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DR. W. H. FRAZER AND REV.
I. E. WALLACE WILL
>i MAKE PLANS
HOLD MEETING HERE
In First Presbyterian Church on j
Tuesday Afternoon, June 4
?-Mel on Tuesday
At n meeting of thc Homo Mission,;
committee ia Anderson TucBclay it
wao decided to call a conference nt
all tho cldera, deacons, Sunday school
S?peti?tendcnts and pr^s.-? hore in
l'?i (1 mont presbytery, to meet at thu
First Presbyterian chbrch, of Ander
son, Tuestlay Juno 'll, at 4 o'clock in
Tho. conference ?B to be in thc na
ture of a social, gnt-to-gelhor meet
ing; and thc purpose of it is to form
ulate an aggresive and constructive
policy for Prssuy? orlan Ism in this
There will be two seEBions with a
luncheon between, ftirnished by tho
Haracca and '.Phtlathea classe*? of I
.the First church. Some i/iominon:
Speaker-* will bo brought in from
nomo of tho neighboring CHICB and
talks will bo made by local workers,
j Tho idoa is that thoro arc ouough
pf automobiles in overy congregation
to carry all who can come, that rb.?j
can leave homo after dinner and get
back homo that' night from any part
bf tho Presbytery, and spend nevera)
hours in consideration of tho work
of tho church. Tho Idea was ^sug
gested by tho Masonic mooting' re
cently held at Clemson college, when
. moro than throe hundred MnsonB.
many of them "Presbyterians, gather
ed from tho throe counties that
composo Piedmont presbytery, and
spout . several ' hours pleasantly and
profitably In wlluossing tho work of|
(liin lodge, and returned to their
homes that night.
Dr. \V. H. Fraser, and Rov, I.E;
Wallace wore- appointed a commlttoo ?
to preparo a program and make ar
rangements for ?tlils meeting. It In
hoped that ovory Presbyterian cr
ucial in the Presbytery will begin nt
'once tb make hts plans to attend
this meeting. .
Qradnates nt Welford.
Mosers. Q cor go Vi, Prince, Jr., 3.
C.. "Pruitt and Q? Vf. Palmor havel
returned from Bpartanburg whem |
they havo been attending school.- All
jhreo.-graduated ip the claser thin!
rear and ofo'.wcU' known in Ander
Cherry? Chocolate and?Vahil!a
Ice Cream at tho Owl.--Thatfa
"BrightCBi Spot te Tow**
.r r*r* A v
(The Butterfly On The Wheel)
BETTER KIND OF MOVIES
A Comedy Melodrama
Featuring Our Mayor,
Wm;: . AncJersot
4 Reels of^l^wing
Henry R8 Wallte
W? RIVAL TOWNS
ITBIVE Fl PLAGE I
ON ELECTRIC ROAD BE-1
TWEEN ANDERSON AND
CITY OF ATLANTA
Party of Surveyors Were Enter
tained By Citizens Near
That there 5? much, rivalry among
tho town!) between Anderson and At
lanta which want to secure the pro
posed electric rullway ls shown by
the following article appearing lu .|
un Atlanta puper yesterday und ?
which was sent out from Lawrence
Tho article follows: t
With lntenirc rivalry tho communi
ties botwecn Anderson. H. C., and At
lanta have been < :ertlng e?*cry of
fort to lnduco th' builders of the
proposed new electric railroad that |
is to connect those two cities to lay
th? rails through their borders. Gra
dually thc situation baa boen clarified
at ono point after another, since the
surveying party of about fifteen men .
began their work last March at Anrj
dcrson and started toward Atlanta.
Thc route bas been definitely cs
luollBhed, lt ie believed from Ander
son as far Into Georgia as Jefferson,
county seat of Jackson county. The
survoy has been completed that far,
il dlstanco of about 79 miler., but
from Jefferson into Atlanta tho pro
bable route to bo followed has re
mained a mystery until recently. .
A report Is curront here that ono
of the engineers with tho survoylng
party has said the parly has. receiv
ed definite instructions to continue
from Jofferson via Hoschton and
Tucker into Atlanta. This report
has stirred great enthusiasm among
tho communities to be touched by
tho survey. Several days ago the*
members of the surveying party
were tho guests at a big barbecuo on
tho outskirts* of Jefferson, where
their hosts Included lending citizens
from miles around.
