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Kiss Your Coal Stove
The gas stove has the
coal stove beaten a mil
No wood to chop, no coal to car
ry, no ashes to take up, carry
out, and sift, leaving a trail of
dirt and dust from the stove all
the way out to the ash pit.
No fire to coax and cod
dle. No excess heat. N<
Gas is a guarantee of the right
kind of a fire instantly for any
purpose whatever; and it's more
Anderson Gas Go.
Something For Nothing
Youugs iBlanu, 8. C., Nov. 23, 1914
To get started with you wo make
you tho following offer. Bond us $1.50
for 1,000 Frost Proof Cabbage Plants,
grown in the open air abd will stand
freezing, grown from tho Celebrated
See !. ^olgina & Son and Thorbora
& '. J fwill send you 1,000 Cab
bage Plants additional FREE, and yon
can repeat the order as many times
as you like. I will give you special
prices oh Potato Seed and Potato
Plants later. We want the accounts
ot closo buyers, large and small. We
can supply alt
?\ '? '-5$ ?;ii!'.<.,.*',f.Y^. ? V''-H*"1 >|
J. M. McCown's Grocery
Oranges...15c, 20 and 26c
Apples, per reek.40c
Raisins. 2 lbs.,...25c
Nuts per il....' > .2!
Bananas . ..16 and 20c
Cranberries . . ..10c qt.
Prunes, 2 lbs... ...25c
Citron, per lb.... :..26c;
National Biscuit Co.'s Fruit Cako j
at per, pound... ... ... ..50c
men? No. 22.
' - , n.r i .ii i . Ti - i .'t..-? -ri
?is '- ii: "i mi-ir ? I -? s i si II s,
WE BUY AND SELL DEBTS
If anyone-.owes you money furnish
ua an itemized written statement of
WE GET THE MONEY
If you owe anyone money, we will
help you ? pay the debt by
Ot? Mutual bean Tum.
Our "Indian" will colt on slow pay.
era and collect bad 'debt?.
That is his boslnesj.
MUTUAL LOAN COMPANY
105 1-2 W. Benson St.
Anderson, S. C.
Ifiijdi^. o? Fried? TMfJbl Mr.
Oin KHjeea IS? to
IJnmeroyten, i^#ln interesting ad
vices from thte^P?, Mr. A. J. Huches
writes gs fdf%: fl wis down with
M?PMWC?? ?tvime ??? (5) y?Sr?v ?nu
would hard sick headache so bad, at
?mr?, thirt ! thought surety I would die.
1 tried different treatments, brt/jey
did not seem i
and nit my friends, ?xcept one, tmtght I
would difc. He advised me to try
6 HtaC*-Draught, ?A4 quit
Shell Bursting in Front of British Cannon.
This is a i (triking photograph of
the beginning of a battle scene in
Prance. An English battery called
into action waa moving along one, of
the fine roads to be found all over ?to a place of aaft?y. But before he
?moe when tho battle turned in i had gone ?teen, yards a' German
that direction. In an instant the ; shell burst Though the horses were
ftVTl dra^,DK ?ho ?un wei? un-?trained to stand tire they were so
hitched and the driver started off)startled they nearly brokmaway.
TO BE ES
IN ANDERSON COUNTY BY j
So the Authorities Ney ' Know]
Where to Place the Cream
_ii-, _ y.
ery rvoure. ?
' Stating that's* cresmerx route is to
be established in . . Andersonv letters
.have roon sent out to farmer? in this
county by D. \v. Watkins, assistant
dalry husbandman, of Clemson 'Col
lege, asking them"?o furnish certain
data'which will .s?rvelas a' cuide for
Che department-Mn mapping out thu
Several dayS; ago '?Mr. Watkins call-;
ed ah the chamber bf commerce ahd
conferred with Secretary Porter. 'A..
Wnaley with reference to this pt^pdV
sition. Mr. Watkins m in charge of the
creamery wqi't in Anderson. Picken*.
