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E. WILLIES, G. P. A.
I lie World comes lo A
every morning O?
New York Cotton
NEW YORK, Ja?. 18.-An active
general boring movement sent. tile
cotton market here to new I Igh
ground for the season during today's
trading with May contracts aelltug st
8.90 or $8.25 per bale above the low
level of laat month. The close was
firm In spite of heavy realising, the
last prices showing net gains of from
32 to 34 points for tb? dsy.
The opening wss firm at an advance
of 12 to .16 points in response to the
continued strength of Liverpool. Pri
vate cables attributed the advance
there to covering.and trade buying
and houses with Liverpool connection
were heavy buyers around tho local
ring. There was heavy realizing and
some local selling for a reaction, but
offerings were readily absorbed and
the market ruled genrally strong.
The failure of southern offerings to
become heavy enough to suggest any
general disposition to hedge spot sup
plies evidently inspired Increased
confidence on the bull side and trade
Interests as well as commission
douse? were active buyers on the ad
vance which carried the active months
32 to 38 points above Saturday's clos
ing figures. s
Spot cotton steady; middling up
lands 8.50; Quit 8.76. No sales.
Cotton futures closed firm.
Open. High. Low. CIOHO.
Jsnuary.8.18 8.37 8,18 8.38
May.8. OS 8.90 8.66 8.88
July .. .. .. 8.87 9.07 8.84 9.06
October .. ..9.06 9.29 9.06 9.28
New Orleans Cotton
NEW ORLEANS Jan. 18.-On the
firmest market in many months cot
ton today advanced 32 to 88 points,
closing at the top'. Prices of all op
tions made nea high records for tho
?anson and October touched 9.60.
There wak much realising of profits
on the long side at the advance," but
all offerings were quickly absorbed
ind brokers found difficulty In-meet
ing the demand.
Buying nt times was' general. Shorts
covered against further losses, spot
houses were heavy buyers, western
traders were in .the market for large
lots and ft largo business wa? done
for German account. Reports of
heavy calling of cotton by English
spinners, Complaints from
Liverpool that the sbnth was
offering iittlo cotton and telegrams
from sever*! coitions ot the belt stat
ing that snot boi&trs bad assumed
sn Independent attitude stimulated
Futures pries have now recovered
from 125 to IF? points from the lowest
levels to which they were sent Ly th.
war. Bulk today fully predicted 10
cent cotton In the near future.
Spot cotton firm. Sales on the
spot 2.800, to arrive 2,960. '
Cotton futures closing:
V\nuarv,8.!2; March 8.31; May 8.56;
:~*f 8.7% October 9.06.
r+^i*??% CA?.^ fy??
NEW YORK. Jan. 18.-Cotton soe?T
oil today had a good advance early ab
the strong crude situation and In sym
pathy with the higher lard and cotton
harket* but reacted later under pro
flt taking. The close wea generally
? to 10 points net'higher. Sales 19,
The markets closed Irregular. Spot
tu* January. 8.700890: February
6.8006,82 ? March ?.8506.87 j April
8.9706.99; May 7,0607.09; June 7.14
OlSO; July 7,i??7.27; August 7.84
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ed in Anderson county
FUL L and Complete A*
reports, it also carries i
ington and Columbia C
servite, together with &
local news service, thus
readbra of ALL the new
LIVERPOOL, Jilli. 18.--Cotton, spot
Arm. Cood middling 6.S2; middling
5.00; low middling 4.53; sales 7.000;
speculation and export 700. Receipt?
Futures very steady. May-June
4.87; July-August 4.1)31-2; October
November 5.03; January-February
CHICAGO, Jan. 18.-Announcement
of a decrease of nearly four rall lion
bushels In the United States visible
supply of wheat tended to act as more
than an offset today for the bearisli
effect of the federsl Inquiries and ol
talk regarding a possible embargo oe
exports. Prices closes unsettled? bnl
1-2 to 3-4 of a cent above mst Satur
Wheat embargo talk had consider'
sble to do with lifting corn today tc
the highest January price In more
than 20 years with the market finish
ing 1 1-2? 1 B-8c above Saturday
night. Oats gained a shade to 3-8c
ind provslona 12 l-2@lCc to 22 l-2c.
