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To Users of Sweeping Compound
We are now tole agent for the famous
RED CROSS SWEEPING COMPOUND
It is guaranteed to prevent dust and to destroy
Guest Paint Co.
Phone 48. W. Ecori Street
"GUEST sells the BEST"
Youngs Island, S. C., NOT. 28, lil?.
To get started with you we make
you the following-offer. Send UB 51.50
for 1,000 Frost Proof Cabbage Plants,
grown in the open air and will stand
freezing, grown from the Celebrated
Seed of Bolgina & Son and Thorbom
* Co., and I will send you 1,000 Cab
bage Plants additional FREE, and you
can repeat'the order aa many times
aa you like. I will gire you special
prices on Potato Seed . ^nd Potato
Plants later. : We want the accounts
ot close buyers, large and small. We
can supply eJL
Try a bottle ot Nance tia's Pre
scription for Impure blood, kidney,
liver and stomach. It has pleas
ed hundreds end thousands, why
shouldn't lt piesse .you.. Doctore
and druggists claim lt can not be
reproved upon, for what lt is re
Sold and guaranteed by all lead
ing drag stores and the Nanget
ty Medicine Company, 114 Coffee
St, Greenville, S. C. Pone 1316.
Condensed Passenger Schedule
PIEDMONT A SORTHERN RAILWAY
Effective Ifovea^r 8th, 1*14.
Andersen, 8. C
NfeSa* ,.'. HISS e. m.
?3$ . 1:80 p. m.
No. 8t .-..3:80/ p. ?L
Nb. te... 4:45 p. m.
No. . itt* e. ?a?j
No. ?I .......7:tea.rav
No. 84.10:85 a. m.
Nd. Sd. 11:65 a. t :
No. 38.2:10 p. tu.
No. 42*. 4:45 p. ac
No. ?4 . 6:85 p. tn.
. NO- 45._3:86 p, m.
<* Limited trains.)
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Greenville, a C.
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8M taste ,
*?%Hl Ca???*! maka? you eiek. It's
. fm? m ?u?? ??? *?e Vt^ng?miB j
drug tonight and tomorrow yon m*y lode f
a day's work. , , ' I
Calomet ?a mercury or quicksHe^i
walch canse* eetsrow* 'ot ike bonw-|
D?teme!, whoa it euee* int* emta^ti
w?h VMtr bile trashes into it. braking [
it ?a. Thia ia when you fess that awful
HB%i torpid and bar ?Ia aosetipated
.. ? .;.?? ' \ diudneav, coated
BnBsfn^t li hjoba>r ft^r^sjpA^
W, A. HUD (JENS, Editor
Mrs. W. L. Holly has returned to
her home at Wlnnsboro after a week's
stay with Mrs. U. E. Seyfait.
Mrs. H. M. Burriss is at home after
a visit to her daughter, Mrs. W. B.
Todd, in Union.
Mr.. Joe Major of Atlanta ls at home
for a few days.
Mips Ruth Harrison who has been
at Easley for several years ls at
Miss Avery Laughlin has returned
from a visit of several days .to.Miss
Norman in Seneca.
Dr. W. J. Linley of the Savannahl
Quarantine station is visiting hts
brother, Mr. J. W. i Unley in North
I Anderson. - ? > . * j,f
Miss Anna Hunter, Mr. Frank Far
mer and Mr. George B. Townsend
went to Seneca yesterday to attend
I the. marriage of Mr. T. B. Jonas ard
I Miss Carrie Hunter, which occur red
Mrs. Charlie Watson of Starr spent ?
I r?verai days this week with Mrs. W.
Mrs. Helen Sloan Torrence of Char
, leeton, is the guest ot Miss Felicia
? Murray. Mrs. Torrence - spent the
j past year in the Philippines with her
sister, Mrs.. Cassells, whose husband !
la an officer in the V, S. prrav. Mrs. j
Toticnce as Miss Sloan oft'-i vi? it ea j
?Anderson and bas miry friends here.I
Mrs. Thompson 'Breasra'^ of Mt, I
?Olive, N. C., ls the guest of Mrs. Blair!
