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'RELTON P?*ffE PEV?m W"^OFANOyim?tjS^^M^ co^mu^o
______. ? Z*. . ;1.;;,-' : ? .NEWS AND ADVERTISING. .
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* INTERESTING BUDGET OF NEWS *
* ' AND NOTES FROM BUSY BELTON *
* CLAUDE A. GRAVES, Correspondent. *
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S:?R. TATE RESIGNSj |
o' M -wer ?p.j. p. ?.?",",. SORROW IN BELTON
W. H. Italian, of lloma Path, was . rm
iih? had ,,U8ln?88 10 Uo1- The Beloved Pastor of the Bapt?l'
w u i' 11 <,- Church.Announced Hi? De
JA V? i Co*?,?j;lr' ?r the firm of Cobb . . , . ,
?. itrher, had business in Anderson cisi?n Sunday
L. 1^ ??cc, a prominent uttorncv or
Anderson, was among those in town
bundey. ? ?
Ailsa Alible Stokes, of Greenville,
war, n visitor to Helton Sunday. While
Itere she war thc guest or Miss Annette
T. K. Hudg?na, a prominent business
man of Peltier' waa In Helton on busi
ness today. '
David llrpwn. of WiHiain.ston. may
bo mentioned among the prominent
citizens in town toduy.
The milbang travelling men w-ro
at Hotel Gver to day: T. K. Roper,
Anderson; J. 1. I.oughridKe, Anderson;
li. A. S.mnioTis, Heston; W. D. Rogers,
New York; \V. J. Bhoeley, Greenville;
J. C. Barnc3, Rfcb&ioud. ,
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. ('ox of Honoa
Tat h arc the guesta or their son Mr.
W. I), ("nv nn Sr**~ AVSSiic. .
Helton, April 6.- It is with deepest
regret that we announce the fact that
our beloved pastor. Rev. W. T. Tate
tendered bis regisuation to the First
liant ist ('horeb, at the regular quar
terly conference Supday morning.
Mr. Tate has held this position for
about lifteen years, and surely no man '
has ever been truer to his trust abd to I
his religion than he has. When he
came here there waa, pot the brotherly '
love existing between the churches.
that exist today. He, by his broad
minded christianity, ha? brought about !
this marked change, t'ndcr his guid
ance and by his efforts our splendid
new church was built and hy his pray
ers and beautiful scrmont., and most
of all, by his godly life many souls
have been saved' in Belton, and rte
sincerely feel that tlie church has suf
fered a staggering birw by tbiB de
cision of his to leave.
Wc pray God'tj richest blessing on
him and his family wherever they
Mri?. I luges of Richland is visiting * * * * ***'' * *******
her sister Mrs. Mtldrrm Willingham.- ** PELZER SOCIAL *
^Mr. Leon-Rice sp-ant Sunday in Bet- ? ? ^ ^ $
Mr. George ('Ox or Anderson w?s'thfe: .petaer, April G.-This town has been
guest of his parents Mr. and Mrs. J. T. fined with many visitors during the
. ox, Sunday. ... ^eek
Frilay, Mrs. F. T. hopper $fflKfi?' 'Business is Opehlng in full blast j
rolly Vntcrtiincd the following ladles jUBt now and the crowds on ffie street
at a dinner party. Mesdames W. E. an(j square, remind one of just before
Greer. W. JJ. Cobb. C. T. Cox. Clarence christmas. Don't wonder. Just think
Clinkscalcs^Millord Huston, F. M Co* a minute. Easter-candles, rabbits and
and I Cllnkicalea. eggs abd teat live -little biddles aro
- almost here. Did. we say new dresses
Mr. Milling Frlerspn spent Sunday and E?ster b?udf ts*,*bo? Indeed, we
in Helton whit lils brothers, lift waa aid> heneo the cMwds-ob the streets.1
connected with Frierson'B Pharmacy Easter shoppers,
for nonio tim-* ami made many friends ? '
herc who are always glad to welcome The opening at the Palmetto Dry
him back to Belton. Good ? Co., was quite a success last
-;- week, as well aa the one at W. H. Wel
Misa Marie Dean or Sparenburg born A Co. at the same tine. Miss
fc-ang at thai first Baptist Church for Walton, who ls with W. H. Welborn
both .morning anti evening services, Co., and also -Mise-Smith, who is at
Sunday an#;lier songs were thorough- tho Palmetto Co., are charming la
ly injoynd :l)y all who was sb rurtun- dies; BB "well.-aa espuislte milliners,
ute as to hear her. She has a mag-- Consequently the ladjea from the sur
ulflclc-nt vol?* highly cultivated >and rounding country aro delighted to
extremely-laweet1 and she ia always get their new _Uaia_?n Pelzer. The
most wannlv welcomed by this choir, Pelrer Co., has had? its houses all
and her raijon: ls always deeply ap- painted and all the wood mercantile
predated. . establishments have on a nlcq, new
- coat of paint, a fine ' ster? towards
Mr. J. Ct^if Green and family of An- "town cleanlng-u-v' *
derain spent Sunday In Belton with ;.'...>. . ".-,.lt JSJ. "
relations, guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. *-j o. rluckneyoi ??hamston.
