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title: 'The intelligencer. (Anderson, S.C.) 1915-1917, June 24, 1916, Page PAGE EIGHT, Image 8',
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THIRTY.TWO MEMBERS WILL
LEAVE TpIS MORNING AND
OTHERS FOLLOW SUNDAY. I
?.APT. GOSSETT GOING |
Capt. H. B. Gossott Bald last Dight
that the 32 members of tho Machine
Gun company would leave Anderson
thia morning at ? o'clock over the
Southorn railway for Columbia, go
ing from there to Camp 8tyx direct.
Whllo tho company has not been
brought entirely up to recruiting
rdrcngth, only 45' having boon en
rolled up to last night, the ollleci?
aro confident that the necessary J?3
members will be secured before the
company ?caves Columbi*.
Nine members of tho company left
tho city yesterday morning ' for Co
lumbia In charge of Llout. Duckett,
32 leave today In charge of Vivi
Lieutenant, II. J. Humer, and several
others aro to leave Sunday, ' ('apt.
.i Gossctt said last night that ho wpuid
not icavo himself until Sunday morn
ing nnd that several members of the
- company had been granted lids privi
lege. Ofllcors of tho company ar?; ot
the opinion that the corps will be
brought to full strength by that time,
as thoso remaining In the city will
continue to solicit memberships.
- The total number enrolled up to
luBt night ta aa follows;
Brooks, L. B.
Brown, J. L.
Bolemau, G. N. C.
Balley, W. H.
Cromer, C. N.
Clayton, P. C.
Frtorson, W. H. Jr.
Franklin. G. II.
Gordan, W. H.
Hall, C. C. .
Henderson, I. H.
II embree, I>, P.
Hudgeno, W. A.
Hendrix, Lcdle P.
.;. Jones, Chas. P.
Johnson,. D. vlf.
Kennedy, Paul B.
' KUgore, J. C.
King, Chao. G.
King. W. C.
LoFoy, J. T. :
Lyon, C. J. Jr.
McGee. M. F.
Marshall, Robt. 1
Meredith, A. W.
Meredith. L. I?.
Minor, Chas. Jr.
Morgan, Floyd, V.
Neuffer, G. A. Jr.
Oyt, J. H.
O'Neal, R. M.
Osborns, H.. L.
Pettigrew, W. P.
Reed, B. A.
Smith, R. H. j
Thompson, W. 8. ' .
Tomploton, D. P.
-Wilkie, W. D.
Wilkinson, W. D.
Wit hillston, D. C.
Wright; iv. u.
Vendor, W. D,
Capt. Gossett asked that lt bo an
,, nounced that ha wanted all membern
of:. ibo -company who were not going
to Columbia thia morning lo report
to hint; at '10:30 o'clock today in an
fllce over the Citizens National Bank
FR?OS OF COTTON
Walter Storm Snya War Scare
About Bena Discounted
Further discussing tho. effects of
the Mexican trouble upon the cotton
market. Mr. Walter Storm, membor
ot tho firm bf Johnston,.-Storm &
Co., *ho arrived: her? yest ?day'i Ja
tho interest or his concern, stated
y- that SO.'far tho: price of cotton bad
only advanced about 60 -points aa; a
result of the war scaro. He said
the possible effects of vur with Mexi
co had about been discounted, and
,V he did not anticipate any market 'ftuc
: ;-iuation? as a result.
..I'Mr. Storm discussed the ?ttuatton
on tho border , and in Mexico very in
terestingly, and! ito ia giving tho
reports from them close attention.
"He may stay in Anderson for eorae
time, ha Col., PA. ti. McOdlly, "Stil
> manager of the cotton omeo, will
leave tombrrbw: tor" Caiup Styx.
HEB : ^
??rs. J, j. Kelly Lost Her Momo Near
Cheddar Friday Horning-.
Tho residence -of Mrs;Jv J. Kelly,
?&? ^ne mlle booth of Cheddar, won coru
?HpplotelyY. destroyed by fire Friary
momiag. Only ; a few chairs wore
- sated. ,lt':l* not.: know? positively
how the tire orlglaftted, but ls sup
posed have caught from a fire
atart?o by tho children who we;-*,
burning,abme . : paper downstairs.
wb;li$ th%;|?ro C'y?*, discovered in the
;\roi^.:?Tre%eadr. <vS .
?i ''TJhe.'dto^a^aA :,a se^ eight . or ten
; ?^:Jm4^^min$: ihtfd-fira . Hts,:
G?tiSmmm his.'h?dl-|terreosBt y*arsv -l^a?
