ff ANT ADVERTISING BATE?
Twenty-five words or les?,
One Time 25 oents, Three Times
60 cents, Six Times f LOO.
All advertisement over twenty
five words prorata for each ad
ditional word. Hates on 1,000
words to ho used in a month
made on application.
No advertisement taken for
less than 26 cents, cash in ad
If your name appear?, in the
telephone directory you can tele
phone your want ad to 'A2\ and a
bill will be mailed after its In
sertion for prompt payment.
WANTED-?*.n to IOU head of first
class, sound mules, 4 to H years of
ago. We are not buying for the
war. Want more class, and willing
to pay better price. The Frotwell
" r 1 ?? '
WANTED-You to know that 1 nm
this season handling thu Hemline
Tennessee Hluo Gem Coal, and not
asking anymore for lt than you
nave paid fur Inferior coals. I have
a stock of the best wood in town
on hand. Hive me a trial. W. O.
Ulmor, Phone 649.
WANTED-Every house keeper In An
derson to try n loaf ot "Aunt Mary's
Cream Bread." It s mado at homo
and your grocer keeps lt. Ander
son Pure Food Co. 8-l?-Dtf
FOR SALE-Onion i. ?ts; White Pearl,
Bermuda, Prize Taken, Silver, Skin,
Yellow Danvers, and Multipliers.
Tills ia planting reason. Furman
FEED AND HITCH STABLE-On
East Market street at Cheshire's
stable. W. F. Lanier. 9-21-Gtp
GINNING NOTICE-We are ginning
this year as usual and thoroughly
prepared to give the samo splendid
service as heretofore Pendleton
Manufacturing Co., Autun, S. C.
BENT COLLECTING a Spocialty. List
your houses with me. Houses and
Iota for sale on easy terms. I deal
with all clients on n just and re
liable basis. Ofllco on tho square.
W. C. Broadwell. 9-15-6tp.
We have employed an expert PIANO
TUNER, who will give prompt
and careful attention to ordors left
with us. C. A. Reed, Piano & Organ
CO., 814 S. Main St. 9-1-lm.
SUBSCRIPTIONS TO BAILY INTEL
LIGENCER AT BEDDCBD PRICE
During the Dally Intelligencer con?
test which closed March, 1914, in .
der to secure votes to win the cap
ital prise, I purchased a number of
subscriptions to the Dally Intelli
gencer at the rate ot $6.00 a year.
In order tb get some of the money
back which I pnt Into the contest,
I will aell a limited number ot sub
scriptions to tiio Daily Intelligencer
at the rate ot $3.00 a year to anyone
wishing to subscribe or renew their
subscription to this paper, or at a
rate of $1.26 a year to tho Semi
weekly Intelligencer. If interested,
address P. O. Box $47? Andorson.
WHEN YOU can not see right step In
our Optical Department and get Just
the Glasses . yon need. , Complete
grinding plant Eyes scientifically
tested. Dr. M. R. Campboll, Louisa
S. HUgenboeker, assistant? Iii W.
' Whitner Et, Grcsni Floor.
OUT AND ITCHES
Usa lt like a cold cream and
dry JSoxema eruptions
The moment you apply, bold-sulphur
to an itching or brokT out skin, tbs
itching stops and healing begins, says
a renowned dormatnlofclst
This remarkable sulphur made into a
thick cream effect? suoh prompt, relief,
even in aggravated Eczema, that lt is
a never-anding source of amazement to
For many years bold-sulphur has oc
cupied a secure position in tho treat
ment of cutaneous eruptions by reason
of Rs eool>%, parasite-<Wtroying prop
erties s-jd nothing ha? ever heen found
to take it. place in relieving irritable
and in'lummatory nlT< Hons of ibo akin.
WliUo not always establishing a perma
nent cure, yet ls every instance, it
immediately subdues the itching irrita
tion and b?ais tito Kejsema right up und
it ls often years later before any erup
tion agolji manifests itself.
s>Any goed druggist will supplv aa
ounce of bold-sulphur, which should bo
applied to i,he. ntrVotod parts like the
ordinary co!|| creams # lt isn't unpleas
ant and. the prompt relief afforded is
very welcome, particularly when the Eo
seina is setow pani ad with torturous itch
UISS?ANH flor?: TO ESCAPE
*'ROM (?fr; HM AV (OU HON
(CONTINUED PHOM PAGE ONE.)
land I? anxious lo boat Germany
by voluntary service, but If alie nitiHt
have conscription, Hw country
would have lt.
