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TQ WAR VICTIMS
Reckeisller Foundation Sets
FOOD FOR THE POPULATION
Neutral Commission to Do Organised j
?Brf-F?o<i 5p#Bt in R-H-vins Suffer
er* In Poland, ?srvlo. Montenegro !
and Albania-Allin and Teutons ta
The Rockefeller foundation bas an
Bounced tbnt it bas appropriated fl.
OUO.OOO for war relief work in Poland.
Servia, Montenegro and Albania. -
jjj Tlils gift is made, accordtug to. tbe
onnounoement. a? ar? effort to hasten
en agreement between the allies and
the central powers whereby edequate
provision can bo made for feeding, the
millions bf noncombatants of the couti
tries which it bi mtended tbnt this do
navon shall nid.
lu a statement which accompanies
the announcement of the gift tho
Rockefeller foundation tells of its ef
forts to relieve the situation lu Poland.
After stating that Its original -scheme,
?vhoroby it agreed to guarantee the od*
ministration expenses of a neutral com-1
mission for. the. distribution of food
Stuffs to tbe estent of $120.000. feil
through because of too ImprncttcablH
ty of importing tho food tbe founda
tion sa.'.'s: \ .
A few mouthe, ago tho German gov
eminent invited ono of the members bf
the warrelief ..commission of the
Ilockcfel 1er '/foundation', ' Frederic C.
Walcott, to gb'to Poland, with "a .lypre
sentatlvc of .the-commission ; for relief
lb Belgium In (tailer that fregh and ac
curate Information might be obtalucd
as to cb?ditlbus' of destitution nnd that
new mcatiures of relief might be^.devis
ed. Thc result br this'trip wns.?bat s
scbemo was again drawn up conttilulng
certa i;.- nm; n sent eut? aud guarantees
whereby'food..robxht be imported into
U er ma ti y from ti broad, transported to
Polnnd nnd distributed among the civil
reputation udder the protection, su
pervision and active management of ?
neutral commission directed .by Uer
bert C Hoover. ;
Terms of Genome.
The terms of this scheme may be
summarized as follows:
. A' neutral commission to'be orKon??d
uoder the direction of Herbert C. Hoover,
the head of .tho, commission for "relief, in
Belgtom. and to carry on tts 'operations
' according*, to the methods now obtaining
Ih. Belgium and northern Franca
Germany to contribute 15.?00.0GO marks a
month for the purchase mut. Importation
of fopd auppjles. - ,- . . '.. ?-?VM?.
SuiV?bl?' guarantees "to T>e fuinKtbed ra
' girding the Inviolability of food supplias
While In transit through Germany Into
Poland, where tho"" distribution ls to ba
made through ?he'PolIsh local committees
under the supervision, of the - American
Importations of food by ttie neutral
commission to'bo contlned to the popttja
t lon ii of .Warsaw, Lori/., ftchetisochotv. .VU?
rta. K6vno, Piala and Kttap (front 3.W0,
000 tio, 4,00P.C0O persons in and about .those
cities); Ccrtesny to provide n partial, ra
tion for these populations, as .well os to
supply the needs of all other parts of the
, occupied territory.
?RaUroad .transp?rtatlori from - JJawdSV
tho port of Importation. stp Hhc Geff?an
: Polish frontier at nair rate; ?nd thence
" without- oharce. to. tha .points or destina
tion In Poland
Ocean transportation of .supplies to. bs
provided by 'German ships flying- a neutral
hag I and-' manaad and .controlled by neu
? thus. ;'v
?rFl?b ;.. tlils .tentetiveir-agreemeni in
his possession Mr. Walcott proceeded
tb London dud made .every effort,
through.the good ofScee of Ambassador
Page -and - In co-operation ;' willi .Mr.
