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ORDERS TO THIS EFFECT
ARE EXPECTED HERE BY
CO. NOW NUMBERS
Ao*3 Recruiting Continues-Slate
Itecruiting Officer Will
Probably Be Placed
In Tfai? City
Capt, Louis L. Llgon of Company
O will 'thin ' morning receive ordern
tb jjrep&ro to entrain for the mobiliza
tion grounds at dtyx early Friday
horning, according to Col. P. K.
Uidillly who stated last night that
UH* orders were hoing itaued to this
Although lt is hardly probable thin
tho, South Carolina regiments wHl bc
ready* to bibvb' tor.- die Mexican nbrder.
l'3'oro two or threo '..woohn, Qon.
Punston'n coll upon tho authorities
lb Washington for .tho militia to pa
ir, i t!ie border, which was made yes
terday, will doubtless ' cause , the
mobilizations movement to be fas
tened in this slate. ;
A special - train'.will- bo arranged
for the Anderson, Pelzer, and Green
ville companies and tho Williamson
band. This train will urobibly
leave Anderson Friday morning abcut
Tho local company now hes a
strength .of approximately 150 mon.
.Recruits oro coming In faster, than
they cnn bo cared for. Although the
?war strength-hasi"about been reach
= ed, thc recruiting will;continu?. All
^?flfif.abbvo IBO wilt vb? transferred
. tb:some oilier, company' upon reach
ing the mobilisation grounds1,
So anxious ure men to enlist that
Some have c&iue as far bs from
Lowhdosvtllo on tho C, ft W. C. A
telegram .received ' yesterday stated
that a'mart, from Newborry would ar
' .'iji. L^U-t I. ikn M
If tho recruits continue to come a?
fist bis they liaVe tor the past two
days, :b. state' recruiting of?cor -ls ex
pected .to b* detailed to Andorson.
The manner" in which the mill boys
barb responded to the call ls e mat
ter of comment on tho.Streeis of An
dorbob ,and they ?r? t ??eelvtig high
. 'Ail of tim.mill? bf Anderson "aro
weil represented Ja tho company, ?a
p?efnliy: 5;Ji|ulnox- mill, where lt in
'? that,tho majority Of tho men in
earn roon* bavo enlisted. Thc
?plo of. Anderdon feel proud 'Ot
\ .First I,leuleuabt S. C.' Shearer "ot
..<he: First -Regiment baa been temv
pOrerlly detached to Company n and
is assisting the .officers in recolvlng
recruits and In giving drills;
Tho company put In two : and one
half hours y^crday morning '. In
drilling .on Catey., field. Liter they
marched dawn tomi abd around : tho
'public square. Yesterday afternoon
;?they drilled from 3:30 to ;B o'clbelr?
.Squad drills and extended order
drills were - in order. . Today thrco
or four 'squads will drill with . guns.
. Either thia afternoon or bnyTh?ra>
day morning "tho company will take
u hike through tho mill villages-abd
tho rosin part ot the- city. Leaving
ibo armory on Nortl^ Mah; ut root tho
men will ro?rch to-North Anderson,
to Kqutn?x'mlll, to? Anderson mil!, tb
Orr mill, tb Riverside and ToxaWay
mill and on* back through' the public
?qimro. ; Tbl? will - give nearly ; ali
tho pcoplo of the city an opportunity
...to ice the inou. in Hue.
???;< . Olive-' IJiemonMiratiea.
. A number of thc business mea of 1
/ tho city' wilt hold, a meoung .' this
mort>lHg io order to dlscufia tho mnt?,i
ter of giving sowie kind of public de?
.mouui ration''before tho men 'leave ; in
: order that they may be made to feel
pfl^.pft?er??n is. appreciative bf tlud- }
seryicfes and that' the people' aro j
with them.- other cltfew are doing
likewise. Just what will be done ls
V known yot.
SALVATION ARMY INTENDS
TO HAVE PICNsC ON
TO COLLECT FUNDS
Will Take Extra Fund? and People
i of City ore Asked to Con
"Wp aro planning to have the re- j
gular -summer outing on June 20,
Thursday week," stated Capt. Knox]
of the .Salvation army yesterday.
