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THE ANDERSON INTELLIGENCER
1M North Main Street
ANBF.HSON, S. C
WILLIAM HANKS - - Editor
W. W SMOAK - Business Manager
Entered According to Act of Con
gress us Second Claas Mail Matter at
the Postofllce at Anderson. S. C.
Published Every Morning Except
Semi-Weekly Edition on Tuesday and
Semi-Weekly Edition- $1 GO per Year.
Haily Edition $5.00 per annum;
$2.50 for Six Months; $1.25 for Three
Member ol the Associated Press ar
Receiving Complete Dally Telegraphic
A large circulation thun any other
newspaper in this Congressional Dis
Business Office ------ 321
Local News ------ 327
Society News - - - - - 321
The Intelligencer iz delivered hy
carriers In the city. If you fail to
get your paper regularly please notify
us. Opposite your name on label
of your paper ls printed date to which
your paper ls paid. AH checks and
drafts Bbould be drawn to The Ander
Washington. April 6.-Forecast:
South Carolina: Partly cloudy Tues
day; WViiiii" day ruin.
Anderson is My Town.-The fly.
Columbia has won a gume In the
now league. Hoo-ray.
There will be a clean-up day next
August, for some politicians.
Clean up, clean up, cloon up. The
Greenwood boosters are coming.
What this country needs is good
rouds. Everybody he|p a little.
Vilia ls a Torraon, That's only a
thousand miles of SQ frc#n Mexico
The Greenwood boosters seem to
take that trip Friday very seriously.
Cheer up boys. i
The blue baek ^apelter and tho old
oaken bucket ought to be put back on
the Job. .
-&2|0 Jf t!
Thc Hearst papers took a lot more
Interest In Underwood nfter ho turned
against President Wilson.;'
Thc paper that announces that
"spring is hore" may live to regret its
Seo London dispatches-Miss Virtuo
came very near heine thrown into the
In Pat Pouche Atlanta will acquire
a citizen who has done much for An
derson and IB needed here.
Congressman Joe Johnson of Spar
tanburg stood the fire of the militant
house lust Thursday.
"General" Kelley ls not thc only
cheap politician who bas compared
himself witb certain Libbi characters.
--^?~- " v
Water, water everywhere, and no
booze for the navy, says Josephus
While the candidates for place on
the regional hank board are coming
out, we suggest Bill Stringer of Bel
That trnnsAtlantlc aeroplane flight
ia either a gorgeous myth or a lovely
and unmistakable way to commit sui
A church lu Griffin. Ga., has pro
vided automobiles to transport all of
the aged and infirm to the church on
The Monroe doctrine ls more like
. tb? old tostaraent "eye for an eye"
than the New Testament doctrine of
A kentucky hAor?kt nays ?hat tte
standard bre&kfaw M Lexington |s
three cocktails, Y chaw of 'tobacco;
cup of coffee.
The Canadian pacific rall road owns
11,000,000 aerea of land. That ls why
00 many Immigrants are taken to that
?? ...G.- ..
Hobson being a self made hero, po
litically speaking, ht did not advance
any numbera Oils time. His Merrimac
fame baa been tarnished by Jingoism.
Some of the fly swatting has been
delayed. The peaky brutes that could
have been killed in the embryo are
here with thousands of feet for bald
heads. , >.
AM Till SU IIITTKK OT OF KKK J
our friend*, lieu ron or Inc Spartan-'
burg Herald und Hooker of the Green
ville I'ivdiuont, have been very face
tious in their remarks concerning this
paper'a view? on 111 ? - county to county
< a m (ta mn They favor doing away1
with Ute campaign meetings. We
recoKiiIze them u.-< necessary, an evil
lp lu- eu du red in the heul grace possi
Wliai i . nu dy yo they offer? None.
Thi; two poper? above referred io in
commenting upon our view?, iiuole
only one concttiKioii without showing
Hie argument that we advanced, all
loo hurriedly written, we admit. Hut
we return to our conclusion after ev
ery way o? looking at Iii?? matter. The
it We hcliuv'c that it is a nuisance,
candidates neem to want (lie cam
paign, and Hie people seem to want
hut what eau lie done about il?
