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SIX AND TWENTY CORRESPONDENT THINKS BY SO DO.
INGA Gltfc?T MISTAKE WAS MADE-OTHER
I . Williamston, Oct. 12.-If the.
j 'farmers of thc South and West
i x had taken the advice of the far
mers unton and stuck to the
principles as taught by that or
. ganization what would the re
^Wilts b? today? They didn't
? ^grasp the opportunity when it
I presented itself and what is the
g: result? Because the other fellow.
? didn't stick, and because we
I ^idn't stick someone else didn't
g * and so it has gone on and on uh
I til thc union has dwindled down
I' * to a verv sm??ll number, and with
I ? out a doubt the ?few who have
I stood to the back are today ten
I times bctler off than those who
quit carly in the fight. .Those
who have been. guided ,by the
i teachings of thc union will scarce
? ? ly feel thc depression that has
now got thc entire country in its
fcrasp. Having failed to take
thc advice of others who had
our best interests at heart, and
to follow thc dictates of our own
conscience and lise' ''common
sense, who have wa got to blame
for our present condition but our
selves, lt is within ourselves thai
misery has fixed its seat. Our
disordered hearts and misplaced
desires are thc instruments of
trouble which wc .now. , endure.
There are those today who are liv
j jJng in case and plenty and know
PiOTwthing about the scenes o sor?
distress which are at this time
passing in aU parts of ; the world*
millions struggling for a poor
substitute to support the wife and
children whom they ..love, and
who look up to them with eager
eyes for the necessaries of life
which they can hardly procure.
How do we knOW 'but' that
ithe present troubles will turn out
|to be the greatest blessing . that
j we ha.ve ever rceiyed. We
cishould remember that by disap
pointaient?, and trials the violence
?of our passionsareTt?3i??'.^Vo'saj
jit not "be better for us to cease
:-. looking on with so much discon
tent? Let us adjust the bal?nce
of happiness fairly. When we.
think of . the enjoyments we
want, we should . think , also of
the trouble^ from which we ar?
^frec. if wc will aii?w a just J
value to the comforts Which we
now possess, wegwill find room for
a great deal jmore satisfaction.!:
feet 's remember and admire the
wisdom of Agurs petition, which
V/as "Removi? ironiXffic Vj?niiy.
and lieSi dive me neither poyei
nor riches. Feed me with food
fbnvenient fbr rtie.;"Jest I be fut?
ind deny thee, and say who is
[he Lord, or- lest I spe poor and
steal and take the hame pf my
lori in valnl** . ~.
Unless there is a great change
then ear. future;: the farmers mi
[his section will , not need ?an ac_t
i>f th%Iegislature to get thefn to
Curtail their cotton.crop-in 1915.
Most of them will use common
sense. More; Oats, have already
been sown than ^ver befpir?; and
pd are just ? beginning ?the 'good
morniug,. October 19 inst.
While. others are praising the
good, work of Mr. Banks while an
editor in Anderson lets some of
us give,.W.;W, Smoak a-boost for
trying to give us an up-to-date
and readable papen We have
noticed. ar decided change for the
better in The Intelligencer since
he has taken charge, of the pa
per as ditor. "While we do not
agree on all things political still
we have no ' fight to make with
him about that/' for hV-may be*
right and we may be wrong, or
we may be. right and he may be
wrong, Just, a difference of opin
ion is all and as far as our abili
ty goes we are going to give him I
.all the help that we -can;. ;Letfs
aii give our new editor all the as-,
sistanCa and_encouragement that
wc can. and thereby be benfitted
in more ways than one. ' We can I
differ in opinion and still be
friends and one true friend is j
worth more than enough politi
cians, stacked one on. top. of the
other to reach to the moon. While
the "Jolly Band" plays Dixie
(instead of that funeral march we
told.,them to learn last summer'
lets pass around and give him the
right hand of. Democratic, fellow
ship. - " ??
