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UNION SERVICES AT CEN
TR AL PRESBYTERIAN
Drafted By Dra. White and Frazer
Adopted By Rising Vote
Tho union Thanksgiving services at
Central Presbyterian cliurcli held yes
terday morning at IO o'clock wero well
attended, tho churtli boiug crowded.
Th sorv?cc? wer? begun by a prayer
Of/?red by Dr. W. H. Frazer, pastor
ot tho First Presbyterian church.
Aftor this prayer, Mr. C. B. Karie
rend President Wildon's ThankBgiv
in,T proclamation, which was followed
by .\lr. J. L. Sherard reading tho
proclamation of Governor .Manning.
Tho jennon was preatued by Dr.
John ES, White, paator of tao First
Baptist church, his text being, "Dless
cd arc tao meek, ?or they shall in
herit tho earth." Matthew V-5.
When Dr. Waite had finished tho
sermon tho following r?solutions were
read by Dr. Frazer, which had boen
drafted by iho ministerial union, fol
lowing .upon Mr. liryan's lecturo last
Friday evening. Tho resolutions
were adopted by a rising vote. Dr.
F. Dlvver expressing a dissenting
vole in a short talk. Aftor the reso
lutions were adopted, tho benediction
was pronouued by Dr. J. M, Gar
rison, pastor of tho Associate Re
formed 'Presbyterian church.
Tile resolutions follow:
As Christian citizens assembled un
der tho 'proclamations of the president
uf tho United. States of . America and
tho governor of Soull 1 Curolna and
representing tho Baptist, Methodist,
Presbyterian, Christian, and Associate
Reformed Presbyterian denominations
of Anderson, wo desire to give ex
pression to our conscience in the fol
First. That on this day of national
thanksgiving wo earnestly avow our
faith ot tho Lord Jesus Christ and our
obligation to seek His guidance and
oboy His spirit in all things. We bc
llevo that his, 1B the primary impulse
and point of view for Christians In all
tho relations of thoir HvifS, even as
Ho has commanded "Seek yo first
tho klngdcot of God," and oven as
Ho taught us to pray, "Thy king
dom w?io and Thy will be done on
earth as lt la; In heaven."
Second'. That we are confident lu
the conviction t/.ut tho spirit, precept
and example of Jesus Christ, re
quires tho Christians of this country
to pray aud work for "Peaco on earth
and good will among men." and
thorcforo to stand as Christian cJU
zoas for those policies cl government
which make'for "peaco on earth aud
good will among men," and against
those policies of government wfctdch
make for enmities and the spirit ot
war among men, especially among our
selves' aud the mon ot our own coun
Third. That, therefore we pr o te ot
against the.natlon-wtde. propagando
now being organized, aud powerfully
carried on to stampede tho people
with alarms, designedly agitated lo
create publie fear and resentment to
,wrad other people who need our
' ; . . friendship. In ordor to launch Hals
nation immediately upon a vast mili
tary course, from which, if once'be
gun there can be no turning back.
Fourth. That wo contemplate with
shame and dread tho forfeiture of the
Christian Ideal of this nation Involved
in '.l 'a success of a propaganda of
Jingoism. It means necessarily thc
abandonment of the noble x-ositlon our
country ossuniei only fifteen mouths
ago, of mediation and brotherhood
toward tho war bi Europe, and ' lb-',
stead ot (reducing will stimulate abd
encourage:mtlltarlam among tho na
tions which aro already cursed so
hideously. It v iii mean the addition
of. iAroorlca to tho worlds catumliy
and tho subtraction of America from
Hie worlds hope.
It means, we believe, ? monstrous
waste of wealth which could be turned
to good Inetoad of evil. It moans
tho lncreaso-of ?taxation upou eveiy
citizen. It means .military repression
.for labor, military exaction for 'capt-.
V;1 tal, and military burdens .for all
. And lt means tho organization and
endowment of an activo military caste
in this country.
