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M VB IRE
H. P. S1MOND5 OF TEXAS IS
-IN THE CITY
! . _ jj ' jr .
I When Hb Paper Was First Feuni3
e? Had To Carvy Guns in Or
r : der To Protect His r'Uot
t ? Among thc visitors tu the city is S.
i p. Simonda ot Texas, whu iounded thu
first newspaper in tliat part uf Tex
'Os west o? thc Pocus river, la 18','?,
Hist after the 1'exua and Pacific Hull
way wau completed ucroai? Texatt to
Bl Paso-and had reached Pecos City,
as the town was then calied, Mr.
Simonds tarted the publication of thu
Pecos Now. This wa:? the first newB
?nper etaretd lu a territory 400 miles
long and 500 miles wide. At that time
Pecos had- less than ?iOO people and
Wfts noted for (tu 8utur<|ay night es
capades. Mr. Simonds made this pa
per go, and ut at ed -h?re lost night that
on several occasions he had to carry
I hts guns with him to keep thu cow
, boys from destroying the plant. lie
, remained in Pecoa'thiec years, selling
' bis Plant to Callie Prewitt who still
i lives in.Pecos and who ls a friend of
Secretary i i Wpatey O? the local Cham
? nar bf Commerce. The PecoB Varley
' News .was brought up by the Pecos
Timos In 1894. in IOU Mr. Whalwy,
now the secretary pf the. Anderson
Chamber of Commerce, purchased the
pecos Record. In 1012 thu Record
SurohaEed the Pecos T'mon which bad
'^sorbed the Pecos Valley News, und
a. now pupoy. composed of tho three
''consolidations, called the Pecos Rec?
ord-TimoF was launched, lt La now
"being'published as a 'daily and weekiy
. ?lr. Simonds bas not been back to
Feeh* since po left there in 18*90, and
IvBb'was delighted to find a former P?
e?sile In Anderson. Ke and Mr. W??u
icy'had ?'regular love fount bore yes
terday. Thc . are many people who
Mr. Siniouda knew in Pecos o? abe
'julies who still live there and who
r.vwhjdey kirowB. including R W.
Baptist deacon, Irrigator,
roi?! club /enthusiast, and rail
?oter and .millionaire ranch
r. Callie Prewitt, to whom
ids told his paper still lives
abd ls a fargo lr riga tl cm 1st.
ids owned a large section of
-lands when pt Pecos in the
"Vhich he gave up rather than
ate taxes. This land 1B now
Incorporate lttntls uf 'the
MS*!'- VtnttSe!.- 'ttfodern, SP
worth perhaps a half mll
. Such ls the trrnafonna
: years. *" , :
ida is ap old newspaper
forked-ot different timon
Texas. News; Mlatua. Fia.,J
Mad ?kw?. c;ty, N, mmm
?raid. 18r"J Anderson >on
abd ..sapiesscd htnvolf OB de
tho city and ?rte peo-.
C?w?fetfay Ah Official Visit To ?
. '?gg? - . . '" ' ? \\
\ .\>*?MMn*ers of the Woodmen Circle In
Ab??raon abd of the Woodmen ot tl 3
"World In 'this city ate making mar y
'Ufana :for -entertaining Mrs. Imrrl?t P.
termalata ot^qhartestdh, when she con.
l@M'|#^m Mbntfay, Juno 2i.
mn. 'Oonelan Is Supreme Sentinel ot
dMlWMnnen Circle of tho United Stat
te* Inifl'dB well -1mown in all portions
Smith Carolina, ehe Is a tireless
i'fr&sfcar'.'fbr tho order and has -been
Ah^iib^CtXHCpllBh-more than any otb
??^/WboOmen Cifclo ls a bnpeh of
K>hp WdWlmen of the World, oxcept
Tfcttt M .19 .Composed of ladle8. It has
r?WsJiderable -.?transi h In Sooth Caroll
pt?iev?;i?^ factor in thu State. ,
v'iPonelan la 40 ?oute from
-X^le3ton *o Cbioa?o,;wbori) she will
attved ?$}*> National waniog, and will
r>e -.fn .lAndorson tait fur ?? -day. The
^e#<e?B^ tWhJch ?are -to held in tho
?ift>3^?vn;MU .while .sb?-is . here, con
?MpBJ^ ^il Woodmen #pd mern
Bima?^^"m^mentCltqle are urge
*JABD PROM HB. ELMORE.
