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TUB ANDERSON DAILY INTELLIGENCES,
Anderson, C. C.
Gentlemen:?Ploaso cuter my name uh u subscriber to The Dully Intel*
llgenccr. I am (or am not) taking the seinl-wcckly Intelligencer.
NOTE:?If you are a subscriber to the semi-weekly and your sub
scriptisr: fz puid In advar.ee, you n?njr rteelv,* credit fur i?e amount paid.
The subscription of the dally is 15.00 per year; $2.50 for six months.
Please enclose check or money order.
it. F. D. or St. No.
of Having Electric Lights
b from One Dollar up per raontli, according to quantity used.
THE COST OF
NOT HAVING ELECTRIC LIGHTS
is matches, scratched up walls, danger of burned matches, dan
ger of lamp explosions, undesirable' heat and odor, vitiation
rf tit? atmosphere, smoked wall coverings and wall paper,
* -i: <: lamps and lamp chimneys, the purchase of wicks, ail
and chimneys, and general Inconvenience.
It costs a whole lot to do without ELECTRIC LIGHTS
SOUTHERN PUBLIC UTILITIES CO.
FLEJiTF OF EYE GLASSES
are worse than aseless. Ja fact they
all are unless perfectly adapted to tie
needs of your eyes. That is why yon
should not purchase iscs. except ?f
ter an expert and thorough test of
yehr sight. The glasses yon may re
quire I supply at ok low-price as it
is Zmtt for yos to pay* $S*?u to $."?.fw
aad upward. .Repairs on frames ami
piftft Ibcts and upward.
Dr. M. R. Campbell
119 W. Whllner SL
Offlee F'hone 88M.
"iff we couid only have our way.
. We/d quit our work in shawn. .
And do O thro the livelong day.
. feat yawn s yawn & yawn"
Thb piss?St Jtt?e weather has
Ci a crrnp hi the coal business,
waver wneji we da get that cole
wet weather .in. February .and
March we still have in .stock that
reliable Palmetto Block Coal.
C?vad?*i5cd st?tC'??c?i of the ftnsa
<;k condition of the BANK OF AN
Anderaen. & C, at thel
clone of hu?insB8 January 13, 1614 as
shown by the regular report made |
to the State Bank Examiner.
Loans and Discounts . .5 990.287.4S
Dond. and Stocks. 6,860.00
Real Estate ...', ........ 36,640.00
Cash and dne, from Banks 161,396.13
Du - et ? Order a
Piano at Once !
Captlal Stuck..8 1 50.000.00
Undivided Profits' (Net).. 63,475.41
Dividends Unpaid . 1,780.00
Deposits, Individual 8764,871.62
Bills Payable . 26.000.00
total .... ..$ 1.219.S84.68
Interest compounded Quarterly on |
Tie Bank for the Corporation-tbV
Firm?the Individual?In fact for ev
erybody. Come la and pay it a Vlftlt. j
THE RANK OF ANDERSON,
Anderson, S. C,
The Strongest Bank, la .the .County
SAFE SOUND PROGRESSIVE
Two heads are better thon one.
?oth of iyou come and choose
J.L- tiS_ m??. -? - *- -?
un. I miiu, T?f? 14U ?lui 1I1IIIU
cny number of critics, and the
more critical they arc, the better.
Every .instrument is warranteed,
and guaranteed by the?
WILLIS & SPEARMAN
?Round Trip Far???
_-vu- ----- -
S putn-crn Railway :
?o-.coinecil^? with .Blu? Rldge.J
i'i-' i.ihir ( avrfor or the South, front!
S1940 New Orleans? La.
and return account of Mardi Gras
Celebration. Tickets Ott aalo Feb. 1st
to 23rd, with return limtf* March 6th
$14.55 Pertaacola, Fla.,
and return aocount of Mardi Grus
C?l?bration. Tickets ou salo Feb. 17
to 23rd. *itli return limit March 6lh,
$15.00 Mobile, Ala.,
and return account of Mard^jttfftj
CelehraUon. Tickets on sale Feb. 17
to 23rd* with return limit Maren. 6th, |
$12.75 Richrrisad, Va.
