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COLUMN WANT ADVERTISING BATE? Twenty-five words or less, One Time 25 cents. Three Times 60 cents, Six Times $1.00. All advertisement over twenty five words prorata for each ad ditional word. Rates on 1.000 1 words to be used in a month made on application. No advertisement taken for leas than 25 cents, cash in ad vance. If your name appears In the telephone directory you can tele phone your want ad to 321 and a bill wllf be mailed after ita in sertion for prompt payment WANTS TYPEWRITERS-300 new, rebuilt, shop-worn and second hand typo writers, all makes $10.00 up. Basy terms If desired. Tell us what you want. J. BL Crayton & Co., Charlotte, N. C. C. C. Dargan, Local Repre sentative. 10-7-18t WANTED-A good farm for one of our customers. If you hav J a farm for sale wo will bo glad to consider lt. Linley ft Watson, (Jno. Linley W. E. Watson.) WANTED-50 to 100 head of first claas, sound mules, 4 to 8 years of age. We are not buying for the war. Want more class, and wliljng to pay better price. The Fretwell Company. 8-22-tf. WANTED-You to know that I am this season handling tho Genuine Tennessee Blue Gem Coal, and not asking anymore for it than you have paid for Inferior coals. I have a stock ot the best wood in town on band. Give me a trial. W. O. Dimer, Phone ?49._ WANTED-Every nous?: keoper in An derson to try a loaf of "Aunt Mary's Cream Bread." It's made at home, and your grocer keepa it Ander son Pure 7ood Co. 8-16-Dtf LOST roane_ns Wednesday, October 6th, between my home and Dr. W. S. Hutchenson's, a pocket book viHi a rubber baud around it, condining $56.00; five ten dollar bills, one (ive dollnr bill, and ono one dollar bill. Return to R. R. Doyel, Anderson R. R. No. 2 and get reward. 10-14-3tp. FOR SALE FOR SALE-Young Jersey cow. Calf six months old. Phone 360. 10-14-lt. FOR HALE-Everything in tho line of fresh fruits that are In season: pears, apples, bananas, grapes, oranges, lemons, cocoanuts, nuts of all kind?, and candles that make your mouth water, and at prices that don't make you sick either. J. K. Manos. FOB HALE-A farm of 131 acres with in one mile of-Little River church, In Abbeville county. Has a good four room house and new ham; 20 . aerea In bottom land and 30 aerea In good cotton land. Also, 98 3-4 a' -en in another place with a house and barn, 60 acr<ts in cultivation. Will aell either place for $20.00 an acre on eaay terms. Addresa W. W. Cllnkscales, Belton, S. C. FOR SALE TO MERCHANTS ONLY Flour, horse, stock, poultry and hog feeds of all kinds, Including hay, alfalfa and cyclone feeding meat; Telllo, and Rising Sun Self Rising flours, too; and at prices to suit G. E. Turner at P. ft N. Freight sta tion. FOB SALE-Am offering a small amount of Peoples Bank stock at a good value. W. N. Walker. FOB HALE-One five room cottage on 8. Main St., alao for aale or rent ono five room house on Nardin Ave. Phone 361 or call on Mrs. O. IL Reid, 638 N. Fant .St. 10-9-Gt. FOB SALE-Onion sets; White Pearl. Bermuda, Prise Taker, Silver, Skin. Yellow Danvers, and Multipliera Thia ia planting season. Furman Smith, Seedsman. FOR RENT FOB BENT-Six room house, with bath, and all modern'conveniences. Saite house '.recently vacated by Dr. Levis Sanders on Calhoun street. Apply to Wm. Brlssey, care Brfsaey Lumber Co. FOR BENT-One furnished front room down ?taira within block ot, the publto square. Will rent to one or two ysung men. Apply to intelligencer Office.- 10-8-tf. MLSOLLANEOUS ? 