Grain and provisions closed:
July. 79 3-4
JUly.. 53 3-4
Cash grain: Wheat, No. 2 red, 1.4C
1-2?P1.43 1-4; No. 2 hard, 1.4001.4?
1-4. . >...-'
Corn, No. 2 yellow. 72 3-4(0)73 1-2
Oats, standard,.63 3-8?l-2.
NEW YORK. Jan. 18.-Cotton goods
were stronger and RV? active today
A? few lines of wc??ced dress good?
were opened for fall "without ab)
change in prico. Varnn were quiet
Jobbers bought quite lpjerally.
CHICAGO. Jan. 18.-Hogs unset
tled. Bulk 6: ?0O7-10; light 6.75?
7.10; mixed ?.7007.10; heavy 0.60?
7.06; rought 6.50?6.65; pigs 6.40C
Cattle Arm. Native steers 6.6641
9.40; cows and helfqas^S.2508.10;
Sheep Arm. Sheep 5.60?6.25;
awn .'uga 6.60O7.30; lambs 6.75(0]
3 XL INCREASE
IN FARM ANIMALS
tlgcfrea Announced by Depart
ment of Agriculture Show In
crease of i.a Far Cent.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 18.-Farm ant
mala in the United States on Januar!
1 were Valuad at1 $6,*69,2&3.ooo. ai
Increase of $78.024,000. or 1.3 per cen
over their value January 1,191?. ac
cording to figur?e announced todaj
by the department nf agriculture.
Horses numbered 2i,ii??,Crt?. na in
crsaae of 1.1 per dent, over last year
were valued at $163.83 per bead an<
their aggregate value waa $2.190.102,
: Mules numbered 4,479.000, an in
orease of 0.7 per cent; were value?
at $112.38 per head and aggregated
8508.271.000 In Talga.
Milch cows numbered 21,262,000, an
increase of 2.5 per dent ; were valued
at $56.88 per bead with an aggregate
value of $1,176,188,000.
Other cattle numbered 37,067,000,
an Increase of 8.4 per cent; were val
ued at $33.38 per head with an aggre
gate value of $1,237,376,000.
Sheep numbered 49.966,000, an In
crease of 9.5 per cent; were valued at
$4.50 per head with an aggregate
value of $224,687,000.
Swine numbered 64,618,006. an in
crease of 9.6 per cent; were valued at
$9.87 per bead with an aggregate
value of $637,479,000.
ONLY OF THE BABY
Grave Look Worn Since Wife's
Death Supplanted by Smile
Over Arrical of Granchild.
(By Aj?ori?Ud Pre?.)
WASHINGTON, Jan. 18.-President j
Wilson's tal ku with callers today cen
tered mainly about the new White
House arrival, bis first grandchild, the j
son of Mr. and Mrs. Francis B. Sayro.
Thousands of congratulatory mes
sages and many presents arrived.
The grave look Mr. Wilson has I
worn since his wife's death war aup- j
planted by a broad sm'le.
Dr. C. T. Grayson, tM White House
physician, reported toni*!-, that both
Mrs. Sayre and the baby wer0 pro
gressing favorably. The baby was de
scribed >M being a perfectly propor
tioned- boy with blue eyes and light I
bair. > ' "
Major Eitert M. Bacon, of Houston,
T?xe>?, who wea baptized by the late I
Mrs. Wilson's, grandfather, was one j
of the tlrst to congratulate the Presi
dent today. .
CO-OPERATE WITH GOVERNMENT
People of Avcssano Beginning to Show
Personal Initiative. -
tBy AMOcUUd Pre?)
