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WORK IS INAUGURATED
IN CONNECTION WITH THE
GIRLS' TOMATO AND
MANY TO JOIN
Wornen of Several School Dis
trict* Have Signified Their
Desire to Become Af
Fifteen or more women of Hie
Mountain (.reek section of the county
end several in some ti vir i>r six other
school communities havu signified
their intention of becoming affiliated
with the home demonstration work,
which MHs Janie C. Carlington, de
monstrator hi charge of the ciiri-j*
Tomato and Canning Club Work, arlu
conduct in connection with her other
Tile following outline of plans for
tho home demonstration work will he
of Interest to thoso who have slgni
fcad their Intention of Joining the
clubs and others who might care to
Mtimmury of Development*
Thc girl..' demonstration work be
gan with the canning cluhs in 19LQ
when four counties in two States
were organized. lt has grown to an
organization of more than -io.iiOOO
girls under thc supervision of nearlly
400 women agents. I nsults of 1913
show that in the canning cluhs of the
Southern States, the 4,202 girls who
sent in reports canned 1,032,116 caus
of tomatoes; 522,147 cans of other
products nt e. total value of $180.
420.05. They have ulfto developed to
a, considerable extent special products
of southern fruits and vegetables.
Poultry CIUUH have followed tho work
In canning and gardening and there
arc noa* 2.090 poultry club members.
Dread clubs have been organized ex
perimentally in a few counties and
some home improvement work bas
been dono. This fall win see winter
gerdenlng extensively carried on hy
club members. In all of these ac
tivities, tho women on the farms
have given active help. Frequently
they have been enrolled to receive
tho instructions, havo attended meet
ings and demonstrations. 'As co
operators they have ea-.-.-rly followed
the Instructions of the county woman
agent and have urged that a special
work be organized for them.
The cooperative work carried on by
the office of farm demonstration work
and the State colleges of agriculture,
his from the beginning emphasized
tho plan of organization which pro
vides for the efficient, devoted, coun
ty woman agent employed for-as long
a term as possiblo and instructed and
mutier vis..,? by the State agent. This
plan of :.eisonni leadership and su
pervision lg the ha?in of all successful
work. The time or employmeht of
the county agent has increased rap
idly so tbat many nre uow employed
. from eight to twelve months in the
year. The ideal now being striven
Something For Nothing
Tounge Island, 8. C., "NOT/ 38, 191t,
. To get started with yon we matt?
yon the following ofter. Send ?a 91.6V
for 1,000 Frost Proof Cabbage Planta
growi.. in the open air ar d will stans
froozi??, grown from the Celebrated
Seed ot Bolgina & Son and Thornes*
. & Co., and I will send yon 1,000 Cab
bage Planta additional FREE, and yon
can repeat the order aa many time*
aa yon like. I will give yea ap?elas
I prices on Potato Seed and P?tate
Plants later. We want the account*
. of close buyers, largo and email. W*
ran supply all.
of your children nude at your
Keep a record of your Child,
?fill be a ireaswe in old ate.
Let us know
when to caD.
lor IK the well-trained, efficient, wo
man ageul lu every county employed
for th" eu tiru year. Now that tho
wort li of the work luis been estab
lished omi i> han beeu sufficiently
proved i hut lt cannot !*. successfully
done without close supervision all
the year round, it i.s our policy, for
the coming year, to get Just as many
counties un this basis ns possible re
gardless or any extension of territory.
In those counties, us rapidly as the
girls' work shall become well-estub
Ih'bcd and th?' agents efficiency prov
ed, demonstration work for women
"Itali be developed. It is Important
that this be dune as promptly as ls
consistent with thorough work so
that, a? fundtl become available from
the Smith-Lever hill for .he salaries
ot women agents, there shall be an ex
Irtencc ol practical well-established
lystem of Imme demonstration work
with tabulated results for* enough
counties io lu1 convincing au to the
soundness and worth of tho scheme.
Protecting the New Work.