. Wo cannot bollevp Our people will
rilow themselves ivu into thia sudden
shift ot our nation's attitude toward
the world and tho reversal'of the es
tuu?rah?d non-military policy of tko
vopubllc which has. so distinguished
:"? America aittonw the . nations of the
earth. We cannov hi?llevo our Chris
tianity will thus ) cVivUpIo up as eas
ily a? ; European ChiNstlanlty did at
jzo d?onand ot, ,the w*> lords.
Fifth. Tbsrefore witb "?trong con
virti??' and resoluto convince wo
wish to rOcoW and publish to our
representatives in congress pur pro
?s^ ; against anything .more tbpn the
- "normal increase Oyo* and ?boye the
V : pr?sent appropriation for army and
: navy which provides already tor larger
... increases over former yeara^and par
', ticu'iarly to protest against ' the fa
bulous apprbpristlon ot flv<? bllllohs
. of dollars to set. up in i Ivo year* a
" militan' regime tn this nation.
. Wo petition our president and *'ta?
. congress to renew effort for p?f,co oa
earth and .?rood will among mi/? ' in
Europe, and bend tkfc cutir?. eijjefcfcrV'
of tho enginery of destruction^b^.to
human ht?tory, not to thc ela'oore^ton
of tho enginery of destruction but. to
tho working out in bore^mion with
other governments ol a 'planiVP?.'.in
ternational organisation, which shall
world tragedy imsotaibio.
TEAM BEATDUE WEST
GAME DEVOID FEATURES
EXCEPT FUMBLES AND
And it Wa* Walkover for Local
Lads-Score 20 to 0, Three
Touchdowns, Two Goals.
In a one-sided ?ame of football,
marked by many fumbles and 111 tim
ed plays, tho Anderson btgb '.'''lido!
defeated Duo West nigh school yester
day morning hy tho score of 20 to
0. The local team outweighed the
visitors and showed more training.
Before tho game started t):e visitors
claimed they had conic herc to play
tho scrub team, but this was evident
ly a misunderstanding. The scoring
was done in the first, second and lust
quarters. There were three touch
downs, am' two goals.
Tho Anderson team did not show
up as well as in former games und
tba boys appeared to ho out of prac
tico. 'Numerous forward passes wero
attempted but failed. Heretofore tliey
have boen working this play io per
fection. Todd, Harton. Eurie Danltls,
Smith, lt., SmKh. IV., and Sam
Jones featured for Anderson. For
tho visitors Todd and Agnow played
decidedly the better ball.
Considering thc weight of tho Duo
Wv. ;t team the boys put up a good
gamo against tho local team, but lt
was known from (l?.<e outset that An
derson was too heavy for them.
FOR LIME FROM AMERICAN
BALLAST COMPANY IN
Last Night From Knoxville andi
State That Instead of Having 8
Counties, Entire State.
.!.<*. Fur ni an Smith returned last
night from Knoxville, Tenn., whoro
he had spent tho past few dayB on a
business trip end Drated to an In
telligencer man that he now has tho
Btato agency for dlstrlb?tlnf' lime for
tho American ballast company. Sev
eral weeks ago it was announced tliat
Mr. Smith ti.?d tho agency for eight
counties: Since that, time the com
pany hao offered Mr. Smith the agency
for th? entire stato und .-after talking
things over ' with thean, he decided
to accept it.
Mr. Smith will aell only agricul
tural Juno. Within (KU? past flew
years '?the farmers hove begun :to
realizo tho great value of slack lime
as a fertilizer and ..oil builder .and
they are beginning tb'uso lt. ix te naive
ly lh some sections, especially in pre
paring land for alfalfa.
Mr. Smith etated that the Amer)
can> Ballast company owns 800 acres
of land around Knoxville and on parts
of this land they:are demonstrating
the advantages ot limo ac a commer
cial fertilizer. Mr/ Smith . further
stated that this company baa a vi.ooo.
.000 ?plant and that 800 people were
employed ia it.
! Bo Kl aw rind Erlanger'a Pro
duction of *^e/IVai? of the
Lonesome Pine," Bec* 1?.
