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on the market at any price.
SPECIAL Price for Christmas ONLY $2.50
Suitable for Man or Lady
Southern Public Utilities Co,
SEVERE PUNISHMENT Jr . . . .--. . . :
*- P S3J.ON VAI ?
Of Mrs. CnappeD, of.toY??ooooooooo;oooo?
SttBdlDff, Relieved by Car?oL ? T!10. Missionary and Aid
uiHuiHii noK,IU ??Jr .VUUI"4 Society of the Presbyterian church
^_was entertained by Mrs. J. A. Mc
AliBter at her home on last Wednea
M? air? M r? UK I c.ani> M rt.??- day afternoon. This was an inter
peH of tn%to\vn^ e8tInB meeting aa officers were elect
five years with womanly troubles, also ed fPr thc "?xt year- MrB- Kold
stomach troubles, and, my punishment w?B elected president with Mrs. Hay
was more than any. one could tell, mond MulUnax aa vice president and
i tried most every kind of medicine, Mrs- s- E- Anderaon, secretary and
but none did me any good. 1 treasurer. A very interesting and
I read one day about Cardui, the wo- ' instructive paper on "Woman's Mis
man's tonic, and I decided to try it. I slonary Rally" waa read by Mra. J.
bad not taken but about six bottles until E. Watson. A moat pleasant social
1 .was almost cured. It did me more hour was enjoyed after the business
good than all the other medicines 1 had had been disposed of, during which
tried, put together.;. Mrs. MoAllst?r .served her guests
My friends began asking me why 1 with delicious cake and coffee,
looked so well, and 1 told them about Mr. T. C. Jackson, Jr., spent a few
Cardui. Several are now taking it" boura In Anderaon Thursday.
Do you, lady reader, suffer from any Dr. J. O. Wilson and wife were in
of the ailments due to womanly trouble, Lowndeaville Thursday to attend the
such as headache, backache, sideache. funeral of Mrs. T. C. Liddell,
sleeplessness, and that everlastingly tired Rev. j. ^ sutton of Starr waa
ieehngr . yoting in town a few hours Thurs
If so, let us urge you to give Cardui a day
te1-. V.^^nfe?1 l?J??11 ^3!*??' Mra. A. C. Townaend and daughter,
fe^Al?U??n 0ther WOmSO m Miss Llizie. have returned from a
the past half century. short gta u Ander8on
! Begin taking Cardui to-day. You Mra S TL Anderson and little
won't regret it M druggists. . daughter.'Sarah. leftiPriday for Spar
?^tt-Wriu u: Chattanooga Medicina Co.. LtdMs* tanburg where they go to spend ?ev
?^>ou^^??^ era] weeka with relatives. .,
SSbasatfSf vvjmaa." ia pUin r?PP?r. W.C184 Mr. Gua Townsend was in Ander
_ . ? ' son-Friday on business,
gffsg*"-' ? ' " j- - . -'. Mrs. Ti C. Jackson and Misses Lois
and li T. Jackson were snapping in
MI TM KI AI I VC Anderson Thursday.
j\H \J J, >fl j\H Ml M B J, \ ?j Mr. Thomas Baskln of near Lownd
esville waa a Visitor here yesterday.
MH1L' -^w-, L*in???MMi Mr. and Mrs: S. M. McAdams and
THF GIFT PRE-EMINENT SSUSJTSS'JJSL.'^' ta
Rev. J. Andrew Smith, aynodlcal
OviolirV frAcViriACc onri evangollat of South ; Carolina has
i?uaiity> rresnness ana Ju-9t cloaed a tfln meeting in
uniform rif?1irinil?;ne^ Starr and on his return home waa
uniTorm aeiiciouonebb the Rueat Wedne8day nlght of w
are .gO?U '"reaSOnS Why Prank McGee. While hore he made
Ml INTM Al T \/?0 ."'Ii Ka ? ft ?lost interesting talk in the A. R.
WU fN IN ALL. I O Will De a p. church that night to an apprecia
Vfirv " important item tlvo *adIencO- Mr. Smith conducted
yoi y luipuuaiu utul ? meeting here about two years ago
UPOn Christmas ShOp- and it was a treat to hear him again.
. .?. i M . . Rev. S. J. Hood waa a visitor in
ping llSt thlS year-aS in Anderaon yeaterday.
