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title: 'The Anderson daily intelligencer. (Anderson, S.C.) 1914-1915, April 21, 1915, Page PAGE TWO, Image 2',
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Bye and Bye
Leads to tho house of
Begin now, aavc a
part of your earn i uga
will soon count up
when deposited in the
Savings Department of
Bank of Anderson
The strongest bank
in thc* county.
Kiss Your Coal Stove
The gas stove has the
coal stove beaten a mil
No wood to chop, no coal to car
ty, BO ?hes to take up, carry
out? and sift, leaving a trail of
dirt and dust from the stove al)
the way out to the ash pit.
No fire to coax and cod
idle. No excess heat. No
Gas is a guarantee of the right
nd of a fire instantly for any
urpose whatever; and it's more
Aiderson Gas Co.
"TB" FOB TIRED
Ah! what relief. No more tired feat;
no toar? barning feet, swollen, bod smell
ing,' sweaty feet.'' No more pain ia coma
callouses or bun loa?. No matter what
aila your feet
or wast under
the sun you've
Jua* ut? "T1Z."
out all the poi
tiona which puff
up thc feet';
.TUS"* f* 4??**!
will ?ate your
foot troubles so
youl I never limp or draw up your face
ia pain. Your s li oe? won't acem tight
aud your feet will never, never hurt or
get sore, a wolle a or tired.
.Get a 25 ?eat box at any drug ox
department store, and cet relief.
old tim? akin healer
usad Jtui like any
, Sulphur, aaye a renowned dermatol
?gist, just common bold-sulphur made '
int? ?thick cream will soothe and heal
the skin when irritated and nicken out '
with Ecxras or any form of eruption, i
The moment it ie applied all itching
ceases and after two or three applica
tion* the Eczema disappears, leaving the
skia clear and smooth.
He tells Ecaem* sufferers to get from
any good pharmacy an ounce of bold
sulphur and apply it to tit? Irritated
parts thia sam* as yon would any cold
JPor many years common bold-sulphur
ha? oocupkd e. secure portion in the
.praa?i?e of dens otology and ruta--ms
.affection* hy reason of it? paraslte-de
; ; property, lt ?? not only pxra>
BHH| hat alfco antinrurrtir, act;,
sfptfe ?nd remarkably heal lng in all
irritable and inflammatory condition* of
the ak in,-* WM*? not always effecting a
parmasaat ct?? lt never tails to In
stantly aubdue the aajiry itching and
i;titauor> and heal the Eenema right
as? it ia often >*ars later War*.
any emption agata appears on the akin.
NEW SERIES, VOL. 1, NO. ?. W??kly. l?tobU??e* 18?; Dal?* Jan. 18, !'./.<.
_'_ ?_._ _
ANDERSON, S. C.,
MORNING, MA\32, 1914.
PRICE $1.50 THE YEAR,
TO PROFIT BY WAR
Believe Redistribution of Avenues
of Trade Will Result From
THE HAGUE, April ?.m.--Far-seeing
mon In tho Dutch Industrial und
commercial world are already mak
ing preparations to benefit from tho
results of tho war from an econom
ical i/oint of view.
Among tho leaders of industry and
commerce here thc opinion ls almost
unanimous that n redistribution of
the avenues of trade ls cortaiu to bo
brought about. These mon, of course,
take the future position of Holland
first into consideration. In this con
nection they look toward tho Dutch
colonies, which form an empire m.iny
tim?a larger than tho home country
itself and whose requirements have ,
been h?iherto supplied to a great ox- ?
tent by Germany and Great Britain. J
The Dutch East Indies, for in
stance, have depended almost entire- ,
ly upon foreigners for their imports.
Now, however, lt is intended to
make great efforts to push purely ,
Dutch products there and to creat?
an interest on the part of the colo- j
nies themselves in placing on u tinn
er footing relations with the moth
er country. With this end in view
one step already has been taken in
granting u small beginning of Self
govornment to the Indies, which for
the first time in their history this
year have (Batted a big government
loan, the reaponsibility for which
falls upon the'colonies themselves,
The Netherlands Union for tho Pro
motion of National Industries, form
ed, aa ita name Implies, for the pur
pose of furthering Dutch trade, tu a
part of the movement of Dutch in
dustrial development arising out of
present conditions. It binda its
members, who are manufacturers,
merchants. storekceners and private
Individuals, to purchase or sell only
Dutch made productions.