Yesterday was card afternoon ail
the Fose ifill Club and a congenial
and merry party of ladies went but j
for .the afternoon. Tb?re were five
tables and the games were most toter- ?
csting. the following Indies playing:
Mesdames Alice Sykes, E. F. Cochran,
John E. Sadler, a R. Parker. T. L.
Only. W. B. Valentine, J. J. Baldwin,]
H. A. Orr. C. A. Oarbrlll, T. E. How
ard, D. A- Ledbetter, Charles Geuse
of Augusta, R. J. Ramer, B. B. G?s
sest, C. B. DeCamp, Anna Weston.
Misses Louise Humphreys, Ma "garet
Evans, and Nettie Symmes of Grcen
Girls? Bead and Come.
The Christian Growth Club wlU]
meet at the First Baptist church Fri
lay at 4 p. m. Let every girl bring I
r Christmas offering which goes to
and equip hospitals in foreign!
s where they are so much need<
Will every girl please remind at j
least three other girls to come?
Lesson, chapters 1 and S th the j
Irtwk. "Goodblrd. the Indian."
A hog party win he hold at cen
tral School, near Will tamaton, on the
vening ot Friday. January 15. Tho
?pceeda SM to. be devoted to the
?ltYeatx of the school. The general
mb!lo is cordially Invited to attend
tho function. ' ?RE^I
It ip, announced thar the Red Men ot
Cheddar wi? teston officers publicly
on Friday night, January 15. All
Red Men and the general public are
IganlfUiy invited to come and witness
I?? HO I STOP I
t ?m SALIVATES
ne and get m 60 cent bettie of Door
is'* .Liver To VA Take a spoonful ?ad
it doesn't straighter! yea right nf*
id. make you f**l Sse ?nd
tnt yoq ta ge back to the
t your maa*y. Beesons 1 .
oefitroying the ?ai? ol c*?o?et; 6eo*i*r: I
ra real liver ntedwinc; rat! ref y v -
hie, therefore h es?, not salivate
I gu?ranle tbst o*.-: spoonful of Dod
eon's Liver Toa* will put your sluggish
liver to work and ?ie?w yew bse<S? et
tbst soar bile and constipated wanto
which ts clogging y*nr system ?s? sash
ing yon teal roiaeiibhs. I giiurstflba that
a bottle of Dodson** Liver-Tene will
keen ?mr entire fsaib> faettag'Ahe for
xneaChs Give it to your ehlidicm. lila
tauefess? ?^i^smud^ W? ftp
? ? ? . o * * * * ? ? ? ? *
?Ma iii -'^ f tr ft a* waa a ft --^ T?_?_ana n_rm
IMllTS Of IIUwCK UKI JrCnOa
? Wiralong OM JM> S
Ont For Sheriff.
The latest candidate to enter the
?race Cor sheriff of Anderson County,
in the campaign to be staged la 1916.
is Mr. D. Aaron Geer, of Belton, one
I of the . most known and most substan
tial business men and citizens of An
derson County. The statement that
Mn Oaer would ba in the race for
sheriff was made yesterday morning
by Superviror J. Mack King, who
stated that Mr. Oeer had authorised
him only that morning to make the
statement for him. Mr. Geer hss been
in business at Belton for the past 30
years pr more. He is a brother of H.
M. Oeer, proprietor of the Belton ho
tel, of John M. and B. rc. deer, of
Greenville, who control a cbsln ot
cotton mills In the Piedmont section,
and Dr. C. C. Geer of Greenville.
Rumored Blesse te
. Be lo Court If ere.
A statement coming yesterday
morning from a reliable source was
that Governor Cole. L. Brease would
be in attendance on thc February I
term of the court of general session,e
for Anderson County*. It was stated'
that Blesse would appear here as at
torney for some one who ls to be-tried I
at that term of court, though it could j
not be learned who the client is.
Heat ap te Court.
