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Now that the Fall season is in full swing, a timely word about qual
ity is not amiss. The watchword here has always been quality. We never lose sight of this important factor in planning our cam paigns, lt comes first and foremost at all times. Ne::t comes authentic fashions and perfect fit. These three power ful essentials, backed by our reasonable prices, have made this the most important Ready-t'.-Wcar shop in the Piedmont, lt is well to remember these things when you contemplate a purchase. Boyd quality is justly famous. Millinery There is true merit and artistic originality in every trimmed hat wc show. Here, you are assured of obtaining exactly what is in vogue. Corsetry We are proud to announce that we have the exclusive agency for the famous front lace corset, the "Frolaset" about which the most particular dressers are very enthusiastic. Our expert Corsetiere fits them without extra charge. Dress Goods The imported Woolen and Silk-mixed dress materials are all in, and from present indications no further importations will be procurable; included in this lot are Silk and Wool Poplins, Crepe Gabardines, Serges, Rdman Stripes, Camels Hair Plaids, Satin Prunelles, Fancy Coatings, and Novelty cloths in a variety of patterns. Mrs. % Graves Boyd $ "Anderson's Only Exclusive Ready-to Wear Store" o o oo o o o oo o ooo o o o o MARKETS o o o SwCCOOOcc o o o o o New Orleans Cotton New Orleans, Oct. 13.-Cotton suf fered further declines todey* spots be ing reduced to fl 3-4o for mldtllng while January traded, at 7.24, three nuarters of a cent a pound down from the high >evel of the fortnight ago. The weakness was in Ute face of too much rain in the central and western portion? of the belt and the cold wave following. Reports of heavy ginning, increased receipts and more liberal oi?eringe from the interior' were the main fac tors that weighed against the market. Spots quiet; sales on the spot 282; to arrias, 600. Cotton seed Oil New York, Oct 13.--Cotton seed oil was lower under freer and cheaper crude offerings, hedge selling by ro fl norB and lack of out Bide, support. Fi nal prices showed losses of S to 14 points. Sales 9,400 barrels. The market closed steady. Spot $5.25 tp $5.40. October $5.20@*?.3O; November $5.25?5.28; December. 5.85 ?6.37; January5.email@example.com ; Febr\ ary 5.55@5.C0; March 5,69?6.70; A?>rll 6.84?5.85; May 5.93?5.85. Liverpool Cotton Liverpool, Oct 13.-Cotton, spot in limited demand; American middling fair fl.SOd; good middling 55.7W. mid dling 5.30d: low middling 5.07d; good ordinary 4.01d; ordinary. 3.37d. Sales ?,700 hales. Including 2.800 American on the basis of 5.30d Tor middling; Imports 1,207 bales including 100 American. Chicago Grain Chicago, Ocvt 13.-Liberal export Bates of wheat acted as more than an offset today for decided increase shown hy the United States visible supply. The market finished steady at o-4c net advance. Corn closed 1-8 to l-4c up, oats with, a gain of a shad* to l-4c and provisi?n? from 27 1-lc decline to a rise of IS l-2c New York Cotton Netr' Yet*, Oct IS.-No importan: change was reported in the cotton sit uation heve today. The special com mittee which is working on the plan to take care of remaining contracts through a syndicate issued a notice to members asking for prompt replies to uucst'ena. re^nntin^ the amounts of cotton that would be taken up. at 7 1-2 <>.enta for December contracts. It was rrrsorted straddle HojaidsUou through the batist soon would be re sumed, bot there were no definite an nouncemenU. Southern snot adrices were somewhat conflicting and local spot brokera said that their offers from the. interior were irregular. Do nica tic mi1 la are said to be holding off Owing to lack of confidence in the Immediate course of prices, notwith standing the low levels already reach ed on tho present movement, Live Stock Chicago. Oct. 13.-Hosra weak. Bulk ;?.2??p7.x&; light *firstname.lastname@example.org; mixed *7.20&8.00; heavy SC.&email@example.com; rousrh S6.90fc)7.10; pigs $4.G0@7.7G. Cattle easy. Beeves $e.GC^10.SS; steere . S6.10? 9.90; stockers $5.30? 8.16; cows and heifers S3.firstname.lastname@example.org; calves $7.50?' 