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GOOD SHOES AT LOW PRICES
Gcisbcrg's Big Shoe Sale
W ELECTRIC Cm
* Items of Interest end Persone]
* Wireless on the Sb
. For Mop?.
,> A number of orders for rural routo
j|ens of Anderson county, which eua
"oe purchased from the government for
tho nominal sum of 20 cent? each,
bare been placed with the Chamber
of Commerce. Secretary Porter A,
Whaley stated yesterday thst he is
anxious to send the order off at once
and would like to have any others
desiring ms;>.-i send in their order*
. immediately. The maps show all
public roads, rural delivery routes,
post offices, dwelling houses, school
houses, churches ond streams.
stearn Heat Oe
la New Station.
The Btcam beatlog plant for the new
station ot the Blue Ridge Railroad has
been installed and the beat turned on,
indicating that Oils beautiful struc
ture ia nearing the finished stage? It
IS probable that the new ataUon wilt
be occupied about February 1. All de
partments of the Blue Ridge Railroad,
with the exception of the;freight de
* pot, will be quartered la the new
Z. V. Taylor Not
?'. Coming Here Now.
That President Z. V. Taylor of the
Southern Public Utiltios Company
and member ot the executive commit
tee ot thb" Piedmont and Northern
lines, will not com t anderson to
day, as had beer TT> ?ted and an
nounced, lc the .* - ~-tlon given
out her? yestero?, . F. Taylor,
the electrical engineer i.r the Pied
mont and Northern 'Lines, and other
<Ineers ot New York are expected
here, however. 'r.u.v object Of 0?e en
gineers's trip here is not known.
. Heed Recorded.
Auditor Winston Smith received
- yesterday from John B. King, ot WU
iaB.:;^, sn sailed! dsod to land
which his grandfather, J. D. King, bsd
purchased from Elijah Moore Octo
ber 1?, 1863. This lo tho oldest rec
ord ot-the kind the present auditor
has recorded. The. deed was for 43
acres of land, situated on Saluda
river, about a mile south of Pied
mont, tlie price paid being $139.75, or
about $3.25 per acre. Tho deed was
executed befo re the formation of An
derson county, the location being
given as/fr Anderson district. The
deed was drawn up by Joseph Cox,
presumably a Justice of the peace,
t w i .' w i ju iwewaoossoeseeaeeesos
lp what sukes onr business geed,
there and yonder, bet taking oar
month to month, yo? will Sod thi
We can supply your table witt
?tore In Anderson.
In addition to everything yon
Hog and Beef Brains* Liver Sans
Souse Meat, Liver, Yeal Chops am
Pork Sausoge, Hamberger ai
tors ?ai Fresh Fish.
LIVE AND DRESSED FOI LTE
You can help BS by 'phoning
r SPARKLETS *
l Mention Cnught Over the *
veto of Anderson *
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Secretary Fred M. Burnett of the c
Y. M. C. A. ia boosting the men's t;
mass meeting which will be held in V
tho courttiouse Sunday afternoon at r
3:30 o'clock, when Dr. B. W. Spll- s
man, Meld secretary of the educa-, a
Hon ul institutes of the Southern Bap-1 L
tint Convention, will speak. PoBters
and cards advertising the meeting
were placed yesterday In show win
dows of stores about the city.
la the Charge.
Charged with stealing 2 1-2 bushels
of ness from the barn of R. W. Park
er, a farmer some 7 mllcB south of the
ci'?y, Verge Hunter, colored, was sr
rested Thursday . ight by Deputy
Sheriff Olin Sanders and County De
tective w. B. Drennan and lodged In
tbe county Jail. The peas, lt ls al
leged, were sold to a merchant on
South Main street. The theft waa
committed last Tuesday night
Clasa on Monday.
The Senior Phllsthea Class of tho
First BaptlBt Church will hold its
regularly monthly business meeting
at 10 o'clock Sunday ' morang ' In tts
classroom at the church. The mem
bers are requested to go direct to thc
Local Council CC T.
IV 111 Mr ?>\ Tonight.
The r*igu.'nr meeting of Anderson
connel'. No. .'32.. .United. Commercial
Travelers, will be'held thia evening,
at 8 o'clock. .Important business ? f
will be transacted and all members
are urged to be pi ?sent. Visit in ,
members of the ordtr will bc cor
die Hy we'comed at tho meeting.
Mr. Newmsa Lasar, general mana
ger for the Southern States tor the
Fraternal Union, ls on an official
visit to Security- Lodge, of which
Senator J. L. Sherard ls president.
The general manager states that he
?? seeking new business and that he
ia beag knit hW writing applica
tions. The Fraternal Union has a
large membership in thia city.
