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; You've hoard of a man being lu hot
Water? Carranza ls a living example;
Now that thc Ruatians have taken
Bukowina, what ' arc' they going to
do with it. -
Wo dou't know what thu Mexican
ny.tiona! iymbbt is, but, upposo lt is
tho representation of a -snake In the
Henry Ford.-...ainnouhces. that any
^pMO^o.' 'Of factory who enlists
will be fir?d. Not a very strong bid
'^?a??jtho Baie, of more Fords.
.AVo suppose the Mexican- coummn
..'.^W-'-At^tho' Carrizal- fight will speak
Of. thai piece of sneaking, snake-lu
tlre-grass hutehery as "strategy. "
With a poatof?r?e" izad ?n express of?
flee omened at Styx; ?ur boys shoabl]
[pm^iile'nco ho difficulty receiving lt t
l^ra. from their sweethearts and box
'il of grub from their mothers.
Wei haye no poison gas bombs in
s country but we have the poison
bum who frequents the atreet cor
re and shady loafing placea and
c;nUi5 slander against good men.
|VGuard8raon will march bolero
governor to aho-av war fitness," roads
i New York hcadllno. Bnt^lf* parad
prove? anything, we could subdue
l?xico With a tow corps of Masons
id Elks and Knights ot Pythias.
iA. hard bolled egg opened In Quln:
Mass;/ contained a tiny/piece ot
_^^'|^p0P-',VHi^i':\;' printed words,
"Go to. " And everybody ; In "tho
neighborhood ls dying with curiosity
.t$ know what the/hen n^eant.
:;A Grand Rapids, Mich., doctor who
?rf?rm?# an autopsy on tho victim
-a; famous.-.murder.case has char?
|^5#00 for. thojo>? on tha 'gro
' the evidence ho Pubmitted
A' corporation ; .
't ' ?av? doaiR/bettei.
ANYBODY CAM ll KM?
AU American? want to help in the
present military emergency. Seores
of thousands of husky young men aro
helping in the most direct and ef
fective way by going td tho front with
tho National Umird, or joining the re
gular army. Thousands of citizens
who aro dlso/ual'.'led by age, or have
more money ihun bodily vigor, are
doing their part by paying the sal
aries bf employees enlisted for Mex
ican service. Others are serving
the nation on tho railroads and else
whare by handling soldiers and sup
plies expeditiously. Others are co
operating with the government In or
ganizing our industries wth a view
to military effectiveness. Others are
enlisting as doctors or nurses. But
the:-,? are all speen! services, depend
lng on personal fitness or apeclal op
Thoro ls none thing that any
American soldiers who may suffer
from wounds or sickness. Of all tho
mon who go to the front, tho military
experts say-and they may run Up
into the hundred? of thousands be
fore we get through with this Job
at least one in ten will need houpltal
service.* That moins Ked Cross aer
! rice, supported by privato and volun
You can become a member of the
Red Cross for Si a year, and that dot
i lar will pay for 100 cents' worth of
f tiolp for some soldier who needs it
Yon can pay SiO for a "sustaining
membership," or $25 for a "life mem
bership," but SI \o enough to let you
In and give you the satisfaction of
dnlng something tangible for! tho
SENATE ON.THE JOB
The United States sonata 1B once
moro fulfilling its.usual function of
Improving tho carolcsa legislation ot
the oilier branch. It ls adding three
or four battleships to tho house naval
appropriation bill, in addition to four
swift batt leer ni ser.s, and shaping the
measuro Into a genuine five-year
balding program j ltiBtead ot merely
appropriating for one year In tho old
hep-hazard way and letting the fu
ture take cure of Itself.
Thoro was.a period not so long ago|
In which the.t;e.nato was, In Ul repute.
