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VOLUME 1, NUMBER 342. rTeeUy, E.tabUshed i860; D?fljr, Janis, ?1?. ANDERSON, S. C, SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 1, 1914. $5.00 PER ANNUM PRICE FIVE CENTS
WAR DECLARED BETWEEN TURKEY AND RUSSIA
DRAW 6RAND UNO PE7?1
JURORS ARE SELEOTEi)
GRAND JURORS FOR YEAR
Of Abbeville Will Preside Over
Criminal Court Conveaing
Monday, February Itt.
, The Jury commissioners tor Ander
son county met yesterday morning at
tho 'court house and drew i,2 grind
Jurors to serve during the year ?.P1G
and 3fc petld Jurors to serve during the
first week pf the winter term or the
court of gihoral ses1 ..'ons, which will
bo convent here femday, February
I, with Judas Frank <Mry of Abbeville
This will |be Judge Gary's flrst* ap
pearance on the bench in Anderson
county since bis election to the posi
tion of circuit Judfc-e.
Tke ?rand Jurors.
Tho grand'Jurors drawn are as fol
G. W. Labtson, Centervillc,
J. D. EabtvFork.
C. M./Roh?ns, Garvin.
J. J. Finley, Hall.
^ Wade A. Watson, Hopewell.
Jas. M. Pruitt, Martin. >
.W. R. Chunblee, Rock Mills.
Jas. A. Winter, Savannah.
C. C. 4pnes, Varpnncs.
J. Walke; HoUlday, Willlaraston.
.W. L. Mouchett, Corner
J& R. Parker, Belton.
Six members ot the old grand Jury
who wl|l hold wer this year are as
ft. W. Trlhbie, Anderson.
D. Cj;Brown, Anderson.
. Jas. R. Anderson, Broadaway.
T. J. Clatwprthy. Honea Path.
W. a Mauldln, Brushy Creek.
H. J. Marlin. Pendleton.
J. lt. Massey, Brushy Creek.
F. C..Bowen, Hell.
J. H. Jjir.-on, V?rennos.
B. M. At.;j, Pendleton .
R. W. Parker, Varennes.
J. W. Sanders, Pendleton.
John W. Linley, Anderson.
W. F, MattiBon. Belton.
B, A. Wlloou, Pendleton.
J. N. Owens, Williamston.
E. Lee Owens, Oarvln.
ttl H. Tripp. Brushy .Creek.
John B, Adger, Belton.
U F. Kay, Honea Path.
T.- F, Ash loy, Martin.
J.' C- Busby, Rock Milla-i
aaBga?Sfipuui?, r.jiHatusi?s. '
L.' H. J?nneon, uetoa.
NI S. Rectos, Garvin.
;. Brav her, Martin.
W. C. King, Fork.
V?, C.- Woods, Honea Path.
, Ml At Sullivan. Fork.
;jW;. P. McClellan, Anderson.
y ?j F. Eagle, Conterville.
S;C. Bssm, Williamston.
?VC, C. Dargan, Anderson.
P. 13. Spoon, Corner.
'E. P. Gam brell, E jada way.
-J?. ??. Spoafiiittii, Brushy Creek.
Guy N. Norris, Varcnne^
C. R. Johnson, V?rennos.
Arthur Rbpdy, Hopewell.
W. L. Perry, Centerville.
4. H. Wright, Rock Mills.
Ti L. Little, savannah.
HOW TO CURE A LA GRIPPE
"Coughe that hang on" demand
treatment. Stop and think! Reason
md common sense tel! you that lt ia
tolly to "grin and bear it." Those
rackingJa grippe coughs that wrench
U??T. muy ?nu Cnuse BOrcnesS Bh?
palnte in the lungs yield more quickly
io Foley's. Honey and Tar Jinan to any
jther treatment. Forty years' .record
>f sncccseas proves thia. For
soughs; colds, croup and other dis
tressing ailments o? throat, thest,
upg*s. Is^yuxand bronchial tubes, you
jan find' nothing that wlli compare
sith this reliable, remedy.--Sold ty
Brans Phanaecj .
