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Miss L. L. Corbett, representing a
well known fountain nen company
waa tb the city yesterday.
C. B. Opp of Willlatnston waa among
the visitors fen ef**d,.y*aiirrd?r4ft Ike
J. T. Mahoney han, returned from a
churl visit tp,;frieads and retaueee. at
ARM*. $mw*. . HH *?.
Calvin Kay and UtUe aaa of Town
vllfcst wero In the eity yesterday.
..Mia? Bessie OarwUe of the Bonner
ass^fttny waa lo the etty yesterday.
in' (OJTK rto?tvmmwr m hastnase.
, f th .ith & rubati?fr?
Luther and Tugaioo Heron of Town
villa:-were in the city yesterday Xor
a. few- hours. /
Mia* Alma Waters and Miss Mary
Sadie? of Grove section wege shop
ping in the city yestJerdhy. *
J. T. Milf?iO of tho Long Branch
nection spent yesterday in Anderson.
Miss Margaret Gilbert of Lake City,
Fla,, is visiting ber sister, Mrs. Frank
Reed on W>rFraeirtl*fc etrea*. ?r; ;,???
Mrs. Robert Belcher of Greenville
1B the guest of Mrs. E. W. Taylor.
Mrs. Lillian Owens left Saturday
for Atlanta ?mesa-ah? witt go In ?ralo?;
mg to be a-nura*. ,<> -
R. A- Jackson has goae to Oklaho-;
mai to spend two months-. . < *t> i ;
Dr. W. H. Fraser left Saturday for
Dr. J. T. Duckett has returned from/
the state medical1 association; tn < 1
reoce,' .! . issi "?Ssl
Miss Rita Patrick of Charleston ar
rived tu the city yesterday lo he the j
guest of Mrs. J. P. VtttrMklge.v a?ps
. Mrs. L. R. Watson of Donalds fa nv
the?-atty, the guest of Mrs. E. S. Wat-j
sog.Od South McDuffle street.
Mis? Ida Eili BU ii sud Miss . uecie j
Newton of the Bishop Branch section |
were in the city yesterday.
., Miss Cora Haddon and Miss Nannie
O'Nss* of- Zion, were shopping in.the|
dQr^ieaterday. . ?? .
Julian Hawkins of the Bethany sec-j
HOB spent yesterday in Anderson on |
, Mfa? Frentes.ShSr elalie W?Ui
ford, section ?peni fyiaieie^ltt, ?
dereco.??. -v- -<-IM
fear-, ... -. . :"; ? .-rn
Mr. and Mrs. Augustus Jones eg,
TM?T-V?S?S ?te siksstdn? k?t*h? cttr
yeSte-day. >vr?-V m^r,^: -t?i/^-Xr.. ? >< . ?
5 C. m. Wright, or qaraweii section}]
ooo qpo o o o ooo o oj
WMew of LleaL W. ?. Sherard ;
of heFeaei^'llTB^w:V?H.'- trtK
kerson. Y?*ta**?;al 1* .ftVOock the
funeral exercises were held: at tho
Laurens ^SRr?A?7. ^^^?sJfe?te-i5?.-,T.;
MaJbr, pastor or the First Methodist
church, i.ofactattagv^M -s-**!* -/?3f*?iKteH
^Tbp1 decease*;.m r falthful and
DEATH OP.A. LITTLE OWE
spent a few hours in the etty yester
T. M. Richard?? and R. A. SnUfarai
of the Fork-neighborhood were ia th?
gatffjgegtardes.,:vf,?, ,;,",.., . ,(
E. P. Brace ot Double
lenton* the visitors to
in. the city.-. ., .
J. W. guttivaa ot the Fork aectioc
^waa In the ?Hy yesterday >oa &usimae
Magistrate W. P. Bell of Iva wai
? among rthey business: visitors: to thc
I- t?j( -yt.Vte? ?
Carl Shirley of Long Branch spent
yf4j?fcrdajtt!e, Andero* on. huainesa...
