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Want Advert?
Twenty-five words or less, Ono Tl
81* Times ll 00.
All.advertisement over twenty-five
word. Kat CM on 1.00U words to 1
No advertisement taken for less t
If your name appears in the tole j
your want ad to 321 and a bill willb
prompt payment.
POP ?At 17
FOB SALK-Pure Apples and Fulg
ham Seed oats. Home raised and
nicely graded. I/et us book your
orders now. J. J. Fretwell. 9-23-4t
Fer Sale-Sweet Peaa, Burpee's Su
perb, Spencer's Collective, 25. 50 and
$1.00 per box. Funnan Smith, Seeds
man, Phone 464. tr
FOB SALK-Large double flat top
desk, tight oak finish, good as new,
cost $40.00 Will sell for $20.00. Can
be seen at Dr. J. O. Saunder's, of
fice. Bleckley Building 9-17-3tp
SEE W. A. Todd, th? Monument Man.
? for anything in- the Monumental
? line. Tombstones of all kinds. W.
A. Todd, 1900 Knuth *L -c street.
Anderson, S. C.
FOR SALE-Two cars of granite dust.
H fine for walks and cemetery, or con
? crete work. Delivered any part of
city. Ligon building and Bluer Ridge
station are using lt in ' their con
struction. Call Patterson's, stables.
Blast Market Btreet, opposite City
Hall. 0-23-Gtp
FOR BENT--Store room on public
square, capacious with new mod
ern front. Apply to D. S. Oray at
? Orr Gray Drug Co. . 9-24-ttt
LOST-Tie Clasp In front of Intel
ligencer office Tuesday night. In
itials "T. E. L." engraved on same.
Finder please return to this office
and receive reward. tf
FOUN D-Bunch of keys on Ella street
. Thursday morning. Owner can get
K same ny calling at'Intelligencer, of
fice and paying for this ad. 9-24-lt
'"rf??BW^m.^^oT ^r^ cle*h?f
room. Unemployed need not apply.
Good pay to right man. W. C. Cobb, j
Superintendent, Ware Steels, 8. c.
2-32 ?*
WANTED- Tee to try ?bs cocking
at The Luncheonette, next door to
/ Nev Bridge. 8bort Orders Quickly
.---i \ .. . i,i
WANTED--The public te know that
we have just received a Urge ship
scent o! box files, and can supply
your wanta In this line. Anderson
Intelligencer, Joh Department . tf
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-" WANTED-Ton to know that we make
itv best Evaporators. Either Cop
per or Galvanised i Steel. Metal
Shingles, Tin Roofing. Guttering,
Smoke Stacks. Gin Section Pipe,
etc. Di wer Roofing Co, The Shop
with a Reputation.
TO FARMERS-Come to Pattersons
atable? to hitch- jon ? horses. We *
wilt take food -cAjrevof them. Beat ,
service. Baft Mattet airest opposite
City HalLA.!: sffe" . ?-23^tp
line of Standards and Selects. TH j
L^a^?r.ett?. N'ext door to Wtf?,
Ff *?E!?? TO BE-A special prov!-fa
sion that fruit is the most desired
and adapted food tor warm weather,
and 'you'll ffnd lt hero-California
friuts, oranges, grapes, plums, pears
abd rorthefn apples-all fresh.
Also. Pickle pearn, and plenty of
banara3. -J. K. Manos.
Ar ri r KliHOJCB stables yon will
find (he |,iac? to ?et the best teams
and terr mt*. The best service;?:;
?uarantcru. East Marke? street, op
posite City Trail. l-2S-6tp
HAIR DRESSING-Switches made
from ymir own combine.' Psme can
be,found ?f 10ft H. Church street \tp
: stairs. Mrs. Leona Arnold.
F0? RENT-Now five room house,
two halla, 214 East Franklin street.
n?,ar Kennedy street school, modern
concordances., Apply Mrs. c. A.
Watson. 208 E. Franklin st. 9-22-6tc
Hw <? k" 'A ' ?
,?fl ?l|l|?s%-A good, honeet chris
ti with, small family wants
positron on a god farm. Have ha l
a Kfntlme of experience in truck.
