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1HE ANDERSON INTELLIGENCER
lav U? North Main Street
f? ANDERSON, S. 0*
WILLI?X BANKS, - ~~ Editor
W. W, 8M0AH, Busines? Manager
.JCataretf According to Act of Con
gress a* Second Clans Mall Matter at
tie Postoffice at AnCerson, S. C*
Il I '
Published Every Morning Except
Semi-Weekly Edition on Tuesday and
Daily Edition?$5.00 per annum;
?? for Six Months; 9L25 for Three
Sewi-Weekly Edition ? $1.60 per
Annum; 7ft cents for Six Months; 60
coats for Four Months.
Member of the Associated Press and
Receiving Complete Dally Telegraphic
-A larger Circulation Than Any Oth
er Newspaper in This Congressional
minii, .H,, -l ' _
The Intelligencer la delivered by
carriers in the city. If you fail to
get your paper regularly plcaso notify
ne. Opposite your name on label
of your paper Is printed date to which
wtmt paper ie pai&nWa4k checks and
drafts should he drawn to The An
dnraea Intelligence*^ j
' ? Washington, Fdb\ 41?For?east for
South Carolina: Cloudy and colder
Thursday, with rain in extreme west
portion; Friday rain.
So many gods, ao many creeds,
So many ways thst wind and wind;
While Just the art of being kind
la all the end world needs.
?Ella Wheeler Wllcox.
Hating by any other name Is Juat
the horseplay of cowards.
A young man has to settle down
before he can rise.
* Cue ea? find fault without airain*
lag his eyes to discovar it
The Mona Lisa smile now sold with
every bunch of tango iossons.
Anderson is My Town, even If the
hotels are too small for the town.
The mileage bill appears to ' have
been railroaded through the house. .
Rtfnr have **** automobile run ever
your foot? Don't try it Not a bit
" Secretary Wilson seems to trust the
tru?i> to return their trust to the gov
?t^The concealed wtapon law in Mex
ico huH h?vu repealed by President
Who arc the beat listeners? Mar
ried men. Why? Well, no married
man would ask why.
Tie that entortalneth a stranger un
awares sometimes finds that his guest
was a sheriff/'.-it* tTfK&C*. !
The popularity of thb'wgfoUnd hog
is.assured if ho is responsible for
these beautiful days.
There is tjuito a novelty in New 1
v^sk?e restaurant that serves eats?
no muaic, no cabaret.
Bulgaria is In a terriblb' pilghV be-,
cense of her greed. The whole world
now must help her starving peasants.
Orville Wright's attempt to make a]
foolproof flying machine shows that
the fool killer yet has work to do.
'Anderson county real estate trans
actions during January eclipsed alii
previous records In extent and for)
*Let him ?ho is without sin cast
the Irat stone" has been distorted to
cover up mof4:crookedness than any
thing else in the Bible.
'.the first fruit a of Henry Ford's plan I
in dlrMa hU nmfltii with ?mntftVe? i
has been f?r fi. of them to get mar-|
rled. Hoar tibat Archie?
Some Democrats are trying, to
knock Mr. jHammer of North Caro
lina'out of a federal Job. Anvil cho
"bncle Tommife" Barle says he has
a fine new Studobaker that he would
not swap for any other auto or any
Ford, that ho ever saw.
calth of the United States isj
ssJ? to be greater than that of Great I
I, iteiond ?o? France combtnod
But there is some poverty here also.
No us* for scare crows any longer.
The whole bird and animal ( kingdom
n frightened any mt.e if they
for the prevailing styles of
ANDERSON AND THE SOUTHERN.
When it wall announced that President Fairfax Harrison would
come to Andersen some business men, appreciating the need of better
train service west of Anderson, thought it would be a good idea to get
up petitions asktag the president of (he Southern road to give earnest
consideration to the opening of the line from Walhalla to Clayton,'
Ga., and thence by sundn connections to Knoxville
As a step in this direction, to show to the railway company!
that even its local business might be benefited, without track exten
sion, it was decided to ask that the gas-electric coach, which now
operates at a loss between Anderson and Greenville, be switched to
the line west of here, taking in Westminster and Walhalla.
