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UNLESS DEMAND IS DIMIN
ISHED SOON SUPPLY WILL
Five Countries Are Clamoring for j
America's Wheat, Mad Floor
(Br AjRodtwxl Frm.)
CHICAOO, Jan. 14.~Geuerally ac
cepted assert lona that unless the Eu
ropean demand soon diminishes tue
United States would have no wheat
to ship abroad after March lifted the
price of that cereal itere today to
$1.41 Sr*, the highest In many years.
Retail floor prices rose simultaneous
ly, sacha which recently sold for 70
cents iTOihf; to SO.
PiHs European governments var?
reported today, to be actively in the
wheat market on this side of the At
lantic, in addition to Individual buy
ers from foreign, nelda.- The result
waa Agu tod to be exportation at the'
rate of eight million to ten million,
bushels a week. 'V;J
The governments which are direct,
purchasers in the United States art
the Swiss, Greek, Italian. Dutch one
French. So far the British govern ',
ment baa done nothing is a govern
. ment, but Great Britain's food suppl j
is said here to be down to a CO-dav
basis and if Great Britain es a gov
ernment should eater the market, itt,
result, In the opinion of Chicago ex-:
perts, would be hard to foresee.
COUNCIL DECIDES ON COXD38IO? Sj
FLAU OF HANDLING PAVING
(C0?rtlNPfeO Tito? PACK owty '
waa accepted by Alderman Dobbins
and adopted hy unanimous vote ol
The amendment having been adopt-,
ed, the original r?solution as propos
ed by Alderman Dobbins was put be
fore the house and adopted without s
dissenting vote. The resolution reade -
Whereas, The etty ooah eil of An
derson has approved tberprovisions o
a proposed act of the generaraisem-'
bly, authorising the assessment o)
abutting, property owners lb said city
. for the permanent improvement ' ol
streets, etc., which provisions are
. e?bstantlally aa have recently been
s?eh jsfet the city' is required to pay
ode-half of the cost of such improve-'
meuts abd the abutting property own
ers one-half and it will be necessary
for the city to issue approximately
Ofle . hundred thousand dollars ($100/
0001 of bonds to provide for the pay-,
ment of its half of the cost of such,
:?H?WV therefore. S? it i&^tved, by.
tb*1 nidyer end aldermen of the said
oliy of Anderson <n council assem
bled, ca' follows; . v
1. TB?? the city council elect four
rtpreaehwlive ctHsehs of the ctty<
.freeholders therein, who, with the
?aaifo:- bf the etty and two other mern
nMlfag eem?cil tb be appointed
th? mayor, shall constitute a com-.,
, rtrit?lpn, with the mayor aa chairman,
tb control and manage the ex?>endl
ture of the.money to be raised by
a?ch ^assessments and to be realized
. ffiHW^al? cf said, toz?s, w?Oi tutu
fcbVk* ?M Authority to pass Upon pe- ?
Oomafto such improvements, to ni l
ttfBnaeiis, tb make contrae!* for
<H* saving ana materials therefor and
&H$*\ly ip fore . all the-pow^rs anil
auuoVlty in regard to such improve
32&r ag cbun^^^
in*^h?" nle???at1 ^m,Vton ma^ ^
tour ?Mnmi^^ UW* *^rsv
H. ft. Horton, Da. B. A. Henry, B. O.
Evans and Paul E. Stevens were elect
;r Godfreyvth*n made -his ap
poifctments from council, naming Al
AeinUi . Cobbini, inasmuch as he had
profSed the r?solution, and Alder
man Bbc arman, aa he had offered the
amendment tn qneefloa. ^
Local Option *';,:>.
ALBAN*, TA. Y., Jan. 14.-The Anti
??.*.'?**.. btu tor tocal option
by electiO'4 diAtriclsijwas introduced
In the p-^isleinre today.
^II^V-I.-W.? nun J^jjn jWgWIIjl.M^I H'J"'
. ^fcgggHw*? i^eecriptkmc
Try a bottle of Nansette-* Pz*
acH^ticn tor inapore b?oo* kiaaer,
ligand stomach. It has alee??
ed^Mdred* sind thonagada, wfcy- '
aSi?eji??n*t tt please yea., poeten
a^l$raggteta claim it eco not bo
.. ; -, .?? : ... ?-..>
Id and guaranteed by all lead-?
ls* ?ug atores ead the Naasst-1
ta' pleine Company, lt? Coffee J
il. iiim* I'lMll'. fl H TPi? tttfx m
which enables us to clean up each season's stocks as we go along, thereby insuring our trade at all times. This year, owing to the War, the
Backward Season, the almost Impassible Roads, etc etc, we find that we are COMPELLED to Sacrifice more goods at GREATER REDUC
TIONS than ever before. Great price reductions in all departments; herewith we give a few items, but there are many more unadvertised biufc
gains than those listed here.