"J?S? ll Ul il *??l')."'Vit
d son. Claude, ot Town
... ?the. cltyugeeterday, tot
ia-few hours. - . , . .
a fe vv - o,-. . e^wsfc* m
. Mrs, J.,,1* Simpson of FeJae??wa?
shopping, Jg the- q^^yjpWv ;"';
" J N\ Tribale c^?b8?Wfy%?^e 1
wss in 4he,?ctty yesterday.
T. K. "Watkins of the Hopewell sec
|Uon iwa? in-?he etty yesterday* on
George E. Moore, ot Hones Path,
I editor, nf The Monee. r>th. CSvroirtoJe,
spent yesterday in the city. -
G. C. McPhall of Hall township was
I among the visitera;. tg> spend -?yester:
(day in the city. .??. ., 4,,., .. ? ?
W. P. Cook ot-Sra waa among the
visitors to'Spend yesterday dn thc
J. A. Clinkscales of Starr waa in
the city yesterday Cpr a ?few hours.
A. ?1". Herron, ot Starr Waa in tho
yest.y^y:.qn Muainess.w-^ .
UP,. ( :-,..."., duet, .
C. M. Finley of Moutain Creek was
! In the etty yesterday for a stoert atay.
?.r. vji>'?""-* '? ts.".?.?. si.:" -..
Jpbu Breazeale of Pendleton was
I In :the city; yesterday ea
D. B- McPhali, a well konwn An
derson farn^*Hni-^y#4tmi*py in the
Cl igt. i ?91 i ?^'.-r.\,. .v'l
L C. McPhatt.of Carawell Institute
spent yesterday in Anderson.
Dr. D. A. Burns of Iva wi
th?. business visitors to the <
son? ramee* wraat tyt?o>ettT ? yeatefnajr.
Bira. H: L. Adenia bas returned te
Chs??f?tta after abonnie* a ; todays
ot Pendleton was ?
' forv*?dk? hours.
shobping lu the eitjr j^f.,
tfoiL llWwW5(U-Tl?''J11 .
will of God Who teeth ail things .
Thiel* friends, and relatives bf .
fdB*miv8i!t?Jexi*[* ^IJ*!. bereaved
fi A. WHITFIELD, JR.
;;: ... .??"? ? \ ??? he,
Tin?vj^-Ap>h^^he Death AnJ
g?i vistta? tb*. hemB o* Mr. end- lirai
Q? A. wfcttnald,**; Ctfrat.toads ind
b?ge srwn>r^Bj>v J^??^*:^??.
t. . ? .
^anmesw*^ isFg* . ^V*> V^^L^p^. ^HWf W^^^Vsrs
".fhhk wtthi'bh?re; erSajre^
' ' . ':yift?.?r '
*?outd?abm? task of gsthering thfresg?
.?.ti the read-to-us* product
LADIES COMING FROM ALL
OVER THE COlJreTY Wj
Flower Dey Pro?reerune be Con
nection With Trade? Day Wit
Every plan has been Anally com
I plated for ike h nid I ay of Flotter Day
in Anderdon next Tuesday in connec
tion with tim Trades Day. a. monthly
event staged by the Anderson Ohem
hWypf?;?eeasneiMrte<-4BA-..t,. Potter-..., A.
Wpaley. secretar? of the Chamber pt
Commerce? ?a W yes te oday that, he. ex
poet ed the city to be tull of visitors
.next Tuesday. He said that he had
i 'received numerous messages from la
dies in? all parts ol the county, in
quiring ?bout the .'.'floater dpy" nro
gram.?and thal he expected.many of
these to send exhibits of flowers In
the contest for the beautiful prize.
The handsome vase to be given away
tor the pest: collection of flowers, is
now on display nt .the. Chamber of
Commerce and lt 4s be^g admixed by
, 'ill who see it.
1 Thia.is ..the first time that such an
affair has been attempted 'tn Ander
son and the ladies of both the city and
, tho. county, should show their appre?
elatina of the. efforts in their behalf.
I Th?.p?tire program is One..,.ffba, fag*:
i urea,secure are splendid and all tout
i the people of. Anderson . county eau
hardly.afford to miss this day.