11.25. A V6HY APPROPRIATE WINDOW - B. Fleishmann Brod, have a very prettry and attractive, and especially appropriate show window display of cotton goods mado by Bregon Mills' of this city.. ft Is well worth a special trip around there to see the many pret ty patterns this mill makes. The display wil no doubt surprise many of our citizens, for the most of' us probably were not aware that hip local mill. made such beautiful cotton goood3. Mr? Fleishmann told the intelligen cer man that they , were selling a ! great deal of these Bregon Mills goods j and that In every instance they "made ! good;" in ?"act they hr,d received' quite a few compliments from people : who had bought them.and made.the[ g oed 3 up into forment s of Oho sort' and another. ? A^f the "National Cotton Goods" wees should HOI accomplish ?nyLilias i more than, to bring to our notice the Soods made by one of our own mills, : will have paid us for ?ur trouble, j but thanks to the wide awahe. morch-j anta, of the ctly and the patriotic woroon of the city and county, quito a bit of cotton goode- la being sold here on account of the "National Cot ton Goods'* week. WILL ASSIST SOOTH CAROLINA Northern Financier Offers Aid Provided Warehouse Law Passes, (Special to The Intelligencer.) Columbia, Oct 13.-One ot the best known financiers of the North has offered financial assistance to South Carolina. The ene condition ls tfoat a warehouse law be passed by thls .ses ?!on. This anaonncieent was mad? thu afternoon hy Commissioner Wat son foDowiajg his return from the North. -t^Vffal mil' lon dolllar.? may be avauaoio tq erip tho small farmer If the proper law is passed, I" Ton can gat tho new? while Ita nt w Ila The Morning Dally intelligencer. _ STOVE MAKERS READY T? HELP Majestic Manufacturing Company is Wolfe* to Put $100,000 in Scheme to Aid Farmers. According to a letter received yes terday i by the Sullivan Hardware Company, of. Andersen, tho Majestic ?iuvu manufacturers, probably tho best known ?tove concern. in tba coun try, will put in tbe sum of $100.000 tn help the cotton farmers of the South it tito St, Louis proposition goes through. . The following is the Com plete letter: "St. Louis, Mo., Oct 8th, 19.14' "Wo take pleasure in stating that we kept up the "buy-a-bale" movement until the now St, Louis proposition waa placed before us, which is to fi nance about five million bales of cot ton, with a subscription of one hun* dred and fifty millions ($150,000, 000.00). "The Majestic Manufacturing Com pany has subscribed $100,000.00 to this proposition. "Twenty-four other merchants and manufacturera of St Louis have sub scribed one hundred thousand dollors each., making a total of $2,500,000.000. Our banks subscribed five millions, making ?7,500,000.R J. The proposition is now in Kew York, and the chance? are that J; V Morgan Co., with others, will underwrite all that is not taken by other cities. '"We think this is much more dc~ i/raole than the "buy-a-bale" move ment What do you think about it? "Thia, movement is to be complote by October aist "Youra very truly ; "MAJESTIC MANUFACTURING CO." _:_ _ - ELECTRIC CIT * Items of Interest and Person * Wireless on the S Mr. Mann Is to Preach Sunday. Hov. J. T. Mann requests Th intel ligencer to announce that he will con duct services next Sunday morning at ll o'clock at Mount Airy church and at 3:30 o'c'ock he will speak at Siloam church. He has Invited the public to be present at both these ser vices. -o No ?7ore Information On Prizer inr'Jeat No additional information TTSS se cured In Anderson yesterday relative to what took placo at Pelter Sunday night when the mob of white men went after a negro's sca'p. Will Free man baa not yet appeared and there ls considerable conjecture being heard as to whet ibo mob did do with him hut thore is stranaer belief that h? ia still alive than that he is dead. F.ced Miller W?T~?~~ Sing at Lander. The Lander Alumnae Association of Anderson yesterday announced that Reed Miller, an Anderson man, will Bing at Lander college, Greenwood, on Thursday evening, October 15, which is the opening date for thc Lander Ly ceum course. It hi probable that sev eral Anderson people wi!1 KO over to ? rec n wood for the night and hear Mil ler Bing. o Planning For School Opening. The Piercetown school IB to open next Monday, Oct. 19, with Miss Nellie Higgins aa principal sod Miss Gam brcll as assistant. It ls expected that there will be about 100 pupils to en roll on the opening day of school and oeqp'o of the j Piercetown section upending yesterday In the city said that tho prospects for this year's work at the, school aro better than ?bey have over teen before. ['copie Interested In Coaling Revival. A hearty Interest is being mnnifont - :d all over tho city in tho revival meeting which ls th begin at the First llaptist church of Anderson next Sun lay