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?The Mens* Clothing
New Fall Suits and Over
coats are here for inspec
tion in this, the Men's Cloth
ing Store Complete.
Fabrics this season are par
ticularly fine-tailoring in all
essential? is splendid-and
the fashion-well, we'll let
you be the judge.
in shoes, we carry the
famous "Regal" at $4,
$4.50 and SS. Worth'Con
R. W. Trifoble
The Up-to-Date Clothier
2 ; . . . .
W . . (By '.\Moc'mt?l Pro**.)
? CINCINNATI, Nov. 4.-Ohio will
have a Republican fionator to succeed
Senator Theodore E. Burton. Republi
can; a Republican governor to suc
ceed James M. Cox, Democrat, and a
tepubllcan majority In the State cqn
ressional delegation. Results defl
Itely assured by late returns follow:
& United States Senator- Warrent O.
barding, Republican, elected over
Timothy S. Hogan, Democrat, and Ar
thur L. Garford. Progressive.
S Governor-- Congressman Prank B.
gillis, Republican, elected over Gov
ernor James M. Cox, Democrat, and
James R. Garfield, Progressive.
Republicans carry 12 out of 22 con
Republicana elect entire state tick
Statewide prohibition amendment
Woman's suffrage amendment de
Amendment asking for home rulo,
a recognized "wet" proposition, adopt
Mullen* et Wood Screws Used.
It has been estimated that 4,708.000,
000' wood screws are used in the
United States each year. .
Shoes Are Better
Why! Because they are made of the
best leather, and over the best titting
lasts. The method used in lasting
ou; Shoes, causes them to retain their
shape through long and hard, service.
We have th? largest stock and a
greater v?riety bf Styles in womens'
Footwear this season than ever be
fore^-Come in and see them.
$t.50, $2.00, $2.5Q, $3.00, $3-50,
$4.00, $4.50 and *S.OO.
Get 'em at Thomp- v
son's and Save the
Toe' One-Price Shoe Store.
We Sell for Cash Only.
HAR! COUNTY'S FAIR I
THIRD /ANNUAL EVENT j
Splendid Exhibits in AU Depart
ments to Make Fair the Best
Association Has Yet Held.
(Bj a Sinn' Correspondent.)
HARTWELL, Cia., Nov. 4.-(Spe
cial).-The second day ot Hart coun
ty third annual fair abHolutcly dem
onstrated beyond a doubt that thin
fair is thc biggest success the county
has over scored. More people are at
tending, more interest is being shown,
und the exhibits arc more numerous
und better than, they have ever been
While Tuesday was a big day. be
cause of thc fact that it wu* "Educa
tional Dny" the really big day of fair
week will come tomorrow and Hart
well is preparing to entertain hun
dreds of visitors. This will be "Live
stock Day" and already the 40 stalls
for animals have been filled with
pure bred. Hart county raised horses,
and numerous other animal* ara
hitched on tho outside. At least 0(1
and possibly 75 horses will bu exhib
Too much can not bc said about
tho agricultural exhibits sent tc. the
fair. They are pronounced by hun
dreds of visitors to be the best ot any
shown'at any county fair in Croigta
and visitors from South Carolina say
that they ure equnlly us good, if not
better, than the agricultural products,
displayed at the various county fairs
In the Palmetto State.
Of decided interest ls tho main
building of the fair association.
Wherein ls found almost every pro
duct raised In Georgia. Ot especia!
interest ls. .tho display furnished..by
the Nubsrg community. Tblo outer
prising section sent a corn display to
the fair and in this exhibit com is
shown from thc timo lt ripens until lt
has been made into every conceivable
Shape and 'form. A complot-) ' corn
lill, constructed entirely of corn, is
to be found befe, whiin thc arrange-*
ment of. corn meal, eora on thc cob,
shock mat rf, and o thor objects ms do
from corn, absolutely defy descrip
tion. So far as caa be seen the only
thing the Nuberg community neglect
ed to Include in its exhibit was a
quart of "mountain dew."
Apples, potatoes, cotton, syrup,
watermelons, peaches, ' oranges, all
these are on display at the fair in
lavery imaginable'shane and form and
thoy are arranged in tasty and attrac-*
\The Cedar Creek exhibit ls another
feature of the fair.: Here' may be
found home raised oranges, grown in
the Cedar Creek section, together
with other delicious fruits and pro
ducts. A Jug, made from Georgia
clay, in the year 1863, is an interest
ing part of the Cedar Creek exhibit.