; i'^ince the etateuV?nt .bas publicly
?p&vW*>pt'.'io oaaes'of necessity and
3S5Sw?rt the ct^r ^?n^ospo^ae to
^r*?qin^,<Mtli *tato>tbnt?io lawyer1
for a mc^oot^ tho con
?ASE PAY Fill)
ANDERSON MEN GET RAISE
BEGINNING JULY 1
Announcement Yesterday That All
Street Car Conductor? and Mo
tormen Will Be Rewarded
(Fruin Sundry's Dally.)
Not only tho street cor conductora
and the motormen, hut the public of
Anderron will be glud io learn (bat the
?. S. Ht. A. Hallway Company baa an
nounced an increase of pay for the
?t met railway employ OR lu thia city.
The announcement was made yester
day and nfl oct Ivo on July 1 every one
of thu employes will begin to receive
a larger aulary.
lu a le|t?r from the manager of the
Anacreon branch, received yesterday
by T. v. Hill, superintendent of tue
Anderson utreet railway, Mr. lilli is
given the following information: "Be
ginning July 1 the pay of the motoi -
men and conductors; will bc increased
from 12 1-2 cents per hour for tho
first year to 15 centu per hour uud ,
rite years of service will be rewarded I
hy Increasf! of pay to one cont per
hour for each year of service until
20 cents per bohr 1B reached. The
minimum day rate will he increased
from |l:00 to 91.20. . lt itt with pleas- |
ure that we are giving this Increase
j and tahe this opportunity of espinen- 1
! lng our apreclation of the faithful !
service of tho motormen and conduc
to tr lb your department."
Tilts will be good news and will be
welcomed by every one in the city.
Anderson has a set of motormen and
conductors of far more than average
intelligence und each and every one
Cl them ?B cou rico UH and polite at all
J. H. jBRISSSEY DIES
OF HIS INJURIES
Venerable Citizen of Thia County
Never Rallied-Fanerai This
Afternoon at 5:30
(From Sunday's Dally.)
1 M. J. H. Brlssey who has 'bees des
perately ill at Anderson county Hos
pital for aovo ral days, passed away
yesterday afternoon at r? o'clock. The
tune val services wjll Oe held thia af
ternoon at 5, 30 at the honte of lila
sou. W. L. Bri s Key eua Calhoun street. ;
Mr. Brlsaey .was;;?er^ttsly. Injured
?nb week sigo ^l<^9miYyhW'd/ :
norie which he wa^drlvlh'a '.ran
?'.?nd caused hit- fd receive InUn U R
which from the first appeared to bo'
very sortons. He had como io the city
fr.om High Shoals in a wagon that day, ,
abd even before leaving for the city,
expressed a premonition that he should
not coane. ?On ike return to tho cann- .
try the horse ran away with the sad
1 Mr. Br Issey waa - rendered n neon -
I scions and was never thoroughly
I aroused to consciousness, although he
j aroused partially at times. He Bank
' Into a stupor about three daya go nd
i no vcr rallied. He did not appear to '
Ve in pain, but Just Blipped away.
, The deceased had tor piuny years I
'jean one of tho staunch citizens ot
I Andersop. He was horn in Oroehvlilo '
.county on tho 11th nf -April 1842, and
l.wwrJt to the war "With n com pith y from
that county. He waa a gppd .soldier
and served continuously .Jn avery bat
tle that bia company went into, ty't !
whs never wounded. He 'waa one of ',
the happiest of th o old soldiers at the
reunion thia y oar. ?1
Ho settled in Pickena county after '
?ba war and liyed there about 25 years
cud about the ??nie length of tlpm in,
Anacreon. His old home was on South
Main hear the Orr Mill. Mr -Brlsseyj
, was a carpenter and millwright by.
?.rade abd "wgs areli known over all pf
this section of the state. His wife wa?
Musa Pormolla .Francis Hedgers,' !
daughter of John 'Rodgers of Green-?
ville county "who preceded him to the:
'grave ?2.years ego.
.Air. Brlsaey bad retired from ac
tive work In tho last few years ar.tt
wua.glvlng bis time to visiting around*
ailing his children. At i the time pf
tho accident which caused lils tl on \h ho
Was Jiving.with hin son J. H. Brlssoy at
High Shoals live miles east of the city.
