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f J* Says McCann
ALFRED W. McCann is the man who
l \ is fighting for pure food in New.York.
His work gave thc New York public pure
milk and pure foods.
~ PURE PHOSPHATE
receives his unqualified approval as expres
sed in the one word V Pure 1 "
Princine's purity is above the standards of
thc government. It is not only pure, but
beneficial. Its ingredients are actively health
ful. Princinc-baking is nourishing as well
as superlatively light and good for the taste.
Try Princine. in your next baking and
Ltik /tr the fritteine Shelf at Yeur Grocer'j '
Princine come? in handled cups-M Ib., 15c:
1 Ib., 30c. United Profit Sharing Conpona in
??err cup. Il rou can't gel Princine ai your
grocer*!, aend his came and reccire . 2 ox.
.ample, or aend 15c for ii lb. cup. Mira
Princiae'a Biacuit Recipe tree upon requcat.
The Southern Manufacturing Co.
We Are I
and very much gratified with the
libera] patronage especially thia
thia week. We believe that we
have given entire satisfaction to
our customers old and new. Yea
for we are getting new customers
Today we have, Red Snappers,
Spanish Mackerel. Salmon Trout,
Black Fish, Red Fins, Shad and
fine large Shrimp.
We Still Dress Them.
Phone us early and of ?ten
C F. POWER & SON
201 McDuffie Street.
Monte Cristo, Tom Watson arni
Kleckley Sweet /i
2 Great Cantaloupes
Simm way's Giant, 30 to 40 lbs.;
DreerV Hondo, none better ....
Get seed at \
F ANT S BOOK STORE
DR. J-"?.^ WATSON
OfDco la Ugon ft Ledbetier Building."
North Main Street.
?li OtOce Phone 210.
, Residence .Winne S8t.
405-406 Bleckley Building |
Anderson, S. C.
Chis&olm, Trowbridge & Suggs j
New Theatre Building ' %
* 1 W. Whittier St. \ \
Don't Hide Them With a Veil; Re. I
move Them With the Online
This prescription for' the Removal
of freckles was written hy a ' promi
nent -physician and is usually so suc
cessful fet removing freckles and giv
ing's clear, beautiful complexion that
It is sold by -druggists under guaran
tee to refund the money if it fails.
Don't hide your freckles under si
veli; get an ounce of othlne and re
move them. Even the first few ap
plication* should show a wonderful
improvement, somo of the- lighter
freckles vanishing cntlroly.
Be sure to ask the druggist for the
double strength ot li Ino; it is-this that
is sold om the money-back guarantee.
GA. CORN CROP
Northeast Section of State. Shows
Decided Progress In Grain
ATLANTA. Qa.. April 15.-Inter
esting figures showing increased pro
duction of corn lu northeast Georgia,
particularly Rub un and Habersham
cou; i Mes, wore g i vet. out today by
Mr. H. W. Miller, assistant to thc
I president, Sojuthern Railway ,ond whu
ls also an officer ot the Tallulah Falls
I Railway Company,, the line of which
lies in Rabun and Habersham Coun
ties, Georgia and Macon county. North
The records show that in 1913
there were shipped from stations on
the. Tallulah Falls 4 solid cars of corn
and 51,826 pounds moving In leasMnaa
car load shipments, while in 1914
42 solid cars were shipped and 297,
34? pounds in less than car load ship
ments, an increase of over one thous
and per cent In car load shipments
and nearly six hundred per cent In
less than car load shipments.
\ "These figures give el?quent testl*
nxauj to the agricultural pi ogress be
ing made in tho mountain counties
'along the line ot thc Tallulah Falla,"
said Mr. Miller, "and show that the
people of pf those counties ar? taking
advantage ot the opportunities to pro
duce food crops for which they can
get good prices. Ii olsO shows that
there ls no ground for the belief at
one time current that rn'.?*'" of corn
grown in this section was shipped
pjeked in Jugs."
Carrying a Lead.
Two men were complimenting each
other on their habits of temperance.
