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G. W. CONNOR HAS BUILT j
MACHINE AT LOCAL
TO CLEAN STREETS
Without Eternal Dust Nuisance
And Also Without Heavy
Expenditure of Money
. Mr. CW. Connor, of North Car
olina, but who has boen living in
Anderson for tho past several months,
is about to complete his dustless
' Btroot sweeper on which ho has se
cured a patent. The machin? hal
beni built at tho Anderson Machine
?JE. Fouuiirj' company and ought to bs
reedy fo.- JernOnutratlon within th?
next (cn days.
Thia street sweeper Is a splendid
ilhi.'itration of what can bo done In
Anderson machine shops and also
show's the ingenuity of tho mon who
worked the plano? of tho machino out
. on, blue print and who has superin
tended. Its construction. Almost ev
ery ptoco of the entire truck and
'sweeper bas been made In Ander
son, including tho whoota, sprockets,
some of tho mam. etc.; Even the
two largo broom B were made herc,
tho white oak splits being ordered.
Tho truck is to be motor driven
by a' ir, horsepower gasoline engine,
fbi:; being plaood on -the rear axle.
.'Thero will be a covor built ever this
?nd over a platform on which the
driver stands, giving the appearance
to tho machine bf a gasoline tractor.
Tho 8weepers will covor a width ot
ten feet. Connecting with tho two
largo brooms there is a largo dual
pan In which tho dust and trash will
, bo swept. Ucl tn will then pull the
dust and iva nh Into boxes tn which
tho material will Blay until it ls
ready lo bo dumped. v
If successful,, tim machine will
doubtless/ fill ,'a Jong f?lt need. .The
?aveulor pointa out that the' street
flusher ia not praettcal because it
?takes too much water and thereby
"costa too tauch,. Tho old,.street
?swaepor buis ?been a nuisance "be
en uBiTof th'e:.dust' which* arose' Prom
; jibe brooms. - Mr. Connor) believes
jho has served tho problem by making
/,a: dust proof street swooper. ?
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>*EliJ?I?; BTA?MPS' TODAY
Fifteen Episodes of . "Peg O' The
Hing," at Anderson Theatre.
H'Pbg fy the Ring," a serial picture
?ln .16 .episodes, start? today at the
Anderson -theatre." This is s-'d tc bo
ono of tho grandest films over pro
duced, with plenty of action, showing
,ilfe In a ; bi? circus, accidents,
"Brightest Spot tai TOWK*
FIFI EN HOLMES
"THE GIRL' ANb tHE
I : GAME"
All This Week
Pikes Sc and 10c.
BETTER ??Um, OF MOVIES
1 " ' ??: [tn-rf-tT?iiriii'i>-i it'll iVitniiii'?r-1 iiwiiihi.MI
The First Episode of
... PEG OjFi'^PHEiIRING
Francis Ford and Grace
-J v Iv ^:: v?^fS"^. '
Fourth Episode of
. fgg^WHlTE .
. rrli? ^ MURr?AY
fi un i 1 tito 'Uli '??HuMfiii. ? ? nj|?,w.liii?
j The Hypnotiet
J ' / ? . - vl^^^u^;^?
FINAL PROGRAM Og GREAT
MEETING MAPPED OUT
Ceil to Officers of this Denomina
tion is Made in Interest
At a meeting of the special com
mittee to arrange for a conference
(ir oidora, deacons, Sabbath Behool
superintendents and preachers of the
presbytery of Piedmont hold in the
study of Dr W. ?H. Frss^r, ps&tey
of the Pirat Presbyterian church yes
terday the final program for a great
gathering of the Presbyterian hosts
in Picken:,, Oconee and Anderson
counties was adopted. The time was
changed from Tuosday, June 27th,
to Thursday, June 29th, owing to the
chautauqua to be held at Iva on the
J/nu-ru aro being neut to the min
isters in charge of the various
churches within the bounds of the
presbytery with the urgent request
that they see to it that a full dele
gation from their respectivo church
rn attend th I:.* Important conference.
i<t* pains Will be spared to make it
an epoch shaping gathering in the
history ot Presbyterians In the Pied
mont section. There is the feeling
that greater efficiency is available in
the machinery of the Presbyterian
church than is being realised and the
determination ls te face the situation
squarely as lt is pointed out by ex
perts* in tho work Of the church.