The work done for girls shall he
the point of departure In the uctivi
tler planned for women's demonstra
tions because of the results already
obtulncd and the popularity of the
movement. The place of the county
woman agent has been firmly estab
lished. Hbo hus passed from the gar
den and poultry plant ou to the lawn
to set Up the canning outtlt; thence
to the pantry where the club mem
ber has stored her supply of choice
canned fruits und vegetables. She is
now a welcome visitor to the'kitchen
when! Incidentally she has advised
the girl's mother on many household
affairs. Her visits of instruction and
encouragement has established her
place in tho affections and confidence
of the home. The girls have increas
ed the supply of wholesome food by
means of the Karden, canning and
poultry; they have increased the In
come of tho farm home by their sales
of products. Many corn club boys
have begun the raising of stock. They
will furnish choice home cured meats.
The winter garden Is yielding tho.
variety of fresh vegetables heretofore
lacking in m.?ny southern farm
The plans now outlined must he
concrete and simple enough for im
mediate use, yet, must be part of u
continuous und comprehensive scheme
which will shortly afTcct evvry phase
of rural household activity In ways of
progress and wholesome living. They
mun utilize the material develop
ment, the Jp'ierest. tho spirit of co
operation, from the family and com
munity to the county and State, and
the self-help characteristic of all our
demonstration work. There must be
definite parts of the home demonstra
tion work tor the men and boya as
well as for the women and girls. The
men de tuon st rat ion agents and college
Instructors will continue to give vital
and generous help.
(a) Women io be enrolled In home
(b) Cndor direction ot the county
woman agent they will participate in
and teach their daughters the pre
paration of attractive dishes from
canning club, poultry club, and pis
club products and those of winter
gardens. This will shortly involve
demonstrations in other foods.? as
breads, otc, which tnould accompauy
the dishes made in way of forming
(c) Accompanying this use of club
products, the women will make de
monstrations In use of labor saving
devices gnd conveniences, many of
which shall be homo made. The
first obe of importance will bc a fire
less cooker In which many of the new
dishes will be prepare-'. As rapidly
as possible, these conveniences will
Invjolve both saving labor and im
proved ; unitary conditions of thc farm
home. Before long this will include
home water works . systems.
(d) Suggerted conveniences to be
made; fireless cookers, wheel trays,
fly traps, step-paving devices, and
convenience? for use tn care ot milk
(e) . Suggested conveniences to be
purchased; labor saving'cook Stoves,
devices for preparation of fruits nnd
vegetables, and cleaning devices.
Many conveniences of this kind have
already been given as prizes and club
members will wish to purchase others
with their garden profits.
(f) The county woman agents aili
encourage women demonstrators tn
find aud constantly extend to other?,
the beat methods and practices now In
use in their communities. By thia
means good, recipes, conveniences,
methods *Of work, already discovered
will become general.
(g) The carrying on of home de
monstrations will, shortly result in
meetings in the homes and schools, for
purposes of reporting work done and
allowing results. The need for clubs
and social features will be met from
time to time as has been done In the
Instructions will be furnished by
means of demonstrations, visits from
the conntv agent, circulars, letters,
and bulletins from State colleges and
the office of farm demonstration work.
These wi?! bc ts bsd in def.alt*
relation to the con rete development
of the demonstrations.
Thu exhibits of hoys' and girls* pro
ducts wilt this year bb accompanied,
by exhibits showing the progress of
the work outlined above.
Hew Mn Bat?s Get Bid of a Bad
"Some time agov i had a very bad
cough," writes i.ewis T. Mavis, Black
water. Pel. "My brother McCabe
Davis gave ue a small bottle of
Chamberlain's. Cough Bemedy. After
taking thia I bought half a dosen bot
tles of it but only used one of them as
the cough loft mc and 1 have not naen
troubled since." Obtainable every
Beeches Nearly Every Family
In This Town. Every Fam
ily lias J ts Wants. ::
"Your honor, we plead
guilty, as charged in the
Thus, plead Mr. C. M. Guest
ot thc Guest Paint Co. When
charged with painting the interior
of " The Anderson" theatre, which
is t<> be opened to the peopie of
Anderson this week.
