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COLUMN WANT ADVERTISING KAT KM Twenty-five wordB or less. Ono Timo 25 cent?, Three Times 60 cents, Six Times $1.00. Ali advert 'Burnout over twenty five words prorata for each nd ditionul word. Hutes on 1,000 words to be used in a mouth mude on application. No advertisement taken for less than 25 cents, cash in ad vance. if your name appears in tho telephone directory you can tele phone your wunt ad to '121 and a bill will be mailed after its in P aertton for prompt payment. WANTS WANTED-A competent combination bookkeeper und stenographer. Stn' experience and salary expected. Ad dress X. V. 7... care Intelligencer. 9-H-tf._ WANTED-You lo know that I nm this season bundling thc Genuine Tennessee Hine Oem Coal, and not asking anymore for it thuu you nave paid for Inferior coals. I have a stock of thu best wood in town on hand. Give mo a trial. V/. O. Ulmer, Phone ?49._ WANTED-Every bouse keeper in An derson to try a loaf of "Aunt Mary's Cream Dread." Ifs made at home and your grocer keeps lt. Ander Bon Pure Food t'o._8-15-Dtf WANTED-To buy from one hundred to five hundred bushels of country oats at 50c Cash or trade. Tho Fretwell Co. 8-22-Dti FOR SALE FOB SALE-Latest model No. 9 Oliver typewriter brand new. Never out of tho box since received. Address C. C. carn of Intelligencer. 9-15-3t. FOB SALE-Onion sets; White Pearl". Bermuda. Prize Taken, Silver, Skin, Yellow Danvers, and Multiplier?. This ls planting season. Furman Smith, Seedsman. FOB SALE-Single Breakaway Buggy and Harness, practically new. Cheap | for cash. J. F. McClure, Jr.. 211 Webb 81. Phone 843._9-12-atp FOB SALE-Nice five room Bunga low with every modern convenience, and located in a splendid neighbor hood on Webb street. Will sacrifice for quick Bale. J. F. McClure, Jr., 211 Webb St., Phone 843 9-12-Ctp. FOB SALE OK BENT-My home on Hampton stret. All modorn conven iences, garage, barn, servant house. D. P. 8loan. 9-12-3t. FOB SALE-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 of second baud celling. Soc mo at once If you aro interested. J. D. Shankiln, at Tate Hardware Co. WINTER OAKDEN'!-Activity must prevail during September if you would have a successful winter gar den. Furman Smith, Seedsman, Phone 464. LOST LOST-On Tuesday afternoon about 6 o'clock one black watch fob with small white elephant attached, property of Clement C. Hall. Suit able reward if returned to thia of fice. 9-15-tf. LOST-A yellow leather Huit case was lost .Saturday afternoon, which con fained mostly children's clothing. A suitable reward will be paid for the prompt return of nome to J. B. Fel ton, Superintendent of County Schools, Court House Anderson, S. e. o-12-nt MISCELLANEOUS FOR RENT-Houso and 2 acres of ' land and plenty of fruit In lawn ville. Price reasonable. See Mrs. J. E. Wooten, Town ville or T. F. Wright care Davin BroB. Stable, An derson. _?l!^:3vP BENT. COLLECT!Nb' a Specialty. List your houses with me. Houses and ' lots for sale on easy terms. 1 deal with all clients on a Just and re liable basts. Office on the square. W. C, Broadwoll. 9-15-6tp We havo employed ap expert PIANO TUNE lt? who will give prompt and careful attention to orders lett with us. C. A. Reed, Plano & Organ Co.. 314 S. Main St? 9-1-lm. SUBSCRIPTION;, TO DAILY INTEL LIGENCER AT SEDUCED PRICK During the Dally IuteUlgencer con test which cl?seu Mr.rch, 1914, In or der to secure votes to win the cap ital prise, I purchased a number ol subscriptions to the Dally Intelli gencer at the rate of $5.00 a year. In order to get some of the money back which I put Into the contest. I will aell 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 nt a rata ot $1.25 a year to the Semi weekly Intelligencer. If interested, - address P. O. Box 847, Anderson, aa ?