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Weekly Cotton Report.
NRW YORK, Jan. 29.-Cotton has
been leas active during the paat week
with prices easing off some 30 to 40
pointa from the recent high records
under realising and scattering local
or Southern pre&Bure. Reporta of a
slackening .export demand and of free
Southern spot offerings have been ac
companied by a good deal of react
ionary talk In local circles and there
have been predictions that offerings
would become more urgent with the
approach of the planting season.
The census report showing a larg
er amount of cotton ginned for the
first half of January than expected
served to check the recent tendency
to reduce estimates of the condition
and probably shared some ot the
later heavy selling noted during the
earlier part of the week.
Investment buying developed on the
decline about $2 per bale, however,
with Wall Street anuVwestern houses
particularly active. There was also
a considerable demand from local
spot ItouseB or trade interests and to
ward the end nf the week bullishly
disposed operators were emphasizing
tiie increased activity of the cotton
Some of the New England mills
which* haVe been running ou short
time have decided to^ resume opera
tions at full capacity and while the
South has been credited with selling
hedges here on advances, offerings of
that sort are said to have become sim
HELPLESS AS BABY
Down itt Miad Unable to Work,
turd What H elped Her.
Summit Point, W. Va.-Mis. Annal
Belle Emey, of this place, says: "1 suf
fered for 15 years with an awful pain in
my right side, caused from womanly
trouble, and doctored lots for it, but With
out success. 1 suffered so very much,
that I became down in mind, and as help- j
less as a baby. 1 was in the worst kind
of shape, was unable to do any work.
I began taking Cardui, the woman's1
Ionic, and got relief from the very first j
dose. - By the time I had taken 12 bot
tles, my health was completely restored.
1 am now 48 years years-old, but feel as |
good as 1 did when only 16.
Cardui certainly saved me from losing
my mind, and 1 feel it my duty to speak
in its favor. I wish I had some power
over poor, suffering women, and could
make them know the good ft would do
If you suffer from nny?>f the ailments
peculiar to women, it will certainly be
worth your while to give Cardui a trial. \
It has been helping weak women for
more than SO years, and will help you* !
Try Cardui. Your druggist sells it
WrHtU: Oiattanooi? Malieine Co.. Ladies'
SPOTS AND STAINS
' If you spot or stain y \..
gown or wrap, on the street or
at a social function, we can
remove the-spot and mako the
garment perfectly flt for wear.
Our expert workers possess
a full knowlege of this most
Important stage of the dry
cleaning precess, and can al
most guarantee the satisfactory
removal of any stain.
There aro some stains and
some fabrics, however, upon
which spots take the nature of
a dye, and cannot be removed.
These, we, or any one else, can
not of course treat, but with'
these uncommon exceptions you
will find that we can repair
damage that would prove cost
ly-at a little expense to you. '
'PHONE KO. 7.
than you spend. Elimi
nate extravagances, j
Sa courage economy.
Work, work, work
Work ~ intelligently.
Pisa piala pleasures.
Dress Simply, Save
Something. Pat your
money to work. Pay
promotly your prom
ises. Boost Instead ot
knock. Each pay day
deposit wita the Sav
ings Department ot
Bank cf Anderson
Har at declines with local longa pre
dicting that the South will not mar
ket freely at lower prices. Senti
ment on the whole, therefore, has
been pretty well divided around the
ring so far. at least aa the more im
mediate course of prices ia concern
ed and tho smaller volume of busi
ness Is supposed to reflect a disposi
tion to walt for further developments
in the South.
New York Cotton.
NEW YORK. Jan; 29.--There WBB a
renewal of yesterday's late buying
movement in cotton during today's
earlier trading, but prices later weak
ened under rather active liquidation
which seemed to come largely from
Wall Street sources and the close was
Bteady at a net decline of 6 to 10
Liverpool was better than due an?,
the local market opened steady at an
advance of 3 to 6 points. Local spot
houses were buyers while there was
also a renewal of the Wall Street and
Western investment demand and the
market sold about 6 to 8 net higher
late in the afternoon.
Absence of important Southern
celling doutbless encouraged this ad
vance, appeared to attract increased
offerings from longa and there was
heavy Wall Street selling.
