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COLUMN WANT ADVERTISING KATES Twenty-five words or ICHS. Ono Time 25 conto, Three Times 60 cents, Six Times $1.00. All advertisement over twenty five words proratu for each nd? dit lonni word. Hates on 1.000 words to be used in a month mado on application. No advertisement taken for less than zU cents, cash lu ad vance. If your name appears in the telephone directory you can tele phone your want ad to il-l and a bill will be mailed after ila in sertion for prompt payment. WANTS -o- - WANTED-You to know tba* I am this season handling (be Genuine Tennessee Blue Gem foal, and not asking anymore for il than you nave paid for inferior coals. ! have a stock of tho best wood lu town on hand, (?ive me a trial. W. O. Ulmer, rhone 649. WANTED-You to know that 1 am still on tho Job with the best wood and coal on the market, If you don't believe it try me. W. O. Ulmer, Phone 649. Successor to Piedmont Coal and Wood Co. 4-16-tf. WANTED-Every house keeper in An derson to try a loaf of "Aunt Mary's Cream Bread." It's mado at home and your grocer keeps it. Ander son Pure Food Co. 8-l?-Dtf WANTED-To buy from one hundred to hve hundred bushels of country oats at COc. Cash or trade. Tho Fretwell Co. 8-22-Dff FOR SALE WINTER GARDENS-Activity must prevail during September If you would have a successful winter gar den. Furman Smith, Seedsman, Phone 464. FOB SALE-Reinforced concrete grave vaults, delivered In the grave, better than brick, low in price, see sample at G. F. Tolly's Furniture Store. E. A. Shirley, Anderson, Route 1, Phone 2106. 8-27-3tp MISCELLANEOUS 0 NOTICE-Tho Sandy Springs Water and Tower Co. ls controlled and op erated by-J. M. Smith. J. B. Roches ter Is no longer connected with it I am In position to furnish better wheels and better service. Yours respectfully, J. M. Smith. Wo have employed an export PIANO TUNER, who will give prompt and careful attention to orders left with us. C. A. Reed, Plano & Organ Co., 314 S. Main St. 0-1-lm. SUBSCRIPTIONS TO DAILY INTEL. L5GENCER AT REDUCED PRICE D?rrns the Dally Intelligencer con* test which closed March, 1914, In or . der to secure votes to win tho cap itol prise, I purchased a number of subscriptions to the Dally Intelli gencer at the rate of $6.00 a' year. In order to get some ' of the money ' back vblch I put into the contest, 1 win sell a limited number of sub scriptions to the Dally Intelligencer at the rate ot $3.00 a year to anyone wishing to subscribe or renew their subscription ' to this paper, or at a rato of $1.25 a year to tho Semi weekly Intelligencer. If interested, addreaa P. O. Box 347, Andoraon, 8. C. 6-17tf WHEN YOU can not seo right step In onr Optical Department and get Just the Glasses you need. Complote grinding plant. Eyes scieutlflcally tested. Drt M. R. Campbell, Louisa 8. Hllgcnboekor, assistant, 113 W. Wbltner st.. Ground Floor. NOTICE. Bid are invited for boarding 20 mules owned by the city. Bids arc also Invited for renting stables to the city. Sosled bids cnn be tiled as late aa Monday. Sept. 6th, 12 o'clock noon with the undersigned. The city council reserves tho right to reject or all bids. ! E. M. Scott, City Clerk. NOTICE. My son, Jeams Ed. Washington, col ored, 17 years old. has left homo on place of MT. L. S. Wilson near Wll l?unston. Thia ls a notice to forbid , anyone to hire or harbor him. Marlon Washington, 9-3-3tp. Belton, Route 4. ' MraWHaWnaWaWm 1 PROFESSIONAL I g CARDS I C. GADSDEN SAYRE Architect 408-409 Beachley Building n>hholm, Trowbridge St Saggs DENTISTS New Tbsetr* Bn3<&ig V/? WMtoeT St? "MONKEY RUM' WILL PRUDUGE WHOLE ZOO Kewbren, Sep. 2-Sine? the fa mous 'monkey nun" brsud of spiri tiin frumcntl ha? *o recently sprung Iwto thf limelight down in thin scc lion of the state, lhere ?ir?: many por HOiiH wbo arc curious to know JUKI what Kort of concoction lhl? drink really la uud a ?ample alfl?ie '.jule?'" I- ijulte ii curiosity anionx*ilioi??- who do not Imbibe and who. consequently, have made no purchase of ii. Down at Un- office of the United iStates Com m i ..-?loner libarles H. Hill there ls a Ihre? ?allon gluKs container tilled with this liquid which wa? taken a" evidence when a ?till was captured a few days ugo anti tit ia ls proving io hu n source of Interest. Th?