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CASES OF JUDGE FOWLER
GIVEN AT FIRST PRESBY.
FIRST CASE WAS
Verdict of $100 for Plaintiff in
; Case Cleveland Versus South
; ern Public Utilities Co.
What promises to be one of the most
interesting legal battles staged In the
court of common pleas for Anderson
County, in years is the 6 cases which
Judge J. S. Fowler has brou( At against
.jeveral insurance compa??a i for the
?recovery of insurance which they car.
tied on his large West Market street
garage which was burned several
months ago. The first of these cases
was called for trial yesterday after
noon at 3 o'clock, and throughout the
afternoon every lach of ground cover
ed In the trial was closely but not
bitterly fought. Bonham, Watkins &
Allen and C. E. Cooley of Anderson are
representing the plaintiff; whiie Smith,
Hammond & Smith, King & Spaulding,
of Atlanta, and Watkins & Prince, ot
Anderson, are representing the de
fendant companies, or at least the de
fendants in the case which uds called
for trial yesterday. ,
There Are G Cases.
Tiie case called yesterday is against
Globe and Rutgers Fire Insurance
""-company. Judge Fowler is suing the
six companies for recovery of the
total sum of 122,000. Thc. first wit
ness placed on lite stand yesterday
was Judge Fowler. He testified that
hts approximate loss in the garage
fire was 934,000. It will be recalled
that suit was brought by Judge Fowler
after a committee appointed to agree
upon the loss failed to reach a? settle
Jury In Case.
The following jury is hearing the
caso called for trial yesterday: J. F.
McCuen, foreman; D. C. Jones-,'Xv*. C.
Campbell, W. O. Kinney, L. C. Martin.
W. H. G. -Ired. J. N. Penneil, F. W.
Cole. C. W. Clement, J. R. SUnceli,
8. H. Paxton and W. L. Glenn.
Cleveland Cane Ended.
A verdict for $100 was found for
the plaintiff in the case of Miss Jodie |
May Cleveland against tho Southern
Public Utilities company, which was
called for trial Tuesday. It will be
recalled that this is the second time
the case has been in the cour|s, a
mistrial having been ordered the first
time. The plaintiff sued for $5,000
damages for injuries sustained when
a street car of the defendant ran lato
a buggy in which she and others were
) riding along South Main street on
October 8 last.
Case Against Railroad.
A verdict for the defendant com
pany was returned by the jury in the
case of J. E. Boyce against ne Char
leston and Western Carolina Rail
road. This was a suit for the recov
ery of salary which the plaintiff laid
claim to between the time ho was
discharged and the end'of the month,
and a penalty of $5 for every day
that the company tailed to pay him
the salary demanded.
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0 LOWNDEftYILLE NEWS. o
oo.oooooooo o ooooooon
Mrs. J. C. Nichols...who has been
visiting her brother. Mr. E. W.
Harper, has returned to her homo at
Mrs. N. M. Fletcher and .little
sou, Carter, accompanied by Master
Walter Huckabee, left' Saturday for
Woodruff to visit Mrs. Fender's fath
MISB Cornella Tennant, who has
been 8ptTi;3?-?g several months at the
home ot Mr. H. A. Tennant, loft
(his morning for Rock Hill to re
sume her studies at Winthrop Col
Mr. Jsmcs Ecker cf Wsst/jigton
City is spending several days ' with
his mother, Mrs. T. Baker.
Mr. L. O. Speer is critically ill at
1 this writing.
. Some dayB ard cold.
Some dayB are bot??
We must have weather,
Weather or not.
;. ,. / ? ? m-_-__
Spring is here, for the pecTpie thronged otar st?re yes
<**y- , ... , , . ,
Oe-an optimisi:--not on oppositionist---it. doesn't cost
.you a cent more and it will get you mere in tfie end.
Be su/e and vote for the bond issue.
Don't try and carry the worries of the world on your
shoulders-?-Atlas tried it, but he's out of the running
^Vour spring Bonnet is here ready for you--Are vou?
?->i?vf PH i-:-;- .
.'We haye the only New York trimmer ii) Anderson,
imoLwe are doing a rushing millinery business.
New arrivais in Coat Suits, Silk Dresses, Linen Dresses,
.ffr%kwear, Middy Blouses, just unpack?d.
Vaffiur fifth big shipment of Gossard Corsets, "they lace.
