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Desert Waste Where Prosperity
Once Existed-Piles of Brick
LYOK, Fast Prussia, April 20.-The
devastation and destruction that have
been visited upon all of eastern East
Prussia cannot be more strikingly ap
pr?ci?t* ! than by a trip from tliiB llt
t??; tow. ii io Crajevo, a few miles across
Tile tri;, supplies a remnrkablo
?eries of contrasts that are fundamen
tal and fur rend.,ng. Black is no
moro like w"..?U than this part of Ger
many ls like far western Russia from
thc stand?>o?Rt of population, customs,
..:id the general appearance of the
From Lyok to the border every
house, without exception it ls si?;d.
has boon rifled and partly or ent?iuiy
torn down. The broad, well-paved
rood ls practically lined with the rem
nants of substantial oulldings that in
some cases, particularly in the border
town of Prosikai were once attractive.
Along thc read, is along virtually
every road "of its kind in Germauy,
are shade trees-ecept where they
have been cut down to allow of artil
lery fire. They ure so universal that
one gets used to them quite uncon-?
sclously, and immediately feels the
lack whrn they disappear.
The peasants, largely of tho Polish
type, appear to be selfrespecting and
pleasant. They greet the casual
passerby much as the farmer m Amer
ica says how do you do tr thd strang
er along the road, but w > the same
tinge of equality in the t ?Hing.
The once pleasaut anu /osperous
country-side from Lyck to '.he border
has been turned into a desert waste.
In village after vllage there stand
only the firm, substantial chimneys
that oven fire will not lovel to the
ground. Almost without exception
tho remnants of the houses aro of
Then one comes to the line and al
most in thc time it tukes to close
ones eyes and open them again tho
acme changes so materially that one
might be a hundrde miles away.
First of all the devastation has
ceased. Not a house has been levell
ed and not a building ''damaged. Dut
in their very character the houses
proclaim the marked contrast. The
brick has given way to thatching hut?,
low, one-story affairs that fairly reek
with filth and grime.
In the doorways stood, as an Asso
ciated PreBs correspondent made the
trip recently, smirking, grovelling
peasants, who bowed almost to the
ground again und again, as long as
the automobile was iii sight. They
showed the samo servility to the mili
tary everywhere In command of the
situation, and were quite oblivious of
the scornful reception of their object
AB quickly as the character of the
houses had changed, so had the trees
vanished, and for thousands of yards
stretched a bare, black road, oozy and
treacheroub over which the automo
biles made their way with di (Heul ty.
Lyck, Maggrabova and other little
towns on thu German side ot the
border but near the Russian line had
left much to bo desired in the way of
cleanliness and general attractiveness,
but as compared to Qrajevo, when lt
finally was reached, they were models
of beauty and sanitation.
The nearest approach to similarity
was tho inevitable market square, al
most as big in sics as all the rest of
the town together. Rut In place of
the familiar brick buildings, often of
handsome construction, there lined
the market nothing more pretentious,
than dirty hovels.
The desperateness with which the
Russians had combattcd the (Ioniums
for every foot of the territory was
plainly evident in r?ws upon rows of
trenches, always when possible built
at the top of rising ground, covered
over with evergreen or other branches
and made with cunningly constructed
loopholes. Rarely one .ava trench
facing the other way- f ue that the
Germans had had time to build hastily
In the night. For the most part the
advance had been possible only by
storming each separate height and by
driving the russians out ot their
o ANDERSON COLLEGE o
On last Thursday evening Mr. Goode
entertained the faculty club In the di
rectors' studio. He played many
beautiful selections from different
groat masters prcfaoing each with tn*
structive remarks about the style and
habits of thought and life of the com
poser and the interpretation of the
selection. Miss Stranathan sang one
song that ls much liked. No more
delightful evening has been spent by
the faculty during the entire session.
Mira. Johnson served a dainty salad
course at tho close of Ute evening.
A group of girls and several mem
bers of the faculty, representing two
tables tn tfie dining room, untied la
forming a ' picnic party at Haynid*S
Mill 01 Monday. A Joyous day was
reported by all who went. Another
group contemplates going next Mon
President Klnsrd ls In Chattanooga
thia week attending the Southern
Lame back la usually doo to rheu
matism af the muscles or the back.
