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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?. .. $3.00
Relatives Returning From Ash
ville, N. C., Report That N.
B. Sullivan Is Some Better.
-Anderson people will be much grat
ified this morning when 'they learn
that decided improvement is noted in
tho condition ot X. B. Sullivan, who
is very ill at Asheville, N. C.
Telegrams were received in Ander
son Monday morning from Asheville
to the effect that the patient's condi
tion was considered critical and a
number of hts relatives left immed
iately to be at his bedside. ' *
W. W. Sullivan returned last night
from Asheville and he reports that
considerable improvement is noted in
Mr. Sullivan's condition and his fam
ily and friends feel much encouraged
now. ' ^
This will be splendid news to An
derron nnnp!?; ??HCC th2TC '.Z bit
ter known or more universally liked
citizen ffl th#-?s4trr* ? - -
Dollars W?1 Be Spent by William
Wrigley & Company tn Effort
to Aid Southern Farmers.
- Any idea how much chewing gum
you cr.uld buy for $1,000,000? It may
be a difficult matter to puzzle out
Just how much gum that ls but wil
liam Wrigley and company, manufac
turera of the world-famous "Spear
mint': chewing gum offer to help the
farmers Qt the South to the extent of
$1,000.000, according to a letter re
ceived here yesterday by wholesalers.
In the letter written to the Ander
son concern the gum manufacturers
say that the plans have been fully
completed and that they are deter
mined to help the people of the South
If the people down here need and
want help. They offer to send the de
tails of their idea to any of the
wholesalers in th? cotton country!
upon application and lt goes without
saying that Anderson dealers Jumped 1
at the idea. ; ' 1
It ls presumed thal the plan con- '
templates having the wholesale deal- '
er to purchase cotton .from distress- 1
ed farms at 10 cents per "pound and 1
then tho Wrigley people will take the
cotton at the same figure In payment
for gum. It will be a very liberal of
fer, if this ls the case.
Remarkable Pare of Croup.
"Last winter whon my little "boy I
had croup I got him a bottle of Cham
berlain's Cough Remedy. I honestly
believe lt saved his life." writes Mrs.
J. B. ?ook, Indiana. Pa., "It cut the
phlegm and relieved his coughing
apella I am most grateful for what
thia remedy has done for him.". For .
sale by all dealers. . . , 1
tra f*nt^ nv ?ni
For This Week Onl
Get ready For our Specie
Next Saturday and Mond;
Groceries that everybody li
be sold for Cash and to pj
count in full at least Once i
If you are not in this clai
we intend to make these spc
W. A. F*<
r : Sam D. Han
HAVE "CLEAN-UP" DAY
OBSERVED HERE ON FRIDAY,
IN EVERY SECTION
Schools Are Asked to Enlist in the
Movement and to Make House
and Grounds Attractive.
Teachers In the puhllc schools of
Anderson county and the pupils of
these schonU are looking forward to
Friday. November C. That day hus
been officially set aside as "ciean-up"
day for every school in the State and.
under the direction of their teachers
the pupils in the schools will carry
on the work of renovating the inter
ior of the buildings and cleaning off
and beautifying the grounds.
This 1B a very happy inspiration on
the part of Miss Mary Eva Hite and
every school in the county should
take a hand in the work, as will
probably be the case.
Miss Mary Eva Hite, president of
the South Carolina School Improve
ment association, has distributed
cards on which a standard of judg
ing the work is given, and she rec
ommends that this card be filled out
immediately alter "clean-up day*'
and kept permanently in the school
The following are the possible
points named: Yard, 20 points, wa
ter supply, 10 points; floor walls
and ceiling, 20 points; windows, 10
points; stove, 16 points; desks, 10
points; blackboard, 10 points; mater
ial, 4 pents. The following are the
Eub-divisions and points:
Yard-Yard clean, no bushes,
stumps, weeds or trash (5) ; no ash
pile (2); no loose paper or lunch
thrown down ?2) ; trash barrel or
box placed on grounds (2); outhouses
clean, unmarked and in good repair
with box of lime in them (5); two
or more trees and as many shrubi
planted on grounds (4).
Water Supply-Good spring well
kept or pump affording pure water,
(3) : water cooler and individual cups
thoroughly cleansed (3); no water
on the floor (l)a sink near water
Floor, Walla and Celling-Floors
scrubbed monthly or properly oiled,
'??) ; flccTo "vi; Bwepti duBt down us
ed when sweeping and no paper on
the floors (4); walls well cleaned or
tinted a good shade ?5); celling s
lighter hue (2); no old calendara or
gaudy colored pictures on the walls
Windows-No panes broken (3) ;
nan cs well cleaned (3); windows
opened for ventilation at recess (2) ;
window board or glass and windows
lowered at the top (2).
