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^^MKEEP THE FLIES ouTf g
AN OUNCE OF PREVENTION NOW
A POUND OF CURE NEXT MONTH
Screen Now and Keep The Deadly Fly Out!
We are better prep ar* d to serve you with Screen Doors and Windows than any other concern in Anderson. We carry a
very complete line of screen wire in green, black, aluminum and galvanized; and can make doors and wind?wt to fit any sise
We will send our man anywhere at any time to make measurements and estimates, without any obligation on your part
whatever. Please phone us your screening problems and let us help you.
J. E. BARTON
s ? r Phone 231 - - - -. _ .
Grata ?ad Seeds.
Ear corn, per bushel ....90c to $1.00
Mixed; peas. . .?1.60 to $1.60 !
Cane seed, per bushel.tl.25
Soy beanr, per bushel.$2.00
California black eye peas, per
bushel..$2.76 to $3.00 !
Dwarf Essex Rape, pox pound. ..ICc)
Cleveland, per bushel.. . .76c to $1.08
Cooks, per bushel .. ..$1.00 to $1.25
Toole, per bushel..76c to $1.00
Mitchells Prolific, per bushel.. $1.60
Texas Riordan, per bu. $1.00 to $1.26
Culpcppcr, per bushel.$1.00
liens, cacu.35c to 60c !
Friers, each.30c to 46c
Porkers dressed, per lb. 12c to 12 l-2c
Hogs dressed, per lb.Ile
Mutton dressed, per lb. 10c to ll l-2c
Beet cattle, per lb.4 to 4 l-2c
Veal calf, per lb.4 to 6 l-2c
Hogs, per lb.8 to 9c'
Sheep, per Jb.4 1-2 to 5 l-2c
Country hams, per lb. 16c to 17 l-2c
Eggs, per doz.17 1-2?
Butter, per lb.20 to 25c
Sweet potatoes, per bu. . .$1.00 lo ?1.10
Turnips, per bu.'..60c to 85c
Turnip Greens, per bu... 60c to 75c
Spring onions, per bunch 3c to 3 l-2c
Local Cotton..8 1-8
KEW YORK MARKET.
Open High Low CIo3c
May. 9.48 9.79 9.48 9.77
July .... 9.77 10.08 9.77 9.96
October . . .10.18 10.47 10.18 10.45
December . .10.39 10.65 10.39 10.64
May-J uno.5.55 5.47
19100,000 FIRE AT
BAINSBR1DE, Ga.. April 9.-Fire
originating- in a barn this afternoon
destroyed one business block ?ad
more than a score of small frame
houses occupied by negroes. One
negro child was burned to death. The
property loss ls estimated at more
RELEASE AMERICAN CITIZEN
TURO WAS SEIZED RY FRENCH
Allie Admit Citizenship of German
Vt ho Has Filed Declaration.
Serres on Ship.
WASHINGTON. April 8.-An im
portaient point has been scored by
the American government to nego
tiations that have been In progress
with belligerent nations during the
European war for the purpose of so
p?se of securing tile protection of
naturalised American citizens. It was
learned today that the French " and,
British governments have joined in
consenting to rotease Auagut Piepen
brink a steward on the American
steamship Wlndbor, who waa taken
off by the French cruiser Coode on
November 18, when* the ship was two
days from Colon en route to New
Piepenbrink, who was born in Ger?
I many, filed a declaration of his in
dention to become an American citi
zen in Seattle, Wash., in 1910.
WILL RE NO FRICTION
Oa Accouut of Authority of National
Banks to Act . as Trastees,
WASHINGTON. April 9.-The fed
eral board tonight issued a statement
issued a statement declaring no that
conflict of jurisdiction between State
and federal authorities should result
from the authority giVQn lo national
banka by tho board to act as trustees,
executors or administrator. Tho
board declared banks exercising those
functions would be subject to State
laws, as are all other cor po rat lona ex
ercising tho same functions.
HERO OF. "LITTLE WHITE BIRD"
KILLED IN BATTLE IN FRANCE
LONDON. April 8,-The original
David of "The Little White Bird"
(Sir James M. Barrie's story that led
tb the creation of Peter, pan) bsa
been killed In action in Flanders. Hs
was Lieut. George Llewellyn Davies
of tho Rifle Brigade, tho adopted son
of the novelist. Once he collaborated
with bia foster father to the extent
Of suggesting a line in ."Little Mary."
