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Dr. Lillian L. Carter
212 Bleckley Bldg.
Phone 168. Residence 31Z
Dr. L. Carl Sanders
(Associated With Dr. J. 0. Sanders)
Office Bleckley Bldg.
Residence Phone 149.
Dr. C. Singleton Breedin|
OOicc lu SU Mary's Hospital
Hoursx 8 to IO, 12 to 3 sud G to 9. j
G. GADSDEN SAYRE
405-40? Bleckley BoOdmg
Anderson. S. C
Cojolin, Trowbridge & Suggs
New Theatre Buhftos
W. Wfaifner St
Save Part of
Our happiest mo
ments are when we
foi get self in useful
Save a Dime a Day.
Thousands are using
the Dime P o c k et
Saving Bank and
there is one for you
Bring your watch tr? us-per
haps it needs clcaninr ' we will
make it spick and spa>>. If it is
unreliable we will regulate lt
and make it an efficient time
Prom watch and clock repair
ing, regulating and adjusting on
through tho repairing ot any
and overj' sort of jewelry we are
amply prepared to make-over,
alter or repair any piece of jew-.
elry. cutlery, silverware, watch,
or clock that needs expert at
tention-and our prices aro
very reasonable consistent with
The Gash Jeweler
AT THE BIJOU EVERY
NOSE CLOGGED FROM
A COLD OR CATARRH
Apply Cresta In Nostrils J*
- Opea Up Air Passages.
Ah! What relien "roar ?logge??
nostrils open right up, the air pas
sages of your head are clear and you
can. breathe freely. No more hawk
ing, snuffling, mucous discharge,
headache, dryness-no straggling tor
breath at night, yonr cold or catarrh
Don't stay stued Upi. Oct a small
bottle ot Ely's Cream Balm from your
druggist now. Apply a little ot .this
fragrant, antiseptic cream in youl nos
trils, let lt penetrate through every
alf ir passage ot +he head; tootha and
.heal the swoK?n, inflamed mucous
membane, giving you Instant relief.
Sly's Cream Balm is just what every
cold and catarrh sufferer has been
seeking, t's Just splcnddL
MANY PEOPLE APPEAR IN. ]
TERESTED IN THE
BOOKS OPEN AGAIN
And AU Those Who Wish to Join
Farmers Society Better Do
So at Once.
"Fairfax Harrison, president of the
3orjthcrn railway, and John C. Cal
houn arc among tho new life members
received into the Pendleton Farmers'
society," declared Col. J. C. Strlh
llng, president of the socity, a hus
mees president in the city yesterday.
'Our Hst of life members is growing
la/ily, and our list of regular members
s making a greater stride."
Col. Stribling says that the society
las decided to reopen the books foi
.cceiviug new members for St each,
bo books to remain open for one
A-oek longer, commencing yesterday
norning. "Tho books closed last
friday, but we have received several
-equests for persons to bo taken in
it tho old rates, so wo decided to
brow thc books opon to tho public
or a while longer. Wo havo decided
o throw tlie books open to the public
br a willie longer. Wo have made
irrangements with thc publishers of
.he centennial souvenirs to holl the
looks off tho press for another week,
ind the name.-, of the new members
.eceived during this week will be pub
ished in the souvenir edition of the
nagazlne," continued the colonel.
The special rate for the week is $1,
,vhlch Includes a copy of the history
if the society, the centennial souve
lir magazine and a copy of the pro
:eedlng8 of tho celebration, wfclch
xrUl be put in book form.
"We have made an apporpriatlon
0 engage the services of an expert
stenographer who will take down in
letail the proceedings of the c?l?bra
lion. All of tho speeches will bo
aleen down and transscriLcd and
published in this report, and all re
ports will be taken down ond carried
n the repon*. This repoit wiii 1.. in
:he ?jalare of a second or after celc
l-rntlon san-oii'.r." sa'.c Co!. Sf:.!'>
1'Wo hope that tho number of mem
bers living in Anderson city will be
materially Increased during this
iveek. We of tho society are a least
lilt disappointed because of the few
members we have ra this city," con
tinued Col. Stribling. "Do you
know that it is a fact that the olty
jf New York has more members (han
1 ie city of Anderson; that the city
af San Francisco has moro members,
ind that Seneca lias twice as many
members. Clemson college also leads
Anderson. Mr. J. R. Vandlver is at
the head of our finance committee,
and I am sure that he will gladly re
ceive applications for membership in
Many people inquire how Pendleton
will be ablo to house and feed the
great number of visitors expected at
the centennial celebration. Col. Strib
ling says ti.int the various organiza
tions in Pendleton aro preparing to
serve dinners and lunches and that
temporary restaurants will bo opened.
