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For Vacancy at Annapolis Was
Held in Columbia
Sixteen young men from various
parts of South Carolina contested in
Columbia Friday - for appointment by
Senator E. D. Smith to the vacancy
at large In the United States naval
academy. The "examination was held
at the University of South Carolina.
ThoBe who stood , the examination
are aa follows : . . , I
A. B. Alexahuer,1 Spartanburg; W.
W. Martin, Blackville; Samuel B. Ray,
Denmark; J. W. Folk, Bamberg; W.
R.. Cothrau, Jr., Greenwood; J. A.
Mood, Jr.', Summer ton; W. M. Black
well. Marlon; J. L. Wyatt, Easley; W.
A. Rice, Union; C. ?. Qulrolla, Char
leston ; D. G.Lenolr, Horatio; C. T.
Hunter, Trenton; George Carrington,
Spartanburg; J. W. Conyers, Tim
monsville; L. C. Boineau, Charleston;
W. L. Law, Jr., Rock Hill.
From among these a principal and
two alternates will be named by Sen
otar Smith. To judge from the inter
est . In the, contest, as evidenced by
the unusually large number In at
tendance upon the examination. It 1b
thought that the Stato will be. repre
sent when the decision' 1b ' made.
Although the young men have had to
submit physicians' certificates as to
their health and fitless before com
peting, tho winner, or his alternate
It he fail, must stand another exam
ination before entering upon the llfs
of a midshipman in the academy at
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o CHEDDAR NEWS. o
Thanksgiving passed very.Quietly.ln'
Cheddar. A few visitors were j here
and most of the men spent the day.
Mrs... Bel!, -of TAntroviile, . who j has
been visiting relatives here, la now
quite 111 with pneumonia at the home
of ;her daughter, - Mrs; Allen Mnhaf
Misses Mamie, Helen and Josephine
Price, of Greenville .spent Thanksgiv
ing Day with their sister, Mrs. Curtis
. Miss Lucy Kelly visited relatives in
Polzer Thursday and Friday.
Miss Gtrtrudo Cllnkscales visited
home-folks near Bethany Wednesday
niKhi and Thursday. .
Mrs. Henry Smith, of Greenville,
Mrs Wilson, of Antreville, Mrs. Sam
King, of Anderson, and Mr. Win Bell,
of Antreville. have hoon called tc the
bedside of their mother, Mrs. Bell;
Mr. and Mrs. Dock Ellison aud chil
dren: spent'Thursday, at the home of
Mr, and Mrs. R. T. Kelly.
Claud?, the little two and-a-halt
year-old child of Mr. and Mrs. Sanford
Cooley, was badly burned on Wednes
day afternoon. While playing too aedr
a pot of boiling fvater it was.overturn
ed and the little fellow recejyed some
painful injuries., Dr*, j Haynlo and
Tode,.ot?BeUon^iWere quickly called
adddid bil< they .-could to ;relieve tho
child's suffering-- \ .
-Batik-, In Washington.,
' WASHINGTON. Nor., 28.?President
Wllsoa^t^s^Jhjw? ;. early^ today'
from l^Blamstoi^ Masa., where he
spent ThanksgivinV day With his
daughter, Mrs. F.*B. 8ayrc, He drove !
Majority of Firknda TKoagfat MrV
...J&jjf* HB? to
$ than this pSace, Mr. A. j.Hughes
writes aa follows s : "1 was down with
atomach froubie for flva (5) yeatsy and
would have sick headache so tad, ai
times, that 1 thought cutely I would ?e.
? h^ ??ttwt fr^eats. but they
V<M^tas%??es?L lo ?5o me any ?O?dL..
j got so bad, I could not cat or.&leep,
and all in> Wends, caccpi one,j
wo^,4*.v- Mal advUed mo to
Tbwifonl'a ?la?k-Drpuah^ sud
o BELTON SOCIETY.' o
BELTON, Nov. 29.?Quite a number
of relatives and intimate and well
wishing friends gathered at tho beau
tiful country home of Capt. and Mrs.