The plan ia to have an afternoon
and an evening session, with an in
termission for the Serving of an
open air banquet by the. Pbilathea
classes of the First church. The
evening service will close tn plenty
ot time for'those who wlBh to return
to their, homes in automobiles that
night. The plan ia for officers to
come in automobile;! so that they
may be able to return to their homes
after the night service. Buch an ex
periment, was made by tho Masonic,
fraternity (recently at Clemson col
lege and lt worked admirably.
The following program has been
arranged under' the auspices of the
Home Mission cc m mi tte o of. Pied
mont Presbytery for the purpose of
generating an- inspiration that will
promote tho advancement of Presbyf
terianism within it? bounds.
4:30 to 5:46-3tev. I. E. Wallace,
Subject-Tho Sabbath School ar? a
Factor in the Constructive Work of
tho Church, conditioned upon:.
1 ti A'"proper conception of Ita
sphere and function.
2. An Killel ont Superintendent,
of the Church.
?. Tho Co-operation of the officers
4. Tho . support ot the Member-,
Discussion led by Rev. Gilbert
Glass, D/D., of Richmond, Va. G?n
6:45 to 7:??^-Rev. C. D. Wallor
Subject-The Greater icm c ie ney of
tho Individual. Church, hondltloned
1. A Constructivo and Aggressive
Eldership and Dlscenate.
' 2.Upon the Loyal Support.of Mem
9, Upon an Acknowledged ' end
Supported Church Calendar.
Discussion led by'fi?v. R. O.
Flinn, D. D,
7:00 to 8:00-Open Air Banquet;
friendly fellowship. ? .
S:00 to 9:00-Evening session:
?ev. John C. Balley presiding.
Subject: Tho Home Mission Prob
lem of tho Presbytery:'.^.' ?.'...' ;,
Discussion led* by Rev. Wv H.
Hllay> D. p., Atlanta, Ga.f general
: Adjournment. ??'????'< V-.^v ?'()>
?OH E TO ORANGEBUKG
Rev. J. D. Croat te Wage Educa.
: . Ray. 3* bli Grout; left. yesterday
for ?T?ngebufg whero ho will ?pend
several weeks representing tba pub
lishers of'the Southern Christian Ad
vocate uv the educational campaign
that is being conducted In the dis
trict preaia?l'-'Ov?r^'' the;ReV;. Ali
J. Cauthen, presiding elder.
Street Car Men Are Wowing .'.J***
, Thte new ualferms for the motors
men and; conductors of the. city, care
arrived and many ot them havo don
ned tho now suits. They were'jnMigf
ca through, Smith, Garrett ana
;3^;-4b^^|^,: r i . ' ? J
Slx-aud-Twentj Dratnii>je Hearing ta
Be Held on Jnty 3;
m nV e their r sjs&. baa\ee?V postpon
ed from July itio/Ulf-l?^v:/v';1.''-'
Rr?. leeyCv pepper.
. :*?ttvy.:I*iey :^>??MK ; e. ; wid
itwr^?d?bd ,i>t ber^?ome at 7
icido/.v ?nwrinvDX wilt fee t?SdO t
^r?w';sllver" Brook eetneterjr.
if-: .. ..???...?>...^.
package. Vanilla and ~
Ml INTEBFSTE9 III
MEMBERS OF COMPANY B?
LEARN THAT WILL BE
HELD AT STYX
By Adjutant General Moore Tell I
Detail?-Will Be Held From
July 14 to 28
Company B. N. O. S. C. of An
derson IK interested in tho announce
ment that the annual encampment
of the 1st regiment, of which they I
are a part, is to be held at Stvjr,
across the Congaree river from Co
lumbia, according to orders for the
mobilization of the 1st and 2nd In
fantry regiments, which have been is
sued by W. W. Moore, adjutant gon
The int regiment will encamp from
July 14 to July 2f, inclusively and
the 2nd regiment from August 3 to!
