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The Money Market
Never grows too tight
fur the ODO who ha?
*)KtciaaUcally ?at a
-ertaln Ham each
ino?( h In the Bank- Op?
?ortunltieK often open
lo people who have
Are you In a position
to take advantage of n
co od business opporlu
Deposit your money
wita tis*? Saving* ?>*
part men t of
Bank of Anderson
The Strongest Bank in
Richard I. Manning Waa Among
the Visitors to Belton and Waa
Richard I. Manning, governor-elect
of South Carolina, arrived in Belton
yesterday by tho? time that tho fair
got well under way and was an In
terested spectator at all of tho events
staged by the Fair association. Mr.
Boanning came to Belton from his
homo in Sumter to attend tho event
mid he said that he was well pleased
over having made the trip after ho
saw what Belton people could do
toward arranging a one day fair.
Tho distinguished visitor said that
he was well pleased with the many
evidences of prosperity and he docs
not see why .people bf this section
should complain of haid times.
Mr. Manning complimented the of
ficiate of thc Delton fair, and assured
them before ho loft that he had en
Joyed overy minute of hl3 stay in
their charming city.
Wo are doing superior work at our
ginnery. Swap meal end hulls for
seed. Also have five hundred bushels
of Bancroft Prolific Oats (graded
seed) for sale or exchargo for cotton
?i' od. Price $1.25 per bushel or one
pound oats for four and one-half
pounds cotton seed.
0-26-1 mo. CLUCK MILLS.
Best thing for constipation, sbur
stomach, lazy liver and sluggish
bowels Stops a Bick headache almost
at once. Gives a most thorough ami
satisfactory .flushing-no pain, no nau
sea.,KeepB your system cleaned,
sweet and wholesome R B Ranm?s
sen, Escanaba, Mich, wr?tea: "Cltro
lax is a fine laxativo, pleasant to take,
and does tho work hi a very thorough
manner." Chi,; i eu, love? lt. For sale
hy Evan's Pharmacy:
Chickens like to work among
coal ashes. And it is claimed by
those who ought to know that the
gaps worm is discouraged by
sprinkling the coal ashes liberally
in the poultry yard.
Wo have Just received another ship
ment of pretty little souvenir watch
badges. When next you are in town
codi In and got ono fon your boy-I t'a
;- . .VVIWA'..!''*' :
W. H. ggjSSE & CO.
N the clock you've read ao nanok
about in tho magaTaaasj ar
rived tn our atore laut week
with 20 brothers.
They're th? finest alarm
docks weVe ever s**??. They're
built right and right from the
ground op. We're . practical
dock jeweler? and we know.
They'll ba in ?ur wmcbw
for several days yet, and we
Would Uta for you to coane by
and look them ove; .
WAITER H. REESE & CO.
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At the P
Harry Rogers and his aggregation
yesterday at -the Palmetto in "Tho Tw
This little musical comedy was ve?
other comedian were certainly "there'
Several specialties by Harry Itogei
pany added considerably bo thc pleasi
Taken all in nil, it was a very devi
adding the pictures to this show, even
with his purchase. _
I Personal fi
? . i
?fi if i iji igi BgS 1*4 ? iji ?J? *'A*4A*IL '?* *X*
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. KecBe and Miss
Kecso spent yesterday in Hartwell.
Ga., with friends.
John Simpson of Pendleton was
among the well known visitors to tho
Mr. and Mrs. John Wofford of Starr
passed through the city yesterday en
route to their homo after attending
the McPhail-Willingham wedding at
George Evans, Archie Todd, Misa
Liza Major. Dr. J. C. Major, ,Mrs. Mary
Beatty, Claude Masters,' Mrs. Marlin
and Miss Holcombe, were arning the
Anderson people to attend the Mc
Phall-Willinghnm' wedding in Pendle
ton Tuesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Dean of Starr
spent a few hon vs in tho ctiy yester
day with friends.
Mrs. N. D. Sullivan of Ashcvillo, N.
C. ls in the ctiy for a short visit to
friends and relative.
Hrs. John B. King or Willtemstou
wa3 shopping in the city yesterday.
James Crawford has gone to Pea
dleton to attend thc Happoldt-Craw
Glenn Evans was among the Ander
son pcoplo to spend yesterday In Bel
T. B. Moacham of Greenwood spent
a few hours in tho ctiy yesterday on
J. P. Selby of Columbia was among
the visitors to thc ctiy yesterday.