Which was adopted, and for that line
he received a royalty, of ?1 cent for
every production of the play. Davie's
mother also . figured In. some of Slr
Resida to. Resert to Santeria*)*,
COPENHAGEN, A J? .il ? ?.-Russia
has started a submarine war against
Germany tn the Baltic Sea, according
to x report circulated here.
The campaign ls eimile.- to that
launched by Germany against Eng
THINKS CHICAGO VICTORY
CAUSED RY LOCAL ISSUES
CHICAGO. April 9.-Chairman Mc
combs of tb* Democratic national
committee, expressed the optaidu bera
today that the recent republican may
oralty victor^ lo Chicago, was due
entirely to local isaues and would not
have'any bearing on Ibo next proal?
denilal election. "
Well Here It Is
The Flexible Straw.
Fits atty head, self comforniing, can't blow off, cool -com
fortable, will positively retain Us shape. This new "flexible"
is extra value at., . . .$3.00
If you ar,e interested in the newest-the ultra stylish-(but
not the freakish) there's one place in Anderson to find it in
Men's Hats always--yes, at T. !.. CELY CO, AU the new
MODELS all the time but the picking has started, so drop in
today while the picking is good. You can pick from
T. L. CELY CO.
THE BANK ACCOUNT
Is the first step towards success.
Makes you independent.
Protects your f?mily 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.
SiL E ?E S3* H lt W% ?Jt IJTT
The Typhoid Fly, better known as the common bouse fly.
Screen your house NOW. Then you will not have to swat
We arc amply prepared to screen vour house with screens.
We wire all kinds and sij-es; also screen doors
to fit any door or window. Prices are right.
W J) # /A
-S^pend your money at
olin*? custom hand f^tftoj
factory pri?es. A trial
scrtlou. "Wc buy
pr leen Wrlto us
Buy South Cur
ness, bridles, ct<-'.. at
wilt provo our as
..tallow at hhjboel
We are in position to
in Anderson county,
good, and the debt pd
" borrower is satisfacte
ridge & Suggs
For today we have Red Snapper,
Shccphead, Bcctlo Fish, Black Fish,
Bass, Mullet, Pike, Shrlp, Drum,
Spanish Mackerel, Pompano and other
kinds. Phone us.your order early.
Phone ll?. We dress these free of
C. F., Power & Son
201 McDufne St.
Through Pullman Sleeping Car Service
Premier Carrier ot the South
Effective Sunday, November 22nd,
1914. Bleeper handled on
CAROLINA SPEC'\iL .
Nea. 27 and 28.
8 a. m. Lv. Charleston Ar. 9:40 D. m.
12:56 p. m. Lv Columbia Ar 4:45 p. m.
4:30 p. m. Lv Spartanburg Ar 1:45 pm
7:30 p. m. Lv Asheville Ar 9:20 am.
12:06 a. m. Lv Knoxville Lv 6:10 a. m.
10:66 a. m. Ar Cincinnati Lv. 6:35 a m.
9:00 p. m. Ar Chicago Lv 8:56 a. m.
Passengers from Anderson and
Greenville territory will make connec
tions by leaving on trains Koa. 16
to Greenville and 18 to Spartanburg
and connecting there with the Chica'
In addition to the through sleeper to
Chicago, Drawing Room 81ceper,
Standard Pullman Sleeper, Dining
car and through coach.
* For full and complete Information,
tiokets and pullman reservation call
on any ticket agont, or write
W. E. Taber, *L\ P. A., Greenville, &
C., or W. E. ACGOO, A. G. P. A., Col
umbia. S. C.
Charleston & Western
To and From the
No. 22 . " . .6:00 A. M.
No. 6 . . . .3:37 P. M.
No. 21 . . . < 1:15 A-M.
No. 5 ... . 3:07 Pr M.
rates, etc., promptly
H. WILLIAMS, G. P. A.,
f. B. CURTIS, C. A.,
Anderson. S. C.
Biggest Champion Prize Fighter.
NECK 17% ia
The Biggest Champion, Weight S47 Pounds.
Jess Willard, now champion ot thc
world until he meets another dusky
gentleman Uta Sam Langford-ls thc
biggest man who o?cr held the
championship. He is ?ix feet si?
Inches'tall, and ho weighed In at tho
Havana light. at 2*i7 pounds. He is
almost a giant.
