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JM North Main Street
AMU ?SON, 8. Cc
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gress as Second Clans Mall Matter at
tho Poatofflce at Anderson, S. C.
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son Intelligencer.
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o ?."O
O o o o o o o o o o o'o o o o o o o o
(Aiau^ew,, 28: 1-10)
Now faW on. the Sabbath duy, as lt I
began to dawn toward ?r9 first dayl
of the week, came Mary, Magdalene |
and tue otlwr Mary to see the sepul
chre. 2. And behold,' there was al
t^-t e^rth^usii.. ?w. an angel or the
Lord descended from heaven, and
came and rolled away the stone, and
sat upon it. 3, His appesrance waa
as lightning, and his raiment ? white
as know; 4 ;^and for fear of. him
v.'atch??rs ?j? ?v4cke. and S?came an
dead men. 5. And the angel) answer
ed and ?aid unto the women, Fear.
not ye; for I know that ye seek Jesus,
no here; for he iii risen, even as he
who hath been crucified. *i. He is
Buld. Come; see the ?place where the
Lord lay. 7 And groXPJlckly and tell
bis -desclplesv He 1? tlsen frera the
dead; and lo, ho goeth before you into
Galileo; lhere shall ye r.see bim: lo,
I have told yoe? tt And Ahoy, departed
quickly from Die tomb with ?ear and
great,,^, ,^^,/an.io hoing his dla
ctpldg^wpraUf - And behold. Jesus/met
the??. Buying. All hall. And they
came ond tobit hold of his feet, and
worshipped him. lo Thea saith Je
sus unto them. Fear not: go tell my
brethren that they depart into ? Galilee,
and there they shall see me.
What are yob going to do about!
your ooy? Su. ."cund him with temp
latiese in order ts accustom him iui
thnn?. Or viii you keep him in lg'
norance of tlie vice of the world?
lt ls butter far to keep him pure
nnd beautiful and spotless-just as
I long ( (Ut -ywi csa. Temptations win
coni?'n^i^Mj^-and ,?sil':too soon/
Keep the' Pw!*' mind .Healthy and re
sistance wHI?* less difficult.
Oh, the anguish of the parents Of
wayward. sons. lt ls pitiful. And
yet the %ons mlgbt not have fallen 1
Bray t0 sin ii^d thc parents k^l km
a WAV. "Look^Hot upon sim with the
leaBt'degree-of allowance."' That ls
the udvlcn of tho good old prophet and
poci of tlH> Bible.
Surroutid-?lit' hoy with an en-?tr?i?.
11).Mit and an association that will I
strengthen., t^ntqurage, buoy him up.]
And is there any environment Mtron
ger than the. fcbur?h? This is a com
Sr?t!ty cf ch-ir;-::^ sr.? "r .umrn his
tory ??u? of fhiifx^ii Influence and
church tradition. But this ia not all
that is needed. . The church IR dear to
those who have buen reared within
the church. But ip tites? days o' cos
mopolitanism and of centralisation,
the people afc drifting to the centers
of population and the cities are grad
ually drawing in the younn men of.tbet
villages and
What are
and for
?ere ia notb
ot. an asset
ld build up
hy drawing
you nit men
stian A seoul-.
tpacioUB and
advise that
. That ls a
ov i'm? inrfti
itiy.' ' ?Ct In*.
tors decided
rv the people
\d and there
rhlch would
ind perhaps
be hnildiiig
fy, admit the. deter
ard of dire* tera and
whatever they ri.ll upon tho <lty to
do. we believe w|l meet witta a ready
response. We have lieard that one dis
tinguished anni oj Anderson, himself
on?:? a eoinrtty boy wini Jiad \o ??'c
tlio t om plattend of flu- ?Tty. and na?
never p? rmitted himself to atop anido
from tile part of right living, is
thinking of starting the fund with a
subscription pf |10,?OO. If he doe? BO,
tiie remainder will be easy to get. We
have put up a lot of money for our
girls, now )? i UK do something for
thc hoy?. I>H UH put up a Y. M. (.'.
