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BEGINNING ON TOMORROW
MORNING FIVE CARRIERS
WILL USE MACHINES
P. O. DEPARTMENT!
Schedule Given for Departure and |
Return of Carriers Under
New De??very--Must Bc
I'" tiii:i I'-r Wm. Laughlin hu: re
ni-.rd I tom Hur postolllce department
in Washington k pe rm'salon to allow
lin t urill . on run) routes HOJ. I. 2.
I. 7 anil S lo servo tin ir tr?te? in an
? i ??ii' lilt H iront Sept. Hi to April ?lu
IHM ;:t 8 a. m.. ami return toy 12 ni. |
Kn m .May Isl to September 1"> leavi
ut ll: 30 a. m.. ami ret ti rn by 10:30 a I
III Klirrt i ve April 1 U. IUI?.
Thc following ls a ropy of the let-'
tir rocciv.cj hy Postmaster Laughlin I
in rega/d to tin' a'nive:
With reference to your letter of the
iluto mentioned below, permission ls >
hereby gi anted for the ranier on th?
following rural rout?? to use the con- j
veyanco specified In ? ,'i viug his route ,
The schedule hereinafter set forth
should bc observed by the carrier
while using such conveyance, effec
live from tho date elated.
Kural currier.* are required to fur
nish veli-les adequate for the trans
portal iou or all mall foi their routes ;
This permission ls therefore given
only on condition that |roper accom
modation is provided Tor all matter
delivered and collected.' If the con
v?yame specified nroves insufflc'ent
for the accommod?t ian of the mail or
any cutnplnlnts of unsatisfactory ser
vice arise hy reason of this change
in the carriers conveyance, the us?;
nf the vehicle mentioned nn.is : bo dis
fly some satisfactory means and
without expense to the department im
mediately notify patrons of the chang.:
Date or letter: Itfiirch .list. I ?IC.
limites Nos. 1, 2, 4, 7 and S.
Proposed conveyance: Automobiles.
WILL 8E BEHOVED
All Penny Slot Machines Recently
Erected Are to Bc Taken
At the meeting of the city council
Inst night a motion waa adopted re
quiring the removul o? all-the chow
ing gum machines attached to post i
In different sections of 'tho city and
?Iso all penny soiles which wore sta
tjoiiod' on sidewalks. Thcso penny
nlot machines wor.o placed hore sev
eral month? ago.
The ucl Ion of city council In regard |
to thia matter will bo welcome now?
to many people cf tho city who have
been opposed to those little machine!
all the time.
ASK FOR and GET
Client substitutes cost YOU sam? pidce. j
Men, as a rule, are exa
Hats. This is no doubt due
personality. We have a li
pick of the very newest st)
trv them on.
Straws $1.50 to $?
Panamas $5 to $ .
? . ?..>
See us for the other thii
Easter, including a Suit rh
"Where Qttalily ReifW'
WILL HAVE ll PATROL
TO HAUL PRISONERS TO CITY
JAIL WHEN ARRESTS
THE USUAL RATE
? Of 75 Cents Will Bc Charged or
Assessed When Fines Are
Result of Cases.
Tin; rlly police of Anderson will j
hu ve a Black Maria within a rea
days to haul the prisoners in. this
matter being decided at a meei ng of
. itv count il l ist night.
This ac:iou carno about as tho re
mit of tho following motion from Al
derman lt. I'j. King: Thal tho auto
mobile now used In the city engineer
ing department be turne.l over to the
police committee at once, und that it
he converted into a patrol wagon
for the use of the city police depart
ment, the proper body and fixtures
hoing put on il; also that Hie horse
and buggy now used by tho pol leo de
partment, be traded or sold, and tho
money used to fix up tho patrol wa
gon; further that o^ch pe/son being
arrested and whe ls hauled to tin*
station In the patiol. if convicted in
mayors court, be fined an additional
T."i cents, and further a suitable stor
ugo place bc fixed up at the city hall
for the btoring of tho automobile.
This motion was seconded hy Al
derman W. ll. Dobbins and wan pass
A meeting of the police .oniui ttc?
will bo held tills morning to furthei
arrange for liav'ng tho automobile
converted into a patrol wagon.
In making his motion Mr. King
explained thut tho city certainly need
ed one. and that otlie.r cities ot' le.is
H'zo than Anderson alreadv liad them,
lie also gave instances of whom the
policemen had to bring in prisone.-j
from the outskirts of tho city Blncc
tiley hud nothing to haul them to the
station in. The wagon 'will bo
equipped so that one man will bo able
to drive it and ut the same time care
for the prisoners.
TWO GET MONEY FOR SUP
Mr. J. 'B. Felton yesterday morn
ing receivod notice of Etate all Tor
Anderson county school.; us follows:
To purchase n lpplcmcntary read
ing books for Piedmont school In
Piedmont d strict No. titi. S23.