Archie L. Todd and Jimmie McCul
lough spout yosrerday in Belton at
tending the r?\ir.
C. A. Waters cf Bolton was In An
derson yesterday for a few hours.
O. H. Joffe of Charleston was In the
city ycatorday un business.
A. p. L. Barksdale of Groonvlllo
spent part of yesterday in the < Hy.
. Qoorgo P. Carter of Greenville waa
air.ong tho visitors to tho ctiy yester
day. . ...
j Dr. C. H. Bulkiey of Spartunburg
waa in thc city yesterday for a fow
Prof. and Mrs. 'Bramlett of Clemson
college were shopping ? in the city
yesterday. . ?>
Scanter Jones of Starr waa among
thc visitors to spend yesterday. In the
W. R. M<rCown of thc Roberts ?co^
linn waa in the city yesterday for a
MTH. LOU Anderson, has returned toi
her homo in Bolton after, spending a]
few days in th? city.
Alec MbBee ot Groonvlllo woe
among the visitors to thc city yes
C H. Trlbblo has returned from I
Columbi* where ho bas been on a!
F.hv,-rt visit (, "
. JesRio Stribling has gone' to Spar- j
tanburg on 3 business trip.
Miss . Aillo MSjor of Belton was I
shopping in the city yesterday.
.Mrs. E. M. Cary and M?as Holen 1
Cary of Seneca spent yesterday Ih |
tho city with friends.
John Davis of , Pendleton was
among tho visitors to tho city year
Claude Sorrells end Sidney John
gen of tiwi well. Oa,, were ta the city
; yesterday} .
ot tabloid artista mado quite a hit
.y clever indeed ; Rogers and the
* with tlie mirth.
.s and other members of tho com
?re of the performance.
?r little show for the admission; and
a grouch would have been satisfied
Sheriff Hoe Ashley has been to Co
lumbia on a short business trip.
Miss Lizzie Davis of Anderson, R.
P. D., ?was shopping in the city yes
,.Tohn Glenn of the Conte.rville. sec
tion was In thc city yesterday on bus
?Oliver Holt of the Ccnterville, eec
tian cano to Anderson yesterday on
Sam Hutchison motored to Walhal
la yesterday, where he spent the
J. S. Leggett, a well known um-1
brella salesman .of Baltimore, was
calling on the jewelry trade In An
W. P. Jones of Anderson, ?Bl P. D.,
was in tho city yesterday for e. short |
Mrs. H. P. Hailey and Mrs. W. I.
Hailey of Hartwell, Ga., arrived in
the city last night foi- a short visit
to Mrs. \V. H. Keese.
H. M. Soidonstickler, representing
Meridian Brlttlaho, 1847 Hogers
Brothers, Wilcox & Evertsen and the
Forbes Silver coiupany, was in An
Among tho visitors in the city yes
terday was J. Hi. Homey of Charldtto,
representing the American Seating Co.
of Chicago. Mr.' i teil ley stated he had
not been in Anderson for five years
und could hardly recognize the city, so
stupendous had been the growth and
consequent improvoinonts here. He
said Anderson had thc appearance of
a city of 50.000 people, and that it
looked to him as tiro ugh tho city was
: The. old infirm hens eat more
food than they pay for, besides
they are nable to disease, weed
Qt nothing you can. In the
long run und wltb my ch lost
labor, make only-nothing.-Car
'. fat kitchen makes a lean
Everything ls twice as large,
measured on a three-ycar-old's
tb roo foot soak-, as on a thlrty
y eur-old's six foot scale.
n ol mes. ?
In lire lt ls difficult to say who
do you the most mischief-ene
mies with tito, worst Intentions
or friends with tho beat-Bul
We are nearer neighbors v*
ourselves than whiteness to snow
or weight to stones.-Montaigne.
other-officials of the Anderson I^Ji
ment Company, owners of the
|n Theatre, relative to chaira Zjll ,
ts tor the. new building. Mr ^?tI,
laya that Anderson people, If iL""0
klre to aecure seats for the !?X tl
before Decomber 20, will cer- L,,t\J?
ive to place their order at ? "J.
