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MEETS IN CHARLESTON
LOCAL CHAMBER COMMERCE
ASKED TO CO-OPERATE
General Theme Will Be "The Vic
torfe? of Peace/' and Con*
Tn? seventh annual ('(invention of
the Southern Commercial Congress
will be hel? In Charleston. December
13-17, wh.ih meanS that South Caro
lina ls tn in- th); host u> the greatest
body of men that assembles annually
for thc consideration of public eco
The secretary of tho Anderson
Chamber of Commerce has received
a letter from the managing director
of the congress in order that the local
organization may be in direct offi
cial touch with the congress' head
quarters In Washington for the pur
pose of deriving direct benefits from
all that is to he done throughout
191S in interpreting South Carolina
and in telling her story to the rest of
Tho program of the meeting In
Charleston will deal with tho general
theme, "Victories of Peuce," and will
Include a 'consideration not only nf
the achievements of the past, hut will
fix a basis for constructive, activities
in the future.
Two Wurr ?ateos.
Mles Ella Higgs and Mr. Roy N.
Shearer were married Sunday morn
ing at 10 o'clock at the home of tho
bride's father. Mr, Higgs on Church
street, Equinox, Rev. Lewis M. Smith,
Mr. A. C. Clappand Miss Tommie
Jan)es were married Sunday after
noon, June 27, at the home of the of
ficiating minister. Rev. Lewis M.
Smith at Equinox mills.
These young couples have tho best
wishes ot a wide circle of friends.
A NICE BIG ROAST
of Beef, fork or Mutton ia really one
of. the best, mea ts. For it ls just as
good cold aa hot. 8o you can have
several meals with only on* cooking.
' Tell us> to Bond one for Sunday din
ner. Make it a big one, for our meats
are Boreholes ' that only a big one will
have e?ohgh len to cut up old.
The Lily Whit? Market
J. N. LINDSAY, Proprietor.
ANDERSON WILL HAVE
BETTER MAIL SERVICE
SCHEDULE OF SIX TRAINS ON
BLUE RIDGE RAILWAY
Anderson'* Heavy Mail Comes
From Seneca and Service
Will Be Much Better.
effective Sunday, tho schedule "f
six rains on Hie Hine I : : < 1 . railway
will be change?t Ibo new schedule be
ing arrunge*! KU (bat the morning
mall from Seneca will reach Ander
son 20 minutes earlier. This mull
ls the heaviest mail for Anderson and
this <;hange will be greatly appre
The arrival and departure of the
train:, under the new schedule will be
Motor train. No. 2:*, for Wnlhulla,
will leave Anderson ut 8:05 a. m.. in
stead of 7;T>F> n. m.
Steam train, No. 12, ofr Helton and
Columbia, wjll leave Anderson at
9:jj6 a. m., instead of 8:31 a. m. This
train will arrive in Columbia at 2:18
p. m., instead of 1:20 p. m.
Motor trait, No. 24, front Walhalla,
will arrive nt Amler.soti at 2:18 p.
m., Instead of 2:25 p. m.
Motor train. No, 25, for Walhalla,
will leave Anderson at 8:05 p. qi-,
instead of 3 p. ni.
Mixed train, No, 8. for Helton, will'
lea? Anderson at 8: ir. a. m., Instead
of 10::?S a. m. This train will tiring
tho morning mail to Anderson, ar
riving at 8:0." o'clock. The passenger
train that hauls this mall now ar
rives hem ut 8:31 o'clock.
Mixed train. No. 7. foi- Walhalla,
will leave Anderson nt 12:25 p. m.,
instead ot 1:25 p m.
Tho schedule of three trains will
remuln unchanged. These tanins aro
Steam train, No. il, for Walhalla,
will leu Ve Anderson at 11:50 a. ra.
Steam train, No. ll, for Walhalla,
will leave Anderson at 5:52 p. m.
Steam train, No. 10, or Helton, will
leave Anderson ot 4:43 p. m.
Tho oqly chango on the Columbia
und Groenvillo division of the South
ern railway ls on No. 18, Greenville
to Columbia. This train will leave
Greenville 45 minnie:, later In the
morning and will arrive at Columbia
at 2:45 p. m. instead of 1:30 o'clock.
SCHOLARSHIP and ENTRANCE -
The examination for the award of
vacant scholarship in Winthrop Col
lege and for the admission of new
students will be held at tho County
Court House on Friday. Joly 2, at fl
a. m. Applicants must not bo IOBS
than sixteen yoars of age. . When
Scholarships are vacant after July 2
they will bo awarded to those making
tho highest nyerugo nt mis examina
tion, provided thoy meet? the condi
tions governing tba award. Appli
cants for Scholarships should wrlto
to President Johnson before the ex
amination for Scholarship examina
Scholarships are worth $100 arid
free tuition. The next session will
open September 15, 1915. For further
information and catalogue, address
Pres. H. B, Johnsen, Rock Hill, 8. C.
Do not that to ? neighbor which
.vc? would take ill'from him.-brec
MILLS ARE RUNNING
PART MACHINERY AT POWER ?
