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Advice of Mother no Ponkt Pr?
rate Daughter9! Untimely End.
Ratdr, Ky.-" J was not able to do
anything for nearly six months," writes
Mrs. Laura Bratcher, of this place, "and
arti down in bed for three months.
I cannot tell you how I suffered with
my head, and with nervousness and
Our family doctor told my husband he
could not do me ?ny good, and he had
to live H up. We tried another doctor,
burne did not help me.
Atlast, my mother advised me to take
Cardin, the woman's tonic. ! thought
U was no use for I was nearly dead and
nothing teemed to do me any good. But
1 took eleven bottles, and now 1 am able
to do all of my work and my own
1 think Cardui is the best medicine in
the world. My weight has increased,
and 1 look the picture of health. "
If you suffer from any of the ailments
peculiar to women, get a bohle of Cardui
today. Delay, is dangerous. We know
M will, help ? 'JU. for it has helped so
many thousands of other weak women
ia the past 50 years.
At ill druggists.
Wrtti ft; Chattanooga Medicina Co., Ladies'
AaXsory Dat*.. Chattanooga. Tenn., tor St*<t?l
ItutruttUnt on your cat* ano 6* pas? book.'Home
Treatment for Women." In plain wrapper. N.C 190
If so, herc's tho place to get your
feed. Wo carry the full Cypher's line
-Laying Mash, Scratch Feed, Short
Cut Alfalfa, Developing Food, Tor lit
tle "Biddy" chicks, Meat Scraps, and
Wheat Shorts, etc., otc.
j. M. McCown
Phone 22 East Whittier Street.
TAltK TO THF. HEAD OF THE
ho will agree tb'most anything you
say .after a good meal of
Ol'lt TENDER MEATS.
When you order of us you can rest
assured that we will send you Only
the choicest cuts of sanitary, clean,
Prices, too, are always fair.
The Lily White Market
Phones 694 and 695.
Our way of
w|ll not damage the most dainty gar
nit nt. \
It ls not necessary to remove u
hhigle piece of trimming or rip a sin
gle . seam-and our procesa does not
shrink the goods, pull thtm ou. of
fehapc. or leave a trace ot an odor.
INO article of Itid'a?" vnar|n;v ap
. parel Is too ^'".borate for us to saU?
factorily finish and return to you as
SgBflgtSS whun new-just from your
R BUY AND SELL DEBTS
If anyone owes you money furnish
ns aa Itemised written statement ot
WE CET THE MONEY
it you owe anyone money, wa will
help yon pay the debt by
Our Mataal Lean Pisa,
Our "Indian" will call on slow pay
era and collect had debts.
That ls bis business.
?SUTUAL LOAN COMPANY
10S 1-3 W. Benton St,
tthderson, 8. a
* ELECTRIC CIT
* Iteras of Interest ami Personi
* Wireless on the Si
* ii****-*-*-***** *^
\ Splendid Outluy
Oi Sea Pood.
U. F. Power & Son. 201 South Mc?
Duffle street, received yesterday what
ls probably 111?? largest and most
varied shipme. ?, of se;i food ever ship
ped Into Anderson. In the consign
ment sre all kinds of choice fish and
shrimp. There are ?onie fish In thi
lot which have rarely If7 ever been or
sale here. The fir m has an advertise
men! In The Intelligencer this morn
in? which enumerates thc kind of fish
they have on ?al?' today, and lt will bc
worth any one's tim? to read lt.
War on Vagrant*
Iteltlg ( eui in neil
The war der lured on vugrants sew
< ral days ego by the police is being
pushed with unrelenting vigor. Yes
terday four sinners were convicted In
the recorder's court, each being fin
ed $15 or 20 days. Their nutue.? art
Nuik Williams, Jerry Ix>oper, Duck
Williams and Fred Rice. The day pre
vlr.us two convictions on the samt
charge wer,, had. A seventh case foi
ullegcd vagrancy is to be tried toduy.
-.-o - -
Disposed ot' Over
Walter H. Keese & Co., yesterday
distributed among school children
oec one thousand dKil badges, ?d
ert Ising the famous Kl gin watch.