? t . ?- . . J2 wu in luwu o?r uinotjeStt laoi rriuu".
"' KAtuU' ?*y_Mr. Plnckney is one of the old towns
-'? men of this pla^etnad has been greai
Belton, April 5.-Miss Agnes Raya- jy missed sinueiie./HOVed to Willlams
nel, one of Spartanburg'H most ac- ton a few years ago. He ls always
complislied young ladles is visiting welcome bach iHWtt^ He cat-e to us
from Charleston 4 -number of years
Mr. and Mrs. J.,B. Adger. ftg0 ani married,onc of our giris and
Mr. and Mrs. o7w. Cox of Belton, he liven here? a long^me.
who Hpent last week In /and near Mr. james- T?ftlson, of Willlamston.
Pickens witb thc latter's parents, will has a number oT "warm, interested
return home tomorrow. blends herc grbff wish him ???h BUC
- ccsB In bis new study. Mr. wilson has
R. J. (Samerell. of Uie firm of Gam- Jual left for Atlanta, where he goes
broil and KaV. had business lu An- to study ptaW'Jr. T f^VanS
deraon vcaterdkv BOn ot ?hs ut? Dn wiBter "Wilson and
ueraon yesterday^_ |a a yery ^^ar young man and hla
Walter E. Greer; vice president and roany frtertifcj&pect to see him make
cashier of the/Bank of Bellen, had Jiood. V - V_j_
business in Anderson today. ^ve f0tarned. from
Mayor Rosa Mitchell was aniong.Honea Path ^
Sr?Sr ,n CHy' ?f jb^S?rc^ ^
thc week-end in tewtt with.relatives.Jat tho home,of Mr. and Mrs. avrnp.
inc weoK-cna ?n .town wuu |son, While Miss Katie Stewart was cn
w, "A ??...-i^'terUined at thebonia ?f Mr. and Mrs.
Miases Eu nc?-Warnock and Eunice dat worthy:
Kay of Helton, are.'visiting Mrs. Hen- Thomas oiaiwortoy-^
ry Norris of the Sbady Grove section. (Hton julius^ jgkgs of Plckens,
*?*'v" '*aa here on -a,n}d!?\nW Wednesday.
Richard Mourn' formerly of Belton Mr Bogga has ? dumber of.freinds
but now of thfe -?talc of Texas is In here who are aiwj?jl delighted to seo
town visiting frieuda. bim in town. ^HaJV qufto a popular
$ r?:v- man here.
'j?U?i*iT??L T1""* h"'T BlH' The peo^t?rT^re delighted to
tor. Mrs. J. B. ;Adg?r. ' KC0 Mr an]???*. Joe Mulllnax among
Mra.-O. o'. Todd was n buBlness| em Wi
visitor to An&uson Thursday Mr. Ma?rtwfcGboper, a prominent
. vSj;-- I farmer froDtfJMBB?ndarson aide was
laii;: " . u'u,,** business vistt?^efe last Thursday.
