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FOB SALE-English pe??, Alaska,
Dwarf Telephone, Morning Star,
Petti Pols and Sutton's Excelsior.
Tn ls la an ideal sowing season. You
bate a week to sow Ia the MOON.)
Purman Smith, Seedsman, Phone.
FOB SALE-One Jersey Milch Cow1
second calf. S. A. Burns, R. P. D.
WlHTEt-The public to know that
we bare Just received a large ship
?af box files, ?nd can supply
wanto tn this line. Anderson
fotolttjOTteer, Job Department. tf
WA??fcBD-You to .read .our .two
weeiuV" bargain sale tm pegs five
ot tins Issue. Southern Public Util
ities 00. dtf
NOTICE-We ere now prepared to do
grinding of all kinds of feed
f^-cotton stalks, corn stalks,!
straw, train, etc. Price 20e
cwt Strictly cash. Anderson
Mw /W. A. Todd, the Monument Man,
tor anything tn tbs monumental
Ussy Tombstones of all kinda W.
A, Todd, 1609 South Main street, |
Anderson, a C.-11-5-lmo.
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Tai panic ts ever and Jake Thomas j
' Thomas are in the Cleaning,
end Dying and Repairing
Prices cheap. Give us a j
We are at the Columbia Tail- j
orlng Co., 122 West Whitner Street |
Clothes called for .end delivered.
if Matt told Jeff we were!
. Oy itere, stewed or fried:;
Sec. Half 1 fcc.-Midway Cafa
TOP?-Wo re-cover auto tops,!
o curtains end put in celluloid,
tul E. Stephens.
BENT-Ons 6 room house on
?bb St. One ? room house and
rm house on Whitner St. All
ledern conveniences. Posses
nber ist. J. H. Tate,' et j
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?afc Load lax Notice,
AU dlnlenquent road tax collectors
" ed With sn official receipt
?emeee, and stub numbes
Pay no money to collectors
you get Ut? official receipt as
J. MACK KING.
lme 26 cen ti, Three Times 60 cents,
s words prorata for each additional
be used In a month made on appli
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T. C. Jackson of Iva wan in the city
yesterday to attend the unnual meet
ing of the stockholders of the Jack
son Mills at Iva.
S. E. Anderson of Ivn was among
those who were In the city yesterday
to attend the annual meeting of the
stockholders of the Jackson Mills.
Dr. J. E. Watson of Iva was in the
city yesterday for tho purpose of at
tending the annual meeting of the
stockholders of the Jackson Mills.
Paul Norris of Rock Hill was among
those spending yesterday int he city.
Miss Jesse Herron, teacher in the
Barnes school, at Burn CH. waa in the
city yesterday for a short while.
Mr. snd Mrs. Mack Beaty of Iva
were in the city yesterday for a short
Mr. and Mrs. Mack B. Farmer ot
Pickens have returned to their home
after a very pleasant visit to .Mr. and
Mrs. Sam W. Kl?ts and sons, Sam
and William, of Chester, are visiting
the parents of Mrs. Kl?ts, Mr. and
Mrs. W. D. Bewley, In this city.
Mrs. J. E. Arnold of Atlanta ls the
guest of Mrs. H. R. Wells.
Mrs. Annie Higgins of Newberry is
visiting her sister, Mrs. Wright, in
Mrs. John Geer has returned to
Greenville after spending a short
'while with her sister, Mrs. J. L. Mc
Mrs. Haley of Atlanta ls visiting
her daughter, Mrs. H. R. Wells, on
WORLD'S SERIES HT ?IS
WILL CONSIST OF ll GAMES
Lower Pri?es Also, According to Ban
Johnson, American League
CHICAGO, Nov. 26.-The baseball
series for the championship of the
world will consist of ll games next
year instead of seven and prices will
bo lower, according to B. B. Johnson
president of the American* League,
when he made public tonight a letter
be had received from August Herr
mann, chairman of the National Base
ball Commission. *
The Question of cutting prices for
the world series wss considered at a
recent meeting of the American
League here and Tatter a tentative
agreement was reached, Johnson sub
mitted the proposal, in National
League club owners.