Thc market broke quite sharply In
consequence, with October contracts
selling down to 9.14, or 9 points net
lower. The close was steadied by
covering, but-at the day's lowest.
The only changes made tn the dif
ferences between old New York
grandes of spot cotton by the revis
ion committee yesterday wore reduct
ions on some of the low grade dis
counts, and as they apply only to de
liveries on old atyle February con
tracts, they attracted Utile atten
Spot cotton quiet: middling up
lands 8.50; sales 1,100 bales..
Cotton futures closed steady.
Open. High. Low, Close.
March .. .. 8.65 8.59 8.47 8.46
May. 8.85 8.88 8.73 8.74
July. 9.08 9.08 8.93 8.94
October .. ..9.30 9.3i 9.14 "9.14
December . 9.42 9.28 9.27
New Orleans Cotton.
NEW YORK. Jan. 29.-Cotton ad
vanced 7 to 9 points in the early
trading today, but prlcea broke
sharply after midday^ ns the results of
a burst of Belling based, on unfavor
able stock market reports. In a few
minutes there was a decline Cf 15
points, but a quick recovery followed
as new buying met the decline. At
the lowest the most active months
were 8 to'10 points under yesterday's
final figures and the close was at a
net loss for the day of 6 io s point*.
' There waa an undercurrent of !>uv
Ing throughout the session an dit gave
the market a steady undertone. Gos
sip on the floor waa that part ot tho
buying was ?or German account.
. Exports for tho .week were 279.372
bales, bringing the total export move
i.ient for tho season uo to 3,638,5r.|
I ales. Bullish prediction:; were that
shipments to foreign countries m*\
week would increase. Exports for
the day wore only 21,137 bales and
port s toaks again increased, totalling
Spot cotton steady; sales ou the
spot 1,500 bales; to arrive 570.
Cotton futures closing:
March 8.17; May 8.39; July ?.GO;
October 8.87; December 9.02.
Stocks and Bonds.
NEW YOR,K, Jan. 29.-United States
Steel again waa the pivot around
which the stock market revolved to
day. The common et^k was very ex
tensively traded In, mostly at 40, its
new minimum. Liquidation in that is
sue waa on BO large a scale aa to fop
resent forty per cent of the first hour's
entire business. The preferred stock
also yielded part of its recent recov
New Haven was another weak Is
sue, selling off 4 1-2 points to 49, its
minimum, Incidentally tho lowest
price in the history of the company.
Canadian Paclfflc was heaviest ot
all the high priced isaues. losing over
5 points on persistent selling, much of
which waa ascribed to European
sources. Tho company's statement of
earnings for December, indicating a
not loss of over $2,800,00, was regard
ed ea aufflclent cause of discourage
ment on. the; part of holders of the
stock. Declinea to lowest prices eil
around occurred In the final hour, re
newed liquidation In Reading, Union
Pacific and other speculative favorite?
producing a weak close.
In addition to the foreign offerings
of Canadian Pacific sales for European
Interests were probably the largest of
any recent day. Abrogation of the
rule prohibiting sales except for cash,
has resulted tn a heavy movement of
American securities from abroad.
Local banks are expect?-i to math
further cash gains on tho movement
from the interior, but Buppllcs v>r cash
at all reserve centr?e are now so
atvirdant aa to make quoted rates vir
tually negligible. Rank clearings show
a decrease from the previous week
London reported an expansion of
business but tho London exchango
continued to Ignore the successive
price reductions in steel here.
Bonds as a whole were affected by
the weakness of the stock list. Total
sales, par value, aggregated $1,978,000.
United SUtes 2's advanced 1-2 and
Panama 2's 1-4 peineenL on call.
NEW YORK, Jan. 29.--After open
ing a trifle higher, cotton seed oil
turned easy today nuder scattered ll
qutdation prompted by the decline in
lard, but the list waa about steady at
the close doe to commission house
buying. 'Final prices were 1 to 2
pointa lower, eales 12.400 barrels.