. "Tho next ebbw that T have booked
at tho Anderson will' bo "Tho Tf?il
of the Lonos?mo Pine," avith Ely
O'Connor, ' KU;w and Eriangor'e fam
ous success from tho novel by Eugene
Walters. TMs attraction will appear
on December 10. In tho' meantime,
I hope to bb able to socoro one br
twp oiher chows, but thia may bo int
possiblo." I believe this show will
draw a largo attendance in Anderson,"
?tated Mr. Trowbridge.
'When asked about his attractions,
fer OhrlBttnab week,, Mr. Trowbridge
stated? that ho was* trying to get "Mil
lion Dollar Doll." for Christmas Day.
This is a musical comedy and lt ls
said that they carry a Well trained aa
well aa a large-cfivorus.
.-, - . ,- ;.
Key. J, TiV MannV?pi>o|*tmenl8.,
Rev. J. T. rMann will 'ptench at
I^Sfmt? ; Creek church : - n?At/tAmm
?morning ii o'clock.
All members , are ' Urged tb attend
I as tito church will probably oall a
pastor on that day. At 2:30 'j&9?fc?*
on same day Mr. Mann will preach
?ai Eureka. . :'\ ; ??
;\Preaching at J?onatotn Creek.:
Rev. John. B. Whit?, D. D , pas
ot ; tbb JFlrat Baptistchurch
preach at Sfountain Creek Sunday
MrnhaiLat;ai3&.. -The oublia is .
Invited to this service. ^
We are just in receipt i
from a concern that fail
in New York, so we ar
fortune. Read these S]
possibilities here for yo
Just received from our New Y<
to $18.00 the world over, to cl
lot. . . . . . . . . . .
39 Mens pure all wool thro
through, other stores ask $1
$20.00, our price for Sature
20 doz. Mens Worsted an
meres pants worth $1.25 Satin
6 doz. mens all wool worst
in all colors and stripes worth \
$3.50 for Saturday and Monda
49 pair Mens all wool blue st
brown striped trousers, worl
S3.00 to $5.00 for Saturday a
40 doz. mens heavy derb;
shirts and drawers worth 5oc
day and Monday 38c each, 2 f
5 doz. Mens heavy all woo
shirt worth St.50 the world c
Saturday and Monday.
20 doz. Mens extra heavy
flannel drawers worth 50c fo
day and Monday?.
47 Mens suits in pencil stripi
wool Cassimeres, drummer's
no two alike, worth ?10.00 tc
Saturday and Monday.
Mens working Shirts, worth
Saturday and Monday... I*..
39 Boys All Wool Knick
Suits, sizes 3 to 8, worth gij'|?
day and Monday.
29 Boys all. wool Norfolk S
bargains at $3.50, Saturday a
? 29 Boys- all- wool Blue Ser;
sizes 10 to 18, the world ove
Saturday and Monday ......
19' Mens extra hei;vy" rr
coats in 'all stripes and color:
ask .$7;50 our price for Satur
17 Boys heavy mackinaw cc
12 to 17, worth $5.00 Satur
Monday ; .
26 Boys heavy overcoats
worth up to $5.00 Saturday a
49 Mens heavy black rai
overcoats worth $10.00 for :
hGermeo Scientist? find Sn ?rn j- tn (Tel.
' '. lulof d .Wwte:*].
Frankfort. Germany, Nov. 25.-In
thoaearch-for. food substitutes scien
tists Iha'vo discovered; that the wai.?sse
of celluloid factories t?rbugkont Oar- !
many contains spine : S0t),0|)0 tons s ot
organ lo substancei Vitii from 10 tty. 12
per cent of sugar.
* Tho relatively "high cost of extract
ing this sugary sub?taneo has hereto
fore stordib tho way oz making uso of
tho wastage. Now that prices have
soared; upwards, however/ a serious
effort is being made to preserve j it,
.even- >xt considerable^expense, and use
it In feeding faa civil population of tho
empire. ' ' .. ;. iM^^^^ggBm
Tho wastage also contains a high
porcentcgo of lune,'' which howeyer
has to be removed . frot? the sugar, at
considerablo c?stv.-''Tne* proposal to
make uso of tho wastage IISB thc ad
ditional advantage tfhiat'German rivers
into: which lt nt present flows," will
bs the; deader for tho .process.
