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THE ANDERSON INTELLIGENCER
FOUNDED AUGUST I. 1***.
14o Wc Ht Whit uer Street.
Ah'DfciiSO.N, S. C.
W. W. SMOAK. Kditor and Hus. M?r
B. ADAMS.Managing Editor.
I* M. OLE.\'N.City Kill tor
PHELPS BABBBEN, Advertising; Mgr-1
T. B. GODFREY.Circulation Mgr.
Sobered as second-class matter Ap
ril 28. 1914, at tho pout office at An
derson, South Carolina, under thu Act
ot Mlirch 3, 1879.
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o 0Ult DAILY POEM, o
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.The dayB grow shorter, the nights
grow longer; . -
Tho headstones thicken ulong the
And life grows sadder, but love grows
For those who wulk with us day by
The tear comes quicker, the laugh
The courage ls lesser to do and
And the tide of Joy in thc heart falls
And sdtdoni covers the rr/;fs or
: And all true things in the world seem
And the better things of earth seem
And friends are dearer, as friends are
And love is all as our sun dips west.
. Then let us clasp hands as we talk to
And let us speak softly in love's
For no mnn knows, on the morrow,
We two pass on-or but on?\ alone.
-?LLA WHEELER WILCOX.
MrT8 RAINING VIOLETS.*'
Very oftet/ ono feels that lurk ls
against hlni-'-that the clouds ure rain
ing rain that is unpleasant and un
just. It often seems thut there are
days when "everything goes dead
wrong'* and try as one may they will
not come right. It may be that there
ls something unkind being said about
one or one's friend, und there is no
good way to got at it and got lt cor
. reeled bofore irreparable Injury is
done the good name or the person at
tacked. It may bo that there aro mis
understandings and misjudgments of
one's efforts und that turn ns one-may
there stands a stone wall. *.Ve can
?rest assured, however, that right will
prevail, md that those who do
wickedly Will be rewarded in kind.
Out, ofter all the attitude of the
mind is what counts, and lt depend?
on the motive within us to Whether or
not it Is "raining rain" or violets. The
following little verses express .- this
conceit in simple and effective man
TS 1sn"t raining rain to me.
In ever,/ dimpled drop ? seo
Wild flowers.on the hills.
Tho clouds of }?r.ay engulf the day
And overwhelm the town;
..-n't raining rain to me, .
lt's raining rotes down.
It Isn't raining rain to mo.
t fields Of clover bloom.
Where- any buccaneering bec
Catt And n bcd and room.
A healtii unto the happy.
A fig for him who frets!
lt isn't raining rain to me,
It's raining violeto!
CO EASY THKBE, NF.IOBllOR.
The ?Anderson Intelligencer wants
to annex Clemson College and parts
of Plckeur. and Oconee Counties to
Anderson County, Anderson Connty is
already larger than either Pickens
or Oconee County, bot lt's Just like
some people to want a hog everything
)n sight. We do not' believe we want
to get. mixed np with that bunch in
Anderson that .wants to run every
thing, and lt we are not mistaken
the Oconeo people voled against it the
only,time they ever got the. chance.
The Pickens Sentinel.
ANBEKSON'S LIVE SECRETARY.
For downright energy und hard
work, and thu capacity fur getting
around difficulties, and conting up
smiling, there are few persons super
lor lo the secretary of the local
chamber of commerce, Porter A.
\\'lm:i . Having to Come int? elose
contad with all kinda ot people in all
kinda ot coud it ions and vii' varying
chances of fun une he impresses one
in 'oil Hi" Joli " ti oin ' ? arly morn tili
. (. wey ? ve." AH a result of his lohora
Anderson has uchlcvcd ^oine really j
notable suce HM S and lr helped
to bring to the city many of the as
ets of a live and rowing metropolis.
AH with anyone who uchivves sue
?ees?s, a live commercial secretary
makes enemies, or meets wit li persons
who do not Hen the vallie of his ser
vi. Hut fur real service to a < ctn
liiunily there nr<- fev who eau do
more than u ?nun in this position to
!iulld u|> a community, and there is no
man whoso efforts many tim? s seem
Ingly are tor naught and unclean'.
