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BLUE RIDGE WAS
WINNER IN SUIT
P. & N. Wai Seeking Damages in
Sum of ?15,000.
IR the salt brought by tho P. &
N? line, SB trustee for several Insur
ance companies, against tho niue
Ridge railway In common pleas court
here, a verdict has been rendered in
. favor of tho defendant company. The
jury sitting on tho caso was out nil
night Frlduy and a verdict was not
. i i.turned until court convened at
9:30 o'clock yesterday morning. As
tho casu involved the payment of
915,000 and otlior possible judg
ments it wa? hard fought from thc
start, occupying tho attention of thc
co.irt fur throe days.
Tho freight depot of tho Piedmont
and Northern lines on the corner of
.Murray avenue und Federal street
was destroyed by flt o Mav 4, 101.B,
when fire ?wont tho Blue Kld&c rail
way. Tho inHur^neo companies p?id
out $H?.?G? insurance loss on the P.
& N. Ky., depot and content?, und
then brought milt In tho numo of tho
P. &N. l'y. as trustee to recover the
amount, alleging that Uio Blue Ridgo
railway was rcyponslblo for tho firo.
Court will tic In session for at least
a part of next week. A new set of
jurors will report for duty Monday
1'rof. Geer to Speak.
Prof. Ben floor of Furman Univer
sity will addroKs tho members of
the Baruca class of tho First Baptist
church thia:morning at ten thirty.
"Brightest Spot Ia Tows'
THE INNOCENT LIE
THE 0ALLEY. SLAVE
THE BETTER .WOMEN
V\ It AMOUNT
THE SECRET OF TUE SURMA*
. HINE ;
BETTER KIND OF MOVIES
OFFICERS CHOSEN TO
HEAD RESERVE BODY!
R. D. HENDERSON IS CAPTAIN ]
OF NEW COMPANY OR
Largo Crowd cn Hand to Applaud ]
Men--J. J. trowbridge
and J. L. Farmer Lieu?
Amid much enthusiasm n company
of Andorson resorves waa formally
organized at tho Armory hall on
Main atreet lalo yesterday afternnun
with r>>t member!" .vt? 05 mec ?ro |
necessary to bring tho company toi
recruiting strength, sevci, members
are yet needed. No dlfllculiy is ex-1
pectcd in securing this additional
Officers of tho now company were]
olectcd as follows:
IO. D. liondorson. O'?utain.
J. J. Trowbridge, . rst Lieuten
J. L. Farmer, Second Lieutenant.
A largo crowd . gathered in tho
Armory Hall aa tho meeting began
and much Intorest was shown. En
thusiasm in tho plan was keen from
tho outset and organization Avas af
fected admld applause. The - new
company will be held as reserves,
and in tho opinion of tho oOlcers there
Is little doubt as. to their being call
ed at an early dato to thc border.
GUEST IN CHARGE
NEW DEPOT WORK I
Contractor Justice Called Home
As a result of Contractor bostico I
of Spurtanburg, being called home toi
laico charge of a military company in
that city, work on tho new frolght
depot building of tho Charleston &|
Carolina Railway company ,wns sus
pended until Mr. C. M. Guest of
thlN cHy could take charge, tho Green
ville contractors, .Morris and Jamie
son, having placed tho. work In tho
hands'Of Mr. Guest.
From 12 to 40 men will bo worked
on tho Job contiguously,- according to
Mr. West, hut ho states that at tho
present ho will need - only laborers,
mochan les and othor skilled' labor to
be used later.
Greenville Welting House.
Greenville, June 24.-The largest
Btep toward tho establishment of a
packing houBO in GreenviUo waa
made yesterday at tho Bpccial meet
ing, when tho committee endorsed tho
proposition made by W. H, Auotln,
Jr.. and decided to proceed'.with tho
conBumatlonV of details. Mr. - Au&ln
end Jae. H. Morgan bavcvbfforod. to
subscribo S20.000 to tho ent'irpriso,
provided $50,000 -is raised .by others.
Meadow-Farm Butter Milk, its
good ?nd cool at th? Owl. Vanil
la, .SLnwberry and Mapltcnut
t paying too much
.every tMoai itt
nded dally by us.
ot satiB?^ cual?*
t ^uoli^lpg #?4:
your 8^d ^VS ,
tn ?rder io-gc^ hiR?.