PLANTS RUNNING LATE
WATER FALLS SLOW
Late Last Night Water At Portman
and Gregg Shoal* Had Re*
The extreme high waters tn the
Savannah und Seneca rivers, which
for a time yesterday threatened to
go higher than in August 1'JOS, when
the Savanna)) river rose to such a
height that Augusta was flooded, bo
nan to slowly fall y<*?iterday about
lu.on und last night the water was
only eight feet over the Portman dam
and it was failing slowly at the Gregg
Shoals power plant. It waa stated
last night by the Southern Public
rnillties company that they expected
to have nari of their machinery at
these pl: *R running nt midnight and
that all the manufacturing concerns
which are dependent on hydro-elec
tric power would be running this
The rapid rise of the Seneca and
Savlannah rivers wero caused by tho
great downpour of rain in the wa
tersheds-in this sic!lon. Heavy rains
''ell in Anderson county Monday night
and Tuesday morning ?nd also In the
counties above here. A report from
Walhalla yesterday stated that rain
fell In torrents there up until 8:.10
yesterday morning. It was said that
Oconee county had tho heaviest rains
that had fallen in 10 or 15- years.
The rains on Tuesday morning
seem to have been' confined to the
western section of this couuty since
|?ft report from the Belton Power com
pany stated that there bad only been
a rise of 6 Inches. The greatest
height of the water over the dam at
Portman waB 10 feet and at Gregg
Shoals 8 feet and 4 inches.
Great damago is norted to crops
along the Savannah ard Seneca riv
ers and along the tributary streams.
Lowlands were badly washed and the
crops In some places destroyed. Su
pervisor J. .Mack King stated yester
day that he did not know how many
bridges had been washed away but
that several smaller onea had been
60 Head ('utile Lost.
lt was reported on the afreets ot
Anderson iuto yesterday afternoon
that 50 head of'registered cattle own
ed by Clemson College had been swept
away by the flood. The Intelligencer
tried to get in connection with Clem
son last night but waa unable to do
so a*:d this report co*.'!'1 not be veri
The report had lt that the cows,
were on an island and that tbe high
watera overflowed this place and the
cattle were swept down stream.'
Miss Carrie Gray returned yester
I day from a ten days' vlBit to friends
W. B. Turnor has returned to
(her home in Ellenton after a visit to
her parents, Mr.rand Mrs. B. B. Al
i lien. -" ' '..
Mrs. J. E. Forney has gone to
North Carolina to visit relatives.
Miss ?Mab Bonham has returned
from an extended visit to Richmond
Mrs. Alice Sykes-returned yester
day fro ma visit to friends in Rich
For Two Attractive Yisltora.
Mrs. R. S. Lig?n entertained a few
ladles at a charming little sewing par
ty yesterday morning in honor o! Mrs.
W. F. Jones of Elberton, the guest
of Mrs. B. A.-Henry and, Mrs,. R.
npown of Texas who is visiting Mrs.
x>. A. Le dbe tt*r.
It waa Just one of those delightful
little informal affairs for which this
gracious and accomplished hostess
ls so well Mown, hor beautiful home
being always an attractive spot to
her many friends, and lt waa a very
conbgenial and morry party who were
her guests on this happy occasion.
Advice to City People. Who. Want to
The following ls ah extract from e
letter published ia tho current issue
cf Farm and Fireside:
"The fatal mistake of ms?y city
p.-opie ?aklag to farm lifers, a rush
of enthusiasm before properly plan
ning tho, future Ufo. -They give, up
good' Jotra, scant nf means, and per
?uu" they ov ir Invest, depending upon
tin ir new efforts and resources to
-... et expense? thal should have been
..vroclaely provided for.
'?There. are many thousands of city
-^arc-earners who could v-stly bett?
their conditioas by having their fan
<T ant til I farm* of ton. flfteei
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Misses Minnie and Pearl Galley and
Mr. W. A. Oatley of Iva wtve in the
elly for u few boura yesterday after
Mrs. lt. S. Yeargin of Iva was in
thc city shopping-yesterday.
Mr. O. N. .Martin has returned to
Monea I'ath after visiting frienda In
the city. \
Mr. Feaster Jones of Starr was
a business visitor in the city yester
Dr. FJ. G. Witherspoon and son,
Mr. Thomas Witherspoon of Hollands
store were in the city yesterday.
Mr. James Dusenberry, who has
been confined to the Anderson hospi
tal for the pant few weeks, tamable to
be out again.
Mr. Phillip W?hlte went to Atlan
ta yesterday aft irnoon where he will
make his home in the future.
Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Ledbetter and
little son went to Atlanta yesterday
UOEKlNOR MANN "NO TALKS TO
EDITORS ON ENFORCING LAW
(CONTINUED FROM PAGE O?H.)
I do not propose, to use to secure the
enforcement ot these laws," said Gov.