August 17, Inclusive. Col. Holmes|
B. Springs', of Georgetown, com
mands the 2nd regiment and Col. E. ,
M. Illy the of Greenville, commands!
the 1st regiment.
The order of the adjutant general
"Tho 1st South Carolina infantry I
will perform Its annual tour of field
services at the state mobilization
camp grounds, near Styx, July 14 to j
July 28, inclusive:.
"The 2nd South Carolina infantry}
will perform its annual tour of field
service at the state mobilisation
camp grounds, neat Styx, August 3
to August 17, includive."
The order is signed by W. W.
Moore as adjutant general and coun
tersigned by Major J. Shapter Cald
well, as assistant to tho adjutant gen- j
It ls very probable that several
United States army officers will be
detailed aa instructors for the Na
tional Guard during the period of the
encampment. Tho caa at artillery
companies will encamp at Charles
Of Chamber of Commerce Held]
Regular Monthly Meeting
, Yesterday Afternoon
The direr, to rp ot the. chamber of
commerce held a regular monthly
meeting yesterday afternoon at 5:3d
o'clock, matters of only a routine na
ture-coming ?up mostly. .
The finances of the chamber were
discussed and bills passed upon.
' The directors'decided to postpone
the meeting, of ?he motabers of tho
organization, which had - been pro
posed,, until later in tho mun mer
when they expect to have a man who'
is recognised aa a leader in the af
fairs ot the country for tho speaker
of tlio occasion.
FROM MONEA PATH
.Misa Ethel Brock, who hhs been
teaching et Lancaster, ls beru fat
Miss Juanita Trlbble of Donalds is
g?est of*1 her aunt, Miss Mary Beard.
! Messrs. B. P. Gassaway and W.
J4. . ' Mitchel spent Monday in .'?'.?' ut J
Alisa Bather Todd of SlmpsonvUle
ia tho guest cf Misa Ann Orr Brock
this wa8k,-:-v*V'-v?;.f--'? .''.?'. .
Miso Ethel ?irehch of Greenville
wi!) spend ; tho week-end with Miss
Miss Florence- Donnaid -of Green
ville is tho guest other cousin, Miss
.! Miss Ella Brock has returned from
Anderson whore she spent several
days as, the guest of her sister, Mrs.
Leila S llllvan.
? Misr Lillian MaUteon of Greenwood
ia spending this week irs Hnnea. Path
na.tho guest of her aunt, Miss Caro
Mr. 8. C. MeMakln and family ot
Heath Springo aro spending a few:
days in the city as gue? ta Ot Prof.
and Mrs. J, B. Bnshardt.
..' Mies Eurelia Wilson and Mr, Leon
Wilson havig returned ftom a trip -tb
Cb^rleston, 'wh>ir* they- have been
.*flNllf|&tqf? -?>..-.V..'' T.
:M)?s : ?/?arguerlt? . Marshall has
.returned to her home ta. areenwdod
after ?penolng several d?ya in Ho?iea
l$fa^a* tad guest ol Mis* ?un Ott
v Cl?tworihy; left last
., ,W *her> - ?h? yM
v. A* R. Holmes, who ha* f$
auffered an ct?t?ck o? i>;rtm
m?bie? ? : n m -rv;*:: >?; ^y^s
.. JI8r??-Ui' ,B; Dunlap Ja Ia Oreen
vllle thla week attending the Wo-,
mana Sessionary Union of W.