The market closed steady. Spot
$?.O0?8>7.<Kf February *7.o*$T.G3;
March $7.05?7.07; April $7.18?7.717;
May S7.24?7.25; June S7.firstname.lastname@example.org;
July S7.44?7.45; August $7.53?7.56;
LIVERPOOL. Jan. 29.-Colton, epot,
firm. Coed middling middling
90.02; low middling 4.57. BaleB 6,
000; speculation and export 1,000. Re
Futures quiet. May-June 4.88;
July-Agust 4.951-2; August-Septem
ber 4.99; October-November 5.06; Jan
NEW YORK. Jan. 28.-Cotton goods
today and yarns were higher. Wool
rose last on active demand. Cheap
silks were sold freely for dress MU!
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CHICAGO. Jan. 29.-Hogs higher.
Balk $email@example.com; light $6.60?6.90;
mixed S6.50O6.95; heavy $6.40?6.95;
rough S6.40?6.50; pigs $6.50?6.65.
Cattle firm. Native steers $5.50?
9.50; cows and heifers $3?7.85;
Sheep stron?. Sheep $firstname.lastname@example.org; year
lings $".20?8; lambs $email@example.com.
CHICAGO. Jan. 29.-Rumors of
peace moves unsettled wheat today
and it closed nervous at 1 1-2 to 1 3-4
under last night. Other leading
3taples, too, showed a net loss, corn
7-8 ?1 to 1 1-4,-oats 3-8 and provisions
10 to 20 cents.
Grain and provisions closed:
' Wheat, May $1.48 3-8; July 1.32 3-8.
Corn, May 80 3-8; July 82.
Oats. May 69 1-8; July 67 1-8.
Cash grain: Wheat, No..2 red, $1.48
1-4? 1.50 3-4; No. 2 hard, $1.48 1-2?
NEW YORK, Jan. 29.-Bradstreet's
viii say tomorrow:
The pendulum of trade continues to
iwing Iq tho direction of Improvement.
Starting at a very slow pace three
.veeks ago it ia now moving at a more
satisfactory rate, though even yet the
movement is but conservatively
?teady. Almost everywhere the IJapo
dtion ia,to look on the bright side
)f things, evidence of spring buying,
especially of textiles, continues to
multiply, the labor situation, while far
'rom normal, ls such that Idleness ls
lecrea8lng, winter weather over a
?vide, era has helped reduce stocks
if heavy goods, money ls cheaper.
:ommodlty prices are higher, funds
ire plentiful in the cereal growing re
gions, winter wheat ls In good shape,
the south is nrore optimistic because
)f free sales of cotton from ware
houses, copper la higher, and steel
pill operations are being Increased.
Bank clearings for tho week were
12,978,817,000, a decrease of 21.3 per
:ent from last year. v
Wheat exporta aggregated 8.619,869
bushols, against 3,717,678 bushels a
Failure" is ifce Unit?d States were
152 compared with. 463 In 1914; In
Canada 54 compared with 61 In 1914.
? T0W5T1LLE SEWS ?
a - ?
The members of the Methodist
church gave Rev. and Mrs. Lupo a
pounding at the parsonage last Tues
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Jones will ar
rive in a few days. They will bc at
home to their friends at Mountain
The literary school ls doing nicely
the children arc progressing rapidly.
Prof. Withe ls a very enthusiastic
teacher, hla main object la to rule by
kindness. As lt-4s the real law of life
the link that connecta earth with
heaven, one kind word spoken often
cheers a sad heart , and they don't
cost anything. If we write our names
by kindness love and mercy on the
hearts of people we como in contact
In our daily life we will never be for
gotten. Children be not sparingly with
your kind wordft toward your teacher.
Kindnes ia the very principle of love,
so let us be ever ready to say a kind
and helpful word to our teacher or
parents we would get along so much
U. H. Price made a business trip to
Atlanta last Monday.
Mrs. J. D. Babb who has been con
fined to her room for. some time ia
Miss Annie Barton bas returned to
Anderson after spending a while with ;
her father. J, I. Barton and. family.
The little son vf Or. J. D. Barton of
Hartwall, Ga., ts visiting bis grand
parents, Mr. *nd Mrs. J. A. Barton.
Harrison Price and Edrew Cromer
are on aa extended visit to relatives
Mrs. I. T. Galloway spent Wednes
day wita Mrs. J. A. Bargees.
