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We have built up our grocery business ?on the principle that
people know what they want and are entitled to get it. If you
ask for an advertised article in this store, and it is a meritorious
one, you can get it.
If you ask our opinion as to what is best in a certain line, wc
will tell you to the best of our judgment, but we never try to in
duce a customer to buy something "just as good" because we
make more profit on it than on advertised articles.
Don't you think you should give all your trade to such a
Anderson Cash Grocery Co.
"LET MCLELLAN TELL YOU HOW"
Every Kind and Every Size
Screen Doors and Screen Windows
We will furnish a man to screen an entire house or any part of it;
and the work will be well done. Our prices are moderate.
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How Many Steps to
AN extension from your pr?sent telephone to the floor
stair climbing, time and hollier. It is a hinging that the
I busy housewife will appreciate every day in the year. j
The service costs but a few cents a week. No home I
should be without an Extension Telephone. li
j Call the Business Office to-day.
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HE HAD Wi
Tho following letter relating the
thrilling experiences of a Baptist Mis
sionary lu China has been received in
Anderson by a cousin of the mission-'
ary, who ia a native or Scotland:
Ko. 1 Villas Tap SVac.
Macao, Dec. 7th, 1!>11.
Dear -r-- ~:
We have had no letter from you
thia week yet. but I will take tills
opportunity to writ?* you while l have
lt, as I do not know what may turn
up lo hinder me inter on.
1 did not get to fulfill my engage
ment to preach tn the students at the
seminary, aa 1 received an urgent
telegram last Wednesday calling me
to go immediately to Kong Moon, so
I had i "> leavfcs everything aside to
go therr to find out what was the
matter. The telegram got the Chinese
characters mixed up in transmission
so thal I could not make any mean
ing out of it, and U3 there was no
name signed to it I was a little sus
picious that it might he pirates ur
! someone ut that description trying
I to get me out to thc country to way
? lay me, aa the country ls swarming
1 with pirates at pr?sent and they are
I up to all sort of tricks to seize peo
ple and hold them up for ransom.
However, when I got to Kong Moon
I found that the telegram had been
mangled In transmission and the rea
son for calling mc was that the Chili? \
esc pastor of the K'-?*",^ Moon church
and oue ot thji members had been
arrested and iiirown Into orison with
out any cause whatever, and without
i even any charge being preferred
Tl'.e circumstances of their arrest
were a? follows: A week ago last
Friday some soldiers broko open our i
chapel nt To Cen, an outstation of thc
Kong Moon church, came in and brok?. ?
open tho bookcase containing thc
IMbles and hymn booka, and a trunk
containing clothes belonging to om
c( our seminary students in Can
ton, and broke down apart of om
back wall to got through to an empty
pawnshop at the rear of our premises,
where they suspected there wore some
had characters In hiding.
. When the pastor of Kong Moon
church, under who?e charge ls this
station, went to thc military officials
to ask for an explanation cf the con
duct of thes? Boldlers, they simply
laid hold of Ji.m and the m em bei* of
the church w :? accompanied him. and
threw them luto prison, remnrklnr j
that If they thought that because
they wore in the church they could
call ou them to account for their ac
tions (sven if they burned down th<
whole place, he would let them sec
differently us they would not be ac
countable lo anyone for what thej
did, and because they had nothing to
accuse thom of they threatened to ac
cuse them of being revolutionaries, r
very' dangerous proceeding as far ar
these two men v. ere concerned, ar
thc city ls under martial law, and any
one accused of being a revolutionary
is liable to be ?bet on sight without
any trial whatever.
Twice parties ot responsible Chris
tian business men omi preachers wem
to stand security (or these two men
but were driven-awny by the soldiers
without seeiug the Officials*. When
arrived I went straight to officials
quarters' In company with my teachci
and did not wait for permission to
see anyone, I Bimply handed my cure,
to the soldier on duty and ordered
liku to take it in to the o'tlclal and
tell him I was coming in to see him.
and forthwith walked right into tho
official audience room. After a while
an official came in and announced
that ho waa the secretary to the .
tung ling cr head military otllcial, and
iaformed mc that the tung ling wus
away on official business and that tho
wai uen, the under military official
was out and he did not know at what
time he would get back that evening.