W. Q BARNETT.
SYNOD IS HOLDING INTER-1
Anderso& Ministers And Dele
gatesSre Pr?tent and Telling
i tent? Let US adjust the bal?nce Members of t??1 Presbyterian church
Of happiness fairly. When We m Andersen aro much Interes'ted lu
?v. . *r^L ^"V; tho Presbyterian Synod, for South
think of the enjoyments we caroiiruTwhich is Sow In session at
want, we should think also of Onion. Rev. pr. W, H. Foster, pastor
the troubler from which We are if tho First'-Presbyterian church bf
jfrec. if wc will aii?w a just!.-^flWwn, -Rev. D. Witherspoon
value to the oomforts^which we TEJggg????ar|
now possess, we-.wili find room for among tho local people In attendance
a great deal -more satisfaction, at. the rh?roh convention,
f?et's remember and admire the I. Tho Synod ?poned for its i02nd ses-,
wisdom of Agurs petition': which' '?^.J?v^.^
\tmf~ i< r?_! - _ ?_- - '-. "' Chsrch ii. .U?i?iin nn Tnnjulatr night
AOS ?v?.wii? ^VIIX. mc vanny add since:that timo the body has boon
and heSi Give me neither poyer- hard at work- ; '
k. ?? nor riches. Feed me With food '? .tho opening sermon was preached
.^?convenient for. ifte;-'Jest I be fut? ^ THO?-. A. Blackburn, D. p.;
"$nd deny thee^d say who jj ^*?7$^gSSs?&
the Lord, pr lest I spe poor and t?xt waa -Ehestens iris and his
ifteal and take the hame of my I theme, 'Th? iuctios? of tho Glory ot
jfcod in vn?nl" . M?i Xal^s-itSRcc in tho Saints." It
ll Unless there is a. great change m
In the nearfnture the farmers in: fflfiSj^S^^ a W
|his section will not need . an act After th^ermon, tho ron was poer?
. ?f th^ulegislature to get thepi to 'fected by tho staten' cictfk, tho Rov.
curtail their cotton crop- in i915. T- Hr t*w: #'.'.. pk), ot Spartanhurs,
Most of them wiU ^ common ^
been sown than , eyer peCore. ?ha terian College of South. Garoiina, was
?'e are just beginning the 'good nominatedv and .blectedj by'-'acclama-:
Iwork. ' ">;?'. ? v; ' .. .! . ->( ilon..: . .;-; .;:,?.?; : : . '
r? v ?1 ::-w t- ^hO 'EKv. 'H. . C*V-Hammond "and tho
? Mrs. Wni. ^Griffith was carried fS^?i^^^^?S^&?^
to the Anderso^Hpspit.aX^
.days ago for an operat?onV Her Dally'aesiBlons wero- ordered from
? many ifriends wish, her .a speedy 0:3o a: m^ to .i p/m./3 to s p. m-?nd
M??C?verv.- ' . .B i*, tn'., ^adjournment:
Eel t?t ?r?^? ^^m^^MM
rrnel is; ati present. very |ow with jr w. Querry. -thb Rev, jriqweii -Tay
?feyer, With little hpp?S^Of itS re- tor and tho R?cv. J. G. richards.' .r ; ..
??overy* . : t< - ..ih.x vi -^ - - ^?fPMj^aa:/t^
iL G. B. Cobb^':Mr.Mj?^n
J nui-M?iy ?wcrgT;rr?CT'ess";vis- '' ''?'?^4''*^"^f"^':f*ry."^^^ 1 -.n-- ' "
IAhtiersor??Swftfay, : : VERDICT FOR ?I???O,(WO, *
H.:?A;>1&Wte?*&*$te r.v : -,
irs^Iast^^r^y^^l^ R^A^s^^^ie S?
f. Link and family spent ?KSffiS?
_ --?i. P?Cfc??S ??m wife .spent tU^uasi' or ?emso-acounsel
J?^|l,^%S'y ru* /ht and Sunday with B a9ri^t ii i
*?H^lro$V and Wife^ at Frank- imma i^wiyH?itiie%??
faille. . ^ cash and gave botes for tho balance.
fed ret^/es near Se^verdam Sun- ^t?Wt^^^^^^?^ the
? day. V price Gould ?et n i .
M Prof. Meridith, bf Westmln?s- "" ' " . . ~ ,- ?: --v- .^v
Q We ^tre inform?dl? that - the y^ik A?l^^^^^' ti^\^*?:
- feercetown s?noc? ?vtir op^lts .AwW?|IS6^
\ Idoor? <pr,businesf ..pnti.Monday r^;;-;:-.'^ l7,v:'.1'.' ' ..
By A. W. Meredith Who Won
Subscription to Daily intelli
? In uiu contest tor tuc best essay on
"Patriotism in- Time of War Abroad
and. Peace at Homo," Mr. A- W^ Moro
dith", of Westminster, lt. F- D., won;
the year's subscription to the Daily
There were a great number of con
testants, and high credit is due Mr.
