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Tele phone Company
Through Walter S. Healy, manager ii
of the Southern Hell Tolephone com- i
pany in Anderson, tliut company yea- <
terday pur? lia: rd a bale of COttCSl in <
Anderson at 10 cents per pound.
This 1H carrying out the Iden ol tho
company, ?nnnuneed u few days ago,
to purclniKe 200 bale? of cotton in tho.
States where the company operates. |l
Expert Grader Hus
Returned to Hosten. I
M. J. Goode, an expert cotton Krad- I
er from Boston, who hus been H pend- i
lng'several week-; in Ander* .n at i1!'! i
Equinox mill, ha? returned to hin':
honte In Boston. Mr. Goode carnell
here to assist in teaching one of the <
Equinox men the art of grading line
cloth goods. Since tho Equinox mill ?
got under way the mill lias discovered
that they did not have sufiiclent cot- !
tage? to house UH people and ac- :
cordlngly tho Townsnnd Lumber i
company is now putting np ll nice,
No Change In
Yesterday br. .?hi. aboiri no chango
in the local cotton market and
throughout the diy the lu st offering
made by loca, buyers was 6 3-4 cent?.
The small rise did not serve to tempt
many cotton planters and there was
no perceptible Increase In tho sales
yesterday. Although the Anderson
market ls now and has boen ull sea
son aa high nu any other market in
thia part of thc country, local cotton
people seem determine?! to hold on
to their product until 10 cents is
On Manes? Store.
Workmen were engaged yesterday
In removing tho old front from thc
building on Main street occupied bv
Maneas' Market house and a hand
somo new front will shortly be plac
ed in this building, while some re
painting wiri bo dono and the appear
ance of the place will bo improved.
Anderson Hoys to
Play In Greenwood.
Tho next game scheduled for the
Anderson High School football toam
is tho engagement with the Batley
Military. Instituto In Greenwood Sat
urday. Tho local boy3 say that they
do pot mind their defeat of Monday,
administered by the Wofford Fitting
school team, ami they are conildont.
that they will be ablo to win from
the "soldier boya" when they .play !
on tho Greenwood Hold. Melvin'
MoanF wl!i accompany the Anderson j
team In capacity of coach and he ox-1
poets to seo thc lofeal boys win.
Cot Wise Ja
!n the Hty.
Coi. I). H. Wise, from the office, of
the comptroller general, arYlved in
Anderson yesterday at noon and
straightway went to work on tho
books of tho county auditor end the?
county treasurer, preparing for the
. TODAYS PROGRAM
Till the Sands of the Desert Grow
Cold. -. .Eclair
2 reel Western heart throbbing
drama with Carol Holloway and,
Tho New Butler.Joker!
Th? Sharps Want a Flat. . Joker,
Coming tomorrow "The Trey
O'Hcaru" series No. 6, entitled
"The Crack O'Doiwn."
Coming Friday "European War
Scenes of the Conflict Now in
Coming Saturday "Love and Base.1
balL" 2 reel 101 Bison featuring
Christy Mathewson, f
With us, and then we will lend
The Former8 Lc
Combined Resources . Little ti
E. A. Smythe,
X. B. Sullivan,
J. F. Watet?,
J. n. Jlammatt,
H. A. Orr,
|I. J* Major,
Tho*. C. Jackson,
r SPARKLETS *
1 Merjtion Caught Over the *
ccU of / idcrson *
uir.ual settlement between I hose two
?IL'M'H. It is believed ttint thc settle
II? ii? this timo win b<- u fairly sim
ulo Ultlltor und that Ho y. e.it length
ii lima will be required for the State ?
jlficer to complete Iii? labor? here.
W-?y Provld? Mg ?
Feature Show Here.
One of thc probable features for
the next program to be given in this
pity by the Redpath Chautauqua will
bo "Thu Servant in tho llou.se." This
la one of the mont grlpp'ng plays be
ing pfosente<l In the United States at:
this time and If the Anderson people ,
eau arrange it they p'.an to have the
T'edpath bureau ?end that attraction
here for Chautauqua week. "The Ser-.
vant In the House." as presented by ?
Hod path, has a complete all-star cast,
and it will undoubtedly tuke well
with an Anderson audience If it can
he secured. The Redpath people are
now making un the programs for tho
cities In which they will have chau
tauquas during tho coming season.
lTfll Ilnve Charge
Of County Exhibit.
