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Everything New ?nd Up-to-Date
"CLEANLINESS OUR HOBBY"
Bi?foote Men's Lunch- A
Give Us a Trial
Two Horse Farm
See EUGENE ANDERSON
at Bank Office, over Walter
Key's Store. .
. Sterilized toola and clean linen
used on every customer by First
Clasa workmen. Give us a trial
and be convinced. C. A.. McClain,
T. C. Farmer, J. L. Rampey.
Plowing - Phone Cheshire's
stable if you want plowing
done by a gocd man . with
strong horsed. Price" 50c per
We grind into meal any
kind of grains, stalks,
cobs, corn shucks, hay
and fodder. Work done
while you wait. Bring a
load when you come to
& Spring Bed Co.
Eagle Barber Shop
BEi,T.F.vrre HOTEL nnn.n?NO
Fresh laundered towels, high- grade
tonics and experienced barbers. Our
motto is to please our customers,
call and see us.
C. E. Howell, Manager.
ORDERS TAKEN HOW FOB THE
EggB and day old chicks.
Buff Plymouth Rock-Prise winning
stock in Augusta, Atlanta, eta.
Fawn Indian Runner Ducks (winners
at Belton and other fairs.)
P?kin Ducks-From prise winners.
Bronze Turkeys-Pure or also crossed
with Virginia wild turkeys.
Young Cockerels Caproned so can car
ry all chick* given them.
Will gladly answer ?li iiiQuireye.
D. C. HOLLAH D,
Anderson. - - - - - . g.o.
Will cause headaches.
Glasses properly fitted ls the only
remedy. Let nie fit them for you.
I do it for less money- and guar
antee satisfaction. .
DR. I. M. ISRAELSON
The Leading Optician
Over Evans* Kiarmaey No. 3
mr riv-c-? rr- ? -y .
W. J. Maness
THE OYSTER KING
When you warit Fish or
Oysters C?ii 292.
- West Point Oysters
Fresh Every Day
Phone . . . . 132
iiim r II III i i i .mn i i ---?m
We are making a New
Gall a nd see them at
Belton's New Studio
Wedding ?elis? j i
UK cs argPPt^J??
ot ai? ?a wc&llh. ; v
Special io The Intelligencer.
Abbeville, Jan. 30.-The music club
met with Mrs. M, T. Coleman Tues
day afternoon at 4 o'clock. The com
poser for study daring the arternoon
was Geo. W. Chadwick.
The many friends ot Mr. and Mrs.
Fred 5. Hiiiare welcome them
home, Mr. and Mrs. Hill iwere married
in Thomaaville, N. C., on Wednesday
afternoon. January the 2lat Mrs.
Hill, as Moss Flora Leigh Smith, wai
the popular milliner at Mrs. Jas. S.
Cochran5s establishment, while Mr
'Hill is a valued employee of the Sea
board Air Line Ballway shops in the
city. Mr., and Mrs. Hill a/ill keep
house at the home of Mrs. Lila Ma
Miss Mattie Hall, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. S. A. Hall, and for several
years the accomodating night central
in the telephone office, was married
on Thursday, January 22, to Mr. A.
L. Majeaky of Anderson.
Announcement has been made of
the engagement of Miss Hattie Lyon,
the charming young daughter of
Sheriff and Mrs. C. J :.von. rr Mr.
Arthur M. Klugh, of Grcenworri. The
wedding will 'be social event ol
the early spring.
Mrs. M. T. Coleman returned last
week from a short visit to Columbia.
Mrs. Coleman, as president ot the fed
eration of Women's Clubs in South
Carolina, visited the ways and means
committee of the house of representa
tives in behalf of the Industrial col
lege at Florence.
Miss Louise McDill la visiting Mr.
and Mrs. Frazer Lyon in Columbia,
Miss Fannie Stark ia at home again.
While in Shelby abs was the recipient
of much social attention. .
Mrs. L. W. White is visiting her
daughter, Mrs. Kerr in Newberry.