''y?ar^ner'1i'c#Q;?ln:''?i^lf0?- was burned.
atid^NrV'lboily Shh lost her home? on
the 'A&^???ltb-'bf; tho one burned Fri-:
- ;'f>day meroin*. ? j
"?.?^f??.v3'?itlA: Wsiw'mnnii: wife.'AT ***?l
mmm.-i. ?. - ? - ^
ANDERSON MEN ARE GET
TING TOGETHER ANOTH.
ER BODY OF MILITIA
30 OFFER TO GO
J. J. Trowbridge, At One Time
2nd Lieutenant of Com
pany B. ts Interested
Plans for an additional company
of militia to he composed of local
boys aro under way, it wns learned
last night. Thirty men have already
signified their willingness to Join
the proposed company, and thoso be
hind tho movement believe that thoy
can successfully recruit a suiilclent
number of men without going out of
The purpose of qrgunlr-ing a now
company ls to huvb m*?n tn respond
to a second call, and the new body
of infantry will likely bo hold hero
an reu/cs-vea. Messrs. J. J. Trow
bridge, Pruo Llgon and J. L. Farm
er are behind the movemont, and
when seen last night woro very en
thusiastic ovor tho outlook for get
ting together a company that would
do Andenvnn and tho eta to credit.
Mr. Trowbridge was at ouo time 2nd
Lieut, of Company lt, and in quito
cognizant with military affairs. Al
so, he has been offered a tlrot lieu
tenancy with the Greer, S. C., com
pany or militia, of tho 1st. 8. C.
Regiment. Mr. Trowbridge had not
decidod Just what he would do con
cerning this oiler last night.
Any young men interested in the
plans tor organizing a company of
reserves are urgod to m vt with tho
promoters at tho Armory hall this
afternoon at 5 o'clock.
C. C. Hall Joins
Company To Go
To the Border
J City Editor of The Intelligencer
Is Volunteer With Machine
, Evidence, of the increasing patrio
tic sentiment .sweeping over the coun
try ia aeon in the enlistment of
Clement C. Hall, for tho past year
city editor of Tho Intelllgoncor.
Newspaper men ure exempt from
military worvlco, ?nd only motives
prompted by his country's needs led
Mr. Hall to join the machine Gun
company Just organized in Ander
Mr. Hall boa seon nor vic o in the
journalistic Hold in other cities, ana
ia n reporter ot ability. His'services
wtih thin paper have been highly
satisfactory and it ls with regret
that his co-workers seo him leave
for Mexico. Although the company
wilt not go fovColumbia until today,
it ls generally conceded that bolMre
another weok has passed tho boya
will." either, be on .the .border or en
routo there/ ? :
; Probably less newspaper men en
list In tho .anny than members of
any' other profession. Theil duties'
at homo aro so arduous and so nec
essary, especially in case of war,
that their 'services aro almost indis
pensable . VA? ,r <
in tho event ot'war v/ith Mexico
Mr.' Hall will be In a position that
will enable him to communicate with
the inaner at frequent Intervals, and
he will keep'this paper well- inform
ed aa to tho situation, especially Os
it directly effects Anderson and the
boya who have gone from boro. His
compeers In the .newspaper office
wish him Godspeed.
ROSCOfclUY RUN DOWN
BY AUTO AT ST. CORNER
Boy Is PninfuUy injured When
,..,;. i.lix. '
Roscoe ffay. '/ii-yoar-oid eon --hi
Isom Kay.-,ot this citywaa s.*\n ov?r
and painfully injured yesterday al?
torn ooo by an automobile driven by
Mrv Gus Norn;t?n? 'the accfrent ; oe-,
curring at the corner ot Weat,Whit
her: and /Peoples'street.' "Ina boyV
ecrodms led bySiandera - td believe
that he waa xoriouaiy ??Injured, but
when ho had, been bronaht toto .The
Intelligencer office ani? examined : by
Injuries consisted of *$?tew; bruises
0.$Ottt the-;i<^^ ;-^^v;; . . . V'?.
TVath of .a tHHe'Boy.
James 'f. Dean; Jr., the four year
bid son-fst Mr. J. ?P. ?san, died at his
homo, i-it fy etrfcet, /lea* night.- . $ff*
tunara*'. a??ws*1.-vv^rioV held at .?"%
o'clock thia" aRdrnooh and interment
THINKS CRISIS IN
SAYS TROUBLE ALONG BOR
DER HAS BEEN KEEP
ING HIM BUSY
TO SPEAK TODAY
Governor Well Pleased With!
