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Orate and Heed?.
Ear corn, per bushel_ww to $1.00
Mixed peon.$1.50 to 31. Co
Cane seed, per bushel.Si.25
Boy beans, per bushel.$2:60
California black eye peas, per
bushel.$2.75 to $:*.00
Dwarf Essex Rape, per pound. ..15c
Cleveland, per bushel.. . .7fie to SI .Of
Cooks, per,bush?;.ll.00 to $1.2S
Toole, per bushel.76c to $1.00
Mitchells Prolific, per bushel.. $1.50
Texas Riordan, per bu. $1.0? to $1.25
Culpepper, per bushel.$1.00
Hens, each.35c to 50c
Friers, each.30c to 45c
Porkers dressed, per lb. 12c to 12 I-2c
Hogs dressed, per lb.ile
Mutton dressed, per lb. 10a to ll l-2c
Beet cattle, per lb.4 to 4 1-2c
Veal calf, per lb.4 to 5 l-2c
Hogs, per lb.8 to 9c
Sheep, per lb.4 1-2 to 5 l-2o
Country hams, per lb. 15c to 17 l-2c
Eggs, per dos.17 l-2t
Butter, per lb.20 to 26c
Bweet potatoes, per bu. . .$1.00 to $1.10
Turnips, pur bu.60c to 85c
Turnip Greens, per.bu... COc to 76c
Spring onions, per bunch 3c io 3 l-2c
Local cotton 9 3-4 to io cents.
New York Market.
Open high low close
May.. .. ..10.10 10.22 10.14 10.11
July..40.42 10.4G 10.37 10.37
October.10.76 10.77 10.66 ?0.C.7
December .. ..10.92 10.93 10.83 10.83
New York, April 21.--Rotatively
easy cables wer? followed by a re
newal of scattering liquidation in tho
cotton market here at opening today
with the first prices 6 to 9 points
lower. Market* unsettled after mid
day with prices ruling 8 to 13 points
*???AAiiA?aft??>A* lt. fi If.tl JU.
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W. M. and Mrs. Sherard and Miss
Lydia Sherard or Wllliamston were
among the visitors in the city yester
Mrs. J. A. Horton ot Belton was
among the shoppers in the city yes
William Breaxeaic. Jr., weat to Ab
beville yesterday on business.
Joe Maddox, formerly of this city
bot for the past several years a resi
dent of Charleston, ls Spending a few
day? in the city.
John Campbell ot Pendleton was
among the visitors in the city yester
day. .. _
Capt. G. Cullen Sullivan luis gone
to Hendersonvlllc. N. C.. for a stAy I
of several wooka. He ts stopping at
the Kentucky Home Hotel.
E. K. Garrison ls expected homo
from Wofford Colige today for a vis
it of a few days.
FOLEY KIDNEY PILLS
fOi BACKACHE RtOfifYS Awn KUncM
Altar FOOT ?eut ol Discouraging
C^^<^ Mrs. Bd?ock Cave
Upi* Despair* Hoifad
Citron, Ky.-ia an Interesting letter
frc* tnt* place, Mrs. Bettie Buttock
orites ss teSows: "1 suffered for tour
year*, widi womanly troubles, and dorins
thia tb??, I owW only sit np for a little
whBe, and GO?2d not walk anywhere at
.Kw At tte**, I would ve severe pains
Sa my kt* at?te
Tte* teeter vs* catted io, and his treat
ment relieved ma ter a ?mfie, bot 1 wat
gvxtft conSatd lo wy bed agata. Attar
thai, ootb!ta itemed to do s*? any good.
."THE COUNTRY HOY**
At the I'arnmount Friday, April
"Tho Country Hoy" wat? originally,
in Its legitimate form, one of tho
most popnlnr comedies ever produced
in America. KT run for more than a
year In New York City and the-" were
more than ten companies on tear, nil
playing to capacity ?udlencps.