Hoover, to commend tho plan tb the
i .-f?v?'r?bl? consideration of the British
government and ?ts allies. Aa a re; ult
. ?0^ thes? etfort? tba British government
. delivered to the American ambassador
od May ll a memorandum Retting forth
tlie( telina and conditions'upon which
1 :tba /Clocked? of German ''ports' -would'
: b?T?taxcA-to ti?? extent of permitting
/importe^ of relief supplies through a
: /German port .
Thia memorandum stated that the
c?ns?nt of fi he British ' government: io :
i tito proposed \ oberne hf relief would bo.
given only open certain addltlobal
- condition?, among which ' tba/t?ost sig-,
uifleant were tho following:
TliO Bi-stem ot relier In Poland to be ap
plied to iho occupfed territory as & whola.
Any rurplus of local feed, producta In
: Bautkiro Poland to be employed; .excht
. s?v??y for th* 'provisioning of- northern
. Poland. -
Tbs conatsbulAfy In th* ocenphsd'iWrrt?.
tm y not to ts permitted to rcquWUSE
or pur?bass f^oc-3 Importad br tb*, com
\,;''i?0fior? ' ??
.No food suFiPlles ' to/.b*. export?? freoi
'';-.' Poland rnileas ?n th? caso of an excess.?C
p?Utoes over and. ftbov* ibo r-eii*6 of th*
; /;''.?atlra--e^pleVlVtet^ttory'. as cerned by
'g Vtlt? ^eutraUeeni^lt^nv^^rV': 'Mw^ ' ' V -
: Th? ??arman V*p'g:\:?^^
??V?rnments to undertake aa p?rt o?. th?
v ?yatrai power?
: i^t^jtl^ttA^^aj^?^ g?5nsr eov.?
PRE?GHE8JS IN CITY
CHARLES R. TURNER IS ONLY
EIGHT YEARS OF
W01 Be Held Today. First
Oakwood Boptts and Second
Orr M?i Baptist
Many people of Anderson baye of
ten heard of tho Rov. Charles Tur
ner, tho boy preacher, and have long
ed for an opportunity to bear bim
preach. This opportunity will como
[today when. ho.preaches at Oakwood
Baptist church at ll o'clock a. m.
and at Orr Mill Baptist church ?ils
evening at 7:45.
Charles is Just eight years old, bis
birthday having come tho in th of last
November, and he lum the record ot
being tho youngest ordained preacher
in the world. It is said he bas over
2.5,000 conversions to his credit and
that, he has preached to over .?.00,000
people.' In addition, to the services
mentioned above, he will also preach
at Orr Mill Methodist church next
Wednesday nigh*. While in tho city
bo and his father are stopping at 411
North Main 8trect.
Tho following ls an account of his I
experiences as told by bis father: ?
;- "SeTcntyrflve miles north , of New
Orleans, La. in an evangelist meeting I
t waa conducting, I made a proposi
tion for those that wanted to bol
prayed for to comento ' the altar, and I
Charles came forward and fifty oth
ers. 'He-got up after a few minutes
shouting and praising Cod. The next
day he demanded Baptism and was
baptized. The next day he came to ?
me and said. God had called him to !
preach, and I was requested by hun
dred u to let him try; and tho next day
ho. was given an appointment ot 3
o'clock. Ho preached, "God is Love,"
and a great'many were converted. He
could npt read a word up to this Gmo.
. Now bo preaches any doctrine in tho1
" Bible. He was ordained October 20th.
1914. He is a Baptist.
"Charles has Just finished conduct- \
lng meetings lu six different churches
in Augusta, Ga. whero he liad a large
number of conversions.' He i will
preach at all of the churches In the
city before bo leavos."
Mr ' Turner and bis father are j
stopping at 411 North Main strict, |
and will be glad to receive caller.;.
For South Carolina: Generally |
fair' Sunday and Monday except prob
ably thunder showers' near coast.