Herrmann's letter said the National
owners had agreed to tho change and
that ap lan would be worked out and
adopted at the ant? aal meeting Jan
uary, oms ot the club owners, he
said, had objected to cutting the prices
on ?the ground that it would decrease
the amount given the players. Ac
cording to the proposed change, the
playera will share in the first five in
stead ot four gamea, so their total will
not be decreased.
ir 1 ?
ia Lower Prices on Ford Car? |
if Buyers to Share in Profits
U l Effective August 1st, 1914 to August 1st, 1915
Di aud ?uSrlnte?d against any r?dactions during jj!
I! . - Oft lime.. All cars fully equipped f. o. h De- j
IT. ^ro}t? Runabout. ..... .$440
Ii Touring Car. 490 Town Car. 600 |
Ail retail buyers of new Ford tars from August
ll is^ 10t4 io August 1st, 1915 will share in the |
profits of the company to the extent of ?40 to
lp $60per car, on each car they buy, PROVID- jj
ED; we sell and deliver 300,000 new Ford jj!
1|| cars (hiring thai period. _ fi
fit 1T?DDAUTO? I
* ELECTRIC CIT
* Items of Interest and Person
* Wireless on the Si
U linley and Todd
Hoon* rishmin p.
Koturnlng last night from Rock
Hill, where Ihey attended the nfin ia!
meeting of the state commercial Sec
retaries Association, Secretary ,'orter
A. Whaley of the Anderson ( bamber
of Commerce and Archie I* Todd
brought two of the largest fresh water"
llsh that have been seen In Anderson
in many days. These gentlemen, who
made the trip by auto, stoppet yester
day afternoon near Pacoict, Spartan
burg (bounty, long enough to try their
luck at angling. Scarcely hud they
touched ground before they binded
two large German carp, ono r/clghlng
12 pounds and the other pounds.
All of which indicates that the aroma
of cooking fish will permcuie the at
mosphere in the vicinity of thcHo gen
tlemen's domlcles for :.he next few
Bat Fair Business.
Though yesterday was a moat mis
erable day from the standpoint of
weather, there were a great inuny
people in town and merchants gener
ally report business was up to the
average. The weather looked threat
ening throughout the forenoon and
many were expecting to soe snow.
About 2 o'clock In the afternoon, how
ever, it turned warmer somewhat and
rain began falling. This and a stiff
wind made the afternoon a most mis
An Old Offeuder
It is authentically reported that
Pleasant Williams, colored, is never
in a more pleasant frame of mind
than when serving a sentence on the
county chaingang. Yesterday this
well known character was brought
before Magistrate W. C. Broadwell on
charges of issuing a bogus check.
The evidence was overwhelmingly
against Williams, whereupon he was j
sentenced to pay a fine of $10 or
serve 20 days on the gang. Williams,
of course, chose the days and was
duly escorted) out to the convict camp,
where bright and early Monday morn
ing he will repair to the rock pile.
Flag For School.
Miss Maggie M. Carlington, county
supervisor ot schools, has . received !
from Clemson College a handsome
South Carolina State flag for Barker's
Creek school. This school ls one of
the seven or more which are compet
ing in the Siete School Improvement
Association, and one of the conditions
for entering the contest Is that the
school shall possess a State flag.
City School Beard
Meets Next Friday.
The board of> trustees of the city
schools will meet next Friday in reg
ular monthly session. So far as ls
known at present, only matters of a
routine nature will ?orne before the
board. The trustees meet on the first
Friday of each month' that the schools
are lu session.
Has Fell Week.
Miss Maggie M. Carlington, county
supervisor of schoolB, has - a busy
week ahead of her. Tuesday she will
visit Melton school, in Garvin town
ship. On the following day she will
visit tbe Walker-McElmoylo school.