"Old you ever, neighbor," said
one, "see mo with more than ? "could
"No, itu&eed.'" was the . reply, ".but
I-have seen von wheo 1 'bought you
had better gone twice after lt."
Ri-7 Oiloe Fire st Tupelo.
TVV'iU?, Miss.. April 15 -A light
ed cigarette. thriv?*>? away by a tramp
today, caused a fire at the Gulf Com
pre*? company's plant here, destroy
ing l>oo ba le a of cotton with a loss
? estimated at $75,000.
LIVESTOCK DAY AT
BUYERS FROM MANY STATES
MUCH CATTLE SOLD
W. W. Long Says All Cattle Rais
ed Can Bc Easily Sold For
GREENWOOD, April 16.-JCOV. Man
ning's eloquent plea for cooperation
ou part of all classes of citizens in
the line nf endeavor that has been
mnpped out. and is already, productive
of results, by the department of ag
riculture and clemson College was
admirably exemplified in the audience
which he addressed at the court
bouse Thursday morning. For Live
stock Day in Greenwood, the first of
ita kind ever held in this county, is
attended, in fact, celebrated, not on
ly by the farmers, but by represen
tatives of every calling. The large
assemblage at the morning exercises
was composed of 150 cadet? from the
Bailey Military Institute, the presi
dent of Lander College, many ladies
of the city and county, ministers,
lawyers, merchants and representa
tives from.similar professions in ad
Attracted to Greenwood by the ad
dress of Gov. Manning, perhaps pri
marily, the several hundred people
here divided their time with giving
the chief executive of the State the
closest attention, interspersed with
much applause, and an inspection of
the exhibits: brought from all sec
tions for the buyers of large firms In
Jersey City, Baltimore, Richmond,
Columbia and Augusta who were
brought to Greenwood b-. Mr. W. W.
ong, of Clemson College. One hun
dred and one head of Greenwood
County-rulBed cattle was sold at thc
fair grounds this afternoon. Mr.
Long insisted that for the present
these days shall be known as "cattle
days" not "beef daya," because it ls
only a "starter" for greater tilings
in the future. He assured the farm
ers in a short, practical address that
Greenwood cattle can be sold if raised
and that by next year markets would
be established at aeveral central
points of thc State.
So encouraged were the members
of the Greenwood Livestock Associa
tion and so appreciative were they
of the interest shown by those who
have taken an interest in the sale,
resolutions were adopted after Gov.
Manning's address thanking Presi
dent Fairfax Harrison, of the South
ern Railway, for sending his repre
sentative, Mr. E. C. Gatewood, to
assist with the sale. Mr. Driver, for
his presence. Swift & Company for
sending their head buyer, Mr. Mc
Donald, Mr. W. W. Long for his able
talk and ?Gov. Manning for hlB ex
cellent address. .
Pror. John O. Williams, of Clem
son College, and Mr. C. B. Farts,
county demonstration agent, are al
so due much praise for te success
of the day. They have given their
best efforts in assisting the farmers
to prepare their cattle for market and
are largely responsible for the gather
ing of Sot less than 1,00 farmers here
' CARD OF THANKS.
, We wish to thank our neighbors and
many friends for their sympathy and
kindness tendered to us since the
loss of our home by fire early Sunday
morning on Calhoun street..
MP?, and MRS. W. J. EDWARDS.
CA BO OF THANKS
We wish to publicly thank the many
friends who so kindly showered us
with i sympathy ?and assistance in the
death of our dear son and brother,
Olin, and to the spinning and spool
ing department which contributed
beautiful' floral tributes, tbsnks. Msy
God In his omnipotent goodness snd
power bless you one and all.
Mr. and Mrs. John Sml?t and Child
YOUR SICK CHILD
LOOK AT TONGUE
If cross, feverish or 'bilious give
"California Syrup of*
No matter w?at alls your child, a
gentle, thorough laxative should al
ways be the first treatment given.