Stove-Polished regularly (4)?
zinc under stove (4); stove jacketed
(5); attractive wood box or coal
""?Ule, .nothing on floor around stove
Desks-Desks clean and not cov
ered (3); no waste paper or trash
hidden in them, but books kept In
them when not in use (3); teacher's
desk well arranged and attractive
Blackboards-Neatly framed with
moulding and kept, clean (5); chalk
rack and erasers clean (5).
HACK! HACK! HACK!
With raw ticking throat, light chest,
sore lungs, you need Foley's Honey
sud Tar Compound, and Quickly. Tne
drat dose helps, lt leaves a soothing,
healing coating as lt slides dor?a your
throat, you feel better at once. S..
Martin, Bassett, Neb., writes: "I had :
s severe cough and cold and was .al- I
most past going. I got a bottle ot <
Foley's Honey and Tar and am glad 1
to BAT lt cured ray cough entirely and 1
ny cold soon disappeared." Every
J ser is a friend. Evana Pharmacy.
An easy mark tor a woman is a mer
chant who marka his*goods down from
?0 cents to 4? cvsts.
Full Advertising Value
? rave'"* a m.
y 20c Per Pound.
il Bargain? in Groceries,
ly,*we will put on sale
tas to have. Goods will
irties that pay their ac
& Month only,
ss get in it this week, as
icial sales money savers.
per, Mgr. *s***?i
AMSTERDAM, Via London. Nov. 3
-(7:45 p. m.?-The following official
dispatch issued in Herlin has h BD
"A telegram from German head
quarters dated November 3 at noon
states that inundations south of Nieu
port prevent all operations in that
part of the country.
"The water in places is as high as
a full grown man. Our troops have
evacuated the inundated district*
without loss of men, horses or guns.
"Our attacks on the Ypres are pro
ereselng. More than 2,300 men
mostly English, have been captured
and also severel machine guns.
"West of F-oye severe fighting hai
taken place with great loss on both
sides, but the situation is Unchanged
In the village fight we lost severa
hundred in missing and two cannon
"Our attacks on the Aisne east o
Soissons are successful, despite ob
stinate resistance. Our troops havt
occupied several strongly fortifi?e
positions beyond Chavonne and Sou
pir, capturing more than a thousant'
French, three cannon and four ma
"Near the cathedral in SoiBSom
the French have posted a heavy bat
tery and made the steeple an obser
vation post s
"Between Verdun and Toul severa
French attacks have been repulsed.
Troops of French soldiers wore Ger
man overcoats and helmets.
"In the Vosges near Markinch the
French attack was repulsed and oui
troops began a counter attack.
"In the east the operations are
still in a state of evolution and ther
has been no fighting.
"The Russian first Siberian armj
corps on November 1 used civilian
as breastworks while destroying
PA PIS. Nov. 3.- (11:09 p. m.)-Th?
following official communication wa?
"The only advices received thlr
evening concern the region at the
northeast o? Vail ly, where we have
counter attacked, and retaken th
farm of Metz, In the region of thc
REPUBLICANS MAY GET
BIG MAJORITY HERE
ALONG ABOUT THE YEAR OF
NO INTEREST HERE
General Election Came and Went
And Many Anderson People |
Never Knew It Happened. I
Whether they did not have regis
tration certificates of Just simply did
not care anything about the general
election is a matter of some doubt but
it ls certain that Anderson people
took practicaly no Interest in the elec
tion held yesterday. The vote waa very
light Indeed at all boxes and lt ls un
derstood that a number of country
boxes did not go out at ail and hence
ai ?iiwtst- precincts mere was no bal
There was only one federal box
and only one federal ballot. This con
tained the names of EL D. Smith for
United States Senator and Wyatt
Aiken for Congress.
There were three State boxes and
about ?101 different amendments tc
he voted on. the only one of Which
interested Anderson people was that
giving the town of Belton the right
to assess abutting property.