* rum very much resentidos wa ter that hus bud some foreign sub stance added to lt um! which makes it of a sun of milky color. It gives off an odor something similar to that OIK- would get it ho poked bin none over tho tntng hole of a barrel of molasses und in fact molasses I? the chief ingredient from which the drink I? manufactured. This mokcy nun can be manufactured ?it a very low 009t. Du (barre! of molasses added to Ave barrels of water and al lowed to ferment und then doubly iliiUtllcd with a few chemicals udded, produces u concoction that ls ubout 100-proof, in fact lhere Is KO much alcohol In tito beverage that a snu certul to which a mutch is applied will burn for fully live minutes and there in a Btory going the round:) that n local own< r of 11 motor car who wu? stalled several miles from Iths city a few weeks ugo no account of tho lack of gasoline, purchased a couple of gallons trout "a man driving ulong tho road" poured this into biH tunk applied the spink und came to town in record-breaking lime. According to all information, this monkey rum will produce one of the moat hatr-ralnlng Jugs ever Invented and that ls one of the reasons thut the Federal, State and cityr.,oftlcerB in this section aro trying so. hurd to break up tts manufacture and Salo. "You seem certain you'll be able to prove your client ls BCU?\" "Yes," replied the lawyer. "The only witnesses the other ?stdc huB are professional allen Ists."-Lif?. ill DUI-: Il PECAN LU UK'S. -" '- \% All pornonH huving claims against thc estate; of Stuart Spanf? deceased, aro hereby noll lied to present them properly proven to tho undersigned ?.?.ii li in the timo prescribed by law, and those,,indebted to make settle ment. Sam Lesser. Exr. 8."!!T-!I_..lit._ Charleston & Western Carolina Railway Augusta, Ga. To and From the NORTH, SOUTH, EAST, WEST Leaves j No. 22 , .6:08 A.M. No. 6 . . . .3:37 P.M. Arrives: No. 21 . . .11:15 A.M. No. 5 . ... 3:07 P. M. Information, Schedules, rates, etc., promptly given. F. WILLIAMS. G. P. A PIEDMONT & NORTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY ANDERSON: Condensed Passenger Schedule. Effective June 6, 1915. Arrivals No. 81.1 .. 7:30 A. M Ka S3.9:35 A. M. No. SK.11:40 A. M. No. 37.1:10 P. H. No. 8?. .. 8:40 P. M. Nc. 41...0:00 P. M. No. 48 . 6:60 P. M. No. 45...10:80 P. M. Departures No. SO.6:86 A. M. No. 82. 8:26 A. M. No. 34 ..10:30 A. M. No. 86.12:10 P. S3. No. 88. 2:30 P. M. No. 40.. 4:50 P. M. No. 42. 5:40 P. If. No. 44.. .. ?,.6:16 P. M. C. 8. ALLEN, Traffic Mansas? r SOU BY NNOGISTS EVT??? HIGHEST PRAISE FOR OR. JOHNJ:. WHITE ATLANTA MAN WRITES TO BAPTIST COURIER RE GARDING HIM GREAT MINISTER Victor I. Masters Regards Him as in Many Respects as Best in South's Baptist Ministry. Tho foltowlns Is token from tho Baptist Courier and will bc Of Inter est to many people in Anderson. Mr. Victor I Masters, the writer of tho I article, formerly ll\ed In this c ity and ! in well known here. Ills words are full of praise for Anderson's now pas tor for whom welcoming services ar" to lie held ton'Aht. Tlie article follows: Willie Dr. John B. White, pastor for the last fifteen years of the Sec ond Baptist church of Atlanta, Is . well known among South Carolina j Baptists, both In connection with his ! distinguished service in Atlanta and in the equally responsible anil faith full years preceding when he was State Mission secretary in North Car- : ollnu. I believe the brethren of South Carolina ?viii b<: glad to bave a word from me about Dr. White. In con nection with lila coming to the pas torate of tiie First Baptist church at Anderson. Tills ls Mondav, July '?:*. On yes terday Dr. Whit?- was thc central figure iii farewell services In which, nt tho Secf.nd church in the morning and at nigh: on tim State Capital step.i and 'awn across tho street, where lie preached to a throng of 4,oon people, participated !n not only by the representatives of other Baptist churches of the city, but by a num ber nf leading churches of other de nominations. At night Dr. White preached (rom (lie text, "Now abideth failli, hope, love tl.ese three; but Ibo greatest nf these ls love." Dur ing tlie day the departing pastor ami bl? wife were presentee", witii a num ber nf beautiful present?? from tlie church and others, tokens ol love and admiration. This morning fit the Baptist Min isters' Conference wc had a love f-just, with Dr. White as the central figure. 't vas all Improptu am\ spontaneous. There are perhaps about forty ministers In the Atlanta conference, rind for all the years of his servico here Dr. White been a strong personal force in this body, working always toward the magnify ing of good fellowship and fellow helpfulness in kingdom service. This 3ie h' .