evening. Dr. WiUIamston, of St Neuis, Mo., who IR to conduct the ser I'ices is ono of the most eloquent preacher:! in the country and he will leight his Anderson audiences. Dr. Willinmston is expected to arrive Sat urday and will probably. be boro in time to conduct the opening service. Dr. J. F. Vines pastor of the First Bap tist church, is expecting the meeting to bo productive of much good. So Chance to Dodge Taxes. . Winston Smith, county auditor, has-1 compiled a list of names of those who dipnld pay po'l tax hi Anderson coun ty,, but whose names do act apper ou tho books furnished him by the school board, and the auditor is preparing to haye this.Hst printed so that those un aware of the fact that their poll tax la due may have an opportunity to pay them. The tax books will open to morrow, October 15 and will remain open until March 15. Poll tax ls Si. but if neglected until after March 16 lt will bo $8. Some of the men whose names are to appear made their return In .due form but neglected tc make any mention of their noll tax. Anderson Man ?xx_ u_ n/.u.J Fri?nos in Anderson and other parts of the State of 15. C. McCants, super intendent ot the Anderson city schools say that Mr. McCants may be elected on tho Board of Visitors of the Ci tadel at Charleston when the General Assembly meets In January. There ls a vacancy on the board occasioned by tho death pf J. J. Lucas, of Society mil, which occurred several months ago and Anderson people want to see Mr. McCants elected to th? board, lt would be a high honor and at tho same Hmo, friends of Mr. McCants say. that no more suitable man could, be chosen easterns Fast Are Changing. There was a time when few buggies wroe Ecen on Math street in Anderson or any'other street and everyone com ing to the town from tho county rode a horso or a. mule. Yesterday one business man remarked to a reporter for The Intelligencer that one man bad Just ridden by on a horso and that it was the first time he had seen any horse-back riding in some months. Customs do change very rapidly and WW *V.rt s.vorfi?'? Tf???fl?? ?tOP? tO think he can remember seeing but few men on horse-back daring recent years. ^_ Plan a Banquet For III? Honer. The Bar Association of Anderson ls arranging a splendid banquet which Will bo tendered to Judge R. W. Mem mingar on Friday night. Tho Fall term of court for Anderson ls to be concluded Friday aod court will ad journ sine dla? The Bar Association members say. that Jt.dgo M em minger IE cae of th? most popular Judges on the Sooth Cero lina benet and the An derson lawyers desire t> express in OjH'.'a measure ' thejr appreciation of lils courteous and able rulings while io Anderson. Tab ??cast is to he hold at the Chtqnola hoteL Did fot Pros*** InterestiarCaae. Docaase ot, lack of prosecution Magistrate Broad well yesterday dis charged, the d?fendant lo the caso et M. tl Steno, charged with drawing a worthless check. It waa alleged that som* yoong white man on November 13. 191?. bought a bill of goods from Q. H. Ballas tn Anderson and gave a chock on the Chicara Bank: of PoSaur for $16, signing the osma, M. C. Stone sc the check. . When tho bank tapani Ak? cheek, down Mr. Balle? began to Investigate and had the officers to go HHHsl Y SPARKLETS * _ * al Mention Caught Over the * tree ta of Anderson * over into Greenville county and ar rest M. C. Stone there, who was the defendant to appear yesterday. He denied that he had ever signed such chock and thu clerk who sold the goods sold that they did not have the right man in court and accoruingly the action was dismissed by Mr. BroadwelL Little ChangeJ? Cotton Marist. The Andersen cotton market Is changing but little end many of the farmers seem to have almost lOBt in terest in the quotations, Blnce they do not believe that they arc going to get a fair price any time soon for cotton. Local buyers wero offering 6 G-8 cents yesterday, but there wero very few sales, although a quantity of cotton wan hrouKht to the city and placed In the local warehouse. Telephone Company Buys Bale of Cotton, The Southern Bell Telephone Com pany has decided to purchase 200 bales of Colton in the South, and In furth erance of that plan, the local company has purchased its bale. This bale ls on display in tho lobby of the new telophono building on East Whitner street and bears the following pla card: "This is ono of the two hundred halos of cotton bought at 10 cents a pound by the Southern Bell Telephone ompany. Have you bought yours?" Who Can Beat* ? . This for a Beet! Su at. T. L. Hanna, of