Mr. Brisboy- had property In Alabama'
Of |he'll children bom to Mr. and
Mr? Bristly* are living, Messrs'
W. L . \1. >H. and John' Brlsaey- bf]
this city; -Mrs. J. C. -Nulley of thia}
emmi y ; *frs. Charley Burgeaq -pt',
Jacksonville. Fla. o nd ^lf?. ITesfc
Trlbblo cf Belton. It la expected that :
all of thc child Tn with the'exception
bf Mrs. lBurges't yvlll oe here ' today. I
>ir. Brlss?y ls ?leo eurvivedliy faur
brc lberi" and one,sitter, C. C. '^rlsr.^y
'o.' Orrvlllc; liave Bfissey o-' Cnar'o?te,
N. C., Charl?s'Bjiss.?y of RlciilaV'* Ga..'
,l|m Brlssey Of PjPhdleton and Vr?<;
Grahgor of Greenville, j
Tfte nnnoniK'iment of naV,-uearc4ia
could ,n?t >t.'made last nfght, but, tho
funeral services wilt bo co)i<*nvic<?'.at
tho homo of Ma son by tho ?Rev. J. Wi
Speake, his pastor, at 5.30 this after
noon. Interment ?Jt -Silver BJ o< '.
Speake said last night that b ? i l
boon urged to Btay In ?har.o. :cia,
-whore'fee *4) sa been on conference mat
Isa?, but ,he .felt that something .waa
Rflssey p assit if on Uw iWSgon flu ??o '
ot accMeat ?fed -thc good : aunt. '
messed unnatviiy hntfpy ard ch a rfui,
^^Tm,***^good tmui to?eod.
; h^the encomium of hjj fcnstor. [
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CUSTODY OF CHILD
iS BASIS OF SUIT
PELZER PEOPLE SUING FOR
POSSESSION OF BABE
NOW -BEING ARGUED
A Mu** Interesting Ca*e Between ?
Ghaprpan Family of Pelzer Is
Qccqpyjng Co uri's Attrition
(Fipm Fridays Dally.)
One of the most Interesting cases
ever hr un) in Anderson wau argued
before His Honoi. Judge George IC.
Friuce lu thia city yesterday. The
aetiou was brought by Mr. und Mrs.
i: C. Chapman of Pelzer against
Mr. and Mu. C. J. Chapman of the
?ann- place and hinges on the custody
of a child. ( liarles, the sob of the first
There-wore niuny queer angles to
the case and those who heard it wan
1 lated gi eat iuturcst. It seems that
when Ibo child wau born, it was weak
.md sickly and it waa taken by its
grand-pa reata! si, DIU.? after that
time E. ?'. Chapman and his wife part
ed and i ba junan went to Texas, his
wife returning to her home. Mean
while the child wup lu the custody of
Ita g.-H^idtjarenJs. Finally Chapman
returned front Texas and effected a
rccc-ncjliiutiou with his wife but one
of the topos of the agreement was
tbet ho must get the child bach from
its gi arni pat outr. He endeavored to
do this but war unsuccessful, and then
another quarrel occurred between E.
il. Chapman and hut wife, and again
they separated. This was again re
peated, it now seems, from thc evi
dence in hand, that they have gotten
together and li they can gain the cus
tody of the child will be able to live
Thc grandparents set up the allega
tion that the couple should not have
the child because. they are not fitted
for the tusk of rearing it. .They also
claim that Itr father hae not contri
buted to its support.
Judge Prince board the arguments
yesterday and at the conclusion an
nounced that he would take the case
under consideration and announce bis
Waa Knocked Unconscious When
Lightning Struck and Killed !
m Mule friday
ri i r- i
While an, electrical storm, waa in
progress last Friday afternoon. Clots
'Howard, a negro, had a narrow osean?
when a mule was -Kttied by iightn?fa
and Howard was knocked unconsoled
ty tho shook.
Thoa. fi. Kav had* his threshing ou'
fit ?.l Vance Colley'c farm, about t\v>
miles from Wlllamston and when the
sti.rm canse vp at 3 o'ciqok all of tba
party except the negro made a hrejdc
fer a near-by shelter. Before Howard
could get awpy 'the lightning killed
Ope mule/ in ju fed another SO severely
that it will die and almost killed the
negro as well. When the white men
?aw .the mulos and tH? neg rp fall
they rushed to them and succeeded in
bringing the negro around, after
working on him for about an hour! A
similar effort .to revive one or the mui
r? was successful but <Mr. Kay said
yesterday that he would also Ipso .tia
animal. When asked whether or act
no 'had ?any insurance. Mr. Kay 8a.t
that'he had SlnO on each mule but ho
believes he will be prevented from coi
iectlng this by a clause relative-,to
the mules feting In his own stab!?.
