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FRESH FISH AND OYSTERS
We have a fine layout in Fresh Trout, King Mackerel and
West Point Oysters.
If you want something fin? in Fresh M?ats f **
? we can supply you.
All Fork Sausage.'.... tee, 2 lbs 3*c
Very best Steak?.lae lb
Cheaper Steak? at.li l-2c lb
Fine Mixed San ?age.15c lb, 2 for Sic
Frosh Trout and Klug Mackerel .... .15c and ?Dr lb
West Pelttt Oysters, none so good.,..'Hie qt
Try a sack of ear Self-Rising Flour. It ?111 tickle your fancy.
10 lb? Lard, the kind that satisfies.?1.00
We ?ell yon the freshest and the best of ever?Hiing just a little
We are not patting anybody out of business, but we are getting
KEROSENE OIL.Mc per gallou
In order to get oil DELIVERER at 10c you must buy something
THE SPOT CASH GROCERY
Phone 181. J. P. NOBLETT, Mgr. 121 N. Main
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see* a clerk footing
bills you can now
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THE BANK ACCOUNT
Is the first step,towards success.
Makes you independent.
Protects your family in emergencies.
Gives vou standing in the community.
Is an ever present help in time of need.
Start one with us at once.
Interest paid on deposits.
FARMERS & MERCHANTS BANK
FARMERS LOAN & TRUST CO.
GALeMEL IS MERCURY? IT SICKENS!
ACTS ON LIVER LIKE DYNAMITE
"DoteM's Um 1m" Starts Yrar Uwr
Bitter Tim CatoMUri
Silin!? or Make Yon Sick.
Listen to mel Take nd moro sick,
citing, sali vating calomel when bilious or
constipated. Don't los? a dey'a work*
Calomel ia mercury cr/ Quicksilver
which calli"* necrosis of the hon?*.
Calomel, whvn it come* icto contact
'With sour bile rranhe* into it. breaking
it np. Thia is when yon feet that awful
nausea, and cramping. *lf you are slug
gish snd "ill knocked out," if year
'fiver la'torpid and bowels ?onatlpated
or yon huxp headache, di zr ti rp ea, costed
tongue, if breath i* bad or BtoniHeh mir
just, take * 'apoonfitl of harmless Dod
4?||L^:.V?2J' Tone oo voy gu?rante:.
r Heises my iruararitee--Ro to ana? drug
atom ?nd get a 50 cent bottle of Dod
son's Liver Ton;-. Take a spoonful to
night and lt" '* doesn't straighten .you
right np und n;?ke you feel fine and
vigorous by morning I want yon to go
bock to the store and get your mo:<ey.
DodeonV Liver Tone, ia destroying the
asUJ o' calomel because if la rest liver
medicine; entirely vegetable, therefore it
can not salivate or muk.- you *iek. ,,
1 guarantee that one ap?*onful of Dod
?s?nV Liva r Tone will put your alwjfigm
liver to work an'd Hean your bow?sBw
that sour bile und constipated 'waste
which ia clogging your system ?nd mak
ing yoil feel miserable. I guarantee teat
stehst?? of IVoilion'* Liver Ton?? wi?l
k?vp your entire family feeling tine for
months. C.ive. it to vonr children. Tt is
lumntrsa: doesn't gripe anil" ?hey- like ita
j piratant tai te.
k \\lu>i? ^CH l ////>//v
Nev/ York Cotton.
NEW YORK. March 1?--Cotton
was quiet today and prices fluctuated
within a range of 6 or 7 points, closing
steady and after opening steady at
unchanged prices to an advance of
2 points, tile local market eased off
under scattering liquidation, some
southern selling and moderate local
' Predictions that tomorrow's ginning
figures would Indicate a yield con
siderably in excess of the govern
ment's estimate lint crop of 15.966.
000 bales, probably inspired some of
tba selling. At no time, however,
was there any aggressive and airer
showing a net IOBS of about G to 6
points, the market rallied on' cover
ing by early seller.-, and scattered
buying which may have been inspired
by the comparatively heavy spin
ners' takings for thc week.
Cotton futures closed steady:
Open high low close
March.-8.63 8.61 8.61
May....8.00 8.90 8.83 8.83
July.*.. .. ..9.19 9.19 y.12 9.ir?