' Th?y wei? each about seven years
*I dream about my, girl,", said ibo
first boy boastfully. .
??D?iymV' Queried, the second boy
! "Ye*;? continued, tho first wttfj.eon-1
lacios superiority, "I killed.:' tvcol
jTonerTab^?r ber last night, "-Pnbb. J
Make Your I
e, you can teach your doi
have not been trading he
?ness on a small margin o
s of Special Bargains-Ex
jains-the kind that reali
omorrow and Mon
d every article, check off
ity on good, dependable, :
of a Big shipment of cloth
ed in business, by our res
e giving you the benefit <
pecials. There are Big M<
ark buyers about 300 Suits that ai
ose out quick, any suit in the
2 and all
. .. 97c
. . $4.89
88 Mens all wool Stra
worth $10.00 to Sl5.0(
and Monday :.
85 Mens Blue Sergi
stores ask $7.50, for
M?n's and Boys fine
worthi'the world over 5
Sa&rday and Monday
Mens heavy fleeced lir
33c. garment, or two fe
"Lesser's Specials" A
hat in all this seasons sha
A good vallie ut regular
Saturday and Monday a
' We sell more shoes 1
one 'Store in Anderson,
an expert shoe man to b
and fit and sell shoes. 1
shoe customers the very
ues for' their money 1
money can buy. Bril
troubles to us. We're pi
care of them to your ent
We have the prettiesl
Sunday Shoes in Anden
them in all leathers, all
and fahev white tnt
A big line of mens .
Sunday Shoes from $i.
i lot Childrens all
sizes $ to 11, wortl
1 lot Misses absolute
patent kids and gun n
to 2,'worth $2.50, this
' 1 lot. Childrens Mutt :
gun metal and kid, woi
AtfSTKlAN ?&p CjROBs''
Fitting Out Relief BodJev for Balkan
! - ?
. Vienna, Nor. 25.-^A? the renueat of
the. Bulgarian ?ovornment. and thu
queen of Bulgaria, the Austrian Red
Gross is flt ting out two volunteer re
lief end medical belfas i'or service In
the Balkans. The one will take charge
of tho new' h os pi tai wi ia SOO'bods "that'
has <been established tn- tho Gladstone j
gymnasium school ld Sofia. The otb:
or will be available' tor field work.
The. Bulgarian? :K?gpv?$nmenVa telor
graphic TC qi: ca t emphasised : the need, j
of a "largo reli?t ' expedition to the [
Bulgarian tfioetre ot war."
? y ?; ? --c-. tjilpi
The. ?8es^?t|ci': Age.,
Robbie's first experience ot a con
cert hall was & recant-mammoth en
tertainment to aid of.a- patriotic fund,
says the Httshin^?vClkronlcle-Teter
?mph. ' ?he tao?4'';Ofi?bjrated ceprano
ot tho day was engalg??!n^eln^ips ito
the accompaniment- of ; a. famous or
chestra When Robbie and tam I ly or
- Uso ?snail boy. ot once became in
terested, in the gesticulations of tho
; ^Mother -why la ?that man ?baking'[
Itho stJck at t^id ?adyt** ho SBked. \
I .?Hush, dear; he: is not .shaking tho!
atp* ai ?W ? . : . V ^:(:^H|
But Robbie was r?ot convinced. I
! ..Tftep/WbALte j^.^m^^Y^vr \
Jollars Have More
)1 Days Tomorrow
lars to have more buying
re on Saturday and Mt
f profits always; but our
treme Values, not advert?
y saves you money.
day Big Values Iq
your list and bring it wil
seasonable goods for evei
of our good
e worth $15.00
uss made Suits,
), for Saturday
: Suits, other
: Serge Caps,
Oe, special for
?r ..... . .65c
i beautiful soft
ipes and colors,
price of S2.S0,
lhan any other
uy, keep stock,
'his insures our
best shoe val
that skill and
ig your shoe *
.epared to take
: line of Radies
ion. We have
toes and heels
every day and.
