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"Every man in this coun
try will have new and
"Every Factory will
have a broader market
for its out-put, and
"Every Industry in the
land should thrive' as
(Copied froni Manufacturera' llccord,
October s, l'JU )
Opening Date. Opening Date.
Saturday, Oct. 17iti
KRESS CANDY KITCHEN
A number ot. years ago, wii-n the agitation was t?rst started"
or sanitary methods in the manufacturing and selling of food
products, the Kress organisation realized thc nr.2d of a system
of candy handling that wouid be scn'tory, and at the same time
assure thc consumer of quick and efficient service.
Thr result of all this investigation'and construction work is
the candy equipment which from a sanitary standpoint has no
. !n working out the iden, the term "unit" has been applied,
to the compartment in which the candy displays are made.
These compartments are made of solid mahogany, with im
ported opaline glacs bottoms, French plate mirrors and Ger
man silver trimmings, with plate glass cover so arranged as to
make the casa uLeu?iue?> saiiiiu?y-- i?y, dust und gciu? pfuui.
The method af handling the reserve stock is embodied in
a sanitary container placed in the rear of the candy unit, and
.so adjusted that original boxes of candy received direct from
the factory, are placed underneath the cover and so quickly
get-at-able that candy saids are made without the touch of tho .
human hand. * t
This feature alone required three years of persistent atten
tion to thc finjr points of candy equipment, and has thc en
dorsement of candy and food experts everywhere.
You will be privileged to-inspect this most unique arrange
ment for thc sale of candy on the opening day.
VWATQH KftESS* WINDOWS?
?Frank Vau>o. of Columbia, I3 spend*
th$ week-end with bis mother, Mr?,
B. W. Vance.
Miss Julia Kerr, of Bradley, we
fihpppta K In the cit y yesterday._
Will Not Support rrogress^Tcs.
I lu: ID1 i, Oct. 10-Tho prohibition
State convention today rejected the
proposition to support thc Progressive |
party candidates in view of thc adop
tion by that party of n platform plank
favoring national prohibition.
From Oio Hattie Front, via Pari?,
Oct. !". 1.15 I' ni Sabre and lamo
Came into play many tiroes tod iy. Tho
French, british and Ooriiiau Hussar*
lancers, dragoons and culrasBlera In
enormous nuuibcrH, come into contact
.nar Lille. There wera no brilliant
charges by loni; lines of horsemen to
record, bul thc British and French
.jflen crossed swords with the blue-*
?ray elad Connans.
i Urn- lg not an inch of ground
hereabouts which doe? not *how tracee
of Hie awful character ut the battle
Th" town of Albert is a mass of ruin*
Roye lias disappeared under conutant
bombardment. It was thu center of
Hie (?crinan effort to break through
the allied lines. The dorman artillery
lind i ikeii advantage of many (marries
in the vicinity where they placed guns
which were beyond the reach of thc
NEW YORK COTTON
New York, Oct. 1?.-Cotton goods
[Markets aro very irregular owing to
Hie Blow readjustment of values, and
(he financial complications that hin
der a norma! movement Many dry
gonda hills arc due and unusual fi
nancial accommodation ls being asked,
hy debtors. Some prices aro. down to
a basis of 7 1-2 cents cutten, while
- thers show no chango from tho levels
uf n couple of mooth* UKO. Export
iradc with regular customers is devel
oping very slowly, but there ls con
siderable business coming forward
..'rom countries at war. Duck, blan
kets, sheets, night shirts and drawers,
towels and other goods have been
bought in substantial quantities fo1 .
war und hospita! purposes- Domestic
trade is very uneven, southern mar
kets being at a standstill, ami many
industrial centers showing a decline
lu buying power. Prints, ginghams
and other staple eclored cottons are
held ut old prices owing to the dif
ficulty of gettnlg dyestuffs and the
high prices at which limited lots are
sold. New business for spring is com
ing along fi'om wes*, m agricultural
roc-tiens, but aa a mle the buying is
In small lots und of ? very cautious
character. Gotten blankets uro cold
closely up to the ond of the week
brown sheetlngu are weak while wide
."heelings aro very firm. Nominal
prices ure as follows:
Print cloths 28 Inch by Gi? S cents;
Q.xfiOa 2 7-8c; ?18 lr2 Inch 6ix64s
"I 7-Sce and 4cj brown sheeting??, south
ern slandnr.' ' 7 t-4o; denims 9 ounce
?3 l-2c; tick:'..rs, 8 ounce, 13c; staple
'.;5 !.::;.-ams (5 1-?c: standard prints
5 1-1 c; dress ginghams 9 1-lc.
