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IN OGONEE COUNTY
RESULTS OF COUNTY DEMO
Were Offered, One Indorsing
Wilson-Other for County
Ai iii? nicoli nu of the Uconeoj
(Vin ly Democratic convention ycs-i
terday Mr. K. C. Doyle wus cleated
elia! tuan, and Mr. .1. Paul Strlbllng
ole etd clerk. i
lac following were, elected del?
galo? to the state convention:
Mo.'?ra. P. M. Carey. B. ('. Doyle.
<?. M. Walker, Harry Hughes, \V. C.
King and J. IO. Kelley. >
Mr. J. M. M"-? wa? elected chair
man ci thc county executive commit
tee and Dr. Walker was elected
oiato cr.cct .".ve committeeman, j
A r?solution w.is offered and adopt
ed indo s ng tho administration ot
Woodrow Wilson und asking for '.ho i
support of the South Carolina dole
gat ion ki Mic Nationul convention for
his rem minalton.
?Another'resolution waa offered thai
nil delegates to tho stato convention
ho ."ua'.ructcd to work for. tlie .vjn
tinuarco or tho county-lo-county
campaign, this Peing aJaidcd af'.er a
very Uplrited debate.
An Anderson gentleman who was.
prceent at tho convention stated yoa
tonlay afternoon that tho attendanco
wan small and that faoMonallsm wis
Pl CMC AT IIIUII POINT
lilg Crowd Expected There on /Sut ur.
day of This Week.
The'High Point School will close
i on, Friday of this; Avook and on Sat
urday lhere will bo a big picnic to
which Hie public is cordially invited.
High Point ls located about midway
between Beitou and Honea Path and
those being on tho P. & N., railway ;
will get off ot Vandlvor.
Several speeches aro to be made
and among tho speakers who have
been invited uro: Messrs. E. C. Mc
Cants,' J. B. Felton, L. L. Rice, J.
Mack K'ing, Joo M. H. Ashley, Jas.
N. Pearn)an and John A. Horton/
in Floor Oils,
are steadily, increasing. There
arc many reasons for this, but
we attribute the business tn
these lines largely to the fact
that customers are . always
able to find here just what
they want and can buy just
the quantity desired.
. Phone uv.ymir needs.
Auder son Paint & Color Co
list AT Li: A ST twice a year, whet
liOt him give your teeth s thore.ugh <
ot decoy, clean off the tartar, and :
evils that arv likely to grow aa yoit
Offlco Of cr lay mers
Residence 'Phone 6?, /Arderse
When you take your tri
SMViHy yourself with K? N.
Cashoil every Where ; yt
titivation; If l?st no one i
and the cost ii very small.
K. N. and K; Tfave^?s:fr
THE GRAIN ELEVATOR
WAS SOLD BY JUDGE OF
Monday Was Salesday and Other
Small Sales Made-Elevator
Sold for $200
J winn of Probate W. P. Nicholson
H?>ltl three lots of '?'ml yesterday
morning ?it Diu usual hours of sall!,
flic f'rt'. salo wav in tho ?aise of S.
M. Orr, ll, A. Orr and II. H. Wat
kins, executors of tho will o? S. M.
Orr vs. (ellison und thc Anderson
r?3al Estate and Investment Co. The
land In th's ?.?.???. 3H acres was
hld lu hy the Anderson Real Estate
ami InvcHtment Co.. and sold to them
In tho casu o' Wllllamston 13. &
L. a>' Delation agni. Hood, und
others, tlie lund In question, one lot
in the town of Wllllamston. was sold
to Mr. A. li. Dagnall'for $ooo.
In the case of John T. Murrina and
Hons. vs.. tho Carolina Grain Eleva
tor. W. L. ?irl?iuey. Sullivan Hard
ware Co.. the elevator war; bid in 'by
Mr.' Brlsscy for $200 and was sold to
him for that amount.