48 to . .$5.00
i St.25, sale
.ly all leather,
ind Jeff line in .
rth $2.50, this.
We have sol
the history <
Price. For 1
Bring your \
want at a pri
Out of 20 Mis
In. every suit, 1
are made of <
would aell any
and Monday ti
med, St.00 val
in Crepe de Ct
c ay and Monda
and colors, a
Ladies Silk S
colors, latest st
ue, special for
A beautiful si
lish Coats at S
A Special in
$9.98 each, th
fur trimmed an
latest styles anc
in colors, S 1.2
and Monday ..
fetas* from ?6\<
Box Coats in all
terials, from $6
Wool skirts j
made in the l?
:E PREMIUMS TO A]
Where You PayLess
German Vos H cl s in Italian Ports an
> Milan, Nov. 25.-A. new? dispatch
ira? Syracuse saya it. la learned V :et
the machiner? ; of interned . German
vessels ii? - feeing- tampered with and
essential parts being removed ahdj
hidden. In one caro important partir
wer? found In secret compartmoat^
constructed . for that purpose. It Wes
deoid.ed to it***, apart ail t?V;m?c??r:'?}
cry in ?se vassals ticing used\t? guard
against tho possibility ot ex'ploslyetf i
being hi?t?en herein.
Q??sa Xir? Wo?diug om.
Honolulu, Nov, ?5.-Liliuokalani,
tho surviving ruler of Hawaii:?; day*
of royally, bea forwarded as hoi? ww?:
dtns gi? to Mrs. Norman" q??C.tho
fl?nco? of President woodrow ;\?il*OJj
a . chiffon.'?.se1aif'. of .peculiar ' tentar*
Tho ?car?, which Was eon t in tho
name b? Cbb "dabghtora ot, Bowalli
4s a rare exanxple of ancient Hawaltj.iV;
A B?s .Orden
Old Lady-Would you .sive.me 4iUOt'
pf til?ui ?li?MB? -^OU i v?pat??O">'ih^.hi?Sr? 1
of tho ro?m, with?
Druggist-A : thermometer, you
mean ? v
tuaW. what th? doctor ?at? to, keegri
the room. ?, .^'Phil?d>Iphla Kooord c
cents than they have had
Saturdays and Mondays J
ised bargains only but r
ii you-we will save you 1
.y member of the family.
id more Ready-to-Wear ,tt
Df this store. Why? Sty
tomorrow and Monday w
h a Special price that de
vife, sister or daughter her
ice you'll be glad to pay.
$30.00 Coat Suits m
?matched Suits offered Wednesday a
were mis-matched by the manured
hat yoii would not notice it; other
the coat alone is Well worth what *
Gabardines and Serges, ia Green,
where at $27.50 and $30.00, here
ley go at.. . . . . ; . .
5 in Silk and fancy trim
ue, special for Saturday
;. k ......6Sc
fui Waists in all colors
unes, special for Satur
Sweaters in . all styles
ll special prices front
weaters in all styles-" arid
yles, regular $5.00 val
Saturd?y and Mon
howing of new and sty
3.98, $4.98 and: $7.98
Suits $4.98, $6.98 and
e. Suits at $9.98 being
d ir.?de tip in tile very
y House Dresses, made
5 values, for Saturday
.... ..? ?... . ? . .. ... . ? ? .w...