"Capt. Anderson has again assured
nie that tho Blue F.4dge railway will
operate as many trains as needed to
bring- the visitors down to Anderson
or carry them to other points lato in
tho evening, and will furnish enough
trains to carry them back to Pendle
ton next morning," said Col. Strib
Col. Stribling greatly appreciates
the following letter received from
loton C. Calhoun:
"Owing to absence I am Just In re
ceipt of your very kind letter inviting
me to attend the centennial celebra
tion of the Pendleton Farmers' so
ciety on October 12-llth.
"It givjes me pleasure to accept, not
only on account of the interest I
lake in so old an organisation to
which both my fatfter and grandfath
er belonged, hut the interest I per
sonally take In the development ot the
?grlcultural resources of the south.
"Uniese something unforeseen hap'
pens I shall be with you on the dates
During the past, few days tho fol?
owing named gentlemen have an?
jounced themselves as candidates for
honorary membership in the Farm
sra' society: O. W. Gignilltat, Sene
ca J. C. Stribling, Pendleton; J.
Harper, .Clemson college; B. M.
Anil, Autun; H. W. Tiarra. Clemson
college; W. H. Mills. Clemson col
ega; M. M. Hunter, Pendleton; J.
Sherard, Anderson; Earle Sloan.
Charleston; W. M. Riggs, Clemson
sollege; P. M. Cary, Seneca; F. J.
Pelter, Charleston; Wyatt Aiken,
Abbeville; jasper Adams Campbell,
Hew fork; W, O. Feeley, Clemson
college; Fairfax Harrison. Washing
ton; H. C. Stribling. Liberty, and
lohn C. Calhoun. New York.
Col. Stribling ia advised by Capt.
lohn R. Andersen that arrangement*
lave been made by which the ex
?ibit of the state agriculture depart
ment will be brought from Columbia
.o Pendleton free bf charge.
Forman Smith, the seedsman, ad
rlsed Col. Stribling today that he has
mgaged large store room unarters in
Pendleton during the centennial cele
bration for farm product exhibits.
Hr. Smith says that he will gladly as
sist say farmer tn preparing exhibits
br ?he celebration, and will furnish
-oom free of charge for the exhibits,
rle invites inquiries from tho farm
ers who sra interested.
Geiaberg** Potato Chips Fresh,
ind Crisp Dairy, Phoov Ito. 733.
MEETING HELD LAST , NIGHT
IN INTEREST OF
From Big Concerns in Anderson
and Made Talks to Men-?
Waa Splendid Affair.
Mr. C. M. Guest, tfie paint man,
ind representatives of the Pittsburgh
Plate Glass company and of the Pat
ton Paint company, had a "get-to
;ether" meeting of Ute painters of thc
.?'.ty last night followed by a supper
it the Acme cafe. There were 18
jrcsent and all enjoyed' tho affair very
During tho early evening a meeting
vas ueld in Mr. Guest's store room
when talks were made by D. It.
rial!, traveling representative of the
Patton Paint company; C. C. Brooks
>f the Pittsburgth Plate Glass com
>any; W. M. Newton, manager of the
iai:it department of the last named
jompany and also Mr. il. L. De
dott, representing the paint and var
nish department of the same com
>any. All of these gentlemen talk
id of the paint business, the advan
ages to .bo gained by applying the
>aint and varnish" In certain manners
ind Quantities arid the present out
ook of conditions. All of thc
ipeeches were very helpful and much
After tho speeches the meeting
idjourned to thc Acmo cafe where
i royal supper had been prepared.
This was much enjoyed and tv.e palnt
irs told their many painting ex
>erlences around the table. Mr.
brooks stated last night that he had
>een in the paint business for 15
rears and had never found a better
>r happier lot than Ute painters in
Among fr. ose attending the moet
ng were: C. M. Guest, C. G. Gall
ard. O. Burton, J. Q. Snow, Y/al
er P. Barton, L. W. Pagers, D. F.
:arter, R. D. n roy les, J. P. Broyles,
IT., Joe Fant, W. L. Brown, V. M.
Newton, H. Li. De Mott, C. C.
3rooks. Sheldon Todd, Sam D. Fant
ind ??aster "Tick" Barton, mascot.
MRS. CARRIE McCOY
Died at County Hospital Last Night
Mrs. Carrie McCoy, wife of Mr.
