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. FRIDAY!; }*JW,??; 1016; '
' 11".'111 il *J\ i.U'jWigapp^^ '
f<^^yhn'll be 'first, tb. muddy ihej.swlni
: inliif? bolo? . .
Tho launderer la., tho,big^buslness
mnn today.1 >'.-. v ...
Where will it-All and?-tblB prepor? j
/ educas,pow.-wow] ...
And tho Ice mah comes Into his
fiwn once moro.
Strange wo., haven't heard a : JfisJ.
?tory tills|;seaab.q? '. ., -, ;.. .,
? ? - 'O-T-. , . ; ?
Wav.tcd: A man. who has sense
enough to attend to hts own business.
1 t'a too .hot: to/ sleep, but, we don't!
object to 'oiling about a shady porch, j
Obregou seejdtf to thing the. steam*
; roller was/u><$' in ?he El Paso con?
Germany' admits shea sorry, bat
falls, to add "and j I'll never do lt
again,".". v^. - ;
?'0: There's notbi?g/hY a nome. ' Dead
Man's, hill, ls th? livest place about
Verdun. " ? .
In tho sumnt?r' tlnie a young man's
fancy lightly turi a to thoughts of
cold lemonade. \* .'
|^^^f> <p?a man . had' %ri conceit to say
not many days ag;* thaine thorough
j^^.ly .understood a railway, guide.
.. ;>' -Wo have actually.iaeen-'a' moving
'ii : ^picture'' atiow i?h?re the hero gets
; Vf the ?j worst ; end all. the.. way ' through.
V v~o- :
Lots of j people bav? ' lived to%*?.
; score years, hu^
. V ed 'os '"much '.aa jr.tja.Cla^ 'Joe Cannon.
We atUI have 'wHh ua^* ?Vd-fa?h-|
" ruin 'when three wei
/"V ?<Tha early-tf,^^!^^
; axiom brings toVmVudcthe. fellow ?jrbu
ir mr*t ;p?t*:<i?&
I* Greenville- Odd SMlowa are
V ireas?hfc According ; toi ? a ntwo
;V;V; It's about^?m*^me little boy 'was
/wt-?Ur.ffDnd Fisher t<> take Mott and
?/p'Sett .ba'e^:'f:tnV'.?nrop?l; -'?^ney^eh^Vd
AUTHENTIC, SK Wff
Tlie Intelligencer ,Js .almost daily
asked to con,fifnt?,V?!t?rio?s g* rumor?
mostly pertaining to war, aud in many
instances the origin ot such reports
never becomes known. Only last
night this office was called over tele
phono, the voice at the otber end of
the wire asking expectantly: "In it
true tlie Germans have taken Ver
dun?" It was not true so far os
The Associated Prfas could determine,
and that news association would un
doubtedly be the first to have receiv
ed information of such a character.
The fountain bend of nil .mich wild
reports, hundreds of which are re
ceived at this office and never men
tioned-in fact, forgotten the moment
the query has been answered-might
bo easily traced were an effort mnde.
Certain dally newspapers, one par
ticularly, received in' Anderson, in
tho form of an "Eytra", carrying war
rumors, both at home and abroad, not
to mention ail forms of scandal and
unauthentic reports, ore no doubt re
sponsible for efforts being made at
the local nevupaper office to confirm
these reports. It is to be wondered
at that people of intelligence would
buy such newspapers, much less take
them hmno for their families to read.
The local papers are supplied with
up-to-the-minute events by the lead
ing newsgatberlng association of the
world, and aa a-result print only au
thentic, dependable news. Headline.)
are often misleading and in some cas
es are Intended. to augment the sale
of "Extras." The story printed be
neath tho blazing captions often tells
an entirely different Story.
Would it not be better after all to
patronize the home, paper only? In
this way you' not'o'hly'get information
of a dependable character, but asslHr
in building up a local Industry,
Weather Fo'reca?t-Generally fair
Friday and Saturday. Slightly cool
I Messrs. Fred Heath and Fredurg
hove just returned to Atlanta arter
paying tho local Coca-Cola company,
'which in tinder .the management ot
Capt. Ralph. J. Ramer, an inspection
visit This was the first time these
gentlemen had been In Anderson since
tho local company moved Into its new
quarters and th?y'were m?re than de
lighted j with cohdlt?oj?8*a?.<he?-if ound
thom, at at lng that they -we'/o Sur
prised to find such i a model and up-!
to*ttat? plant .:....' i '/
I MrV Horace, j. M?Gee^? family,
have" moved to 828 East River street
temporarily, their homo ot ^S^Oreen- j
ville street having heep J>?rn|d. Irat
er, they, win move. t?;'Nprfh Anderson.