"stock and general fanning Can
furnish the beat of reference. Write
die what you have to offtr. Oddress
W: P. Arnold, Pendleton, S. C. 6-22
GO TO Patterson's stables to get your
hauling doue. Quick, prompt ser
?fife^JP^U??I*]?? *tr*et opposite
?ND ^TUfiS, RSPA4Rs_
sing Rates
mo 2G cents, Three T aea 50 cents,
1 words prorata for each additional
)c used in a month made ou appli -
han 26 cents, cash in advance.
ihone directory you can telephoue
>e mailed after its insertion for
Delinquent Hoad Tax Notice.
All dlnlenquent road tax collectors
are provided with an official receipt
book with numbes, and stub numbaa
attached, Puy no money to collectors
unless you get the olllclal receipt as
nhove provided or.
Lf County Supervisor.
Beginning Mnday. Sept. 21st we will
tell meal, bulls and coal for cash only.
Peoples Oil and Fertilizer Co.. L. N.
[i?er, Pr?sidant. 9-18-tf
The undersigned administrator qr
the estate of W. L. Ward, deceased..
Hereby gives notice that she will on
October 15* ISM at ll o'clock a. aft,
ipply to the Jddge of Probate for An
lerson county, for a final settlement!
)f said estate and a discharge from
HM* office of-administrator.
The State of South Carollua,
County of Anderson,
Ex Parte
, Mrs. L. M. Ward, Petitioner,
In Re
The personal estate of W. L.|
Ward, deceased.
Notice of application for appoint-1
nent of Honjestead.
Whereas, Mrs. L. M. Ward has mad,,
ipplfcation to me to allot and set off
o her a bmestead in the personal
?roperty of her lato husband. W. L
A'a rd. deceased ; j notice ls therefore
?Iren tluit on thq fitecnfh- day of Oc
oher. 1914. at ten o'clock A. M.. tire
indersigned will appoint three dlsln
erested persons, resident of the couh
y of Anderson, to proceed to appraise
lald property and set tho .same oft t)s
t.homestead, according to law.
Dept. Clerk of Court Common Pleas |
or Anderson County, South Carolina.
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Chamberlain's Lluisaent.
If you are .?vor troubled with aches,
ains or soff ness of the muscles, you
rl\\ appreciate the ?good qualities of
Jhamberlaid's LlntlMjjW J Many suf
orara from rheumatism, and aclatlca
av? used lt with the br-st results. It
s especially valuable for lumbago,)
nd lame back. For sale by all deal
^ell known Newspaper Maa of (leer.
. ada Dies la Washington.
fT-Muiusiull, S?* Jil. ??,-juat-|rti
arter, private secret orv to Senator
!okc Saith, died Of an ?fS??t'c. of
ie arteries ?t Oarfleld hospital here
?day. He had been In poor health
9veral years.
Mr. Carter .was on? ot;the best
nown newspaper men in Georgia,
avisa bc^s eily editor of tor- Atlan'o
institution under the lat? Henry W.
!r?dy. and managing-editor of the At
ante. Journal when Senator Smith
ra? interested In that publication.
Ie waa Mr. Smiths secretary whet
ie latter was governor of Georgia,
nd came to the senate with him thrie
ears ago in the same capacity. He
ras the owner of the Marietta, Qa,
iif. Carter waa 56 years old. He
save* a widow and several children,
lia body will be taken tomorrow to
Hants where funeral cervices wfii
e held. ?
Users say It ls the ideal, purr ...
wat lye drink. M. J. Perkins. Green
lay. Wis., says " 1 have used pills.
Hs. sa Kt, atc... but were all disagree
Me and unsatisfactory. In Cl tro lax
have found the Ideal laxative drink."
'cr sick headache, sour atonia-h. Issy
iver, congested bowels-lt ls xhe per
se t laxative and gives a thorough
lush. Sensitive, delicate people, in
alids and children find lt easy tn
abe ind pleasant In action. Results
horotoghry satisfactory. Evana'
'harmacy, agenta.
It Is Believed That Between 1,000
and 1,500 Farmers Will Cc
To Anderson for Big Event
The committee on a rangements)
HIP chamber of commerce in tl! . plans
for thc holding of livestock exhibit
.ny in Anderson, yesterday had print -
"d n Inr-e number or placards wheh
ire to he posted ?ill over Anderson
.minty, ivn a? each eros* roods, matt
ing a t?,lu! nf 2.">0 all (tdd and anoth
er ion w i! I: . p'aced in prominent
olacca around town. These . ards arc
t pirt nf the advertising campaign
o boost the celebration which ls to
?>e hold |i?re n*?\t Saturday, lt ls
Vllevod timi thia will ho\decided!)
he bitr"...' thing of it-, kind ever at.
tem ut ed 'n Anderson county.
