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SEVERAL OASES TRIED
J. W. REED FOUND GUILTY
OF ISSUING WORTHLESS
Several of Those Found Guilty
Yesterday Received Their
Court of general nesBloun re-con
Veiled yesterday morning nt [):'M)
o'clock and began tho coutlnuanco of
tho case of Hrownto .McGrler and
Floyd Cheeks. Solicitor Smith repre
Ki'iitcd UJO ?tato ".nfl. Mr. i.,ep3 L. Bice
thc defendants. Checke was found
gullly and McOrier not guilty.
Cheeks. waH sentenced to 18 months.
T. II! Grumbles waa tried for issu
ing worthless checks. Tho defendant
wan absent and was not represented.
A verdict of guilty was returned.
J. W. Reed was tried for Issuing
worthless checks. Solicitor Smith re
presented tho statu and Metiers. Leon
1J. IUCO and \V. H. Frlerson tho de
fendant. Late yesterday aftornoon a
verdict of guilty was returned.
Edgar Jaine;; and Karlo Graham
woro found guilty of housebreaking
and larceny and were sentenced to 13
Roy Greens plead guilty to house
breaking and larceny and was sen
tenced to IS months.
Tho grand Jury returned the follow
. L. T. Craddock, pointing firearms.
John Lt. Harris, obtaining boods un
der false pretense, truo pill.
W. L. and Edgar Hubbard, viola
tion dispensary iaw, true om.
When court took a recess yesterday
0ftemo.on.the case of Wylie Berry, in?
dieted for housebreaking and larceny,
was being tried. Solicitor Smith re
presents the stat'? and Mr. Pringle
ClinkscaloB, the defendant.
Do your feet hurt these hot
days-if so use DJJces Foot Tab
lets; Owl Drug Coi
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ff A Lasting SS
51 Pleasure ll
Pleasure . purchased
with money ls usually
fleeting and the money
No ono donica , tho
p)easure of wearing a
beautiful di ainu ml,
? The .\ pleasure In
lasting and at any tinto
you nced^ 'your money
you can. reallio lt at a
Wo can sell you
diamonds at, priced,
that make; ; thom pay
ing investment.1). "
Walter H. Reese
Your Jewelers. . *?
"Brightest Spot tn Tonn**
' Clyde Fiichca
;fi|pTER KIND OF . MOVIES
lm>.?>r??r?i>r*i.?.i?n?i < i .?um:>.uaam-w.?ii.^.Miiii??
; jfim ?iiirrfii&ii?iilni ' t in urn i m miViindi IIIJM
. Sirs. LvMl? Carter
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.'. 81* Ifi??l Future '
Sifahge Cas? of t?ayy ragev
7 iN^iV./f?o ??cratttey.gawafdi Trio/'
P^^?-r?sg Fresh Air Every:
Z. G. SALLENTELOS]
BARK Ai?VE STOCK
FOUR MULES AND ONE
HORSE BURNED LATE
Some insurance Was Carried But
Not Enough to Cover Loss.
Mr. Z..C. Bullcntine, a prominent
farmer who lives Just east of tho
city, last night ut 1 o'clock lost his
big modern barn, four mules, ono
horse, two buggier, and feedstuff by
jilro. Somo insurance was carried,
tho exact amount unobtainable last
night, but it wili not bo enough to
near cover tho loss.
Tho origin of tho fire IB unknown.
Mr. Hallentlne and family were
asleep and tho blaze was not discov
ered before it had mido considerable
headway. It was -then Impossible
to get the livestock from the barn.
Mr. flallentino's new Overland auto
inohllo wa? run from tho sited, and
'n some way caught lire. It was not
badly damaged, only tho back Beat
Mr. Uallentino stated last night lt
would bo impossible to correctly es
timate the loss. Tho barn was a
largo ono und well equipped. The
mules alone cost him over ?1,000.
The buggies were practically new
and also -the wagon. In addition to
these there was considerable feed
stuff which was los-t, including sov
eral thousand bundles of fodder.
Tho Uro department started to me
fire, but discovered it was out of the
city limits and did not go.
Fire Yesterday Morning
The tiro department was called out
yesterday morning nt 8 o'clock to ex
tinguish a am nil blaze on the roo: ol
the house of Gen. M. L. Bonham on
Greenville street. A largo bolo was
burned In the roof, and considerable
water damage done, all of which ls
covered by insurance.
ARE ADDING 3,000 FEET
DOWN ON SOUTH MAIN
ON LIGON STREET
Have Just Completed Placing 500
Fees on Lig?n Street, Malting
Total 16 1-2 Miles.
