr. Ellis Bryant.
This young conple were recipient
of many presents. After congratula
tiona of the many relatives and
friends present a delicious supper was
served. Tue table was also beautl
fully decorated. .
The bride ls tho attractive daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. V. V. Collins and the
groom is the elder son of Mr. and
Mrs. Px R. Bryant, both being promi
nent families ot the Fania Grove aec
TO PROHIBIT INCREASE
Resolutions IntrowBced t? Prevent
(By Aancfemt PfWa.)
WASHINGTON, Jan. ' if-Senator
LaFoliette introduced a resolution to
d?y to prohibit; eastern railroads from
patting into effect The increased
freight rates recently granted by the
Interstate commerce commission.
tn a Jong preamble to the resolu
tion. Senator LaFolloUa set forth that
the carriers rnsde no showh^e'tkat ta?
Old ratea were unreasonable and tba
the commission, In granting lacreas
es OIA not in accordance with the law
consider thelf mireasbnablenc?s, but
granted increases on the grounds that
th* railroads needed money to meet
extraordinary conditions due lo the
W -adsT* * W
DeUanjgaat Kee? Tax Ksiioe,
il dlnlenquent road tag collectors
^?QNTSO money to collectors
yon get the official receipt -as
J. MACK RING,
FIRST OF SERIES OF ?
INSTITUTES IS HELD
MEETING YESTERDAY AT
B E LT O N TODAf
Sessions Will Continue Through
Friday-Interesting Talks on *
The first of u series of institutes
tinder the auspices of th?- Anderson
Count" Sunday School Association
WUB held yesterday afternoon und last
evening at Central Presbyterian
church. Pour other inatitutes will he
II<E-MI in the county, one at Helton to
day, at Starr Wednesday, ut 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
I o'clock and adjourned at fi and the
other being convened at 7:30 last
evening and adjourned about !*:30
o'clock! At yesterday afternoon's ses
sion Dr. A. ii Smothers, president of
the Anderson County Sunday School
Association, presided. The opening
devotional exercises were conducted
by the Rev. .lohn W. Sneake, pastor 1
of St. Jobin's Methodist church, who
read an appropriate passage from the
Scriptures and made very helpful and
Interesting comments along the line
if the tremendous retponaibility
resting upon us and the call for vital
At 2:30 Secretary Fred M. Burnett,
of the Y. M. C. A., gave an interesting
lddress on the subject. "The Weak
nesses of Our Sunday Schools." Ile
gave as some of the things that ren
der us ineffective the following
(a.) Teachers taking up much of
the important time, that should be de
voted to teaching. In making excuses
that are always tiresome, a .id render
the work ineffective.
tb.) Too many schools failing to
begin on time, the people get In the
habit of being late, because it bi sn
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 ure the boys?
(e.) A failure to use music that is
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 falling to apply
the truth of God to the problems of
the student's life, falling to make it
live before the class.
(h.I Not giving the boys and ???-'.?
work to do.
Mr. Burnett hud gone out and ask
?d several why they did not attend
Sabbath school regularly and had
brought to the people reasons as ex
pressed by those whom he hsd ap
proached. His address was full of
wise suggestion ant! 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 is sble to make things
move when he gets his lia nd on the
work of "The Round Table." His ad
dresres are fall of wit, splendid Il
lustration, and logie that drives the
lesson home. Any teacher who fails
to hear him will bf Me ry much less
able to cope with the problems ot
Sunday school wort.
At the close of the open discussion
led by Dr. Carman, Mr. R. 8. Ll goa
spoke on the subject, "What Makes
an Interesting Sunday School Class
For Men?" He discussed in an able,
Snd interesting way the following
pointe as being necessary to appeal
to and hold men and flt them for life's
(a.) The class must be organised,
(h.) The work of the class, teach
ing, etc, must be Inspired and Ailed
(o . The teacher much be a man
of heart and sympathy. Here ' Mr.
Llgon gaye ronze telling illustrations
of his work along this Une.
(d.) The teacher and' class leaders
must be social In their living.
This address was enjoyed by all.
