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Twenty-five words or less, Ono T
Sir Times $1 00.
Al! advertisement over twonty-flv
word. Hates on 1,000 words lo
No advertisement taken for loss
If your name appears in tho tole
your want ad to 321 and a hill will
FOR SALL New Ivers and Pond
piano, for $900- coat $12,100. Ap
ply to I' W. Major, treasurer Ham
mond School- Anderson, K I.
I (1-0-1 mop
KO It SALK-Wo have a small tract
of land formerly part of the Quince
liamnnd placo, which can be bought
cheap If you act quick. Frank & De
Camps ltealty Company. 9-30-tf
SKASONARi.K (3 AKREN SK KU-That
winter gar'ens will assit you to re
duce th a cost of living during win
ter. If ?? hurry or In doubt, phone
4(?4. Freeman Smith, Seedsman.
FOR SALK-One 1914 .nodol touring
car $450.00, payable $100.00 in cash
end balance in cotton at 10c; one
1912 model touring - a-. $300.00 puv
able, $100.00 In cash and luilance In
cotton at 10c; one 1911 model tour
ing car, $175.00, $00.00 cash and
balance in cotton at 10c. Wrlto or
wire S. M. McAdams, Iva, S. C.
WANTED-The public to know that
we have Just received a targe ship
ment ot box files, and can supply
your wants'In thia line. Anderson
Intelligencer, Job Department ti
WANTED- You to know that wo do
high class cleaning and pressing.
Ladies work especially. Agents Ben
Vondo Company, the '.louth's largest
dyers and dry cleaners. Columbi'
WANTED-Clean Cotton Rags. Ander
son Intelligencer,. Job Department.
PLEASE-Don't believe tho follow
ing statement, but come, see for
yourself whether it ls true of not.
We claim that we give just a little
better shave, a little better haircut,
* - a little bettor service in every way
than ia offered elsewhere in the city.
The Eagle Barber Shop.
WHILE EATING ls necessary to life;
-. Why not eat where you can enjoy
it? Our service in tho best in the
city, and our prlcea aro right.
Everything in season, and it tasteB
just right, too. The Luncheonette, tf
MIDWAY CAFE-Clean and up to date
placo for ladies and gentlemen. We
are Americans and deserve your
patronage. Think it ovor.
NOTICE-Wo aro now prepared to do
your grinding of all -kinds of feed
stuff-cotton stalks, corn stalks,
ahucka, atraw, grain, etc. Price 20c
per cwt. Strictly cash. Anderson
Mattress and Spring Bcd Co.
HOUSES WANTED- I will ho at the
Fretweli Company's stables Thurs
day, Oct. 22, to buy 200 horses. A,
What Would You Dot
There are many times when one
man- questions another's notions and
motives. Men act differently under
different circumstances. Tho question
ls, what would'you do right now If
you had a severe cold? Could you do
better than to take Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy? It ?H highly recom
mended by people who have used it
for years and know its value. Mrs.
O. E. Sargent, Peru( Ind., says,
"Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is
worth lt8 weight in gold and I take
pleasure in recommending it." For
sale by Evana Pharmacy and all deal
Feed and shelter them veil
through the non-laying season and
the hens will begin by shelling
out the eggs much earlier than
they otherwise would.
Use a tittie extra money to
. good ?avantage jost now?
Haven't you eomcthing to sell?
I Do yon own something yoe no
- longer use, out which it ottered
at ? bargain price woola ap.
% peal at once to acme one wno
An 5?ELLI6ENCER Want
An* will turn: Ose triefe?
Imo 25 couts Three Timos ?6 cents,
a wordfl prorata for each additional
ho used in a mouth mudo un uppli
than 25 cents cash In cdvance.
phone directory you can telephone
he mulled after its insertion for
LOST Gold Lle-clusp with word
'.||?nry" engraved thereon. Itoturn
to the IiitelliKuncor and receive re
Twinkles From Starr,
Miss Maud erskine, one of tho
Starr teachers spout tho week-end
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Bannister,
have returned home af tor visit
ing relatives in Jlonca Path.