"Furthermore, if this job is not
a good one, we don't know how
to do a good job; but we trust
that you will pardon us when we
say, that we think it a very good
job. Wc have been told by some
who have seen the interior of the
new theatre that the painting, and
interior decorating is as good as is
to Iv seen anywhere."
"Thc only way for you to tell
whether you like our job is to
conic to the "Anderson" theatre
at the reception this week, or at
tend the opening Friday night,
and then see it with your own
"If you don't like it
please tell us. If you do
like it-tell others."
"WE THANK YOU."
C. M. Guest Paint
ASKS AID TO END STATE
OF ANARCHY IN MEXICO
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE.) >B
pun a n om Carranza in regard to the
deportation of Caro:
"I ordered the expulsion of Jose
Caro, the socalled minister of Spain
to Mexico, for tho following reasons:
Angel Do Caso, a Spaniard who ha.)
lived for years in Mexico, has heeu
married to a Mexican woman, hus ha?
?iii?tlrcn born in the country, ls an
owner of real estate ami one of the
most Important accomplices of Fran
"Ho was by Villa's side at Chihua
hua, acted for a time as his confiden
tial agent to the United States and
finally accompanied Villa to Mexico
City. De Coso waa seriously Involved
in a series of murders and kidnapings
committed In Mexico City. His family
lived together with Villa's.
"Before Gutierrez. De Caco made/
himself appear as a confidential agent
of Spath. When Gutierrez left Mexico
City Dc faso went Into hiding and
when General Obregon entered he or
dered his arrest. De Caso sought re
fuge In the building ot the Spanish
Igation. I then ordered General Obre
gon to make request of Jose Caro, who
atyled himself charg? d'affairs of
Spoin, to surrender De Caso within 24
"Jose ('aro made solemn assurances
that Dc Caso was not In thc legation,
but having secured proof that he was.
I directed General Obregon to make a
search of the legation with the per
mission of Charge Caro. Caro opposed
this, pleading the Inviolability of the
building. . I could have ordered the
search, but wishing to avoid giving
any offense to the people and ('< >veru
ment of Spain. 1 limited my action to
requesting Caro leave the country.
"The Spanish government bad Min
ister cologna before Madero and when
lt afterwards recognized Huerta, Col
ogan continued in his position. The
government of Spain has not recog
nized the Constitutionalist government
nor were any letters cf recall present
ed by Colognn, The diplomatic char
acter of Caro is entirely Ignored. In
strict justice I could have taken more
severe measures without infringing
any principles, practices or courte
atoa nf an international clmraetor hut
as a mark of amity for the people, and
government of Spain, 1 confined my
self to re???f>?t?t'>'^ Caro to leave the
country. Caro' did pot < ven answer
any of the communications addressed
to him in regard to the De Caso inci
Don't ssiger! Get a dime pack
age of Dr. James' Headache
Vou can clear your head and relieve
a dull, splitting or violent throbbing
headache In a moment with a Dr.
James' Headache Powder. Thia old
time headache relief act* almoat magi
cally, end some one to the drug ?torc
how for a dime package and a.few mo
ments after yon. take a powder you
will wonder what became of the head
ache, neuralgia and palo. Stop suf
fering-it's needless. Bo sore you get
AT THE CHURCHES o
Thc Flr?t Presbyterian Church.
The services ut the First Presbyter
lan church will be at the usual hours
today. Tin* pastor will preach at ho?lt
services. Sunday school will convene
at 10 o'clock, under the superintend
ency of ruling elder, E. W. Drown. A
cordial welcome Is,- extended to the
public to worship nero Tho following
is the program for the morning hour:
Voluntary, Te Deum-Wilson.
Hyman by the choir and congrega
Scriptnrc nading and prayer.
Offertory, violin solo-Miss Nellie
Hymn, choir and congregation.
S?nnon by the pastor.
Solo-Miss Nelle Smith.
Hymn by the choir and congrega
Evening ( hoir Organized st First
The organization of an evening
fchoir at the First Presbyterian church
gives til?' promsie of most delightful
binging at thut church at the evening
hour for worship. Quito u large num
ber of the younger people of the
church aro in this new movement.