-i7tf WHEN YOU can not set right step la cur Optical Department and get Jest the Glasses you need. Complete grinding plant. Eyes scientifically tested. Dr. Bf. H. Campbellt Louisa S. R?genboeker, assistant, IUI W. W<aer St., Ground Floor. LEGAL NOTICES CITATION KOR LETTKh UK AD MINISTRATION. Whereas, Mrs. Bessie M. Durham Diado ?ult io un: KI Kraut him jettera of administration of the estate and ef fect a of Wm. A. Durham deceased. These arc therefore to site and ud moniali .ill and bingular tin- kindred and creditors ol tho ?std Wu.. A. Dur lium. deceased that they muy appear before mu in the rourt, of probate, to in- luid at Anderson c. H., S. C., ou Sept. 251, 1U15 lo show cause, if any, why said administration should not bo granted. w. 1'. Nicholson. Jiulj?c of Probate. Judge of Probate? Sale. SOUTH CAROLINA, COUNTY" OF ANDERSON. Court of Common Pleas. " ? Georgi Mattisen, Plaintiff, against Lizzie UJJJA, KJJU Mattison and otherSi Defendants. .Pursuant to au ..order of t*ule Kraal ed herein 1 will sell on salesday in October. Ii*lf>. lu frout ?it, th? Court House, in th- City ot Anderson, S. C., during Hie usual hours of sale the real estillo described as follows: "All that cert! in tract of land, ri?uated in the county of Anderson. Stale of South Carolina, Willi.nunton Township, containing "fifteen acres, moro or less, bounded by lands of Nelson Matt Ison, Henry .Nelson und John Whit, this beinK a part of tin* iruct of twenty-nine and one-fourth <2!l 1-4) acres conveyed hy Thomas J. Martin to George Mattison. Sr., by deed dated January 21st, 1890. said deed bein? recorded in (Merk of Court's office for the County of An derson. S. C., lu deed book C. C. C. C., at page 52." Terms: Cash. Purchaser to pay extra for papers and stamps. W. P. Nicholson, Judge of Probate as Special* Ref ree. 9-16-St-ltaw. Judge of Probate's Sale. SOUTH CAROLINA, COUNTY OF ANDERSON. Court of Common Pleas. .Mrs. Lizzie Hu ri on. us administra trix of the estate of Miss Jane Lev erett. deceased, l'lalntlfl, against Mrs. Wannie Powell, Defendunt. In obedience to un order of snle granted herein 1 will sell on saleada? in October, 1915. In front of the Court House, In the City of Anderson. S. C.. during usual hours of sale the real estate described as follows: "All that tract of land In Hall Township, Anderson * Cofnty, South Carolina. containing twenty-three (23) acres, more, or less, bounded on the north by the la^ls of T. C. Jack Bon, east by the lands of Harvey I.? von tte, south, by- the lands of Mrs. Lizzie Burton,-and. ?west by? the lands of C. P. Hanks." Terms: Cash. Purchaser to pay extra fur papers and stamps. ~"W. P: Nicholson, Judge of Probate. ?-15-3t-ltaw. Judge cf Probate's Sale. SOUTH CAROLINA. COUNTY OK ANBKRSON. Court of Common Pleas. Katie Henderson. Booker Hender son and others, Plaintiffs. , "" against Kezlch H -.tderson and others. De fendants. Pursuant to ad xjrder of sale Krant ed heroin I wiHseR on aalesd.ty in Octobi v 1915, in front or the Court House In the City of Anderson, ,S. C.,! during thc usual hours of salo the real estate described rte follows: "All that lot of land In the Village nf Wtlliamaton on the Wilson Bridge Road, hounded1 by landa now or for merly owned by Mrs. N. Sullivan and D. I). Mooron And by said Wilson's Bridge Road, containing one-half acre of land, more or> Jess, and being the land conveyed to Margaret Henderson by D. D. Mooro by deed dated Novem ber 12th, 1S97, said deed being record ed tn the Clerk of Court's office for Anderson County In Deed Book . S. at page 29 and 30. Tonus : Cash. Purchaser to pay extra for papers and stamps. W. P.'Nicholson, Judge of Probate as-Special Refreo. 9-15-31-1 taw. NOTICE TO TEACHERS, The regular examination for teach ers will bc held in tho court house on Friday. October lst.t commencing at 9 o'clock a. m. Persons interested aro asked to take notice. J. B. Felton. Supt of Education. Charleston & Western Carolina 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: No, 21 . . .11:15 A. M. No. 5 .... 3:07 P. M. Information, Schedules, rates, etc., promptly given. SESSIONS COURT MAY i ADJOURN DURING DAY ONLY FEW MORE CASES TO BE TRIED AT THIS TERM CASES YESTERDAY Three Were Tried and Testimony in Fourth Taken When Court Adjourned at 6 O'clock. Solicitor K. 1* Smith stated yes terday afternoon that he thought all caaes to bo tried at this term of court would he finished some time during this afternoon and that Befslons rouit would adjourn sine die. This session lin? been marked hy the rapidity with w hie il the ?ases have bren disposed of and also since a number of defendants have enter?'