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The meeting of the Anderson Coun
ty Medical Association which took
place yesterday morniug in tho rooms
of the chamber of ommercc, was one
of the most interesting yet held. Prac
tically ??very physician in the city
was in attendance and some splendid
papers were heard, among these be
ing: "Acute Gastritis" by Dr. H. A.
Pruitt; "Gastric Dilatation" by Dr.
B. A. Henry and "Diagnostic Aids in
Gastric Affections'?' by Dr. Oigo V.
Pruitt. Dr. W. F. Ashmore, president
of the association also delivered a
splendid lecture, illustrated and fol
lowing tho conclusion of the meeting
Dr. Ashmore entertained the associa
tion at lunch, which was served at tho
Piedmont cafe. The meeting was en.
joyable from start to finish.
To Be Changed.
Effective next Sunday Bever.fl
changes will go into effect on the
Charleston and Western Carolina
railroad. It was Bald at the local of
fice of the company yesterday that
no statement could be made in regard
to the changes, aa they have not been
yet worked oui, but T. B. Curtis, com
mercial agent of the road, said that
the changes would certainly benefit
Anderson and that tocal pfvmle would
appreciate them. It ls planned io
bring crews into Anderson for one
night's lay-over inuteaa of having
them spend the night at McCormick
and some of the trains will leave this
city at a later hour formerly while
others will arrive earlier than the old
schedule called for.
Changes Made In
i,ocal Cigar Store.
E. P. Martin, who has been con
nected with the Anderson Coca-Cola
Company has resigned his position
and is now connected with the Inter
urban Cigar store in this city. It has
been announced that the cigar stores
of the interurban will put on a ser
vice for the news butches" at an early
cate- and *hat half of the cswu boys
wili go out of this city hereafter ln-l'
stead of Greenville - as has been thc"
case. A complete stock will be car
ried In this city for the news boys and
they will be supplied from here on all
trains which leave this etty in the
morning and make the round trip
during the day. This change will go
into effect on October 1st.
Deeded Lot To
H. G. Anderson has deeded a pretty
"triangle" lot on River street to the
Civic Association of Anderson and at
thc next meet lng of the association the
lot will be formally accepted by that
body. T It - ls understood ttu.t the la
dies of the association plan to utilize
this lot as a public park and that they
will decorate it in flowers and will
make it a place of beauty in every
respect. It 1B also said that tho "old
persuader" will be moved -from the
center ot North Main stree to this
lot at an early date. The ladies of
the association , are vt ry appreciative
of Mr. Anderson's km/..?.;.
Work Is Begun
At the Hospital.
A number ot men went to work. yes.
terday an improving the grounds at
tho city hospital and within the next
few days tho lawn of this already
beautiful place will present an entire,
ly different'appearance. Some months
ago the trustees -ff the hospital bought
t'?e lot which adjoins the hospital
grounds and lt ls planned to have
ibu front lawn embiace the additional
area. The posts ara being moved
further to one side and when the
work is completed the grounds of the
institution' will look much better than
Urala Matter Has
Delayed: the Work.
Officials of the Charleston ft West
ern Carolina railway say that work on
the splendid new terminal station of
that road in Anderson has been 'de
layed because of the - fact that the
city- has not been able td reach any
decision as yet regarding the drain
auestlon for West Market street "Wo
cars of steel rails arrived in the city
yesterday for the C. ft W. C., together
with a .ur of cross ties.and lt the city
would hurry the drain matter up and
get lt finished the railroad could pro
ceed with0 the work and get the sta
Make the Race.
Anderson people are much interest
ed in an announcement which came
from Colombia yesterday to the ef
fect that W. P. Pollock of Cheraw,
m?y be in tho race for the United
States senate when B. R. Tillman's
term expires. Mr. Pollock was in the
race for the < senate with Senator
Smith and Gov. Blease tn the last pri
mary and today be ta one of the best
known men in the state. Ha has hun
dreds of friends in Anderson couaty
and ..should he decide to make tho
racrf ac will certainly receive splen
. *rt hare*
IK Back at Work
Miss Maggie Qarlington has returned
to Anderson from Columbia, where she
has been spending the summer aad has
already assumed her duties as supervi
sor of r^"-?il schools for this county.
Miss Carlington says that she is
mighty glad to get back to Anderson
county and she believes that the com
ing session will be one of the best
and most successful that the country
schools of the county have ever expe
rienced. She was busy ali day yes
terday in mailing out letters to the
rural schools, telling of her return and
of the plan which she plans to put' in
People living on Whitner street say
that the dog chorus to which they
have been treated for the last few
nights are higly enjoyable-provided
a person is stone deaf. The folks re
siding on thut street say that every dog
in Anderson has taken up his abode
on that particular street and that the
night is made hideous by the noise
which they create. The property ow
ners have lodged complaint with the
city officials and it is probable that a
dog or two will turn up missing about
Use More Rye.
