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%\%m f-w P!M Pr?f is ?tes t?MMH f*
Subscriptions Are What Count! Do Not Get Behind?Ask Every
One Vau Meet for a Subscription.
Tlio Content Manager winbca to
announce (hat Tlio Dally Intelligen
cer will Rive. Ton Dollars In <5o!d .to
tbe,b>?l.v in DixtrUl \*o. I. who turns
In tiro hlRlinst njinfhnr of mohihs be
tween Jan. l?th and Fob. I8th. Inclu
sive. Five Dnllnr.'t m 'Cnlrj will he
given for the'Kccond prise. Also fit
District Ho: 2 Ten Twliars in Gold
will be given to the lady turning in,
the?'highest hiqpber ot months from
the" bogtoh?ng/3f thoTcent?st until
Feb. l.Wtaia? A suHserlr^icrn ' for
one'yypsv ^ill-bo counted as twelve
inontbjpt; one; tot* twb y?ars for twen
ty-four months, etc. Suppose for in
stance, you shonjd get a subscription
Mr'als months. '?r.e loi 'a V?iir," orte
for two yenrH, yoiir toLM dumber1 of
Months would be 42 months; A sub
scription for one year to the Wr egl$
Intelligencer wjhofher il ho old or
new will be counted oh three months,
s?mmou up all of your courage and
seo if you cannot, he a winner m lie
Ten Dollars In Gold.
Von can do it if you have the nec
essary ambition and ''o'hergy to 'get.
out and visit your neighbors and
friends' and tell1 them'-what"you aY?
doing.': If they arc ever going to
show1 tin ii rrkudOiip for ycd they
wnt'shmv ii now'when you ore u >
ing to-hard tor "Win. IT you Ihinflifl?
you can maintain a pjace ia this rsoi
b> gathering ?onpoiis. you are going
to He'-iiSdly 'disappointed, you''WrU';b#
left far hi the rear, flow Ioiik will it
take .on I-i - Ii!? IX.OOP'coupons Troni
The Anderson Dally Intelligent?!'?
in f<?w mittut eg time you should he
able to get a y**nrly subscription to
the paper to win oho of the special
prizes and you -alfo get the 1 ft.000
vote.; that count toward winning the
An'omrthllc. piano or CVirrlng??.
\ff are willing to give away nearly
Two TfcnuJhnd'Dollars in prizes. In
return for which we want subscrip
tion a ,! and we're going to get them
for the people in this vicinity have
confidence In-Tho Intelligencer, they
know Jt to be a good pnner. one that
la safe to take into their homes and
put into the hands of the yonug in
nocents cf the family, n pap^-r that
stands fdr all that is good and clean,
th? foe of all that la bad and'unclean.
ASYLUM ?PJ&?-SSIpFf ASKS
PQLICY FOR DEV'q.qPMErfr
Members ?t Report to General A???mbly Review Work aj ?tate
Early?Erect pne tfe* Buying for Patients. Need $125.
> 000 This Year
After >reviewing the work nt Stale t of nervous discar.es and the acute
' niehtul' t?alailfos-^iTuctt^
Park, the State Hospital commission
in lia annual reoort 'prepared for the
pcncrnl ntisomhly, concluded with the
statement thut "125,000 co?ltf ?je
. rnnomirslly expended durlrg the
UTenVhers of the commission ore: 4
W,. llnbrnek, M. 1).. chairman; llobert
Wilson, Jr., J. M. Payne. Q. L. John
son' add K. IT. Xu.li; secretary'
In the report it Is srtdvrn that 2,r.82.6
acres ot isr.d hnv?b&cn phrchar-.ed v,y
tho varions commissions at a ?.:v:A of
STS.isoi'iS;' The commission renews
Its .rcc^hmcnd?tlon'Ah'at Hii electric
ear lino bo constructed TxbiU, Columbia
when the batbmls hare been removed
to the hospital.' '
::onoorning the laundry and power
plant the report sayfc:
"tbe main bunding, of the iaundry
^a- 4? fo?i by 06 Y?eVand consists ot
'tour-wings or'uniis af'24 'ffcet by zi
feet eacb. H.t iieisht Is 14 f?et to \h<
, and 2o-feet additional t? the
topor"tii? awmltOrV?. -.>' '< ' ?