John McCoy, of 201 Pickens avenue,
lied last night at 10 o'clock in the
anderson county hospital after an
illness lasting several, days. Funeral
services will be held today at 3:50
a'clock p. m., at Neal's Creek church,
Re?. H. C. Martin officiating.
Mrs. McCoy was born In the Neal's
Creek section of the county on lJ?e~
/ember 28, 1879 and was the daughter
a/ Dr. D. N. Major. Besides >'.:er
busband sho is survived by . threo
Hons of Veterans Notice.
Tho members of Camp W. W.
Humphries, sons of United Confed
?rate Veterans are requested to meet,
it the court house Ulis afternoon at
I o'clock to attend the funeral of
?heir deceased comrade, C. C. Lang
The Rod Shirt of Italy.
The red shirt, destined to become
so famouF a symbol throughout Eu
rope, was not at first adopted by
jaribald, for any fantastic.or spectac
ular reason. M
The English Admiral Ingram says
hat the red shirt had its origin in
stern necessity and that its adoptior.
ivas caused by the need of clothing as
economically aa possible the legion
:hat Garibaldi had raised tor the lib
eration of Italy. An offer was made
jy a tradesman to supply at a reduced
price a large stock ol red woolen
shirts. This offer was eagerly closed
m. Before many years had passed
:he red shirt became the symbol not
nerely of the legion but of the new
ipirit working for the liberation of
A MERCILESS JUDGE
One Who Skews No Farer.
A merciless judge ls Father Time,
le fore him tbe weak and Ute wanting
jo to thc walL Only the truth can
itand. For years the following state
nent from an Anderson resident has
vithstood this sternest of ali tests.
L. J. Scott, 314 W. Church St, An
icrson, says: "I had *' considerable
rouble from my back and ute kidney
secretions' Were scanty and painful -'n
las?age. I also noticed that the se
ctions were filled with sediment,
dy ' back hurt me and I had severe
?Ins when I stooped or lifted. Dean's
<idney Pills, Utat I got at Evans'
'harmacy fixed me up in good shape.**
Statement given March 17th. 1911.)
On December ?th, 1914, Mr. Scott
aid: "The core I told about In my
omi er statement bas been . perms-'
tent. My kidneys are Itt excellent
nape now and I give Dean's Ki liney
Ulis the full credit for Oils cure."
Prier 50c, at all dealeic. Dont
Imply ask for a kidney remedy-get
Joan's Kidney Pills-the same that
Ar. Scott had. Foster-Mllburn Co..
krop-., Buffalo, N. X.
HOLD MEETING LIVE
ONE NEXT MONDAY, OCT.
4TH IN THE COURT
GIVE OUT PROGRAM
Officers Will Be Elected for the
Ensuing Year and Prof. Har
per Will Made Address.
There will be a meeting of the An
derson County Live Stock association
(jeld in tbe court house on tho first
Monday cf October at 12 o'clock, or
immediately after the nubile sales aro
The program for the day will be
the calling of the roll by the secre
tary, Mr. Ben Aull.
New members will then be record
I mport of the president and execu
Election of ofllcers for the ensuing
Address by Prof. R. L. Shields of
Clemson college on tho livo stock
Industry In this section.
, Prof. J, N. Harper of the expe
rimental station at Clemson college
has kindly consented to tell us
about his visit to the exposition at
I want to say to thc association as
I have been your presiding officer
since Its organisation I would like
to retire and am giving this ont so
you may be looking up a new man.
hoping that we may get one that will
advance the cause and will put more
enthusiasm into the organization than
You elected me In my absence,
showing the confidence you hod in
my ability, for which allow me to
The public is cordially invited and
all those who have slock they would
like to exhibit Mr. Henderson agrees
o procure a lot near the square for
the exhibit, BO bring along your colts,
pigs and cattle of any grade or age
Remember the date, October 14th
S. A. Burns,
In Merwry of V S Smith.
On tho rifth of. July, God in his
tender mercy visited the home of our
frknd and neighbor, and boro away
I the loving husband and farther that
great and happy beyond.
While it is so sad to part with thy
loved one. It Is ? great comfort to
know that he let his light so shine to
brighten the pathway of others. He
always had a word, of cheer for every
one. He is so much missed in tho
community lu which he lived. Mr
Smith was'sick about eighteen months
jbofore his death, but he bore his auf
fcrlng without a murmur. Tho great
est sorrow he had was leaving his
loved ones behind Mr. Smith was
born and raised near Mt. Pisgah, and
lived there, un ti' his mar ric .-re to
Misa Mary Allon. Since then he has
made home near Polzer.
