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MKIUO BxJBJHNC NSW YOftC WILL PROBABLY PAVE MANNING STREET TOO MATTER DISCUSSED BEFORE MEETING COMMISSION YESTERDAY MAY HAVE MONEY To Do This Work After Other is Finished-Petition Was Filed Several Weeks Ago. Ai the meeting of the paving com mission hold yesterday afternoon at li o'clock lt was decided to pave Man Hin? Htrect after the work already ?capped out was finished, proviidod there was money enough left. Home time ago the property owners on Manning street signed and flied with, thc commis-ion a petition ask In?; t.iat tito street be paved. Finances were discussed yesterday afternoon and it was decided that in all prob ability there would be enough mon ey to do this work. The property owners will of course bo assessed and thc bonds will be sold in regular order. Several days ago Sidney Spitzer company of Toledo. ().. who thought tho first batch of certificates, wrote asking if the city would have uny moro to sell. Since bonds ure not bringing ns high premium ai> they did u few days ago, and t/iose in An derson sold ut such a h ii; li price, lt was decided to notify them that the city would likely have some more to sell in a few weeks. The matter of paving Manning street will be taken up before city council and the reg ular procoodings gone through with before anything definite will be known. Resolution. Tho following resolution was adapt ed ct the meeting: Whereas, tho city bas incurred the expenses of the city engineer for his services to tho paving commission. Resolved, that the treasurer of the commission is ordered to pay to the city treasurer the sum of $200 to re imburse tho city in part for tho amount paid by tho city for services of the city engineer. BEGIN LAYING BRISK SOOTH MAIN STREET CONCRETE FORCES WILL TURN DOWN RIVER STREET ASPHALT CREW Is Now Idle Sine? Church St. Fin ished and Wfll Assist in Brick Work-Resume of Paving. Sometime during th/vday tfto laying of the brick on South Main street will begin. City Engineer Sanders stated yesterday afternoon that til o sand covering over the concreto would be put down followed imm?diat"!}* By the brick. The work will start at River street and come north until Church street ls reached. The asphalt plant w!11 now be shut down for about ten days pr two weeks and tfils crew will bc put to laying the brick. The concrete force which has boen at work on South Main has rcnrVl River stroet and will turn"down River street today. That part of F.o?th Main on the east side of the car track from River to Church will bo Jet alor a until that section on tfio west eldo has been finished with the brick, so as not to hinder traille any moro than possible. The asphalt crew finished Church street yesterday afternoon about 4:30 o'clock, thus cr.tchlng up with all of ?be work to be done by them at pres ent. In about two weeks they will go to River street and after finishing there they will go to Greenville street if lt ls ready. If Greenville is not ready, the crew will go to Wost Whltner. City Engineer Sanders stat ed yesterday afternoon that all ot the asphalt work would be carried right ahead as fast a? possible In order, to get lt done before l^d weather Bet In. From the present plans North Main will be the last stroet paved In Aie work already decided upon by the paving commission. Paving Finished. t'p to date the following streets have been finished: West Market, Mc Dufflc, Calhoun and Church. On nil of these streets about 40.000 square yards ot paving; have been put down. Thc "R". Months are here and so are FRESH OYSTERS Served any Style by clicfs who know how they ought to be prepared. Order Now PIEDMONT CAFE j GUS ANTON AK AS, Prop. I M'DUFrlE STREE! NO! ACCEPTED YESTERDAY PAVING COMMISSION WILL MEET AGAIN TUESDAY AFTERNOON 3 STREETS RE AD Y? And Gilbert C. White, Consulting Engineer Will Come to An derson on That Date. At thc meeting of HIP paving com mi .sion held yesterday afternoon it ?ras decided not to inspect and accept or reject the paving on MclhiHic street but to postpone tills matter mit lt next Tuesday ufternoon. Septem ber 28, wnen Mr. ailbert C. White, of Charlotte engineer, v.-Ill come to Anderson and go ove:* tl ie streets with tho commission. it was stated that by next Tuesday three streets, McDutHc, Calhoun and Church would b*? ready for accep tance and that the commission might as weil wait and accept ali at the same time. City Engineer Sanders is to notify Mr. Willie to come to An derson on that date. The city engineer has to make up his monthly reports before the last o fthe mouth but hu stated to tue body that he could wait until Tuesday before he finished with them. PENDLETON SOCIETY MEETSSEPTEMBER 25 WILL BE LAST MEETING BEFORE GRAND CELE BRATION MUST PAY $1.00 FEE By That Date iu Order to Get Name on the Roll as An Activa Member. The last meeting of the Pendleton Farmers' society will bo held in held In Farmers hail. Pendleton, Sat urday, Sept. 25th at 3 o'clock. The publishers of t'.ie Piedmont magazine are to get out a special il lustrated souvenir edition In honor of the centennial celebration have called in all matter for this special not later than September 25th. at which dato all did members who de sire their names, on the roll as active members during* the centennial year, as woll as all new members should have their 91-00 fee in the hands of tho treasurer, Mr. J. W. Sanders, on or before the 25th day of Septem ber. For this fee of fl.00 all old mem bers and all new-members will re ceive a copy of the history of the so ciety, as well as a copy of thc sou venir number of tho Piedmont maga zine. Tho general program complete will be sent out through the press in a few days. We are pleased to advise the gen eral public of the tact, and congratu late trie society upon their success In securing a sufiiclent number of dis tinguished gentlemen to address the society'on the three days celebration, and that our local finance committee has enough funds in sight to warrant the statement that i the centennial ceebration October 12th, 13th and 14th will bc a grand success. At our last meeting on the 1SS? instant, the following named gentle men were elected committeemen and "/lil havo full charge, of the centen nial parade, whit ti bids fair to become the most Interesting feature of tho celebration. This committee ls tb report at the next meeting, Sept. 25th, at 8 o'clock, and is composed of the following: Robert ?. Ltgon, R. E. Borriss, J. H. Godrrcy, Anderson; Fl. M. Aull, Autun, Keirle Sloan, Pendleton; J. D. