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Oreen wood, May, 12.-Mr. John 1
X Chfpley leaves today for Roanoke, Va.
> where he goes to compete in a handl
cap ?hoot with many of tho bea
marksmen of the Southern States. Val
. uable prisca are offered.
Local . tans will be glad to knot
that Livingston, the big twirler, ba
signed with tbV Greenwood team fd
the coming season. * ?/lf mgat??l fa*
played several practice games and wll
he in good condition when tue seasoi
opens. Other players are expected t
sign up witiw? the^nejct few.days.
Friends of Col.jRJli K*BiOmSfjmU
! regret to know hsi%*fcf jCK
Iii for several da$rn. While, he ls atti
confined to his bed his . condition I
improved to~dsv. . ?> f
MK Kenneth BalA'J&loJfeCftj
Columbia to attend the .' meeting c
I the Grand Ix>dgo . of Odd Follow
i which convenes Wednesday mornlm
Messrs. j. W. Canfield, P. W. ix
vore, W. B. Ganfield, p. W. Deauar
, vsre; ^j!.. B. Giark sod J. T. Dor
. will go tonight, Mr: Bsker is gran
'master of the lodge.
Hlx Gaits Sattfelk Seataera.
Norfolk, May 12,^-Charles H. Ki:
been planning and |
SALE for months. 1
?st SALE we have <
due it undoubtedly ri
??n offered by Nils bef
Worth of High
1 Bought Especial
For this Sale
iary Whi e Sale the
p1*^ m? SI
i ii I
v -ir ?* Afirairi.
4 -I JT\ ?e ?
vanized and Painter
a. -a _ A_n?_-si
ll? iv Any ?izc xvvquu
fa adj - ? ''ii
i president of the Norfolk Southern
. raliway, today tendered his* reslgna
' tton'effectlvd Friday. The reason giv
t cn lc need of rest. He baa been head
of the Norfolk Southern since Novena
bur 1812, befer* ?whlch time he was
vice, president of the Seaboard Air
. Line. ..?'//
SUICIDES AT QRAfE
1 Indianapolis, May IS. -Stretched
' across the grave of her babies, the
1 body of Anthony McKearn. aged fis,
li a retired railroad engineer waa found
6 in the Holy Cross cemetery today. IA
? bottle thatZhilLcontaincu' carbolic af
i Mrs. MeKearr. obtained a divorie
a ten months ago and a few weeks ase
? she married a Saloon keeper who had
1 jived aeaftttieir. *home. McKearnf*
. lwo >W%ef on f f??fl aTavea he died.
I were7 Ibuflcd nearly seventeen yes?s
* ' ' .!
H 4*4aftW33 ?.-The imperial
p o??laVWbiw9Shrine will have ole
r piece of serious huffiness to settle th s
0 week-the controversy between Knot;
'. ville and Chattanooga as to whkflt
;* ahall control Alhemfipt Temple. There
d laisses* lon a have recently been con
ducted independently by each. The
controversy is so serious that at one
time It waa taken toto the Chattanooga
ireparing for this
(Ve want this to be
>ver placed before
mil be. Such barg
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?Vy.i'.'V:?- !(.:: ..:;=.!
d Doors o
i Wire Cloth
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Ifelto?i, S. G.
Derided Hot to Change The Wording
of their Creed.
Oklahoma Cit? Okla.. May IS.
Plana for tho creation of three Epis
copal districts, one for Latin-Ameri
can countries and Africa, another for
Mexico and Cubu and -the other for
the far East, including Japan and
China, to provide a closer superin
tendency cf foreign mission fields and
a proposal for thc retirement of "bish
ops, at any age and for any reason
deemed sufficient by the general con
ference," were presented,tooday U>.the
general cOnXe.?ance Qfnthe Methodist
Episcopal CHlireb, In session here.
V Tba. oonfarenofc is??y ?'So'disposed
ea1, thev proposal ' to eliminate the
phrase f^Koly Catholic Choroh'? from
tb? dpaaHe** ?reed, declining by a
vote of lf>? to 132, tb make any chong,
es te tba wording of the breed. It had
beatt Suggested by the ? committee on
r?visais thai the ?words 'The Church o!
God" bo' snbstituied -for the "Holy
Catholic Chnrchi". Tho tote reprenant!
ed a m.* tor tty ?of both lay and clerical
JONES ?CHIC HmTP?lIED
' Ott account ot-the serious illness ot
Jones Graham, grandson of Dr. W. T.
Jones, the .Jones picnic will not bo
held Ote d*riday, tu- was announced.
Yourg Mr. Graham, 14 years'of age,
baa beete critically Ul for several days
^ (INCORPORATED) m
lases amounting to S25.oo tne rt
nded up to forty \ttit?es; for purcha
ll be refunded' from forty to sixt)
or more the fareJ"oj !5oth ways v
? ra.;....' :\31 .?uTTurfsasr v*U Hf > :4>it?l4<j
ni- ii? 'divide kin ??iViWii. ; 1 ?851
f all SI
and. friends of the family will regret to
know that his condition today is not
at ali encouraging.
People ?f Berlin Ho Kat flbew Stroas
Berlin, May 13.-The people of Ber
lin do not appear to he good church
goers, according .to a census taken
of ' attendants afc the Protestant
churches the last Sunday in Febru
ary. The count.covered parishes
with a Protestant population ot 2,060,.
OOO, of which ohly^j&^lo wens counted
at church that day, either morning oi
. Even according to th > estimate ol
a clergyman; who criticised the Agu ret
BI: too row, the number was only 7.
000 greater. Thus baroir 20 ont bf ev
ery 1.000 Protestant Berliners, at tm
Blfft?lr*e?tMaee, atfeailac* church ot
the ??nday Question.'. 'Very few Wen
seen tn the churches; i? many eas?
wotnea ind children constttvitett ihree
fourths of trie congregation. r*..
than oae^lSW Of the seating capacity
of the churches was occupied at th<
morn lng services.
?ary Wrns Three-feat Far??.
Gary. Ind., May J3.-Gary la to hav<
a 3-cent feto from all interurban rsil
roads within the city limits beginning
Angust ? This was decided after i
fight of two years.
I 1 Stil
Come to G
to wait until this, a
LARGER AND BEI
vas possible at that
and clean; all made
ITS PRESENTMENT i
Compliments the Schools und 1
Roads of the County-Sug
gest Naran for County Home
(Prom Thursday's Dally.")
Tho presentment of the grand Jury
of Anderson county waa completad and
handed to the court at 6 o'clock yes
terday and reads as follows:
Hon. <?j?orge E. Prince, Presiding
We, tne "?rand jury of Anderson
County respectfully submit ?he fol
' We have passed upon all bills and
indictments handed iv at this term
and during the recess since the Iset
court; toe committee appointed for
that purpose have made partial ex
amination of matters referred to
The committee on roads and bridges
report that they have, visited the con
vict camp ot the county and Und it In
good condition and the convicts and
stock and county property well cared
for. They report that complaint bas
been made that land ownnra in various
sections of the county make a practice
of damming up the sides of the public
rosd leading through their lands,
thereby holding the water In the road
and causing the road at such places to
become muddy, unnecessarily boggy
and rough. W? recommend that the
county supervisor remove all said ar
Itides of obstruction to the drainage
of the public highways and that he
notify the land owners not to rehulld
The committee on county home, re
ports that they have vis ted that In
stitution and find that it is well kept
and the Inmates thereof well cared for
-We recommend that tho county Su
pervisor employ a nurse to assist the
steward of aaid home in caring for
sick and aged Inmates whenever he
deems it for the good or the inmates
to do so.
Wo are glad to report from observa
tions'that the people of the rural dla?
triots of the county are taking some
interest in the public schools by build,
log better school buildings In some
sections and demanding, better teach
ers and we nope that said interest
will continue to increase until every
section or the county ls provided with
good school buildings, good teachers
and that every child of school age
ahalf be' enrolled as a puptl.
The presentment here names three
white men In tbs county charged with
deserting their families and living In
ad ul try.
We present B. H. Hudgens for
'^ntfyg ijnflfttntlMI bonse of Mrs.
Minnie Stanbridge on the Saturday
night before Easter Sunday of this
WV. v *'.".." .' ? I
fuway fare bom
ses of $25.00 or
t miles; for pur
kin be refunded
more seasonable ti
time. All these gc
to conform to the
' Selections Nom
Wash Goods offerei
the season's latest
and the best that c
ce. Be sure and be
d Satin day.
teat, also for disorder?y' conduct at |
ho home of W. L. Dobbins on or?
ibout the first day of May, 19*14. Wo-,
J Iso present htm as a dangerous man
md a terror to Ute residents of. the
community m which he lives apd also
tor reckless driving 'looa the-public
highway and as witness to prove the
shove charges we rtume' t..o following:
L. 1. COK, W. I?. Dobbins? Mrs. Min.
nie Stanbridge, William Dobbins. Jr?,'
jefferson Shirley, J. N. Freuuiun und
Miss O. Holland.