COTTON SK ED OIL.
New York, Oct- 10.-Tho cottonseed
oil market was steadier on covering
and the firmness in lard In tho face
of further commission house SsolJlng
against Increased offerings of crude at
lowes* prices. Closing quotations
were fi, points lower to 5 points higher.
Primo crudo 4-20a4.27; prime summer
yellow 5.30; October 5.30; November,
5.S9; Dcccmbor 5-48; January 5.58;
February 5.67; March 5.79; April 5-92;
May 6.02. Prime winter yellow and
summet white 5-50a6.25.
NEW ORLEANS COTTON.
New Orleuns, Oct- * 10.-January
sank to 7.35" in tho liquidation trading
in thov cotton market today, but spots
wore unchanged at 7 1-4 for middling.
Toward the end of the dny sellers
wanted 7.10 for January.
"".The brllef seemed to bo growing
that spinners soon Would increase
their purchases nnd that the spot mar
ket would show moro strength, Spot
market quiet; BOICS on thes pot p9;
to urrlve 50.
Liverpool, Oct 1.0-Cotton, spot
quirt ; sales 2,800 bales. Including 2,- j
500 American on the basis of 5-90d i
' CHICAGO GRAIN.
Chicago, ''Oct- 10.-Foreign buying |
ascribed to uneasiness over reports
that hostilities promised nt any mo
ment to include Portugal and Tur
key, sent prices of web at today up
grade. The close was firm at 6-8 to
7-^ net advance. Corn finished nt tho
Reconnoitering parties frequently
came in conflict, in these engage?
meats tin; soldiers would take shelter
behind the many bodies on the field,
but nothing occurred which could bo
called a general buttle.
The vicinity of Arras, however, was
(he scene of vigorous encounters be
tween Infantrymen who engaged in
close fighting with bayonet after the
artillery duel ceased- At some points
along the Hue numbera of Germans of
fered to surrender il given food
Beyond Hove, where the fighting
has been exceptionally se^er for 15
days ivi posseFtiion of the place means
control of th. railroad liner, and alBo
iii.- road tn Amiens, thc allier, contin
ued their efforts lo dislodge the Ger
mans- lt was necessary for the alllci;
to conduct regular siege operations.
same as last night to 1-4 down, oat
l-l off und provisions with 2 1-2 to
22 1-2 gain
Grain and provisions closed steady.
New York, Oct. IO--Ctoton goods
were steady ami i|Ul?r today. Ya'.'iis
were quiet. Kuri her hea vy orderj for
knit goods for foreign shipment, were
reported. Silks weer dull. Linen*
were firm- Burlaps were easier.
Baptist Sunday School Picks Cot
ton for the Benefit of
Helton, Oct. lc--The Helton fair,
which comes off Wednesday, October
21, is all the talk now, and aa the
Lime draws nearer the hundreds In
terested are becoming more enthu
siastic' The weather permitting, this
should be the bent fair ever pulled cfT
In the Piedmont.
Hemcniber thu date, Wednesday, Oc
tober 21, and be on hand to meet your
friends throughout the county.
Thc Daptist Sunday schools turned
out In full force this afternoon and
picked cotton- The money made will
bo given toiConnie Maxwell Orphan
age. Miss peda Poor's class picked
314 pounds and Mrs. D- A. Goer's class
picked r?04 pounds. Mrs. Goer's class
picked on the farm of A- S. Fant and
Miss Poore'sclass picked on the farm
of the teacher's father, T C. Poore
This money will bc turned ov
tho orphanage In tho next few days.
All tho pickers were small children,
ranging around 12 years of age.
Hov. S. P, Hair, of Fort Mill. S C .
will preach here at the Frst Baptist
church tomorrow, morning and even
ing. Rev. Mr Hair is an able speak
er and both services will bc well at
tended- Morning service ;?t ll :;'.<? and
evening at 7.30. Public ls cordially
Invited to attend theno servcea.
W. T. Mc Dow and son, Sidney, of
Belton, route one, were in town today
Miss Oma Cox may bc mentioned
among those In Anderson today Lhop
Miss Selma Hunter, of Belton route
four, was among those who wont tc
Will Harley, of Toney Creek, waa
among those in Belton today'on bus!
J- T. Maddox, of Belton route two
may be mentioned among those herc
today on business. ^ .