Dr. C. A. Milford visited Anderson
Judge F. B. Garv will be in Marion
for a week pr 'two holding court
Mr. Bristow of Darlington has been
visiting his brother Rev. Louis Bris
Miss Bessie Fretwell has been visit
ing Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Robertson at
Mrs. V. D. Lee and Mrs. Z. B. Rog
ers are spending sometime with Mir
Low:? Bryant in Atlantic City, N. J.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hassell, of
Wilson, N. C., have been visiting Mr
and Mrs. Eugene B. Gary. Mrs. Has
sell waa the popular and attractive
Miss Blanche Gary.
Premier Carrier of the South.
I IN CONNECTION TT?TH BLUE RTDw?
Schedul Effective Jan. 18,1914
N. B. the following schedule figures
lara published only aa information mn A
I are ?ot guaranteed.
Arrival and departure ol trains from
I Anderson, S. C.
No. Arrlv'ng From Time
20 Greenville and Itel to a.. 8:30 a. m.
122 Greenville and BV'on. .11:60 a. m.
116 Charleston, Columbia and
Belton, through sleeper to
Belton.11:60 a. ns.
\ 12 Atlanta, Walhalla and
Seneca.8:81 a. m.
125 Greenville aisd Belton .. ?.2S p. a.
110 Atlanta, Walhalla, and
Seneca.4:62 p. m.
Cecees.6:63 p. BL
117 Charleston. Columbia and
Belton. Through coach
from Columbia to Wal
halla .0:03 p. m.
j Leaving Far
20 Belton, Greenville .. ..7:40 a. m.
22 Belton and Greenville. .9:20 a. m.
j24 Belton and Greenville ..2:26 p. m.
10 Belton Charleston.
Greenvilh and Columbia 4:52 p.m.
112 Belton, Columbia, Char
leston and Greenville ..8:81 ?. nv
19 Seneca, Walhalla and At
lanta. .11:60 a. m.
[ll Soneca, Walhalla through
coach from Columbia..8:OS p. BL
No baggage will be handled on
motor cars Noa 20, 24, 2!, '25, 22, 28.
Connection ia mada at Belton mr
Southern tra?na and at Seneca for
trains to Atlanta and beyond. Wot
rorther informatica, apply to ticket
'"^.ILTaber, fi. ft #,A, Greenville,
W. E. McGee, A, & Jr. A.. Columbia,
S. CZ <
-Round Trip Fares
I : : Southern Railway : :
in connection with Blue Ridge,
J Premier carrier of the .South, from
I Anderson, S. C.
$19.20 New Orleans? La.
and return account of Mardi GrasJ
Cebibration. Tickets on sale Feb. 1st
to ?3rd with return limit March Oth
$14.5$ Pensacola, Fla.,
and return account of Mardl_ Gras
Ci??sbrst?or,. . Tiri.iini m? wai rvh. if
to 28rd, '"Ith return limit March ?th,
Air' AA WLM a ti ..av
Atem account of Mardi Gras
Celebration. Tickets on sale Feb. 17
to 23rd. with return, limit March 6U?,
$12.75 Richmond, Va.
and return, account of National Edu
ca ttoa*l AnaociatiOtt. Tickets on sale
Feb. 22, 22, and ?3rd. with re*?"?? !tm!t
March 4th. 1914. For complete Infor
mation, tickets, etc., call on ticket
w! I; TABII* ?nSra^S^k
No. VII.-Profitable Dairy
ing-Girl.' Poultry Club,
Guinea Pig as Food.
|(Official News Summary of Up to Dat?
Mattera Compiled by th? United
8tates Department of Agriculture.)
RECENT report of a cow census
originally begun as n private
enterprise by ex-Governor W.
>mplle l under tho direct ion of B. II.
[Bawl, chief of the dalry division. Unit
led States department of agriculture,
shows that cowa in the western and
:entral states which were the most
[profitable vrc-rc of a good dalry type,
were comfortably stabled and received
illage as a part of their ration. The
rwners of these cows were readers of
liry papers and farmers' bulletins.
