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Published every morning exce.it
Monday by The Andersen Intelligen
cer at 140 Wj?3t Whittier Street, An
derson, t?. C.
Published Tuesdays and Fridays
L. M. ODENN. .Editor and Manager.
Entered as second-class mattet
Ap/ll 1?U4, at the pout office at
Anderson, Sun'li Carolina, under Hi?
Act of March I!, 1S7H.
-? - i i
ASSOCIATED PltlCSS DISPATCHES
SI I1S( Ul I'll ON KATES
Tile Intelligencer la delivered 'ay
tarrier In tho elly.
Look at the printed label on your
pa;>er. The dat': thereon shows when
the subscription expires. Notice date
?.mi label carefully, and If not coi rei:',
please notify, u". at once.
Subscriben? desir.ng tho address of
their paper changed, will pleat? seile
lu their communication both the >u
und ucw addresses. .
To Insure prompt delivery, com
rlulnts of non-delivery !n thu city
i:f Audercou should be made lo ll/."
Circulation Department before 0 a. te
t nd a copy will be sent at onto.
All cheeks and draft:, Bhould ' o
drawn to The Anderson Intelligencer.
Kotes will bc furnished on applica
No If advertising dlscoutlniied ex
cept on written order
The Intelligencer will publish brtet
and rational letters on flubjects ri
general lntsrost when they are nt
combnnlod ty the ninnes ami ail
dresncB of the authors nut', arc no? a*.
u defamatory nature. Anons moi,
aommuu'entiohs . will not' bo nolie?:!.
Itejccted muruscrlpt.-. will not bo rt
tn order lo aybbl dyiays on nccdun4.
<>t poreonul nbsenco, letters to T,'ie
Intelligencer intended for publication
nhotild not bs addressed ta any indi
vidual connected with tho pnp?r, but
simply to The Intelligencer.
WEDNESDAY." ?PHII., 19. 1916.
? Moro wild wur rumors.
----*- -;~ - T.-*"i* Tl'"' ' '" 'J'f
Augusta failed, to blazo out yester
? ? o
Yep, they say they are biting to boat
thc Dutch: ?
Frcm tho. y- "ng pngo wo turn
I.lick to ?var n
And thu bait's tho biggest ami fat
test lt's boen in yoars.
. We would respectfully announce to
Ibo audience that Teddy ls still good
"Wires Down and no Further Nows
on Villa's Death."-Hcndlluo. It would
be Um iii'in-; thing, anyhow.
. Newberry, according to tho Nowbor
ry Observer, now has two clubs-a
prcising club and n. "City Pig Club."
4,A Shaker Up of, Aviation omcers."
. ?. Headline. ; With a real democrat in
(ho whMc house it's pretty tough on
thc snobs, H v 1
. _^_4v_- . . . ?. ":|
. , "Darn thc war. darn tho emperors, j
darn the -'dugs, darn thc darned fools
j generally," nays the Gaffney Lodger, j
The. cliargo of a contemporary that
' Manning bas announced "that two
quarts ara not enough." was tho un
?kindest cut of all.
A correspondent from a nearby
town writes: "We havo a wealthy!
i? batchelor in our community and ho j
wants a wife bad,- We might furnish:
tito narao on request, girls.
The landlady of s boarding bob ac
makes a statement 'that she has hot
i boen a. block from i home in . tu ree
years, lt (a. not to be wondered at
I that the boarders never got,a change.
Ctta't you suggest something on
7 which all the people cati untie lo give
j Abbsvlllo a. shove f orwgrrt^Abbe-,
, yl)\<B? ?tedlum. . Every try a merry-go
rout..', one with a musical contrap
tion in-the middle, of.lt?v '
There ; are several mattera over
; which tho. world, willi .always be tn
j doubts vie: ?3 China-,a republic or a
; n^on^chy, ls Franchi Joseph hate and
. hearty br at death's door, : ls yilla
dead or still tn;-, the fighting, . sad
-.Well ?ore of this later.