HhTbrnt,'' since January;-t? carry the largest stock, the
greatest, selection, and the lowest prices. ~ ~.
<J Come in and see.
IN ANDERSON FOR MONTH
[ BEGINNING JUNE 6 AND
ENDING JULY 4
fis Expected-Rev. B. F. McLen
doa Will Heve Charge of the
Month of Services
Evangelistic services under the
auspices of the district committee on
Evangelism of the Methodist church
will be held in this city for a month
thia summer, beginning June C and
ending July 4.
The services will be conducted by
the Rev. B. F. McLaurin, of Ben
nettsville. one ?t the best known
evanweliats in this section of tim
country. This evangelist-carries hin
own Organization willi iiim, and has
one of the largest tents ?to be found
in this service.
Services will be held twice dally,
the boura for which are yet to-be de
finitely arranged- As yet lt ls not
known where the tent, will be pitch
ed, but it is not improbable that the
Llgon property, on South Main street,
where Iho chautauqua tent was pitchi
cd, will be leased for this purpose.
These service? will be In addition
to tho evangelistic services which
are to be carried on in Anderson and!
Oconee counties dur!, r, this sprinri
Arthur Campbell of Laurens . was
among the visitors In the city yester
Claude Boyd of Greenwood was a !
visitor in the city yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Jones of Seneca
are visiting in the city.
Mrs. Alice Wright of Seneca was !
among the shoppers in the city yester
Mi- < Gertrude Douthit of Sandy
SprKgs was a visitor in the city yes
Mrs. J. B. Dcuthlt1 of Sandy
? Springs was a visitor in-the* city yes
Joe Douthit of Sandy Springs was
in the city yesterday on business.
J. M. Moseley of Hopewell was In j
the city yesterday on business.
J. E. Glenn of Laurens was a visi
tor in the city yesterday.
L. O. Evatt of Easley spent y.ster- |
day In the city on business.
Will Moore of Easley was a busi
ness visitor in the cit/ yesterday.'
G. C. Merritt of.'thj Roberts sec
tion was a visitor In the city yester-1
E. S. Aabill of Townvlllo spent yes- j
terday in the city on business.
W. O. Merritt of the Roberta sec- |
tiou spent yesterday in the city.
L. S- ClinkscaleS of Starr was
visitor In the etty yesterday. .
Ira Galloway of Townville was a]
I business visitor in the city yesterday. |
. W. C. Yeargin bf Iva spent yester
day In tbe city on business.
Asa Hall ot Antreville spent ycs-|
terday in the etty on business.
Boss McAdams of Antreville was a|
visitor in the city yesterday.
Bert Fisher ot Antreville spent yes ?
terday in the city on business.
C. A. Fisher of Antreville was a
I visitor in tb9 city ya-iterday.
John Sullivan of Townville spent
yesterday in th? city.
R. H. Norris o? the Roberts sectlcV
was a visitor hi the clt7 yeaterday.
Baker Milford of Townville apent
yesterday in the city.
Mrs. J. T. Nealon of WUUamsron
? was a shopper in the city yesterday.
W. S. Campbell of the country spent
yc**er4ay in the city.
t,^.*. ?", ??>-?,?>.'..IV','"" ?? '
Reed Doyle of Lebanon spent yes
terday In tho city on business.
T. A. Hammond of tho law firm of
Smith. Hammond and Smith, of At
lan ts, ts In the etty to attend court.
Mrs. Frank CHnkscales of Clemson
College was a visitor in the eily y.es
Wemen ?re ao constituted as to
be peculiarly susceptible to con
8tlpaton, and ther general health
depends in large measure on care
ful regulaton and correction of thia
tendency. Their delicate or
ganisms rebel at the violence of
cathartic and purgative remedies,
which, while they may afford tem
porary relief, shock'the system and
serously disturb the functional
organs. A mild laxative ls far pre
ferable and, if properly com
pounded, much more effective.
The combination of simple laxa,
live herbs with pepsin sold in
drug stores under the name of Dr.
Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, ls ideal
for women's use. A free trial
bottle can be obtained by writing
to Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 452 Wash
ington St., Monticello, Ills.