.or pliant consists of tw
rdojfas; bite for tno lM\?rV and oho
fpr the rriginos and dynamos.' .This
plant Vita* been .plahncd,fpr twice our
ycetyyit i\?^tM-.^. $qjjtptacht and fit
im>vt?diin>ng "TO ay >-" u'fadi witiun
dct, ini^t^-^^fft^lW.'-:' th?
dimensions are'C? |iy 33 $y 15 feet.*
ffiM ?'% iiave.1', R/tXf Mh?, r.-pnrt
wit ii'lull !..;..- l?iat'the general
I ;iy and ?tute ofTUciuls iiad not
determined upon a policy for the d<
velohn^(>Oll$tato Park. So \ob?
as tlih-. matter rcmntii? uncertain,
?lu? c^noraTffusetnbljr' c:Can ??t \y
expected to make proper appropria
tion!, for thivjlirrrtlrth of ''bnildlnga
:,nd this Organization of the several
t oronlca'^leh it has fceein- proposed
t?^pftre in the country. '
'Will be recalled that, it was IhU
tmtlrflmltog !' Called 'dpou t<
(r'es 'the ir.caha werft ?
number of dependents
for which the state
g 'CalPd'ttpon to iiro
.3 thiT infinis were at j act.
vmliudbn has' end?av--t . ?oction ?.
its-tobHKatibns'/ ' t*o J thousand doi
held "a; Joint' 'meeting-: ?ary ??, and
SNMp, and at'-'lhe request } propriated ':i
^mtrjw 't^ilrthlp f?g?nts | slra\??n: rtrni
a^ctlcfn of 'th'b coinml
bcinK ple.L-od at the-most Accessible
pulin for the reception ot suca can
T?c country sites undoubtedly
pr?sent the greatest advantages for
the chronic tnljnh* and the otbfei
efhssea of t)e!'ectlvi s and defiendcnts.
Wltii'e it umy take years to woTh out
tltis plan "completely, yet 11 seems to
odr commission to present such mer
its as to d?mand most careful
"Of coud3c, tbls plan does not pre
v'.ude. the -yentual removal of the
whole hospital to - the country. Tbe
plnnE of-thecomnilssion have always
he?n '?rranged, and 'carried out with
this possibility in view.'*' '
T'i? commission l?st year expend
according1 id the fcpdrt1.
rAItTlf DE?O^T^AIIOX BlI^I?
Measure prhvl^^Worh in ?pra?
Cplunihia, Feb. ?.--Senator Lid
has introdu.-ed th.- folowhm hills ;in
the senate: 1
fVo .provide, aid tor thn onconrage
tnent of farm d?monstration work in
ennop"! ioii -\vIth the riVriil dhhlld
sctiohfa at ihW scat e;
Be if enacted:
Bectfoii t. That when ahy rnral
I'Ublle TiChOnl in Any county- or?hl*
MB^h.:!! . >.!! : .::!,. u ; ! ;t of ttftt \4Sii
tlipjtj tbrVe actes of lahO for' fiirm
ti?u, Witt', 'silclt school; uhder tbo'gdh
etihl dif<'Cttoh' add '(t'i'ix'rvisi.ou of the
farm denioa<;tration debit'.. .
t'lrUMOIJ COllCKl?, su; : Hllall j
elve aid f-om .tin- state'frih?: dcru
ohs trat toil fund td an amount* not ex-!
cec ling f25 Tor each school; provid
ed, that any Uttel} school 'strait make a
r.ei moii; on itv, plot <vf ndt.t?r.? than
t !io Amoiint jot hid roeeiedd from, the
state farm d?monstration fund us
Section 2: That the ?t?te-farm dem
o:t :! ratine, fund shall be dis tri hut cd
by the-state b?ai'*'of i-ducallMi tin
der such rules and regulations -uh it
tt.Hy prescribe Rtibiect to the condi
tions proVidi'd in section l of this
t''e skretarj jp^ep?red thb stStb
num of Bro,
Uabh he nccos
'strlbutcd ' as
holding claims agemst
Secretary Bryan Makes Statement
t? 'Bouse Immigration
Committee 1 *
Washington. Feh. fi.?Definite
,ancj final -refusal on the part of the
Wilson administration to consider
any Asiatic exclusion legislation dur
ing ?lie present Consres!;, was do
burden of the "statement given to the
House immigration .'nmmiUee *i
d?y'by Secretary of. State lhyan.