A. building, it wc are called upon to
do so. And then let us reward that
Hplcmiid christian-gentleman who lins
gives of hl?s time, of hiu striientlt, o??
h IK salary (o keep lu operation thc in
stitution for the Christian education
of the hoy? of Auder son. Let ns not
forget Dr. Frazer In spy. undertaking
thal we may put forward, for we be
lieve thal u hoy's school will he a
great aaset for. the community.
The matter to b?*se*Wed immediate
ly, however, is whottnjr or not to put
on a campaign for tldrrbuildlng of a
handsome hofne for the boys of the V.
M. C. A. of this cltyi If'this momen
tous sieji is: taken, let it be doue for
our boy*, the little reildws that are
coming on. Surround them with all
possible protection fc?|. the baltic that
is to come. W jw ? ..-,
There appears to have been some
misunderstanding somewhere about
the date snd tim? for the holding of
the meeting of the Democratic Clubs.
April 26th, la the day, the fourth Sat
urday. Article 2 of the Constitution
of the democratic party provides that
tlie clubs shall n.-.-et on. the fourth
Saturday tn April every election year
to reorganize for the year's work.
Gen. M. L. Bonham, county chair
man, has given the papers the official
notice in accordance wit i the require
ments of the constitution.
It Will ho k moll?r nf ""?rot IC ilZV..
Bonham's frjends to learn that he
cannot serve ?n^'Mfonger as county
elia ii man. He" na4" already made ar
rangements to spend the month of'
August In ii muck needed rent Tl?
has been chairman tor four years.,
Gen. Bonham's effort to preside im-j
parltaliy nave been appreciated, and'
those who know the inside of mattera'
in Anderson county realize that he j
has ? ver measured up .to tbe standard j
pr a mau^lthpygh at times men's |
opinion? as to conditio.? might have,
been warped. ' ' '
The following note or nppr*claf?pp
was received. Saturday night from
Brooks Marshall, secretary of the
Greenwood Chamber ot- Commerce, la
thanking the Anderson Chamber of
Commerce for its attention to the
Greenwood party:
"In behalf of the 'GrceawJo?-i i
oooster party/ please allow me to ex
tend thanks to y m and through you
U> i?c c?uiiuiiitr? ?ru?? ju?r C?m???er
of Commerce for the very courteous
attention shown us yesterday. We
enjoyed being with you; enjoyed smok
ing your Anderson Made Cigars, en
joyed the, delightful singing of your
laides. Withal we feel that the time,
spent In your city was; well .' spent'
and we hope that we shall soon have
?'.he pleasure'ot entertaining a-large
srowd of you at the Greenwood Horse
inn ttKUtiON MILL
j New Librarian Has Arranged Sev
everal Interesting Evento
sr- asiii ti?i-j,
. wm ?MU ? llin^C
The work being done at the Brogon
Mill in Anderson at this time in con
nection with the wclfaro work of the)
????e i= famishing mach plnuiaci
amusement for the people making
their home at Brogon.
Mm. Fonter Paht has resigned her
position l's librar?an at the mil! and
tn her stead Mrs. T. E. White has
been selected for this important ' po
On Tuesday afternoon the Ladies
Circle of the Bregon mill was charm
ingly entertained by Mrs. White when
?die gave thun a moving picture party
The entire party repaired . to th? va?
rion? moving picture shows of the
etty and had an ideal afternoon in ev*
ery. respect. v
On Friday afternoon the children of
tho city were given a glorious time
when Mrs, White gave tho man Baster
egg hunt. The affair took place at.
one ot the near-by springs and 64
children participated ianthe big tune
that had been arranged. Preparations
u.v nun uu?erway tor mc making of
a t-roouet ground at the tnlll library
and plans are,Jhaia^rppde for the,
"May Pole Dance^ to take place on j
the first of next mon Mi. _ J
The giris club, of the Brecon, nilli]
had a flu? time laat nlwht ej
Parcel Post" party was staged, \hn\
i ??i?? cCl UVS?Jg .SUCt!07Sv<3 Off ?O . *
Ragbast abider.