Mrs. J. !.. Singleton and little
daughter, Kathleen, have return
ed from Greenwood where they
?have been visiting relativos.
Mr. M. R. Camak, principal of
the Starr high school was in An
Mrs. White from Anderson,
has boen visiting her sister, Mrs.
J. L. Pettigrew.
Mr. John Gentry who has been
here for several months, has re
turned to his home in Wachula,
Mrs. Clyde Cobb and little son,
Clyde, Jr., from Shelby, N. C.,
aro visiting relatives here.
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Pruitt went
to their farm in Mt. Carmel Sun
day. They made the trip in their
Mrs. !.. O. McCalla'and Miss
..ttie Singleton attended a mis
tary meeting at Williamston
Mr. Bradley Lcveretie, who has
been in Clinton for some time, has
returned to his home here.
Mr. J. J. Smith made a busi
ness trip to Columbia several days
Mr. Jim Alexander, of Iva,
spent one night of last week at the
home of Mr. J. L. Pettigrew.
Mr. and Mrs. John McCalla, of
Lowndesville, spent Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Jones.
Mr. ana Mrs. Brooker Quarles
and Mr. and Mrs. l om Gentry
went to Williamston Sunday in
Mr. Quarles' new car.
Miss Annie Shirley attended the
lyceum, at Anderson College Fri
Miss Leila Stewart was shop
ping in Anderson Saturday.
There is tn be a lecture by Dr.
Edwin Hall at the Starr school
building on Wednesday night.
CWr?b??r 11 Th--? mihi!** :-.-- J
KJ\. lyuci _?. inc pUUIlC IS tilden
to attend, admission is twenty
live and fifteen cents.
_ edna H.
-ai---as? . i M snaso
BOILERS, TANKS, STACKS,
ALL KINDS OF MACHINERY
AND SUPPLIES, REPAIRS
PIPE, GALVANIZED ROOFING
LOMBARD IRON WORKS
ls It your eyes or glasses ta
question V Alright then dont
?eek farther, Just see me. I
sp?cialit? on these troubles aad
can give yon that finish on
work that apella satisfaction.
IM'?-? eC.00 to $5.00 np. Re
pairs 10e aa,
DR. M. R. CAMPBELL
112 W. Whittier St.
Ground floor-telephone con
Change In Location
I am now located over W.
A. Power's grocery store at
212 t-2 S. Main Street. I
thank my friends for their
past patronage and ask con
tinuance of same.
I make platea at $6.S0
a luSiMi numil Itft.W
Silver fillings, 50c and up.
Gold fulinga $1.00 and up
Pali il er A Extracting 40k:.
1 make a specialty of
treating Pyorrhea, Alveo-'
laris of the gums and all
crown and bridge work and
regulating mal formed teeth.
AU work guaranteed first
S. G. BRUCE
Continued Heavy Purchases of Co
disc by Agents of Countries
i tty As ?ncialed Presa. ?
XICW ?OItiK, Oct. 21. Continued
heavy purchase!) ot various commo
dities und general merchandise in
Ibis country hy agents o? Kuropean
coiiutrioH :it war have l>e<:onie a do
( i<li il racier in tho foreign exchange
nil nu) ion. <'aides and sight drafts
mi I .i 111 ? 111 M dei lined again today liol
rn ll led slightly later as offerings of
lolls grow Hcaroer. At today's low
cal quotations Loudon exchange was
almost tour n ut:; lower to thc pound
sterling than in Mo* curly day ; ot tho
Continental exchange again was
purely nominal, hut quotations un'
liorlin : nd Hamburg WIT? lower, o
i ; ?:.-:!? rally believed in llnaiiclnl oj?
elos thal Herman toxlile mnnufue
t II re rs have hoon nuning largest buy
ers nf thai slap!?? hore recently, hui
jut how or when deliveries are to
IK- mode in (hal count fy i:; not e\
'ihe colton pool nrojeel assumed a
new plum? today hy reason ol a eon-J
ferenco ;,i this eily int wein reprc-l
Confidence is C
Needed "to Rei
President Wilson Tells Directors c
Thinks Business Mei
Then is Ne
(Cy Associated Press.)