Rev. J. H. Gibboney. rector. Phone
Services for the Sunday called
8 u m. The Holy Eucharist.
10:15 a, m. Sunday school and Biblo
class. . . . ,w .
11:30 a. m. Morning prayer . and
4:110 p. n>- Even song and sermon.
Ash Wednesday. February J"**?. :
ll:0i? a. ni. Penitential ol' tho
Holy Ku.-lin ri si and sermon.
4 p. m. Evening prayer and ser
Thursday S p. m. Evening prayer
Friday 4 p. m. Children's evening
Centenary of Peace Observed at Grace
The one hundred years of Spence
between the United States and Great
Britain will bc observed at Grace
church on "Sunday afternoon with a
special service. This service of
thanksgiving has 'b+en prepared by
?the archbishop of Ruperstland, the
Most Reverend Sim?nel P. Matheson, i
D. D.. Metropolitan ahd Primate of al?
Canda, together with1' the presiding
bishop of the American church, the
Most Reverend Daniel S. Tuttle, D. D.
The following ls the order of service: ;
Processional Hymn-God of Our
The Peace Collects.. f
The Litany, nni?lchy Tallis.
Solemn Te Deum. - y .
Recessional-Rise, crowned with *
Ht. Joseph's Catholic Church.
" February 14th. The Quinqquugcsl
9:30 a. m. Sundav school.
10 a. m. Mass and sermon.
4:30 p. m. Germon and benedic
February 17. Ash Wednesday; the
first day of the Holy season of Lent.
7:30 a. m. Mass and the solemn
blessing and distribution of ashes.
7:30 p. m. Lenten services.
February 19, Friday's in Lent,
4:30 p. m. Stations ot the cross.
Public always cordially welcome to
all services. ' . ' . . . '
Central Presbyterian Church
Sunday school at 10:15 o'clock.
Morning service nt l! : 30.
Sermon: "Fighting for God."
Duct: "Be TboU Exalted," by Miss
Stranathan and Miss Elizabeth "Law
Night service at 7^30 o'clock. Ser
mon: "Fighting for Character."
Handel's Largon." hy Miss Johnson
and Mr. Macauley ,
Solo. "The King ot Love." by Miss
You are cordially Invited to worship
Sped tl Music at St. John's,
Tlie congregation of st. John's Meth
odist church alli hare a sps^r.l trent.
In the program of music which will
be given on Sunday. At the morning
service Mr?. C. R. * Mt Hon a Irl will,
sing. "Ninety and'Nino;** aha Mr J
Cooper will olav Scbub*rt'R ?VP Ma
ria, accompanied by Miss Annie Chap
man. At the afternoon service'Messrs.
Macaulay' and Cooper will play "?
Perfect Day." and Mr. Macaulay will
play a celo solo? "Melodie." by Mas-'
Benet, and Mr. Cooper "Tranmere!."
Orr ville Baptist Church.
Herman W. St oho. pastor. South
Main street. Sabbath school at 10 a.
m. E. M. Wood, superintendent.
Sermon at 11:15 ft. m. Lalltet? Mis
sionary Society at 3 p. m. Deacons
meeting atshome of Mr. J. A. Hays
at 3 p. m. Sermon 7 p. m. Pastor
preach at both hours. Midweek pray
er and praise service. Thursday
evening at 7:30 o'clock. Visitors add
strangers cordially Invited and wel
comed tn all the services.
A. R. P. Charra.
Sabbath school at 10:30 a. m. Saiu
? - ' vas called into God's Beryle? when
a child. God is calling for the ser
vice or us all whatever may h ?-oar age.
Preaching at 11:30 a. rn- and at 7:30
p. m. Come and let tm worship God
In His house. Bring your friend with
111 Hi aissBTMiti r i massai
"LEGAL ADVICE" ITEM
RETAINED BY HOUSE
Appropriation of $2,000 For
Governor's Office Carried by
Vote of 47 to 45
From Tho Stale.