J. S. Erskine three miles west of
town Thursday afternoon to witness
the marriage or their daughter. Ber
tha, to Rev. Henry S!uytcrr; As tho
4 o'clock chimes mingled their echo
with the bright autumn sunshine
without the guests assembled from
lawn and porches loto the spacious
parlor which had been transformed
into a bower of. pleasing beauty - of
white. and green, with potted plants
and trailing vines drooping with
graceful effectB. To the accompani
ment of Mrs. R. L. Parker on the
piano Miss Grace Campbell sang
beautifully. Then with fairy like
change the magic notes, of Mendel
Bsohn's wedding mnroh announced the
approach of the little flower girlB
dressed in lace frocks carrying bas
kets of chrysanthemums of the sea
son'o choicest offering, followed by
Master James Singleton, nephew of
the bride, bearing the ring in the pet
als of a carnation, and Just in the
rear came the bride and groom who
paused in an improvised alcove pf
flowering plants, surmounted In the
background.' with a pyramid of .soft
glowing candles, where Dr. Jno. G.
Law of Walhalla, pronounced the Im
pressive Presbyterian ceremony unit
ing their lives. The bride was. be
comingly attired la a handsome prune
chiffon broadcloth coat suit with.bat
and gloves to match and bure a bou
quet of carnations
Following the ceremony they board
ed the Blue Ridge train just in front
of the. home amid showers of rice and
congratulations, and. began their
journey to Covlngton, Kentucky,
where they will be domiciled in-the
manse of- the Presbyterian, church of
which Rev. Sluyter - Is pastor,
l. The swe?t' .ohecrfol and even dis
position of the bride,' Gib deep inter
est she has ever shown in church
Work, rare qualities and virtuous* at
tainments peculiarly fit her for a
minister's wife, and the benediction of
scores of warm friends follow her In
her new home. The. groom is one of
the leading ministers - of the Ken
tucky synod and a much beloved pas
tor of the church, which he supplies.
The high regard In which tho couple
are held , was silently attested in the
gorgeous array of handsome and val
uable presents ' of which they were
BELTON, Nov. 23.?Mrs. John M
Geer spent Friday in Belton tho
guest of Mrs. H. M. Geer.
Miss Miriam Lee of Anderson spent
the Thanksgiving holidays in Belton
the guest of her father, Mr. W. Bl Lee.
on River street. Miss Lee had as her
guests while here . Misses Eva Tria
ble and Nell Barton , two of Ander
son's most popular young ladies.
They have visited Reit on before and
are always welcon i here.. ^ ' >
' Miss Nannette Campbell is spending
the week-end in Grenville, the guest
of her friend, Misa Luoile CalmeB.
Mrs. W. C. Hearln is spending tho
holidays with her parents In Green
Master Gordon Sherard is spending
the week-end In Greenville, the guest
Dr. an d Mrs. J. E. Harper spent
Thanksgiving dsy In Greenville with
taking other; medicines. ' I decided to
take his advice, alxhoiigh I did not have
any confidence M it.
/1 have now been taking BMck-Dfaught
for three months, and it has euren1 ravs?
haven't had those awful skip headaches |
since I began using it.
Draught has done W^j?.*'
TKedtord'a Black-Draught. has. beea
found g V2ty valuable awdiclne for de
is cwnposed of pure, vegeteMe herbs,
contains co dangerous ing???leafs, aud
ifcts gently, jet aurely. . It can b? freely
used by young and old, and ahouWi be
kepi In every family chest.
?et a package today.
Only a quarter. .
Ancient Wall for Defei
This is the ancient wall of the
which the Turks hope will hold 1
battleships if they succeed in e
wall has been built for many h
their native shape and mortar a
since modern' cement of fifty fei
to bits by the artillery used in 1
last long against the Russian, B
eithes pass the Bosporus or th<
Kiev, and Mrs. J.' Iceland Vase.