The chaps were immensely pleased
with the souvenir.-? and Mr. Keese stat
ed last night that he could have dis
posed ( f five thousand such bndges il
he had hud them on h a ml.
Mr. lireamilf IK
In the Hospital.
Mr. B. B. P?oaseal?, of the Kure
ka section, has been taken to the An
derson County Hospital for treatment
He la 78 years of age. His friends
throughout the county will regret t
learn that he ii 111. and sincerely
hope that he will soon be restored to
No, the War Is
Not nt and lind.
A report current on the streets las:
night that (Jerinnny had "surrender
ed" spread like wild fire und prompt
ed dozens of inquiries hy telephone
und in person at The Intelligencer of
fice. Associated Press dispatches car
ried by the Intelligencer this morn
lng report no such news as the wa:
being at un end, hence the chance
are about one against nine hundred
r.nd ninety-nine thousand nine hun
dred and ninety-nine of the report be
ing true. j
Cotton Took a
Cotton opened up yesterday on the ]
local-market at 9 cents and contlnnu
cd at this figure until ;tbout noon,
when lt jumped to !? cents, re
maining there through.mt thc after
noon. A local buyor stated that he
won hi not bo surprised to seo - the
staple go to 9 1*4 cents today.
Over 1,000 Founds
Of Fresh Meat.
W. A. Power yesterday showed an
intelligencer reporter over 1,000
poundB of fresh meats stored away
In his nia ni mot h refriera! or. Today
the meat will be put on sale at bar
guln prices, thc'- very best steaks
roasts and chops selling tor as tow a:
12 1-3 cents per pound." Wo are go
ing to almost give uwnv meat toinor
row." he said as he bunged the door
of the great cooling box.
WASHINGTON. April 9.-In Florida i
and the Gulf -Coast region of the oth
er Southern States, according to tho
U. S. department of agriculture's
new farmers'?bulletin (No. 647), en
titled "Thc Home Garden tv. the
South." cabbage seed may be sown
In the open ! any time from Septem
ber to January. Along the Atlantic
'coast, from Charleston, S. C.. to Flor
ida, seed may be sown In the open tn
October. In' all other sections of the
South hotbeds or cold frames should
be ' used for "Starting the plants. A
canvas covered frame will be satis
factory, except In the colder regions
of the South, where hotbeds should
be* used. The seed should be planted
in the frames In November or De
cember, or about eight wee'?s before
time for planting in the open. Cab
bage will withstand a hard freeze if
the plants have been hardened off be
fore they air? planted in the field.
For spring and early summer cab
bage the following varieties are rec
ommended: Jerroy, Wakefield, Char
leston, Wakefield, Allhead. Karly, aud
Succeseloft. The Copenhagen Market
a new variety, hos given excellent re
sults in many 'localities and ls' well
worthy of a trial.
In most sections ot the South lt is
not advisable to grow cabbage during
midsummer, but a fall crop should
be grown. The sams varieties may
be. grown In the autumn as In the
spring, but V ls usually d?sirable to
plant lsrgtr varieties, sU"h as Flat
Dutch or Danish Ball, Head. Seed
for the fair crop should be planted
In a cool location lb late summer and
plants set out ss soon, as they reach
thc proper six? and the soil contains
sufficient moisture to start growth.
Cabbage plants should bo set 14 to
18 inches apart. The earlier varie
ties, which grow small ' heads, are
usually set closer than the later
For further information on cabbage
growing, read Farmers' Bulletin .4*3,
Y SPARKLETS *
il Mention Caught Over th? *
reeta of Anderson *
lleports of Au .
Reports were rrt-nt on tin- nt reeta
la.it tilKlit that a yr.ung <oupl,> from
Lowndeaville wore married ia the city
yesterday, lt wa? st?it?il that thc mar
Hage was in tlx- nature of an elop
ment. the yo ti nf- lady coming to An
derdon on the train and th,, young
mon niuking the trip here in Iiis car.
meeting here by appoint mein and hav
ing thc ceremony performed. The
rumor could not he confirmed at the
late hour lt was received last night.