0. i. COME TO The Luncheonette when you are hungry. We cook anything that ls In season, and we cook it right Ask the man who eats here. Short orders s*ir?d quickly. Oy:>. tars any style. ?Vext door to Union Station. WE ARE PAYING ffO per tun for cot ton seed and sclll.it: bulls at twelve dollars per ton; ot it* * I to $5 per ten. These pricow at ' oar yards. Mart?n Coal ft W?od Co. LEGAL NOTICES .STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, CO?NTV OF ANDERSON. Court of Common Pleas. E. C. Marett. Plaintiff, against Luster Swinger. M. C. Swinger, Jerry Swinger, Lula Swinger, and others, D?fendante. Pursuant to an order of salo grant ed heroin I will sell on alesday in November, 1916, in front of the court house iii the City of,,Anderson, 8. C., during UHuil hourn of Hale, the real estate dcac-ribed OK followK, to wit: All that certain piece, parcel or tract of land situate, lying and being in Ihr State and County aforesaid on tho road leading from Fair Piny to Anderson. ,S. C., nnd bounded hy land? or Sum Glonn, Hob Glenn, H. II. CJymph and Emanuel Hsynle, con taining flfty-nlx and one-half (661-21 acres, more or IPHH, and being a por tion of the Brown lands nnd belnK the sumo land conveyed to Andrew Swing by K. C. Marett hy deed dated the 23rd day of December, 1911, and r.-corded In lt. M. C. office for tho County and Stat J aforcHaid in Deed Foo!: It H It ft, at pnge GIO, reference lo which ls hereby invited ror a bet ter description or said real OHtute. Terms: Cash. PurehuHer to pay extra lor papers and stamps. W. F. NMcholBon, Probate Judge. \ As Special Horerco. TIU'STKK'S SALtT Dy virtue of tho power given me by deed of trust executed to me hy lt. F. Hall th? llfth day of February. 1915. recorded in tho omeo of the clerk of tho court tho twenty-third dny of Fehruary, 1915, in book L L L L, page 473-474. I will sell at public out cry before tho court house door at Anderson, South Carolina, sale day in November, 1915, tho following de scribed real estate, the property of H. F. Hall, to wit: I. All that lot of land, containing 26.57 acres, moro or less, lying on the South Bido of tho rond from Orr Cot ton .Milli-, to Keys Spring, and bound ed on tho North by said road, on the East by lot number sixty-nine of tho said Hall lands, heretofore Hold, on tho South and the West by lands of 8. C. Major, and others. II. All that lot of land, containing 11.18 acres, lying to tho North of th? road from Orr Mills to Keys .Spring, and bounded by streets laid out on the said lunds. being bounded on tho East hy Orr Cotton Mills, on the North by lot number three, on the Wost by street, and on tho South by rond from tho Orr Cotton Mills to Keys Spring. J.H. All that lot of land, containing 12.30 ncres, immediately North of lot last above described, and bounder* iii tho North by lot number two, c i .1 South by the public road wti ::i divides it from the Orr Cotton Mill land, cn the South by street which divides lt frcm lot number four, and on tho WeBt hy street. IV. Also, lot number two, contain ing 11.50 acres, hounded on tho North by lands of Mrs. Nettle Burdine. on the East by road to city, which divides lt from lot number ono and Orr Cot ton Mill's land, on tho South by lot number three, and on the West by street which divides lt from lot num ber five. V. Lot number two, containing 3.66 acroB, cr.oro or less, being In shape a triangle, bounded on the North by lands of J. F. and J. bk Evans, on tho East by Orr Cotton Mill's land, and on the Wost by roao. to tho city of Anderson, which divides it from lot number two. . VI. Lot number flvo, containing 8.52 ncrcs, more or less, bounded on iho North by lands of Mrs. Nettie Bur dine, on the East by street which divides lt from lots three sud two, on the South by lot sold to J. P. Catlott. and on the West by lot sold to J. P. Catlett. VII. Lot number six, containing 3.88 acres, moro or lesa, bounded on the North by street Which divides the land from and sold to J. P. Catlett. on the East by street, and on the South and West hy road from Orr Mills to Roys Spring. VIII. That lot of land containing 19.20 acres, known as the Whit ncr land, lying on Whltnor and Byrnm Creeks, bounded, by landB of Mrs. Net tle Burdine, Mrs. Alathea Orr, Mrs. Kate II. Whltner, W. N. Webb, and By rum's Croek and Whltner's Creek. IX. All that certain lot, and store house thereon, situato at tho corner of Greenville and Ella streets, In the city ot Anderson. 