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TRYING TO GET
Expert Engineer Wanted to Pa
role Highway to the Mountains
Through This County
.An ?'frort IH now behiK made by K.
J. Willson, commissioner of agricul
ture for South Carolina, to secura it
highway expert to patrol Ute moun
tain highway or South Carolina for tin*
Bummer months. This highway runa
through Anderton county.
Concerning the effort the state of
rei ' nluy ItUB Die following to tijy:
Today Commissioner Watson of the
Stale department of agriculture will
confer with olllcials of the th? 1'nlted
States Office or public roads and will
try to secure the services of un cx
p ri engineer to patrol the line from
i'olmulila to Newberry, laurens, An
derson and Greenville, during the sum
mer. Thin high-way server as u con
necting link between the Cupltftl-to
Coast highway. The commissioner
win also ask that the road from Co
lumbia to Charlotte and GaBtonia be
placed under the supervision of the
engineers. This is also a connect
In^ link between the two highways
to t>m South.
Tho commissioner will present the
national goqfl roads office with a set
of plciurcs made along the route of
Capital highway through South Car
olina, which .is to be placed under the
superintendence of the engineers.
The maintenance of the highway to
the mountains is considered moat Im
portant, especially in the s* amer
months when the travel is heaviest.
DR. RODGERS WAS
Automobile turned Turtle at
W?llamfiton Saturday, In
juring Three Occupants
Anderson peopl o heard wlthregret
yesterday thal Dr. Floyd I). Rodgers,
a member of. the state board of health
physicians and well known locally,
suffered a severe mishap Saturday,
when hts automobil ? turned turtle
with him tocar Willlamston. At the !
ti .le in tho esr with him were Mrs.
Eft ulgera and Dr. Polk, assistant to
Dr. Rodgers. In rounding sn abrupt
curve Dr. Rodgers lost control of tho
machine .and lt turned turtle, coin?
im !- iiirof um-98 before lt came to a
atop. Dr. Rodgers suffered three brok
en ribs, a dislocate^ collar bone and
severe laceration on his left arra. Dr.
Polk was badly hurt In the head, while j
Mrs. Rodges escaped with merely a
few bruises, about uer face. J
'!>!'. and Mrs. Rodgers were mnrrled I
^Ai'TAIK JBNNT 8. A^
Gold Heal reel drama featuring
Herbert Rawlinson and Hasel Buck
man in one of the strongest photo
plays that has yoi been produced-by
the famous Gold Seal Company. Pull
of excitement, tense momenta and
heart throbs. * ,5 r I
THE TERRIBLE TURK- ' * .
IMP Comedy. "*TT~
Comtn^Jtomorrow "THE MER
CHANT wr VENICE" 4 reel ? Dec isl
taken from Shakespeare's)
novil featuring Phillips Smalley and
Coming, Friday ?TEE ACID TEST?
2 reel Victor with Warren Kerrigan.
THE BEIERT T?BB8MAN
Thanhouflor. Two reels of real j
th ri la '??rt ri^ir.cd ??r.',t?Tucni.
A >?XH JOHNIE
Keystone. A greta comedy featnr-!
lng the famous Keystone "Patty."'
n ! rr E. rt z rr; : V. * ?T?TT . "AM!
Coming tomorrow "MARIO" two]
Mutual Movies Malu HIM Fly.
BATTY RIMAS HONEYMOON -
(le?era). A screaming comedy'. L ?
THE POWER OF HUNT
' \ Paiho-Frerea. A. powerful drama
' In two parts.
BHlNGIXi I P HPBBY
Coming Thursday "THE LOST DLA*
MON?*. .Special a reel natural color
4, Big Reels-?Oc
THE MAN THAT PPT THE MOTH
in BluekHburg utily a fortnight ago anil
had Just r'turned from their honey
moon. The physician is temporarily
located nt ?obevlile, where ho IH do
ing some special work and the trip
which resulted HO disastrously waa to
Blacksoil! r for the weekend. The
machine i 'os practically new. Ur. Bod
ges havng learned to drve lt only a
week ugo. TIIIH is probably the expla
nation of the accident.
Advices froth Abbeville last night
wer-? to the effect that all three of the
Injured peole were dong well and will
soon be recovered.