.I pleas of gullly, tills hus enabled the doeket to bc cleared. yesterday morning the first case tried was that of the stat?- versus W. I,. Hubbard, indicted for violation of th? dispensary law. I'hete wire two . .barge;? the first being with Kelling liquor ami t e other that ol Btorlug more than a gallon a mont!.. !''. was found nol guilty on the firai count and guilty on the Infer. Tin- defendant lu the above case was represented by .Mr. H. li. Bag nall while the solicitor did the pros ecuting. It is thc law that if any argument is to lie made in r terence to the constitutionality of an ai t un der which anyone ia to lie ried, it must be done before the jurors an sworn. Accordingly yesterday morn ing Mr. Dagnall argued that t io. gal lon-a-month law ls unconstitutional because lt is dlscrim itory. Solicito1' Smith argued thai the law is consti tutional, and Judge Moore t lied that it is. Then the jurors were BWOin. The next case tuken up was that of w. X. Kelly, indicted fo . obtain ing goods under false pretenses. A verdict of not guilty was returned in this case. .Manly League plead guilty to house breaking and larceny and was sen tenced u> six months at bard labor. Late yesterday afternoon the case of Henry Walker. Indicted for house breaking and larceny, wa? begun and when court adjourned ut (1 o'clock all thc testimony hail been taken. AFTER AIKEN'S SEAT Announcement of Candidate For Congress in lilli!. Conimbia, S. C., Sept. Li.-Fred H. Dominick, assistant attorney gen eral, authorized the statement today that he ls a cand?ate for congress from the third district and will make tho race for tho l>eruocrntlc nomina tion . next ranimer in the primary. Congressman Wyatt Aiken, who has served thc third district several terms, will undoubtedlly run for re election. It is thoug.it that there may be other candidates in tho race and that a warm fight is in progress for the Democratic nomination in Ino third in I'Jlti. CAUSE OF ACCIDENT TO SUBMARINE F i UNKNOWN Honolulu. Sept. M.-Bear Admiral 1 Clifford Joseph Bousc.h, commandant of the Honolulu naval station, an nounced today that although available data obtained by thc examin?t lou cf " tue hulk of the submarine K-4 was in his possession, he waa unable to tell the cause of the disaster which sent the undersea craft to tho bottom here March, costing 22 Uvea. The board of Inquiry appointed to conduct the examination began Its final survey toda yof the battered shell. MOUE COTTON WAS USED 4 THAN IN LAST AUGUST V.'ashington, Sept. lt.-The cotton used during August, amounted to 464,? : M; bales exclusive of linters, as com pared with 383.680 in August of last year. Hottest of Year in Chicago. Chicago, Sept. 14.-Today was thu hottest of the year. Tho thermome ter stood at ninety-two at two o'clock. ?lathing beaches here were reoponed. Sage Tea Darkens Hair to Any Shade Di,n't Stay Gray I Here's An Old-time Recipe That Any body Can Apply. The use of age and Sulphur for re storing faded, gray hair to its natural color dates back to grandmother's time. She used it to keep her hair beautifully dark, glossy and abundant. Whenever her hair fell out or took on that dull, faded appearance, thu* aim-' pie mixture' waa applied with wonder ful effect. / But brewing at home ls mussy and out-of-date. Nowadays, by asking at any drug st*.a for a 50 cent bottle of "Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Com pound." you will get this famous old recipe which can be depended upon to 'restore natnral color and beauty to Ute hair and ls splendid for dan druff, dry. feverish, itchy scalp and failing hair. A well-known downtown druggist nays It darkens the hair so naturally and evenly that noisily can tell It has been applied. You simply dampen a sponge or soft-brush with it and draw, this through your hair, taking one strand at s time. By morning the gray hair disappears, and after another ap plication or two, it becomes beautiful ly dark, glossy, soft and abundant. Rasor's Tonsorial Parlors Are Now