The gas-clectrrc car is said to be anything but a financial success.
The railroad people admit this themselves. It could not be any more
of n dead loss when operated between Walhalla and Anderson. This
proposed plan ?f'getting petitions was not by any means to go over
the head of Capt. John R, Anderson, but to work in connection with
him, to back him up in anything that lie might ask for the road.
Capt. Anderson loves the Bitte Ridge road more than any other
human being, and is more ambitious for its extension; he loves An
derson; his personal interests all are here. Hut h has h 1 such a
long, hard fight to get the road where it is that the public ...oulJ not
hesitate to back him up and to encourage him in anything that the
road will do for the development of trade and the improvement of
Heretofore we have pointed out that the Blue Ridge is not oper
ated, as to schedules and connections, in a way that is quite to the
advantage of Anderson. The "Anderson coach" that stands in the
Union station in;Columhia attached; to tJ?e Columbia and Greenville
tvain has got to be a State-wide joke, and discredits this city.
When the roar) from Coluhibm was first projected it was stipu
lated in the charter* that Anderson, was to have as many "trains a
day out of Columbia as Greenville, and we would like to, [inquire
if this conslder.Hlonf has been shown Anderson by the Southern Rail
way? Any one who thinks so has but to run over to Bettjon and
see the trains gb by on their way to Greenville?nice, clean, electri
cally lighted, steel frame coaches, and Pullmans once a day.
And yct-vfc have heard that under Cant. John R. Anderson's
superb management the Blue Ridge has been relatively the best pay
ing piece of property of the Southern Railway.
We are not knocking the Southern Railway. This great organi
zation has done wonders for the South, but onlv where the demand
has been made- Those people in Spartanburg have had a union stn
know that ?he p??fle here are dissatisfied with train conditions and
with poor accommodations unless a protest or appeal of some kind
Is registered / ^|
We see n?|hj?m injGhe peopleJif^Denver and Sandy Springs and
Pc??u?cto?? and Auiun' ?tnu ClciriSon College and Seneca petitioning for
a better train service. The Southern Railway will make adequate in
vestigation b^fnra anything is done.
"There is no feasbn for any strained relations between the people
of Anderson and*he Southern Railway. The city of Anderson, as a
commercial whole, should appreciate the efforts of the Southern
and the Blue Ridge to build a handsome union station here, and should
rgive tr*>Stuthem a lot of freight* and we believe thatif the S??t?lS?i
Mm shov4^!>!^Ai2l%e:p^lcy toward Anderson.lt will never h*ve
to make a cry, of discrimination. The Southern is a great railway
systcfuVSfid Anderson needs it, and the Southern should hoid out the
helping h??irj to Anderson, a city that has lifted ttself by pulling at its
own boot-straps. -
Clemson College is within the natural territory of .Anderson,
and yet much of the trade and nearly all of the travel of that com
munity goes 1o Greenville, 15 miles further, because of better train
service. If there were a spur track from Clemson to the Blue Ridge,
'we believe thafcthe trade of Anderson would be appreciated by near-y
a yuarier of a million dollars a year.
Again to the main proposition. The petition to be circulated in
the towns west of Anderson is for the Southern Railway to investigate
and see if it would not pay the enmnany better and serve a larger
number of people and relieve conditions to a greater degree to have
the shuttle trains now operated between Greenwood ana Greenville,
or the gas-electric, switched over from that part of the line which has
so many trainssto the western end of the Blue Ridge.
THE NEED OF HOTELS IN ANDERSON.
There were 'somrr io or IS persons who'had to sit up all night
in hotel lobbies in Anderson last night because there was no place
for ttiem to lodge. Trie night before the Sheriff rof Elbert County,
Georgia, arrived in the city after dark. These, are conditions which
are unknown to the people of Anderson. And yet we learn that this
kind of situation occasions no surprise among those who are ac
quainted withthe facts. The patrolmen on d>ty at night frequently
have to find room for the late comer who iinds all the hotels crowded.
