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title: 'The Anderson daily intelligencer. (Anderson, S.C.) 1914-1915, July 15, 1914, Page PAGE FIVE, Image 5',
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ANDERSON TO BE HOST TO
STATE MEETING ON
BARRETT IS COMING
National President Barrett Will
Make Open Address on Prin
ciple of Farmers' Union
The Anderton county farmers'
union met Tuc?day 'at'thc court IIOUBO
with the largest attendance of mem
bers and delegates ut any meeting In
sometime The meeting'.' was held
mainly to complete arrangements for
the meeting of th'e state, union which
will be held here from July 22 to
24. The amount of enthusiasm mani
fested on the part of those present,
and tho good reports had', were moBt
grntlfying. ? ?
President J. W. Rothrouk presided
over the meeting yesterddy' .and ap
pointed several additional momhors of
tilt; arrangements committee, *BO that
the full memuerBhip"?? the committee
is now as follows: J. 'VL^bthrock, J.
M. Broyles. Q- W. ??Boon, T. T.
Wakefield, FoBter "BrWd, Jj p. Stab
ling. One o? thc members of the ori
ginal . ommlttee, H. Acker, is in tho
hospital recovering 'from on attack
While thc full detail? of tho meeting
have not ns yet been worked out tho
meeting wit be filled-with interesting
amt timely deliberations." 'Tho first
session will bo held Wednesday even
ing at 8 o'clock. h'
The second day, Thursday, will bo
devoted to an excursion to Clemson
College President Riggs"having ex
tended an invitation to the union to
spend a day as tho guests of tho col
lege. . ?-?3,9*108
Friday, the last day vy.ftl. bo. given
over to an opon meeting, to which all
the framers of .the county are invited.
The national president, C. S. Barrett,
will be here and will probably deliver
an address on Friday to the public.
He is a forceful speaker and .will give
much information to tho public
At least seventy-five delegates from
over the state are expected to attend
J. Whittier Bold, tho state'Secretary,
will arrlvo In Anderson In advance of
the meeting. Tho statu president ls
E. W. Dobbs of Sumter* Who is well
known in Anderson.
J. HASKELL DENI??
Ocafl! Case After An ?tfla?&sI of Ty
Richland, July 14-After a brier Ill
ness J. Haskell Dendy died Satruday
moe ting at 3 o'clock.. Mr. Dendy had
boon ill only a short.time with typhoid
fever and his condition, ..was not
I thouKht serious until the' end was
near. Mr. Dendy was' the youngest
son- of the late Thomas' '"Dendy, ono
of the oldest and w'uoly known fami
lies of this county end the state. He
leaves a wife who wau- Mips Carolyn
Wldeman of Due Weat, ,a,U,uv one son,
James. He also leaves the following
brothers and elstern: Prof. J. P. Den-,
dey, Lexington, Ca.; Prof. W. E. Den
dy of Monroe, Go.. Rov.',J.,T. Dendy,
Rock Hill, S. C.; J*. A: Dendy of An
derson, S. C. Miss Macy Gaines of
Irwington, Ga., M-s._Mary Gaines of
Lavenia, Ga,, and Mi^. Su_ui?- Keuhn,
of Reading. Kans. ,p%!iV:r. theso he
leaves a large number" hrVear rela
tives and friends io m eui rn his death.
Ho was a member T>' the Richland
Camp No. 460, W. 0.,,W.r,niw :
Tho remains were istia!" fiP' rest
Saturday afternoon at 5 o'clock at the
Presbyterian church at thia place.
J. B. PRUITT. DIED v
AT AGE OF 82
One of Anderson's Best Citizens
-funeral Services Trna
News was received In tho city last
[night of the death of one of Ander
son's truest citizens,. J. fi-':Pruitt, who
passed away at 9 o'clock at his homo
at Starr. He had been unwell for two
months, tut recently bad rallied a lit
tle. He was in his 82nd year. Mr..
Pruitt was a native of this- county and
bis long and useful lifo:i has been
known of all the older. oUlzens. -
He Is survived by hts, wlite, who was
Miss Cynthia Parker, how 79 years
old. and by 10 children, *R'. ' W., J. H.,
John C., E. J. and W. L. Pruitt, all of
this county; Mrs. RwtW..?Drake, ot
Donalds; Mrs. J. J. Finley, Mrs. J. L.
Jackson, Mrs W. T. Mprrlapn and Mrs.
W. O. Bowie, all Ot this county.
Tho funeral services will be held
I this afternoon ot B o'clock at Cross
Road Baptist church; conducted by
[the Rev. J. L Yass,,of Greenville. Mr.
Pruitt was a good old soldier, and
served in Orr's regiment, a member of
Capt. Cowan's company.:1 'Mrs. Lou
Ashley of this city and ? Mrs. Lizzie
Kay are surviving sisters of the de
Card of Than!;*.
I Wish to thank m> - friends and
neighbor? for their many kindnesses
during the Illness and sad death of our
wife and mother, ?fay, heaven's richr
est blessings be po?r^Qut oh those,,
who have been sb good,.to.ns.
P. C. HSU and Children.