John Shirley is Buffering from a
severe attack of la grippe.
?Little Miss Bevntce King spent tho
week-end with Mt. and Mrs. BL > C
Msater Clay Matuttey has been sick.
Dr. J. M. Hobson waa In town Mon
Mr. and Mrs. Juston Woolbrlgbt
have moved near town. They are living
on the Harria farm recently bought
from Mr. Ed. Earle. ~.
Mr. Ed. Earle la occupying the King
residence on King street *
Prof. O. E. Saith who ts teaching
the Bethany school near Relton spent
the week-end with home folks.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Pant have
moved ro Athens-. Ga. We regret very
much to give this good family op.
Hope they will move back to their
farm in the near future.
William Bosnar aaa returned to his
home In Spartanburg where he has ac
cepted a position in a drug store.
WON'T LEAVE JAIL
Four Companions Make Getaway,
Although Two Ara Brought
Back, Yeggman is Calm.
YORK VILLE, Jan. 28.-Although
four men escaped from the York
County jail this afternoon, the fifth
white man in the prison refused to
tako part in the affair and remained
in his coll, while his companions made
a successful dash for liberty.
The fifth man was Thomar Noland,
alias, "Chicago Noland," famous in
many States as a yeggman and an
alleged expert at blowing safes and
slipping through jail bara. Noland
was recently paroled by Oov. Ukase
while serving a term in the South
Carolina penitentiary and was at once
turned over to federal authoritlca to
answer to other charges. He is being
held In the York County Jail to answer
to tho charge of robbing a bank at
Port Mill In 1903. Noland said he
didn't want to go ahd calmly watched
the other four prisoners break jail
and mako a getaway. When tho jail
delivery was dicovercd and a hurried
investigation made. Noland was found
In his cell writing a lotter.
The four men escaping were Jos-?*?
Willman. S. I. Rush, J. R. Wyo'.t and
They were being hold on minor
Willman and Rush have been cap
tured and aro again In jail.
The theory for the escape ls that
when the men were fed the inner coll
door/was left open; leaning against lt
later ono of tho prisoners found the
door unsecured. An iron rod is said
to have been secured from the bed
and thia was used to make an open
ing In an outside door. Slipping down
stairs, a window offered an outlet and
the men were soon gone, while No
land continued his letter.
Neighbors gave tho alarm, crying
to officers that tho prisoners were es
caping. Deputy Sheriff Quinn and a
posse at once instituted a pursuit and
Willman and Rush tr sro taken about
two miles from town. The others met
Rush returning to Yorkvllle. He said
he waa on his way to surrender, vol
unteering the Information that he
waa "tired and disgusted with the
whole thing." The other two are still
Some negro prisoners were in
carcerated in the jail, but they were
on the other side, no door being open
for them to find an outlet.
MEETTNt* AT DENMARK.
State Organiser for VT. C. T. U.
VIsRs Bamber* Town-J. K.
Breedln Tells of Work.
DENMARK. Jan. 28.-Mis? Allaway,
State organiser for the W. C. T. IL,
was in Denmark last night and held a
meeting in the Methodist church in
the interest of Statewide prohibition.
After Miss Attaway's address the
meeting unanimously adopted a set of
resolutions commending and thank
ing South Carolina's congressmen for
their vote in favor of the prohibition
amendTE??t to tho constitution. A let
ter was also read from J. K. Breedln,
prohibition secretary. ' commending
the work of the W. C. T. U., and
urging the women of the Kt cte to
identify themselves with this organi
J. K. Breedln, who ia leading the
nrohlbftion forcea in the campaign for
Statewide prohibition, spent Sunday
In Denmark. Mr. Breedln saya that
the most gratifying accession of
strength to the prohibition cause is
that of largs numbera of business men
who are earnest advocates of voting
out liquors because of the economic
waste incident to tho traffic and the
handicap of alcohol to any man's
usefulness as an employe.
afr. Breedln said that the business
men of Blackville. Hartsville." and
Manning have petitioned for prohibi
tion, the letter from Hurtsville being
a particularly Btrong one from D. R.