One of the most interesting features
of the. fair Is that part, devoted to the
stria' cauning club. One Hart county
3irl made 4,000 pounds of tomatoes off
one-tenth an acre of ground this year
and many of her tomatoes are on dis
The quilts, carpets, fancy work and
numerous household articles hoing
displayed all show that Georgia wo
men and the ramon of -Hart county
excel In handiwork with the needle.
The exhibit devoted to the -public
Schools of Hart county reflect great
credit upon the Rural School 1m
orovemont association of that county.
The exhibit shows samples Of work
done ! by the students of tho public
schools during tho months of Septem
ber and Octobr and excites . wonder
from all the, visitors.
The flower department of tho fair
haa - probably attracted the attention
ot more- visitors than any. other part
of the. fair. ? Enormous chrysanthe
mums- of every -hu?.- and shade are
being displayed vhlle the potted
plants and cut flowers are absolutely
beautiful.' < > '
The livestock department ls Inter
esting. ? Blooded animals from all
parts of the county are oh exhibit and
the one thing necessary to' place, the
finishing touch on this department ls
tied by a chain to a dry gooda box
a typical Georgia, "houn" dog. The
One ?toga, poultry and horses.exhibit
ed an1 equally as good as may be
found in any of the Southern'States..
three years cid, nevertheless it ranks
well up with any fair. M. W. Nor
man is president of the association
and T. B. Thornton 1B secretary and
to these two gentlemen much of the
credit for the success of the fair ls
due. They have spared uo pains in
making it a success.
The fair began last Tuesday with
"Educational Day" at which time over
1,809 school children attended andi
helped to swell the day's attendance
to over 4,000 people. The fair con
tinued ?.ll day today and will go
through tomorrow and Friday:
Many Anderson people are present
and it ii believed that numerous:
other visitors will como from the j
Carolina side of the river .for' the last1
two days of the event.
British Government Will Give Re
port Why Red Star loner ia
(By Asaocated Press.)
AMSTERDAM, Via London, Nov. 3.
-Tpc norlin VoBsische Zeitung says
it learns from James W. Gerard',
American ambassador to Germany,
that not only will the exportation of
German chemicals to America soon be
generally agreed to but also the im
portation of American cotton to Eu
rope in ships Hying the American
The American government has re
ceived assurances from the British
government. Bays the paper, that
American ships carrying cotton will
not be prevented from running into
Gorman ports. The Gorman govern
ment has promised'Ambassador Ger
ard that American cotton nhipB bound
for Russian ports will not bo molest
Neutral Ships Can
Enter German Ports
(By Associated Press.)
WASHINGTON, Nov. 3.-As inter
preted at the State department, the
British government's notice that the
North Sea had become a field of mili
tary operations'doe's not mean that
American aid other'neutral ships are
forbidden to enter those daters. It is
viewed simply as a war nine that ships
entering the North Sea do co at their
The offer to provide pilots and' sail
ing directions for such neutral ves
sels as care to pass through the Eng
lish Channel is not regarded as man
dato, but rather as a caution' to neu
The British government bas prom
ised' to supply the State department
with a full report upon the conditions
under which the Red.liner Kroouland
is detained at Gibraltar,: and, the de
pertinent will await the. receipt -ot this
report bsfore lt. decides ,to follow np
ita original protest, ogp inst tho deten
tion of the ship. This .ts Irrespective
of the proceedings oj^the prizt; court,
to which the British -authorities have
referred the cnae v>f the^Kroonland.
Repubican in Tenth
' ASHEVILLE. N. q.^Nov.',4.-While
the official count may trinke slight
changes in . the slt?yoj- his majority,
James' J. Britt, ih^Jftepnbliciua-Pro
gressive nominee for'congress in the
tenth district, has defeated his ' Dem
ocratic opponent, James M. Gudger,
Jr., the present congressman by at
least five hundred Votes. Mr. Gudger
carried but four of the 13 counties in
. :. >- ' ? '? '
ST. PAUL, Minn..^Nov. 4.-rElgbt
Republican's, one Democrat, and one
Progressive constitute Minnesota's
congressional .representation elected
yesterday, accordingvg}-'-returns to
night. .'? ??