Come in and see our sanitary
Hair Brashes for $1.00. Owl
For Our Big Double Pago
Circular. Be at the Door
9 O'Clock Thursday and
A Free Present
Sale Will Begin Thursday
AT 9 O'CLOCK
to over" forts
trade in a ch
THURSDAY, JUNE 22nd.
?Oc Batiste 4 l-2c
So Pisces American Beauty Batiste, lovely
material, ..good . colors and nice' patterns. A
very, very special, 10 yards is the J^l
limit at, .per yard, only .. /. . . . ., ~*3 C."
FRIDAY^ JUNE 23 rd.
Long Cloth > " 58c
: Hundred, bolts of ?>ld Glory Long Cloth;
Put up'itt Sealed. Packages. No printing'on.
Goods. ' Very soft, finish. 1 bolt of , ^0
yards to ? customer, . |? ? V)%
at Boit; only .. .... . . ...... . .'?Qv
SATURDAY, J1JWE 24th
5o Bolts of Antrim . Lawn; . Excellent for
House Dresses, Kimonas, Children's Dresses,"
Etc? io yards to a customer, at ^?A??
per yard, only .. ........ *J2^
. ?r?o^^^ ' FRI
flM Nainsook For 98c ?2 *-2c
loo Boxes c?nta?ilrtg >^ards of . ?iic? soft 50 Bolts 8
.r/v'Httbn'f.-Frerioh Namsow I printing . on . smooth #uat
theni?teri?L J Boxier j 1 ' io.yards to
.v mer,; af only, r;v?.^^V-;. ( peVyard,,ornV
So Bolts fi
to a family,
yard only .
;5o Bolts t
m?de by the
This tot of C
sharp, (10 y
yard, only ;
f jS?O yari
yards to a ct
per yard . .
CUSTOM OF MANY YEARS 1
HAS BEEN TO CELEBRATE
' THAT DAY
Which WAI Include Motorcycle,
i Race?, Hotte and Stock Ex
hibit, Barbecue, Etc. .
It I? a custom long established that
Polzer could be depended upon to
furnish attraction* on the fourth ot
July. In fact. thts ecntlment ls so
strong that people naturally connect
Poller with tho fourth. Many rea?
sons may bc assigned for tilts among
which muy bo ms&tfo??d as the chief,
the general good feeling prevailing
here. The ieturn year after year ot
the same friends, with new ones ad*
dd each time, attest tho fact of this
congenial air dominating our vicin
ity. Here each one loves, the other
and all lend ? willing, and helpful
hand in these entertainments which
make for them easy accomplish?
monta. . >
Nineteen hundred and sixteen
holds no disappointment nor digres
sion from this timo honored custom
unless it Is the fact that they are
making more ostensivo preparations
tor a successful fourth than ever fees
Interest ? and enthusiasm which
passes , our most sanguine expecta
tions ls already assured. The motor
cyclists aro anxious for this day to
como and tho owners of good horses
have already planned io glvo an ex
hibition of"U>olr horsemanship which
is alwayB ci the very highest class.
The other contestants are just as en
thusiastic. Tho boy scouts, tho Smyth
rifles and the Smyth concert band aro
making special arrangements for
this enter talnineit and altogether wo
safely predict. the most pleasant day
you havo ever spent here.
Tho Interest of tho inner man has
not been alloted to go by unnotic
ed but has beeu amply provided / for
by arrangements on tho fourth for a
Tho mills will close at noon on the
first day of July and resumo work
again on the morning of the fifth.
July 3rd holds no small entertain
ment for the pleasure seeker; At
night at the Dixie theatre will bo ex
hibited special features. . Tho ?jom
zatttea s?3 the program abo??? T/jady
for tho printer and it will appear tho
early part ot next week full and com
plot?. All may bo .assured of a good
time on this occasion. Come. Wa
will mako the day pleasant. ^
Get to know and read Intelli
gencer Want Ads and you ^ will
soon see they will save you many
n dollar and get yon what you
want at the same time.