WOOL DRESS GuOuS
50-inch Serges in all colprs, regular values Soc
^ 54-inch all wool Serges in all shades, values 75c Cjri^
to go at.........?#\f C
72-inch all wool Serges in all colors, regular 90c /JA
values at.... ... . .V****
Stripe Linen in different shades, 25t values i Q
at.' . <. ........ , **^V
White and Red Table Linen, regular 40c values OC -
to close at.. .. > ...
72-inch fine Broadcloth, in all colors, values 75c JJQQ
10-4 Pure Linen Sheeting, worth $1.00, clearance A Q "
sale price... . .''iOC
BLANKETS AT A BIG SACRIFICE
One lot of Cotton Blankets reduced OA
One lot of Cotton Blankets? 75c values reduced IjjjQ^
One lot of Cotton Blankets, $1.56 values
reduced to...... ...
One lot of Wool Nap Blankets, regular $2.00 *| SO
HIGH SHOES AT LOW PRICES
One lot bi Ladies' shoes Ton counter, sizes up ts Oft**
4 1-2, values up to $2,50, reduced to .....
One ?'it Ladies' shoes in Vici Kid, values # T GUY
*2.oo, reduced to... .. . ...V*o*fV
One lot Ladies' shoes in Gun Metal and ^> *| Q?
Leather, value $2.50, reduced to. .. & * ff
Big line of Meh's shoes in all Leathers, worth J JJ ?JQ
$3.00 and $3.50, reduced to.....
Big line Flennell?ttes, regular price i Oe, mm *r% *
only.. . ./ ?^T
Beautiful Dress Ginghams, Clearance Sale mm ?y '"A
only. / 0-4
BIG SAVING IN NOTIONS
Ladies' and. Misses' Black Hose for this, sale per ?y1
pair.... ~ . . . . C
Ladies' fine Black Hose for this sale 1 2c
Ladies Linen Wear Hose in tah'arid "black, this nd
sale at!. .. /?**C
Menens Talcum Powder this
sale. .(. 1*?C
Ladies'Colar and Cuff Sets, values 25c, this I Q
White Counterpane, Marselles Patterns, this QjJ^
. New lot of Valencie?es Laces, round thread
sale. &. . .
Men's All Wool Blue Serge , Suits $10, Jtfi ty fl
values .reduced to, .. . ....
Men's fine Afr Wool Worsted Suits in Plaids ?nd Stripes,
regular $12.50 values reduced $8 98
One lot of Boys'Sample Suits worth $3.00, 4i 1 A P,
to close out at.sj" A
One lot Men's Worsted and Cashmere Pan ts, ^>
worth $3.OO. tovtean up ai per pair. . . .5?? &
All of our Fleece lined Men's underwear, 5oc OQ?%
Misses' Outing Gowns reduced O g* ^
to... ,.. ... . . .
Children's dresses^n Ginghams, and Percales to go. .^Qgr
Children's Cloth and Bear Skin Cloaks, $t.So AflTiv
values at. .n70v
Ladles' Caracul and Clot i Coats, values up d?? Qp
to $6.oo, to clean up at., *??.n70
Ladies' KJnit Pants, 25c values I A ^
at.,. . . . ..*
Ladies' Knit pants. Soc values
at.. . ..,.... ? .... ? . ? . . .
Ladies'beautiful style Kimonas, $1.25 values OA?
al. J. .OeW
Ladies' Shirts, made of Serge, reduced
to. . ..'.
One lot of Ladies' Skirts, values up to $5.00 !j| 'Oft
? reduced to.?.... .& * e?F*3?
COTTON GOODS REDUCED
?Vprorr<5mgr?triis, regular 7c values reduced
to. . ..
Yard wide Sea Island Cotton, worth 7c, reduced Cj?
Outings, all shades, good quality, this
Cotton Flannel, heavy quality, this
c'JLIC ... . -...
White and Colored Curtain Scrim, ieduced
to... vM>>'-?^| ,M M|
Many, Many, Many. Many, Many Other Bargains Too Numerous To Mention
IN TERRIFIC GALE
- NEWPORT NEWS. Vc, Jan 14.