WASHINGTON, Oct. 21.-Confi
dence is Hie only1 thing needed to ro
Btoro "huffiness prosperity, President
Wilson today told directors of tho
federal reserve' hanks whom ho re
ceived at tho White House. Tho
president declared he thought busi
ness men were moro nervous than
"For my own part," said the pres
ident, "1 believe that the host thing
that ?'an bc done for the country ls
to open the banks at the earliest, pos
aiblo date; otherwise, wo should
seem to doubt their efficacy. Other
wise wo Bhonld ?oom to discredit in
part the very thing that we are un
"For mv feeling uhnut tho present
situation is this: The only thing lack
ing is confidence. Tho circumstances
nf the world are extraordinary, but
wo ought not to allow our mental
attitude to ho extraordinary. We are
New York Cotton
NEW YORK, Oct. 21.-Reports that
cotton bills were being offered more
froely In tho foreign exchango market
and predictions of increasing exports
imparted rather a steadier tone to tho
ci i ti. i ii sit uai ion today.
It was also reported that some of
tho eastern mills were beginning to
huy more freely, while inquiries rc
garding the purchase and probable
cost of carrying spot cotton in south
ern warehouses were Bald to be in
creasing. These inquiries were sup
posed to reflect a better investment in
terest. Local spot people, however,
said their offers from tho South
showed little change.
Exports of 20,000 hales for thc day
brought tho total so fur this seador
up to only 3t>2,5G0 hales against 2,
o.".::. I in last year,? while export value*
averaged about three cents a pound
lower than last year during tho month
New Orleans Cotton
NRW ORLEANS, Oct. 21.-Although
spots held steady and unchanged in
the local cotton market today, futures
were weak, Januarv selling down to
7 cents. Longs appeared to be eager
to let go aud their offerings drovo
the price down from around 7: IC in
the early part of tho day. to the 7
The forign export movement for the
dey was only 22.290 balee, whereas
receipts at all United States porta
were 47.000 bales. Stocks at all ports
now amounts to 572.141 bales.
Sales on thc spot 105; to arrive,
450; middling 6 5-8.
Cotton Seed Oil
NKW YORK, Oct. 21.-Cotton sood
oil nisde new records, the outcome
of hedgo pressure and genoral liqui
dation, Induced by cheaper and freer
crudo offerings and lack of bull sup
port. Final prices were 10 to 14 points
Sales 16.800 barrels. Spot $5.00$}?
$5.15; October $5.00ii)$5.10; Novem
ber $5.00??$5.05; December $5.04if
$g.O?; .lanunry $5.16? $5.17; Febru
ary $5;25?$K 2a: ??*Tch *5.45<i>i?.4fi;
April &K.?3f?$5..r>4; May S5.?10$S.7J.
Total salea 16,400.
CHICAGO. Oct. 21-Huge export
eales at rising prices today gave great
strength to wheat.- The close though
somewhat unsettled, ranged from 1
3-8 to 1 3-4 net higher. Corn closed
i 3-8 up and oata with m gain of IO
1 1-8. In provisions the outcome was
; New Phase \
mmodities and General Mc-rchan
at War a Factor in Foreign
non tut i vea of tito Federal reserve
hoard und the heads nf eovernl linan
ciiil instituttona which ar<- to parti
itpntl! ill lil?' prO|K)8?-d pool.
|n ?lie Kcveral marketi whore sc- 11
curdies nrc heine offered lhere was
MK.I her reduction in the minimum
prices recently fixed for ?il stocks. J (
New York city fi per cenl notes wore'
in demand at price:; only slightly
limier their host.
Trade authorities confirm unoffi
cial reports dealing willi Hie steel
and pig iron industries. Most of
the larg'r plants have reduced ac
I i villon 50 per cont. Copper demand
alsi. remains ut low ebb.