Germans At Inch Serbians.
Mei Hu. Sept. 20.- T ie war olllco an
nounces an attack by the German
torcos against the Serbians' and saya
the Serbians were driven back.
The German forcea ur<- pursuing
thc Kassian army, which is attemp ?
lng to escape from the enveloping
movement in the Vllnn region. Th?
KusHians ure offering little resis
Miss liessie Fields and Mr. Ray
mond Alvin Lloyd were married on
Sunday afternoon hy Mr. J. J. Major,
notary public, nt his residence. Tb"
fornir gave her residence as being nt
tho Equinox mill and Hw latter itel'
NOTUCK TO TEACHERS
The regular examination for teach
ers will be held in tho court house, on
Friday, October 1st, commencing at
9 o'clock a. ni. Persona interested are
ashed to take notice.
J. B. Felton,
Supt of Education.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
COUNTY OF ANDERSON.
In Court of Common Fleas.
Simeon T. Harrison, in his own
right and as administrator of the es
tate ci Estelle Berry Harrison, de
Joo Berry Acker, Cora Brown.
Robert Williams and Annie Williams,
To tho Defendants, Joe Berry Acker.
Cora Brown. Robert Williams and
Annie Wi ll h.ms :
You aro hereby summoned and re
quired to answer the complaint In this
action, which la filed in thu office of
tho Clerk of Court of Common Pleas
at Anderson C. H., S. C., and to servo
a copy of your anawer to the said
complaint on the subscriber ut his of
fice at Anderson C. H., S. C. within
twenty days after the service hereof,
exclusive of the day of such servlco;
and, If you fail to answer the com
plaint within the time aforesaid, the
pluinlifr in this action will apply to
tho court for tho relief demanded in
J? L. Sherard,
Anderson, 8. C., Sopt, ll, 1315.
Jas. N. Pcarman,
C. C. C. P.
To tho absent Defendant, Robert Wil
liams: " *- * jg
You will toke Hfcottco^yint thc smh
mona and complaint in tho above en
titled action were flied In thc office of
the Clork of the Court of Common
Pleas for Anderson County, South
Carolina, on the ll th day of Septem
J. L Sherard,
Anderson, S. C., Sept. ll, 1915.
Charleston & Western
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PIEDMONT A NORTHERN
Condensed Passenger Schedule.
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C. a ALLEN,
?raffle Mannt* .
ALBERT S. JOHNSTONE
WAS FAVORABLY IMPRESSED
WITH THINGS IN THIS
Are Made aa to How Conditions in
Jails, Chaingangs and County
Home Can Be Bettered.
Albert t?. Johnstone, secretary of
tho State ISoanl of Charities and Cor
rections, recenty Inspected tho city
nd county Jails, the two chair.gar
and the county home as a part of tho
work the board ls trying to do In the
way of a preliminary survey of the
penal, charitable und correctional In
stitutions of ttio state for tho consid
eration of tho 1916 legislature . Mr.
Johnstone has written the following
for.The intelligencer regarding his
"I found," said Mr. Johnstone,
"that those officials with whom 1
name In contact were Oestrous of im
proving tho condlll ""H of their
plants. Tliis Ia typical ot the re
sponses we ure getting all over the
Chief Summons and Capt. Bell
showed Mr. Johnstone through thc
city Jail where he was told that the
average number of prisoners is only
three, the maximum twenty-eight, and
the normul capacity sixteen to twen
ty, lu tl ie white cells, steel bunks
attached to the walls are provided;
in the negro straw ticks are used
"Under present conditions the Jail
is very hard to keep clean," said Mr.
Johnstone. "Apparently there is not
provided sufficient Janitor service as
I was told the rooms had hoi been
cleaned since Saturday-I visited them
on Thursday-and Mat they were
swept only when the janitor was avail
able trom i.:is other duties. Three of
the four rooms occupied by tho mfr
groes have only one window each, thu
sun rarely gets into these cells, espec
ially those corners whore the pallets
are; nono of tho windows or doors
ar? screened, despite the fart that the
stable used by the horses of tl.ie fire
department Is only a few feet fro.n
the negro cell house. Tho white
quarters aro especially well ventilat
ed; keeping them clean would be
much easier If the steel portions wore
raised about an in::h from the floor
so that tho hose could bc turned on
and tho water bo drained" off Instead
of mopped out aft ls nocessary now."
Accompanied by Sheriff Ashlej the
secretary visitt il tho county Jail. Thu'
sheriff stated that because bis jailor
hod been- out ol town several nlays
attd cou rr bad just ended conditions
at the Jail were not normal. 'Mr.