? it la extremely doubtful If SJ?m?
i caa be delivered by that wn,tni
n though the manufacturers p.w._
work at once on the order. ?T
?re being made with an eye *
the theatre open on Decem- ?
r as soon thereafter as may I"*11*
)lc wa? r
. ' - the Ai
keft Probably ligenci
eliver Address. Whale
inderrtood that (hose inter- ho aa?
the building of a grain ale- the De
Anaerson are now conferring ed ?or
f.. Plunkett of tho Farm }n? cqrapli
t Work of the Southern raJV onenja
I? a vfsw to having Mr. Pion- could
e bare for the noxt meeting count j
dy of men behind the eleva- succ?s
ne, and tc explain in detail y ester
itly Anderson county will
rronj launching auch an un- Cenrtl
r. Mr: Plunkett has offices in Was
jknd ls m very busy man and Th?
Manie doubt about whether or was a d
THE COMPRISE G
Southern Members of til
uously, But in V
(Hy Associate!] Press.)
WASHINGTON. Oct. 21.-Th? com
promise rotton relief plan, proposed
by Southern congressmen to relieve
the situation result lng from the de
creased European demand for cotton
on account of the continental war,
wn.s defeated in the bou.se today.
to 91, Tho proposal contemplated
the deposit of $2:-0.i uo.OOO of gov-, j
ornmcp'. funds in Southern banks to
be loaned to cotton and tobacco
Southern members of the house1
fought strenuously, but in vain for
the hill. Chairman Gloss of the
banking and currency committee and
Republican Leodter Munn opposed the
plan as "utterly unsound," declaring!
it would contract thc credit of the
South rather than expand lt.
Tho cotton belt members led by
Representatives Henry ond Hard
wick insisted that thc plan followed
past treasury policies and the treas
ury often made large deposits of
government funds to avert financial I
stress tn the various sections of tho |
The cotton relief supporters suc
ceeded in setting aside the calendar
Wednesday rule under which con
sideration ot the cotton plan would
have been prevented for .thc day.
Representative Henry moved to close1
all debate on the spcial rule brought
in for the consideration of the Lever
cotton warehouse hill, the Glass hill
authr.rir.ing tho issue of federal re
serve notes on loo per cent, com
mercial paper, and thc cotton relief j
Thereupon Fbnreaentatlvo Glass
made the point that no quorum was
present and a roll call was ordered
to enforce the attendance r.t absen
tees. The roll call disclosed the
.presence of a, bare quorum, und do
nate on thc rule was closed by a
vote of 120 to 95. All efforts to ex- |
tend thc time allowed under the rule
for discussion of the bills failed and
the consideration of the 100 per cent,
commercial paper measure was be
gun. Representative ?ulkeley for the I
banking and currency committee,
supported the bill, but opposed tho I
amendment proposed by the cotton
was "tardily organized."
Many Southern members urged tho]
rules committee's cotton amendment '
Ut the Glass bill for increasing tho
circulation based bn commercial pa
per to 100 nor cent of tho unimpair
ed capital and surplus ot tho issuing
' Representative Henry sold the cot
ton amend ment was necessary be- !
cause the Aldrich-Vreelaud act hod!
foiled to get money for the South and
because tho federal reserve system
was -tardily orgonted."
Representative MbKcllar, of Ten
(By Associated PrcEK.)
FROM THE BATTLE FIX>NT, VIA
PARIS, Oct 2i.-Tho Belgian army
with the English channel on Us ex
treme wing, is showing a marvelous '
fighting spirit despite ita long, hard
campaign and disappointment over
Ute loss of Antwerp und other largo
In tho terrifie open struggle along
I the frontier tho Belgians, with the
French and British,, hava repelled
with the greatest energy Incessant
German attacks. Today, Uko yester
day! tho Gorman .. envy artillery
poured a bombardment on the allied
positions, but thc Belgians counter
attack od and forced the invaders to,
j retire nearly Uivo miles.
Further down the line on the Lys,
i the French were closely engaged
with general success. Three French
MRS. W. A. lil BOENS, Editor
Quaint old St- Paul's Episcopal
church at Pendleton waa the scene
of e. beautiful wedding yesterday af
ternoon at 1 o'clock, when Muts May
Bolle Crawford became the bride ot
Mr. Ben Hapooldt. The church had
been tastefully decorated In autumn
leaves, with graceful garlahda of
green that formod an appropriate set
ting for the simple and impressive
ceremony. The bride entered with
her brother. Mr. Henry Crawford, ol
"ioluihola. and was met at the chan
el by thc groom and hi? nephew,
Jr. Ed word Shuhrlek; here the Rev.
