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The Huting Passion.
George Bernard Shaw, the author
and playwright, tells this story of a
cricket match which took place In
lila native town long ago:
"The. match, married men versus
single men, was In progress. The
'married' innings had closed with a
total of 37, toward which Jones, the
local grocer, bad contributed a lucky
20. ?Scarcely had the 'singles' com
menced to bat when the startling
news of a local train disaster reach
ed the ground, whereupon Jones
evidenced a worried look.
'"What's the matter, Jones?' ask
ed the captain.
" 'Well,' Jones replied, reflectively,
'wife was on that train.'
" 'Too bad, old man. I'm ' sorry,'
murmured the captain, greatly touch
ed. 'In that case, of course, you
want to get away at once?*
" 'Oh, no, it isn't that,' explained
Jones, 'But you see. If anything has
happened to Annie I ought to . be
playing for the single chaps.' "
As far as known at present the
giraffe is the only animal which is
AUTO O VI
Now is the time to have yoi
and summer service. I can vul<
new ones. See me for
tires and accessories. Also the
better known as the clover leaf
All repair work guaranteed.
Free air to customers.
108 N. McD
Business Phone 270.
MAKES YOU ?
"Dodson's -Liter TIM" Starts Your Uver
Better Tin Calomel ud Yu Oonl
UM a Di)'s Work
Liven up, you.* sluggish liver! Feel
fine and ' che?rf jl; make your work a
pleasure ; be vigorous and full of ambi
tion. But take no nasty, dangerous
calomel became lt makes you sick and
you may lose a day's worl.
Calomel ia mercury or quicksilver
which causes ' neons* is - ot the bones.
Calomel crashes into sour bile like
dynamite, breaking it up. That's when
you feel that awful nausea- and cramping.
Listen to me! If you want to enjoy
tho nicest, gentlest liver and bowel
cleansing VOL ever experienced just take
a spoonful: of harmless Dodson's Liver i
Ul ' Adequate t~?Jis
H ' proper person Vi? all
way bs seat immec
I) Walking? abo?t
??a Are your t?!ep!
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.. JT branch exchange, or
J Wi ^7 800X11
The foreman of a Jury which kat 'a
a New England court room possess
ed a ready wit that served him well
in an encounter with e. judge of bril
The judge, although a man of ab
rupt speech and manner, possessed
a quick sense of humor. The fore
man was late one day, only a few
minutes late, but even that was suf
ficient to irritate his honor, as he
"I overslept, your honor." said the
foreman, with due meekness, as he
took bis seat. ,
"Fine him," said the judge testily.
"May lt please your ho-- jr." said
the foreman quickly, "I did not dream
"Remit the fine," said the judge,
hiding his mouth with hts r.and for
a moment, but bis eyes betrayed him
for all that-Case and Comment.
"I don't see why you call- your
place a bungalow," said Smith to his
"Well, if it isn't a bugalowt what
is it?" said the neighbor. "The job
was a bungle and I still owe for lt."
ur tires repaired for the spring
:anize your old tires or sell you
Resident Phone 814.
ES YOUR LIVER!
( AND SALIVATES
Tone tonight.. Your druggist OT dealer
sells you a 50 cent bottle of Dodson's
Liver Tone tinder my personal money
back guaranty that each spoonful will
clean your sluggish liver, better than a
dose of nasty calomel and that it won't
make you sick. <
Dodson's Liver Tone is rest liver '
medicine. You'll know it next morning !
because you will wake up feeling fine,
your liver will be working: Ueadaclra '
and dizj-jnesa gone: stomach* will be .'
bweet and bowels regular. .
> Dodson's Liver Tone is entirely vega
table, therefore harmless and can not
salivate. Give it to your children. '
Millions of people arc using Dodson's
laver Tone instead of dangerous enlome)
bow. Your druggist will tell you that
the sale of C.-Iomel is almost stopped
entirely hero. I
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: Bell Telephone Facilities gr-*
Station the batu for the mosl
'tane facilities assure prom?
calls FROM the outside; cal
[iately without unnecessary %
!ione facilities adequate to mei
teed a station for inward se
additional trunk lines and ext
assured of adequate t aleph on
write or cali the Contract Dep
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ERN BELL TELEPHO?
rh- " '<M
ANDERSON BOY MAKES
GOOD IN FAR WEST
FRANK BREAZEALE GIVEN
IMPORTANT POSITION AT
JUROR PURE FOODS
Named for Positi oa by President
Moore cf Paruima-Pacific Ex
News of Anderson boys who go out
into the world and make good is al
ways of interest locally, tbe friends
throughout the county of Frank
Breazeale, son of Mr. Balley B.