J. \V. Bothrock, county demonstra
tion agent of the Anderdon chamber
o' commerce, will Icavo tcrno-row
morning for Columbia where he goes
lo make preparations for the Ander
son county exhibit, to be shown in
Columbia front October 26 to October
Kl, while the State fair 1? li. progress.
Mr. Hothrock says that he expects
the -Anderson exhibit to be one of thc
best shown at the fair and he bc
'ieves that it will excite considera
ble Interest and attention from thc
visitors going tr. Columbia, lie la
c.omVvhat disappointed that no An
derson county livestock could be
rent l'or exhibition but this was made
mpossible because of thu cost of
transportation and tho fuct that the
stock can not be spared from the
fagins just at thiB time.
(Juinge Made in
Local Real Estate.
A deal was consummated yesterday
morning in Anderson between G. H.
Hallos nnd Or. EL C. l>ewls by walch
Mr Hallos becomes tho owner of tho
handsome store room which Dr. Law
IB recently completed ou the corner
of South Main and Church streets.
It io understood that Mr. Balles gave
tho Hillman building on Whltncr
street and a substantial sum in cash
for tho new building. Immediately
following the conclusion ot this deal,
tno Anderson Real Estate and In
vestment company sold tho Hillman
building on Whitncr street to Kylo
Shirley for $8,000.
?fir. Manning Will
Visit Helton Today.
A telegram wan received In Bolton
yesterday afternoon from Hon. Fich
an! I. Manning of Sumter, governor
elect of South Carolina, saying that
Mr. Manning would certainly be in
Belton today for tho annual Bolton
fair. Some days ago Mr. Manning
promised to come to Belton if possi
ble and later advlcea now apsure Bol
ton people that he will be there.
Belton people say that everything ls
in readiness for the biggest and host
fair they ever held.
Royston Has New
J. J.. Baldwin of tho firm o' Sayre
& Baldwin, Anderson architects,
went to Royston, Ga., yesterday to ac
cept a new school building JUBt erect
ed in Royston. The buitdtng cort
$30,000 and la one of tho most mod
ern -nd complete ever built In Geor
gia. It has modern heating and ven
tilating systems and there is a tele
phone in every room. Mr. Baldwin
says that it ic one of tho nicest.school
buildings his Arm ever designed.
'filling to Win a
"Billy" Branning, better known as
"Bicycle Bill" arrived in Anderson
yesterday on his .",-00 mlle ride on
a bicycle frotn Tampa, Pla., to New
York and San FtunclBco. The young
man is making the trip in an effort
to win a scholarship to Yale, offered
by. the New York Athletic club. His
time limit in which to make the trip
ia six months and he has now been
traveling 26 days and has traversed
842 miles of his long trip. He te rid
ing an Iver-Johnson coaster brake
bicycle and is earning his way along
the route , by selling post carda. He
says that ho 1B making splendid time
and that If the roads continue as
good as they have beep thus far and
he encounters only a fair amount of
bad weather he will win ont ' He
made the trip from Vacon to Atlan
ta, a distance of 103 miles In eleven
honrs and fifty minutes. The young
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you nu moy when you need it. j
)an t$f Trtist Co.
ON, S. C
?a Rise of One Million Dollars
Gao. W. Evans,
J. C. Barris,
Foster L. Brown,
J? B. Dont alt,
B. O* Witherspoon,
ruin is un ly 21 yearn of agc and is a I
?cry interesting and entertaining
To Exhibit Picture
The Anderson chamber, of com
merce lias received a picture of tho
chautauqua, which wa * held at Wit
liamston during the Bummer and wa?
known as the "alarmera Chautauqua.'1
The chamber of commerce plans to
have thia picture enlarged and to use
ii. for exhibition puriHises in thc
rooms of the local trades body.
tireen* We Also
A letter was received in Anderson
yesterday from H. II. Newton of Pol
zer, route 4, in which Mr. Newton
says that be has, made n canvapa of
al! thc farmers in his section ot
Greenville county and finds that they
are all very much Interested in Ute
plan for building a grain elevator i
here. The letter says that the
Greenville planters, If the elevator ls
built, will plant more grain next
year than they over did before and 1
will bring lt In to this city. Mr.
Newton urges that some doflnit
steps be taken. ?
C alhoun Wills ?~ !
In Fine Shape.