?posed pf ai large part of the stock of my predecessi
bought a large stock of merchandise. This purcha
r thousand dellars. lam going to off er them at ct
and the freight, I am doing this to get acquainted
ort time. This Sale will foe a genuine bargain ev?
ll have to foe'satisfactory to you, or we will refund 1
lemher the date and the hour. 1
SD AY, JUNE 27th
v Table Oneil : 25c
inc Mercerized ; Table Damask,
assorted patterns, only 5 "yards
?ESpAY? JUNE 28th.
rf -the World's Best Ginghams,
i ^j?oskeag Manufacturing Co;
iin^hams will be sold at 9 o'clock
ard limit) at per .?
?'IIII' iiiuiKi in n?* II m'i-Wjiii? mn* V? i ? HIM in ' ,fma ?
RSpAY, JUNE 29th.
;Ef&jasiu? ^n?x i \, . ','
is 36 inch Bleached Pajama
ht North Star Pajama Chcx, 10:
.. .. li?
[DAY, JUNE 30th.
. Linehe^V:lv .' - 7 ,l-2c il
elfasi Lhiene, 36 inches wide; very
Ify, lookilike^2Sc^ Un^,;pnly
i customer,; at - r . -^^q*
1 oo Fine French Couiiterpan<
exquisite patterns, snowy- wh[tt,
to a family, one day only
at:...V. .. .. .. .. ?r,
i .ooo yards Dreamland Ga mb
wide, nice soft quality, very smoc
white, only 1.0 yards, to aV . r
customer, at per yard, only.;;. :
. ;;? . . --
too Extra Size Bed Spreads,
and Hemmed. ' This is a great i
go quickly at this price.
: family ?t this small ' ;
price cf ........ .. .. ..
r Soo Yards of Old Glory tonj
Inches wide, Wee soft flnisgMii
dressing?.' only io yards to a
per yard, W
THE EXQUISITE P?L?Pf
And surprisingly low cost of
; ll a practical economy for dally wear. 1 'fhe first
Tpai Bol ot Phoenix Silk rfose you b.uy w ll -g vc you
your first practical and convincing lesson in rea! Silk Hose,
satisfaction. ' '
Men's- Black, Navy, White and Gray, 50c Pair
Women'*-Black and White, 75c and $1 Pair
T. L. CELY C?.
Daily Intelhgencer Want Ads Bring Resufta
or I went to
wt plus eeli
1 with the
A SJ?!* of ail new gouids.
No; shoddy, or ' shop; '^$|??|
merchandise . here; ; Sale
will last 16 days.
tO JULY 10th
?3, extra size,
only, 2 Quilts
ric, 36 incbjfs
?th and snowy
15c Persian Lawn 7 l^c
" - ' : S% ...
? ,Soo yards Fine Sheer Persian Lawn, Ex- ,
cejlent Quality, 28 inches Wide, only ld yards
to !a customer, at per -1*1;"
yard only .. .vi. .............. t/..$?jCr;
;j 16c- . ; ? ' Gauze Vests " " Sc '
i 00 Dozen Swiss frbbed Ladies' Fin? Lisle
Gauze^Vest, all are taped, any style you can
cal! for in this lot This is a Great Value,
Only 5 to a .?ustc.ier, (m^M
I it each, only,.., \?.,.
i?lue and will
.two tb a
? : Cloth,' 36
a ;shirch' or
l,oo? yards Indigo; Blue; Percale, 36 inches
wide. This Percale is well worth iOf, pet yard,
wholesale. We will let each customer 1iave
10 yards at per yard, Jfflllfflfl
only', .......... ...K:
loo Dozen Bleached turkish B?th?T?we?s]
size 22 x 45 inches,, O^od HeaVy?Ue. Stoics
here, are advertising the?t a,i Sbet?a?a .at '25c< %
^pr.rth^^^-^eiwiJt'? you J
6 only, at Each ?. >..' v