To purchase supplementary read
ing books' for Tugaloo school in Fork
district No. 40. $100.
For public school buildings:
West. Market, District 17, StiOO.
White Plains, district 4?. ?:t00.
(?rcon Pond, district Ct*. $300.
Totitl for schools, $?J0O.
Total fer schools and books. $1.
Butterick Patterns for May.
Cox Statoinery Co.
op As Usual
ctiiiK in their selection ot
to the fact that hats simu
l?t to suit every face-thc
les-so come right in. and
FOR JUDGE SMITH BY
WAS GIVEN LAST EVENING
IN HOTEL CHIQUOLA
ENJOYABLE AFFAIR j
Many Excellent Informal Speeches
Made, the Honor Guest Be
ing Last on Program.
J luigi- Mendel ly. Smith wis th. j
honor guest of the Anderson County I
Dur association ut a banquet given i
lam evening In thc Hotel Chii|Uoln !
anil at which about 25 lawyers, prac- j
t leal ly every un inber of the as socia
tion, were present, lt is the custom
of the lur association to entertain in
honor of the presiding judge while lu
is .In the city presiding over elvi'
court, and the affair last evening was
prono?need by several as hoing tin
most enjoyable that has ever been
Tho presiden; of the Uar association
Mr. (J. Cullen Sullivan, acted a-,
toastmaster, and presided with
usual ease. In Introducing tho speak- |
ers of thu evening bc told many in
terosting jokes which caused much
mernlmonl and othenwiso displayed
hl? tabtlity as a splendid toastmaster.
Tho speakers of the evening were:
Capt. H. H, Watkins, Mossie. C. li.
Karie, Rufus Plant. Jr.. J. M. Paget.
A. H. Dagnall and Judge Smith. No
subjects heil boon as'gncd. and only
Informal talks were made. These,
however, being very interesting.
in introducing Judge Smith, Mr
Sullivan complimented him very h'gh
ly ami f poke of the esteem and re
gard with which he is held by people
all over South Carolina. He spok :
of his ability and Integrity and thc I
manne.* in which tho?e who came Ll
contact with him were impressed ?
with his Impartial ur.d fair way of i
dealing with all matters' that come
beforo him as clrcu'.t judge. A.* a
closing sentence to the introduction
Mr. Sullivan used a parapluase of a
line of Kipling: "All men count with
him but none too much. "
Judge Smith made an informal talk.
bv;t ono which was especially inter
esting and entertaining to those pre
sent. He expressed his appreciation
of the courtesies shown him by the
, members of the Anderson bar while
I ho has been presiding over the recent
j terms- of court, and also of thc goo i
fellowship which existed between th?.
I different attorneys of the city. He
elated that lie would look forward
j wi'th much pleasure to the lime, when
ho would be assigned to' preside over
the courts in Anderson county again
and that he felt very kindly toward
all members of the local bar. Ho the.?
spoke of the opportunities open to
lawyers and of the chances a young
man hau when entering this profes
The bani-uet wus served in a pr'
vate -ijv-tor of the Hotel Chlquola anti
It was a very elaborate ropa:.t. Th :
dining rccm was artistically decora'
ed with carnations, and ull want! o'
titoso presont were quickly gi?ca r.'
MR. T. J. MARUN TO
WELL KNOWN BUSINESS MAN
OF THIS CITY AN
Mr. T. J. Martin, a well known
wood and ccal dealer of this city,
foi morly a rei.-l.lent of Williamston,
announced yesterday afternoon that
ho would bo a candidate for sheriff In
tho coircng primary. Hts rnacuncc
ment is carried with other candidates
in this morning's issue of The ln-oll!
gencer under tho head ot "Candidat???
Mr. Martin needs no introduction
to tho people of Anderson, having liv
ed in this county since hie birth.
Prom 1888 to 189? ho was In busines:.
at fPelzer. Sintd that time he .live?
at Williamston until nearly two yearn
ugo bo came to Anderson to make
bis home, going Into tho wood ant
Mr. Martin has made an enviable
cncce&a in bus'eness, and this is gen
erally conceded os o splendid asset
for a politician in any capacity. Hi:
friends-he has hundreds of these
1 predict, for him a successful race. .
Tlie .political field ls alive with
candidatos -thia year, and lt has been
j said that others will announce. Mr.
1 Martin la -the fourth man to announce
fer sheriff, including Sheriff Ashley
** lu> will be a candidate to aucceeti
Was Taken home.
Mrs. -ft.-W. -Lewis, who underwent I
an operation at the county hospital
|tseveral days ago, is getting along
nicely and was taken tn her hosie at
Tho meeting ot the board ot health j
which -Was to have 'been held yester
day afternoon ?.?was postponed -until
thia morning. .
Get yow May Delineator now
lal Cox Stationery Co. \
".'-!. r\ '. ; - '/s^L?C;'^
IQ ABOLISH OFFICE
Of CITY ENGINEER
ACTION TAKEN AT MEETING
CITY COUNCIL HELD
Explained That Not Now Enough
Work to Warrant Permanent
Office of This Kind.
