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WANTED EGGS-We carry a full
lind of honest poultry HiipplleB
Our phone number 1? 464-Our
terms are cash-We will deliver
You must help your hen now lt you
want maximum egg production.
WANTED-Sewing of all, or any kind,
Sewing by the day, hour or week.
Will cut, draft and make shirts,
dresses, coats and suits to measure.
Work quickly and neatly done. Mrs.
Belle Erskine Pruitt, No. 411 North
WANTED-Clean cotton rags.
telUjencer Job. Printing
FOR SALE-Poultry supplies, bone
aaeal. Darling's Beef scraps, Oys
ter Shells, Charcoal, Rock Lime and
Smith's baying Masb; properly used
w|il positively increase egg produc
tion. Forman Smith, Seedsman,
as for light house keeping, one
0k from square on South Main
Street. Apply L. H. Beel, Jr., Red
cross Drua co.~i-i?-3t
w|?CH REPAIRING AK F.NGR?V
log. Old watches made good as
hew. Letter and ornamental en
graving. . Monograms from 25c to
$10.00. A. C. Boykln at Kay Bros*.
BUT PEAS and pay faa cash,
funaaa oa??th-Seedata?. Paoae
?N. UKRXFXOIXil detained down
luncbeor^ you cannot dd
um ?<*b tn bera A light
a substantial meal. Cuisine
;**rv*ce a K. and pri?es Just ea
ire na our toad. The . Lunch
iS-rWcgon and Buggy poles new
r second band. Paul M. Stepbens, j;
city-kee* 'em movtur. Fresh i
?de. oranges, craps fruit, sp
it banana*, wholesale and re- i
. J. K. Manoa. Phone 323.-dtf.
FOR SALB seversl dosen
tomatoes at $1.00 per
atrina;, beana at $1.10 per
dessert peaches without
at. $1.15 per dozen, desert
lea heavily sugared (1-4 pound
r io can) 42,25 per dp??n. B.
FftlfR tifrlftf '.?Alt FRANCISCO
The Southern.Woman's Magazine is
offering a trip to. the Panoaia-Pacl?e
Exposition with all expenses paid by
them. Full information will be sent
om request. Write Manager Expedi
tion Tour, Southern Woman's Maga
sin?. Nashville. Tenn.
G IN GOO? CONDITION
pie Suffer from Indigestion
?tinn and'do not know it.
tan and languid
? the month, heud
st tit " those
ire not. sick,
. su be traced
_ and torpid liver.
Cathartic -tableta Cleanse the
liver, baulah in
CI^?M^ ^SOUl AT PUB
baflulng buown as the CITY
near the city Hair
at pcolie outcry to the
it ot the City
dato ot sata.
: abd Treasurer.
**. GRIPP K
ima 21 cents, Three Time? 60 cents,
e words promts Cor each additional
be med in a month made on appii
than 26 cents, cash in ul ran ce.
phone directory ron can telephone
be malled after ita insertion for
SAGE, A JUIS UFE
Ai COLOR IN HAIR
Don't Stay Gray! lt Harken? Ho
Naturally That Nobdy t an
You can turn gray, faded ltair beau
tifully dark and lustrous almost over
night if you'll get a 60 cent bottle of
"Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Com
pound" at any drug store. Millions of
bottles of tbla old. famous Sage Tea
Recipe are sold annually, says a well
known druggist here, because lt dark
ana the hair so' naturally and evenly
that no one can tell lt has been ap
Those whose hair is turning gray,
becoming faded, dry, scraggly and
thin have, a surprise awaiting them,
because after one or two applications
the gray hair vanishes and your locks
become luxurianty dark and' beautiful
-all dandruff goes, scalp itching and
falling hair stops.
This is the age of youth. Gray-haired
unattractive folk?, aren't wanted
around,' so get onay with ? Wyeth's
Sage :ond Sulphur tonight and you'll
be delighted with your dark, hand
some hair and your youthful appear
ance within a few days.
