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Younga Island, S. C., Nov. 23, lil?. J
To set started witt, you we make
you Ute following offler. Send us SJ.Dd
for^jOOO* Frost Proof Cabbage Plants,
grown in Ute opera air sod wiri stand
freezing, grown from the Celebrated
Seed of Boigina & Son and Thorbom <
4? Cfo., and I will send you 1.000 Cab* I
bag* Plants additional FREE, and rou |
eau repeat Ute order as many times i
as you like. I will give you, special
prices on Potato Seed and Potato
Plants later. We wsnt the accounts'
of dose buyers, Urge and small. We
can Supply alt
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U *e a little entra money to
good sdvnr-tAse jue* sow?
Haven't you Nwtevhing to sell?
own something yo? no
nae, bot wasch if offered
pool at once to soma ene wno
does need il?
An. ?NTELLIGENCER Want
Ad will iura th? trick.
MUM FIRE nSWM?CE GO.
Insure with uti abd keep the* money
at-borne. Every.dollar ot our col lec
Uons deposited In Anderson . .county
banks and helping to Improve Ander
son county condittomv:w
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$5.00 per IL090 on line-Mugs.
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CHIME AND SEE US , .
J. J. Smith, President Vnd Treasurer.
J. It.' Veadtvar.Vice President
J. J. Major... ... .3ocretary
Rev. W. W. Leathers,
J. M. Knox,
F. Jd. Brown, 1 ' Tl*?
J: fe ?
J. J. MsJor,
H. II. Gray. '
Anderson1 county wasn't invited to
the governor's, little pardoning frolic
yestr ?ay. Maybe he's planning some?
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At lite Palmetto ?il th? Week.
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New York Cotton *
XtfW YORK. Jan. H.-There waa
r.ufflc?en? realizing and Southern sell
ing to cause some irregularity In the
cotton market hero today, but offer
ings were absorbed on comparatively
moderate reactions and several
months made new blRb ground for the
movement with the close steady at
net advance of 3 to 5 points.
' The market opened steady at a de
cline of 2 points to au advance of 4
points. The early cables were some
what disappointing from a bullish
standpoint and houses with Liverpool
connections had a few selling orders'.
After selling about 4 point* net high
er, active months eased off in conse
The decline was quickly checked
within a point or two of the opening
figure*, however, owing to a broaden
ing.in vestment demand and buying.bv
liouses with contlnnental connections.
Offerings Increased as prices reached
?. jlevcl some 7 to IQ points net hlghe<\
ind there was another 'setback of 6 to
T pointa op which local spot houses
teemed to bo selling for Southern
accoutn, particularly October, but a
second rally followed with spring and
"?arly summer positions making new
olgb ground and selling about 0 to 10
points net higher.
..'..vtfull Street and housefl with wes
teru connections Nevero active -buyers
?n- the afternoon advance. Realizing
caused the closing reactions of 5 to
Snot cotton nulot; rilddlin-i up
lands H OT,: Gulf 8.T0. N>
Cotton future* eloped steady.
.,.];'. Open. H ich. i.ow CH-.
January. 8.02 S.02 7.93
tfarch*. 8.17 8.26 8.16 8.20
May.8.35 8.47 8.34 8.41
July.8.54 8.6", 8.53 8.59
October .. .. 8.77 8.87 -8.76 8.81
New Orleans Cotton
NEW ORLEANS, Jan. lt.-While no
greata amount of Activity prevailed at
any time during today's session, tho
cotton merket was very steady and
moderate buying served, to put prices
up. At times considerable- realizing
was done by longs. At the best or thc
day the trading montbB were 7 to nt
points over last week's final figures.
Tim close was at a net gain of 2 to 5
^aototS^^^_ - ? . *
md Financial 1
One of. the main stimulating influ
ences was the report that four steam
era would clear this month and next
<"rum . Texas City direct for Bremen.'
the heavy receipts at other Texas
.Mints were accepted SB a pointer to
zn equally heavy- export movement in
H.he near future.
in the cotton,belt spots were active,
six of thc. larger markets reporting
aggregate sales of 45.263 bales, one
o ftho largest day's business. of the
- Spot cotton Arm. Sais? on the spot
1.6C0; to arrive 7.1 BO,
t'otton futures closing:
January 7.68; March 7.90; May
3.12; July 8.33; October 8.58.