But, tho growth of the city for which
he labors is reward enough for the
man who toils In season and out of
eaton for Its growth and upbuild
ing. And tho capacity for doing good
in smh position is limited only by the
ability Ml the man on Hie Job. Here'fl
luck to Anderson's live secretary -
may he always succeed in What ho
undertaken when lt is right.
A <;?M?1> TRAINING.
The work being done lo educate the j
negro children of Anderson indus- !
trially was demonstrated yesterday in
the parade of schools which occurred
in thc carrying out of the program
us announced tor field day. Makin?:
brooms may seem to be a small task,
but to make a good broom requires
expert skill, and ability to stick to It
till tho mysteries of broom making |
are mastered. In this thc negro boys
trained lu tho schcol In Anderson to"
make good brooms, are at the same
time being trained to malee good citi
zens when they grow to be men. .Any
man who is muster ot a good trude,
and will ply lt, is matter nu well of
himself, und will deserve to succeed
Just In proportion to the industry
which marks his career. We com
mend the good work of this school,
und the teachers who are giving the ?
menta' und Industrial training ~ to
make good citizens.
HANKS ON HOM? ELECTION.
The fact that Anderson County did
not vote for the. good roads bonds
niUBt not be taken us uu Indication
that Anderson is not a progressive
County -a sign that she does not need
roads. While the result is a disap
pointment to 'hose who had wished
to see the' good roads movement as a
wliole given a nig Impetus, yet au
analysis of the situaron shows that
there was a popular misunderstand
ing .which was traded upon to lirin?
about the defeat of the bill. The per
sonality of the couiailss ou. tho loca
tion of the mads, nit such things
The sams thing would have hap
pened in almost any other county;
livery man who does not have a new
road run all around his house will
have a grouch and a few .grouches,
even the old chroi.V.s. can do a lol of
harm anil sot back a community or
a county for a whole generation.
With Greenville County going ahead
with her good roads, Anderson Doun*
ty will surely suffer. For it will now
be some years before Anderson Coun
ty can be persuaded to take any
stepR to make permanent' Improve
ment in her highways. The present
supervisor has done the best he could
to keep up about KOO miles of roads,
luit there ls nothing but a permanent
road that will ever be of service tn
a muddy, hilly county.- The Colum
NO BONOS EOK AN OE II SI IN.
The proposition to Issue S??o.OOO
worth of bends to build better roads
In Anderson County got a real thor
ough knockout. It appears to have
had almost no frlonds nt all. An ad
verse vote of 14 to 1 or thereabouts
ls seldom recorded against anything
that anybody run start, but Ander
son County seems to have had about
that little use for going into more
debt just ut ibis time.
It Is to be hoped, however, that
this vote is no index to Anderson
County's appreciation nf the meuning
of good roads, bul only an expres
sion of disapproval on the plan of
going heavily into dc?n for them. If
not In Hint way. still such a county
ns Anderson ought to determine to
have good roads and go after them
by some method, even li on the pay
as-you-go plan.-Spartanburg Herald.
NEEO IT IN COLUMBIA.
Col. William Banka of the Columbia
Record is kicking becauso preachers
do not pray for newspaper editors.
Maybe since moving ba?kfo Columbia
the Colonel feels the need of prayer
more than when he resided In the
Piedmont-The Pickens Sentinel.
ALSO THE "BRAINIEST."
' The, Anderson Intelligencer says
that Mr. W. W. Long ia ymo of the
State's biggest men. and The Intel
ligencer tnight have added "brainiest."
-The Greenwood Journal.
Postpone Publication of Note.
Washington. April 1 .-lt waa an
nounced today a? the request of lb?