Thursday she ls due to be at Bishop's
Branch school and Friday at Pendle
ton. The last day of the week she
will be in her office at the court house
for the purpose of meeting any of
trustees, teachers or patrons cf the,
schools and conferring with them.
Fer School Kids.
While no action lias been taken by
the board of trustees of the city
schools with reference to Christmas
vacation fer the pupils, lt la probable j
that work will be suspended about
noon of Wednesday preceding the
25th. and resumed on the first Mon
day in January, which will be the 4th. j
The first department waa called out I
at S o'clock yesterday afternoon to
the home of O. F. Taylor on Crayton
Street, but their service* were not
needed, as the blase, which was In the
machinery of his automobile, was ex
tinguished ere they arrived. The au
tomobile truck was driven by Foster!
McConnell, who hs? been practicing I
driving the big machine for the past]
Fa.m Demonstration Agent .fori
Anderson County. 3. W. Rothrock, ]
states that there ls tho keenest inter
est all over the county In the pro po- |
sities tc erect here x grain elevator. '
Everywhere that , he has gone, Mr.
Rothrock said, be has been asked I
questions concerning the elevator. He
believes that there will be a large
attendance of farmers at the meeting j
which is to be held in the city on ?
Monday, December 7, for the purpose
of discussing the elevator proposition
and raising subscriptions with which i
to build the plant
Buena Hes Unique
Ia the window of R. U. Dugan, deal
er* in paints, etc., In the Watson-Van
diver building, will be found a unique
display. He baa modelled a locomo
tive of small casa of-paint, varnish!
and lead cans. The display ls one ot
the most attractive that has been In !
the city and has drawn considerable |
rft vf? mfr if? ty ty ty ty ?? rf ty ty ty ty
Y SPARKLETS *
al Mention Caught Over the *
br?ete of Anderson *
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Planting of Grain
(?m's .Merril- On.
The planting of grain goo? merrily
on throughout the coui ty. said J. W.
Rotbrock,,county demonstration agent
?yesterday. During the week, he stat
! ed, he came across one farmer who
' iiad already planted some 45 ucres in
j Wheat and wished to plant some seven
lor eight more bushels of the same.
' grain, hut could not get the seed,
i Wheat and oat? can b<> ?own up until
! christmas, says Mr. Rothrock, with
tin' chances that an average yield will
I be made. Ho estima!, A the acreage
! in grain in tills county this year be
tween 65,000 and 76,000, and believes
? that tho average yield per acre will
i he 2o bushels. Mr. F'uthroek stated
i that lils ligures were extremely con
i servatlvo. If the aerean'- ls as iow as
65,000 and the average yield 20 bush
els to the acre, Anderson County
should harvCBt 1,300.000 nt grain,
The Paramount, the new motion
picture show which is to open on
; South Main street next Friday, be
I Hoves in advertising on M big scale.
I The company^ is having erected on the
i roof of Kvans' Pharmacy No. 2 a metal
; board 10x24 feet on which advertising
?matter will bo displayed. Two. more
! large bill boards of .similar dimensions
. will Be UKed by the theatre.
Paper Hanger* and
Tho Brotherhood of Painters, Dec
orators and Paper Hangers has boen
organized in Anderson. Members of
these professions met Friday night
and perfected an organization. There
ore 12 members of the order, and the
following officers were electtd: R. D.
Broyles, president; S. D. Pant, sec
retary-treasurer. Headquarters of the
organization will be in the Watson
I Vandiver building.
Mr. and Mrs. Lee G. Hoileman and
! Mr. and Mrs. R. R. King left Ander
son yesterday afternoon In Mr. Holle
man's automobile for a week end trip
Ont on Hail.