The Day Ia Congress
. ~- : .
WASHINGTON, Jan. 18.--8ENATE:
Refused by vote of 40. to . 38 to sus
pend, rules for consideration of prohi
bition rifler on District ot Columbia
Committee resumed work on bill to
enlarge self government of Philp
Passed District of Columbia appro
priation bill, carrying about $12,000,
Government ship purchase bill j
nade unfinished business. *
Recessed at 6:11 p.-ni. to ll a. m.
. HOUSE. Passed bi!', ..authorizing j
?ale of present', poetofnco. and. site at
Jersey City. N. J., for no.t Jess .than
Secretary Lane submitted supple- ]
uontary estimate of $68,750 for ad
ministration of Yellowstone National
Passed senate bill, to reform censu
Passed senate bill ta create the j
Rocky Mountain national park.
Committee hearings on bill for fed
Ural inspection of cold, storage plants
Passed bill to provide for stock
Postoffice 'committee took ap Lewis j
lill for government acquisition of tel
Adjourned at 6:20 p. m. to ll a!" m.
THIS IS A BAD MONTH.
The indoor life jf winter, with lack I
if outdoor exercise, puts a heavy load j
m kidneys. Nearly everybody surfers]
rom rheumatism, backache, pain ia
?Ides and back, kidney and bladder
illments. A backache may,not mean
my thing ser louts, but lt certainly does
mt mean anything good. It's better
o be on the safe side and take Foley
Cidney Pills to strengthen and In
rigorate the kidneys Ibid help them
lo* their work They help rid the
riood of acids and poisons. 8o1d by
rbis old tins skill healer ia
need jut like any
Sulphur, says a renowned dermatol
>g??*- just common b*ld?aulphur made
ma? a thick cr?ant will soothe sad h??
lbs skia when irritated sad broken oat
iv i th Eczema or any. lora of eruption.
The uwmcet it ia applied ?11. itching
r?*** J*l*wo or tare? applica
tion? the E?wm* disappear*, fesvrag tie
dcip clear ?ir.d .smooth.
He tous Tftwim'eT sufferer* to gea- from
?ny good pharmacy sn ounce of bold
mlpbur and apply lt te the irritated
parts tko name aa yen would ?ny celd
sr Mt ra.
Fer many veer? commet? bold-sulphur
lum occupied' ? ?ecirre position in las
?Sestkms by reason of rta parasite-de- i
?'?w, ww mtfn nmtprpmKti, ?ali
*ptic Mid rei-.ai batty feealitajr ia ?11
Irritable and inuammatory eowlition* of
^ oft** yes? leter beear?
say eruption ?gala sebeare op ib? skis.
AT COTTON MILLS OF -AN
DERSON ON EDUCATION.
FIRST LAST NIGHT
'Touring in North India" Subject
of First Lecture Given at Orr
A coures of illustrated, religious,
educational lectures on Chiua, India,
Africa and other heathen countries of
the earth IR to bc given for the benefit
of the operative? of all the cotton
milln of Anderson, according to an an
nouncement from I). H. Minims, as
sistant secretary o?,the Y. M. C. A..
who lian charge of^frnc extension work
of the organlzuti?n. These lectures
will b<> given under the auspices of
the extension department of the Y.
M. C. A.
The first lecture of the series was
given last night at thc Orr Mills au
ditorium, and. despite the inclemen
cy of the* weather, a large number of
people were out for the entertain
ment. The subject of the lecture lust
night was "Touring in North India."
This same lecture will be given at
the other mills of Anderson. When
that one has been finished another
subject will be taken up, and this lec
ture given at all the mills. Lectures
will be given almost every night of
each week from now until March 1.
