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WE GET THE MONEY
It you owe anyone money, we will
help you pay the debt by
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THE WA ? TH KY I Mi l> TEXAS
Kdltor The Anderson Intelligencer:
I .-plying lo your letter to us of Mareil
1st regarding a cainpulgn for a bond
issue for good roads, bog to advlho
thal on:- county roted 1300.000 worth
of bonds lu precinct No. I in Iftlli
which WUK carried about 12 to 1. and
about two-thirds of the amount has
been expended in the good roads pro
We have not had any proposition
before our people .sime that time of
thia character. At t halftime practical
ly e-^.-ry Interested citizen constituted
himself a committee to talk good
roads to every voter that he could
Bec. They organized goo drouds chiba
at country houses to carry on the
work, hacked the propnsltou and
when 'he vote caine off it was over
whelmingly lu favor of the bond is
Very respectfully yours,
JAMES A. SMITH,
P. S. We are inor(. than pleased
with our venture and feel vcy sun?
that your people will never ha\V
cause to regret carrying your issue
to a successful termination.
Without a nv intention of flattery,
we want to ?ay that we do not believo
that Anderson county ever had a bet
ter supervisor than the Hon. J. Muck
Supervisor King Is now ordering a
great many of Ins supplies. BUch as
shoes, clothing, flour, grain and neat
at wholesale prices, thus saving the
middle man's profit, which of course
is a big saving to the county and tor
which Mr. King should be commend
And slnce Supervisor King IK abl?e
to borrow money for thc county ut
less than :i 1-2 per cent Interest, we
consider him strictly a business ainu,
and being a business man we would
like lo have an expression from him
on fils bond question that's now a^l
tutlng the minds of the voters of titi.?
We feel that we have the right to
know hos- our public ofliclahj stand
-an public questions. While we are
against the bonds, Supervisor King
may be for them. Still, wo would not
fall out with him, since lie 'las u per
fect right to his opinion. We just
wunt to know bow this good business
man looks ut this bond finest ion We
hope Supervisor King will let us
hear from him both through The In- t
telligencer and the Dally Mall as the
readers o? both papers up here aro
anxious to know how he stands.
V. H. CHESHIRE'S OPINION
Editor Intelligencer: Having
been asked by a number of people,
mostly those liding in thc rural dis
tricts, to express my ideas for or
against the proposed county bond is
glve one or two reasons why the ls
SUC, I will, with yum yet ?iilani?i?.
could give dozens. AH the people
will overwhelmingly defeat thc
measure, there la no use In niy tak
IIIR up ?pace, when one or two rea
sons will suffice. First th** people
will not h?' allowed lo nain?' the
commissioners to supervise Hie oar
rying on ot this great undertaking
although it would have been J HM at
easy to have voted for these com
missioners without extra expense a?
it would have been for them to casi
votes for or against the measure.
Titi M in itseU will defeat the count)
bond issue. This is not meant as anj
reflection on the honorable gentle
men appointed hy the legislative del
egatiou to act as commissioners
The point we are driving at. is tha
the act was not a Democratic one.
am a great believer in the peopli
i and in the majority ruling. Few. 1
any of the members of the commis
sion are experienced road mei.. I
tho legislati\\> delegation did BO
want to ti'ust the people in thii
selection, then they should have ap
pointed men who have had exr"r
lenee. To start with, there are LU
1 many commissioners. Three, wit
tlie supervisor. wo::!;i have been sui
ficlent. That being tlie ease, thei
nun of the experienee of Formel
Supervisor W. P. Snelgrove. Foi
mer Supervisor Samuel Jackson an
Former Supervisor BenJ. J. Pear
man should have been named. I
order to show that 1 am not pn
Judiced in this matter, will stat
that tlie three above named genth
men are my politl?n! enemies. The
are what is known as anti's. while
belong to the oilier crowd and 1 bf
I le Ve t hut some of the gentieme
named by the legislative delegatio
ore members of my political clan
I only mention this to show that
have left politics altogether out c
this matter, which ls such an enoi
mons undertaking and so much mot
ey Involved, that it would be foolls
as well us expensive to Inject pol
tics Into the work.
Another important thing that doi
not seem to have been considered f
far. is. what kind of work is to I
done. If we are to lake the samp
of government road work done c
the road leading out from West Ma
ket street as a sample, which eo
an enormous pile of money, then
do a real good Job all over Anders<
county would cost us much as tl
European war expenses to date. I!
fore voting, we want to know wh
we are voting for. That is ?lie me
imnortan' question of all.