The stockholders of the Calhoun:
Cotton mills met yesterday at neon
lin the oflices of the mill, at which |
time the annual report was heard j
lund lt was found that the mill ls ln|<
splendid condition and all business.!
affairs are very stalsfactory to the
.board of directors. The stockholders '
entered Into an election of directors!
to serve dining the coming year and I
'the following were chosen: G. M. j
Whltln, George A. Draper. William
Whitman, \\. F. Cox, C. S. Sullivan,
J. P. Gossett and E. M. Lander. Fol
lowing the conclusion of the stock
holders' meeting, the board of direc
tors went into session and re-elect-?
cd J. P. Gossett president and E. M.
j Lander secretary. The local stock- j
I holders returned to tho city last
I night In automobiles.
For Mill People.
Prof. D. W. Daniel of Clemson col- |
lege will come to Anderson next
Sunday to deliver an address before
the people of the Orr mill village,
according to announcements mad?
yesterday from tho Anderson Y. M.
C. A. The lecture is to tie given in
the hall over the Orr mill store and
it ls probable that the attendance \
'wi?i be large. Prof. Daniel is a good,
speaker and he deserves a big I
'. crowd. It is the idea of the Y. M. C.
A. to secure a speaker for every Sun
day afternoon during the winter If
it be possible. I
To Meet in November.
South Carolina Methodists will
gather in Sumter on November 25
when the South Carolina Conference I
convenes. Rev. T. C. O'Dell, presid
ing older for this district, will be in
attendanco and will represent Ander
son at the conference. It ls proba
ble that the meeting will last for
fully a week and sonic of the most
prominent Methodists In tho South
.will be in attendance.
Two Were Given '
In Magistrate Broadwoll's court
yesterday two defendants wero ar
raigned and were given trial. Bow
man Roberta was ch-rged with ob
taining property under falso pre
tenses and also of disposing of mort
gaged property. He waa bound over
lo await trial at the next term of
the court cf general cessions and In
lieu of bond in the sum nf $200 in
each case, was committed to Jail. His
wife, Mariah Roberts, waa also
charged with obtaining goods under
false pretenses and ehe, too, was
bound ovor to court. Like her hus
band, she was not abie to furnish
bond and was sont to jail.
Anderson People Will Go m Num
bers to Belton Today to See
Every train leaving Anderson this
morning will be crowded with peo
ple going to Belton to attopd the
Fifth Annual Belton Fair. Indica
tions are that more people will bc
in Bolt?Q today than the fair ever
drew before and tho committees in
charge of the arrangemonta for the
affair are all weir pleased.
Last year over 12,000 people were
In Belton for the event but lt ls eon- I
fldently expected that this number'
will be Increased by some several1
hundred th lc year. j
One feature ot tho fair ls the fact
that everything ls free. There ia j
no general admission charged and'
thors la no charge for Inspecting any)
of the exhibits. j
' Very attractive rates will prevail t
over all railroads going into Belton!
and this will attract a number of
Tho hotels and cafes In Bolton
mada evory. possible preparation for
[taking care of the.crowds and In ad
dition tb this the ladles nf the Belton
Civic league plan to furnish dinner.
In thia way lt should oe possible io
furnish ?1! the visitors with good
' Belton extend?? a hearty invitation
to Oie publie to be present today.
ALL DAT SINGING.
' There will be an all-day singing at
Welcome church, neer Denver. Sun
day. Oct 25. Prof. John T. Mitford
will conduct the singing ead Profs.
Hale, Bolt, McKinney. Stevenson,
i Hombree and others will be press?t.
Bring books and well tilled baskets.
.The public ls cordially Invited.
J. O. HALL.
WHITE MAN KILLED BY
BLUE RIDGE RAILROAD
BODY HORRIBLY MASHED
As Work Train Was Running
From Anderson to Scene of
Wreck, Burdon Killed.
A Willie man named William Bur
ion was in. tautly killed Mond:<>
night about 10.30 o'clock when he
was run over by a work train on 'thc
Blue Ridge railroad. The body was
horribly mashed and mangled, thc left
leg being cut off and ground to
pieces, his skull fractured and face
cut in several '.placer, while th?
hones all over his body were brok
A wreck occurred on (he Blue
Ridge railroad between Anderson
and Pendleton Monday and ail dur
ing Monday afternoon the work train
consisting of an engine ad one flat
car, waa running between Anderscr
and the scene of tho wreck. Thc
train was in charge of Conductor I?
J. Fredericks while Engineer J. F.
Snipes was at the throttle.
