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Beg to Announce
that Mr. li. P. Vandiver. formerly cashier Farm
ers and Merchants Bank of this city has been
elected !a. vice president of this bank and will be
actively'-connected with the management of the
Bank on and after Aug. 1st, when he will be glad
to have his friends call and see him.
%ee G. Holleman
For You to Answer
Is Your
men and worn en to prepare for good positions. Our
rocorde~em5w""tnat young men and women from tills community havo sccur
**"* m/iWflmiilbiWT'' **?'" school, andare now r iking three times moro
npf/gf&Smm'^f were able to Ueforo taking our ?--ourse,
f ; Bookkeeph.g, Banking. Shorthand, Typewriting, Pcnmanehlp. and
their allied branches, qualify you to to hold the best positions available.
and now is tho timo to make your arrangements to enter this school; If
you cannot come now. make your plans for this fall and winter. Our
school is in close touch with tho business Interesta of this section, and
we havo moro calle for graduates than wu can supply. Catalogue free.
ANDERSON? 8.COR SPA * lit?, S. C
Your health and that of your family de
iriajuj^ the installation of a System of
RUt??lbing that is strictly sanitary. We em
ploy only experienced and reliable Plumb
ers. We are in a position to serve you in a
sfltTfffSHory manner.
Sullivan Hardware Company
Anderson, S. C.< *?f$? - ?
Every lady likes to carry a nice fan?they aro
pretty and very oserai these hot days.
Wo have quite an assortment in fine lace and hand
painted, with carved bene and pearl mountings
Ask to see them.
Jbtin M. Hubbard # Co.
140 N. Main Street.
Where Quality is Always Higher Than Price "
Financial and
New York Cotton
New York, .July 25.?Pronuonced
weakness developed in the cotton mnr
k?:t tili? morning as a result of decid
edly lower cables, reports of good
rain? in Texas and tin; gravity of the
Austrian-Servian sit nation. The open
ing was 18 to 2(? pofnts'iowor and from
this level the market Bold off a couple j
of points further in the early trade ar
ter which it gradually hardened until
at the eluse it was steady and 13 to IS
points net lower.
The Texas showers furnished quite
a controversy as some private dis
patches' reported rather general rain
fall over that slate and Oklahoma,
while others insisted precipitation
was light. the government fore
cast was for partly cloudy conditions
in the western licit over Sunday a hot
ter feeling took possession of the new
market alter the early break, being?
emphasized later by route foreign buy
ing and a report that Servia would
agree to the Austrian ultimatum un
der protest. The late rally was also
influenced by the report of a Memphis
crop expert who made conditions 79.1
against 78 last month and 81.9 a year
a?o. A southern crop reporting asso
ciation was also rumored to have
made conditions slightly under 7S.i.
MoKt the reports from the eastern
belt continued favorable and some ad
vices from Georgia said the movement
would he early.
Spot cotton quiet; middling uplands
13*if>; Gulf 13.50; .sales none.
t'ottou futures closed steady.
Open Close
July.12.2? 12.25
August.12.10 12.10
October.12.10 12.11
December.12.29 12.31
January.12.1? 12*19
March. 12.22 12.21
New Orleans Cotton
New Orleans. July 2 ?.?Cotton fell
nearly a dollar a bale today in the
early trading on reports from nnof-|
llcial source:', telling of good rains ini
Texas. First prices wore IX to 19
points off avi the market stood at a
net decline throughout the morning,|
although the initial declino was not
widened. Tho close was at a loss of
7 to 8 points.
Another influence against tho mar
ket was the foreign political situation.
This was supposed to have been part-i
ly the cause of the poor Liverpool
market. The weather bureau noted
showers at only eleven out of the fifty.
wcatho rstatlons in Texas und the'
failure to conili m private account:; of
almost general rains helped steady the'
Dullish features of the morning,
were two private condition reports
front well known bureaus. One put
the condition at 78.,"i per cent of tho
normnl- ond the other .at -79.1 ne -com
pared with the government figures of
79.6 for last month.
"otton futures closed very steady.
July 13.27; August 12.53; October
12.28; December 12.31; Januury 12.34;
March 12.41.
Cotton spot steady, unchanged.
Sales on the spot, 1,552; to arrive
Liverpool Cotton
Liverpool, July 25.?Cotton, spotj
easy; good m Idd?i g 1.15; middling]
7.27; low middling 7.69; rales 3,000;
speculation and export 200. Receipts |
Future, weak. July 7.04 1-2; July-j
August 7.04 1-2; September Detoborj
0.64 1-2; December-January 6.54 1-2;
Fobruary-March 6.56 1-2; April-May]
6. 8.