Another pleasant feature of the day
will be tbe picnic dinner at the Cham
ber ot Commerce. An Invitation has
,. been extended the families.. of... the
county. to. bring their lunches with
>i &Mi ?nd?there will be plenty .of room
? provided at the Chamber, of Commerce
?W.^???^t? ^Zf***4 and-the em
pire .porty will enjoy thia part ot the
day as much- aa-they will the flower
displays-and .the , . interesting ad
I drsjaaer. -, J'
.?TAa^ladtea of the county should ap
preciate what Mr. Whaley hap done
for them in arranging this day and
they should rnentfert their. apprecia>
lion by attending and by bringing ag
many ot their-,neighbors as posible,
NAME DRAGGED IN
Governor Bleeae . Soya He Hes
i fcgetletf f* IWltfit?sW**
! . theJat&JglM^
lowtng latter free? fleve?pr .'?Jeooe
*o-th* director of ta? fte-oed Rss^aent
band In this, eily, aol lt is published
? in Justice , to- all ?oaeeeped:
?, I have been informed that tbeve is
? gurner gpioa; *ro*?d.$b*til. aa GO?
:|es%t*i,;.kewi,fiM'eB;.or*er to Colonel
! ?sjmnt? sWheldVisegfVythe Second
? Infantry Baad th? som ot One,-Hun-,
j dfed Dollars..
'? do not know how s?sh a rumor
; started, or who is the author there-1
> of; fer no such order has been ls -
' ?ne- ~~y Btes I <*ye?-ag*ht?";'
i whatever to do with the metter. Col
: bael. Legare has haea'eeefv this morn.1
- lpg, and advises that hf bas received
*i m?ti Aider- but on. tba contrary,]
\ .is apie'ty ireivp?S??bie ??r his g?afilwa.j
I of the- matter, that, he la holding the J
> metter up oh his own responsibility. I
I have nothing to do withiti do*^ j
c?re..*e. he/re-.anything ta .d? with., lt,.
?pd know nothing abcut lt.
y fH-faet? ar^ithsg^a*^ Legare, as'
; adjutant, pf the regiment held, ya the
: pei! ior the band, alleging that it wa*
short certain equipments. -Tho. facts
alleged hy Capt. Legare were technl
j cally correct/ for tee reason that cer
cara things wjpre billed to the band
. which were never received. The ot-,
'i ?leere of -ene kendi state that theg iiaye
S ?lnee passed JSsneertteaor agd; teat Ahe
? goyernnienh ?s?knowledeed, the-, mfe*,
1 laa?read. the -haetf y \
; Cooking Stove Taken, Bet H-W-sa?
-, - -Mbt .attke Tinted
?Memphis, April 18.-When Tl'\ L.
Castleptaa returned home today from
i a skott visit In Arkansas, h^^found A
thief bad entered hip hpmo end stolen
every household article he poefesoed,
from cooking stove to bedstead.
? ; ; ?*e?s*>ber?-told Ceatlsa?es SI/TSOV??-'
vea,- drive? . ny. tw? moa, bucko* up-to
\ th* residence yesterday ?nd left, with
]-.<t?i his chattels, valued gt 81,000. j
fj r-y . -~-H
Straight at It
There la no use "beating aroaad l
.Jaertain'? Cough Bemedy the.?ext
3 Wklie i cough or -eonL ?.rTkere.4*5
* pie -every where ?peak of lt la th* hlgbr
; est terms o? prslse. . Lt le for sale by j
t ^aag'^karmacg,.. ... \-. '.: ; ;
' HOXB ELKCTfJM LOST
< -.v.J. ?, ?~^*- . j
r? Tho election oe elie question ?f la-.
J-fikans IS.OOO on bonds Ji?ld 1(8aturday.
t j ip, Use L?ia?on school distrtet was \sxt
I by a narrow wi?, of nyia vote?, vtA'
?ltotaJ iof 84. votes were cast. : |t. waa
q^poaedr .to -nee the prnekssH tiwi ;
rHMhi sIl of booda for the ?-actio* of
tA nsw school km?din?. - ? > .