the Pendleton schools, has sent to this ellice one of the largest beets that has ever been exhibited In Anderson county, if not tho very largest Tho specimen is a mammoth red mangel-wurzel, and weighs 8 1-2 pounds. It was selected as a winner In a contest conducted hy the Pendleton school, and was grown by Miss Mamie Cooper. -o I Great Meeting Nearing Close. Only two more days and the best re vival meeting that St John's Metho dist church 1ms ever known will have come to a close. In speaking of last night's service Rev. j. W. Speake, pas tor of tho church, said that the moot ing was one of the beat bo had ever conducted and that the results se cured at this one service were easily enough compensation for the entire labor expended. ? Wednesday night's services will bo held and Thursday night the meeting will close with an other big meeting for the men of the: city. All of the workers who are so ably assisting Mr. Speake in the meet ing are putting forth added efforts for the remaining two services and both nights the church should be crowded. I r.^paring For Columbia Trip. It may be that Andorson people do j not bo'leve all the cries they hear of 'hard times" or it may be that the ?tate Fair simply offers irresistible ?ttrnction, but be that as it may, thora viii bo as many Anderson people to I spend from October 28 to 31 in Colum bia this year as ever before. People n all sections of the county are pre ? paring to make tho trip and Indications ire that Anderson will send more than j her share of people. The . s'.lroads i nu vc ottered very attractive ? round rip rates for the week. City's Morals Grew Better. Evidently there has been less mean liquor received In Anderson since cir cus day or Anderson's roughest popu lation is reforming. For the last week the police of Ute city have bad but little to do. Monday morning, us ual'y a busy morning for the record er, brought only four cases before the bar of Justice and yesterday morning not a single casa appeared on the po lice blotter for trial. Up until a late '.?our laat evening not a single arrest.! tad. boen made and Indications are '.hat tho recorder will have no cases 0 try today. -o Watford Boys Coming Monday. Tho manager of tho Anderson High i Schoof football team received a letter /csterdcy from, the manager of the j welford Fitting School team In which the announcement was m ado that the 5Vofiord boys would certainly corns to Anderson next Monday, October 10, to play the game ot football which waa scheduled for hun. Monday. The Spar ' t.anburs beys ccLSCc?'sd thc game last (Monday after all plans had been com pleted by the local team for the ex hibition and considerable disappoint ment was occasioned. The local lads ihould draw a good crowd for the I same Monday. - O' 1 ?Dell Basaar" Is On th? Way. Tho Junior Phllathea class of the First Baptist church wish to announce that they will have a "Dpll Bazaar" immediately after Thanksgiving. Christmas is coming in spite bf the war and this basaar will furnish your children dolls for the holiday season. Thora will he dolls of every kind and size, all dalntly dressed and priced according to the war time pocket booka Watch for rurther announce ment of tho two dolls which will be given away. ?ptlM?t?e Sign i I? 4'lftplnyei. In conversation yesterday with an intelligencer roan. Mr F. M. Unger, i (be genial manager of the Columbia .Tailoring Co.. stated that he was, hav ing a largo sign painted^ which when I completed, would read: "No Hard times Talk Allowed in thin Tailoring Shop." And for fear that you may think that is for display only. > that we don't mean lt I want to state that vre are now dotsg more business ? I An Unusual Opportunity The special departments of Anderson Col lege can enroll a few more pupils, and the Col lege invites the ladies of Anderson and vicinity to take advantage of this opportunity. 