October.9.49 9.49 .9.42 9.46
December. .. 9.66 9.67 9.60 9.64
Spot cotton quiet; middling up
lands 8.95: no sales.
New Orleans Cotton.
NKW ORLEANS. March 19.-Cot
ton was affected today by bearish talk
concerning acreage. In thc early trad
ing prices were 2 points over yes
terday's close, but the market grad
ually fell off until lt stood 5 to 6
points under yesterday's last fig
ured. The close was at a net loss for
the session ot 1 to 2 points.
Sports of 275,105 bales fe?- thc
week were larger than expected, and
this. Together with the mill takings of
331,000 bales for thc week as com
pared with 274,000 this week last
year, gave the market a steady tone
toward the close.
Much bearish comment was caused
by the shipping situation and the fear
the Mediterranean ports would be
closed to cotton.
Cotton futures closing: March 8.4.'t;
May 8.63; July 8.85; October 9.17;
Spot cotton steady. 12 points off.
Middling 8.25; Sales on the spot, 1,
420 bales; tb arrive 9.50.
LIVERPOOL. March? 19.-Cotton,
spot, easier; good middling 5.61;
middling 5.27: low middling yt.87.
Sales 10,000; speculation and export
2,500. Receipts 39.000.
- Future3 barely steady. May-lune
5.18; June-July 5.23; July-August
5.29; October-November ' 5.42 1-2;
January-February 5.51 1-2.
NEW YORK. March 19.-Cotton
goods were slightly firmer lu pri
mary markets today. Yarns quiet.
Wools firm and high as a rule. Silks
Cotton Seed Oil.
>iEW YOFJX, March 19.-Cotton
seed oil was lower today, final priced
showing a net IOBB of 5 to 15 points.
Liquidation was general, prompted.by
gradual realization cf the magnitude
of Ahis ?year'a crush, coupled with
the break in lard and selfing by re
finers. Buying was largely ?or south
ern account. Sales 22.600.
The markets closed steady. Spot
6.60-^id; March 6.60?6.75? April
6.67? 6.73; .May 6.75? 6.77; June
firstname.lastname@example.org; . July 6.99@7; August
7,0907.10; September email@example.com;
Weekly Cotton Report.
NEW ORE. March 19Y-Cotton has
advanced thus week with July and
later deliveries making new high sea
sonal records on steadiness of south
ern spot market, Liverpool's strength
and continued ta'k of prospects for a
much reduced . crop next season.
October contracts have sold st 9.Cl,
or about $3.80 above the low level of
March 1, and very nearly 2 cents a
pound above the low point reached
Realizing checked the advance to
ward the end of the week. Talk o!
increased southern spot offerings and
Increased estimates of the crop ac
companied tho reaction. Compara-,
tlvely large sales In southern spot
markets have peen attributed to in
creased derna'*J for export before
the "blockade" of Germany becomes
effective, but activity and firmness of
Liverpool has encouraged predictions
of continued large taking* by the Al
Meanwhile increasing activity of
domestic milli luis found a reflection
In the recent supply snd distribution
report of the census bureau sbowlng
February consumption In excess of
last year. While it is anticipated
that tomorrow's ginning returns' will
be in lind with larger estimate* of
the yield, bullishly disputed traders
have seemed to fear no material pres
sure trota the indicated surplus, pro
viding now crop developments show
t':e expected reduction in seres ge and
More cotton hsd recently been ar
riving here from the sont', snd Ute
local warehouse stock of over 124.
000 balee pctnU to increased deliv
eries on contrae;.
NEW vol Mardi 1.?.-filia's to
From every part of tbs country
the reports are Of tradi Improvement
which, though slow and conservative
Bervt.-s to reduce the m.irgiu rf de
ficiency in production and oemand
and to bring ?he volume of troiipac
tion8 closer to normal. Prospects of
an early spring promote retail dis
trlbutloo and ;itlmulato the movement
of lumber and other buildiug ma
terials with premising condition* of
more general construction work.
Activity in shipyards continue. The
iron and steel trade fairly maintains
its recent rate of gain.