Mr. Lj X. Werts and Max Rice were I
visitors' to Williamston. Thursday-'
Misses Marguerite Adams and Bess,
Allen spent the Thanksgiving' holl-i
days Greenville, guests ; ?? MiBSC.s
Maryland Jennie Allen. J
MisS. Siio Covin?ton spent Vhe lioll- j
days.. with her parents, Rev. and Mrs. '
J. E. Covington. In .Greenville. < |
Mr. and "Mr*. Ola Key and, Mr.'and
Mrs. Austin Campbell spent Thanks-'
giving day in Hon?a. .Path with'
friends'. ' ' .
Mrs. '-Joel Kay and children were -
tho guests of relatives in Honea Path
MIbs t?til? King, who has been qu<to
a popular guest of Mrs. H. M. Goer,
tor several months, returned to her
home in Florida Friday. Misa King
made scores of friends while .here
and ' U? ay will look forward to ner
coming back again With pleasure: j
Miss Stella Law ton spent Th?rs-!
clay in Selten.
Misa Lillian Shirley visited rela
tives near Anderson during the holi
days. " N
Miss- Claudine Skelton visited
Brownlee, S. C, for the holidays. She
was 'bridesmaid dn Thursday night
for her friend, Miss Elise Brownlee.
who was married to Mr. J. A. Sharp.
t Miss' Ruby Wllllford went to Clov
er. 9. C, to spend- the holidays with
Mr. H. Held ' Sher?rd and Master
R?ld, Jr., have returned from a visit
to relatives in Iva.
Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Stringer had fas
their: guests for Thanksgiving day
Mrs.' A. n. Campbell, Mr. and Mrs.
Joel T. Eiice, Mr. E. B.1 Rice and MIbs
Leda Poore. - . :
' Mr. and Mrs. . Chas. M. Brown and
rh11 dro n, Mrs. ! Ida Brown and Mrs. H.
Re id Sherard and children were the
guests of Mrs. Alice B. Lotiraer, on
ThnnkB?lvln? day. 1 V "
Miss Nannetto Campbell Bpent part
of Tuesday in Anderson,
j M^W*H;'Trmnhiell.Bpont Friday
hksV^rtSsi- ChBe's and .tf?r friends,
Mrs. Falles and Miss ? Vertf?ir?^ tf??*1
ran of Anderson, were tho guests of
Mrs. W. H. Trammell for Thanksgiv
lag."'"''' - ? a?n->? *
Mr. and.MV?TW. C. Brown have as
their guests for Thanksgiving day iSt.
and Mrs. J. T, West," AAha Dean" ahu
MloRO? Nunr.io and Bessie Wilson
entertained some of their friends at
a delightful Thanksgiving dinner par
ry.' ThoVgjtests Were:. Misses' Mary
ClIrAsfcalCB, Jennie Cos, Varinn Mc
Daulol, Blanche and May Pinson.
" Mr. ?WI Mrs; Will C. CUnkscalcs
and famT<y aro the guest* of Dr. and
Un. 9, F. ?bJrleyjn Hone* Path to
ise of Constantinople.
water front of Constantinople
them safe against the attack of
intering the Bosporus. The
?ndred years. Stones in
vere the material used. But
?t in thickness has been blown
this war the old wall may not
British, or French fleets should
day. **ftd vi
Mrs: J. W. Washington entertained
la a delightfully 'informal way on
Thursday evening in honor of her
giiests. Misses.'Hall' and Ida May!
Crenah?w of Pelzcr\ Merry . games ;
and delightful music by MIbb Grace
Campbell passed the hours away all
too quickly. A delicious sweet course
was served. The following guests
were present: MIbsbs Hall, Ida May
Crenshaw, Polllo Wright, Lottie
Wright, Nanette Campbell, Mattle
Vandiver, Grace and Louise Campbell.