Thc two animals were easily worth!
(GU? and-the loss to Mr. Kay ><lll lo
J. L. ?rfttifhr*? W? 1 E?sct iS^knd
iome ?tew Homo For Aht>
(From Sunday's -Dally )
The bids'for the erection or the home
for the president pf Anderson College
were opened in the Ginee or the arehl-,
tects, Ca^ey & Pant, today by tho
chairman of (he executivecomm Itt do^tl.
S. Ligoii. Tno contract for (he erection.'
g<hts beautiful pulid lng was let to!
r. if. 'I,, '?ombreo abd When com
pleted Drill t?at about ?5,500. *McBsra.,
C. M. Guest, P. ?. Fa i loy and the W. L.
?lr lacey Lumber Co. MWo bid on the
contract, bat Ur .Hembree -was suc
cessful In bidding the lowest^lthough,
all >tbe bids were very, close ;toce??0rj
Tho plane call for a .-hui td lng' in .the;
Colonial style, brick veneered, alatel
fo?f and in every way in harmony with
the Other hu 1 ld inga of the . col 1 eg:o
group. Tho bret floor in Iront ,|#JIi
Contain a large reception roobi 1&X.2B?
and the president's study about (it)xl5^
.^ktf>? Mt^eiw*. ? dining,
room, living room, eiatr-..nail.
et? i^jm?f?mm '^tmm^mi.
.ten provided for eleora heater, coal
a- il fruit storage: The second *ioor
jferkdd Thffl sttfwfe .strtce,'
i jilli' he ipol?h? ?lt Tfiae;
rfecoratad tn washahle wall
omni ct ed thia homo jv Jil be ai
luudF?mo'a'dditlbii to tho c<?KcjgV
group and a credit to the donor. *tr.
C. .?.W^vah.lftfi?se lofe forTuad to
?tereBtib the college>akes lt pasible
to provide thia beautiful nome for its
FARMER? K>AY WELL DRAW
ON NEXT TUESPAY
Short ?nd Snappy Program Has
Been Arranged For Meeting
He!? By Trpd.es Body
"We have completed all plans to
furutrb lee cream (reo to 400 farmers j
and their wives and children next .
Tuesday, our June Farmers Day, and!
WK -'xpect fo have many present. We
have made all arrangements for plats, j
spoons, etc., and shall furnish three (
different kinds of cream, or vanilla, j
strawberry and tuttl-fruitti," sala |
Mr. B. O. Evans. chairman of the |
i Trade.". Bxteusion committee of the I
local chamber of commerce yesterday. |
This Ice cream bi complimentary of
the Hill Ice Cream Co., of Columbia, .
who contemplate building an ice cream >
lund creamery and butter factory lu ,
this city this fall.
The lue cream will be served imme- ?
dlately after the close of the meeting
sometime between ] abd 2 P. M. lt
ia absolutely free to nil farmers, their
Wives and ct?ldren,and invited guests.
The Farmer*' Day next Tuesday. (
Will he on importajit one, and the pro
gram ar announced while short will |
I be snappy and interesting. Special or- -
rangement? are to bc mode to take l
care of fae. ludi.es and children ' wno,
will attend the Tuesday meting.
OPEN ?UNE 22ND
Supt. J. B. Felton Says Record
Aliendance Is Expected
The State?HUtn.nter ti-hool for high
school teachers to pe held nt the Uni
versity of Ca wilta will open1
June 22. S,upt. J B F nton stated yes-|
terday tbn.t Mr. H. H Hand, secretary ?
of tho summer ?choo] has v bhounoed
that applications for admittance to'
the Behool were pouring In and that
he expected a capacity attendance. The
school will end July 17.
-The object of the Bummer school ls'
to train high Bchqol teachers In : tho I
before. -^>th;.;tae:!qfeowth cf tho high I
acbpolB and to^v.e'the subjects v&w j
taught ti??r?l??Che..l0?h schools of the '
State have ip?rcas?u^?fluch in sUp nj?d*
bave -greatly rosed* their standard "'so
' that now much tabre Ia expected of th o
average high school teacher than ever
before., ^ith'.thhe growth ol the .high
. schools of tilla state has come a need
for more Efficiency'tn'?' hirh school
-methods and < he State sn mm er school
aims to hit this need.
