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f HE ANDERSON INTELLIGENCER
FOUNDED A DOUST 1, 18**
14? West Whitier Stree-*
ANDERSON, 8. C.
W. W. SMOAK, Editor and Dds. Mgr
E. ADAMS.Managing Editor.
IV If. UIXNN.City Editor
PHELPS SASSEEN, .AdTSrtlfliug Mgr
T. B. GODFREY.Clrcolation Mgr.
Entered as second-class matter Ap
ril 28, 1014, at the post office at An
derson, South Carolina, under tbo Act
Ot March 8. 1879.
Member of Associated Presa and
Receiving Completo Dslly Telegraphic
Editorial and Business Office.821
/ob Printing .693-L
f. JBSCBIPTION BATES
Six Months . . .71
One Tear ...15.00
Six Months .2.60
Tiree Months. Itt
The Intelligencer ls delivered hy
carriers In the city. If yon fall to
get your paper regularly please notify
ns. Opposite your name ou tu?
label o2 your paper ls printed dste to
which our paper ls paid. Al' checks
&ad drafts should be drawn to Th*
Anderson Intel I igen oer.
o OUB DAILY POEM. o
I'd rather be a booster than a knock
er any day,
I'd rather tinge with hope than doubt
* Ute words I have to say,
I'd rather miss my guess
On another man's success
Than to view his bitter struggle and
prophesy his fall.
I would rather Bay "he's coming'
Than "hes going" when I'm sum
Up tho labors of my brothers, 1
would rather boost 'them all.
1 would rather speak the kind thingB
than the mean things any day,
I'd rather swing a baton than a ham
mer, let me say.
I would rather* sing my rhyme
In a sort of two-step time
Than to let it drag its dirges in a
gloomy, heavy style. .
I would rather say "God clean
And ' with words of cheer impress
Than to preach about your follies all
I would rather be a booster than a
knocker any day,
I'd rather pi also than criticise in
what I have to nay.
I'd rather not be wiso,
At the cost of others' sighs,
I would rather see th-- good things
than the ovil thee men do;
. I would far be wrong
When 1 boost a man along
Than to be perfect in my Judgment,
but make everybody blue.
-Detroit Free Press.
The Gaffney Ledger says that Old
Booze received another Jolt the other
day when Ute bill poster advertising
association of the United States and
Canada placed a ban on advertising
whiskey and other spirituous liquors.
The Ledger also says that the Gaffney
bili postera association haa always
declined to post whiskey advertising.
Newberry might well follow the ex
ample of the National Posters asso
ciation and tho Gaffney association.
For many months it haB been very
noticeable that the most conspicuous
poster advertising in this town has
been whiskey ads. We do not mean**
to offend by giving advice to the city
council; but wo believe lt haa como
to tho time when such advertising
upon the bill boards of the etty ought
to bo strictly forbidden.-Newerry
Dib TB ET TOTE!
Anderson voters will ballot today
oh the question ot issuing shout a
million dollars in bonds tor highway
Improvement. Well see whether An
dersen really. wants to be improved.
A > OTHEB?I? SHERIFF
Anderson formerly boasted of hav
ing thc blggett sheriff in the 8'Ate hat
we believe Abbeville can claim the
honor with Sheriff Burts. It he la
' t-'ave according to his sise evil doers
better watch out.-Abbeville Medium.
Lkiitor Wallace of the Newberry
Observer is going '.o p?ant bbl garden
"Chis year ir. thc moon, and adviser;
- m watch tor Ute correct
phases. When la a good time to make
coap. Brother wallace?
Dreudnough gray, some girls say,
Will be ull th? ?had?.
Other* think shrapnel pink
Will take higher grade.
LET I'S BUL? ?001) HOADS ANYWAY
Doubtless the result of the election yesterday will occasion but little sur
prise, and certainly there ls no one who believed that the result waa going
to be any different. We regret that the voters could not see the wisdom of
the bond issue way of building roads, and hope that the great amount of in
terest started will finally work out a method by which some permanent roads
will be built. The people of the county are united in that they want good
roads, and their only difference ls as to method. C od roads must come, and
ire trust that there will bc no let-up till Anderson county has the best road
system in thc State.