TO MEET TEACHERS
Ia the Field Agent of State Ia
Rural Improvement Associ*
The teachers ' club of Anderson
county will meet on Suturday, April
11th at the First Baptist Church.
Borne Interesting features have been
The devotional exercises will be con
ducted by Rev. L). W. Dodge of the
l'entrai Presbyterian church.
.Mrs. C. S. Sullivan has been Invited
to sing the two Bongs that she com
posed and that have been published
recently, and she has accepted.
Miss Mary Eva Hit? of Aiken, will
deliver an address.
There will be a duet by Mrs. Claude
Earle and Mrs. Chas. Spearman.
It is reported that Miss Hite ls one
of the leading Women ot her profes
sion. She has been In charge of the
rural schools In the county, invites
Aiken county and-the stat o l?gislature
recently provided 1er her a place? aa
f?late field agent, a work similar to
that of Miss Mary Nance (now Mrs.
.Daniels) who made sUch' headway in
the department a few years ego, Miss
Hite will have a message for all tea
chers. Miss Carlington, supervisor of
ruarl schools in the, county, nvltp?
each rural school improvement e*r,ie
ty in the county to send a delegaron.'
ENGINEER WILL BE
Body of W. E. Williams, Killed In
Wreck Saturday, Waa Taken
W. E. Williams, engineer of a freight
train on the Seaboard Air Une rali
way and killed in a head-on collis
ion Saturday, will be, buried at 10
o'clock'this morning Ih'CeKimbla. Mr.
Williams bad a'daughter lo Anderson,
Miss Margaret Williams, a student at
The body was taken to Columbia
yesterday and he will be furled to
day, the funenal services * being from
Hi? home or hts sister, Mrs. Lambert
at ,1723 Sumter ?treat. The funeral
will be with Masante honors. Mr. Wil
lama being a member of tho Abbeville
Masonic orders at A A. C N; Bf. S.
Me waa also a member ot the Brother
hood of Locomotive Engineer? and was
prominent In fratarnal circles.
e THE INTELLIGENCER o
The Intelligencer publishes today
the regular statement o? ownership
as required by me Federal govern
ment. The government only ?vks that
the management of chis pepe1' give
the names .of those stockholders who j
own more than one per cent of the
paper's stock. The And ,rson Intelli
gencer la strictly complying with the
1 law and In the official statement only
showing the names or those who hold
more than one per cent or the capital
?tock Issued and outstanding. But In
order that the general public may
know exactly who owns the Anderson
Intelligencer, we herewith give an* of
ficiai list of ail the etocsnolders:
J. W. Rothrock, J. WVide Drake, ?
T. W. McCarlsy, Davis Bros; W. A.
Power. Peoples Furniture Com nun v.
F. E. Watkins. J. H. Casey. C. A. Reed.
J. s. Fowler, B. O. Brana. E. M Scott,
J. M. Evans, G. C. Sullivan, R. A. May
field, J. E. cilnkscales. C. J. De-,
Campe, P. A. Whaley, Marchbank ft
Babb. Leon L. Rice, J. T. B?rrig ft]
Son, Anderson Beal Catate * Invest- |
ment Ci R. R> King. Sayre ft B<s7dwin,
E. C. JkfcCants, Dr. A. L. Sm?xh?ra :
J. J. r rex wen, wi A. Watson, J. D.
Bret??:, sr, IS. A. ??cu?y, ?<?r?. R Lee,
L. ?M. Mahuffey, Ci C. King, L. M.
Geer, Jno. Unley. William Banks, M.
L. Bonham, Bonham, Watkins ft Allen,
B. F. Mauldln. IL A. Om. R I ??tn~
M. M. Mattlson, Ti fPrank Watkins, A.
8. Farmer, J. D. Hammett, B> B. Qos
sett. G. H. Balles. W. K. lludgens, Jno.
B. Adger, WI W. Sullivan, C. S. Sulli
van, 8. Brooks Marshall. F.'B: Mauldln,
Jna H. Anderson, P. C. Fant, T. K.
BY LIGHTNING i
[Chimney Knocked Down and]
SmaB Blase Created But
? D?ring the first electrical storm oi
lba Reason, lightning struck tlje. house j
of r. Vt'. Wait, M 2 r> East River street, '
yesterday afternoon nt 4:10 o'clock.