LIVERPOOL, Jan. ll.-Cotton, spot
lower, good middling 5.07; middling
4.76; low middling 4.33. Sales 8,000;
speculation and export 1,000. Receipts
Futures very steady. May-Jqne
4.60: July-August 4.66; October-No
vember. 4:76; January-February 1.80.
Cotton Seed Oil
NEW YORK. Jan. ll.-Cotton seed
oil wa? weak today Anal prices show
ing a loss of 9 to 19 points. There wes
considerable liquidation, chiefly by Ute
west in lard; While offerings.were ab
sorbed 'through commission houses,
partly for nouthurn long account, to
nether with scattered covering of
short'j. Sales 27,000 barrels.
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NEW YORK, Jan. ll.-Cotton goods
markets were steady today. Print
cloths were firmer and tending higher.
Jobbers bought domenics steadily.
Raw silk was' grm at the advances
named last week. Imported dress
goods, .were advanced owing to in
creased finishing costs, higher freight
rates and added customs taxes.
CHICAGO. Jan. ll.-Hogs weak. Bult
e world cornes to Anderson . " J*
every morning ONLY through M
ggc?iiaeit ia the ONLY paper publish
eM m An^rson county carrying the
FULL as?! Complete Associated Pre??
reports, lt also carnee Special Wash
ington and Columbia Correspondent
service, together with a good? reliable
local new? service, thu? assuring it'?
*?c4&*fi ALL the newt when NEW,
if TliyE; but NOT otherwise
M6?6.$fJ: llKlit 6.50?6.90; . mixed
U??6.9?; rough ..&G??.C5; pig? G.
^SoW i depressed. Native steere |
J.?0??.M; western 4,78?7.40; cows
ind heifgers'3.l0?8; calves 7.50?
'Sheep weak. Sheep 6.75? (l.CO;
rearllags ?.*0*>7,76; Umts7.55?8.75.
CHICAGO, jan. ll*-Wild selling of
safest reuultdd tod riv from reports
that English and French flcc|s were
successful)/ breaking through the I
Parkish defenses of thc Oardencllos.
Wier a downward plunge of 5 6-8c I
(rom Ute. top figures of day, the market j
Elosed restless at 8 to S 1-2 under
Saturday's close. Other leading stap
les, too. all finished at a decided set
back, corn 1 l-l to 1 3-8?l 1-2. oats
1 to 1 1-4 and provisions 12 1-2 to 47
Grain and provisions closed:
Wheat. May 1.34 5-8; July 1,21 1-8.
Com. May 74 3-8; Joly 76 1-8.
Oats. May 64 3-8; July 52 1-8:
Cash grain. Wheat, No. 2 red. 1.31
l-2?1.37 1-8; No. M hard, $1.311-2?
Corn. No. 2 yellow, 69 3-4(770 1-2.
Oats, standard, 521-4?53 1-2.
TRADED FOR DOGS I
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According to Affidavits filed in
F?d?ral Colart in Support of
CBv AwocIat?d rrm)
CHICAGO* Jan 11.-Affidavits that
taro ball players under contract under
tte national agreement were traded
ipr dogs were among documents filed
today in federal, court in support of
thc Federal League suit against or
' Mordecai Brown, former , Chicago
National pitcher, submitted sn affida
vit concerning the dog transaction.
"Joe Cantillon, manager of the Min
Seapolis club of the American Associa
on, at one time, traded a profession
al ball player for a ball dog," Brown
Bworc. "Your affiant also believes that
Roger Bresnahan, while manager of
the St. Louis Club, of the National
League, traded a professional player, a
pitcher named Hopper, to Richard
Kinsella, then manager of the Spring
field. 111., club in the Three-! League,
for a bird dog."
A score of affidavits relating alleg
ed ; wrongs to ball players, together
with copies of 1 ho national agreement,
stenographic reports of speeched by
baseball magnates, and copies of con
tracts and. telegrams, by which the
Federal League will attempt to sup
port its suit
The affidavits age headed by a
lengthy document from Joseph Tink
er, now manager 6/ the Chicago Fed
erals, ,at j? salary,;^4?RWP,a year. ..
