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BENCH WARRANT WILL BE
ISSUED FOR STEVE
RIGHTS OF WAY
TO PUBLIC ROADS
Urges That Citizens Grant Per?
mission For Lands to Bc Used
In Making Better Grades
Tho presentment for the graud Ju
ry for tlilH torin of court wu? pro
Hi'ttletl yesterday afternoon at
o'clock, nntl it; or general Interest.
When llr?t reud, the name o? tho
youiig lady on which thu convict,
Steve Ltnllo attempted a ciimlnal
uH'.iault, was ommiU'd. The grand
Jary waa asked to ins.,,a lier . nant?,
so that a bench worrant could be
IBPUIMJ for ?nm.
Tho general presentment reads us
TO HON. arco. rc. PRINCES, HIE- .
SIDING JUDGE OF THU TENTH j
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. ANDERSON, S
Tho Grand Jury ' respectfully sub- "j
mit-. Hu? following general present
Wo have passed on ult Dills of In
dictment handed to ns at this Term
Tho committees which wero ap
?poluted at tho last Term, not having
completed the wprk assigned to them
will not make oily roport at 'this timo
but hopo to be able to make a full
roport on all matters in their charge
ut n subsequent Term.
In a previous presentment tho
Graud Jury recommended that a
toiler, for jadlos be et'^ubllshcd in tho
Court House. Wo regret that as
yet no stops have been taken towards
providing this important need .We
hape immediate steps will be taken
by tho propor authorities to li ave ono
Wo nave been informed that tho
material for making necessary ad
ditions to tho County Jail, has been
purchased. We recommend the com
. i?leilon of this work hs early as
it ha? come to our nti'.onV.on, that
In sonto cases,' the County- Supervisor
incurs extreme til 111 cul ty in obtain in;;
nights of Way for the- purnoo of
changing the grade of tho roads. As
I well-graded roads aro of so much
.benefit to tho publie gonerolly and
especially to tho communities
through which they run, we express
tho hope that in all cases where a
change.is needed in tho road for giv
ing -a good grad?, that tho adjacent
land owners wljl co-operate with
tho Supervisor and Commissioners in
.rsccurlnR tho ramo In an amicable
way. aa a resort to condemnations
proceeding are expensive and would
causo considerable delay. .
Wo hereby present one Clove Les
lie, an escaped convict for tho crimo
pf attempting to commit a criminal
. 'assault upon ' a white girl ot
Anderson County, said crime, hav
ing, boen committed In Anderson
County on tho find day of May, 1016,
.und recommend that all proper
tncans be takon for his apprehension
; . Wo doslro to express1 our approcl
' '.i ?.r"T
WATCH ppp DATE
'?' ? ' ot
MESH BAGS AND
DUAIWE POWDER BOXES
?- i. Vi i' ? -V ' , ' , .j ,
: : S
Is Kodak Time
Thibit,?Q? alt;the fun you-canl
lihve with a camera! The peo
plo 'you tpeet, t?>c places you go.
. th* ildugs ? you Y ?e?t^Ml^^%l
pl?? a tir? . look! ii g back In the
i.c?.H/'.rolls ^todayv get pic
tur.l? todwtK^^ilnis of any i
'. st?a;'; and wo relieve you of alf
thc trouble ami Insure you Ute v;
. jbe*t>: possit re*ultj&?- ^.c?St?i
teaftf?pt Stationers and ?Printern
utlon to Hi? Honor, tho Presiding,
Judgo for his very ublo charge to]
the Grund Jury delivered nt this |
Torrn, and we hopo to bo able, at a
later Terni of this Court to make a
report on some of th? r attora sug
gested therein, c?pecially relating to
tho Trustees of various schools In
the County, visiting their respective
schools 4o Bee bow tho work I? being
We desire further to express our]
thanks tu Your Honor UH well an all
cf tjio Officers of the Court for the
Courtesy Known us at this Tenn.
May ll, 191?.