OLD TIME ENEMIES TO HAVE
GAME ON LOCAL
!s Very Great Since Many Boys
Are Attending Both of
Anderson baseball fans aro longing
for next Friday afternoon to come
since at that timo Clemson and Au
burn will play a gamo on tho Cator
Athletic field, this game having beon
arranged with tho manager of the
Clemson team by tho secretary of
tho chamber of commerco several
Cl cm fon and Auburn are o'J ene
m'es. Tho football gamo pu.;ed in
Anderson last Call was watched by
people far and near, since both of
theo collegee have alumni scattered
throughout the south. Local inter
Cst in 'tile athletic contests between
these two colleges 1? ?Iso very great
b'neo the number of wen who go to
Aub!i.-i from Anderson ranks next! I
to th', number who go to Clemson, f l
Totton lt eec hits. I <
Tho cotton receipts for this season J i
at tho Standard Warehouse ore 17,-1 i
251 bales as compared with 20,205 laut i
season. . . 11
Infants *?d Invalida
Rich milk, malted grain, in powder form.
For infanta j invalida ned sro wine children.
Pure nutrition, upbuilding the whole body.
Invigorates nursing mothers ul tte aged.
More nutritious thin tea, coffee, etc
Instantly prepared. Requires no cooking.
Substitutes Cost YOU Same Prico
An ounce ot prevention ls worth
a pound ot cure. This ls the
day of PREVENTIVE! MEDI
CINE. Nowhere .is this so nec
essary as in regard to the ca-2
of the TEETH. Visit the don
her you think you need it or dot
cleaning, search out the beginnings
In general PREVENT these dental
& Merchants Bantu
>n, S. C OfI.ee Thone 62?.
p this summer be sure and
& K, Traveler's Cheeks.
>ur signature is your iden
?se cati get them cashed;
h?tks are for sale at
. V if
MONTRAVILLE WOOD, GREAT
INVENTOR. HERE FOR
Wilt Con?ist of Morning Lecture,
Chinese Statesman and the
Monlriivfllc Wood, au inventive
genius anil one who has been lons
rocokn'wd a? an authority lu science
by the ? titted Sta'.es government, and
who KO delightfully entertained an
Anderson audience with his popular
?dence demonstration last year, was
tho attraction on the chautauqua pro
gram last evening. M,r. vVbod was
welcomed hack to Anderdon by a very
lurgo and enthualap'.ic audience
which for about nu hour and a half
listened to the explana!lons of scien
tific truths and theories and saw
somo of tho most Interesting of them
demonstrated on the utage.
Ono. of tho iiiost interesting fea
tures to the program was Mr. Wood's
explanation cf tho wireless telo
I bono and how it Im.v been made pos
sible fer on? in the Twited States
Lo convertie with pat Ut1? in Franco, a
iltetanco of ."?.OOO milos, the sound
being so clearly transmitted that the
party across thc water is able to tel?
who it is talking, lio demonstrated
-ho electrical r.ido of UIIB and gave
sonto vory interesting demonstra
Tho next demonstration was with
tho gyroscope, tho little machine
which has been so useful In tho suc
cessful operation of aeroplanes. This
lemonstration was given in Anderson
ast year, and has been the causo of
nuch talk ever since.
Tho lau: demonstration was that
>f a torpedo ' which will follow
lound. Thlc was perhaps the most
n cresting part of the entlro pro
tram . Mr. Wood was assjp'cd in h's
lemonstratlons by his daughter, Miss
?Vood, who was so well remembered
The program yesterday afternoon
:onslsted of a concert by the Weath
irwax Brothers quartette. The pro
;ram ronderei was a very pleasing
me and *xiv appreciated by a large
Beginning this morn'ng Dr. R,. B.
?. Kline will (begin to give his lec
ureB. The pross1 notices have the
ollowing to Bay concerning Mr.
H. E. P. Kline has appeared as
norning locturer on the Redpath
mautauquas for three years past.
Fits lectures have been distinctly ac
T'.-tublo to chautauqua audiences.
His disoussiono are clear-cut, alive
md provocative of earnest thought.
Mr. Kllno is well adapted and well
ramed for tho interpretation and
presentation of the world's best lit
erature. 'For many years he has
jeen a teached, reader and lecturer.
;nd for eight years taught, rhetoric.
Iteruturo and vocal expression iii
wo 'leading educational Ins.*.'. tu tiona.
In 1904 and 1905 ho was secretar>
)f the National Speech Arts? associa-,
ion and since that time he has beet,
i ia cm bor ot ita official board.
For several years Mr. Kline luv
icen tho Dean of the Department ni
Public Speaking of the Cuiumb'a vjoi
?ego of expression of Chicago.