8. C.. conveyed to R. F. Hall by E. 8. Moore by deed dat ed S Juno, 1906, and r^-orded In clerk's office in deed book D D D. p?\ge [672. X. That storehouse and lot situate on South <Main Street, in tho city of Anderson, beginning on South Main Street at the Northern cornor of a lot owned by D. C. Brown, and running along the line of Main .Street 26 feet 6 Inches, more or less, to a corner, thence along the line of storeroom formery owned by S. M. Orr parallel with the line of the lot formerly be longing to John O'Donnell's estele, now owned by D. C Brown, 140 feet. FOB 80RE EYES-We have the Dr. Harris prescription for sore ?ryes gives Instant relief. Owl Drug Co., Phono 636. 10-2-lm. B. W. WYATT, the $5.00 Coal Men is still, on the job, selling the best Block Coal ror the least money, and giving full weight, and prompt de livery. That's all yo a can ask. Phone 182. IN PLACING your are insurance, re member that Frank A DeCamp Realty Company represents only strong, old line companies. Your business will be appreciated. I 10-7-tr. The Two Greatest Pitch erg in World Serie?. Alexander thc Great, pitcher for the Thlllies, shaking hands with Shore of j Tost?n, whom hs beat lu the llrst gamo of the World's Series at Philadelphia. Octohcr 8. GERMAN SCARCITY OF COTTON HUH 060,000 Kates lint Ilellef is Tint lt ls IiiHUiUcient tor ii Yeur. ODD HITS OF SEWS (Paris Dispatch to Kew York Sun.) Lazar? Weiller, whose son has jual won tho war cross In recognition ot his services as aviator, has sent a let ted to Tho Toni ps upon his return from a recent trip tn Switzerland in which he says ho waa ship to ascer tin that Germany ovidently MOS not yet reached tho end of her reserves in men and raw material. German commercial travelora, Mr. Weiller asserts, seemed as numerous as ever in thc Swiss towns, and he ? adds that Germany is still manufac turing moro steel than all tho allies together. "India rubber is scarce in Ger many," he continues. "Tho price la 10 times that lu England. Wool too ID lacking. Cotton will play t:c moat important role. At the outbreak of hoatilitiea all the spinning and weav ing works in tho Invaded regions were tran: rforu into cotton manufac tories, but these and tho works in Ger many proper aro" allowed only one third of tho usual output, and that only for army purposes. "The remainder of the stock is used in the output of munitions. When Prlnce von IAuelow left Rome Miete wero ?00,000 bales lying in Italian ports, chiefly In Genoa. Muesli of thia was sent to Switzerland when a rup ture between Austria and Italy be came imminent. "Thor? aro now 50,000 bales 1n Switzerland, most of the remainder being still In Italy. Imtestir/ation showed that Germany at the end of August possessed 380,000 bales held hy the spinners and 180,000 bales held by the government. It ls doubtful. However, whether this amount will be Bufilclont for another year of "war." Missed Something. Mrs. McGreovt-y waa a dinner guest ono evening -where a noted explorer was the attraction. Being of a somowhat. languid tarn of mind shs paid moro attention to her dinner l'?cn to tho conversation. After din ner was over she turned to one of the guests and asked: "What was that tiresome obi ex plorer talking about?" "Progressive Patagonia," Waa the reply. "Really?" asked Mrs. McGreevey, with audden interest. "And how do you play lt?"-New York Times. Milburn, O.-J. D. Hart exhibited at the couuty fair a pair of stockings over 100 years old. They were marl? by (lils grandmother who picked thc cotton, wove lt Into thread and then knit the stockteg?. During the storm In Galveston in 1900. they were rescu ed with di Mic ult. y and by tl?o merest accident were saved. Beloit, Wis.-<Jlurence Montroy is earning money to pay his way through school by allowing automobiles to run over his body a? tC'lnilc a minute clip. 