If your little oue is out-of-sorta,
half sick, isn't resting, eating ?od act
ing naturally-look. Mother! see if
tongue is coated. This is a sure sign
that it's little stomach, liver and bow
els are clogged with waste. When
cross, Irritable, feverish, stomach
sour, breath bad or has stomach-ache,
diarrhea, sore throat, full of cold, give
a teaspoonful of "California Syrup of
Figs,", and in a few hours all the
constipated poison, undigested food
and sour bile gently, moves oat ot its
little bowels without griping, and you
hav? a well, playful child again.
Mothers can reef, after giving
this harmless "fruit laxative." because
It never falls to cleanse the little one's
liver and bowels and sweeten the
stomal and they dearly love tts
pleasant ^ste. Full directions for
babies, children of ail- ages sad for
grown-uufi printed on each, bottle.
Beware of counterfeit fig syrups.
Ask vpur druraist for a 50-cent bot
tle then see that ?t fd made by the
("California Fig Syrup Company."
* * * * ? ? *****;***
? ELECTRIC err
* Item? ol Interest ?cri Persern
? Wireless oe the Si
For the past several days County
Superintendant of Education J. B.
Felton has been making daily trips
into the country visiting various
schools and making thorough inspec
tions of the work under way. Yester- \
day be visited Zion school and found
everything In' fine shape.
Yankees Here Fifty
Year? Ago May I.
"Two weeks from tomorrow. or
May 1, will be 50 years ?ince the
Yankees invaded Anderson," said an
jld resident yesterday, who was a
youngster of thl.i etty during those
Uirrlng times. Ile went on to recite
Interesting incidents of those davs
and especially the day the Yankees
Appeared lu Andersen.,
At 4 o'clock thi J afternoon at
Buena Vista park the baseball team of
linnea Path high school will play the
tr-am of thc Anderson High school,
and an interesting game is promised.
Some days ago the Anderson bunt/,
journey to Monea Path for a game
with thc latter and came away with
a licking. The local bunch ure ex
ceedingly slow to imagine such a
performance being repeated this i.f
ternoon and are going to put up a
stiff fight to wallop the "furri?era."
No Memorial Day
Exercises This Year.
The UBual Memorial Day exercises
in the court housc will be dispensed
wKh thlB year, bul the gravej of thu
veterans in the several cemeteries
about the city will be strewn with
flowers. The R. E. Lee Chapter heir'
a meeting recently and decided thu.
inasmuch as Memorial Day fulls o?.
thc opening day of the Chautaur.ua I.
would be unwise to have the exercise!
held usually in the court house. Tht
Dixie Chapter has a prepetunl decora
tion In the croas of honor for tilt
dead, whlch^orlglnated with thi< chap
ter, and has been adopted very gen
orally throughout this State, und it:
many others. This true cross ls i
large replica ot the small bronze
cress of honor which ls given to liv
ing veterans, and Is placed at evjsry
grave of a Confederate veteran. The
ones to be placed this year are to
Mr. J. A. Brlssey, Mr. Q, M. Harp
er, Mr. J. B. Sanders, Mr. J. ll.
Burdine, and Mr. J. W. Med lock.
MKS. W. A. BU DU KN?, Editor
Christan Growth Club.
The Chritsian, Growth Club will
meet Friday afternoon at 4 o'clock at
the First Baptist church. Let every
girl be present to get her missionary
and find out what to do with her.
Also let each one, If possible, come
prepared to say what she will make
at the sewing party which they are
to have soon.
Mission 8?ady Class.
The* Mission Study Class will meet
on Friday afternoon at four o'clock
with Mrs. W. C. Broyles. on Webb
Mrs.. Grace Cater Div ver, of this
city, who bas been spending Some
time in Springfield, Mass,, has enter
ed the private sanitarium of Dr. Mary 1
Sanderson, in that city to take
special course tn mat age and elec
Miss Mab Bonham leaves this morn
ing tor Eutawvtlle to visit Miss Slnk
ier, who will, be her maid of honor
at the veterans reunion. They will
come back to Columbia next w?ek^
for the reunion.
Mrs. J. B. McGee, who has been
spending several months in Bamburg,
and Columbia, arrived In the city
yesterday and is with her daughter,
Mrs. G. M. Tollyi
Ladles Day. at Els; Home.