Tho wnrm?sl debute of the present
serslon of the general assembly was ?
held last night in the house over tho |
$2,000 item in the general appropria- j
lion bill for legal advice for the gov- |
erner's office "If so much be neces
saiy." After sharp clashes of opln-!
ion between members, the house
reached a decision and retained the
item of ?'2.111)0 for legal advice for
the governor's olllce by a vote of 47
to 4."?. <:<?...
The controversy between*7 - ?Gp v.;
Manning and Attorney . General
Peoples over the appointment of 'an
assistant attorney general . W'dfr- re
viewed at length In the speeches. Mr.
Dick of "Sumte:* declared that mem
bers who wished to help Gov.''Man
ning carry out his program of'law
and order would voto in ttcvchf of giv
ing thc appropriation for legal" ad
vice, M -. .r-L :
Members who voted -in favor of
striking out thsHtem of*$2'.000 for }c
gal advice for tho governor, if BO
much be neceBsarv, were: Atkinson,
Barr, Iirrtlford, Carey, Chapman,.'
Cherry, Crum,., DcsChatu,ps. ^utthttm,!
Ktheredge, Graydon, Hammond, Hub
hard. King, Lone. Leland, leslie.
Lynch. McKeown, J. M. Mar tip, Mas
r.ey, Means, Melfl.- Momeier. Moore,
Muldrow. N'unn, Reid, '.livers. L. M.
Rogers. W. S. Rogers. Jr.. Searson.
Senseney. Shuter, Traylor, J. F. Wal
ker. Jr.. Wallace, White. Williams,
Wingan!. Workman. Wright-15,
Members who voted against strik
ing cult the Item of $2,000 tor legal
advice for the governor, if so much
be necessary, were: Speaker Hoyt.
Arnold, Beckett. Berry, Bolt, Bowles.
J. W. Boyd. TJ. D. Boyd, BurnB.
Charles. \Clement, Cothran, Dantzler.
Dick, Durst. Friday, Fripp, Goggans,
Harper. W. W. Harris. Hawkins, Huff
man, Hutchinson. Hutto. Jackson,
Jdhnstone, J. T. Liles, Mcinnes, Mc
Laurin, McMahon, Malpasa. A. M.
Martin. Mills. Moise, Morrison. Mow
er, Oxncr, Pegues, Kuery. Robinson,
R:\Eh. Shirley. Toole, Vam, Wagnou,
J. L. Walker; West-r47.
First Baptist Church.
Teachers prayer aervice at 9:45
Sabbath school at 10. Dr. A. LJ
Smethers, superintendent. Public
worship at 11:30. Sermon by the pat
tor. Rev. John F. Vines. Subject, "A
Good Soldier of'Jesus Christ:'* Meet :
Ins of the Y. W. A. In the Senior Pa
raca room nt 4.
? Wednesday, 7:00. Teachers meet
ing. Prayer and praise service at ?.
Subject,' "Serving the Lord." Scrip
ture reading ll Cor. 9:1-65. The fol
lowing brethren are asked to make six
minute talks on the topic assigned:
"Serving tho Lord Grudgingly"-L.
"Serving the Loni Cheerfully"-J.
"Serving the Lord Thankfully"-E^
Friday 4, lucetlng of the Chrltstan
Growth Club in basement. The lesson
wilt be chapters 5 and 6 in the mission.
Thc public is cordially Invited to
attend and worship with ns at all
Premier Carrier of the South in Con?
ncction with Blue Ridge, From
Anderson, 8. C.
$17.00 CIuclnnatl,j,0l?i'i. . |
And return .account v of ?Kationat*
Educational Association. .Tickets on
sale February 20, 21 and. J nd, with
return limit March 3rd, iCDtnn i
$4.30 tits riot (e, 'S. C. j ??J
And retprn .account . ofj/1^0?men?5
Missionary Movement. ,,,Ticked on
Bale Febsuary 14th and 15th..>v.Hhi re
turn limit February 22nd,?lMf?L. ?|
$1&S5 Tampa, Fiji; [j
And return account of Cascarilla
Carnival. Tickets on salo;T-eMdary
9th to 15th, with return linut.|Feoru
sry 26th. By payment' of ;.|t,0fL; oi
tension will be granted ua$ ^rob
16th. ... -,0t .jqj
$15.00 Mobile, Ala.