British foreign office that the Ameri
can note to England would not tx1
publish?) until the'morning of April
BRING GOOD I RICE
(CONTINU !) !'IlO>l PACE ONE.)
ii? th< meeting <!ti account <.! hi? ab
sence, Out go ahead and ink.- what
uv? ?. notion !t thought bout with re
ference t*i the bids for i ho paving
. II i iii".< ates "nil it would be agreeably
Mr. d'orbe, who wai BM U'lillC
cos mi bidder on tue city'? pav!n>
honds hold Wednesday, appeared be
fore ih<? Joint meeting and explained
that after iii" '??ile ol hoinls Wedm . -
day he lea ned that the citj would
have a Quantity of paving certificate?
im- san- thu ince bi? house made a
specialty nf buying* securities of mis
nature he decided t<? wiro his Com
pany for permission tu make a bid
on thc certificates while In th.- city.
Mr. George .vi i that his heute im
mediately authorized lum tn make a
bid on tho certificates." rite agent
then made a proposition to the J;ii:??
in? l iing, offering them far and nc*
crued Interest for Lite certificates, t
being understood that the certificates
a:<' to bear int: rC3l a t''o rat*- of *"
pe.- cent, payable semi-annually ami
to he Issued serially one to ten years!
tallowing thc stating i-f Mr?.
?"Irorge's . proposal, council and tba
commission discussed it ut length,
after which thc following resolution,
proposed by Alderman Spearman,
Resolved, That the mayor appoint
a committee of three, including him
self, to confer with thc city attor
ney, and Investigate Hie t-iit-tiuu ?.''
tho city entering into a contracl io
sell the atreet paving certificates
when they shall or may bo Issued)
and to make such contract for thc ? Ity
for the sale of ?aid ct rtiftcalee, when
they shall or may be Issued, 'f they
deem tho. sane advisable, ?rrJ lde,d
same shall not be sold fur loss than
par together With al! accrued Inter
cst, and subject to this provision said
committee is authorized ro make tlc
contract on. luch terms au they maj
deem advisable, and aa ibo city :.t
tomey may advise shall bc legal.
The bidder was aiivisod tir?t V.:
paving, certificates do not exist now
and that they can bc i tau? d only af
ter thc assessment roll? for thc va
lieus streets to bc paved have been
drawn up and approve.!. Any eon
tract entered into, therefore, with n
forenc: to the paving certificate
would bc for future di livery ol' th;
The resolution having bf 'n adopt
od, the mayor uppOljate'd on this com
mittee Alderman Spearman. Dobblm
und Carte*. This committee with thc
mayor and Acting City Attorney Kr
peft P. Cochran met with Mr.
George after thc Joint session i-f r'ly
council and thc paving commission
and Mr. George stated that lie would
raise his bid for the paving certi
ficate;- by aildinn a premium of $100.
lt was then that Mr. ("corgi.- wa
told that lt would be unw.ao fer
council to sell tho certificates With
out giving other brokers and bank
era interested in such securities an
opportunity ?r biudin? on the certi
Help to Make Men far Seri ?cc in Ar
mies of England.
I'J NI JON. April I.-Tho British
Salvation Army has given ten thous
ind of its inert to tho Hritish army.
These men are either at the front or
In training; In addition, tho Salva
tionists* social institute^ have train
i'd a thousand men who on presentinc
t'K-msi-.lvofi were unfa physically OP'"
morally fo 'militai-:.' life, but arc po*?
up ft standard.
I On? Salvationist officer baa fou
j nm:; wijth thc colora and a (laugh
ter on Ked Crosa duty at the front.
This daughter lu herself a Sal vantUm
1st captain. Shs is rnly ono of the
many Salvationists Working with f;<
hospital corpa at the iront. A dozer
motor ambulances are manned cn
tirely,' from drlver.i to attendants
with member?. Tho first five of these
ambulances wore purchased out of s
fund of $i2,.".iio rahed by -Salvation
ists' In addition to the ?nm of neany
$20,0ou for the Prince of Wales' fund
So e?hclcnt hus been thc management
of tho Salvation ambulances that ca
p? the men waa entrusted to the com
mand of a complete ambulance sec
tlon of 21 cars belonging to the regu
lar corps. .x'-A?
AND CASTOR OIL
If cross, feverish, constipated,
give "California Syrup of
Kool, back at your childhood days.
Remembc- tho "dose" mother insisted
on-castor oil. calomel, cathartic:.
How you hated them, how you fought
against taking them. j
With onr children lt'? different.