Yeeierday forenoon was a day of
confessions of sins in the court of
Magistrate Bro*dwell, for four " ne
groes, all charged with offenses which
are not within the jurisdiction or the
magistrate to try, were before thc
md ge for preliminary hearings. Ralph
Turner, who was detected several
weeks sgo ar he had broken into the
rear door of Rubensteth's' establish
ment, on Bast Benson street, was
given a hearingtand his case ordered
neut up to court. In default of bond
In the sum of $200 he was remanded1
to the county Jail. Joe Bntes and Al
bert Thompson, who admit breaking1
Ipto the store or Richard Jones, on
the Abbeville road, some three miles
below town, snd stealing a quantity of
?duff, were also bound over to court.
In default of bond of 920 each they
were remanded to court. Steve rob
inson, charged with bu'nrlary. In that
he entered tbe houae of Col. Jamen T.
rnbertH nome weeks aso and stole a
brace of tine piBtol* and a watch, was
the fourth negro given a prelimtaarv
and bound over to eoh.rt. In default
of bond in the sum of $f>00. he vms re
manded-^ the. county Jail. ?
But one case, but In which two per
sons ir ere Involved, appeared on the
docke when Recorder Russell con
vened court yesterday nt noon. Sam
Guyton and, Dave Robinson were
charged with loud swearing and dis
orderly conduct. The former wah
fined 15 and the latter $10.
Switchboard For .
The New Theatre.
The large and elegant swltcU??ar
for the new Anderson theatre has ar
rived and has beeb placed in position
on the s*nge of the now playhouse.
The board ls com po ?ed of three? slate
panels, stands 6 1-2 feet high and is 5
feet and' S inches wide. It Ia equip
ped with *48 circuits. The switch
board is furnished by the Southern
Public Utilities Company, which con
cern has the contract for wiring thu
theatre and doing all other electrical
Work aud furnishing all material with
the exception of a few hundred dol
lars wor ot fixtures. ' One ot the fea
tures of the lighting of the new
theatre is that the lights which are
kept burning all the while, such aa
exit lights, are on a different circuit
from the circuito which are used in
lighting other portions of thc-bouse.
Clerk of Court James N. Pearman
has received ana ia recording a copy
of Governor Blouse's proclamation in
which he substitutes some 1,600 pa
Mfiili. greeted convicts during his i
term Of office, with this number of j
full pardons. This action oh the IWf]
of tho governor was taken last Satur
Go te Columbia
On Important Matter.
Secretary Porter A. Whaley of the j
Chamber rf Commerce and Prof. W.
W. tong, State agent bf the Farmers j
cooperative demonstration work, with !
headquarters at Clemson College, will
leave here early next week for CkttaMt
Me, wrere they will appear before
the Anderson County delegation to
He general assembly with reference
securing aa appropriation for j
icing fa' this coon' ? - expert farm i
istrator. This is ide ?ame plan
was dSsonssed by Prof. Long at
recent meeting of the Anderson
School Trustees Association.
?Id in the. coant? otAs^i*lf>iia?.
t after a o'doc': yesterday
Mag fire destroyed the four room
m\Jmtnmm H'iHuim by vrv ?WS OS the J
late Dr. L. A, Berle and occupied by
a Mr. Nlxca. The houoe was situated
some two miles s?atbsest of the etty,
near EL fi. Snipe's piece.
Yealeraav 8 Ceetfa.
Cotton sold, yesterday on ibo
?rt Anderson f
Lr. o wa cotton buyer- stated
bsd houi'd of > t om
? * * *f? # *#,* ? 4 ? * *
Y SPARKLETS ?
.J Mention Caught Over to *
treete nf Anderson *
Receive New? of
Lat? Monday hight Mr. and Mrs. A.
G. Eptlng of thia citv were apprised of
?the sudden death of their brother, Mr.
Charles E. Anderson of Westminster.
I The funeral services were held there
yesterday, after which interment was
made there. His wife, who was Miss
Anna Knox, daughter of Mrs. M. J.
Epting, of WiUiamnton, and five chil
dren, survive huh. They are Mr. Knox
Anderson, Cl??f?e Jr., ot Westmin
ster; Mrs. William Harri?on of Du
luth, Ga., Miss Sara Anderson of At
lanta and Mr. William Anderson of
Tennessee. He has siso a Urge fam
ily connection throughout the Slate, j
will be shocked to bear of hts]
I L. Beatty Held.