Bdt*!a**he last' :bw years lt has bebu
more, responsiva to public sentiment
than the. houBe, and hus done more
statesmanlike work on nearly every
Important measure. Tho house-hau
fatal tendency to superficiality. Ev
cry. 8033}on Jt j dumps a, ninan of .in
digested measures. ,pn. thc suma'.c aud|
leta that body whip them into shape..
And by assuming tho burdon and/on j
tho whole, sustaining it ably, the son
ato'bau newly Justified Us traditional |
title of the "uppor housb,** -
SUICIDE IN BELGIUM
According " to a newe story y from'
Belgium, tho mayor of ono of the
Bolglan cilios has lasued ? public ap
peal asking that- feilow-clUaens who
reel obliged to . commit suicide will
use poison, ora rope, and not ague
j. ,.: The story; improbable as lt riounds, j
becomes moro erodible when tho may
or's reason^ aro given. .Tho posses;
olon ot firearms by Belgian civilians I
ls strictly forbidden. The Gorman j
military authorltea punuh .. all in
fringement by the Imposition of
heavy fino, on Ute community, in ad
dition to .visiting punishment on ihfc
Individual offender, in a recent case
a fine of $2,500 was impon?d for' (hit.
reason on a small town ' whose ' pop
p?o wore already so popr that pay
riebt was aa int ck rabi o hardship,
j Suicide by shooting results, of coursai
in tho. revelation',that, the viotlra has
possessed fa pistol or gan, and tho
I town is fined accordingly.
Gen i Von Biasing, tho military gov*
I arbor, baa been trying lately to per
suade the world that the Belgians are
really contented nuder the present re
gime.' Thia suicide story. If trie, ls
a tragic and convincing : refutation.
j. V ElIWitNATING THE BY UMMBB.
.Tho hoad ot a,btg.eastern commor
.cia^ho^ his theory by]
practice, ?.ya that, the day o! th?
traveling ' salesman is past. And bal
makes . an ? nupresai va argument?j fori
tho tisa of ad vent dug, by wholesal
ers and retailers oto^
p Advertising Is more satisfactory J
than the old method of personol co-]
Tlfclt?tJio?y-i |?e^^?aa^ri^- "tirir^n?ir*-: iV.:.-w-^lts1
j ;i?*e and sells mor? goods, Much ad
irttslng goes to ..waste, no doubt; bhlj
?J ;?rayJ^i^i:. salesman- ayat?m - ;i?j
?W\&j?rf ^astet^ttf ?' moa?y abd j
y Moreover, th? aaieaman'e sata^rj
.?xpa?i?fcs ^add tb thb c^Stof iba]
a ^ithotot addingrtb.?w;.va4t??j?f|
(?omi? sold by advertising are ?old
cn their merits, whereas goods sold
hy a drummer may bo sold only
through personal appeal, which ls
?ocal und trauslent.
Tho salesman ?vometiu.es uses ques
tionable methods to soil. The adver
tiser doesn't daro to. "Advertising,
is virtually a guaruntee In bold, un
Tho drummer is a middleman, and
the evolution of business IK eliminat
ing ii i (dd lem eu .
"The economy and efficiency of the
printed word," ho says, "need no
eulogy from me. Retailers recognize
their need of the dally newspapers
hy their increasing use of them.
"Things were different once upon a
timo before tho railroads turned
farms Into cities. TJhen tbe original!
retailers* were traders, and carried'
their goods crosscountry seeking out
buyers ono at a time. Now the re
tailer draws the customers to his
store In crowds, and advertising lu
tho magnet, itopresentatlvo retail
ors are very particular about tho'
goods they advertise, very careful as j
to tho exactness of their printed
word. 30 are representative whole-J
Balers. Buyers know this. That ls
why they aro paying such careful j
attention to the advertisements they j
seo in tho papers."
HUGHES SEEKS DAUBER VOTE
farts Not With lils Beard, But lias1
Neck Shaved High. I
(From N. Y.' Morning Telegraph.) j
Charles Evans Hughes is making a
.nijong play for ibo 'barber vote.}
When he reached headquarters yes
terday, fresh from Providence, his
Immediate- entourago was astonished
to ace that ho had Just had a close
From this tho gentle reader is not
to rush to the conclusion that Mr.
