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THE ANDERSON INTEtU6ENGEfl
Founded August 14, 1H60
.V 1M North Bala Binti
ANDERSON, 8. C.
WILLIAM BANKS - - Sdltor
W. W H MOAH - FuBlneBi Manager
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jflpShlngton. May 12.-Forcease:
4K\uth Carolina.-Partly cloudy ?nd
cooler Thursday; Friday fair.
Mkya Mr. Wilson to Mr. Hearst, say
Mr^"81ioo, fly don't bother me."
tired. Well, the country ls too.
William R. Hearst and the Sbrincrs
Kare been In Atlanta thin week.
?M?V _ -o-.
nnother tiling, ihe Columbia Kecord
must be carrying its yellow notes out
side of Ita stocking.
To Marry Lauderlse it, Mr. Bryan
le t>o food of peace that be ia nego
tiating a treaty with Bogota.
When Anderaon gets her White Way ,
tins should spruce up a blt generally ,
fcr&everybody will be looking.
Voo. old daddy doesn't '?et any spec- 1
lal day; bht*he may ^llt the kindling '
?od build th* fire? on cold mornings:
4 tireen vii lo men are reported to have
fought because they couldn't agree
whiOh waH the worst, Colorado , or
Mexico, j i
?The esteemed 8umter Herald hears
there ore, 14 candidates for? governor
eb!p already and the rslurna ?ri? not
all irt nt that.
M?vh.. if th? South Ami r!."r.r.; fr.'.!
to prize Huerta loose. Jack Johnson
may be prevailed on to hit him with
President Wilson should get an
O?uer man-or we should get a base
ball 'dab.' To luann- rain when the
team.ia ut home.
?" There ' Is "no danger of Secretary
Bryan leaving the cabinet now-the
esteemed Augusta Chronicle baa told
him to- stay on thu job..
We may have duo us many more
grievances than we have, but never
expect to go on n hunger strike, lt the
neighbors stay friendly.
Scientists have discovered thst the
goober ls really worth while, outside
of feeding lt to a number of our es
teemed Carolina politicians.
Wa wouldn't mind, soldiering in
Mexico, If they would first kill off all
tne ti eas, tarantulas, snakes, ticks,
cactus, and mescal plants and-Mexi
cans! ?-at t i / j
_ somewhat amazed to read '
?llments ot Savoyard's "great '
ira", end not find the name ot
Avffi?rw "he A bon Ben Adham,
?leadtnkV! the rest."
"?sdsrs?fn will dlaUinee al! hands'
nays tho Augusta Chronicle, speaking!
ot its candidate tor office, ir il hud
beett speaking of "My Town" we would
say it was dead right.
- When the bull nuos? chief gets his !
typewriter battery In o?tloa In the 1
next week or so, some popular 8outh
American landmarks will be shot In
to the middle of next year.
?.Anderson will distance all hands"
'-says the Augusta Chronicle, apeak
lag ot lc* candidate for office. It it
had basa speaking of "My Town" we
vrould cay it was dead right.
TYPHOID PKBVKNWOJf. ,
The world lg Kelling wiser and bot
ter every day. First waa the discov
ery of vaccination to prevent small
pOX and since Jenner's discovery a
serum as a preventive ugainst disease
has he#?n found for almost everything
except tuberculosis and cancer. We
understand that even rheumatism re
sponds to a certain Inoculation. The
trouble ls that people when well intv
er 'think of v. hal may happen.
Hundreds, perhaps thousands of
lives in the raited States army have
been spared becuuso of the discovery
of a serum to prevent typhoid. Many
civilians ar? using lt. This ls the
time of year to prepare against ty
phoid, for the summer rains will Stir
up (be dormant genus.
A new untMyphold serum Is on
uounced by Staff Surgeon Forses of
Die German army. He has been ex
perimenting with a view to lessening
Hie side effects of inoculation. His
new serum is comparatively free from
ulbumen und he believes lt a decided
Improvement over existing serums.