.TOI < AV* ? W^nH9DHBOtBfll9HB
Washington. April ll.-The pres)
satis! yacht Mayflower, bearing John)
ind to Washington from Vern Crus.l
a? not reported to tho navy depsrt
Addressed the People of
ton County Saturday-!
mer Speeches With S
Walterboro, April ll.-lo opening
[his campaign for t?.e United Butte? j
(benair Cole I.. Weane addressed a
llarge number of people here today. His
address was as follow?:
? lt is too freBli in the minds of the ?
people o? this state to need repeating
he.re,,hu^.merely to keep the records
straight,^! desire to metlon that In
th'; campaign of I!****>. when I was ai
candidate for the office of governor,
I was-fearfully, unjustly and malle- j
.(.linly asmtultud by certain newspa-1
pera, talebearers and oth TB. without
cause or ju St I Heat ion.
In 19C8; you remember the fearful
.oiislUsebi)ih:it WUK made upon m . hy
the editor of the Columbia State and
othe? newspapers In South Carolina
abus?, personal .-nd political, false
hoods of the mo. . unwarranted, ma
licious and foul character, which fi
nally terminated in the cortoonlng ot
[(myself as a buzzard flying across the
sthte with, my face as it,s head, and
with wings outspread and upon each'
of its feather* some dirty, Rt h y in
Then again you remember how fear
|rul this contest was waged from the
same source by the element of the
people, and yea, thise cowardly assas
sins of character have attempted to
decolv? the people outside of the
State by continually yelling that it
?was Bleasc that was creating strife,
?that it was Blease that was carrying
on a campaign of vituperation and
abuser When they knew and all the
?people of South Carolina knew, and
know now, that I was discussing is
sues and doing all within my power
to keep -down factional strife, and no
: man can point to a speech 1 have ey?
,r.r SMM!<P rt'uiyM bruugut aoout, or
(would bring about, faction against
faction, class against ' class, labor
aRainat,..capital or vice-versa.
; Thf.vigh all of it I sat and said
nothing. Many times friends would''
nay tty m?^ ?a net EC 3 h o >v you
can possibly stand it-the vituperation,
und abuse-which they have heaped
?upon you"-and yet these people wer ?
.endeavoring to bring others to believe
?that it was I, and not them, tim? v .is
.engaging in a personal campaign to
letead of discussing th2 issues. They
?knew they were lies. The people of
this State know today that tttay were
Iles. They were not satisfied with
these Ulinga, but even after 1 was
nominated, yea. after I was elect-Mi
governor, tads same crowd- have, con
tinually kept np their nagging, their
abuasi their vitup?ration, their stander,
andreren, at the expense of lowering
the .people of this 8tate in the esti
mation of the outside world, they have
continuad their malicious misrepre
sentations in reference.to me. my.qf-;
flem. acts, ?and the .Governor's., oin ce,
and truly through lt all, I have befen
able fd whip them, 1 h?*e had success?'
Ibeffah'se' tKn nronl? ?re ?a.?r. they bp*
lieirfr, In.ti fair d?ui, and they will not
lsaaia.ioit ur tolerate, in this campaign,
?bust U'bd. slsader, as .titty have, nos
tolerate?! it In thc femu?lgn of 1910
?rd 11)12. And tbs otbsr aldo might
well remember the words of the Great
Book.-JiJJc not deceived; God. ls not
mocked; for whatsoever a man so wet h,
that shall he, also reap.";. They have
sown falsehood?, vituperation alni
listhey have reaped defeat.
era ago, long before the oo
line campaign. by. the candi -
' National and, State office.*.,
papers'began and carried on
ja campaign ot abuse, vituperation and
unfair criticism of the Governor of
Sooth Carolina. One of the Governor's
ppdnens*; aa well as other speak irs
?onffflkf 'side, (raveled the state' from
ibe^Jauuuiutins to the coast, and heap?