The annual meeting of . the; stock
holders and directors of'tho Orr Cot
ton mill wUL be held this morning at
11:30 In the office of the mill.
.. ' . -. Q ?. / ; I
Banner? advertising the Coburn
players which are to apepar on the
Clemson campos on the 17th and 18th j
may* be foundMn tho rooms of the j
chamber- of commerce, v Old. cicmaon
men.and others aro naked to get these
and 'place them on their automobiles.)
All the baseball faha will be pres
ent this afternoon to witness the gamo
between,: South Carolina University
and Clemson. Support these games
antf; many moro will bo secured.
DEATH MBS. HESS P, MeMIIitAB?
0*enred In At?^?t^estcrday After
A ?u?srRi iim -rs?" T-f??l-^u hvr?.; j OB
t?rday announcing the death !bf Mrs.
Hiss Porcher, McMillan whteb-in^cur-,.
cd yesterday afternoon at 2:10 ai her.
home tn Atlanta, Ga,
The funeral servicbt? will be held in
Atlanta fcklsy at fit. Luke Church.
Mrs.'McMillan lived'In Anderson for
many years, before' her marriage,
and later after.she married her first
husband, Mr; Sloan cb o mad G Ander
son her . homeuii-f Mr. Frank Sloan,
who moved frew here to Atlanta laaj
fall was the only child by thia mar
riage. Some" years ago Mrs., Sloan
married MV W. B. McMillan of At
lanta, ana H?vte been Hying ;itt
Atlanta. ?-since' thai '.t'hne.-'. There is
"laughter by this marriage. Mrs.
"Han ..was a raosf. attract ive and
lo woman; and hisi host of
lends and relative? not only in An
., j?tift'|fl&MVKhr- tho/v'****; Who
wilt bo deeply grieved to hear of her
^S^^jy- . \-; ;';-'" ??';' .~l
? SCHOO* EXHISITWN.
i There wilt vbe an exhibition by Galt
Grove aehbol- airton schcol house oa j
*.Friday , evening at ?:3o o'clock.
The scrhooi is located throe mites I
- or Will tatton. ?y >
E*thw*t?? ; ?Si ; mi^i&??; ;:;
- ?#i?^-:;-.|o^ !att9taj?ed= by- hld
LARVK t'HOWlMi PACK
COCT BOOH TO HEAR
TRIAL OF YOI'NG M KN
(CONTINUED FROM PAGES ONE.)
tornoon. Mooro, who wa? arrested
tht> night of the murder, has been out
on $3,000 bond, as baa also Will Mar
Tho defendants are represented by
Messrs. Alvin ii. Dean, prominont
member of the Greenville bar, A.-H.
.Dagnall, C. H. Karie and G. B.
Greene, all members of the local bar.
Solicitor K. P. Smith ls being as
sisted in the prosecution by Mr. T.
Frank Watkins. Mr. Smith exam
ined the state's witnesses yesterday,
while tho cross examination was
dono by Mr. Dean.
In selecting the Jury the panel
was exhausted and an extra venire
had to bo drawn. The extra venire
corislstod of J. E. Dobbins, F. G.
Tribble, J. P. Crowther. J. W. Nor
ris, G. B. Walton, T. Q. Anderson.
Chas. A.'Gambrlll, J. C. Green, S.
R. Parker. W. S. .Mannins, J.. M.
Sullivan. Jr., Joiin S. Cromer. W. ?.
Ramsey and H. J. McGee.
The Jury drawn is as follows: T.
T. Cox, V. B. Wilson, E. M. Hall. R
E. Burris. H. M. Holland, Chas. C.
Pr?vost, W. S. Breozeaie, W. D. Mc
Clain. Tom F. Hil!, Joe W. Norris,
S. fl. Parker, T. Q. Anderson. Ex
cbaed hy the state were: J. J. Bruce.