Encountering a terrific gale, which it
?aid. -reached the velocity of over
50 miles an hour, shoat to miles off
^Cepe Hatteras, while on a speed ran
^om Philadelphia to Hampton Roads,
te dreadnaught Kansas Tuesday
Ight suffered damage to the extent of
10,000 to $80,000,
The Kansas limped into Hampton
t, and men who came
eciaret the storm waa the
they haw, ever experienced. The
damaged, and water poured Into many
of the forward bunks. There was ho
loss ot ,Ufe or h 'aries to the olficere
Tba Kanaae had Just completed re
pairs at the Philadelphia navy yard
Jesting for six weeks and wag mak
ing a speed teat run.
' White the officers ead men were ex
tremely reticent concerning their ex
perience and the damage done, tt was
stated that the Kanaae would return
to tat Philadelphia navy yard tomor
row for Immediate repairs, and will
be again laid tv for ten or lb days.
New Yort: Cotton
j Ott? TOR*,?de. !4.~?Cotton waa
Tory mach leas .active today and prices
??actuated within a range of 4 ar l
points with the close steady at a net
deciine of 3 to 6 points.
, The market opened steady at a de
cline o? I pomt tb ea advance of S
?o?uts The census Agares on supply
had distribution eaggested Increased
activity on the part of the domestic
aplanen end showed, relatively small
stocks In the hands of manufacturera
raf tho end ut December: This doubt?
laas accounted ter fhn kiirju-,^ c. .
jatar months, bat the Liverpool celias
were disappointing, while there wa?
abo ?owe rone wed Sellin? here by
trade interests and houses with ?. anth
em connections. The market cAeed c&
In co n sequence.
'S? ?oath WM offering* spat cotton
moro freely inspired rather mor i local
se ll bia. Last prices, wore practically
the lowest ot the day.
Snot cotton quiet; middling uplands
8.05: OuVf 8.S0. Ho aales.
Cotton closed steady.
Opec high low ?loee
January . . 7.86 7.90 7.8S 7.8?
March . . . eUS *J6 S.1S S.ii
May .... 8.33 8.35 8.31 8.3.1
July . ... 8.55 8.63 8.48 MS
October . . 8.7? 8.77 8.71 8.70
New Orl?ans Cotton
NEW flIUJBA>ia li- Whiis
considerable selling pressure was put
on the cotton market today ; price?
h*W their ow* fairly well and the
close wa? at a net loss of only 4 to 5
pointe. At the lowest of the day price?
Wera ? to 7, points down.
[ Exports were small, only 1,046 bales
tram all United States ports, and
aotaewhitt fess inquiry ?na reported
fer ?.pot?, bat there waa not enough
Selling at any time lo bring atout a
renounced break. J^A?
- The census report of consumption
raa a stimulating influence since the
ailing off during December in thia
ountry was pat at lees than ?,000
.les, compared with the same month
n 1013. Bulls also called attention to
he figures showing stocka of cotton
t mills to he almost 400,000 bales
maller than they were a year ago,
Spot cotton quiet. Sales on the spot
00 bales; to arrive 3,040.
Cotton futures closing.
January 7.60; March 7.77; May 8.00;
Faly 8.21; October 8.49.
LIVERPOOL, Jan. 14.-Cotton, spot,
asier: good middling 5.15; middling
.81; low middling 4.34. Sales 8,000;
peculation and export SOO. Receipts
Futures* steady. May-June 4.42 1-2;
uly-August 4 68 l-2;,Oetober-Nov<m>
?r 4.78 1-2; January-Febvuary 4.83.
NSW iO??K, ?su. 14.--Canton flan*
tels for fall were today priced from
1-2 to 2 1-2 cents a yard below last
ear. Large additional orders for unl
orta cloths for war purposes were
ecelved by men's wear mills..
? CHICAGO. Jan. 14.-~Wheat i umped
oday tv virtually Iff canta a bushel
ilgh?r than lest Monday's htgh re
,>rd. At the summit tho May options
irougbt $1.43 3-8. A price not equalled
rvavaaav--aa? av?? Mwmt m. casa? iriHuu i
caa that exportero wanted more
r&oat than they could buy In Anuir?
an markets. Peeling was mach unset
led at the close, whick varied frota
h* arme aa tact night to 202 1-8 a
mane! ap. Cora finished unchanged to
. sixteenth up, oats at a gain of 1-4
1 3-S sad provisions down 5 to 12.
Grain sud- provisions closed
meat: May W.? S-S: ???y #1.26 .7-8. 1
Cora, May 74 7-8; July ?6 3-8.