Thia afternoon Ng Poon Chew icc
:ures on' "The Now Orient and Its
ile Uv. ion to tho United States.' '
In tho evening tho' Parla player *
.viii bo tho attraotlon. Tho first play
will bo.a stirring and timely drama
known "Tho War Zone," which will
not only Interest but -which will al
?O have a lesson. Tho '.'Lady Teazle"
L'ocno will follow, then a romantic
play, and lastly, ? clever and pleas
NEW TKUCK l?E?ONBT-BATI?D
?ud?rfon Concern Secures Agent-.?
For the "Superior.'*
Tho latest thing to bo shown In An
derson in, the way pf a truck ls tohe
"Superior," manufactured - by E. . Q.
WMtfngham'e. Sons, of Atlanta, for
which Campbell's Garage has tho
ag>rtcy tor this county. A two-ton
truck of thl.i malio was demonstrated
on the itreeti.? of the city Monday af
ternoon and ore;;:ed much favorable
comment. This truck has M-J-inch
wheel hise. va Ivo m ?etd motor un il
Internal gear drive.' It is neat and :
trim In appearance and; has been se
verely tested, ewing absolute satis
faction under, ell conditions.
Mr. J. h. Muilinsx, of Campbell's
Oarage, says that they expect to place
several ot these trucks here In the
near future and that the two they
har?'here, now -will he tuaced within
the next few days.
. ? 1 -i
Otk drove Camp.
Oak Grove No. 586, W . O. W.,
will , meet at Hayes store on Wednes
day evening at 8:$0 o'clock.
Stomal Catarrh Is
?. - this ?t?ntate catarrh is a
prevalent disease, Catarrh af
fects tho stomach aa o?ten as
t&t? person la moro er tese
tretmied: with stomach catarrh,
''fiftruni ta. oxtensivttyusedxtn
those. oases; '
MANY REAL ESTATE
According to Record Kept in Of
fice of County Auditor-Ma
ny in City of Anderson
Following ?8 <tli,o list of transfers of
real cstato lu Anderson comity dur
ing the month of April, according to
the records kept in the office of tho
auditor. Mr. Winston Smith:
W. W. Johnson to J. C. Nally, 3
hits, si nn? and other coti&Jderattai.
City of Anderson to Mrs. J. f.
Templeton, ono lot, $45,
W. L. iDrlssey to W. W. Johnson,
one lot, $350.
I). F. Johnson to J. C. Nally, one
lot. $10 and other consideration.
Eugene T. Anderson to Miss. S. G.
Scc'.t, cao lot. $750.
Sarah Ii. Sanders to J. Oscar San
ders, one lot, ?.*. and other consider
M. L. Bonham, trustees for Aman
da Scott, to Mrs. Lucy J. LangBton.
one let, $.500.
J. L. Membres to J. M. Evans, one
Mrs. I,. A. Simpson to W. II. God
frey, oho lot, $1.250.
L. s. Horton to Anderson F??al
B?tate and lu vestment Co., oho lot,
Mrs. Mort;'nier W. Beaty to P. IC.
Cllnkscales. trustee, two lots, $10 and
T. li. Kvans to John lt. Snolgrpvo
ono let, $750
Mary M.. W?hlte to J. E. Cllnk
?cale^, cr.j lot. $, $35,000.
D. S. and E. P. Vandivor to Wll
llnm and Mary Johnson, ono lot.
Mrs. Savannah Browne to JuniuB
F. Browne, one let, vi and love and
J. F. and J. M. Evans to S. S.
Hanks, 12 acres, $900.
J. C. Nally to W. W. Johnson and
B. F. Johnson, 64 1-2 acres, $1G ana
J. F. and J. M. Evans to P. B.
?entry. 9 34-100 acres, $468.50.
Boss Michell to W. R. Haynle, 30
35-100 acres. $1500.
E. W. I.ong to M. M. Ellison, 48
3-4 acres, $2,500.
Center vi Ile.
J. W. Eskew to J."R. Eskew. ca
al., 207 acres, $1 love'and affection.
College? Heights Land Co., to T.
Allen. ?0 acres, $10.497.50.
Chas. H. Peace to J .C. Kennedy,
one lot, $700.
H. G. Lovo to Katherine Williams,
ono lot, $700.