He was fifty-three years of age at
the time of his death.
He leaves besides .a host of friends
ito mourn his death:
His widow, Mrs"! ?Mary Smith, and
four daughters, as follows: Mrs. J
\V. McCuen and Misses Mamie, Edith
and Clara Smith.
The funeral services were conduct
?ed by his pastor, Fnv. J. H. Danner,
after which bia remains were laid to
rost In Big Croek cemetery, near ?
? . 8TA?1DIHQ OP VU CLUBS. ?
? ? ??***?******++*+?*#+
Won. Lost P.C.
Boston. SD 46 683
Detroit.. 86 63 630
Chicago ..-. 88 61 691
Washington. 81 65 fHxi
New York. 66 81 :i4
St. Louis.,. 62 86 il?
Cleveland. 57 92 883
Philadelphia ..... 40 106 274
Won. Lost P.C.
Philadelphia. M 60 589
Boston. 78 66 542
Brooklyn. 78 69 681
Pittsburgh. 71 79 478
St. Louis ....... 70 79 470
Cincinnati. 69 80 46*
Chicago. 70 78 473
Won. Lost P.C.
Pittsburgh. 84 68 571
St. Louis. 85 65 3G8
Chicago. 82 ?4 662
Kanaaa City. 7? 70 530
Newark. 76 70 621
Buffalo. 72 78 480
Brooklyn. 70 80 467
Baltimore. 46 101 813
? WI08SV fcaYOXaxflMU J
At Chicago 7; Cincinnati 8.
At Chicago 6; Cincinnati 0.
At Brooklyn 4; Philadelphia 6.
No other* scheduled.
At Washington 3; Detroit 0.
No others scheduled.
At PKatmrgh 7; Newark 2.
At Kansas City 8; Baltimore 2.
No others scheduled.
4ELD TENTH ANNUAL MEET
ING AT EASLEY YES
VI A N Y ATTENDED
From Anderson and Two Physi
cians From This City Took
Part in Program.
Tho physicians of tho fourth dls
rkt, embracing Anderson, Green
ville, Plckons, Spartanburg. tulon
md Ooonee counties, met in their
enth annual session yesterday at
Ousley and a number of physicians
rom this city attended among them
>elng Dra. J. E. Watson, II. II. H.
Vcker, Thompson, J. O. W?hlte, J.
I. Young, J. D. Townsend. E. A.
lines. J.C. Harris. C. F. F.oss. W.
f. Ashmore and W. H. Nardin.
)r. J. S. Strlbling of Seneca is pren
nent of tie society and Dr. J. R.
foung of tills city ls secretary.
The following program was carried
\ddress of welcome-Dr. J. L.
/alley, president Ptckens county
Renponae-Dr. J. S. StrlbVJng.
?resident Fourth District Medical so
Probloms In Infant Fcoding-D. L.
Diagnosis and Treatment of Gastric
Jlcer-J. W. Parker, Greenville.
Case Reports-J. Haxter Haynes,
Modern Teaching on Physiology of
digestion-J. R. Young. Anderson.
Modern Problems In tho Patient
)r. Carl Voeghtlln, Dletlcan Pollagra
io: pi tai. Spartanburg.
Significance of Laboratory Findings
n Nutritional Diseases-T. ll. Wll
Subject Unannounced-W. A.
Diet in Health-J. L. Valley. Pick
? LANDER COLLEGE ?
? + ?
Lander Collogo opened September
12. Addresses were made by Mr. J.
i*. Widoman, superintendent of educa
lon of Greenwood county, Mr. W.
iV. Dickels, superintendent of Green
vood schools, Col. F. N. K. Balley of
Hailey Military Institute, Hon. C A.
2. Waller, for tho trustees, Revs.
3. H. DeMent, J. D. K?iard, L. P.
tfcGee, and C. T. Young, pastors of
?ie city. Miss Aileen Hammond, wel
x>m?d the new student for the stu
lents and a few words by the, presc
ient closed the eerclsea. Matricula
tion followed the opening services,
ind the largest Freshman class in the
ilstory of tho college was enrolled
ivith a few In the preparatory depart
uent. A good number of old stu
icnts reported, making with V ie new a
record comparing wUh the best years,
lill 1-12-12-14. The shortage or last
rear was more than made up. Tho
students appear to be a fino type of
The classification and schedule
:ommitteo were busily engaged on
Wednesday and Thursday and only
some general work was dono. On
friday, classes wero met regularly
ind on Saturday tho reg it ar schedule
if recitations began.