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Debate Held Up.
WASHINGTON. Jon. ll.-Debate on
the ahlp parchase ??? Was again held !
up today f in the sena ic by continued |
discussion of the District of Colum
bia appropriation bill. The district!
bill probably will bo passed tomorrow
bat the conference report on thc Immi
gration bill may delay consideration I
of the ship measure at least another 1
NORFOLK, Va., Jan- ll.-Captain !
Janies Walker, or Ute British steams
John Hardie, loaded with food
clouting , for the Belgian var sufferers
which waa floated Ulla morning after
spending forty-seven hours on a mod
bar nesr Back River; reported to Brit
ish Consul Barton Myers, in Ulis city,
today that bia third engineer had
assaulted by two Chinamen, member
of his crew.
VuU Forcea Attack; Carranza
Troop? Retreat; Loases Re
. LAR?U0, Texas, Jan. li.-Monterey
ir, hrld by Csrt?nxa iroope.'accordlng
to reports hero tonight, which aald
that general Maclcvlo Merrere arriv
ed there today with a large rape..,
When Herrera's troops approached
Monterey \ihe citizens took them for
Villa troops and for. ? while pande
monium reigned! '.
General Herrera hurriedly sent out
scouts wh? Inforiuca thc populace
that no Villa troops were in sight and
tonight conditions were approaching
\ Deiattsdf the bailie of Saltillo,
wftlcli ended yesterday In Ute defeat
of 15.000 Carran? troops who were
attst'riug abou^^fiijBjVIUa troops.
Indicate tho ruse of one who waa
largely responsible for thc Carranga,
retreat,. Ho was a tvigjor, who by pre
arrangement deserted ' the vittjnttfe.
ce?, joining tho Cat ran ta facUoitjv?&
i give?: slgoai. after he had joined thc
besiegers, thia bugle* sounded calls
Indicating that thc enemy was 00 ail
tides nf Uta Carrsa^trtmpa, Other
Oglers took hp his caji, beflevthg it
tefl osen ordered, from headquarters.
Villa force* atfctfkednnd the Carran
ca forces retreated tn disorder.' The
losses are reported heavy.
Sobald ''Big*' King be elected ser
reant-at-arm* of thc House, lt
s-ouidn'i be healthy fer Cole to stan
Kentucky Grand Jury Making |
Inquiry Into Recant Hanging
of White Man.
(iiy Associated Prtm.)
<;rWKN\:UJ5. Ky., Jau H.-Thc
Muhlenbcrg County grand Jury toduy
pegan Investigating Operation? of
bands ot night riders in this region.
A white man recently waa decoyed
it night from. hi* home near here
?nd hanged to a tree. At various
Limes men and women . ha^a been
seized, stripped and flogged and on
two occasions tenant houses in min
ing camps have been riddled with bul
The night riders first barrassed
'joel operators in wertem Kentucky
who employed non-union labor. Later
the warfare was extended to farmers,
business men and other Individuels.
American Jewish Ranal Commit
tee Arranging to Send
NEW YORK. Jan. H.-The provis
ional executive committee for Orn
erai Zionist affairs made public to-:
night a* letter received from Ita 1
agent, Wolf Oluskin. who is now in
Alexandria, dated December 4, inj
which he says: '.
"Conditions in Palestino arc be.
?omtng worse every day. Palestine
la facbig u famine, a real famine in
the fullest sonso of the word, is Ul
possible that the population of an eu
tir? country will be left to starve?
- "Permission to remove gold from
here to Palestino ls not so easily ob
tained, but thanks to tho efforts of |
Ambassador Horgenthau, the local
authorities are favorably. inclined.
TJta American Jewish relief com
mittee hap under way arrangements
for sending foodstuffs to Palestine, it j
KEEPN6 IK ?OOH CONDITION
Many people suffer from indigestion
and conatipation and do not know lt.
A feeling of dullness and languid
ness, bitter taste in the mouth, head
ache, bilious fever-most of . those
conditions when you "are not sick,
but don't feel right"-can be traced
to sluggish "bowels and torpid liver.