Among the Anderson attorneys who
went to Columbia for the annual
Yea may gada a Utile aero,
goads all the way through, fresa
\t the quality and price cannot be
[ nore g *A things te eat than any
call for In table laxarles, we have
age, Spare Blas, Pork Chops and
t? Frankierter?, West Point Oys?
la year order early every mora
Iccting of the State Uar Asso- j jH
latton are Gen. M. L. Bonham, T. P.
Ickson, J. L. Sherard and 8. M.
folfe. The annual banquet of the
BHOclatlon waa held last night at the
efferson Hotel. The annual address
efore the association waa mad? yea
;rday afternoon by Charlea A. Doug
ie, of Washington, D. C.
W. B. Drennan and J. W. Kuilui,
o 'iny detectives for Anderson coun
1, am affected by the order whicli
taverner ^Manning issued Thursday
evoking the commissions of con
tables, special deputies, law agents
nd deputies in the State. Mr.
)rennan was appointed slightly leas
han 15 months ago by Governor
ileane ?lid worked in the city of An
eraon. Mr. Smith was appointed
rior.to Mr. Drennan and worked in
he town of Belton.
'o Name Another
Moyor Godfrey stated yesterday
hat city council will be called to
gether tn the near future to accept
he resignation of Mr.? Paul E.
Itephens as a member of the paving
omnilsslon and elect another to fill
ila place. Among those being men
toned for the vacant- are: p. "E.
Mlnkscales, A. A. Mi id, Jas. F.
ihumate, John Ti. * >i .Bon, E. P.
'andlver, Geo M. Tolly, A. 8. Farmer,
J. Osea? iJeaa, Leon L. Rice, F. Blair
brayton, D. A. Ledbetter, J. D. Brown,
5. W. Brown, G. B. Townsend, D. C.
Charged with cruelty to anim?la, a
legro, Jim .Cunningham, will be
wrought before Recorder Russell ot
mon today. The negro waa' arrested
ceterday on complaint of ' several
louth Main street residents, woh
itate that they saw the ne'?ro bedi
ng the mules while they nero strusr
rllng to pull through the mud o
vag?n loaded with three bales of cot
er. The negro drove ino mules from
dr. James McGee v. piece, several
niles to the of Starr, and when
irrcatevi inst, he did not know he waa
loU'.ing any law In beating them to
nake them, poll. Police state that
tumerous complainte have come to
hem or drivers beating horses and
nules, because they have difficulty In
miling through the muddy streets,
ind that they are going to enforce tho
irdlnance against this practice.
Tba Belgians. ? , -
Mr. Lao G. Holleman, who has
:har|e of the Belgian Relief contribu
ions in this county, yesterday ship
)ed t> Charleston a largo COBO of
.anne?! tomatoes and about $26 in
woh; At Charleston the*contributions
sill br, loaded on a ship which will
(oil front there for Belgium eorly in
-:_. / .
LYNCHING IN GEORGIA
Negro Charged With Murdering Farm,
er Taken Fro? Sheriff of Karly
ARLINGTON. Ga., Jan. 22.-Peter
Morris, a negro charged with the mur
der of J; E. Lewie, a farmer, near
aero, was token from the sheriff of
Early County by a mob late last
night and lynched. Tho negro, had
been arrested and was being taken to,
|a>ll. The mob intercepted the sheriff,
aowerer. and overpowering the officer,
took his prisoner away.
KEEPNG IN GOOD CONDITION,
Many people suffer from indigestion
md constipation and do not know it.
A feeling of dullneo?s and languid
ness, bitter taste in the mouth, heed,
sobe, bilious fever-moat of those
conditions when you "are not sick,
but dont feel right"-can , be traced
to sluggish bowels and toroid liver.
Foley CeJhartle Tableta cleanse tho
system, arouse Ute liver, banish in
digestion and make you ''feet good eil
over"-light, energetic add ambitious.
Sold by Bvaaa Pharmacy.
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?WT". TTWTTfTTT?TTT'l'l WW
J. D. Withers of Greenvile was
tong the visitors in the city yester
W. T. A. Sherard of Iva was In the
.y yestr;aa> for a short while.
Frit7 Watson pf the country wss
nong the visitors In the city yester
.y. . .. -
Lee Owens of Pendleton was.in}the
ty yes'.erdsy for a short while, j
Earle Watson of the country was
vintor in the city yesterday.
r? M. Duckworth ?of the Lebanon.
ction spent yesterday In the city.
J. C. Pinson of Honea Path was
nong -the visitors tn the city yester
T. A. Weir o? iva waa tn the city yes
l?Jry on business.