Tuesday;night the Sheriff of Elbert County, Georgia, came In
here with a deputy,,and, even.the boarding houses known to the police
0*y;CC__ mied to ?. crowed condition. A well meaning citizen
I tViedTto finda Voom. at the Y. Ni. Ci A., and finally took the Georgia
Sheriff to his own Home Tather than'let him go back home with an
account of the apparent Inhospitable conditions in Anderson. '
There are the conditions, men of Anderson. The hotels that
are here today are absolutely inadequate to take care of the transient
business We are to have'a theatre, which multiplies the business
of a hotel.- And .we all look forward with longing, and with, ex
pectancy to th/lray when Anderson will have railroad extension.
I Notwithstanding what some croakers say, the logic of the situation is
I that if Anderson goes after it right she will get the railroad extension
firt the next year or two. . .....
We must ?egin to provide hotel accommodations in anticipation
of *hp^ffjfessional hotel men, observing the unmistakable 4 trend of
events, hrfve put their prices too high, when consulting with reference
to going Mossiness here on a stock company plan, ^^yktjrow
that something MUST be done. It appears to us that the thing to
be done is for.ihe business men of Anderson'to w^rk out this pl*Ncm1
If or themselves.*1* .
Otherwise the town will sutler, as it nas sunerea aireaay oy not
having hotels Sufficient to accommodate the public.
N [$a, SEND US NAMES OF VETERANS.
In "iew of the fact that the- State reunion of Confederate vet
erans is to be heldlh Anderson this year, we f?el that: there should be
a more widespread organization of the veterans of the county. . The
camp In this city is.alive and active, but th*rej;hould be camps in
leverv part ofjh? county, and the Sons of Veterans also should, get
towsy to assistthe oftf soldiers In every way.
In order to assist in preserving the military history of this
countv The Daily Intelligencer will be pleased to receive the names
rof alfof the ol?so?diers in the county, as well as old company rolls,
I*etc We call upon our correspondents to assist us m this work.
' Learn th- name of every old soldier, the name of his regiment and
the number of his company. In fact, we would like to have every
old solSer inthecounty who may think that he will be overlooked to
*?nA We wlsMhey would write us scraps of history, describing deeds
of heroism or tales of gallantry and of suffering of Anderson county
men* w?. v*?. - - ? r
is Tin:hi: a tillOUNIMOtil
THKBE vim: *
A lleply lo The New York Sun *
There are no mo people that arc
itnholleyeing aar lo think that thon- j
is no KUchthfng B? a groundhog*. ThU j
it liying lit the face of tradition,'imp- j
crstltioo and Webster's Dictionary not j
to mention Will Shakespeare who
wrote "How MUch Wood Would a|
Wooden tick chuck." etc., For the J
woodchuck and the groundhog, be it
known by these presents, are one and
That there is really and truly such
an animal can be teat I fled by a cer
tain eminent attorney of Anderson,
This yagal gentleman, who has'but -
(led In masy courts, osea met a
groundhog as Commodore Perry said.
"The groundhog was hlsn." It was
while on n vacation up in the moun
tains, that the whole-souled host of
this aforesaid eminent attorney re
marked that a pesky old groundhog
was bothering him so mucn he would
give $r.O to get rid Of tli" beast. Armed
with a rifle, the attorney lay in v.alt
for the predatory marmot, tin. ruth
less destroyer of gardens. The An
derson sportsman begun to think that
he was the victim or a trick, such as
the fabled snipe hunt or the ;badgcr
game of sour and story. "Is there
such a thing as a groundhog," ho be
gan to -worry. Then there recurred
those lovely; lilting lines of Shakes
peare, 'Would a Wcod'.huck chuck,"
and lie took fresh ho pet And with
taking hope he took aim.
For not far away there was an
object queer , and quaint, spatty and
waddling', fat and fluffy, about 18 in
ches, w; Uehftp gray hair like a.rib
bit's, heaxl;;hrbad and flat, ears- small
and opaque,.' eyes round and ratty,
iegs shore and'stout. So this was tho
woodchuck, colloquially known as the
groundhog.., "Ping," spoke the rifle
and the woodchuvk chucked his last
"Here's your . woodchuck, what
shall do wtthr'tt?" was the greeting
that the lawyer gave his host. And
incidentally he added: "You may Just
apply tho $50 to my board bill." The
old mountaineer laughed not ono whit
at this sally but grimly took the
wcodchuck to . the woodshed and
chucked bis head and shed his coat
of fur. His object was not apparent
hour for the noon meal.