Hughos hud parted with his luxuries
whiskers. No, his beard was in full
position, all right; but Mr. Hughes
was wearing ono of thoBe wonderful
Chicago "round haircuts," and tho
back of his neck was shaved so high
that the hairline/descended scarcely
at all below the top's of his ears.
Of courso this work of art gave
the candidate the ' appearance ot be
ing a highbrow, no matter whether
one spied him going or coming;' but
lt would bo hard Indeed to convince
anyone that the former justice was
after the highbrow vote by the neck
vhave route. .Plainly and beyond all
question tho republican candidate is
seeking tho moral and electoral sup
port Ct the ton.".or lal I s ta.
HOW IT STARTED
Chronological Summary of Events
Leading Un to Cristo. ;
? March ; 9-Francisco. Villa raided
Col umbu a, N. M.
' March IB-American punitive ex
pedition entered Mexico below Co-!
. -March 16-^-Col. Dodd's famous,
"flying column" entered. Mexico be
March . 27-?yillistas . mburdere?Y,
throe'Americans and two oth?r:for?
eignen? at Mtnaca and Guerrero. ' <
March. 29-Col. ?. .Erwin's detach
I AT GAM
Camp Mooro, Sty?, 8: C., Juno 26.
-Thc Machino Gun company, 1st Re
giment, N. ?. 8. C., arrived hero
Suturday. afternoon about 6 o'clock
from Anderson. The trip, to' Colum
bia was Uneventful. "There the' men
Were-allowed two hours for dinner.
: The men gol their first experience
in army life when thoy walked from
tile dopet to the camp, a distance, ot
about ono milo. Tho sand on the
road wao at least a foot deep and the
mon had a jolly good timo lugging
their baggage along.
Upon arriving at camp the >:boya.
wore marked to tho street on which
*^?v 1st. . Regiment 'supply company's
lents aro located. They found noth
ing in the way cf tents, either erected
or rolled up ready to hiv put up. It
s?^tmfld for a long time that ? night
oh!Hine ground wtth no covering but
the sky, was to be tho luck, boya who
had' left such go\*a homes; However,
about C : 30 lt began raining, and all
began to look: for cover
^Although the follow? faed ? good
lunch In Columbia they war?: ready
for another meal .by nightfall. No
kitchen had boon prepared and lt
looked for along'time, as If no ann*
mfir . could be. obtained ; Finally,
Capt.' h, 8> Ligen, Company ..Bi$ife
8. C. Rog., offered 4.0 allow the use
ol that company'o kitchen. About
incut rounded up Vllln?tas ut Sun
Geronimo, killing 60; 4 American
(soldiers were wounded.
April 1-Col. Brown's detachment
defeated Villlstas at Aguas Caliente?,
April 10-Citizens jf three Mexi
can towns ambush Howze's detach
ment, killing 1, American trooper and
April 12-Parral'Citizens and Car
ronza soldiers attacked Maj. Tomp
kins' detachment, killing 2 Ameri
cans/ and wounding 6; Americans
killed 40 Mexicans.
April 12-Carranza requested with
drawal of American expedition.
April ia-'Maj. Howtc <uid lila de
tachment rcucli farthest point routh
o? any American troop.,, in Bight of
April 22-Dodd ocattered Vllllstas
at Tcmochie, killing at least 2 and
April 23-('arronza General Obro
gon and American General Scott be
gan conference at El Paso.
May G-Pandita raided ".?ann
Springs, Texas, Hilling 4 Americans.
May io-Maj. Langhorne's cavalry
?qi-udrou entered Mexico sonto of Ma
May ll-El Paso Obregon-Scott
conference concluded without formal
Juno 18-President WilHon ordered
mobilization of National Guard.