Manning. "I am not in .the leadt at
the end of my row," he. said, express
ing his determination to exhaust ev
ery resource in his power to enforce
the laws. The governor said he
was not discouraged by the action of
the grand Jury in returning "no
bills" in the 32 blind tiger cases. The
governor said he v- s not making
any threats but he w. ited the people
to understand thu., the laws are go
ing to be enforced.
. "I propose to go after the big
men, the men higher up," said the
governor stating that he did not pro
pose to havts it said that the small
fellows were being hounded. and the
big dealers left alone. He said be
was going after tho big dealers
pr om pt I y-.an tl firmly.
The governor said reBults were be
ing accomplished in Charleston, point
ing out that CO revenue licenses had
been given up;' the bot?is and clubs
had; given up the open bars, and there
is s steadily increasing sentiment for
law enforcement. He pointed out the
many difficulties and how the improve
ment must necessarily bc slow and
asked -fii| li 1 ' II ' II ?iliiniitiril
but be patient fand Tealize the
tlon and he premised not io "3
but to do all .?? his power to enofrce
the laws inf Charleston am1, else
Tho chief gmaglstrate advocated
prison reforml-mentioning with dls-r
approval tho. locking in thc cells ai
fi p. m. everyfdny of the penitentiary
prisoners nnjlfith* condition? ol
of th,-. ehalnTMuiga and jails. He ap
proved tiki, compulsory education
law and urge* tl
working for-tho. ?cause of odu;
mentioning that South Carolina 0 tandi?
47 hi illiterac|r in the states as proof
positive of ital need of more educa
The gnvernpr said the tux commis
sion descrvodfthe support of every che
and was worling for the equal frtatton
of tax assentnent?. He doe? not be
lieve the taxfcotntalaBlon will do any
thing radical; this year and H itare
are any derates in tho act it cati be
remedied at it be next meeting of the
Mentioning \U\o borrowing'of money
for Hie state it 2.44, the governor said,
be was, look ag for-a a
refund the ? ate debt at a lower rate
of Interest rt Au lt now beare.
The govor or sahl he. though Ware
house t'omttl ssloncr Mclaurin hfl<S ac
complished, ?uch, bu he' thought, tho
act needed changing In
apocta and hWt ho propo;
oinmend ?> ? the- legist:
amendments!'.to safeguard thc
hou8U sysRSa. nilli put li on a ;
neut ba i
of direclor?r to advise-with'the
Tho go\?e*ju>r in closing eaW
must be .^wdntlnaance of that steady
work for it je people and. for the ad
vancement j?lnd ' npUft o?
paying a Hs^llment. to the press.
He wa . :<\fttioa on hv
fjrian Bark Sui
ed to t
High Water* Caused Them Much
Trouble and Had to Stop in
Anderson For Repairs.
Two Ford automobiles loaded with
Italians who were traveling from
Florida to Virginia, arrived In An
derson yesterday morning and spent
several hours here having their ma
One of the machines broke down
Just tliis side of the Savannah Hitter
Tuesday and the other one came to
Anderson that day to get parts for
it. While returning tho Ford car
got stuck at a deep creek and lind
to bc pulled out. lt seems that one
of tiie fellows was wading acro.ss the
swollen stream to pilot the machine
and that he walked off the bridge
into a ditcli and the machine follow
ed him. Although ther engine was
beneath the water for several min
utes the tourists stated that they
did not have much trouble In get
ting it started after <being pulled out..
Some of tho ltalia B Were automo
bile mechanics and others were
?pongo, drivers who had been work
ing off the coast of Florida.
Benetitd by t'bambrlaln's Liniment.
"Last winter I used Chamberlain's
liniment for rheumatic pains, stiffness
and soreness of rae knees, and can
conscientiously say that I never used
anything that did me so much good."
-Edward Craft, Elba, N. Y. Obtain
Splendid Program Has Beer. Ar
ranged and Large Attendance
Hi lton will celebrate the Fourth of
July on Saturday 3 and ft'om the pro
gram arranged tho day ought to be
one of pleasure from 9:30 a. n?. un
til arter the baseball game in the
Many contests have been arranged
Du re being two baseball games sche
ll'tied, one in the morning and one in
the afternoon. The. games will be
played between the Gluck Mill and
Helton Mill teams ot thc Anderson
Mill league and since theBe teams,
are leading in this circuit, both con
tests ought to bn very good.
Music for Llie day will be furnish
ed by tl>e Bolton band ?md everything
is free except the baseball games to
which au admission fee of ir>/?ente
will be charged.
Some of tho contests include: 100
yard dasi?, men only; baby carriage
race; egg i|*e for gar ls, walking
contest for tidies, penny race for
boys, 12 years old. and many other
contests will be the feature of the
day'H program. I'rlr.es worth while
will bc given in each contest.
-Tent Meeting at Lowndesvllle.
The tent meeting, conducted .under
the auspices of the Methodist church
closed Sal.hath evening. The ser
vices wore well attended, and the in
terest was good throughout. Kiev.
ANDERSON, S. C. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 30, 1915.
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ANDERSON, S. C. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 30, 1915.
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