Tlie report from Washington, show
ing only two casen of typhoid fever
muong 80,000 officers and men, com
pared with 2G0 to 350 cases annually
before compulsory inoculation was in
troduced, hus attracted the utteution
ur Surgepn-Oenerul von Sehjernlpg.
chief of tim army sanitary corpa and
lils subordinates. They are quite
ready, to he convinced that .the. serum
may be an almost certain method of
Immunization against typhoid, but pre
fer; to Jte?p the treatment In reserve
and use lt only in case of a serious
outnrst or typhoid in wartime.
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WHERE 1H LRTA CFT.N HIS. i
Finances do not seem to be a matter
at care or worry, ('arrunza has hlB
uva mint, NIH! Huerta ha*, thc heavy
toll from licensed gambling dens.
Gambling houses bave been having
tiigh jinks in Mexico City this winter.
M one house a Yucantanean recently
lost 5,000 pesos In ten minutes,
yawned and bought another stack of
hundred peso chips. A certain gov
frnment employe's loeseB on the same
wheel are reported to have been 60,000
pesos In three nights. In the clear
ing the gambling hog.se took both the
man's house and .bis, furniture.
The gambling institutions axe under
the protection ot the government,
which hos granted to one concern the.
exclusive right to the gambling prlvtl
rnr^S.aa he caa. out ot sub-contracts
>?nd tinder stich arrangement acores
u~. nouses .have been fitted up in a
THE SPORT Op PLUTOCRATS.
Some idea ot the amount of money]
involved in the defense ot the Ameri
ca's Cup In the coming international j
yacht regatta off Sandy Hook in Sep-|
teamer may be gained from the asser
tion recently mad* by en authority
who stated that twenty-two Ameri
can yachtsmen will spend more than
half a million dollars this summer in
defending the trophy. In addition to
the expense of preparing for the trial
raes it will cost $10,000 or $15,000
more to bring the defender through
the cup rac?s.
Alexander Smith Cochran of New
York will be under the heaviest out
lay since a? ?ni? n?n?r !! ~i?l TC
(luire" close to $200,000 to pay for the]
building, fliting out and sailing the
Vanltie, now rapidly nearing comple
tion nt Neponset.
FACTORS IN FARMING.
1. Low real estate prices. ?
2. Farm products ot classes defi
cient in supply.
3. Magnitude ot the farm business,
measured either by land farmed or
amount of labor required.
4. High quality in products. .
5. Reputation of the producer; apr
niles especially to the production of
. 6. Advantageous marketing.
7. Productiveness of animals kept.
8. Largest yield with relatively lit
tle labor and fertiliser.
9. Low cost of production. (In
volves good farm orgauizatlon.)
10. Stability of profit, dependa on
the staple character of the products.
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IN THE WAR
Smashing windows and destroy.!
world rich or happy.
'TT***** - EDWIRV I
Enlist far Life, Fas* the Word J
iP? *4Hsis-Mh(alas* a Scrap bool
J?P.KB VN. JIKALTH.
Occasionally wc hear some ?ne de
clalming largely1 that what this coun
try needs ls not a prohibition law,
hut on?- which will eliminate the man
ufacture and sale of ardent liquors
and permit the general use in a n
Bpectable manner of beer and light
Wines. The healthfulness and sturdi
ness of the German people is cited as
un example that beer is not harmful,
but is mildly exhilirallnK and gives|
one a contented und comfortable feel?
|?g. r I y
On the other bund,'physicians stat?;
that the Bteady beer drinker is not a
mun of health, no matter what his
appearance might be. lt is alleged
that lie ls susceptible to disease and
e ready prey to mich maladies as
pneumonia while men of spare frame
wlu> are teetotalers can more easily!
throw-off any disease. Whether that]
point hus ever been Heit led we do not
know, but there has recently come]
from an uuthorututive source a state
ment thut Germany ls beginning to]
recognize that beer drinking is a rae
nance to health und to phvslcul de
velopment. This may ht ?served
from the following dispatch L.. n Ber
"To the development of atheltlc
sports in Germany is truced in large
measure thc grout reduction in beer
"Thousands of young men In and
dut of the army who are training for
Hie Olympic games to be held here In
I!Mwith the hopes of eclipsing
Am?ricain' prestige- in the - classic
contests, have found that the first de
mand, of their physical Instructors is
less beer drinking, and athletic en
thusiasm ls such that the Instruction!!
ure followed. Many have given up
.liter drinking .altogether."