Breazeale, who Uvea near the city,
will be pleased to bear that a high
compliment has been paid bim by the
president of the Panama-Pacific Ex
position. Mr. Bailey has been ap
pointed one of the Jurors for the ex
amination of pure foods, etc., at the
Mr. Bre^ealo gradated at Clem
son College nome twelve or fifteen
years ago. While at the college he
specialized In chemistry and.after his
graduation went to Washington where
he took a position with the United
States government as a cbemlts.
Some time ago Mr. Breazeale was
sent by the department to F'hierside,
California, to make a study of the
orange blight evil which attacked the
orange ranches of that section of Cali
A few days since Mr. Breazeale
was appointed by President C. C.
Moore of the Panama-Pacific Exposi
tion aa one of the Jurors on the ex
amination of pure foods. This is a
distinct compliment to Mr. Brea
zeale's ability, and his friends
throughout this county-will be pleased
to hear of the success to which he
Has Taken Care of U. S. Embassy
I? Mexico for Patt
WASHINGTON. April 27.-Mes
sagea sent by President Wilson and
Cecrrlary Bryan to Cardoso De' Oltv?
eira, brazilian minister at Mexico
City, warmly thanking him for bib ef
ficient work in caring for the diplo
matic interests ot United States In the
Mexican capitol were made public to
lay.-It was a year ago yesterday that
Senor De' Ollvelra was asked to take
sharge of the American embassy, the
United States having broken off re
lations . with the Huerta government.
Throughout all changes since the
Brazilian diplomatic has been active
on behalf of the United States.
an up-to-date bus
efficient and thor*
it attention by the
ls TO the outside
waiting or needless
stall your require*
rvic* Av ? tri**,
Gardner's "Reserve Arm
Left to right back row: Cl rles Nenk
John faramali, and William Barb
Left to right, front row: Morris Kalif,
I*. Gardner, Isaac Sohn, and Hugo
Hore aro members of Representative
Gardner's "Reserve Army," of the
United States, ten of the sixteen
young men he recently took to Wash
ington as an announcement to the
administration that, in his opinion,
the country was not prepared for
any kind of war. These young men
Joined at the request of the Massa
chusetts congressman, some of them
taking the thing seriously. The con
gressman showed his men all over
the city and culled at the office of
the secretary of war with them.
There, however, they found word that
Mr. Garrison waa out of the city.
At a dinner he gave the army in
a large Washington hotel he had this
"On Dec. 18, l!?14. before the com
mittee on naval affairs I made this
"During the last three days we
have been having the truth and noth
ing but the truth and the truth in
good plain language. Captain Hob
son wants you to get some more of
it, because the evidence given by
Captain Yates Stirling and Assistant
Secretary Franklin Roosevelt and
Admiral Bradley Fiske as maiflted
the beginning of the end of the policy
of soporific silence.
"Bradley Flake talked to you yes
terday and I admire his courage. I
admire the, courage of Franklin
Roosevelt, and 1 admire the courage
UNCLAIMED LETTERS. .
Following ls the list of letters re
maining uncalled for in the post of
fice at Anderson, S. C., for the week
ending April 28, 1915. Persons call
ing for these will please say that
they were advertised. One cent due
on all advertised matter.
A-E. E. Alewine, Mrs. Janie Ab-,
B-Mrs. S. C. Burden, Rosa Bruce.
Lily Boggs. Otis Bfnister. Mattie
Burden. Lester Branlon, Jesc Burton,
Mrs. Hadle Browen, Mis E. E. Brown,
J. R. Blair.
C-Carolina Jewelry Co., Geo. Cal
lahan!, Henry Chapman. J. M. Craft,
L. E. Collins, Townes Campbell.
D-E. B. Digy. T. L. Davis.