The people cf the county are correct in that they want to see what kind of
road Is best suited for this Piedmont section. Had the bond issue carried The
Intelligencer would not have advocated a blind expenditure of this great fdnd
on any kind of road, but we would have urged, as The Greenville News ls do
ing, that the commission go slow, and experiment with several typea of road
construction to find out what would best suit the conditions and the climate
of this section. Now. however, that the Issue of bonds has been voted down,
we would urge our county supervisor and county commissioners to them
selves begin and build one or more miles of permanent road-bed to ascertain
the type best suited to this county, and the approximate cost per mlle. They
have tfci'j authority, aud it can be safely asserted that the interest aroused
over the subject in this county will not down till some permanent road work
Yes, Anderson county must have better roads than any other section of the
State. We can hsvc, and we are able to build any kind of road we want.
ONE OF THE STATE'S BIGGEST MEN
The Intelligencer is of the opinion that if there ls one man who can claim
to bc doing more for South Carolina than any man lc the State, but who is
too modest to make any such claim, that man ls Dr. W. W. Long, of Clem
son College, who is in charge of the farm demonstration work In this State.
While others are bickering over this or that method, Mr. Long is quietly
working out what Ute State needs. He has been emphasizing the necessity
tor securing proper methods of shipping, and preparing grains for shipment,
realising that the South must turn attention more than ever to raising grain
lt we are to continue to lead the country agriculturally. While he contends
thst this is the natural cotton producing section of the country, he feels that
we must grow more grain and hay and such, becoming exporters rather than
With this lu view he has enlisted the agency of Ute government and is now
engaged in making a tour of some of the grain growing counties with an' ex
pert, Dr. Duvel, to teach those unaccustomed to shipping grain, Just tho best
methods for this. These gentlemen will be lu Anderson Thursday, and will
discuss th'.o very important matter with those interested.
SOME IMPORTANT AND INTERESTING PEBSONS
The Intelligencer believes in pinning bouquets on those who live, rather
than to wait and place a wreath on the top of tbe mound which contains all
that ls left bf mortality after life. We believe, also in commending those
agencies which tend to promote better life and better living. Those persons
whose lives are given up to teaching and Instructing the young, and prepar
ing them for more usef;:'. and more industrious careers when they attain to
the estate of manhood sr ot womanhood, need and deserve all the praise they
ever get, and more.
Anderson county ld fortunate In ltaving some of those at work in a large
way la thia county, and their labors will live after they are gone. What wo
man In this county is doing more than Miss Maggie Carlington in v jr service
for the schools of the county? A suggestion here and there, p< . w ?% which
will in a quiet way revolutionise the methods of teaching in a a t like the
pebble d. opped into a pool will send a ripple to the shore, however far away.
Another worker of the same family, a sister. Miss Janie Garlington. only re
cently come to thia county, is laying the foundation for a most important
work. Her duties aa demonstrator In charge ot the girls canning club work
In the county, take her into many homes, and she is placing instruction and
emphasis upon the1 practical side ot making a home. Her girls are fond of
her, and that she ls busy will be known when lt ls known that 176 girls have
joined her clubs. Besides this ?he has organised a number of "Home-Keepers
Clubs," and here she ls striving to have Introduced labor saving, and time
saving methods ot keeping homes.
Others, mere men, who come into contact with the public, and who are do
ing a fine work for Anderson county, and whose duties are being performed
with intelligence and fidelity, are County Superintendent of Education, J. B.