MAY PRINT THEM LATER
Some time nco this paper announced
that it would print the names of the
perrons who signed the petitions for
the dispensary to be reopened In this
county. We did this with the In
tention of apprising the people j
Wh?Ktt munt-.", m i|-iii li it VO ?m?it ii??d
improperly and also to let persons I
know the status aa to citizenship
of those whose names were written
on the petitions.
Supervisor King takes a very prop
er position ?bout the matter. He? I
does not- wish to give out the names j
unless the Issue should come to an
election, and then he will permit the j
widest and fullest publicity. But un
less there ls, a ruling from the at?
^riay^gene?ral's office or from the
the courts to the- effect that under
the statue un election can" be''brief
ed here, all other* things being equal
he thinks it better tnot to |mpk? the
lists public. We will not insist upon
thc proposition, although we believe
that the lists are public records and
we could get to copy them by due
procesa of. law, but we do not care
to print.them anyway it the petition
ers are going to lose out aa it ap
pears they that they ure.
'However, we will state this gen-1
eral proposition-People are too]
ready to sign any old kind cf peti
tion shoved at them, just to avoid
Increase of Bi verco Scandal.
..Prom the Philadelphia Ledger.)
The suddennes of the remarriage of J
Gorge Cornwallis-West to Mrs. Patrick
Campbell, two hours after the divorce j
decree obtained by bis former wife
became absolute, Ja typical of the
celerity with which marriages thought
to have been made in h?av*n ?r? un
made upon earth In these days of ]
"feminism" rampant, or mi'. i-nt suf
fragist^ of home neglect and maternal
indlfrerence of soulmates and trial
marriages and other symptoms of un
curbed and hectic social restlessness.
The travail of civilization through all
the centuries at times seems to have
resulted in a more selfish assertion ot I
individual license than ever; it is for- i
t?nate that most persons, kept at work
to earn their doily bread, have no leis
ure t'*T such divagations, urm no pa
tience with those whose life Is that ot
the "corrupt and luxurious Idler" con.
templating fresh contraventions of the
A. C. L. TRESTLE BURNS
WavcroKs. May 13.-For ihe iirst i
time in 26 years, when nearly two
scorq passentfars were killed in a
pasen ger train wreck, the long tres
tle over Hurricane creek today ls giv
ing thc Atlantic Coast Line, more trou
ble. Fire of unknown origin destroy
ed a large portion of the trestle on
Sunday. Workmen are how rebuilding
the structure. Trafile will be hindered
for 40 horns. ,
ng machinery wHi not make the
Ueag-Miss Tea Today? Oat ya?
k ot these hot shots)
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(From Farm and Factory.)
Superintendent of Kducation Swear.
??.n s address at tlte closing exercises
of tho Fair Flay school Friday night
was pleasing indeed tn thc people of
that community. Mr. Swearingen re
viewed the wonderful progress made
in the paBt two years hy the school
and congratulated the patrons on the
excellent work! accomplished. South
Carolina stands, ready to heip^any of
the schools whfcjh shows that'll is wil.
HF?!' to h*?lp itself. Fair Play recently
erected a new building. Tho upper
door is to ho ufeed as an auditorium.
Superintendent Swearingen told the
people that if they would raise us
much as $75 bia office would furnish
the rest of tin Ands sulficicnt to equip
.the auditor! ito with opera chairs.
The money Ivas -Immediately raised;
and the chairs will ?be installed before
the next session opens. Mr. Sw.cur
in*;en also told tho people that the
State would paint their raw building
inside and furnish suitably decorations
for the walls, including many nice
pictures. Superintend-nt Swearingen
received a hearty welcome from the
people of Fair Play.
Home grown strawberries an*, now
ripe and growers near Seneca' are (Ind.
lng a ready market. Mr. ft. M. Da
vis of Richland sold eleven gallons in
town last Friday. Mrs. Davis has a
large strawberry garden. Other
growers are sending loads to town
right now. It la said that the crop
has been cut off half on account of the
i drought which hps prevailed in this
section for the past several weeks. -
! Prof. C. C. Ryder Is In Seneca for
several days at the Callas house. Mr.
and Mrs. Ryder twill leave Thursday
for their home In Virginia. Prof. Ry
der ls'not certain thut he will return
j to the Fair Play school next year.