Juno 20-American . note replying
to Carranza'a demand for withdrawal
of American forco3 dlspatche.3, re
fusing withdrawal and threatening
Carranza with "gravo consequences."
Juno 21-Troopora of tho Tenth
United States Cavalry ambushed near
Corrlznl. Mexicans alleg? 12 or 14
Americans killed and 17 captured.
(From Ohio State Journal.)
William Allen White, sneaking ot
tho progressive convention, nays:
"For thc progressives are showing
if that is so, it would be a frantic
day if they would let themselves out;
it would bo like "tho earthquake roll
ing back in swift and mountainous
ruin." That 90-mlnato yell for Roose
velt might bo referred to as an in
stnnco of progressive self-restraint
Wo suppose to Mr. White it was no
more than a zephyr meandering about
a rose bush: When thc progressives
cease their self-restraint, we want <o
bo near a trench that wo can hop in
to at the first roar of'their silence.
Easing Ills labors. , . . .
As tho motorist turned a corner in
a quiet country road, Ive saw a broth
er of the wheel Just ?head, evidently
Immediately ho slowed down. -
"Wa^t any* help?" ,-ibo. asked, gen
"' The'ether motorist looked grateful
ly at him. as ho wiped tho perspira
tion oif his brow.
"I do," he whispered. "Sec that
lady In the car? She'd my wire, and
I'd bo much obliged if you'd answer
lier questions and keep-hor amused
while I'm' seeing io tti>< hurst tiro."
To Increase^ Co&^nQntiiut.
Paris', June 20.- The government
ls arranging to i-lng ten thousaud
workmen from Italy;' to increase the
production of the coal"mines of the
region of Lyons. Seven million'tens
a year, ls the estimate of the increas
ed output that may thus be assured.
l'ostpono Tuberculosis Week..
Columbia, June 26.-After, consul
tation with tho State Board of Health
lt has been decidded to postpone the.
"tuberculosis week" from tho first
week in July to tho first week in Au
gust. . . -. ; .
It ls probably that th? tents will
be placed thia afternoon. There ls a
great desi' of work ' U. bo done, lt
is said tho uniforms will be furnished
tomorrow. The guns ar? expected
during tho weekv Thora is less war
; talk here;than 'a' heard In Anderson.:
?veryoho" appcaro to fae feeling fino
and although the work la rather
bard, no complaints have been
Capt, fi, B, G OSE et t ls oxpocted this
afternoon. Ia tho meantime-, Lieut.
R. J. Furner is? in charge.
With the Beys.
Tho boya of the Machine Gun com
pany are .fond et the bull dog given
the company by Billia. Lyon.. He ls
to bo mascot .and already ho ls a gon
i eral favorita. Someone ?-^ai^y^ipf?
i hun "Trouble."
Gurd Rlhf, ona of tito jolliest fel
lows o2 tho ! buft'^h, saya1 that he
hnpwa he ts .going to quit-every 8at
t urday at hoon and go to ?Mwa abd
stay until Monday.
This ls one timo the/, northand
south aro fighting aldo by aids'. C.
Cv WUHngtoh of Greenville Io'a na
tive bf Boston: Moss. Ho has been
working la Greonvlilo for tho past
two years and; upon hearing of the
Machine Gun company was ane . of
tho first to Join.
! C. P. Jones,; o th or w Iso known as
j "Sue" Jones, was ono of the fellows
in ft' tent wttb^about
upon heartttg -ai?raaon?-^l'to?*4 there
waa' a-:stiake ia there, he left out? He
returned thia morning.
panie Banks, editor ertha Colunv
Ma Record, and Mac Hort?rvxdfc/ edi
tor ot The State, paid toe telloira '
cai* Sar?r??y artera?o?;
Ralph Smith known lu*, ia >^ihiaf to
pava to:/Kareda cot-ma^-to- ordsr.
