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RECRUITING OFFICER WAS
KEPT BUSY ALL DURING
WILL LEAVE SOON
AS IS COMPLETED
Unless Full Number 53 Enlwtcd
By Tonight Volunteer? jr ?tm
State at Large WM Be
"It the pre?? dispatches to the
off oct that Americana haye been tak-.
oh prlsohcvs rind others allied or
true, ' that,, moana tho war has start
ed," stated Capt/ B. B. GOSBOU last
night, "lt also means that tho mili
tia will be called upon to go to the
border' 0? quickly aa . possible. Thia
makes J t vory important that the Ma
chine Gun company bo recruited tot
fttll strength. ,
;JMany young mon of the city yes
terday nought out tho recruiting of-]
fi?e ot Col. HsmoY, who ls recruiting ;
::omdor for the Machine G pb company, ?
Tho Interest in tilts phrtie?lar branch
of;the Bervico Im? grown tremendous
ly und tho ranks are ?ow bolng flll
ed rapidly. Yesterday morning
about 9 o'clock tho'first of the 'TO
oruba enlisted. , Aa others carno, the
enthusiasm "gro wand boforo night.;
numbers had signed, among them be
ing Charles 8. Minor, Jr.?- Ralph
SfoHh. W. A. Hudgono. George A.
. Franklin. Jr., Gcorgo BOleman. C
Foster. Jonas arid billi's..
Capt. B; Bi Gossel?, oxpocts to
have thu full :M. mon o?llsted by to
night. Otherwise th-!> call for colun
tcera to -, thia uarttcul?rly company
will be nor.t out alt'OVcr the a tate.
A'message was reoflyed ^yesterday af
ternoon rrom Adjutant General Mooro
asking that the Machine Gu? com
pany be. recruited to full strength aa
quickly .as.- possible Sod mr.?<e tb . tho j
mobltliatlon grounds at. .<3tyx, ' Efr.
^fflffis,'-w'lll bo .made? to have tho com
pany leavo h?-w at Girt time.
Thu Mdch'ini~aub company isl
dbubt'cBs tho.moat ?t??cttvo branch
? bii thu Nation?! Guard-, .service,'<anej
this fact la thc CHUSO of bo much In
. texoat being shown by the young mon
'bf'tho city. Many r,t the young mon
??'iii} Greenville bav also become In
terested^ nndvhaVet either- Joined j or
slgnttlcd their'intention bf doing so.
.fj'Thia company will bo ono of the:
best commanded .branches, and all of
ttfe highett ranking ofnecro aro men
ot'itrainlng and experience. This fact j
is also au attractive feature. ;
As bas boen stated before. Capt.
. B..- B.vGo8soU ,l9 to bo captain of tho !
cprhpariy. ' Hlo record ia well- known,
l?o was educated nt Clemson col
lege and In'the-:United States Navat
- acadcrayi after, which. ho served; two
: :yo?r$ ab lieutenant in. the * United
.::Rtatesmarine?,.'One'of which woo" in
Hiio field hi Cuba. Ho. has fijrv?d
Fir yeral years'Mn. tho National Guard,
The London Time?
i "To learn the pews Of it\b "World
t subscribed*, for tho Weekly Edition
bf Tho Ijondo? Timos" said WoA.*>
?jfbw-.Wiiaon, President of the United
Stuiea.. It dial? with every phase
Of modern life-Political,; aoObtb
.scientific and .military., lu order
t?> keep up. blth the Mines send us
? A- ?tib3cv|ptk'H to tho London Wo?k
ty Times $3,29 per year, '
The Bhni* Musical Company . 'I.
Pr.^ari--:. - '
:.'. .aliey jt?ff??&-tt?t& '.: ;
?;:- . 1 ( TjftR OT?f?R ?fl*B ; -
?-jg?/mtmi?miitit? i m ?i liai 'M /y-M;?:
'-v ~:~\. "^'^Tfe;Ta"ei : r curare : ;. i
TH? s?TAlf? rPf B?i?OB 1
i, itr,i???m-W?HHJH<MI mmftmmtiMi'mit timm*
?fejR;CA8B OF VARY PAGE
I fIre: as first lieutenant and adjutant
of tho Hr.a battalion, later as cap
tain, Inspector small arms of the
first regiment. *
Capt. Ralph J. Ramer ls to be
firat lieutenant of the Machine Gun
company. Ho enlisted in tho Mis
souri National Guard in 1892 and in
1895 graduated at the Missouri State
Military school with distinction. Dur
ing the Spanish-American war .. ho
caw sorvico for nine montha as a
lieutenant. For two years he WSB
captain in tho Oklahoma National
Guards, and also two yean; in ?ame
services as major. He also served
two years In the National Guard of
this state as captain of the Anderson
. MT. Thos. P. Duckett of Clemson
collego IB to. bo the second lieutenant.