and return, a con n r. of Nat louai Edu
catlonul Association. Tickets, op aalo
Feb. 21, Ti, and 23rd. with return limit
March 4th> 1914. For complete infor
mation, tickets, etc., call on ticket
IV. h. TARER, FATA, tireeavUle, S. c
W. E. a>OKE. AGFA. Celastbkw S. C.
I'llll >I?IH> Hli?,^ll l[ I iTl IMfllM|H II M?W" m
fields were recently dla
th* Hnonlaa dittr'.ct of
Because ot the danger of explosion
Hamburg forbids manufacture: * to
keep m^ch wool Waste on hand unless
they hRTe specUI biuidlngf for it, re
quiring them to keep It in ft munic^el
Stocks and Bonds
Khw York. Fe'.'. 6.?Quotations le
duy worked lower slowly on the Block
exchange. Hpoculatlvo opinion was
bearish. The recent tendency of tho
market encouraged trader? to work
for ? rn:i<-tion. and in Ute latter part
of the day selling became heavier. A
number of the popular stockB closed
at materially lower figures. Washing
ton advices indicated tho probability
of u delay of the decision in tbo
freight rate taae and operated ogalnst
railroad stocks, some, of which were
under heavy pressure. New York
Central was weak, falling off to
91 B-8e. Rock Island ?hures resumed
their decline. The common ut 8 1-2
and the preferred at 13 3-4 touched
now low levels. Id Die Industrial list
coppers were affected by a break in
Ute London metal inurket. Sice, held
up fairly well.
London's op?rations here were on a
reduced scale, .only 50,000 shores be
ing sold for foreign account.
Bonds moved Irregularly, with heav
iness In convertible issues. Total
sales, par value, $4,300.000.
Total sales were 328,300 shares.
Not all-of the saisi was held, hub the
[St?rket closed steady, l-4c to l-8c
above last night. Corn finished 5-8c
to 6-8<?f-3-4c up und oats ut un ad
vance ot I'te to i a-sc. m provis
ions the outcome was a net decline of
2 l-2cte 10c.
Wheat? Optra. Close.
May.ii ...881-2 ?3 1-4
July.: ...88 7-8 88 7-9
May.8s 1-8 661-2
July.651-2 65 5-8
May .39:5-8 39 1-2
July.3? 1-2 39 3-8
May. ...11.10 11.10
May.11. G5 11.67
New York Cotton
New York, Feb. 0.?Cotton showed
continued .nervousness during today's
early trading, but business was tees
actlve^and prices recovered part of
ve^terday's loss. The close was sien y
at a net advance of 4 to 9 points.
March led the rally and closed at u
premium of 30 points aver May. com-1
paring with 31 points last night.
Cables were lower than due and j
there wan a renewal of yesterday's
selling movement ut the opening, un
der which the market started steady
ut a decline of 1 to 5 points. All
months oxeept March made new low
records fcr tho season with May con
tracts selling ut 11.78, or nearly $4
per bale below tbe high figure* reach
ed toward the end of last month, Of
forlngs were by no means so general
or aggressive as they were yesterday.
Business became comparatively quiet
at prce3 rallled.but offcr'nga remaln
m\ !i*ht ???d closing prices wpre v.-ith
in a point or two of the bc3t. Lead
ing spot interesta seemed to bs selling
Max here during the early trading, but
were alsc credited v/ith buying March,
July and ' October, while there were
rumors that seme of the domestic
mills were calling cotton on a scale
down from the 12-cent level. The
weekly Dora bay report showed con
tinued heavy receipts of Indian cot
ion ?sd. accsrdi'sg tt some local
traders, foreign spinners are feeling
the influence of free offerings fro at
Bombay, as ? ell aa the large move
ment of American- ,
Spot cotton quiet ; m'ddl'ng uplanda,
12.05; juMdling gulf, 12.90. Sales,
Cotton futures closed very steady.'
March ... .12.0? . 12 ?4
May.11 KO* U.8S
Snjj.; .?.11.87* 11.88
New Origans Cotton
New. ?rieaaa, Feb. 6.?After a pe
riod of easiness in. the morning the
cctton market today displayed rather
unexpected strength and went to a
small net advance, closing steady 1 to
5 points up.- Throughout tho session
profit taking operations, by shorts
were the main sutmart.