Coker. This waa Indorsed by the
merchar.,8 of the town, who declare
that the abaence of liquor has at
tracted a desirable class of trade to
There have been two good rallies in
Bamberg County for prohibition.
Some weeks ago there was a well at
tended union service in Denmark,
and on last Thursday night there was
an enthusiastic meeting in 'Bamberg.
Card ef Thanks.
We wish to thank our many friends
of Anderson, Greenwood. Augusta
and McCormick for their many ex
pression? ?.nd .acts of klndne?? dur
ing the illness and death of our dear
daughter, wife and mother. May God's
richest blessing rest c?u each of them.
Mrs. Mattie Adams,
W. H. Edmonds and Children.
'Signs With St. Louis Federals.
MEnr vnng r.ni 29._President
J. ?, Gilmore, of the Federal League,
after a conference today with Charles
Deal, third baseman of the Boston Na
tionals, renounced that Deal bas sign
ed a tr/o-year contract with the St
Gilmo/c said he would attend a
meeting at New Haven tomorrow Of
baseball club owner? In New England
for the purpose of establishing a red
eral minor league.
Sick headache ia nearly always
caused by disorders of the stomach.
Correct them and tho periodic attacks
ot sick headache will disappear. Mrs.
Joba Bishop of Roseville, Chlo,
writes: "About a year ago I waa
troubled with indigestion and bad
sick .icadachn thar lasted for two or
three days at a'time. ! doctored and
tried a cumber of remedies but noth
ing., hid pod me Until during ono of
those sick spei** a-fri-md advised me
to tako Chamberlain's Tablets. This
medicine relieved sae in a short
(imo." For sale by all dealers.
Another Henee* FJr? Spreading Ont.
SENECA, Jan. 2?.-The ilrm of O.
W. Gignllliat and To., of which Hr. ti.
w. Gignilllat, the pioneer merchant
and business man of Seneca, is we
head und principal owner, le soon to
open up a branch business in Liberty.
This firm do a general brokerage and
wholesale business, selling to mer
chants and farmers in unbroken pack
ages for cash. Mr. N. J. Cleveland,
who has had charge of the branch at
Norris will have charge of the Liber
ty store. Thia is ooe of the most sue
cessful and agressive firma in the up
country, doing a constantly expanding
business, and a great service to the
farmers ot the country.as well as good
business for themselves. Mr. J. J.
Cromer is the hustling manager.
Mr. J. V. Strlbllng of Anderson at
tended the funeral of his brother, E.
S. Stribllng, at Richland last Sun
day and spent Sunday night with his
brother: Dr. J. S. Stribllng.
Mr. Lcm D. Stribllng of Florulla,
Ala., has been spending a few day?
here willi relatives.
Mr. Wm. J. Stribllng of Westminis
ter spent a few days here this woek.
Mr. W. H. Echord, a popular travel
ing man out ot Atlanta is in Seneca
Mr. E. B. Brown of Knoxville,
Tenn., was in Seneca yesterday.
Mrs. P. M. Cary and daughter, Miss
Helen were Bhopplng In Greenville
the first of the weok.
Miss Effie Kilburn, who has been
j visiting at the home of Mrs. F. M.
Cary, has returned to her home in
Mr: J. L. Liner, of Spa rt anim rg,
formerly ot Walhalla, waa In the city
?for a few hours recently.
Mr. J. J. Cromer has returned
from a business visit to Liberty.
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Jone* went to
Anderson Friday afternoon.
Miss Dickson of Pendleton ls vis
iting at the home of Mr. W. S. Hun
Friends ut Mrs. Frank Sloan will
be sorry to Know that she suffered an
injury by a fall from the back steps
yeaterday. The Injury however ia very
Friends of Miss Sue Hunter will bc
glad to know that she has recovered
sufficiently from the recent operation
she underwent at the Anderson county
hospital, to be able to return home,
i ' M?B8 Gussie Cunningham. who
! teaches the Bounty Land school, went
to spend the week-end at her fath
er's. Mr. W. T. Cunningham of Mon
teray, Abbeville county.
Mesare. J. E. Gentry, J. R. Cobb,
two popular traveling men out of
Spartanburg were In Seneca yester
Mr. S. K. Dendy, has gone willi
the Jacobs Company, of Clinton, and
will travel the State of North Caro
lina for thom.