Tho Andersen Gui company lb' now I
at .work on South Main street, ex- ;
tending tho gas nu. 'n about 3000 to et. j
further. This Uno, will extend be-1
yonu .the Methodist church, and v.-il I j
uccomodate about 30 moro patrons.
The work ' was begun on Monday ]
monning arid will bo completed with
in tho next ton days.
The company baa Just completed
laying COO feet on Ligon street and
thi;) lino .will also acom?date many
When the South Main street line is
completed, and whichextends be
yond tho city limits, the local com
pany will, hovo over 16 1-2 'milos ol'|
lines in this city.
Iii VISITING tJOMPA Kl Y ll ERK.
Ie Very Mach ImpresHcd With Im
. . . provemcnto in City..
M$v Sigmori -Rosenblatt, one ot
th? proprietors .of the Columbia Tail-.
or|ng company, or Baltimore, who
ow nu and op uva ie? moro than 200
tailor in jj establishments throughout
the country, waa visitor to the city
Wednesday. Mr. Rosenblatt was
here to look over the local establ'ah
merit, which ia under the manage
ment of Mr. W. B. Nec-loy, and ex
pressed* "himself , ai? being ' highly
pleased with conditions as he found
itt has boot, two years or more since
&9r.: Rosenblatt visited Anderdon and
he was mucn -impressed with th?lhv
pr o vc men*, J that h tv?-o been trade In
'the elly iii thatV^??..' nbtahly' tb?
.hew Blab Ridge depot and other im
provements oh. Nijfth Wo'-a stiect. :
Mr. . Eoeehblatt left at 4:50 in. th?
afternoon fdr. Greenville, -whore it te
probable > they will open o> ?tore s im
itar to tho ono boluc operated in An
derson. ;\ .:>,
lets. Ov/I Drug Co.
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. We have on sate extra1;
* fine var??ti?s at 25c per
doren. , ..:.''.. -..
ATLANTA RAILROAD IS
J. L. MURPHY WAS VISITOR j
FOR FEW HOURS YES
Party of Surveyors Are Surveying |
South of Gas tonia and May
Como to Spartanburg.
Mr. J. Lt. Murphy was in thu city'
for a Bhort time yesterday afternoon,
having conic over from Georgia with j
a party of men from Hartwell. While I
tn tho city ho stated that while in
Atlanta he had conferred with pro- j
motors of the road and that they were j
very hopeful a? to Ks being built, and
Mr. Murphy stated that he was
more confident than ever that thc
road would be constructed. .
'Afr. Murphy's work in Ande;-son is
about complete. The subscriptions
h -.ive about been completed, and this
matter will o wound Up in the next
day or so.
On G?stenla Route
in this connection it is interesting
to note that it was learned In An
derson yesterday that a party bf sur
voyora are positively working from
Qastonla, N. C. toward Spartanburg.
Whether the/ mean to survey the
rtouto On to Spartanburg, and wheth
er it means that the P. & N. will
connect their, lines, could not be |
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TO VISITORS WHO WERE AT
TENDING STATE FEDER.
WiU Ba Given nfc Home of Mrs.
Rufus Fant and Men of City
Ono of '.he biggest affairs in con
nection 'with tho annual convention
ot the Federation of Women's clubs
now in cession in the city will be the
reception tn be given tomorrow ev
ening by uio chamber of commerce |
at .the homo of Mrs. Rufus Fant on
East TAvcr Street.
This .will afford an opportunity to
the men of. Anderson to meot t
distinguished gueests who aro in
the city attending the Federation and
it the same time will enable them to
become better acquainted with the
work which the various clubs of*the
sta te-aro", doing. The viriUors aro
also anxious to meet thc men cf An
derson. This city is today known In j
South Carolina bocauso e! its steady
(and rapid progreso and tho visitors
are anxious to meet those i>coplo
who-have been, lu a large measure,
responsible for this advancement.
The only, thing left for -tho men tb j
do ls to bb present. Ail of the de
talla havo been, attended to. and it is j
how up to them io au tend.
I MEETING OF
THE GHiQUOLA MF6. GO
Milla Enjoyed-Good Year and Di-1
vianda Ordered Paid-Offi.
eera Were Elected.
" At the annual mve'Jng ot the stock
h ol de ra of the Ch I quoi a -Manufactur
ing company, held in tho offices ot the
company at Honea Path, Mr. Jas. t).