ed abuse upon the Governor and WB
followers'.1; The "-Governor sat silent.
a0dt4ook.it all, without complaint or
rdptyr* Wien the opening day of tho
campaign carno, In making bis opon
inis address, ?H> ? merreti um iv xhe
opponent -nor to those parties nor
their criticismo and .unfair and un
just chargea, accompanied with vi
tuperation aid abuse, were indulged
in. The lu-xi day the Governor nu
inacii i?eia, SghuiiK in defensa or
his p,?rsi?na\ -liArsetcr. bis public rep
utution and hts official acts. Since
that tmie tbls abuse from newspa-.
pera, and others have ceased.
I han-- boped that the -pe?
ple of South Carolina could this year
witness a campaign pitched upon s
high ohms and fought upon high
Kron ods-& campaign fought for prin
ciple, and not a campaign of personal
abuse.-?vituperation and ?lander. It
stems, however, that already the clam
or bas begun, and thal another cam
paign 1c to waged bV a*? opponents,
based uipoii falsehood and abuse.
I nm :x Democrat, have always been,,
and ' 'havirvMevcf on any occasion nor
f iltered In my allegiance
eratic national, and State
ld hav$ always supported
the - fact that oftentimes I
baye yo*?d for personal enemies-mon
to Nv hom I did not speak, men to whom
I do not vet ?n-;tV. un* m??? m ww.;?
: would not speak. . belong to the
party to which Btv peoale have belonx
M>Wf'g?n?rations-rto which I belong
f.i in !>..'.. ;;r.<? have eve; since he
lo>i,^eii. and for which 1 followed
Hampton, butler and Gory tu 1876,
rry, Bnfl obelad, at?ltA with my peo
ev?ry call that was snide upon
Walterboro and Colle'
Sort of Resume of Foc
?me New Features
a newspaper who hotted the regular
Demoergue party and voted for an
Ind?pendant against the regular Dem
ocratic nominees, buth Slate and Na
tional-the editor of a newspaper
that was born in independ<>ntism. was
nursed In the cradle of un alliance of
white popple ,wlth negroes In an at
tempt to dethrone the Democratic
party-a newspaper that from that day
on, under the control of this editor,
han been, an upholder and defender
of the negroes as having rights on
an equality with the white men, and
has on every possible occasion con
demned white , men. hy calling them
murderers and outlaws and hoodlums,
'who have dared to stand in the,open
in defense of thc virtue of the white
womanhood of our state-our mothers
and sisters. That is the man with his
associates, with his i mle pendent is in,
,with his record as a bolter and as
aligning with. negroes against white
?people, who dares to criticize my De
j Bet?re becoming a regu?ar candi
date for the United States senate, I, as
'all other candidates, will fa't? th*\ fol
1 lowing pledge provided by the Demo
teratic party, of thc Stats:
"Ac a candidate for thu oitlc ; of
United States senatr.. in the Demo
cratic primary el*".?ion, to bc held on
the lust Tuesday in August, 1914; -I
.hereby pledge> myself to abide th? re
sults of such primary ard support the
nominee thereof, and I declaro that I
.am a democrat and that ? am not, nor
I will I become the candidate of any
; faction, either privately or publicly
I suggested? other than tho regular
?Democratic nomination. J will sup
port the political principles und jtoll
icieK of tho Pe?i:"'.:ra.:'.c r???/ tiurrng
(thc t? rm of office for which 1 may be
elected, and work in accord with my
j Democratic associates in Congress on
'all.party questions."
I By that pledge we will be bound. If
1 am elected to the United State.? Sen
uuv as ? will be, I will support the
platform ; and the principles of the
Democratic party, and. w:h.;u questions
ariBe which are set out in that plat
form and in those announced princi
ples I will unhesitatingly give them
my vote and my support. % Such, ques
tions are not covered in that platform,
and are Independent of lt, after giving
them my. most serious and careful
consid?ration, I Bhall act upon as I be
lieve to for the best mteraBts of thc
citizens of'the nation; whom I 'will
. represent, and ee pee fa Wy" the1 ?peopfo
,of South Carolina!
