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THE ANDERSON INTELLIGENCER
Pounded August ll, Ih&U
1M North Usia Hlreel
ANPKKSON, S. C
WILLIAM HANKS - - Bditor
W. W SMOAK - Business Mauager
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Washington, .lune 2.-Forecast:
Sutil li Cnroliim-Partly Cloudy Wed
nesday and Tlinrsduy prnl:ubly o-ea
siouul thunder showers soul h pori inns.
Sn many pretty chances lu rain
have been let KO by.
lee ercinii for thc iie.M mules day
for Hie ramiers.
Th? weeping willows cast a shadow
on Teddy's Uiver ol' Doubt.
Anderson county is on the honor
roll HlroiiK ai Winthrop College.
Sir Thomas Lipton lias only been
lea sin?. Now he is advertising tea.
Philadelphia hay a pitcher limned
Tlneup. Ho is not on Tinker's team.
Some resignations have a string
tied to them. Huerta's hud u well
As u sununcr resort season we dc
not see Mexico advertised very exten
Anderson welcomes the visitors to
lb?' missionary conference at Ander
June Ht will the "alfalfu day" in
Orangeburg. Agents for safety ra- j
Kore please keen a wa v.
Clemson College's textile exhibit at
Host on mad?- tin- people, up lhere sit
up and lake a lol of not lo*.
Knights of Hie ?rip the traveling
salesman. Knights of the >;rip and
the haudsliaUe the candidates.
If ?nybody wishes to lind that lost
. war in I'isl er, pay us 2."? cents for a
want advertisement ami we will lind
Hov. Iliense ls tight iu calling upon
the vol ern lo enroll. Kvery democrat
should ?et ready to KO to the polls in
lt is unfair lo Governor Iliense lo
drtiK him Into Hie Ruber UH tor in I cam
paign, but the coat-tail swingers have
There is a difference between suf
fragists und suffragettes. The for
mer ure people The latter arc Just
criminals In skirts.
The liest way lo vee the agricultur
al country lo the whole world is Just
to take a turn around Anderson coun
ty, lt is tho liest est best .
Reimes of Hie reunion are all of
the plensaut kimi. Anderson dui ber.
Heir proud uiol the occasion was han
dled beautifully hy the ('bamber of
* Somehow or other, that office of
secretary of slate seems io have no
seekers ami it is a cinch. Nothing to
do but have your shoes shined three
times a- day.
DKSF.RVDU A VACATION
The directors of the Chamber of
Commerce did well to Rive a brief va
cation to Ila- hard-working secretary,
Porter A. Whaley. Mr. Whuley has
had a number nf difficult undertakings
lu the last few months, concluding
with the reunion, which wns handled
so successfully nnd happily. The peo
ple of the whole'state ore grateful to
Anderron for Riving the old soldiers
a reunion in which no strong drink
was offor?d them.
NOW is THK inn:
Wi- think ii ii wu.? ?1 strong '"'.I Inn
ic < h.mile i i.i ? 'ominen . play in
skin? i'ri >nl' i.' Fairfax Harrison
itiisiili i .i nuil, i lining!) Anderson for
ie double imokiiig ni 'le- Southern
. iwi'i H charlotte .uni AH.mi.i. Tho
Wi. IH-SI mute from .i eoiislriic
..ii stnudpoiiil us well a- from a
iainl|iiiiul ul tr.nl' development.
Itiit. even il He- St til tin in lulls t..
iv< eal in MM :ipp< il ni Anderson in
M- matter, il.artiest ness ol lin
II o nt Anderson is Min- tn make ?in
upressioii and we may secure faynr
Ide audience on other pro|iositions
On?, maller which Anderson i* s-r\
c.irons of g> iiiiur from the Southern
ailwav h a ni i I wa j lilt" tn Clemson
'ol lege This will leijlliri lint I Wo
liles of track lt do. s not Seem that
Hell a I ti 111 tr. Ollghl lo he hogged foi
. shorl line iinm I'ciidlelon lo fal
olin, vin Clemson would si i engl lien
lie Soiiiheni's business in thai whole
Itu! lin* main Hiing 'hat Anderson
.'it-iics i1-' Hie completion ol' Hie Him
Hdg< fol A H Andrews has said
h.it lie expects to liv.- to sic III"
?implo?on ni ile- Im" ni which li?" i
in - ul' ni ami mi which h" IM*!!?II his
ailwav experience as a hov before
lie war. We would like lo see 111"
'oiom-l live always, but as thi^ is an
inpossibility we suggest that h f
ointiieiice in build iii" Hue righi
li .vas urged liv Hie Southern old
I'jtls at a meeting of th" business men
l,.,xlwu M ars agu thal Hie Souillera
1 ' Stu reasons ai that lime for not
.. Jil-' 111" lillie llidge. ?Hie was
Ute 1 'til'1 ... . . i
, ?ss ni Hu- limul market, and
, us lb" luci thal some
company ul .,
. , blocked linn- right ol
way m Un- .