Carolina conference as. a delegate
a?me.-ieocioty of th* eMthodto
ebo.r^;:ot this -place/ ^r^M^^?^
'?t?'jRr. Bretel? at .Honte...' ?? >< il
Dr. .Cr .fl, .Breodl? - of. Bl. ? S??rjtV
iho?piml ?.tifa . returned ''.to. . tba ch*
t?ter an Absence of. several days
phys hospital in Chicago; ,
SPLENDID CROPS AS
ANDERSON FARMERS ARE
MUCH INTERESTED IN
Well Known Traveling Man Tells
of Condition in Lower
Part of Georgia
Many farmers pf Anderson county ]
are becoming interested in the grow-1
lng of velvet bean? and about 300 j
acres have been planted this season,
according to Mr. S. M Byars, eon li
ly demonstratio? ?gem. He han said
that manny plantod the beans broad
cast while others planted them in the j
Mr. H. P. Lykes. southern repre
sentative for the Du Laval Cream
separator, was a visitor. In the city]
yesterday and spoke Very Interest
ingly of conditions in the lower sec
tion of Georgia, the crops in general
and ospecialiv tho growing of. vel
vet beans. nderson county farmers
Will be interested, in the great suc
cess they have obtained.
"The cotton crop in that section of I
Georgia is the best in many years, |
especially in Brooks and Thomas
counties," stated : Mr. Lykes. "The
acreago is a gr??t deal larger this
year also. Thc farmer/; believe that
this is the last crop of cotton they
will be able to produce because, of
tho advent of the .boll weevil, and
they are anxious to make as much as
possible this year.
"I noticed that the cotton . was
growing mighiy fast and was far bet
ter than usual abd began, to make
inquiries about the' amount and kind
of fertilizer used. To my surprise I
found that partcically no commercial|
fertilizer bad been na ed. The'farm
ers, told me lt was the result of tho j
land being planted in velvet beans/
They stated that it was the best Soil:
renovator they had ever s??n.
"In seme sections ! waa told that
no rain had fallen, ii; 44. days, hilt
you could not tell,it 'by the appear
ance of the cotton ,The velvet beana
have put the proper humus in the j
soil which causes tho crops to be j
able to realst it drought.
"The velvet beans there ere -plante
ed either in rd wa between the corn
or in hills in the'same, rows with the
corp. In the fall after the Corn ls
gathered,- as. many . of tho .beana - aa
are desired .ore picked and . some pf
the vices cut. ,Th?.remaining fields
serve aa a pasture land, for the,stock
and cattle during tho .winter..
.fSouth Georgia Ia, becoming to be j
a "great cattle producing section, too,"
continued Mr.' Lykes. "Ono Of tho j
biggest end best packing: houses in
the country, is now, located nt Moul
trie. Thousands of cattle are killed j
th ore and the business has taken on i
tremendous proportions. When the]
boll weevil does prevent the growing |
of colton in that section, tho farm
era will he far better prepared for'It
than If they had never planted vel
vet beans.7 .
Anderson county f/irmers are be
ing urned to prepare'for the boll
weevil tinco experts estimate that lt]
will be here in less-than five years.
They are belog urged to ?row other j
crops and to go into the stock rais
[T. E. Pelftey Fjrei Candidate to |
Sign Pledges^. Anderson
Mr. T. H. Peirrey, candidate . for
coroner, ?was the ffrst man in An
derson, county to qualify under the
rules of tho democratic party ap a
-candidate for office, he- having flied
the proper pledges with the county
chafe-man and the clerk of ce:?rt.
LJBPT?ss Boasted She Newh IVoro tho
" " Bress Twice -
H in true ?hat the coat o? women's
dress has so increased that it ls not
given to <tbb many tb be 'aa truly ele
gant a* .their sradmotiiera Were abio
to be at comparatively 3mall co?t saya
The Vogue- Magazine.'But then, those
were th*? days when ali elaborate hall
gown consisted bf yards ot fl ounce? ot
tartlsan br seine other light ami un
?; Empress Engonle,'lt ls said never
wore itfij same gown.twlco. It was shs
by":tlUftwtov who made W?rth, ihe ve
?owned P^ris coutour^?*a3ao?a. -The
wear several bali afbwns during ths
bOtiwe- of; a". single, bal!. ; V^ptia?a?^
rooms were pronounced and the 1**:
dies retired, ti reappear reap?onfient
:^?l^ ^Th'10 ,h? i^hnln^ot the
^^We.' '?? a talo of ?Jhe lovely Sm>
WM Btii-Aheth of Austria recounts
her a?4a?nff at ?t?r&i&tt- W . ^
pla, decorated with ?irlanda ^ . of yeal :
?anietias. ; ? ;??^g^"-(.