The schedule of the lectures will be
announced later by those in charge of
These lectures are said to be quite
entertaining and enlightening. Each
lecture, which comes prepared and
ready for reading to the audience, is
accompanied by a large collection of
interesting magic lantern Slides,
showing scenes in the country with
which the lecture deals.
o OAK HILL SCHOOL o
PIEDMONT. S. C.. Jan. 16.-As this
ls my first attempt to write, I will tell
where our school ls located.' It is fonr
miles north of Piedmont and one mlle
west of Saluda River, in Anderson
county, on the Elrod rood (aa ls ls
We operfed school again Monday,
?fan. 4th. after a two weeks' vacation
Twenty-seven new pupils have been
enrolled since then, which makes a
total of seventy-four on roll lu the
two -rooms. . *
I am ?lad to see so many boys and
girls attending school. I think that lt
ts the proper place for every boy and
girl to be?.
Miss Ruby Baker bi my teacher. 1
think uhe ls the best teacher we have
had In some time. She tries so hard
to make our studies Interesting *
us. Ali of the boys and girls like her
Miss Ettie Msudox ia our assistant
teacher, and we are all proud of her.
She is netting along fine with her lit
Clifton Richey is my desk-mate. I
like to alt with him and I thieve
he likes to sit with me. .We are in
the eighth grade and there are no
more In the class, so we have a splen
did time ttudylng together. ?
We Have planned a real program
for the 19th of January. As we all
know, that ls Robert E. Lee's birth
dey, and I think it should be observed
In all Benooka.
We have been talking about Field's
Day, but haven't done very much in
the; way of practicing yet. but hope
we will all be in the ring-for that dav.
Misa Maggie Carlington, the rural
supervisor. viBlted our school last
Tuesday and made an interesting talk
and we hope she will come again.
I hope to sca this letter In print for
1 want the readers of The Intelligen
cer to know what a large school we
have at Oak rilli. I believe we are
getting along better th?* term than
"Death of IataaL
The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. -
T. Land ot .32* West End .avenue, died
Saturday evening at 8 o'clock. The
funeral services were held Sunday af
ternoon. Interment was et 8iU?er
' iiT-?r n r ?r^frT r , '
fui p?5?pie tnafe? it a
habit to read our clas
These aoW are mon
ey savers and money
Keep your ey<5$ on
them. .: ;.
This is the lirst photograph of tho
urrency reserve board in session
nd doing business, lt ls perhaps
hie mont Important body of the kind
Calls For Ass
RELIEF ASSOCIATION STILL
LENDING HELPING HAND
TO THOSE DOWN AND
brough Effort? of Organization
A Family. Have Been Kept
From Being Scattered Here
'.. >" it
The halt sufi th*- blind, the aged,
iflrm. th A oov?Tty stricken, the un*
mptoyed, tho* vletl^'of''disease,- the
sgged and the 'b?r?fdbted. the hun
ry, the densely ignorant, and others
rhose paths ' have ' been beset by
lorna of misfortune, that have pr?ck
A and goaded until life was robbed
t the small measure or sunshine that
Dines Into it. at best, continue to
ilse their voices in distress at the
oors of the Anderson Relief Asso
atlan. And, thjs organization, with
io limited means at hand, is doing
haf. it can to hoi?.,these unfortun
es, going before and making the
>ugh places' smooth.
Children Are Placed.
General Secretary Burnett of tho
ellet* Association was happy to an
Dunce yesterday that'the four little
otherless children who were brought
?re some days ago from Belton will
at be separated one from another or
om the father, who appeared almost
sartbroken when it seemed at first
lat his children would have to be
laced here and there In homes about
ie country, leaving him to go and
ill for himself elsewhere, probably
>parated from his children forever,
ame days ago the father took three
illdren to the home of a. relative near
avonia,'Ga., whose wife was a sister
[ the children's mother,,. The fourth
id youngest child was placed tem.
>f*rlly in the borne of Mr. and Mrs.
untreu ot this city. Sunday there
> pear ed at'the home of Mr. "Burnett
ils gentlemen from ,]L*vonIa who is a
dativo end brother-in-law or the
ther of the four motherless chll
ren. Thia man stated thut bo waa
?tag to take the three children and
id come to Anderson to get tho
urth one. He also announced tho*.