VLKAS VP AMI l'A INT VP
lt has boen Intimated in certain
quartern that that there should be nul
occasion for u special plea to people !
to do what common sense should urge
tbem to do ail the time. A special
"Clean l!p and I'aint Up Week." it lu
wald, presupposes lliat people penni:
iiltli to accumulate, and ls a serious
reflection upon landlords und ten
Well ye?. There .should lie-alli* lr. j
Anderson wc believe there ls-enough
pride in the average family to keep
premises in tidy condition every week j
and every day in the year. Bverybodj j
knows what tilth means, it means un
tidiness, and that shows something]
below the standard of refinement tba:
should bo present In every civilised
community. It also means Hie men-!
ave of disease and death.
We all understand thia; but the big
Idea of "Clean Up ami Paint Up Week"
is to give thc Job an extra touch ben
aud there-not merely to stop ut tho
u?:ual spring (deaning, beating ear j
pets, and such as that, but to clean up
the entire premises! Ile pa lr th"
fences or tear them down altogether,
clean up buck lots, whitewash or
paint barns mid outbuildings, haul on
all trash and accumulations of old tit.
cans, boxes, etc. In other word?,
clean up your place to such an ex
tent that your neighbor will no! be
satisfied until he lias cleaned up lils.
THE NATIONAL G A.M G
One week ago today there opened ? !
new interest for many thousands of.
people that is taking precedence- of
the .war, of 'he presidential campaign
and even uf thc chase utter Villa and
the Mexican situation-the baseball
. It ls a groat game anil hus its prop-!
er place In the national life. All work
and no play makes a Jack a dull boy.
and baseball. affords summer amuse
ment to the thousands or stay-at
homes, tt encourages Interest In out
door athletics, lt Is followed with]
j keonejrt zest by many who do not have
I opportunity to witness the games but '
\ play them over In the newspapers. It j
is a good, clean sport and well do-1
I servos its widespread popularity; and
it lukes hold of the occupant of the
White House and the office and the of
fice boy with impartial grip. Here's
hoping for a successful year and race
from''Olid to' end in all'the leagues mid j
all thc associations.
NO TIJWK FOR SNAP Jl/OUMKNT I
\ ^Charleston..Nows and Courier!.
Long-distance Judgmonls of tho con
duct of military operations aro haa
crdoiiB. Tho public is quito willing
to wait for the verdict of competent
investigators b;forc making up Its
mind concerning thc afluir? ut Colum
bus, although lt wants to know Just
wliy Si wu? that thc Villa raidcis
woro able to surprise tho camp and
juut why the pursuit could not bo
pressed more successfully while tim
trail was hot. Similarly there will bc
no snap-judgments on thc coiirso fol
lowed by Major Tompkins at Parral.
In this case two questions liavo been
'raised; drat, why did Major Tomp
kins lead his force into thc town; sec
ond, why did ho retreat when iJ tock
ed instead ot making a stand?
In regard to the llrst point, the Car
ranza .government holds the Ameri
can commander to have been at fault
and attributes the claeh that ensued
to the en;rance of the American
forces into the town in contravention
of assurance.} given by the United
States. Probably thero ls a good, deal
to bc said about thal and this govern
ment will certainly administer noth
?ag in thc nature of a rebuke to Majar
Tomp-kinu until it hears hts side of the
case. In respect to the second point,
it is rather surprising to noto that
Geh. Funston le quoted as expressing
regret that Tompkins rc'rented since
the ? orv of tile retreat may have au
'.'lil effoct" on tho Mexican people
"who may regard thc Incident ns an
American defeat." Gen. Funston may
hold that view, but It ls doubtful
whothcr he cxpiosocd lt. Gea. Persh
ing, on thc other hand, ls said to have
"commended Major Tompkins for his
forbearance in retreating."