A burge number of people from tho
city attended yesterday moraine the
funeral service* of David L. Beatty,
which were held at 10:30 o'clock at
his suburban home on S/oth Vain
i rtreet. The funeral services were
conducted by the Rev. Witherspoon
Dodge, pastor of Central Presbyt I lan
church, of -which the deceased waa a j
! deacon, and was assisted bv the T'ov.
?J.W. Speake, pastor of St. John's
r - .
PROPOSED BOND ISSUE
FOR MORE SEWERAGE
I CITV ENGINEER SUBMITS
DATA ASXED FOR BY
COST |p 2 5, 0 0
I Additional Work Would
Sewers in AH Sections To
Following out the instructions of
city council some time ago that ^es
timates of the cost of extending city
sewerage Unes he made, In order that
the city might?:.if possible, have c
consderable amount of work of this
kind done and.?hug give employment
for numbers of/people who have been
thrown out of:.work. City Engineer
Wad? Sanders Jest night appeared
facrcr- ?e?sc?S T/ifh thc desired in
The engineer read a list of streets
along which he had mane investi.
gatlciB with reference to the cost of
laying sewer lines. The . streets o
the' Hst are located in practically ejl
sections of the city. All told, he pre
pared estimates for some 53,000 linear
feet of ; sewer lines that can be laid
now. The laying'of this much sewer
linea, he estimated, will .cost thc
atty in the neighborhood of $25,000.
The estimates culed for pipe measur
ing from 8 to ra inches In diameter.
The average colt per foot of lay loa
the sewer Unes waa estimated at 45
When thc matter had been discuss
ed at some length it was decided to
fetor the Question to a special com
mittee, consisting of Aldermen Bar.
ton, King and Spearman, with in
structions to investigate the feasi
bility of carrying out thu project and
report back to council.
What council wishes to, do is to
vote bonds fer the carrying out of this
work, but it desires to know that if
these bonds are voted on at the elec
tion which Council proposes to-hold
on the question of paving bond Issue
will the etty's bonding margie be
cut down to the amount et sewerage
bonds voted. Whet thc war,.:-?! de.
sires in this respect 1s to get the
bonds voted. What the council de
sires te this respect is to get the
bonds for sewerage voted without
having the amount counted In on the
city's bond margie. As generally
?known, there is no limit to the amount
of bonds a city can vote for sewerage !
ann water proposes.
The committee will investigate this
! matter and report back to council in
the near future. .
j PARTIALLY TRUE
Cta?aal Mtor?tf Not Physically
! Arrested, Bat Placed in State
of Arrest in His Place .
(By Aafeaatt*! Pm?.)
'HOME, Jan. 12.-(8:*0 p. m.)-"The
derma?, denial that Cardinal Mercier
was arrested tn Brussels ts true in
only a technical sense," said tho Tri
buna in a special edttlon.
"The cardinal waa not physically
tof*jg&6?*m fae was placed is a state
of arrest in his palace, end wee
watched by the military.
"The German government, realizing:
that violence against a prince pt the I
chdrch would have painful couse-"
?.?.enees, decided hurriedly to restore
tione to their former status.
teless an. act of violence bsa
Ried against the primate
Ho?y See bsa asked that rep
be made by the Gorman gov-' j
t. The esplaoa?ion qt Ger-}
ls awaited eagerly." j
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
MASS OF ROUTINE MATTERS
WAS TRANSACTED LAST
Proposed Law For Bond lune For j
Street Paving Wea Discussed
At a regular monthly meeting of
?city council laat night, convening nt
7:SO and adjourning at ll:SO o'clock.
!a number of matters of Importance
and general Interest were brought up
for consideration, the mb re important
of which are . reported in separate ar
ticles-In other columns of The Intelli
gencer this morning.