? .was going to give tho children's
ther .work on his tarm. thus k*??p~
ig the family together. The oh*, man.
ho was a kindly disposed sOul, took
ie Infant and left on a late train for
s home Iq Georgia.
Nobody Wants Him.
The Relief Association yesterday
ornlng had a request for help from
negro boy Of Borne '40 years of ?ge,
ho has been unable to work for tho
tat three yearj or? account of a wast
ig disease. The bojr Jmd been living
ito.* relativ? whe^ff tfoant on. the
IRLS! BE??TSF?L OHA
ry Thia! Doubles beauty of
your hair and elope it
Your ba'r becomes light, wavy,
uffy. abundant and appears no soft, [
l?trous and beautiful as a young
rl's after a "i)ar<dr.r?u? bair
cans." Just trv thia-motF.ten a
otb with a little Dwnderlne and
" Hy draw it through your hair,
one sinai! i?trand at a time,
will cleanse the hair of dust,
and excessive oil and In Ju? u
rirst Photograph of the
in the federal government, fer lt has
I control of all the national* banks.
The memhera shown here are UB
follows: .William G. Mc?doo. Hecre
To Be Heard
farm of a well known planter of the
county. This landlord, lt is- stated,
had told the boy's relative that the boy
would have to get off the place.-" The
boy then came to town 'and went, to
the home , of his father, but the father
would not receive him. The . Relief
Association will have the boy examin
ed by a local physician, to determine
I his condition and If he is a fit subject
I for the county ? home.
Here There Is Age.
The attention of the association has
been called to thc case of a negro
family. There is an infirm woman,'87
years of age, who has a 40-years old
daughter, who ls paralyzed. The lat
ter has three small children. The fam
ily have been taken care of by negroes
of the community in which they live,
while their landlord, who ls also ' a
negro, has been very, generous with
regard to the house rent. The asso
ciation officials have furnished cloth
ing for the family and have secured
wot* .for. .the.'eldest, child, who is,
Bdme 12 years of age.
Need Old Clothe*.
As the result bf an article In Thc
Intelligencer some days ago stating
that the association was in need of
old clothing for people who are with
out a sufficient quantity to ' protect
them from the cold, the association
has received a large quantity of old
suits, dresses, shoes ana oilier articles
Of dreBs. General Secretary Burnett
stated "yesterday that the association
can use more clothing, and especially
In speaking of the work, Secretary
Burnett stated that he desired thc
public to know that assistance is not
given indlscrlmately, but each call for
help ls thoroughly investigated b yr~
1 table parties. Where applicants ai?
member^ of churches or churchgoers,
the secretary bas the pastors to In
vestigate the cases. Where applicants
have. no pastors, their cases are In
vestigated hy responsible white or
FIVE CENTS PROVES IT
A Generous Offer, Cut out this
d.. enclose with 5 cents to Foley &
?Co.. Chicago, 111., writing your name
Hand address plainly and receive a free
?trial package containing Foley's
?Roney and Tar Compound, for coughs,
?colds and croup; Foley Kidney Pille,
^for kidney and bladder' complaints,
backache, pains In joints, rheums
?tlfsm;; and Foley CaVhsVtte Tablets,
wholesome and thoroughly cleans
ing cathartic-try all three for 6
cents, the cost of mailing. Sold by
MRS. M. M. TANNERYyHEAB
Funerul Service* Will Re Held Near
Seneca This Afternoon.
Mrs. Margaret Mallison Tamtnery.
aged -75 years, dior, Monday morning
at 1 o'clock at the home Of her sob,
Samuel Tammery. R48 Tribble street
The body will bo taken to Seneca,
this morning and the funeral services
will he held thl* afternoon at Return
church. The. funeral arrangements
are In Charge of G;. F. Tully & Sou.