"We Intend to take at leaBt 100 wo
men and chlldreu, : mostly tho latter, j
out. for a doy's outing and as 1? woll
known this means a great deal to
those who never have an opportunity]
to get out Of, the city on an occasion j
of this ;Wnd,
"Wo intend to go about seven miles |
out of ; Anderson," she continued.
"Tho guests will he taken out In au
tomobile trucks and .wo will, prepare
lundi for them. .We intend to make .a.
great day of it, and already the child
ren aro . looking forward to the but
iln order to defray the expenses of
this outing the local post of tho army
will need additional funds.' It will
take a. goodly, sum, and tho people, of
the city are asked to contribute lib
erally, A. lady will be calling on the
business men and others in the etty
wi til in the next few?aya for contri
butions to thin worthy cau'-e. Al
though, this lady will noit be wearing]
ono of. the regular uniforms, she IB|
?VI thorased to do this work.
'-, In-addition to the money for the
day's outing, Capt. Knox nopes to
raise, a fund to provide a play
ground for tho mill children of tho
villages around Anderson, it thors
is anything ?c-?? ?ver a?ior the ex
penses pf tho outing ut-o cared for. I
this will gd for the play ground.
Of Company B Will be J. C.
Crav^or? of WlUianuten Mill.
< Hr. J. e. Crawford, formerly pay-,
master ot the Brogon mills! but who
was recently made night superinten
dent of the Wllllamoton mills, will I
fill the vacancy bf second lieutenant
ot Company B f>ud be will take
charge when the company reaches
tho mobilization grounds LV Styx.
Although h? - has not . been: ollie! illy
appointed, 'recommendation* have
buen made through the proper chan
nels and the commission ls expected
Mr. Crawford has been color ser
r.oaut for tho Flrct -Regiment for the
past few years. : He ts a graduate ot
Clemson add woll suited for the
placo ot second lieutenant. .,
. STILL-MISSING I
No .Traieof Newberry T?a?h?-4
: Has Been Found
Newberry, S. C., Juno 20-Although
diligent search is still being made, far
^rofe^nor 3?re? D; Maclean tho young
dewberry;'College tutor who myster
iously ti'aappeared on* May 13, no
trace bf the missing young man has
yet wkn found i Maoism -was last
?cen in Columbia; 8. C., where he TO
S? Stored at ono of the hotels over
night,' cheeking out on the nftorrfoon
of the M th. Since that time no word
as . to his whereabouts ha? been re
ceived;, and. his friends are naturally"
greasy warri fed over his Strange' dis
appearance,'1 . X?anjr are ot Lt?e opin
ion that he has- Joined thtf forces of
?the allies In' Canada, but thia is only
a' theory'. :
s .Vx?Uv^f, $y&*M? came to Now
?gruduaiJng-'from ^Woerr^i .-vpller -
IO GOKMENGE SERIES
REV. J. E. McMANAWAY OF
GREENVILLE WILL BE
Orirville Baptist Church is Fortu
nate in Securing Services j
Pastor CulbertBou, of the Orrvllle
Baptist church announces that he,
will commence a aeries of meetings
at this church Thursday night, Jupe
22nd, and that he will Vie assisted by
Rev. J. E. McMannway, of Green
BEY. J. E. McMANAWAY
"Wo aro proud to have Mr. Mc-]
Mana way with us for this meeting,"
said Mr. Culbetrson Tuesday, "intact'
feel that wo were extremely fortun
ato in. soouring his services .at this
time. Mr. McManaway ls a member
of ine Home Board evangelistic
force, 'Having held this important
pott lon for a number of years and
?With' much success. He ls a preach
er of known ability, which, together I
?with the sweet Christian spir'tj
:shovvn in all his work .leaves, a toll
ing ami lasting effect. ; >. .
1 "An tamest invitation ia extended
ito all the people to attend and help
tin'these meeting's, and we hope that
many of our City'friends Will often
be seen in the congregation. ".