Johnstone \ said that though, small
this Jail is one of the better Jails
of tho state Ttie women's quartors
ave entirely separate from the mens',
and the negro men occupy one pier
of cells, while the white men occupy
another, in large room some thirty
feet long, twenty-five feet wldo and
twenty-five feet high. Tho sheriff's
quarters are crowded; his Ja.c-i
sleeps la the Jail office; and the stol *
(fiat would ordinarily be put in a pan
try, are kept nut on tho back porch
with no protection from beating rains
except such as ia afforded hy sc- 'ca
ed lut tic?! work. There ls no pan
"There seems to be a real need for
a padded cell and for a hospital room
for. pollagTlns. Certainly there
ought .to be a detention room of some
sort to, isolate contagious cases, to
coanrfy with the, Btato law. Dotter
bathing facilities aro needed. A
shower bath boro would be much bot
ter, especially os tho tub looks into
the jailor's u??ice below. Thc white
and the negro women now have to
use the some tub. The south corridor
in the men's section has a drain pipo
over- whirfi a shower could be built.
This would .be much cleaner than the
tubs can possibly be."
The chaingangs both use tents with
dirt floors. Under these conditions
lt is practically ispossihlo to keep
the bedding clean. Tho unusual
quality of the supervision, howovor,
is" in dented by the fact Sat in Capt.
McConnell's gang aro 45 prisoners, ot
whom 19 are trusties; in Cupt. Cook'r
gang are 4!? prisoners, of whom 21 are
trusties. Each gang has a foreman
andi but two days guaro**. "In my ex
perience thus far," said (Mr. John
stone, "I recall no gan;, g that have
such a large percentage of trusties
and so few guards. This would indi
cate good management above the or
dinary. Ead.i camp reported one es
capo tn 1918. The trusties wear solid
suits, not convict stripes. ' In Mc
Connell's gang, he told me, thc men
do not sloop la their day clothes, but
romove them and sleep in under
shirts provided for that purpose
Thia ta one of the few gangs I have
found where this ts done."
Supervisor King took Mr: ' John
stone to the county thorne also where
he found things in pretty good condi
tion. Supt. Mushy showed him
through. Something of the problems
of this Institution ls indicatod by the,
following: There are 44 Inmates; 1?
negroes. 23 whites. It is estimated
that 60 per cent of each race ls illi
terate. Nearly all are old, and only
ono waa reported as able bodied.
Two of Nie women esme to the home
to giro birth to children; six females
are considered feeblo minded: one is
epileptic. Two or the medea are
epileptic; several are pellagrlns and
one is tuber*. *tlar. Out with al? this
Mr. Busby has an Institution that ls
above the ordinary In attractiveness
and cleanliness. One ot the inmates'
rooms was well nigh spotless. On the
whole Ute people .seemed to be con
il - .
? STANDING OF TH S CLUBS.
I ' ! 111 i 11 ;. 11 : ! 111
Memphis . .
Atlanta .. .
Little Kock .
Nuntin i u.
Won. Lost. P.
Booton .. .
Detroit .. .
< Chicago .. .
New York .
St. Louis ..
.. .. 0?
.. .. 90
.. .. 02
Chicago .. .
Boston .. .
St. Louis ..
V York .
. .. . 79
Pii bago. 76
Kansas City. 71
St. Louis. 76
Baltimore .. .. ... 45
?* Tl ST*'KD A Y'S RESULTS. ?
At P.-.'.'adelphla 6j Cleveland 4.
At Philadelphia 3; Cleveland C.
At New York 3; Chicago 2.
At Washington 6; St. Louis 0.
At Posion 3; Detroit 2.
At Philadelphio-St. Louis, postpon
At ITiicago-New York, postponed,
At Pittsburgh 1; Brooklyn o.
At Cincinnati 4; Boston 1.
At Kansas City 2; I'.rooklyn 10.
At Pittsburgh \;t Buffalo 2.
At Chicago-Newark, postponed,
Sont horn League.
At Chattanooga 2; Atlanta 1.
At Memphis-Mobile, postponed,
t Nashville-Birmingham, called in
fourth, rain. ,
Only throe scheduled.