Mr. Eugene Watkins of Anderson
was in Seneca today.
Mr. Norton Strlbllng of Walhalla
was in Seneca for a whllo today.
A Number of Deaths.
Mrs. TS?. K; rowell, died ai. her
home on Fair Play street last Friday
and the body WP a interred at the
Fairview church last Saturday. She
ts survived by her husband and
five children. She was a daughter of
Rev. and Mrs. D. T. Hayes of thia
Mr. W. H. Magill, a Ct? federate
veteran, 75 years of age, passed away
at his home in this county, near
Double Springs, last Thursday. He
was a member of Company C., Orr's
regiment, a gallant soldier and a good
Mrs. Sarah E. Jenkins died at the
home of her sister-in-law, Mrs. J.
B. "Logan in thia county. She was
about .82 years ot ago.
Mrs. C. S. Lowry of Adams' Cross
ing was in town tor a while today.
Mr. J. S. Robinson has. returned
from a business trip to Anderson.
The Seneca Garage have Just'closed
a deal to deliver a new Ford to Mr.
G. W. Gignllllnt. This they hope is
the sign bf the approach of both bet
ter weather and bettor times.
Salts If Kidneys
Or Bladder Bother
Harmless to flush Kidneys and
Kidney and bladder weakness result
from uric acid, savs a noted authori
ty. The Kidneys tilter this acid from
the blood and pass lt on to the blad
der, where it often remains to Irri
tate and inflame, causing a burning,
scalding sensation, or setting up ah
irritation at the neck of tho bladder,
obliging you to scsk relief two or
titree times during the night. The
sufferer ls in constant dread. the
water passes sometimes with a scald
ing sensation and h* very profuse;
again, there is difficulty in avoiding
Bladder weakness, most folks call
lt, because they can't control urina
tion. Whilo it ls extremely annoying
and eomotlmes very.painful, this ia
really one of the most simple ali
menta to overcome. Get about four
ounces of Jad Salts from your phar
macist and take a tablespoonful in a
glass of water before breakfast, con
tinue this for two or three days. This
will neutralise the acids In the urine
soHsao longer ls a source of irri
tation co the bladder and nrinary or
gans which then act normally again. . -
Ja 1 Salts ls Inexpensive, harmless,
and Is made from the acid of grapes
and lemon Joice, combined -with lithta,
and is used by thousands of talki
who are subject to urinary disorders
caused by uric acid Irritation. Jad
Salts ia s>3*nd!d for kidneys and
canses no bad effects whatever.
Here you have a pleasant, efferves
cent iitbia-watcr drink, which quick
ly relieves bladder trouble.
Want Advert i
Twenty-five words or less, One T1
8lx Times $1.00.
All advertisement over twenty-flvi
word. Hatea on 1,000 worda to
No advertisement taken for less I
Ii your name appears in the tale i
yonr want ad to 821 and a bill will 1
WANTED-Clean cotton rag?. The In
telligencer Job Printing Depart
WANTED-To correspond, confi
dentially, with anyone d?sirions of
becoming permanently cured of the
morphine or whiskey habit ' Tho
KEELEY IN8TITUTE, COLUM
BIA, S. C. Box 75.
WANTED-The privilege to cure
tobacco users at home. $5.00 buys
the cure. Information If desired.
THE KEELEY INSTITUTE, CO
LUMBIA, S. C.. Box 75.
WANTED-You to buy your "Sunday
Goodies" frota the Anderson Pure
Food Co.-Cakes, Pies, Cream
Puffs, Buns, Rolls, and "Auht
Mary's Cream Bread. Store at
Anderson, Bakery's old stand on
DO YOU WEAR Rosenberg's Clothes,
or just clothes? Spring styles have
arrived. Rosenberg, Tailor and
Cleaner. Phone 414.-1-28-tf.
LOST-Rear' wagon goto of wagon bcd
and two 10 pound boxes ot Rod J.
Tobacco. Return or notify T. N.
Cromer, Ivu R. 2.-l-30-2tp.
Now What Did He Mean I
"I call to see you yesterday but
you wore out."