At the close of the meeting officers
were elected making this district a
Sre.annently organised one. Tnv. D.
T. Dode's was elected president snd
Mr. F. M. Barnett was elected secre
The afternoon meeting, considering
tho weather, was well represented, all
the schools except two having dele
The Eveatatf 8e**3ea.
Despite the inclemency of the
weather, s large number ot interest
ed people were out ter the evening
?esrion of the institute. Talks were
made st this session by G. Cullen Sul
livan and Dr. J. B: Townsend.
Following are some Of the points
discussed at last night's session of
1. - Strong points a successful
fi. Oas minute talks on "Why I Go
io Rnariay School."
3. "The Home and the Sunday
?Behool Harnessed Together."
4. The Qualification of an effective
teacher. v :
"1 Wilt Make Yo? to Become
Ftfbers of Men."
g. -Th* Everlasting-^-Of a
7. Institute surprises.
8. "What a .Well Organised Mea**
Class Means to a Church."
The ffrettafr Taja*.
The following program ?Pill
will be held at the First Baptist
church at Helton beginning at :;
3:15-"WeaknesK of Our Sunday
Schools," by Rev. D. W. Dodge.
$ 3:30-"MaJctng th?* 8undny School
'Alore Interesting to Boys und Uirln in
Their Teens," by Rev. .loiin W.
:t:4-'-How? to Make Hlhie ?tildy
Delightful." bj) John F. Vinca.
"v 4:00-"Should the Sunday School
Teach Systematic and I*roportionate
.giving?", by A.' F.\ Campbell.
.4:15-"Sunday* School Questions
sud Surprises." "by Dr. John C. Car
Evening "Session. ,
7:30-Devotlonp. Jed by the presi
dent. Dr. A. L. Smithers.
7: ^-"Qualifications of Au Effee.-.
Uve Teacher," bv l?rof. C. Walter
8*1 Ti-"Shall Anderson County Be a
Front Line County?" by Rev. John F.
8:3n Music and offering.
Teacher." by Dr. John C. Carmen.
^4**???. -?t-4-4 ?0 ??4**I**M ?!? 4
I Personal j
O. B. Van Wyck ot Oveenville spent
Munday, in the city with his family.
Mr. abd Mrs. M. L. Lott ana son of
Greenville have returned to their home
after a short viBlt here.
and Edgar Sullivan spent the
wefk-SBd with relatives In Wllliom
A. P. Spence has returned from a
business trip to Columbus, Oa.
Raymond Simpson of Starr was
among 'the visitors in the city yes
? ic up Simpson of Starr spent Sun
day ii the city.
J. L. LeR-oy of Atlanta was a visi
tor in the city yesterday.
Mack McCalla of Lowndesvllle was
among those in the city yesterday.
W. B. King left yesterday for Col
umbia where bo goes in the Interest
of his campaign for aesgeant-at-arms
of the Hons*. /
Walter Elgin of the Neale's Creejk
section was lu the city yesterday.
James Smith tt? Weal's Creek Vas in
the city yesterdajf.tt',; ?RM j j?
J. M. McConnell of the county was
in the city yesterday.
G. H. Balles has gone to New York
on a business trip.
Reed Garrison of Denver was among
the visitors in the city yesterday.
F. M. Cary of Seneca was in the
Joe Blackman of Pendleton was
among the visitor? In the city yester
day. ^ >
j E. M. Ducfctrorth of Lebanon was,
among the visitors In the city yester
? ; i
Ed Sadler of Starr was in the city
yesterday for a short while.
J. H. Dudley of Columbia was among
the business visitors in the city yes
v.*. M. Wells ?V ^reenville waa in the
city yesterday Ott business.
N. FalrbroUi4jft%>f Augusta waa in
the city yesterday^
C. C. Lowry oiS
tor in the city
S. J. Watson
was In the etty
W. A. Webb of
was in the city
Dr. A. A. Odom ]
the city yesterdaj
Mack Tucker ol
city yesterday for]
J. R. Jones of tt
R. T. Bell or Spar,
tor yesterday in tin
W. K. Ellis of oi
tor In the city ye
^lumbla Was a vlsi
the Salem section
. -;....-?';:... m
Greenville was in
tiling upon "ocal
elzer was lc the
mnty waa lu the
Iburg was a visl
vood was a vlsi
J. J. Fogarty ot
ness visitor in the v\
Mrs. J. f. Auld,
tag In Sumter,
Mrs. Auld was
sister. Miss Nets Auj
some time in And?