In the textile markets there is a
steady Improvement both in whole-'
sale and retail lines, bi't th? bus
iest milts are those occupied chiefly
with foreign orders. The st.oe trade
ls more quiet. Wheat, corn ar.d oats
vaccinate in price and activity with
the changes In crop prospects ind |
export demands. Winter wheat cpu-,
ditlons give promise of another lieavv
yield. There is increasing Hrengtii 1
in the financial position of the coun
try and exports continue heavy.
. Business conditions in this coun
tr yare -remarkably good, considering
the fact that tile whole world is in
Bank clearings for the week aggre
gate $2,683,726,731, a loss of 5,5 per
cent from the same week last year
and 6.3 per cent from the cor
responding week In 1913.
Business failures for the week
number 537. against 532 lojt week
with 347 in the like week last year.
NEW YORK. March '.!?.-Stocks
today recovered more of lita ground
lost early this week, the .11? with a
few unimportant exceptions showing
marked strength. Deri-?on of the lan
don stock exchange to lim:,; American
Hiiaros on Us Hst down to the mini
mum established here WM? without
the unfavorable effect anticipated in
some quarters, a moderate demund
for American stocks being reported
(laina embraced all leading issues^
although United States Steel and
l'nmn Pacific were relatively back
ward. Advances In the coppers were
ii oat substantial on announcement of
a slight advance In the price of thc
metal Automobile issues were more
active and several specialties closed
with gains of 2 to 3 poui?i.
Bethlehem Steel was she center of
lutcrest, however, rising almost t*
5 peints on total dealings of 38,000
rhares. There were rumors that the
directors of the company arc ron?
tempiatlng some new fimmctni; in
volving a stock dividend or bonus on
the common shares.
Exchange marketa as a whole were
Total sales of stocks 261,400
Weakness of New York Central,de
benture O's and ether speculative le
slies -were features of thc bou.l mar
ket The total sales (par value* ag
r ni ted States bonds unchanged on
CHICAGO. March 19.-After show
ing decided strength most of the day,
wheat today underwent a sharp set
back, accompanied by " disturbing
bearish rumors about a crisis said to
have beeb reached between Austria
and Italy. Closed unsettled 1-8 to 3-8
under last night. Corn finished a six
eenh o a qusrer down; oas 1 1-2 off
to a shade advance, and provisions at
a loss of 5 to 20022 1-2.
Grain and provisions close :
WHEAT-May 1.56; July 1.23 5-8.
CORK-May 74 1-8; Jully 76 1-8.
OAT8-May 60 3-8; July 55.
CASH GRAIN-Wheat, No. 2 red.
1.59 ?-2? 1.60 l-l; Np. 2 hard, 62
Corn. No. 2 yellow, 74 1-2075.
'CHICAGO. March 19.-Hogs weak.
Bulk 6.7506.85; light 6.6066.85;
mixed 6.6006.85; heavy 6.3506.85;
.ough 6.3506.50; pigs 5.5006.70.
Cattle weak. Native steers 5.80?
8.65; cows and heifers . 3.25(?J 7.75;
Sheep-strong. Sheep t U08.11;
yearlings 7. 55:9.15; lambs .60010.
First-get the name down pat-then
buy lt of your druggist. Juet the vary
best thing for constipation, sick head
ache, sour stomach, lazy liver, slug
gish constipated bowels4 TM pleas
antest, surest, nicest laxative you ever
used. Tastes good-Itk lemonade.!
Acts promptly, without pain or i
nausea. Gives yeo the most satisfac
tory flushing you have 'ever hal !
Mit FORMS OF INTERCHANGE, i
ABLE ~S!?.EAGE AND FENNY
hCKfP KOOKS GOOD FOR INTRA
STATE PASSAGE IN 80CTH CAR
Effective Saturday. March 20th.
1919, all Interchangeable mileage and
Peuny erip booka, forms Z, ZZ. SIM
?nd Penny Scrip (regardless of date,
purchased) will be good within limit,
fer Intrastate lourney* in South Car
olina by exchsnge coupons st- ticke*
windows for , passage tickets in sc
eordaace with contract nud tariff pro
.Seaboard Air Uar Railroad,
Carolus. Atlantic & Western Ky
Charle, ton & Weston Carolina Rf?