Miss Marie P?n or Spart*0?'"!? Mr. Cooper ls OuT?iP right- track-he
will olag at UgKlrlrst Baotlst church ^ ,f)a., of oduce. such aa
on 8uoday. JHeS-f home-made men I, ?>:.-.latb?s, eggs, etc.
. fgl1^- whd'n it?^*ta^tm^n. ?'.
^ M^?ncTepeut part of Thurs- ^_ p fa . wulBlm,tont
day In Andersen. .was in our town tast Friday.
.rVr- Mr. Tom ll?trin.from the Anderson
M?as Pearl Watfdlaw. who has been, side was a business1 Visitor to the city
111 st uer home-in Duo West, has re- last. week.. . j .
\ covered andita now at her post again. Ernest Murphy of .H%. Springs,
Her many friends are blighted .to TM*^
have her baca go soon. Mr ZfweekT^^
I ' ? - nel of the WAtte'Plains schooL
1 Mrn. A. c. Latlmer lort Saturday _ ^ and Mrs. Mulllnax visited MrsJ
I for Elberton. O?: She will be away Mulllnax's p?rents^Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
a about two woeks. Mbndy. ? . vJV ll
J ... -. ? Mrs. W. a^Cranehaw visited her
?H . ... brother Mr. J. J. McAbee and family
Ll Miss Katie Scott is spending his J^KZimont but week.
week-end with relatives at Llckvme. ^ (^^Q^aw and little . Jack re
*j? ' -K?U- t?rnsd t?jpf?? T??ida>.
?2 , , J ,.lnn(t, Miss Maude Stewart, who has been
M UH ^ .: ?
Her many friend/) will bo delighted
to aee her out again.
The cotton money wilt take care of
itself thia fail.
' Miss Sue -Cloud, a very : popular
lady of East. View waa.in town shop
ping last Tuesday.
Mrs, Thomas Richardson of White
Plains was in town shopping Satur
day. . .
Mr. nod M--" Price ano children
went over to '.vTUIatnstofi, last, Sun
day to spend thc day with Mrs. Prlce'r?
parents, Mr. and Mjrs.' Welborn Mar
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' South. Willlamston. April C.-Mr.
E. M. Lander of Calhoun Palls, Bpent
Saturday in thc city on business.
Messrs Joe and Thomm; Kelly went
to Can ney laut Thursday to visit their
brother, who is very sick.
MT. W. T. Bowers spent Sunday in
Simpson vii lo visiting relatives. .
Supt. W. W. Sherad made a busi
ness trip to Ce Iii.nm Falls last Thurs
' The First Regiment Band went to
Belton last Wednesday ulgbt to take
part in a concert put on by thc Bel
ton Concert Band.
Mr. and Mr?. John Whltt of the
Whitfield section spent Sunday with
Mrs. Emma Wllhlte.
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o Mt. Tabor and Zion o
Everybody up here IB wearing smiler J
after the bad weather and plowing tn
dead earnest td going on.
Rev. Mr. Anderson, the pastor at
Mt. Tabor, preached another of hts
forceful .sermons Sunday to a very
Mr. W. H. McDade has just com
pleted bis barn which ia one of the
best in this section.
Mr. D. M Moore was visiting at An
derson last Sunday. Perhaps there ls
some attraction down, in the Electric
City.-Guess he will toon be Baying.
"Anderson is My Town."
Mr. Hoyt Moore' went to Anderson
on business Saturday.
Mrs. W.. A.. Garbroll ls very sick
Her many friends wish for her. a
speedy recovery. Thia good and noble
lady ls one of the very best this writer
has . ever < met Everywhere /that she
ls, there is an abundance .of sunshine
and good, cheon
Most' pf our farmers -have their fer
tilisera at home. Some havp put
some ik preparatory tp planting. ; fAJ
few haye planted corn, and .if these
fine and! balmy spring days last there
will bo a .good deal planted during this
week. H .<.--. : ? .- i *
Prof,,; B. ?.. Cromer, attended the
state teachers meeting at Spartaoburg
last week and reports the meeting a
Van Madde- nand. sisters, . Miases
Mary and Idell a of Aui. ii, * or shipped
at Tabor Sunday. . . . -
Mr. and Mrs. Keesler of the Leban
suellen were at Mt. Tabor for
Mr. and Mrs. james Osburn of Pen
dleton "./gre visiting at the home of
Mr. Chester Gambreil Sunday.