. .Probably Major Tompkina retreated
because it was :he only thing ho
could do.. Ho had approximately 100
men and ho reports that the Carranza
troops attacking him numbered 300.
exclusive of. tho Parral mob, a largo
part of which seems *.it have .beeti
armed. ThOLe were iatrly heavy odds,
end the-American commander seenn
to have exercised only ordinary pru
dence! In extricating his little force
while .tlier? was yat time. Moreover,
to have-made a stead and fought a
pitched battle would probably have
brought additional Mexican forces to
the. scene. The American contingent
might have boen overwhelmed by su
perior numbers. - Undoubtedly it was
regrettable that the retreat lind to h9
sounded; and - the fact that American
soldiers fell hack before a Carranza
force may haye a bad effect when tho
story ts spread in garbled form among
the -Moxicans; but In the circum
stance?, if they have been correctly
reported, it is hard to see what elso
obuld have been done.
Most every thing seems to bo ad
vancing in. value except- human life.
\Watlier Forecast-Fair Wednesday j
"I do liol know that gasoline will
get any cheaper within tho next six
mouths, but it seems that lt has j
reached its highest market price for
thu present," stated a wwii known
dealer yesterday. "About six weeks
ago ii made Its last advance going j
from 201-2 to 27 1-2 cents, and since
thal time has jcen standing still, if j
lt (hies not gt . cheaper, it seems that j
>t ls not going any higher."
Although the people of this sect hm
t'.re not interested lu circuses at this
early date, il is interesting to note
that Ute New York papers are carry
ing; announcements that the bin shows
are starring out on their annual tours.
One well known company is now play
ing at Hie Madb on Square garden und
is featuring f'ersia, a specialty with
1.001 people, lt might be interesting
to watch and see if this same thing Is
featured when the circus visits An
derson next fall.
Owing to the Met thal tile 21st is
Good Friday, the dance which was to
have been given at the Elks home to
those who took part in the County
Fair, has been postponed, lt ls very
probable that il will be held on Fri
day night of next week, but the date
has not been definitely decided.
Mr. W. I'. Steart. district farm agent ;
.Mr. W. il. Harton, assistant state
agent and Mr. Cenrge Anderson, ex
tension etymologist of Clemson Col
lege, were in the cit}' yesterday cot:
l'erlng with Mr. S. M. Uynrs. county
agent. They visited several farms of
the comity yesterday afternoon.
Mr. J. D. Richardson of McCormick
v.-.xs a business visitor In Anderson
yco:orduy. .Mr. Richardson is a for
mer resident of Anderson und was at
ono time engaged In the real estate
, business here. He stated yesterday
that the people of McCormick were
unanimously rejoicing over the deci
sion which Ka ve them their long wlsh
I ed for county, and that ho was cx
I trtmely glad himself. -
When it comes to window decora
tions, especially those where it taken
n little extra head work and manual
labor, Buck Barton, of th'e Smith,
Garrett & Barton compauy. seems to
he at the tcp of the dadder. His Eas-J
ter window which was arranged yes
terday is one. of the best that could
possibly bo "gotten up. It is nrtistb;
and unique, and is strictly up to tho
minute. This window is indeed a good
one, and is worth seeing.
It war, impossible last night to see
just what Glenn Evans was going to
fix up aa an Easter window Tor the
Owl Orug qpnipnny. but since two
snow white rabbits were seen thero
quietly nibbling at blades of grass, ll
ls an assured fact that something was
The lot of Mr. It. C. McKinney on
North Main n:?d Sharpe streets hus
been secured for thc Chautauqua
tent. . -
That Anderson ls facing future
prosperity that will perhaps surpass
that of any other town In this section
of tho state, la tho belief pf a well
known young man o. Anderson, a man
who has a profession, but ono who ls
invosting in real estate In. this city
whenever ho gets the right chance.
"I 'believe in Anderson," stated thin
gentleman yesterday. "I cannot help
it. 1 think it is tho only way to look
at thc thing. Anderson bau a great
future, and tho dawn of a great city is
now upon us."