E-^C. B. Elrod, S. T. Evans, Jessie
F-R. E. Franklin, Charley Fields.
C-iRev. A. W. Goodwin, I. D. Gif- ?
H-W. H. Hayes, H. L. Hayes, D. T.
J-Mrs. Nancie Jackson, limner
Jackson, Alex Jackson.
K-Mrs. A. B. Kay, Linsey Kirby..
M-Violet Mansfield. Otis Moses
Mack, M. H. McOee, Rev. Luther Mil
ler, Mrs. Louia R. Myers, Mrs. ?1. F.
McConnell, Estelle Maahburn, Erko
P-S. B. Patterson, Mis Daisy Pack
R-C. E. Ray, Mrs. Ethel Rollen,
George Robinson. Fannie Robinson.
S-R. J. Slaton, Jones Starks, Mrs.
Janie Searles, Chas. P. Sowers.
T-H. E. Thompson. John Thredgil,
Marie Tuks, W. G. Thrasher.
W-Albert Wright, Womans Ex
change. Edna White, Miss Elliefalr
Waters, F. M. Whitfield, Harry Webb.
Dr. J. W. Williams, Jimmie Wheeler.
Mrs. Mary Lou Waldrup. Mrs. Salla
Wright. T. E. Webb, Mrs. S. A. Wil
liams, J. C. White.
Beading after for "Toa sa y Atkins."
LONDON, April 27.-The camps li
brary committee, which alms to fur
nish reading matter for all the Brit
ish soldiers at the front and In train
ing, and which has Its headquarters
In a big garage adjoining the house
of commons, has received over a hun
dred thousands booka from contribu
tors ?ii over uiti Bri ?rs h ?a?es in the
past three months. A large number
of volunteer workara are kept con
stantly employed In sorting, repairing
and distributing the vraious volumes.
One room is devoted to old books,
another to heaps''of magasines, an
other to the "Book Hospital." where
a doc*fl women spend' their hours
stitching and pasting the 'paper vet- I
erena back to their second youth. In
another room a row of helpers stand
packtng volumes, in the special boxes
which within a few days will be In
Chiropodists tn Army.
LONDON. April 27.-Chiropodists
in uniform as a necessary and honor
ed part of the British anny ls pro
posed by a London paper, inspired
i by the marching record of a Lan
cashire regiment which boasts a well
known chiropodist among Ita ranks.
Thia regiment baa made the bardent
practico marobee without a man
dropping oat. The reason ts One fine
t shape the regimental feet art in.
\y" or the United States.
tri, Morris Ilorkln, TlinmaK Kelly,
, Anthony Schettinn, Representative A.
of Yates Stirling, and 1 admire the
courage of Secretary Garrison. Ali 1
hope is that they have not Interfered
with their own prospects.
"Admiral Bradley Fiske has paid
the penalty for hi? courageous out
spokenness, and now mark the others
as they folow him down the plank.
"YateH Stirling ls likely to he the
next. Me is tho map who ..ailed the
attention of the department to the
rotten condition of the submarine
flotilla1 of the Atlantic fleet. He is
the man who testified thal out of
twelve submarines under his com
mand outside of the Canal Zone only
one could take part in the maneu
vres when the order came to mobilize
"I sUtc it as a fact that on Dec. 9.
1914, Josephine Daniels, secretary of
the navy, administered a stinging re
buke to Commander Stirling of the
Navy Department to the neglected
policy adopted toward the submarine
fiotilta, and I challenge the said
Josephus Daniels to publish the let
"The sinking of the F-4 is a grue
some comment on Secretary aniela's
policy of peaceful persuasion and pre
tense of preparedness. The loss of
life in the F-4 1B du. to Secretary
Daniele's neglect of our submarines,
although 1- dare aay that an inquiry
will reveal to his satisfaction that it
waa attributable to the neglect of
some drunken officer."
The Silver fernel Band.
Folks, i th' town where I ?ive at,
'way out In Illinoy,
We got a fancy court house an' a
park we all Injoy,
The' best an' bravest fire department
in the. hull darn land,
But what we're mostly proud of is
our Silver Cornet Band.
Ye talk about yer orcheatrys an'
operys an' sich, .