VOLUME 1, NUMBER 342. rTeeUy, E.tabUshed i860; D?fljr, Janis, ?1?. ANDERSON, S. C, SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 1, 1914. $5.00 PER ANNUM PRICE FIVE CENTS
WAR DECLARED BETWEEN TURKEY AND RUSSIA
* ELECTRIC CF!
* feen* ?I istarett ?nd Pena
? Wir?!?? o? ifro?
For UM Beatttat*.
Special collections for the relief e
the dcBtitute people to the cltjr e
Anderson were taken yesterday fi
imf?mfUi .the churches of Anderson
Three Ouurohes, two of which an
colored, fr ported yesterday to Gen
orai Secretary Burnett .ot the Ander
son Relief Association tho amount
that had been subscribed by them
Oe? colorea church reported that fl
had been taken and another chu vd
reported a collection of (3.20. One 0
the mill churches report?^ a coll?e
tion of something over $'?.
Bet Two Casca
But two cases were before Record
er Russel yesterday noon when po
Hoe court waa convened. The fae
that but two sxfestswere made be
tween noon Saturday and noon yes
t?rday, dB boure, speaks mighty wei
for the order of the etty. Ben Drak<
wa* before the recorder ou charg?)
of loud ?wearing and disorderly con
duct He was fined |6. Andre?
Jones, a familiar character ,in th<
police court, was up on the same ol?
charge, that of drunkenness. He wai
sentenced to pay a fine of 18 or serv<
10 days on the gang.
Definite Bate Fer*1*
It was announced yesterday that i
def-nite" date had been set for th?
holding lu Anderson of the wlntei
music festival. The attraction will
be here March io, 17 and 18, practi
cally ono month after the schodu?ed
opening' or the now Anderson theatre
Kany Andereon people are looklnj
foi ward with keen anticip?t.
pl? asure-to-this event.
Owl Brag Co. Is
Soring in Goods.
Work of. removing the . stock ol
goode from tho defunct establtahmeni
of E. C. Lewis to. the Owl Drug Co.,
purchasers .of the stock st the rece??
auction held by the trustee, was be
gun yesterday., The stock of good? ii
fresh,', all having been purchased
since last August. '
Went te WiiUaneftioR.
County Superintendent of EducatSs!
J. B. Felton went to WinikmstosjtQ??!
terday morning for the purpose ol
conferring with the trustees of the
.school there with reference to thc
j pur . osee of laboratory equipment
' for the school. ^The trustees decid?
LO purchase something like $100 worth
of equipment for. the institution.
Miss Aaple Laurie Hammett ol
Greenville is speeding a few daya in
the city add ia aasiatirg County Su
perintendent-of Education J. B. Fel
ton in his offloe. fiflss'Hammett's fath
er, the Rev, W. D riammm. is pas
tor of Flat Rock r%tot?8t church and
the First Street baptist church ol
Wllliametoo, both Br this county.
J edge Broadwel I.
But two casos were Iwfora Magis
trate W. C. Broad'vell yesterday, g
dismissal of tho charges being ordert
od in each instance, Grace Shirley
and John, better known as "Glhiiet'i
Derrick, were before the magistrate
on charges of disorderly co?duct ot
ihe public highway, it having beor
alleged that the disturbance occurret
oser tho Townsend Twins Mill at :
o'clock Sunday morning.
John Thompson is
/y^,1f>?:Aa>UB4.._ .,v. j
xne friends ?ti
cashier of tho Southern
phone Compnn" s io
pleased tc learn that ht? has recorrer]
ed sufficiently, from a recent iiluesq
to be at his desk again. A month
ago Mxr Thompson underwent nn'op^
oration for appendicitis et the Awrier*
ion County hosoltal. He -Was ?in\
l'hurged ?(nie tsp days ago end went
to his. father's homo to recuperate;
Yesterday morning he ?SJ able is re-^
turn to hie desk et tba telephone
building on Weat Whitner strait, j
Aroora Sleet ' f.:|
Outee** Today. -' j
Thfejanuua^ u^tiai; ci t?t? Ah?et^j
held tod?y- at ll o'clock at the courij
house. It ta probable thsf the meow
lng vr/Jl be well attended, SB this in
j?ney"' Negree? Seek ;
.j Jen*? en tfee' Stwet.