Governor-elect W.^$?''. Hammond,
Democrat, was" given "? plurality of
20,000 over his Republican ooponcnt,
W. F; Lee; W\
-^-' ..st'. 1*1
War or Peace. *
CHICAGO. - Nov.: ???.American
league owners, at a. special meeting
here tomorrow, probably will cast
their votes for war&fj. peace iii tho
baseball world. Negotiations with
tho Federal league are known to have
been carried to an extent which re
quires only sonction of. the rulers ot
the game to bring pw y: ' :
PAYS ?l? CITY
SAYS HE WILL OFFER $100
REWARD FOR HIS APPRE
Several Other? Cases Stated for
Today-Some New Cases
(From Thursday's Daily.
Having failed to appear for tria?
yesterday morning. Mr. 8. W. WllH
fuid, bondsman for Louis Myers, de
fendant in seven of the liquor eases
in the. recorder's court, paid into the
city treasury of the city of Anderson
the sum of $600. Mr. Wililford says
that bc will offer a reward of $100
for . the apprehension of Myer.? and
that be will do everything possible
to brin? ulm back to Andersen. So
far as tho city ls concerned these
cases have been settled and Mr. Wil
ilford can only took to Myers for the
recovery of the amount of the bond
paid out for him.
Myers was arrested on seven
charges, and the city attorney an
nounced yesterday that there are yet
eeveral warrante against him which
have not been served. The idea of
going ahead ar.d trying Myers even
after his bond has been paid is to
get the records complete now.
. . The Afternoon Session. . .
- At the afternoon session of the re
corder's court yesterday City Attor
ney Sullivan announced that he had
dismissed one or the four remaining
cases of the city vs. Louis rt. Myers;
thus leaving for trial on?;- three cases,
all of a similar character and charg
ing thc defendant willi keeping and
maintaining a place in which alco
holic liquors and beverages were re
ceived and kept.for sale.
Thc case dismissed was: the one in
tho warrant of which the defendant
was charged, substantially, with keep
ing a place where people resorted for
the purpose of drinking alcoholic In
toxicating liquors, wines or beers,
malted, brewed or of vinuous charac
ter. Attorney Sullivan gave as hi?
reason for the dismissal of this case,
that he did not wish to embarrass a
number, of young men in the city who
had been in .the habit ot resorting, to
Myers' club, by summoning'them as
witnesses. This has been in line with
Mr. Sullivan's lenient desire to be as
reasonable as possible with all, and
to make otit the city's cases with
the least possible. embarrassment to
any persons who j might consider' go
lng into one of ?heso places- a moral
Th? three remaining cases while in
effect were tried together were -itt
reality so tar as the record will show,
tried separately and distinct, a sep
arate record of each case being order
ed on each warrant
Mr. Dagnall demurred to the juris
diction of the court in each of the
three cases, as he has previously
done, claiming that W. H. Frlerson,
Esq,, and not lion. D. G. Russell. 1B
tho proper qualified recorder;-he al
so Interposed' picas of former jeo
pardy "as heretofore, except that - he
made his pica stronger than he has
heretofore - done, since he claims that
.lt takes a continuity of offenses in
order to create the legal - crime of
nuisance, that bein?; an essential in
gredient of the crlmo ot keeping a
place where liquors are. atorad?, etc.;.
ld other words that there would have
to be a, se'rioB- M* "oSsnsca. in order to
constitute. the crime, and. that being
so that all of tho offenses so consti
tuting the crime would be but a sin
gle offense. AU of tho various acts
being merged, into the one! .l?gal
.crime. He challenged the. city attor
ney to produce a single Case Ia cen
tro ver'tion of this, and the city attor
ney accepted the challenge and cited
a case to the court wherein a simi
lar state of facts had existed with
regard to a doctor practicing hts,.pro
fession in this, State under similar
circumstances, and In which, case' the
supreme court held 'that moro than
one crime had been committed even
though the periods of the two crimea
overlapped each other.
The court overruled Mr. Dagnall's
contention; and the cases went to
trial without a Jury, each side agroe
?Ag v. accept, testimony , heretofore
placed on record by the 'reporter,
with certain specified changea agreed
to. The defendant was convicted In
L. N. !?:litrealn, Mgr.
$3.98 up to $15.00.
You can save $1.00 to
$5.00 on a suit here.
Best suit $1,50 to $4.98.
$1.25 Jeans Pants $1*00
Men's Hats, 50c to $3.48
Children's Coats $1.50.