Willie Broadwell of Lowndesville
as a nong the "isi?ors in the city
J. W. Hall of Ita was in the city
sterday for a short white.
Clyde Green of Belton waa among
e visitors in the city yesterday.
Dr. J. P. Anderson of Antrevllle
icm a short whits in the city yes ter
Jbhn Finley o? the .Mountain Creek
ction was in tho city yesterday.
Ed McAllister of tfe?<sr was among
e visitors in the ch>r yesterday.
J. B. Stegga of the Emerson's Bridge
ction waa a visitor tn the city yes
Mr. and Mrs. Winiam Muldrow have
iturned from a short visit to Colum
Mr. r.ud Mrs. J. M.* Hammond of
niianioicr. ivjere sutler* in the city
E. Lee O wena of Pendleton was a
Hitor In the city yesterday.
'Don Scott, who has been vlaitiug
ls slater. Mrs. Charin* Causev, has
.turned to his home In Iraham, M. C.
Mra. Clarence Sullivan Has retara
I from a visit to her mother, Mrs.
ort, of Gaffney.
Mrs. Charles Gauss has returned
>. h?r home In Augusta after a short
Islt to Mrs. Earle Barton.
Misa Fay Eskew of Knoxville. Tenn.,
i visiting at the home of Mrs. Lelia
Mrs. Darwin Reid of Sandy Springa
ma among the visitors in Ahe city
Mr. and Mrs. Amar?an Hall have re.
tined fromm trip to Columbia.
Mrs. John R. Anderson ia spending
iveral days in Atienta.
Mrs. Lissie Sullivan has gone to
lerida where she wm spend several
[rs. McClain's Experience With
"When my hoy, Ray, Was small he
as ubject to croup, sad X was arerays
I arm ed at such times., Chamhcr
dtt's Cough Remedy proved far bet
tr^than any other tor this trouble.
always relieved him quickly. I
tn never without lt ia the house for
know it is a positifs cure for
roup." writes Mrs. W. R. McClain,
ieirsvllte. Pa. For sale by all
ABS. LOU J. M'FALL
HAS FALLEN ON SLEEP
MED LAST EVENING AT 7:30
O'CLOCK AT RESIDENCE:
OF HER DAUGHTER
Vas Eldest of Six Daughters of
IUte Milford Burra*-A
Mrs. Lou J. McFall. relict of the
ate Dr. James McFall, died last
yening at 7:30 o'clock at the res!
euee oilier daughter, Mrs. L. M. HiU
ouse on Elizabeth street, after nu'
lineas of several days duration. The
un?ral services will be held Sunday
fte moon at 4 o'clock, at the real
en ce. Other details as to the funeral
er rices will be announced leter.
She waa the eldest of six daughters
f ?he late Milford and Lavinia Hall
iurrisB, being born about the year
844 She and Dr. McFall lived in
irkansas for a short, while after their
larriage, returning to Anderson
/herc they continued to make their
onie. Of this union 11 children
/ere born, Ave of whom are dead. The
Iving children are: Malcolm T. Mc
all, Mrs. Vonnie Rigby and Mrs. Lula
lillhouse of this city; J. Clarence and
'rank B. McFall of Danville, Va., and
S\ Harold McFall of Hart avilie.
There are but two of the six sisters
aft; these being Mrs. Lizzie Cater 'of
his city and Mrs. Vaahti Keys .of
Ireenville, widow of the late W. W.
leys, co-editor with the late A. J. S.
Thomas of the "Baptist Courier. The
taters of Mrs. McFall who preceded
ter lo Ute g. ave are: Mrs. Themas BN
kyer. who died at Macon; Mrs. Annie
'lark, who made her home In this
tty, and Mrs. Effie Johnstone, the first
rife of Dr. A. P. Johnstone, who livod
n this city.
Mrs. McFall was born some three
niles ??'ith of the city. In early life
?ho joined, tbs Baptist. church, and
or a number of years was a devoted
ueaiber of the First Baptist church
if this city. Some four years ego she
sustained a fall while attending a
neeting of one. of tho church societies,
ind from the effects of this she never
olly recovered. Some two or throe
reeks ago she bogan to sink rapidly,
md the end was' not unexpected.
The beautiful ?nd exemplary life
>f this "mother m iBraei" is weil
tnown to a wide circle of sorrowing
riends. She was the ideal mother, If
me ever lived on thu earth, and lt
ivas in the home that the loveliness
it her beautiful character shone
^rightest. Even tempered, quiet la
nan uer. her face over lighted by the
?oft and tender radiance from a mind
:hat through pure thoughts and a
leart that never felt aught but klnd
leas, Mrs. McFall endeared herself to
?1 whom she came in contact during
1er Journey through thia life.