Yer 8lmfoneys. an' concerts that air
got up fer th' rich
Not one kin hold a candle, folks, I'll
kev ye onderstand,
To th' sweet, enchantln'- music o' th'
. Silver Cornet Band.
Why, mumu, when Teddy Roozefelt
was passin' through our town.
We give a big reception, with th'
band an' Mayor Brown. ,
When Brown got up to make bia
speech, old Teddy waved bis
An' said he'h druther listen C th' Sli
ver Cornet Band.
On every Decoration Day they lead
th' sad parade.
Th' Comrade right behind tem, follor
ed by th* Ladlee' Aid,
The Red Men an' the Woodmen an'
the children, hand-ln-aand
March aolemn to th' music o' th' -Sil
ver Cornet Band.
An' then, on Independence Day, they
turn ?ut In their best,
Their unicorns of red an' gold out
sblnin' all th' rest.
Th' cannons roar, th' banners wave,
th' marshal takes coram ?.nd.
But, gosh all hemlock! Listen t' thst
I Silver Cornet Baud!
On aumraer nights htey give ua all
a concert In th' park
The folk alt 'round an' listen till
away long after dark,
An' many a lovin* couple hev prom
ised heart an' hand
To th' soft, entrancin' .music o' th'
Silver Cornet Band.
I sometimes think that when it come
my time C pass away
I'd like to hev the hrm around and
hear tb' music play;
Seems kinda like th; passage t' tb* fur
off Happy Load ?
Would be easy, V th' music o' th*
Silver Cornet Band.
-E. F. McIntyre.
The U. 8. navy haa perfected a
search light visible for 100 miles un
der favorable circumstances.
"Knitter's HenrlUs" la Eagiaad..
^LONDON, April 27.-Too much
war-time ks'Ula g and sewing is re
sponsible for'the appearance In Eng
land of a malady which may be com
pared with writer's cramp or tennis
elbow.- The physicians call lt
"knitter neuritis." It affects tba up
per arm and shoulder rather than
the fingers and seems only ty afflict
those who knit with ?ItlcuHv, not
having |ract!ced the art In their
' Last year's apple crop of the Unit
ed lutes approximated SM*t,0tt
This is i
for yourself, If you seek men, if yo
fixtures, equip- ment.
Twenty-five *ords or leta, OM Tl
Biz Tim CB ?LOO.
All advertisement orar tweafty-flvi
word. Ra?as on 1.000 words to i
No advertisement taken for l?ss 1
It your nama appears In th? tala]
your want ad to 881 and a bill willi
FOK SALE-Pop-Corn at $2.G0 per
bushel. You can't raise better
forage than Pop Corn and Peas
Furman Smith, Seedsman, Phone
FOR HALE-Somo or tho betst coal
and wood on tbe market at right
prices. Wood cut to your order.
Low country alabes still my spe
cialty. W. Ulmer, successor to
Piedmont Coal & Wood Co. Phon?
FOR HALE or trade for a milch cow
-a rubbe." tired Columbus top
buggy, as good as new. W. 10.
Rasor at Chiquola Barber Shop.
FOR SALE-Tobacco Dust, Bug
Death and Slug-Shot Now is the
proper season to apply for bent re
sults-get Ute worm and thu bug be
fore lt get? yours. Furman Smith,
(Seedsman, Phone 464.
WANTED-A reliable representative
In every community to act as agent
for The Intelligencer. Liberal com
missions paid. Apply The Anderson
WANTED-To correspond, conll .
deutially, with anyone destrlous ot
becoming permanently cured of the
morphtne or whiskey habit The
KEELEY INSTITUTE, COLUMBIA.
8. C., Box 75.
WANTED-A good colo- u boy to do
cleaning, pressing and altering.
Columbia Tailoring C -5-28-31.
FOUND-Bunch of keys with belt
hook attached have been left at
this office. Owner can have sanie
by paying for ad. 4-2f>-3t.
"What : nail we do for our hus?
hands?" was the b rden of the in
quiry that ran through the reporta
of many of the clubs at tbe meeting
of the clubs at the meeting of the leg
islative committee of the St. Louis
District of Women's Clubs.
Mrs. Q. F. Coleman, president of
the Minerva club, said that her club
gives three entertainments a year for
the special benefit of the husbands.