Poley Cathartic Tablets cleanse the
sjfslem, arouse the liver, baulah In
digestion and make you "feel good all
over"-light, energetic and ambitious.
Bold by Evans Pharmacy. \
Peace Negotiations |
(Ry AworUted Pit??.)
NACO, Arts.. Jan. ll.-Brigadier
General Hugh L. Scott, chief of staff
of the United States army, successful
ly concluded tonight negotiations for
peace along the Mexican border.
,T>;itli Governor M ay lorena, the Vil
la commander, and . General Pallas
Cai (es, commanding the Carranca
troops in Naco. Sonora, have signed
the agreement eliminating factional
warfare along the Sonora border.
FITS CENTS PROVES IT
. A (?enerous Otter. Cut ont this
ad., enclose with 6 cents to Foley &
Co., Chicago, M., writing your name
and address plainly and receive a free
trial package containing Foley's
Honey and Tar Compound, for coughs,
colds and croup; Foley Kidney Pills,
for kidney and bladder complaints,
backache, pains in joints, rheuma
tism;; and Foley Cathartic Tablets,
a wholesome and thoroughly cleans
- cathartic-try all titree for 6
the cost of malling. Sold by
Anderson, xi. c.
Daa^t^J^oaJUter* Have you
PROGRAM FOB SUNDAY
ro BE HELD IN ANDERSON
DR. J. C. CARM?N
' . ? '
\nd Other Prominent Speakers
Will Attend the Institutes and
The program for the Sunday achoo'.
nstltutcH to bu held in 'Anderson
county is'as follows:
Belton, Tuesday Itt -8 4Pelerk.
Tho schools of Broadway, Belton,
dartln and Boca Path townships will
icnd delegates. Meeting held in First
hint hi church.
Starr, Wednesday l?-S O'clock.
Tho schools of Vareuncs, Savannah,
Mall and Comer townships Will send
leiega?es. Meeting hold In Methodist
Piedmont, Thursday 14-3 O'clock.
The schools ot Bruwby Creek. Car
lin. WHltaniBton and Hopewell will
tend delegates- Meeting held tn Bap
Pendleton, Friday, Jan. 12.-2 O'clock.
The schools or Kock Mills, Fork,
Pendleton and Centerviiie townships
will send delegates. Mooting held lu
Methodist Episcopal church.
It ls hoped every church In the
county will bo represented at some of
these institutes. Dr. Carman and oth
er good speakers will be present and
s live man will discuss a live topic
and our schools will bo greatly bless
ed. If any school lintis lt difficult to
sendrUelcgntcs to* the institute meeting
In the district then send to some other
distict on any of tho other days moa
Honed. Below will be found a list of
thc.speakers and the topics to be dis
cussed and also the county organiza
(Each school is urged to fill out the
blanks carefully and return as re
County Central Committee.
A. L. Smethers, M. D" vice pres!
dent; Mr. T. Frank Watkins, vice
president; Mr. L. M. Cecil, secretary;
Mr. R. M. Cathcart, treasurer
Assisted by State Committeemen.
Dr. J. F. Vines, Anderson; Mr. J. A
Brock. Anderson und five N Institute
Anderson, Centrai Presbyterian
Church, Jan. 11.
John C. Cannan, state superintend
ent; lt. S. Ligon, F. M.. Burnett, O.
Cullen Sullivan, Dr. J. B. Townsend.
BelSen, First Baptist Church, Jan. IS.
John C. Carmon, state superintend
ent; C. W. Chambers, W. S. Ilamsey,
Rev. D. W. Dodge, A. R. Campbell.
Starr, Methodist. Church, Jan. IS.
John C. Carman, state snpeiinbeuu
ent; F. W. Bannister. Rev. J. W.
3peake, Rev. Herman Stone, T. Frank
Piedmont, Baptist Church, Jan ll.
John C. Carman, state superintend
ent; Rev. D. C. Williams, W. F. Cox,
C. B. Earle, O. M. Heard.
Pendleton, Methodist Church, Jun. 15,
John C. Carmen, state superintend*
ent; E. W. Brown, Rev. J. M. Gar
rison, Dr. J. R. Young, J. W. Quat
Some of the following subjects will
be discussed by some of thc '.vorher*
st all ot tho institutes:
Afternoon Session 2 io ."> P. M,
i. Weakness ot Our Sunday School
. 2. How to Make Bible Study De
8., Round Table Conference ' on
"Sunday School Management."