. "JuBt my luck.j"-Dertolt Free
HOW'TO CURE A LA GRIPPE
"Coughs that hang on" demand
treatment. Stop and think! Reuse u
and common aenBe tell you that it is
folly to "grin and bear it." Those
racking la grippe cougha that wrench
the body nnd cause soreness and
paleta in the lunga yield more quickly
to Foley's Honey and Tar Utan to any
Other treatment. Forty years' record
ot successes, proves . this. For
coughs, colds, croup and other dis
tressing ailments of throat, chest,
lung?*, larynx and bronchial tubes, you
can find nothings that will compare
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Something For Nothing
Youngs Island, S. C., Nov. 23, IPI? j
To get started with you wo maits
you the following offer. Send ss 11.60
for 1,000 Frost Proof Cabbage Plant?
grown tn the open air and will stand
freeling, grown from the Colebrateo
Seed of Bolglna 4k Son and Thorbo*
?tb Co., and X will send yon 1,000 Cab*
bags Plants additional FREE, nnd yoe
can repeat the order as many times
ea you Ilks, I will give you aporta*
pri?es on Potato Seed abd Potat*
Plants leter. We want the account!
of elose buyers, large and small. W*
caa supply alL
lae 25 cents, Three Time? 60 cent?,
. words prorata for each additional
be used in a month made on sppli
thnn 16 cen ta, cash In bdvanc".
phone directory yon can telephone
be malled after Ita Insertion for
Neck or Pole Yokes, with strong
center pieces-Fifty Cents.
PAUL E. STEPHENS.
CAKE SALE ~~~
The Junior Phllathca Class of the
First Presbyterian Church will have a
Cake Sale at Owl Drug Company Sat
I HAYE FOR BALE several dozen
cana prime tomatoes et $1.00 per
dozen, string beans at $1.10 per
dozen, dessert peaches without
sugar at $1.16 per dozen, desert
peaches heavily sugared (1-V pound
sugar to can) $2.25 por doten. E.
WHEN UNEXPECTLY detained'down
town for luncheon, you cannot do
better than drop in here! A light
Ilunch or a substantial meat Cuisine
and service O. K. and prices just sa
attractive as our food. The Lunch
FINE FRUITS-We carry the largest
and moat complete assortment ia
tho city-keep 'em moving. Fresh
Florida oranges, grape fruit, ap*
pies, bananas, wholesale sed re*
tall. J. K. Manoa. Phono 32$.-dtt
WE BUT PEAS ead pay the cash.
Forman Smith-Seedman. Phone
FOR SALE-Garden seed from beet
. bulk stock at prices which aro at
tractive. We make a specialty ot
. tho Seed business. You can make a
Home Garden cut your necessary
? living expenses in half. Phone 464.
I Furman Smith, Seedsman.
FOB ' S, ALE-Two brood sows, one
young pig; now registered, Berk
tin, Lowndesville,. 8. C., R. F. D.
KEEPNG IN GOOD CONDITION
Many people suffer from Indigestion
and constipation and do not know it.
A' feeling of dullnesfs and languid
ness, bitter taste In the mouth, head
ache, btliouB fever-most of- those
conditions whon you "aro not sick;
birt ?en't ???? tight"-caa be traced '
to sluggish bowels and torpid liver.
Foley Cathartic Tablets deanne the
syfetem, arouse the liver, banish*in
digestion and make you "feel' good all
ovei"-light, energetic and'ambitious.
Sold by Evana Pharmacy.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All persons having claims against
the ss ta te of N. B. Sullivan deceased,
aro hereby notified to present .them
properly proven to tho undersigned
within the time prescribed br law.
and those Indebted to make settle
LILA E. SULLIVAN,
C. S. SULLIVAN,
W. W. SULLIVAN,
JAKE W. SULLIVAN.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All persona having claims against
the estate of'J. N. Smith deceased, are
hereby notified to present them pro
perly proven to the undersigned with
in the time prescribed by law, and
those indebted to make setllembUt,
B. J. SMITH,
PIEDMONT ?NSUK?NCE ?lifcNCY
See Me For
Anjir and All
C. E. TRIEjBLE, Manaor
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