Miss Jane Wood of the Tuxedo club
wanted to know'If there were any
stray husbands tn the club that she
could take care of, and a visitor from
Chicago, Mrs. A. B. Wolf, Bald that
her husband was always a very ob
liging affinity for other'clubwomen, i
Mrs. Gilbert Fox gave as her opin
ion that the clubwoman herself does
not take any more pride in her club
sueeep?"? than her'husband does, and 1
that when his wife's picture appears
he in alwava proud to say, "I am that
lady's husband." j,
'the inference gsthered from the
discussion was that club husbands
are no longer left ont in the cold, but
will hereafter come In for their share ,
of the good things ot club life.
Chicken dinners, picnics, theatre
parties and so on were some of the
amusements suggested for the hus
Proven, practical value
motor car. More thai
owners prove the practi
In town or country, in
farms, for business or
everybody. An averag
a mile keeps it going.
buyers wu share tn pr?
300,000 new Ford car
and August 1915.
Runabout $440; Touring (
Coupelet 8750; Sedan $?71
On display and sala at i
s gone. Tomorrow does not ex
)DAY is the day of. Opportunity,
he coloumn of opportunities. Read
it-sf you seek a broader opening
u wanito buy or sell machinery.
a? 25 cen'?, Tare* Tim?? SO cents.
? wonts promt* for e*ch addition*]
be used in a foutb made on appli
han SI cents, enan Sa cd rene*.
[thone directory yeo eas telephone
ie malled after tte insertion for
I) HY, PINE WOOD? cut, or5 in four
foot lengths, or alaba; and perfect
ly dry. Prices right. See me for
all kinds of fire wood. B.JSl Wyatt,
"Tile $6.0VCoal Man."
ll- ITS IN SEASON, and fit to eat,
w rf have lt; und the price won't make
you lose you.- appetite either. "Llt
, tie Oem" Cafe. J. E. Derrick, Pro
prietor, 128 W. Whltner Street.
BUCK-EYE BARBER. SHOP-Hair
cut l*5c, abave 10. Beat service. Sat
isfaction guaranteed. C. A. McClalu,
Let us duplicate your next brokeu
leas while you wait.- Can make lt
from a piece of the old glass,-dou't
need your prescription. Have thu
most modern Grinding Plant In -the
South. If you are from Missouri lust
come in we'll show you.
Dr. MVR. Campbell,
Louisa 8. Hllcenboeker,
112 W; Whitier St.. Ground Floor.
MONEY TO LEND on first mortgage
of real estate In amounts of 126.00
to 160.00 in Anderson County at 8
per cent per annum. Apply to .
James F. Rice, Andersdn, 8. C., of
fice ayer the old post office.
SACRIFICE SALE-Three mottled
Ancona hens, one cook |6.00; three
White Face Black Spanish hens,
one cock $5.00.. Get started with
these extra laying breeds. M. C.
Faggart, Greenwood, 8. C.
THIS AD, accompanied by cash wilt
buy a dozen photos as follows:
Large sta* Cabinets 1*00; Half
Size Cabinets 11.25; Poat Card*
60c; offer espirea April 30tb. Al
. len's Studio, North Main.
FOB RENT-Store recently occupied
by The Intelligencer Job Printing
Department. If interested In a flue
ataud and good proposition, apply
U'The Intelligencer. 8-13-ti
A Mean Shift.
The teacher bad been plying tho
geography class with questions about
Mexico. Then, soddenly, without the
slightest warning, she asked: "What
are the Dry Tortugas?"
Johnyy waa so sure of himself that
he not only raised his nando but
fairly wriggled all over In his eager
ness. When the teacher finally smil
ed at him and nodded, he rmsvered,
proudly: "They're griddle cakes
Sithout any butter or maplu syrup on
? . . ?
Yon can get the news wbtle Us new
In The Morning Dally Intelligencer.
.'' ' .., -?
appeals to the buyer of a
i 700.000" satisfied Ford
cul qualities of Ford cars,
the professions or on the
pleasure, the Ford serves
e. allowance- of two cents
it's cheaper than walk
outs if we sell at retail
s between August 1914
?ar 1400; Town Car $?90;
l, t a b. Detroit wRh all