JJ, T. Porcher read the beautiful
ceremony of his church. Mia? Bitza
Crawford, slater of the bride, waa
maid of honor .and 'wore a charming
lavender su't with hat and gloves to
match. Tips br'de wore ?. beautiful
troveling suit cf a dainty wistaria
shade, and carried a large bouquet
of white Chrysanthemum?. Little
Mis? Claudio Pr?vost and Master
Earle Sloan were the flower* bear
ers, and entered Just lp.f?ont of the
bride, scattering rosea 4n her path,
while Mia? Hunter presided at the
niHLsHte1)' nft?>r tho ceremony
"rsi Kile? "Hunter entertained at aa
elegant reception in honor of the
ie House Fought Stren
ain for the Bill.
ncBsoe? said tlie house oas no bank
ing Kvstam tor ibo producers, that
the South needs immediate relief and
was only asking what the secretary
of the treasury ls asking tho South
ern hanks io loan money on cotton
Representative Crisp, of Georgia,
contended that it waa not a ?ocal, i*>
lltlcal or sectional question, thal the
Southern farmers have no money to
do business on a cash basis, hut
have'to transact their cotton busi
ness on a credit bads hecauHO the
South has never recovered from the
War Between the States.
Representative Hellln, of Alabama,
said that the thirty odd millions of
people were asking their countrymen
to put some pf tho government's
money in the banks of the South to
relievo a suffering caused, not by
economic conditions, but hy tho Eu
Representativo burnett, of Ala
bama, Byrnes, of South Carolina! and
others pointed to the precedents of
the South Joining with the North in
relief for thc Salem dbastor, the
San Francisco lire and earthquake
and the Ohio floods.
"Printing largo suma of money
never will help thc cotton situation,"
Republican leader Mann told thc
house. "Tho proposition to increase
the legal tender notes by $200,000,000
without any additional gold reserve,
is a dangerous proposition. What the
South needs 1B a market for Iho cot
"If $1,000,000,000 were placed In
the South I doubt if money would
bc any easier. Tho people in the
South or elsewhere will not loan
monoy on cotton or anything else un
less tho security is good. Tho more
asset currency you have without i af
folent, assets behind it, tho less
credit there will be,".
Representative Glass said that,
while appreciating the situation In
the South, tho cotton amendment
was unsound and without precedent
in thc history of tlie country, that
shrewd business men would not buy
the vast amount cf Iranda proposed,
and that the amendment would con
tract instead of expand.it
Lack of a quorum prevented action
on tho bill to permit national banks
[to issue- circulating notss based on
commercial paper up to ten per cent
of un lin pa rod capital and surplus
and also on tlie measure to create
cotton warehouses. Indications to
night that both of those measure
would bo pocketed In the rush for
Tho cotton* relief compromiso bill
provided that the $250,000,000 be
rained hy thc iasyo of Unitc-U State?
notes j.r tho sale of Panama canal
I sh ar ps hooters performed a brilliant
feilt !.* defending p. bridge, the pos
session of which was of great strat
egic i m por ti nco to. both armies. The
Germans rondo a cavalry ?dash in an
effort to seize the passage, but the
French behind a hill 75 yards away,
poured out their fire until tho Ger
mans retired, leaving the bridge In
tho hands ot tbjo Allies.
Around Lille, there has been fierce
fighting, ?rartlcurarly. In the neigh
borhood of La Basse, which threatens
tho German possession of Lille.
Stroct fighting has been severe be
tween tho long lines of houses con
necting tho sister towna of Roubaix
and Tourcoing, -
Along tho center thc artillery, ac
tion continued today without great
: chango but several Gorman trenches
j were captured.
bridal party, and about 100 guests
Were present and enjoyed this de
lightful occasion. An elegant salad
courso was served.
Mr. and Mrs. llappoldt left at 3:30
for an extended trip to Florida, and
later in tho winter will go to Mexico,
where Mr. llappoldt has been a very
successful mining engineer.
Mri Happoldt as Miss Crawford
has been a frequent visitor to Ander
son, as tho guest of her sister, Mrs.
Charlie Pr?vost and other relatives,
and lias a most attractive and charm
ing personality that bas made her
i popular all over the State, being
closely related to many of tho old
and prominent families that inn
gono out from Pendleton. Hor mar
riage was an occasion of great Inter?
est to her many friends and many
out of-town guests were in Pendleton
for the wedding. .