In talking yesterday of agricultural
conditions in Anderson county, the
county demonstrator said that it was
very important that people here should
sow cover crops of some sort this fall.
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II??pwrnng ... <-..v- iHawjcr. ?. ... riv ..
ro< i. said, "if the farmers cannot agree
to plant some legumes, they should
certainly plant rye if nothing else and
plenty of ic. Mr. Rothrock says that
just now this question is of supreme
Importance and that if the farmers
neglect it they will have occasion iq
regret it at a later date.
Busy Day ^
For the Magistrate
Magistrate Broadwell had his hands
full yesterday in attending to the civil
p.nd crimina! easer, which cami? before
bini. Joe Scoti, u young white man,
was arraigned on a charge of being
drunk and was sentenced to pay a Ano
of $5.00. Quince Garrett, a negro, fac
ed a charge of beating a board bill and
he was given a choice of paying a fine
of $15 or serving for 30 days. Alfred
Nesbitt, another negro, also faced the
burne charge and was sentenced to
either pay a fine of 910 or to serve for
15 days on the gang.
Mr. Oliphant Is
To Write Review.
Albert D. Oliphant, one of the best
reporters on toe staff of the Columbia
State, arrived in Anderson last night
and will spend today in the citv, col
lecting material for an article which he
will write about the city of ?uderaon.
Mr. Oliphant will write this arline
for a special edition of the State which
is soon to appear and every town and
city in the state of ?ny importance will
be displayed in the cooing edition. Mr.
Oliphant will spend today in Anderson
and then will go to-Greenville for fi:n
Back From Their
Visit to.the Mountains.
Mrs. 8. M. Orr, Miss Lydia Orr and
Mr. and Mrs. George C. Aid returned
to the city yesterday after a mouth's
stay at Russells and Cashiers, N. C..
and Mr. aad Mrs. Aid will spend the
next month in Anderson and after
that, if conditions permit, they will ra?
turn to their home tn Italy, where Mi.
Atu is an artist of note. However,
they do not believe that lt will be pos
sible for them io uiake the trip by
'hat tune and it is probable teat they
will epend '/-verni more weeks in
Long Creek To
Quite a number of Anderson's Bap
tist will journey to Long Creek ia Oco
nee county today for the purpose of at?
tending the dedication services which
ore to be held at Long Creek school.
It Ia understood that a number of
splendid speakers have been secured
sud that the day will be full of Inter
est for those who attend.
Something approaching tho equinoc
tial gale has struck Anderson. .' Fol
lowing a storm off the Atlantic coast
Tuesday night, this city has been in
tho.grip of a tremendous wind since
that time and Anderson people have
begun to believe that winier if hero
in earnest. As a matter of fnet, there
win probably be plenty cf warm wea
ther for this section yet Lb e<4oe.
Here On a Visit.
W. S. Lee and E. Thomason, two
prominent officials of the < Piedmont &
Northern line railway, spent. Tuesday
and Wednesday, In' Anderson looking
over the situation and checking the af
fairs of the company hire. Mr. Leo'
said that he and thc other official were
merely here for a visit ot Inspection
and that there wss nothing ot any im
portance in their visit to Anderson.
They left the city this afternoon.
The city'? street force went to
work yesterday on Calhoun street and
that thoroughfare will soon be one
ot UK bcBt in the city. At a recent
meeting of the city council that body
agreed to do some much needed work
on this street and as a result Calhoun
will he a street of which the city may
he proud at no distant date. The
street will be curbed and drained and
widened at some places until it will be
one of the best streets In all the city.
According to announcements coming
from Columbia yesterday, Miss Eu
bank Taylor of this tty will be one
of the members of the engrossing
department for the speial session of
the general assembly of South Caro,
ilna which will convene In entum
ir?a on October 6. The appointments
vere made by Thomas B. Peeples, at
torney general, and none but those' ex
experienced in this work were chosen
for the special session.
Mrs. Sloan Is
A Little Belter.
It was said yesterday that Mrs. D.
P. Sloan was slightly ituproved, al
though her condition is yet a matter
of grave concern to her hundreds of
friends in different parts of the
county. Mrs. Sloan has been very ill
for some time and within the last few
days booie fear has been entertained
ns io her recovery. Shs is in thc
Anderson county hospital.