Currency transfers to New Orleans
were ? direct reflection o? thc cot
ton movement from that section.
Mi.re gold was shipped m Canada hy
thc City Soto Syndicate. Time mon
ey ranged from fi to 7 ??or cent. Lo
cal hanks made more retirements of
clearing house certificates .md tho
amount now outstanding is .believed]
in he relatively small.
if Federal Reserve Banks That He|
i Are More Nervous
i more nervous than there is cause for,
land if we go about business as if
nothing were happening, business
will take carp of us as we take care
of it. That is my conviction.
"1 will not again use tho word
'psychology,' hut there ls a psycholo
gical clement, there is -\ state of
mind involved in this thing which it
would he very useful if we were to
j correct and thc way to correct it
with others is to. correct it in our
selves--to fool that there is nothing
Ito walt for in nutting business upon
the footing upon which it is to re
main, I hope, for a great many yean
"But when I started out I did not
expect to say these things; ! merely
expected to tell you how sincere!)
gratified I am to have the opportun
ity of meeting' you und bil'telllng yoe
how I congratulate' the country upor.
heing in the hands, in tho matter ol
! hanking, of such a body of men."
2 1-2 to 507 1-2 decline.
Grain and provisions closed:
Wheat, December JUIG 1-8 b May 1.22.
Corn, December *6tT; May 71 3-4.
Oats, December 50 3-4; Moy G3 7-8.
LIVERPOOL, OcL 21.7-Cotton. spot,
in limited demand; good middling
5,40, down five points, all others un
changed, Salps !t?7Q0 bs??s Including
2,500 American on. the. basis vjf 5.or
for middling. No imparts.
I NEW YORK. Oct. 21.-Cotton poods
of a heavy description wer* sold today
or lato delivery. Cotton yarns were
lull. Worsted yarna were in better" de
uand. Burlaps were easy.
NEW YORK. Oct. 21.-Closing Mer
-antlle paper 606 1-2. Sterling ex
?hange weak; 60-day billa 4.92; for
ables 4.9525*74.9550; for demand
1.9450 O 4.9475. Bar sliver 50.
CHICAGO. Oct. 2t<-Hogstneottiedl
Muli. 16: AO; light 6.8007.46; mixed
6.8507.6O: heaw 6.8007.60: Tough.
5.80@7; piga 4.2606.76.
Cattle weak. Reeves 6.15010.85;
steers 5.7608.75; stackers 4.90 07.80;
cows and heifers, 3.2008.70; calves,
Sheep, firm. Sheop 4.9O0R.O5; year
lings 6.6006.60; Iambs 6.1007.85.
POSITIVELY XANTE RS CROUP
Folev's Honey and. Tar Compound
cuts the thick cheeking mucca, ead
Hears away the phlegm Opens np
the air passages and stops the hoarse
cough. The gaspinr* strangling fight
for-breath gives away to oulot breath
ing and peaceful sleep. Harold Berg.
Mass. Mich., writes: "We give Pol
ey's Honoy and Tar to . our ?children
for croup and it always acts quickly."
No wonder a maa In Texas walked 16
miles to tho store to get a bottle of
Foley's Honey and Tar Compound.
Every user Is a friend. For sale by
. Notice of Meeting.
The annual meeting ot the subscrib
ers and friends of the Anderson
County Hospital will be held In the
Chamber of Commerce rooms, Tues
day, Oct 28. 4 p. m. fdr the purpose y
?electing trust?es and auch other busi
ness as the meeting eiiall eeo fit to
R. a LIGON, President
Continued From Pago One.)
iavy Borvlec huvo suffered litt lo lom
ind hove been doing splendid work.
Illili battles aro. hoing con teated
villi a I ur;.- and tenacity that would
ridicule thal Ktrategic importance is
itlacbcd lo thc positions held by the
>ppOEing armies. When rs town is
cachet! si rod lighting generally de
velops. One ?Ide gains an advantage
july to lose it when tho other sido
.rings up reinforcements.
Thu;; far tho Allie:i ' havo hold .