Mieses Louise Gilmer and Norris
are having much success, with tholr
sale of tho chautauqua tickets, they
being engace i in making a canvass of
ithoue who tu id- subscribed for them.
In ordor that it may pot:-be over
looked, the first performance of thc
chautauqua. will ba given ou Satur
day week. '
. > ???:? ?? ? . ; vi
-Clemson Collegs, April 18.-r-Begln
new to plant ni success on of green
soiling, grazing and forage' crops
'.Cow pf as, soy b?ant', velvet-beana,
stock; beets, sorghum. - turnips,. etc.,
make excellent feed- for livestock.
Write to the Extension Di vi?.'on.
Clemson College. 8 C., tot free bul
letin'. "Forage Crops for South Caro
Inn." which gives detailed infor
mation on how to produce tho above
crops. - .
Palmetto Chanter, F. D. (V /
Tho Palmetto Chapter. V. D. C..
wil meet 'with Mrs. Edward Mar
shall en Fr? nkliu Direct at i' o'clock
Thursday af ernoon.
SS Clothes and Next Sunday
THERE'S a bigger idea back of "new
clothes for Easter5 than just clothes for
. " ?
It's the effect thatlnew clothes have on
you and your attitude toward lifeTclothes
for your sake and the people around you;
things.look brighter; everything's fresh;
you feel like doing big things. ,
$ Varsity Fifty Five
is an ideal suit for next Sunday; it's so
brimful of youthful spirit-it's contagious.
YQU'11 feel as you look in these smart clothes
Our furnishing department provides every essential to
your well dressing; every detail properly -worked out.
Shirts, hore, underwear, collars, neckwear-all the
nev/ .deas. ? A service t > assist your selectoin rather
than to dictate your purchases.
Hats in straw, light weight felts and d?rbys; represen
tative showing of what's to be worn by the beat
Oxfords of extreme service-stylc-seryice, comfort*
service, quality service; your . most complete assort
ment is here. v .
MT CASH CLvTN/^s
The Store with a Conscience '
i- I.'--- I mir in egg. Fill abell anti bake in NEW WATER GAME TO BE
HOME DEPARTMENT " ^ -UTE3 CHIEF SPORT OF ATLANTA
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HOME DEMONSTRATION WORK WWte HmctZFor ytsnMtlw. __T
Of South Carolina , . Two teaspoons butter; two jen- Atlanta. April 18.-Atl?nta -nier.
MUs Lillian Snelgrove, County Agent ' ^&?%^?S^^^^ nia,ds w,'? ln ? .
. ? . . ; pepper; m'xed. mont lake have decided ' that . s wini
7". - .... ^ \ *~ mfS . r '? -.. ? : . _ . Scald milk. Dub flour and butter ming aad diving are n?t exciting
Jakea Tomatoes Stoffed with Meat, sjioon butter, t?roe-fourths teispoon together, with a ?poon in a small enough for their roune blood and ac'
I.arge tomatoes-Two-thirds can Salt. saucepan. Add milk, and stir st-jau- . " . t ' , A.
?f bolled rice; oue cup chopped meal ; Cook beans ay above. When tender "y ovor ^ moderate heat until the cormugiy havo plaaaed to give tho
>ne-half* onion' diop^p?d fine; >no fdd other ingredients, beat and serve ^nca bolls. Add salt and pepper. c,ty tn,a summer an inti eduction .to
ab tr spoon green pepper; soasonln? !- ; Xhii.; recipe makes enough, eauco U/r the newest or all water games, and
o taste. one-half J cup buttered Cream Peas. o?d pint*1 cubes or four medium 'shied the roughest of all ganges outside wt
C? out " pulp Of tomatoes, mix Ono cup pea*; one cup white sauce gg^ wWte* sauce uso part flf MM.