Felton, and Farm Demonstrator Garrison. We must not forget to mention
that other worker with young men, who has been with the Y. M. C. A., Fred
M. Burnett. He is a wheel horse, and this team* ot men have a field before
'hera as yet undeveloped aa it should be In Anderson cor. n ty, tlx G 'crop to
be grown tn this field is manhood, the plants being boys and young mien. The
Boy's Corn Club for Felton and Garrison, and the Boy Scouts for Burnett
We want to see them with as large a following as Mia? Janie Carlington
has. Men, get busy and ?how the plucky canning club demonstrator that she
will have to hustle to keep ahead of you and your boy?.
With these great possibilities tn life and the future, so many men are
bending all their energies to make money, to make money, to make money,
getting a Potent repetition in this statement.- How much they could broaden
out it they would get out and mingle with their fellows a blt and break down
some of the prejudice existing between those living in different classes or
strata of society. Think thia over, men, and see what you-should do.
THE GREATEST RESULT OF THE WAR
The statement by David Lloyd-George, chancellor o? the exchequer, thal
"We are fighting Germany, Austria and drink, and so far as I can sec. UH
greatest of these three deadly Cssa is drink," is perhaps the stronger: state
ment yet mads against drink In. the realm ot temperance preachment. This
statement, be it remembered, was not made ny a minister of-tho Gospel, or a
temp?rance leader, whom, we would expect to make such a statment, but li
waa made by a cold-blooded business man, whose business ls to look after
the finances of a great nation at war. <,'
Continuing this financier said: "Tbave a growing conviction tfc?t nothing
but root and branch methods would be of the slightest avail In dealing with
thc evil. I believe that It ls the general feeling that if we are to settle Ger
man militarism wo Pt st of all must settle with drink." There is, therefore
strong possibility that out of this conviction, there will grow another prohi
bition nation. Russia set Uta pace and Uta people of all the world are aston
ished at the far -each,?g and beneficial results following this ?weeping order
banishing the Russian's beloved vodka. *
The United States la watching with greatest Interest the battle against In
toxicating beverages in the mother countries, and it seems tart one of the re
sults sure to follow is universal prohibition. And.1 If this result does follow
the war. terrible aa lt is, and destructive of lite and property, who will say
that lt were not better? May lt not be one of tho mysterious workings of
Providence to bring about a rasait which man is slow to undertake, or which
maa falls to accomplish?
Well, Soptus, say it and get lt out of your ayatexo. We viii stand a rea
sonable amona' of chaffing, and deserve lt, perhaps.
Thc Intelligencer expect.- some ot Its readers tb say now: "I told you BO,"
because the bond issue was defeated so overwhelmingly.
Newberry ia talking about organlsinj a chamber ot commerce, or at least
The Observer and Thi Her^o and Newe ure. and thia will soon result In an
organization, or we are nV/el. mistaken.
There eau bo no doubt about lt. the bon? issue in Andersen county has baan
settled. Not to, however. Vt Greenville and Richland counties, where expen
; re being started to test the ealldfty of 0> bonds voted
by thc legislatura.
o GRINS AND GROANS o
"I have to select a Rift. Suggest
something for a pai.* who have been
happily married for twenty-five
"What could be more suitable than
a loving cup fon a loving couple""
Quite the Reverse.
"Ha, the olot thickens," suggested
the Prime .Minister.
"Never in a comic opera," declared
th? funny old King.
And then the chorus dashed on.
Voice of Experience.
"I'm learning to make tudge and
taffy," said the prospective bride, "so
that I can please my husband with
some after we are wed."
"Fudge and taffy Lt v/bat the men
like," responded the cid married wo
man. "That 8Uit3 'em. whether you
make it or whether you talk it, ray
Keeps Getting Later.
Never too late to mend, they say.
Which may be so.
They put it off, though, day by day.
"It's a wonder nobody has ever
dramatized Robinson Crusoe."
"You're right. A one-part play like
that ought to be'Just the thing for a
Strata of 1815.
"Shame on you, husband, for bury
ing thoBfl demijohns and Jugs in the
ash pile. What will the future mau
think who olga them up?"
"Hell probably get rich selling the
quaint old pottery of a prehistoric
The "Hire-a-man" movement will
get along much better if abetted by a
"Don't refuse a Job" club.