Mrs. James G. Cann fell off the
piazza at her home Sunday ant dis
located: her left, wrist and bruised her
hip pretty badly. . ? Her friends arc
very anxious as to the .outcome .of her
injuries, aa she is uhxt st 80. years pld
and baa not been stout for some time.
Have learned since .writing the above
that Mrs. Cann's hip and arm are both
broken.. She. is resting as well: as
could be expected.
Rev. Mr. Peelar Aile hdls pulpit et
Zion Sunday giving us the fifth Sun
day. The church was well filled and
enjoyed the sermon which was BO
We are glad to see BO many visitors
at church. Everybody . ls Invited to
al our churches.
Miss Merl?y Moore of Anderson was
visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. W.
H. Moore tn this section last week.
Quite a' number of our children to
gether with the teachers sad parents
went to Anderson Friday for the field
day. The writer bad the privilege Ot
attending and thinks, if the educators
of our state will Repeat sUch efforts^
often and make the success of last
Friday: that we will soon have done
with Buch political strife as we have
just passed through. It Is needless
to. add that with such opportunities
repeated as. often as advisable we will
not nave neighbor arrayed against)
neighbor any more. 1
The many, friends of D. S. Robson
are urging; him to make the race for
County commissioner for this district
of the county. He'has not fully
mad? up bis mind.- His friends hope
that he will enter as he ls a good man
and would-dive Rood service lt elect
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.< -AFT,M?C. WILLIS II ERK. 1
Says He Will Mae* a 6o?d Knee for
Capt, Monroe C. #??h?, tpj?rter
mastor ot the First regiment of the
state militia, la In the city In the in
terests ot his candidacy for Adjutant
General of the ?tate militia Capt.
W?IIMe > ls a great favorite In And?r
son, and during the encampment last
summer was given a groat deal of at
tention by friends tin th? city. His
race ia being watched with interest.
There has been some talk of Anoenda,
having a candidate for this position
la case Capt. Willis does not run, but
he says that he v,nt put the Monroe
doctrine Into the ?Ute national guard,
be being, the Monroe. Furthermore, he
is a good soldier.
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The fanners are vor*, busily work
ing and hauling fertiliser. ,,
Mr?. J. G. Cann, who fell ana broke,
her arm and hip, la somewhat better,
at this writing;.
Hov. Mr. Peeler preached a very ln-?
'cresting sermon at Zion Sunday
Miss Polly Cann WSB visiting her
cousin, Mrs. H. E. Jones Sunday af
Miss Eira abd Gertrude Palmer,
were visiting Miss Rilla Moore Sun
Mrs. Andy Jones of Lincoln county,
ls visiting her father and mother. Mr. |
and Mrs J. G. Cann.
A very large crowd of young people
gathered at thc home of W. D. Ballard:
Sunday night and had a Hinging which
\va3 greatly enjoyed by ell who were
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D UNION SLOPE o
Antrcvllle, April 3.-TIIIB communi
ty la much saddened by Ute recent
death of Mrs. Harrison McKee, wno
died at her home Mareil 22, after an
illness of tuF?? wvuks. ?he leaves
her husband, three sons and four dau
ghters to mourn her death. The fam
ily have the sympathy of t*.e entire
Mr. and Mrs. Will Hanks of Iva
were visiting In this- section last Sab
bath. . ., ,
Miss Taila Morrison of Ulla place
was shopping in Iva Monday.
Messrs. J J. Calley and Zcike Hall
made a business trip to . Abbeville
THK CIVIC LKAGCE*
Will Meet In 'tte t%brte lAbrarJ ^on-l
. tty A?ferii?on.
Bolton. April MjsMf elffc| ? ji^ague
will hold, their. rogniap mpntJifj? ?meet
ing on.Monthly, a>Jfln>ofn;vAwu-6th.
at the library in .Stringer*? building.