?wi TcnosHce nnuin
lains. liol li of L . . . .
(leen Wiped Olli . P
. th" right of way
mutter Ino he. II re. , , . . "
.??! alihough i:
ri ii u I ros iii" Southern
. no io more
expense in hmldiitg Un- . ".,
. . , . . "oad. Iii"
maller ol the bonds has In.
heeail.se we have heell told' ..
.j I th"
compuny hus just flouted some **niiii
un? in lionds. ll will require .
about $.'I.U(IU.O?(l io complete Hu- |t|u
Itidge, we have been Informed, ami we
believe dat the Southern will not have
lo raise all of ibis, for South t'aro
Iititi cities will assist in floating the
This road when completed, would
he th ' easiest grade and the most
economical haul from CincinutH to
the sea. and yet the mileage of Hie
railroad com pu ny would not be reduc
ed to the extent that the company
would lose very much in freights.
Catch the flood tide- of success, and
push Hie extension through while the
country ls pinspcrous and happy.
The railroad Company that puts a
line through Anderson and puts this
town ou a trunk line will get Hie bus
iness ni Anderson rorever and a
Il l r! UTA THE FOX
lt appears that old fox Huerta is
?html lo put one over on the const i
utioiialists and Hie diplomats. ile
las tendered his resignation, but his
representatives lu making a statement
refer to him as " Pr?sident." ami he
Has never been recognized as such.
Ile wishes to resign because he says
m himself, .lust as Teddy said he
ivotibl not drink a I bird i np ol coffee,
reddy didn't, and Huerta will lose the
|ob if lie has to be kicked out.
The following from Niagara Fnlls
nd teales the chicanery ol' the propo
sion submit ted by Huerta yesterday:
"Hy subordinating persona I it lea and
lecturing themselves in favor of
; renting internal as well as internnt
lional ituestioiis while not yet yield
ing their national sovereignty, the
Mexican delegates, it was gonerully
igreeil here, had launched a strong
argument against the Constitution
ilist position. The general view that
if the Huerta repr?sent?t ivett had
omul no impropriety in dealing here
iv i lb the internal Mexican situation,
ilie world generally would not np
l?rove of technical objections to the
.ame coin se coming from Cionernl
' Whether an armistice could be ar
ranged w:.s amil her topic of Interest.
rile mediators are known to feel that
if tin- Constitu? inna I ix ts are sincerely
lesirous of restoring peace in Mexi
co they could arrange un armistice for
en days or two weeks without caus
lug military preparations. The mc
liators believe that Hie next two or
hree days will develop clearly wheth^
rr the constitutionalists ure really
"The explicit statement from Hie
Huerta delegation encouraged the [\
liplomats greatly in that it set before
he world as practically accomplish
d one of the principal points in the
lispute between the i'nited Stntes and
he Huerta government Hie ellmina
ion of Huerta.
"The responsibility if the program
ihould be upset now the mediators
'etd. will devolve on the Constitution
?lifts. One of the three envoys said
oday that tho mediators from the
mtset lind recognized Oeneral Car
ranza as a fueler in the international
THE INTELLIGENCER'S PRIZE CARTOON.
Ptin?ii Howl of tli?> ?N?.WMI Silver Servir? Presented to .the Hnttlesliin Sunt li Uarolhiu by the Slate of Smith
('iirollnn. Il ls Full af Hoses Now- Tliufs All.
Here is the lightest
weight hat you ever put
on your crown.
its our crowning ciYrt
for head comfort.
Straw hats with varia
t;ons of crown and brihi?
\'j suit your particular
Split straws, $2, $3, $4.
Sennits, $1.50, $2,
Mackinaws, ?2, $3.
Panamas, $5 to $7.50.
Order hy Parcels Post.
We prepay all charges.
"The Sion itllh m Comdcnx
Safety Vu!, Kit
$3 50 *
less, for Tubes,
REPAIR YOUR OWN TIRES ::
Todd Auto Shop
Phone 226 : : Anderson, S. C.
Is parched and dying. Phone
62 or 261 for
Rubber Hose-all Grades
Si .?. is fi
Hardware, Implements and Mi!! Supply
Dealers For Thirty Years.
erson, S. C. Belton, S;c.
MI nat io i?om.Pl.|" evidence of Ibis.
lu? dcclar?. vvas lh0 ,t?Ilrter|ng at tho
oiilKol ol Iii? negotiations,
ot good ofllies h.,,,,,, "" H ,mr wUh
General Huon? a,, |m, ,,"."."