The teachers who attend tho schcol
will be given sleeping quarter:; In
. Thbrnwell and Woodrow cottages, the |
new dormitories on the cambus. They
Will b? furniEhed board at the uni-'
verslty commons on the corner ot
Sumter and "Creen- streets. The gym
nasium, Flinn liais end the .library
wlll.be at the disposal c-f .the teachers
while the school IB In progress.' '
The faculty ia an fol Jo ws: A. C.
Moore, director'in coop?ration with J.
EJ Swea'ringen, State superintendent of
education ; W. H. Haqd, executive sec. I
' D. D. wallace, patterson w^rd|aw.
Tito following ?p^rses of e^udy will |
"b> ' given: Agriculture, athletics
chemistry, education. English ?ram-'
I** usa m^m''^ ** ?*j
lomean Ter>yn^^ts^, ;
People In all parts of Anderson
county will bo eaddeded by the news jof
the death of Mrs. -'W. 5B. Hawkins,1
Which ?ceurret? ht h?e hornean W^rn-.
Ville yesterday -afternoon'.' ?For SO^l?
tfine lt had visen ??eh that ?rs,
kips W?8igrtwlhg,Wea?ir bthjja^iHa
last h?r .?rte?da>Wh^^iW%i^ up the .
hope that abe might recover. I
She was fi?&&"*l$*9 and^gdj^
lag0 with ?9typ??ldTpViiroo'nln, ' ftom'
Which d moase 'abcv*l?st;-fe son only a
few months ago.
Before &er marriage ?Irs. Hawkins
,tj*?r years ago ?he ?ras :^arr?td fa
%*rZWi B. Hawtt?^o 3?jbd^ith?W
cn children .tre*?' ^^'?P^^S^i
?ere ;?>> W.?W; IS^ST*'
Kathleen. Alb3?t. Charles.and Margn
,r?t. ' v - - 1
The tunstal set*let|S ,wm ^rtOhcs
[this morning at Jh*0 ?'elb?kat We
theme In Tow-nvllle ami ^en tho bodyi
will be ^'?a1j4^;,hr?;:
tertaebtat ll o'cHrfk in Silver Brook
cemetery. Tho : funeral ?arrice* will^
"Mrs C. W. tittje -edd iVlVen of
Satratcn. Qu,/m*ip^M a #w
w??a* In the city, toe ?dust bf Mrs
lathe's lather. ftY S.?Wnte.
no ? ions m
NEW FREIGHT RATES SOON
TO BE IN EFFECT
JULY 20JH IS DATE
AnrSerson To Enjoy Setter Rotes ;
Than She Ever Had Belora,
Saving $$0,000 Par Year
It was announced last evening by
the Transput talion Committee of the
Chamber of Cppitavce, W. W. Sulli
tan, chairman, that the new interstate
freight rates to Anderson, about
which thc Atlanta conference of the]
Piedmont cities and railroad officials j
of the Southeast was held, would go
into effect on July 20th, thus par
tially ending the long ught for the
equalization ot freight rates of thia J
city. Greenville and Greenwood. The
new rate:; are the best, .this city has
ever had and place > Anderson on a ;
better freight equalization basis than
at any time in ber history. In fact,
the reductions are large and important
and will amount In the aggregate to
a gross saving to Anderson merchants
of upwards of $60,000 per annum,
and perhaps more.
It is stated timi Mr. Sullivan, who
has represented Anderson through
the local traffic bureau of the ch?rp
bcr of commerce, ls Well satisfied with
the reductions and the new haalc
rates, but is Still contending for- cer
tain other reductions, and ne aiao waa
successful in getting the Atlanta con
ference to agree to give Anderson
any benetta which Spartauhurg might
neeure bared coi the present contest
filed before the Interstate commerce
epmminiou hy Spartanburg, contend
ing for the Charlotte rates at least,
and probably lower, becau.se ^t shorter
mileage' from the Quio Hi vor points
an'd points based thereon.