Messrs. Louis Seel, Ethan Frierson,
Walter Cox, Lewis Cox. Gilbert Camp
bell and Jones . Washington of Pol
Mrs. W. R. Haynie and children mo
tored down to Duo Westjgfcjday. .to
upend the day with relatives.
MISs KathrVn Woodside of Green
ville will spend -next week-end with
her sister, Mrs: E.' C. ?Fri&rson, . in
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Brown and fam
ily-and Mr. A. G. Cutbbert are spend
ing today With Mr. arid Mrs. J. T.
. Mrs. Jf?v S.' Fj?pt entertained In, a
most delightful rwaV oh Friday hfter
noon at her'beautiful little home on
River street in honpr. of her sister.
Miss Edith Foster of Abbeville. Mrs.
Fant's home was so bright and cherry
in its Christmas decorations of holly
and red. Pot plants added to th?
bright effect too and the lights with
their red shaded 'gave a beautiful mel
log glow to the ?oene.
' /The'guests were met at the door
by Mrs. E. C. Frierson and Mrs. A. W.
Boggs. They were shown into the
parlor when* they'.were presented
th?! hostess-und her sister, Miss Fos
ter. After' a Short while had been
pleasantly spent ^ftt Conversation, pa
pers and pcncilu were passed around
ah'd (the gu?sts ''?ereT requested' to
'artier:>the'*.Queljtiehs' on the'papers.
O'.e side contained questions relating
U, the Pilgrim ship" and the other
mdo vNuts. to eraek.'*
', ' After these - we're all. answered Mrs.
B^^'Frierspn' and Mrs. A. W. Boggs
invited -the-guests"'into-",the dining
to?hs where .'a -WmWrijf'salkd course
was^felfv?o"^ *m??'faii\(!>W" Ltewts
poured -coffeea?d Mrs/ W. F. Mat tison
fP&;4attta' aUtf* ?crysmnse<r!>'gWa-eV
, After everyone had bee ; served they
r^ll gathered together in parlor to
<m?#*-'the decision of the.' '.,es In the
guessing contest. In a v 4 y charac
teristic manner Mrs, fU Luther PSrk
er presetted the prfie, a lovely bas
ket of nuts, to Mrs. J. T. West, who
had been ; fortunate enough to answer
the largest number of questions cor
reetly. Mrs. Wext nrisonted the pris?
to the < 'aar m ing honpr guos' and then
goodbyei were said and a delightful I
party h^Vt-ome to an end,
4,. . - ~* ' >
Thoso .who were present on' thts
nleasnnt occasion were: Mesdames J.
Clyde Green, ' Claude A." Graves, J.' C*
Adams, G. D. Smith, Harold Breas
eale, Jessie - Lewis, Ross , Mitchell,
Chas. Horton, Joel Kay, Prank Mat
tison, Ola Kay, M. J. Cunningham; W.
D. Cox. W. B. Greer, W. RV Stringer,
c: G. Todd, E. ' C. Frlorson, A. Vf,
Boggs, W. C. Bo wen, J. B. Adger, It.
L. Parker, J. A. Singleton-and Misses
Ersk I no. Lu la Terry, Mat tie Vandlver,
Nannette Campbell, Eva "' Stringer,
Rt)8a, Nickles, Allie Gruber and Geor
gia Fant. ' . '
Mrs. W. F. Mattison had as her
guests for Thanksgiving dny Mr. and
M Vs. W. E. Greer, Masters Fred and
Walter and Mr. and Mrs.. W. p. Cox.
Miss Eva * Stringer spent'part- of
Friday in Anderson, ">'
Miss Julia Blake, who is attending
?onverj? College, spent Thanksgiving
at her home in Bfelton. ' She was ac
companied by her friends, . Misses.
Fa!tli, Simpson, Glass and Scales. Miss
Blake entertained for bef guests on
Wednesday' evening at ' a beautiful
tea party. Covers were lild for "12
and Mr. L. D. Blake presided .in bis
usual charming manner, making all
tho guests feel happy and at' home.
Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. L.