Tho new teachers have made an ex
cellent Impression and of course, the
>ld were heartily welcomed back.
The Thursday lecture bogan Sep
e ruber 23rd, with an Interesting ad
ircB8 by Dr. R. B. Epting on "How
tn Keep Well," and "First Aid in
Emergencies." On Friday morning,
Hiss Mook told the student body the
? niue of domestic science, anu on
?aturday. Prof. C. E. Tully gave
ike information as to the pipo or
During vacation some repairs and
m provem ents were made on the
mlkiing and campus. All were in
erested in the Palmetto tree given
o the college by Mrs. I. N. 'Ed
vard*. Opposite the college tuero
ian boen erected a new cottage for
.ir. John E- Smith, Gie college guard.
Ibis work was done by Mr. J. W.
dorris, of Greenwood and the house
rive evidence or skillful and* faithful
SHOWS NEW FASHION
fra. Longworth? Formerly Ailee
Roosevelt Appears ia Pantaiette?
(From The Chicago Dispatch.)
Mrs. Nicholas Longworth, who gi.ve
he country "Alice blue" when she
ras Alice Roosevelt, came nito Chi
ngo yesterday in pantalettes. They
rere not net and ruffled and lace
rimmed. ' Instead, heavy skirt ma
erial, with, a wide tuck tn each leg
nd reaching to har ernies.
They would har? been noticed if
ley hadn't been pantalettes, because
liey were longer than the skirts Chl
itgn la wearing. ' A long, heavy
raveling coat, with a broad cloth col
ir and conspicuous for the absence
f fur of any kind, was worn with
tie "skirtlsh"-looldng trousers. Ties
f Uis cloth protruded from either
Ide of the collar and made a warm
not at the neck in case of cold
Mrs. Longworth wore laced low
boes and a hat of straw with a silk
teing and a tailored ornament In
.oat. Her traveling purse waa a
irge, sanare leather one.
The Longworths arrived from the
anama-Pac Inn Exposition. After a
liopptng tour and a walk along
Holligan avenue they boarded the
wentlath Century Limited for the
Fourth Anniversary Shoe Sale
Is On In Full BM
And hundred of satisfied customers and
friends have partaken of the great bargains
which we are now selling to help commemo
rate this happy occasion. Join us! These
values make buying both pleasant and prof
One lot of babies "First Step" shoes in patent, vici, red and
tan, with or without heels, and a soft cap. t??? t\?\
Prices, sizes 1 to 5 75cf S to 8.?)1 sUV"
One lot of bootees, patent vamp, with red top, turn sole
and low heel, worth S2.25, Anniversary ?1 TIC
Sale Price.?Pl?! 9
One lot Extension sole Run metal, blucher shoes for chil
dren, worth M.5o, Anniversary Sale $X 00
One lot black, and tan button shoes, sizes up to 13 i-2 and
worth 'St.75, ?2.00 and $2.25, Anniver- d? f ?JA
sary Sale Price.t|> 1 ,OU
One lot "Lucky School" shoes in gun metal, button, round,
wide toe, medium extension sole and low heel, Anniver
sary Sale Price-Sizes 5 to 8 $1.25, 8 1-2*1 7fi
to ll $1.50, ll 1-2 to 2.A . f ??
One lot "Little Gents" school shoes with hooks, blucher
style and mannish heel, wrjrth ii.50, An- Qf>
nivcrsary Sale Price . . .*D M ?aGV/
GEISBERG BROS. SHOE CO.
Shoes That Satisfy Under Masonic Temple.
"BOB" and "BILL"
"ARE THERE WITH THE COOPS"
---r. i ,
Yesterday, Mr. Bob Robinson stated to an Intelligencer man:
"Now, we ?re prepared to care for all orders with a nicely
selected stock of Fancy ?nd Staple groceries second to none,"
. and judging from appearances, it looks that way, too*
Among the many nice things norv4, wera stacks and stacks
of Fresh, crisp, new cereals of all kat? .; everything m this sea
son's canned goods; Home Made "Honey Drip'* molasses
none better, and few makes as good. Fresh bud.wheat, and an
excellent line of high grade chocolates, fresh from tho manu
facturers; try thom.
"Boh" and "Bill" Robinson
Next Door to the Peoples Bank
Your Child's Eyesight.
There is MORE dang er of your children injuring their eye
sight permanently from poor, or insufficient light. They are.
compelled to study at ni^ht, so why not get ihe E|est li?nt for
Is The BEST and CHEAPEST Light. " V
Southern Public Utilities Company
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