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UPIEDMONT INSURANCE AGENCY
See Me For
Any and All
Ci. E. lKltsBLE, Manage
"If you owned a Goose that laid golden
eggs, wouldn't you insure her if you
MUTUAL BENEFIT LIFE INSURANCE
M. M. MATT1SON, General Agent r
C. W. WEBB, District Agent
J. J. TROWBRIDGE, Special Agent
N It Always Helps M
I S 8ays Mr8* Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills? Ky?, in
writing of her experience with Cardup the woman's
? tonic She says further: "Psfore 1 began to use
!Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, I
thought the pain would kill me* 1 was hardly able feed
to do any of my housework. After taking three bottles KM
of CarduL 1 began to feel like a new woman. I soon L^J
gained 3b pounds, and now, I do all my housework,. Kn
as well as run a bte water mi IL F*!
1 wish every suffering woman would give W??
r The Woman's Tonic Q
a trial', ? Still use Cardui whet! I feel a little bad, ?
and it always does me good." Kn
Ju Headache, backache, side sche, nervousness, Ir-^l
tired, worn-out feelings, etc., are sure signs of woman- Btt?
ly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's HEH
tonic. Yon cannot make ? mistake; in trying Cardui L*?J
for your trouble. It has been helping weak, ailing H
women for more than fifty years. "V CC
Get a Bottle Today !_
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OF A KIT^D ANJ> QI
THAT SECURES :
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The Anderson Intel
Advertising and Printi
Anderson, S. C.
Twenty-five words or ISM, On? Ti
Six Tim?? I LOO.
A ll -ll_-a ? - 1 ul. JU. .
?Ul ?UIIMUKII.WI UIDI ?VJm/-|lt<
word. Rates on 1,000 words to
No advertisement taken for less 1
If roar name appears tn the tels1
your wast sd to SH ead a MU wOlj
WANTER-Clean cotton rags. The In
telligencer Job Printing Depart
WANTED-To co. ,espond, confi
dentially, with anyone d?sirions of
becoming permanently cured of the
morphine or whiskey ?.abit. The
KEELEY INSTITUTE, COLUM
BIA, S. C. Box 75.
WANTER-To sell cotton seed hulls
a*?d meal. Prices right. B. N.
Wyatt, the $6 Coal Man. Phone
WANTED-At once, white girl as
working housekeeper for family of
four-must be good cook. Address
or apply either 1036 South Mc Dur
rie street or 101 on tba sanare.
WANTED-The privilege to cure
tobacco users at home. $5.00 Mmys
the care. Information if desired.
THE KEELEY INBTITUTB, CO
LUMBIA, 8. C., Box 75.
FOB SALE-Two brood sews, one!
young pig; now registered. Berk
shire Bore, Price $45.00. T. B. Mar
tin. Lowndesville, S. C., R. F. D.
FOB SALE-Barred Plymouth Rocks, |
Akoona layers from record yards ot
260 to 272 eggs the year, 18 Kar
retts, quickest growers, largest
chickens. Eggs from Akoona lay
ers 22 for 16. Eggs from 18 Kar
rett yard $1.50 for 15. Pullbtts
$1.00 each, fine cockerels $1.50 to
$2.00 each. J. C. Strlbbllng, Pendle
ton, S. C.-2-5-6tp.
FOR SALE-Pair ot old fashioned sil
ver candlesticks beautifully carved.
Nearly 100 years old. Address A.
J. 8. Care Intelligencer for partic
LOST-Saturday afternoon, gold
breastpin, opal set and Inlaid .with
blue enamel. Reward If returned to
I BO YOU WE AB Rosenberg'*. Clothes,
or lust clothes? Spring styles have
arrived. Rosenberg, Tailor and
eleanor. Phone 414.-1-28-tf.
m DIN G
m II s 11a ni 11.II im ii
Une t5 cent*, Three Time? SO cents,
s ?w?i prorata fur ?Mch additional
be med in a month made aa : ypU
tban SS caa ta. caah In cdvance.
phone directory yoe caa telephone
be mailed after its insertion for
Neck or Pole Yokes, with strong:
center pieces-Fifty Cents.
PAUL E. STEPHENS.
WHEN UNEXFECTLY detained dows
town for luncheon, you cannot d#
better than drop In hess, A Heb*
lunch or a substantial meal. Ccisina
and service O. K. sud prices Just ss
attractive as our food. The Lunch'
FINE FRUITS-We carry the tersest
and most complete assortment In
the city-keep 'em moving. Fresh
Florida oranges, grape fruit, ap
ples, bananes, wholesale and re
tail. J. KL Manoo. Phone 823.-dtt
WE BUY PEAS sod pay the cash.