V - -: " ??? ?'? ? ? -
Will Be En Charge of First Regi
ment at Styx-Leaves
l ater in V/eck
I, U?ut. Col. P. K. McCully, Jr.. or
thia city will have command of the
?First Regiment N. G, S. C., and,ts
expected to leave Anderson Sunday
Ifor ; Styx. Col. McCully's. bus?n?b-.?
la in ouch shape that lt ia almost Im
possible for him to . leavo hts. oiUco
before th a t 11 mo. Mr. Strom of, Now
York Is being aient'to Anderson to
take ehorgo of the ofilco in thia city.
i Col. R. M. Blythe,'-commander ot
the Firnt R?giment, being the 'S?nior
colonel In South Carolina,' wilt hoy?
command?e troops at Styx:
,': Misses Kate . -, and Sallie. Mao
Strickland ot Concord, Ga..,- ar? the |
guests of Mr?. Walter H. Ke?a?.
Mr. H. H. Welborh' was a visitor
Mr. S, M. Major of Colutahia ls
spending a few days at homo- with
hhr parents. . .
V:-- . --.
r - .Mfr. .'and -'Mrsy, C. ' v. ?? . Cooper of
.Greenwood jnptored pyer and. spent a
lew hours io tho city yesterday on
?fcejr. ! ,^ajrV*0\ Asheville and H rn dor-.
aonvllrei: i They V .were. accompanied
nn n.o't.lU! ? Atii .Kir. A T\.f '
Cooper abd ttfaa HieCoe|Wv-1??sWsi
c.' tv arid ;^v" si. Cooper wiil attoffd
the . Detail. Furniture , Dealers*"Stfw<\
:.-^?an!.' vj,. R. Vandlver: in?W$Wf
ftUM?* 'V?ndlvcr returned yesterday
?from? :BOBton. where Miss Vandlver
ha*, been undying music: dorina s the i
past wiatery.o-Jira. Vandlver has}
Elisabeth, of dewberry .a
Mrsv. Ge?rg^; ?ggl?; and ^
: ;car< : et'
S^;w?$'h'to e^nrt^dSr deep' ap
jft^Ufo&pft Gie many t?ts'oe kind-? '
ness and*;f^p*thy'?aown ns by
frlcr.ds nod neighbors /durtag' ;-,.'
Hinoas ; ?nd d?aih" of oes-- motS?r,
'.^ClftO wssh 4o thank them : tor ' W
ny floral tottens:-received ? :
.Ma^ the blessing ot^Godf.be. .
^t?. who helped us to bear tWs. trial*j
MACHINE <?UN COMPANY
NOW BE?NG ORGANIZED
' OF HIGHEST CONORS
CALL TO COLORS
HAS BEEN MADE
|? Prettiest Branch of Entire Ser
vice-?Many are Becoming
Interested in the Or
With a machine gun company be
ing formed'in Anderson, there is now
an oppui lu ni ty presenting itself to
the. ysvng men or this section of
tho state that ought to be grasped
Immediately, ^specially by the young
mon., who have .' attended military
schools. However, lt.seems that the
men of this clase do not realize this
fact that are slow to respond to the
call tbat has been made to Jil em.
At a meeting held last night in the
office of Col. if.-K. MeCuUyi Jr., the
organization of this company wan
discussed and much enthusiasm was
brought, to bear Upon thoso present.
Among those present were Col. r. K.
McCully, Capt. B..B. Gossett, C?pt.
R. J. Hamer and others, ? including
about ten young men of tho elly.
Capt. McCully being the highest
ranking officer present, presided ov
er, the meeting. Ile-discussed the
organisation of the company and told
of the great opportunity it afforded
tho yoting men of. Anderson who wish
ed to enter military service, espec
ially those who had attended military
Ho wea followed by Capt. Gossett
who has-been despatched to organize
this company. Capt. Gossett in .tho
beginning stated that he was disap
pointed with the young men of the
city ot Anderson of the class which
was needed;, for tho machine . gun
company. He stated that the com
pany had to be/organized preferably
from men who bad had some military
training and mob of mental ability.
He epoke very highly of tho ymma
men of the mill ^villages bf Anderson
-who were so readily responding to
the call end ,wbp t were enlisting in
Company B. He said they were not
only a credit to themselves, but ?also
to the city ot Anderson and the state
of South Carolina; He also said
that it woujd ribt.be any trouble for
him to get roen ^?br the company .11
lt were not that' the requirements
were greater 'thin, for. eriilstmebf ; ia
the Infantry. }He ?'bld thai tinleas
tho young men of ' ?rid?rfcOn whd
were .'properly - qualified.. came . for
ward rind volunteered, advertisements
would have to be inserted in papera
bf the state, in order tb get the men
from titb^r 'section^ to comb up and
make ot t the required number.