According to the story told by tho
engineer and corroborated by the
other members of the train crew,
they had noticed a man beside the
track several times as tho train went
to and from Anderson and the en
glneer at one time opened the steam
valve of his engine as ho passed In
an endeavor to arouse the sleeping
man. He testified that this did
arouse the man and that be raised
up on one elbow and watched the
train go by and then fell back to the
ground.,.- This was the last the train
crew saw of him.
As the train approached the 121-2
mile post about 10:30 o'ciodk Mon
day night they felt the v. h cl s pass
ing over something but they all con
cluded that lt was a rock cr some
loose pnrth and they were not alarm
ed until a man coming Up the track
brought the news that a man was
dead on Jho track. They returned
with htm and found tbe body.
Coroner Hardin held an ino nest yes
terday morning at which time the
Jury returned a verdict to the effect
that tho deceased came to his death
as a result of carelessness and ex
onerated tho train crew of any
Burdon was a young man about 2f>
or 20 years of age and was well
known In this city. He lived on *'air
street iii- the EJquinox mill village
I with his father and mo'ber and wax
; known aa,"Six" Burdon. It Is knowr
that he drank at times and the gen
eral presumption is that he was in
The body was brought to the home
of his parents hore yesterday morn
ing and the funeral services were
held yesterday afternoon at 4
NEAR BY BANK HAD
TQ OLOSE ITS DOORS
STRENGENCY OF MONEY
MARKET WAS CAUSE
IN CALHOUN FALLS
\ j -
Directors of Institution Will Prob
ably Be Heavy Losers But De
positors Are Paid.
Visitors coming to Anderson yes
terday from Calhoun Falls reported
that the Eank of Calhoun Falls had
closed Its- doors and that the institu
tion will j go out of existence. Ac
cording to the account laid here of
the bank's troubles, '.e stringency
in the money market Just at this
time, coupled with tho loss sustain
ed by a shortage In thc accounts of
a former cashier, were too much for
the iustlUii&n ?nd ah? directors ami
officers of the bank found out that
they could no lon regkeep thoir heads
The officials of the bank announced
Monday that they would no longer
receive any deposits and shortly
thereafter, the doors of the place
This bank was six years ago es
tablished in Oalbaun Falls with B.
B. Goes oft aa president In Novem
ber, 1918. .?.# officers were elected
and at tl .) time of the bank going"
out of business tho folio win f direc
tors and officials were In charge: S.
J. Hester, pr?sident; W. D. Wilkin
son, cashier; 8. J. Hester, O. O.
Grant. C. H. Taylor, H. H. Hester
and' Thomas H. Russell as direc
lt is said that the directors are
tho principal stockholders and that
th BJ will be the ones to bear the loss
Incurred 'by thebank failure, since
all the depositors are to bs paid In
The capital stock of the bank was
$10,000, with a surplus of $1,800. De
posits are said to have amounted to
about $13,000 and the assets of the
institution, including the building,
amount to about $37.000 with liabil
ities aggregating $33.000.
I Anderson people will regret to hear
or this tallare, ?ince all of the men
interested ia the institution are well
known here and have a number of
friends tn Anderson.
1 - ' ":
M A ST Kit ALAN GOUDI.M;.
A little five-year-old who is capli- ,
vating Hie hearts of the ladles with lils
prettj songs ?uni dancing at the Pal
metto theatre this week.
MISS G ARLINGTON
Tells What Has Been Accomplish
ed Dur irs pr the First Month of
Tho following report of Miss Maggie
Garlington, county rural school su
pervisor, for the first month's work of
tho present session, was intended for
tho school page or The Intelligencer.
It will bc seen that Miss Garlington
has not been idle hat that she has
done a great deal of hard \ irk for thc
Bcbools of tho county.
Course of Study nnd Helps.
My first two weeks of (hin session
was taken up with the arranging of a
"Course of Study and Hr'ps" that I
had written during the summer. By
j the daily use of this little book I hopo
tho teachers of the county may have
Borne Bystem In the grading of the pu
pils and find some helps in teaching
the prescribed .courre of study. Each
subject was treated according to
grades. The table of contents is as fol
I. Opening Exercises,
'tl. Daily Program.
HI. Course of Study.
Drawing and Construction Work
?V. . Helps (and where to get them.)