Once stop till-so meetings and then:
will lie a terrille howl about "lin; sup
pression of free speech" and all sorts
of hunk. Once call off thes,. meet
ings and hear the howl that every
thing is being none in the inn-rests of
Among the candidates tor governor,
for 'iistancc, -Mr. Mclaurin is a very
wealthy mau; Mr. Manning is another;
Mendel Smith and C. A. Smith arc
"well fixed" in this world's affairs.
Kaili of them could conduct his own
campaign at the expenditure of a lot
of money, while men not so Qffluei
tumid sutler, and among these ure
Lowndes Drowning, Willie Irby. John
Ci. Richards, Carroll Sims and a few
They can't afford to enter the race
for governor against such a handicap,
unless they should nappen hy some
chance or other to represent some
No, the county-to-county campaign
Itinerary is a nuisance, as wc have
said before. It is really degrading
and dangerous i:: thorne. c#i ito features,
but would it be any worse than any
other plan? No. As a m?W of fact
If this were abolished, candidates
could resort more than ever to "gum
shoe".methods and we would pjuv'c
many such disgraceful things as the
congressional election in Charleston
to select a successor to Geo. S. Legare.
In the name of oratory there has
not bean since the founding of the
world anything quite as punk as some
of the speeches banded out in state
campaign;? in South Carolina. ' hut
'what ?ro you going to do about it?
Tliat's the question.
Make no changes unless, lt is abso
lutely certain that such changes'are
for the good of the people.. Make no
more machinery for machine politi
cians. Give 'em all the rope .they
want, and the demagogues and thc sel
fish politicians will sponer or later
Bhow themselves to the people.
We stand to our original proposi
tion, however, tliut when the candidate
files his pledge, bc Is entitled to the
respect, consideration and protctiou
of thc state executive committee and
campaign meetings should bc. pro
tected from personalities and mud
slinging. Let campaigns bc conduct
led for the discussion of better tilings.
SONS OF A FATHER
If there ls one characteristic more
than nnother that has marked the con
duct o? the Orangeburg Times-Demo
crat under the guiding hand of its vet
eran editor. Jas. L. Sims, that charac
teristic has been moral tone. Not
one issue lins ?Ver gone out from un
der his hand that lias not carried some
appeal for the uplift of thc people of
the ?tate. He bas retired from the
wor kin which he has done so much
good and in which he has been so suc
Mr. Sims recently received the ap
pointment as United States marshal
for this state. This is a distinction
which he well deserves, although aa
we have said before, we would have
liked to have seen some of the federal
patronage distributed in this section
of thc state. Hut If any man south
ot Columbia iiad to get this appoint
ment, would ptef?*r Mr. Sims. His
character and honesty and devotion to
principle arc unquestioned.
Mr. Sims was elected . presi
dential elector by the state democratic
convention last year, and was a loyal
and enthusiastic Woodrow Wilson
Mr. Sims' excellent paper will bo
in good hands. Hts chic-1 son. Jas.
Ular Sims, who hu? ?hared with his
father in the management of thc pa
per, will hereafter be the business
manager and the two twin boys, Hugo
and Hepry will be the editors. -/These
two boys went through Wolf ord col
lege, taking many If not all the hon
ors, and medals and they aro well
equipped for the editor!*? desfc.1 cape*
dally with the example ?nd the coun
sel of their father to encourage them,
We would counsel these brilliant
young men to use moderation In their
work and to be not over-sealous. It
ls admirable to fight for a principle,
but fight to win. & j
i OH? \0l ATHLETICS.
j A new use bas been found for
.*..'. ii. J- \*'t --. ."; ; ..y
* ' l . ;V ? .' , *:Xf?
w esl?-, II college football playera of
tin- Adonis type. Tin KO heroes of thc
gridiron secured positions as artista'1
modela toi the un a who draw illus-j
nations for ready made clothing ad
vertisements l-'or their line- they re-?
eel Ve $_' an hour and ell they had to
do was io put on II liorrowed suit of
clothes and stand in an alleged so
ciety pose alongside a model of the
feminine sex. Sonic co-eds founds po
sitions alun.si as easy, however, for
they ?ir?- instructing women of ucwly
acquired wealth in Hie riidlmenls of
etiquette at $1.50 per hour.