When the polls closed yesterday
afternoon all the managers locked up
their boxes and in some manner dis
appeared from view. So far as can be
learned no tabulations have yet been
made and no figures have been com
piled. It was absoultely impossible
last night for The Intelligencer to as
sure any returns and it will probably
3e several days before the managers
san give any exact figures on the
imendments, since they were so num
It is believed that ?he total vote for
Anderson will hardly exceed 1500, as
hat is about the figure for most gen
While local folks did not care mach
ibout how the election went in South
karolina, they were Interested in the
'ote cast in other States for Congress,
lovernor, etc. Numerous calls were
eceived over the telephone from peo
de wanting to know who was elected
overnor of New York, who was elect-,
d to Congress in different states and
?ow the Democrats upheld their, end
f the fight. Many callers came in
orson to The Intelligencer office to
et the returns as they came ia over
ue wires of the Associated Press.
Users say it Is the ideal, perfect
?xativo drink. Mr. M. J. Perkins
reen Bay, Wis., says "I here used
Illa, oils, salts, etc., but were all dhv
greeable and unsatisfactory. In Clt
>lax I have found the ideal laxative
rink." For slek headache, sour sto
lach, leay liver, congested bowels
Is the perfect laxative and gives a
lorough flush. Sensitive, delicate
sople. Invalids and children find lt
uqr to tah? and pleasant in action,
esults thoroughly satisfactory,
Enthusiasm ls necessary to success,
it too much sometimes leads to tall
ia.;- . *
There are at least two cides to a
lng, which gives yea an opportun
r to pick out th? bright side if yon
Four de Paris Saint Hubert, and th<
Argonne, where a German attack ha?
been repulsed and we have galnet
I some gT^-iid."
HAVRE, France, Nov. (Via Par
I is, .V.ftfi p. m.)-An oiilclal communi
cation given out by the Belgian gen- j
oral s'afr and dated November 2, ?:ir>|
p. m, says:
""he enemy has fallen back toward)
the cast, abandoning his dead anc
"Our troops, are holding the posi-!
tiona occupied yesterday.
"Our advance torces which move?
toward tho1 Yssr are finding every
where signs of a precipitate retreat.
CONSTANTINOPLE, Nov. 3.-Vir
Arasterda mund London. 1:53 p. m.)
An official communication was give
out in Constantinople today as fol
"According tc official reports frorr
I the Caucasian frontier Russian troopr
have attacked our frontier forces a
j several points, but were compelled t
PARIS. Nov. 3.-(2:47 p. m.)-Thc]
[French official announcement give
?out this afternoon says the German
wr.uid appear to have completely |
abandoned the left bank of the Ysci
below Olxmude. and that troops
[the Allies have reoccupied points on |
the river without great difficulty.
PETrOGRAD, Nov. 3.-An official'
communication lrom the Russian
general staff, made public tonight
"On the East Prussian front thc
Germans everywhere havo adopted
the ofcusive. Our troops have ad
vanced in some districts.
"Beyond the Vistula to the North
west of Politza our troops have ad
Vanced without any considerable I
fighting and have captured Schadek
Lash and Rosprza. On Un? iront from
Rodosczice and Kielcc the . nemy is
retiring in the direction of Ylosczow.
At Andreyew, farther to the south cf
Klelce, the Austrians made a more
stubborn stand but wero repulsed
along the greater part of the front.'
I SOUTH RETAINS TRADITIONAL
ALLEGIANCE TO THE PARTY
Continued From Page One.)
I governorship. According tn available!
figures he was tunning far ahead efl
I the rest of his ticket, while William/**!
Democrat, was running somewhat be
Louisiana- (?ce Whiz.
NEW ORLEANS. Nov. 3.-Indica
tions at midnight were that the "solidi
Scuth" had been *rok?n by the der
(lon ot W. P. Martin, Progressive
candidate for congress ' from the third
Louisiana district. At Progressive
headquarters victory was claimed by
1,500. No statement would be given
lout at thc headquarters cf Henri L
Gueydan. the Democratic candidate.
Democratic Governor In Tennessee.
NASHVILLE, Tenn., Nov. 3.-Thom
as C. Rye, Democratic nominee for j
governor, was elected today by what '
almost looks like a landslidr over his I
opponent; Governor Den W. Hooper.
Hooper Is just rounding out his sec
ond term as governor. .
A Democratic legislature has been
COLUMBIA, S. C., Nov. 3.-United
States Senator E. D. Smith, Democrat,
was reelected, and Richard I. Man
ning (Democrat) was elected gover
nor in today'3 election. All seven
Democratic congressional nominees
were elected. Neither Smith nor Man
ning had opposition.