'P?en he takes up a collection In the crowd. Ile -also 'bends horseshoes in hiB teeth an rt aldo line. Ile was left an orphan when bis father mur dered his mother, sister and brother, and committed suicide. Williston, N. D.-When Kenue'.i'i Jordan, an 8-ycur-ol.d prisoner in the county jail, secured tho keys from the sheriff and opened tho doors telling the prisoners thoy sonld escape, only one of the ' twelve took advantage of tho offer. Thc one who escaped was rearrested. Oiester, Pa.-Wheo William Downs was cnti apped by blue dye in a 'vat which ho was mending, he was over come by fum03 and taken out for deal. After tho undertakers had prorared the body for burial and remivcd lt to Downs' hom??, tho corpse arose on his bed and screamed: "I am not dead, and don't you think I am." Shelbyvillc. Ind.-Ttio Lon Mull farms near Manilla have the record apple. It is sixteen- inches in cir cumference and weighs 26 ounces. Philadelphia. Pa.-U takes fifty cents to commit suicido by tho gas I route in Philadelphia. When Viola] Day grow tired Of lifo, put a pipo on tho gan Jet, dc other end in her mouth and loy down to die, the quarter In the meter ran out. and her Hie was savod, . London, Eng.-English women who I have always looked on the uso of I rougo as bad. taste, are beginning to uso It In large quantities. The mak ers of cosmetics say that worry from tho war is making the women pale and tiley aro resorting to paints and powders in desperation. Her Version. Mistress-From your references, I see you've had four places in the last month. Servant-Yeatn; that shows how much in deland I am. Anderson Tonight, Ladies Free. more or less; thence to the corner of lot formerly owned by Hall and Welch, parallel with Hoe on Mani Street, 26 ff ot S inches, more or less, thence back to the beginning corner '140 feet, moro or less. 4 Terms ot sale, one-third cash: bal ance in one and two years, secured by the note of tho purchaser and mortgage of the premises, with in Vrest at eight per cent per annum, with leave to purchaser to pay all cash. Purchaser to pay extra for papers and stamps. W. H. Bonhnm, Trustee. 10-14-3t-ltaw-3w. Anderson Tonight, Ladies Free. Watch for tho Football "Specials* in Frldny's pupee They will be well worth while. There -will probably be 4 page of them. 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. . y ALLIES DEPEND ON ELEMENTS TO HELP FORGE DARDANELLES London, Sept. 30.-(Associate'! Press Corresponden ?e. )-The hope that the forcing of tho Hardanolk might be accomplished by Hie middle o'. October, when the weather and the tides are likely to become more formi dable, has been often, discussed where over llritish Qfflcera meet. Not tltat there will bo any diminution of effort after that time, but there Is a full realization that conditions will then become far less favorable. An obsorver ,wi :o baa been In tho | Marmor? vicinity for :J? years, making CIOL-'. meteorological records, v/hl?e admitting thal tiie winter h not so agreeable for military achievements. describes what sort of weather may bo expected and rj-ves these genera! observation, In tho Westminister Ga zette. "To those who have rela'lve3 or friends ot the Dardanelles, let them send good strong v.arm stockings for ti ie mea besides the usual waistcoats and mufflers, and ns for creature com forts, sweets, chocolate, and tobacco, especially cigarettes, lt ia the Turks who will suffer from the cold; they cannot stand lt long, and be Irv; fed generally mainly on bread, they have no stamina to meet cold weather. Most of their troops come from warm olimea." November, according to this scien tist, has a cold snap or two generally in the last week, but many people call lt tho most glorious monfv of the year. Tho battle of L?ale Ilourgas was fought fa reo years ago on the fifth, sixth and seventh of that month, in a storm of raging rain and elect, succeeded by several nights of hard fro3t, wlilor caused the death of j many a wounded and neglected sol dier. Another year there was a heavy snowstorm on November 