Cotton Goodie
New York, July 25.?Cotton goods
were quiet todny. Bur' ps were moro
active with linens steady. Yarns wore
dull. Men's wear is not being bought
ns well as ueual at this time of the
Cotton goods mark<?! have been
generally quiet and : me easing in
prices is noted on ? ' t cloths, dunk
and several lines of ubranded brown
goods. Now prices > mod on tickings,
and some lines c ' dress ginghams
show declines fro"1 last season, de
spite the higher ti t of cotton. This
Is due. It Is stat'-1 by selling agents,
to tho nacessit uf making close
prices to Induct ho placing of early
orders to keep mll?a employed. Bight
ounce tickings : re down l-2c a yard,
discounts have, been lengthened on
staple gingha- 3. an da few lines of
print cloths lire available at l-8o a
yard below t" ; prices of ten days ago.
The buying of line and fancy cottons
Und dress ginghamr for the spring
season-of 1915 b- - loen very modor-,
ate in volume, curtailment of pro
duction on f. large scale In both cloth
and yam mills, and manufacturers
state they are not able to secure a fair
profitable margin on goods to he mado
o'a^coniracf. Some few linca of goo<i%
are maintaining their values steadllyy
notably bleached cottons, wlde\ shcet-j,
ings, pillow tubings, etc. ? Prices rule
about as follows:
Print cloths 28 Inch. 64x64s, 3 jfeff
nominal; 64x60s. 2 1-2; 38 1-2 Uhch,
64x64s, 5 1-8c; brown sheetings, south
ern'' standards, 8c; tickings, 8 ounce,]
13c; denims. 9 or... 14c;' staple ging
hams 6 l>te; standard prints, 5 l-tc;
dress ginghams, 9 l-4c.
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Money On Call
New York, July 25.?Mercantile pa-j
per 4 1-2 a. 5. Sterling exchange]
firm.* Sixty day bills 485.50; tor de*J
round 488.15.
Commercial bills 4.84 3-4.
Bar silver 53 1-8.
Mexican dollars 40 3-4.
Government bonds strong; railroad]
bonds heavy.. -
Call money nominal; no loans.]
Time loans strong; sixty days 2 8-4s3:,
ninety, day* H..l-ia3. 1-2; .six. months j
Stocke and Bonds
New York. July '>:,.?War Clouds ov
ershadowed the leading markets of tho
world today. Tin- Servian crisis pre
cipitated panicky conditions In Lon
don and on tlie continent. Absolute
demoralisation prevailed at the French
capital witli similar, of not'-worse,
conditions in Berlin and Vienna.
London's deprer-.sed level at its close
war responsible for the extreme hcav-j
Iness of the opening bere, Canadian
Pacifie losing 2 :<-* points with a loss
tiuite as great for Northern Pacific,.!
while many of the other international
fell 1 to 2 points. The decline was acr 1
companled by u ?realer degree of ac-'
tfvity than on any pr rvious day of the
week. I
Midway In the session vigorous sup-]
port was extended, and tin? market'
rallied all around. ro:no of tho import
ant shares elosing witli substantial
net gains on inore encouraging gables.
Mercantile trad-- reports presented
the usual mixed aspects, with increas
ed optimism respecting the full out
Honda werefhoavy. in keeping with
the movement In rhares. -Total solos,'
par value. $1,239,1 DO.
Cnlted States coupon ts pained 1 1-2
per cent and "Panama coupon ?.s"*l-2?
per cent on call while Panama regis
tered 2s dccliued 1 por cent.
Grain $ Provisions
rhicago, July 25.?Frantic buying of,
wheat today resulted from tjiq war]
scare. The excitement, however, was
chiefly confined to a few minutes.,at
the start when report - that Servia
would yield bad not had sufficient time
to take effect. After an advance that
on some sales almost touched three
cents a bushel, C?e market claosd- un
settled a*, a rise of I 1-8n 1 '-4 to 11-2
al ."-8 net. Corn llnishcl 1 " to 1 r.V.ive
last night and oats 3-S eli lo a six.'
teentb up. Provision;- as a rul--> scored
gain that.varlcd from ."? to 17 l'?2c.