D. Blake, Misses Julia Blak? Faith,
Simpson, Glass and Scales ' cud
Messrs. . Lu. A. Werts,, Max RIce. Bla'r
Rice, Ethan Frlerson and Louie ?c?i.
Miss Blake and ' her guest* return
ed to Spartanhurg Thursday evening.
Cotton Millin the
Hands of Receiver
CHaTvLITSTON. G. C, N0V."2?.--B.
F. Verdcry. of Augusta, cn., and B. II.
Moss.of Orangeburg, S. C, .were toddy'
appointed temporary receivers for the
Orangeburg Manufacturing Company,
a cotton' manufacturing concern of
Orangoburg, 8. C. by United States
Judge Smith. Application for the ap
pointment - of receivers was made In
tho f?d?rai district ccurt h?re by the
Citizens And Fouthern^.Bank of Sa
vannah, Co., which alleged that' the
milling company is Iniolvent and sued
to'.recdver. on a nota for $26,000. The
complaint allegesdiabiUtles of approx
imatelyf $200,u00 wlttiJe&els ndt'"esU-'
mated. . Judge- Smith Set' Befc?mber 14
for a hearing on continuation of the
* Herses, for the Arm le g.
New Orleans. Nov. 27^ The British
steamers /Rowanmdre and Ac Ian
which cleared from ber? today car
ri?d 2,444 horses uald- to bo, for the
use of the British and French armies,
In addition to large cargoes of cctfo.1t
and^graln., The> Romanmore. cleared
tor Bordeaus; and the Asian for^Ulr
erpool via Aronmouth, ; . ;. '
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? SENECA. ' o
uoooooooooo o o o O 0 0 O i)
On Tuesday afternoon Misa Luclle
Hamilton entertained at a MIbcoI
lenous shower in honor of Miss Mar
After arrival of tho guest they were
asked to write their ideas of marriage.
Mrs. W. J. Holoway won the prlzo
which she graciously presented to c
MIsb Adams. Tho guest prize was a t]
liandsome hand-crocheted table run
ner. ^Tho guest were then Invited tho
dining rooms which was tastefully
decorated with fcrnB, numerous pink
candles being used, whero a dolight
ful three course luncheon was serv
ed. by Misses Francis Hamilton and
As the strains of tho wedding march
< were heard the guest returned to the
parlor in the center of which stood a
.large pink basket filled wlth numer
ous dainty and useful gifts. -
Went best wishes for the bride and
farewell to tho nostess tho guest de
parted at a late hour.'
Those present were: MIbbcs Adams,
Jennings, Hunter, Morrison, Keid,
Moore, Sleigh, Korma end Sue Gigntl
Halt, Etta and Robs Clarkson, Har
per U a In hi n, Mesdames Livingston,
Loylo, Lowry. Halloway, Marlett,
She lor, Harper. Smith and Strlbbllng
On Saturday morning MIsb Norms
Qigllliat entertained in honor of MIbb
-On next Tuesday Mrs. J. L. Merrett
Will bo hostess to the once-a-week
club and a few parties are being plan
nod for the. ChristmoB holidays and
the Hunter-Jones wedding which is Vo
take place the 12th of January.
Rov, Hi i'v Wallace and family, and
Miss Gusslo Cunningham spent Thurs
day, night and Friday with Mrs. Wa|:
lace's mother,,Mra. V. C. Shcrard, near
Iva,, making - tho trip in their auto
mobile.,, , . ... >, - . , ; i > . | , .
Mr. Hugh P* Holcmap and Mrs.,
.riediat Coynol|pl..-Gaui last Wedaesdsyt;
and 'Will be. at home to their friends
after .the*'.first'of the month at the T.!
s, Strtbling hpuse on Fair Play Btreot.
The Thanksgiving services at the
Baptist.church were well attended. -,
; Jttrs., W.' T. Hubbard recently en
tortnlned the. George Creek, . school
girls at her handsome country home
near her, in their, annual reunion.