Mr. Duckett finished at tho Citadel
In 1912 with tho highest ranking ca
det ofdee. In tho fall O?Y19?2 .be
came commandant ot cadets Millens
burg Military institute, Millonsburg,
Ky. - Ho has been assistant \ com
mandant cadets at Clemson nineo
January 3, 1913.
- AU of the abovo mon aro especial
ly suited to be in command ot a com
pany of thin kind. The company ls
being composed of solect men and ta
Intended-to be tho pride ot not only*
Anderson bt tho state1 of South Caro-,
As the recruits are rapidly signing
up, Capt! Gossott urges those who
Intend-enlisting to do'so atones.
Bodies O f Girls
s Lost?? Stream ;
Sf iii Missing
Mr*. N. J, Gardner Writes Hus
band Concerning Search For
Sister Drowned in Ten
For seven days a small army of
volunteers have diligently searched
for the bodies'of Amy Crawford and
Mabel Porter, the two girls drowned
hear Duukii.wn. Tonn'., on.Wednes
day, cbitrt of last week when tho au
tomobil in which they were riding,
together with two men, dashed Into
a washout of a swollen' creek and
was swept away by tho turbulent; tor
rent. - The bodies ot tho young men
lia ve boen found and funeral ser
vices hold, but ho trace of tho girls
ban be discovered.
. '??rs..N. J. Gardner of 137 McDuffle
street, this city, who left for puck
town Saturday night upon receipt..
OTl^'formation that Amy Crawford?
her slater, had been dorwned ls still
on the. scene and ina 'letter io her
husband here graphically describes
the tragedy . 1
According to. the lotter ; the., auto-,
mobile: party, none over 20 ye4fs;^Hl?.
woro returning from a moving plft
IjW^.shovv attended in a town ?oveval
miles above Ducktowa when the dis
.'?stnh'dccurred. The night was dark
abd ; it waa still raining 'asi they
swept around , a road , winding about
tho mounlalnBldo. One section bf
the road, the lotter read, runo close
to a. fiat bed: creek and it was. here
that th* earth had given way, sliding
into tho. ewoilcn stresm and being
' swspt on to the river, leafing a .cavity
20 fest deep ruled partly with wa?
tor. Possiblyeager td get hobie ?out
of the "ttrfn the youngster ot tho wheel
was driving the machino at a rtapld
blip when it Shot.into tho washout,- j
Tho po?or company at Ducklown. I
according to tho letter; hes recovered
suSlclontly from tbe flood; io resume
op?rations, and . .the' company a?o
planning to use atreftms ot ]
[ from large hose tb a weep away P?*?
? of ?and and dirt lett in and near the
bod bf the wtream by the flood-th the
I hope , of ? bringing to light the -girls'
bodies. .. -;.;./,..u. .. mm. '
" Mrp. .' Gardner, according \'M '
husband, ^'Ht ltkeiy remain at-_
m untt??sfltohiM^osyties l?tvft >iip
.hdpe^o? tewvfVtng?. the bodf
?isa?d the tr^h- BSd con
sndifMra: p; Taylor at
ile - :d*t^hfer, ??1U>U,>, ti
- Atl.int*?; Ga.. yesterday ?L
'ID ; la ih*lr ear. :;.JBr?.'-'??d^?^
"MRjfci* ^ahd^Mra si:. Pegue '
'alelgh, N. C>-s^inir^fd4,ti^*vi>
'A*sat to atehmSB?
?onling the Ute loi ?rabeo com p*?y 1
i bf VtrjrJista, -h?is jgbne .'.io, IVchrac??a.
ER KIND OF MC
BE PHI. TOBO
ON PROPERTY PURCHASED
BY MRS. MARY WILH1TE
TO BE OCCUPIED
By Anderson Auto Company And]
AU Departments To Be Un
der One Roof
Mri A. L. Todd announced yes
terday that he had purchased from
Mra. Mary wu bite the lot facing
Kant Earle and Kant Orr streets be
tween Mrs. Janie Todd's pr?porty
and that of Mrs. Bessie Taylor, tho
consideration being approximately
16,000. This lot measures 70 by
IIS. feoc. Mr. Todd ainu announced
that ho had secured the property for
tho purpose of erecting a iarge au
Mr. Todd stated that he intended
to erect a two-story,, building thai
that lt would be of concreto or brick;
tho cost to be about $6,000. It hi to
be occupied by . tho Anderson Ante/
company,, of which J. I. Chlpley ot
Greenwood is. owner, but tb?? build
ing m? to ba erected by Mr. Todd.