Own that at this homo,
it},that section, there
of good "rasbunH"
ju^:<^#l a great
dish with a tantlifeb^g aroma and an
appetizing art^%mc?;:8sm?vkind of I
Leaked meat i rounded Up with 1
brown dresalniL?f dclirftitn 'home
corn iiniiil ^Mhwjliliiliii a.taast!. Yea,
Sud a?Tst^^^W^018 I
On tue ground of nolle ccntendere
Or ?wme cnoli HqueaiSlshECSS tl??-"iaW
yer wa? aboifkj-to interpose an objec
tion an?d plead for restraining order.
|-tWftBtfTjaic"t'*f the'sTerri court after |
;i lllftut nirirru<riitlr.??t?y?j'jr\nr? Mklouolna"
- 1?- ""'r?"'"?"^ >-? a ~* ?w?c?
was " fall to and eat all you HSn."
The lawyer at first went.at:it dalntly,
and some what skeptically. But lie. j
had eaten squirrel, and had^ eaten j
rabbit, and x^^vas informed that the!
only difference Is that the groundhog
Is fatter and more savory and more
succulent. And he. did eat right
heartily. Indeed, he says that he
could do so again and thank'ye for
When he had eaten'so mnch that
It almost required a derrick to romove
him from the table the aforesaid emi
nent lawyer began to twit with the
mountaineer for Iiis reward of $50
and the other members of the family
Joined in the twitter. After a while
the old gontleuian stood it as long
as he could and he ended the proceed
ings by handing down an order, ex
cathedra, load' so forth?"Lcok*yo her?
man, did you ever bear tell of a roan
selling a groundhog for $50 and then
eating It alf up? You owe m? for the
cooking. And that ju? Just about the
way the lawyer felt about it, too.
(Note, the hero of this tale is NOT
Col. Jule Hoggs.) I
There was a large and happy -gath
ering of relatives and friends Wed- I
nesday afternoon ait the home of. Mr.
and Mrs. John T, Bolt, three miles
west of the city, to witness the mar
riago of their daughter, Pamelia Jo
s?phine, to Mr. Halite B. Salpes, fcon
of Mr. and Mrs. F? B. C. Snipes. The
marriage was performed by Rev. W,
B. Hawkins of T#jwnvllle, assisted
by Rev. O, U Orr and Rev. W. H.
Fraatcr. There was a bounteous
wedding dinner served after which
the guetta loft, bidding the happy
young people a long and happy life.
.Tf day they will be given an old fash
ioned "Infalr" at the home of the
groom/a parents. (A fuller account ha
'Sundays paper. . o^^^H
****** ** * * * * *
* GOETHALS CONFIRMED.
* (By Associated Press.)
* 'Washington, Feb. 4.?Tbv
* nomination of Col. George
* W. Ooethals to "be governor of
* tho Panama Canal today, was
* ccnfirmed by the Benate. The
* appointment liccomes effective
* April 1, 1014, with President
* Wilson's order creating a per
* ?nanent civil government tor
* the canal one.
AXBB1C?8 BANK CLOSED.
AmerIeus. Oa.. Fob; $.~Th? Ataerl
cus National Hank did not open Its
doors today. Officials of tho insti
tution would make no statement
pending at investigation by a na
tional bank examiner. The instUu
? mil has a capital/ stock of $100i^ir0
and was organized eight y?jirs asp*
O. i>. Whcaicy, Jr., ^selstaut cash
: 1er of the bank, has disappeared.
The key to economy
in dress is this?watch
our daily; . advertise
Never since'Adam gave
up leaves and hides has
there been such a chance;.
for economy in men's
Would you like to save
a bunch of dollars?;
Then step in today?the
earlier the better.