MU K i:.
The name: of all persons who sign
petitions tor the establishment of a j
dispensary in Anderson county will he
published in these columns. This is
a matter of public rei ord. ami thc pe
titions will lu- published in The Intel
ligencer hy request.
Governor Blease Lets Loose]
Some More-None From
Columbia, April 6.-Governor llleasi
Monday extended executive (leinen-1
ey in the following fourteen casca:
PERKY, Willis,( colored)-Convict
ed at tin- .November, 1906, term of
court for Greenwood county of car
breaKing and larceny and sentenced to'
I wo years' imprisonment upon the,
public works. Paroled, during good
behavior, April <;. 1914.
BYRD. Arthur, (colored)-Convict-]
ed at the November, 1908, term of
court for Newberry county of man-j
slaughter and senlecned to ten years'
imprisonment in the state penitentiary
"r :!;.. public works. Paroled,
during good behavior .Apri 16. 1914.
LIGON. Hub. Icolored)-Convicted'
at the Nocember, 191:li. term of court,
for Oconee county of murder, with'
recommendation to. mercy, and sen-j
ced to life imprisonment in the state
penitentiary or upon Hie public|
works. Paroled during good behavior
April 6. 1914.
TRUE8DEL, Amanda. (colored) -
Convicted at the March. 1914. terni of
court for Kershaw county, of larcency
und sentenced to six months 'lmprisr
onment in the btale penitentiary. Pal
roled during good behavior. April 6.
SIMMONS. Ben (colored)-Convict
ed at the October. 1912. term of court
for Shiuda county, of manslaughter,
and- sentenced to two years' imprison
ment upon the public vorks. Paroled
during.good behavior. April 6, 1914.
SMITH. .Major (colored)-Convict
ed at the February, 1909, term of court
for Abbeville county, of murder, with
recohiniendation to mercy and sen
tenced to life imprisonment in the stat
penitentiary'- Sentence commuted to
twenty years imprisonment upon the
oublie works of the county of Abbe
ville, Keb. 10, 1914. Paroled during
goodbehavior, April 6. 1914.
WILLIAMS, Frauk, (colored)-Con
vfcted at the February 1913, term of
court for Horry county *of manslaugh
ter, and sentenced to two years' im
prisonment upon the pulhic works or
I in the state penitentiary. Paroled
during good behaver April 6, 1914.
GANTT. William. (colored)-Con
victed at the August. 1896, term of
court for Edgeileld county of murder,
with recommendation to mercy and
sentenced to life imprisonment in the
state penitentiary or upon the public
works. Paroled during good behav
ior, April 6th. 1914.
YARN. Gilder P. (white)-Convicted
at the February, 1914, term of court
for Charleston county, of grand lar
cenyTTfrtUtfortteneed to six months' Im
prisonment in the state penitentiary.
Paroled, during good behavior, April
SYKES, J. W., (white)-Convicted
before Magistrate Thurlow Belk. Ches
terfield county. March 16, 1914, ot
practicing dentistry* 'without license
and sentenced to pay a fine of one hun
dred dollars or toi.sferve thirty days
upon the public works o*r in county
jail. Paroled upon thc condition that
he do not hereafter violate.Ute law in
referencet o practicing dentistry In
this state. April ?. 1914.
TURNER, Stephen (white)-Convict
ed at the March, 1012, term of court
for Marlon county of manslaughter,
and sentenced to ten years' imprison
ment upon the public works or In
the stat*?, penitentiary. Paroled during
good behavior April 6. 1914.
TARRANT, Herbert (white)-Con
victed at the September. 1913. term of
court for Greenville county of arson,
and sentenced to twelve years' impris
onment upon the public works. Parol
ed during good behavior. April 6. 1914.
SCRUGGS. Ambrose (white)-Con
victed at the April. 1012 term of court
and sentenced to five years' imprison
ment upotajthe, oublie works. Paroled
' during goa behavior, April 6. 1914.
KCTT I'AMC OFF
I .Ile Aden's Ila" o? Financing Crops
(By Associated Press.