Oconee and Al neville countlcK. HS
fiubmittcd u pr/position to thu. cham
ber qf commerce looking to the es
tablishes of tn?\ creamery': route,in
?.his county. Prut. Watkins itciiiys, thc
chamber of commerce to-finance, the
cost of putting a driver, on the cream
ery . route . for a period 'of SO ' days. It
is practically certain that this will bc
done. At other places where thia work
has- been. star ted the government na?t
ilnanued the first three months, - leav
ing thev operating o? . the system arit,h
the. farmers after that In every in
stance, it'-Ja stated, where thc govern-'
lucut started the route going the farm
ers luvve financed lt after' tho govern-1
ment appropriation was: exhausted. :T|
Durhig the plhst month, it ia stated,
some 2.800%pounds of butter were
manufactured, at the Clemson College,
creamery froh? bunter tat ?collocted"
from the three creamery routes .which
have been eatabllahed >alroady in .'thc
Piedmont section'of the: State. The
month of December teas not a particu
larly satisfacto'rV. mo&|h. lb.was- stat
ut and by next Spring\it is .expected
that 10,000 pounds'of bitter will be
turned out at the Creamery every
month. .... >- -.-,'!
: Mr. iVstldns" plan it ?to sVrt tho
Creamery route in Anderson'(County
about February 1. Within:^ a^n<hsr
lt ls estimated, thc industry-will havo
arowt: to the point where a osesmery ',
Can be .established ot \hdcrsoBt Far^ 1
i .liera would^
^lioih?r medicines. .Ll ^Wedlto
any confidence in it.
I hive now been taking BSsck-Drausht
lor three months, and lt has cured rae
haven't had those awhil sick headaches
I ara. so thankful 'pr what Black
Draught has dose for mi."
TtMMfor4>( Btack'Drenght Imf Been ;
??wm rn Very vaiuabic medicine for dc
rangeirncais ot the stomach sod IrVei. It
is composed of pure, vegetable herbs.
. contains no dangerous ingredients, and
*A$enJlyfyet eurdy. Jt csa be freely
Ml?affls?^a *%?&&&M?,& **'
kept in every family chest
j Oct g package today.
j Only a quarter. yt?
ter fut t<> Clemson College creamery, '
Imt would market it here, wherq.lt
would bc manufactured into butter
a; .? sold.
With reference-, to the creamery
route to be put an here, the following
letter hus boen sent but from Clemson
"Tjio Clemson College' .Creamery
has been opened to the farmers of the
State 'anil now operates as a co-oper
ative creamery. Many farmors in the
surrounding counties .are availing
themselves of the opportunity to mar
ket their surplus'cream in this way
and arc receiving from five to ten
cents more per pour.,1 tuan they for
merly received foi; country butter.
.'In order to reach the..man with
only a few. cows, we. are establishing
cr ram routo? in the nearby counties.
The carriers of these rutiles go over
the selected territory two -or three
times a week and collect the, surplus
ream from : the 'farms along th?
toutes: Thc cream'ls., shipped to the
College -.creamery and made' into -but
ter: ..Once- each month the farmer re
col v?s a chock - for: the . number, ot
pounds, or butter he has supplied.
' '.'One of thesq routes' v/ill hp estab
lished in Anderson county. In- order
to place the, route where, it can serve
the largest number of farmers and in
clude the most cows, wo are asking
that'you give rn; the following infor
j Vour name :,_:.\.
Number ix- eowlida milk, now .,
Number of cows lp railk'-May 1st
"If ypu are interested io having
this route, piesse reply at once using
the enclosed envelope without post
Very truly yours, .
D. W. WXfTKINS.
I*. S. It ls expected tb.vt eggs will
[be Collected on this route tod market
ed on the same plan. ^^?,
rs. Atkinson abd Mrs. Charles
of'Augusta spent! yesterday in
Miss Janie Carlington of Laurons
ls expected today und will bo thc
guest o? Mrs.. T. A. Wiggington on
Greenville street. Miss darlington
comes to take th? position aa banning
demonstrator for Anderson County.
She pbftRCszes great ability and' her
selection w ill mean, fresh inspiration
and the best improved methodV along
this imo of work:in Andersen Cijwnty.
"?' v V \
Mfr. an? Jdrs J. vNorrls ftuve l*n
! tbe'ir^guest^Mr. - and Mrs. BlalftCray-:
Wfelctt ; Sloan <g ; And&rsou
HUI of HlghlandS\N.
v<tajr t?r&t? borne at
??r. .hile Karie and Mr. Harry Jones
I have returned from Seneca where
Urey attended the Hunter-Jones wad
I Mri fi.'fV. Martin and children of
[Greenville are visttjog Mrs. Kuta Dll
! sPKity?FlELD. Mass., Saturday.
MlSB Raehol Tfolbrook. daughter of
_ . - W _ -t_?-_J
sn heiress of the late Daniel lt. Wes
son, was married U, Mr. Jasper A.
Campbell, Jr-, .*?> of Mr. and Mrs.