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0 FIELD DAY ol
o o o o o o o o o O O U U (' (> 0 ') O 0 ?J
The parade for Field Day will be
gin promptly at 10 o'clock. The teach.
er? are urged to drill the children
each day. and try to win the prize for
tho school that presents the best line
of march. Each pupil wHI carry a
mall V. S flag. The teachers should
order thc flags for the children and
keep them until thc line of march is
ormed. Thc teachers should send
their orders for dugs to Fant's Book
Store tor to mc) on cr bator* the
18th. Thc flu?3 may bc gotten from
ihls order for three cents each. Please
bend your money with the order7. The
?muller children will come first in
each school* that they may '"set the
pace." . .
For the declamation contest, there
will he one l.-oy and ono girl from a
school. . Tho teachers are asked to
hold preliminary contests about tfc ? j
middle ol March and t.elect their best i
,IJH akers. Only five minutos will be |
;;lven each speaker. Teachers please j
do not select a recitation over Ave
minutes in length. Only pupils below
(.13 feth grade may compete.
For tue reading contest, requireynur
pupils to have good position, to glance
from the book as they read, and to
"read as they talk."
Speed and accuracy are the main
points of this contest. Please allow
me to chang&Jest paper No. 4 (on the
Field Day folder), and say "Seventh
and Higher Grades for this contest
(instead of seventh and eighth
' For the spelling' contest, please
conduct preliminary contests during
Karch and decide on your best spelter
from each grade. The spelling will
be wri* a, with twenty five words
given T i printer made a mistake
In th ..b and higher grade con
test-i. should be book 2 Sec. 2. (sixth
" .... , Ath]eUeSa
After the Field Day reider had been
printed, the committee decided to add
vaulting to the athletic events. Any
further help that you need in thiB de
partment, please write to Mr. W. C.
Petrie, Balzer; Mr. B. C. Givens.
Hones Path; Mr. C. D. Coleman. Iva;
or tc Mr. T. L. Hanna, Pendleton.
Teacher, please do not make the mis
take of trying to bring a large exhibit.
A. few good articles will mean more
to the public. ' The names of each
school will be on Ute frames for those
wishing a special space.
Schools wishing a BJ'-.in! space
must put up their own exhibits before
April 1st. It It is not convenient for
(he teachers to come to Anderson, a
member of the Improvement Associa
tion may take charge of the exhibit
and put it up. I will gladly help ia
The articles for the general exhibit
will not be accepted later than March
Itjtb. Please mark each article in thc
1. Nurao o? pupil. ,
Plaee of Meeting.
Tho grand parade Will form in linc
at Ute graded schools and march
around the square, thon disband on
North Main street. Watch for further
announcements of the parade. All of
the contests will be held at Anderson
College. Dr. Kinara has kindly offer
ed the college auditorium, ' cia s
rooms, halls. (for exhibits), and the
grounds for th? athletics and dinner.
The Interurban will run a special
train from Piedmont and ono from
Honea Path, that the children may
reach Anderson about nine o'clock.
The Blue Ridge will handle extra
coaches on th?, morning and evening
trains. Th* C. & W. C. It. R. bas
token up tbe matter of a special train.
All of these ronda will give special
rates. ' Watch the papers.
To the Children.
Children please take this little piece
to your teacher.
MAGGIE M. G ARLINGTON.
Supervisor Rural Schools.
First-get the- name down pat-then
buy lt of your druggist. ?ust the very
Mst thing for constipation, sick head
tche, sour stomach,, lazy ilver, slug
rJsh constipated bowels. The pleas
infest, surest, nicest laxative you <vver
used. Tastes good-Ilk lemonade.
leta promptly, without pain or
massa. Gives you the most saMsfae
ory flushing yan have ever had. J
ROLEY KIDNEY PULS
fO* BACK ACH t KIOUfcTfi MiO ??.AQ0EI?
?RB Ri HHBHI
SCORES OF VISITORS
FROM OUT OE TOWN
WERE HERE TUESDAY NIGHT
FOR ATTRACTION AT
In . Business Way From Having
Modern Theatre Shown Very
A concrete Instance ot tho manner |
In which an up-to-date theatre ls so- |
lug to prove a great benefit to An
derson in a commercial way alone
was furnished in the attraction nt
"The Anderson" last Tuesday even
The large audience that filled the
theatre to its capacity WOB not com
posed of Anderson people alone. In
fact, there were people from two
States and a dozen or more towns
in the audience. It ls conservative
ly estimated that ?here were 40 peo
ple from Hartwell, (la., in atten
dance on the show, some 10 cars com
ing over in the afternoon preceding
the performance Tuesday night.