Colombia, Newberry ? Laurens Ry.,
Atlantic Coast Line 7aft>>R*.
News From Seneca
Another Heep Well For Se no? II.
SENECA, March ll?. -A contract
for another deep well for the town
of Seneca ha? been let to'Mr. J. J.
Willianutou. nod work began on it
yesterday, lt I? being drilled on tho
corner of Main street near tit?' Citizens
Rank, lt is thought that Ike well will
not be more titan ISO feet deep. It will
be a great convenience to those in
that end of the town.
Popular Young Couple to Wed.
lt hus been publicly announced that
Miss Mae Hamilton and Mr. Fi. I).
Neill are to be married in the Pres
byterian church here, on April LM.
Mia? Hamilton ls the daughter r.r Mr
W. C. Hamilton, one of the most
successful business men in this sec
tion of tin; country. She is a young
woman of many charms and much
good sense, and justly populur with
all classer, ages in colors, in Seneca.
.Mr. Neill is one of the proprietors of
the Seneca Garage, but until recently
wag the accommodating baggage mau
at the depot here. In that capacity he
made friends with tito public gen
erally hy bia agreeable service. These
young people have the good wishes
of everybody lu Seneca for their hap
piness In their new life.
On last Sunday MIBB Rosie Dlack
and Mr. Leo Dickson were married at
the lu.nie of the bride's parent-s, Mr.
and Mrs. J. p. Black. The ceremony
was performed by the Rev. Jas. Ma
Miss Lucy Harbin und Mr. Robt.
Sanderj were married Ut the home ol
Mr?. Ella Whitten, sister or the bride,
Friday night, in Anderson. Mrs.
Sanders ID a daughter of Mr. J. A.
Harbin of thc Shiloh section of this
county, and Mr. Sanders baa lived
near Walhalla for a number of years.
A Number of Deaths.
Mr. John W. Hunter. 86 years of
age, died at his home in the Retreat
section of the county. He was a mem
ber of a large and intluentlul family
of Oconee county.
Mrs. C. lt. McGuflln died at the
home of her father. Mr. 'j, S. Den
ny, in thc Oki Liberty section of this
county last Thursday morning. She
was 26 years of agc and had been a
sufferer from Brights disease for souie
time. Mrs. McGufflu ls survived by
her husband and three small child
Thc friends In this county of Mr.
W. H. Cary, of Honea Rath, will be
jorry to learn, that he is critically
Mr. and MrB. (i. W. Glgnilllst and
Miss Sue Oignlllist have returned
from an extended visit to Miami and
other points in Southern Florida.
Miss Winges, who has been visiting
MisB Norma GlgnilliBt bas returned
to her home in St. Matthew?.
Mrs. W. H. McClellon, of Wood
bury, Ga., ls visiting relatives In
Oconee County. Mrs. McClellon ls a
ulster of Mrs. John W. Dapls of
Walhalla. Mrs. Arthur Imvls of
Greenville visited relatives In this
community latt Sunday.
Miss Mary Julia Shanklin. of An
derson ls visiting her grandmother,
Mrs. Julia Shanklin near here.
Mrs. Ed. Adams, who bas been
vi3lting Mrs. J. W. Strlbbling, has
returned to her home in Hartwell.
Mr. J. S. Robinson went to Madi
Mr. W. O. Hamilton lias been in
Atlanta this week on business.
Horace Wood and Willie Austin,
cadets at Clemson College got home
for the day, Thursday, on account ot
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Our Sunday school ls progressing
nicely now. with Mr. Clarence Wil
son as superintendent. Mr. Hamp
Hicks, clerk, and Miss Aurie No ison,
Mrs. W. H. CronBhaw and little
children, ''ha'ies and Nan, and Mr3.
Ellen Jenk'uS, all of Pendleton, and
Mr.;. .Motile Gillespie were visiting
Mr*and Mrs. Lawrence* Craig of
Central last Wednesday. ?
A goodly number of our young peo
ple, and cider ones too, enjoyed a
nice singing st Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Gillespie's last Wodncsday night.
Mrs. C. E. Wilson and little chil
dren vidted Mrs. W. H. Hicks, last
Mr. W. G. Wilson and daughter,
Mise Leila, visited the former's sister,
Mrs. R. W. Nelson last Tuesday.