.'chu M. I) -.is yesterday gave ou?
.lie tina] official proKr;uii Mr the day
.nd it will hr seen that KCveral chan
ces hnv-> i?>en made in different ev
.nts. Th" iiroeratn ls printed in this
' .. ?io of Th<> Intelligencer, and lt will
he well for ?hose Interested In thc
.lovell', n? ti r ut out this program
' ice i; clvoi :? complete list of the
irires, evplnlnt.1 thc method of entry
md nntn'on tho managers and officers
>r the unders?klna.
Mr Dnvl* naid it has been deejded
o cn rt the racing nt 3 o' ?lock '.n
the afternoon PS hundreds of neurie
''ave telephoned bim from different
;>artB of the county asking that this
reatnre be begun nt an early hour.
Me also points out that tho entire
.elebration IK open to p.'l the people
if the cltv and rountv and it will pey
any ono In the city to attend the
"ntire celebration including the
(leaking and other exercises hut Nnev
'.rtheless the racing him been arrang
ed more especially for the city people.
The committee ts expecting that
.here will be n tremendous crowd In
he city for the dav but every possl
blo arrangement is being mnde to
.irovlde plenty of room and make all
'he visitors corufortnbl"
Chairman Davis held a conference
vesterday with Dr. Snyder, manager
if the racing department, who ha1?
idvlsed that he will have the race
.ourso put In splendid rhone and
-moothcid off before the event opens.
He expects* between 2."? and 40 en
'ries In the races and be soys that
interest ls lncrea'S(ng every day.
. Considerable Ltjrest ls also being
vldenced In the latest prize to be
.?nnonnced.. which is known as prize
X and is for the best donkey to be
exhibited. ,
Tho if?r*eni? committee of arrange
ments bas announced the following
appointments: Dr7 .1 ft Mitchell,
manager of the hog pud livestock ex
hibit department: Sidney C. Kay. en
try secretary, P. M. Burnett, prixe
secretary. T. T. Wakefield, assistant
rhulrman. Raymond Fretwell. assis
tent chairman of racing department.
Prof. W. A: Hagood of Greenwood,
ludge of horse, mule and pony de
nartments. Dr. Walter 8orrell of
Greensboro. N. C.. assistant Judge.
Win-n asked yesterday as to his
estimate of tho probable attendance,
t. W Rothrock sBys he expects 1,000
or 1500 people to be here for the
day since lt ls understood that an
effort will be made toward rehabili
tating the livestock and gratn pro
ductlon in Anderson county and since
the European war began there has
been groat interest in this work
here. X
While Unloading Car, Knocked
Frcan Trealla and Sustained
Fatal Injury
Anderson people learned yesterday
with much regret that Arthur Greer
was killed Tuesday while unloading
a car on the Southern railway. Mr.
Ureer was a n???c "T. ?.t<. ccur.ty zz
had many friends and relutlves in this
section. The following from the
Greenville News of yesterday tells1 of
the deplorable accident:
"vVblle assisting In the unloading pf
a car of coal at the plant of the
Piedmont Manufacturing Co, at Pled
mrnt yesterday afternoon. W. Arthur
Greer, age 43 years, was knocked from
the trestle on which the car was
standing at the time and fell to the
ground, a distance of about lt feet,
and aa a result of the Injuries recclv.
od from the fall died several hours
"The coal car which was being un
loaded was of the common type
which ts discharged trott, th? bottom.
Some ?rouble waa experience In get
ting'the trap to open, and rn thc of)
fort to drop the coal Mr. Gr*er" waa
thrown from the trestle work. Tim
neal was releas*?* as he fei? end some
'->?> on him causing fatal injury.
? . as immediately removed to hin
' * mee and waa viven nil possible
fits nt lon, bot death ensued several
hours aferwarda.
"Mr. Greer was born In Anderson
county. He has bee? a resident or
Piedmont for 'the past fifteen years,
nt le.ist. He ls survived hy his wife
?ad nine children. He In siso sur
vived by bia father, St A. Greer, and
ope slater, Mrs. Iwwla IJUIO. both of
? nderson. Mm Land resides on
Mean street, her husband being over?
leer In tho Twine mlJb They Jost their
infant *on on Suhrtay." i
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Two Week** Session of Court of
Common Pleas For Anderson
New Being Planned Here
My rea?on ot.tho fa-1 'hot there a?-?