"Tli? mediators, il is ,,.rstoo,L
have, in their noto sent io *?\j,ran ilt
Washington tonight, reiterate?.
the chief points in which they nrc 'v,.,.
cerned aro a suspicion of hostllltl*
in tin- civil strife ami a discussion ol
Mexico's internal as well as interna
tional affairs. The 7, ti ha ran commun
ication and its' reply will be made
"The decision to rond the reply
was reached a ter (he American dele
gates conferred with the mediators.
The Americans were so encouraged
hy tim prospect of reopening the cor
respondence that they fell justified
in going ahead willi the peace plan
worked out previously io the injec
tion of the Constitutionalists contro
rOOI'l.KATION IN THU KAHM Kl -
Uniera fanners are sufficiently in
terested in farm hurenu work to lorin
an effective organization, which tru
ly represents Hie farming interests of
the county, then' is sinull chance of
the county hurenu meeting with groat
It is not enough for professional
and business men to interest them
selves in the work: the farmers must
fee] that the bureau is theirs, that it
is a means by Which they can coope
rate in scouring for the eomiuuity
at large every possible benefit, and not
an institution for conferring benefits
on them individually. A county or
ganization Imbued with this spirit is
a necessary preliminary io successful
work by a county agent. We have it
OF MERCER UNIV.
Dr. W. L. Pickard of Savannah,
Ga., May Accept the Position
Statesville. \. C., June 2.-Or. W.
!.. Pickard who lust night was el
ected president of the Mercer Uni
versity at Macon, Ga., said today that
he had not decided whehetr he would
accept the position. Dr. Pickard, who
is conducting revival services here,
ls now pastor of the Centenary Imp
tjst church in Savanah. Ga.
A Striking Serial Story.
No one of our renders can afford to
miss the opening, or any other, in
stalment of "The Land of Broken
Promises." by Dane Coolidge, which
we will print serially. It ls a story of
the pt osent Mexican revolution, which
gives a vivid description of the condi
tions In that war-infested nation. We
are indeed fortunate in being ablo to
print it at this time.
BEAUTIFUL AFTERNOON FROCK
This charming gown was built of
sheen hnndl'.-rchlef linen elaborately
embroidered by hand. The sash of em
broidered linen ls the salient fcituro
of tliio np to tile minute frock.
CAMISOLES AND CHEMI-VESTS
Camisoles, which are brassi?res ronde
with tho little shoulder cans, encircle
the body with a tiny frill of uet nbove,
not reaching nbove the arms, with? rib
bons over the shoulders. This Ince Is
fastened to a narrow piece of doubled
uet, with beading through which rib
bon, ls run. Very thin lengthwise strlr-s
of embroidery may form a camisole,
with Ince three Inches wide ncross the
top. They fasten; on the left side. Lit
tle c'neml-veste^O be worn.next to the
tlesh nre marie of nnlnsook, crape, china
silk, lawn. etc.. nnd nre twenty-four to
twenty-nine Inches long uud without an
inch of extra material.
HAI? 471 BA I,I,OTS
And Theil Had To Call For'a Primary
(.Hy Associated Press)
Asheville, N. C., June 2.-After be
ing in session four days, and taking
471 ball?fcd. the tenth district demo
cratic congressional convention at
Waynesvt|le today adjourned, adopting
u resolution* providing for a district
wide prirdVry August 15. to.choose a
democratic'nominee for congress from
There wpro five candidates before
Hie. convention, Robert ,R. Reynolds,
and the incumbent James M. Gudger,
Jr.. holding .^practically all the vetes.
The other 'tkitee candidates held
eonugh votes-.to deadlock the conven
tion, and i tic .primary plan was finally
selected a? the most feasible solution
of the dealocl&ttf* the-event no candi?
j ?late receives A majority of the' votes
lal the primary^in August, a second
i primary will be held August 29.
i Head of the New^cagup wa* Appointed
!, Ysterdny h?.Her. Whiles
I' t'orter A. Whnl?y'yesterday tendered
i Hie presidency ofjnew baseball league
io ?I. ii. Godfrey apd the latter accep
ted it. .The Greentdlle News of yester
day stated that president of the
league would appoint the secretary
and that Mrr Whaler would get the job
A Countess! Acquitted.
Oneglia, Italy, june 2.-Countess
Tiepolo-Oggioni. Veinti?n noble-wom
an, was acquitted tata? on a charge
or murdering the ojrlerly of Captatn
Oggioni. her hunhand on November ll.
1913. The countess testified she
killed the man whemSie enterred her
room and attacked ft? < _
A SUMMER Pfess.
Here 's shown a crape pith a double
tunic, a ai ra pie blouse undi a slightly
draped skirt A ribbon ?lt adds an
effective touch of color. 1