Wado A. Watson, Fo-emun x
AT IVA COMPLETED
?JUST A LITTLE MORE WORK]
TO BE DONE IN NEXT
CURRENT ON 19TH
ti va Authorities Were Yesterday
Advised of Date That Town
Would Bc Lighted Up.
Mr. Harry A. Orr, manugor of tho |
local branch of the Southern Public
Utilities company, yesterday notified I
the authorities of the t/-wn of Iva
that unless tho present pians failed,
tho current would he turned on the
lighting syatom recently installed in
that town on May 10, ono week from
today. The work has been almost ?
completed and lt ls thought every
thing will have been llnlshcd by ne>:t j
When tho curront is turned on ap
proximately 150 homes and buslneas
houses in iva will bo lighted with
electricity and the> streets will be
Illuminated by 35 modern street
lamps, thus putting the IKtle town on
tho C. ic W C. In a ciass with thojb]
of mtum larger population.
The movement for tho lighting- sys
tem at Iva began to take definite
form during the latter part or Feb- j
mary und soon afterwards the fran
chise was signed by tho Southern j
Public Utilities company. Tho pow
er ls to be obtained from tho Gregg I
Shoal powor linn, tho wires being
tapped at Moffottsville, three miles
from iva. Beginning at M of fot t K
vlll?, practically every' home and
many barns between there and Iva.
and almost all the homes in Iva, will
be lighted wlt'h electricity.
The work of installing th. system
was begun during March, a.id has
boon carried on vory rapidly. Tho
entire system ls just as up-to-date
and modern as if had been insta-lled
ih a city of a. population of thous
.ands, and the people of Iva will en
Joy the same ruto as tho people in
The people of Iva are vory'proud j
of tho new lighting system and ara j
anxiously awaiting tho turning on ot
the "Juice." When the matter was
first started, the Southern Public.
Utilities company stated ?hat a cor
tain number of homes would have
to uso the electricity in order to get
'ho system and far moro than this
number signed up.
HEATH ?IIS. SABA MANTIS
Uccurod At Home ?cstorduy After?
\ neon at 3:80 o'clock. <
Mrs. Sara Martin, wldow^of -the.
la.tb Joseph Martin; died ot her homo
on Broyleu street, yesterday after
noon's* & 80 after ah illness of a
few days of pac union la. Fun o ral sor
u'^ea will be held at tho home this
afternoon and Interment will bo
in ado in Silver' Brook cemetery.
Mrs. Martin was a native of An
derson and had spent most of bet
lite In tills city. Stio was a membeV
of the First Bap'.lst church abd whs
77 years old. She 1B aurvlvod by
the.followlur; .children: Mn;. A. S.
Masters of tho Mountain Cr^sk sec
tion, Mrs. J. B. Catlett of Anderson,
Mr?. D. B. Briggs of Westminster,
Mrs. Elisabeth. Archer of this etty,
Mrs. Joe Martin of Belton and Mess
r?. L. !.. Martin, Quy Martin and
Claudo .ri ar tin of Anderson.
? Fer 2111 ih'. fy. Academy.
Columbia. 8. C., May ll-The.war
dc part men t. has j requested Governor
Manning to rocommend. three - mj??
bc?a Of the South Sardina National
Guard as candidates' for ad misas ton
to Wost Point. A jreeent act .of cbplv
gret* permita nlcnibors of tho Nat
ional Qua/ruS.toi enter titi nations.!
Beruh; *'. " riijr:,/- (Wireless. )
T?rklsh official communication dated
May m etty* two Ttrfltfeli|aer?p??n "
?fopp?d b?mbS April 2? oh the d
dock and, cti^t^k^V fort Saldf y
Do your fo?t: feat these
so use Dikes Foot T
?t>t^:.C^ :. ?
?xl?mxi& GU???V USED.
Berlin, MA* si.^Two vicio
*-|a?h attabks t?|thwest bf ,V?rd
ie tcrifflc nrb;of ihadhlnb guns.
