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Chisholm, Trowbridge & Suggs
New Theatre Building. W. Whittier St.
COLE. L. BLEASE JNO. B. ADGER MULLALLY
Colombia, H. C. A ml cr ?on, H. V
(Milers 751 ?. Whittier Ht, .
_Telephone His, Anderson, H. V._
Bookkeeping and Penmanship
\ . or *
Stenography and Typewriting
PERRY BUSINESS COLLEGE
Greenville, S. C.
FOR SALE CHEAP
(care Anderson intelligencer)
ANDERSON, S. C.
STATE OF SOL
Department ot Agriculture,
E. J. WATSON
"Sold tue purc bred P. C. boar
pig at ?12.60 tlirough your bureau.
The bureau of marketing certalnlly
nil i u lung felt want." So write? the
proprietor of a farm in northern
"Allow me to thank you for adver
tising by brabham peas in your
bureau ballet in. I gold out al on..-e
and am still Kelling orders. Only
wish I had more to se'l." So writes
a farine rln Fairfield county,
a farmer In Fairfield county.
Thc abov. quotations from letter.;
received this week merely go to ad
vise tlie public that the bureau is still
leeoinplislilng the purpose of its or
ganization in acci. -ding to the people
of this State Irrespective of where
they live a medium through which
they can cither dispose of or pur
chase surplus products of tit,, farm
and do so readily.*
I*ur<ng the past week a man who
had listed things on one or two oc
casions with the bureau complained
that he had never had an Inquiry for
thc goods he had offered and he had
never had a want ot his filled. This
was theifirat ca?e of the kind that the
bureau lia? encountered and an inves
tigation brought out the very obvious
fact that the correspondent wanted
to buy at a price below what any
body wanted to soil and wanted to
sell at a price above which anybody
wanted to buy. This prompts the
bureau to ndvis,, ail persons making
tiBc of it to make offer:? ot prices
that compete with the general market
condition and when they make offer
to purchase do likewise.
Tho run of wants and offerings
this week have been extremely
varied, .'main home raised meats,
such a) bama appear in the list of
reasonable figures, und a new phase
of the offerings is represented in a
number of articles the result of wo
Among the wants and offerings of
the week are tho following:
Aberdeen-AngUB bull calf, three, to
?ix months old. must be pure.
Second hand 1914 model Harley
'IO or 3.1 good fresh milk cows.
Cotton patch peas and Brabham
11 er. s. -,
On? choice two year old white Hol
H&d cob aeed corn and pure Brab
Choice smoked ham sides and
shoulders from young hogs, prices
hams, 20c per lb.; sides 18c; shoul
der lac;' also lard at lue per lb.
Five Berkshire pigs, four months
old. 18.00 each.
_>00 bushels ot pure Cleveland Cot
ton Seed. 81.00 per bushel.
'.10 pounds nice cured and dry ham
I Tlie Bell Telephone
j Builds Business
j I George W. Perkins says: "The first requisite for doing
?I business it to be able to get at a customer. The more cus
tomers you can readily get at the more business you can do."
! j As it is "the minci that does business" and "the telephone
11 gives the mind wings/' you can do more business by tele?
phone than in any other way, because you can reach more
j customers. And you reach them in a personal voice?to-voice
J manner, that builds business.
Do You Make Full Use of the Telephone in Your Business?
. CJ?OI SOUTHERN BELL T?L?PHONE
^J8^ AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY
. ????? .. - . .< ,
, Commerce and Industries
i of Information
weighing IC tn 20 pound i each. 18c
Ono each, male and fenwai' unre
lated Berkshire pig?, seven mouths
old. $25(00 each
White Indian Runner . Duck eggs,
.VI."'" per setting. '
10 bushels whit,. Turlington seed
corn, |1.SO per bushel.
Eggs for hatching frotn prize win
ning barred Plymouth Hocks, $'(.00
Kudzu roots at 2.">c per dozen.
Silver laced Wyuudotte eggs. $1.50
One-half ton muriate of potash, or
will exchange for equal value in 8*3
Silver Laced Wyandotte eggs, $1
10 bushels of pure King cotton
seed, picked and ginned so as to pre
serve the purity, 75c per bushel.
Silver Laced Wyandotte eggs,
$2.00 foi* fifteen.
To exchange cotton seed for peas.
.">0 bushels Weber long staple cot
ton seed, 7 ? c. per bushel.
.10 'bushels Yandi vers heavy fruiter
cotton seed. 75c per bushel.
5<"t bushels Mexican Big Boll cotton
aeed, 75c per bushel.
Silver Laced Wyandotte eggs,
$1.00 for fifteen.
Poland China hogs, 1 boar two
years old, weighs 400 pound';. $10.
One boar 7 months old.- $20.uo.