I As 1 had to get hack to where 1 won
living, about 4 miles front there, be
' fore dark, I left my card and told the I
I secretary lo make an appointment
I with the wal uen for me at eight
o'clock Uio following morning. I
expected bo would play a trick on nu
ana be out when I called so 1 got
up before daylight and got tburc be
fore tliey got' up and went right it
and waited till the first uudor ofilcial
appeared and asked him to call the
'Val uen ns I .wanted tc aee him on
official business. He Bald that neith
er he nor the t'u*-g ling were there
both being in Canton on ofilcial busi
ness, l told him that the whole crowd
of them were.a pack of Hurs and ras
cals, as tho secretary had tdd me thc
precious evening that the t'ung lins
had gone to T'ol Shaun in the opposite
direction from Canton, and that thc
wui uen was in Kong Moon on the
previous evening. 1 told them I had
to BOO the official In charge right then,
and would not move from there till
1 had seen him.
I then sat down and made myself
comfortable and wrote tho circum
stances to the consul in Canton to
present to the governor so that he
could send some one down to enquire
into tho caap, and sent my toucher
off with it. instructing him to have
my luggage und camp bed sent to
tie o'.'.lclal quarters/ps I waa going
to camp there till either some one
would see mo. or the governor sont
a representative down to enquiro into
thc case. In tho meantime 1 went
out to a restaura,:' ard lind n good
Chinese dinner anifa returned to thc
ofilcial Quarters aal ordered my lug
gage taken luto thai o'.'io ia I audience
At this tho mide^raciala began to
protest-litany fhwHra?'W pteie' for mc
to atay there, but I pimply told them
not to worry as 1 would Boon find c
placo for myself and tho only way
they could prevent mo from coming
in wan by using force. 1 told them
that they hud arrested those men for
doing what was perfectly wlUiin their
right in corrie? to demand an ex
planation about thia matter, and 1 had
come to demand the oamo explanation,
as 1 waa the lessee bf tte'properly,
so they could put roe under arrest cs
well, or if they did "u ol care to do ar.
1 would put myself under arrest, und
! If they feared I might run away the?
: could put me In tho irons they hr. *
threatened these men with. I then pro
cocded to spread out my camp bo-i
?and went on* to lied.,About m'dnlgh*
i tho rascal who arrqitvd these tw ?
.men returned, nud began b'.u Sterin;,
around and cpr?in? a?d swearing a
i thc under officials for iettlns sim In
I but they sahl thov dv3 not dare t
! prevent use. AJt'r a while tilia rasca:
came *n tc- have a 10*5* at mu think
ing Uhut I was asleep, but when iv
got right opposite my bod I openod'
ujj'niy eyes wide cid.'Blared st him
as I wanted to have ?a good look a*
him so that I wight recognize him
tn the morning. Thia'-seemed to dis
concert him. ?s ho weht off to bed
without t oother word. ?Next morning
?toqk .up my poaltica at tho oxit
cv that no one could .coron In or out
without mo Boeing, as I wanted tr
catch another sight of thia man.
About lu o'clocx he carno out drcsa
od ready to go off somewhere, but J
Btood in the entrance in front of him
blocking his way, and told him
wanted to seo him on official bucl
nesa. Ho turned back maida with r.
string of abuBlve language and hegm
dividing out three rdaat piga andakret
large .Jars of wine of about % to 3
gallons each, which some ono- bad
aent as a present? for como servlci
performed. If we had soot In some*!*
thing similar wc would" hav-v had nc
olfficnlty In* getting anything yyd warf
pd. They spent, the laming oaWif
the ptgs and drinking Hbo wine, in
fctead ol attending ti, ?jr.j bUElney^
' j About noon '"Hi t*hug. ling como !n
Snd I Immt'diaicly aent In ray car*
9 him, and ht1'guru me nu audienci
immediately. Hi ordored the Imrncd
late release of th aso two roon on
promised to make- good tho'damage
done to the chapel hy the soldiers. Hi
waa much dlaturped that ! bad put th?
rriatter in the \::\\\?:i of tho conbul. Jd
explained that th?. breaking of tii<
chapel waa ,?n absolute necessity t<
g?t at the people frr the-pawn&hip be
hind. 1 have written to the consul
telling him that the t'ung Ung ha?