This ls Ladies Day at the Elk
Home, and a large number of tableo
have been made up to play this af
ternoon.. This always being a popular
place with Anderson's social set.
Ia Honor of Hiss Mary Dnnovant.
One of the largest ano most beauti
ful of the > post Easter card parties
was given yesterday afternoon by
Mi?. Marshall Orr, at ber handsome
new home in Norta Anderson. The
betuty of ' the already attractive
rooms were further enhanced by maty
lovely spring flowers, vjicleUi and
long graceful sprays of wisteria. Oe
ing used In proflslon.
The guest of honor was Miss Mary
Dnnovant of Chester. Mrs. Orr's. at
tractive "lsitor. Eight tables were
formed and several Interesting games
played. Mrs. G. B. Greene made the
highest score and was presented
with a beautiful potted hyacnth. The
honor -guest was presented with a
lovely box of crepe handkerchiefs.
After the cards were laid aside sn
elegant salad course, with ices was
Tho guest B fot the afternoon were:
Mesdames H. H, Watkins. Alice
Sykes. Prank Farmer, Anna Weston,
D. A. Ledbettec. J. H. Godfrey. L.
L. r/cc L. 8. Horton. W. D. Mo
Lean, vim&? Pr?vost, T. L. Caly, R.
G. .McDonald, J. B. Decamp. J. L.
Sherard, J. L. Gray, J. D. Ham
mett, John Anderson, J. J. Baldwin,
W. B. Valentine, D. S. Taylor, O. F.
Ross, S. L. Prince, 8. M. Orr, C.
A. Gsmbrltl, C. F. Greene, S. R.
Y SPARKLETS ?
d Mention Caught (hr?r th? ?
bleats of Anderson *
Very Fine Flub.
"1 bau? received four Urge ship*
menta cf very fine fish this week,
my last order coming in today." said
C. F. Power, the well known flan
merchant, yesterday in speaking of a
splendid outlay of 3ea food whlcn had
Just come In. "And br tonight." he
continued, "1 bet I won't have a Hal
lett. Anderson ls one of the best
fish, towns 1 know anything about "
Mr. Power Is advertising iu The In
telligencer thiB morning the various
kinds of fresh fish' which he has fust
received, lt is a tempting ad. to say
Cant. Laughlin HMS
Capt. Laughlin yesterday received
hi** commission as postmaster ai
Anderson and will taae over the af
fairs of the local office In the next
few days, or as soon as the outgoing
postmaster, John R. Cochran, can get
matters In shape to torn over to hL
successor. Mr. Laughl.'n received ;
recesa appointment to the postmaster
ship, and his appointment will b
confirmed by the senatf: when il
meets again. Thc friends of this gen
ial gentleman will be pleased to learn
that he ha* received his commis
Of Red Mes.
The great council of Rod Men of
South Carolina has adjourned after
an Interesting session at Newberry
OfllcerB for the ensuing year are ai
follows: A. E. lilli of Spartnuburg
great prophet; O. D. Gray. William -
ston, great sachem; Max Bryant of
Rock Mill, great senior -sagamore;
C. (!. BleaBc of Newberry, great
junior sagamore; R. L. Cromer;
of Union, recorder; greut representa
tive.-. Otto Klettner of Newberry; C
ES. Tolly of Anderson; A. E. Hill of
Spnrtanburg; holding over. C. L
I ?lease of Columbia and Dr. J. P
Carlisle of Greenville.
There's nothing slow about the
automobile business these day.i, ac
cording to Archie L. Todd, the For.l
representative tn Anderson. Mr.
Todd ?tated yesterday that during thi.
past few days he had sold three nice
machines to citizens of this city, ono
being placed with W. D. Mclean, our
with Eugene Watkins anti another
with George Hare .ett.
Parker, C. B. Greene, Misses Mar
garet Evan*. I ouise Humphreys. Ella
Man CumlngB, Mab Bonham. Bertha
vashlii, Lydia Orr.
Cards This A flor noan.
Mts. Frank 1".oed will entertain a
few iriend? at cards thia afternoon.
o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o
o BASEBALL RESULTS. o
National Lei .gue.
