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?BE ANDERSON INTELLIGENCER
FOUNDED AUGUST i, tm
ll? Wesi Wlttaer ?te*e4
AMPMSOH, B. C I
W. W. 8MOAK, Editor ?nd Btu. Mgr
lr. M. GLENN.City Editor
PHELPS SAS8EEN, Advert?ale* Mgr
T. B. OODFS.3Y.OironlaUoa Mgr.
?atered ea aecond-claas matter Ap
ril 28, 1914, at the poet office at An
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o ONE OF ANDERSON'S NEEDS, o
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a Deairaetlon of all hammers by o
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? OUR DAILY FOE*. al
Oh, a word is ? gem, or stone, or a]
Or a flame, or a two-edged aword;
Or a rose In bloom, or a aweet per
Or a drop of gall is a word.
You may choose your word like a|
And poliah it up with art,
But the word that sways, and stirs,
ls the word that comes from the I
You may work on your word a thous- j
But it will not glow like ons
That, ali unsought, leaps forth white- j
When the fountains of feeling run.
For the word that comes from the
Alone to U?o brain will speed;
But the word that aways, and stirs, j
Oh, that ia the word men heed.
-Ella Whe^er Wilcox in Ainslee's.
BUY ilT KOW.
For more than a year the habit of
aelf-denioi has been practised by the
American people. Whatever may
have been1 wanted either lu the homo,
tho farm or the shop, the inclination
has been to refrain from purchasing.
To save, not to a^end has been the j
The moment hos come to reverse I
the practice. The slogan which will j
lead to prosperity la Buy It Nowt
Never waa lt truer than at ?.ila
moment that. the prosperity of Oils
o/juplo 1B In Uielr own honda By
(h<?ir own act they can hasten the
end ot the exiting depression sud
?peed the arrival of unexampled pros
perity. That end and that arrival1
are certain to come In any event, bit
a widespread determination to cast
off the fetters which doubt and ap
p^vhenaloa have put upon tut ia the
past will hasten the day.
Tho war, coming fast on tho heels
c! new tariff legislation spread far
nd wldo tho seeds ot business dls
t and individual apprehension pf
times. Thrift, a, virtue In its
nt?ceXwa* carried to the point ot
...ir.ol, itv became vice. Prudence
developed into niggardliness; men
ordinarily forehanded became misers ;
? t maxim waa amended io
read: "Take care o? the ponnioa and
lock up the dellars out of use."
The result boa been a financial
stringency, new happily fast disap
pearing, and business deprivion for
which no reason tonger foists. It
ia time for ppopie again to resnme the
babita of life and of business Which
tuar?etedited Americans before this
depression set in. We do not coun
sel extra vagen ce, bat wc insist that
alggardlidesa la no longer either nec
essary or helpful-not even to the
person practising; it If every, teador
of this pspfcr, tor example, would
loosen to the channel ot trade 810 la
the ne.it two : wnaks for thing? the
really n'eedV but hove, though fear
th a future.'.been trying to do without?
(hey would he better off, basiaess
would' ho appracJobly stimulated, and
8 TO FS FIVE MI* IT EH.
How impressive to those oo the
trains of the Southern Hallway yes
terday afternoon at 4:30 o'clock when
the wheels came to a full atop and for
five minutes stood quiet and still
a tribute to the worth of one of the
great men ot the South. For more
than the average period allotted to
man, for work, Col. A. B. Andrews
labored for the upbuilding of the
South, and used his powerful intel
lect and forceful personality to pro
mote and advance his native section
In an Industrial way. Choosing rail
road work, he mastered it, and was
recognised as a leader. He, like
Caesar who thrice refused the crown,
put away ambition and chose to labor
second In command because he felt
that the other work need e younger
man, though he waa importuned to
become president of the great railway
As the Columbia State says: "The
South could use a regiment of men
like A. B: Andrews, but men of his
sort are bred only two or three in a
JOHN BUNNY BETTER.
There will he general rejoicnig that
John Bunny ia better. Wherever the
moving picture ts shown Butmy ls
known, and It was with feelings ot
regret that lt was feared a recent at
tack would prove fatal. Bo lt is with
relief and rejoicing that lt becomes
known that he is better end will pos
sibly get well. A promoter ot laugh
ter end fun, with clean wit and whole
some humor, he has left an impress
on the American people few persons
The Intelligencer la in receipt of a
valuable bulletin from Commissioner
E. J. Watson dealing with "Legume
Inoculation with NItro-Culture." The
general assembly at the last session
Instructed the commissioner ot agri
culture, commerce end Industries to
err?nge with reputable manufacturers
for the supply of inoculation material
to the citizens ot the State at a rea
sonable cost or to manufacture lt. He
has arranged to secure high grade
nitro-cultures at a cost of forty cents
per acre, including delivery charges,
ead he Is now reedy to fill! orders.
It ls hoped that the farmers of ute
State will avail themselves ot this op
portunity to secure this culture at so
reasonable a price end thet many
acres will he Inoculated.
.VIOLATION OF OATH.