-25 GESTS m&m
few. moment? you have doubled the S
beauty of your hair. I
Resides beautifying the hair at 1
once, benderine dissolves every par- }
tide of dandruff; cleanse, purifies and
invigorates Ute scalp, forever ?top- f
miitching1 and falling hair.
Bat what will ploase yon nott will
be after a few.weeks4 nee when yon n
will actually see new hajW-nne. and c
downy at first-yes-bul really new g
hair growing all over the scalp. U h,
yo? care for pretty, soft hair and lots o
or it surely get a 25 cent bettie of a
Krowrton's Benderine from soy itrug- h
gist or toilet counter, abd jost try it. jo
urrency Reserve Board
tary of the treasury and cx-ofllcio
member of the board, on thc extreme
left; then John Skelton Williams,
comptroller of the. currency and also
?-.x-ollieio a member; j and around
For Second Week ol General
Sessions Court Which Con
venes Febraary 1.
Petit jurors for tbe. second week of
the winter term of the court of gen
eral sessions, which will be convened
here February 1. with Judge. Frank
Gary of Abbeville, on the bench, were
drawn yesterday by the Jury commis
sioners. First week Jurors, who were
drawn some days ago, will report for
duty Monday. February 1. Tho sec
ond week jurors will report for duty
Monday, February 8.
The second week jurors drawn yes
terday are as follows:
W E. Kay, Varennes.
A. G. Means, Anderson.
B. Frank Hawkins. Martin.
C. W. Clement. Honea Path.
B. C. Young, Varennes.
G. W Cox. Honea Path
B. F. Whitaker, Garvin. ,
J. F, Llgon,. Corner.
S, A. Burris*, Kock-Milla.
J. T. McGukin. Savannah.
W. It, McCown, Rock Millay
K. E. Allgood. Brushy Creek.
J. M. Parker, Martin.
J. W. I.ollis, Honea Path.
Pleas Mahaffey, Fork.
J. A. Cely, Brushy Creok.
H. W. 8peers. Fprk.
D. C. Evatt, G..j v'n.
*. J. A. Du ncaa,, belton.
Walter Whitaker. Hall.
H. W. Hammond,. Pendleton. ?
J. A. Harris, Hopewell.
W. A. Gambrell, Pendleton.
A. 6. Masters, Varennes.
A. L. Drennan,.Cer*?r.
J. L. Branyon, Varennes.
Jacob Bollinger, Wilitaraston.
lt. E. Burrlss, Cen ter ville.
M. M. Bagwell, Wllliamston.
H. M. Geer. Anderson.
W. W. Sullivan, Anderson.
T. S. Cray ton, Anderson.
N. H. McKee, Brooda way.
. J. R. Harris. Pelton!
M. M. Campbell. Broada^way.
J. W. Yon, Savannah.
HG INCREASE IN
Census Bureau Announces Amount
of Cotton Seed Crushed and
WASHINGTON.. Jan. 18.-Cotton
ced from the crop of 1914 ?rusbed
HOT to January 1 amounted to 3.nf?5,_
55 tons compared with 3,012,685 tons
f the 1013 crop crushed to January
, 1914, and 4.787.802 tons from the
ntire 1913 crop, the censu?, bureau
Linters obtained to January l
mounted to 480338 bal?is compared ;
rlth :'97.974 bales to. January 1.
914. and 631.153 bales from the entire
Seed crushed and linters obtained
iy States follows:
Kate Seed Llators
irkao?-s.. .......154,467 35,?$*'
r?orlda. ;. 23.8?* -MT
?iasio?fl.. .. 42 '. 2.619
?ortn Carolina .. . .*/iS,46ft 20,720"
louth Carolina.. ..259,965 30.141
tennessee _ . .156>82 29.176
'll other States ..'
haaiberletaV Cava* Jt?naeiv--Tba
"I give 'Chamberlain's Cough Re
tedy io my children w?;en th?*y have
oWS' or cough;:.* e rr Mrs. Verne
uidcrgrlft. Pa. It always
them and is far superior to any
rough medican'I have used. I
anyone In need of such a med
iae to give it a trial." For sale
' all dealar?.
from left to right. Adolph C, Miller,
! F. ederlck C. Delttri?, Dr. H. Parker
; Willis, the secretary; W. P. G.'Hard
? ing. Paul Warburg, and Charlea S.
i Hamlin, the' governor* ot the board.