Hard working people are most likely,
to suffer from it. Relist may be had
by massaging the back with Chauber
laln'a Liniment two or taree time? a
day. Try lt Obtainable everywhere.
Nearly everyone indulges their
appetite and the digestive organs
are ubusel, resulting in a conges
ti?n ot poisonous waste that clogs
the bowls and causes much mis
ery and distress.
The most effective remedy to
correct this condition is the com
bination of simple laxative herbs
with pepsin, known as Dr. Cald
well's Syrup Pepsin. ThiB is a
natural, pleasant-tasting remedy,
gentle yet positive in action, and
quickly relieves indigestion, con
stipation, sick headache, belching,
etc. Drug stores sell Dr. Cald
well's Syrup Pepsin at fifty cents
and one dollar a bottle, and in
thousands of homes it is the indis
pensable femily remedy. For u
free trial bottle, write Dr. W. B.
Caldwell, 452 Washington St., Mon
SIX AND TWENTY
WILLIAMSTOWN, lt. F. I)., April 27.
-On account of the singing at
FrlendEhip last Sunday the crowd at
Sunday school was rather small. All
who attended the singing report a
pleasant time and good singing.
Kulte a number of our people were
visitors to White Nlains and Shiloh
Miss Mamie Massey of the Moun
tain Springs section was visiting
frends her elast SaUnrday and Sun
Mr. David Higgins and brother of
the Flat Bock section of Picken?
county were recent visitors. hero.
We can not see why it is that some
people can speak of "our" Sunday
school and then attend only once
every two or three months. Of course
we are glad that lt can be thus spok
en of butu think everybody should at
Our former superintendent of the
Sunday school. Prof. A.. W. Meredith,
having returned to his home near
Westminster the school elected W. C.
Barnett superintendent for the re
maiider of the year.
Mrs. R. A. Traypum visited rela
tives near White Plains several days
Messrs. W. M. MlcAllster and F. O.
Massey were business visitors to Pel
ter last Monday.
There will be an oil-day singing at
Friendship church on tl? third Sun
day In May. Everybody invited.
Mr. and Mrs. Charley Hicks of
Plercotown were visiting relatives
hpre last Monday.
Just at prseent a good rain would
bc most acceptable and the laud ls
gettting very dry.
Every member of this churuch
should attend services next Saturday
afternoon as there is business of im
portance ?o attend tor
Mr. Boozer Kay of McElmoyle was
a visitor to this section Sunday af
Mr. A. Z. Bryson of Slabtow.n was
a visitor at the home of MT. Thomas
Martin Saturday night.
Prospects are good for a large fruit
crop for this >ear and everybody is
Many cf our tannera are planting
sorghum cano for syrup. This is a
step in the right direction.
Quit Meat If Your
Kidneys Act Badly
Take Tablespoonful of Salts If
Back Harts or Bladder
We arc a' nation of meat eaters and
our blood Ia filled with uric acid, anya
a well known authority, who warna
us to be constantly on guard against
The kidneys do their utmost to free
the blood of thia irritating acid, but
become weak from the overwork: they
get sluggish; the eliminative tiaauea
clog and thus the waste la retained in
the blood to poison the entire system.
When your kidneys ache and feel
like lumpa of lead, and you have
stinging patna in the back or the
urine la cloudy, full of sediment, or
the blsdder ia irritable, obliging you
to seok relief during the night; when
you have severe headaches .nervous
and dizzy spells, sleeplessness, acid
stomach or rheumatism in bad weath
er, get from your pharmacist about
four ounces of Jed Balta; take a ta
blespoonful iii a glass ot water be
fore breakfast each morning and in
a few days your kidneys will act fine.
This famous salts is made from the
acid of grapes and lemon juice, com
bined with Uthia, and has beera used
for generations to but h and stimu
late clogged kidneys, to neutralize, the
acids In urine so lt la no longer a
source of irrlttatlon. tl us ending uri
nary and bladder diso- dera.
Jad Salta- ls (nexvensive and can
not Injure; makes a delightful effer
vescent lithla water drink, and no
bo dy can make a mistake by taking a
little occasionally to keep the kid
neys clean and activo.