OKLAHOMA. CITY, Okla,, Nov. 3
United Senator Gore was reelected to
day by a plurality estimated In ex
cess of 26,000 votes. At 10 o'clock all
Democratic candidates for State of
fices and congress were leading their
Republican and Progressive oppon
LOUISVILLE, Ky., Nov. 3.-Early I
returns Indicate the election by heavy |
majorities of J. C. W. Beckham (Dem
ocrat) to the United States Seuate,
"ull term, and Johnson N. Camden
(Democrat) for the unexpired term of |
the late Senator W. O. Bradley.
Fall House tn Georgia.
ATLANTA, Qa.. Nov. 3.-Georgia ?o
lay elected to the United States Ben
ita the' Democratic nominees, Hok\
Smith and Thomas W. Hardwick. Natl
B. Harris, Democrat, waa elected gov
ernor. All Democratic congressional
lominoes were elected.
ST. LOUIS, tioy. 4.^The reelection
if Senator Stone, Democrat, by 62,
?00 plurality was claimed at De mo
ira tlc headquarters at 12:30 this
nomfrMr Th!* .cl?'?? if- hised cs
eturnsfrom all parts of the State.
LITTLE ROCK, Ark., Nov. tv
Inlted States Senator James P.
larke was reelected. All seven Demo
ratlc candidates for Congress were1
JACKSONVILLE, Fl*.. Nov . 3.
ena tor Fletcher and the entire Flor
ia Democratic delegation were re
JACKSON, , Mise, Nov. 3 - Mississ
ippi entire Democratic congressional
olegatton was reelected today.
DALLAS, Texas, Nov. ?.-The en
re Democratic State and Congre*,
onal ticket was elected lp Texas to
ur. _ '
Boy? bo boys-and so w?ll girls
RAILROAD -OFFICIALS WERE
IN THE CITY.
C. & W. C. W?l Try to Work Oat
Plan to Serve People of the
City to Beat Advanlage.'
Two officials of the Charleston and
Western Cerolina railroad, B. Wil
liams, general freight and passenger
agent, and F. M. Hoar, superintendent
of transportation, came to Anderson
yesterday in the Interest of their
road. Both these gentlemen have of
fices In Augusta, Ga., and their trip
:o Anderson waa made for tl?? our
posc of conferring with local busi
ness men, with tho secretary of the
chamber of commerce, and with the
newspaper publishers in regard to
some schedule by which thia city
might g*>t better service than IB now
being provided over the Anderson
branch of this railroad.
Nothing wa3 done in regard to the
rchedule, as a result of the confer
ence yesterday but Mr. Williams and
Mr. Doar hope that they can work
out some plans, aa a result of the
suggestions made yesterday, by which
their road will profit nnd the people
Of this city will be well served. .
At the conference numerous sug
gestions' were made, all of which had
good features hut some objectionable
features as well. One proposed ached
ule is that the mixed train leave Mc
Cormick at 5 a. m. and arrive at An
derson at 9:15 a. m., and returning
leave Anderson at 11:15 a. m., reach
ing McCormick at 3 p. m.
The straight passenger train would
Ipa vc McCormick at 12:30 p. m.,
would reach Anderson at 3:20 p. m.
and returning would leave Anderson
at 3:35 p. m. and reach McCormick
at 6:15 p. m. However, it ts pointed
out by Anderson people that under
I these circumstances the crews of
I both trains would spend every night
! in McCormick, whereas Anderson
wants one crew at least to lay over
Another schedule has been suggest
ed, said to be o splendid one, by
which the mixed train would leave
McCormick at 6 a. m., arrive at An
derson at io:i."> a. m. Returning it
would leave Anderson at 3:00 p. m.
?nd reach McCormick at 6:15 p. m.
The straight passenger train, under
this suggested schedule would leave
Anderson at 7:20 a. m., carrying mall,
reach McCormick at 10:10 a. m.,
would leave McCormick* at 12:30 p.
m. and arrive in Anderson at 3:10
p. m. In this maimer one crew
would spend the night in Ancerson
and at the same time the Anderson
public would be given better facilities
as to freight, at least, over the Char
leston and Western Carolina than
Both Mr. Williams and Mr. Doar
stressed the fact that they desire to
do tho very best that they can for
Anderron and local people have con
fidence enough in them to believe that
they will do so.
Any change made in' the schedule
wiii toko place a week from next Sun
(By Associated Press.)
LIVERPOOL, Nov. 3:-rCotton, spot
in fair demand, prices 10, to 15 ponts
lower; American middling fair 5.70;
good middling 4.95; middling 4.55;
low middling 4.47; good ordinary
3.56; ordinary 2.82. Sales 13,800
bales, including 0',900 American on
the basis of 4.55d for middling. Im
porta 13,546 bales, all American.