The lightning struck the chimney,
tearing it down. Jumped aerees the
street to s telephone wire' and then
ran back into the house on the wire.
The blase was started < under the
eaves of the house but waa soon ex
tinguished with little difficulty by the
The damage wiii amount to but lit
tle, the soot from the chutney doing
more damage to th? house ?nd furni
ture than the firs or water.'
In Se?ison Throughout Saturday,
Great Meeting Was Ended
Tho liant fur Sunday K<-hool institute
which ts In session with the New
Prospect Baptist church during Sat
urday and Sunday came to an end on
Sunday aft -moon. Every session of
the a.-.inflation was filled with Inter
est and those who attended th? con
ventions) feel that they were greatly
The Sunday morning session was
opened at 10 o'clock with un address
hy EHUB Earle, superintendent of the
Baptist Sunday School at Townvllle.
Mr. Earl's address was a splendid one
and was generously complimented by
ills hearers. "How to Clot the People
or All Ages to Atlen 8unday School,"
was the topic discussed by Kev. W. T.
Tate and his address was well worth
hearing. It made a spelendld impres
sion and will doubtless prove to be
of value to those hearing lt. Rev. O. L*
Orr, pustor of the New Prospect
church discussed "Teachers Before
Their Classes" and made a number of
valuable suggestions to be followed
by the teachers In their work.
Tiie edded feature of the Sunday
Bession was the Missionary sermon,
ably.delivered oy the Rev. W. H. Haw
kins. Mr. HawknB discussed "Church
and the ? Children," following which
the dinner WSB served. The conven
tion came to and with a song service.
OF THE BARACAS
Interesting Debate and Delightful
Refreshments Gave Young
Men Delight j
The social meeting of the Barara
clasB of the First Bapti.it church was
one of the most enjoyable events of
the past week in Anderson. The de
bate on the subject, "Resolved, That
the Right or Suffrage Should Be Ex
tended to the Women ot South Caro
lina" excited great interest. Tho af
firmativ? was represented by S. M.
Wolfe and P. M. Burnette, while C. B.
Earle and Leon L. Rice took the nega
tive position. The Judges awarded
the decision to the affirmative.
About 200 yong men were present
fer the affair an J there was not a
dull moment during the entire even
ing. Musical numbers and addresses
played a prominent part on the pro
gram and the serving of the delightful
refreshments near the close of the
evening waa decidedly appreciated by
a large number of enthusiastic Sunday
School workers present.
No definite, dale has been announ
ced for the noxt meeting of this class
but every one at the 200 present at
this meeting will hope to hear ot the
, affair being repeated at an early date,
FIFTEEN HUNDRED PACKAGES.
?arden S*ed Sent to Andersen bf Sea.
?tor E. D. Smith.
The second. number of the Com?an,,
the semi-monthly, magasine of the Y.
M. C. A. ls just off the press. It is
devoted to Improving of the yards and
gardena of the residents of the mill
Village?. Bnrj la f.ml\ sf isforSSSti?? that
will be valuable. <
Among the interesting Items ia a
news maternent tn which it ls stated
that Congressman Aiken tn? the ses*
stirs from thin sute hsd been asked
for weed for the yards of the mill peo
ple. Senator Smith replied aa fol
. Respondlug to your favor of recent
Ste asking that. -1 send you an as-,
rfm'ent of flower and vegetable seed
?for use In the six cotton mills In your
section, permit me to say that I am
today makin? arrangements tc hive
fiftee? hundred packages of the vege
? tabla seed forwarded to you. They
! will be under my blank frank, and of
course can be addressed by you to go.
through the maila without postage.
Tho need should reach you In the
I course of a week or ten days,
j HWth reference to the flower aeed,
; I am Informed 'hat my quota has been
exhausted, however, I shall make an '
effort to procure an additional quota
add If successful, will send yon a nice
??crt=iSt cf thees.
"I am very alad to have the suges
ti?n in this regard from you and lt
ls a pleasure to serve you at all tmoa."