I am the guy called printer's Ink;
1 put bard times upon the blink
My facerla black as Srebus-!"
Bot Tm a lively, hustling cuaa. J
I make mah rich who once wera
I'm on the Joh, I am ?for sure.
I get work for the I&b'ringmaa -V'
And help to AU his dinner cab;
i aid girls who must earn their feed
I am the friend of alt in need. .
I sell all talnga from pins to guns.
In cargoes ot ' teri thousand tons.
I'm on the job both night and day.
Away, from work I never Blay. .
I am "A 1" "O K" and "lt."
And I take a vacation-not.
I serve the small as well aa great
(See Hnslneae Office for my rats.)
I am kite guy that brings the dough
Just tb WC and you'tt And lt so.
I-Danville Commercial New.a
Visit The Great Exposition
San Francisco. Cal. 1915.
San Diego, Cal.
Premier Carrier of the South
Greatly reduced round trip tickets will be sold by all ticket
agents at principal points to Los Angeles, San Diego, San
Francisco, Portland, and Seattle. Tickets on sale March 1st,
to November 30th.
If you desire a quick and comfortable trip on trains consist
ing of Pullman cars, tourist sleeper, dining cars and all steel
coac'.ies then see that your ticket reads via the Southern Rail
Why pay tourist agents for escorting you around. You can
purchase a round trip ticket daily from Anderson, S. C., to San
Francisco, for only $79.20. Proportionately low rates from
For complete information, tickets and beautiful literature
call on ticket agents, or write.
W. R. Taber, T. P. A., W. E. McGee, A. G. P. A.
Greenville, S. C. Columbia, S. C.
Blue Ridge Railway Co., Announces Very Low Rates for the Follow
ing Occasion, From Anderson, S. C.
Birmingham, Ala. and Return
Account Sunday School Congress (Colored) June 9-14th $12.45
Tickets on sale June 7, 8 and 9, limited to return June 17,
Houston Texas and Return
Account Southern Baptist Convention May 12th-19th, 1915 $33.70
Tickets on sale May 6th to nth, limited to return May
31st 1915. (Special Pullman Car from Anderson.)
Nashville, Tenn, and Return
Account Peabody College Summer School June 17th- 1
August 28th, 1915 ?12.70
Tickets on sale June 15, 16, 17, 18, 21, 26, July 22nd,
23rd, and 26th 1915, limited lo return 15 days from date
Norfolk, Va., Portsmouth, Va., Newport News, Va., and Return
Account General Assembly Presbyterian Church (Southern)
Newport News, Va., May 20th-23th, 1915 $18.45
[Tickets on sale May 17th, 18th, L9tli, limited to return
June 2nd, 1915.
Birmingham, Ala., and Return
:c?unt Interstate Cotton Seed Crushers Association, May
17th, 19th, 1915 $!2.4S
Tickets on sale May 13th, 15th, 16th, limited to return
May 23rd, 1915.
KnoviUe, Tenn., and Return
Account Summer School of the South, University of Ten
nessee, June 22nd, July 30th, 1915 $8.25
Tickets on sale June 20, 21, 22, 26, 27, July 2, 3, IO, and
17th, 1915. Tickets limited fifteen days from date of
sale for returning.
Bookkeeping and Penmanship
Stenography and Typewriting
. i* .. .,
PERRY BUSINESS COLLEGE
Greenville, S. C.
FOR SALE CHEAP
(care Anderson Intelligencer)
ANDERSON, S. C.
Low Round-trip Rates for Everybody Offered by the
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY
, "The Progressive Railway of the South."
? . . I
To Newport News, Va.-General Assembly Presbyterian Church
in the Vi S., (Southern), Ma> 20-28, 1915.
To Memphis, Tenn.-General Assembly Cumberland Presbyterian
Church and Woman's Missionary Convention, May 20-27, 1915. I
To Richmond, Va.-Annual Reunion, United Confederate Veter-]
ans, June 1-3. 1915. ,
To Birmingham, Ala.-Grand Lodge, I. O. O. F., of Alabama
\May 1Q-13, 1915.
\To Birmingham, Ala.-Sunday School Congress, National Bap
tist Convention (Colored), June 9-14, 1915.
To San Francisco and San Diego, Salif.-Panama-Pacific Inter
national Exposition, and Panama-California Exposition, 1915.