Capt/ Borner was' then called upon
tb make a [talk, lie 'told' of condi
tions ld Mexico, .^and navihg lived
there for four years, ho Waa obl? tb
make s?me very ' .interesting: state
ments. H? called upon: the ;". young
men .present tb ara lat in stirring up
cnthuslaaiu among" their :friends .so
.that they, would eb?lst in the raa:
chine gun. company. 'He said .that
they nuraA thu duty io-their ecus try
arid it was up to them to come fors
Wara and [ ehpw their m?tal ;
v "Mr. Vf : A. Hudgens, who bas al
ready cull Bled in this com&any, then
me4e .a few remarks,' Mr. Hudgens
was captain of Company H, 1st N.
G. 9. C., dur/ng 'Spanish Ameri^
'ci? warr ..
A .machine gun company consists
bf the following: ' Captain* one first
lieutenant,' two. second; .lieutenants, u
first sergeant, brie' supply sergeant
and one Bt?ble sergeant, all of whom
will be mounted: one n_ess s?rgeant,
one Lorre ribber, five sergeants, six'
(Corporals, two buglers, bbb -mechan
ic, eight privates bf the first class
and 24 privates. ' - "
This- hi the prettiest branch bS tSe)
service," -said one ot those- lntarebtria
in the formation of -the company]
"and it hob provedtub moot\ useful
branch -^of 'the service In the '-Eorbf
penn war. All the mea will carry
revolver? and there.will be no rifles.,
The company will be a permanent or-i
ganisa lion and shcm!d ho one Ot ?the
best : in tho South Carolina militia." :
lt will be neceasen^*?: get a full
complement i of men ; before the com
pany goes;, to the '?tate camping
ground at Styx.
'? .The company will consist of th rea
platoons, each having two inachlne
R-uns -and-each .commanded by a lieu
tenant. 1J-teen pack animals wuT be
uceeasafy for the transportation ot
The /formation of a machine gun
company is necessary for tue com
plete representation of a regiment
under the new militia laws. dov.
Manning, as commander-in-chief and
Gen. Moore as adjutant general have
issued appeals to all- South Carolin
ians to respond to the call of ser
Those who enlist in this company
will doubt lees be members of a com
pany Which will make for itself a
name, 'should actual tiojstilltles be
necessary in Mexico.
Several ot the young men of. Green
.vllie have volunteered for service fn
this company and two of the young
men were present at tho meeting last
night. Several more are expected tc
come to And ora oo today to nllst.
Capt. B. B. Gosutt 4s to bo. in
command of the company; R). J.
Ramer will be fi rat lieutenant and J.
P. Duckett, assistant commandant ol
j Cj!sns?en .vy>U?g?> fe t*> fee. feeess-t
I lieutenant. . . ..
The company ls to be formed at
| quickly as possible and will then
proceed to tho mobilisation grounds
at Styx. Those in eLarge are very
anxious to have the, enlistment com
? ploted as quickly as possible and be
lieve that a sufficient number will
c have responded by tonight.
T E. Smith
Announced Yesterday He'.' Had
; Withdrawn from Firm, Smith,
Garrett and Barton.
'lt ' was announced yesterday thai
Mr. T. 13. Smith had sold.hus one
third interest in the firm of Smith,
-Sarrett & Dar ton, well known cloth
I lera of thip city ,
j Mr. Smith stated yesterday after
noon that he had not rcado any plana
for the future. He will remain with
i the firm until July 1.
Mr. Smith was formerly connected
?with B. O. Evana & Co., and re
signed this to co to his farm In
I Ocoi.ee county, Last fall he rcturn
I ed to Anderson and later opened Ul
,'a men's furnishing Store with. Messrs.
'Garrett and Burton. It seems that
ho baa heard "tho call ot the wild"
again, and is going back' to ! bis farm ;
In , leaving the firm he does so with
tho very best wishes for ita success.
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son has been telling his
he iinds North AnderSfl
" No famh?ti?at ri?s onc<
sort has ever tfanf?d to \
il . ' .
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