Gus Simmons, a young white man
< who was arrested several days ago in
: Savannah and brought here on
?charges of aiding ??in fe burning of
! Simmons Bros. buiulln.; at Pelzer. a
I year ago. was admitted to hall in the
j sum of $300 by Magistrate Bonner of
Pelzer. Thia is the case in which
Magistrate Broad wei I refused bond
I last Thursday, on the grounds that he
i was without jurisdiction. Frank
j Simmons, who la jointly charged with
< his brother, Gus, in aldin; In tue de
struction of the property and Oscar
j Sargeant, who is cnirged with iiring
; the building, were previous ty admitted
to ball by the saiao magistrate, each
I In the sum of $30 J.
Ebb Williams, colored, who was
I serving a six months' sentence on the
I county chalngung for housebreaking,
?died Friday afternoon after a short
illness. Dr. H. H. Acker, county phy
! slcian, ascribed the negro's death to
I ptomaine poisoning. Thsre ?5 somo
mystery as to how the negro's death
? could have been brought about by
i thlB, as he at? the same food given the
other negroes and none of them were
New Town Hall
The town council of Williamston |
I has let a contract to the Builders
Lumber and Supply Company for the
! construction of a new town hall and
guard house. The contract pjlce was
$1,625. Six bids were submitted. The
j structure ls to be of brick, with all
' modern conveniences The steel cells
! and office fixtures ere hoi included in
the contract price, lt w;il b\> remem
bered . that the town h Ul and guard
house were destroyed by Aro some
time since and th.it a prisoner per
ished In the flames.
? ? o.>
New Picture In
Ia City Hal*
Another picture was added to the
art gallery in the city hall, this one
being com poe ed of photographs of the
mayor and ? members of the police
force. There, are pictures on the walls
ot several previous councils, the old
est' dating back to 1883, when the fol
lowing were serving the city: Mayor.
D. 8. Maxwell; aldermen, J. E. Peo
ples, A. S. Stephens. & M. Orr, Wm.
T. Brown, R. L. Mooreheed and W. D.
Brown. The picture also shows Chief
i. B. Pant and Policemen R. F. Mc
Kinney and P. A. Spellmrc; also
Street Overseer J. B, McGee.
Order New Loom?.
The Williamston Cotton Mille, it has
been .announced, has has placed an
order with the Draper Company of
Hopedale, Maas., for 760 new Draper
looms, these to replace 82'? Whltln
looms now In nee. lt will ne recalled
that several days ago the Anderson
Cotton Mills placed an order for near
ly ?00 Draper looma, these to replace
an equal number ot Whltln looms now
In use In the mill.
It has been announced that the first
meeting of creditors in the Foster
Brothers, Pendleton, voluntary bank
ruptcy case will be held Monday
morning et ll o'clock in the office of
festeres J. J. Mc Swain at Greenville.
The meeting will be adjourned until
When your baby is cross and
fretful instead of tbe happy, laugh
ing little dear you are accustomed
to in all probability thc digestion
has become deranged and the bow
els need attention. Give it a mild
laxative, dispel tho irritability and
bring back the happy content of
The very laxative for children
ia Dr Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, be
cause it contains no opiate or nar
cotic dru&, is pleasant tasting und
acts gently, but surely, without
griping or other distress. Drug
gists sell Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pep
sin at fifty cents and one dollar.
For a free trial bottle write to Dr.
W. B. Caldwoll. 451 Washington St.,
3 o'clock, to meet in the office of Wat
kins and Prince, in this city. Exam
ination of the bankruptcy will oe
made and a trustee or trustees ap
Elected President of The State
The president of tho South Caro
lina Commercial Secretaries Associa
tion was conferred upon Porter A.
Whaley, secretary of the Anderson
Chamber of Commerce, at the meet
ing of the State organization held in
Rock Hill Friday.
A. V. Snell, secretary pf the Char
leston Chamber of Commerce,' was
elected vic? president. R. W. Hol
combe, secretary of the Columbia
Chambsr of Commerce was re-elect
ed secretary-treasurer. The retiring
president of the association was A. S.
I Johnstone, an old Anderson boy.