Cotton Seed Oil
New York, Julv 2 .?The cotton seed
oil markot was weak under renewed
liquidation and sto;) loss selling
Prompted by a change of sentiment as
a result of a sharp falling off in tbej
demund and larger offerings cf crude.'
Closing prices were 7 to 17 points
lowor for the near mouCis.nnd un-1
changed to 4 lowcrifor the distant po
The market closed weak. Spot fi.TOa
7.CH; July C.79aG.!>?; August ti.S2a6.84 ;
September G.78a0.7i? ; October 6.r?3aG.C6;
November - .49at;."3: December C.yOa
6. 2; January C.$2a6.53; February
G. juw.CO. Total sueles 8.800. , |
" " " * > " " '?
V^f?i^^VHKjifyii] ' ?
>*cw^fl(MnsJ??^uly S!^-An.- o
other- ce^e--of- bubon ir -piagne, - o
o the eleven! h sluce the discovery o
o of the fiisrase nearly ,-r:t:r?h o
o ago, wan min imre:"! tomi) hy o
o Dr. YV. ('. Ruek?r, osshtunt o
o surgeon general of the federal o
o Health Service. Joseph . rhml?t o
o fn ri y one years old, employed o
o us- janitor nt ~>'l- Camp street,
o was taken lo the (solution hos* o
o pita! todny suffering ?rom me o
o disease. o
o- o *o *o o "O o -o ? ? ? ? ?
The Best
is outdoors and plain living but you
need something to take and help,
to keep your r.ystem regular In all its
R. L. T.
Will Act on Vour
like a summer shower on tho-wilted
flowers. Spring is Just around the
corner with that usual "tired feeling"
effect and It behooves, you to tako hold
of Ufo with a firm grasp. It. L. T.
will give you a good start.
50 conts and 1.00 per bottle at your
Manufactured and Guaranteed by
Evan's Ph?rmacy,
Three Storca.' M
You Can\; Go Wrong
in buying your
??. ? ?-.? i-i.:-. ; -A- - ,.?..?.?
Groceries and
Fresh Meati
?. ? r" .?- - aun.
M "Billy" PpW?r*s
We pride ourselves in
keeping the best, ???
\ Vi. L f?m
\ IIIS Main ,
.il ?ili>ll?lilllflliililr il 111 HI
i o.
o o|
Grarc Church.
Services Rt the usual hours on Sun-]
day, July 26.
St. Joseph's Catholic Church.
Corner liarle and McDufHc streets.
Sunday, July 26V nines at 10:::u. ltev.
. fC.Gwyna officiating.
?- k
Christian Church.
J. T. Black, pastor. Services Sun.
day, July 26, as rollows: Hiblo school
at 10:30 a. m. Preachftig and com
munion at 11:30 a. in. Preaching 1
again at 8:30 p. m.-' of the mem
bers are requested ^o be preaent as
this will to the last service before the
pastor' takes bis vacation. The public
iu cordially invited.
Central Prcsbyterlau Church.
Sunday school at 10 o'clock. There
will be no other services on Sunday
on account of the absence of the pas-1
tor, who is taking ills vacation.
First apt M Chnrch.
9:45 teachers' meeting.
10 Sunday school, A. L. Smothers. |
11:30 public worship. Sermon by the |
pastor, .Ino. F. Vines. Subject:
"Looking unto the Hills."
7:30 B. Y. P. U. service. C. ?J. Earle,|
8:30 sermon by the pastor. Subject|
"Lifting up our Banners."
The public is cordially Invited to at
tend and worship with us at all these |
A. . I*. Church.
Sabbath bcIiooI 10:30 a. m. Preach
ing 11:30 and 8:30 p. m. Lot uj come
together and study the word and Join
in God's worship. Let all conic who
;S1. Johns rfethodlst Church.
John W. Spcako, pastor. Mr. Spcakel
will preach at botli services. Hours |
Tor worship: 11:30 a. in. and 8:30 p.
m. Sermon subject for morn in? hour, |
"The Spirit of the Crusaders/' Sub
ject for evening, "Better Thun Para
dise." Sunday school nt 11 o'clock.
Monday at 8:30 musicalo?auspices I
league. Wednesday at 8:30 p. m., mld-j
week prayer meeting. A cordial invi
tation is given to all the services.
First Presbyterian Church.
Sunday school nt usual hour. No |
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o o I
o Ol
0 o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o !