Voted On In Airy Springs District
For New Bui!dsng~-Voto
With a rocord voto of 52 to 0, tho
doctora. In Airy Spvlngs district No.
Qt on Tuesday voted on $3,500 bond?
for . tho purpose of building a school'
bonne. The building will cost some
thing over 14,000, it is said.
, The fact, that not a Blnglo vote waa
cast against tho proposition ls ex
ceedingly encouraging and speaks
very highly for tho cause of educa
tion in that district. .
MAWE IN ANDERSON
"The Transgressor'' With Anderson
Feople .Be Shown U?rO.V.
Beginning today, "The Transgres
sor," the two reel' comedy in clod ra
il mt Ic photoplay' staged in Anderson
recently "will bo shown at Tho An
ilorsoh for throe daya. '
Owing to the fact tba? Anderdon
people aro taking-the parts in tutor j
picture, it will doubtless attract !
many people. It 1B said to bo a very.
In addition: to thia picture at Tho
Anderson today there will ba tour?)
reels of "The Strange Case of Mary :
Page," featuring; Edna Mayo and
tic Pholop?ay in m^mft
J.H. Godfrey. - im.
I! antj many other
I tipple ;
e -Ot?er o?Mafy ; Page ;
1 and Edna; Mayo
TWELVE REMAIN UNDELIV
ERED BY COUNTY
ALL VOTERS ENROLL
Rules Require That Everyone Must j
Enroll Anew This Year-Need
Mr. C. B. Tolly, chairman of the
executive committee etatcd yesterday
that there woro still 12 club rall
hooks at his ofilce which had not
feseh' eecur?d un.-? that lt v;x,n very im
portant for tho proper persons to
get those hooks ot once so that thc
voters might begin to enroll.
The following clubs' have not so
cured thc books: Broadway, Corner,
Craytonville, Flvo Forks. Fork So.
1, Fl>rk No. 2, Grovo School, Mr.
Tabor, Shirley's Storo, Starr, West
Savannah and White Plains.
Under the old rules, the books had
to be open on tho first Tuesday in
June, but the new rules state that
shall be opened on or before tho first
Monday In Juno of each year. This
shows that tho enrollment books
should have boen in the hands- of the
right parties a few days ugo. %
Chairman Telly also wisheB that
attention again bc called to tho
fact that every person who wishes
to vote In the primary must enroll
this year This meanB that all h?ve !
to* enroll, including those' who wore ]
enrolled two years ago. This ia
one of the utmost importance and no I
One .will be allowed to voto unl?s?|
his name appears on tho proper
club roll hook.
I In this connection it might bo
stated that many voters of Anderson
county aro unddr ' the impression
that it will bc necessary for them to
registor in order to vote in the ap
proaching primaries1. Th's is not thc |
case. Registration certificates, for |
qualification to vote .In tho general
election,, aro good If Issued at any
dato since 1908. To vote in tho pri
mary, it ls nbcesBary for overy man
to, re-enroll in his precinct dr club'.
Just the simple matter of writing tim
name end address upon the club
book, provided requirements as to re
sidence and age are* met, qualifies
ono to vote In tho primary.
Young Lady Struck By Auto?-Tw6 j
Automobiles Collided Letter
' Last evening at 7 o'clock Mias|
Meredith of the Riverside mill wits
struck ead" knocked down, by an au
tomobile driven fey Mr. Munroe Bau
nistor of tho Qluck mill, the ace'rtout
occurjiug on ?^orth Main strebt at
the, corner of East Whither . Thc
young lady was in the act of board1-.
lng a street car when alie Was
struck.-, She was only "t-llghcy lir
Jhred ?nd was taken 1Mb Craytb?'3
JD ru g st?re; Eye witnesses, atatb
that Mr. Bannister was running vory
Bl?Wly and that the accident was un
avoidable.' ? :
I ..'mt night, shortly before 9 o'clock
two Ford automobiles driven by D>.
W. I?. Popper and Mr. Dob palsborg
pOlii-Jded on Sor.h Main street near I
tho City hall. Ono -of tho froat
Wheels. On Br. Popper'? car wis
broken,' tho render encashed and* the
front axle beat. The front a ..ie or
Mr. Oeiehprg's car was also., damag
ed. Dr Popper, waa coining out, ot
West Market and turned into Main,
going north, lt ls said, and cut tho
earner without, going on the lower)
side or tho "Drive ..to. the Right" sigh.