The title role of "The Country Hoy"
i ; played by Marshal ...'eilan, and tin
two leading feminine roles are play
ed by Florence Dagmar and Dorothy
Oreen. The plot concerns the ex
periences of a young man who leaves
his home In tho country to make his
fortune In the metr?poli*, but who ls
too weak to resist the temptations of
his new environment. In the end be
comes to a full appreciation of the
virtue? of the country girl and her
sincere love, and. returning to the
country, regalnti his self respect.
Drugs Excite Your
Kidneys, Use Salts
If your Back hurts or Bladder
bothers; drink lots of
When your kidneys hurt and your
hack feels sore, don't got scared and
proceed to load your stomach with a
lot of druga that excite the kidneys
and Irritate the entire urinary tract.
Keep your kidneys, clean like you
keep your bowelB clean, by flushing
them with . a mild, hnrmless salt's
which removes the body's urlnous
waste and stimulates them to their
normal activity. The function of tho
kidneys ls to filter tho blood. In 24
hours they : train from lt 500 grains
of acid and waute, so we can readily
understand the vital Importance ot
keeling (he kidneys active.
Drink lots of water-you can't
drink too much;, also get from any
pharmacist about four ounces of Jud
Salts; take a tablespoonful a glass
of water before breakfast each morn
ing for a few days and your kidneys
will act linI'H . This famous salts is
mado from the acid of .' gripes (\nd
lemon Juice, combin?e with lithln,
and ba9 been used for generations to
clean and stimulate clogged kidneys;
also to* neutralise the acids In urine
so it no longer Is a source of irrita
tion .thus ending bladder weakness.
Jad Salt? ?9 inexpensive; cannot in
jure; makes a delightful effervescent
llthla water drink "?hloh everyone
should take now nnd then to keep
their kidneys cle?n and active. Try
Ulis, also keep u? Ute water drinking,
and no doubt you will wonder what
become of your kidney trouble and
Tho pop-eyed darky on the witness
Stand had been concent during his
examination in chief to answer Yes
or No to all question, but a contro
vcav now arose hetweou his lawyer
X had gotten so weak I could not stand,
and I ggve up in despair.
At Ikst, my husband got me a bonis of
Cardui, the woman's tonic, and I com
menced taking It From the very first
dose, 1 could tell it was helping me. I
caa now walk two miks without ita
tiring me, and am doing all my work."
/ rlt you ere all run down from womanly
troubles, don't give up in despair. Try
Cardui, tho woman's tonic, lt has helped
[more than a million women, ia ita 60
years of continuous success, and thou J
surely help you, too. Your druggist hat
sold Cardui for year*. He knows what
it win do. Ask him. He wm recom
mend lt Begin taking Cardui today.
There are on display in Anderson TODAY, a number of Very Attractive Show Windows; trimmed and entered in
this Contest by some of the leading merchants of the city. Among them are displays from the firms named below,
which are well worth seeing.
"For An Hour In The Garden Before Breakfast"
Walter H. Keeae & Co.
Anderson's Progressive Jewelry Store.
Gloves, Bocket Books, Hosiery, Collars, Notion-.,
Haney Hair Bins, and Toilet Articles,
Lingerie Dresses and Silk
Dresses and Millinery.
, D. Geiaberg.
"A Jeweler's Window"
W. H. Lyon.
Hawke's Cut Glass and a Jewelry Window
Marchbanks & Babb.
White Canvass Rubber Soled Oxfords
Geisberg Broa. Shoe Co.
Clothing, Hats, Shirts, Underwear, Haberdashery
and Regal Shoes
R. W. Tribble.
Clothing and Shirts
B. O. Evana & Co.
Southern Public Utilities Co.
Anderson Cash Grocery Co.
Spacial Sale of Carnations
Fants Book Store.
WASHINGTON. April 39.-There
ure two type -, ot squashes, the bush
varieties sb. aid be planted In hills
four fet apart each way and tho
running varieties eight to 10 feet
apart each way. Equashes are pro
lific, and a supply for the averago
family will ordinarily be furnished
by five or six hills of each sort.