given me satisfaction, hut asking that
tho rascal who wa*' responsible for
the arrest and detention" ot these mer
ada the soldiers that wantonly am ash
ed the things in the chapel, be dealt
d expect that you think that ? did
a most outrageous thing squatting
down on tho officials, and taking pos
session of their place but ono needs to
have the cheek or a brasB hionkey to
deal wita thew rascals, what the
want ls to get mosey, but UH y nn.<i
n mistake thia lime. Yoi? ?oe t?;at we
hr.vo au -sorta of tbltiRS to attend to
I don't know what got into my hes
to write you all these petty details,
but 1 haw just got back, and tho thin;
was fresh in toy mind, but it will
help yo? to know a little of the BO;
of things we have to do sometimes
out here. Love- to all nt homo.
ti rain nnd Seeds.
Ear-corn, per bushel . ...VOc to il.00 j
Mixed peas.fl.50 to SI (IO
Cano seed, per bushel .. .....11.851
Soy beans, per J>ufUe].12.50
California black eye peas, per
bushol.$2.75 to $3.00
Dwarf Essex Pope, per pound. . .ICc
Cleveland, per buBhel.. ..75c to $1.09
Cooks, per bushel .. ..$1.00 to $1.2?
Toole, per bushel.75c to $1.00
Mitchells Proline, per bushel.. $1.50
Texas IUordan. per bu. $1.00 to $1.25
Culpopper, per bushel.$1.00
Hens, each.35c to 50c
Friers, each.30c to 45c
Porkers dressed, per lb. 12c to 12 l-2c
Hogs dressed, per lb.Ile
Mutton dressed, per lb. ICe to ll l-2c
Beet cattle, per lb.4 to 4 l-2c
Veal call, per lb.4 to 5 1
Hogs, per lb. .8 to 9c
Sheep, per lb.. ..4 1-2 to 5 l-2c
Country hams, por lb. 15c to 17 l-2c
Eggs, per doz.17 l-2e
Butter, per lb.20 to 25c
Sweet potatoes, per bu. . .$1.00 to $1.10
Turnips, pm* bu.60c to 85c
Turntp Oreeus, ppr bu... COc to 75c
Spring onions, per bunch 3c to 3 l-2c
Local cotton 0 3-4 to 10 cents.
New York Market.
Opon high low eton
May.10.16 10.21 10.13 10.24
July.10.74 10.50 10.37 lo.ao
October*..10.74 10.81 10.71 10.81
December.. .. 10.90 10.88 10.88 10.98
fOct->iov. .. ..5.99 5.96
Cotton Opened ut Decline.
NEW YORK, April ?0^-Cotton
opoaed at a decline of 7 to 9 points
today under rather heavy Wall
Street realizing, while there waa also
consid?rable selling by houses ut Li\(
erpOOl. Southern Connections. Early
decline carried the market 9 to 13
points net lower, but offerings . be
camo smaller and. prices steadied on
covering, with continued Wall street
Eat Less And Take
Salts For Kidneys
Take a Glass cf Salts If Your Sack
v Hurts Or Bladder
Tho American men and womon
must guard constantly against Kidney
trouble, >.<.*:. use we oat too much and
all our rood is rich. Our b?oo.l la
filled with uric acid whit h tho kid
neys strive to filter out, they weaken
from overwork, bocomo sluggish; tho
eliminative tissues clog and the rel?
suit is kidney trouble, bladder weak
ness and a general decline In health.
When your kidneys feel Uko lumps
of lead; your back hurts or tho urine
ia cloudy, full of sediment or you aro
obliged to seek relief two or thre.i
times during the night; If you suffer
with sick headache, or you have,
rheumatism when tho weather ts bad,
get from your pharmacist about four
ounces ot Jad Salta; take a tattle
p.poenful in a glass of water before
breakfast for a few day:* and your |
kidneys will then act UJO. Tills fam
ous Hilts is made from the add of
grapes nnd lemon' juice, combined
with llthla, and lina been used for
g?n?rations to flush and stimulate
clogged kidneys; lo neutralizo tho
acids in the urlno HO lt no long r la
a nu ree o; Irritation, thus onding
Ja.1 Salts ls Inexpensive; cannot in
fo-?y raakea a delightful effervescent
Hchl>*wat#r beverage and bcloaga In
every homo, because nobody can make
a mistake by bnving a good kldne,
flushing any time.