Loral Hitch Behool
leam the Winner.
In u fnst ame of batte hall a* Huenu
Vii ta park yesterday afternoon the
team of the Anderson High school de
feated the Centarvtlle team by a score
of 14 to 5. The fielding of Seligman
for Anderson was the feature of the
game. It was sta'cd that Anderson
would have piled up even a larger
?core had all the regular players been
on the team.
At Iva Tills Month.
The Iva singing convention will
meet at the First IJaptist church at
Iva on thc third Sunday in April, thf
18th, Inst., ut 2:110 o'clock in the af
ternoon . All lovers of music are COIN
dially Invited to nttend the leaders
aro requented to bring tx.oks.
C D. Fuulk, manager of the local
plant of the ?hero t'rla company*, stat
ed yesterday that his business for
last week was more than double that
of any week for the past three weeks.
This la evidently due to th? advance
of summer weather, when mankind
generally takes on such cooling bev
erages to slake hts thirst.
Broke Into Window.
A horse being driven by W. II.
Duckworth yesterday morning be
came frightened at an automobile on
the square and dashed down toward
the intersection of West Benson street
with the square. Falling to make thc
turu down Henson street, the horst
crashed Into one of the show window
of Dr. E. K. Parks china and Jewel
ry store, smashing tho glass and
breaking a number of dishes, gla <s
ware. Etc. Dr. Parks saw the horse
coming and dodged behind a countei
just in timo to save himself what
probably would iinve proven seriouf
injuries. The damage is estimated at
about $100. The owner of the building
is B. O. Evans. Plato glass insurance
was carried on the property and thc
damage will be repaired without cost
to tho owner"of the building.
W. E. Hammond
But on Bond.
W. Et"'Hammond, thc white, man
who wan arrested several days a'go at
Abbeville.on charges of having swind
led the Fretwell company o? this city
In a deal by which he secured a pair
nf mules, was released yesterday from
the county jail on ball of $700. There
are two cases against the man, how
ever, the second one growing out of j
charges that he worked a similat
game on Judge J. S. Fowlep several
years ago. Hammond gave bond ol
$200 In one of the cases before Magis
trate Oelger and bond of $500 before |
Magistrate Wilson in the other case.
H's bond was secured by some Abbe
ville county people.
The soil and cultural requirements I
of carrots are practically the aame j
as for beets. Carrot seed, however,
should not ba planted so deep as
beet seed, and the plants can be al
lowed tojtrow closer together in the j
row. Carrots msy be dug In .the au- ]
tumn and stored in banks or cellars,
or they may be lett tn the ground to
be harvested aa needed.
Varieties recommended: Half-Long I
Scarlet, E>r!y Scarlet Morn, and
Cauliflower thrives best on a rich,'
moist aol!. The culture of tills crop
ls about tho same as for cabbage, but
lt -will not withstand aa muon frost
In order to secure I? JV h ed heada it ls
necessary to proteo; them from the
sun." The usual 'practice is to tie the
leave? together over the heads.
Cauliflower ls. often prepared for
the table lu the samo way as eabbafe.
On?* of tho best methods or preparing
cauliflower ls to boll'the whole head
in salt water (l teaspoonfuls of salt
to 1 quart bf water) until lt is tender.
Drain off the wat?r, place the cauli
flower In a aklnsr dish, * and pour |
over it a white sauce made as. fol
lows: Melt^two teaspoonfuls or but
ter and rub |nto*it two tablespoonfuls |
of flour; .add ono cup of .cold milk;
stir until smooth:, boll the milk with
the flour and butter until thick. Pour
the white sauce over the cauliflower,
sprinkle with two tablespoonfuls each
cr' grated cheese ano buttered crumbs,
and brown in an oven.
Varieties recommended: Early
'Snowball and Dwarf Erfurt are the
varieties of cauliflower most com-1
monly grown In the South.