Hundreds et Station cheer continu
train stops al rr?lls where crowds
The "uendon"' -given thc forty men
of Capt. ?3. ?. GoHsett's Machine I
Gun company who departed yester
day morning for tho state mobiliza
tion ground at Styx was nut complet
ed when the cheers of the several
hundred people who had gathered at
the dopot to bid them au revoir had
died away,"for they wore greeted with
patriotic shouts for a distance of
fully a milo out of Anderson.
When tho train .bearing thc boys
reached Toxaway tho engino was
brought to a Htop to allow tho crowds
who bad gathered at the station an
opportunity to tell the young men
goodbye. Tho Riverside and Tox
o-Wsy mlUs were ?but down shortly
baforo tho tra'r reached the .station I
Br. Clyde F. J
Enlist in Mi
Popular young Anderson physician
general for appointment to ?eco
Dr. Clyde F. Ross', a popular and
successful young physician of An
derson, will probably enlim in tho
Medical Rcsorvo corps of the United
States army, with ibo rank of "^irst
By direction of tho 8urr~on Gen
oral of the United States army. Dr.
Ross has been Invited to appear for
examination for appointment to a
second lieutenancy In the Medical Re
serve Corps. Ho has boes requested
to communicate with Major Henry
Page, Medical CorpB, at 14, Spring
dale Road, Druid Hills, Atlanta, Ga.,
and arrange for the examination on
a mutually agreeable date and place.
. Dr. Ross stated yesterday to ? re
porter for TJie Intelligencer that ho,
j would probably go to'Atlanta Tues
I d;iy and mako arrangements for .tho
examination, if he pusses the bx
[Anderson Man H
Sons To Nation
Mr. "Landy" Wood Tells reporter
est of Sons left yesterday for Ca
standing nrrry. .
While families through tho city,
and. county of Anderson aro giving
upjthcir young sons for scrvlco In
*ho Mexican .campaign, lt is interest
ing to learn that there is living, -fit
the city ono family .that has contri
buted tin co oona already to tho c?r
vlce of tho country, two. of :them .hi
ing in tho standing attn y and thu
third' having volunteered and left
Anderson yesterday along with otb
, er young mon who have enlisted in
Tho head of - this, family which -li
represented so largely In the fighting
force of tho country is Mr. M. . L.
(botter known as "Landy") Wood,
who is ! foreman . of - tho pattern shop
of the Andersen Machine & Foundry
Co; Mr; . Wood'? oldest son. William
j Thomas, aged 2?-years,' ls ut broient,
; In tho Hawaiian Islands, stationed at
fechofleld Barracks, tn Honolulu.
Another* eon, loom, was on tho li?sl
c?n. b?rder .for a long number : ot
months- but ts now stationed at Fort
Leavenworth, Kansas, which \ ls ; the
M. L? Bonham Suggesto that
devise (oms plan? for lc
gonei to: the front.
; Mt. Editor:
Tho night; ot tho demonstration of
farawell to th?' t Aya of '^mpany li,
as 1 m ado my way " th rough the ?ffOw?
af tor the speaking "' ?T carno ? upon i
young woman, hugging to her breast
.n^bpabout idireo. moath? old, .and
CPying aa if her heart would break.
I am not ashamed td say tho tears
esme lntO;'my ..eyes.. Doubtless ?ho
had. a-yi^i^n^ft'a'. ia" tlw^'^??t
band of man 'wh^rfere geing ntar al
he;e?U of d?ty.?; Pondeiing on,this
aeldent has led me to . peculate- what
>?aid *eco|o?; of tlj^anishg iwl5*1
c*Ud ff the hus^sWmnd fath?
in his wun^a?'-i*. Suppo
M M mm came buck, shb
.gel sick ana could not > wof*--sbi
>?tre^U?^?t?*;ntit rA;.larson of m .