O***, May 65 1-2; Joly 63 1-8.
' Cash grain :
Wheat* No. 2 red, 31.40 email@example.com 7-8,
No. 2 hard. $1.40 1*201.43 3-8.
Corn, No. 2 yellow. 70?7i.
Data, standard. 63*91-2.
CHICAGO. Jan. 14.-Hogs lower.
Balk $6.60@?.80; light -$6.6006.86;
mixed $6.66?6.85; henry $??098.86;
rough $6.50?6.60; pigs $5.2506.80.
Cattle firm Native steers $6.66?0.60.
Sheep weak. Sheep $6.7006.40;
yearlings $6 7007.50; lambs $6.75?
OOOOOOOOoOO o o o o o o o o
o ANDI B80N VILLE HAPPENINGS O
o . a
O O O O o o O O OOOOOOOOOOO
Mrs. M. E. Shaw and daughter. Lois,
spent the week-end with her daughter,
Mrs. Annie Maxwell, of Hart county.
Ga. Mrs. Josephine Neme and Miss
Needs Shaw of Greenville are visit
ing relatives here.
m?i*. C??i? C?U? Stain ?m? r?iUju?*
home after a wch's visit with her
mother in Greenville.
Mrs. Gertrudi ??TOW? Ti?dfcM *?r
cousin, Mrs. Rula Wright/ rvbently.
Mrs. Janie C. Smith has returned
home after ?f. visit tb her grandson,
Mr. A. 1*. gnaw.
Mr. Elvin ?nd Hobson Shaw were
shopping in Andersen last week.
We are sorry to state Mr. Walker
Saunders is very ill at thia writing
Iwnltityphoid . fever.
Mr?. B. F^ Wright, was ?ie guest
ts. shaw test *.??K.
Mrs. Alice Wright wak visiting her
daughter, Mrs. Bessie Jones, last Sun
Fr. James Harrison of O'Ceuee
county ls ia our midst.
Mr. Mack Baneon caught a cracker
jack 'possum Friday night.
Mr. Jim Srawford of Anderson re
cently moved to Hart county, Oa. We
-?"fBsd} Lois Shaw waa vlMlng her
Uster, Mrs. A. R. Brown, recently.
Mr.' Henry T. 8baw wa? visiting In
Seorgta last week .
Mrs. L. ?. Wright Je. onJ&e. sick
1st nt this writing
? CHEDDAR NEV'S o
The installation of the officers of
tfaesoitt Tribe Mo. 86 I. O. O. F., will
ake place at Cheddar school boase
>n Friday night, January loth, at 7
j'clockv Brother Jobs M. Daniels of
Ireenville will visit the tribe here and
>fflclate in the installation of officers,
fhe meeting will be public and all
?other Red Men and the public In
pmera! are Invited to be present.
Mrs. John Ellison bas been quite Ul
for the past week.
Messrs. Lewis and Callie Mahaff?y
toT Misses Sffle Mah*ffey, ?^tO*
Bessie Danby spent a few days of
last week In Greenville.,
Tho Misses Danby, who have .bs?n
f??StS of Miss mBU*ucy uuiiug tuc
Holidays, returned to their nonie near
Hones Path a few days ago.
Mr. and Mri. Nosh jriaR'iM
ruests of the latter's brother, Mr. Bob
Bryant, OB Saturday sight and Sun
Tho young people of Cedar Grove
ure requested to meet at the church
x* next Sunday afternoon for the
Ktrpodo of electing officers .foi- a V.
AT. A. organtsaUon.
For every; ache and pain ls ? reta
blo remedy. You can oura the diffi
culty U^ye* n?sV ;M?''wdi?< i*k%Wgt:
With wisdom. ? losy, torpid, sluggish
liver lg, wUhont a douoL responsible
for moro aches adc pains thanr^Mf.
othef thing, for to it we trace eon Pu
pation, biliousness, indigestion, heed*
?Re -La. T?
knocks al 1 these out by going right to
the bottom of the difficulty-the ?ver
-and 'orm ther* (strengthens tba nu?,
tiro Bjatetn. A trial proves lt
60 conto and $1.00 ncr botte st your
Manufactured end Guaranteed by
BAurttAi-HUWlsN U?8?NKHH COLLEGE, '.WMMMBBSJ
Columbia, S. C.
Please send mo fall particulars of cours?e In boaikseping, bank!
nanahlp, shorthand and typewriting.
,1 am Interested and expect to take a course is the near futures
Yours for business.