And return account of Mardi Gras
Celebration. Tickets on salo Febru
ary 9th to If.th -with return limit
February 26th. By payment of $1.00
extension will be granted until March
$19Sd Kew Orleans, l u.
And return account of Mardi Gras
Celebration. Tickets on sale Febru
ary 9th to 16th,.wtth return limit
February iCW?. By payment ot $1.00
extension wit be granted on tickets
until March 1. th.
$14A? P?satela, Fla.
And return account of Mardi Gras
Celebration. TickeU on saw Febru
ary 9th to 15tb, with return limit
February 26th. By payment of $1.00
extension will b* granted until
March 15th. i.
For complete information, tickets
and pullman reservation call on ticket
agent, or write.
W. li. Taber. T. P. A.
Greenville, 8. C.
W. B. McGco. AOPA.
Colombia. S- C.
Increase your chance to share in our profits.
If you have bought a Ford since August . 1st,
help us to sell your friends. Remember, i<
we sell and deliver 300,000 new Fords p?fore
next August, you'll get your share of frotri -S40
' . ? ? ?'Mt SJ .? rj. ?
tO 560. " - '<Af*,y
Ford Sedan $975; Coapelet $750; Town
Car $690; Touring Car $490; Runabout. $440.
Fully equipped, f. o. b. Detroit.
On display and sale at
TODD AUTO SHOP
ls ?hat makes our business good. You may gala a little here?
there and yonder, but taking our goods all the way through, from
month to month, yon will lind that the quality sad pr?c? Tconnot be
We ran supply your table with more good things to,eut than nay
store in Anderson. . t?aoU .6
In ndditlon to everything you call for In table luxuries',''vre have
Hog and Heef Brains, Liver Sausage, Spare Ribs, Pork ('hops and
Souse Meat, LIrer, Veal Chops and Steaks.-- ' .. V ?
Pork Sausage, Hambergcr and Frankfurters, West Faint Oys
ter? nnd Fresh Fish. <
LIVE AM? DRESSED POULTEY.
You can help ns by 'phoning In your order early ?very; atora.
lng. . - - -'
W. A. POWEJl
il? SOUTH MAIN
SAM HARPER, Manager.
Independent Trips ?
Tours One Way Through She Panama
Canal and Special Train Ov?rland
TO THE 1 '
DURING . .;
?June- ?July - Aiififus
Seaboard Air Line Railway
Thu Tours will consume 2G to 50 days. Pullman and stateroom j
berths; dining car and steamship meals;-the highest class hotels ;
on American plan, existing Los Angeles and San Francisco where .
rooms only are furnished; attractive sightseeing and side-trips.
Many Diverse Routes
including Denver, Colorado Springs, Cripple f/reei^PIkVs Peak,
Royal Gorge, Salt Lake City, Yellowstone National Park, ?rand
Canyon of Arisona, Orange Groves of Southern Californio, Sun
Diega, Los Angeles, Coast of California, San Francisco, Portland,
Seattle, Paget Sound, Victoria. Vaae?aver, ' the Cn^ilan jRoeky
Monntalns, St. Paul and Chicago.
All Trains equipped with.. Al JU STEpL r ullman drawing '.
room, stateroom compartment and observation cars ;fi>ud' diners foi ;
yn e?cpisivB usc o? nur iv-; th? estire t,-^,,;Persona!!y ?
conducted and satisfactory chaperoned. Ladles pi|sjcorted as- j
sured of every, attention. f?
thc highest class of service and the MBEST?OP EVERY.
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Write-for booklet and detailed information, nti
GATTIS* TOURIST AGENCY
J ' ' ? kt .. .. . . . V - ;
Tourist Agents, S. A. L. Ry. Raleigh, N. C.