' -what would t^om* cf .ber
MU? Th???i reflections aovo led me
>. Suggest to th? c?u*en8-~tbr0,'?gh
ils honor^ the mayor an* ' Vtae* u"
GIVEN THE li
ously at Crain leaves shed, and
gathered to bid Boya Godspeed.
and were- not started up again uni!!
after the, train had continued on tte'.}
way. Scvoral hundred of the em
ployees of the mills flocked to the
station to see the young men and bid I
them Godspeed, in the meantime tho
whistles of the mills kept up lund
blasts while the bells pealed forth in
& fond refrain of farewell.
lt so happens that Capt. Gossett,1
who recruited thc machine gun com
pany and who is its commandor, is j
president of tho Rivcrsldo nnd'Tox
away mills. Tho demonstration was]
all tho more appropriate for this1)
reason and was a striking testiumn-'
lal of the er-'ioem In which ^Capt;i
GoRbjtt IH held hy tho people of the:
mills that are In hlB charge.
I States Army
a invited at direction of surgeon1
nd lieutenancy--Says he will prob*
umlnatton he will bo placed In tho j
Medical Reserve CorpB of the United
States army. AB indicated by th&!
term, Medical "RcBorve" corps, Dr?;
Ross will not be actively connected
with the United States army, hut
will be placed in tho reserve corps;'
to be elle rt upon when needed.
Tho connection which Ur. Ros3
would have with the military affairs]
of the government should not be con.
fused with similar positions held
by'physicians In tho National Ginini.'
Dr. Roes' connection would be witb^,
tho regular or standing army of the
United States .and not with tho Na
tional Guard. ,
Tho friends pf this popular physl- j
clan will bo interested in the an
nouncement that he hau beon Invite:!
to stand tho examination for ap
pointment as. a first lieutenant In the
Medical F.oseryo. corps._J? I'
as Given -Three f
i And Daughters
of Boya who cure in Anny-Young-',
mp Styx and two others .oro now. ir*!
. Mr. .Wood's yuUngest son, James,
who bad been-counf ?.tedwith the An
derson- theatre for scTCii months;?
enlisted some days- ago for service 1 li
the Hospital Corpa and left yesterday;,
morah)ii for * Stvrc along with the!
members of Capt. Gossott'u .machino;:
When. asked yesterday by au In
telligencer reporter how ho felt over
having three contributed three nona
to the ,'apny. Mr. Wood stated that
be had no -more norm who could en-,
lift but-had two daughters at home
who could go to. the.front ay nurses,
were .'they .needed. , ? . 1 '.
ti ts doubtful If there is another'
family , in tho stato that has contri
buted aa many BOOS to the country's '
servjee as this ono, and while Mr.
Wood .has never thought about the
matter in such a Way-as to make him:
"puftebV up" about it, bo has? every
reason'to feel that.the Wood family
has nov laid down on tho job of.
furnishing' "cannon"1 fodder" for tho;
land of the freq, and- the home of:
entrai Committee be Appointed toj
if ter dependents of trien Who .have'.
tho. ebjeuV ones might not like to
ply to their neighbors, or. friends for;
? holt?-but .would reel no hesitancy to
?H^w?ueh a compijtteo ?s^ aqre
gea!-because thoy would feel !-that
stich conimittoo .reprSBeated the
country for whom* their natural pro-:
teetora were fighting.
This central ?lommittoo -.coulai
ihat committees, from hil thc ch?rcr
ea, , tho -patriotic; and charitable ;
?Unies or co ' -. '5%
ti?l??td^;??eper?te \Wi?V. it. v.
?.'We-roust tako care of our toidi?
STAND on a platform
bree solid planks
eater Value Giving
It.has carried os to victory and success year af ter year, because it boot a platform cf
promises but actual deeds. Year? back we nominated
to carry out these planks. Season after.season they are elected by an overwhelming majority;
as Anderson's "best buy" in men's and young men's clothes.
You will find Alco, Clothes are finely tailored from the world's best woolen* in distinc
tive styles, that stamp individuality. We invite you to visit clothing headquarter? nn? try!
these.good clothes on-rrancT see the exceptional suits at \
??1I? 15.00, $20 00, $25 00
"Decision is Genius,
act when the Qpportu~
nity presents itself.'*
You don - t know /vyhat you're
missing if you haven't a few
acres,-'to* occupy your spate
If youVe always wanted a nice home, amqrig, other j
. nice homesland ^t^hav?n't, wanted to pay every
. thing youhave.for a lot
j . You armait tfco oc4 we had In mind-when we
beg?n the. d?v?lopmerri of Nor?h Aridsf??n.
Why . H's the best kino of
recreation-and yet riiaking
morley while you are having
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