The programe committee, fn. lipn?r.:ot
thia, the first meeUn)|jai^h?Jjlbrat'y,
have prepared a delightful program
on Sohtb Carpl?lt tdnljla^f^
All the jnemh?rs a re..urged to be
on hapd promptly-&t',4,p,clpck. This
Is a good .chance to learn more,of our
own writers as well BB to see tho
beautiful, new . library.,1 That.greater
part of thp books; aro in now rand any
town would be prouuYof a library like
this ana. wo .predict.!.for, it tile. ver>
t?08t. success end .when the . list .of
books is published so,.that ov?ij-rne.
can know the class of .books,on . hand
we nm sure the room will, always ho
crowded with those seeking Informa
tolbn and pleasure.
Belton,.April 5: ^Little..MIHB Ruth.)
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Packer, who
reame nn River. street. Is seven years
old today, mid .her parents made this
day a very happy one. for her add ber.'
many guests^ class mates a* school,
?tc The afternoon was pleasantly
spent in all kinda of games calculated
to please the little ladles. Refresh
ments were served, Ice cream, cake
and fruit. The color scemes betng
pink and white. ' Souvenirs, white
Easter rabbits with.pink eyes.
This party of little girls had "The
Time of Their Lives" and nt the close
of the entertainment each wished the
little hostess many happy birthdays.
TC 118 itt H KV Kit i" Bill) Y. "
mir Safe st pita's Belttih Store;
Belton, April 4,rVr Belton bad a sale
Saturday- a tob. sah>-and. lt was
a big sate too. There were big men
and little men, fat men and leah men,
busy men and idle mon. abd there were
while women andi .colored, woWon*.
well dressed women and women In
rags In fact, men and women of all
descriptions, ali buying tubs, it re
ally seemed that.the whole.'town was
preparing for a general spring desti
ning from the way they bought . tubs.
The Sullivan Hardware. Company
advertised th&t they would, sell gal
vanised Iron tuba-tim ?Bc, cevjety, for
35 c. at.ll o'clock ph, Saturday and
this advertising ts What caused all
of the rush. They sold sevebty^twjfr
tub? in eleven, minutes. All; S?turdiW
afternoon ??da!d. be seen .<MNH
the streets Sud rdaAj?adlng out trote}
Bblton. Buggies had tho tops down
and Ulled, with .tubs, and wagons had
tilba In, wlih the fertilizer-everybody
waa loaded, db with tate add-M**
canse me, aviurta . n?ii??u.v?'"'
pany had spcttt a little tinie and flfoa,
sTTn ao^ertlslng: lt proved thaOad
vertislng surely doe* ply.
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tiss?e Major Dead.
Belton, April 6-fA telegram wlft$Jfe
cetved tn Belton thia morning sl?tl??g
?t ?t Claude. Major.. ot Dui rio,. Teias,
Wis deadend that his body would ho
sent t? fteltbh for interment. Tho de
ceased .As a young man of about .18
years, and ls a.sop.ot Mrs. Julia Ma
jor of Belton. Hw body is ?specteer
to arrive here Mouday,
BOY SA VUS PLA VJ! ATE.
FROM DROWNING IS
HOIK QUA KB Y PO Ml
AI an tu, OB., April 4.~-Roy Holbrook,
lo, waa bnlng acclaimed a hero Fri
day following thc rescue of Rupert
Speaks, J), from death in the Kock
Quarry pond. Boy saved his com
panion at thc risk ot hi* own life.
Speaks, a flaxen-haired, blue-eyed
little fellow, and .hu?; friend Hoy do
ciued to "go.in swimuiiug" Thursday.
,Rupert plunged In, was sejsed with a
.cramp and almost before his compan
ion was aware. of his .danger was
struggling for life.
Holbrook plunged in immediately
and, grasping Rupert by the bair,
dragged him ashore, unconscious.
Passerby carrlod the boy to his home j
at No. r?17.Simpson,.street, where phy- '
slclanB, after fjve hours, were able to
resuscitate bim. Speaks ls he .son
of E. H. Speaks. Holbrook resides
'with his parents at No. 1270 Sunset
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Political Pot ?s Buuofing In An
de rs on Over the Race For
Seat In Congress
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, The . polit ?( iii pot. .In. A.n.derBon, so
far as the Congressional race ls. con
cerned, is certainty simmering and al
most ?bubbling. With. A. H. Oagnall
trying to.make up.his mind about the
race, Fred H. Dominick here going af
ter th? AndprRnn vntor* V n Ches
hire campaigning .every day and W.