Forman Smith-Seedman. Phone
SMITHS LAYING MASH'will If prop
erly used make your hen lay. One
regular user has made this objec
tion to our mash-"Want to set a
few hens now but can't make them
quit laying." Furman Smith, Seeds
man, Phone 464.
MONEY TO LEND on farm land. E.
P. Vandlver, Peoples Bsnk. 2-9-lt |
Dr. C. Mack Sanders
Associated with Dr. J. Levis Sanders.
Office 304-5-5 Bleckley Building.
Office Phone 429. Residence Phone 149
ATTEND THE BIG
COTTON CONVENTION AT
DALLAS, APRIL 28* 1
A monster rally that will inaugurate
In tuU effect the campaign for the
ming season for a legitimate Tala?
held in subjugation by th?
i band ot "finance,'* lt is pro
posed now to liberate the fleecy suple
from the low price. Tbs pisa ot the
Southern States Cotton Corporation
ls no experiment, but ls already In ac
tiva operation lu mora than 250 co tr
toa growing counties, and has afford
ed relief to thousands of farmers.
Tbs convention will be held at tan
Fate Park coliseum, and thousands of
people in all walka of Ufe wilt bs m
attendance. Reduced rates en rail
Stock Yards Reopened.
CHICAGO, Feb. 8.-The Chicago
Union Stock Yards, which have been
under partial federal quarantine since
January 29, because of threatened
outbreak cf foot and mouth dis6?n?,
were reopened today for the inter
state shipment o' cattle. No cattle,
however, may be held fur more than
Denies Ordering Execution.
EL PASO, Tex., Feb. 8.-General
Carranca In a telegram today from
?Vera Cruz denied that he had order
ed the execution of four American of
ficials of,the Southern Pacific Rail
way of M?xico In Sonora. Hie local
agents said that If any such orders
had been Issued bad been done by the
local Sonora officials.
and Guli Sores
Don't take chances on the
servicer of a good, work ani
ma! by overlooking the
small scratch or harness
orvn. Be prepared before-'
fir. Bttvfi'fi Sons-Pop
S safa if yoa work your hone.
Heals ?u,y sort of skin abrasion
or ulcer, it's a guaranteed rem
edy that you can depend upon.
Money refunded if it fails to do
di wo claim for it Largo box 26c.
For Sale by
F. B. Crayton,
Anderson, S. C.
Ucfcia?. sw rue? lotte*. potiuvHr>is*T*
sad asst bed c a &1???M avilies fox !?.. than ?ia
8ftf* delitos? ase] MiUbcUon su?v?n?i-otJ O'
?Mt Wk. Ori?x UMUQT OT WTIU for c*t?lc.? MI?
Clever Satire to be Presented by
Frank Lea Short Players as
No one who loves a good, clean,
amusing play can afford to miss the
Romuacers at Anderson college to
Professor Charles W. Kent, writing
from the University . of Knoxville,
says: "You need have no hesitation
in commending cordially and with
confidence the Prank Lea Short
players and their charming play. They
gave great delight to the audience
The curtain will rise at 8:30
o'clock, and the program will open
with very attractive musical unmbers.
This will add greatly to the per
formance and will doubtless be en
Joyed thoroughly by the lovers of good
music who attend. The musical pro-1
gram which will precede the play is
SH follows: ift
j. Why Is Sylvia-Schumann
2. Gypsy Love Song-Herbert
Inward E. Hall.
3. Old English Ballads-Miss Pau
4. Celeste Alda-Verdi-Chas. Ho
Cast of Characters.
Per I ein ct.Charles II oman
Pasqu?n. .Edward E. Hall
Synopsis of Acts.
Act I. The Wall Between.
Act II. The Wall Is Down.
Act III. Rebuilding the Wall.
Tickets may be secured at Evans
Pharmacy, at Crayton's Drug store,
or at the college.
Marquis of Londonderry Suc
cumbs to Attack of Pneumonia
at Age of 62 Year?
(Dy Associated "Press.)
LONDON, Feb. 8.-The Marquis of
Londonderry died today of pneumonia.