:i number of eas*"-. ? mero ?han or
dinary Interest-to I:?1 irl?-d at thc ap
rroacli'nc- term o'" th- '-our? bf com
mon picas tn this (o'l-ity, Anderson
oeople are nwaltin-r the arrival of
Monday. October .". willi some easer
ness. The Andei-cn i-ountv har as
sociation met yesterday and adopted
til?1 following roster for the two-weeks
Monday, Oet. V First Week
Campbell & Rosers vs. G. S. ?L \.
Hard vs (Trout.
Williamson vs. Hroj-on Mills.
Carpenter vs. Sadler.
Tuesday. Ort <!.
('onwell vs. Hamnton.
Pant? Co.. vs. Hammond.
Weaptsd.-t-r, Od 2.
Orr vs. Allgoori.
Thnr*da.v, Ort, S.
Adjourn for. circus.
Friday. Oct ?.
Multally VS. Mul!a!lv
S'X cases oh this title.
Saturday. Oriol or 1?.
Brook and Sullivan vs. Life Insu
rance Co.
Monday*, Oct. IS Second Week.
Suinmev vs. Anderson Co.
Ragsdale vs. C. S. ? A
Paper Co.. vs. Cheshire.
Milford va. Greer.
Tuesday. Oct. 18.
Breeden Martin.
Bank va Mat t i- un .
Peoples Hank vs Kay.
People.- BankV? Kav.
Wednesday. (?ct. 14.
Hill vs Burrlss.
Griffin va Gregory.
Paint Co.. vs Shirley.
Tharsdii). Oct. IS.
Owlnas vs Chlquoln Mills
The following are hirors drawn for
Hie two weeks of civil court:
Paul Sear?, Pendleton.
J. N. Pennell. Martin.
W. E. Davis. Honea Path.
L. O. Burton. Hall.
C. M. Robbin?. Garvin.
JO. Spears, Fork.
Fred Sohrimp, Corner.
T. H. Morriss. Centerville.
P. R. Oentry. Rrondaway,
W. W. Chapman. Helton,
J. H. Wright. Rock Mills?
C. E. Cobb. Anderson. ".
W. E. Childs. Varennes,
T. C- Stewart. Will lam ston,
W. P. Wright. Anderson,
J. T. Mahoney, Varennes,
J. D. Ras*. ,*.<!<;.'i son.
H. F. Hanks, Helton.
J. P. Crowther. Anderson,
W. T. Davenport. Helton,
R- L. Sullivan. Fork.
E. M.. Bowen. ( entervllle.
W. F. McLees. Varennes, ,
C. M. WJ?Bon. Hooewell,
J. T. McConnell. Martin,
Sam Bowen, Hall.
John T. Pruitt. Savannah.
J. A. Elgin, Hroadaway,
J. W. Abercrombie. Honea Path,
J- T. O'Barr. Pendleton,
J. T. Erskine. Anderson,
c. E. Pllgrom. Williamston.
G. N. Wyatt. Brushy Creek,
J. T. MurrtocV. Martin,
FlfH Week Jurors*
W. L. McCown. Va-T.ncs,
R. H. HUlhouse. Centerviilo,
Stephen Hanks. Martin.
W. A- Callahan. Honea Pa*h,
J. U. Ivester. Martin.
J. W. Coober. Honea Path,
L. N. Geer. Anderson.
A. J. Poore. Helton,
3. J. Fisher Martin.
J. H. Loll!*. Williamston.
James A. Winter. Savannah,
G. 8- Godgion, WUliam?ton,
W- J. Shirley. Hock Mills.
D. S. Vanjdiver. Anderson,
B. N. Harris Corner,
W. E. Giles. Fork,
Paul Martin. Hopewell,
George Reed. Williamston
S. A. r-ardy. Hall,
J. M. FAaWL Fork.
Tv- S. Yewigln, Corner.
T. T. Wakefield. Garvin,
F F. McDtnle!. Hopewell,
A " ?le.!!-T.'l V""r'*rr'oa
W. "H. listes. wll??am?ton,
y. B. Wilson. Anderson,
B. F. Horton. Helton.
R. B- Erskine Hroadaway.
W. M. Wallace. Anderson,
J. A. Dickson. Hrushy Creek.
J. N. 8. MlcConnel, CentervilTe.
W. T. Watson. Brushy Creek, ?
W. F. Marshall. Anderson,
B, Harris Jr.. Pendleton;.'