Meredith for winning in a contest of
this kind with ? so many contestants
competing. Herewith, wo publish the
In Time of War Abroad und Peace at
Home. i s
"Loyalty ls imbedded io tho American
character. Especially aro Americans
loyal to borne and one another, in
times of distress that our loyalty
to country shines forth. Our past
history is filled with many acts of
heroism demonstrating the kind of loy
alty that has carried us through cri
sis after crisis and placed us at the
top among nations.
At present the world ts probably
forcing tho greatest crisis tn Hs his
tory, brought on by tho great wnr
raging in Europe- Tbl? criais for the
time being affects us here in America
moro vitally than it does tho nations
Involved- We were totally unprepared
for lt. Our commerce with Europu
ls altnbost destroyed, because wo de
pended on.European ships'to'carry it.
Hence tbjis crisis demands* of tho
American people a loyalty bf a new
kind-a commercial loyalty. '
Now ls the timo for "sticking to
gcthor." Now ts tho timo to roctlfy
i ur mistakes. Now ls tho limo to
preparo for the opportunities , bound
In, the meantime our people must
live. Our schools must go on. Tho
great machinery of our government
must continuo to turn. Money?must
bb kept ic circulation..
The "Huy-p.xcoio o? Cette:;" sixgun
was originated primarily lo help tho
farmer. But Ute funner must nov get
tho Idea that'he's the only one who
needs h ul p. Tho uiercliar'.. und t> nu
rdy mun need lt Just as bully.
The farmer inuet make sacrifices to
pay his debts, that he may be uMo to
got supplies for next year- The bank
er, merchant and mill man must show
tho farmer that they will help bear
tho burden. It will bo hard for a
while, but the making of men requires
And it is written there's a'crown for
him that ovcrcomcth."_ j_
OF SOUTHERN R. R.
Elected at Annual Meeting of
Stockholders of Company
Rlchomnd, Va, Oct 13.-Dr. Edwin
A. Alderman, .president of tho Uni
versity of Virginia, and Dr- John C.
Kllgo, of Durham, N. C., bishop ot tho
MothodlBt Episcopal Church .South,
wera today elected directors ot the
Southorn Railway Company, at tho an
nual mooting of stockholders hore.
Other directora elected were John.
Kerr Branch, a banker of Rlchomnd;
Robert Jamison, of Birmingham,. Ala-,
and Charles Steele, of Now York. The
majorityof tho road's directors, lt was
announced, now are Southern men;
This is in fulfillment of a hopey?x??<~*
pressed by Fairfax Harrison, president
ot the road,' lu an address made in ...
Chattanooga last January.
"Today's mooting of tho stockhold?,'; .
ors," says s statement issued hy a
representativo of tho company, "w^'?, ,ti.
the first "t v:h?ch they ImVo hud ina V,.
opportunity to take directly a hand in^ j?
the management of Its nffnlrs ami tho
election of directors, tho voting lr,us?,.
which has boon in control since Um ' ...
organisation of tho con? puny in .IWfVii?4*.
now being in process of dissolution, tsfgj
"A largo number of stockholders at?f$sJ
tended the meeting lu person and
moro than DO per "ont of the total tanjrj*!
itulhuulon* was represented. 'J^9tif3.
meeting washpen to tho public." ':?
- m m
C. S. Steolc, of Columbia, was br illo M
city yesterday, a guest nt tho Chlquolu
hotel. ,~ IfS
We will sell best yard
wide 10c Bleaching
. 10 yds for
fa addition to the regular inducements to be found in
our magnificent "assortment and complete lines bf New
Fall Merchandise, w? offer for this week carefully
selected Bargains in Colton Goods at most extra-ordin
ary prices/ Ptease not? carefully that most of these cut
prices on special lots are for
A^dersants Cotton Week Only
Oct 12lh to 17|h
BUY CO^TJ^ GOODS AND HELP THE SOUTH
We will sell yard wide
Plain White Long
Cloth 12 l-2c value "
12 yards for
SHEET* Pjttxow CA?ES AND BED ^?^^?de Products in this Cotton BLANKETS AND COMFORTS. jg
'SPREADS.; ??M$' . ' ? ' "i .- - V' .>?'. '
. Sale Why.not buy Blankets now, while the saving S
Large size Pillow Cases, nicely hemmed, during . -. . ^ _ h worth while. We have 500 pairs to sell. 1
tins week v v See Window Display , ? " _ * * ? .,,L vHB
, r , Then, too, if you buy now you will be prepared .gggg
- .j ? I ?fe ' 'B^gos>&ills.-Jsek:.'Xiii;Cloibl, made especially for ChU- for &e ^^fciuy?ta^j^-'-: -IS
- . drcn's wear; is a strongly woven.fabric and will stand the '-S
f^ffiS?-^?^^ (Ml cllli<ir?"; This is *Pfthe most s**fP whi,e-Grey ?* T?n Co,t0,i Bl?nke,s'B0OCl iii
during ?iis week .' '???% wash fabrics in thc UK S. A. and.is guaranteed fast colors. A . size; our regular put* $1.00; during this
? 38c splendid ?^s?ftm^ week for
.." _21--- > 12ic Yard . . 79c Pair ? Ss.