The traffic: .department deserves
great credit tor this successful fight,
und' Anderson on and .?tier July 20th
Will e Jae able to compete so'far as1
freight rates are concerned with .any
other city in this section of .the Car
olinas. In fact. Anderson is on a
splendid rate basis now-pr rather -?viii
be on and after July 20th, when the
new rates'go into effect. T?tere should
be an immediate stimulus' in Ander
son's jobbing business, though it is
wisely'pointed out by the traffic, bureau
of the chamber of commerce that the
chief beneficiaries pf ter ail will be the
farmer and the consumer.
? mined To &cc#pt ^atutstver'a
Cf?c*- j/W As? Election
While Dr. W. A. Tripp of Brush
Creek has not made any official an
nounce irrent himself as to whether c 3
not he will accept th? appointment n
treasurer of Anderdon/ county, repor
yesterday had'it that Dr. Tripp wou!d
qom" to Anderson j\e%t Tuesday at:Ji
give formal notice o? '-iii*/-ar.cepxam:?,
at the '8|pna.v'^e;?^l|^.uig- 'htniseq
as a cap di da te 'to shqce'ed himself
litis outee. This viii ,pe atrws ,u> An |
derqon people as Dr* Tripp >ald her \
lar.t Monday ,that>he'?QuW ?tot J>e *
candidate Jnr the .office in ?the comjipc
election, even though ho decides to a<-*
sept :he apig?bitment a pd sill -nu stcjji
auiexplred ?erm or.C. .W. ^iQGeo. i
?During the last -few days ?Mr. McGee '
has had a number qf .visitora to cal
upon h}m and uxpregst^eir regret ovir.
>',e fact -?thgt ?he ia to rat?re .from of" i
?iee. Dr. Tripp bps .also had a P-W?w
ber nt Ula frlnnrfu tn ItlWA .tho arsAtknt
ance of the office on hiai7 . 1
r}'<??? ,^.#? j!^>%e truth!
in the statement n?d should Dr. Trip?
accept and announce'that he ls a ban
dldate it will occasion iiuie surprise.
*V ^e ^rphjiPh. - j
Mr. c. c. MS&mm <*
pf the Thornwell 'Ospha?a*e., JVuH
26 years^V. ta?-tftouHbaa^j?nTe
.but^b *a>s this is 'Wie: j
rlW?U a^eotlng he ,fcaa &jpr qpS ?ja$
iHlW8 '^ jPWtie :?f A?4w?on ; to ifctiK
him to send off a box otrmoqey. oloth-;
jpjs and food. _. j
Brynn Ii er-larc ? the *htted ?tai? a Os ?
knited 'States is the greatest factor in
the movemeat'.toward peace, S?cre?sry
celebration ^Vb ;po?toftlce /depart
iirdt rgohe a ?ha-x 'e %
sessed," he said, "but that ls not^tho*
idea todj^ji^d''Jt'!Ml|^>e'c>'<va. less so.
Mr. D ry an said ho was grateful 4ihat
t?? had .b??n-'wT.l? ..^^,:0>'*?t? Saj!
par ti ut nt of state V arnhu^who^tauds
, " .- ,- \\
PLAYED SECOND GAME
SPLENDID EXHIBITION FOR
Game Between Riverside and|
Gluck Was Fine With Gluck
Winner-fly Score of 4 to 0
The second game of the mill lea
gue season played in Anderson was
staged yesterday afternoon at Buena
Vista park when the fast Oluck Mill
team won from the itivt-rsfdo aggrega
tion by a acore of 4 Co 0. Jam-up ball
wan played on both Bides and the
fans enjoyed it just aa much aa any
League game ever played on the local
The hits were few and far between
and before the eight Inning the ball
played waa ClasB A. In that inning ;
a lew errors and a hit or so '.polled
the artair to a alight extent.
Blversise- AB R H O A E
Beasley, lb ...;.*} 0 0 9 0 01
McDade, If."4 0 2 0 0 1
Hm i Ui rf.4 0 0 2 9 2
Evans c.3 U 1 8 1 1!
Allen cf >. . .f.3 0 1 0 0 0
W. Farmer 3b . . ..4 0 1 1 3 0
W.easlnger p.3 0 1 1 7 0
?ft. Farmer sa ....3 0 0 1 0 1
? Total.32 0 8 24 16 6
Gluck- AB H H O A E
Toi Hcon sa . ...412121
Ripley 3b.4 0 18 2 0
McDonald c.3 0 0 8 0 0
H. Allep 2b . ..4 0 0 4 6 1
jjkl?a?dsv?.2 1 0 0 9 0
Keller If.4 0 1 lin o
? Solmpaon rf.J 1 0 0 0 0
Shelton cf.3 110 0 0
Total.32 4 8 27 19 2|
Umpire, Mr. Ellison; Scorer, Mr.