Secretary Whaley and Archie L.
[Todd, who journeyed to Rock Hill by j
auto for the meeting of the secretar
ies, returned to Anderson last night.
They left here Thursday morning
about ll o'clock and reached Rock
Hill about ll o'clock yesterday morn
I lng and reached here last night nbout
Mr. Whaley stated last .night that j
the meeting was a most interesting1
land profitable one.and was attended
by all but two or three of the com
mercial secretaries of the State.
0 CHEDDAR M. IVS. o
Thanksgiving passed very quietly In
""heddar. A few visitors wert) here
| and moBt of the men spent the- day |
Mrs. Bell, of Antrevllle, who has ]
been visiting relatives here, is now I
quite ill with pneumonia at the home
et her daughter,-. Mrs. Ailee Mnhaf
Misses Mamie, Heien and Josephine
I Prioe, of Greenville .spent Thanksgiv
ing Day with their slater, Mrs. Curtis
Miss Lucy Kelly visited relatives in
Pelser Thursday and Friday.
Miss Gertrude Cllnkscales visited
I home-folks. near Bethany Wednesday j
?night and Thursday.
Mrs. Henry Smith, of Greenville,
|Mrs Wilson, ot Antrevllle, Mrs. Sam
I King, of Anderson, and Mr. Will Bel!,
of Antrevllle, have been called to the j
| bedside of their mother, Mrs. Bell.
Mr. and Mrs. Dock Billson .und chll
I dren spent Thursday at the home of |
[Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Kelly.
Claude, the little two and-a-half
year-old child ot Mr. and Mrs. Sanford
Cooley, was badly burned on Wednes- I
day afternoon. While playing too near |
i pot of boiling water it was overturn
ed and the little fellow received some j
painful injuries. Drs. Hsynle and
Todd, of Belton, were quickly called
and did all they could to relieve thc f
New York Cotton
(By Aracel?Uni Pit?) .
NEW YORK, Nov. 28.-Rumors of]
Increased Southern spot offerings
wore accompanied by a little trade
selling In the cotton market here to
day, while there was also scattered
realizing after the advance ot the ear- ]
lier week, and prices eased off in the
absence of support. The close waa j
steady but at the lowest point of the]
day, 7 to IS points under the final ]
figures of Friday.
The market opened steady at a de
cline of S to 4 points in response to
easier cables. General business was
lacking and small offerings were suf
ficient to send prices oft to- 7JO for
December and 7.52' for March -con
tracts,- or about 13 to 17 points under
the high level of yesterday. Gradual
reopening ot the various exchanges
throughout the country would suggest
; that conditions are becoming more
I normal, while tho general movement |
? of merchandise ls improving, and col
lections are reporten easier.
? Cables from Manchester claim that
cotton manufacturers in that section
also sre becoming more h op fifa 1 as
a result of more fcquent inquiries
from Indis, a moderate demand from
China and Improving home trade.
These features appeared to stimulate
no Important demand today, however,
and the talk around the ting reflected
a disposition to walt for further test
ot the southern spot situation.
Spot cottog quiet; middling up-1
lands 7.75; shies 500 balea
Cotton futures closed stecdy.
open hieb' low ?Vr*e
Dec (old) v . .-. 7.8? 7J? 740 7.80
Jan. (old) ... 7.88
Jan. (new) . . . 7.* 7.5? 7.41 7.40
Match (old) . . . 7.36 j
Maren (new) . . 1?i 7.60 7.52 7.521
i May (old) ... 7.R0
I Kay (new) . . . 7.71 7.7a*.?e- 7.?? j
July (new) . . . 7.8? 7.87 7.81 7.S11
Being, OVERSTOCKED on Men's and Boy's Fall and "Winter
Clothing, we are SLAUGHTERING PBICES. It you value your
money-COME aud partake ot these Great Bargains. ,
One lot of All-Wool Blue Serge Suits, worth from $10 to $12.60. Sale
Ono lot All-w?ol Fine Cassimere and Kerseys, values up to $16.00.