Ur. Andrew C. Todd, who denle?
strenuously that be ta one of the old!
citizen?,,but nevertheless.bes s store:
of mformetion snout old. Anderson,
told the following last night in co?-1
neetion with the discovery to view of
the old water cistern on the plssa:
j "An incident connected w(lb the old
fire cistern found near nie monument
fti 4t?$!ns the trench for the, telephone
esaeiot ia .woathrv n?> ?avmtioa?, tn
188$, shortly after the organization
ef ; the nra department tba , steamar
'became disabled and bad to be Re
paired in the meantime a pre occurred
Ya the store of J, M. McConnell, ip Sae'
old Waverly Houee just where Ou H
Manos now is. and. though the dre,
had made some headway when the Are.
n>ep( responded , without apparatus.,, a
.opp and buckets' were secured and
tlie fire put out with water drawn
trom thia cistern."
I The locating of this old cistern OD
the :plaza, recalls the,, time whop, the
> city of Anderson need a steamer in
I lighting fire. The ql4 steamer which
! by. the w?y. waa-trelegated to the scrap
heap not so many years ago, was pur.
I chased from) the Charleston fire de
partment, after being used by that de.
pertinent for years. The Igte Dr. g.
M. Orr wag mayor pro tem at thc
time. Mr. Sloan Maxwell being may
or, and he waa chairman of the com
mittee who went to Charleston to
close the deal. The, steamer arrived
here in 1885. and was used effectively
lu lighting Area for. several years. Be.
cause of tba name 'steamer many of
the citizens of Anderson were of the
opinion be lb re it arrived that hot
water would be supplied by the en
gine in extinguishing the flames..
. The .location of the fire department
during those yeara was \n a BlUe ?tali
on the spot now occupied hy Davis
Bros.. stable. . Mr.... Frank McKinney
wag tba fireman In- charge, of tho
stesmer, and many of the older resi
dents can recall vividly seeing bira
and his engine hurrying to a fire. Mr.
McKinney, with bia bright red shirt
and hta long.beakcd firemen's, helmet.
">,Bu4ito tf^Sfn^.^plsterns. They
are something lft? 20 feet square and
each, hold abo.. |w cubic,*eet QT,water,
whap aha wajar i woiwgi.werp installed
about 23 years ago the man holes of
the.cisterns, ,wh\?b, were abput ,16 in
ches square, were, closed, the men In
cbara?. Qi fh? -4??. WA,*, UWng.. the
trouble to pump them dry before hand.
>The water was conveded to the cis
terns by jJpeaJradlag to thegutters of
nagby building, KOA m dry seasons it
?waa iwjBjpfed trota, Whitner creek.
?Wnjen a ore was -discovered the hose
, waa. dropped In the mon hole, and
there was generally . a sufficient sup
ply of water on hand. (
Mr. Yorborough is at a loss as to
.-how to carry his cablcBar?un d or
across the cisterns cn the'square. The
ayOk while the wJre***e, being buried
at I an it s font rtantwiTi MinThti sinus tata
tba clstarn wiU narr-n^.?s resealed to
prevent sickness. It ?wUA bo- a goad
idea to pump the cistern dry while.
(there ls an.opportunity, but .the der
>v|ee necessary to,do.this, ls hardly
available Jo Anderson. -- J'
>/ 1 A EAU,? AT ?rjAT,a^K
- . ... r ; iii j . ?- .
Baptists Haar Maar weil anawa.
v Mtasteaarp Speakers. ':,
.'V A mtasiaajri..?^.?^s^a? joe"
Flat Hack Retint ahubcb fanegy af
ternoon, eomuMttjii^He^jrtei, in the
'morning and extending, throughout
tho dav. SeVpral well UnnwVi mlalnn-'
ar; workers made aoaressea. j-mong
.them^b?fa* ^iKer^Xr.: Craae ot
Greer, a- mountala missionary, the
itev. McManaway, secretary of the
S" ited iii raU^k^SlSrtl^S^tnon ey
be tttcd for^aMasiaos. 'A picnic din,,
*?^W!*er^ed> lar wood*.near.Abe
ilXfi fcWJSKTIQX SlfXPAT
be both ;
..The convention ta uadenomiaation
al. :gnd - all, rh?rch?a?,vag^..ir8jan4aj
aekaata are. e*?ed ta send, delegate?,.