The Marquis of Londonderry was
one ot the foremost leaders of the
Ulster movement, one of the foremost
members ot the British bar. and one
of the great noblemen of the Ur ?ted
Kingdom. He was a Knight of the
Garter and un luae-de-oamp to the
king. He traced his descent from Slr
Piers Tempest, who fought at Agin
Born tn Ulster 62 years'ago, he was
a graduate of Trinity. He represented,
Dublin In parliament In 1892 he was
made solicitor-general for Ireland.
From 1?100 'to 1906 he was sr Ucl tor
general for England. He was viceroy
of Ireland from 1886 f n 1889. He waa
married in" 1876 to a daughter of the
curl of Shrewsbury. They had two
r *.ren, a son and a daughter. The
son, Viscount Castlereagh, is his heir.
Apart from the cabinet positions he
held and the viceroyship of Ireland,
th marquis waa best known as a most
fervent advocate of the doctrine of "no
surrender." to the Irish Nationaliste
and their liberal supporters.
PRICE OF BREAD
Bakers la Wilmington, Charlotte,
Greensboro,, Asheville and
(P.y Associated Press.)
SPARTANBURG, Fob. 8.-Daken
.tn Wilmington, Charlotte, Greenebort
and Asheville, N. C., and Greenville
6. C., have advanced the price o
bread to 6 cents a loaf, it was an
nounccd here tonight by August Gell
fuss, president ot the Southeaatert
Master Bakers' Association. No rec
ommendation. however, has beet
made by the association. The increase
in the price of wheat is assigned ai
A large local bakery with an eaten
nive patronage in other States an
nounccd tonight that it had notifi?e
its agents to advance the price to <
cents beginning next Monday.
children made at you
?r -M. fi
Keep a record of your CbSk
it will be ? treasure ia old ?gi
Lot m know when to eaEL
. On The Square. ?
IMPORTANT ELECTIONS WILL
BE HELD BY THE
Executive Committee, Treasurer
and Secretar/ to be Chosen.
Mr. Jas. D. Hammett, chairman of
the executive committee of the Cham
ber of Commerce, yesterday called a
meeting of the new board of directors
of the Anderson Chamber of Com
merce, the Bame to be held Wednes
day night at 8 p. m.
At tills meeting an executive com
mittee or three will be elected,' which
committee will recess and elect a
chairman. A treasurer also will bo
elected, to succeed Mr. /t. W. Sulli
van, and also a secretary to succeed
Mr. Po. ur A. Whait y. whose term
expired February 1.
It is also expected that the board
will consider several other very im
portant matters, which will be plac
ed before it for consideration.
The meeting will be the first to be
held of the new board, which was re
cently elected at the annual meeting
of the association.
ON THE DEFENSE
(CONTINUED PROM PAGE ONE.)
recommit with instructions. Then the
vice president would cast Ute deciding
The vote on the motion to recess
clearly indicated the division of the
senate on the motion to recommit.
Senator Kenyon had he been present
would have voted for a recess. This
would have made tho result a tie. and
forced Vice President Marshall to de
cide. The same situation ls expected
when the motion to recommit is put.
The vice president ruled on a point
by Senator Lodge ?h?.t the motion
should be divided into three sections,
one on reference with instructions
to report forthwith and Hie others on
the amendment separately.
The parliamentary tangle waa final
ly adjusted and the proposed amend
ment relating to tho leaning ot 'ships
taken up. Senator Lodge opened the
CO-OPERATION AND ?
(CONTINUS!) PROM PACE ONE.)
said. "Money is plentiful and low
rate? obtain. Cotton has recovered in
price from 6 1-4 cents In October to
fully 8 1-2 cents per. pound, today,
Shipments to dote exceed four million
bales, or two-thirds of the correspond
ing total of a year ago.
"The United States is today Ute
chief granary of Europe. The prices
received should insure for our farm
ing population an unprecedented
measure oi prosperity and it baa come
to te an American axiom that When
our fanners are prosperous the whole
country prospera. ^
There ls less clamor for Indiscrim
inate governmental suits against cor
porations and we may reasonably
hope that honestly conducted enter
prises will hereafter be allowed to
carry on their legitimate functions
without fear of political or legal
WILL PURCHASE WILHELMINA.
American Commission May Se?vre
Ship and Cargo.
LONDON. Feb. 8.-Indications to
day were that Hie American Commis
sion for Belgian Pellet would be suc
cessful in its effort to purchase tbs
American steamship Wilhelmina and
the food cargo she la taking from
New York to Hamburg.
The Wilhelmina's owners are said
to be willing to sell, but the price
has not been agreed upon. The re
lief commission ls badly in need ol
the grain carried by the Wilhelmina
and also needs more ships.