Squash seed should not be planted
until after danger of frost is over and
the soil is quite warm. The cultiva
tion and care of squashes should be
the same as that given cucumbers'or
The summer squash ls prepared
for the table tn Baverai ways, lt may
be bolled and eaten with butter,' pep
per and Bait, or it may be parboiled
and then friend. It may also he sliced
without bolling, soaked in water with
a little salt, and then fried in egg
and bread crumbs or cracker crumbs,
stowed or steamed, to be served with
butter and Bait, or are prepared in
the same way for pie filling. They
may also be buken and served in the
shell or the flesh may be scraped out
after baking and served with butter
Varieties recommended: The va
rieties of summer squash commonly
grown in the South are Paitypan.
Summer Crookneck, and Vegetable
Marrow. Of the winter squashes, the
Delicious and Hubbard are among the
To get a crop of early tomatoes the
Beed should be started about eight
weeks before time for setting the
plants in the field. In the lower South
the plants can be grown in cold
frames covered with canvas or cotton
cloth, but In the upper South a hot
bed should bo employed. When only
a few planta are needed the seed may
be sown In a shallow box in tho
house. For the best results in grow
ing tomatoes the young plants should
be transpired as soon as they reach
a height of one and one-half to two
inches. Transplant these plants to
stand two inches apart "each way in
a hotbed, cold frame, or box In the
house. When the plants begin to
crowd lt ls a good pfan to transplant
thom to flower pots, plant bands, old
strawberry boxes, or tin cans from
which the bottoms and tops have been
Tomr.'.o plants should he set In the
open as soon as danger of frost has
passed. If the plants aro to bo prun
ed to one or two stems and tied to
stakes, they should be set 18 inches
apart In rows three feet apart. If the
plants are not prnned or staked, they
may be planted three feet apart in
rows four feet a)art. It is advisable,
however, to prune and train to stakes,
especially for the early crop, . A*
plants so treated will beb. ?althler
and more easily cultivated and will
produce fruit which ls earlier and
more uniform in sise and shape than
that produced by plants which have
nm been trained and prune?. Soon
after setting tho plants in the field a
siake Should be driven near er.ch
plant, to which it may be tied. Cara
should bo exercised to tie the pl tut t
so that it will not be Injured by the
string, A good plan is to loop tho
string, around tho stake and tie U
under a leaf stem. Go over the Watch
one? every wiek or ten days and re
move ali shoots starting In the axils
of the leaves.
.ot?ei recommended: For early
I tomatoes, Karliana or Chalk's Early
es and Turnips
Jewel is recommended, preferably the
former. For medium and late varie
ties, the following aro suggested:
Greater Baltimore, Red Rock, Globe.
Beauty, Acme, and Stone. The Stono
ls usually preferred for canning. For
further information on tomato cul
ture see Farmers' Bulletin 642, entitl
ed "Tomato Growing in the South."
This can be bad by apply to the Unit
ed States department of agriculture.
The turnip should be grown both
as n spring and as a fell crop. For
thc spring crop, plant as early as thc
condition of the soil will permit, and
for the fall crop sow the seed In late
summer or early autumn. Sow thc
seed thickly In rows 15 to 18 Inches
ai}.-rt, and as tho plants reach a
height of four or five inches begin
thinning, using the young plants for
greecs. For good roots thin the
plants to about three Inches apart In
the row. Cultivate turnips the same
as carrots and parsnips. Turnips
may be left in the ground until need
ed for the table, pulled and stored
In a cellar, or buried in banks or.
Varieties recommended. Purple Top
Globe, White Globe, Seven Top, White
Milan, and Yellow Aberdeen.
Rutabagas: Large quantities ot rut
abagas are shipped from the northern
States and Canada fnto the southern
States each yee". While-this ero/ is
not commonly cultivated In the
South, lt may be grown aa a fall abd
winter crop to very good advantage.
Rutabagas are planted the same as
turnips, ' except that they require
moire room and a longer period of
The Purple Top ls the most com
mon variety of rutabaga.
The United States department of
agriculture's Farmers' Bulletin (647)
dntltled, "The Home Garden in thu
South" will be sent free to nil appli
cants who address Ul? department at
Washington IT). C.