?jome of Luther Honnicutt On
Marshall Avenue Was Par
Fire lost night about 9 o'clock par
tially damagod the house of Mr.
Luther Hunnlcutt at COO Marshall
avenue. The roof and much of tho
interior of the house va? badly dam
aged. A great deal of the furniture
waa saved and it ?B said that tbore
was insurance.. *
lt seemB that the fire originated in
the center near the roof, lt'hud' a
good start when the' firemen reached
the scene but they soon had the
flames under control. The house
was a small cottage.
Few of Those Interested .Met Yes
terday Afternoon to Attend
A<&w of those interested in the
golf coarse on Mr. Carlisle McKin
ney's place ju:;t beyond North An-1
derson met yesterday afternoon at 5
o'clock in the office of Mr. C. ?A.
Gambrlll at which time orders were
taken for golf clubs, etc. 'f ; j
The course ls almost finished sud
will soon te' in excellent conduin:.'
The members hops to be playing
within thc next ten days. ' '
PAT INCOME TAX
Collector Hoy word Calls Attention to
- ^H :.? ?; '-?inarDate. |
Those who are liable to the income
tax will bo int evett cd in the fact that
the' collector of internal, revenues for'
the district of. South Carolina,. Mr. i
P. C. Howard, Is cu lng the atten-j
tion of all corporations and tndlvlj .
duals liable for me federal income'
tax'that payment of this fax mutt J
be made on or before June 30. No
tices .have been sent to practically |
all of them liable and should Tor ?ny
reason a corporation or Individual bo
in di'Ubt as to the amount due /the :
information may ? be 'Obtained fifain1 ?
the collector's onlce.' I
The regulations require that all
remittances for this tax bo made
in either Columbia or New. York 'ex
change' .or by pb?tofBde or express
money order or ^sn . .".
Vfco President Here.
Mr. A; ; Y.c Hatretl. of Charlotte,
N.C., vice pr enid c nt cf tho Ky a th
orn Pubtyo Utilities company] Was 4
visitor in. the' city '<ye$terdayV after* j
k ^'?jjffijp?- OWN tS ? H ?
Thaithr?? years have st
development iri; North A
I Re%mmhl& io: mi
established, with more i
' ?re^dymaking ready au; c
V i rvrhrflilf'W
Way You Ca?Buy
Wool Coat Snit ^jj^
Three New ^^^.00 Pumps
Four Good Gauze Underwsts
And loto of other real, bargains
you kno,?,- the quality arid style of everything
we sell must always be the very be^t. There's
neven a chance of you not getting your mon
ey's'worth'at any time. these bargains,'
therefore, are doubly .interesting. Come in
during the day jtfst looking, we are sure you'll,
find something you want.. .
White Silk Hose
Lots of'em; come yesterday, . j5t.oo palr-~
Gordon Hose-the best made.
f?? I v * . M ? ' ?Kl P pia p
^Ss_ "Decision is
?r^^^^^g.- , G?niu?^ ; ?'S
jyjj ^^^^a We will sell you* a part of ' jjjjjj
25c!-aa?^&??fe?? the Green Properly at $500
^T^y^**!/!^^^^ to $600 an acre, according ggj
; - jf^^^^S^*. j to location,, and ?he number '?'?.?"flE
r': * .? J. of 9C7?n you buy. I S
town a wonderful arnount of
than a $l0?;?q0 M?f?.j^m?
th i S or ao^^or owners alf
Th? Greed ;Pro^ferij ^ oniy^ ;
6ep li?et beyond I^?rth An<vi
dersof)~r^6 : #<?-vW^.we;
^'re-^?efin?.; thrs^'f? : yoi at ;
a vefy fltt???'iiyff iiric&J. ?