Mother?' who cling to the old form of
physic simply don't realize what they
do. The caldron's revolt la well
founded. Their tender little "insides"
are Injured by them.
If your eh lld'a stomach, liver and
howies- need,cleansing, give only dell
clous -'California Syrup of Figs." lt?
action ls positive, but gentle. Millions
of mothers keep this harmless ''fruit
laxative" handy; they know children
love to tike lt; that it. never falls to
nloan the' liver and bowels and sweet
en the diomneh,'and that a teaspoon
ful jiivon today saves a eick child to
Ask your druggist for a .S0-cent bot
tle of "California Syrup ot Pigs."
which has full directioaa for babies,
children of all ages and for *,?-own-ups
Plainly on each bottle. Beware, of
counterfeits sold here. So? thai, it It
made by. "California Fig Syrup Com
pany." Refuse any other hind ?vltb
BRAIN EXPERT TALKS :
WITH LOCAL PARTIES
DR. J. W. T. DUVEL SEES
GREAT FUTURE FOR ?E
GRAIN ELEVATOR H?-RE
THE GRAIN MARKER
Of Ihe Piedmont Section of the
State Will Ec Anti.non He j
Dr. J. W. T Dun .. of lUo na- j
Monal <1> j an UM r.! of ag ?culture, uni i
>>i thc greatest authority's in th? |
Country Oil U?0 prcil^ratlpil Ol gruinji
Cor inarkeUng, [peat hiion while
in the elly .*;t night ?a conforch? .
with Mr, Edward li. Richards, ?vito
arrived her. front North Dakota ul
few days, ; inc. to laue i lia ge of the
grain elevator which' is in process of
.rei lion hi re.
irr. Duvet cum a to And rson from
Cir em wood with l'rof. W. W. Long, j,
state ugent of the Farmern ('popera- |
Five Demonstration nu?! Extension
Work, for tho purpose ?.f conferring
.viui Mr. Richards and others Inter
ested with reference to the subj' ct
ol marketing grain. After a briet
:onfurenc(] with Mr. Richard . Dr.
Du vol and l'rof. Long left for Green,
Dr. Du wi and Prof, Long .discuss*
ed with -Mr. ftlchards various .Mat
ter; pertaining to freight ratea on
^ i aili and the marketing <.; :;rain.
pr. Duval wa- Impressed by the'
building of the elevator hore", and
stated that this gruln eb ?. dor would
maka ?nderson tho grain luarkef "f
thy Piedmont sectldo of the State,
and that prie-; for grain would be
!. ;..-tl here. Dr. Duvol was i '* thc ,
opinion that tho gram elevator ls g -
51*ii t!> prove one of th > beal luvest?
ments Anderdon has evr known.
Doing over the clans for the ele
vator; Di*. Duvet suggested U. Mr. <
Richardo certain alterations or addi
tions tn the plana, recommending tho
installation of a clipper and a feed
mill. At a meeting pf stockhol d< . .
interested in the project, which will ,
be lund in tho near future, tLc sug
gestions of D.-. Dm* 1 will' be
brought up and action take:, regard
ing the sumo.
Can This Seer
Read Your Life?
Many Prominent People
Say That She Can.
Crowds Continue To Call
The Richi Poor. Exalted ami Humble
Seek Her Advice oil liOsiuess, Mar
riuge. Friends, Enemies) Changes?
Speculation Love Affairs; Journeys
und All Events ol Life,
The test of one s popularity id thc
measure of their usefulness in the
practical everyday things of life, and
it is because her active and unusual
psychic power and marvolous insight |
into burnau life and destiny have
proven of permanent and practical
-assistance to those who have ton
suited her timi Zorada Izmar. the
great psychologist, who la perma
nently located al -IOS N. McDufile St.,
is kept busy, long after oihee hours.
wiii&U are from 10 a. m. until S p.