WilllamFton, July 25.?Generally
speaking crops are in very good cou-j
dltlon through this section. In nmno
places the crope are bo late that it will
be almost Impossible for*' farmers'.'to
make enough to pay for their fertiliz
er..-? -?- -.} ...*.%?.,?}.,
'Thir section wi?l have its full quota
of candidates in the coming election.
Wo already have three for commis
sioner and we are certainly sorry that
two of them will bevo to go down in
defeat for they are all capital fel
lows and would make good commis
W. A. Elrod candidate for treasurer
is a former citizen of thie place.'He
Is a son of one of Plercetown mer
chants, J. H. Elrod. Andrew
would make a good treasurer and.
when the votes aro counted the man
who beate him will be treasurer.
Conrad Johnston of White Plains
and Miss Eula Davis of Mt. Springs
were visitors to this section Sunday
Dr. Pepper of Anderson made a pro
fessional visit to this section last
Jake Bargcll of Pendleton visited
his daughter Mrs. B?sele Kay a few
days ago.
J. A. Martin and P. M. Mahaffey
were business visitors to. Anderson
W. H. Frlerron, candidate for Pro
bate Judge was buns .ty voces in this
section one day this week.
W. A. Elrod of Frankvillo was vis
iting relatives here Sunday.
It Is a good thing that the friends ot
E. D. Smith secured the services of the
Jolly Band of Wild Hog to ulow for
him at the campaign meeting fpr after
the 25th ot August hit blowing will
forever cease. On th? 26th ot Aug,
1914, they will be callea on,to do the
"slow walking and sad playing act"
for on that date E. D. Smitu will be
killed politically. I think.
We see that Smith is Claiming all
the farmer votes.. He ought to comb
to Plercetown for here 9!J out of every
100 farmers are for Olease and this is
no fable.
We see from The Intelligencer .that
some politicians are urging a division
among' the candidates as there was
two years' ago. ' We do not think
this should be. .We think the people
in Anderson county should cuobee the
best man for any and every office and
vote for him and let the other fellow
do th? same. A man. being for
Bleaso does not ade one iota to his.
' fitness for office and being against
Blear ? does not subtract -onfe from, bis
fitness. One of'the best'era cersoAn
dorson county has hirer nod was de
feated two years ago. because. ho
1 would not commit himself to Blesse or
I Jones and a. better one Will never be
'^ elected. . . .. V. . -
; -Am-effort-Is being made to got a
; singing school for this pxecs to bogin.
about August 15.? ? 1 Ae'.? ? i$W ?'/"
? ' It is reported that A. W., Plekena,
our popular ^merchant - and ? farmer,
|;Wlll entor the race for the Jioubg of
representatives in tbo-coming'elee*
tion. If he doen decide to ran Ander-,
son county will never have the chance
of electing a better man to represent
her and be ought to receive every
vote cast In the county. ?? \?
MiBS-Maymo Mossey of Mt. Springs
wss visiting Mrs. A..M. Martin Friday.
C. N. Murphy and . M. Martin wore
: business visitors to Anderson Satur
day. ??? .....
i 'The protracted m cot >ag will begin
nt this place ou the first Sunday In
August. The pastor will be.assisted
by Kev. Crina of Plckena. ;
25 Pound Sack of Sugar For $1
Any person buying $3.00 or more
Monday is entitled to one bag of
Finest Granulated Sugar For $1
That Bailes
The Sale that Bailes started
Originated by Bailes
The Bailes Way
Others have patterned after it, only on pa
per, and have dropped out, but our low pres
sure methods and high grade goods to back
them, have proved more than successful.
Last Monday, though in the dullest sea
son of the year, was one of our greatest sales
For tomorrow we have planned even great
er success.
_ ^-- ,
Poe Mills Finest Grade Bleaching, 10
. yards for 79c, ? ,.
On 5c Table.
36-inch 10c Percale, short lengths, Monday, yard.5c
Best 7 l-2c Apron Gingham, Monday, yard.6c
32-inch Ginghams Monday, all day. yard...-..5c
Kcmnantr of 10c and 15c Curtain Goods, Monday, yard.5c
Good C l-2c Calico Monday, yard.Sc.
36-inch Sea Island 6 l-2c kind, Monday, yard.5c
..;;// ;_;MondayOfferings for $1.00.