< done with consummate tact and wMhout ostentation. This morn ing we had a fine time. Dr. White .made one of the most remarkable addresses I have heard and it melted us all, though Dr. White ls not emo tional In his method, and the effect was with no purpose of his. It gives me pleasure to write for The Courier these words, and to tell my brethren and' frienda in South Carolina how much I esteem and admire the gentleman who is coming to serve one of the greatest churches in tho state or in the south. 1 sup poso there ls no man in Allanta, which with Its urban-tract environs now numbering moro than 225,000 souls, who during the last decade ras been more Influentially . associated thau. Pr-, John K. White has bt-en wit?, the constructive, forwurd-go ln*. up-looking forces of society, pastor ot a church which has in its membership not a few af tho most prominent bunine.;:;, political and pro fessional men of Georgia. Dr. White has never for a moment lost or al lowed iii3 church to lose sympathy for tho great body of laboring peo ple, or for the poor and tho outcast. In the Men and Religion Movement which in recent years has wrought so ably in the fight for purity and clean ness in this city, he has been one ot tho most trusted leaders and coun sellors. When the houses of Ul fame were closed. i.o went In person among the poor social outcasts and offered them homes and u chance to come back to lives of self respect. *But to try to tell all the vtirlous ways In which a man of large and gracious personality and board sym pathies is called on to servo society, when he becomes pastor of a large urban church, is beyond the scope of this article. The big city church of fers a "killing" task to a minister. With more work for bim to do than any man can do. looking after its internal welfare, his prominence at once makes him the center of a con certed movement by literally dozens ot religious and civic forces of the community at large, which seek his membership on boards and com mittees gators, his presence on platforms to give vogue to this, that and the otther, and his service In de livering this special sermon. that special address, etc. I have for years been privileged to be somewhat closely associated' with quite a number of these pastors of big city churches. Krally I do not see how the pastors hold up under the intense strain. It requires great brains, great physical vitality, great tact and a groat heart. It is enough to squeeze tao life out of a man. The big city church pastor's posi tion is an ananvpoly. He das pro minence. Poor man. How well he earns all he geln, full measure, press ed down, running over. Br. Jobn fi. White ls one of the biggest personalities I nave ever had th? privilege to come in contact with. I say this deliberately. He ls a Christian statesman, a lover of bis brethren, a denominational work-in harness man. a friend to every needy and every worthy cause; fearless, j poised, always cool, always tn com We Have a ! Bargain A.-Lot red satin e S 2 a pair, Monday a pair Bargain H.-Lot sample sh $4.50, in patent and du day, a pair. Bargain E-Lot old ladies i Monday. GEISBE1 Under Masonic Tem :iiin; ; of himself ami his unusual re sources of heart and mind, always ready to help. In theology ho is a conservative progressive. If this hy phenated word may he used in taking l squint at theology. I meun he ls In fullest sympathy with t ie effort to preach the gospel In terms of the neted:? of our own cjmpiex civiliza tion, including social welfare in its abounding moods and lenses; but l>uck of all and Inspiring him to all ls tho fact thai he alwuys sees Jesus, the Christ und Saviour, and only In aim experts to find a spiritual dyma uic 'to cure tho evils about which social science gathers Its staggering statistics. My church membership is In one af the suburban elm relies near my lome, but sometime.4! I have gone tp ?lear Dr. "Whlte at ?rn*1 Second church md always with profit: I share Tully n the general sense of regret here at ils leaving Atlanta. How much we seem to need Hilm here us citizen, Christian, pastor. ju*eaciior. writer, x>ard member, Georgia Baptist, what lot-he has served and surved ably ind with distinction in all these and nany rther relations. But, as a nuth^' bf Anderson and i< member In my boyhood of the Firwl rhurch there, I have also. Joy at Dr. iVhiteV removal to Anderson. Ir know low ' -Irearted and big-brained and nanly and loyal t..ose Anderson and Anderson county folks are. I have >ride and satisfaction in thinking how nany of them ure my kinsmen and 'rienda. I want to tell them all and severally: You will beth love and idmlre Dr. White and Mr?. White ?nd tWelr children. Dr. Vines led he great church with splendid nbill y and truly remarkable success. Tnder Dr. White the old.churc.i will :ontlnue Its remarkable upward uovement. May I say a word to Salnila asso ciation churches: Dr. .White an loiiuced this morning to: our ? confer >nce here his puroose to form a Sa lida Associ?t lon Pastors' conference. 