In th? lower South celery ls grown I
aa a fail crop, as lt will not mature!
during hot weather. The seed- ls
sown tn a cool,'ahady place ia late
summer and the plants set ont tn the
Whon your baby ls cross and
fretful instead of the happy, laugh
ing- little dear you are accustomed
to. in all probability *the digestion
bas become deranged and the bow
els need attention. Give lt ii mild
laxative, dispel the irritability und
bring back the happy content of
The very best laxative for child
ren is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pep
sin, because lt contains no opiate or
narcotic drug, ls pleasant tasting
and acts gently, but surely, with
out griping or other distress.
Druggists sell Dr. Caldwell's Syrup
Pepsin at fifty cents and ode dol
lar a bottle. For a free trial bot
tle write to Dr. W. B. Caldwell.
42.". Washington St., Monticello,
autumn as soon as tite soil becomes
moist. The seed should be sown in
rows and covered lightly (not more
than one-eighth of an inch) or sown
broadcast and covered with burlap,
I straw, or some other material, to
prevent the loss of moisture while
thc seed is germinating, lt will Oe
necessary to water the Beed bed often
during dry weather.
In the upper South celery may be
grown In the spring or in the autumn.
As a spring crop, the seed should be
started in a hotbed during the win
ter so that the plants may- mature
before midsummer. Celery does not
bleach well In hot weather, but rots
when banked or boarded for ?each- ?
Set the celery plants six inches
apart in rows three feet apart for .
horse cultivation, or 18 to 24 inches
apart when hand cultivation is to be
employed. . ]
Celery requires a deep, rich, moist ]
soil, and frequent shallow cultiva- ,
tion. When grown as? a fall crop cel
ery may be planted after some other
crop, such as peas, beans, cabbage,
lettuce, or .radishes. When the celery
plants are nearly grown a little soil
should be.drawn around the base to
hold the plants In place. About two
weeks before they ar? wanted for
the table the bleaching should begin.
Soil, oards, or paper may be used
for leaching, but soil should be em
ployed only when the weather is cool.
When soil is to be used , for blep^b
Ing. the rows should bo four feet
apart. Some qpick maturing crop
could be grown between the rows of
celery to make use of the space up to
time Tor bleaching.
Varieties recommended: Golden
Self-Blanching, Columbia, and Giant
For further information on celerv
growing, read Farmers' Bulletin 282,
entitled "Celery" which is sent free
.o those who apply to the U. S. de
partment of agriculture at Washing
ton, D. C.
A group of nonheading "cabbages
differing slightly from kale, but with
standing summer heat better than
either kale or cabbage, is extensive
ly grown throughout thc South under
thc name Of Georgia collards. Col
lards do not make a true head, but
form a rosette of leaves, which are
very tender. Thee ulture and uses
of this plant ure the same as those
of cabbage and kale.
Baseball KeMtlts ' in Georgia.
At Athens--University of Georgia
3, Mercer 2.
Aat Atlanta-Tech 1, University of
Oar "Jitney" Offer-This and 5c
DONT MISS THIS. Cut out this
slip enclose,with 6c to Foley & Co.,
Chicago, 111., writing your name and
address clearly. * You will receive in
return a trial package containing
Foley's Honey and Tar Compound,
for cough's, colds and croup; Foley
Kidney Pills for pain In sides and
back, rheumatism, backache, kidneys
and bladder; Foley Cathartic Tablets,
a wholesome and thoroughly cleans
ing cathartic. Evans Pharmacy.
FOUNTAIN STOCK Co^PANY
F.x/ellent Cast to Appear at The An.
derson Next Week.
Tho Fountain Stock Co. at Tho An- 1
derson theatre all next week and of
fered to the patrons of Anderson as
a popular price attraction, ls not In 1
a sense, a popular price show at all,
hut owing to the necessity.of a much
needed rest after an extended tour,
thro'-th the middle States, before
op*jinc their regular summer stock
en? ?ement in the best city of tho
Sr h. the management of Tho An- j
de jon has been fortunate enough *n '
hold them over for a weeks', engage
ment, Mr. Fountain, tb?? rr>?>-,\r"-.