20 yards good Apron Gl$gham 7 i-2c k|pd?Monday, f?r;.'... ;V... ...il
20 yards 36-incu 10c Percale (20 yard limit) Monday for;.$i
25 lb sack of Granulated Suagr with' $3.00 purchase for.gl
10 yards best J2 1-2c Hospital Gingham, Monday for..IM
20 yards 33-inch Sea island, Monday for . . . .........fi
2 yards 40-Ineh 75c Embroidery Flouncing for $1 or, yard..50c
19x38 HuckTowels, $1.25 a dozen, Monday, dozen,. .$1
72x90 Best Crinkled Bedspreads, each..81
7Sx8.8 Crochet Bedspreads Monday, each..,.$1
Beautiful White Pique Long Tunic Skirts, each.......,.$1
Our Monday Shoe Sale
Special Shirt Sale
Something In Hosiery
Beautiful Colonial Satin Evening Slippers, high and low heel /
grr *r.f white, pink, Blue, black, etc., worth $3, Monday
pair.*...; $1.75
Bailer. Welt?d Colonial Pump, gun metal, patent kid or patent
celt, pump worth $5.: Bailes'-way $4.. Monday at .$2,98
All size ladies' White Canvas Pumps, pair...75c
Big lot of small sizes and carried over pairs of Ladies' and Misses
Shoes and Oxfords, on bargain table, values up to $3 and
$3.50, choice, pair.6._98c
2 ? ?ozeii Men's Band. Collar Negligee Shirts, the genuine $1 kind,
for a Mcrdav flyer, each ...?....... ?..'., 75c
Infants 25c silk hoPb, Black, White and Tan, Monday, pair.16c
Big Ben Soft Collrr 75c Shirts, Monday, each.50c
Not trouble to put a good deal in ours. They are the kind that
wear. Boot silk hose, very special, black and colors, pair. .25c
25c Gauze Hose, slight mill imperfections, white and black, Mon
day, pair 15c or ? pair for....?..:'..'. 1.75c
Whitleather Hose for men, women and children, guaranteed to
weaV, Monday, $1 dozen, pair/.?.10c
We sell'Buster Brown, Gordon or. Onyx hose for men, women and
children. - - . . . . .__.1
Niagara made Hose for ladies. ? r -? '
Small Things
Ladies' Bleached Gauze Vests, only, each.!...,5c
25c Whisk Broom, ball tops,- each ?..?....'.?..-.. ;,? ?, .v.v;>W;?.?.-.lee
50c Stick Brooms, Monday, each..28c
26c Corolopsls or Mennen's Powder, 2 for....... t... .*............. .25c
Complexion Glycerine SOap, regular value 25c cnKc, 3 cakes In
box, for -...... '..yf.. i i... ;.?.....89c
Viol?tte Toilet Soap, box"...v........U. :10e
Silk Shirt Waist Cdfds, S'for_.\q}:?ifi:JU\?m?
iOc Toilet Paper., roll...be
.20 Nutmegs for .'.... ;...6c
1 Marathon Skates, each .................,.r.... ,........r.Uc
8 foot Porch Shades, each..$?.60
8 foot Porch Shades, green only......... ??. .. ?i-. f ;?;-.. . .-.$2.98
? foot green Porch Shades, each... ........$2.50
Second Floor' Attractions
Lac? Trimmed- Net ' Curtains. Imlr.
Net Curtains worth 52, at. pair.
$1 and $1.25 Ladles' ? Dresses, each,.,.,...75e
60c ChUdr-?'n's , Sebiiof. Dresses, , each_?... .W....... .?.'....... 25c
Good Rompere, each. . 11. .. .-'.. ?........25c and 60c
'9x12' Matting Art s?uarcs, c? ; ? ;.. && * .i t. :>.;: ?:. ....$1.98
12 beautiful 0x12 Anninster AK Squares, best-$20 kind, slight A i??
.? , imperfection in tbe. making, -our price $17, Monday, each.... $15
27x54. inch rugs to match, at-............... fltff
36x72 Inch Rugs tu match. Monday, only at, each.'.'..'..........$8
Cheap 12c Mattings Monday 40 yard rolls for...._.'...,'.?.....;$*
AU 30c and 35c Matzing Monday.. only. yard,v. ?v/... .250
r t? ?
^u-?r h- S e- S-?* "" .?.?i SL^lLu? w>'? A ? 1*00? ? .???????
Pfo?i..v?r; V.HjU?i ?' -!'/ -.! ( . (V/oi, ..?' ; /,;.'? i>i; ?i| ?i..i),-,1vi|?*Tmm '. '-, ? ... - ,

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