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From October 26 to
Toasters $1.50, reg
ular price. . .$3.00
1 pt. Water Heater
$1.50, regular price
i?2 .... $3.00
of the condition of The Fumier? I
?ant, located at Iva, 8. C" at the)
close of business, Oct. 21, 1014.
* - RvnOSrCcS.
Loans and discounts.$28,032.09
Furniture and fixtures.. .. 409.01
Banking house. 4,430.10
Due from banks and bank
ers.- .. 8.481.21
Silver and other minor
coin.. I. , 62.05
Exchanges for the clearing
Capital stock paid in.$ 9,820,00
Undivided profits, less cur
rent expenses and taxes
Individual deposits subject
to Check. 10,560.29
Time certificates of deposit 13,226.69
Cashier's checks. 111.25
Bills payable, including certi
ficates for money borrow
ed.. . ... .. .. .. 7.500.00
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
County of Anderson.
Before me. caine W.iR,. Mullinnlx,
cashier of the aboVe hamed hank. Who
being duly sworn, says that the above,
and foregoing statement is a true
condltionsof sala bank, as shown by
the books of said bank.
W. R. MULLINNIX.
Sworn to and subscribed before mc
this 27th day of October. 1914.
L. II. HALL,
W. Frank McGee,
D. T. Simpson,
W. T. A. Sherard.
Stop those Early Bronchial Cough?
They hong on all winter if not
checked; and pave the way ic? seri
ous throat and lung diseases. Get a
bottle of Foley's HOney and Tar Com
pounded, and take it freely. Stops
coughs and colds, heals raw inflamed
throat, loosens the phlegm and is
mildly laxative. Chas. T. Miller, Ed.
Enquirer. Cannelton, Ind.. had bron
chial trouble, got very hoarse, cough
ed constantly from a tickling throat
He used only Foley's limey and Tar
Compound. Was entirely relieved.
Wants others to know of Foley's
Honey and Tar.
For sale by Evan's Pharmacy.
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We offer untii sold, 25 Oliver Flo*
One-Horse $5.00 Oliver Plows a
Light Two-Horse $7.00 Oliver P
Regular Two:H??se $7.50 Olive
Heavy Two-Horse $8.50 Oliver I
? ??? ? .
Now is the time to buy them.
As To F
Despite Lack of Official Disclost
to Readjust Conditions in I
ket Will Be Adjt
(Hy Associated Press.)
WASHINGTON. Oct. 30.-Efforts tc
readjust conditions ID the foreign ex
change market were continued ben
today at a conference between Sit
George Paish and Basil B. Blackett
representing the English treasury
Governor Hamlin and Paul M. War
burg .of the federal reserve board, an?
A. H. Wiggin and Benjamin Strong
Jr.. representing New York banks.
The conference adjourned to meet
again tomorrow without reaching the
point where? a definite agreement was
announced. Those present tock a
pledge of secrecy as to any plan?
Despite the lack of official disclos
ures, however, it was apparent to
night that the conferences have
reached in concrete proposals design
ed to take care of American obliga
tions to England in a manner satis
factory to American bankers, the
trasury department and the English
Sir George, it was understood to
night, was abie to cable his govern
ment details of the way in which
American bankers plan to meet their
The Anderson police are mere ac
tive in their efforts to round up peo
ple charged with selling liquor, trans
porting liquor, or dealing in liquor
in any shape, form or fasltion, than
they have ever been before, even in
the history of the eldest inhabitant.
When John Kicks, a negro hack
man, called at the G. S. and A. frelgh:
.station yesterday morning and secur
ed a package of liquor addressed to
L. R. Meyers, Officer Sanders prompt
ly walked up and arrested Ricks on
the charge of transporting liquor
The defendant was released on a $100
cash bond furnished by Myers.
Another development in the'liquor
cases now being heard in Anderson
turned up at 3 o'clock yesterday af
ternoon when H. T. Elwell, a barber
by profession and about 20 years of
age, entered a plea ot guilty to sell
ing on five different occasions. This
case' was worked un through tho Thiel
Detective agency. The city attorney
asked that the recorder wait a few
days before passing sentence on El
well and to this request Ute recorder
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MRS. YT. A. HUDGENS, Editor
Miss Emma Martin of Donalds is
tho guest cf Mrs. Q. Frank Johnson.
Mrs. I. D. Bryson of Clinton will bo
tho guest ot Mrs. J. A. Cook next
Miss Leona Bell of Spartanburg is
-.pending the week-end with Mrs. u.
Mrs. R. Y. Hollams of Greenville is
visiting her daughter, Mrs. Roscoe
\fosely on West Whitner street.