There is nothing of the Gipsy about
her readings; tile truths that tire told
you are so startling and they come in
such i|ulek rotation that ono ls mysti
fied. She is a woman of excellent edu
cation, u fluent and interesting talker
and one whoso knowledgeof her par
ticular line is without an equal. lier
nadln ns aro acknowledged by the
preBs and public to be of tho highest
She ia one of the favored persona
to whom by the gift of .nature, baa
been ?ranttd j. the dominance of tho
soul-mind. Through her marvelous
powers she leads yon UM m tno by
ways of misapplied efiort and directs
i youl footsteps along the paths of
?your natural adaptations.
Through her wonderful ability to
draw, aside the curtain which hidea
ihe vista of the future from our view,
as well as her ability to read what
has been written in the archives ot
the past, she cati at once. tell you
whether tho troubles ovar- which you
brood are real or fancied.
. If marriages, sickness, changes,
travels, divorces, reparutions, law
suits, business transactions, willa,
deeds, mortgages.- lost or stolen prop
erty, tilden treasures, lost or absent
friends interest you. Ii you care to
know what you should do to be suc
cessful and whom to avoid when to
buy and when to ?ell stocks, cte., If:
you desire to have your., domestic,
troubles removed, your tost love re
stored, your bitterest >aeraics con
verted to staunch friends. In a word,
whatever may be your troubles, sus
picions or desires, call on this gifted
woman and she will send.you away
happier, wiser and bolder than ever
You need have no fear ot unpleas
ant surroundings, or having your
.'-.This grent Life Render's parlors at
408 NT. McDurtle St. are so. arranged
that yon "meet no stranger*. ' Special
reading" for this, week ?octs,
A.n Authentic Assortment of
?^r^E VE a cheery and comprehensive collection of
smart Easter apparel to lit you out for the
Spring style revival.
The very flower of style in suits-?ne-butt?n
models with broad lapels and high-waisted effects,
patch pockets and cuffs on sleeves, low and high
gorge waistcoats, snug-and-slim trousers.
Fashioned of the fabrics most popular with
young men of all ages--tartans, Glen Urquahards,
stripes, plaids, serges, tweeds and homespuns
beautifully tailored by Michaels, Stern & Co. $15
to $25. " ...
B-O-E Special Suits $10 to $25.
You can COMPLETE your Spring outfitting
from our equally illustratious lot of hats, haber
dashery, shirts, socks, shoes, underwear and al)
dress accessories. We hope youll come while
our stock's at its best-AT YOUR EARLIEST i,
Order hy Parcel Post; We Prepa$
The Store with a Consciace*
Frank Turnor Wounded John Lornas
u( the Hun?e nf n Ihirot?cl Last
Frank Turner und John Lomax
gaged lu a row ut thc home of one
Bos*lo Dutch, on Kast Wardlaw
street, last night about 10:30 o'clock,
with thp result that Lomax received
a bullet wound in the arm from a pis
tol with which Turner tired at him
three times. The matter waa reputed
to tho police,, who rushed to tho . ( ;> . '
hut not in time to cast the '.dragnet
over Turner, who beat a ba.-ty re
treat after the shooting. Lotur.x wan
carried to tho ?hospital,, wheru he was
given treatment. Th.* wound lu not
thoi/Rlu to be a serions one,'
Both men aro from the-?omit ry. it
li said. Last night Joh?) Lomax wa?
calling nnun nessie "Dntrb, th.< story
goes, when Frank Turner carno tn.
Turner IK ?aid to have rie?>"*nded to
know of'-Lom.oS what sl vw doitfjg
there paying court.to hi* "nigh yal
ler." Words aro said to hive ensiled
between the nun ?nd that Loaiax
reached fur a chair, which he evident
ly tulended to uaexon Tumor's ana
tony. But before lennox could wield
tho chair it is said, Titnipr 4rif ?
forth his 42-cent metro nud took a
trio of shots at. his would be as
sailant. Only one of the Poole took
Privares Stuart ' and Dr'ekel? re
sponded tt> ?he call, but were unable
to bog tho game for winch they
fWt?ACBACHE KiO'JOS Ai-0 ->l,<OQKw
Nineteenth Annual Convention
AMERICAN COTTON MANUFACTURES
Memphis, Tenn,, April 13-14, 1915.
Tickets on sale April IO, ll and 12, lbvted to return April 24, 1015.
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