(.?It ha0 been charged,-falsely,-tbnt-f
have criticised the President of the
j United States. That ls known to be
.absolutely untrue.- I. was'against Mr:
Woodrow Wilson Xor-th? Deaieowirto
nomination and in favor of another.
But n?t?r he received his nomination,
? I not only votedvtpr,himself.t myself,
fbtit I wrote an appeal "to my friends,
j who at thc zzTT.v Unie were oeing un
' justly and u. fairly treated by being
charged with f???*?? ia th? State eloc
t*GSE. &S? vYil?B Iii i. ?i:?"?'? Moas? prrty
was attempting to mako inroads into
the Democratic rs.:.?es In .'His StaU:
1 wrote this appeal to my friends and
begged them to go to the polls and
support tho nominees of the National
I Democratic party, and to '? roll np ?,
large majority for nur congresshien
a? nominated, in x?n1crthat nocontest
might be brought which wouwsfeep
them from being seated ir the Repub
lican party controlled the !$KBena*
.Congress. If tb"j vote for me will he
compared to the vote for Mr. Wilson,
will be shown that my friends and I
were more loyal to the Democratic
nominees than the other side, because
'Mr. Wilson received more votes rn
?this Slute than i did, and most ?8*
jsurcdly any fool will admit that Mis
IBleasc men did not vote for Wilson
and at thc same time neglect to vota
Ifor illeasa. Therefore, it must have
been the other side who went to'tue
, poll? and voted fer "'i?-?u ?u? vio
lated their primary oath by declining
lo cast their votes for me as the Dem
ocratic nominee for Governor. Tho
official figures are as follows:
. Vote for D' -tors.-"4.8.
3.Y/. rkxoont \fr>ss?a<i'?i v?hc received
pt8,3&5. Vote ft^Bloase. -14,122. Who
isworc falsely? And yet this dUty.
mixed-breed editor, ia attempting,
through the columns of his paper, to
hold up to the people of this state that'
I sm not in sympathy .ard ?'-cord with
the National Democratic platform.
? I am not maning on Mr. Wilson's
coat tails. I am not swinging on to
tbs OubanB and roixid breeds and
other ilaskellKes. negro D-.msltes and
other allgnors of 18?0 and 1894 to be
elected to the United States senate
from South Carolina. I am not a
member of thc ITaakeli convention. J
stood out in the open and supported
Tillman and ti? regular Democratic
nominee*. I stood for the true Dem
[pcratic principles then, RS I stand
today and as I stand in ibis campaign',
and I am willing to compare .records
[with those who Me. today alternating
criticise iHKfltfHflHUBNf?
I I am B?rry, way felJow-citlxens, to
have to refer to loase matters here
today, but you see the trend that some
rCOp.c mir utmii? .?an ino enort tbgt
the.y are making, endeavoring to show
'ta?t I qhnulri -??* Kc. e?.w.?cJ JK
united states senate because ci the
fact thst I waa not a support?
Wilson for the Democratic
tlon. They forget.
political world than Bsn Tllii
to Crover Cleveland; and t
not used to detent ?
*te. Surely also *>ple.*a<n
not forgotten tas ?im?n
was senator, th
President Cl? .>* ieerfeL Yet,
nobody so far as 1 can remember, held
Mr. Tillman up and said that be should ;
be defeated because of thia, because.
Mr. Tillman was standing by th Dem
ocratic, platform and' the Democratic
party, as be ?aw it. and Mr. .Cleveland
was not, as Mf. Tillman saw it.
So far as I am concerned, I am not
swinging on to anybody's coat-tails.
In 1890 I was a reformer, but 1 did
not run on the coat-tails of any man.
In fact. I had run for the Legislature
in Newberry county tn 1888. and re
ceived a majority of the votes cast.
However, there were three who receiv
ed a higher vote than myself ? anil as
there were only three places tn tho
Legislature, 1 had to wait until 1890,
when I was elected by a handsome ma
jority, -lu 1894, I declined aa a can
didate for the Legislature, to pledge
i myself to the tb m Governor B. R.