Tho Anderson Auto company ' is
the agent for : the Ford automobile,
and as ia well known, -thu business
has grown tremendously. At purest
ont the sales, rooms are located on
North Main street. ; Tho shops and
storage roomo.aro on Wost Erarlo
street, In :tho now building . the
salesrooms, the supply department;
apd the Shop will be located to
The building' ls to bo modern In
every respect and lt Is. said it will
be np to tho standard of tho befet
automobile bouses In the state. Mr.
Todd left yesterday afternoon ?Or
Ashevillo. N. C.,,. whore, ho la to In
spect buildings ot tb* kind. he In
PEOFJUE WILL ASSEMBLE IU
HONOR MEMBERS OF
SERVE ( BARBECUE
? V ?
Veteran? Spanish American War
Have Arranged to Give Boys
A public mW meeting is to be
hold in the court house: thia evening
at 8: 3Q o'clock, this being in the
nature; of : honor exercises for the
men of the local militia. Tho ladles
ot the etty and county are especially
invited ? to; attend^ Tba, iSfrst. Hegl
mont band of Wllltamston. Will : bb
present and a preliminary concert
will be given. >; The mee tine wl|r
doubtless have to bo held ob ,"tha
cOiurt Jibuso . lawn ?lnce the court
ro^twlllrhardly be largo. OaoOgh to
accommodate ?'the? large crowdV'f.; f
The call for thb meeting wis Usu?
yesterday mortlng after a conference
with several ot; the^buslneBs; aie? ot
fSc* cily> Abmng. .Q^?" ?D??kbr?t wll
ber Capt: H i -?i . Wsit?nb? Mr. Rob
aK-:H^.Llgon^:;Mr;vTv?'yrank ' Wst?
kins.- Mayor Godlrey, >lb?; W,H?
tenser; abd tor. John E. Whit*.
At this^^ mebtih?: tlapi. -H. , H.
Watkins on <&ab?lS of,the- c-c*nl^?jS
Bible.c?aseos.,of thb ?tty will pr?aiitt
each member of thSSa^oany with a
Win eerte Barbevso.
Just privk-us tb the meeting-,
about *? bVtfd??t, a w rbecue will ht
served to the roomier* nf the .com
pany. Thov barbecue la belar brr
ranged hy veteran*' of tba. spanish
American war. The moist has beeb
aecurWt and will u? prepared by Mr,
?tn^triqr y?ir}.^w?-T&< -"SOrVUlgi. - TOO
meats win be served. on the McKin
ney lot en North Main street.
.. T*y-a tobe of sw ,? ? ?^D%?|
MaoU- Nuts, S^sfcarry ma?
. . ' '
AT 6 G'Cl
MILITIA WIL(L HAVE LEAVE
ABSENCE THIS AFTER
I MILITARY RULES
WILL BE IN ORDER
Beginning al 8:20 '/?night And
Guard? Will Be On Duty
Expect ISO Men To Be In
Although no ofQclal orders have
been received by Capt. L. L. Ligon
of Company B, 1st S. C. Inf., local
office of. the Blue. Ridge railway has
received orders to havo a train leave
Anderdon not later that 8 o'clock to
morrow morning, tilla being the train
ttiat will tako the. Anderson militia to
The company will this morning
take the proposed, hike through the
m'11 village:;. ? -starting at 7 o'clock.
They will also -parado on tho public
square after the march la completed.
This afternoon tha men will be
off duty in order that:they*may spend
the time with their; families. .They
will havo orders to report at tho ar
mory ut 8:20-. o'clock tonight,. wheo
tho roll will be called. If there are
I any absent?es, these will be located
by detached men. c. After attending
the mass meeting at the court house
the men will tr*iTn. to. the armory.
Duriog^tonlgh.. atrlet military rules
will ho in .order andino man will be
j allowed to leave- the ..camp or ar
. mory. Guards . will be on duty
throughout; the night. ?