B. N. Wyatt, J. H, McCuen, F.'. D.
Gray, E. C. Blackston and J. E. Dob
Those excused by the defendant
were: >L. M. Cochran. E. B. McCoy,
J. W. Brock, J. C. Garrison, M. C.
Dargan, J. S. Melton,'A. O. Epting,
W. P. Bell. J. P. Crowther, W. S.
Manning, J. C. Green, J. M Sullivan
and G. B. Walton.
Thc Trial Begins.
The Jury was not completed until
after the dinner recess, the first wit
ness, for tho state. Dr. 'll. H. Acker,
going on the stand shortly after 3
Dr. Acker testil?ed as to tho au
topsy which he made, stating, that he
had found thc imprint of a hail head
on Hick's face, which was probably
crn-aed from the foco being against
a nail extending above the level of
the floor i Dr. Acker told of thc
bullet wound which ho found in the
breast, ranging from the right side
tb 'Hie lett and passing through tho
aorta, or main artery, JuBt over the
heart.. This, ho stated, was sufliclcn:.
to have oaur-ed death . Dr. Acker
also ton UH cd as to. his return to
Brushy Creek section later when he
and Dr. H. H.' Harris mada a.second
examination of the body when it was
examined. Ho stated that he then
found a discoloration on tho fae;,
which ho thought was caused from
On cross-examination Mr. Denn
nue lied Dr. Acker tor Some- length
aWmt'Hbe . dlscoI0r?tl?ii'v?? the' race
of ? ;tho dead bddy.-. He asked ?.If- lt
could i net karo been caused because
or contact with the floor when Hicks,
fell after, ho was shot. The witness
r?pli?dvthat-Nit could have been caus
ed'from that or from blows-from ones
Iflrtj-?.'vH? said" that, he 'would not say
which lyn!. ?r.us?d the discoloration.
The- defenjBai rV .'attorney, also asked
State's wit nc i theV, discoloration,
could not b .. been cardlver spots
whlD?r, treQn-utly form on a : dead
body-. * -This the witness - stated waa
possible, but hardly probable ia thle
ca'4,e. . The witness was- also asked
lf .lt would have, been . possible for
Hicks to have arisen after he bad
been shot and walked several ?tops.
The witness replied that lt , would
Dr; HI H. .Harris, the physician
who assisted Dr. Acker 1a the second
examination of the body, was the
nextjwltness,. ''Dr. Harris told of Uae
discoloration on the face, stating that
in his opinion it wascaused from
force applied and not because . ot
spots forming on the body, after death
Ho gave numerous reasons i for his
opinion. . Dr. Harris ?also cited in
stances where he had: known, recopie
to run several feet- anti fair deed, af
ter being, shot. . > ? . i?'
?The neje! witness fqr-the state was
Miss Essaie Black. According to
Misc, mack's* 'tt?tlmony, -Hicks was
called from the houBe by-some Of.jth?
pai tlc-rf in the yard knocked-down and
then shot. He aTose,. walked; back
Into tho house, felt ? In the ceater^of
the room ?sudvog^lredi ; She stated
thal when Hicks left. tho houBe bc
j)?d'''-:hiB hands In libs" side pockets
aud. that h? was asked to remove
them. . She saw the flaeh from ?ie
pistol, but iiid no? see tho gun. She
did n?t; know who did the shooting
Kineo til! of the young m>? were,stan?
ding close to Hick* and in, frofct pf
him. She said that she had known
Hicks over three: years and that his
conduct in their homo had' been.-the
beet..;- . .." :. . V
?in crosa-examlnation Mis? Black
ck to the evidence given at first,
although <iuesUona Were fired cat her
for; nearly one-half hour. She e*ld,
that , she did not talk to neighbors
who. gathered around shortly after
tho killing and did not tel! the?;,whO-1
had dono tho'shooting. 8ho testified
that Hick?; had been coming , to see.
her and thai ?he not engaged]
Miss Etffie BiSck waa the next tpiti
neus for tho elate. Her testimony nh !
direct and cro?is examination *. wslef
practically the same as, thit of her
sister, except for .the .fact; thi|; fte
wee not standing in the doorway of
the home, hui; inside and did nat-ses
?ve shooting. ?y:
Serle Black, young brother ??..jsF?p"
Misses-Black, was the Ie,*i witii
examined yesterday "afternoon.
asa?, will he conttued this morning
*4 wita esses not engaged in >.tfcj
SHHN^were excused until Moa
irnlog, and all Juror? engaged
;ves?e\**eiaw4'?-*.''-' ' ? ?'