NEW SCHOOL IS
NOT YET OPEW
Builders Sent Wrong Keys ?uki
Doora Could Not Be Opened
The pupils who are to oe. md the
hafcdsoToe new Glenn street school,
iuat ^pttpl?ted, were disappointed on
yesterday whee the hour arrived for
the opening of the new place. The
contractors who erected the building
neu sent the wrong set of keys to An
derson and when Mr. KeCants tried
to get the doors open he' waa uneac
Mr7 McCant* sold laa* ni*M Ahmt he
had communicated With the contract
ors and expected to get- the other eet
of keys within the next two or-three
day*. The building wilt certainly be
occupied thia week.
Wjr. Jf. M. Morrow of Albermarle. N.
C., member of Ute former firm of
Morrow ? Bass, ts In the city assist
ing m winding UP thb? business of the
pm Ufd looking after the ?state af
the lau? Joioph Hampton Bass. whe/e
sadden death a few night ago caused
* * ti * * * *
* ELECTRIC CIT\
* Item* o? Interest and Persoe?
* Wireleas on the Sb
V ? if ?fr' ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty ty V
C. K. Cresbj III
C. W. Crosby, trainmaster of the P.
A N. has returned from Chester where
his son, C. E. Cjroaby, is very ill with
appendicitis ?lin! will be operated on
this week. Th?- younger Mr. Crosby
ls superintendent or the Carolina and
Northwestern road. "I will never
cesse to love the people of South Car
olina," said Mr. Crosby, Moaday.
"When Mrs. Crosby and I ?ot to Chea
ter, the splendid people there over
whelmed us with attentions. And all
of my friends along thc line of the In
terurban have been KO kind to us.
South Carolin:! ls a great state and her
people are thc best in the world.
Box Happer At
Encouraged by the splendid success
they had in their first box supper, the
patrons and pupils of the Welcome
school are now making arrangements
for another supper, this event to take
placo on April 10. The first supper
netted the school $20 and this sum
will go a long way toward making
tiu> improvements desired at htls
school. If the event of this month is
as largely attended and aa liberally
patronized as was thc first the Wel
come school will be able to secure
number of things in the. equipment
First Cotton HMS
The first cotton planted ?n Ander
son county Oi?i? year, ao far aa la
known, was that planted by J. S. Fow
ler, according to the statement of J.
W. Roth rock, farm demonstrator. Mr.
I Fowler ba planted snoot 40 screa
and with-favorable weather conditions
he should get on early crop.
Has Signed Contract.
Qecrgo McConnell. Anderson'a rep
Bontatlve ?n the "big league" bsa alf
fixed his "John Hancock" to his con
tract with .the Buffalo fceam of the In
ternationa1, league and ls now prepar
lng to rerc>*t for Spring practice. He
will probably meet his team in Char
lotte within the next few days and
prepare for the coming season.
George is ou? of the best men In the
International league and Manager
Stein of the Buffalo team seems to ap
preciate that fact.
P!?y ?I?? Mends.
Messrs,AVK Moore of Tucspau and
W, C. Cleveland of Greenville, were
here yesterday to attend a meeting of
of the directors .of Riverside Milla.
Tins .company nae had a good year,
and lt was Announced that a dividend
of C 1-2 per cepj, semi-annual on pru-.
ferrad would be.'declared on the lat
of April.; This IR. the first dividend in
some years for. this mill and Indicates
a healthy condition of affairs.
Tho >niectin6 ?' the Anderson coun
ty equalization board called for to
day by WinsVut Sm?.h,- county audi
tor. . will probably be interesting.
Many taxpayers will doubtless appear
and make request that their assess
ments be UiwAfe^ The1 Siccting ls to
take place promptly at noon and will
be held in th? court iiou&?. .
j Many Going
To the Scow.
A large number of Anderson people
will be found tn Greenville tonight,
the attraction "being the presentation
of "The Ress Maid" at the Grand
Opera House in that city. Thia is
said to be one of the beat - musical
comedies on the road this Waar, being
a companion play to the "Spring
Maid" which scored such u rtfcldprf
hit through? this-section. Attractive
railroad rates ? are being offered for
the show tonight.
Mr. Kite WH1
Leave A paterson.
Fred Kltd, .who has been connected
with the Anderson Steam Bakery' has
resigned hi* position and will tihortly
leave for Gary-, Ind., where be goan
to accept a more .lucrative position.
[Mr. Kite baa a number of friend* here
io w??? 'mpowi.?. his departure and
j h!r. leaving Vwui siso oe regretted by
I the concern with which he baa been
working, file'-.ls skilled in the bakery
! business and will be hard to replace.