Walkcr-McElmoyle and Bishop's
Branch played ball last Friday after
noon, a great roany of our younger
set went to McElmoyle to nee the
game. They reported Ute game'to be
6 to ll in favor of McElmoyle.
MTB. Nannie White and little
daughter, Leon, spent Tuesday with
Mrs. P. C. Gillespie, and her mother,
Mrs. Jane Evatt.
Mrs. E. Tr Arnold spent one day
last week with Mrs. Ara Evern.
Mr. W. S. Norris and little daugh
ter, Lois, attended Sunday school" at
this place last- Sunday.
The people of this community Were
very <aorry to learn of Mr. Lode
White's sad accident. While riding h
horse to water last Friday, lt became
frightened sad he was thrown to the
ground, breaking his right ankle. He
is reported to be getting on exceed
ingly well under the skUlful atten
dance of Dr. Beorden. of Central. S.
The grain erupa are certainly look
ing pretty since the weather has got
ten a little wanner, and we hope, if lt
is the will of our Master, that every
farmer who, has grain sown, will make
a bountiful crop.
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Evatt and lit
tle son. D. C.. spent last Wednesday
night with the former's mother, Mrs.
M. J. RMiU.
Defeat Ceorg. \ *\ieh.
ATLANTA, Ga.. March 18-The
R?galo Federals defeated the Georgia
Tech baseball team here today, g to
0, fn ?even innings. Schula and
Woodman pitched for Bogalo.
This is tl
for yourself, if you seek men, if yoi
fixtures, equip- mcnt.
Twenty-five words or let?, One Tl
Sis 'finies $1.00.
All advertisement over twenty-five
word. Rates on 1,000 words to I
No advertisement taken for loss t
If your name appears In "be tolei
your want ad to 321 and s bill will 1
WASTED TO BELL-Sandy Spring*,
kural Water Works, supplies
farms with water for stoek und
home. No rains and no pumps.
Erected by manufacturers. For
price* and? lu format ion. apply, to
Rochester & Sr'.lb. Sandy Springs,
WANTED-Fe* H. 1er! boarder* at
219 West WlUtnci Streut, next door
to Opera House, 3-18-3tp
WANTED-Reg?, lar customer? for
pure sweet, ni!.k. Two deliveries
daily. Phone 4805. Bonham O'Neal.
WANTED-At once, live or six room
cottage near court house or on car
linc. Address, giving particulars
and rent price per month, "E" care
WANTED-To hire a horso and bug
gy to usc several days for light
driving in the country. Horse will
be well fed and taken cure of. Ad
dress A. H. C., care The Intelli
I WANTED-To correspond. confi
dentially, with anyone deslrlous of
becoming permanently cured of the
morphine or whiskey habit. The
KEELEY INSTITUTE, COLUM
BIA, 8. C. Box 76.
WANTED-An erperlenced trimmer
cupable of taking. charge of mil
linery department and earning good
salary. Age 25 to 30 years, single.
Address "Trimmer" care Intelli
[WANTED-The privilege to cure
tobacco users at home. I5.C0 buys
the cure.- Information if desired.
THE <:3ELEY INSTITUTE, CO
LUMBIA, S. C., Box 75.
WANTED-A reliable representative
in every community ta act as agent
for Th0 Intelligencer. Liberal com
missions paid. Apply The Anderson
Intelligencer. , 2-28tf.
FOR RENT-Store recently occupied
by Thc Intelligencer Jcb Printing
Department, if interested in n fine
stand "and good proposition,' apply
to The Intelligencer. ;* 3-13-tf
I nm the man to fix your teeth
so you can eat the pie that I put
In the Piedmont Belt.
I make platea at $6.50
I make gold crowns at$4.00
Silver fillings, 50c and np.
Gold fittings $1.00 and np
Painless Extracting 40k:,
I make a specialty of frosting
Pyorrhea. Alveolarls of the gums
and all crown and bridge work
and regulating mal formed teeth.
AU work guaranteed first-class.