Tho edllor of The Intelligent
suid editorially a few mornings a
that the People of the country wou
pay only about 30 per cent., t
corporations paying the balance.
Where does the corporations t
their funds from? The peop!
Every time an extra tax is placed
the corporations, they tack tl
amount on tn the people. Tha
common sense and I don't bel it
any sensible man will deny it.
have always advocated abollshl
the office of railroad commissloi
and in retu.-n have had people s
"Gh. thc r~??r???vip pt?> -iicir a
, Count the Needless Footsteps
V An Extension Telephone Would Save
^% ' IJOW about the time lost in running to the telephone?
** Not only lost time and lost energy/but the pro
longed interruption from work which one or more conveni
ently placed extension telephones-costing but a few cents
a week-would eliminate.
Apply a little scientific management to this phase of
your business and ?et the results speak for themselves.
You'll measure the saving in dollars.
Call the Business Office to-day.
SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE
AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY
urie8." Yes. and the people pay th*?
railroad?. There are a 'number cf
other useU-HK ?t?te otttcea ?hat cor
porations ar? required to pay large
monthly salarle?, forced on ?hem by
our State legislature**. Take- fer in
stance the office of railroad 10111 mis
sioner, what good has lt ever ac
complished? The only time we ?ver
hear of them IK when election time
comes around and candidates ?et ip
on ?he stump and tell us they are
running for railroad commissioner.
They are a large number of ap
point ive offices that are filled by our
State officers, and corporations fore-j
ed to pay theil salaries, but I merely j
mention the office of railroad com-j
mistfioner, which is held by tbn. :
commissioners and a few secretaries, j
to show how much good the people j
derive from these offices. There are
forty-eleven rules required by thc |
< cmmissiouers of railroads that are
dally violated. Just the same as if
we had no commissioners. The same
applies to the other corporations that
are supposed to be "regulated" by
commissioners, agents, etc. Yet the
people pay their salaries "through"
the ruilroads. Every time the United
States government places a fine- on
the Standard Oil Company lt is
piomptly paid and oil takes u jump
of a cent or two. The same applies
to other corporations thal arc fined
or put to extra expense through coin
mlsslonern. agents, etc., while the
corporations mlgbt be forced to pay
seventy per cent of the bonds for
good roads In Anderson county, the
I people will be forced to come across
I and make up for this loss.
; If thc corporations really paid all
i tliey are forced to pay and thc peo
ple were not made ty reimburse
them, then 1 would say "give 'em
h-." But thinking people know
they do not pry the tax, but the peo
As the county bond Issue will be
defeated by a landslide vote, there
ls no use In my taking up further
VICTOR. B. CHE8H1RE.
TN< LK JOSH "AWN IT**
, Monea Path. S. Ci, Mar. 8. 191.".'
1 Editor Anderson Intelligencer.
Anderson. S. C.
Dear Sir:-As you have called for
opinions on the proposed bond issue
for better roads, and have been so
kind as to nublish some, I ask for a
little space for talnr because I feel
sure that the people of this county
know there is no man that is Inter
ested In the upbuilding and welfare
of the county and Its people than I.
When I read the bill passed by our
delegation (or the chamber of com
merce of ihe city of Anderson or
whoever lt might be) ordering an
election on voting ti million dollar
bond on Anderson county, March the
:>0, 1915, it makes me feel chilly and
It truly ls bad enough' to have to
criticise our honorable' law making
body but if they have gone down to
1 Columnist a Ail h? their acticus
or through the megaphone ot the
chamber of commerce made a mut
ton head of themselves the people of
the county cannot help it. and what
ever could have induced men of good
sound minds to try to shoulder such
a burden eff on their fellowmen, I
can't see. but there ls something
wrong, for how well do I remember
when we met In an extra session ?sst
year fer the purpose of doing some
thing to lighten the b?rde*, of our
poor people and try to smooth their
paths a little, that it was just such
men as these that mounted the floor
and squalled their throats raw to
keep the faithful few there from lt.
and. did lt.