Ax? Kay, ; aldtsg prisoner to ss?
LARGE CROWDS WERE IN
Rev. Thoo. J. Watts of Columbia
Is Attending Sessions and
Many people from Anierson went
to Hopewell" yesterday to attend the
Saludi Baptist,' ?ahday'.'???hool con
vention which waa in session yester
day and which will continue through
today. Large crowds wero present,
and nearly ail. of ?tho schools of the
association were represented.
Tho following .program was oar
. ried put yesterday:
1 10:00. Devotion half hour, led by
Thoa. J. Watts;, State Sunday School
' Secretary, Columbia.
10:30. Organization of tho Con
11:00. Address , "Tho Modern
Sunday School--- Its Organization
and Management," -Kev. Harvey Beau
chap?n, D. D., Field Sec rep. ay First
Baptist Sunday School Board, Dallas
1:40. Discussion, "How to Suc
ceed as a Sunday School Teacher/'
Secreary Thos. J.' Watt?.
12:15 Question Box, .Inquiries ans
wered by Watts and Beauchamp.
12:&0.' Adjournment for dinner.
2:00. Song Service led by Henry
Milford. ' ' .
2:15. "How to gain and hold the
pupil's attention," Dr. Beauchamp.
3:00. "A study of the Teen Age
Pupil.'' Dr. W. 3.. Wiley. Field Sec
retary of the Sunday school Board.
'Mnecoge, Okla. ;
3;4r,. Discussion, "How May
Country Churches Improve their
buildings for Sunday School purpos
es?" Dr. Beauchamp.
4:30. Business' Session' followed
. Tods?**; Program . -
10:00. Devotional' Service^ . led
by Rov. W. B. lin wi; ins.
10:20. .Address,-.''A course .of Biblo
oludy for tho'Snnjday School teach
er," Dr. H. - Bea?d?amp..-_" '
11:00. Discussion. "The .Youns
People- How to Interest them in the
Sunday School," pr. Wiley.; ... .
H.:-10. Open 'Discussion, lcd . by
Thoa ..J. Watts.
12:30. Adjournment for dinner."
.2:00. Song service, led by Henry
Milford. ?T. y
.3:15. Religious- ?ducation in old
Testament tlmea," '^ey>-..,;C.' -t? .'. Jones
D.' D'.-, Education-^Secretary, bf f the
State Convention, Columbia.
, 3:00. Discussion, ''The Claims of
.ibo Sunday School -on adults." Dr.
3:45. DiecuBsion, "The Teacher's
Great Task',' Br; W. S. "Wiley.
. "^?O.?'- 'Business- a?scjibn followed
All. superintendent's are members
ot-the Convention ex-af?lelo and each
school is entitled tb three represen
tatives and two additional represent
atives- for every additional hundred
pupils over -the Ural hundred or frac
tional part-thereof. Each school is
Urged to send its full quota of dele
gates. .Each school ls a.vked to make
a small contrlbutlon'to cover expens
es. : '- #
Glass of Hot Water
a Splendid Habit
Open sluices of tba cyatem each
morning and wash away tho ;
' poisonous, stagnant matter.
Those of us who ate acbustbaie'd to
feel! dull and heavy; when we,arise;,
splitting headache, stuffy from a Cold,
four tongue, n?aty' breath, ?cid
i-.tomach, lame back, . can Instead,
both look and feel as fresh as ? daisy
always by washing th J poisons and
toxins from the body with phosphatbd
yatee each morita*. .
v We should drink, before breakfast,
? glass bf real hot water with ;a tea
spoonful of limes tono phosphat o jin
lt to finfill from tho .'stomach , liver,
kidneys and ten yarna af bowels , tba
previous day's indigestible waste, sour
bile and poisonous toxins'f thus cleans
ing, i Sweetening andy 'purifying tho
en tiro alimentary tract beitOr?: putting
more food into ibo,? atornaeh.