As the resit lt of an announcem?aij
some days ago hy the mayor that it
bad been decided to cut the wagen'?
th? street forcee 2o per cent, and eon
large th* number o? men employed M
[36 per cent,, effective yeeierday morn-1
I tag, some three dosen ,er more ne-j
Mention Caught Ovar UM *
of Andenos *
Be po rt?
j News has reached Anderson by let
er of the death of Charlie Martin,
rho took bia life at his home In the
ite of Arkansas some days ago. He
is a SOB of the late Capt. Jesse Mar
of the Roberts section, and left
lderson County some 25 years ago.
has many relatives in this county,
svefal weeks ago. lt is stated, he fell
:m a ladder and received injuries
his besd from which he did not
illy recover, and it is believbd that
took bis life while temporarily
(entally deranged as a result of this
Pursuant to a resolution of city
mn eil adopted in Deoembcr that on
?uary 10, 1915, payment of bills al
rendered by the Southern Pub
Utilities Company for water and
|ghts bs made, a voucher was sent
tbe company yesterday for Si,
.88, which settles all accounts be
reen the city and the company for
prvlcer rendered uo to the first of
tnuary, 1915. On December 10 conn
el ordered payment of bills for N'o
fcmber on the scale of prices exist
|g under th. old franchise. The dlf
rence In the bill for service ss ren
under the new franchise was
(80.04. The voucher sent yesterdsy
the com pan v was In payment in
of bills rendered as follows:
dance due on bills rendered
[December 10.$ 180.04
rentals December ... 590.00 !
inter for sewerage, etc. ... 103.H5
city hall . ... 13.12
cht8 rentals December _1,018.83
ts city ball. 26.78
ipplng main . ' 1.60]
rhedule of MJHS VT. M.
?arlington This Week.
Jefore leaving yesterday for a visit!
the school at Concord, Miss Maggie.
Carlington, county supervisor bf
?ral < schools, gaw* out the following
ncrnry Which she will endeavor to
How thu week:
Tuesday morning. Oak Hill.
iffiday afternoon, Concrete.
[Wednesday morning, St. Paul.
Wednesday afternoon. Airy Springs.
[Thursday morning. Mt. Springs.
?Thursday afternoon. Rock Mills.
IFrlday morning. Oak Grove.
?Friday afternoon. Fairview.
, . i "o ??*?
fliswg reached A?de-rsoo yesterday
tho critical illness of William Bolt
LU ho;*, 5 S ir.??cs sreet ci th- ?fy
is some 85 years of age and his
ices of recovery from the severe
of la grippe which he ls s uf
are doubtful. He has been IK
four days and most of the time bas
m unconscious. Members of tho
illy are prepared for the worst,
have gathered at the bedside. He
four children. Mrs. Joseph Busby
his county,- Mrs. George Gaines of
on,. Mr?. Arthur Caines of Belton,
rs. Arthur Buchanan of Autun, Mrs.
E. Stevenson of Lavonla, Ga. Fire
lief Jackson and MY. Sam Jackson
Anderson arc grandsons.
Meets This Afternoon.
[The Elementary Union will meet
Its afternoon at 4 o'clock at Central
sbyterian church. The program
waa previously published will
carried out AU interested In ele
sntary work are cordially invited
attend the meeting this afternoon
ag Work cn
I J. C. Crulkshanks, engineer for the
tiarleston & Western Carolina Rail
was in Anderson yesterday for
purpose of inspecting work on
?ie concrets retaining wall which ls
clag 1 stilt around a part of the ter
la* Uk? cold cream to subdue
irritation and clear
king ?at cr irritation es th*
. lees ead body when seeoa>
' itching, or when th? skia hi
and ' feverish, can be readily over
i by applying a little. bold-sulphur,
a noted dermatologist.