Miss Annie Lundkowsky who recent
ly underwent an operation for ap
pendicitis, has about recovered and
left yesterday for her home wes', of
the city. The patient ytfffi at the
home of Mrs. M. P. Hardy and the
operation was performed there.
Friends of Miss Lundowsky trust
that she may soon be entirely re
stored to health.
Sheriff Joe Ashley left last, night
for Florence where he wont to carry
four boys, convicted ot varions of
fenses and sentenced to terms In the
state reformatory. Sheriff Ashley
will be gone for several days and
hopes to pick up information leading
to one or two wanted criminals while
he la :*-*;ay.
Friends of J. S. Fowler Gathered
Last Night At Country Ho.no
and Celebrated 60th Birthday
Tho country home of J. 8. Fowler
was the scene of a happy dinner party
last night, the occasion being the cel
ebration of thc 60th birthday anniver
sary of Mr. Fowler. The spacious
dining room and the hallways and
verandas1 were set with tables around
which gathered the guests-at least
one for every year of the life of this
staunch, successful and progressive
citizen of Anderson.
Mr. Fowler gave such a delightful
dinner last year, and this last even
ing was a kind of encore, except for
the fact that the second occasion was,
if possible, more pleasurable than
The dinner was sumptuous, being
served in courses, and "kid. lamb,
shote and country fried" showed the
kind or farmer and the kind of host
that Mr. Fowler ls.
At the conclusion ol tne dinner Mr.
Fowler was made the recipient of a
very handsome and elaborate cut
glass set, water pitches*, decanter.
-wniirri-. ?.ir., ? tSB?nJoin?l ?? i?Ye ?ioni
many friends of Anderson'. Delightful
short talks were made by many Of the
friends and neighbors, all showing
in their esrnestness -their high regard
for thia splendid citizen of Anderson.
One of the most affecting of these
talks was by Capt. J. T. Bnsbee, wh?
In his plain way told of the t eighbor
ly and brotherly kindness c.* M?. ?nw.
1er. Other? who ?rare called upon
were Gen. Bonham, J. J. Fretwell,
TJ_W n~ o n? ? /-?
lIUll^C ? 1 lUt-C, ... UM V* .
& Sullivan, H. 'H. Whtklns. K. P.
Smith, Ernest F Cochran, B. B. Gos
sctt. Dr. Halley of Hartwell, Ga., Wil
liam Banks. T. Frank Watkins. Mayor
J. H. Godfrey. J. D, Hammett, Capt.
P. K. McCully, A. S. Farmer and oth
ers, the good hight toaact being left
tc, Capt. Wm. Laughlin, who respond
' Mr. Fowler was much affected by
the remark? of. some of hi* friends,
and responded fittingly in receiving
Diarrhoea Quickly Cored.
"My attention was first called to
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy as much as twelve
years ago. At that lime I was a?
riously ill with summer complaint.
Ono dose of this remedy- ckee***-* ene
tr^uWe." -orites Mrs. C. W. Florence.
Rockfield, Ind. For sa; ) by all deal
(Continued Frcm Page One.)
dlreetlon of the burgomaster estah
Hslied themselves in the church*
where they installed a machine gun.
They proceeded to gre*>t thc Germana
witli a deadiy lire.
Fired on Comrade?.
"The Belgians say that part of the
German army, mistaking one of their
own retiring division* for the enemy,
opened fire upon them, whereupon,
deluded into thinking this1 en assault
by Belgian civilians, the Germans
razed the whole city.
"I have not been able to acquire
any direct evidence in regard to the
las! two instances, but the explanation
generally credited by disinterested
persons is that the Belgians' who had
laid down their arma according to the
burgomaster's proclamation on the
entrance of the enemy, took thom up
again when it looked as if thc Ger
mans were retreating from the town,
ahd opened fire from their windows
upon n retiring German train.
"The most authoritative German
denial of German offences comes from
Major General Thaddeus von Jarotz
sky, military governor of Brussels,
who informed me that in numerous
cases he had been recelyed with a
pretense of iriondlinesM by Belgian
civilians who later f.red .noon the
German soldiers from windows and
from between thc roof tiles. This was
done after a declaration-of surrender
by the burgomaster and a proclama
tion, warning the citizens against any
show of resistance.
"In such violations of the rules of
war, the general said, he punished thc
offenders by burning the house from
which the shots were fired.
"In everv oaB.e of reported outrage
or reprisai which was euecentible of i
investigation, I have found either that
the outrage was a figment of the Bel
gian mind or that it was more than,
half excused hy circumstances
"The prevalence of the Belgian ?
nractice of snlning from the house
was perhaps indicated by the warning
of the German officer who acted ae
guard for five American correspond
ents including myself, who were be
ing taken as prisoners from Beau
mont to Aachen in an army train. We
were adviced to li? dotam on the floor.
of the car as the Bolgian snipers
would shoot at' us from the houses.