Dues the Trick.
"This show ia intended to benefit
tho tired business man," explained
the manager. "It does the trick," re
plied Dustin 8tax. "It's the first two
hours sleet- I 'c bad in a long time."
Call In fae Censor.
Somebody's brain has been affected
by the sizzling sun ot Sudan.-Phil
. . ., - .
Letters From Officers and ?Caf
dets of Cortison Convey
President W. M.' r<lggs of Clemson
College; Col., M. Cummins,
commandant of cadets; and various
cadet officers have .written to the edi
; tor of The Intelligencer, the secre
tary of the chamber of commerce,
the mayor and others of the city ex
pressing appreciation of the treat
ment accorded * them during the en
campment here last week of the cadet
A Wier from Col.- Cummins reads
Mr. W. W. Smoak.
Editor The Anderson Intelligencer,
Anderson, S. C.
My Dear Mr. Smoak;
Permit me to expr?s? tc you my
sincere t!iA-.-.k.i for tho splendid no
tices you gave the corps of cadets in
your paper during our mojt pleasant
encampment in your city and for the
hospitality you extended to alb of ns
at that time.
The encampment was r.f great val
ue to all <n a military and a ?tocial
way and the effort? made, hy all An
dersonlans to make, our stay, pleas
ant ore appreciated beyond- the power
of words to e*pressv
The corps \x simply delighted with
Anderson and as our train left for thc
college, many were the expressions of
sorrow at departure that I heard.
J. M. CUMMINS.
A letter from Cadet George R.
Dviggs. editor in-chief of "Tho
Tiger," the weekly publication ot the
cadet corps, writes a letter in which
ho expresses bis appreciation of thc
hospitality shown the cadets by the
citizens of Anderson.
I Says No Plan .* Send General Scott
te th* American Border, .
WASHINGTON. March "3ft.-Presi
dent Wilson told his callers today
that he believed that the administra
tion is doing everything possiblo to
protect the Americans along the Mex
I?*?* border. The suggestion that Geu-i
erai Scott, chief o? staff of the Unit
ed States army, aright be sent to
Brownsville. Texas, to stop the fight
ing ot the Mexicana near the border
was met by the president with the
statement that there ls no pian for
VON KL!'CK LOSES
COMMAND OF ARMY
LONDON, March SO.-General . von
Kluck, the German commander who
led the advance into Franco and who
had been wounded recently, receivde
the injuries while recklessly inspect
ing the trenches at the most danger,
oua point of the weet?rn front after ? '
stormy interview with Emperor Wll
Mam. saya an Amsterdam dispatch to
Tho Express, which says it obtained
i tho information from ?ravelcro.
J lt vas learned from the same
source that the opinion la expressed
in Berlin that, as a result of the inci
dent. Emperor William ^oubl tAtrnst
the co m mo nd of -von KtoetVe aresy
[ to Privet ?Citel Fried?"lea.
Yes, these ?20 suits are go
Come in -and let's see wriy. .
.. .. . .-: . ; j : p
Note the perfect fitting
shoulders, the smooth front,
the clean back, the hang of
the sleeves, the right waist
^i^w^Ck JtmtPm?%i line-note the whole effect
^J?i?^f m[ Jp anc* *ne a*r 01 distinction.
^^SjS^^*^ Then note that a twenty dol
TpB3^ lar note does the rest. But
/^Sj^ of course at $ 15 and $ 18 oili
er showing is correspondingly
Oxfords, hats and all haber
dashery now ready for the
^Th.'SiMcagi * (um* ?r<<
Capital City News
SpcoKil to Tbc Intelligencer.
COLUMBIA. March 30.-Dr. J. S. j
Abbott, chemist in charge of thc
bureau of food and drug control of
the United States bureau of chemis
try at Washington held a conference
today with Commissi ter Watson.