W. Bradley, Mr. Aiken's private secre
tary paying occasional visits to An
derson,, lt would seem that Anderson
ls the objective point and a' much de
sfj^-Stronghold with the candld?les.
JJsVhas been und?rstood in Anderson
that Mr, Cheshire, bad decided to with
draw f rom the race and nat make the
campaign.. Mr. Cheshire said yester
day that there is nothing in this report
and that ho is with them to a finish in
the race. He believes that lils chan
ces of winning are excellent.
Mr. Dominick ls. quer.tersd ,at tho
.Chlquola hotel and wlll.be hero part
of this morning,.than returning tip h,ls
home at Xe wherry. He arrived
Thursday, evening, and while he bas
little to s?y about the race lt Is evl
dont that; considers bis chances as
good as anJt ...
lMr. Dagipil baa not yet made any
definite announcement aa to whether
i Pt .not he writ run " byJT his Irlends
say that they believe h? .will. lt .'is
conceded that Mr,, ?airnail w?utd
xA?ke.? strong campaign.an*jet many
votes, not only lft And?rso? Wt lh dtlK
er parts of the district.
HOME ON VISIT
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Fan! Tooo of the Bnttlcsh? Wyo
Day? After Long Absence
Fant; Todd .of U>fl; bjittl,e?.lilp: Wrp
for a visit to Jit* motlier, Mrs. H.. E.
Todd. Mp Todd ia on a furlough of
:;0 days while his ship istat the Brook
navy yard for repairs . **?
[The Audcrson.man baa toured prac
tically the entire world, during tho
past two ye?rs'and haa^ sein* many
strange . and . Interesting sights, of
. willoh ho gives a moat vivid descrip
tion. Mr. .Todd had a very Interesting
?ill action of pictures taken In
different parts of the world.
'rhe .."blue Jacket" -la receiving. . a
hearty, welcome on all sides from bia)
Anderson friends and,from hts manyi
! Hunt for; Body of Drowned
Dnlton, April. 4,-More than 100
mpn haye searched (or two days .tor
the body of Mack Johnson, a promi
nent sawmill man at. Cisco, Murray
? county, .wjio was washed over the dam
?at Gregory's tym Tuesday morning.
! The searching party reached Beaver
Sf?. Whitfield countr. this morning,
ohnson was la a boat which waa
glit in tho swift current ot Cona
tuiuga river, and taken over the ease.
He was 22 years of age and prominent
Jj? seprei.order.york.. "HU to>mju*jta
in Bradley county, Tenn. , j <v .
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she is your wif?, .^strug
gling with you to make
fee partnership a busi
ness success, does not
mean that she has lost
felry. Hasn't it been too
4ong s?ince you remeni
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Coluniblu. April 6.-Now that ,'qo?] mccU in Columbia May. 20. There la
lumbla ban been placed In the flftli little evidence of activity on the part
federal reserve district with Richmond of candidates for thc United States
AH tim reserve city in which the re- senate or for tho state offices and con
glonal bank will he located interest gress.
centers in the location'of the branch _
reserve hunk which lt La believed will
ho established in thlH territory.' The The state convention of the Travel
IbcaUon of the branch bank will be lera Protective association of Ameri
left witli the r.ine directors of the re-, ca will moet In Columbia on May 7
glon&l, re??rve banksia Richmond, six end JJ. Poet B of Columbia ls making
of whom will be chosen by...the mern- eii'iorate arrangements for the snar
lier banks an dthree of whom will be talnment of the convention. Among
named by the federal reserve board. | the entertainment features are a trip
Columbia on. account of Its central down the Con garee river pb;, tito
location and exqelbant niall facilities steamer Ruth No. 2. en entertainment
nair .thc- endorsement of many South by Jpbn J. Cain at tho Jefferson, a
Carolina backers as the best location'banquet at the Jefferson and automo
tor the branch rtierve bank. This In-1 bile ride over Columbia, ending at
stitulion wilt probably be used to clear j Ridgewood club. Post B has a large
for the banka of South .Carolina and tim? In hand to defray "tbfe expenses ^
possibly-e. few tn North CarpUna?The of entorta?hmeta. T. P. A/s all over
Hoard ot directors of tho regional rc- the state are looking forward to the
serve,bank of the district has the right r"jjy and good tipie In ColuroWa m
though, under Ute currency act to fis May. Post .B. will see that they sro
the powers of the branch banks of not disappointed In their expectations.