Mr. Hal Pinckney, formerly of this
city, but now of Atlanta, is visiting
his Bisters, Mrs. J. L. Sherard and
Mrs. Rogers and Miss Sara Sanders
ire home from a visit to Calhoun
lyalls end Latinice
.iNjapmjaH ^2p"Tr' '? .*:'*?5v
s at following unheard of prices:
lows at. .$5.00
r Plows at. . . . .$6.00
ires, It Is Apparent That Efforts
the Foreign Exchange Mar
obligations, lt hus been generally ac
knowledged here for several days tha
England would not insist on actual ;
cash at a period when this nation 1
putting in a new hanking system
Short term paper lins been discusser*
as one way to avoid actual gold
payments until American exports maj
reduce the balance of trade. Accept
ance? for foreign shipments runninr
for 60 days, with the Indorsement o
banks in thia country, were suggested
tonight as a means to this end, and I
waa pointed out that New York bank
ers may feel In a position to organi?v
a syndicate to issue short-term se
curities acceptable to the British gov
As plans for the SlSfi.OOO.OOO cotton
loan fund progress, members of (in
federal reserve board feel that the
opening of the New York and Liver
pool cotton exchanges will not be
long deferred and hope cotton wi IP
begin to flow once again in something
like normal-quantities to Europe. Ir
ordinary times cotton would accoun
In a few months for many millions of
dollars, now left on the wrong side o'
the American ledger._
5 G ALORE
Louis R. Myers, who is under In
dictment in several cases for selling
liquor, had two more warrants served
on him yesterday afternoon. He pul
up bond of $200 in each case. The
two last warrants served read:
'That In the city of Anderson dur
ing the period of time from the 7tb
day of September, 1914. to the 20th
day of October. 1914, both days In
clusive, one L. T>. "Myers did directly
or indirectly keen or manage a place
where persons were permitted to re
sort for the purnose of drinking intox
icating alcoholic liquors or bever
"That In the city of Anderson dur
ing the period of time from the "th
day of September, 1914, to the 20th
day of October. 1914, both days in
clusive, ono L. R. Myers did direct
ly or indirectlv keep or maintain by
himself or by associating or combin
ing with others a club room or place
in which intoxicating soirlts end in
toxicating alcoholic liquors or bever
ages were received or kept for sale."
Miss Berta Newton of the city
schools is spending the week-end
with friends at Honea Path.
The ?P.dles of the Sonic;- Philatbea
class will conduct their usual Satur
day afternoon sale this afternoon at 3
o'clock at the Citizen bank stand.
Cakes of all sorts, candles and fancy
work will bc for sale.
Mr. and Mrs. James L. Tribble are
home from their trio and for the
present are with Mrs. J. L Tribble
on North .Main street.
Miss Kate Cr ayton, formerly of this
city, bat who hus been teaching for
several years at Tornorvy, Washing
ton, is here for a visit tn her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Crayton.
Miss Anna Bell Dean returned yes
terday from Ware Shoals where sin
attended the Cobb-EUiott wedding ot
(Continued From First. Page.)
Somme, Oise and Aisne, frequent iso
lated actions occurred today, espec
ially near Rheims. No important
change in the positions waa brought
Th? fact that the battle is progress
ing more easily discernible at night
man in Ute day time when the smoke
less powder renders artillery and
rifle Are almost invisible. In the lark
ness, however, the flashes shoot out
brightly and tho roar of the cannon
seems louder, wbllo the scene ls
brightened by the blazo from burping
pillages and farms.
On tko Mouse the Germans have
been unable to Dring their great
Howitzers II to effective action owing
to the hilly, wooded country, while the
French troops, with their thorough
knowledge of the ground, have been
ible to execute very annoying maneu
vers. Today's Infantry engagements
In that region were very hot
In upper Alsace the Germans and
French were entrenched opposite each
ither on the slopes on either side of
i valley, but despite enormous dir
Flculties the French troops advanced
a the face ot a terrible fire and cap
tured the trenches of the enemy. The
operation waa costly, but the French
lecured a com sn ding position.
Met Death Leading
Company in Attack
(By Associated Press.
LONDON. Oct 30, (8 p. m.)-Prin
ces Henry of Battenberg has been in
formed by the headquarters at the
rront thal her son. Prince Maurice of
Battenberg, whose name appeared in
i recent list of killed, met death lead
tag his company tn an attack. The
prince was struck by a shrapnel hal
let -, !
Public Health Service Announces
That Disease Can Be Stamped
Out by Using Proper Food.
(By Associated press.)