To the Public
"I fee? that I owe the manufacturers
of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy a word of grati
tude," wrltca Mrs. T. N. Witheratl,
Gowanda, N. Y. "When I began tak
ing this medicine I waa In great pain
and feeling terribly sick, duo to an
nttnek of summer complaint. After
taking a dose of it I had not long to
waR for relief as . it. benefited mo al
most immediately."' For' sale by all
Officer (to boy of; 13 who, In his
offert to got taken ?on aa a. bugler,
has given Iiis age na 16)*-i-'4Do you
know where boya go who toll Hes?"
Applicant-"To the front, air."
Biliousness and Const - Mon
It la certainly surprising tv?; ???
woman will endure tho miserable feel
ings caused by biliousness and con
stipation, when relief la so easily ha'
and at so little expense. Mrs. Chas.
Peck, Gates, N. Y., writes: "About
a year ago I used two bottles of
Chamberlain's Tablets' and they cured
mo of biliousness and constipation."
For Bale by all de acra.
Many a large ides originates in a
Uric Acid in Meat
Clogs The Kidneys
Take a Glass of Salts If Your
Back Harts or Bladder
If you must have your meat every
day, eat it. but (lush your kidneys
with salts occasionally,- says a noted
authority who tells us that meat
forms uric acid which almost para
lyzes the kidneys in their efforts to
expel lt from the blood. They become
sluggish and weaken?; then you suffer
with a dull misery tn tho kidney re
gion, khnrp pains in the beck or sick
headache, dizziness, - your stomach
sours, tongue ls coated, and when the
weather. Is bad you have rheumatic
twinges. The urine gets cloudy, full
of sediment, thc channels often get
sore and Irritated, obliging you to
seek relief two or three times during
To neutralize these Irritating acids,
to cleanse tho kidneys and flush off
the body's urlnoua Wasts get four
ounces of Jad Salts from any phar
macy hero; take a tablespoonful in a
glass ot water heforv breakfast for a
fow dava and your kileys will then
act fino. Thia famous salts' is made
from tho acid of grapes and lomon
juice combined with llttala, and bas
been used fe. generations to flush ?nd
stimulate sluggish ktdneys, also to
neutralise the acids In urine, so It no
longer Irritates thus ending Wedder
Jad Salta ls inexpensive; cannot in
jure sad makes a delightful efferve
scent Uthia-water drink.
What Do You Do?
When yon buy Paint for I'ro
toot ion a-n-d lt fail? to protect''
Um-that's the question. Eli"
When you buy it from Dugs J,
you KNOW that you will R?I
i'aiut Protection or I'aiut Sui
How about the Mail O^l
house, or Home Unreliable con
Anderson Paint &
132 North Main Street.
I" .one 647.
Secret of success.
Are you saving your
Vitally Important! You
New accounts added
Wive us a fhare of your
Start now. join thc
army of savers.
The Savings Depart
Bank of Anderson
The Strongest Bank
in the County..
AT THE BUCK
And Be Free Fm Her Troubles,
bot Finds Better Way.
Colombia. Tenn.---'Many a time,"
says Mrs. jessie Sharp, of this place.
"1 wished I would die and be relieved
ot my Bullering, frorr womanly troubles.
I could not get tm. without pulling at
something to .?*??', ?nd stayed, in l>cd
most of th:: i? . * could not do ruy
The least an ?ml ol work tired me
out. My head would swim, and I would
tremble for an hour or more. Finally. I
took Caro, i, the woman's tonic, and 1
am not bothered with pains any more,
and 1 don't have to go to bed. In fact,
1 am sound and well of all my troubles."
Cardui goes to all the weak spots and
helps to make them strong. It acts with
nature-not against her. It Is for the
tired, nervous, irritable women, who feel
as if everything w?re wrong, and need
something to quiet, their nerves and
strengthen the worn-out system.
If you are a woman, suffering from any
of the numerous symptoms of womanly
trouble, take Cardui. It will help you.
At all ihuggists.
Writ* te: Chatt&ncof* Medicine Co., Ladies'
.tdrleory Dept. Cruuianoocre, Tenn., for ?>KI?J
imthrvettoni on your cateena 04 pe?e book. Home
Tnetmeai tor Worsen." tn ptein wrapper. U.C. IBS
YOUNG MEN ARE
and that explains tn Use*' why
wr^^nder the linen of the
, ot the young mea Ia
- stylish domestic finish,
o ftM rfeet shaping of each
pu^y JO it shirt, collar or coff,
aad oar willingness and abil
ity to do wara *la a harry"
when needed-ls reason enough*
for them, and will be fer yea,
If yon try i?s anee.
Of Business Cona
. ALL THESE FIRMS B
Cut This Out and Pas
AUTO REPAIRS I
CENTRAL GARAGE-Tires and
Repairs, 216 S. Peoples St.