She belonged to the- groot Durrlss
Family, one of the largest and most
prominent os well aa one of tho old
rat lu the State. At one of. the re
unions of this family, held in 1906,
Mrs. McFall read a paper that dealt
svlth her father. One sentence of this
>aper is recalled and typifies the con
septlon of life which was hers. She
lad been speaking ot the six daugh
ters of ber father, and in referring to
the three who were left and what
they wore about sold: "Doing as our
forefathers did, raising our families
sad' trying to impress their ?. minda
with Oie good of making ready for the
treat reunion that is awaiting os on
the. other ?ide of the river."
The friends of Mr. and Mrs. Bvxtcr
Hodge? of Iva will regret to Ie*rn
that they are to moro to Florida Mr.
Hodges will go into business in that
Ches Davis Musical Comedy
n? v 12 PEOPLE 12
"THE BEAUTIFUL DOLL"
Farce Comedy. ?
MOVIES FOR TODAY
'BRONCHO BILLY REWARDED"
"THE EXPRESS MESSENGER"
2 Reel Knlem Western.
mancial Statement As? To
Intelligencer Relief Work
AU bills contracted In connection
Ita the" reitet work done among the '
sstitute cf Anderson by The Dally In
Uigencer prior to the organisation of
e Anderson Relief Association hav
g boen settled, a statement ot re
?lpt2 and expenditures for the period
lat this work waa carried on by thia
.per ia published below for the in
sulation of those, interested.
Contributions in cash to the amount
! $60.25 were received, and a similar
uount was paid out, leaving noth
.g on hand.
The statement of' contributions and
sbursementa is as follows:
ec. 21 Intelligencer .$1.00
ec. 22 Mea. Clarence Osborne.50
ec. 22 Rsv. and Mrs. T. C.
ec. 22 D. H. Russel and friends. .1.00
ec. .22 J. 8. Sargent.4.00
ec. 23 T. A. Graham.1.00
ec. 23 D. M. Meyfleld.60
ec. 23 H. B. Harper . 1.00
?O'. 2? B. O. Evana. 6.00
eel 94 Mrs. A. L. Smothers .... .50
ec. 2,4 Mrs. Geiger . 50
ec..^4 Cash .. . .. B.00
ec. 24 . . 1.00
ec, 24 Caah .25
ec. 24 Mrs. L. A. Sharpe.50
ec. 24 Mra. C. E. Cobb.60
ec 24 N. B. Sharpe.50
ec. 24 Cash. ... ,50
ec 24 Cash .. 1.00
ec. 24 J. L. Aull . ....1.00
ec. 24 Miss M. Evans. .60
ec. 24.Mrs. Geo. Evana. l.flS
ec: 24 Ci->..LOO
ec 26 Cs'ii..,.50
ec. 2* Cash. .. .50
.sc 80 " Sash .2.48
?c. 81 Mrs. J. B. Felton . l.eQ
Jan 1 Cash. 1.00
Jan. 2 G. C, Brown. 3.00
Jan 2 G. Cullen Sullivan .... ... .16.00
Jan. 2 Cash.50
Jsn. 4 Christian Church.7.22
Jan; 5 Cash. .:.. .25
- Total .._ ........i,', $60.25
Dec. 23 Coal .$4.25
Dec 24 Coal.,.-..?.75
Dec ?4 Coal. . 2.75
Dec 24 Groceries. 3.75
Dec 24 Groceries. 2.85
Dec. 24 Groceries.40
Dec. 39 Clothing . 5.33
Dec 28 Coal.2.75
Dec 80 Groceries.2.50
Dec 31 Coal .2.75
Jan 2 Groceries .. ..1.15
Jan. 2 Fuel .3.25
Jau. 4 Groceries..... i. 2.36
Jan. 4 Groceries.? 2.00
Jan. 7 Groceries. 2.05
frjan: 7 Groceries. i.00
Jan. P Croceries ... .75
Jt-ni ll Groceries. : 1J6B
Jaa. 13 Groceries. 2M
Jj>n, 19 "Groceries. 6.72
Jan. 19 Clothing.. . . IJ?O
Jan. 21 Groceries. 5.55
CbajafceriaJe's Cough Remedy-The
; Mother's Favorite. .
'*! give Chamberlain's Cough Re
medy to my children when thfrjjiye:
colds or coughs," writes Mw, Verne,
5hacer. . Vandergrift, Pa, It, always
b<ip> them and ia far superior to any
oih?r cough medicne I have used. 1
advise anyone In need of audit a med
icine to give it a trial." For* sale
by ail dealers.
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