Two gilts 7 months old, $20 each.
Several plg3. 10 weeks old. $10.00
Eggs for hatchin gfrom mottled An
conas, $1.25 for f if Ken.
Fjbode Island Red cockerels, $1.50
Celery plants, 20 for 25c; gray
and blue violet plants. 2 dozen for
25c; canna bulbs, IS for 25c;
Chrysanthemum plants, 15c per doz.;
walnuts, $1.00 per bushel. .
Will take orders for crotched or
Duroc Jersey boars, registered,
immuned to cholora.
The Junior Phllatheas or the First
Presbyterian church will have a cake
sale Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock
at Owl Drug store.
;: OPEN NOSTRILS! END ii
;; A COLD OR CATARRH ?;
i < - < ?
i ? ; now To f?et Relief When Head ! ;
, and Nose are Stuffed Up. < >
Count Atty! Your cold in head or
catarrh disappears. Your clogged nos
trils wilt open, the air passages of
your head will clear and you can
breathe freely. No more snuff Hag,
hawking, mucous discharge, dryness
or headache; no struggling for breath
at night. .
Cet a small bottle of Ely's Cream
Balm from your druggist and apply a
I little of this fragrant antiseptic cream
I in your nostrils, lt penetrates through
every air passage ot the head, sooth
ling and healing the swollen or in
flamed membrano, giving you Instant
relief. Head colds and catarrh yield
i like magic Don't stay stuffed up
?and miserable. Relief ls sure.
Charleston & Western Carolina
Railway will opcrato Special Train
April 9th from Calhoun Falls, Lown
deavillc. Barnes, Iva and Starr to An
derson and return account tho Ander
son County School Fair and Field
Day, giving entire day lu Anderson.
For special round trip rates and
schedules, ask depot ticket agents, or
T. B. CURTIS '
Uric Acid in Meat
Clog? the Kidneys
Take A Glass of Salts if your
Back hurts or Bladder
If you must have your meat every
day, eat R. but ' flush your kidneys
with salts occasionally, says a noted
authority who tells us that meat
forms uric acid which almost paralyz
es the kidneys In their efforts to ex
pel lt from the blood. They become
sluggish and weaken, then you suf
fer with a dull misery In the kidney
region, sharp pains In tho back or
sick headache, dlsxlness. your stom
ach sours, tongue is coated, and when
the weather ls bad you have rheumat
ic twinges. The urine, gets cloudy
full of sediment, tho channels often
get sore and Irritated, obliging you
to seek relief two o. three times dur
ine the night.
To neutralize these Irritating acids,
to cleanse the kidneys and. flush off
the body's url nour srssie get four
ounces of Jad 8eUa from anv phar
macy here; take a tablespoonful in n
RISSS of water betete breakfast, ror a
tew days and your kidneys will then
act floe. This famous salts ls mar?
frotn tho arid of frrapea tnd lemon
mire, combined with ItcMa. and has
been ns'ed for eeneratlons -to flush
and stimulate al ti tr?* ?h kldn*>vs, also
to neutralize the neills in urine. SO ft
r?n longer Irritates, titus ending bhvt*
der we ?Vnes?.
Jad Salts is inexpen??t\<?r rannet
injure, and makes a dellahtful effer
vescent lithU. water drink.
LOCAL QI OTATIO.NS
(?rubi, and Seeds.
Kar torn, per bushel . ...i*?c to $1.00
Mixed peas.$1.00 to $1.00
Cane seed, per bushel .?1.25!
Boy beans, per bushel...$2.50
California blaek eye peas, per
bushel.$2.75 to $3.00
Dwarf Es.iex Kap?-, per pound. ..15c
Cleveland, per bushel.. ..75c to $1.00
Cooks, per bushel .. ..$1.00 to $1.2.1
Toole, lier bu?hel.75c to $1.00
Mitchells Prolific, per bushel.. $1.00
Texas Riordan, per bu. $1.00 to $1.25
Culpepper, per bushel.$1.00 I
tiens, each.D?t io 50c
Friers, each.30c to 45c
Porkers dressed, per lb. 12c to 12 1-2c
Hogs dressed, per lb.Ile
Muttou dressed, per lb. 10c to ll l-2c
Beet cattle, per lb.4 to 4 l-2c
Veal calf, per lb.:4 to 5 1--*.
Hogs, per lb. .8 to 9c
Sheep, per lb.4 1-2 to 5 l-2c
Country hams, per lb. 15c fj 17 l-2c
Eggs, per doz.I7'l-2c
Butter, per lb.20 to 25c
Sweet potatoes, per bu. . .$1.00 to $1.10
.Turnips, per bu.60c to 85c
Turnip Greens, per bu... 60c to 75c
Spring (..nions, per bunch 3c to 3 t-2c
?n York Cotton.