Early in tho session price* went 6
to 7 peints under yesterday's final hg;
tires - In sympathy with bearish cables
and expectations of unfavorable week
end figures. The stormy and cold
weather sweeping the belt made the
bear.side cautious and finally week
end covering set in. The. demand was
moro than the ring could meet, and
in tho early afternoon tbo more ac
tive months were 1 ' a dosen points
over yesterday's clote.
Spot cotton steady,, unchanged.
Middling, 1211-lCc. Sales, on Uro
spot. 1,275; tp arrive. i?00 halos. ,
Cotton futures', c*' 4&g'? February,
12.30; March, 12.4?: May, 12.40; July,
12.49; October, li . .'.
? ? hm .
uverpr ~i vonon
Liverpool. F ' ?.?Cotton spot In
fair demand; \ - ;c-5 esa?o?; go?*i ra?
dltng, 7.2$. S,-. 10,600. including
f.tm Anette- .. Receipts, 33,060, in
dndlng 20,7ft American.
Futures c'j a4 steady: ',.-??- .
r; T" -ch ... ...C.58 ?.G9
^i^?*Jbk< ' " ni": '
?Ji^Maj. ... ...?.5i ist j
rnno^y.... ... .!!o.$l 6.641
New York, Fob; 6^?Cotton goods!
martlets were quiet today. Domestic
and foreign wools Were boughs.more
Retailers are numerous 1?
the markets, "They arc buying silks
mOr? "liberally than usual.
iff* .2***1 - - J* J-t
?~oitoia oeea utf
New York, Feb. 6.?Call money
steady, 1 3-4 to 2 per eent.T ruling
rate, 1 3-4; cloalng, 1 3-4' to 1 -7-8.
Time loans steady; 60 days, 2 3-4; 96
days, 3 to 3 1-4; six months, 3 1-2.
Mercantile paper, 3 3-4 to 4 1-2.
Sterling exchange, staady; 60 days,
4.8390 for demand and 4.8575. Com
mercial bills. 4.83. Bar silver. 57 1-2.
Mexican dollars, 43c: guvcrnniout
b-ruda 8tvudy; rullroad bonds irregu
Nscw Orleja i. Feb. C?Secretary Hes
ter's weekly statement, i.?nncd today,
showj for the six days of February
an Increase over last year of 98,000
and ? decrease under the same period
yenr before last of 130.000.
Fvr the 159 days or the season that,
have elapsed the ug^regato la ahead j
of (the 159 day -, of Ih.'I ?ycar 819,060 ;
and beh'^d tlic same drtr ; year before 1
The etsouet brought N &>-&gnt- dur- !
log the pust week has been 327,617 '
baloc, again:* 277,226 fo:* the sev. n
days end:ng this date last year and 1
417.993 fvnr before lt??t.
The. ?cvumer.t sine, September i '
shows receipts at all United States'
p^rts.-?272/. . agalast 8,052,862 iust
year. Overland across the Mississippi,
Ohio, and Potomac rivers to Northern
mills and Canada, 779,793, against
791,084 last yoar; interior stocka in1
excess,-of those held at tbo cIobo or,
the coinruie'-Hai y?ar. 7;: 9,212; South
ern, ntfjjl takings, 2,041,000.
The total movement Tor tho 159 '
d?: a v&iyy season staCO September l!
is .31,353,411. asulnst 11,202,910 lust!
i croMp exports. Tor the week have
aci-n^RM, agalnsit 214,759 last.year."
Tho total takings,of. American uillls.
North, Sc nth and Canada, thus far for
tlie season, have feen 3,8G:i.4l?,
against 3,055,890 last year. *
Stocks ut the seaboard and tho 29
General Passenger Agent,
Reduced Round Trip Fares from
Account/of National Education Asso
ciation. Tickets on sale Feb. 21? 2?-,
28, with return limit March, 4tb, 1914,
Now Orr?saha, Lit. _ 810-05
Mobile, Ala. ..* ilij.45
Account Mardi Crus Celebration.
Tickets on sale Feb. 17th to 23rd, with
retur limit March, .0th J914.