3r. Wihlte does things like ?hat be :ause he cannot but do thom. 1 ?ug test to my friends in. the country .burches to accept tfiis minister with >pcn hearts at ono?. Do not waste hue sizing him up. He ls all gold ind has been tri?d in many a Uro. 'onie along to that, conf?rence for rou need lt. And I prophecy you viii come, even though I know that tonie of you may be half disposed noi o do it, because 2 said rou should md would. "Thanks to The Courier for space o say these Intimate things about a nan whom I regard in many respects fae greatest Southern Baptist minist er we have today.? Congratulations o Anderson and to the noble South karolina Baptist fraternity. Keen his gentleman as long as At lents cept him ami ho good to him, for imld his multifarious responsibilities ie has found time sad a beert In him o be both good and helpful to rae n a number of ways. Victor I. Masters; Atlanta. Ga. EARL fOOPFR TOSSER * FIVE Hf SORED Xl LE HACK FVirt Stelling. Minnesota, Sept. 4. Barl Cooper won the five hundred nile race in the speedway .derby here >ne second ahead of hts teammate, SH Anderson. Hts . ilse wa* five tours, forty-seven minutes and twen y-nlne seconds. Beauty page expert tells "Arthur" m Um s are s rood medicina, promo t ng digestion. Inducing sleep, reltev ng rheumatic pains, coughs and .olds. Oh, my. yes; also good for ?orna, warts, bunions, pains tn the Mick, falling eyesight, loss of memory md the warding off of various eviler minding sweethearts. Buy a bale, ^rthor.--Nsw York Evening; Tele* rram. Store Full of Ext vening slippers, worth 65 c iocs for women, worth $4 mid ll leather, Mon- ^2 ?5 comfort shoes, with cushion sole anc . And besides these vou'll lind man RG BROS. pie - On? of Cupid's Fellow Conspirators 3frs. Dorath) ?ates} H?Jd?au. Young Phillip Herrman, Harvard student, and son of a wealth con tractor of New York just couldn't resist Dorothy Phillips, who appeared in a New York chorus last, winter. I Hut that didn't become kiown until the otter day, when a divorce suit WHB filed in the courts. Dorothy ls eighteen; her husband is just eighteen. Some Harvard students, she- says, tntrodumed them last winter. Then he Tollowed her about until his father began to complain. "They came to rae and asked mo to give him up." she said. "I, prom ised I would do so, but he wrote mc he would kill himself. What could I do? 1 had to marry him then. I must say Chat after we met Phillip lost no time. His courtship was swift and within a week I had promised to become his wife. "After we were married wo dbl not live together, but he called on me as often, as ?!:e was able. Those calls continued until the first of Inst July, when they ceased. This was because his lather induced him to desert me." Mrs. Herrman said she waa trying to establish that her husband was twenty years or older when he mar ried her. Dut she das been unable to obtain a record of his birth. A Difficult Task. The government official hod - been telling a simple old Scotch ..:farmer what ho must do in the case of a Oer i man invasion on tho east coast of I Scotland. "An' hae I reely tae dae thia wi* a' Ima becsties if the Germans como?"' I as-ked the od fellow at the finish. The official informed him that such I wa8 the law. "AU live ?tock of every description must be branded and driven Inland." "Weel, I'm thinking I'll hae .an aw fu* job wi' ma bees!"-Er. I von Hasse!o s Announcement Webb von Hasseln, Violinist, and Instructor at Anderson College, begs to announce .that he will accept pupils for in struction on the Violin, and asks that both ad vanced students and be ginners who wish to avail themselves of his services call on or com municate with him at an early a date as posible. ie Here Tomorrow ra Good Values in Footwear Bargain C.-Lot Childrens school shoes, sizes up to 2, in tan and gun metal and worth as much as t?? "I $2.25, Monday a pair.?P * .O" Bargain D-Lot sample shoes for men, worth d*0 fkfk $4.00 and S4.50, Monday a pair.fPO?\/Vl I rubber heel, worth $2.00, y other pleasing specials here. $1.50 SHOE COMPANY Shoes That Satisfy. 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