NEW YORK, March 30,-There was
renewed- realizing at the opening of
the cotton market today and after
starting steady at an advance of 5
points to a decline of 1 point, the ac
tive months sold about 6 to 10 points
net lower. The prices, however, later
steadied from the early low level and
the market ruled firm shortly after
midday with the active months 2 ,lv>
0 points net higher.
Open. High. Low. Close.
January .. ..10.42 10.53 10.33 10.52
May. 9.61 9.70 9.56 fA68
July.,9.90 9.98 9.80 9.97
August.10.02 10.00 10.02 10.09
October .. ..10.20 10.33 10.12 10.79
december . .10.37 10.47 10.27 10.40
' Spots. 9.65.
LIVERPOOL, March 30.-Spot cot-:
ton, steady ;. middling. 5.48; futures,
quiet. May and June, 5.39 and a half;
receipts 32,000 bales.
Liverpool spot, 6.48; tone, steady;
sales. 5,000; receipts; 32.000.
New York Stocks.
NEW YORK. March 30.-Conflicting
conditions were reflected in today's
early trading in thc stock market.
The leaders reacted, while the spe
cialties continued to forge ahead.
Bethlehem Steel sold up to 91 1-2, a
new high record. In the early after
noon thc leaders continued to show
pressure while the specialties were in
still greater demand. Bonds were
Miss 1 anser Will Not Re Released
Willi Exoneration Osborne.
NEW YORK, March' 30,-Investi
gation of Mis.--, UaP Tanzcr's state
ment that In bringing a b-each ot
promise suit against James W. Os
borne, former assistant district- nt:
torney of Now York, she had named
the. wrong man waa begun .today un
der the direction of Federal District
Attorney Marshall, ;Marshall today
characterised it.va* of Miss Tenter's
statements ss "unbelieved," but made
lt clear that the activity of thc fed
eral authorities In thc case will not
Cease because Osborn?, had- been ex
It is ssld*that prosecution for con-.
!ipiracy might reBult. Miss Tanzet
S now under arrest, charged wit!
using the malls to defraud in connec
tion with the breach of promise bui.t.
WAYNESBORO, Ga.. March SO.
Mrs. Jane Recd, twice arve'ted , or
suspicion of having kidnapped Robert
Allen Styker, 4 years dd, ot Brook
lyn,. N. Y., was released from arr?ts
"TTZ" makf, sore, burning, tired feel?
fairly dance with delight. Away go the
?ches enc pains. ; ie corns, callouses,'
blisters and bunions.
out the acids and
poisons that puff
up your feet. Ko
nutter bow hard
rou work, hew
long you dance,
how far yon
walk, or bow Msg
you russein on
your feet, "TIZ"
"TIZ" Ia won
derful for tired,
aching, swollen, smarting feet. Year feet
just tingle for joy; shoes never buri or
wm tight. '
Get a S& cent box of "TIZM now fro
?ny tlruffg??t or department store. Kr
oot torture forever-wear smeller ?hoc
.c.j? jour fc*t fresh, avert anil hart?
Discussed at Conference After Ar
rival of Battleship Alabama
at Hampton Roads
NEWPORT NEWS. March 30.
The enforcement of American neu
trality was the subject at a confer
ence today after the arrival of the
battleship Alabama at Hampton
Rods. The navy yard commandant,
the reserve fleet commander and the
collector of customs participated but
refused to issue any ftatement. Tho
report] that allied warships ventured
within thc three mile limit, and that
allied mcrchantshlps furnished them
coal and supplies were circulated
here before thc Alabama was sent
here. Collector of Customs Hamil
ton said he had investigated thc case
in which a merchant ship was re
ported to have taken coal to foreign
warships off the capes and found it
not true.. An agent of the British
shipping interests - denied that coal
and supplies had been furnished war
ships from this port.
BATTLE RAGES INDER UIVER
Belgians una Germans Fight in Dark
ness .in Monastery Tunnels.
LONDON. March 30.- Thc Week
ly Despatch tells a remarkable story
of a subterranean fight going on io
an isolated "monastry near Ram
soapelle, which stands on the banka
of the Grand and Pout Resino3, tribu
taries of the Yser. Vast cellars run
under thc river beds, and here day
asl night there ia a terible struggle
between the Germans at the northern
?nd and thc Belgiana at the southern
There- is no light suvc that from
thc flashes of the rifles and occasion
al flares from torches.
YOUTH KILLED Bl AUTO
Chester Boy Steps , in Path of Ma
CHESTER, March 30.-Hall Lowry,
12 years o fage, was run over and
fatally hurt this afternoon by Mr.
John W. Wlx's automobile. Thc boj
was rushed to a local hospital bj
Mr. Wlx. but died shortly afterwards.