Attention has been called to what
came near hoing a serious conse
quence following e general election in
one of the towna tn the lower: part of
the State quite recently. A primary
election had been held a couple ot
weeks prior to the general electtor
and the voto tor the proposition waa
carried overwhelmingly. Subsequent
to the primary election and before the
general election lt ab pea ra that tho
sentiment of some ot those support
ing the measure in the palmary had
changed. A coalition waa had with
the neg*-o voters ot th? town end
enough ot these, with the focty odd
white voters who had sworn to sup
port the nominees of the party at thc
primary, voted against what they sup
ported and SWORE TO SUPPORT IN
THE CENERL ELECTION, almost de
feat lt With such sentiment lying
donnant In the breasts ot white mea,
what hhpe have wo that the elections
In South Carolina will ever he above
reproach. How easy it will be in a
few years to have a party Join with
the negroes and ont vote the white
But the main poinc in this matter
ls that there ls absolutely no rule in
the party, nor lew in the loud, to
prevent or to punish such bose viola
tion ot the pjarty rules. It occurs to
The Intelligencer that som? strong
rule of the party should he adopted
to dial with just such a cc adit lon" of
affairs. The punishment shovd be
so severe that' it would act aa o de
terrent in future coses. A white.utan
-a Democrat-who would do such
should be disfranchise i and not al
lowed to vote again as a Democrat
Such punishment would not he too
severe for the Judas Iscariote ot tho
party. Or, falling to have a party
rulo strong enough to cope with this
situation,' there should be a lew en
acted to safeguard the purity of one's
oath and to protect a community
from such an outrage.
The Beaufort Cosette commenting
on this occurrence comes out boldly
and contratos the action of these men
lu so uncertain terms. Among other
things The Case tte soys editorially:
But he Would rather have the old
?rder continued If tire could thereby
restore the Integrity of the. forty
waite Dem?crata who disregarded
-? sworn obtfeettons cu the outlet
H It ta a calamity to any southern
community to have one fifth of lt?
white Democratic votera ready to do
this In order to carry' an election.
It la unpleasant to have to denounce
the acts of our fellow citizens, but it
becomes a duty at times. To sit
supinely by in the face of party faith
lessness, would be to play false to the
good nome of the community.
The community cannot afford to
turn away from and Ignore such a con
dition as being an uni?easant subject,
any more than a man can afford to ig
nore a disease of his body.
It may be possible or it may . im
possible for the Democracy ci *be
county and tho town to purge itself of
this condition. But the self respect of
these Democratic organizations* de
mands that they take some action,
and the self respect of the community
requires that its opinion be expressed
in unmistakable terms.
The basis of any political order, of
any government, of any party ls the
integrity and loyalty of its members.
Where these elements are lacking de
moralization will result.
In Window Dressing Promises To
Be Largely Patronized
Thc window dressing contest to ??
held Thursday under the auspices
of the Anderson Ad Club promises
to be' one of the most interesting
events in the commercial world or
this agreement* "We, the under
signed bereby agree to enter the win
dow trimming contest promoted by the
Anderson Ad Men's club, to bc held
April 22, 1915. No admission fee is to
be charged and three prizes will be
given, known as first, second and
third,," has been signed by the fol
Gelsberg Bros. Shoe Co.
Fant's Book Store.
Evans Pharmacy No. 2.
W. H. Lyon.
Marchbanka & Babb.
Walter H. Keeso & Co.
lt. W. Trlbble.
' B; 0. Evans & Co. *
Carrlngton's Ice Creani Parlor.
Mrs. J. C. Holleman.
Southern Public Utilities Co.
Comb Sage Tea In
Lifeless, Gray Hair
If Mixed With Sulphur It Darkens ]
So Naturally Nobody
Grandmother kept her bair beauti
fully darkened, glossy and abundant
with a brew or Sage Tea and Sulphur.
Whenever her hair fell out or took
on that dull, faded or streaked ap
pearance, this simple effect. By ask
ing at any drug store tor "Wyeth's
Sage and Sulphur Compound," you
will g?t a large bottle ot this old-time
recipe, ready to use, tor about. 50
cents. This simple mixture can be
depended upon to restore natural
color and beduty to the hair and IR I
splendid tor dandruff, dry, itchy scalp
and falling hair.
A well-known downtown druggist j
says everybody uses Wyeth's Sage
and Sojphur, because lt darkens ao
aaturrily and evenly that nobody can
tell it hee been applied-lt's so easy
to use, too. -You simply dampen a
comb or soft brush and > draw it
through the hair, taking one strand
at a time. By morning the gray hair
disappears; after another applica
tion or two, lt is restored to ita nat-1
ural color and looks glossy, soft and |
Down in Hind Unable to Werie. |
an? What Helped Her.
Summit Point. W. Vs.-Mrs. Aaa?
Bane Emey, of this place, says: ''I But
tered for 15 years with an awful pain is
my light aide, caused from womanly
trouble, and doctored lots for it, but with,
out success. I suffered so very much.
Inst I became down in mind, and as help
less as a baby. I was in the worst kind
of shape. Was unable to do any work.