On the oilier' hand the smallest
champion who hoe held the Queens
berry title was Bob Fltxslmmons per
haps the greatest fighter that ever
lived He was flve teet steven' Inches
tall, and he weighed 160 pounds.
There have been Ave Queensberry
champions, Jim Corbett, who won
from Solll-an tn 1892; Bob Fltze'.m
tcoas who won from Corbett in 1897;
Jim jeffries who woo from Kittsmi
Hons In 18B9; Jack Johnson, who won
from Jeffries In 1910, and Jess Wil
lard, who won from Johnson April
Of course. In the minds of sane
sporting authorities there hoa al
ways been a question as to th? title
that Corbett won from Sullivan la
their memorable fight. Sullivan ?ai
tho London prise ring champion of
the United States. Just how Cor
bett could win the Queensberry cham
pionship from him-one being a bare
knur'tie championship ?nd the othei
being ... gloved championship-Cor
bett has pe vor explained.
Makes 61 Feel Uk* 16.
"I suffered with kidney ailment tori
-two years," writes Mrs. M A. Bridges,
Hobin non, Miss "and commenced tak
ing Foley KhMcy Pills shout t*B
months rgo.. I am now able to do all
my work without fatigue. I am now
Bl years of age and reel like a 16
year-old fill." Poley Kidney Pills
strengthen and. Invigorate weak, tired
and nejeapged kidneys; relieve back
ache, weak back, rheumatism and
bladde? topHblo. They are tonic in
action. Evans Pharmacy.
BELTON MEN BUY
Have Purchased Belton Journal
From Anderson Intelli
BELTON; Apr? 9.-Yesterday
morning at 10 o'clock 'jim IBelfon
(Journal waa purchased from the An?
'derson Intelligencer and the new
cimpany wats capitalised at 2,000.00.
All he stockholders of the new con
cern reside in Belton and are very
anxious to see the paper succeed.
The paper is one year old and not
withstanding the conditions caused by
the European war and the low price
of cotton the fall, has prospered and
the indications are that the paper ha:
a good future. v
Tho following officers and directo?
President. D. A. Geer; vice-prosi
dent, E. C. Frleraon; socretary*
treasurer, Ross Mitchell; editorial
manager, Claude A. Graves.
Directors-D. A. cGor. Ross Mit
chell, Dr. E. <C. Prlerson, H. F?
Hanks and P. M. Cox.
Claude A. Graves, the former edi
tor, has' been selected as editor and
manager of the new company and B.
H. Graves, the foreman of the of
fice, will remain with the company.
Splendid for Rheumatism.
"I think Chamberlain's Liniment Is
Just splendid for rheumatism," writes
Mrs. Dunburgh. Eldridge, N. Y. "lt
has been used by myself and other
members of my family timo and time
again, during the past six years and
.has always given the best of satisfac
tion." Tho quick relief from pain
which Chamberlain's . Liniment af
fords Is alono worth many times tin
I cost Obtainable everywhere.
IN NORWAY BUSY
Are Converting Old Vessels of All'
Kinda. Into Merchant
CHlMSTIANIA, April 0.-Norwel
gian ship builders can scarcely koop
pace with the demand for vessels.
The ship owners find the war so ad
vantageous to their trade that, in
need of moro vessels, they aye turn
ing to obsolete craft. They are tak
ing old whalers and other vessels
that had been marked for the grave
fitting them with gasoil ae engines
and screws, and pressing them Into
service. The local ship yards were
never r..? busy as now.
In tonnage per capita, Norway's
mercantile marine ls tho largest in
the world. ? It bsa. 5g7 tona for each
thousand inhabitants su, against 242
Ia Great Britain.' Tho wrecks of Nor
wegian ships during the past yeal
do nr.t greatly exceed normal, al
though a third of them were caused
by mines ana torpedoes.
When tko war c^dB, Norwegian snip
owners expect to put out a new lot
of Apantle and Pacific freighters and
compete ^seriously. for the trade theo
to be had.
Taking Care el Ute Children.
No parents would consciously bs
careless of thc children. Joe A. Ros
marin, Clarkson, Nebr., uses Foley's
Honey sad Tar for his two children
for croup, coughs and colds. He
says, "We are never without Foley's
Honey and Tar in the house." A dis
tressing cough, sleepless nights, and
raw. Inflamed -throat lead to a run
down condition In which the child is
not able io resist contagious or Infec
tious ?VJesscs. 'Foley's Honey and
Tar ls truly healing and prompt in
avtlon. Hvana Pharmacy.