Jasper A. Campbell of No. Xii Central
Park West, New Yctrk. at the home
of. the brid*. ?? 0>e T??V. D. Phillip
S/Woxom.. . " - *
Preemi?n and Hamid
and Mr?. Cs ta j
Dight for the : Pacific coast and thc
ifar Bast \
The bride, who is a groat grand
daughter of the late D. li. Wesaon, ts
a Springfield giri She attended, thc
Ennis there and later went to Mrs.
Hasen'? l jishlng school in Pelham
Manor, N- Y., ; from which she was
grad' *ted two years ago. On New
Year's day, 1914. she was formally in
troduced to society at a large after
noon r?ception given in ?h.- homo or
her paternal grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. George Benson Holbrook, thc af
ternoon function being .followed by OU 1
evening dance for the younger 'set. !
Tlie two events prove . to be the most
brilliant of a gay winter and were
largely attended by representative peo
ple f'.oni Springfield and' nearby cit
ies. During the last summer, she was
hi' Europe and was somewhat delayed
there by the cathi oak of the, war. fi
nally eal ling for home from Italy.
For the last .few niontbs^lie 'bss been
specialising in. music in thc Garden.
School in Fift Avenue. *?ew York.
Mfc. Campbell ls a. New iYork man,
thc elder, son'inf Mr. and Mrji. Jasper
Adams (V.ropbell of this,city, and was
graduated from Yale with the class
Of 1912..' Upon b!Bv.itoturn frcm tho
East Mr. .Campbell ?ind hin bride are
to locate in the vicinity or ; Boston,
that he may take, a special course .in I
ihef Harvard Law. School.-New York]
IFarald. Jan. 10.. .'
The-father, of the groom ..as born
in. Pendleton, this county, and ls a I
?on of the late Archibald C. ?nd Elisa- j
beth P.. Campbell. While still a young
man htf-removed to New York city
which han.since <been bia home.
To The Anderson Relief Asso
ciation Yesterday Totaled
. > ' : 7. ' A
Contributions recfiive?I> yesterday by
Treasurer G. II. Geiger if the Ander
son. Relief Association totaled $?8.4G.
The contributions came front :thc Cen
tral Presbyterian Church. Mr.'. H. A.
Powell, the A.i M. E. church and one
party who did dot wish his name unod.
Following are <4he amounts turned
Central Presbyterian church .? $11.72
H. A.-Powell''.. $1.00
A. M. % Church:. 3.24
Cash .. JM?0
Total .... $18.40
Is in Distress and the Sons of
I, I fl .j "\
> Members-Of the i&np offeCon?edor
heaped tt?evold ^retefi?i l?>t airtrig by
paying hli^ouse. rent up to*. July l.
He bas beep working moat of the
time>since..tWta. Mk leJ____________E
aft^ feeble and Ttjl tSkt he rc_feld not
hobble to his. Wt>?k benah. The rent
on his cottage ia due for The past six
months,* and his landlady bas agreed
to sucepl a comparatively small sum
in liquidation ot the debt.
Members of the Sons of Confederate
Veterans organization, Or others, 'Sot
that matter, are requested to leave
their contributions at The Intelligen
cer office dr hand them to Mr. C. C.
M ' .i.? i> i i i ?I i
The Bay In C?flgrevs
! WASHINGTON. Jan. 12>-tW?NATE.
- Foreign retetions ^committee di*,
cussed Colombian tregty.
Adjourned at 6::tb to hoon Th?rsday.
HOUfiE- Pafised-the nTtilc standard
barrel til', which already has passed
Building program of.t*o hattleshis'?.
six torpedo bout deatroyW*. lg coast
defense Btttmarine and W'-'Wrdng snb
marlntsv. tri?he'poTt. 'frttpr su^nrffipttal
Alp adopted by naval commit lee.
Adjournr.l AX 0:15 p. 'w, tu uoon
\\?mw V>u th/rik ff? ii O OD C?o??^T:
Parker 6 Dolt
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* ELECTRIC CIT
* Items of Interest and Personi
* Wireless on the Si
* * * * * * * * ^ * * * * * .
Two Xegree* Are il
Landed In .in?.
George Johnson anti Lawrence
Walker were arrested yesterday and
placed In the county jail ou charges
or giving a first mortgage on property
which hud already been mortgaged. (
The property in question consisted of t
household furniture. After he . bad c
reposed in jail for some hours. Walk- >
cr succeeded in raising bond und se
curing bis liberation. Johnson is lr
held in default of bond in the sum of le
Three Are Ulrfcn
Before Magistrate W. C. Hroadwell
yesterday three negro men. Pleas and I
Cliff Agnew and Jim Davis, were giv- I
cn preliminary hearings on charges (
of housebreaking and larceny, after c
which they were bound over to the | ?
court of genere! sessions for trial.