ITprua, which la considered un im
lortunt point, as it supports thc ul
led force thrown out toward Roul
.r*H and ?ociningly endangors tho roar
)f the ??o; niau army advancing to
ward Dixmude and tho coast.
The Gormans are striking hard ut
ho French lino in tho vidaity of Lu
[lasse :tml have made counter attucks
iftainst tho force which for many
lays has been endeavoring to relieve
Along the rest of tho lino from west
to east tho ?French communication
mys there hi no notable change The
'?orinan staff also ignore:; that part
if tin- battre front in its statement.
These reports doubtless mean that
neither side ha* made any consider
It is not believed hero that there
las heen i?, cessation in light in-.; oith
!?r on the Meuse, where the Kron ch
ire trying to drive tho Germans
iway from St. Mihlel and Camp Mos
ItomaincH, or at Helfort, which thc
?(.'muns aro attneking.
Of the fighting in russia the Ger
man official report says no decision
has been readied willie the Russians
-daim an important victory. An of
icial report from Petrograd says
(?orman troops which were advanc
ing toward Warsaw in the region
north cf the Pilitza river have been
repulsed and are now in full retreat.
They aro said to have been repulsed
md are wounded on the field. The
Russians, according to this report,
'lave assumed the offensive, but the
Hermans are resisting on. the left
hank of the Vistula, south of the
Pilitza region, as far as Sandomir.
Tho report seems to show that the
Germans have concentrated a strong
force of arillery in front of Kocienice,
lust acress the river from the im
portant fortress of Ivangorod. It
nhls that the Russians are holding
this district under most favorable
conditions, as far as locality is con
cerned, but in the next sentence de
llares that tho Russian position on
the left hank of the Vistula is now
Of the progress of the battles In
Galicia, the russian and Austrian re
ports again are in direct conflict.
The Russians say the Austrians have
''ailed to cross the San .river anv 1
hat tho Russians are taking the c/
enslve, while near at Prcmzysl thc
Hussians Repulsed numerous bdoies
?f Austrians. ,
The Austrians, on tho other hand,
.lr.im that their attacks are progres
sing and that the Russians have hcon
?riven out of several places. It is
nought here that tho Austrian re
port refers to a battle taking place
arther to the south of Prxcmyal.
In East Prussia the situation
;eems to he unc>i:.rge^i.
The Servians uguln report suc
.esses for their army over the Aus
rians in tho sphere of operations in
Naval activities continue in differ
ent parts of tho world. The Ger
nan cruiser Baden again has been
husy In far Eastern waters. She has
mnk four British steamers and a
iredger and captured two other ves
sels-the steamers Exford and Saint
The St. Egbert was allowed to pro
ceed to Cochin, British India, with
tho passengers and crows of tho ves
icls tho Enden ?p?k. The report pf
'.ho operations of the Emden does not
*ay what was done with tho Exford, .
which flics the British flag and was
bound from Yokohama for New York.
In tho Adriatic, whore the Allies
leets aro attacking Cat taro, there hos
icon fighting between the French
?ruiner Wafdock Rousseau and Aus
trian sui.m.11 ines and torpedo boat
destroyers. According to the Aus
trian account of the fight, the war
ships "escaped safely." Austrian
submarines ' also have raided Antl
varia, Montenegro, and destroyed
In the Baltic it is reported there i
has been an engagement between tor
pedo boats and submarines. No d?
tails or tula ??ghiiiig bave been re
Italy has decided to remain out ot
Ihe war but she has notified the pow
?rs sho may And lt necessary to oe-?
copy Avlona, Albania, owing to
.baotie conditions prevailing in that
A revolutionary outbreak in Por
tugal today was promptly suppresa
jd. It was learned from an authori
tative Portugese source in London
that the Portugese government had
been in close communication with
3reet Britain and was prepared to
employ all her available forces on
the side of the AU*ts. The Portugese
congress meet? tomo.row and lt ts
expected here will take some action
m th>S SUbJcvt.