Justly boast of the best, dramatic or
ganization in the South, and ls proud
ot an opportunity of presenting a ]
repertoire of selected high class at
tractions, that he guarantees have
never before show in this city, for
less than one dollar and up. The
opening play, on Monday\ night, "Tho
Man and the Hour" tells the story, of
a y ou nra district attorney, who in his
struggles to establish an honest gov- \
eminent, in his beloved city, ls put
to the tesl, many have anno through, )
but which th? public press never pub- i
llshes for political reasons.
. This company will offer an unequal- i
ed repetoire ot plays, for tho flrrt Urne i
In your city for 10. 20 and 80 cents.
Offe.dng as a special inducment so i
that yon may be convinced one lady j
free with each 30c ticket purchased i
before 6 o'clock Monday.
Cbemb?rIains Cough Urandy.
From a ?mall beginning the sale
and ase ot this remedy has extended :
to all parts ot the United States and .
to many foreign countries. When you
have need cf such a medicine give i
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy ? trial
and you will understand why it has 1
become. so popular for coughs, colds <
and croup. Obtainable everywhere. i
PASSPORT REFUSED |
Is Said to Bc Debarred Entrance
To All European Coun
HAVANA, April 9,-Thc future ot
Jack Johnson, the former heavy
weight champion, continues uncertain.
Indications he will .be compelled to
remain in Cuba indefinitely.
Johnson Wednesday- requested thc
American legation to issue a pass
port. The legation secretary issued
it in tlie absence of Minister Gon
zales, who disapproved. . Gonzales
then demanded .and received to pass
port from Johnson.
Secretary Bryan cabled Gonzales to
refuse thc pugilist a passport On the
ground thal he ls a fugitive justice
under United States laws. Johnson
is now said to be debarred entrance
to virtually ali the European coun
u. s. SHIPPING
WASHINGTON. April 9.-Sir Rich
ard Crawford, commercial attache of
the British embassy, conferred today
with Chandler Anderson,. special as
sistant to Secretary Bryan, In regard
to the treatment to be accorded
American ships and cargoes under
the recent British order in council.
It was said later that the London
foreign office was disposed to do
everything possible to facilitate Amer- j
lean commerce not inconsistent with
the purpose of the allies to prevent
supplies reaching Germany and Aus
Sir Richard Is working out with
Mr. Anderson details of a ?dan to
eliminate as far as possible unnec
essary detentions of American shlpt.
BELTON F.VIR ASSOCIATION.
Date of Sixth Annual Fair Decided
at Meeting Today.
BELTON, April 9.-The officers
and stockholders of the Belton Fair
Association met this morning at the
Belton Journal office nt ll o'clock
The election of officers was the
next business before the meeting and
the following were elected:
President, D. A. Geer; vice-presi
dent, II F Hanks; secretary. Dr. E.
C. Frlerson; treauur,er, Hu?an Camp
It was decided to have the fair next
fall during the month of October. As
will be well remembered, this nex'
fair will be the sixth annual fair for
Belton, each - year interest growiugj
To go into the past history of th/
Belton fairs will not be amiss at this
time. Everything is free. In Othei
words, no admission fees are charg
ed. The premiums, which amcunt to
over five hundred dollars yearly, if
made up in Belton by the business
men of the town and everybody wh<
wishes to ls entitled to-enter exhibits
no county lines >-ro drawn, no par
tiality Is shown Mr. A. or Mr. B.
and therefore the annual day's fair
at Belton luis always proven one ol
the best In South Carolina.or an:
other State. If you think we are
boasting along this line, ask those
who have been coming her*e yearly
who reside "?In other counties, and
they will teuf the same story.
Belton puf?? off this fair annually
free of any expense to those who
enter exhibits or visit the fair, and
we are doing this because we wish
to do it this way, abd we have al
ways made a good impression on the
hundreds .who have annually visited
This year Belton proposes to haw'
one of the best fairs ever held in
any State In the Union and we Invite
you to be present and bring your
Last year we pulled off fire works
or at least the P. & Vf. Lines did
free to all. Thia exhibition of fir?
worRh cost the P. & N. Linos not a
.cnt lefts than $600, and we have as
surances that this fall Belton will
have another Ure works' exhibition,
contributed by the. P .& N. Lines.