The membera argue that much
Dutch money now going to America
and other countries for tho purchase
of articlea of ordinary every day con
sumption could be kept in the coun
try, while instead of Dutch investors
aa now seeking to j/ae.e their for
tunes or savings in "mortgage securi
ties in the United st.it? s and Canada
they should be induced to usc them in
the development of Dutch trade in the
mother .country and ita colonies. It
ia contended that the capital of the
Royal Netherlands company for the
exploitation of oil lands tn the Dutch
Indies la largely foreign, the Dutch
having neglected to avail themselvea
ot tho opportunities offered them,
while many other industries in the
same, colonies have fallon from the
same cause, into the hands of the
British and the Germans.
At home in Holland even Ute Rot
terdam Streetcar company ls a Bel
gian concern, while, notwithstanding
Gie fact that the country is natural
ly rich-in its hard working people.
In Ita soil, ita porta, ita waterways
and ita fuel in the shape of pent
and ahould be able to anpyjf all ita
own necessities, it permits foreigners
to import many articles of ordinary
use which it could produce Itself. A
few instances of thia kind are aafes
and locks, printing presses, matches,
soap, electric lamps, pina . and
Lack of foresight on the part of
the Dutch was shown in the question
of the aupply of armaments for toe
Netherlands army. A combination of
Dutchmen offered, lt is said, to con
atruct an. artos factory and make
rifler np to the required ?tanda, d and
even went so far; as to manufacture
oed show the government a hundred
rifles of tho.< calibre-required, hut the
government declined the offer and
bought th" arma abroad
Apart from their own immediate
Interests Dutch commercial nml in
dustrial leaders hold the view that
the countries of South America, as a
result of the uncertainty brought
about in Kuroj/j by tho war, will
probably begin to look more and
more to North America for their
sources of supply. On the other
hand, they regard it as likely that
Germany, with her enormous com
mercial and industrial energy, will be
forced after hostilities have ceased to
look round for new outlets for her
trade and will thus come into direct
competition with thc United States. It
is goncrally believed here that Ger
many will almost certainly lose her
colonies, while those of the British
empir? and of France will bc prac
tically scaled against her trade. Rus
sia also, lt ls thought, will develop
commercially and industrially to a
remarkablo degree and thus will
close another of Germany's markets.
o ll IV Flt SIDE Nr! WS IT!-M S o
o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o ? o o
The farmers around herc aro get
Ling along nicely with their work.
Some have corn, cotton and cane up
and looking fine.
Miss nertha Chasteen of the Rob
erts section visited Misses Grace und
Bertha Shaw last Sunday.
Mr. T. C. Madden and NV. T. Allen
of Hurt county. Georgia, dined wi'.h
Mr. and Mrs. I.. H. Wright last Sun
prof. Turner and family of Canon.
Ga., attended Sunday school at this
place last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. I,. H. Wright and
children worshiped at Anderaonville
Mrs. Clifton Chasteen and Mra.
John Chasteen visited Mrs. Elbert
Shaw last Sunday.
Among those attending service at
Andersonville last Sunday from this
place were: Mr. Elbert Shaw and lit
tle son. Willie. Messrs. Clifton Chas
teen. W. F. Shaw. M. L. Wright.
Rev. JJ. T. Weldon visited Mrs. J.
N. Wright and family last week.
Mr. Tom Ashworth and family vis
ited in Georgia last Sunday^
Sunday Behool at this place ls do
ing nicely. We have a large attend
ance ? every Sunday. Our now song
books have arrived and we spend a
lot of time practicing our new songs
Great Interest ls being taken in the
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Pane's} Diapepaln tatonga in your
home anyway. Should one of the fam
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with them, or In- case of an. attack of
indigestion, dypepsla. gastritis Or
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during tbs night, lt Is handy to gtv?
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This percolator un
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it is made after you sit
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out any fuss or trouble,
thus insuring steaming
hot coffee just, when you
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We carry a full line of Oscillating Fan? m all sizes. Prices on request.
\ IS W. Whitncr Street. Phone 224
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"Clean-Up Week" In "My Town"
ammam?m^^mta~m.*m?*m.m~--~---~~-*-k~-~~-m-^--~~~-~m-^ -a--. _
for the other aide. Wide-eared, hoi
Haloed white they hurled'Jnwbrcak-1
Latin phrases back end forth between ?
them, aaya Hie Saturday Evening Poid. !
The opposing, counsel tornad or? i
? . . -
"Gabo." bc . dV?T?Sni?ed, . "y?u ? have j
followed fatefully Gil? Intricate'dla-1
cession, ?oiichlnK on the various as-j
peels of medical jurisprudence in-1
volved In ibo Issue we have before us
for adjudica*.iou; and In view of that J
1 now desire, to know whether youl
do or do not find thal your evldr-noe '
still coincides with the theory ad-1
vanned hy my learned brother?'
Thc witness e*si n trinm?hen?.
?hie glance at .hi's own attorney. Then
he juif?ed ont bia Ups and his cheat.
"MUM donhtlos*'" he answered.