Mrs- E. M. Harley and daughter
Miss Edna, of Toney Creek, were In
town today shopping.
G O Q351
Oct. 12 to 17.
Bi tr League- Stunt,
rKE HOUSTON PLAN
Members of the Agrigultural Com
iltteo of thc Ando.q;on chamber ol
mimerce and farmers around .'inivt
10 county acquainted with what the
lau ls for handling the present cot
ia situation, say that tho cotton or
ani/atiou 1ms' hit the nail on the
fud and has found tho one best way
r meeting the situation and solving
In regard to the plan, the Houston
"We concur in tho widespread be
ef of fanners, merchants, bankers,
sonomisLi, and others that reduction
on of the cotton acreage the en
iing season by half, ls the only
railable, sure and expeditious means
> - relieve immediate conditions by
tlniulatiug prices for Hie necessurv
lovement of the present crop and bj
tabliizing the holding of the sur
lus, and to guarantee fairly hlghci
rices for the reduced crop of Nine
"In many States doubtless there ls
o constitutional power to restrict
otton planting by direct legislation
nd befct athorltles believe it is un
listakably impracticable to force r
eduction indirectly by taxation.
"With commendable zeal and fore
lought. the Atlanta Chamber * of
ommjerce made a ?-.imple.hearted np
eal to the "Southern banks to bear In
lind this dire necessity and ex^-rt
very pressure 'o obtain commitments
11 along thc line ?o curtail the forth,
cming crop hy half- So far, so good.
"The cotton exchange of Houston I
roposes to supplement the activities j
f Atlanta, belie vrfo the agitation to
ut the crop should touch the thresh
old of every farmer's home In thc '
outh, and points to thc following
eady-at-hand human agencies for
nnsumating an organized Southside
"(1). The common school system
f thc South, Its State superinten
ents, county trusted?, teachers and
upils: (2) the masters, agent.; and
ural carriers of tho post-office de
ailment; and (3) thc current cor
espondents, agents, supervisors, in
pectora, and directors of tho re
pectlve State agricultural depa-t -
tents; all inspired, supervised and
Irccted by the United States depart
?ent of agriculture.
"Dy utilizing theso agencies tc
tandardize thc simple methods of so
Icitation and form of pledge to reduce
lie cotton acreage by half and t<
hint Fuch abandoned acreage at
daptable vegetables, grains and food
tuffs, and to report, register and* pub
Iph such uniform pledges, we be
eve tho united and binding moral
bligatlon of a vast majority of the
otton raiserfe of tho South can be
ecured wthin a short time
lons rof caen
"Sha" wo undervalue the tremen-!
[ona force and pifactlcod effect ol
tieso moral obligations? -
"Therefore, we urge you to adopt
roper resolutions appealing to con
rean and thc department of agricuK
ure to supply speedily the means
?hereby aMJiorough organization may
e effected to cut the cotton acre?
Silence never shows itself to
so great un advantage as wheu
it is made the reply to calumny
and defamation, provided that
wc give no occasion for them.
?. ? *
Silence, when nothing need be
BUM], ia iiie eloquence of discre
Silence is more eloquent than
That align?e ls one of the great
arts of conversation is allowed
by Cicero himself, who says
there ls not only an art, but even
nn eloquence In IL- Hannah
De silent and safe; silence nev
er betrays you.-John Hoyle
.' : '. ^-'
THE LAST SHRINE.
Not all my treasure bath the
Loo kfd !n f?br sllnamer?ng csv
erns of the past:
Fair women dead rod -friend
ships of old rime,
And noble dre:.n.s that had to
end nt last,
NAh. those Indeed, and from
Full many a holy relic bath he.
Vessels of mystic faith God Oil
ed for me.
Holding them np to bim tn
life's young morn.
All these are mine no more;
Ttfee- bath them nil
Timo and his adamantino Jail
; Deepollure vost! Yet seemeth It
When unto thee 1 turn, thy
bloom ni.1 breath
Filling with right and incens?
the lust shrine.
Innermost. inaccessible - yea.
-Diehard Lc Oolllenne tn Cen
If Tour .Business Xs email Try
? Little Ad. and Watch Tour
::?: BUDINES? &BOW. :.?;
In Anderson October 12th to 17th.
As our part of this Great Movement to assist the Farmers, Mill
Employees and Mill Owners of the South, and especially of An
derson County, we are herewith naming prices on staple, season
able cotton goods that should move a big lot this week.
COTTON GOODS, WHILE
COTTON BLANKETS Mc,
ftljOO *1.25 und fif?O.