Tho action o? llnicatono;. phosphate
and hot water on en ' empty stomach
IS wonderfully Jnylgor^.K. itt cleans
bot AH the sour foi-ntentations, gases,
waste and actdicy aad .gires one a
splendid . apetite and
lt is said to be but apatite whllo until
twfeiroscs begin to -rpearV,jb? -hf
cheeks. A quarter pound cf limestone
phosphat? will cost }*NMry' little ot the
drug store, but is sufficient to make
anyone who Is - bothered with bilious
ness, constipation, etoni?ch troublo or
rheumatism a real ankhes fast on th?
subject M internal #fctta?pn. Try
lt-abd yO'n are assuradithat' Tf*PfflE
look bettor and feel'petter in ?very
?ray shortly. , ; yt
ca^5 Sp b St v% ^al?1* escape
^Wlil BJ Bagwell o^rjic^og a?
Mgg^wajf. '. ? Jib : biff.".' ?
Of course, you'll want at least
You have more room for choi
serge suit, "6130," from the i
You'll wonder how it's possib
? It's because the makers have
rank among the foremost in t
Blue or gray-$15.00--whicl
Local market 12.50.
.Nev/ York Market. .. .. .
Open High Low Close
May.12.90 ?12.98 12.85 12.86
Jnly.; ..13.01 13.14 12.95 12.97
:?ct.'.. ..13.25 13.30 13.15 13.16
Dec. .. .. 184.108.40.206 13.31 13.34
New York spots 13.10. ?>]
, . Open
Maj -June.1 ' .. . .813
July-Aug., .. .-8.09
Oct-Nov..' .. .. I...7.94
Spots 8.43. .
To'slniply order your Iioruo
"Painted" ls not enongh- spocl
/r' ,;-;. ' ?.
"Town and Country"
and you will know the quality
of protection that lsvlielug. 'put
on your house.
Anderson Paiot &Color Co.
?9S N?KTH MAIN ST.
. A dollar down-A dol
lar a week, or, pay day. j
That's the Simplified}
'Savings System- way. Op-,
, ly?y?u^ can~pay jn^iajfj
. amount^trtm'10c. uu. each
pay.'day. , /;'_
Your money bear* inter-:
est compound iuarttrly;
f?jjffl?fa wheii^vy*?u ;?js*?
^;Jw^y. m?n shoutu jola theil
* Ctuh. . ^ j
i*lk\m "tn 'tlttv n?v?piita: :
one serviceable suit for "all occasion'? use this spring.
ce this year, for. we've secured a beautiful new Clothcraft gray
tame house that makes the well-known "5130" blue.
te to get so much good style and-careful workr^anship at $15.
specialized on medium-priced clothes for 70 years atid they
he country in scientific methods of manufacture.
* wiU it be?
The Store witha Conscience'* ^
ave cordially invited ? to visit, our .tore
Sylille -in town. You'll rind it'a pretty,
good stcVc,'. we tljink. We are sure'
you'll find its Merchandise- newer ani
lu tter limn most" peaces and a corps cf
sales people Avrrjp" ?r?l at all times painstak
ing and courteous.? We'll be glad to
have \QI\ and to. sr)ow y:ou;. so.conic in
ami. rflo ] as y o u w oukt in "your,store-' ' at
home, ours is just a$ home-liki
you made all the ^most necessary pur
chases .before leavings, but you'll' be. a,pt.Vt .
to need'a small..article.pf some s.ort--ssy '
"'. Handkerchiefs, ;F$ns,: T<iil;etJMUcl!?.s, .u.tc..^
Our st?ck of these is just as High ; toned as,
the expensive outer, garments^ ? . j;
ir fr'- >,-.?.\-*->.;..
we ean supply all your' heeds" from head .
to fo?t in-quite a satisfying manner.. ^
YOU CAN USE THE 'PHONE
YOUR ORDERS WILL BE PROPERLY
When y?u lal^^fr trip this^umiit?r-^^re and 1 fri
supply y^ltwlt!^^ | ;
f&m tificatien? if-?ost no ty^Mg. cato ?& ^m"-CTshet?;
. and the cost ls very snia?l. > ,v