Chlor Inspector F. M. Sloan and
Chief Chemist A. C. Summers with
reference to the plan of campaign to
be carried out by tho South Carolina
department and with a view of co
operating with them. With Dr. Ab
bott were W. G. Campbell, of Wash
ington, chief of the United States
Food and Drug inspection in the eas
tern district; Inspector Marks, in
charge of South Carolina? Georgia
and Florida, abd Dr. McGee, in
charge of the United States labora
tory at Savannah. A cooperative sys
tem to handle the pure food problem
was perfected and the State depart
ment of agriculture and the federal
chemist agreed upon a plan cf inspec
tion of food.
United States Senator* B. R. Till
man stopped over In the citr today on
his way home from Rock Jilli where
he attended a meeting of the Win
throp beard of trustees last night.
The senator was looking remarkable
well and showed much of his old timo
fire and vigor. He had very little to
say for publication, but did commend
Governor Manning on bis appoint
ment of A. W. J one 3 chairman of
the state tax commission. The senior
senator declined to express any opin
ion ou the state warehouse syatem
cr the plans of Senator McLaurin
for financing cotton. Senator Till
man left for his home in Trenton thia
WAHRES A. CASTES
Estimable nilsen of Hopewell Sec
Mr. Warren A. ^ Cartee, of the
Hopewell auction or the county. Pass
ed away at 2.o'clock yesterday morn
ing, after., an illness of several days.
He was 63 ye&r.* of age. Mr. "Cartee 1
'ls survived by his wife.
The funeral services will be held
this morning at ll o'clock at Hope
well church, conducted by the F.?iv.
O. L. Martin.
FOOD SOURING IN
.*'Pap**e Diapepain" ends all atom*
ach distress ?a five
Wonder what upset your stomach
which portion of .the food did. the dam
age-io you? Well, dpoH bother. If
yo-.r stomach Is In a revolt; if sour,
gassy and upset, and what you Just
ate has., fermented into stubborn
lumps; head dlsty and aches; belch
gases and acids and' eructate , undi
gested food; breath.foul, tongue coat
ed-Just take a little Papa's Diapep
Bin and In five minutes, you -wonder
what became of Ute indigestion and I
Millions of man and women today
know that it is seedless tn have a bad
stomach. ' A little Diapepsin occas
ionally keeps this delicate organ reg
ulated and they eat .- their favorite
cods without fear.
. If your stomach doesn't take care
ot your liberal limit without rebel
lion; if year r>?d ls a damage in
stead of a help, remember the quick
est,, surest, most harmless relief ls
Pane's Diapepsin which costa only
fifty cents for a largs cane at drug
stores, it's truly wonderful-it di
gesta food and sets things straight,
ec gently and easily that lt is really
astonishing. Please, for' your sake,
don't gi? on and od with a weak, dis
ordered stomach; lt's so unnecessary.
The Spot Cash Grocery is the only place
in town where no mistakes are made, in ac
counts. In this store you get just what you
When you buy oil trom us at 10c per gallon you get4 full quarts.
When you buy a 10c article you get it for 9c.
If rt is a 25c article you get it for 23c and so on all tho way
.We expect to stay in the ring to the finish. We are not so big but
we can deliver tho goods. Have you seen our meat department. We
keep the best frest meats to he had anywhere. *
Fresh Pork Sausage, per lb.15c
Fine mixed Sausage, two lbs for ... .... .2&e
Best Steaks and Roaats, per lb ...... .ISe
\ Boiled Ham, Liver Sausage, Hog Jowl, etc., cheap.
Sliced Cured Ham and Break? tat Bacon.
Sliced New York Roil Better ' han Ham.
We deliver g< tods promptly.
The Spot Cash Grocery
J. P. NoblcU. M?r.
i' . " -- '?'
121 N. Main
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"THE G?M^SE GIRL"
"EXPLOITS OF ELAINE"
and *. - ^ J ',
"KIG CAME AND WILD LIFE IN INDIA AND AFRICA"
This is a hummer and the children will enjoy it greatly.
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f We also have an orchestra thai plays?
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