$1.75, $1.98 and up.
Ladies'* long coats $3.98,
$4.48, $4.98, $5.48,
$5.98 and up.
?Ladies' skirts $1.98,
$2.50, $2.98 and up to
J. C. Bur
Save Your Cash Checks
> ? Get Ticke
all throe cases. Thus ended the My
ers trial. f ? ? ?
There aro yet several liquor cases,
td be disposed of in the recorder's
court Tho. following trials have' been
sot for today:.
9:30 a. m. Marlon Eskew, aiding,
assisting and abetting in keeping a
place where liquors aro KO ld. . , i
10:30 a. m. Claude Breaseale, aid-1
lng, assisting and abetting in keeping
a place where liquors ar? sold..
C. Cv Rhonda-^ entered a plea of
guilty to a similar charts?.
. The caso against. John Ricks, color
ed, for transporting, has been mark
ed continued for the present.
Tbero are some cases ' developing
pow, and it is likely that other war
rants will bs served: The city le
anxious to complete toe trials ot all
the cases worked up by the detec
tives so that they can return to At
The work' of tho detectives of the
Thiel Service, company has been thor
ough. 1 They have worked up their
cc B so complete that not One ver
dict ot not guilty has been .returned
so ?arv This is a new record in the
city of Anderson.
'INDIANAPOLIS, Ind!, Nov? 4.-with.:
two-thirds of the vote tabulated. Sen
ator B. P. Shlvely, Democrat, has 33,
000 plurality over Hugh Miller, Repub
lican, and it ID believed the lead will
be maintained through the State.
Shivoly's return to the. Senate seems
certain. The State Democratic ticket
seemB assured Ot j election 'by 80j0Q0
plurality. '. .:<> =
Watch This Store
Days Each Week
Read Our Low
3 boxes Searchlight
8 packs best soda 25c.
7 bars Goldband Soap
75c bundles cloth, our
Good Outing 5c.
Good puting 8 1-3 c.
Best outing 10c.
Apron checks 5c.
Good bleaching 5, 8 1-2
?-i-riMi.u.i I I i j i ?II*
Ladies & Misses Hats.
50c, 75c, 98c, $1.25,
$1.48, $1.75, $1.98 and
We save you 50c to
1.00 on each hat. Don't
i fail to see our hats.
ns & Co.
With Each Purchase and
ts Free. > ..
Boston and New Ensbuid Bankets
Will Bo Asked to Subscribe to
th? Loan plan. 7
(By Associated. Presa)
WASHINGTON. NOV. 3.-Direct ap
peal for subscriptions to the proposed
$135.000,000 cotton loan, will be made
to Boston and New England bandera
by W. P. a. Harding, member of the
federal reserve board, in active charge
of th? fond. Mr. Harding and Gover
nor Hamlin, ot the board, were in
Boston today endeavoring, to interest
New England bankers.
Those bankers are said to look updn
the plan: as peculiarly designed to
help only the South and to feel that
. lt 1B their duty primarily tb cara tor
the cotton manufacturers of their sec
tion whose " interests. "m?y : not be
along the line of maintaining the price
of raw cotton.
Mr. Harding, however, was said to
be confident that his mission would ;
meet with succ?s*,-!^
Reporti?vfronv other ; sections . of the
country to date:ab^ fluit the. alan ia
being approved by bankers ead busi
ness m^nvlj^amberaiof the fedsrai.ra
oerve board here look upon;the pro
posed aid cotton pr?d^ar^aa a
matter, which concerns the ( whole,
country and bope that action will be
taken In New.Bmglaad.. ;
I THE GREAT SALE CONTINUES WITH AN ADDI???NAL FEATORE "^^ff
I tl IP8 Buys Values WC M I til-98 Buys Vaiv??$ *1?7.50 ?lCOff li
m . $ i Im . Vp To , - y?d-* J FromV ^ TOWJ35- i
I jf??S^u?^ ?ire?? In this city who wea/ our custom tailored ?armenia. * ??. ?e!a- je=r st?^s, ft ISgElN ~ *W roer oner it ^ee. ^5*!?^ IB
?I -T^S^Mm^ io ine PT??1? W? pro?od to us beyond a doubt, thot you ne dotbes, well made rloU?viin<?#** mast tore them at the price of 6 cent cotton, aa* feat te what ^v^^?mrva. W*an? t?w letSJhLvi?S 11