.The sale of Ute cargo ot the Ameri
can steamship Wilhelmina to the Bel
gian Relief Commission will not' be
considered by its ownern unless1 and
until the ship ia seized by the British
authorities, according to a statement
Issued today by Norvln L. Lindholm
and Former Senator Charles A
Downe, counsel for the W. I. Oreen
Commission Company of St. Louis,
owners ot the cargo, ,
Raak President Pleads Gallty.
MEMPHIS. Tenn., Feb.' 8^-C. H.
Raine, president of the old Mercan
tile Bank, pleaded guilty in federal
court here today t-> indlctra mts Ci\?rg
ing fraud and misuse ol the mails
District Attorney Hubert Fisher rec
ommended penalty at five years in fed
eral prison, but Juage ..vt:Call defer
red sentence until Wcduejday.
APPEARS FAB AWA?
CLEVELAND, O.. Feb. 8.-Settle
meat of Ute strike of 16.000 ?asten
Ohio coal miners appeared tarthei
than ever when ? conference betwee:
operators and min? worker? adjourn
ed tonight It la believed the confer
once, presided-ovar by federal candi
taters, will end tomorrow with ot
possibility ot an agreement in sight, i
Retiral at Bette*.
A Revival meeting basan Wednea
day night In the Wesleyan Methodls
church on South Main street, the pub
j pile 1? Invited.
i JOHN HAMBS? Pa****
Premier Carrier of the Sooth ta
nectlon with Blue Blaire, Ffoa
Andersen, 8. C
$840 Columbia, 8. C.
And return account ot Inaugur?t
ot Governor-Elect Richard I.
alng. Tickets on aale January
with return limit January 20th,
91848 Tampa, Fla?
And return account cf GaspBrlJ
Carnival. Tickets on sale Febfe
tl to 16th, arith return limit Fat
ary 26th. By payment of $1.00
tension will be granted until
$1.1.00 Mobile, Ala.
And return account of Mardi
Celebration. Tickets on sale
ary 9th to 16th with return
February 26th. By payment of
extension will bo granted until
$1940 New Orleans, La.
And return account ot Mardi
Celebration. Tickets on Bale FeV
ary 9th to 16th, with return ll
February 26th. By payment of
extension will be granted on tl?
until March 16tb.
$14.56 Pensacola, Fla.
And return account of Mardi
Celebration. Tickets on sale Fet
I ary ?th to 16th, >? with return Iv
February 26th. By payment o? $1
extension will bo granted
March 16th. For complete into
Hon, tickets and pullman reservi
call on ticket agent, or write.
W. R. Taber, T. P. A.
Greenville, 8. C.
, W. E. McGee, AG PA,
Columbia. 8. "
PIEDMONT * NORTHERN RAH
Effective January 17th, 1910
Ne, 81. ... .8??
Nc 86..... . 11?40
NO. 41... 6.00
Na. 48.. .. .9tfti
No, 80... ... Ui
No. 83... .. ,8
Na, 88 ... .VU?%
Ne.88 ., . ... ... ?180.
Ne, 40. '.. 4:45
. ...C. a ALU"
Charleston & West?
To and From th?
No. 23 .... 6:00
No| 6. 3:35 P.j
No. 5 .. tOiSO A,
No. 'ii_4:55 PA
ites, etc., promi
E. WILLIAMS, G. R
T. B. CURTIS, C.
Anderson, S. C.
Through PuUman Sleeping Car !
Premier Carrier ef the
Effective Sunday, November
1814. Sleeper bandied
Nos? 97 ana 28?
8 a m. Lv. Charleston Ar. 0:40
12:65 p. m. Lv Columbia Ar ?U
4:20 p. m. Lv Spartanburg Av r
7:80 p. m. t v Asheville Ar 9:'
18:06 a. m. Lv Knoxville Lv 5:1
10:66 a m. Ar Cincinnati Lv 6:
8:00 p. m. Ar Chicago Lv 8:f
Passengers trots Andersoi
Greenville territory will make
Hons hy leaving on trains
to Greenville and 18 to Sc
and connecting there with t
In addlUon to Ute through
Chicago, Drawing Room
Standard: Pullman Sleeper,
esc and through coach.
For full and complete inf
tickets and pulUnan ress
on any ticket agent, or
WY E. Taber, T* P. A., i
Ct or W. 8. McGee, A. G.
ambla, C. G.