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It's made at home and your grocer keeps lt Ander son Puro Food Co. 8-15-Dtf WANTED-To buy from ono hundred to fivo hundred bushels of country oats at 50c. Cash or trade. Tho Fretwell Co. 8-22-Dtf FOR SALE FOB HALE-Single Brookoway Buggy and Harness, practically new. Cheap for cash. J. F. McClure, Jr., 211 Webb St., Phone 843. 9-12-3tp FOB SALE-Nice five room Bunga low with every modern convenienco, and located in a splendid neighbor hood on Webb street. Will sacrifice for quick sale. J. F. McClure, Jr., 211 Webb St., Phone 843 9-12-6tp. FOB HALE OB BENT-My home on Hampton stret. All modern conven iences, garage, barn, servant house. O. P, Sloan. 9-12-3t. FOB HALE-I have a number of per fectly good door and window frames and doors and windows-that have been used-to sell at a bargain. Al so a lot ot second band celling. See me st once if you are Interested. J. B. Shanklin, at Tate Hardware Co. WINTER GARDENS-Activity must prevail during September if you would have a successful winter gar den. Furman Smith, Seedsman, Phone 464. LOST LOST-Thursday, Sept. 9th., between . Pisgah and Anderson, lady's coat, green with white collar and cuffs. Finder please notify Intelligencer office. 9-14-ltp. LOST-A yellow leather suit caso was lost Saturday afternoon, which con tained mostly children's clothing. A suitable reward will be paid for tho prompt return of some to J. B. Fel ton, Superintendent of County Schools, Court House Anderson, B. C. 9-l2-3t .FOUND-Child's necklace on West Whltncr across trie street from Tho > Intelligencer office. * Owner may 'have same by proving property and paying for this ad. 9?ll-3t MISCELLANEOUS --o COTTON SEED FBI CES-We are. pay ing $22 per ton for cotton seed and ? giving 1,600 pounds of meal in ex change for a ton of seed and 100 pounds of hulls for 32 pounds ol seed. Martin Wood & Coal Co. , b-W-9-14-lm. We have employed an expert PIANO , TUN KB, who w.l! give prompt and careful attention to orders left with us. C. A. Reed, Piano & Organ Co., 314 a Main St. 9-1-lm. SUBSCRIPTIONS TO DAILY INTEL* LIGEN CE R AT REDUCED PRICE During the Daily Intelligencer con test which closed March, 1914, in or ?to secure votes to win the cap prise, I purchased a number oi subscriptions to the Dally Intelli gencer at the rate of 95.CC- a yt ?.r In order to get some of the moue j back which I put into the contest I will sell a limited number ot sub scriptions to the Daily Intelligence' . ' at the rete ot $3.00 a year to suyonc wishing to subscribe or renew theil subscription to this paper, or at i i rete of $1.25 s yew to the Semi weekly Intelligencer. If interested address P. G. Box 847, Anderson RC. 6-17tt WHEN YOU can not see right step Ii JOT ducal Department and get Just ?de Glasses you need. Complet! grinding plant Byes seien ti ficaili tested. Dr. M. R. Campbell, Louis* a HUfsnboeker. assistant, 111 W Waitcar St, Ground Floor, LEGAL NOTICES STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, COUNTY OF ANDERSON. In Court of Common Flenx. Simeon T Harrison. In bil own right and UH administrator of tho es tate of Estelle Ferry Harrison, de ceased. Plaintiff, against Joe Hirry Acker, fora Brown. Robert Williams ami Annie Williams, H< fendants. To Hie Defendants, Joe Merry Aclc r. Cora Brown, Roberl Williams and Annie Williams: You are hereby summoned and re quired to answer the compluint in this action, which ls lileil lu the oltlco of the Clerk of Court of Common Fleas ai Anderson c. H., s. c., and to serve a eopy of your answer to tho said complaint on the subscriiier at lils of fice at Anderson C. H.. S. C. within twi nty ilays after the service hereof, exclusivo of tho day of such service; ami. if you fall to answer the com plaint within the time aforesaid, the plaintiff in this action will apply to Hie court for tho relief demanded ir the complaint. J. L. Sherard, Plaintiff's Attorney. Anderson. S. C., Sept. ll, 1915. Attest: Jus. N. Pearman. C. C. C. F. (Official ?eal.) To tin? absent Defendant, Robert Wil liams: You will take notice that the sum mons and complaint in the above en titled action were filed in the office of the Clerk of the Court of Common Fleas for Anderson County, South Carolina, on tho 11th day of Septem ber, 1915. J. L Sherard, Plaintiff's Attorney. Anderson, 8. C., Sept ll, 1915. NOTICE TO Tl! A CH KUM. . Tlte regular examination for teach ers will be held In the court house on Friday, October 1st, commencing at 9 o'clock a, m. Persons Interested are asked to 'take notice. J. B. Felton, - Supt of Education. ?PROFESSIONAL g _CARDS I Cr GADSDEN SAYRE Architect 405-406 Hockley BuiMmf Anderson. S. C Chisholm, Trowbridge & Saggs DENTISTS New Theatre BsSdia* W. WhHaer Si._ PIEDMONT & NORTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY ANDERSON: Condensed Passenger Schedule. Effective June 6. Ult. Arrivals No. 81.7:86 A. M No. 33. .. 