With all members present, and sev
eral visitors, the meeting was con.
j vened by Mayor Godfrey, who pre-!
sided during the remainder ot tho
session. The first matter brought be
fore council was that of the petition I
for a reduction in the license paid i
this year by the local office of the
Southern Express Company. Mana
ger Johnson of the Wal office was
present and preserad tho appeal for
his company. The tigent cited data
showing that during the past four
months the buBlucss ot the company
here had decreased 30 per cent, while
in the same period ot time tho costs
of operating had Increased 3 per
cert. V?it\$50 additional license to
nay ibis year, the company was fac
ing a Serious situation. Council dc
dined to Interfere with the rate pre
viously fixed for the express com
unis Ordered Paid.
With the bills being read before
council, the aldermen ordered paid all
bills approved by tho auditing com-,
mittee, as well as a bill from the'
Civic Association for $39 tor the light
ing of the memorial fountain on east
square and a bill from Dr. H. H.
Acker for $5 for assisting the city
physician in dressing wounds ot a
negro prisoner at thc guardhouse on
G. P. Browne appeared before,
council and asked that the license bf
$50 placed on the Farmers Warehouse
be reduced, SB they were having to
pay the same license as the Standard
Warehouse, though t?ic latter was
about four times os large and did
more business. Council refuml>l Sir
license money In this Instance.
Petitions for tho following Im
provements were read and referred to
Ute proper committees: for water
hydrant on Caughltn avenue, for
fight on Brock street, for hydrant on
Trlbble street, fer three hydrants on
Nardin avenue, for the moving of a
light at the Intersection of F. and
Whitncr streets to the Intersection ot
Webb and Whitncr streets, for a new
light on Prtvost street corner Whit
her street, for light on Rose Hill, tor
light at the corner of King and I
The petitions ot. E. O. Burrlss for a
refund of 1014 'license for ll months
and J. A. Richardson for a refund of j
four months of license of the same
year, were referred to the olly clerk
with instruction to investigate the
matter and pay back to the petitioners
?the amount due them.
The MOI Streets.
The matter of the city taking over
tho streets in ?he Anderson MUI vil
lage wasvbrought over from previous
meeting of council. Council mode an
Inspection of the streets in question
yesterday afternoon. Last night lt
waa decided to send the street forces j
over to the village and work out the
Streets for the present, and appoint a
committee consisting of the mayor,
city attorney and Aldermen Carter.
Tate and Dobbins to confer with An
derson Mill authorities with Veter
once to the matter of the city accept
ing deedt to the street.
In this cepnoetion Alderman Bar
ton succeeded in haring passed a re
solution providing for the curbing and
paving ot the sidewalk on tba wost
side of C Street, between Wbltner and
King and on the north side of King
street from F. to I.
Alderman Spearman presented pe-.
Uti on s asking for pavement on Frank,
lin street, ???tween MnUuffte street
and the Kennedy street school, and
for curbing on ooo ?Ide of Franklin
street, between Fant street and the
JCannedy street school. 'A resolution
gjpt these Improvements be carried
M T *IS? UM*.
A communication from W.
Johnstone, of Liberty, asking connell
to reimburse him to the extent-?!
$1150 for injuries dono his automo
bile when he drove the machine toto
sa obetrncttcn cr1 North Main street
some days ago was referred to r
?ntWal crtmmHtnft rrm*iiiHn<r nf At.
dornten Carter," King and Bar
with power to invest?gate and ?etti
A communication from the trust?
:avis Fan; -
from the' latter to the trust
attention to the feet tbs;
had paid street
foy two years longer titan real
-/as read. '
,m the aro
tax was brought tab at this Juncture
and consumed quite a blt of the timo
of council. After much diaausaon it
was decided to fix s tax of 92 a ycgr
upon every family or person having
on their premises, or premises which
they havo rented or leased, a surface
closet or a toilet connecting with
the sewerage system.
Abattoir Status Quo.
Alderman Dobbins of the committee
on abbattor matters reported that the
committee had had little time to do
much investigating along this . line,
and that he was of the opinion Mr.
Henderson, : proprietor of the cbbst
toir. waa willing to go ahead and
operate his abbattulr under the old
agreement with council nntl the conn.