Tbe investigation waa undertaken be
tuse of-the small profit on many dalry
'arms. The men who collected the data
rent into the dalry dlairlct? nf tntrtoun
dates. The facts were collected from
1,163 herds, containing 28,447 cows in
ill, and covered n period of ten years,
'bp records show that cowa of a good
lairy type returned to their owners an
nverago of $17.38 per cow above the
it of feed as compared with $2.03 re
Iturned by the cowa of a poor dairy
The cows which were comfortably
stabled made an annual average profit
Iof $14.22. wheres those kept ia on
comfortable stables made a profit of
inly 23 cents above the cost of feed.
Those cowa wblcb received silage as
a part of the ration returned ca av*
era ge of 19 cents, more for every dol
lar's worth of feed given than did the
COWS, which wen? gi von no Kihi gp. The
cows whose owners read good dalry
literature produced on average annual
profit of $14.54 per cow over and above
the cost of feed. The owners Who
read neither dalry papers nor farmers'
bulletins on dairying made only $1.83
per cow. Of these honrender? 48 per
cent actually lost money in tho dalry
Concerning inc results of this cow
.".ssws ??"?>Govsrne? Hosrd says, "The
one great end paramount conclusion,
overtopping all others, bi that loss of
??refit in dairying ia occasioned In ti inc
oases ont of ten by a leek of sound
dalry intelligence on the part of the
farmer who ia behind the cow."
Th? Guinea Pia as Food.
It ii difficult to account for the some
what prevalent notion that no rodents
?re flt for human food, states the ag
ricultural department's bulletin on tbe
guinea pig. ^Because of such prejudice
some people will not est rabbits or
squirrels. Probably many others, are
kept from eating such excellent game
as muskrats end prairie dogs. While
guinea, pigs are seldom eaten in the
United States, their near relationship
to rabbits and the fact that they are
wholly vegetarian Itt ffablta should r?
assure any one who may entertain
doubts about their fitness for tho ta
???*; A? thc wild species cf the ???nT .
gre accounted good game In South
America. Kock caries especially are
much hunted in parrs of Brasil. While
io email sise of the domestic spe
cies ls probably the chief ca JSO for its
neglect es a food animal, yet we have
other highly esteemed gamo animals
that furnish less meat than a guinea
That there Ia widespread Interest in
the guinea pig in tho United States is
evident from the huge number of In
quiries that -the department of agri
culture ls receiving In connection with
the proper methods of raising this lit
tle animal. The bureau of animal tn
do??try baa . bate experimenting on
different method* of raising tbe pig
and find* that it costa froto SO to 60
cents per animal to misa?,
could be substantially tranced by
vate breeders. While there ls at pres
s?t Uttje demand for the guinea pig
other than for laboratory purposes, the
market price ranges from $1 to $1.00 j
apiece. ?Thaar favorably located near )
cines cr. instiiurioos requiring iai
imbers 6? guinea pigs should be
st*fetish ? profitable business
iviau method of dre
btea'lffir for cooking ia tbe oaf1
ere Hy adopted wherever It Is eaten.
Che animal ls killed by dla?ocatingiU
arter S^ff^Ha ^ff"
about the ?aase atec?is aa a sucking
pig in preparation for cooking. Ita
throat ta cot. It Is hung op for a few
minutes to bleed and ls then scalded
in bot water. The hair ta removed,
tba skin aerated wit s a knife, the vis
cera taken out sad the carcass wash- |
ed in teak. WSAP. lt ta then yetto j
the cook. Tbe Peruvians usasJry
roast the animals, but they state that J
they are excellent eating when cook- !
ed In any of the ways commonly ap- ?
?U?o to small game.
Girl*' Poultry Clubs.