IA& district, .?The..board could ;aake A notable gathering of O.?&Jn
the banks pocket editions Of che dis- Masonry will be held in Columbia on
tVlct reaerve banks in Richmond witJs tne night of April 13 when tho unto?
the righi to Tend money to ?nd dis- council No. 5. will have as, Its guests
copnt paper for thc member banks. " several of tpo officers pf the general
The Columbia Clearing House aa- erMi CoUnc;i ot the United StaAen and
soclatlpn Is asking bankers, tn .South nf the general grand chapter of the
Carolina to fortify their previous en- United States. The g?d?ret grand*' of
doreenient of Columbi* ju the place f??fa w?j? oiup ?". Columbia o? April
for tho location of a regional reserve 13 pa tnejr' way t0 sumter for the
bank by sending In new endorsements meeting of the grand council of South
of the capital city as the logical loca- carolina and tho grind chapter, or
lion oftthe brauch, regional, , bank south, Carolina on April 14. Union
which lt IS* believed the board or di- cau"cll No. 5. will Under tho visitors
rectora of the district reserve bank a banquet. Degrees .will , be con
will establish. ? ferred at tho meeting; of the councU
.i. . which the general grand officers will
'The BUt?Ut;.W*e'a*?wi? aa Co- *ltena' '
lumbla Is .Interested ld.the announce- J-J-'--J----*
ment that -hereafter the Columbia Roll-_ ,W.J. *.
way and Navigation company, which ? 0.??.0 0 0 k? 0 0 0 0 V 0 0 0 ?"
Columbia and Georgetown will be en- ? " n.u rQ v?fefe? *
abledjby agreement, with the Clyde nannten ?inn?.
Steamship ,compeny to place cotton 0 n n n ' n . L? ? " n " \_ n n . , " J? 0
piece goods in the markets of thel? ooo oooiToooo o on do o 6 6 ,
north and east at a gre?t savin? over 11
Sr^^il??m^J^^?m^ ?"nos. Aprl? ?.-Mfs. John H.
c^umh? T?cksr, la at Calhoun FaUa where sh?
ita finished product ta Georgetown by J^?&.?S ?^ITercd an opbretton
"'S?^'RZV ^ .'?J SG. McAdams and mttB d??h
&/cSect wlirthejomi^^S S?^MT^T,
Southern^ Seaboard and Atlantic Coast home-ot'Mr. w x. tXtfmo
Line, ness the union, station, when a M /*>..?.?, ^f.*--?t?
ot the r?ilro?d's. iTdder the law anders. Walter Newj^, .s ._
.??^ese osee must be. move?, with.* 24 '/SS^??H^
lumbl? at the low water rate. The?^F* ?yJ^^i^?I^
^Ince the purchase.ot; the big miM^^L^??SS^!^^SS?
stearhpoat. Ruth No. 2. abd the estab- *a?* ??ceess,
mm ol a,good schedule.bet ween ^.^^J^WmW^^^m^
Columbia and Georgetown,, the mor- ",e bo/fl "5 ,w. "^1 ?I ~T 2,
chan's abd Jobbers, ot Columbia have ["l?T^?J? ?r?" Z fo?i
been giving the .boat line about all tho 8taB<- ^e 8^n??^,,? ??hl,2??S?
frelght.lt could hand*? between Colu.o- cry dollar ^^^^'?SSS?
bia a?d ??oorgetownT ?ut uptil the ?j,th?school bu"?"ng UiltSt!**
hew tariff on cottpn piece goods when "^"A" "5^n S l^'TS
nuf into effect the boat line bas been f?^J^
hampered by the lack- of cargoes on TLO? hJ^h,yr^?D-^ K??- V?U*T??.
the trip from Columbia to Georgetown. "SAe?^*n? 5 ?atrJS?^^
lt %?d .to send, tts boats v bagk- - -to spept the week end at A"f^?e-'.