To Houston, Tex.-Southern Baptist Convention and Southern
Sociological Congress, May 12-19, 1915.
To Athens, Ga.-Summer School, University of Georgia, June
28-July 31, 1915.
For specilic rate, schedules or other information, call on SEA
BOARD Agents or write
C. S. COMPTON, FRED GE1SSLER,
T. P. A., S. A. L. Rwy., Asst. Gen. Passenger Agent,
Atlanta, Ga_^. _Atlanta, Ga.
PIEDMONT INSURANCE AGENCY
See Me For
Any and All
C. E. TRIBBLE, Manaor
?? 1 m ' i i.i ~ II.
SPECIAL TRAIN FROM ANDERSON, S C., TO
RICHMOND VA:; MAY 31?t 1915
For accommodation of Confederate Veterans, Sons of Veterans,
Families and Visitors to Richmond, Va., June 1, 2, 3, 1915, The
Blue Ridge and Southern Railway will run a special train leaving
Anderson 6:30 a. m., May 31st to arrive at Richmond, Va. 8:30 p.
m. same date, consisting of one combination car one coach and one
standard pullman car, running via Greenville, Spartanburg and
Charlotte at fare of $8.85 for round trip.
" Tickets on sale May 29lh to June 2nd with final limit to return
June loth, 11915.
Parties desiring to take advantage of this r$\e on SPECIAL TRAIN
SHOULD MAKE RESERVATION AT ONCE with
J. R. ANDERSON, Supt. / ?
SCHOLARSHIP and ENTRANCE
Tho examination ior the award oil
vacmt scholarship in Winthrop Col-]
lege and for the admission ot new
students will be held at the County
Court House on Friday, Joly S, at 0
?. m. Applicants must not be les?
than sixteen years of age. When
Scholarships are vacant after July 2
they will be awarded to those making
the highest average at this examina
tion, provided they meet the condi
tions governing the award. Appli
cants for Scholarships should write
to President Johnson before the ex
amination for Scholarship examina
Scholarships are worth $100 and
free tuition. The next session will
open September 15. 1916. For further
Information and catalogue, address
Pres. I). B. Johnson, Hock HUI, S. C.
The committee on the card of the
Presbyterian Cemetery wish to call
attention to thc fact that the time
bas como for cleaning off the grounds,
preparatory to the exercises ot Me
morial day. All parties Interested are
requested to send help on Thursday,
May 6th, or hand cash contributions
to either of the undersigned.
W. T. W. Harrison,
C. C. Langston,
C. E. Tolly.
Q. F. Earle,
Ladies! Look Young,
Darken Gray Hair
Use the Old-Time Sage Tea and
Sulphur and Nobody Will
Cray hair, however handsome, de
notes advancing age. , Wo all know
the advantages of a youthful appear
ance. Your hair Is your charm, lt
makes or mars tho face. Wlion lt
fades, turns gray and looks dry,
wispy and scraggly, Just a few ap
plications ot Sage Tea and Sulphur
enhancer. Its appearance a hundred
Don't stay gray- Look young!
Either'prepare the tonic at home or
get from any drug store /a f?<> cent
bottle ot "Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur
Compound." Thousands of folks rec
omo? end this read-to-nse preparation,
because lt darkens the hair beau
tifully and removes dandruff, stops
scalp Itching and falllig hair; be
sldea. no one can posii'.bly tell, as tt
darkens so naturally and evenly. You
moisten a sponge or soft brush with
lt. drawing this through thc hair,
taking one small strand at a time.
By morning the gray bair disappears;
after another application or two. Ita
natural color ts restored and lt be
comes thick, glossy and lustrous, and
you app**r years younger.
H*sU tatar far a Bilious Attack.
"On account of my confinement in
the printing office I have for yeera
been a ehv?v?1c snfferenjirofn indiges
tion and liver trouble. A faw ?weeks
ago I had an attack that wae-ao se
vere that I waa not able tc go to the
casa for two days. PalMng to get
any relief from any oUior treatment.
I took three ot Chamberlain's Tablets
and tho next day I felt like a new
man." writes H. C. Balley, editor Car
olina Nowa, Chap?n, g. 4L ^Obtainable