Those present" v'ere Mrs. E. R. Gresh
am, Spartanburg; Mrs. Dupr?, Ow- -.
Ings; Mrs.-John L. Smith. Bounty <l
Land; Mrs. Gretia Knox, Senoca; Mru.
L. M. B?rry, Richland, and Misses Bet
tie and Mary McMahan, Easley.
These ladies spent the day .and'
night with their hostess and. had a
merry time recalling their--girlhood
experience and talking over old times.
. Mrs. S. B. King entertained at six
o'clock dinner, at her. beautiful coun
try homo near here one day last week,
in honor of her son. Chester King.
Many were th? good things to eat
spread upon.'her Bpacious ] tableland
every one enjoyed It to'the fullest
After dinner games were played for
awhile, when tho guests wore again
invited to the. dining room to cut the
fortune cakol This afforded much mer
riment. Tho ring and money were eas
ily found, but no oho cut tho but
ton, so there will be n o "old maid a"
in that crowd. ' 1
: j -- ' -
Will Protect Cuban Citizens.
. <By Anociated Prora.?
HAVANA, Nov. 27.-,The Cuban flag-.
Ship Cuba sailed today for Vera Crus
under instructions to protact Cuban
citizens there and to repatriate all
Who desire, to return to Cuba.
The special departm
lege can enroll a few moi
lege invites the ladies of
to take advantage of this
Prof, arid Mrs. Goode
Whether you conte:
study of any of these stu
glad to have yo? viait th
work that i? feing done.
DR. JAS. P.
X Four Per Cent Will Be Paid
by Jackson Mill at
Reolcction of all officers and diroc
ora and the declaring of a dividend
if 4 per cent, pt.>aMe December 31,
van tho result of tho unnuul meeting
csterday morning at (he Hotel Chi
luola of the stockholders of the Jack
ion Mills, of Iva.
Among the out of town officials who
ittended the meeting were: James EL
ditchell, of Boston; Jamosfi. Mitchell,
rr., \>f Philadelphia;, .Alfred Moore, of
Ireenvlllc; T. C. Jackson of Iva and
3. B. AnderBon^of,IV?.
WILLIAMSTOWN Mass., Nov. 27.?
President Wilson brought' his Thanks
giving visit here to a close today,
leaving in timo to reach-Washington
?t 9:30 o'clock tomorrow morning.
As soon as ho arrlven, Mr. Wilson
will plunge into work, completing his
message to congress and conferring,
with congressional leaders on the leg
islative program. 1
INSURE YOUR, PROPERTY.," WITH
\j AN?ECO, :.: I
Who ate carrying o?er million
and a halt dollars on Anderson coun
ty property. I ( ; 'J ;
Thtf cost" is 6nlj per' $1,000.
No annual does. .-. :
^d !* icsvc jr^:^:^f:H
??de mure than ,ono assessment per
-yearl . .!.-. !' ?
"For." farther Infor mat Ion see" m
wrtte-^. [ .....
i J. J. SMITH, President
, ... J. n.^JOH, Secretary^
Change In Location
I am now locate! tver W.
A.. Power's grocery'^tore at
212 1-2 S. Main Street. I
thank my friends tor their
past patronage; and ask con
tinuance, of same,
I make plate-'at- $6.59
I make sold croyvns at$4.00
Silver fillings, 50c and up. .
Gold filling* $1.00 ana up
Painless attracting 40^.
1 make'? ;spetl?lty-of
I treating PyorrlieV f ?irto
' laris of the ; gums , and all
crown and wd&e W?fk and
AU workguaranteflftr first
: ClaSSi' <i-*ii " .* ' ' '
S. G. BRW C E
~\i. m c*f
' . .. . 1 _^e?
ents of Ander^r^?oi
ee pupils,. and^'Col*
Anderson and vicinity
i opportunity^ ,
..1; .r- -'t. ,
?-' - ' ?nt^-v
' Miss n^ths^ur
mplate taking up the
dies or not, weN$lU#"
e College and see the