, ,i i , i i r .
Sage Tea Puts Life
And Color in Hair
m ? - -
Don't Stay Gray! It Darkens
_\' So Naturally that No
body can Tell.
Ypu' can turn gray, "faded hair
beautifully dark and lustrous almost
O', er ntght lt you'll get a 50 cent bot
tle of "Wyeth's Sage and 8ulphur
Compound" at any drug store MU?
lions of bottles of this old,' famous
Bago Tea Recipe are sold annually,
says a well known druggist here, be
causo tt darkens the hair so naturally
and evenly that no oni Can tell lt hrs
. Those whose hair is turntng gray,
becoming faded, dry, scraggly and
thin have a surprise awaiting thom,
because after one or two applications
tho gray hair vanishes and your locks
become luxuriantly dark and beauti
ful-all dandruff goes, scalp Itching
and falling hair atop*.
. This ls the age of youth. Cray hair
ed, unattractive folko aren't wanted
around, so gs\ busy with Wyeth's
Sage and Setphur tonight and you'll
be delighted with your dark, hand
some hair, and your yiraftftil appear
ance within a few days.
o MOUNTAIN CREEK NEWS. o
The last association meeting was
held here some time agc. Miss Car
lington was present and talked on the
food values ot such things as eggs,
butter, milk and vegetables. She also
told about-the fireless cooker. She
has promised to come again and tell
how to prepare school lunches so that
they may con tr in the proper food
value. She will also bring her fire
less cooker when she comes again.
The association is going to have a
box party at Mrs. Bill McCuen's
Monday night There will be many
Interesting amusements and every
body is expecting a good time. The
proceeds will be used for purchasing
reference books for the library^
The school enjoyed field day very
much. We are very proud that oue
of our girls won the prize offered In
the fifth grade reading contest. Some
of the other pupils won blue ribbons
on their work, tUiif showing that they
deserved merit. ,
We got our reports Monday after
noon and some of the highest markB
First (irado-Margaret Hawkins,
93; Louise Tilley, 9?.
Second Grade-Hubert Chamblee,
94; Sudie Chamblee, 93; Jenette
Third Grade-Mary MoCown, 93;
Frances Chamblee, 91.
Fourth Grade-Albert MoCury, 93;
Elizabeth McCown, 82.
Fifth Grade-Hubert McCown, 93;
Gerald Sullivan, 92.
Sixth Grade-Major Tilley, 91.
Seventh Grade-Evelyn Masters,
92; John Will MaBter, 91.
Makes 61 Feel Like IC.
"I suffered with kidney ailment for
two years," writes Mrs. M. A. Bridges,
Robinson, Miss, "and commenced tak
ing Foley Kidney Pills about ten
months ago. 1 am now able to do all ;
my work without fatigue. I am how ,
61 years of age and feel like a 16
year-old girl." Foley Kidney Pills
strengthen and Invigorate weak, tired
and deranged kidneys; relieve back
ache, weak back, rheumatism and
bladder trouble. They are tonic lu
action. Evans Pharmacy._5
THINKING ABOUT SELLING
YOUR HOME THIS SUMMER?
THE FIRST MOVE
of most successful,real estate operators is to haye the
buildings well painted. It means quicker sales and bet
ter prices-quicker tenants, bigger rents, and less money
lost because of vacancy. People want to live in well
painted homes-in well painted neighborhoods, and the
business man wants to house his organization in pros
perous looking, well painted buildings.
TO GET THE GREATEST
cash value for your property you should make sure that
it looks in first class condition. Repainting makes a
world of difference in an old house. "
A CLEAN, FRESH-LOOKING
house sells quicker and commands a higher price than I
the dillly place. The cost of the paint has been known
to come back ten to one because of the greater desira
bility to the purchaser.
are willing to pay for the "looks."
IF THINKING OF SELLING,
thing also of painting and use "Town and Country"
Faint, made to give best results. f '%
I Dugan Has a Paint For Every Purpose |
I Anderson Paint and Color Co. J
I 132 N.Main Phone 647 ]|