The Girls' Poultry ?dub, a unique or
Ionization started by the United States
lep^Ui??w? ui UKIicuiluic fur the pur
pose of encouraging the poultry indus
try of the country, le making good
Headway, particularly ic the west and
nlddle west large organizations hare
been established, ta Indiana. Illinois,
Iowa, Nebraska. Utah and Idaho. Clubs
have ateo been organized lu Virginia.
West Virginia. Mississippi. North Caro
lina and South Carolina.
The Brat poultry club was organized
n Virginia and ts flourishing under J
W. Kinghorne, the department's in
structor in the state. The object lu
Terming the club waa to give a better
knowledge of the value and Importance
sf poultry raising and the marketing
)t a first oloaa^unlfontt product add td
teach better methods for the caring of
poultry und eggs; also to show the lor
.raised revenue to be derived from;
weil bret! poultry where proper ireth
ids bf management are pursued.
There is a four yenr course r.npned
t>ut by the founder?, starting with the
netting of fifteen eggs ns a unit for
'ho year's work und concluding with n
(ii bf fifty chicken's, forty-six bf which
ire bens nnd four roos tors. Points are
elven for the number of eggs hutched,
[tumbar of live chicks, number of cock
erels uwrketed. profit on Investment
iud equipment. 8ome of the state gov
srnments ure offering prizes for the
most proficient students of the ciubs in
tin- nature of trips to their capitals
end ono ls now offering a prize of a
(Hp to Wflshlngtbu to aw congress tn
itfssion, visit the presid? ut and Inspect
the department of agriculture.
Throughout the year meetings are
held In the states where the clubs atv
in existence for th? purpose of discuss
Int; the, different problems of poultry
uinnngeuieut. At ench meeting, whi n
ever passible, the depart mont of agri
culture will have one ot !f:: tmoemllstS?
from the animal, husbandry dh Lion
present to instruct the membor? on
poultry raising.-select iou and caro of
?tock and handling demonstrations.
He will also assisi in securing first
.lass market? for the sale of the pout
try "nd eggs.
In Instructing the clubs the depart
ment says, that "each county club sho-ild
bold an exhibition once a year, prefer
ably In connection with tbe county
fdr, nt which pince a teilr of the beal
chickens grown by each menilwr
should be placed on exhibition ?nd eu
tered to compere in tue regular class
s HiiMrMADV KOO ?lill.li.
. " . . -v..,., . :
i'or premium AM exhibition of ibo
best djOaeo .of ege,* should also 1 io nindi
The'ileohrttnWt ha:; Issued the.foi
To' rid the poultry house of taite*
wash Ute pen, the roost and tbe drop-,
ping board with kerosene or crude pe
troleum at least, once a Week.
Markt* all cockerels except tues* in
tended for. breeding pdifpif'aa eorfh
aa they attain broiler size.
Potrolaum OH as Adult?rant.
.The,department of agriculture, ba?
discovered. ? now adulterant .that ls
being used tn the manufacture of hts*
eui':? and wafers containing se upper
and lower crust with a cream Oller.'
This adtllterant la made of petroleum
oil, and seizures nave already been
made of producta containing such ta*
The oil is used in conuectlon with
Sugar and milk in pr?paration af ?he
cream filler and aubstitpted because H
1* Cheaper than cocoanut oil or butter.
Tba use of ttl* SubS?ance tn frrUc??? ot
food ls regarded as adulteration add tn
violation of the federal food ?ad drugs
act Petroleum oil ls a lubricant
rather than a product containing food
t, Barley and Osts Abroad* -
?8 total production cf wfeaat
cent more, barley 741 per
?and cato 0.8 per cont more
In 1012 io Pm^ u*
a mark, Spain. France, Great
ltaln and Ireland, Hungary,. Italy,
. VnUTSS uMWH <wua, ?^mi| ni
ta Asia. Algeria and Tonis, according
to the International Institute of Agri
For European Russia the preliminary
figures of production this year are: All
wheat. 688000,000 bushels; barley. B8h>
' 000,000; ?aja, ?, IO.,000,000.
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