5 PIANO Prof. and Mrs. Goode VOICE Miss Stranathan YIOLIN Miss Siiikh ART Miss Ramseur DOMESTIC SCIENCE Miss Murray EXPRESSION Miss Wakefield Whether you contemplate taking up tho study of any of these studies or not, we will he glad to have you visit ths College and see the work that ?3 being done. Anderson College DR. JAS. P. KIN ARD, President than wo were doing at this'some time Ja3t year." That's tho talk, boys. If we would all Torgct tho war and pursue our several lines of business ns If there was no such thing aa a war going on lu Europe, everybody would get along lots better. Poor Excuse Wns (liven. A collector stated Saturday that a certain man whom ho had gently re Jndndcd of an obligation that day, and who was working for a regular salary ond who had not lost a day's tim for the past two years, failed to pay his account, alleging that on account of tho European war he could not pay. Now what do you think of that kind of a "stall," anyway? And, BO many free schools, too! VALUABLE ANIMALS RAILROAD MUST PAY KILLING ONE. FOR AFFAIRS IN COURT GOING TO ATTEND GREAT MEETING Rev. J. H. Gibbony and Other Anderson People WHI Attend Gathering of Episcopalians. No Jury Cases Were Tried Yes terday Bot Hearings Are to Be Resumed Today. Rev. J. Haller Olbbohy, rector of Crace Episcopal church, loft yeator .day afternoon for Atlanta where ho goes u> attend Ihd convention, of tho Brotherhood of Saint Andrew. Tho convention will open today and con tinuo through Sunday arid will tho tho largest gathering af laymen over held in the South. Prominent Eplscn i pallnns from all over the world wilt I be In attendance. The Reverend Floyd T. Tompkins said to bc one of tho best speakers tn the United States, will deliver an ad dress tonight. Mr. Tompkins ls rector o? Holy Trinity Church of Philadel phia. Other prominent speakers on tho program for thc meeting ar?: Rev. John Henry Hopkins of the t'hurch of tho Redeemer of cnicago, Edward H. Hon all. president of the Society, of Bos lon, Mass., the Rt. Rev. CY E. Woodcock. Bishop of Kentucky and a number of others. It ls probable that several other Anderson Episcopalians will leave to day and tomorrow for Atlanta to at tend the convention. Fresh Home Made Beaten Biscuits Wednesdays and Sundays at only ten cents a dozen, al the Anderson Cash Grocery. .lust how much ls a hound dog worth? And has this bound dog a right to walk down the track of a rnllrruy Uno? Those two Important questions wero up yesterday for ar gument before Judge H. W. Mcmmln ger In tho Court of Common Ploas for Anderson county and a very Interest ing case lt was. On October 4.41013, a hound dog belonging to Charles A. Cromer con cluded that ho would take a stroll along between tho nhl ni hg steel-rails and this bo proceeded to do. While he was Journeying along a train ap proached front the rear and beforo th? dog could get to ino crossing nnd off. the track he was struck and kill ed by tho engine. Alleging that the tlog was a very valuable animal, Mr. Cromer Instituted jrof^dlng? cgalnst tho Southern railroad and the action was heard before Magistrate Clement at, linnea Path. That official doeided that the dog's lifo .mould havo been np^red and he therefore found for tho plaintiff In the sum of $2t The rail road appealed to thc circuit case and this was' tho action heard before Judge'''Memmlhger yesterday, at whieh limo J. 8. Acker appeared for thc plaintiff and "Bonham, Wa?t?rm ct Allen appeared fo rthe defendant. Junga Memmlnger's decision BUB?"in ert, the Magistrate nnd. the Judgment was nfflrmod. Accordingly the rail road will have to pay $25 for ? ono hound dog. No jury ca*es were tried yester day but all Jur rs will be expected to report u.dny and to wind up the cases on tho .docket during today and to morrow's session of court. Thc roster has the following cases set for trial: Today-^HIll versus Burris; Griffln versus Gregory, Paint Company ver sus Shirley. Tomorrow-Owens versus Chiquola Mill. : ._ "Get Together" What should be done to the farmer, for Instance, who has nuked assistance from his home merchants In the form of ashing them to lake his cotton at ten cents now, with the market below seven cents-and alter having the favor granted, to send off to some ''Mail Order" house lor some article which ke could have fought frsS CSC vf h's *OC?! 5?vJv??SBi5 ?* ?uv SS5?? ??wi ?> *?.?. How could it be determined that he could get lt for the sane price! you ask. Haven't the local merchants advertised their wares day In and day ont, always OUARANTEElNtt SATISFAC TION I Doesn't the farmer KNOW tho loesl me'chanf will make any. thing .that ls wrong right ia any tmnsAett^al ^ -,r . typify :.}'''? '\-^?J>-* . . :. Boes ka get this sort of treatment Iront tao far-off "Mall Order" boase I Does the Mail-Order house do anything for this farmer^ roads) Does tho looa' merchant contribute towards the eonstraetloa. and maintenance of your county roads! He doest Waat chance have yon Mr. Farsear? ta ever seo OKB CENT of aay DOLL tit that yon send to the Mail-Order house I Not sanes ? Who help? to keep ap a market for your goods, Mr. Vanner! The Mail-order house, or the local merchant 1 LopsV. paU tegtherX -SASSEEN. the Ad Maa.