CURTAIN SCRIM-Big assort
ment of now patterns, 12 l-2c values
FLANNELETTE-Big* line of
Flannelette in all colors, suitable
for ladles bouse dresses, 10c grade
at 8 l-3c
GALLATE A-JU I shades o? Gal
latea, for making children's dres
ses and boys' waists, 15c vnluc at
APRON GINGHAMS-Dig assort
ment of Staple patterns, 7c values
10-4 SHEETING-Bleached and un
bleached, 35c quality, at 25c.
WHITE BED SPREADS- Excep
tional values at 93c, $1.25, -1.50 and
STANDARD SHEETS- Already
made, ready for use, 72x00 Inches,
50c grade ut 39c each.
Quality, SlxSO inches, 9Qc quality at
PILLOW CASES-42 by 30 inch
es, IOo and 12 l-2c, good values.
POE MILLS BLEACHING- 10c
quality at fi I-tfc
BROGON MILLS OUTING-Made
in Anderson County. Full line, dark
and light patterns, 10c grades ai.
UNBLEACHED COTTON FLAN
NEL-8c, 10c and 13 l-2o.
PERCALES -In an unending va
riety of colors and patterns, 12 l-2o
values at Hie.
GINGHAMS-Big line of Fall
Dress Ginghams for Ladles' and
Children's dresses. 10c value at
UNDERVESTS AND DRAWERS
-Ladies' vests and drawers, 25c
and 50c, good values.
UNION SUITS-Ladies' Ribbed
Union Suits, 48c each, Special.
CHILDREN'S RIBBLD VESTS -
10c, f.jod values.
And THOUSANDS of other values just as good as these that are
advertised for National Cotton Goods Week. Come!
The Lessee Co.
SECOND WEEK OF
COURT TO BEGIN
? ar ors fer th? Ssconi? Session o?
Civil Court Will Report
After being In Besslon until noon
resierduy, with Judge R. W. Mct.iimln
ier presiding, the fall term of tho
;ourt of Common Pleas Tor Anderson
:ounty took a rec.es? yesterday until
Monday. Tomorrow morning th? ju
.ors for tho second week of court will
-oport and the hearing ot jury oases
will be resumed- ~~
The last jury case tried thia week
ook placo Friday morn h ig and from
.hnt> time untU noon yesterday tho
court was engaged in equity buSlhr-SS.
hearing arguments and appcala and
A number-of- coses of-rrenoral In
terest aH over the county will bo
called during the coming week for
SOUTH CAROLINA: -Generally fair
Sunday and Monday; cooler Monday,
FOR REST-Office up-stalrs in new
: Wat8on-VandIv?r building and ofllcc
in front of job department do Wu
' Blairs. Splendid ' central ' location.
Apply at Tho Intelligencer Office.
THE LARGEST IN EXISTENCE-THE FINAL SHOW OF THE SEASON
ANMKMY October 27
That bully, woolly real Wild West
5Sf| REAL ROUGH RIDERS and HORSES Klin
aJlSU BlVBjg&VriMG THE FOLlOWrNO FBATO&RS f#III*
aTOU?!^*^-,* "^^STtWi-a CHAMPIONS
COWBOYS a?^?tTwS ??lte"WILO-WE&T 6IHLS
^TCRI TUR ft Uff IM! Jasapla? Irma Bsek ol Osttoplag Hofsa
a) IL Lil 8 ll HU YV ? Itu to Stocks Horns, thea wrestling corabmi
Contest Between Mounted Li.Hans L*nftfhotl nn DftreohanW
AfSbut fJowbbys sad Cow<irh lUlH?dil 08 ilUlaCUSvK
Chtai/InfrUnrc?f^hQmnfnnc? Aerad Winaem of Wyoming ead
CHIEF IR?NT?IL "
The Steak India? cWel whose pre.
file Is os the new nickle.
THE WHO THROWS
. ?THE BTJLL.'?
First Uaw neta ?f the new sensa
THEY'RE REAL INDIANS, KORE BR0?CH0?Bl? STING COW ?OYS?
HORE RIBEBS AND ROPERS) MORE PRETTY COW GIRLS THAN y
EYER BEFORE ASSEMBLED. A SERIES OF SENSATIONS F Ki: SEN T
ED BY REAL WESTERN FOUR'S, FBESH. FROH THE PRAIRIE, t
Down town reserved seat dale at EVANS*
PHARMACY, Main Store. Prices exactly.