And -?.jraln they cannot say that
they have been fair about this by
hiding behind the screen, of giving
the peoplc a vote on ' the' question,
for they haven't done it. No free
gratia election is fair to t/.e country
people, for who of the country plow
man haa time to take loose from the
plow and drive fifteen or . twenty
mlleB to get election boxea and carry
on an election and then return them
and loae two or three days work be
sides right in the busy season, of the
year. I 8ay that is not at ??1 la keep
ing with fairness., Why didn't ikey
take that two thousand doliera they
paid sir. Manning, legal adviser and
pay the managers of this special
election so that all the boxes contd
have been gotten out and looked" af
ter In the right manner, bul m?y bo
this is one of the ma..y ways things
are done, for I feel sure that if the
country people can get together and
get to vote on this meaauro lt will
aurely come up dead, and while I
believe you to oe a fair'man in .your
opinions, 1 ask that you do what you
can through your paper to get the
people to all take a hand In this elec
tion and induce the people from the
different parts of the county to get
their boxes and have an. election thct
will be fair to the bill, for 'inloas we
all vote why we won't know whether
or not the Issue carried.
Now. Dear 'Editor, doo': KOOP on
aaylng we people who are oppjMng
thia measure s re against good mails,
or that we di n't want "good mads,
vou know ven wHll that while we
have splendid roads.' we would all
like better ones, but bread and meat
ia more desirable when time* are
like thev are* now, and you know
very well who the barden of this
thing will fall on. While the country
people do not pay alt tho taxes by any
means, 'but their burdens are not
borne with doliera like youra and
many otheru hut by the sweat of ihe
brow, therefore, the country taxpay
er is off ec ted the moat and? that ls
why I along with many other? art .so
bitter against this measure, and the
author? of It whoever they may be.
To thlak correctly about tbls mat
ter la my opinion it would be . a
mighty bad thing to undertake when
times were especially good, and to
go and leap lato a thing like this
?cd the country undergoing the most
trying times it ever lias would not
only be H mistake but perfect foolish
Mr. Editor, why did our delegation
hot wait and come back before Hie
people and seP what their sentiment
was on the matter, just as I did about
our county court house. You remem
ber the Anderson delegation was all
against me on that, they wanted to
vote ? fifty thousand dollar bond un
i the county for a court house and by
1 hard scrambling 1 made them wait
and consult the viters of Anderson
county, and wc learned that the peo
ple were williug to vote thirty-five
thousands dollars to build a court
house and then wc went back und
gave lt to them. That bas been a
good while ago, and I suppose that
the debt of this court house still
hangs over Anderson county, and if
so. what could we do with a million
dollars, for that ls '.hut the bond
Issue amounts to with the interest,
(or more.) ,
We could not blame the city of
Anderson for wanting smooth roads
running from all parts of the county
into its gorgeous clothing, hardware
and barga lu stores, as it would tend
to draw all the trade from the small
er towns and they would gradually
perisli away. Just SB it is around
New Y'ork City. I want to ask the
voters of Monea Path. Belton, Wil
liamston, and all of our other pros
perous little towns if they ever no
ticed the little -.tarved out villages
for fifty miles around New York, and
if you will ask any or the residents
what the matter, they will point at
one of these roads that yor people
say we,are so greatly In need of No
Mr. Editor, we certainly aro not
ready yet to undertake ihe things ad
vocated by wealthier countries. Yon
know that ls why we have as man.'
poor people now as we have too many
of us pave tried to keep pace with
those who had money? e,nd it all
amounis to exactly the same thing.
Just think of Anderson trying t*
keep pace with New York "and yoi
Now Mr. Editor, yo.; say \t anyone
has a better plan to come forward
with lt. Now don't you think if we
would take all the money that we
are geing lo pay all these highway
commissioners and all this Interest
we are going to pay from time to
time and by a direct appropriation
give it to our supervisor that In
forty years we will have a better
system of roads and be in a better
financial condition. You remember
our supervisor promised to give us
some good roads if we would only
give him twenty thousand dollars,
and we could not see our way clear
to do it just now. And here you peo
ple are asking that we give nearly
a million dollars to a whole set of
men who have not promised us any
thing and are under no obligation/
to the people except as their, pure
hearts or the megaphone of your
chamber of commerce dictates.
Now, Mr. Editor, I am going to
quit. The people of Andersen coun
ty know that Josh Aahi?~ hz; al
ways stood by them in all things, es
pecially the tax payers. That I have
always advocated economy and as
you will see I am still doing lt, and
I want to esk that wtt all ro to thc
boxes when the time comes ?3d vote
against this measure.