At Chicago 2; St. L?UIB 4.
At Cincinnati 2; Pittsburgh 1.
At New York 2; Brooklyn 0.
At Boston 1; Philadelphia 7.
Federal Leal se.
At Chicago, 1; Plttsburgb 3.
At Baltimore 2; Buffalo 6.
At Brooklyn 17; Newark 6.
At Kansas City 4; St. Louis 3.
South Atlantic League.
At Albany 7; Jacksonville 1.
At Augusta 0; Savannah 3.
At Charleston 5; Columbia 0.
At Macon 6; Columbus 4.
At St. Louis 0; Chicago 1?.
At Philadelphia 3; Boston B.
At Washington 1; New York 3.
At Detroit *>; Cleveland 4.
At Atlanta 5; New Orleans 7.
. At Birmingham 7; Mobile 5.
At Chattanooga 0; Memphis 17.
At Little Rock 5; Nash-stlle 13.
Marc/jard Pitched No.Hlt Game
NEW YORK. April 15.- Rube Mar
quard, who Jumped to the Brooklyn
Federals and - then returned to the
New York Nationals, celebrated his
return to organized baseball ' by
pitching a no-hit game today against
Brooklyn, New York winning 2 to 0
Only titree men reached first base on
Msrquard; two on balls, one on.
fielder's error. Only throe balla were
hit to the outfield.
Took Mother-* Advice.
Some time ago a party named
Brown married a pretty little thing,
and af tor tho usual' honeymoon the
young couple settled down to house
keeping. Little wlfey wasnt much
ot a cook, but she managed fairly
well In the matter of bolling eggs and
frying potatoes, and hubby didn't
"Harry, dear," happily remarked
wlfey when hubby returned from the
office one evening. "I have been bak
ing a pie for you. I want you to
come and see lt."
"Why, so you have," resnonded
Harry, hastening to the kitchen and
taking a critical look at the pastry
"But what in the deuce ls the mstter
with lt? The crust doesn't hslf cover
"Of course it doesn't silly." .smil
ingly returned the young wife. "Your
mother told me how. to make the plo
and she particularly said you like the
crust very short."-Philadelphie Tele
FOLEY KIDNEY l
WT SACHACH* Kl Oft ??8 ?OS
r_jf/^ This is t
for yourself, if you seek .nen, if yo
fixtures, equip* ment.
Twenty-five words or ISM, OOO Tl
Bis Times si oo.
?ll advertisement over twenty-!!vi
word. Ratea on 1,000 words to
No advertisement taken tor !**s I
If your name appears In the tels]
your want ad to 821 and a bUl willi
i prompt payment.
WANTED TO SELL-Bandy Springs,
Rural Water Worka, supplies
farms with waler for stock and
home. Ko rams and no pumps.
Erected by manufacturers. For
prlccB and information, apply to
Rochester & Smith, Sandy Springs,
WANTED-To buy 80 to 100 bUBhela
peas at $1.50 r-'r bushel. J. J.
WANTED-A reliable representative
in every community to act as agent
for The Intelligencer. Liberal com
missions paid. Apply The Anderson
WANTED-To correspond. conll
dentially, with anyone deslrlous of
becoming permanently cured ot the
morphine or whiskey habit ' The
KEELEY IN8TITUTE, COLUMBIA,
8. C., Box 75.
4(IENTS WANTED- ?6.00 to StO.nO al
day can IM* made selling thc beau
tiful 25x30 State ami 'County Wall
Map of South Carolina and North
Cnrollua. Contains world map and
map of United States and its pos
sessions. Sample to agents CO cents.
1 dozen SG.00. Retails for 91.00.
Order of Southern Supply Co., 71?
Kollock St., Augusta. Ga. 4-15-Gt.
WANTED-One Shetland Pony, about
48 Inches high, four to five yenni
old, well broke and with good dis
position. IA A. Edwards, Seneca,
3. C. 4-16-3t
SEE A. L. TODD FOR BA KG A IN
IN USED FOR CAR. HC ll RY AT
POUND-On West Whltner street
yesterday a bunch of keys with a
Chero-Cola crown puller, all on a
key hook. Owner can have same
by describing and paying for Ulis
ad. Apply at Intelligencer office.