For further information call on Cits
Ticket Agent, or write
C, a ALLEN, ,
Now York, Fob. 6.?Cotton socd oil
for February wgs steady today, but
the balance of tbe Ust was doll, caused
by outside longs, reports of tower
crude markets and tho heaviness In
lard. Final prices wer? 1 point net
higher on February and 2 to 4 lower
on later months. Sale*. 10J5OO bar
rels. Prime crude, R.S3 to 6.00; prime
summer yellow, 7,06 to 7.10;, prime
winter yellow and summer white, 7.00
Chinai), Feb. 4.?BecaMs* bltizards
?ad extreme cold to the West threat
er.ed danger to aut??,r, ?owh wheat
prices today went to n higher level.
. Premier verrier of Ute Seul*.
IN CONSECWN WITH Jtl,L"K itlBfJE '
BAIL WA \*
Seheapl Etfeetlve Jan, 18? ?14
N :'ae fotiewius m-nridtitr s^ure?
, ii-i ? .i ll o:il> !,t??r?io?*?rm unit
".'?' '1. ,;> ',? <n ? . trsio? mwd
\t Vrrlv'tu : ro?u I"! >
0 i.reeivJlMe-and Bel ton.. 8;30 a. m.
22 Oreenviile sod Usltotv il Ae s. m
15 Chsrlestos. Cviunibi???d
Belion. through steeper to
It Atlaata, Walhalla and
Seneca.8:31 a. m.
25 QrecnviUe and Hdton .. 1:26 ]p. m.
10 Atlanta, Walhalla, and
Seneca v.4:52 p. m.
Seneca...,.6:52 p, ta.
V. Charlette?, Cdlnmbla and
Beltoa. Through coach
from Columbia to Wa>
haua.b:u3 p. m.
Id Boltou, Oroenvilie .. ..7;40 a. m,
22 Bel ton and OreeaviUe. a, a*
24 Bel ton aad Greenvillo -.2:25 p. m.
10 Bellen Charlaaton,
QreeavlUe and Columbia 4:62 p.m.
12 Bclton, Coiumbla. Char
leston aad QreenviUo ..8:31 tt* m.
% Censca. Waihalla and At
11 Seneca. WaJ?aU?. through ;
coach from Columbia.^:62 p. n.
No baggage wilt be ha???ea 9%
motor cars Nos 20, 24, 2L 25> 22, 23,
ConneeUon m made at Balten rar
Beuthera trains and at Bsaeta Mr
trains to Atlaata and
W. r. Taber P. * V. 4, CNaaavfile.
Wl B. McOee, A. % ft A* Cc?oraWa,
lending Southern iutcxlur ccutt ra have
ri/-creased djurtng the* we* 48.078
bales, uguliist u decrease during the
.>.>::.'..uuiiiliii!'. period lust season, of
1)3,70?, and ure bow 362,03? larger
than at ijiis lime in 1913.
Including stocks left over ut ports
and interior towns* from the last
crop und the number of bales brought
into aiffht th?b fo? ffori? th? H"~ CVCy,
the supply to date is 12.148.828.
against 11.507,02? for the same period
World's Cotton St pply.
New Orleans, Feb.. 6.?Secretary
Hester's statement of the world's sup*
ply of cotton, issued today, shows a
deeecuac for the week just closed ot
11,298, against a doorcase of 160,781
rite total visible Is G,25C,0?4. against
6.267,272 last week and 5.827.013 labt
year, Of this the. total of American
cotton Is 4,517,004.. against 4.581,272
last week and 1,483,918 lost year; and
of all other kinds', including Egypt.
Brazil. India, etc., 1.709,000, against
1,080,000 last week and 1,344,000 last
The total world's visible supply of
cotton shows a decrease compared
with laat week of 11,208 and an In
crease compared with last- year of
Of the world's visible supply ot cot
ton to date there Is now afloat and
laid in Great Britain and continental
Kuropo 3j251,000, against 359.000 Inn
y?rt?r; in Egypt. 361,000. against sov
00tf last yoar, and la tiio United Statu?.
1,895,000. against 1,537,000 last year.
Dun's Weekly Review.