The public ts. also eggta^tavihid..
Fork Mo. * Detnaegstfteitflub will
A. S WALDEN KILLED HIM
IN L?CAt HOTEt!Wb?t^ i
OF LAUDANUM !
lt,.;:' . .rf iftf
IGAVE BODY AWAY
"I Want Body Ss?! To M?dical]
College,"'Said' Note, Thon
Without relative? and without
friands.- almost ?-?nalless- and . pre
sumably Bick, A. J.-Walden of Green
ville committed suicide, ia -tho Ch i -
quola hotel here by drinking lauda
num some time between 7 o'clock
Thursday night and neon yesterdays
die body waa found yesterday after
noon ?4 -8:30 o'clock and-nt -that time
?was cold and stiff. estaofJvm4eg*/>tnVt
fact that the r.ulcldc bad1 been dead
for some time.
The maa was In room 61 at the ho
tel ead when the chambermaid ?OU.?
not gain outrace to tho.room .yester
day afternoon, she reported the mat
ter to the clerk. The clerk Instruc
ted her to go through the window
i from, th? writing , roora and theo the
gruesome find was made, the.-body
being In a natural position on the bed,
with the bands folded. across the
breast, ,88 though in slumber.
: Wednesday night during the rush
at the desk following the arrival of
the evening train the man presented
hlmr.elf at the desk and.told the derk
that he waa rick, asking that he be
sent to a room at once. The .clerk
did not ask the stranger to register,
ns lt waa seen that .be was ilC and
hp wa!? sont direc^iy to rosss 51, say
ing for his lodging before he went
up. Ile 41d .not comp, opt for ..any
meal, but had a.?few' glasses of butter
milk aent .in to him..from ..tina?...io
time, ile wan next seen when he
came out of bia ..room at noon and
walked through the lobby of thc hotel
and again at 7 o'clock Ja it* ????!??
I he came/, down and paced up ead
.down before the hotel once or twice.
Ho then returned Va his rqftsn ?id waa.
not seen again while alive.
. When the> aaakl ?iscoveoed the man
?dead tho coroner was summoned and
.ho'in ?urn called f?r Dr. J. C. Harris
Tho' physician made an examination
of tho roan, and ?tated that it was
minutes after the physician nad-.rend
, i^We*hW9d/*?Purther veaar?h' of ! the
plan's pockets revealed %,Mpk book
and ?0.90 bi change, Jjo other rooney
could be found. ??jj!
in pppearanco tho man differed
Utile ?fr??v-doaen? of laborera to,rho.
met on" the st-fet, any day, aajde.frpav
tho fact that be. was frlppt?d, his
right l?& being deforra.ei-j^|Jsitgh\H*
shorter than the lett On.e, foi : ?#ta
banda. was. also, crippled-;#y rfteapsa*
ttsnk, He-seemed, .to-b* between..^
and W yeera of age. v
* JL ?*or?h' w? ifca;js3eeta of the C?f$
min .snowed;that his name,waa ?
Waldpn and that he ha^.heeg.ttia?ni
bis honre |a^ <*reaavttV .. He JN^a
pumper. of nay: ticket* from th? Pcs
Manufacturing. Company,et Greenville
for a number of we?*?, hat th*?e. tv&r
denly stopped In Jagua-y.i .T*e ***
record of. any eroirtoroent wap found
can 8|>l*#ag; ^
ln,|iisrofnk book ??owed, that he
hoarded with a man, named ?J. A?
Brown tn greenville., and there, wem
frequent entries, skewing tafcere-, "oe,
bad said bis board, to ?Browa.
TOo, nota said 4ket Ute ?ead man
hg book;, since teere -^^fi
tfweea./.,where.- ho,, entered vaaioas
oS^^kad a -*?By in o/eenirtlle.
%T - LeneeT *es Used.
Per a Unie it waa eeUaredJbat Jhe
set had been committed) Ifr JvxUfjt
-The man's clothing, which layons'
fi^?fa papers and k6pks wer* 'Mventi
death, notfy -lesesvfe fHwwa-at Oreen
i h? oona A^.^sk^
OT wl?? JTlCIir Ayer*? rUir Vito? d not coter the hair 1
m _ J. O AyrQ?.. Um?ll1M???^_____|
let us show you our stock before you buy.