Belgian refugees are beginning to
return from Holland to their own
country. German military authori
ses. lt is salA, have ordered alb Ger
man civilians to leave Brussels oW
ng. lt. ls believed, to a shortage of
Great Britain ts adopting stricter
nesswres against Germana and Aus
trians ia that country. Many of the
nen will be aeat to detention comos.
Scratching around in filth and
dirt is not good for the hen's
health. Do not postpone clean
ing the hen-house too long.
_s/?^s. *o*" cerset,
" ^^^^ Why purchase
^ol0***o?c?c?afc^(^ a make-at-ran
//^y***^^**0*3*^ dom? Why not
Jr \ A he sure of hav
/ /^\)^ \ m* bc*t?
/ / \ The Redfern
S F^L^ci , Vb * Corset fills
^^^^V'?t?f every exacting
/ ^?v. W[ requirement of
/ / \s\ design/ quality
/ / |\ \ (D^*.^ I FIT
\ I r^^^vl ) model?e to
^x^i???iu^^^^l produce the
p^^^/^^. A most advanced
/ v \ and cprrect
J J U . \ lines of the sea
/ / \ ^ ?on*? vogue.
\ I I \ \\ This season
j \ / 3i vL?^!_ C*^* '?r supp'e"
i W^?el~^^?^?ffl?fev ness and wQ
t^^^^^^^^^^^j / lowy grace.
\ m \ i^^^^W1^^^^/ Redfern corsets
\??OL reflect these de
^--fcaeii^rs?S^^-^ rnands perfect
The Very Newest Styles in Ready Made
Attire and Millinery Arriving Daily
?U?.|;?- ?* The very latest fashion ideas in short, long, Kedingote,
g j - j ... ? j basque, cossack, military and tailored models are all
represented in the assortment now on hand for your inspection; Why
not come and make your selectin now while stocks are complete?
J)|"ggS^S-.? For afternoon, visiting and general wear, we have
i,? m, n j - new models in silk, velvet, serge, satin and serge,
mads up in the mest exclusive style effects.
lV?ilIinPl*V-?. ^ur hats this season cannot be beaten for
m. , m. * 11 . i ? -~. style, beauty, and real value anywhere. We
are satisfied that our showing this season of millinery, excells any-?
thing shown elsewhere throughout the Piedmont. Our stock in
cludes the fashionable velvet shapes, sailers, dress
shape? an*! turbans-rooat?y b^d blocked; trimmed with ostrich
fancies, ribbon, cut steel novelties and feather bands.
AND OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT, TOO!
The Day In Congress
WASHINGTON, Oct 21.-Senate:
met at noon.
Bills waiting on tho calendar were
taken up for discussion.
Adjourned at 2:22 p. m. to noon
House: Met at 'toon.
Adopted judiciary committee re
port recommending no further pro
ceedings be had In the case of Pod
oral Judge Emory Speer, of Georgi v
Rejected compromise cotton rollet
plan for 1250,000,000 treasury notes,
or $240,000,000 in Panama bonds to
bo deposited in cotton and tobacco
States banks for loons to farmers.
?Lack of quorum kept business at
a standstill several hours.
Adjourned at 6:40 p. m. until l? a
Toned lip Whole System.
"Chamberlain's Tablets have done
more for me than I ever dared hope
for," writes Mrs. Eather Mae Baker,
Spencerport, N. T. "I used sseveral
bottles ot these tablets a few months
ago. They not only cured me of bll
loua attacks, sick headaches and that
tired out feeling, but toned up my
whole system." For sale by Evans
Pharmacy and all deals.
An Unusual Opportunity I
IThe special departments of Anderson Col- I
lege can enroll a few more pupils, and the Col
lege invites the ladies of Anderson and vicinity*
to take advantage of this opportunity, I
Prof. and Mrs. Goode
VOICE DOMESTIC SCIENCE
Miss Stranathsn Miss Murray
Miss Smith Miss Wakefield
Whether voa contemplate taking up the
study of any of these studies or not, we will he
giaa to have you visit the College and see the
work that is being done.
DR. JAS. P. KINARI), President