Jff- Oelsberg was going down South
iMald on tho right hand aide and tho
two cars collided.
jalar .young Couple of Coorify
hf|BB. Ileo Barrls, daughter of Mr.
and Mrn. Jas HsrtlS of tho Bob
erts section; Was married yesterday
afternoon to Mr C.K.Wright ot
Johnson City, ', Torirt., tho ceremony
hoing performed by the bride's pas
tor, thb ?l?v. S.- H. Booth, ot 4:flo
O'clock in the preachco of a tarp!
number of friends and relatives.
Mrs? Wr?sht ls ene of < the moil
popular young women or her .section
of thc county and during tho past:
Bessern taught at the Roberta school.
She. ha? hundreds of. friends . who
wish for her much happiness.
.' Mr. Wright baa also boen teaching'
at . Boborts school and, has', been rb
* for the next ?*JIB1M^>W?}?':
lg man., ot, many , admirable
^?Mv'm'i ?very.'^pdpttiar. '?'.'.' Mtv
,', ..fright will boiSf-fiOthn
dhows et IrWette Are Provfag <fa.
^Sftnininfr. ,. v
S?W? w The Palmetto
'- Ung good: this wedfc and
patron* ore well pleased'',
f?ploen, .fem?is imper?bh?tor.
v mag altentlon e>'-is also .the
did cboruo. Joo Foster artd
Hipo, tho tonimediftrts, are
good *s welt as Max Ooldeu, who is
fearing straight. .
The slaging ot Mis* Alert? Jsw?l
'pSt'M^i :.e|b*?*;- and? - dancing ot
Wii?fr I?abeBa Morton, and Everyft
En M m
FURMAN ALUMNI ASSOCIA
TION \N GREENVILLE
MR. LEON L. RICE
Prominent Young Attorney of This
City-Capt. H. H. Watkins
One Of Speakers
Tho many friends o? Mr. Leon L.
Edee of thia city will he pleaded in
learning that he was elected .presi
dent, of the Thurman Alumni associa
lion ?i tia annual, mooting in Green
ville on Tuesday night. Mr. Rice
ls a popular young attorney of this
city and a candidate for tho office of
solicitor of thia circuit.
The following from tho Greenville
(Piedmont te I'm of his election:
After the report of the secretary
came the election or officers, wHh the
following result: President, Leon L.
Utco of Anderson; vice president, R.
C. Burts of Hock' Iiill; secretary, M.
13. Brockman of Greenville; treasur
er, C. B. Martin of Greenville. Throe
members were "chosen for tho athle
tic council, as follows: A. D. L.
Har Udale, S. A. Moore and R. M.
Speeches were delivered by J. W.
Hicks of Florence, Capt. H. H.
Watkins of Anderson, Prof. Burt?
of Pock Hill and Prof. G. W. Cun
ningham of Vermont. WT J. Bolt
made some enthusiastic remarks In
regard to the work for the athletic
field. Ho eaid that moro than $1,
200 had been raised in and around
Greenville in tho last few weeks, and
that tho students themselves, had
Briot talks by Leon Rice and Dr.
Poteat closed tho-meeting.
j Signed Yesterday ' Morning For |
Combination Fire Track For
chased ?y Council
' Contracts* for- thq triple combina
tion auto - f Ira-"truck which was de-|
elded upon in coime?i meeting Tues
day hight .we.-e'- Bbmed' . yesterday
morning and tho oar will arrive in
Anderson within Cf) tc- 00 days.
Since ?hero has hoon much inter
cst in all of tho bMs submitted, tho
following is published:
By the Amerlcan-^oFrance Engine
company. Elmira, N Y., kThos. Stew
art and Mr. Wyantt. representatives:
Model 75, 750 galfon rotary gear
pump, triple combination, capacity ot
engine, 100 horse-power, to be dellv
ered v-lthln CO working days, and t->\
be demonstrated to. tho entire satis
faction ot the iuombers of the city ?
council, ?9,000. r
In tho event tho City of Anderson
decides to purchase- this car the com
pany will give $1,750 for twp flro
horses ,(Mack and Charley, pulling
hook and ladder truck) one horse
drawn bose wagon aud double Bet of
Terms: ".Payments to be made in
five .equal annual installments, first
annual payment without interest, and
other deferred payments bearing five
per cent, simple Interest. .