OPEN N0STR11S? END
A COLD OR CATARRH %
I How To Cet Relief When Head *
and J\oo2 are Si?iTc? Up.
Count fifty? Your cold in hoad' or
catarrh disappears. Your clogged nos
trils wilt open, the air passages ot
your head will clear and you can
breathe freely. No more snuffling,
hawking, .mucous dlschrrge, drynens
or headache; no struggling for breath
Oct a small bettie of Ely's Cream
Balm from your druggist and apply s
little of this fragrant antiseptic cream
in your nostrils, lt penetrates through
every air passage of the head, sooth
ing and healing the swollen or in
flamed membrane, giv>s; you instant
relist. ' Head colds and catarrh yield
Ilk? . magic. Don't stay stuffed, up
syd miserable. Kt?iiet Is sure.
ll; : . /
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to Tho Intelligencer. 3-13-tt
FOR SALE-Some? of tho best coal
and wood on tho market at right
prices. Wood cut to your order.
Low country alabes still my spe
cialty. W- Ulmer, successor to
i Piedmont Coal & Wood Co. Phono
i C49.? 4-15-tt
FOR SALE-Good milch Cow D. P.
Chamblee, RC. Anderson, S. C.,
Phono 3514. '3-20-3t.
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in every community to net as agent
tor The Intelligencer. Liberal com
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becoming permanently cured of tito
morphine or whiskey habit Tho
KEELEY INSTITUTE, COLUMBIA,
S. G., Box 75. I
AGENTS WANTED-$5.00 to $10.00 ai
day can be made selling the beau
tiful 25x30 State and County Wall
Map ot South Carolina and North
Carolina. Contains world map and
map r i United States and its pos
sessions. Sample to agents CO cents.
1 dozen $0.00. Retails for $1.00.
Order of Southern Supply Co., 710
Kollock St.. Augusta, Qa, - 4-15-6t
WANTED-Lawyers to know we havo
a full line .of manuscript covers.
Anderson Printing Co., T. K. Roper,
HELP WANTED-We can gi?e ten or
a dozen white girls Bteady employ
ment at the Anderson Underwear
Factory. Light work, good hours
and good pay. Call and see or
write Wm. J. Muldrow, Manager.
She-It seems strange that you did
not remember my face, and yet you
remember my name.
Ho (awkwardly)-Well, you know,
you have an attractive sort of name.
is gone. Tomorrow does not ex?
?DAY is the day of Opportunity,
the coloumn of opportunities. Read
5 it-if you seek a broader opeu^g
)u want to buy or sell machinery?
imo 25 cen'*, Three Tia oe M cen ts.
. h - ;
e words pror*l* tor each additional
be used in a roath made on appU
than SS cents, cash in cd ranee.
phone dlrecu ry yen caa telephone
bs malled f'.er tts insertion for
DRY, PINE WOOD, cut. or in tour
foot lengths, or slabs; and perfect" ,
ly dry. Prices right Bee me tor
all kinds of Are wood. B. N. Wyatt,
"The 16.00 Coal Man."
POTATO SLIPS-We expect today a
few thousand Nancy Hall variety. *
Furman Smith, Seedman, Phone
IP, ITS IN SEASON, and flt to eat,
we have it; and the price won't make
\ you loBe your appotite either. "LU
? tie acm" Cafe, J. E. Derrick, Pro?
j prletor. 128 W. Whltner Street.
! BUCK-EYE BARBER 8H0P-Hair
cut 16c, shave 10. Best service. Sat
isfaction guaranteed. C. A. McClain,
Let ?B du pl i cato your next broken
lens while you wait. Can make it
from a piece of tho old glass,-don't
need your prescription. Have tho
most modern Grinding Plant in the
South. If you aro from Missouri just
come in we'll show you.
Dr. M. R. Campbell,
Louisa S. Hilgenboeker,
112 W. Wbitncr St-, Ground Floor.
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DR. J. E. WATSON
j Office In Ligon & Ledbetter Building.
North Main Street.
Residence Phone SSS.
C. GADSDEN SAYRE
405-406 Bleckley Building
Anderson, 3. C.
Chisholm, Trowbridge & Sugg*
New Theatre Building
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