Mun? Tl nie of game 1:40.
Says Mr. Harjey ?an*e fiero By
Invitation and Had Aa Ap
Editor The Intelligencer:
[ On returning to the .city.today. I Waa
very -much -Surprised at the anlrit bf,
an article written -py $Ir. -Klug, 8UD?>|
ylsor of Anderson county cori corning
r.^fe ^'^c?^ry ^83^3; In this artlclv,
.Mr.-jklug is appfcrefltly hitter and I be
lieve'tihjnst tb "Rev. j! L. Harley. I
'note the foilijwijig expressions;
"I refused to allow a mao by Um
name of 'Harley who claims to rep
resent the aatl-sajoop league;",
also. - i
"The other gentlemen who* ap- I
peared were courteous and reas
onable anq I have 'ne objections !
' to muke^regarding their conduct."
i I have no desire to criticise Mr?
TO THE BEACH
South Carolina Men Will Journey
To North Carolina For Meet"
ing at Wrightaville Beach -
One of tue most delightful of all
thc associations on? conventions how
bein?; held will be that of the Cotton'
Seed Cttirbe1*' Association pf South
Carolina which meeta at Wright s ville
Beach op Tuesday and Wednesday
of next week.
W. B. West of Columbia, who has
beep in Anderson for''several days re
cently, has given out the following
statement in regard to toe coming
W. H. Barton of Clemson college will
address the cotton crushers' conven
tion on "The New Cattle Industry 'in
the South and What it ??esaato tho
Farmer and the Qil Miller." Along
similar line's will be an address by E.
M. Nighbert of Atlanta, of the feder
al bureau of animal industry on "Co
operative Methods of Tick Eradica
tion." "Cotton Diseases Moana of
Prevention and Eradication" is the
subject of the address to be delivered
by H. W. Barre of Clemson college,
S. J. Summers, M. p., pf Cameron will
apeak on '"What Does the Farmer -'Ex
pect of Hit-. OH Mttl'?" W. A. Withers
of the Agi ?cultural and Mechanical
college of North Carolina will dis
cuta "Cotton Seed Meal as a Hog
Feed." C. U. Ives of Newbern will
speak on "The Relationship of the
Interstate Association to the Stale
Besides theae addresses cn the pro
gramme, there will be discussions of
the various aubjects of interest to the
cottonseed crushing industry bj*
other wernher s Qt the association
The new obleera of the association
will be elected on tbe Una) day of the
o Candidates For o
o Oou?Bty Offices o
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for County Auditor, subject to
the rules of the democratic primary.
R. A. Abrams.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for county supervisor, subject to
the Democratic primary.
_J. MACK KINO. J.
I hereby announce myself a can
didate for the office of county super
visor of anderson county, sdbject to
the rules governing the democratic
h_ T. jg. V3LMDrVm
1 I hereby announce myself a canal*
' date for supervisor'Of Andoreon ?oun
ty, subject to the rules of democratic
C. V: MARTIN.
HBBBt* d " ? i il i * i" ~i 'i?tmmmli?^m
lt. A- Sullivan of Fork township ta
I hereby announced for commiaaiocer
j for Section One, comprising Fork,
; Rock Milla, Pendleton and CenteryUia
1 . I hereby announce myself a cUndi
.dhfe tor county comaaisjsjUmer foV . lu?
third section, consisting _?f .Carven,
Brushy Cre?k, Wlllhuflston and Hope
well townships, aahject io the action
of the democratic primary. . .
I ? - . ? ?. w.A.'vQsnm?i
I hereby bb bounce myee ii a .candi
date for county treasurer, autfj?ct to
the rules of the democratic par*y.-. .?
I J-MERCER KINO
I i vmtvvf announce myself sui a catt
dldate for County Treasurer of an
derson county subject to the- rales bf
the Demecrs?c?y. = v T
. m P. mtibrim ft bafafcy jounc
ed a? a candidate tor re-election \ io
tte ofcee of Probeta -jt^.
. to the rajee ?af tbe democratic ?p?
Wfli?? ^oiW&i">">?eV .Utttfftfc
date to,- the office Of probate Judge Of
^^h? co^ty. Q$j^M>. tbera?es
? . ?? --. -t.
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