Sunday School Teacher-It always
os y s to speak the truth.
Tommy Tufnut-Dat's right. De
Did man licks me like thunder when
le ketches me in a lie.-Philadelphia
HJ...!."??*1!-11 1 "
ts gone. Tomorrow does not es*
DDAY is the day of Opportunity,
he coloumn of opportunities. Read
it-If you seek a broader opening
u want to buy or sell machinery.
Im? SI cents. Tarts Tunes BO cents. .
i ?ords prorat? Cor each additional
be med In a mouth made on appll- ,
'.har. SI cents, cash tn bdvaiwe.
?hone directory yoe caa telephone
>* malled after ita Insertion for
FOR RENT-Store recently occupied
br The Intelligencer Job Printing
Department If interested In a flue
stand and good proposition, apply
to Tim Intelligencer. 3-13-tf
FOR SALE-Fifty bushels unknown ..
peas. Forman Smith; Seedman.
Phone 464. 4-14-8t !
FOR SALE-Two Oliver typewriters \
model 7 at a bargain, one brand
now other used euc months. Can .
get either or both. Write at once.
Address Box 73 City. 4-14? Ctp.
.I " " 1 "" ' ..
FOR SALE-Some of the best coal
and wood on the market at right
prices. Wood qut to your order.
Low country alabea' still my spe
cialty. W. Himer, Hucceasor to
Piedmont Coal & Wood Co. Phone
THE DRY STOVE WOOD we seit ts
certainly ri ring the best of sstis
faction. How do -we knowT By the
repeating orders from satisfied cus
tomers. Stove wood cut any
length. B. N. Wyatt. Phone 182.
POTATO SLIPS-We expect today a
few thousand Nancy Hall variety.
Furman Smith. Seedman, Phono
MONEY TO LOAN-We have to loan,
for a client, $6,000 on first mort
gage farm lands.. All to one pnrty.
Peoples Bank. . .4-15-1*.
DO YOU oat to live, or live to eat*
Well, no matter which In either
eade whenever you wish to eat
something good, and dont care to
pay all you've got fox lt; couse to
the "Utile Oem" Cate, No. 188 W.
Whitner 8t, J. B. Derrick, Propr. '
BUCK-EYE BARBER SHOP-Hair
cut 15c, shave 10. Best service.. .Sat
isfaction guaranteed, 0. A. McClain,
DAY OLD CHICKS-12 1-2, 16c, Reds.
Plymouth Rocks and ordinary
chicks. 10O off every Monday. Bat?/
delivery guaranteed. Phone 847, or
write Room 6, 1191-2 N. Main St.
Memphis, Term., April 13*14,1918.
rickets on sale April 10, ll and 12, limited to retara April 24, 1018.
r PIEDMONT & NORTHERN RAILWAY
(Seaboard Air Line and N. C. & St. L.)
Special Pullman Traiv will leave Spartanburg on April 1201, through
to Memphis Without Change.
Nineteenth Annual Convention
AMERICAN COTTON MANUFACTURES
r HOM . BO37N0 TRIP FABE
Leare Spartnafearg ,.814.*? A.M..
[icave Greer.9*23 A.M..
[?are Greenville.10.00 A.M..SaJft
[*ave Piedmont.10:32 A. M.SU* <
[?are Pelser.10:42 A.M..Sift
>ave Williamston.10:47 A.M..2SJ?,
>are Bellon. .11.10 A.M..SM?
>ave Honra Path.11:23 A.M..
Irrlve atlanta. Ga..4:3.? P.M.
Irrlve jfenphls, Tens.8x33 A.M.
jonacetN at Belton arith train from Anderson? V:
" For reservations and Pullman ratea, write
C.S. AU JEM. T.-M.?
Greenville. S. C.
PIEDMONT INSURANCE AGENCY
See Me For 4 ,
> Any and All \ ^
^ INSURANCE. " .
>^ C. E. TR1BBLE, Manag< ?