. fest hurt these
Pippa Dike? Foot '
TO CLOSE TONIGHT
WITH RECEPTION BY CHAM
BER OF COMMERCE AT
And Other Officers This Morning
at 10:30-Directors Meet
Judging from tho i; tu tu nu: nt s of
some of tho most p omlriont vis', ors.
ono of tho most successful conven
tions of tho South C'arollnii Feder
ation of Women's clubs will come to
a close this evening when tho cham
ber of commerce glvs a reception
at tho home of Mr. Rufus Pant on
Bast Uiver street. The Federation
bu? boen lu session ever slnco Tues
day night, and tho attendance has
been especially good.
Ono of the mott Important feat
ures of tho session today will be the
election of officers, this being sche
duled for 10:30 o'clock a. m. The
most coveted position is of course
that of state president, and from all
Indications the election in thia in
stance will be a livoly one. The many
i'rends of tho two prominent mem
bers of tho Federation, and one of
these is on Anderson lady, will work
for the election of their favorite, and
the' contest will doubtless bo a close
Another important feature of .the
scs?lon today will ' ho the board ol
diro^prs 'meeting which Is i< " ho liold
this afternoon at 2:30"
fjvMuIon Yesterday Morning.
The <pqmwn^\oJ' women 'In'''South
Carolina Waa the subject* !to bo given
moBt attention yesterday morning.
Several sh?.rt'.'talki? Were made by Va
rious members on .the'better educa
tion of Konten and''"how'"to secure
opportunities ' .which aro'^noW avail
able^ ''?' j#M**oh' waa adopted which
will bo pre? outed to thc ho ard .;.*'
trustees of tho Medical collegp of
South' Carollh'a asking that "women',
students ho admitted. Another pe
tition waa alsb. endorsed asking for,
a cop a ra to build i np tor women - ali
South Carolina University^ This:
bas' hoon made a' en-cd nea tiona
L'chool, but at' present there Is ' no
dormitory for the' \vomari'.
.Hereafter tho paper winning the
prize wH.1 nat be ' .feed''^t'.tho Finn
Arts session, o' re?oit ^.dation jmajfe
by ?the v ,i-.iiniuui of Htv vl?re having
been addj#$d?. .' Tho recommendation
of Mr's. TJtOmas 'Dorterer, chairman
of murdc, 'to' ttip effect, that mukle ht
made a study in" public Behool* was
adopted. 1 .. ' "";.;'
Owing to .tho Illness of Miss Fossa
Cooley, acting secretary, Mrs. Allen
Graham took her placo. Soveral
meJ^?ra scheduled for' the morning
session wero"' postponed Until tho af
A it or noon H CM sj on
The first' business yesterday nrtor
noo'n Whop the Federation wan call
ed jtb order ht 2:30 was tho 'report
of various clubs which had n&? been
boat ' in tho morning.
. The next business WHS that nt
hearing the report of Mra. J. T.
.Harris, of Spartanburg, chairman ??f
th? department of art and handicraft.
ThlB report was a very fivornI c one
and was adopted.
The next report was that of tho
reformatory committee, which was
made by tho chairman. Mm. A. P.
MoKlsslck. of Greenwood. This re
port Was a vory interos'lng one, call
ing attention to certain reforms nce?
ed, and work which had been doce
during the past year.
Tho next report was by the chair
man Of the comm i Ure on constitut
ional revision, of Which Mrs. R. ll.
Jennings of Orangeburg is chairman.
All of -the above,' scheduled Tor ..ho,
morning's' session, having boen lin
lsb'ed;' the rail program for the af
ternoon session was then taken up.
Thb reports of as oliibs which were
to hayo beon made were postponed.
The following part of the afternoon
? program wac carried put in detail :
Report of Department of public
health. Dr. Rosa H. 'Gantt, Spartan?
burk. " '?-. ' Vt -
ChU/l Woiraro In South Carolina
Mise Mary E. Frayser, Winthrop
The model school bag-Mrs. T. M
.M ord ic ai, Charleston.