GWrglelawh p&ctlcallK erdplj.. Of .^T^S??^SS^m^im^
course, the rcturrt trips were made ut ?.a^.a^.M1^^?;iwL^Wi^
Meaii ross. Now though the mil? M?1'?*^8? u/Sfi?^il?S
ar* giving the boats bound to George- pv? ?? E"1ra Ma^ Wl
town large cargoes of cotton Apiece fattavllle. ?DBB Kate m&jg* ggg
Conds Lowndcsvllle., Mr. W. Tf. Bell .from
,swua. Halb Mr. Bob Smith from L?wodes
T--'- ville and others Whose names we tailed
The municipal campaign .for the to get. .
(lection of a mayor .und. two-aldermen .
of thu city oT Columbia ls tn full ewing. 1 ".
Prom the way in which lt baa opened i 'J. ?\. k K 1* A ?t s ri
up |t promises to get pretty heated be-' ObbbO?O?ObO O^O
tore the first primary election on May ? ' ' v>
1 Mayor Wade Hampton Oibbes, the 0 . '' _;'^'ti?,4
first mayor of Columbia under commis- '? ^ fy\ NOTES" ' O
sion government is offering, for re-ulec- .
tton. . tte ls opposed by Dr. I* H. ?"
Griffith ?nd Fi Sumter Earle, the lat- ?. . . ? ,? . ^ ^ ?
tey a member or the. etty council. OOOOOOOOOOOOOO
G?trhe? dtjf?med. alarie for mayor an _~
1910 when the first election under the . , .
commission government was held. Iva, April .3.-The. Sewing Circle
Earle, waa elected to the clty^coundll pleasant conversation a mest ndlc?
In 1912, defeating Robert W. Shani, met Thujeday with Mrs. J., M. Bedon
eie?tlqn. Earle ls an aatute politician haugh; . After an hour or HO of
election. Earl?.ls an asute politician out sweet course wa?^served,
and has a. Urge following. W. F. 8tel- Mrs. Maggie Parker has bone to Att
g?tt*an<i R, J. Blalock. the two mem- derson to sgend swl?le with rela
bors qt city council. Whose terms ei- Mr. .Sara Reid of Ab^v.lUe apeot
pire tn May^^ernrg tor.re-election. Thursday night in .towu wrtu rela
??*alre^^ MW* sT-cie fJaskrn . wh? Wk bee*
.re ^orTth?rt&!^?^ ^ 8^n" ?vera! .weeks in Abbeville
?aler th?race for niayOn b^Tot?S S?, *VtS w?^'i.
haa developed yet and it looks like R ^L?'^T?'.'^Etii^iJ? 2I????MJ?
remalla three-cornered attak ^fc*^ ^ ^
?BS and Earle as . tbs ? candldat*a S-X ^^ott*aVt,i,u?! wHo ^a ^n
SM&^?i??l ??&eft. :moving Roture, show .ls
W^t^?l?T here And sh?wlng every night lu the
?60, 360 registeWfrrVffi the three new M?"2 \Tn\>rii*?? nf Mooresvtii,
wardp aa Colbinma -Which Were fer- %H^U^S^J?^^i^ im^t
n*^ Shandon, Waverly aa* ? North fcJKs?Sl?a?'tffi-'
Oolumbls. so the actual, Increase la wi1\&Y%jmW\^
rogtstratton ts only .300 over ?hat R ^SrM9 heS^?-to a^S^T?rTt
f?f,-Ji,?im' ? ^?-r.. to rel&T??^2?^.:'r?t*sa^
There ?^*?ute?^L?^ t?frej^ ef-J, ja",( a. J. Watson haa returned to
cept among professional politicians In her home In Anderson after spending
the state democratic confection which two weeks with relatives.