Practically all of theso visitors took
supper al local hotels and restau
rants. And while several of them re
turned to Hartwell arter thc show,
quite a number remained Ii?"*,? over
night, putting up at tocal hotels.
Yesterday those who spent the night
in Anderson did considerable shop
ping about tho city before they
departed for the! rhomea. It will be
seen from this that tho hotels, cafes
and some of the merchant;; of the
city profited by the visit of theBe
Georgians to the city. And had there
not been a particularly .attractive
theatre here these Georgians would
not have been In Anderson, in all
probability, oh that occasion.
In addition to the Georgians, there
were a large nunmber of people pres
ent from other townB. particularly,
Helton. Monea Path, Williamston, Iva.
Starr. Pendleton,' Seneca. Walhalla
and Clemson College.
MRS. W. A. HUBGENS, Editor
There will be a Musicale Tea this
afternoon from' 4 to ir at the home of
Mrs. 8. D. Brownlee, given by tbe
ladies of the Aid Society of St. Johi?
.Methodist church. A beautiful musical
program will be given and a free will
offering will be taken up at the door.
Mrs. Whitner Livingston of Seneca
is tho guest of ber sister, Mrs. J. L.
Mrs. R. M. Cleveland of Piedmont Is
the guest of Mrs. J. P. Trowbridge.
Mrs. F. M. Burnett leaves this morn
ing tor Asheville for a visit to rela
Mina Pearl Smithson of Atlanta is nt
home for .a visit and to recuperate
from her recent illness.
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Jones of Town
ville spent yesterday with friends here.
Mrs. Reed Sherard of Belton and
Miss Lois Jackson of Iva have return
ed home after a visit tr Mrs. J. IS.
Watson oh Calhoun street.
Mrs. W. E. Johnstone of Llb2rty 1B
the guest of ber sister, Mrs. J. D. Hast.
Mrs. Mary Jenkins of Charleston is
visiting Mrs. Kate Maxwell.
Mrs. Fannie Adams of Charlotte, K.
C., is visiting her mother, Mrs. A. S.
Miss Sudio Larkida'.e of Abbeville
ls visiting her sister, Mrs. J. H. Oulla.
OF SOrTH CAROLINA
The annual high school declalmers
contest at the Presbyterian College of
South Carolina will be held Friday,
April 16. Thu contest has become
one of tho important events in the lite
of the college and Is looked forward to
with great pleasure both by tbe col
lege and community. Last year about
thirty schools were represented, and
there will likely be fifty thia year.
The contest is open to all of the
high sohools of the State and they are
?uos? cordially invited to send a rep-?
Tho representatives arc to be the
guests ot the college and entertain
ment Will be provided for them free of
charge while in Clinton, but they are
requested to send" tn their names at
least a week before the contest.
Each speaker may use either a
speech written by himself or ono writ
ten by another person. The object of
the contest ls to encourage oratory
and correct delivery moro than :he
writing of a speech.
On account of the large number of
apcakors a preliminary contest ls held
Thursday night ind Friday, morning.
From tbe n timber ten are selected to
speak In the final contest. Friday night,
which begins promptly at 8:30 p. m.
In the college auditorium. There ar?
three medals offered which aro re
ceived bv the first, second and third
beat speakers. Theso medals cost sp.
proximately $15, $10 and $5 apiece.
Last year tho contest was held April
IO. The first medal %ss won by Mr.
Brown Mahon, of Greenville; th? sec
ond by Mr. H. B. Ev? *>s, of Wofford :
and tho third by Mr. H. ftraxton Weav.
er, of Dillon. All the speakers show
ed talent and excellent training.
Cely's Hats have been hitting the high
spots of popularity-Why?
There's a Reason.
Style Service Satisfaction
T. L. Cely Co.
0 Ed. V. Price & Co. Clothes Builders.
The Ladies of Anderson
are invited to
W. A. Power's Store
212 South Main Street
Today and Friday
There will be a free demonstration of
VOTAN COFFEES and TEAS
See the ever-flowing bottle in the window Thursday.
it will be a genuine pleasure to have the ladies of Ander
son call and test these delightful beverages.
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