Hammett, ns president submitted hi?
annual tsport, showing, that th? mills
experienced, a, good year. , :t
f Thu sr?vjjtb?lders re-el?eted ttt?
earns board of , dlrectoro, which ls
com po PC tl rf B. . P. Smith, ot New
York. J. K. Branch ot Richmond; W.
H. Hammett of Greenville; J, Bl. Slr
ride of GreenTUte; ft, M. Shirley bf
Hones tain R Shirley ot Hone*.
Path ; I?. Av Brock ot H>n*s; Path 1 tf?
fi; Brook o? H?h?? Path and Jae, t>.
Hat?aeu pt AndeYSon,
At a meo tin g of tho board of direc
tors held suhseguefct te the meelina
of the stockholders, th? oftteerti
reelected, MB? foilowe:. Jfftai t>. Ham
matt president anti treasurer; R, M,
GhlrJey, vice preiWsht, an<t tf. H.
Rudg?ns,;se^r?uiry.; . , y
The* ^rectors authgrlasd^heUsual
per cent semi-annual dividends oh
pMnitm tt?bk, a?a tba uanaUS per
cent semi-annual < dividend; on prefer
red otoeV* to. be paid ^aly 7st - .
The Erectors also ^uthottsta the
establishment fro* shower b?ths for
the ?laployeoo. ?or Gts women an^-JK
meto^r^,^habty a new ??1M fot
: these f ?thV WIT be erected On th*
Ber. J. T. Maa??? A pp? I* toe* ts.
A? MUM MILLI
SECOND AND LAST WAS
HELD OVER THERE LAST
Two Delivered by Candidates fori
Mayor and One by Mr. R.
Thu second a.'id last of llio city
campaign mee^lngB waa held laut
night ut 8::i0 in the Anderson Mill
hull, a boa!, 400 people being present.
Mr. Q. Cullen Sullivan, chairman o
the city executive committee presid
ed. Tho majority of those preuent
were voters from Ward t?. but th ore,
were a few ot tho citlezns from other
and the candidates receiving atten
y lu co Mr. Wade A .Sanders, can-)
i dldate for mayor hod followed Mr. J.
H. Godfrey, who is socking ro-eloc
tlon to the office of mayor, at the
meeting held in tho court, house on
Tuesday night, the order was revers
ed laut night, Mr. Sanders speaking
Hr. Sanders' Speech
In the opening remarks of his
speech Mr. Sanders complimented
the working people, and tho part
they played in tho affairs of the city
and country. Ho told of his boyhood
life on the farms In Anderson county,
of his later experiences as engineer
of various works in- other states, and
hew he had been thrown with the
working people so constantly.
He then discussed the paving of
Glenn Street, how lt had been a
pleasure for him to get the people
of ward 6 better otreets, etc.
He then took up more in detail his
platform. He said that if elected he
intended combining the offices of
city engineer and mayor which would
enable bim to havo an'economic ad
ministration as far ns that part waa
concerned, and how it would enable
him to better seo that' ali streets of
tho city recolvod tho proper amount
of attention. ' . ' .
Mr. Sanders stated that ho believ
ed in the enforcement of all ordinan
ces, and the people behind the coun
cil, he said be intended to make the
etty government satisfactory. Ho
! spoke of the conditions in ward 6, of
how ho would work to. see that the
people of that Bectlon would at all
times re?oive the same" attention as
thc people of other wards, of sani
tary improvements, etcA i
Mir. Sanders stated that ho believ
ed In giving every man a square deal,
made no difference who';- he was,
and that the people of Ward 6 would
always find in him a true friond who
'would stick to them whenever right
demanded it. He told the voters tint
he had be<m put in the race by tho
people, und that he knew that one
sixth of the voters of Ward 6 had
come to him with-the request that
ho enter the race.
In closing bia speech '.Mr. Sanders
asked'the rapport of thu- people, and
stated that ho would guarantee that
the voters would no bp disappointed
in him as thoir rie. t mayor; Mr.
Sanders received considerable ap
plause. Sr! ,"
Mayor Godfrey's Speech
In beginning his speech; Mr. God
frey asked those present if it wasn't
rather funny for his opponent to be
gin to. take so much notice of. . the
working people just at "the time be (
entered politics. >Ho said that be
wanted to know how many ho spoke
to while ne, was paving Glenn street.