Yours very truly;
JOSH A8HLEY. '
EA>KS 0>i <A5DEHSOOT9
The Record dislikes to me.OrMe ITS a
local affair in another pari of thc
State, but we have observed with
some disgust and not without dismay
the attitude of some good men In An
derson county, on the proposition of
voting bonds for the improvement of
the roads of the county.
The_ opposition comes from the
very men* who would be- helped-the
farmer with teams to rent dering the
summer months when his crops are
? laid by; the farmer who would earn
a blt himself.
We fear that politics ls getting in
to the proposition In Anderson, as lt
would line done 1n richland but for
the wisdom ot our delegation.-Co
I END INDIGESTION
OR STOMACH PAIN
IN FIVE MINUTES
.Papa's Diapepsin" make? tick,
soar, tassy atomachs
Time IC. In five minutes ell stomach
diatress will.go. No Indigestion, heart
burn, sourness or belching ot ?as.
acid, eructations of undigested food,
nb dlstlness. bloating, foul breath
Pape's Dispepsia is noted for Us
speed in regulating upset stomachs.
It ls the surest, quickest and-most cer
tain indigestion remedy in th? whole
world, and besides lt l?* V?m?i??.
Millions of men and women now eat
their favorite foods without fear
they kuow Papa's Dispepsia, will save
them from any stomach misery. ?
Please, for your aake. get a largo
fifty-cent case cf Fane's Dispepsia
from any drug store and put vour
stomach right. Dont keep on being
miserable-life Is too abort-you are
not here long, so make your stay
agreeable. Eat what you like and di
gest lt; enjoy lt. without dread of
r?bellion In the stomach.
Papa's Diapepsln belongs in your
hosie anyway. Sboi'lJ one ot the fam
ily eat something which doa't agree
with them, or In case of ata attack ot
Indigestion, dypepais. gastritis or
stomach derangement at daytime or
during the night, it ia handy to give
the quickest, surest relief knowu.
Making the small merchant
a profitable customer
"I have a list of merchants in 500
towns that are too small to send
salesmen to. Once or twice a
week I send each of these buyers
a Western Union Night Letter or
Day Letter quoting a list of espe
cially attractive buys. This sales
scheme is developing one of the
most profitable markets we enjoy. ?
A SALE& MANAGER.
THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH CO.
A New Crop Discovered
Just at this time when farmers are
look inc for some <,rop to partially
take the place of cotton, it seeniB
that a now crop luis been Introduced
In Soutl. Carolina and one with fair
promise of yielding the /armer hand
some returns. This new plant is
known as "Feterlta" and from all ac
counts it is a snlendid thing for the
farmers of South Carolina to plant.
"Feterita" is a plant of great pro
ductiveness and can he raised in
quantities at a comparatively low ex
penditure of money. Col. J. C.
Stribling of Pendleton, who is ono of
the best known planters in the State,
aayB that li,, will never tail, another
year to plant tills crop. When Col.
Stribling puts lils stamp of approval
on an article it ls pretty safe to as
sure.-; that the article is all right and
York farmers should therefore take
time to read the following remarks
made by the Anderson planter:
"However, will state that Kansas
and other droughty States consider
Feterita drought proof and a more
3ure crop and better yield of grain
than common corn, lt is said to he a
:>0 day maturing crop and tho white
flat grain, when ?rushed, make a
good Graham table dish. All my rent
ers are very porry that we did not
plant ."'0 acres instead of one and a
hulf acres, as all stock and poultry
arc -/erv fond of it. My observation is
that perhaps there is no muterial dif
ference in the quantity of seed per
acre or method of cultivation j from
common sorghum or molasses cane.*'
Keep Your Bowels Regular.
As everyone knows, the bowels arc
the sewerage system of the body, and
it is of the greatest importance that
they move once each day. If your
bowels become constipated, take it
dose of Chamberlain's Tablets just
after supper and they will correct the
disorder. Obtainable everywhere.
And if they need repairs let us do your vulcanizing. White
prices of new tires are lower than they were last year-our vul
canizing; prices are much lower, too.
Ajax and Goodyear Tires and Accessories.
ICS N. McDuffie.
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Columbia, S. C. Anderson, S. C.
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