Washington, April 6.--Secretary
McAdoo tonight announced tho results
OT^tn? offlct loans to bank at crop
moving tnt?? last Fall. Treasury
funds -were ?deposited in 191*1 banks In
62 cutes' ltr*28 states, to the amount", of
$37,386,000. The last of the loans w ere
repaid by April 1. the limit set hy the
treasury. The government received
as Interest at two per cent, a total af
$260.000, representing a clear profit.
Mr. McAdoo said the amount required
by banks bad been much less than be
.expected when it became that Ute
J treasury wae ready tc render any such
FRANK ?. WILLIS.
Republican Cont|rei?$man From
Eighth District ot Ohio.
'S hy Huck.
ANDERSON MAN TAKES
THE "DIVINE HEALING"
WENT TO ATLANTA FOR THE
BELIEVES IN CURE
Suffering From Tuberculosis,
Charlie Bowie Had "Hands
Laid On" In Atlanta
Prom Atlanta cornea thc news that
all Atlanta bas been stirred during
the past week on account of thc mar
velous feats performed by Mrs. M. B.
j Worthington-Btter, "th"e divine lieal
? er." Sucli an impression has been
I made that people have gone to Atlan
ta from ali parts of the country during
the past week; among' these being
j Charlie Howie, a young Anderson man.
Mr. Howie returned to the city Sun
day after having "hands laid on" him
by the divine healer. eHfs faith in the
cure is strong: nilt is- sald that Mr.
How ie who is i suffering with tubercu
losis was treated in, the following
mnnners: ? . " .
The singing grew louder as the
young man seated himself in the chair.
"Where the hcallD?$ \ ;\y?t?rs flow"
shouted the singera^''Wjtere.the heal
ing waters flo>f^|?iiU .
The 'young man iii tho chair leaned
back With his hands raised while Mrs.
Ettcr laid seemingly violent hands on
bia shoulder, lita throat, his face. She
called oo bo him to>r3e.U?ve_ in the Lord
to have faith. She rb?be'd his chest.
Pretty sooh the yoting man arose,
waving hts arms. The singing stop
ped as he stumbeld off the platform
with tears of joy atreaminp from his
eyes. A womuc-advanced half-run
ning down td the aisle to meet him.
She was crying in long sobs. At the
first row of benches, the young man
leaped to the top of them and fell into
J ncr arms. They sobbed and wept
crying, "Thanks t? Jeana. Glory to
Afterward- a reporter asked Bowie
if he was really healed. He said
(hat when Mrs. Etter was tresting bim
ho could feel a shiver pass through
bis lungs, that ho believed he was
healed, but time alone would show.
The following is the Impression
made upon a newspaper reporter by
teb "divine healer's" actions and tre
mannci in which the meeting was con
ducted "Up anddown the .rostrums*'
"Up and down tho rostrum strides a
little woman all ni white, white hair
while dress, a white knR shawl over
"Praise the Lord. sisters" she
shouts, vBelieve In Him and be heal
ed" She ls Mrs. M. B. Worthlngton
Etfer, "divine healer."
"From the knclinge people all
around came shouts and amens. But
meit of them moan in a weird swell
ing sound like some Arabian desert
sang that rises and falls and swells
"A woman kneeling In the center of
the rostrum begins to sway back and
forth and about The others cease
all but the low crooning noise, while
she cries aloud on the name of Jesus.
Gradually she works herself Into a
frenr.y of prayer her body rocking to
and fro to the accompaniment of the
maning all around,, her hands raised
to henven, her face streaked with
"She breaks off with a loud sob and
there ls momentary quiet. Mrs. Etter
walks to the front and tells all who
are In need to come forward.
"Tlie men and women crowd around
the plntform and kneel.. A window ls
raised on a back room. Here a wan
faced woman Hes listless in hedi The
lame,, the bait, the blind, struggle to
ward the platform. The. healing ia
about to begin.
"On one side of th*.platform a num
ber of converts gather around a plano
and begin? to sing. On the other ?
mother advances leading a little girl
by tho hand. The girl is totally blind.
She sits down In a. chair. Below the
rostrum a. woman holds a bbay In bei
arms, Ahe child's mouth covered with
sores, a deaf mute, a crippled boy. os
crutches, crowd together around thc
woman of white. :
"While the singing ?riC?eased In fer
vor on one side. ?rs. Etter motioned
to the drat subject. 8he waa an obj
lady, deaf for 3? years. She sat down
in a chair.