The-Rev. Sidl B. _
Bethel Methodist chi
and Dr. William Kai
are herc on account
nea* et their father.'
innah IS a busl
thas been vistt
panied by her
(--er. pastor of
? of Abbeville,
he serious 111
!r. George M.
GOVERNOR'S ORDER IF
LEGAL MEANS PALMETTO
RIFLES MUST GO TOO
Palmetto Rifles Waa Organized
Before Civil War-Some
Doubt Blease's Power.
Local officers of the National Guard
were not surprised last ^;lght when
acquainted with an Associated Press
dispatch to The Daily Intelligencer
stating that Governor niease had is
sued an order disbanding the Btate
.militia, as they had been expecting
the governor to cut Perne such cs per
before his retirement I;om office on
Jan a a ry 19.
The order, of fcou: ie, affects thc
local militia, which is Co. E., 1st,
South Carolina Infantry, Capt. L. L.
Ligon. Prominent officers of tho State
militia reBl'ding in Anderson nro P.
K. McCully. Jr.. regimental adjutant,
and B. B. Oossott. batt-.Iion adjutant
The Palmetto rifles, at the local
compauy is commonly known. was
orgar.feed prior to the Civil War, anO
the company existing at the breaking
out of this war figured conspiclously
in that terrible struggle. The mem
bership of the local company was be
tween 45 and 60. ^,
Officers of the National Guard ac
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 miltie, though
could not state posiively that he has
or has not. One attorney question
ed about the matter stated that the
militia exists by virtue of a State law.
and he did not see how the gover
nor had authority to nullify this law.
oven though he is commander-in
chief ot the SUte militia. The ques
tion is a very interesting one, and the
ou teeni e of the governor's latest
move will be watched with great in
AND CURE COLDS
No headache, soar stomach, bad
cold or constipation by
Get a 10-cent box.
Colds-whether in the head or any
part of thc body-are quickly over
come by urging the liver to action had
keeping the bowels free of poison.
Take CascareU tonight and you will
wake up with a clear head and no
doubt you will wonder what became
of yonr cold. CascaretB work while
you sleep; they cleans? and regulate
tho stomach, remove the sour, undi
gested food and foul gases ; take the
excess bile from the, liver, and carry
off the constipated waste matter and
poison from the bowels.
Remember the quickest way tb get
|fld of colds ls one or two Cascareis
at night to cleanse the system., Ge
a 10-cent box at any drug store. Don't
forget the children. They relish this
Candy Cathartic and it is often all
that ia needed to drive a cold from
their little systems.
MK. IK E. KiSG
Gallant Confederate Veteran Bled at
Home ?ar Piedmont. .
In the-passing Sunday night.of D.
Edward King, the remnant of the sur
vivors of the bravest set of men that
ever took Up arms, lost one ot its
truest members, the State and county
one of its best and most cultured citi
zens fur those who knew Edward King
?loved and respected him for his manly
bearing and true qualities.
Daring the four years pt bloody w ur.
Mr. King was one of ' Marse Robert i"
soldiers and probably no.man "ever; liv
ed who bore a more striking resemb
lance to Ute great Confederate chief
tain than did Edward King. Not only
did Mr. King resemble. Gen. Robert E.
Lee in personal, appearance, but he
bore all the nobie qualities of that
great man. The exemplary life he lived
helped to mould the character of many
young men with whom be -ame in con
For many years Mr. King taught
?he Mountain Springs School-prob
ably ?ie most noted school in upper
Carolina in "the old days." He gave
up this work years aga, but Was pres
ent last Bummer at the annual reunion
Ot, the old 'teachers and scholars. It
waa here that he accompli*h?d a work
that will live long after his deifU?,/.