?marc Yi&fciT/s Mrs. J. A. McAlister has gone, to
ycdi5 UC1W?...Anderson to visit her slater, Mrs. S.
We have well anticip?t- ?. J?"* f " . .
, , ii . ? i? /- ? ! Miss Annie Halfacre leaves tomor
ed the WlSheS Ot many row for Blackville where abe will
proactive recipients of the next two weeks w,th re,a"
p-iif?c^lfi. the sneciar.holi- Mrs. W. Frank McGee waa ahop
?i?t^ m ine opeciai nun pm^ ,n ft few houw Friday
day packages now ready. -
Choose them now, to be Demand? for LOMB
reserved and filled Exceeding Expectation*
whenever \ you want ?. ..
L\- ~._ O** AMOdsUd ftwn.1
U7?BK .* i WASHINGTON, Dec 18.-Although
1 "\ i ' _ . (Uo complete Hat of, applications for
Christmas Dav lOV?US loans from the 5135,000,006 cotton
^Zt^&*hl?~L~ ~c tt?~\u ~ loan fund are available In Waahlng
eClamatlOnS Ot KJlly a ton, it waa taid hera tonight tuat de
hnv nf Pflnrlvl^nf ii 11 ni?nds wera exc*edlrp 'expectations
UUX Ul ^dnuy-Or ail ^ that predlcUona'ihat the funo
thlOfi[S.1 I Wished, for would not tte used except hy a few
Ml frvlKT A I ? v?C ^^ii)) borrowers would not be borpe oujfc.
J^IJNNAL1.Y mO$t! One official, in close tou?n with the
W?31 chnw M/ell mir fnre- Blta?tlon,jdecUred tonight he beueved
^'UijT??V^ wt,A1 UUI lurc a trip through the Scuth in the tnter
Sififht--likewise Vdur WiS- eat of the lund would develop enough
, ? J requeats to take up the entire
UOm. *v? amount
Tk Owl Drag Co,
Mrs. Norton Campbell of Pendleton
was shopping in the cjty yesterday.
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paajniii aoq ?IHAU?OX jo jamoa^ V
x. urn fi J tn'.l ' 'H "??" . !
181 % Tg?*?* Begins Jaiio 4
A special discount isj^crcd .for fast week. Make
j arrangements now, and prepare yourse?r for an independ
ent career. More cails for competent help than we can
supply. Catalogue free. Writtf or call today.
WILL CLOSE TOD
YOUNG LADIES TO HAVE
LENGTHY CHRISTMAS VA-,
?City School* Cloe? Wednesday.
. College Students Wjll Come
m ThU Week.
The doors of the Anderson College
.will close for thc Christmas holidays
?at the conclusion of work this.'after
noon, according to an announcement
yesterday by President J. P. Kinard.
Work will be resumed vin Tuesday,
January 5. * ***
The students of this institution will
receive a lengthier vacation than those
of any other college or school In this
section, as the others will not begin
closing before the middle of next
Some Leave Today.
The closing of the college for the
holidays this afternoon will give the
young ladles living at a distance ample
time in which to read* their homes by
tonight A few of the students who
live too far to reach their homes in
so short a while, will be permitted to
depart this morning.
?Schools Close 28rd.
The city schools, as announced al
ready, will close their doors for the
Christmas holidays on next Wednes
day, the 23rd. Classes will be resum
ed Monday raorninr/, January 4. 1915.
Tho first half of the approaching
week will see institutions of learning
throughout the country closing for the
Christmas holidays. Clemson college
students will be dismissed at 1 o'
clock Wednesday. Students of Ftirman
University. Greenville, and of Woffbru
College, Spartan burg,, will be at lib
erty to go home for the holidays when
they have finished their periodical ox
animations, which means that stud
ents of these institutions from Ander
son will be coming In at various tunes
this week up until Christmas eve.
Cblcora College and the Greenville
Woman's College, both of Greenville.
will close their doors come time dur
lng the first half of the approaching
The Day Io Congress
WASHINGTON, Doc. 18.-SENATE
Hearings resumed on the Philippine
Agriculture committee began in
quiry ' Into r?cent epidemic of foot
I and mouth disease among cattle.
Senator Sheppard stvke on his con
stitutional prohibition amendment.
Rejected th? nomination of W. N,
Collins as postmaster at Kansas City,
Adjourned at 4:32 p. m. to noon
HOUSE: Representative Gardner'
testified before naval committee urg
; lng increases of sea defenses.