AVEZZANO, Jan I8.r-Tlie people of
Avezzano at last are*beginning to show
personal initiative and are cooperat
ing with government' representatives,
the Red Cross and rosene workers In
Ute ruins wrought by the recent earth
Several members of the ch?~nb*.' of
deputier/ who have arrived in the dis
trict are organ!sing-relief and direct
ing rescue work. They are working
Side by side with laborers.
Deputy Blssolati. the Socialist lead
er, ascended today with a. party to j
tho village of Rend (nara, 1,20 feet up ]
tho mountainside. The village which
rested on a crag like an eagle's nest,
waa destroyed. The 'church collapsed
while it waa filled with worshippers.
The deputy and his'men delved Into
the wreckage and reamed a number of
persons. Those who were injured were
Sven first aid treatment and.., then
ken on improvised,! stretchers or
anon the backs of-sturdy men to n
kMgnor Coman?!: il hau peasants In
dicate the loca: ion s of former grocerv
st?rte. He had a squad of r??<? dig
tn*? the%? mino, until tho .?tecks ot
gooda wore uncovered.. These were dlsT
tributed despite objections by some
of the shopkeepers.. The deputy then
built an oven in which he baked bread
for the people. ?] ti^. -'..
At Magliano-dl-Marel the vice mayor
of tha town objected to his land being j
nsed as a camping place. Deputy Vlg
noli violently upbraided bim, threat
ening that ?.f the official persisted in
bis refusal to permit the pr opie to oc
cupy his land he would have him Jail
ed. The frightened official gava bte
consent for the people u> remain en
camped where they were.
Retest te Suspens ? ?lee.
WASHINGTON, Jan; 18.- The senate
today refused hy a vote of 40 to 38
to suspend the rules in order to admit
aa a rider to Ute District of Colnpmbla
Appropriation bill Senator Sheppard's
amendment to establish absolute pro
hibition in 'he District. A two-thirds
majority was necessary to suspend the
A person said to us
the other day;
"1 don't use the clas
sified ads. because
they're sb small ii?bod:
Would see my ad.'0
Big city dailies print
s?&eral pages of want
ads. The people read
i .tm. - . ? . ...k.......
Then how much bet
ter the people of our
town read tr?e ads. iii
this paper, where they!
confused by a
Aft Yon Ps^ud 4 Yoer Tew '
sud ol Y?br fiosltftss? te??
THEN ADVERTISE Yi
BM* voa Sko?a, SttRdet
of War Gun? for Autan*, j
t^LaMfwKJ - t^m Hf
Baron von Skoda ls to Austria what
the Krupp works are to Germany.-In 1
(act, many of his guns were used In '
the German army at the beginning of 1
the war. It has been learned since 1
the tremendous campaign against 1
Liege and Namur startled the world
that these supposedly stronr ?b**tn- >
cations were not taken- by Krupp
gunB. as was at first belt ived. The
Germans did nut have their Krupp I
guns ready, and they used the lighter
yon Skoda guns, which beat the fortl- ?
fient ions to pieces within three days'
after they began work.
WEATHER I'LA YS
? ? ? -O .
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE.)
probably because cf the unfavorable
weather conditions, which hate pre
vailed for some w-jeks, but the Rus
sian statements tell ot smalt engage
ments at certain joints al cn? the
trenches which inclcilo preparedness
on both sides to take advantage of any
ope * ?i; * that offers. !
It ?.alicia the Austrians have sue-',
ct? '-c-i. east of Zakllcayn, in forcing
Ihc Russians to evacuate thoir trench
es for several wiles.
No further word has been received
regarding Russian operations in Klr
ilbaba Pass, through which they ex-i
pected to carry their aggressive cam
paign into Hungary, hut Vienna re
ports that in the Carpathians only
patrol skirmishes have occurred.
Prussian losses in the war aa dis- i
closed in 136 list*, according td a
Vienna dispatch, number 877,107. The I
Austrian losses, not Including those ot
the last two months, according to the
earns authority, number nearly 284.000
tn, k?;'.e?, wounded and prisoners.