"Mrs. Etter placed her haeds on he*
face and rubbed them back and forth.
\ SPECi AL ?e1 ling event of hine serges^ com
plete range of fabrics from all parts of the coun
try1 made in most perfect manner; plain
v weaves, chain weaves, basket waives, Unshear
ed serges, self stripes, silk decorated weaves.
Full lined, half .and quarter lined. Many dis
J " 7*?"' . : . . .
tinet models, for men and young men.
A phenomenal exhibition of best clothes made.
You can select the price that best s iiiis you; all prices here, $10,
$12.50. $ 15, S 18, $20, $22.50, $25.
But you don't have to narrow down to blue in our stock, our assort
ment includes suits of every hue ; as many colors and styles as there are
fancies among men.
Our Hat Stocks are Matchless '
Here are to be found the newest and b?si* creations direct from the fac
tory of Jno. B. Stetson Co., Philadelphia. Stetson's^, most excellent
styles in soft and still hats $3.50 to O. E. Special at $3. Evans'
Special $2. .'".J." - rS
The 1914 Idea in Oxfords j
Hanan & Son's bench made oxfords, made for
the critical men who want the best, $5.So and
$6; Howard & Foster's, the leaders at the price,
$5 and $4; Snow's, the best oxfords at $3,50.
Send us your mail orders. '"Wo
prepay all charges when cash,
check or money order accoui
paiilcK order. Your money
huck if you want lt:
'The Store with a Conscience'
.1 1 iii: I.
Then she placed lier, mouth c-loae to
the cid lady's ear and shouted. One
could hardly hear what she said for
the storm of singning, the clapping of
hands, the stamping of feet on. the
rostrum, the moans and prnyera.
"Thc old lady said both drums had
been desrtoyed. "Praise tho Lord."
yelled Mrs. Etter in one car. "Prpisc
Hhn!" she yelled in the other rubbing
fiercely with her hands.
"The smile on the" old lady's face
was very wistful and she .looked up
with a pitiful light in her brown eyes.
Mrs. Etter and her man assistant
worked like Trojans, shouting and
rubbing with their hands.
"The old'lady clapped her hands af
ter a while and rose, a puzzled expres
sion on her face. She could hear, she
teid Mrs. Etter, but couldn't distin
guish the sounds. But she could hear
the shouts and the music."
o o o ooo o o o o o o
o SUNDAY srZZLKUS o
o o o o o o o booo o
(From the sayings of Hilly Sunday, the
The lord will say on the day of
judgment to the hypocrites, '*Stand
over on the left, there, the elevator
will be golnd down in a very few min
God will damn In the hottest way
any merchant that will make his
clerks lie to Bell a few dirty goods
from his shelves In order to put'the
money m the till. He will damn you,
whoever you are."
All your wealth cannot give yon as
surance of life. What you want ls.
future hope, not present possessions.
Away with the Idea that you have
to serve the devil to have a good
Think what you get when you give
np the devil. You got happiness and
heaven Instead of hell.
If, you are behind the hypocrite, you
are the smallest specimen of human
ity 1 have ever seen.
I can as soon think* of a revival in
hell as one in the UnlveTtity of i Chi
I'd rather walk to. beaven ovnr a
atOny road with bleeding feet than to
ride to hell with dirty money in my
Many a map ils a drunkard because
he didn't have grit enough to say "No"
the first.time ho waa offered a drink.
Some of you people don't.believe in
the devil. You aro big fools.
The most respectable stoner has the
biggest drag .with the devil.
I'd rather undertake to save ton
drunkards than one old financial Shy
lock- It would be easier.
A luncheon will be served to tho
public by the" Senior Philathcas cf
tho First Presbyterian Church on.
Thursday from IS ta.S o'clock, ls th<*
, vacant ?tore roora on E. Whitner Si.
'?Chicken salad..cold bolled ham, san-1
11 wtches. chees straws, tea. coffee and
I everything good-all for 25 cents. Ice,
'i cream and cake extra. Mpct ms
fife, 'WT11? lt
We have juit opened
up a (Shipment of
G ? p; 1> S
ate for the
You will iiilkid many
, tions in o^ijj store for *
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