C. H. E. ORTMANN-City Bak
ery, 3()8 S. Main St., Phone 40.
COX STATIONERY CO-Sta
tioners and Printers, N. Main
St., Phone 268.
J. S. FOWLER & CO-W. Ben
son St., Phone 534.
THE LUNCHONETTE CAFE
Lunches, Short Orders and
Meals, Next to Blue Ridge
Depot'; Phone 323.
ANDERSON CLEANING AND
PRESSING CO.-Have y o ur
winter suit or overcoat clean
ed and repaired,-made new
Representing Ford Tailoring
Co., Chicago, 212 1-2 S. Maiti
St., Phone 767.
COAL AND WOOD
MARTIN WOOD & COAL CO
Coal, Wood,, Cotton. Seed Meal,
and Hulls, Blue Ridge Ry.
Yards, Phone 173.
JOHN A. AUSTIN-C h i n a,
Crockery, Glassware. Eas!
Benson St.. Phone 531.
EVANS PHARMACY - Main
Store, Phone 522 and 528.
EVANS PHARMACY-Store No.
2\ Phone 258.
EVANS PHARMACY-Store No.
3, Phone 330.
MAULDIN ELECTRIC CO
Electric Supplies and Contrac
tors, 311 Main St., Phone 317.
ANDERSON FLORAL CO-Cut
Flowers and Potted Plants,. 533
Marshall Ave., Phone 911.
ANDERSON GAS CO-412 N.
Main, Phone 844.
B. B. HUTTO-Grist Mill and
Groceries, 30t E. Whittler St.,
IN FULL G
Shaving, Hair Pitting, Shanq
LADIES BEAUTY PARLOR,
The Ladles department, whi
separata room, with Mrs. Raso
charge at all times.
Our Motto:-Not *~
W. E. RASO
zrns of Anderson
Y PHONE FOR QUICK
te Near Your Phone.
ANDERSON CASH GROCERY
CO-Fancy and Heavy Groc
eries, Feeds, 113 S. Main St.,
Phones 214 and 215.
E. E. ELMORE-Fancy and
Staple Groceries, 209 Green
ville St., Phone 56.
W. H. HARRISON-Staple and
Fancy Groceries, Feeds, 1o5 S.
Main St., Phones 274 ?nd 275.
IDEAL GROCERY CO-Fancy
and Staple Groceries, N. Main
St., Phone 471.
MANNING & GLENN GRO. CO
-Fancy and Staple Groceries,
219 S. Main St., Phone 167.
WM. MENEFIELD-Fancy and
Staple Groceries, 1103 N. Main
St., Phone 135.
J. M. M'C?W??-- Fancy and
Staple Groceries, Feeds, 3o6 S.
Main St., Phone 22.
R. i\ QUARLES-Fancy and
Staple Groceries, Meats, Dry
Goods and Notions, 505 E.
Market St., Phone 841.
WEBB & WEBB-Fancy and
Staple Groceries, 141 W. Whit
ner St., Phones 264 and 265.
GROCERIES & MEATS
S. W. WILLIFORD & CO
Fancy and S'.ipic Groceries,
Fresh Meats, 318 S. Main St.,
S. A. M'COWN-Shoes, Staple
and Fancy Groceries, 123 E.
Whittier St., Phone 512.
ANDERSON HARDWARE CC*
Shelf and He?vy Hardware, E.
Whitnef St., Phone 253.
SULLIVAN HARDWARE CO
General Line of Hardware, 210
S. Main St., Phone 62 and 261.
ANDERSON STEAM LAUNDRY
-Launders and Dry Cleaners,
120 Earle St., Phone 7.
FRANK DOBBINS SANITARY
MARKET-Fresh Meats, Fish
and Oysters, 134 E. Whitner
St., Ph. ne 755.
J. F. HOFFMAN-Meats, Fish
and Oysters, 311 S. Main St.,
D. GEISBERG-Ladies Ready-to
Wear Clothing, Millinery and
Dry Goods, 113 E. Whitner St.,
THOMPSON SHOE STORE
Mens, Boys, Ladies, Misses and
Childrens Shoes, 103 Main
St., Phone 561.
WORKS-Auto Tires and Tire
Repairing, 108 N. McDuffie St.,
>oomg, Massage, Shoe Shining.
Hair Dressing, Scalp Treatment
Se m the same beding, is m a .)
r and aa Expert Hair Dresser in
w cheapt but how good
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