?forms us that bold-sulphur In
allays ike angry ItetdUff and
and soothes and IMUS tbs
tbt up leaving the skin etesr
i. Bold-sulphur bs* occupied
position for mawr years ht
?.estaient et cutaneous disorders ba
ot lis pexaait? dsetiwytog prop
Nothing SM *v*r be? found to
ito plans In treating- the irritable
. isflsoMrissfwy skin agent ion? ' Walk
thing a^PemsMBt ?ore
HMgA lrom *
gist sn ounos of bold-sulphur, witt
plied io the affected parts itt ike I
manner ?s m ?rdtnary cold
isn't annie***vt and tb? prom
rii.J.. pcrtluularly ia nA\vf;
re?; vere welcome* irV"7".
The progress of modern medical
selene? ls, perhaps, no more force
fully evident than In the simplify
ing of many of the old time re
medies of psst generations. For
instance, the harsh cathartics and
violent purgatives used by our
forefathers to relieve constipation
are now known to be not only un
necessary but. really harmful.
Constipation can be more effec
tively relieved without the dis
comfort and pain these old-time
A combination of simple lazstive
herbs with pepsin, sold In drug
stores under the name of Dr. Cald
well's Syrup Pepsin is most ef
fective, 'yet mild and pleasant. It
1B absolutely free from opiates and
narcotics and equally as desirable
a remedy for the tiniest babe ar
for rugged manhood. A free trial
bottle can be obtained by wrlttn>
to Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 412 Wash
ington St., Monticello, Ills.
mlnal site of thu road. Work of dig
ging the trenches for the foundations
of the walls waa begun several days
ago, but owing to the Inclemency ot
the weather little progress has been
made so fsr.
Has Been Postponed.
The - meeting of the Wesley Phll
athes claas lo have been held at the
home ot Mrs. John B. Humbert, South
Main street, Tuesday, has been l?de?
New Pastor of
The new pastor of the Second. Bap
tist church, the Rei) James A. An
derson, formally took over his new
duties yesterday morning. A large
congregation was out to hear the ne\
pastor, the congregation of Bethel
Methodist church meeting for this
service with the Baptists. The new
pastor addressed the congregation
briefly, outlining his work among the
people and bespeaking their earnest
cooperation. He spoke from the test
Matt. 2:10: "When the wise men ot
the East saw the star they rejoiced
with exceeding great Joy." Sunday
night the new pastor and the deacons
mst tor the purpose ot outlining thc
work. At 7.30 Mr. Anderson again
preached to the congregations of his
church and Bethel church. The Rev. I
S. W. Danner, patter ot Rethol church,
was present along with scores of
others of hts congregation.
Members of the Anderson County
delegation to the general assembly
left- yesterday for Columbia to take
their seats today wjon the convening
of the legislature. Realizing that An?
.ierson haa sent an unusually strong
delegation t- Columbia, citlsecs of
this county are expecting to "hear
from" them during the deliberations
of the lawmakers. Just where all
members of the local delegation will
.Uop while in Columbia ls not known,
but Senator J. L. Sherard will have
blr headquarters at the Jefferson ho
ttl.?,;/,:," .. -.
Schools In New Office,
By the end of the week, very prob
ably. Superintendent E. C. McCants of
the city schools will be en scon od In his
new offices in the new Ltgoh AV Led
better fireproof building. A suite Jf
rooms has been leased for the pur
pose end Mr. McCante expects to
move in some time this week. For
the past year he baa bad an office
over Parker & Bolt's store, adjoinina
the office of Magistrate Broad well.
For two or three years prior to that
Mr. McCants had his omces at one of
the achool buildings, sad prior to that
he was established over the storeroom ;
of Webb & Webb. The new otb ?9? in
the Ligen & Le?better. building are
among the nicest In the city and quite
a credit to Anderson. Mr. McCants*
offices will ba on the second floor of
the building, towards the rear.