Campaign--Says Son Com.
ing From New York '
to Join Cavalry
"The Mexican Bltii?tlon ls more]
serious tls?p. peep!* really reelige <*i
I bollcvo a crluiB ls Imminent," said
Governor Richard I. Manning at a
local hotel last night while dlBcuss
lng the horde-/ Bltiuatlon and the South
Carolina militia. "Recruits in large
numbers aro being rounded up rapid
ly, the governor continued, "but we
need lotB of men yet to bring tho two
state regiments io recruiting
The governor said he waB woll
plcaiicd with tho reception ho had re-1
celved In tho towns nf "*ie Piedmont,!
but added that tho . jxlcan situa
tion was BO constantly on hts mind j
nt thlo timo that ho found it hard to
concentrate his thoughts upon a poll-1
tlcal talk. He said ho. was constant
ly Interrupted during hl3 campaign
round;) with toicgraniB and long dis
tance telephone calls from Columbia
calling his attention to some prob
lem that had como up Incident to the
arrangements for Camp Styx.
Splendid progress has been mado
at the camp for tho arrival of tho
militia, according to tho govornotr,
and planB for further Improving con
ditions' are go';.;; forward rapidly.
The governor would make no pre
diction as to Just how soon the two
regiments would be brought to re
cruiting strength. AR new arrivals
aro coming in almost hourly, ho said
he did>not know Just how many mon
had arrived at the, camp.
Tho governor stated that it was im
portant to bring the two regiments
up to recruiting Btrength before ad
ditional companies were organized.
He said, though, that it was a good
pinn to arrange for reserves.
'.'Anderson ls to be highly compli
mented upon her rapid work of
bringing Company B to more than
the required strength, the governor
stated, and I am hopeful that the full
regiments will Boon be ready to
The governor did not speak- '.? at
Walhalla yesterday, having been
called to Columbia upon matters
concerning tho mobilization at Camp
Styx. Ho said ho hope.', nothing
would prevent his speaking hero to
Cecil Manning, of Tho New York
Evening -Tunca staff, has secured
leave ot absence and will join trio
Charleston Light Dragoons, of which
his brother is captain, according to
the governor, who said he received a
wire from MB son yesterday.
j Directors of ..Mills Endorso Mili
tary Stand of President
The ac tl -n of Mr. B. B. Gossett,
president of the Rivera!do and Tox
away mills, in responding to tho call
.to the colors and assisting in the
.work *of recruiting* was. commended
by tho boardB bf .director*? of those
concerns nt a meeting held yesterday
morning.'all agreeing with M?*. GOS
aett that auch was tho prop?- .?; and
only thing he could have done. Tho
directors gave him their permission
j Vahead tho machine gun company.
Mill Interest'* in the 'eastrnaVe
commended Mr. Gossett for the posi
tion ho has taken In tho Mexican trou
ble, and ho-hna: received several;con
gratulatory - telegrams. Mr. G?ssest
la a. graduate ot tho United Otates
Naval acapvedy at. Annapolis and for
the peat, year han been rt sst Mo nt In
s pect i on of small arms * practice ci
thc first Siuth Carolina , regiment,
I ranking, as captain. During his ab
sence Mr. j?s P. Gossett, father of
Capt. GoSB?U. who is Ucrj president
of the Texawny and* Riverside mills,
(will'take np the duties of president.
'.--V' j. v -
Try a ftsbo of our ; A. ?. S.
?rafeo Tooth P?iat?* ^V?U?m?
?TUE GIRL AND THE
. -, ?
ALL ARRANGEMENTS MADE
FOR CONVENIENCE OF
CROWD AND SPEAKERS
AT BEUNA VISTA
.Meeting WU! Begin Promptly at
ll O'Clock nt Park-Big
Crowds are Expected
Thc fifth meeting of the county
to-county political campaign
will bo held here today,
speaking beginning promptly at ll
o'clock. Everything that could be
possibly dono has bceu arranged for
by County Chairman Tolly, who haB
spent considerable timo in making
preparations for the meeting.
The meeting horo today will bo tho
last until Tuesday, when the can
didates assemble at Greenwood.