The committees will be appointed
In the next day or so and every one
connected with the fair will get down
to real business and the fair. Bel
ton will pull- off neat fall will bo the
biggest event of Ulla section of the
SUte. Watch Belton. Watch Bel
ton's Sixth annual fair. Date,. Octo
ber, the latter pact. *
Miases Sarah Balley and Miss Sue
McKlttrlck ct Chandler. Greenville
county, spent the week-end in town,
guests ot Mra. J. K.% Phillips.
BAD COLD? TAKE
No headacl-, constiparon,, bad
cold or sour stomach/
Get a 10 cent box^ '
Sick headache, biliousness, coated
tongue, head and ?noaa clogged up
with a told-always trace this to
torpid liver j delayed, fermenting food
In the bowels or sour, gassy stomach.
Poisonous matter clogged in, the in
testines, instead of being cast out of
the system is re-absorbed into the
blood. When thia poison reaches the
letica te brain tissue lt causes con
gestion and that dull, throbbing, sick
Casca rets immediately cleanse the?
stomach, remove the sour, undigested
food and foul gaseo, take the excess
bile from the liver and carry out all
the constipated waste matter and pols
(ms In the bowels.
A Cascaret tonight will surely
straighten you out by morning. They
work while yon sleep-a 10 cent box
from your druggist means your'head
clear, stomach sweet and your liver
und bowels regular for months.
Bookkeeping and Penmanship
. Stenography and Typewriting
PERRY BUSINESS COLLEGE
Greenville, S. C.
FOR SALE CHEAP
s Apply to
(care Anderson Intelligencer)
ANDERSON, S. C.
Memphis, Tenn., April 13-14, 1915.
Tickets on sale April IO, ll and 12, limited to return. April 24, 1015.
PIEDMONT & NORTHERN RAILWAY
. (Seaboard Air Line and N. C. & St. L.) ?
Special Pullman Train will leave Spar tan bur g on April 12th, through
to Memphis Without Change.
Ar ' N
Nineteenth' Annual Convention
AMERICAN COTTON MANUFACTURES
PBOM ? BOUND TRIP FARE
Leave Spartanburg .H:t,> A. M.f4UX>
[Leave Greer.0:23 A. M.2S?"?
Save Greenville.10.00 A.M.23A*
are Piedmont.10:32 A. M. .2SJ5
Leave Pelter.10:12 A. M. 28.3.V
Leave Wllllsmston.10:47 A.M. 23*"?
Leave Helton.11:10 A. M.285*
I L?ate Honea Patb .HiSt A.M. ....23.35
Arrive Atlanta, Ga..4:3.? P.M.
I Arrive Memphis, Tenn. ... f.. 8:3.". A.M.
?Connects at Belton with trahi from Anderson.
For reservations and Pullman rates, write
C. S.ALLEN, T* M.,
Greenville, S. C.
Visit The Great Exposition
San Francisco? Cal. 1915.
>s ^ San Diego, Cal.
Premier Carrier of the South
Greatly reduced round trip tickets will be sold by all ticket
agents at principal points to Los Angeles, San Diego, San
Francisco, Portland, and Seattle. Tickets on sale March 1st,
to November 3oth. '
If yoi! desire a quick and comfortable trip, on trains, consist
ing of Pullman cars, tourist sleeper, dining cars and all steel
coaches then see that your ticket reads via the Southern Rail
Why pay tourist agents for escorting you ground. You can
purchase a round trip ticket daily from Andiron, S. C., to San
Francisco, for dhly $79.20. Proportionately low rates from
For complete information, tickets and beautiful literature
cali on ticket agents, or write.
W. R. Taber, T. P. A., W. E. McCe* A. CS. P. A.
Greenvale, S. C Coh*&?*, S, C.