Men's Suits & Overcoats
$27.50 Values reduced to $20.00
25.00 Values reduced to 18.75
22.50 Values reduced to 17.25
20.00 Values reduced to 14.75
18.00 Values reduced to 13.75
15.00 Values reduced to 1 !.5o
12.50 Values reduced to 9.75
10.00 Values reduced to 7.50
Send us your mull orders. We
prepay ii?? ChSTg?GS rTwcu Cmo, vnScn.
or money order accompanies order.
?onr money back If yon want It.
This is the store that
put the X in extra-when
it comes to values in
Our assortment is also
extra large as Fashion
has faced around and
favored trousers differ
ent from the coat and
you'll pay just a fractieggjg.-;
of their worth.
Men's Odd Trousers
82 50 and
S2.00 Trousers $1.75
3.00 Trousers 2.5p
4 00 Trousers 3.2 5
6.00 Trousers 4.50
7?5o Trousers 5.00
8.50 Trousers 6.00
H?nii ij> yttH orders. 'We
prepay all jcharges when csab, check
or money order uceompanles order.
Kehr money hae* If y?u ?rsst it.
XtX I G. lilt
EFFOBT !S APPAKENT
(Continued from first page.)
vance guard north of ASu^-mri, ?eu.
Urhiua vas attempting to hold the
pass as an approach for rebels from
the west. The rebels now believe
they will have to fight for Mapimi be
fore they march on Torr eon.
With the arrivai of Gen. villa from
Juarez today, rebel leaders looked
forward to tho Torrcon campaign al
though train-loads of ammunition
and rations l'or men and horses have
to be shipped forward for a week or
ten days before anything like a. gene
ral engagement takes place.
Meantime the rebels are enjoying
the fruits of recent victories and are
enforcing what alleged Tfuerta sym
pathizers call e. roign oSMerror.
FANS ARE TO
Trolley League Discussion to
T^ke Place in Green
v ' ?
The meeting of ' baseball 'fans,
which Anderson people thought was
to take place last night in Green
wood, la to be held toi. ght instead.
An Anderson man .has received a let
tei fiom Greenwood, In which It is
raid that representatives from Spar
tanburg and GreowUTo will be pres
ent at the meeting and urging chat
Anderson tend a delegation.
Since the piclosed Georgia-Caro
lina league fell thvougX, tho cities of
the Piedmont section seem, to favor
the ?rganttallon c?f a trolley league
and much agitation bas been heard.
While the people of Anderson have
not been as enthusiastic as bave the
other towns, still it IS believed that
tho fans here might possibly be In
duced to put up r tga coin for the
Dispatches from Chester end Rock
Hill say that both those towns hays
money enough in hand to enter a
league and wili gladly iah? a berth hi
the Trolley association if it can be
formed. '. "V
it Is hoped that the people of An
d.~r~m wmi ?r?, interested la base-'
hall, v.-l.u get together today and ar
rango to send a delegation to Green
woo 1 tonight. Any one dealring in
formation about the matter can ob
tain same from tba Auderson Cham
ber c I Cc:r.~crce.
- After tests lasting several years,
eight has been found to be the proper
number of searchlights tor a ilnlted
States battleship ana armored cruiser
to carry. /
Turkey has jiven English. capital
ists contracts to reorganise Its naval
or.ena?B aad docksyavrts with ejt tt|
latest appliances known to' naval
w atch Bailes...
Keep your eye open for
the best things going;
something good is offer
ed at this , store every
Today 50c Pair.
Today we place on sale
S00 pairs old stock la
dies' shoes from the Bos
ton Shoe Store stock;
small sizes only in shoes
and oxfords, but worth
up to $3.50.pair; mostly
sizes z, Z i-z, 3, 3 1-2
and 4; of the entire lot
take your choice.
Only 50c Pair
New spring coat suits
are coming in to this
great store daily Suits
worth $12.50, Bailes'
This season's ; modish
spring suits, worth $15
to $16.50, Balles' way
*S ** t?t\_'a.
All the leading new
styles in ladies* spring
coat suite, worth up to
$20 and $22.50r B^W
way $15 aad $16.50.
Stout suits for large
women up to size 46,
worth $15, blue or black
?at $10 suit.
G. A. Bailes, Prep?