In conclusion desire to express
our thanks te yopr honor, to the so
licitor and to the other court officials
for the courtesies shotrc us ?urina
J. B. DOL'THIT, Foreman.
Judge Prince addressed a few
words to the grand jury, following the.
reading of the presentment. In which
ne thanked them for their services and
assea tnat escb member remember, af
ter the court ls adjourned, that they
are yet members of the grand Jury,
and advised that- lt then be just as
much their duty to see ofter law en
forcement as while court ls in session.
The grand jury was dismissed and thc
court was theo adjourned for the'er?
ening. ^ ^
HOMES POI* VJETKRANK
Are Belag fteeajfe? by the Commute*
Of the Chamber of Commerce.
The housing committee of the cham
ber ot commerce having in charge
the securing of rooms for the Con
federate veterans, met at 6 p. m., yes
terday. Leon L. Rice, chairman Three
of tbe four committee reported a to
tal of 162 rooms so far secured for
the veterans. Chairman Rice stated
fhn ftnnvnm ?^Ollld COUtinUC tO bc piish
ed vigorously, sad that be boped to
have the full 800 rooms by the 18th
Inst., or ten days before the reunion
Dr. Diwer will take 25 veterans, ac
cording to reports turned in. which
ia very complimentary indeed.
Mr. Rice calm attention to the blank
form lu The Intelligencer today and
requests that lt be rilled In at once
and sent to him. If residents are ex
pecting special, guests. Just state the
number , and give that they have al
ready been invited, and no other dele
gates or visitors will be assigned.
Dr. Fraser to Richmond.
Dr. W. H. Fraser, pastor of the Fir
Presbyterian church of this ettyjeave
tomorow for Richmond, Va., wbcre Me
witt spend the rest bf this'week. OFT
Fraser will return to Anderson hy
way of Davidson. N. C where be wl)l
stay over for tbe commencement. Dr.
Fraser is a member of the Davidson
board of trustees.
. Joseph Crowley, a clerk in Yonkers
city hall got a laugh Tuesday because
while fooling with a set of handcuffs
in Police Chief Daniel Wolff's office
he accidentally locked them, sud bad
to remsin shackled sit day whlla sev
eral policemen searched fdr the hey.
me, lo offer
tods are new,
1 in this Sale
an be had at
here on Fri
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AD IN WILL GATHER
OVER FESTIVE BOARD
DUTCH SUPPER IN NORTH
* ANDERSON PARK
ON TUESDAY NIGHT
Delegates to Represent Anderson
Association nt Toronto Meet- .
mg To Be Selected
nut are going on apace for tbs
annual meeting ot the Ad Club, which
will take place lp the park at North
Anderson next Tuesday evening, lt ls
expected that every member of the
club will be present and the burrel
supper to be served on that occasion
will be one of the chief events of
The principal business to come be
fore the meeting Tuesday night will
be selecting delegates to represent
the Anderson . club at the National
meeting which takes place in Juro at
Toronto, Canada.. It is expected that
some three well knowa business men
will oe selected to make the trip and
to represent Anderson.
A. 8. Farmer, the president of the
club, ls making many arrangements
for the meeting*next Tuesday and he
is being ably assisted' by the other
officer* of the club. These *re, Wil
liam Banks, first vice-president, J. II.
Godfrey, second vice-president, R. j.
Ramer, critic, Fred G. Tribble. censor
and Porter A. Whaley secretary.
The following ls a Hst of the mem
bers who have already signified their
intention of attending the banquet:
John, Wv Linley. Rhett Parker, ll. E.
I.igon, T. K. Roper, John Davis, C.
Ban Allen, Harry Oelsberg, William
Banka, J. H. Godfrey, W. W. 8moak.
Watson Hell, 4. S. Fowler, W. L. Bria,
sey, M, M. Mallison, Lee G. HoUeman,
O. Ja*. Tttly, A 8. Farpier, Rx J. Ramer.
Walter Beaty, Fred G. Trlbbln
Archie L, Todd, L K. Norryc*. G. ll.
Bailes;^. A.~Osmbrill, Frank Bolt, R.
E. Burlies, B. O. E?ans,^DvO. Brown,
and JJ Homer Oulla.
William Banks will pr<\Bld*as toast
master and a cumbor of impromptu
addresses are expected, from.the mern,
It in planned to have the park illumi
nated with electric lights for the oc
casion and the table decorations will
be splendid. This will be one of the
biggest eventu -yet staged by the Ad
Club in Anderson snd every member
should make an effort to attend.
Surpeons operated on a horne for
appendicitis In Trenton, H. J., and