1G-17; yet ofter such setbacks tiie weather us ually recovers and grows warmer. No real winter need be looked for, 1 ho says, till tho middle ci January when there aro ?eavjr snows which havo been known to Ho six weeks, aud with them come thc gales which may make the supply from the sea a difficult task. He polnt3 out that of late years no great cold has visited the Marmora tuough in 181)3 the Gold en Horn from the inner bridge of Con stantinople was frozen so people walk ed about on the Ice, and floes were about for several weeks, this being an exceptional season. Winter is said to have finished always by thc middle of April. That this naturalist ha3 confined bia eh?"wvat!orts to land and not to sea to.!...;! . maj make him more optii>l?s?.0 uLoul tho climate w ich Lie ?riii- h seem to regard as likeiy to increase their difficulties material ly. One writer with the expedition has commented on the general expec tation nthat there win lw vovy' ar duous work for the destroy^ . t-nw !ers and picket boats, as well a ; for the larger ships w.ien the gales be gin to come up out of tiie southwest, and that undoubtedly 13 perfectly un derstood by all In charge of the oper ations. Oh the other hand, tho defenders of tho Straits are making thc most ! of tue weather probabilities to cn- j courage their supporters. For exam ple, tho norlin Lokalanzeiger reports that the Turks are expecting another ! furious attack "before the equinoc- j Hal sturm:-, arrive to prevent abso lutely thc continuance of the cam paign till spring." The same papor says tho equinoctial storms in this region! particularly in the Saroa Bay, are very severe, adding "the allies ap preciate frat even one south storm which is inevitable, will be sufficient to prevent the land:-tr of supplies and ammunition, the transfer of wounded to the ships and the carrying of wa ter to the troops, for only the most powerful ships by tho use of their power can withstand tmo> a setorm aa ovtery winter brings in Saros Bay, whilcthe use of lighters and small boats ls out of the questions tor days or weeks at a time." Anderson Tonight, Ladies Free. Watch for the Football "Specials" In Friday's paper. They win be well worth while. There will probably be a page of them. , - PIEDMONT & NORTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY Condensed Passenger Schedule. Effective Juna 6.1916. Arrivais ANDERSON: Mo. 31.7:88 A. M. ! No. SS.9:35 A. M. No. S li.11:40 A. M. No, 87. .. 1:10 P. UV No. 39.. .. .. .. ?, ...8?40 P. M. No. 41... .. 6:00 P. xi. No. 43... 6:60 P. M. Na 46.. ...10:20 P. M. Departures No. SO.8:25 Ju M. No. S3.8:26 A? SC No. 34...10:80 A. M. No. 38. ..12:10 P. M. Ne, 88..S:SO P. M. No. 40. 4:60 P. M. No. 42. 6:40 P. M. No. 44... 9:16 P. IL G. 8. AUL3DN, SHS^s CASTQRI? ffW?TWSS? S r?r Infanta and Children. B 'imm Mothers Kn?w T?,at B CASTORA Genuine Castoria -scnn?i?HB?] Always X. \ fell^^^?j Bears the /^jf ^^ffl^^^ Signature / ? i F ?c?- Oi)ium;iorpliiiieiiori??c?l| Ul ?k\|i? $H I?OT NARCOTIC. f tjL ?jr ll ? L in Upc*^ayfo^g/W id? USB SS ^^^^ Thirty ?ears Exact Copy of Wrapper. TM?b??TAuiieo??p??v. ?r? ?on? orr?. CAPITOL PARK HOTEL Abwlntely New and Strictly Modem WASH I NGT?N Opposite Capitol and Union Station Q ? Renowned for its High Service and Low, Rates. EUROPEAN PLAN "P I KOOm per day W?hOUtblth $1.50 ?ns sp per day with bath $2.00 ?nd op All Rooms Outside Booklet for the atkiag W. T. KNIGHT. Manager. OMc'iMi ) JE You Need a Tonic There are times in every woman's life when ?he needs a tonic to help her over the hard plac?s. 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Thirty Third De gree. . National Association cf Postmasters of the First and Sec J_J - ? Atlantic Stale Association. Tickets on aale October 15th to 19th inc with return limit October 31st, 191S. For coraplete information? pullman reservation, etc, caS on ticket agenta, or write W. R. Taber, T. P. A, / * J. R. Anderson, Greenv?e, S. C / . / f Anderson, S. C.