Most Old P?ople
The ?wears ot .years impairs j tho'
action o? Ute bowels. With ad
vancing, age 'people are . disposed
to restricted activity and exercise,
which is responsible for - tho con
Etipatcd condition of most old
folks. The digestive/organs .arc
more sensitive to thc demands
made upon them and rebel more
quickly-?- , - ,
A mild, effective remedy Jar con'
stipation, and one that IR especial
ly suited ?.o the needs of elderly
people, women and children, ls the
combination -of ' simple laxative
herbs with pepsin that .is sold in
drug stores under the name of Dr.
Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin. A freo
trial bottle can be obtained by
writing to Dr. W. B. Caldwell. 452
Washington St., Monticello, Ills.
W. C ll li ODE H. DE AD
Eighteen Year Old Sea of. Mr,
Mrs. J.. M. Rhodes.
willis Crayton Rhodes, the 18-ye?r
ohl-son of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Rhodes;
of Hopewell died .Monday morning at
8 o'clock after an illness of some five
months with heart disease.
The funeral services will be held
at Whitefield church this afternoon at
1 o'clock, conducted hy the Rev. W.
W. Leathers. The funeral arrange
ments are under the direction of G. F.
Tolly & Son.
SORE, TIRED FEET
Good-bye sore.feet, burning test, swol
len feet, oweatVfect, smelling feet, tired
Good-bye corns, callouses, bunions ao?
raw spots. No
jaw more shoe tight
?02/.-. r ness, ?e inore lfinp?
/^*^^k*w lng with pala or
W?\ W faea.. ip agony .
_??*tiMMSfc *yn&.y: draws out
Ail ito n^aoiMua
misery. Ah! how eomfotta&b j fur fett
fiel. Get a 25 nen* box of ??TIZ?. pow at
any druggist dr department store. Don't
suffer. Have good feet, glad f-r.i,
that notar swell, never hw ,t never get
tired. A yeaVe'fcoi~~c?m$'>rt guaranteed
or ir ..led.
CU ABLE jSTON-CHiC AGO SLEEPER'
Tbropgh PcJLann Steeping Car'Sdrt?^
. SOUTHERN RilLWAY.
Premier Carrier of the ??nth
Sffectlv? Sunday, November 22nd,
IS 14. Sleeper handled on
8 a. m. Lv. charleston Ar. t:4? p.
12:5?? p. m. -Lv Columbia Ax 4'.45 p. m.
a;30 p. m. Lv SpamnbUrg A r
7:80 p. m. LY A&evlite Ar 0;?? a ta.
t&jBSe. m. Lv Knoxville Lv 5:^0 a. m.
I I0:b5 a. m. Ar Cincinnati LT ?:J* a ar
9:00 p. m. Ar Chicago Lv g : 55 a. m.
Passengers from And^rcon and
Greenville territory will nAe coaneo
lions tar, leaving on trains Noe, 15
ito Greenville and 12 to Spsrta?*org
i and connecting there, with the Chica
go sleeper. .'.
In addition to the through sleeker to
I Chicago. Drawing Room Steeper.
[Standard Pullman Sleeper, Dn?ng
i ca* and through coach.
For full and complete tajOrina&oa,
[bfikete and pullman reeorr?Ucn ?all
ion any ticket agent, or write
W. E. Taber, T. P. A.. Greenville, ft
C., or W.?, Millee, A. G. P. A., Co!
atabla, fl. C.