?41.75-and $2,00 Crochet Bed Spreads, well . ^ .. \. .,-..?. x_ .-'SB.
woven, some have- slight imperfections; 1 .Other wonderful values in blankets;.up to $2.9&Sk|
during this week. ' .-"--w-s lirogon Milis .'Outings--very heavy, well napped outing flan- --;-;-'----?-.-M-~--^f?^
;' 98c ~ * .nels for .wear and service; jt^cannoi be equaled: we carry nt nil Large size Comforters, designed for-Winter.-; fnpsnj
times, a good line of'fancy and staple patterns;, our price Comfort ? "'??^
W? ?ff? ? cuan????n ilse r.f ?ha above items ?A VT .'. - a ' AA . A? JA SSSS3
' .t 0? ?oj bw P^ -, 10c Yard ^_98c to $1.48 Jg
I Grey mixed Socks and Stockings Men's and Ladies' Fine Muslin Hand- Women's heavy-fleece lined black toe Stickerei Braid,absolutely.'"fast;;.?||j
I *. . .'. kerchiefs, best 5 c values: during f ".-'Stockings; our ..regular -15c sellers;- S' ' ; ' ' ^^^P
j during this week, per pair ..../xv this weekVeach ?Cl-. . . . . ?#3? during this week, per pair . .lie colors; during.this week far...5c
Three Important Values ia High Gnade.
keag fast dyed
Apron . Ginsham,
ail , coV>riB,. ;aU.
5?o ivu?cks;' ? our
..'s'i*3c yd; during
this week ,.?c ^
fast colors fancy
dross . .GlOBfetuns
10c qt?aHty? dur
ing thUV, wpok
fast colors fancy
A beauti ful assort
man t;.'in; checks
and plaid*, 12; t-jfco
values, daring this
Three Money-Savers I? Cotton Towels .
Good quality, CK- Bleached Turkish Bleached. puro
?tra, heavy hutt Towels, . eic tr a whlto' Tnrklsh
? towels with nie* Bjs?i'<our regular *.? Towels, very
?/s? botC^ eist W^rs^ur-* ou;
regular 26c val
18x30, during thia lng "tots' week, uoa; during this
week...8c each! each ........ .tlc week ....... .19c
Unusual - Low
Bleached and un
flannel of , good
l?o yaid; during
tuts week, per yd>
Prices on Good j- Canton
BxtVa . heavy
bleached and un
bleached ,-. canton
this week, per yd.
Bx t r a Quality
v 0 r y heavy
bleached and un
flannel, v o r y
Vorth 15c; during
ma we?k 12 1-2c
SPEC1LM. VALUES FOR YOU. AT Sc A YARD.
Outings,-Cotton Checfes, 3&raw Ticking,^ Bleaching, Sheeting, Prints,
"Me^s extra heavy Blue Samson . Boys' Cotton ; mixed; Bloomer and,
Overalls; our Sandow Brand j ^est \ ^^^^?iw p&??f i- ?arW col
giV?? value; during, this^ weeV, .--"^
per paif'i.:,... .v.... ...85c ors; during; this wcelc; per pair 25c ..
.HOSIERY AUD UNDERWEAR FOR MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN.
Buy now at our low prices and save jenoney. Yod get-better values here every
ftjfto and you Itnow it. ; ,
Cotton Sweaters fpr . boys and girls ; 1
/y our regular Soc] values durinig? ibisk^
week for.i.,..... .43c
Coats ?pooi Cotton; during this1
wc.;k only; 5 spook for .... .19c.
Inllli^ advOTt?s?TOeS barg??nii. ^ way will be
j >j '