J. F. Evans, trustee, to J. M.
BvanB, two lofts; $300..';.
Anderson Real Estate Si Investment
Co.. to Smith MulU 7 3-4 ?cres. $800.
North Anderson. Development com
pany to E. G. Trlbble, one lot, $750.
Mrs. Mary C. Abrams to Anderson
Ft?al Estate and Investment Co., 15J
1-2 acre?, $5,075.
Iva Cemetery Association to B. F.
Saddler, two lats, $10. 1 t..
S. T. McCullough to A. H. Bur
riss, faur acres, $2,000.
Anderson Real Estato & Invest
ment Co.. to CllfTord Coleman, 152
1-2 acres, $5,500.
J. F. Aiken to Ed. Earle, 143 1-2
J. C. Meredith to T; B. Patrick,
cac lot. $25.
James Alexander to.R. II. Prlco,
Ihreo acres, $500.
( J. L. Fowler to Weldon W. Snipes.
51 acres. $1,000.
W. P. Nicholson, pr?bato Judge to
J. N. Nathans and Huger . s inkier,
245 acres, $8,200.
J. R. Donnald to E. II. Donnald,
ono lot, $4,000.
Mrs. Anna M. Smith to William M.
Smith? 105 acres, $G.000.
Moriah Gantt, et at. io Paul Wil
liams. 13 92-100 acres, t$l.
A. H. Grenshaw to Tonus Win
son, 23 acres, $2,200.
G. C. and . Comet?a . Kelly to
George N. Stovall. 5jt- acres, $100.85
and one-third undivided Interest.
Doreas Picken:- to i John V," Strlh
Ihig 4 35-100 acres, $60760.
L. Minto Lafmer td J. E. McGoq,
31 acres, $159.53.
W. ft. Osborne to'J. T. Pearson,
Doc McGee, ex., to James McGee, 26
l-? acres, $280. ' , -'.;..
W. P>. Osborno J. T. PoarSon and
Doc McGee, ex., to Doo McGee 33
acres,. $580.- Ul. ,
W. ft. Osborne, otc: ox., to Perry
McGee, 39 aereo. $39i.
Same to Henry M?Oae , 28 1-2
acres, $770.. ' sm ??
Samo -to Will McGeo, 51 1-2 acre?,
$525.25. t.y ? . -?ifCt.
James McGee to BOfl Keown, 8? 1*2
adrea; $290. ' .fe, V
Henry McGee to B<$k KeOwn,.28 1-3
acres, $718.75. ?gt?
?W. ft,, Osborno, J Pearson and
Dod McGee, ex. .to Atina Keown, 34
acres, $561. ...
Same, to; L. Minis . ' L*M-uier. 31
acres, $85.25. . / _
: Parry McGee to W; ft. Oslwrna, 29
acfes,v. $180 ; 60 ; "and / ?thor ?olia' *
j. F. Voile 'te J. I*. E.: Jones,
John ??vld 43ront to Caroline llosa
l*o at?dgeS Cirout, 10 aerea. $25 ond
clher conscldo. >tlon.
R. L. OrulkJTOh&Sco to J, F?.
fifi lota, $400 ajid other
I'^ft; L. CrviUdtaaixstitb J- '..ft. Holli
?g*ao lot, $100 and Otder consid
oration. ' ~'v '^THK$^^
OES TO ATLANTA TO
H. A. ORR LEFT YESTERDAY
TO BE ABSENT FEW
A SAFETY CODE
Is Being Considered by the United
States Bureau of Standards
Mr. ll. A. Orr loft yeKorduy Tor
Atlanta lo attend a conference ot
tho United Staten Bureau of Stan
dards liel? under the auspices of thc
engineering societies of thc south for
tho discussion of axiciy methods and
codea In electrical work.
In connection with tile formulation
of 'the Na ilon il Electrical Safety code
now almopt completed, officers in
charge of that work from the govern
ment -Bureau of Standards of Wash
D?iton, D. C., at the urgent solle'ta
tlon of some of thc southern otigl
neers. agreed to visit Atlaii.a and
hold a conference tn order that thc
proposed provisions of tho co.lc
might be thoroughly discus jed and
oppoitunlty given those interested In
this field to be heard.