.1th r^o and meat. otc. aad fill tc-cl's No- *; . , . - a whlte cream, -earn sance ls whMe samo ?* cane football and ts the invention
over wdth broad crumbs abd bak?.. . Dra'n ??*m* >Add ^ white ggs cream instead of muk, of Alleen Allen. - champion womaa
Serve with brown gravy. . sauce, neat ^na servo. U'se ?ne! and one-half.teaspoonful swimmsr of the Pacific coast, who
--? . ; . flour to opts cup of cream; made it the erase?f California bcach
*.VEGETABLES l'resdea Pattie?. ' -.Tp:.-*? , ., ' 1/-. ' es last summer. /.-f .
_ . Cut stalo bread ^ two inch slices: ? ' " ' .. j j j ."^a jpme ls played . by two teams
nrvi lim, vMt,? Shapo with a round ?utt?r three ^ M. . > of eight players each. One player
lind Lima Joann Sos m diameter Remove eno?trh ' " MARKETS handles tho cane while hor team-mite -
Soak two cups limasheans for sev- a WMn i Ofl?IVs>?.ip batathe ball. The four positions aro
ral hours In cold grater to cover. ? ?. .?? w wo ubIo8pS6hs IL ! ' 'mm* 1 1 fc^M sprint boat, two guard vboats and tho
iratn ?nd cook In botUhg salted wa- ? fg?gg? l?orouS)y r?S d".:n " - - ? . - " - ,0 , - , goal heat. The o^ect Is to at tho
er till soft: Agata drain and mute ^d dry^& SKH ? S!*! TOarkot S teDt8' ^? ???"? ?>. gos!.. W*VdVUes
s hutt?i- UH a delicate crown. Serve ^ 0ther mixture' - :w VavT?vrtlon ar* for ^ ?Co play
rtth * Se for^ervlnKtri catty case?' ?L m?n^W rn?^. .** w 8t??O th? ??ll while in the
Tomato Save?. sdtaWe for serving in patty case? Open High, Low (jose water, ?id lt . boat uJfseU and spills
One-half caa tomato**, two alices ?- Wu* - ?a,y ' ? ,??1 Uno 75*2 H'nL iM? *wo ocoupaato they, must .right the
?lone, eight pepper corns, ono bay ?tuffed Egg Plant. ' iuly,. .. ,JJ.J4 12.09 12.J4 IJ.?J ^ ft^a the;player with the pat
eat, two tablespoons butter; three Four egg-plants, tour table*po -rt Oct . .. -12.24 - -Oin touch too hs^. iA
balesnoons flour, sf butter, one ?nip'tomato sauce, edi Deo j s^?12-4012,38- ^-.vA^gttl.;has?.^ he ah expert
Cook fin* four ingredients together cup crumbs.-?wo-teaspoons salt,- two N. Y? Spots 12.10.?. . ^ ^ Itwtt^^^^^trer'to play the'game.
5 minutes. Strain and pour . over eggs, one-half teaspoon pepper. -T&ili - v tnjt for those who ?r? at homo In tho
utter and flour which h?v? been Wadi egg plant and cook Ia hot Liverpool Kotten. ^ . w?t*r; e^d who oa^bV h*viag th<)lr f
oohed Hogethf^.' Bring to boiling water for 15 minutes. %V3ien cold. Open. Close, shins cracked and their 'noses mashed
?tat and season with salt. cBt'.m''':ttsl?\^''dtsc??d .soed.wlth-* May-Jaas.>: ,^ v v ^
-+- spoony remove pulp, being Car?ful nat July-Aug .. 7.??H- IM eald to contain moro wai chedn-llght
Cream Lima Beans. to break ekln. Moll . bu:ter, cJdOct-Nov.7.46" 7.47 lng excitement j>*r Wiuar? yard and
One cup dried beans, three-fourths crumbs, salt s*ace amt pulp. Cood 8hls# 8,000. v ; ; -. > D*t ?obie '-''i?hut?'>(a?WTbytibUg ?P^m
up cream; ?v s and on?-half. tah?e- five 'talnute?-. ^ Remwe. (from lire ?u4 Spots 7.W. 1 ?float. '
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