y??Qv more then an ho.ir he set forth
to the mombers of the eothinittce, un
der oath of secrecy1, the relations ex
isting nn^ the pon::lblc future compll
catl?hs; hetw?eh the United 'States
a:ul fopan, and <!alied ujiori nmn^ers
dl' lite committee tO refuse to con
sider In nny Way' tho' Raker hill or
1 similar exclusion measures,
j When ho left the rOomonly r<mre
I sentntlves Raicer and Hayes or Cal
ifornia, were opposing him. Hayes
t later denied any knowledge" of a: prior
j committee agreement to consider
. .The .Republican members or the
I committee wero seriously concerned,
as w?r? tho Utjmocrsta, before jthe ,
Secretary had ' ?ral?Sed' Iiis ' recital.' j
I ??pVesferit3ti^c Jonnson of 'Washing- j
ton, who wp.s among the most vio
lent opponents of Asiatic immigra
tion, refused to renkeftny comment
oh tho turn affairs had taken. None
of the member;; 'except 'Representa
tive Raker rrtpparod to hnvo ;iie
slightest doubt that the agitation or
tho Asiatic question was killed
The Secretary is under, tood to ha\-o
told tho -umi.nnirjcn' that lilt! I'nited
! fiftate? ' is In ' ?;h eoftif <M?n ' t.?? r.rcv.r.o
j the jingoes a 1 Japan, an 1 that ii.\wm;
I merely the fK ? ;,m.non r.er.se and
patriotism to accomplish exclnsion by
J nmintJiitting ibe preheat "gentlemen's
?'grr*.'r?' tV?*Hl .Hie pobflo Centi
men! in Japan should cluuige; In this
I ? -J " * * ' ' >' liiiiIHMU?
ih>a'u also i:; reported t<> have told
the i-.'t:hm1tte.- im-mhei's thai h? was
certain to reach an agreement with
Japan on the issues raised by the Cal
ifornia, alien land law, if no new ob-,
staele to such a settlement hn ?sn at. d
lie aahi he was.on. the best posjn
hlc terms wnii the Japanern aorhas
?ador. and had every reason, to think
t hat negotiations bow ponding.would
remove any possible. ylottd. ' ivblob
might rest en the friendship bct.wevn
the American anil Japanese people.
Atlanta, Jfcfc. 0.?Kas a man got a'
1/ r'.?bt ti rldo cn bis own rallroad fr/eet.
I That's what tho officers and Jfreectra
i or: tee ceorgm"T uiiroxd and nahklifg
. tao ivtSw railroad 'commission!
plaintiff aHegetr that th?kcontr
which the 'oflBcArs 'add- xRrtdani
: and 'valid, ill every way> And- th
cdmcnlirslen now htut' nb- rlgfltl
I fiie ft?mimwtt bf ail' -kv-Mj
th'?t valid contract:
I Norton, w1
?Ith one filth tbe aroa and or
I the.-population of France,
S?pieb^dy Will Q@| These Valuable
WON'T YOU MAKE TH? EFFORT?
First; Grand Prize
How, much is your time
worfJi from now unfil
M-w-ch Uth, 1914? . . .
W*H vo^afce, $S,aQ.QO
you'll succeed. _
As some lady will po3i
I lively get this car on
FAINT HEART NE'ER WON, FAIR LADY.
*f*H !^}?*e8S " of these valuable prizes, ^|%eeffort required is small, the re
ward I?r?e, This For d Car was sold to us, and is fully guaranteed by ATRCHIE L. TODl>, Lo
r. W.Earle Si:, Phone 226 Ander? on. S. C.
First Prize pkir?ci No. 2
I^Q HOME $ ?OIV1PLETE -WITHOUT A PI
Thi* ?^ur?^n| \s fully guaranteed by ^H?s
W$km te-TO C. A. Reed Piano and ?^an
?^m?\y* They wan| you to call and le* J
tell yo,u ft^Hl-ftfe Pwncn
THE LESTER PIANO
FIRST PRIZE DISTRICT
A f?ll description as to quality and beauty of
design, could* hardly be given in such limited ,
#a?e. Go ^ee it for </ourself at Willis & Spear
man** Muaic House, tlhey #5U . be . glad. to
deroo-^fotfrebeautiful instrument <;?
This bujZfiV IS ?uAIv a un rantm**) a -? #1 S* ?j*o?l?r 4*?i
your insp^clll^-??^?!i??f ^l??roo?is of J. S. Fow
Company. It has been specially made for
f$sis contest and is a beauty.
.?; _ y\..r ,? ,;-u.,,....,X
Second Pris? Ui?trict No. . ?? ROCfC HILL
Single Buggy-? Value $U?.ft?.
This buggy is fully tuav&nteed by the Fret well
Company, arid is now pn display at iheir show
ic?ws, They welcome you to call and examine
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