N?h? *f :*?es?:Viena?v>a?ra"5aw
ewrofch, ;" ?-?'*"'';'v -:
Crossing the equator
in Mansco Union-Suits
It is exactly at the Equator of
a mans makeup-at the waist
line-that the . Mansco. union
suit asserts its superiority.
Opened at the side, for about
one quarter the way around the
The Mansco permits immedi
ate adjustment to circumstances
-for the portly man or the
slender man. > .
No matter what your Equator
measures the Ma* v seo union
suit negotiates it comfortably..
So easy and comfortable and
cool, that you feel as if you were
spending August at Black Motin- I
tain. ?. - -st
Price, $1, $1.00, $2.
-You can easily afford a half
''The Store with a Conscience'*
Casement, on Trial.
London. June 26-Slr Roger. Case
ment, chief ?conspirator of the Sinn
I Fein revolt in Ireland raced trial for
his life on high treason charge today.
His counsel gavo no indication what
his defense will be.
Casement pleaded not guilty.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All persons having claims againrt
ihe estate of Mrs. Louise Gilliam,
uect?nsed, are hereby notified to pro
sent them properly proven to the un
dersigned within the time prescribed;
by law, and those indebted to make
W. Hi HAMMOND. Administrator.
roUer, S. C.
Juno 24. 1.916.
100,000 Militiamen Mobilize for Duty on the Mexican
' Border '
Part of the equipment of every soldier is a Wrist Watch.
IVs a great convenience, worn on the left arm to see the
time when on the march, with coat buttoned up.
MILITARY WRIST WATCHES"
Ingersoll Black Strap .."_. .$3.00
Elgin Nickle Case Black Strap ... '..$10.00
Omega Nickle Case Suede Black Strap.$f0.00
Remember the boys to be called out.
Walter H. Reese & Co. *
Published By Southern' Public Utilities - Company
.; LAMP .
.ANDERSON, 8. CH TUESDAY", .JUNE -i?,,1916.
THE NEW ORDER
Electric lights Tfend to Increase)
In the old fashioned days when
closing time carno all the ?? lights.
were turned, out in the stores, and
when the merchant turned-the hey
In his door -business stopped-hlu
store waa a dead one untH ' day
light. . ..r' i
Now, witt beautifully, lighted'ahd
'attractive n?orebaridiso. displays in
his win tl own and a blazing electric
sign over tho .door Mr. Merchant,
locks up ami leaves .ono of his
best salesmen on the job; ? .salsa-",
man -who.'will' stay mere end work
until all the window shoppers, all
the people who ore looking ^or
tho bright things! in. tho bright
storey - har? gan,e home, when, the
time switch lebV him ont iofr>.thft#
In , these days of . competition,
every wlde-awaks merchant te-look
mg for any way.that.will increase :
his business at tho least cost. ' \
"> Electric lights properly arranged-,
t? the windows will do thia for any ;
liva merchant. r'iW^m
yin can grep?re the ; breakfast
coffee, toast end leggs; at tho tablo
If .yonxwoiv*-of-these lUtla. I
Your Hours of Pleasure
depot?d on the convenience of your
household devices. What saves,
more stops-co'nBSquently moro
time-than an electric iron? Pro
gressives housewives .UBO them. Yod
will never Tu?ly appreciate their
.convenience', until you know, by exr
perience. Begin'today to lighten
your tasks by purchasing one.
,f' Wiih an Electric hon
which we will sell you for ?2 CO.
ironing . may : bo ? d?se/ ?? the f?$<>\~.
est room. : Abd 4n these Irons th?
heat ls uniform, ih> weight well dis
tributed, the handle always ccwi. '
In the Heat v
when by installing ono' of ?? our
H?eeirle ?fcn? you ihay hs*.
br?eze wh?h you, want it, .andi/Aa
lons aa- you waat. lt, day oriLjbtj
Tho cost' isVsibjtht compared;: with
We have all sizes and the prices
sUrt ot I8.7?. :'^M?$&^