Report ot Department of Social
and Industrial i cogitions --Chair
man, Mrs. John Gary Evans, Spar
Address-Itev. ?). E. Cam ah, Spar
tanban, President Textile Industrial
'InsMutOi ;.. ..:
. ? E^ BaUqaet Last livening.
: The baronet last evening at An
derson college ? by. ?the Civic associa
tion for the delegates to tho Conven
tion wea a very sdccessfiul event, and
a ver? d??l?htfcl ^h?V
Insist on ".Emery" j
guaranteed Shirts, ?
the shirt that fits. f
We are now;.: prepared tb
vulcanize Autpinobile Tubes
and Casings as well is Bicycle
Tires, our iacjli?es for doing
?his work Ming ?lie completest
in the cityl
. ' . r
AU W?tk Guaranteed
'. prop by and le,t us snow you tho
hl?gciit thing ever introduced to
the motorcycling World-The 1916
Indian. ! i
We3t Benson Street
"BrlRhtesI 8pot ja Town"
"THE LOST BRIDEGROOM"
BETTER KIND OF MOVIES
When trying to c
herc, ?I is highly impoi
is dependent upon the
lar materials. For th
lection of our lines of
And wc might tel
is superior to others, u
the r?>al .proof.
Come here and g
have. You'll find lo )
merlime," but Shirts,
We have on sale extra
fine varieties at 25c per
Pant's Book Store
Ju the Sis JReel Photo Drama
32,000 Cubic Feet Fresh Air Every
Jlrar the McCaulej-EdwardB Trio.
TO ?T? J ?.?WC
I coat and email cost to
' .Strengih-ability to
r^?^.iojri ipi'--mjpir Sij?-?..
motor tn a wonderfully
msy for anyone to run
t^$jir~~YO?jr. necessity. -
ig Car $440$ Couoelct
lescribc thc splendid line of Summer Clothing awaiting you
tant that you understand to what a large degree our sue?ess
appearance of the goods themselves. Clothes-especially
?r widely in appearance, and comfort, though made of simi
at reason we have devoted a great deal of time to thc se
summer wearables for inen.
I you many reasons why our,Cloding at
ut we'd rather have you come in and sec ?for yourself. That's
et what YOU want, not what someone else .wants you to
rour liking, not only clothing built for the "good old sum
Underwear, Hosiery, etc., to make you comfortable.
Pf?/C? CL om/ff/S
Tte Anderson County Mutual Fire insurance Co.
J. J. SMITH, President nv Censurer , J. J. JUA JOB Vico President,
% MAJOR, Secretary
ANDERSON, S. C. f.
THIS IS A W&ME COMPANY
Call and see tu al Peoples Bank
\>'Sis: : .. <.-..'? ,
Hardly a day apes by but that some new bargains make
their appearance at thc Bec Hive. Here can arway* ha fo?nd
I; good bargains in aeasonaoe, standard merchandise, Wd'''w|$jl :
' rivery purchase comes the Bee Hive's guarantee of satisfaction.
j "A special group of new White S|ittpcs received Thursday,
iii a great many different models anti materials, including a
. pretty showing of dan.(fy vide sailors, good $2.po, values; ort
>'sale- here-"one flight up,'''ai
I'.V-;.. . -.,
Only $1.00 Eiach
j:. Atiother lot of. beautiful new "lacey" effect hats4---n?w!
[? and very popul?r--braid atid open work, fr) Green, ?lack,
Navy, Copen and most all new shades, good $2.50 values, or? j
sale here-"one flight up," at
. .. '.. , ' . :- i ; j
Only $1.25 Each
And we have Just unpacked a dandy big showing qf pret-^
ty ilew siiiip^ jlo sell at 75c each/whichyoti w|U^f?iffl|D;??? tin^
cWiftiptrit?luesi. ; : . .' -v " '?,
Thc M i tl J?ie'ry ; cf jfVrj|?fefe^|t p|> ih?^ sti|r?? ?'fi>?Vp > 1 !?|?t up,".
' is pnzof the most jnterpti house; ju si pP^f^w?
pew things' h?oughtouteachff?sh M?y mo^nlHg.