We carry a complete stock of all kinds. Ateo Har
ness, Whips arte} Robes.
We have some extra goocj values in Mules and
Horses, liberal terms ?hd courteous treatment
to ali. ; m$
ANDERSON ; S^TJTH CAROLIN^
CONDENSED PASSENGER SCHED?LES.
APRIL 16th, 1914. ANDERSON. S. C.
A KIM VA I.S. ! ?IEPARTITDEH.
No. 31.[titi. 7:3r? a.m. No. 30.. .UK I A'. ?:30 o.m.
N.>. . S:Si s.ni. No. 32. 8:25 a.m.
No. 35._ 11:45 a.m. No 8?. 10:35 a.m.
No. 37. 1:15 p.m. No. 3?.* 1:05 p.m.
No. 39. . 3:25 a.m. No. 38. 2:15 p.m.
No. 41. 4:45 p.r;i. No. 40. 3:35 p.m.
No. 43..... 7:15 IMJ> No. 42. . 0:10 pjn.
No. 45. .V. *. lPcJO pm. NO. 44... . 8'.00 p.m.
C. 3 AULEN,
j General Passenger Agent.
' ' -Ni? r-v.-i.-.-.t....;- 4- .. .......... . .'?"*?'
JP V delicious. Thi^t-quen?hing I
fi The national beverage SK-..-: ?
. ' Dem? .J t?.n cewM.v> Ly lui n*m* ^^BH|'.'
jfk t . .. .y- . NWwwee* ?neatirtfa tuLdiieeV?, ' EH ?Ea?
"Tfpwai the ai? iff* . dot?* ". nothing" ?or ^?'"^1?: unit day.
wnieh Beena to ?adler.'* that Kc-, had Jhere la KUlo s?K$aMiity of any
nd work to do. The last poy aavaU fB^Sd8 ?r f^Atly^ .hetng discovered.
. . . 7 : . , .The mouth ano. throat showed, ac
ope to aa found was timi-hear la? the 8tgo of the poison having been taha*
name, of the American Spinning Com. hajt. laudagugi, does not oct In this
panjr at drcenvHJs?n?nd, ^as^ dated ?e %n .pro??uMy ?elt into a
March 7. J#14. . ?tupor immediately after Iva took the
.*iiA miscellaneous collection of nows- do*a,..ag4 never regained , coaaeiona
paper clippings lt tua pocket bqre ?T. "arris ;^s?d ;U^t c??hcr.-c^c
out the s?pposlUa?J ?S ^aaiiSS " 4W" ^rt hettie? would haye been
been in Ul health aaXene clippings ?nmeteht to cause death. .
consisted -ot Idose?a- o*. patent - med?- . .Ke[??d?a?f.,4wna.44? his death ia
ciao.advertteenvmta. and !?eo^lc? for ^S^^^'-^^S^l :b**
.?l"5Sf* ^ J**3N*?taa,^Coaa?- #Mi *W Pd?ff*er n,>an|??aA one,
nar.Ile^a^aAauaced that ?here wes -- ; llll-'^T>:;Alt J''^2 '?
ne, neoeasify . tor .an mauest, ?iaee 1W8TCAI, TEA
tb^ .caaMU be no reaaeoable donbt The Gull* ^.Oracev ?Ghurch wIU
eldo?, and--he;ordered tKs body **k?a give a.Musical Tea. et the home ot
R, oC^^Aafelj.^^jajaa-^HnJL^a *M?- B. Steele, Tupsday afternoon
oaulaaaaaJUtaj paters gf O, ^. Totr April 21, at 4:3? o?eteek" . Mr. Webb
&. Son last night and a teiegran XoaKaaseln and Horr Grabk assisted
waa diapaurhed. t4x-.?ia onedlcal col- b|H local talent, wilt ?Iva a
^s^infer^^^^^^^^^^^^ ?rsm ,i* . ?m?^oH>*tn! ' *"r