As Ullis cedo Is now almost ready
for udoptlon, and, when it ls issued
as an luetrument of thc federal gov
ernment, will carry with it a trcmcn
dc<is prcstge. especially when dam-,
age suits are involved, lt ls pf tho ut
mort Importance that tho public ser
vice corporations should be well re
presented at this conference.
This is the final step in an attempt
to obta'n a reasonable and effective
code in connection with the many
llabil'Cy laws adopted by tho various
J. C. Kennedy Won Ford Offered In
Mr. J. C. Kennedy, cf the f'rm of I
Kennedy and Alexander, real estate]
dealers, .yesterday won the Ford, tour
ing car offered by tho Frank and De-1
Camps Realty company tu connection
with their sale of lots on Coll?ge |
There were 20 tickets, and each of.
thci'o were placed in separate en
velopes. These envelops wei}
thrown up. After all of them had
roached the ground, they were pick
ed up one at a time, tho last ono be
ing declared the winner. No 1, waa]
tho last one picked up, and this nu ni- j
ber was held *by Mr. Kennedy,
Tha committee in charge wore:
Messrs. L. E. Norryco, J. I. Brown-1
lee. Phelps Sasseen ami Wilt Divver.
Eleven lots wero ?old yesterday, the |
nrlcb ranging from $163 to $210.
VOTE SPECIAL VAX
Kierf nu Will Be Held on Moy 15 In
Supt. J. B. Felton yesterday or
dered an election to foe held In Cal
houn school dh;trier. No. 29 to bo held
on iMlay 15 for tho purpose of yoting
on two additional mill? for school
purposes. If carrido, this will make
a -total of 4 avlis for school pur
?.rv.. ;:: :-:- . . \
:M. A. Massond to M. C. KIser, 2
M. A. Mossoud to Horton Kisor, 2
L. .1. Jennings tn M. L. Floyd, one
F. T. Welhorn to J. C. Kagsdalc, j
eight lots. $1,213.50. ,
Theolia Rodgers McAllister to WU
liam H. Ellison, 48 ?-3 acres, $1,550.
D. J. Stono to C. Lt. Stone, 6 81'iOO
? J. H. riolllday t(. W, Fi. Cas?n, 5
"lirlfjhtcat Spot, lu Town"
BETTER KIND OF M?Y?E$
' May he fpdrid at the fdUowlh^
W. S. Ramsey's V '.'
?Bl E. Elmore's, ^
Paul Cromer'* ;<:?
?. G, Stevenson's
E. G. FantV
J. H. Allen's
How wonderfully pretty these
new Silk Dresses ure you
wouldn't los?? u minute coming
in Ul see tit*, ut. Omened yestor- \
day tweety taree; you know
"23" meuns go from liere-and
bless your hearts they aro going.
Yesterday we had a store full of
customers, lots of them couldn't
get waited on, but said they'd
bc back today. Hadn't you
better come too? Wo don't
mind li you have no idea of buy
ing, what wo want is to havo
you see all these pretty things.
Silk and Pongee
Dresses $10 to $25.
Wc might add that our buyer selected every one of these
dresses personally and bought them at reduced prices. They
are marked to sell the same way.
The very "sweetest" assortment
ever shown-in white and colr.ied
Lingerie and White Gr rgette
$2.00 to $5.00
Always new, of coarse. Shipments arrive two and
three times a week. We never have to bother you with
old stock and old styles.
Dainty Pumps jnattractive
design that will make a
strbrig ?appeal to feminine
Among the new arrivals are 72 pairs Krippendorf-Ditt
man's Kewpie Pumps, dall mat goat-all the style you are
looking for ani\ >/ou!d be considered great bargains at some
stores for $3.So pair. Our price--all sizes
3 to 7, the pair ..
Same style in Patent Leather.
72 Pairs Lonsbury Mathewson Co's. Paris Pumps--and
there tia^ never been shipped south a snappier, prettier, more
stylish Patent Pump by any one to sell for $5.oo( Our price
in B, G ahd-D widths and sizes 2 io 7, a? A . foti
.he pair ',. . . ? ? ?? ? ? ?? ? % . $4.0Q
loo Dozen Puritan piapers, ?ize 22x44 Inches, hemmed
ready for use^bsolMteiy aseptic 4??1 .?^?
guaranteed fiy-m^ ...... ; W AV?V.