Roy E- BttrriHR Centerville,
T. G. W??t?n-i, Pendelton.
Diarrhoea Remedy.
"I advised ,tbe 'boys' >they .en
listed for the Spanish . -?.ir tb take
Chamberlains Colic. Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy with thom, and
have received many thanks'for tho ad
vice gi von." writes j. H. Hcughlaml.
Eldon, Iowa- "No perron * whather
traveling OMTiX ho .ne ahoulu .1>6 wtth
ouClhta groat remedy." For sate by
all dealers.
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o TRI?. ST AT F DE Rf' *
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o National Debt .... ttftymM* ?
o World's Debt .. ?ijmfb?tfm o
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You can g?t the news while tts new
in The MnrnShf- i'ally imcll?goSK?r<
Try to get along with Printing that is cheap in
every sense of the word-and wonder why their
Stationery does not look or wear or feel as they
wish it would. They have a good taste, hui not
perspicuity-which is a good word, if it does sound
Others Use Our Printing
The classy kind that makes good everywhere,
every way, every time. It will pay you to see us
j when in need of
The Anderson Intelligencer
PHONE 693jL j j .ANDERSON, S. C.
O O O O O O O ? O O O O
O- O O o o o o o o o O O
The King of the Tonga Islands lr.
Ehe South Pacifie hus dejlared neu
A Swcedish actress was arrested aa
i_ German spy near the outskirts of
Paris. She raised her- skirts ind dis
closed a delicately shaped ankl* and
loot "Do these look German?" she
leiuanded. Her captors agreed that
Ihey did not and released her.\
The private fortune of King Char-j
es of Rouraanla is tied up in Ger-;
nany. If he fights' the Kaiser he will
>?come a poor man. If he doesn't
tis subjects may depose bini,
? After a sharp battle near Crecy, a
leavy thunder storm came up and
he French soldiers stripped and en
joyed a shower bath, the first time
linen the war began.
The London Financial News says
butt the Kaiser, shcuia he be dethron
Id, would come to Wew York and build
1 mansion o>. Firth avenue
I v
I A Briton agent buying mates for
the British anny rejects all gray
pules. He says they can be seen too
i{?:r?;;i Dnp'j^ fizya Vf - C":s;
Have Taken Place
Pi.ris, Sept. 23-The following dlfi
iatch was given ont in Paris at 3
i'elock th!*: Afternoon :
I "First-On our left wing, on tho
Ight bank of the River Oise, we have
dvaneed in the regio? of Lasstgny.
mere there hay? been violen
ounters wUh' the enemy. Oh'tnetjeflt?
>onk of the Oise and to the north of
he .River Aisne the situation (a! un
"Second-On the center, between
'.helms and the River Meuse, there
las been no change if importance,
ance. In the Woevre district to the
mrtheast of Verdun and In tho di
ectton of Domplerre, the enemy
ndertook violent attacks which were
epnlsed. In the northern part of the
v*oevire-district tW i-tcray holds a
Ine from Rlchecourt to Setcheprey to
.ironville. from which he has not yet
Jeted. .
"Third-On our right wing. In Lor
aine and the Vosges, the German?
ave evacuated the Nomeny and Arra
ourt, and have shown tittle activity
i the country around'Doraeyre.
"The capture hy the Russians of
io fortress of Jarastau tn Gallcia, ts
Troop? Jfoblll?" g"
Brownsville. Tesas, 8c?t . 23.-Oen
ral mobilisation of troop* In North
rh Mexico to General Carranza*, ta
ow under way at Monterey, aceord
ig to recorta current in Matamores,
(ipostit- 3r???B?l?J?. ??-niftt?.
SPECIAL low round-trip rates from all
stations to Williamson via PIEDMONT
ii r -. ' . m A : .
We have secured at considerable ex
pense Prof . and Mrs. R. L. Fox, dancing
masters direct fi om the famous Castle
House, New York City, who will demon
strate on this occasion all thc newest and
latest fads in dancing.
Don't fail to see "Ta Tao", the new
Chinese dance which is all the rage ih New
York City. .": y kVOTHf^
Prof. and Mrs. Fox will also demon
strate the "Tango", which, is the most
beautiful dance since the stately ''Min
Special Concert by First Regiment
Band and dancing after demonstration.
For further information (ask the
Ticket Agent) or write
GertctrJ P'?w>sr.g?if Agent.

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