4. Should 1 the Sunday School
Teach Systematic Proportionate, um
5. What Kind of Biblo Class At-1
C. Shall Anderson bc a Front Line
Sunday School County?
7. Institute Surprise.
Evening Session, 9:80 to 9:3d.
1. Strong Points .of a Successful
2. One Minute Talks on "Why I go
to Sunday Schob]."
S. "Tito Homo and the Sunday
School Hamcfwed Together."
. 4. Thc Qualifications of an Effect
C. *T Will Make You to Become
Fishers ut Men."
g. The Everlasting.
7, Institute Surprises.
9. What a Well Organised Men's
Liesa Means to a Church.
. Anderson County District
No. ?. Brushy Creek, (Jarvie, W1?
Itamston and* Hopewell towusbips.
No. 2. Broadaway. Belton, Martin
tod Honca Path townships.
Nj?. 3. V?rennos, Savannah, Hall
ind Comer townships.
No. 4. Rock Mills. Fork, Pendleton
ind Centerviiie townships.
Ko. G. Anderson School district No.
17. including Gluck. Every Sunday
school should send, two or more dele
sates, preferably to the institute in
j, A few more days of sunshine and
;be North Main street swamp, between
Karie street and the poe to ttl ce, will
look like a hard-baked fritter.
Our French Dry Cleaning
Proc?s? keeps tho fabiica fresh,,
clean and bright; lt 4cecps thu
colors olear and brilliant; it
keeps thu garment lu perfect
shape so it fits and kanga just
Skillful workers handle your
garments herc. Each piceo re
ceives, j iBt the attention and
manipulation that is necessary
to obtain a perfect result.
You will find that while our
prices are no higher, our work
i stands ahead ot all competition,
lt's economy to patronize us,
when you realize that your
clothes aro made to look bet.
Try us tills week. ?
WHOSE KO. 7.
you no longer have to wait or send
away for your glasses. I huvo ono of
the most completo Grinding Plants in
the South and every convenience to
turn ont your work promptly. You
can't realise what I have in mar
chlnery unless you vl?lt my place. I
can dupl?calo your Icu?-don't ' care
who mado it or if you break it all to
pieces , don't worry como here. I
can refract the moat difficult caso of
eye trouble and write the prescription,
grind your glasses and guarantee tho
very nemo of precision. I have a'rec
ord I am Justly proud ot and I am
keeping pace with the confidence tito
people of my town have in mc This
ls what actuated mo in the purchase
of the Plant and if you could just
see the number ot people in Anderson
now wearing glasses ground in An
derson, you would be convinced that
Campbell ls th <awa and on tho Job.
All I aBk is: try me with tr next
job. I also bare tito best * ^nipped
Optical Office for making vocamiua
tlons in South Carolina. My prices
ara consistent with first-class work,
ranging from $3.00 to $5.00 up for .a
completo job. Repair anything lu the
Optical line, duplicate your lenses
from 76c up, owing to how it is to be
made.. Begin the new year fight, by
having me do your Optical work. It
anyone tells you that I don't srrlni
good glasses in Anderson, I vl'.l g.v
yon $25.00 tor proof of statement
When yon have trouble 'with your oyo?
or glasses, think of me' 1 ara the sure
remedy. Also remember tho place.
No. 112 W. Whltner "lt., Ground
Floor. Telophone Connection.
DB. M' R CAMPBELL,
Registered Op to meir Ht.
Unto everyone ht given the right to
investigate, but many remain ig
norant On tho most important sub
jects by accepting hearsay as facts.
We give the
for everything we do in our our op
We are- ready to show yo.u whether
you. have eye trouble or not, - ad to
prpve thai glasses will give you relief.
Investigate our system, learn Ute im
portance of thoroughness and scien
tific training necessary to ono who
professes to treat the eye.
NO CHAROS 1
Thc Shur-Fit Optical
310 S> Main Street
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