Nattie of C?y
Dead la Greenville.
Older citizens of Anderson who re
member T. W. Barr, a native of this I
county. Will regret to learn of bia
death, which occurred 8unday. even
ing in O reen viile. where he had made j
bis home for the past 40 yean. He
wa? ?resident of tile Ban- l??rd.ri?* ?
Company, of that city. He had been i
ill fer vhs rast ll months. Hs wea
boru la Andersos County In ?$67. Ir?
1?57 he waa married to Miss sala
Stewart who together with eight chil
dren, survive, four sons and four
daughters. Ha I? also survived by
his aced'father. O. D. Barr, and two
brothers, Geo. T. and L. L. Barr, ana
two Meters, Mia. J. W. Lysant shd
Mrs. J. N. Wilkinson, of Soochow,
BEELKCTKB PRESIDENT ,
Southeastern Lite Bund red Thousand
' Dellar ann,
The annual meeting of the agenta of
the Southeastern Life Insurance
Company wee held In Greenville
Tbitrrday and Friday. January 7th
The members of the Hundred
Thousand Dollar Club held their
meeting Thursday .??-ht at which
meeting Kr. Horace J, McGee of An->
darcee waa reelected president of the
club, ky reason of the fact that he had
paid for more business tn 1914 than
nay other agent of the company in the
Stnks; bf*-personal paid for business
amounting to $175.084.
Ur. Geo. V. Speer of the Anderson
agency alfco -etatns his membership
In th Hundred Thousand Dollar
aab, inasmuch as his personal paid
for business amount* to 1111.584.
Tho company has ha? a very suc
fu? year, although condition?
kare not been favorable. , , * .
J. HAMEY HUGHES SUC
CUMBS TO ILLNESS YES
TERDAY AT WALHALLA
At His Home-Interment VVH1
Be at WeJhalla-Long in the
J. Karney Hughes, for the past 21
years an engineer in the employ of
the Blue Ridge Railway, died yes
terday morning at 2 o'clock at bis
home in Walhalla of an illness which
Heired hun Saturday, night after leav.
mg Anderson at his regular post at
the throttle ot the passenger train.
Hie funeral services will be held this
morning at ll o'clock at Walhalla,
conducted by the Rev. George M.
Wilcox, after which the remains will
be laid.to rest in Westview ceme
tery. Capt J. R. Anderson, super
intendent of the Blue Ridge Railroad,
who brought Mr. Hughes to this road
in 1884, will be one of the pall-bear
ers. Other employes of tho Blue
Ridge Railroad will go from this city
to attend the funeral services.
Was Feeling Unwell.
Last Saturday, Mr. Hughes com
plained of not feeling well. In feet,
lt ls stated that Mrs. Hughes urged
him not to go to work that day, but
so loyal to service was the enclnoer
that he went in spite of hts aliment
and performed his duties as usual.
He left Anderson Saturday even
log about d o'clock for Walhalla at
the throttle of the new engine draw.
lng the passenger .train. He was tak
en sick after leaving Pendleton, and
when the train reached Seneca river
the engine waa stopped while some
one went to the house of a section
foreman living near to get some modi
cine to relieve the engineer's Butter
ing. In the meantime he was taken
into the baggage car, where members
Ot the crew gave him what treatment
they could under the circumstances
The fireman. Jurd Chambers, ran the
.engine or. to Seneca, where physi
cians were summoned to attend Mr
Hughes. The engineer was too Ul to
be taken from the train at Seneca,
so was taken on to bis home at Wal
halla, where he lingered until Mon
lay morning at 2 o'clock, when he
breathed his last
Long in Service.