I began taking Cardul, the woman's
tonic, and got relief from the very first
dose.* By the tune I had taken 12 bot
tles, my health v. as completely restored.
S am now 48 years years old, but feel as
good as 1 did whea only 16.
Cardul certainly saved ase from losing
?y mind, and 1 feel it my duty to speaS
i Its favor. I wish I Hat some power
om noor, suffering women, and could
maier; then know the good ii wc-.ud do
If j ou suffer from say of the ailments
peculiar to women, it wUl certainly be
worth your while to give Cardul a nial,
ft has been helping weak women for
more tea 50 years, and wfD help you,
Try CarduL Your druggist setts IL
pt?\wfwfvim$ tm jrottr caa*a m
THSSBMS (or woman."* In i
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Our ^Indian" will celt en ?low pay.
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That ls hb husmeas.
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- Anderson, 8. C.
Clean your liver and constitpaled
bowels tonight and
Get a 10-cent box now.
Are you keeping your liver, stomach
and bowels clean. n'ire and fresh with
Cascareis-or merely forcing a paa
Begeway every few days with salts,
cathartic pills or castor oil? Thia ls
Cascarete immediately cleanse the
stomach, remove the sour, undigested
and fermenting food and foul gasea;
take the excess bile from the Uvea and
carry out of the system the consti
pated waste matter and poison in the
' No odda how sick, headachy, Ml
IOUB and constipated you feel, a Caa
caret tonight will straighten you out
by morning. They work while you
aleep. A 10-cent box from your drug
gist will keep your head clear, stom
ach sweet and your liver and bowela
regular for months. Don't forget the
children-their little insides need a
gentle cleansing, too.
With two full-fledged and separate
attractions, carrying 14 artists, the
management of The Palmetto is pass
lng out to the theatre-going public of
Anderson this week, for the meagre
and uniform price of 10 and 20 cents,
one of the very best ahowa of the
kind that has ever come to thc
Instead of booking the uaal tab
company this week, .Manager Pinkston
went in for a double-header and is of
fering thia week both tabloid and vau
deville. His tabloid 8how is put up by
"MuoK's Musical Comedy and Blue
Ribbon Girls." while the vaudeville
attraction ia "The Four Grahams."
The Palmetto showed to recora
houses at all performances yesterday,
and to say that the patrons of the
house were pleased ia expressing it all
too mildly-they wege de-lighted, with
the Teddy F.oosavelt accent. Thc mus
ical comedy company ia composed of
ten of the cleverest tabloid players
that have appeared on the stage In
Anderson this season. As a clean
show, lt ia a model. Pretty girls, who
dance and sing splendidly wear their
beautiful and varied costumes grace
fully, and put their offering across
the footlights with a vim, are the
strong card of tho company. There la
a comedian who ia about as rich as
they make them, and bis protrayul
y ea ter day of a black-face was admir
able. The playa aparkles with new
songs, funny jokes and excellent danc
ing. In fact, the show carrier "Elliott
and Elliott," two special artists who
do ell the latest things in dancing,
auch aa the tango, hestitation, fox
Aa for the vaudeville, the Foin)
Grahams are without parellel in any
thing of the kind that has been seen
here. They are heralded aa big vaude
ville circuit acr?bata, and they ap
pear to be all that. Two youngsters,
who are remarkable well developed
for children, and a man and a wo
man make up the quartette. The
youngsters pull off a boxing match |
that is really one of the cleverest i
stunts that has been seen here in
many moons. As a .matter? of fact,
the Palmetto has done itself proud
this week and ia giving: the people of
Anderson a show for 10 and 20 cents
that ia really worth 50 cents.
Lovers of Mrs. Augusta Evans Wil
son's books, and especially that in
tensely interesting story "St Elmo"
should not fail to attend Th? Ander
son Th'atre tonight, for the play
taken from that book will be render
ed by the Fountain Stock company.
This company yesterday entered up
on its second week at The Anderson,
and Judging from the eire of thc au
dience that turned out to greet them
last night they gre highly' appreciat
ed. The "Pariah Priest" was the name
of the play done last night, and it
waa a moat Interesting offering, with
the several parts well done.
But the performance tonight prom
ises to be the moat interesting of the
repertoire. At any rate, it la prob
able the beat known ot any playa tba'
the company has to offer, because the
book from which lt la taken has prob
ably been read In every home in the
community. Priesa 10 and 20.
The world favorite, Blanche Sweet,
in a gigantic plcturizatlon of William
C. DeMIMe's Civil War dramatic war
classic, The Warrena of Virginia," ia
the offering today at Tho Paramount.
This play waa originally produced by
David Bel asco, lt ia a tremendously
moving picture off battlefield, auffer-!
lugs and the tragedies of domestic
The plan ls produced ander the di
rection of Cecil fi. DeMItle. The
Paramount will open at 2 o'clock thia
afternoon. A special program ot
music has been arranged for each and
every Important scene ic the wonder
ful film. Prices remain the same, 5
and 10 ect?ta.
The usual program of splendid pic
tures will be Shown today at The
Garrick. Petrona of thia ttttM movie
house are always' assured of an en
tertaining afternoon t*f e.
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