9:35 A. M. No. 35.11:40 A M. No. 87. .. .. 1:10 P. M. Na 89.,. 3:40 P. BL No. ?1.6:00 P. M. No. 48. 6:60 P. M No. 46. .. ..10:20 P. M. Departures No. 80... 6:86 A M. No. 88. 8:26 A M. No. 34.10:80 A M. No. 36.18:10 P. M. No. 88.2:80 P. M. Na 40. 4:60 P. M. No. 43. 6:40 P. M. No. 44.. .. .. .? ? ? .. 6:16 P. M. a 8. ALLEN Trame Manager. Charleston & Western karolina Railway Augusta, Ga. To and From the NORTH, SOUTH, EAST, WEST Leaves: No. 22 . 6:08 A. M. No. 6 .. . ... .3:37 P.M. Arrives: Mo. 21 . . .11:15 A. M. No. 5 .... 3 :07 P.M. Information, Schedules, rates, etc, promptly given. FALL OF WARSAW SICKENS POLES Russians Destroyed Practically Everything of Value in Re treat Before Teutons. Stockholm, Sweden, AUB- 1"> (Associated Press Correspondence.) Whatever military strategists may decide is the actual importance of the Russian loss of western Poland and the fall of Warsaw, hy th? l'oies themselves lt is regarded us nothing hut the bitt'-rest tra^e.Iy. Six months ago, the Russian Poles, in Bplto ot their losses and suffering und the complete devastation of the most productive portions of their country ?till ? lung hopefully to the promise which 1'ussla had held out to them ut the beginning of the wur. Hut -Aita tile gradual encroachment of the Cer n?an urmies, this assurance has wav ered--not so much because they doubted Russia's good faith us be cause they questioned her ability to enforce the Grand Hike's proclama tion. With ttie loss of the Polish capital. It muy he said that this wan ing hope which alone lifted Russian Poland out of absolute despair, has expired. As Associated Press correspondent talked with representative Poles ol ali -classes from the aristocracy to the peasantry, as they fled from War saw to Interior points In Itussia. 'P.ie uppermost feeling was one of Ill-con cealed resentment against the Rus slanes. In the recent retreut from the re gion around Warsaw, the KusBian army, having learned a lesson from Lodz, where the resources of the city wore converted to German use, decided upon a policy of destroying all property, about whose use by the Germans there WUB the slightest question. It WUB hardly to be ex pected that the Poles, homeless, pau perized, and without any Idea of where or how they were going to live, would preserve a Judicially calm view of this action by the russian army. Explanations regarding "strategical necessity" failed to Im press men who had Just seen their own homes razed hy the Russian army and had received printed proclama tions the very phrasing of which they considered an insult. Thia pro clamation brusquely stated t:iat "Po lish cattle and men must Immed iately leave the regions along the front for points in the interior." ThcBe wretched persons said thnt the Russian soldiers in their zealous execution of tho orders they had re ceived, had left nothing behind them except a blackened and scarred land scape whose very soil was ruined. Polish resentment bas been in creased by the reports of Germany's offer to peace to Russia, according .o tho torma of which Russia would cede a narrow Btrip of Poland In tho neighborhood of Kalisz to Germany. "In thia settlement," say the Poles, "Russia would lose nothing and Po land would loso everything foi* thia would bring Germany one step near er to Iior plan of Germanizing the Vistula which would mean the (loath of Polau-, as a nation. It seems that Poland 18 not only to be the chief Bufferer in the war. but that she is to constitute the prize which Das sta is to pay to Germany." In view of the present geographi cal boundaries of Poland, and the state of Polish feeling, the contin uance of tao session of tho Russian Polish commission appointed hy the emperor to consider the question of Polish independence h.. s thc quali ties of tragedy and farce almost equally combined. The commission has apparently come to a deadlock, since thc kind of Indepondcnco which Poland wants and the kind which Russia sees fit to offer ore, if not directly opposed, at least so remote from each other as to have little in common. "I can Bets little hope of an agree ment between, the Russian and Po lish members of our commission," said Roman Dmowsky, the Polish chairman of the commission and for mer leader of the national democrat party of Poland, In a statement to The Associated Press. "I have been asked by the, Russian