Cl couid make some disposition of
tho question. The matter was car.
ried over to the. next meeting of
Sew City Barns,
lon of where to erect nov
city barns, ns the board ot health had
announced the present ones would b
condemned, was brought up and die
cussed at some length. Finally tho
matter ot where the building would bo
located, the type which would bo
I built, etc., waa referred to a commit
tee consisting ot tho council as n
whole, with power to act.
Alderman King submitted a resolu
tion, which was adopted, that thc
city finish the sidewalk paving c..
the north side of Wost Whitno;
street, from tito square down to th's
Pepper building, and pave the wet!
side ot Peoples .street sidewall:
along side the now theatre.
To Enforce Ordinance,
City Engineer Sanders brought up
the matter of. contractors breaking
up sidewalks and digging Into streets
without flrgt securing a permit from
the city engineer's office to do sb.
Council Instructed the city engineer
to enforce the ordinance which TO
qulres Otis to be done on the part of
Tate Refunded License. J>?
At this juncture city council voGyr
to refund to the Tate Hardware Co.,
9100 of Ute license paid by thia firm
on Ita 1914 license to do wholesale
Exempt From License.
Alderman Carter offered a resolu
tion, which was adopted that thc
city cx?i?pt ?l!" Confederate veterano
from paying license, to do business,
where they wero personally engagfl
? Fix License Matter.
The question of what license
?hOUid ?JU cU?ijBvu tu? A?uv?*0>*
Steam Laundry for. conducting a dry
cleaning establishment in connection
with the laundry was brought up and
discussed. A license of 925 ls charg
ed for the laundry sud 920 for the
dry cleaning establishment. Then
it was pointed out that dry cleaning
eetabllBhmnts In connection with
clothing stores wera assessed only
910. council voted \ to refund the
laundry 910 license paid for the right
to carry on a dry cleaning business.
Following a report from the police
committee showing that it would co?t
between 99000 end tl.QO fo flt'out'a
portion of the qld city stables for V
guard house for white prisoners,
council empowered the committee to
go ahead and have the work done.
Te Fight Salt.
City Attorney Sullivan waa Instruct
ed to oppose the case brought by
[Tom Hones for the/ collection o'
some 940 which he alleges ls duo
I him for detective services rendered
the city. ,
Amendment to law.
Inasmuch ns it appears that there
Is no ord tanah ce on the code book
of the city for handling .a person ii
the police court for breach of true"
or obtaining goods under false pre
tense, City Attorney Sullivan sub
mitted an ordinance providing for
for this matter, which was adopted.
Proposed Paving BUL
City Attorney Sullivan read to
council the proposed Mil providing
for the bond electbn in Anderson for
street Improvements. After the bili
has been discussed at some length,
tbe city attorney was instructed to
forward lt to the Anderson county
delegation la 'he general assembly
for enactment into law by the legisla
To I odlfy Ordinances.
Inasmto.i as the city ordinances, RS
a whole, have not been codified In
some yeera, council last night instruct
ed the city attorney to codify r,:: ur.
dinah ces of - the city ot Anders\?n now
' Employ Foster Fant.
Upon showing that the city clerk
waa la need of an office assistant now
while licenses are being paid, <it>
taxes paid and tax returns coming in,
council Instructed, tho clerk to em
ploy Foster Fant* who baa been abut
ing in the office already, as long aft
We service* were needed, the ?ails
teat ea be patel F?0 per month fafBJi
- -LOVE u
I anj ?jqw located .over. W. A
Powers Grocery ato?;
8. Malu Streot. I fhn
friends for their nay
and ask continuance of': si
x I make pialo? al $3.150
I make gold crowns at$4?d?
Silver fillings, 50c and op.
Gold filling? $1.00 and up
Painless Extre^ing 4G&v
I make a specialty of 1
and all crown and brlUj:
and regulating mal foran
All work guaranteed firut-cl?na.
G. BRIT CE
? ?Trnen th? n?bt.
vU?u look! c? M
JlJeGwai Md Grand
Read my list and see if I
haven't got what * you
One 52 acre tract.
One 65 acre tract.
One 82 acre traVi.
One 30 acre tract.
One 43 acre tract.
And a lot of others that
I haven't mentioned.
Call on me and let me
explain to you
these are and the
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