The work af putting the telephone
wires In Jkftdereon undtergstoufad fa
proceeding splendidly and progress ls
being made;, *n?e force of workmen
I yesterday reached the public square
and within the. next-few weeks lt ia
presumed that the- actual work of lay
ing the caMH^rllPhc started.
Co only Treas tuvr
Looks For farreas*?. -
C. W. Keelee, ?N-i?nty treasurer, told
ja reporter for The Intelligencer yea
xerday that? he' had bis h-\nda full In
making up the'tax executions, getting
[ ready to torn them < over to Sheriff
Ashley. Mr. McGee says that ail told
he, will have about 3GOO executions thia
Z SbOSt SvS um
tho record tor last year. The majority
of these executions are with the milt
people ot (be?etty *od many of theta
are due double return* and will be ad
justed la that manner.
Anderson -Ptokenp. a negro, waa pa
roled during good behavior last Sat
urday. PSeaess ?as convicted ia An
derson In tba month of May, *t*7, ot
murder with a recommanda? lon to
tnercy and sentenced to lite iatorff
***** * ******
r SPARK1JETS *
i Mention Caught Over the *
eeta of Anderson *
Very Sore Hand.
Ralph Wilson, Ihe well um
member of the firm of Mooro-wilson I
Ho., ha?, been confined to hie home]
for the lam few days wjth a very sore|
hand and lt may be necessary to op
crate. Several days ago Mr. Wilson
stuck a splinter in the bock of his
hand and shortly thereafter lt became
Inflamed and has causes hi mgreat
trouble, lt was said last night that
he scemd to be somewhat better and
that no operation would be performed
if it could" poHihly be avoided.
Of Crap Mhoofera,
Sheriff Ashley and his assistants]
fell a foul of a party of negro crap)
Hhootcr.1 Saturday night in North An
derson and brought them all up fori
trial "yesterday. They were arralgn?d|
in Magistrate Broadwell's court yes
terday and fined apieae, all of them
paying. The raid on the gamblers
wac made at the home of Lillie
Reece, a negro woman, and she will
today be given a hearing In Mr.
Broadwell's court on a charge of con
ducting a public nuisance.
Results Brident ot~
The Field Hay..
Miss Maggie Carlington, supervisor]
of rural schools spent yesterday In j
Williamston where she went to In
spect the schools. Miss Carlington]
says that the results of the fIrrst lie.o'j
day, hold here lost Friday, are al
ready becoming evident and that BIIQ|
and thc other school officials are de
ligted with the impression created.
She says that a healthy interest is
already being manifested on th part
of the students over the day for next
year and that she expects to exert
every effort in making the occasion I
"bigger and better" for next year than|
it was this year.
Miss N. R. Schelrer, Miss Irene]
Richards and Mre. Frances L. Rhine
hart, all members of the faculty of
Lander College at Greenwood, spent i
yesterday in Anderson. These ladles
came here on a shopping expedition'
but spent much of the day In sight
s??mg. T?iey are all from Columbus,1
Ohio, and found many things to in-',
tercet them. They paid a visit to An
derson College and expressed them
selves as being delighted with that|
At Orr Mill.
The first free motion picture enter
tainment of the Anderson Y. M. CA.
took place at the Orr milt village last
night and notwithstanding the incle
ment weather a large and apprecia
tive audience crowded the hall. That
the pocple enjoyed the event -was an
.Mared feet. One special feature of
the night was the showing of 50 slides
on tin- fly, the fly swatting campaign
uud the dango of flies. The same pic
tures are to be shown tonight at thc
Gluck mi?? and so no until all the mill
villages have been visited.
Crlehmh Had ?
C. W. Causey, one of Anderson's
popular mill superintendents has the
distinction of owning 12 fine English
bloodhounds, all at the same tlmn
Eleven of these are puppies, whelped
yesterday, and tbs "twelfth one is th?
mother. This ls taken us something
of a record a single litter of ll puples
b?ir.g decidedly more iban ts common
ly heard of ic this country. Mr. Causoy I
says that all pf the puppies are fine
specimens and that every one of them j
will make a valuable dog.
Was In Anderson.