But there was no firing.
"This, ot '.ourse, ls not a brief tor
the German army; it is an account of
German conduct as. if appeared to an
impartial observer who had the rather
extraordinary opportunity of travel
ing for days with the German col
umns, over a dlsatnce of more ?Vin a
hundred miles through a dozen im
portant citieB and towns-.
Was Xear to Battles*
"Sometimes I was near enoicb to
the1 front to see the white artillery
smoko spurt into clouds along the
horizon and hear the double detona
tions which came from artillery at
short range. At other times I trailed
behind through the desolate waste
which a victorious army leaves behind
lt. But the waste was the lnevtable
footprint of war. marking the mont
utter dre. iness, misery and despair,
but not with a hint of savagery, or
wanton butchery of excesa
"On the contrary. I witnessed num
erous cases- of the most careful cour
tesy on tho part of German soldiers.
In Brussels they not only paid their
cafe bills, but tipped generously
Alofig the road, when a German offi
cer or soldier entered a Belgian house
for food or shelter, it was rTO with a
demand, but a request.
"The German, soldiers wffl.e punc
tllously considerate and polite to wo
men and children, apologizing for the
discomfort they were causing.
Were Very Considerate;
"A French liautenant and two Eng
lish officers traveled with us in the
prison train from Beaumont to
Aachen, a halting Journey which took
30 hours. Tho train waa crowded
with ( erman wonndel and French and
English, prisoners, cr.** there was
nothing io eai or drink ~?O?pi a few
fragments of rice bread, bard as a
stone and a little liquid compound of
chicory, which in Belgium is called
coffee. Bince there was not enough
even of this disheartening tare to go
around, German officers went without
fond so that the prisoners.might be
A Ticklish Experience
"In Beaumont while I was detained
Cor 24 hours in a small cafs with sn
armed guard st the door, although spe
cifically told that I was not an ordi
nary prisoner, a swaggering petit of
flcer lunged toward me and showed
me the sharp, convincing .adge of his
sword, insisting that I run my hand
across lt. Meanwhile hs muttered to
other soldiers In the room that the
j other correspondents and I were En
' glisb spits. Hut this waa my only
; disagreeable experience of this sort.
Gives Good Advise
"German discipline and German
training seem to have bred Into Ger
man soldiers an exemplary behavioi,
which ls nothing less that- remarkable.
I Before I fell asleep on the. floor of
the Beaumont cafe, with two German
[soldier's guns slanting almost over
[nie. I heard the petit officer who wo?
j!? charge of us giving Instructions to
Ethe g?svds, which Included the ? tate
rs eut thai any one of us Who stirred
outside the door, should be ?bot. Then
hs counselled them, almost In a fath
erly way to drink only moderately.
COLE GRAIN DRILLS work perfectly and give entire satisfaction
even under unfavorable and adverse conditions.
Mr. Jas. R. Anderson, well and favorahley known by most An
derson County farmers, writes regarding his COLE TWO ROW
GRAIN DRILL as follows:
Anderson, S. C., Sept. 1, 1914
Sullivan Hdw. Company,
Anderson, S. C.,
Replying to yours in reference to the Cole Drill, wish to say
I take great pleasure in speaking a good word for the Two-Row Cole
Drill., vhich I purchased of you last Fall.
IN ot withstanding the very dry Spring, I made a splendid yield
of oats where I used the Cole Drill. It does most perfect work, giv
ing entire satisfaction.
(Signed) JAS. R. ANDERSON.
?SulIivao Hardware. ?
Anderson, S. C. Belton, S. C. Greenville, S. C.
Coat Suits, Coats, Dresses,
Skirts and Waists
We Are IT!
Our MILLINERY DEPART
MENT is the Talk of the Towri
We Sell Gossard Corsets, Warner's
Corsets, Thompson Corsets
"Thc Trey O'Hearts"
AT THE BIJOU
Matinee. . 5c
Night ... 5 and 10c
.'tating quite firmly that if they became
drunk he would recomtnend a sentence
of fifteen Tear? la the penitentiary.
"If the conduct of the Germon sol
diers at ali,, ll is on the side of a too
complete subordination, lt. ls impos
sible for anyone who has -won much of
the German system to believe ta the
tales of deliberate depredations and
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MARBLE LOAF RAISIN LOAF
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PRICE 10C EACH
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the clearest of bakeries, wrapped in oiled paper and
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