The boy is said to have stepped from
behind a wagon directly in thc auto
mobile's path. Mr. Wlx says he was
unable to stop his machine until a
.wheel liad passed o?er. the boy's
body. Thc sad occurrence was wit
nessed oy several persons.
IN A GREAT H I'RH Y
Had to Walt For Ink to Dry on De.
SAN JOSE. Cit.. March 30 -Twice
Laurel H. Springer. 22 and Lillian
MsKuhn. 23. retired in confusion
from county clerk. H. A + Plister's |
marriage ltcense bureau after being
told that they must wait mit il the
ink was thoroughly dry on thG books
recording a decree annulling Spring
er's former marriage. When they ap
proached the desk a third time Pfls
tpr decided the ink was dry and is
sued the licene.
ITALIAN TROOPS MASSED
ALONG AUSTRIAN FRONTIER
GENEVA, March 30-Italian ad
vices received hero indicate that Ital
ian troops are concentrating along the
Austrian frontier. Thc Italian troops
stationed along tho ?wlss border aro j
said to have been sent to the TyrolcBC
frontier, where Austrian troops had
been assembled during the last fort
night. . j.
WITH PRINCIPAL ABSENT
COLUMBIA. March 30.-Thc bear
lng of the suspension of W. W. Huck
anec as sheriff of Kershaw county
was begun before ov?me- Manning i
today at noon. The nhcrik was not
prcsout. He is charged with non-en
forcement of th*, law.
Jane Addams Honored.
NEW YORK. March 30.-It waa
learned yesterday that Misa Jane Ad
dams of Chicago has been chOHon
chairman of the International Con
gress o? Womtn to assemble at The
Hague April 28. She will sail from
New York April 13.
Montgomery. Marali 30.-Governor
Henderson today ordered tho oarole
of all the incurable tubeicuicati
prisoners o? thc State. Thc action re
leased nineteen from the convict tu
bcrculosls camp at Mount Mclgs,
Xhioty no' wrtma'.n.
German Offensive Pasha* Back.
PETROGF.'AD, March 30.-The an
nouncements herc indicate that the]
German offensive lo north P?lnd has
failed, having been stopped at all
.prints along, the ilne west of the Nie
men. Th? German bombardment o:
Oasowcts, which bsa resisted a siege
of sovcral weeks, ls ?aid by the Rus
sian war office to haye been virtually
AGED LADY KILLED
RY HER GRANDSON
Philadelphia March 30.-Mrs.
Clotilda Cohen, aged 85. a;td a mern-1
ber nt ? prominent Philadelphia fam
ily, viss ?bot and killed today by Hen
ry J3. Cohen, her grandson, who then
inflicted bullet wounds on himself j
from which he died. Th'i tragedy j
oecurrea In Mrs. CobwVs homo and
abo was killed ta bed.
Coben was formerly in business i
h?ro and was a member ot exclusive :
-lobs. Severa; yeans ago h* entered
the lithographing buslne.a in Chicar
so nnd had returned to Philadelphia
a few days ago from Passover.
The police find no explanation for
.he killng except sudden insanity. Co j
hen's father ls ?>-cadent o? the
Philadelphia' chamber ot
Choice Coffee the
"Blue Package" Coffee
This is the product of the Pan
American countries, skilfully
roasted by Chase & Sanborn, the
largest coffee house in the United
This "Blue Package" coffee
has stood the test where others
failed, per pound ... .. . .30c
Did you know that we have
customers who have been drink
ing this coffee 13 years without
changing and still drinking it.
Why? Because they get the best
value money will buy-pure, mild
and wholesome in every respect.
This coffee is washed seven times
before roasting, and put up in
Why do you buy medium price
coffee in tin cans? . Don't you
know you pay for. the tin cans
every time you buy a pound of
It you want a tin can, go to the
tin shop ancf buy one that will
last a life time for a small sum.
thereby eliminating the cost of a
tin can every time you buy coffee.
Let us send you one pound of
coffee; if not satisfactory, we'll
refund the price, 3Oe.
Cash Grocery Co.
A Good Grocery Store.
Between friends, the true
spirit of Easter is best ex
pressed by some little re
membrance conveying per
sonal thoughtfulness and
could be more fitting.
MAKE THE APPOINT
On the Square
Fish of nil kinds, Shrimp, Crab.
?nd other ?ca food ut all times at"
moderate prices. Phono us your
wants, and let us Oil thcin. Prompt
FISH DRESSED FREE
C. F. POWER
Phone 117. Cor. McDuffle and BenBon
THERE WAS A BET
I WOULD SELL IT.
lt were possible to sell as
good coal as Blue Gem
Block for less i would do
IT CAN'T BE DC^E.
B? N- Wyatt
the $5,00 Coal Man.