Tho heavy baggage will be loaded
on the carn this af tondoon, ?nd every
thing as far as possible put in read
iness for the men ton leave early to
Cap?; Lig?n stated last night tfe?t
probably one. officer and : ?twa ; -men
would'rTemain In Anderson for re
cruiting. ' purposes. ;Th?' company
now- has ? total of 125, then who (have
been tully accepted.'/ Borne 25 or
30 hrvo been partially enrolled and
their cases will be disposed of thL
morning. ' The officer in . command
stated last night that there would be
at least 150 men who would be taken
away from Anderson.
.?'. . . ? --
rive.Are Vacant From Andmon
County This Tear.
There' will. bo five fo.?rryear schol
arships to Clemson col io go from An
dereon . county thia.fell., ' In addition
to theso there will be some one-year
agriculture scholarship*,; '?:
Superintendent Felton WBB notified
b^; the authorities af <3iemt!on col
lege ;cf?t|ie five vacancies and; aa ex
a"?'/, a ton for thO".o acholarthtpB\ji'l
be held by the Anderson cbuhty hoaid
of ?ducation ?n Fru? ty,! ditiy ' lin;
Superintendent . FeUoh ; wi? gladly
J answer atty ?uqulrles as . to the quali
fication* to be met Ter standing the
There wit! bo sonto vacant sohobifi
Bbipsi In other st?to colleges from
this ?buuty this year, but wp id this
time SupermHndeut Felton has not
been officially advioed about them.
??o 'j?." ? ?- Si ii" nins . . / '
Mr*. Sallie Howard,
gani; Sallie Howard ,*it? at tho
Anderson v c??htr how??;. .Ot. : 9
.o'elodk Wednesday morning. . Shi
waa tho daughter bf UtY}. B;. Gosnell
of Groo?ville County, Tho body waa
taken, to Seneca yesttrflay afteraodh
and enteraient made : at Corinth
church thia morning, Sha ' .was, 32
yeara of &*'o and Ia survived by her
husband ?;' .'...;:
" . *^3?to^lPaola?lM?I?'.', -\
h Mrs. Poole died at her. home On th?
I ?stsnji?on; o?; Bast Rivai^sefca^io
p'clodkrt??Alay night, vaiWlimw? '
^i$e?i?<wA: internet will be
? made In Silver : Brook : cemetery.
-EeaWa P^t?.'' V','
II Reuben, the, inf an t actSy.of Mr.
rMrs, ^B. ^^Jrarhell. -^SmnWi
> In Broad away
mj?oon at ijong Br.
? to Berkel ay, Kadtiyn
'for InUrmsht today. /;-.:
RUO GASE Mt
BE GOmOEB TODAY
FIRE INSURANCE UOSS OF
FREIGHT DEPOT IS
I When the court of common, plea?
adjourned yesterday afternoon the
, case of the Piedmont & Northam
Railway company, as trustee for a
number of flro Insurance companies,
against the Blue Ridge railway wno
still being heard. This case will
probably Consume tho greater part
bf today. AU of plaintiff's witnessed
bad not been examined when court
The trastees In this case are seek
ing to recover. the -"?mount of insur
ance loss paid by the fire insurance
companies when the P. & N. freight
depot was destroyed by fire in' May.?
Yesterday morning a non suit was
ordered in the caso of Zetanrr?y
against Manoa on the gro?ud? that
proper notice ,had not-been given,for
.Mr. El. f\ Cochran fdr ,Mrs. An
nie Pinokney took ?'verdict against
the Continental Beneficial.'associa?
tlon on an 'insurance policy in the
amount of $2,000.
--just as white as cari be, and just as
good as can be, these new ?ll-silk
, There's nothing better made at the
price-we hardly know ?f any quite
so good--- "
Ul and $1.50 Pair
these are old prices, though we have io
pay Soc more a dozen.
The blacks are here, too,, as wc4! as,a
wonderfully good assortment of colors.
We feel sure we can fill your every
hosiery want from 25c to $1.60 pair.
S^. ' ''Dadjsirim is Genius. S
"^l?^^^^S gents' itself J9 gg
i???^r A laborer, ; ' .3
i aft ; ' .', Amule, andi '/ - sa-' .
F^^-1-0*^^^^ - . r ; 25?cr?a/ ?? Sr
; ' of th?t S?ybt land wilt ^jSv '
.bring to? a nlc? Income ,fon . 'g "
,the side," v:. . rm'
ot ii?a good investment. * ||jv
a nighty hied, easy,, wiy to . j .
.n*0- . c??> g?^,think: starts : V
a d?Hghtfi^ptke tpJlv^n j .^i?:P?t you In good tet?ftifc W
'o:be ?rtd?rsoii'sycliotet ?j J , %: g.