Hearings continued on bill to limit j
?cold storage of food.
Passed legislative, executive - and
?Judicial appropriation bill carrying
Began consideration of postofllce
I appropriation bill.
Indian appropriation bill, carrying
Naval affaira committee concluded
hearings on annual appropriation
I bill, heated argument between Repre
I sen tat! ve Gardner, of Massachusetts,
?and committeemen marking closing
Adjourned at 5:25 p. m.. to noon
THIS-AND FIVE CENTS!
D^N'T MISS THIS. Cut ont Oda
allp, enclose five cants to Foley &
Co., Chicago, 111., writing your name
aktd address clearly. Ton will receive
in return a free trial package con
taining Foley's Honey and Tar Com
pound, for coughs, colds and croup;
Foley. Kidney Pills, far pain tn sides
and back, rheumatism, backache, kid
ney and bladder ailments; and Foley:
Cathartic Tablets, a wholesome and
thoroughly cleansing cathartic, espec
ially comforting *o stoutporsdns. For
sale in your'town by^Xvanir Phagr
ASK FOB HPAF^r^TjlENT.
SPARTANBUriO, p????>.'. lt-Hobart
3. Gantt anti Harrison Ferguson,
magistrate* in the city of Spartan
burg, and a majority of the magia
ist rates Jn the county will ask for re
appointment at Ute coming session of
the general1 assembly, lt was learned
today. Magistrate Ferguson la at
present serging under appointment, of
Blesse, the unexpired term of Magis
trate A. H. Kirby, whom the governor
removed from office. It was stated J
here recently that the delegation
Would recommend Magistrate Kirby
for reappointment to his position.
BEST FOB KIDKSTSr-SAVS DOC
Dr- J. T. R. Neal, GreenvUle, So.
Car., says' that In h lr. 80 years ot ex
perience he baa found no preparation
for the kidneys equal to Foley Kidney
of acids and poisons. Foley Kidnap .
Phis will help any case Of kidney and
bladder trouble not berond the rea *'
of medicine. Ia (Oe end.?LOO afc*
Sold in your town by Evans PUc
A 1 MITTI 1 T ? I
I Per s?rial \ \
Miss Pearl Garvin of Pendieton was
among those shopping In the elly yes
Eugene Evana. Ralph Hunter and
Ola Foster of Pendleton returned home
yesterday after spending 'Thursday
night in the city.
t I?;; ~"~
I Augustus Townsend of Iva was in
the city yesterday for a short while.
Dr. W. G. Witherspoon of the Rock
Mills section was a visitor in the city
J. Belton Watson of the Hunters
Springs section was in the city yester
day for a short while.
Mrs. William Martin of Pendleton
was in the city yesterday shopping.
Miss Lida Sherard of Wllllamston
was among thc shoppers in the city
The Rev. J. L. Singleton of Starr
was among the visitors in the city yes
A. B. Chasteen left yesterday for
Athens, Ga., where he will spend some
Dr. McCalla of Iva was among the
visitors in the city yesterday.
Robert Brownlee returned yester
day to Due West after a short stay in
Miss Neille Bannister of Starr was
among the shoppers In the city yester
D. B. Mcphail of the county was
among the" business visitors In the
John Horton of Belton was in the
city for a short while. '
Mrs. Sam . Wakefield of Antrevllle
was shopping In the city yesterday..
A. McPhail.'of the county was In the
city yesterday for a short while.
James Long of Piedmont was in ( r
the city yesterday on business.
Miss N. H. Campbell of Pendleton
was a visitor in the city yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Darby of Wal
halla were in the city yesterday.
Mrs. R. B. Blackman of Iva was
among the shoppers In' the city yes
T. E. Pelfrey vjf the county was
among the visitors In the city yester
day. . ?
Miss Ella Floyd of Lowndeaville
was in the city1 yesterday.
Claude Martib of the Neals Creek
section was in the city yesterday for
a short while.
Joe Blackwell of Pendleton was
amona those spending yesterday tn
the city. TV
Foster Cooley of Wllllamston waa In
the city yesterday on business.
William O'Bryant has returned to
New York after spending' ten days hi
Mrs. Henry McFall of the county
was shopping in the city yesterday.
Ernest Werner of Pendleton was in !
the city yesterday for a short while.