emperor to .give ray views regarding the Polish government ot thc future nnd i would be insincere and unre presentative of my country if I modi fied them to suit the 1'ussian mem bers of the commission. If a com promise ls necessary, it is certainly not my duty at this time to suggest lt. You may be assured on one point'. Poland will never be satisfied with out a propor degree ot Independence." "I mean a Polish legislature with both houses wholly Polish, complete financial independence, and the end of Russian officialdom In Poland. This la a concession Russia will nev er care to make, for Poland has beer, a moat inviting garden for exploita tion by Russian officials. "It ls tho presence of Russ.an ad ministration officials which we find particularly intolerable. Poland know? that abe can never realise her ideals as a progressive nation wlhle She is being held back by a primi tive, eastern civilisation. Cur civili zation is a western civilization and to subject lt to the standards of Rus ais, ' or the caprices and method? of their primitivo officials ls absurd. "It must not be inferred, however, that Poland's resentment against russia ia accompanied' by a growing sympathy with Germany. Whatever may bo Poland's troubles under Rus sian rule, she realizes that German role would mean thc funeral of the Polish nation. We admire a great many things in Germany and under Gorman rale western Poland has been much more prosperous th sn while It was In Russian hands. The revenues are now higher and the people as a whole are better ott financially. It ls SOUTHERN TEXTILE EXPOSITION OPENS AT GREENVILLE NOV. 2 It Expected to Compare Favorably With Great Exhibitors Asso ciation at Boston. Greenville, Sept. il.--Thc South ern Textile Exposition, tho fin?? tex tile exposition of Its kimi over hold; in tho south, will be held In Green-1 ville November 2-6, Inclusive. This exposition will compare very favor-' ably with th? great textile exhibition I association, which hohl? thc greatest j textile show In the world, biennially I in Boston. Forty thousand square feet of floor spuce has been t>rovlded ' for the exhibitors, an 1 'practically ! all of this, or about tt.l.noo situare feet have boon contracted tor. The exhibitors Include the tevxtile exhi bitors association, thu various trade papers of tho south and other sec tions, and nearly '.ii of tho leading machinery and textile supply houses or the country. j The executive committee, having in charge the plans for tho exposition, have been forced to enlarge time and again the quarters for t.ie gathering. Conservative estimates state that about ."i.OOO visitors will ?onie to Gteenvllle for this exposition. All hotel space of the city will be taken, the Chirora college dormitorios will ho filled, the Chick Spring-- hotel may re-open for the time, all board ing houses will bo filled, und even then it will be neceBsa v to quarter some of the visitors in privat:* homes. The exposition is self-supporting. Greenville ls asked to contribute noth ing, save some $.rifW) for decorating tho streets. This exposition waa planned, fol ,1rowlmg unsuccessful efforts to get thc Heston show to come south. Ma chinery men have never before had an opportunity to display their wares In tills section, and the readi ness with which they have Belzed up o;. the opportunity has boen very gratifying to the local textile mon. lt ls possible, oven probable. that this show will become a biennial event, and that Greenville will bo se lected as the permanent heine for the Southern Textile exposition, Just as Huston is for thc great show of thc north and cast. Efforts to this end will be made. The board of govemo-s of thc American Cotton Manufacturers asso ciation will hold their fall mooting in Greenville during the exposition, j This meeting has been called by Scott Maxwell, president. The per sonnel of the organization include:; the leading nilli men of the south, and many from other sections of the coun try. The executive committee of the ex position has designated the Ottaray hotel as headquarters- for tho 'xhibl tors; and the Ottaray and Impeii-.il hotels as headquarters for the South ern Textile convention which will meet November 4, ? and G. The con vention will hold Its meetings in Cleveland hall. The speakers will Ute announced later. Those who?, attend the exposition here will Include mill nresidents, and other office officials; superintendents, overseers, bosses and ?jen from all departments of the mills. Textile students from Clemson and the Geor gia School of Technology, as well as from other institutions will be on hand. Those schools will havo