Open With the Very Best and Latest Equipment Everything Absolutely Sanitary Hair-cutting, Shaving, Shampooing, Massage, Shoe-shining, Hair-dressing, Scalp treatment Corns and Bunions treated. FIVE FIRST CLASS BARBERS, ONE EFFICIENT LADY HAIR DRESSER, ONE LICENSED CHIROPODIST, ONE "SHINE." Prompt* Courteous and Painstaking Service T nAie* Resn-tv Parlor The ladies "beau*y Parlor" wil) have a 8eP ijaUltD M-?K,a,*JLVy X C&LXKJIL arate entrance, and be completely separated from the barber shop by a partition; and be under the personal supervision of an experienced and efficient lady hair-dresser at all hours. . . The ladies and children may enter therein from the lobby of the Ligon & Ledbetter building at the rear of the barber shop proper, and never come in contact with the gentlemen patrons, and yet they will receive the same high grade tonsorial service and shoe shining that will fea ture this barber shop. OUR MOTTO WILL DE: "Not How Cheap, But How Good" W. E. RASOR - - Proprietor Ligon & Ledbetter Building, North Main St. Hancock's will. Savannah, Sept. lt.-The will ot Elmer N. Hancock, for more than-a ii?c.rter of a century oditor of the Morning Newe, has been filed for n probate, which disposes ot an catato worth practically a hundred thousand. It ia distributed among relatives in Pennsylvania and .VSw Jersey, (PROFESSIONAL CARDS M^mmBm?Wmtmcmsssspwaimsxm^m C. GADSDEN SAYRE Architect 405-406 Blockier Building Anderson* . S. C Chisholm, Trowbridge & Suggs DENTISTS New Theatre,BuiIo5ns W. WbWS*. PIEDMONT & NORTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY ANDERSON! Condensed Passenger Schedule. Effective Jone C.* 1919. Arrivals 31. .. 7:86 A. M. No. S3.i):36 A. M. No. 25.11:40 A. M. Nb. 87. .. 1:10 P. M. No. 3D.3:40 P. M. NO, 41.... .. 6:00 P. M. No. 43... 6:60 P. M No. 45. , ..10:20 P. M, Departures No. 80. 6:26 A. M. No. 32... .. 8;25 A. If. No. 34...... ..10:30 ?, M. No. 3?.12:10 P. M. No. 38.8: SJ P. M. Nc 40. .. .. .. 4:60 P. M. No. 42. .. .\r 5:40 P. M. No. 44. >; .. .. 9:1k, ?. IL O. S. ALLEN. . ?Taille Manage?. Death Mrs. J. W. Saxon. Mr. M. Bi Smith has returned from Wuterloo. Laurens county where he went to attend the funerol of his sister, Mrs. J. W. Saxon on Monday. She; had been an Invalid for several yeal s and died Su ada v morning at the age of 44 year?. Mrs. Saxon was twice married, her first husband be ing the late Jamos. Hawkins of Ab beville county. Two children of this union and two children by her laBt union, ?nd Mr. Saxon survive her. ri.'/' I llflrlSTSJRE GO TAKE SALTS FOR We Should Drink Lots of Water and Eat Less ^ Meaty Says ^ Noted Authority on Kidney Disorders ^^^? RecomiQsnds a Spoonful of lad Salts In Glass of Water Before! Breakfast to Stimulate Kidneys and Eliminate\ m??l the Uric Acid \ Y Uric acid in meat excites the kidneys, they Tiecome overworked, get sluggish, ache, and feel like lumps ot lead. Thc urine becomes cloudy, the bladder is irritated, and you may bc obliged to seek relief two or three tin.^s during tbc night. When the kidneys clog you must help them flush off the body's urinous waste or you'll be a real sick person shortly. At first you foci a dull misery in tho kidney region, you suffer from backache, sick head urhe, dizziness, stomach got? aonr. tongue coated and you feel rheumatic twir.i 4 when the weather is bod. * ?.Eu?, less mc.\t, drink lots of water; also get from any pharmacist four ounces of Jad Salts; fake a &bieapo%.niul ?? a glass of water before breakfast for a few days and your kidneys-wi!! then act fine. This famous' salts is made from tho acid of grapes and lemon juice, combined with li thin, and has been used. for generations to clean clogged kidneys and stimulate;; them to normal activity, also to neutralize tho acids in urine, so it no longer is a source of irritation, thus ending bladder weakness. J,f><^S?,?8 ? inexpensive- cannot injure, makes a delightful effervescent hthia-water drink which everyone should take now and then to keep the kidneysi clean and active. Druggists here say they sell lots of Jad Solu to folks who believe in overcoming ludney trouble while it is only trouble,. . ' .. ' ?