According to tho arrangements
candidates* for railroad commissioner
will ?peak first and thu gubernatorial
aspirants next. This will enable thc
residents of tho mill villages to
hear tho candidates for governor, aa
well as many of tho other candidates
as they aro off duty for tho day al
If bygone campaigns forecast any
thing, tho meeting today will be one
of tho most interesting of the otate
canvass. Anderson is one of th?
largest counties tho candidates wir
visit, both In the point of &r^u ant
population, and a racord-breaklng
crowd ls expected In the city today
Tho fact thal tho meeting is held ot
Saturday will alone bo a big draw
Candidates will speak In tho fol
lowing named order: Railroad com'
missioners, governor, lieutenant gov
ernor, secretary of state, state treas
urcr. Richard I. Manning will leat
off in the list of gubernatorial candi
datos, Colo L. Biear.e second;- Robert
A. Cooper, third; ano. Madison Des
Champs, fourth; Jno. T. Duncan
Farmers from all parts of this ant
other counties are expeoted here to
day. The city-will take on a gah
appearance and in all probability
will present a veritable holiday scene
The stat o campaign Itinerary be
ginning next Tuesday and continu
lng until August 2G, with tho excep
tlon of 10 days in July, is aa fol
Greenwood-Thursday, June 27.
Abbeville-Wednesday, Jone 28.
McCormick-Thursday, June 20.
Laurens-^-Frldayv 'June 30.
.Newberry-Saturday, July 1.
Columbia-Tuesday. Jnly 5.
Saluda-Thursday, July 6. i
Edgefleld-Friday? July 7.
Aiken-Saturday, i July. 8.
Barnwell-Tuesday, July 18.
Hampton-Wednesday. July 19.
Beaufort-Thursday, July 20.
Ridgeland-friday, July 21.
Walterboro-Saturday, July 22.
Charleston-Tuesday, July 25.
St Georgo-Wednesday, July 26.
/ Bamberg-Thursday, July 27.
Orangeburg--Friday, July 28.
St. Matthews-Saturday, July 29.
Sumter-Tuesday, -August 1.
Manning-Wednesday. August 2.
Moncks Corner-Thursday, Au
gust 4. '..
Kingstree-Saturday, August 5,
Florencehrr-Tuesday, August 8.
Marlon-Wednesday,. August 9.
Conway-Thursday, August 10.
Dillon-Friday, August ll.
Darlington-Saturday, Augus/t 12.
Bennettsvtlle-Tuesday,. August 15
Chesterfield-Thursday, August 17
Camden-Friday'..' August - 18.
Lancaster-Saturday.- j August 19.
Union-Tuesday; August 22.
Gaffney-Wednesday? AiuVuat 23.i
York-Thur ? day, A up Vi't 21.
Chester-Friday;- August . ii.
Wihnsboio--Satuyday, August 26.
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of The London Times." said Wood
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States, T It deals with every phase
of modern.Ufo-Political, social,
scientific and military. In order
to keep up with tho times aend us
a 4nb&crlption to the London Week-i
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PKG OF TH?S WK a
/RASC18 F0R9 ANI> Q&ACfi
. : tl P??P1K
i-:. :r? ..
Every day is a good Millinery day here--today ls
particularly ao, rc eau tso we have Just opened two
now shipments ot tho newer styl?s. One of Felts.
mm?i '.J Oin????
are unusually popular right now. * You'll find
tbeso pretty and becoming -and not extravagantly
priced. ' If you are ready for a change coma la
and took them over. A few coloro, too. ' ?
Jn rll; white popular priced untrimmed shapes. The
shapes, are large, small,and, "in between".
Wo've a number o? trimmed Hats. Some patterns
that you can buy at ridiculously low prlcss.
Whatever yow needs in ?bis department
- we iee! soto we have what you want.
ni. m i j M wm mmm - IB
^j^S^. /ff? "Decision ia Genius. W?
^^S^ ?Ci u,^en *^ opporttim sss
H ^g^?-l-? n? iy presents itself" |||
^ jj ^^^^^ a man can make on one acre, ; .
\gg Everything's so nice, anUne-v, and modern., , . JB
fi' ?1 ' A ;:dfcj^j^?^^^f?4-t??1
.S3 . . v >::\;ill?^^?^v^?^ ' Certain .S
J Hg Nearly .everybody ybun? activ?, and congenial. . :
s ?BS . % : A- good' yy'jrig can be^tfcl Igy ;. 7
llIP ' . ^Vtkj '1' on 2S acres ';, of "the Seybi'r , : J
jaijg olAr-toy property-*ird iaada, in adi: "S^^
i; You'd ^ bound to like living in "North -"AoU?rsort } " .^p
S INO. M.NLBY W. R ^TSOtf . ' L. M. COClKU*: , '..i ,;,,^^
Everybody's reasonably prosperous, and as ? rule,
with a Home paid for, or a little mot? n^rly paid
for each month. ' :^