Mr. Hughes wsa born io Abbevlllr
county about 46 years ago. Karly ii
Ute be began work on the railroads
When the Southern Railroad was or
ganized sod took over the old lUch
mond ft Danville Railroad, M
Hughes was taken. oft that system,
where he mid been funning w?~ year."
and sent to the Blue Ridge Railroad
Hs hid i^*-" rimnlnr on the Oreen
ville-CoiU'nbla division and ootwewi
Columbia and Walhalla....- As stated,
he was brought here by Capt Andei
son,-when the latter was placeu here
in August 1894 as superintendent of
the Bluo Ridge, coming here in No
vember or December after Capt, An
During the, 21 years he was connect,
ed with the Blue Ridge Mr. Hushes
ran a passenger engine. He was th<
oldest engineer in point of service on
the Bine Ridge and one of the most
valuable men In the service. . The
railroad, of course, feels his loss
keenly, and' realizes that his place
will be hard to ?IL
Engine Is Draped.
Tn 1892 Mr. Hughes was married to
Miss Nannie Maxwell, who survives
him. Hts was the hand of safety,
the throttle. He was known by al
most every man, woman and child be
tween Walhalla . and Belton. Thc
people who knew him trusted hun and
loved him. He lived a beautiful Ute
aa ah engineer, citizen and husband.
Out of respect for the dead engineer
the handsome new engine of which be
had been in charge oaly a few weeks
ls draped tn mourning. This emblem
will remain on the engine for a period
ot 30 days.
THE TAB SHOW
MAKES A HIT
. - .
The Tab Show on at the Palmetto
yeste'rdey and lsst night certainly
made a hit with the audience whlcn
braved the terrible weather ot the af
ter noon and ?ventas; however thom
whv> dbl ?tn, ateUMl that they ware well i
paid for coming ont; that Mr. Pihk
ston had given the people of And?.-ooL
this treek the very best show he hsd
over given thew; and tomi it certainly
was a wendar to thom how he could
show such a show for the money.
The trio of singers and the soloist
made a big blt, staging "It's a Long
Way to Tipperary;".they had to come
back and back again to respond to re
The two comedians were very
clever, sod taken all In all, the entire
show from every angle ls very good
indeed-much baiter than ls usually
seen at the price charged.
Kiss Your Coa! Stove
The gas stove Has the
coal stove beaten a mil
No wood to chop, no coal to car*
ry, no ashes to take up, carry
out, and sift, leaving a trail nf
dirt and dust from the stove all
the way out to the ash pit.
No fire to coax and cocl
jjle. No excess heat. No
Gas is a guarantee of the right
kind of a fire instantly for any
purpose whatever; and It's more
Anderson Gas Co.
j. M. McCown's Grocery
Oranges... ? ?> ..15c, 20 and 25c
Apples, per peck..40c
Raisins, 2 lbs......250
Nuts per lb... ... ..Z6c
Bananas. .. ... .. ... .15 and 20c
Cranberries . .10o qt
Prunes, 2 lbs....25c
Citron, per lb. .20o
National Biscuit Co/a Fruit Cake
at per pound. .5Qo
J. M. McCOWN
Phone Ito? 2ft.
muramT M ISIS
"?I." m ?wwaw->?y.
than you spond, Bltott
nate . extravagances,
Work, work, work-i
Work . intelligently.
Plan ( plain,pleasures,
Dress Simply, Save
Something. Put your
money to work. Pa"
promptly your ' prom
ises. Boost Instead ot
knock. Each pay . day
depoaR with the Sav
ings Department ot
Bank of Anderson
The Wrongest Bank ta
Most poor complexions are due to
sluggish, torpid livers, coneUpation
and other liver ills. A dose ot
Re Le Te
naou juit ur Turo r?tiriiis VT ll? uns?
up the Uver, carry off the excess of bUe
and cause an easy and natural move
ment of the bowels. It will not only
make ita good work felt in better
health-make yo? LOOK' wnii and
60 cents and 1.00 per bottle at
I your druggists.
' ! Manufactured and guaranteed by
i". i M., ? it H. i. win'p),
DAGGETT & RAMSDELL'S
PERt^Cr COLD ?REAiU
NatutV? hbtmm t>? m?o- ts? ?I?. ?Wotruy
??if*? *y ?Ml wr?fi1?ii ln-uy yvw b**?