ex hibits in the show. Several mills will also have exhibits, and a special feature will be the exhibit of wel fare work as carried on by variolas mills of tue south. Each day will feature some particular points of In terest to mill men. This great gathering, the Import of which is scarcely yet recognized in Greenville, was secured as the re sult of quiet effort. At tho meeting of the Southern Textile - association in Birmingham, Ala., last November. Greenville was selected ns the place for the show. Railroads will give* special rates to and from' Greenville for this occasion. Bidnt Raise Him, Here is a little story that was told by Congressman William C. Aadmnon of Georgia, when the conversation turned to natural misunderstandings, says The Phiadelphla Telegraph. A young hom .'wife who lives in a suburban town went to the village tsore to make some purchases: "These chickens look very nice," remarked the customer, .pausing be fore the poultry counter. "How natch are they?" "Ono dollar apiece, madam." was the prompt response of the obliging proprietor. "You can't Hud better poultry for the money In the whole country." "One dollar," thoughtfully mussed the customer, and then adde: "Did you raf se them?" "On, no, madam," waa the hasty assurance of the misunderstanding storekeeper. "That is the same price I offered to sel them for yesterday." also true that our kinsman tn Ger man Poland have acquired a high state of culture and that In agricul ture they have even surpassed the Germans themselves. "So perhsps from a financial point of view we would be better off uniter German rule, but tufa consideration will never bo placed by Poland on a level with her Ideals for self-realiza tion and Independence, and she knows that under Gormany these ideals will have to be buried. "Poland ls therefore still. turning tc the aill?s for the realization of her Independence. Though at present ahe ls utterly helpless, financially , wrecked, torn and destroyed by a war In which lele is forced to fight against Pol??, X ?fiie ?merg?e aa Independent nation, her sacrificed will not have j been la vain." College Students, Attention ! The Daily Intelligencer will make you a SPECIAL RATE For the full College Term. Drop in TO DAY and attend to this matter, because it will be "like a letter from home" to get the Daily Intelligencer every day. All the news, if true, and fit to publish, but not otherwise. DO IT NOW FIRESTONE TIRES Represent the utmost service, safety, mileage and pleasure obtainable from an Auto-Va cat:on trip. ; TODD AUTO SHOP Opposite The Palmetto N. Main. VON III MM: MU.K<; TAKES PETROGRAD KOVNO UAH. WA Y (CONTINUED FROM PACE ONE.) Selklnaka and is attacking tn thc vici nity of Sktrtol. In the south, von Mackensen on both shies of lae Pinlk railroad ts pressing eastward toward Pinlk, and these movements are re sulting in the capture of several thou sand russians. The final objective of tho invaders ts stilt a matter of conjecture, but General liusskjr, thc commandv'rin the northern Russian army declares posi tively, that Ciere ls no danger that Retrograd .il; ill this year. On thc OL', r fronts thcro ls little to report. It appears established that bulgaria has struck a bargain with Turkey, and Premier Radoslavoff, in response to an appeal of the Arme nians, stated that Sofia is now on the most friendly terms with Constanti nople. English newspapers devoted ranch space to the announcement of a let ter b> King George, that England must increase her efforts very great ly, if victory for the entente allies is to be assured. continues in many sectors of the wct urn front. *? The Austro-Hungarian ' sentiment regarding the request of the United States for the recall of Ambassador Dumba is divided, according to in dications supplied by Vienna newspa pers. Ono faction is convinced the ambassador acted without orders from the home government, and the other believes he acted properly. The Rrltlsh parlimanet, which meets tomorrow, will take up the mat ter of Increasing the national income. It is expected the scope of tho in come tax wilt be con s id era hi y broad London, Sept. 1?..-A French state ment says that the artillery action, in some instances of a violen' nature Live on Love. Papa-Why, hnng it, girl, that fel I low only earna $0 a week! Pleading Daughter-Yes; but, dad dy, dear a week passes BO j quickly when you're fond of ono another. Judge. Littlo Chance. J Fran von Schmidt ut Neilin-Otto, when aro we going for our holidays thin summer? Otto-Well-er-there's Turkey Punch. FOLEY KIDNEY PXH SO*.' BACKACHE Kl UM?. 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