Ile said today that he and Mrs. Ry
der would probably teach in.Oconee
next session but as yet he*bad ''not
accepted any of the positions offered
hin. by seeveral school heards. It Is
understood that an effort is being
made by some of the patrons to'bring
Prof. Ryder to Seneca Tor tue next
year. The matter has not been taken
j up with the trustees yet, but it ls said
that it will he carried before tbe board
soon after thc trustees election which
ls toe be held on next Saturday.
Miss Norman, daughter of the man
ager of the Coonee Inn, ls at present
In Walhalla, amere she ls nursing. Mr.
O. A. Norman and his daughter. Miss
Norman-is a trained nurse, having re
cently graduated from an institution
at Charleston.'?-' '
?00 o o o o o o a o
o BRITAIN'S WRONGS o
0 ooo 00000000
1 which ar tnt n?rtti In mil, nftf tintlr i? a
result nf the shooting of William &
Benton in Mexico, not only Is not nov
el, but even almost unimpor
pared to the evjntaof A ?t
three years SeAr#th| JtitfR-ftovc
ments joined Frhoce. and Spain ' in tfte
Intervention which led to the Besting
ot Maximilian of Austria upon Mex
ican throne, ha?been brought forward
in part as fqllfiwad? *, t
Dr. DuvaL, af British subject; frbp
was arrested;, tn Afprll 1859r:by the
' Clerical Generei Marques while at
tending the wounded - -jnftristiiz. -?fter
their defeat atTieubayi., was shot
without trial. ?
A British subject named fl. L. Innes
was hunted through the mountains
about Oaxaca with u price uu bia hoad.
British vice consul Bodmer was shot
dead on his own balcony while trying
to save a Mexican.
There were several other murders
of British subjects of humbler posi
A Mr. Burnard's factory waa twice
plundered and he was tseverely wound
ed by tbs rouuinra, HU thai ne lost an
arm; his wife went ? mad from the
Financially, too. British subject's
suffered greatly through these three
years. Claim? submitted by British
subjects to their l?gation up to April
2S, 1881, amounted to $18.000,000 fof
such outrages as "forced supplies,"
"stoppage of factory", "plunder, death
and mutilation,** Imprisonment aad
sentence of death" and stmple plun
In Nov?mbe|^?p,"ihe Clerical Gen
eral seised $m,000 In silver which
bad - been dupsstted u* "Ibu --British
legation aa the property of bondhold
ers and a few'months later a Juarist
general seized a convoy of some hun
dreds ot thousands of dollars' worth
of silver bullion belonging to British
subjects and on Ita way io the coast.
The Juarist government also suspend
ed payment of the .'interest on- Its
foreign loan, which was. then mainly
held in Kngland.
? .... ! ? lill <>'
ROCK HIM. JOINS
Mayor and Two Coaarlrmen Will Sc
l*rt *a> r* Rda -CttvV
Rock Hill. May IS.-With WO out
of about 425 registered voter? ?voting,
Rock.Hill, adopted the commission*
manager plan of municipal . govern
Tbe vote waa as follows: For com
mission anvarnmentri?*., ..Agalast
commlsion government, 53. For the
commission with manager, 158.
Against commission with manager. 59.
The comraissloof-manager ptan> of
municipal government adopted her?
is practically the Sumter plan under
which plan tho city ot Sumter fa now
being govo rued. The plan aa adopt
ed here provides for the election, at
the time of the next regular city elec
tion In January, 1915, of three com
mlstsoners. The commisioners shall
select by lot one of their number who
will be officially known aa mayor of
THERE'S one thing nice about money--?
ypur money; _
you can spend it where you please B^Hgr^H KflHHHI
for any kind of merchandise you ? LIJETHM
please. So far as we are concerned BB^ffiTH|
with it ol);ect,is to ma Vee ^^^Jg^^^^JHH
cravat; t>r ^Tiyth'n? else we sell, Hj?fM^S^^^
ihe arno;ii-t you pay here isn't as IMV^MB TTO^
important to us as the value we ^5!M?l^A
If you care to know what a policy ' ^ ?
of that kind produces in real value, ly's f\ ^gi ?\ /g
come and see our suits. Start at Vf vf??.&3 y**
any price you like the sound of, Ci| j ; ?. / ?