Mr. Happoldt was forme?'::' from
Pendleton, but bas been in Mexico 20
Mrs. Eva Marrey went to Pendle
ton yesterday for the Crawford
Happoldt wedding. -
A charming, bartel event in con
nection with the convocation at Gr?ce
Episcopal church waa. tho elegant
luncheon given yesterday hy the lad
ies r? the church In honor of tho vis
iting delegates. The luncheon waa giv
en at tho pretty homo of. Mr. and Mrs.
R. C. Webb, and covers Tero laid for
BO. Tho following menu waa served:
Cream chicken on toast potato chips,
hot ,MacuK<> i aaMsaafass,*imite?, to?
cream and cakes. It was a vary plea?
Too Much Clothing Bought, Must Unload
Anticipating an unusually heavy Fall and Winter's busi
ness in clothing we bought too much clothing, and this, to
gether with the continued warm weather has made us decide
to cut the prices NOW, rather than run the risk of "getting
One lot of Men's Liluc SergeA a AA
Suits in plain und fancy weaves*/! UH
worth $7.00, going at .ijlliUU
One lot of Men's Suits in Serges
and fancy Worsteds in a great Ap Aft
variety of nice patterns, worth %j\ Uli
?9,ft0, going at.-laVtVU
One lot of Illue Serges and Fancy
Worsteds, guaranteed All Wool fhn AA
and well worth the regular price v?ll lill
of $12.50, going at.VUiUU
Our entire line ot High Grado Suits,
in Serges, Worsteds, Cashmeres,
Tartan plaids, and Novelties, A<| AA
worth from $15.00 to $18.00, go Jf|j| MK
lng at only.ipiltUU
A big linc of Men's Pants running
from 98c to $5.00, at Ar
greatly reduced m?|
One lot of BoyB' Knee Suits in Blue
and Fancy Worsteds, regular Al ft A
values, and well worth it too?k/l lill
$7.00. going at . .V "jMJJ
A big lino ot Boys' Knee Suits Al
from 98s to $4.00, great values, V?i
Now is your time to save mon
ey on Fall and Winter
ant occasion and fully enjo/cd by all
Mrs. W. II. Coleman leaves thin
morning for her homo in Chicago, af
ter ten days' visit to friends here. Mrs.
Coleman made her home in Anderson
up to ten years ago and rt Miaa Chris
tine von Urostei was a very popular
member of Anderson's social set. She
modo her home with her sister. Mrs.
J, D: Maxwell, at their beautiful borne
Eld ge wood, now the home of Mr. A. S.
Farmer. This home waa always a pop
ular, spot to the young people, and
as Mrs. Maxwoll la a moat accomplish
ed and gifted musician, thc evenings
anent in their homo were particularly
pleasant Mrs. Coleman's visit has
been a source of great pleasure to
Mrs. Clyde Cobb of Shelby, N. C.,
who is visiting her Bister, Mrs.. U. H.
I lodges at Starr, spent yesterday here
As Miss Kate Davis, Mrs. Cobb had
many friends In Anderson.
Mrs. E. M/ Hocker of Columbia la
i inwi flaf ?. few days.
mwmmimmnMMmmm? miAwn mm? san
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, There is no-time lo3i*MMvaiting
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The fire is ready the very second
you are, and it can be put out just
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Oas only burns when needed,
you control it JUST* as easily as the
water from the spigot in your kit
Cheek Kidney Trouble et Once.
There is such ready action In Foley
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from the very first dose. Backucu?,
weak, soro kidneys, painful bladder
and Irrgular action disappear with
their usc. O. Palmer, Groen Bay,
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covering her health and strength, due
solely to Foley Kidney Pills." And
W. T. Hutchens, Nicholson, Ga., saya,
"Just a few desea m ado me feel bet
ter, and now my patna and rheuma
tism are all gone and I sleep all night
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in front ot job department down
stairs. Splendid centra! location.
Apply at Tho Intelligencer Ofljce.
Be sure and save the butchering
refuse for the hens^ and store it
where the dogs won't carry it
off. The scraps pf meat and
cracklings do the hens lots of
good. Salt the Cracklings slight
ly and they will keep quite a while
in a cool place.
Throw some corn fodder and
clover hay where the hens can
pick over it, and they will do bet
ter than they will on grain alone
Hens require forage feeds; if you
don't believe it give them a bunch
of hay or fodder and watch them
go after it.
lt'# vary Economical
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