Greet Britain has promulgated reg- !
ulatlOiis for the conservation ot Brit
ish capital. Issues ot capital or par
ticipation In Issues for undertakings
outside the empire are prohibited. It
is explained th?t "all eose'derationc
must , be subordinated to the para- I
! mount necessity of husbanding the fi
nancial resources of the country with
a view to the successful prosecution
of the war." i
LONDON, Jan. 18.-VThe German of-j
letal Tvport% ow Uaoto et reference -
o Boissons, th? s?eoe of the teceei
narked Germen success, and the
Frenen.statement that there han been
io chongo la that tfegteb leads to the
>eltef that a renewal of the violent
struggle la Impending, the temporary
inlet being doe to the fact that neith
er side earea to rink an offensive ia
the present circumstance*.
At widely eeparr* points else
where in the west t. ?ve been en
gagements, but thc again is
playing an importa. .art. The
norm in .Belgium pr?venu operations,,
?xcept artillery duela; and snow tn the
ifoeges, at the other extremity of the
line, makes attacks exceedingly dim-'
In the Argonne, however, fighting
[a slmost continuous, and each side
claims minor successes. For the time
teing the Germana seem to be more
in the offensiv)? than the defensive.
The German reports of all the eaut
iTn operations are brief but these of
the Kuselana are more in detail, and
it is believed the Russians again men-'
ice East Prussia and Posen.
The Turks, according to reports,
dave been dealt another staggering
blow-after their determined stand In
the snow at Kara Urgan tn the Cau
casus. _ They are fighting rear guard
actions, bat are being pressed back in
ilsorder toward. Erserum.
The Turkish garrison at Od r?ano
sle, th? partial withdrawal of which
was previously reported, has now
completely withdrawn, according to
sn Athens dispatch, which gives no
The London papers print a foocast
appearing in the Paris Figaro that
Italy. Greece, Rumania and Bulgaria
will lola t!>e Allies, but. there ls noth
ing moro definite 'relative to this turo
of affairs than there waa a fortnight
REVENUE CUTTERS j
SAVE 476 LIVES
Gave Assistance to 210 Vessels!
During Year Which Ended
June 30 Last.
(By AwoeUted IM)
WASHINGTON, Jan. 18.-Revenue
Butters ot the United filetea saved 47C
lives and gave assistance td 210 ves
sels valued, witta their cargoes, at
oro than $9,000,000 during the fiscal,
/ear which ended June SO last, ac
cording to a report today to congress1
by Commandant E. P. Bertbolf. Fori
avery dollar expended by the service j
lt aided in saving property worth]
Commandant Bertbolf argea con
gress to appropriate ?350,000 for a]
new cutter for the California coast,
$110,000 for au anchorage patrol
boat for use In New York harbor, and
$350,000 for a vessel for duty on the'
The vkOpoiOUSent ot 21
liv* fiscal year* lal*-ls
Instead of 14 as at pr?tent ??f
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Ko. M. ...J*#*?**
No. S?... .-rr.l?sOfl a. st.
No, 84. .lll?ta.*.
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Pija et taree,
No. 84.JJtW A. a?.
No, SS .*?Pp*2?
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Uee a ?ttte extra motaev to
&^ adraba jo* now?
Do yoa otra gomitfei^ j>oa no
longer *>* bm ?MA F* - <aU
at . r>*rc*iB prk* v * ?aw
at caoa-to some otto ark*
?i Aa JrTTELUOfiNCEiR Want!
WE BUY AND SELL DEBTS
lt abyone owes you moneyfuralai
as aa itemised written sUt?a?ent?ot
the account. ?
WE GET THE MONEY
If you owe anyone money, we Wm
help yob pay th?, debt b:- : ;i
Oar Sits** **** ineb?
Our "Indian" will cali o? alow pay
era abd collect bad oeots.
That ia his business*.
MUTUAL LOCOM?AN i
ios i-i w. "totem &t
Anderson, 8. c.
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