WASHINGTON. Oct. 30.-The treas
ury department's offerts to get South
ern farmers to diversify crops an?
turn some of their fields over to otli
er products than colton took a new
turn today when the public health
service announced that the South
tnipht help to eradicate pellagra by
raising beans and peas instead of
"If you would avoid having pella
gra, von must eat an abundance <
beans, peas, milk, er?gs and lean meat
as a part of thc regular diet," says : I
statement issued- today through As
sistant Secretary Newton. "Hy usin;
these foods regularly not only may I
pellagra be cured when the disenso !.
not too far advanced, but prevented.
.Tills acutally happened in at least
one institution where, in 1013 there
were To cases. As a result cf change
of diet not a single case is known t?
have developed this year.
"It appears then that pellagra is
but unotlier example of a class ol
diseases, like scurvy, can he prevent
ed and cured hv an abu idance of food
of a proper character; and this fact
suggests the advisability of Southern
farmers cultivating beans and pea?
and raising dalry cattle instead or.
cotton at a time when thc market foi
the latter abroad has been all but
destroyed by the war."
George E. Roberto
Resigns as Director
(By Associated Press.
WASHINGTON, Oct. 30-George E.
Roberts, of Fort Dodge, Iowa, direct
or of the mint, has resigned. It was
announced at thc treasury department
today that the resignation would be
effective when accepted by President
Mr. Roberts probably will return to
the tanking business which he left in
1910 to become director of the mint for
the second time. His" first services in
that Dfflce was from 1898 to 1907. Mr.
Roberts was consulted frequently by
officials of the Democratic adminis
tration when the new currency law
was being framed. He Is a Republican,
'mt lt was stated at the treasury his
resignation was entir*lv voluntary and
.vorid be accepted with regret.
Mr. Roberts will become assistant
tp i he president of the N-tiona! Bank
of New York, it was ?. ounced to
Mr. Roberts hopes to >ake up his
new dutton next Week "?tcr -turn
to Washington of Secretary McAdoo.
?t Josephs Catholic church ser
vicos are annc.unced as follows:
Sunday, November 1 will be th'
feast of all saints. .There will be :
NOTHING IN EUR
PAKE WITH GBf
LONDON, Oct. 26
an editorial today
accorded the Assoc!
pendents by the En
government to the d
former. It says fui
colleagues never he
sociated Press, li is
ful news organis?t
and nothing In Eui
with it Its statexni
accurate and are
throughout North A
Tba Daflv Inteflierencer ff
PLETE Aaaociatod Press rape
that th? readers of the IntaUif
cd" on any kam of World New
A Trial Subscription of 1
Anderson people will nil be pleas- j
ed to learn that f? r another year th<
same officers of the Anderson Count>
Hospital association ,who have dono
so much during the past 12 niontht
for the institution, will again be found
on duty during the coming year. At a
meeting yesterday afternoon all the
old officers were re-elected and hav<
consented to nerve. .
This meeting was one of import
ance, although nothing: but routine
business was to be considered. Thc
board of trustees of the association j
met in the rooms of the Anderson j
chamber of commerce yesterday af
ternoon nt 4 o'clock, the meeting be
lng called to order by rx S. Lie-'-:., mc
president. W. F. Cox, the vice pres!
dent, then took charge as chairman I
and the question of ofilcers for the |
ensuing 12 months was taken up.
This resulted in the unanimous elec
tion by acclamation of all the old !
officers to serve for the next year
These are: R. S. Ligon. president; W
F. Cox, vice president and Miss Kath
erine Stelling, secretary.
Following the election of officers !
high mass and sermon at ll a. m.
Sunday school at 10 a. m.
Monday November 2 will be all
souls day. Ma?* ?ill b*? r?"'?'-?-o??Hi j
at S a. m. Preceded by confessions;
The pbulic is invited to at]
the services in the church where they |
will always receive a ca rd lal wel
Rev. E. A. Daft* will officiate.
NEW YORK, Oct. 30.-Thomas J.
McCormick was dismissed tonight aa !
worden of Sing Sing prison after Gov
ernor Glynn h?*d read the report sub
mitted to him by Stephen C. Baldwin, j
the special commissioner appointed to j
investigate the institution's affairs.
ss Says A. P.
OPE CAI* COM
!AT SK WS BEB
.-Tho Times, in
dealing, with the
aa the treatment
ated Press corres
glish and German
isad van tage of the
Asquith and his
?ard of t!<e great
i kno wn as the As
tne most wonder
ton in the world
rope can compare
ents are generally .
Ketvea the FULL and COM
?ts. This GUARANTEES
(anear w?l NOT be "Scoop
rs, no matter amere it should
urea Months only $1.25.
All Color--AU Sis
Your money is not oui
the president appointed a commute*
to draw up resolutions on the death
of H. C. Townsend, who was one o
the trustees of the hospital. On thll
committee the president named Mrs.