These negroes were committed to thc
county jail several days ago by Magis
trate J. L. O. Shaw of Kock Mills.
They arc charged with having broken
Into a corn crib of a farmer tn that
section and to have been taken out
somo corn. The negroes claim that
tho corn was theirs, and it appears
that they did produce it but owed it
to the farmer from whom they arc
charged with having stolen it.
Invited to Del h er
Tlie Rev. J. W. Speuke. pnstor of
St. John's Methodist church, has been
invited to deliver the invocation st
the annual meeting of ' the Chamber
of Commerce, which will be held
some time before tho lsst of this
month. Prof. W. W. Long, State agent
of the farmers cooperative demonstra
tion work, with headquarters at
Clemson College who was invited to
deliver an address at the annual
meeting of tho Chamber of Commerce,
ban accepted the invitation. Thc
date -for the annual meeting will be
definitely Axed within the next few
days. Secretary Porter A. Wholoy of
thc Chamber ot Commerce stated :.-?.??
terd?y that the complete program for
I the ahnunl meeting will be given to
the press lu the next few nays.
I Only One ('ase
But ohe case waa before Recorder
j Pursell yesterday noon when police
[ court convened. This lone defendant
?was Floyd Mauldln, who wai charged
with lighting ?nd disorderly conduct.
He was convicted and sentenced *o
pay a tue of $r>. On Monday thero
were but two cases before the record
er. In fact, for tho past several days
business In this Uns bas been dull.
On several days there was no session
of the court at all. and on days when
thero was court there were 'ever
moro than a halt doten cases ot a
minor character. v
Weat to Monea Path.
County Superintendent of. Education
J. B. Felton went to Honen Path yes
terday for tho purpose of inspecting
thc mil!, school at that place. Several
days ago Mr. Pelton inspecter! thc
school In thc town. Ho reports that
the schools are in splendid condition.
Tho attendance ls UP to the iverago,
the teaching corps ls complete and
good'work ts being done.
Mesums- Werk, on
Workmen yesterday morning began
again operations on the remodelling
or the old C. A. Reed Plano and Or
gan company building on North Mam
street, activities atong this line hav
ing been held np on account of the
inclement ' weather. Tho .south store
room, a* generally known, fc? owned
by Qf il. Halie* and is being remodel
led for USUs as a restaurant. Thc
north store is owned by L. S. Horton
and WlUlo Marshall. Both Store
rooms ?ri\ to he equipped with new
fronts and > considerable amount of
work tal to be cca op-the tntcNors.
Friends of t>r. J. D. Chapman, for
merly pastor of the First Baptist
church bf this city and who for tho
three years hhs boen tn charge
he financial campaign work of the
__on*ttle Woman's College, viii be
interested In the announcement that
he has accepted s call to assist In the
raising or the Jodstth centennial fund.
With reference to Dr. Chapman's ap
pointment, the Baptist Courter says;
A borter man for this great work
could not-ba ve been found. We can
not at this time give Dr. Chapman's
field of operation, bot we ure glad to
sute thht Greenville will still he hts
headquarterR. Mrs, Chapman ls the
^resident of the W. *f. V. and the
L^^^SHS>f **i?nd8 of thia great *r
ganizatior. *11J, rololci ?o know that
ttr?y are te lose her frcun a work
he bos been so efficient.
Bkf^bpnun lays down thv work
tor the O. F. C. not because tho task
was finished, but because tHls cam
paign must ^ive pla?e io another
:ed for the last three
no ably if (?
. him gr-.*
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tl Mention Chught Over the *
reeta of Anderson *
icvlslng Plans For
Charles Fant of Casey a Kant, ur
httects, began -work ycslenlay rovls
ng the plan? lor certain changes
vhlch are to bc made In the Hotel
iiiquola. As beon stated before,
bc management is going to.have the
nt rance to the hotel placed on tho
?orth Main street side and the pren
ait entrance concerted luto a store
oom. This same ld iii win be folio w
d out. but a few -slight changes will
tc made iq. the original plans. j
Teachers Examination '
Will Be Held Friday.
A teachers' examination will be
ii hi nt tho county court house next
friday. All teachers In Anderson
bounty who do not hold certificates
ir'who do uot hold diplomas from In
ttitutlons that are on the recognized
ist of tho State board will be requlr
d to take tills examination, ir they
vlsh to receive public money for their
lervlces. The examination will begin
it 9 o'clock.