S. F. Parrott, one of the internal |
revenue colectora from the state of
fice in Columbia, was in Anderson]
yesterday on official busino.. Mr.
Parrott nntd that be considers An
derson one of the best towns of the
State and that lt ia always a pleasure
for him to come here. Before being
appointed to his present position Mr.
Parrott was editor of the Cherokee]
News at Oaf fr ey.
Mr. Roberts Bien
V.". A. rower received a message 1
yesterday advising htm of the death '
of his brother-in-law, J. W. Roberts,
which occured In Blacksburg on Sun
datyt night. Mr. Roberts Cormefely
mads his home in this city and the
day' arriving here ut 10 o'clock. In
terment will take place in Silver
Brook cemetery. Mr. Roberts was 45
years ot age and had many friends in
Anderson. He was the first superin
tendent employed at the Rivutalds and
Toxaway mills and waa well known
among the mill workers of the State.
Of ?Tfee Csmlsn,"
The April humber of "The Com?an."
the monthly magasine issued by the
Anderson Y: M. c. A. for the mill work
ers of Anderson, ls off the press and
will teday be malled ont and sent out
by carriers. This publication baa tak
en well with Ute mill .people and well
lt might. There ls no subscription
charged ?fiid tba ?tt***?!~; m zlrrz
free Of ?Ujrge. The taine just an
peering is especially good. It has a]
number of new festores,'with seme
good cartoons and * wealth ot fine
reading matter. The people of the city
seem to appreciate the splendid werk
that Messrs Burnett and Mirna are do
ing and this ts but one of the many
splendid things that these men are
Ftes? yrWnHt '
Being Held Here.
Miss EastboD of SparUnburg and
MU? Ce?i^a-b ??? S??^??- -r?i
Andareon yesterday ?sd wttl remate !
$2 to $3
We have the strongest
proposition in Women's
Oxfords and ; Pumps at
$2.00, $2.50 and $3.00
that is possible to show
at these prices. We are
showing them in ox
fords. Pumps and Colon-,
ial style at
$2 to $3
All the new styles in Ox
fords, Pumps and Colon
$3.50 and $4
THE ONE PRICE SHOE STORE
WE SELL FOR CASH ONLY
ji^OWN IS A HOM? INOC^p
' Even\ Jhe one day's work ?3BL?Q
>^TT mode a market Improve? I I Trwi
J^lZl meat on The Gally- lcT^ ^
EL_ILU^ :vrSlr ?I
Cj^FOR HOMES. SEE- - -???gi M
~?ttfa^nd we ore confident that "The Gul
ly" has possibilities that few of those
who speed by dream of. 1
I! l\If\W '-ttl? AnV \ WHAT PAINT I?-THAT!
l^V/^ywJ?flULrl f You hear this aakedlon every
P??ntS I Harrison's ?Towu Coualy
T Paint is bfelpg used on over 9QR
* '"r V Der cent.ot the houses that
|4L, %Jl p!~ being pointed. A good, paint
Wu ir' ?M> mn H nndvyou know lt.
? p wood's. f
B j BRIMMER . ? . :
Tomato ? . J|-fi^%
looper, ?oz. } .MmSq&g .
j doz for Soc. kjj ^fjg^
i Phone 2S*L ? Color Co.
i Men*m^ t Bfaddey Bia?, W?one 647
1 " Delivery. f Cleaa ap and Pain! ap
^'?w 'aa ^ ^*'N>' v * * ny !ey. ' Yon?
hera for ajroek, copducitag'a flow ax- . _. ?.
hibltton fe*' the ^AhdersoaCaah Gre- ?a?BBaaaa*asasiEana?B?aeia?salB^^
eery. Evory afternoon at % W o'clock - ? ? -L?E'IUJ-L^UJ!._?J-L.._-J
an exhibition of ?the won"1 ' ?joa?i
ties of their flopr ls giv. 4e Indies m* Vn?P*ir I JA tty
of the city by toe t*o demonstrators. . Arfw^rli Jr &*?C&y
This ls to continue through Thursday ^A > ct A/\ wa -a\ar
and each afternoon th? ladlee of the IZJUU TO dttfO ld M.
cty will be serve* with a-fee lunch- ]?LXJ?I Y -
eon at this jpopulsr store,'. SPFwiA?
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