$10. $12.50. $15. $18. $20. . H \\\ t? ? /'?\ \
$22.50. $25. and study the result fi \ ?^^T^^^
for value. We know what we'vo ^ .?.JEffl^K^ j
done in that line and we'll leave it s ? i
to your judgment. WXWV^'AW?
Here exclusively; you'll f?n?l Stein-Bloch Smart Clothes,
$18. $20. $22,50: $25. and s?ch Quality at $15. as character
izes our EVANS FIFTEEN.
Special attractions in oxfords. Snow oxfords, almost un
ff|| re?sona^Jy:afee>p, $3.5Q; Howardind Fosters $4. aridjj $5;
Hanans, $5.50 and $6.00. .
Straw .Hats that ar? the latest "craze."
Split straws, $i.5o..$2. $2.50.' $3;. Mackinaws, $2. $3.
Sennits, $1.50, $2. $2.50. \$3. Bangkoks, $5.
Panamas, $5. to;$7;5o.
^3JV??SP*^ Order by par eels post. We prepay ?ii citarse?. .
" The Store with a Conscience" '?;..
. lilli-"! .rn Vi'.j ii i I** ' ' ^***T* ? >*??."'<? ??- ' ' ???.. ' - > - -V '
will draw lota for the one ead* two
year terms; and "tfeermfter one com
mif stoner will be slewed every year
Tbs; commissioners' will e*ef*hm
powers op a coancll; ^but willi employ
a manager, 'at-such salary-fts .' thoy
may deem proper to give all hts time,
to the management of the citya.busi
ness. ?-t^^?StU ?
Te .mayor will be ! patt $300 per
year, and the cdm.mfcston?rB $200?e EMM .
They will not be rfeq'uired to give all"'
their t!*ne to the city's service, bat the
manager will be employed for his en
It is believed here that, the adop
tion of the commission-manager plan
marks a long step forward for pro
gressive Hock Iii?. vvhiic the cuy
has certainly been as well governed as
the average municipality under the
old plan, it is believed the adoption
of a thoroughly businesslike system
will secure far better results than
have been obtained under the plan
now in force.
A RELIC OP THE PAST
One of First Cotton Dresses I? ported
Ware Shoals, May 13.- J. A. Hill,
who rires - between"' Warr ?moaiH -ami "
Hodges, in going through a trunk be
longing to bia wife, who "died recent
ly, unearthed, o* i OUR nutp-?cgB >of old
articles, including Confederate money,
an old cotton dress, which ls enough
of a cariosity to deserve. ^-mention.
This dress ts said tb-be''one'-of the
first cotton dresses Imported into this
State" altW lM%J\?liMl'Vl Uff?HWf1 Ot"
Secession, and waa purchased by Mrs.
HUI in 1866 in the town of Cokes
bury. The dress ls made (rom a cot
tor cloth, printed with small' pin
checks and a small figure in red. Tho
cloth ls in excellent condition, and i
the printing appears to have faded
none at all. Before her marriage Mrs.
Hill was Miss Mary Golden.
Among Mrs. Hill's effects waa $40
in Confederate bills, pyinted by a
Charleston ftrm which la int exist
BALL FLAYERS SALARIES
. Cincinnati, May 13.-Tba: appeal ot
the Chicago Federal ieagn* elah from
the Klinter decision of UP*?* States
Judge Sessions at .Grand Rapids was
filed here today In the United Stats*
circuit court ot appeals, >? ut t-^
? The petition seta forth that' KRHfer
signed a contract to play a* cates**,
for the Federal ileane* and was td
.ffcoslve, PS,?a?i? - p?j year for Usa
years 1014,1915, and 1916, or Ute total
of $17^00. Wl\en he refused to play
with the Federkjs, snit to enjoin htm
from playing with another baseball an
Injunction. Breach of contract la al
Th? petition asks that a temporary
Injunction be Issued to prevent KS1 li
fer from playing with the Philadelphia
National league team and that this ia.
junction be mad? perpetual.
un*wa+mrayi.? ??? -tim******** *?.
The People have got
We want. We will give
More Goods and Better Goods
than any one else.
1/Vttti Everything for Everybody.