; Tillman or then Senator W. C. Butler,
tor a seat in the United. States senate,
. because I believed in running on .my.
?own merits and not upon the coat
tails of any'man. I have <*ver refuted
! to do so. I recognize the political
j bees, so tar as my actions in this
world arc concerned, except the peo
ple, whose servant I am, and to whom
Ianswer, and to whom I answer for
all my public acts. As to my persona)
acts, as to my morality and my pri
vate life, I believe that there is a God;
I love Him, I honor Him, and to Him
will 1 answer, and upon Him I depend
for my health, my strength, my suc
cess in this world, and for a re wv rd in
the world to come. I do not propose
, to make this campaign hanging upon
(the coat-tails of any maa, but stand
in*; firmly and squarely as a Demo
crat-as a Jeffersonian Democrat.
In this connection, 1 do not cure
to refer to anything unpleasant, huir
it should be remembered that Mr.
[Bryan, the present Secretary of Stale
I of the United States undert PrdeTJen*
i Wilson, bolted the Democratic ticket
,in Nebraska in 1910 or 1911. Nolie
or these papers tbst are now raising
this howl are now accusing bim of 1K
1 in an independent or of not being a
Democrat. On the contrary, they fol
lowed his lead in the Baltimore con
vent ion.
j To show you the utter Inconsistency
of tills sheet which now attempts to
! criticize me and to read the out of the
{Democratic party because I was not
a Wilson man for the nnminot!.m :'.
their Issue of April 6, 1914. Tn speak
ing of tho candidacy pf Mr. Underwood
for the United States senate they say:
I "Within the last week Underwood
.has done a' good thing that, under th
circumstances, proves his quality anc
temper to OU? ?u?u? better tuan any
thing he bas done in a long while
and he bas done many notable things
?Ile .opposed the repeal of Che tolli
exemption act, thereby aligning him
self for a moment against the admin
istratlon that he has magnificent!}
I Hence, you see, it suits them In do.
,fense of their man, it is all right fo
I bira to fight against the .administra
rion, or do anything else he wants t<
'do, t?ut on tho other hand, with thel
'usual Inconsistency, no matter whs
"their opponent aces, he does wrong,
ii : ' Continued oa page ,,
Spring styles are now set
tled and the accepted
models here.
Soft hats, creased tele
scoped and flattened,
rolled edges with wide
silk bandi-$3.50.
Light weight derbies in
t la/^rious shapes, but the
flattish brim is leading in
r New York-$3.50.
Straw hats that are new
?itdr$ .entirely different
from the styles you
would expect, higher
crowns, and narrow
brims*-r$'l<.50, $2, $2.50,
$3 and $4.
ICaps, the noisy ones
50e $1.00, and $1.50.
Order by parcels post, JWo prepay
Insurance Company
The Leading Annual
Dividend Company
Company of Newark, N. J., ar? the moat liberal, moat simple and moat
simple and most flexible on Inn market.
tt?v?l??'<\'4 '* r'-o. . ? ?],,< ? - : ,
The Mutual Benefit has a record f?* g^'???HsS5 T ?3H??-A weet
ment of policyholders unexcelled in Hie in?ur?nce history, i
Its r^emiurm are low and itr- ANNUAL DIVIDENDS ar? large.
AH policies now being written arc participating.
"There are np stockholders, insurance bein? furnished at cost, sdi
saving* bolcnging to the policyholders. >
Th? Mutual Benefit h^s never wrUte^ tontine insurance, corucqfucnt
ly no part of its scrpUsa consists of ?referred dividende to be forfeited
in case of death or default in premium payments.
A dollars worth of Bf? inaurarice is furnished to each policyholder,
for every dollar paid by him.
ff you were horn after Una dfe&e sn October.v^ou can secure insur
ance prior to corresponding dat?" m. April, Cheaper Than You Ever
mar < a -a?
morai: ?$C? nowl
Dtsttse* Agent?
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