(By Associated Press.)
CHICAGO. Nov. 3.-Hogs active
Bulk $7.20?7.4JS; light $email@example.com?0;
nixed $7.05?7.6O; heavy $7?7.555;
ough $7?7.15; pigs 25 to 50 centf
ower if $3.7506.25. . '
Cattle steady. Beeves $6.60 all;
deers $5.85?9.40; stockers none sell
ng; cows and heifers $3.80?9.40;
Sheep strong. Sheep $5.50? 6.40;
rearlings $6.25?7.25; lambs $6.75?
New Orleans Cotton
(Bv Associated Press.)
NEW ORLEANS. Nor. 3.-Cotton
aade further rd anees today, spott
clsg marked u.? ?-S to 7 3-io for
riddling, while January contracts
raded freely at 7.58 and 7.60 closing
t 7.57 bid but little for sale at that
gare. Probably the liquidation o
ie day made un the largest single
ay's trading in futures since* the ex
bange was closed.
There was much talk of still higher
rices, hulls pointing to the sales of
MOO bales In spots in Liverpool ead
inking much of reports that manj
IIIIH In this country were busy on
Dods Intended foe wear In the armies
r Eurone, but more conservative
rokers and ooerators were inclined
i think that the advance waa a little
A petition was circulated In the af
moon and generally signed try th*
embers of fhe exchange, asking thc
?rd o' directors to make changes
i the laws of the exchange to con
nu with recent legislation patse?.*
i congress. Only a . few minor
mnges are necessary.
Spot cotton firm. Sales on th?
?ot KO balee; to arrive lj$7?.
WILL BREAK RECORDS
ANDERSON PEOPLE GO TO
"LITTLE BOY BLUE"
Only Musical Comedy for Some
Time to Come Will Be Seen
? ? n-r
"You con say for ms that the hes
scats tn the house will he provided
fer Anderson people," declared the
manager of the Grand opera house o
Greenville, during his conversation
with *a reporter last night concerning
tho attraction which is to bc present
_ i _,_I . , - ?_i_ _?_..?. a,nr.
cu tu uiceiiiiiic lumunuw UII;IM. ne
are expecting a good crowd from
Anderten and we knew that Anderdon
people appreciate a good show enough
to warrant us in this belief," declar
ed the Greenville amusement place.
"Little Doy Blue." which ls to be <
Lower Prices <
Buyers to Sha
T Effective August 1st, 191
and guaranteed against
that time. Alt cars full;
Touring dur. 490
AU retail buyers of new 1
1st, 1914 to August 1st,
profits of the company tt
$60 per car, on each ca
ED; we sell and delive
cars during that period.
..iAsk for Pa
a these tines of stress you Mast make
raethe goads te sah disci-fan feating ?a
'er this reason we vronlld call your alt
Mtpvlar priced Diamond Jewelry which
baser and lt the most ecoaoBrical pan
XK>SE DI ?.MONDS-One on
WALTER H. K
uring this week, we
ill give unrestricted
Loice ci any $12.50 and
. . - - fi v' 'j
V" .v< ~ Vi <r jj
nd a Watch in, addi
on, Absolutely Free.
seen Thursday night in Greenville 1?.
probably the largest musical comedy
company touring the South this year
and it is the only attraction ot ita
kind becked for appearance in Green
ville- until after Christmas.
Fellowing the show in Greenville
tomorrow ???ht. th- Piedmont ?u?
Northern IIPVJ will have a special
train standing right in front of *'-o
theatre tor the Anderson party. Vc.
low round trip rates have been grant
ed by the . road ffr this occasion and
every possible convenience will .be
provided for local people making the
"Little Boy Slue" has 60 people
in the. ca st, dozens of musical num
bers, pretty girls and everything go
ing to make un a splendid musical
comedy. Modern? dances will be a
specialty during the evening and all
Indications are that the show will
prove to be one of the best Greenville
I.real people will leave Anderson
at 4:40 o'clock on the regular train
and will return on the special.
Somehow or other Mexico seems to
havo timed-tts performances so that
tue intermission comos while the
front pag? is in use/
>n Ford Cars
ire in Profits
4 to August 1st, 1915
any reductions during
y equipped f. o. b. De
Town Car. 690
=ord cars from August
191? will share in the
> the extent of $40 to
r they buy, PROVID
r 300,000 new Ford
? special efforts te get the mest at?
d economical parses
entlon to o?;r new np-to-tho-mlxnte
will please tie mest exacting pur
e-hundredth to two carats;
'MESE & CO.