V. Programs of Special Days.
VI. School Improvement Associa
The next school ws>rk to claim my
time waa" the remodeling of a room in
the court house for a teachers* rest
The room has been completed, and
many teachers and trustees have
shown their appreciation by using the
room each day. The following arti
cles were given by generous friends:
Rocking Chair. Anderson Furniture
Bookcase, G. F. Tolly & Son,
Rocking Chair, PeoploB* Furniture
Brass Jardinier, John A. Austin,
- ?teed waste Hanget, Kant's Book
Mirror and Frame, Messrs. Rast &
Paint and Aiabastine, Anderson
Paint & Color Co..
Centerpiece, Mrs. John Smith.
Pot Plant. Miss Oreen.
$2.00. John A. Hicks.
$50.00, J. E. Swearingen.
A tend ors' library is being added
tc lae rest room.
Ninety-two volumes have been pur
chased, and many of these were takes
out on opening day.
I have aided trustees In selecting
teachers and in purchasing of 'paint?
and school furniture.
Meetings have been bold with trus
tees and patrons whero now schools
are being built Six of these schools
are competing for state prises. >
. The following schools have been
Iva. Lebanon, WilHamston, Weal
Pelzer;- Oluke MH1, BeMom Hone?
Path end Long Branch.
MAGGIE M. CARLINGTON,
Supervisor Rural Schools.
It ls In men aa U soils where som?
times there te a vain of gold which UM
owner knows pr* cf .-Swift
?JILLY OF THE VA
" Vjta&raph--Turo rad ft
AMusical Comedy? bril
HOM ? OF
OWN IS A HOM
"You can't acqui
by working for i
You've Got \
FO R HOHES, S EE
NOW GET THE PO
man can't acquire wealth,-i
BUT IT DOES MEA
quire wealth, he must invest
A Home Should
Coroner Hardin Sranmoned to
Williams ton Yesterday by News
That Dead Negro Had
Coroner Hardin received a mes
sage yesterday at noon to the effect
that a dead negro had been found at
Williamston, a- -\ asking that he
come to Williat.Mton at once to hold
Yesterday morning friends and
neighbors of Eliza harten, a 'well
known negro woman of Williamston,
about 65 or 70 years of age, became
alarmed as to her whereabouts, since
she had not been hi the last few days,
and they went on a search for her.
When they entered her homo' they
found her stretched out on thc floor,
Coroner Hardin hoard thu testi
mony of Dr. W. T. Lander, which wws
to the effect that there were no mark?
of violence on the body and indica
tions were that the woman had come
to, her death In a natural manner.
Frenz the physician's, investigations
lt appeared to him that abe had.been
dead since Sunday and he gave it as
lils opinion that she came to her
j death from fatty degeneration ol thc
heart and other causes.
After hearing the statement of tue
physician the coroner decided that
nc inquest was necessary.
W. C. Robbins ot Buffalo and Al
bert Wa'.steln of Cincinnati, well
known jewelry salesmen, were in the
POLEY KIDNEY PHIS
?ONT BACKACHE KIDNEYS ANO 8LAD01?
LLEY'' I "KIDNAPPE
(ature. j Kalei
SOMETIMES IT WORKS"
RDI GRAS BEAUTIE
a toll of Itidkrotts situations, gejd* sin
?Terna of Pauline" No, 16 which Con
E iNorro ^ojL^
ire wealth J?3i?
doesn't mean a salaried
not at all.
r a salaried ( m an to ac
a part of his salary,
Be Your First
iVe receive Fish and
Oysters fresh EVERY
lay, but Sunday.
=or Monday* we will have som J
3xtra Nice Makerel and Trout,
Uso sofr?e* very Select Oysters,
md mixed bunch fish, too.
Your orders -will Be high
ly appreciated. . v . ?
McRelvey & Thomas
Phone No. 887.
Should be in every
foe usa who live ea a farm have
got to be heavy workers. And if
ion are heavy workers yoa require
eavy sleep and lots of lt.
For heavy sleep ts heavy works'
recreation and it's not always easy
for the heavy sleeper to get up
Teat's where Big Bea comen in.
? He rankes lt easy every morning.
Bia Bea b ? trnth.telllng and re.
liable alarm clock.
He gets yoa ap? Be. never falls.
See him In oar window tfee Bert
Um? yon/re 1B. iowa. Hear UM
g-s-ri jva geed morning. H? ls
r,t:? horlh meeting. Indeed.
H.KEESE &C0. i
Leading Jewelers I
ID WI INDIANS"
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