Mri Godfrey stated thai he ' ap
peared teforo tho people'iof Ward G
two years ago and asked their sup
port. : He said ' that he .-land the late
! .Mr. Payne received the7 oimo num
ber or votes in Ward d 'tn the ?rist
primary, but. that in tho second, be
had won bq 50' odd votes'.' Ho said
that ho told them if ho was elected,
he would stick to them and ho had
In remunerating the tilinga ho said
bo would do anti which had-been'done
ho mentioned a paved cl cia walk from
Ui G village to the square; more are
lights. Ward 6 having received IQ ont
of tho 17 .which had been;' installed
during the pu it two years;, now hy
drants, wvxrd C having received four
cf the total 14; get the -'ettWne Vf thc
village eo tint they could -bo worked
?bi the city- and eltmiri?ti.nfc' sanitary
duo:-,. Ho stated that'SmOmt^ffifA-'
received moro than .the , other wardi.
but thia, wita because, that ward had
been neglected for several!years. He
told of .ta? -paving ortOlenh .street,
which Va8 a* good *ett>aVKgrct4M
city,* amt of the other-?treet V ini
proTcn^e'j.te .which, had ;heeav.ordered..
V -About-this time Mr. Fennell asked
Mr; Godfrey who the ?aW?ctty clerk
?>?? nbt&km>w!C He*B&t^tha4
think of something,, else, and v ?that
.wp* the report ' that he hail had the
boundaries; of Warda 1 and ?
changed because; he waa.. [going td
build a houno on Wost wbitnor street
arid did not caro to ha.to it in Woad
Mt?m&kil? that any.Mfe : ro?H>rt
was nothing bua an unmitigated 1 )?.
.???Mr: T*Ah??\ reidled^K* *he peo
p?o believed it and tho opposite had
having business ?p to#V abd that
?Ito wanted it. dM
him..oat. ^?-4>JMt.. '^^^^H^^^^^^^
.Mi"? Godfrey then stated tba?Tw
Mr. Q. Fran!
i wish to
prompt and ?
on my dwell
cured anout <
nient was ck
This is a
io so prompt
ronage for y
We have for ma
5 to the insurance bus
SE us if you are not one
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opponent hau said lie would enforce |
:Jl tho laws passed by city council
and in this connection there woe one
thing ho wanted to ask -the people
.vbout. Ho asked .them if they want-,
ed to .continue to have the dru?
stores open during certain hours on 1
. He then told of the good con.du.qt I
in. Ward 6, and bow instead of mak
ing, enemies of Ul oso who had come
before him-in court,' he li ail - mode
friends. Mr. Godfrey received much!
Mr . Cu rte r's Speech
Since Mr. A. I?. Carter: is thc only j
candidate for alderman from Ward. 6,
and ho Jo asking-re-election, bo only
modo a few remarks. He thanked
tho .people <for their support four
f years ago . and two years ego'.. . lia
then told of tho things, ho had worked j
'for In Ward G and how they had been j
.secured.^ . : . .
' This bolng all tho: speeches Sched
uled, the meeting.adjourned.
: Do you? feet bini thecc he
clnyc-if sp use Dikes Foot Ta!
leb. Otvl Dru* Co.
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Bolsg tb seethe
of Mrs. Laura ?, Sharpe,
las Been Adj?st??.
, ?n???rsoft, S. C.,
i, S. C.
express to you my appreciation of the
satisfactory settlement of the fire loss
irig which occurred today. Tri? fire oc
Dne o'clock and at six-thirty ttie adj list
)sed and papers all signed upi
little unusual to have a loss attended
ly, and I wish to bespeak a liberal pat
ou for such satisfactory handling of
you of my appreciation of same, I am,
Yours very truly,
Mrs. L. A. Sharpe.
ny years devoted our entire ?ame and thought
linead and our efforts are ottered to yow. Try
* of our policy hold?rs.
aie cordially invited to visit our ?tore,
while iii town. You'll find it a pretty
good store, wc think.. We are sure
you'll find its merchandise hewer and
better than most places and a corps ot
sales; .people who are at all times-painstak
ing and courteous. We'll bc glad to
have voil and to show you; ?o come in.
and do as.you would iii "your store" al:
hpme, ours is just as Home-like--- Xii
you made all the ih?st necessary, pur
chases before leaving,, out you'll be apt
to tiebd a small article .bf sonic sort--:;ay
M?'ndk?rchjefs, Fans, Toilet .Articles, etc.
?j Our stock of' these is just as high toned as
?h? expensive out?r garm?hts?
we carl ?ur>^?yali ^'yt?Mr;";_i??fe^S?s ??lfjifiV?^rt'"'
to fooi .ri quite a satisfying?^?nnl?r?^:;l);,!;';';::
AND PROM?*TLY ?*
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