? Dresses, all. newest
in plaid and plain Taf
30 tp . ...... .$25.00
Russian. Blouse, i F?rd,"
newest snides and ma
.00 to ...... .$25.00
in beautiful patternr,
test styles from $1.00
. . $5.98
? We ha
up in eve
rr in all
rl " - ---'?i
ones, at* ;
yard .. ^
in al! coh
This New York y?ung .v?omao>r Eu
genia 'JKelly, who. has,'B&? thxi gossipy
town by."too ears, had various; fights,
lierai and otherwise, WlV^ho"f ni^*her?;
scattered'.great -wads, of eeadi'around
aa tho fitted In -and out of the trot*
torlea..abd; vdr?nt?Hos'of,tho " "ti?tya ;
filled columnsabdcolunias of \ ?io
newspapers!,, part .of tbeiU with cobbi*
huilons. to.'? irahnlng 'fftbate: on the
query,4,Is\ it} Necessary for a. Really
Nice Girl tb Drink Liquor?? ?nd tinni
ly has boon manied, by a 'Mormon
preacher, tb a newly divorced rounder
3^fflpys? she hopes sha may bo. . per
mitted to drop into oMiv'.on. Ttiat
mokes' two. of us that feel that way
aboutit/ Eugenia. -Greensboro N>ws.i -
?Forty thousand ?^ovth <^-xolinV
j ?armors novo Joined to:1 a pr?to?t
" ?st ?t?d?tipnaT:;p^
^rmb*j? .?ommnnities . geiter
look at tb* matter .In somewhat
" wearne way. Iv? the industrial cotu-'
gj?n?im)eH that ?re' particularly inter
ested, la preparedness. . Tae farcipr
f?eVs jtbat war. can never teach; hini.~
Augusta Chronicle.. .
How ile Escaped.
i Payton-rifJrTow hero you escaped
j r^w^?j?^^j^iij^jbgn for" bijhne'rl*
lis season than ever in
le, Make, Service and
? have marked every
iles all competition,
e; we've got what they
l $12.50 we now have five
hirer. Some are so slightly
s are not co- well matched,
ve' ask for the sait. They
and Brown. These suits
ve a big line of'Sport Coats,
Corduroy, Plaids, etc.,- made
ry new style at prices ranging
?8 to v ........_$7.50
ve 3 fine Velvet Coats, worth
md $30.00. Fur and Braid
to clean up Saturday and
at . _... .$17.98
#1 of Childrens Coats, made
'hie-season's styles and fabrics
i-rice's for Saturday and Mon
98c to . . . .... . .$2.98
i& de Chine Waists - '
;C?""v'c*u ifpih o';" rscW York,
cxn-"<-r i of beautiful
Chine Waists in every new
color, regular1 S3.5Q values to
ay.and Monday at ... .$1.98
t of Ladies Rain Coats, Good
S 1.98' to ... . . .. . ...$?.98
yards, fine French 'u???hams,
i 1-2, all new, beautiful pat
tin's sale .'.. .'. .8.1-3c
yards Brogon Jack and Jill
1-2C for Saturday and Mon
yards 30 in heavy cotton, flan
l loc Saturday i and Monday,
. ;....'?:....... i;;.;. ; .7c
Bindow SJir adfeo
lot bf Linen Window Shades,
jrs. Regular 35c shades, S?t
liMonday at Special.$.. .24c
ls rugs, in beautiful patterns,
ches, Regular S-.So values,
and. Monday lat ..... .$1.89
neart in K.'jM Place.
Congressman ; Claudr Kitchin/s
hear| is?& tho right place. He would
servo tho people' hy serving them frein
militarism ana thc heavy cost it would
entail. He err?, however, lu think
ing that our nation will ever lose her
head and going to extremes tn mili
tary; Preparations llke'.Oeroany. T?e:
voters;of America ara yet nano; at
the same: time ^majority of thenr SB'S
that discretion sl\ould;teach us to pre
par? Ouiselvea against a Var that
could patroy more pronerty in $ae
Bh?rt. year than .the billions'we h?ve
..FPOPiriatea in a cont-jry. for tho
army and, navy, could cover/.-Alber
* Hubs-?od 8teas ?Em.
"Did I understand yob' tb say that
3Sr f Twpblrte^i; fi.; great help,to sirs';
Twobble in her xnifel caVeerf^ ^'Oi
yeo.!' snot Wa sKoMfeottfubi'v ?Mv
Asother; ?ftBuit to: tJne?e Sam.,
*The ^?^Wn^'???er Armeniany4fi?
torpedoed and ;sunk on June ?8 br / ?
Gorman submArlhf.The vessel WAS
carrying vi^u : a*m>s, which
solAWSS signed tor: the port o? Av'a?
TO?OUVV-. A large. number ;ef the
the tendon Shtphnt;^8 at)d ^