One lot of Worsted Cas8irr.eres,Tarton Plaids, Serges, StrauBe Bros.*
"High Art" Clothes, former prices $16, $16.50, $18 and $20.00
One lot Drummers Sample Men's Pants, values up to $1.50 and $2.
One lot Drummers Sample Pants, values up to $2.25 and $3.60. Sale
189 Sample All-wool "Nufangl" Pants, worth $3.60, $4 and $4.50, take
your pick for.$1.98
One lot Drummers Sample All-wool Boy's Suits in Plain and Norfolk
Suits, regular $0. .0 and $4.00. Sale price...$1418
One lot of Extra Size Boys Suits in sizes 17, 18, 19 and 20, regular
values $8.60 and $10.00, take your pick for.. .. ...$4.98
One lot Mena' Rain Proof Cravenneted heavy Overcoats, values $7.50.
One lot Drummers Sample Boy's Overcoats, regular values up to
$5.00. Sale price.$1.98
The Lesser Co.
A VER, NEAT ANO ATTRACTIVE
Among the several very pretty and
attractive show windows of the city
just now is one at the Lewis Drug.
Company's place showing the many
beautiful and useful premiums which
the local Cehro Cola Company ls giv
ing away in redemption of the ?'.rov/na
of their popular drink.
In this window ls displayed every
one or almost every one of the prem
iums wh4 :h this enterprising, wide
awake, hustling bottler has set' aside
as premuims for the saving of Chero
Cola crowns, und in a very pleasing
and attractive manner. From tho dis
play of Rogers silverware in the cen
ter throughout the entire display, in
cluding the great big wagon umbrella
-it is a very pretty and well gotten
"Wie are" giving these useful pres
ents away in of der to show the peo
ple that we thoroughly appreciate the
nice business we are receiving at their
hands, aad we believe that the people
will enjoy and accept these presents
in the spirit in which they are pre
sented," said Mr. Spence,' manager ot
the Cu?ro Cola Cor-ioany to an In
telligencer man yesterday.
Won Important Successes.
PEFJOGRAD, NOV. 26.-A communi
cation given out today by tho general
staff of the Russian army says:
"Our troops have won Important
successes in Galicia from 30 to 60
miles southeast of Cracow. In thin
locality on November 26 we routed an
Austrian army, taking more than 7.
000 prisoners,' capturing 20 cannon,
ten of which were outfitted with
horses, and over 20 machine guns.**
Chanqf. In Location
I am now located over W.
A. Power's grocery store at
212 1-2 S: Main Street. 1
thank my friends tor their .
past patronage and ask con
tinuance of same.
I make platee at $6.50
I make gold crowns at$4.00
Silver fillings, SOc and op.
Gold finings $1.00 and up
Painless Enacting 40k:.
I make a specialty of
treating Pyorrhea, Alveo
laris of the gums and all
crown and bridge work and
regulating mal formed te?th.
All work guaranteed first
S. G. BRUCE
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Santa Claus is
Packing His- Grip
* Old St Nick is Betting reedy for hie annual Joyride.
The kiddles ar? casting their eyes et the chimney. The old
folks are beginning to feel the first touch of tire Christmas spirit.
Now Ks the time te io year Christmas shopping. Do not watt
until the final rush. Shop now at. your leisure whoa selections
are etil?? tn m?it* ?a the ?sea ar.d VrOiueu in the stores caa
give you their best attention.
The merchants of AnrV>w*n sro giving you the beat news of
their business th the advertising columns of Tho Intelligencer.
They are off criag choicest bargains at lowest prices. The. ad
vertfomento tn this paper from now until Christmas will be re
plete with snggestiona to Christmas shoppers, Remember these
three thin go:
Shop In Anderson
And tell the merchants
"I &aw Your Ad Is The InteHlgeaeer,"
8A8M0CT, The Ad Man,