N?w York, Feb. 6.?Dun's Review
tomorrow will say:
There arc further evidences of re
Tivbusiness activity with the ex
paut-iou iu. Industrial operation* con
htliutiu^ one of: tho beat features or
tiio situation. Somewhat lees soft}
Plaint is heard regarding labor condi
tions.', os? the number of unemployed,
white, ppparcqtly ?UP 'arse, hua been
reduced considerably of late.. This
obviously enhance;- the purchasing
'power e,f the, pcopic and confidence In
the future' is gradually strengthening
Developments In Iron 'tnd steel last
month were of such an escosrugisg
nature that prices in certain finished
linen, bavo been advanced ?1 a ton?
a significant fact la view of the free
dom with which concessions vote
Commercial failures this woo'; arc
3T2 uguinst r.1t? last- year, l-'ailuros
in Canada number 57. ignhtst -it* last
LOG CABIN SCHOOL.
Atlanta, Feb. 6.?A singularly, in.
' tcrcstm f story that Is connected, with
the car^y l,fa of ?>r. .7saae 8. Hop
kins, beta red Georgia ? tucatdr,' ~*tthi?
was laid Ho rest, Jn Oxford, hib old
heme yesterday afternoon.
Dr. Hopkin^. was the father of
technological cducut'.ou in , Georgia
and this part of the south. Aa? pro
fessor at Emory College. Oxford, not
long after tho war, he , fitted up,
first as a sort qf relaxation from his
literary duties on the. faculty, a
little log-cabin, with a turning lathe
and other simple tools. There af
ter hours he ut'sd'lo work In wood
that his "rlciiyij among the ?tudeaio
and im made tho work so fascinating
dropped In and watched him ??r
hours at a time. Eventually ho un
dertook to teach <what he knew of
wood-working to mcnsbcrS of the
school,, and started a little class.
vAt that tin? therg ' a -Wide
prejudice ' against technological
schools. - but, the scope ?t bis work
broadened until ho became the head
of Georgia's state technological school
and it may ho truly said that the
birth of every big technological Ut
Stltutiop in the south may be traced
back directly or indirectly to. toe
bumble log-cabin and the turning
JACKSON'S UICKOBV StlC*.
WcshJcai Wilsen jfi
T?'?bhiu?ivBu, Fub. ?.?Andrew Jock.
P son's famous M?kory stfck was pre
sented to President Wilson today by
[ Senator Tbomnson In netiaif cf Ler!
! Dudlau of Wiohita, Utk*,, who got it
i from a friend of former presi
It is said to he the same stick with
wh eh "Old Hickory' looted the
ailed ?taten Treasury on Funu?j:i
nnia avenue. Thcrovra? a dispute
aa 'o v/here U Bbbcld bo.
"Put It there," Jackson la credited
?Ith having raid. .as he blunged the
I end or the. hickory slick i I?to the
round whero tho building uow
FARES ifcftA ?NtrERSON, S. C.
Hit/baton^ Va*, $12.75
Account of National Education Ar
sociation. ticket? on sal* Feb. 21. 22,
23; with roturu limit March 4th,
Hew Orleans, La* $1040
Accout Mard Ores celebration r
tickets oa sale Feb. 17th to 23rd, with
j Washia&tett, i>? tICsii
Account Fiftieth Anniversary,
Kinghts of Pythaa. Tickets''on sale
Feb. 16th and 17th, with rcthrn limit
Feb. 26th, 1914.
For further Informaitoa call city
ticket agent or write,
C. 8. AXJJ?N,
, General Pass. Agent
W Oreemvile, B. C.
^ *V ^ *ir* *o** ^f* ^ ^ ^ ^ j
THE DAY IN CONGRESS f\
* * * * * * * * * * * * V
(Oy Associated Press.)
.?Washington. Feb. C?Day In Con
Hearings on trust bills before in
terstate commerce committee.
Repr?sent?t Ives nt th? Yt?"k
Stock Exchange were beard before
the banking Committee on tho Owen
Passed ,u bill to extend tbo law
marking.'graves of. Confederate' eol
dlera In Northern States.
Adjogrncd at 5:00 p-. m. to noon
.Dls?nsscd private hills.
Commercial committee hoard mer.
chanta un the Administration trust
District day postponed from next
Monday to Thursday on account of
the funerul or Representative Drom
nor of New Jorsoy, who wus a mem
ber of the District commKtco.