Mr.- and Mrs. John Wo ff o rd of Iv? j.
were In the city yesterday.
Mr. abd Mrs. T.. C. Jackson of Iva
were in the city yesterday.
W. J. Nealson of Wllllamston waa
In th? city yesterday on bualness.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Eakew of Denver
wera among the visitors In the city
.Mr*. Reed Sherard of Belton was
among the shoppers in the city yes
Mrs. Frank McGee and Mrs. W. A.
Sherard of Iva were among the shop
pers. In the,city yesterday,
... : ?
. M,lss Lois Jackson of Iva was shop
ping in the city yesterday.
Miss Julia Maxwell of Walhalla was
among those shopping in the city yes
.Miss, Grace Matttson of Hopea Pa"
ws* In the city yesterday.
Dr. an?, Mrs. Riley, of Iva were In
tbi city yesterday for a abort stay.
Clarence Reynolds of the county was
.popping in the city yesterday.
. Miss Nottle Slitter of Toccoa, Ga'..
will visit Miss Annie Brown on Orr
street, for a few days.
Mrs/ Arthur Rhody of the county
Mia shopping in the city yesterday.
Prue Fant of th? county was in the
pity yesterday for a.short while.
Mr. and Mrs. John Masters, of the
Mountain Creek SvCwv* was ia the
Miss Alma; Smith of the county waa
?nong tue shoppers in the city yes
Mi*V Felicia Brown ot the county
was shopping io the city yesterday.
Ry?y Burnie* of the county was In
the city yesterday tor a short while.
Thom** j, Martin of V'?ilaniston
asa in. tte city yesterday on basin eas.
PP IO ATTEND
3N SUBJECTS OF DEVELOP
MENT AND SETTLEMENT
IN THIS STATE
Secretary Porter A. Whaley U
Invited to Attend and Address
.peciat to The Intelligencer.
An invitation to eilend a coiuerence j
in farm developnw nt and settlement,
md address the H .inc, to be held tn
'harleston on February 4 and 5, 1915,
iaa been received by Secretary Porter
i. Whaley of the chamber o( com
uerce. Mr. Whaley ha8 not yet decid
d 'whether he will attend, aa the in
vitation wa8 received only yeaterday.
The flrat day of the conference will
)e devoted to atudy of the subject s ot
levelopment, while the second day will
ie taken up with discussion of the
natter of settlement. Thc following
etter from' Managing Secretury A. V.
Inell of the chamber of commerce of j
Charleston, to Secretary Whaley ex
>lains in detail thc object of the con
"A conference to consider farm de
velopment and settlement in South
Carolina will be held at Charleston on
february 4th and 5th, 1015. You are
cordially invited to attend thia con
crence and to addresa the same.
"It ia our purpose to arouse our peo
>le at thia time to the immediate need
if co-operative effort along these two
"The first day of the conference
rill be devoted to tho subject of de
velopment and tba*, of the aecond to
etti cm en t.
"Under developu:cut will he consld
:red the various subjects pertaining
o country life improvement, hlgh
vays, taxation, finance, churches and
ichoola. marketing, demon st rat lon
vork, drainage, etc.
"Under settlement will bc consider
'd the claaaeB and character of the im
nigrants needed for South Carolina,
>oth in America and abroad with
ipecial emphasis upon the work of j
ho U. S. Department of Labor. The
rarioua sectional and local land de
velopment will be considered. The I
vork of the various railroads will be |
liscussed and an attempt will be made
o co-ordinate the effort? of these
rarioua agenclea and a plan of co
ncretion by all local' bodies through
tut the State will be formulated.
"We are especially anxiout/ tlu<L
rou will addreaa thia conference upon !
tome aubject within the above acope j
ind would be glad to receive your aug
(estloos along thia line and for .your
tersonal influence in lntcreating other
igenciea and friends who might oe in
crested and whom we ahov.ld have
vitb un at thia time.
"Thia ia to be a forward movement j
'or tbe State ot South Carolina and
re cannot too strongly impress ita
mportance for our future* develop .
nent. We believe that the time ia ripe |
md that'a start should be made now.
"We wiah to ?tart the year of 1915*1
vith thia forward movement and will f
u? glad to hear from you at year Gor
iest convenience relative thereto."