S. G. BRUCE
THE LITTLEST GIRL WWUtttBB
that comes into tuts market with
an order from her mother gets lust
as good meat ss the mother would
WE DONT HOKE OFF
THE POOHED (TTS
en anybody; no matter how little
sonar* deal market, with square
they know of meats. This is a
'" deal methods.'
THE LILY WHITE MARKET.
Phones 694 and 69S.
J. S. Lindsay. Prop.
> gone. Tomorrow does not ex
)DAY is the day of Opportunity.
lie coloumn of opportunities. Read
it-if you seek a broader opening
j want to buy or sell machinery,
ma 26 cents, Three Times 60 cents,
i words promts for each additional
De used In a month made on appll
han 26 cents, caab In cd vance. .
thone directory you can telephone
>e malled after ita Insertion for
FOR KALE-Stied Piano used only
a short time, good ns new. Cheap'
for casli. Write Plauu, care In
FOIt SALE-Can? nuOd. Mixed cur of
new rccleuned seed received today,
botli amber and orange, also car ot
Fet?rita. Furman Smith, Seedsinan,
l'bone 404. ,
THE BUY STOVE WOOD w, sell is
certainly giving thc best of satis
faction. How do we know? Hy the
repeating orders from satisfied cus
tomers. Stove wood cut any
length. B. N. Wyatt. Phone 182.
Mininer*, pennants and badges. At
tractive* designs for field day ex
ercises and commencements; mad'
to order. Also diplomas, certifi
cates, medals. claHs pins. Teach
ers' Supply Co., Greenwood. S. C.
YOU CAN SAVE money by haying
your bicycle, motorcycle, kev:;,
locks or go-carts repaired by Gates
?? Smith, Phone 193, 130 West
Whitner street. '
DAY "OLD CHICKS-12 1-2. lac. Reds.
Plymouth Rocks and ordinary
chicks. 100 ol? every Monday; Salo
delivery guaranteed. Phone 84?, or
write Room 6, U9 1-2 X. Main St
WHEN the inner man calls for some
thing to eat-como to the "i.ittlo
Gem- Cafe, No. 128 W. Whltnor
street, where you will find what
you want and at the right price. . J.
E. Derrick, Propr.
BUCK-EYE BARBER SHOP-Hair
cut 16c, shave 10. Rest service. Sat
isfaction guaranteed. C. A. McClain,
TE ACH K US-Enroll now for fall
!terms. Calls coming In daily now.
grade and high schools. Guaranteed
service. Three, agencies, one en
i rollment. Sheridan Teachers' Agon*
DR. J. E. WATSON
Office In Llgon & Ledbettcr Building.
North Kain Street.
Ofllce Phone 210.
Residence Phone 386.
TAXPAYERS TAKE NOTICE*
The time for paying taxes will bo
out April 1st., and I have published
a Hst of Anderson School Districts
No. 17. which have not been paid.
Now If you fail to call for your poll
tax when you pay your taxes lt will
cost you $S.oo so if you fail to pay,
do not blame your auditor.
Preachers and School Trustees aro
liable for poll tax.
NOTICE TO THE TOWNSHIP
BOARD OP ASSESSORS
Please send In your, little book by
the I9tb instant, BO that I can notiry
the parties whoso ?property assess
ment has beeu . raised over one hun
The Town- nip Bpard of Assessors
will meet ir my office at I2*hoon Fri
day, March ?6th, 1915. But be sure to
send in the little books at once.
tSlgned) W1N8TON SMITH.
Auditor ot 'Anderson County.
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Dime Savtngs Bank,
anderson. S. C., will be held st their,
banking house on Tuesday, the Gili
dsy of April, 1916, at 4 o'clock p. m.
J. D. BROWN.
. i President.
Anderson. S. C.
March 4. 1915
Will Retain Franchise.
' CHICAGO. March 19.-Kansai' City
will retain its franchise in the Fed
eral League for the lftir. season, ac
cording to a s-*x>ry publ'.'ihsvl hero
today. President Gilmore, the stnry
said, wa j attempting to peraunri<- In
dianapolis to give up its franchise
in favor.of Newark. X. J., to which
city the''?Causas City franchise wu?
transferred-: Backers c. the
Kansas City olub as a result of the
?.nnsfer filed snit'against. Voe league,,