By Abrens-Pbx Firo' Engine compa
ny, Cincinnati, O., ho representativo
present, bid being mailed:
Model K-3> 700 : gallon . piBtonj
pump, triplo 'combination .capacity ot]
engine Iud horsepower, $8.GOO.
Hy tho Seagrave company. Colum
bus, O., M. B. Sanders, rcpreBenta
Model T special, ;75O-to-800 gr lion
Centrifugal pump, trffcl?- combination,
capacity or engine ??0 ho?fbvow?r,
with extra cfiuipmcnt consist hit; ot
Westinghouse self-starter, full truss
ed'and other supplies t? the vaiuo ot
$500 to bo dellverod. within 6O-t?-0O
working days and to be dotoodritrat?d
to tho entire satisfaction-of Ps' mem
bers of tho city council, $9,000.
Model T. Standard. ?00 gallon Cen
trifugal'bump, same as above, $8,
. Model D. Combination, $9^000.
In iue:-event tho olty ; of Anderson
decides th purchase either ono of
these cars the company will, elvo
$1,000 . for tho two f ir? .horses, horca
drawn h oso wagon and djublo set of
harness. ?,n 'iM^m^'^- '
Tenu*: To suit tho city.
IP Tho tntoUigeo?er; yesterday
morning H was staW^-that lt had
hoon said that tito morning after tho
r?cent? cbhtis^mioh,r?dgueth oh
'V oho' ?uto pump wt? ?n^dommissioti,
tt?^eiog desgraves The representa
ttyo ut the Amorlcan-La^Pranc? con?
m* 'slated, yesterday "that this
? mistake ?Vd wanted to pay for a
telephone- message to Augusta to
chn?ac lt; He stated: that Augusta
liad, aw Anierlcan-??*firji^ eagiwa
ijKWMt?. -.there .w?^<.nth*W-:'tWjieh
wore in uso tho morning Otter.
. ; Mr. .Tobo L.
a viaitor in the
has been tn the}$?
a nucitber hf yea
proficient In his
1^ Ci^ar^ at
Mi?. TUGS. J. HANSON
Died Yesterday Mor ni? tr ut Heme
; - Near Pendleton.
Mr. Til os). J. Hannon, aged GO.
died at hts home near Pendleton yes
terday morning Of complication:; fol
lowing a lingering illness; Mr.
Hannon underwent an operation
some weeks anco and had recovered
sufficiently to visit ; the' city and. at
tend to some business mattera and
his friends thought that ho was
getting along nicely until tho last few
day?, In tho death of Tom Hannon
Anderson county losses a good
man. .He was honest, a. bard work
er, and' loyal to hiB friends-a big;
liberal '. hearted man-and will be
missed most by those who ' know
Mr.' Hannon formerly lived at Pied
mont and was widely kfan^wir through
out the upper part of the' state, hay-;
lng: been engaged id the contracting
and hrickmaking business for thc
past twenty or twon./-fivo yekrS,^Hf
ia' survived; Ky bis -**fe add several
children. The intei-mcat will^Mf
place this afternoon at Piedmont ot
KASDfrOMB Ng-jy COTTAGES
rtill Probably lie Erected ty ?r;
?" flee.ls: Bailes ??f-iVfrz
It is reported that Mr. G. ; H .
Bailes has under consideration . tho
erection of Uvo or n?oro ha^dabm?
new cottages on Har ^tbn 'street.
When asfcitf ebput the natter/wed
nesday ' afternoon''Mr.'-. Bailes stated
tri?t there- was some foundation . for
tho rumor but that ho Ired not ne yet
decided definitely' on th,e niimber, nor
when the work wdnid, :oe y -coth*
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The building of the first house began just three years ago.
" tOf iota have been sold to 65 different parties.
2? ^(f of;these 65 have already built homes at a total/ ?"SB
cost Uf tiver ^100,000 for buildings ?' me.
In edition,- Thc Club House, Two brick-store rooms and
Sti Mary's Hospital have beeh built;
/ You should ?ced no further argument io persuade you to
buy in North Anderson
Hand Bags11 . . '. , . ... . /6(fct? $l?.50
.T^runk^^ll^iri?s up to . . . .., . . . 4 ^^;
; Su"it.Gas?S.'.; ; ?..^to;$?S;O0'
Special V?l???in Wardrobe Trutiles ??;#??^;
Matting Suit C??ca