Misa Paarl Garvin Of Pendleton waa
imong the shoppers in the city yes
P. R. Doyle of the Lebanon section
vas in the city yeaterday for a short
. Miss Pearl Foster of Pendleton wa:
uSOUg the visitors in the citv vrater
HAS MADE GOOD
>how at UK Palmetto Has Been]
Drawing Jard ta Spite of the
Even the cold weather could not|
keep tho crowd away' from the Pal
metto this week which is ample proof |
that theatre goers of Anderson, ap
rec?ate a good show when they seel
me.- "The Gardner Lawson Company, j
*hich has been furnishing the amuse
nent this week gt thia popular thea
re, has certainly, come tip to expec
atlona. so tp apeak.. ' J?vory bill put
m has been clean, tunny and.as good
lg many seen in other, cities at prices
loubie that charged by the Palmetto.
Manager Plpkaton. In talking to a re
porter for The Intelligencer stated
hat he world po$iU?*'y glv: uJSf
ilgh class attractions In the future,'
?von though they cost quite a nice tit
le sum of money. And further
Usted that he has .' another dandy
rood, bill for the coming week which
a said to bc better than.the one.that
las shown hero this week, if auch a
hing la possible. It lt is Just as good
t will no doubt be appreciated by the
nany patrons of this amusement
War Time Prices
For the Next leek
(From Dec. 18th to Dec. 25th.)
Extra fancy patent flour, per barrel..$5.25
io pounds Snow Drift Lard.... .$1.00
10 pounds Pure Lard.". . .$1*40
8 pounds good roasted coffee.. . .$1.00
i4 pounds best head rice..?$1.00
25 pounds sugar.$1.45
Sweet and juicy oranges, per box.$2.00
3 Crown raisins, per box.,$1.90
1 pound box cluster^ raisins, per box. 15c
Brazil nuts, per pound.*. .*. 20c
Walnuts, per pound.20c
Sotuth Carolina Pecans. 20c
Good Apples, per barrel..$3.25
Good apples, per peck.. . . 38?
Seeded raisins, 15c or 2 packages.. .25c
Currants, 15c or 2 packages.25c
Dates, per pound. ..... 10c
Citron, per pound. 20c
Fresh country butter. 20c
Buckwheat.15c to 30c
Pancake, and Flap-jack flour.. .. .15c to 30c
Potatoes flour, per package. 10c
Tapioca, per package.... *0c
Powdered sugar, per pound. ?Oe
5 pounds Domino block sugar. . 50c
Maple syrup.35c to $1.00
1 pound box of After' Dinner Mints. 20c
Heinz's Mince-meat, per jar. 50c
Chow-chow, per glass. .............. 30c
India relish.15c to 30c
Olive chow.r ? 30c
Pickles, sweet and sour.10c to 25c
Olives, plain and stuffed.10 to 25c
Red, green and yellow Mericheno Cherries 25c, 50c and 75c
Figs, a jar.......... ... 35c
Figs,-per package.. 10c
S pounds Butter Cup candy. . . .?.. - ? 95c
Plum Pudding... . . . - ? 30c
5 pound Oxford Fruit cakes.$1.50
2 1-2 pound Oxford Fruit. Cakes... ... ........ 90c
1 pound Oxford Fruit Cakes.. 30c
Cranberries, per qt... 10c
2 large stalks celery. .. .25c
Large head lettuce.. . . OSc
Potato chips..'.i ... ... . .lue and ?6c
Large Cocoanuts. 10c
3 large Crape Fruits. . .. .. ..25c
Sliced bacon, per pound..- 30c
Hams, per pound..20c
Sliced bacon, in jars, per pound ...,. 35c
Cheese, per pound.. .-.. '. 20c
Macaroni, and spaghetti..10c and 15c
Malaga grapes, per pound. .... . .. . . 20c
Community goods, packed in glass jars:
Sweet pickled crab apples..'.. ... 50c
Pine apples, sliced and grated... 50c
Pickled red beets.. . 25c
Red raspberries. ... .... ... 50c
Red pitted cherries. ?Oe
Sweet pickled pears. 50c
Sweet pickled peaches.. ,... . . . . *0c
Asparagus tips..jj. ... SOc.
All kinds of jams and preserves. ..?. .25c to 50c
Bearingcon-Hall steel cut coffee, per pound ... ... 40c
Oranges, per dozen. . ^ . ...lOc, 15e and 20c
121 East Whiteer St.
LET US HA^ YOUR ifflERS
Phones 2?23 and "229