Al the meeting o? city council hixt I
night it was decided lo dispense with
the permanent office of a city engl
iiecr, and that the present engined
he retained to do the engiiu ring work
when such became necessary.
Alderman ??abt. Curter otfered b
mc l'on that .since the paving had
been finished and all of the engineer*
lng work which wa? necessary at this
time hiving been completed, and also
?ince the finances ol' the city would
nwt permit the employment ot a city
engineer at a standing salary at lin
pr?tent, that thc ollice ta abolished,
effective on May 10. Also that thu
present engineer bc retained to do the
work when necessary, and that ho bc
paid .$"? per day fer this.
This motion was seconded by Al
derman (.'ha-:. Spearman and thc vol
was unanimously in favor of it.
Before the motion was voted npo.i
there was a full diw.aission of thc ad
visability of taking this action. lt
was pointed out that there will liol
be enough steady engineering work in ?
the ncur future to warrant the em- I
ployment of an engineer at a regular |
salary, und also that tho city finances ?
were in Ruell shape that all expenses
possible had lo bc curtailed.
Thc ofliec of city engineer ls at
present occupied by .Mr. Wado A.
Sanders, lie? having uccepled thin
position about 20 months ago. Eich
member of council and the mayor last
night expressed themselves as heirn,
pleased w-'.th the WOVk of Mr. Sander?
In every particular, and that they were
confident that he was instrumental to
a remarkable degree in securing sud:
excellent paving for thc street of thc
city. They also stated that the>
wanted his services again when tho
next paving was uundortaken. They
stated that iMr. Sanders et all times
had done his utmost to give perfect
satisfaction and that in every respect
he had nerved ithe city as an excep
tionally good euglneer.
HAS BEEN COMPLETED
AND WILL BE TRIED OUT
SOME TIME THIS AF
IS VERY MODERN
And is in Keeping With Ander
son's Other Progressiveness
-Cost Over $5,000.
The incinerator plant of the city
will he completed this afternoon and
will bo tried out for the first ttait:.
The plant is located on Elast Market
street and has bf n erected by the
Nyc Odorloss incinerator company of
Macon, Ga.. Ute coat being approxi
Anderson will now have un up-to
date plant for tho disposal of gar
bage and of a model that has worked
with ontlrc satisfaction in many oth
er oltles. The building baa been
erected of quarry rock, and ia c cre
Doubtless many of the people of the
city will visit the plant tills afternoon
iu seo it in operation. Tho comple
tion of the incinerator comes at a very
appropriate time since next week la
Clean-Up- Week, and there wlll.be an
unusual amount of trash to dispose
Former Coroner, J. E. Beasley, .Offers
for Another Tenn.
Mr. J. Blvas Beasley, who nerved
Anderson county four years as coro
ner. 1908-12. announces his candidacy
for that office for another term. He
has many friends throughout tho
county who wilt be glad of an oppor
tunity to vote for him again and is
a capable and deserving man. . ?
Wishes to announce to those
who have corn to grind yiat his
mill is In excoll?nt condition
and he will appreciate your ?
patronage. t . .
the best Water Ground Meal at j
Call 4622 and have your meal
delivered to you, or leavo your
''orders'with liri. J. 1*. floater.
Phone ''?14, .-..':.'.. . . ; J
i ;' i a "iifi ?it*
A? '*?,.' ": . : '
what we me;
know how hat
the right suit
feeling of con
have been di
and young ni
appear in adv
of sty! s that
-you want ti
clothes are co
tail and we'n
yuu with the c
For Sprains, Lameness,
Sores, Cuts, Rheumatism
Penetrate? and Heal*.
Stop3 Pain At Once
For Man and Beast
25c 50c $1. At All Dealers.
. The most beautiful Une of
ever shown in Anderson.
NOW ON SALE AT
Feat's Bcok Stere
HERO'S OF THE NORTH
A MAN'S HONOR
lluniilt?ii Rodle anil Lois
Hereon n }
"AN.ENEMY TO SOCIETY* J
BETTER KIND OF MOVIES
?Phono 480 '
F Being There
in and you also
d it is to get just
to give you that
?signed for men
en who wish to
ance of the host
just about get by
3 know that your
rrect in every de
; ready to serve
$15, $20, $25
White Rubber Sole
White canv ? rubi :r soK': ,lih?lish walk
ing oxfords n?r girli-broad toe and
blucher style, on sale today
Veranda Pumps-white and black
black and white and plain white, rubber
sole and spring tf?1 Cfffc
Geisberg Bros. Shoe Co.
Under Masonic Temple !
Shoes That Satisfy
? t ii;
E HAVE severalthousand doh
" lai? to place on good f
lands. . g
. . < ' . : ; ' ? $ :