Edward King was u good soldier-he
wss always tb the front ranks when
his command wont into Kittle-having
served with distinction from the open
ing of hostilities until the ragged and
hungry array stacked arms at Appq
mattox. He enlisted as a member of
Capt. Bramlettc's - company, being
?Uttered Into service at Mountain
Springs school house. Barty in life and
through the stirring times of Ote, early
Sixties. Mr. King waa Che leading Spir
it in a band that was famous through
pgt that parrot the country, the salu
da band, which did much* t??enllven
the different "musters'* and other oc
casions ot a military or marital ord*r.
< Mr. King wss e. steward tn the
Shiloh Methodist church, lt Was there
that thc funeral services ?nd Inter
ment took piste amid a large eon-;
Hh)> of sorrowing friends and reta
a wife, s
We will have a fresh Car of Mules and Mares in
our barn on
Wednesday, January 13th
We will also pay the high cash dollar for Wan
mules. If you have any stock that you wish to
change for younger stock now is your chance, to'
let the old ones go to war.
Save your hair! Make it soft
fluffy, lustrous and
Try as you will, after an application
of Danderinc, you can not find a sthi
ple trace of dandruff or\falling hair
and your scalp will not itch, but
what will please you most, will *h
after a few weeks' UBe, when you see
new hair, fine and downy at first
yes- really new hair-growin
all lite scalp.
A i Danderine Immediately
doubles ? beauty of your hair. No 1
telllgencer's oldest subscribers, hav
ing been a constant reader since its
SOTTH WILLIAMSTON o
o o o o d"o ?ooooooooooeo
Mrs. John R. Curgell of Piedmont,
Bpcnt the week-end with her daugn
ter, Mrs. Mose Ellis.
Mrs. Ci D. Dean and children of
! Greenville spent a few days with rela
I Uves here last week.
Mrs. Joe Wilson is spending a few
[days in Anderson with relatives.
a (rp. B. C. Thompson spent sevcr
lal dfty? la /Piedmont with relatives
I this week.
Mr. French Kelley, who has been
I In the United States army for the
last four years, Ts at home for a few
I days on a furlough.
Gray Eagle tribe No. 43 of Red Men
I installed their new officers on . lase j
Monday night as follows: W. H. Mc-j
Gee. prophet; \V. M. Sherrard, sachem;
H. V. G. Cooley, senior sagamore ;
Chas. Koon, Junior sagamore; Jas. W.
Halliday, chief of records; -J. B. Dur
null, keper of wampum; M. F. Adams,
THIS IS A BAD MONTH.
The Indoor life of winter, with lack
of outdoor exercise, puts a heavy load
on kidneys. Nearly everybody , suffers
from rheumatism, .backache, pain in
sides and back, kidney and bladder
aliments. A backache may not mean
anything serious, but it certainly does
not mean anything good. It's better
to bo on the safe side and take Foley
Kidney Pills tv strengthen and in- !
vig?rate the kidneys and help them
do their work. They help rid the
blood of acids and poisons. Sold by
Evansv Pharmacy. _'
15- 25 CENI DANDERINE
difference how dull, faded, brittle and
scraggy, justJ moisten ar cloth with
Danderlne and carefully draw 1.
through your hair, taking one small
strand at a time. The effect is im
mediate and amazing-your hair wilt .
be light, Quffy and wavy, and have un/
appearance of abundance; an ineor.
parable lustre, softness and hujfri
ance, the beauty and shimmer jt?uc
r?i u '2T< c-e?-t bottle of Kno #n*s
Dandrrlr.c ?.xra any drug' st Jg or
toile t ccu: l'-r, ar l prov.' lan ?our
bair Is as pre ty n:-.d soft ai My
ti:rt i* 'nv, he- n neglected < r l?re.1
by circle vs ?rcr.?rr.'.-r t-thai'.. j #
To become a uni
Chero-Cola had tobe^
the perfect drink that1
it ia. Take yours ironic
the original bottle*!
through a straw. You?
will enjoy its uniform
flavor and the certainty'
of its cleanliness.