M. L. Hon ham. H. H. Watkins an
R. E. Llgon.
Dy a unanimous vote the president
was given authority to purchase un
up-to-date refrigerating plant for tin
hospital If he saw flt. That official
will investigate the need for such t
plant, will consider the cost of thc un
dertaking and its advisability ant
wi!', have the power, to act.
While yesterday's meeting was en
tircly routine it was of more than
passing Interest to thc public for th
reason that* rumor had it that c?rtalo
of the officials who have done man
fui work ever since the hospital open
jed its doors, were considering refus-'
1 lng to accept unother term. . Tbl
I would be a decided blow to thc insti
tution and the news that all the oh
officers were re-elected will therefore
be welcomed in Anderson, both in the
city and In the county.
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tnt f I*I JiiiitiiiAli1 ?MiiAAAlAitJ t.t. i .
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Ernest McDannlel of thc Hopewell
section was among the visitors to the
W. H. Drown of Iva spent a few
hours in the city yesterday.
Hamp Burnett of Pelser was in thc
city yesterday on business.
J. E. Allon of Monea Patli was
among thc visitors to spend yesterday
in the city.
J. Belton Watson of the Hunter's
Spring section, was in Anderson yes
Ben Pea rm sn of Starr spent a few
hour:-, in Hie city yoi't.erday cr: bus!
J. R. Duckworth of near Willlam
ston ?pent part of yesterday in the
.1. R. Pruitt of Iva was among thc
visitors to spend yesterday in the
Jervcy Bewley nf ('hester, ls spend
ing a few days in the city with Mr.
and Mrs. W. D. Bewley.
T C. Jackson, Jr., of iva was in
the city yesterday for a Bhort stay.
MisB Minnie Oatley of Iva spent a
few hours In tho city yesterday with
T. L. Wootton of the Fair Play sec
tion was among the visitors to thc
city yesterday. .
C. G. Lott ot Greenville spent a few
hours tn the city yesterday on busi
W. C. Owen of Greenwood WSB In
Anderson yesterday for a short stay.
Pete Goldsmith of the Piedmont
end Northern lines, formerly a resi
dent of this city but now of Green
ville, spent yesterday in lae city.
Asa Hall of Level Land was among
the visitors to the city yesterday.
Sam Moore has returned to Lump
kin, Ga., after spending a few days in
Sam McAdams of Iva was among
the visitors to the city yesterday.
Manning Mahaffev* of Cheddar came
to Anderson yesterday on business.
vfchat Would Ten Def
There are many tunes when one]
man Questions another's actions and
motives. Men act differently under
different circumstances. Th? nitMtinn
ls. what would yon de rigfct eow If
you had a severe cold? Could you do
better thea to take Chamberlain's
Cough. Remedy T It is highly recom
mended by people who have used lt
for years and know ita value. Mrs.
0. BL Sargent, Peru( Ind., says,
"Chamberlain's Cough Remedy ls
worth Ita weight in gold and I take
pleasure in recommending it," For
.ale hy Brans Pharmacy and all deal
es and All Sleeve Lengths,
r money until you're satisfied.
Best thing for constipation, sour
stomach, lazy liver and sluggish
bowels Stops a sick headache almost
at onca Gives a most thorough and
satisfactory flushing-no pain, no nan
sen..Keeps your system cleaned,
sweet and wholesome R B Rasmus
sen. Escanaba, Mich, writes: "Cltro
lax is a fine laxativo, pleasant to take,
and does the work in a very thorough
manner." Children love it. For sale
hy Evan's Pharmacy.
I Guaranteed Core '
When you first notice your
poultry moping around the
place, laying down at intervals
and acting as if they urara al
most dead, and with their heads
swoolen slightly md hawing the
appearance of having gotten
the worst of it ht chicken fight
you had better send AT ONCE
for a bottle of this wonderful
remedy, for "Sore ?Head" is
fatal in nine cases out of ten
unless riven an effective re- 9
We know what "Sore Head"
Cure will do, therefore wo
cheenuiiy and willingly GUAR?
ANTEE it to cure any and all
cases of "Som Head."
Your money back if you're
Phone 636 I
BY SPECIAL REQUEST
. .1J ^.Xflt .J.J o . . -
. AT THE
Has Been Extended One Day
to Include Today
We had so many, many calls
yesterday that we were unable to
?vait on all of them, and having
received so many requests to ex
tend "Baby Day" to include to
lay (Saturday) we have decided
to do so. .
Bring the baby and have a
argo size cabinet photograph
nada free. If you have a litt!?
Fairy or a Buster Brown, bring
hem too. The weather wifl make
to difference as I cari photograph
liam vain or shina
fours for the beat ha photography,
Green's Art Shop
ON THE SQUARE
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