Unanimous consent agreement to
continue good roads' bill debate Sat
Recessed at 5:25 p. to to S p. m.
o 1IO.NEA PATH. &iE WS? ? !
o \j l >..... o|
Fvam> Thp Chronicle.
Prof, it. 15. Hick* curried his 10th
grada pupils over to the. Hones. Path
Power Plant Monday afternoon to
study tho working of the dynamo and
tho motor. Mr, Featherstone very
courteously demonstrated the machin
ery to the class.
The Friendship School 7?nprovcmont
Friendship scucoihous'.', Frltf.ty night,
association will have u U> : party at
February Cth, beginning ut 7 o'clock.
The public Is cordially invited to at
Mrs. It. L. Baruiorc of Donaida was
carried to Columbia last week and
placed in tin: Columbiajkpspitul for
treatment. She was operated on last
Wednesday and is now getting along
nicely. Mrs. Barmorc is a daughter
of Mrs. E. H. Booker.
Elisabeth Hamilton died last
Saturday near Little River and was
buried or. Sunday at ML Bethel church
in t the presence of a large concourse
of friends and relatives. Sbo was one
of tho oldest residents f this section,
having reached tho ripe old age of 90
Although very little work has been
.done on the street* for the past year,
the new~ccuncil has teken the matter
in hand and Ir. now having,tbo various
waterways repaired, tho bridges put
in shape, and tho rough places put in
good condition. It is the purpose of
Mayor Wright to give this work spec1
ial attention as be la an advocate of
-god- roads* ?>-> >.*-- ?*? -' v-i -
Mrs.; fcmm.t Jones. Cooper, widow
of the lato JJcnry A. Cooper, died la; !
Saturday at the home of her daugh
ter, Mrs. J. 11. -Wren' in Greenville,
after a brief illness., Mrs. Cooper
iived in i^iurens county but had gone
to Greenville ~to visit lier daughter,
and while there was taken 111. She
was about 8 years .old and was un
estimable Christian lady. She was tho
mother or Mr. J. W;. Cooper of thiB
plac? and Solicito- R. A- Cooper of
Laurcu3. The Interment took place
Sanday at Union e muen, the funeral
services boing conducted by Rev. M. 1
Citizen Josh Ashley come up from
Columbia last Friday and spent a few
days at hie homo near thin place-. The
general assombly went to Florence
Priday to iuinnei ti.?e state reforma
tory at that place and Mr. Ashley took
advantage of the adjournment to coine
home. He is looking very woli con
sidering the. fact that hu. haa boon
In. .feeble health for several months,
suffering from cn attack of apoplexy.
Although hu .1? not au strong us in
former days, he te able to lot his in
fluence bo folt in the work of tho house
and when ho does not favor a measure
ho lots it be known .that he Is ?'agin
It ? and forthwith starts to kill it, He
returned to Columbia Monday night.
' SOTK L, SIBSCBIBKRSS
* Some of oar subscribers who
"The tha* *
net nn> 0
dcxetand that the Dn4ly wJU b* ?
seat te AM, moserihete to 4hs *
Semi.W^cly for ? snort while, *
the De?^w^b^seat fi
At tj?^??lrk*l<uv sf^tkls ttew *
at^Wch'ttaee n& ?leee who do
net desire to become sabserih, f
ers to the Dally \vUl be eontlu- *
KCd oa the MeKl.Weekly H t
sad vrm reeelvo. the Semi
Weekly for the fall time for
which Ihn have ptMU-xWtm* U
aatbiag Mfcupgtsry about he*
coating srWrikcr* to. Mm
l?*Jly, and w? simply, vi*J? ALL
p?ftr wc ra? pabj?sh..
Of coarse wo ?hau be glad to
have as n?ny oji wia>nWrllK>
to the ?all?, sud shall a>pre*
date their, doing; su as early as
?ey decide, to *cee*e sabnerlb.
ers. The assonnt aaM in ad?
tance w$H be ?redited -na the
s?sserIstion p??ce of *0*? ?&Uf
te those sobsrr?seers ?fccsW** is
tMMfti frxm tie femLWee&lr.
Brown Ct?c* Building.
Second Floor. Phone 269.
" ANDERSON.* C SATURDAY MORN^FI*l?jAin^ WOtE FIVE CENTS. $8.00 PER ANNUM.