[ -?ttea Wan More
With the market quoted at lt cents.
Lhere was a considerable amount of
cotton offered for salo yesterday ou
the streets of Anderson. The rise in
price of cotton and the return of Uno
weather, hud a noticeable effect on
the feelings of thc general public it
it did not have sn effect on business.
Notes Being Faid
By City nsd Connty.
Su per via-ir J. Mack King state?]
yesterday that the county 1ms re
cently retired several notes for raonej
borrowed lost summer. Other note?
he stated, will be retired in the nex
few days. A note with,the Hanovei
National Hank, Now York, for $15,
OOO; one with tho Bank of A nd er HOI
for $10.000, and one to a private in
dividual for $1.200 have been paul
The indebtedness of tho county, qi
secured hy notes, lg now about 370
000. The city ojot-k has paid a not
lor $10.000"given to F. J. Pelter r
Charleston for money borrowed . to
current expenses last summer.
Annual Mer ling of
Citizens National Bank.
The annual meeting of the stool
bolder? and directors of the CitlSen
National Bank were hold Tuesday al
ter noon. The reports of the office!
showed that during the year **0W
of stock of. the Anderson Banking an
Trust Company hud. been paid fo
and that a substantial surplus an
profit had accrued. The: board bf d
rectors elected is. componed of J. I
Anderson, H. O. Anderson, S. A. Mi
Cowa. W. \V. Thompson, T. Fran
Watkins, IO. F. Cochran. T. AT, . We
born, J. ? Wade Drake, Paul* ft: Bari
U Oscar Dean. C. S. Sullivan. .1. fl
Evans. T. Q. Anders?!?; Jas. ii. Ai
denton, J. Fjeed Harrison. J. O. Sai
derr. J. S. Fowler. A. P. Cater, Q. :
C.. Pieman and W. A. Watson. Tl
directors held a meeting subsequent
to tbat of the stockholders, and r
elected officers for unothcr vcur. i
follows: j. H. Anderson, presiden
E. F. Co-"' "t? vico president;. Jas.
Schumatv .*?h?&r; IL M.. Moseley, a
Blatant vtthier, and T.. Frank Wo
COMB SAGE TEA III
If Mixed with Sulphur ft Darkens
Naturally Monody can Tell.
Grandmother kept her hair jt-au
fully darkehed, glossy and ?banda
With a brew of Sage Tea and Suiphi
Whenever hair fell out or took
that dull, faded or streaked appel
ance, this simple mixture was appli
with wonderful effect. By asking
any durg store for "Wyeth's Sage
Sulphur Compound." you will get
large bottle of this old-time redi
ready to use, for about 50 cent?. Tl
simple mixture can be depended up
to restore natural color and'beat
to tho hair and U splendid for di
druff, dry. Itchy acalp afad falling hi
1 . A well-known downtown drug?
says everybody uses Wyeth's Sage *
Sulphur, because lt darkens so natl
ally and evenly that, nobody can 1
it bas been epplted-ifs so easy to i
too. You simply dampen s comb or s
brush and draw it through your ht
taking ons strand at a time. By -mo
Igg the gray hair disappears; St
another application or two, is is
storM to ito natural color and lot
gW. soft W abundant^ ,
? mu now located over W. A.
Power's Grocery store ?1 212 1-J
B. Main Btrcet. 1 thank my
friends for their past patronage
und aak continuance of same.
I make plates at $6.50
I make gold crowns at$4.00
Silver fillings. 50c and up.
Gold fillings $3.00 and up
Painless Extracting 40fc.
I mako a specialty of treating
Pyorrhea, AlveolnrlH of tho gums
and all crown und bridge work
and regulating mal formed teeth.
All work guaranteed first-class.
_ nuise that .
Ben- ow HoKon y&
f tho neat materials-^
Iron-tho raneo thai'a
known tho world over aa a ,
Psarscr H AK UH-ul ways uni- ,
form-.ofr-tlF?it oven-- LIMED
'throughout with Peas ABUKSTO?'
? -?aves bail your fool bul.
Thc Great x_rxJ Grand
sVaJkublc and Charcoal Iron,
h.a a number of exetiul vr> f ca tu re*, C?U-JI
oho adding to its durability and pratt
I'JJ servi co, tnakias the M-Jwnrtu tfcn
bwt tango you can tiuy retrordlcii of
prieo. That1* why fifi wu oilier manu
facturar? try to tollu.to iU
von BAUS sr'
Mullir?n lldw. Co,
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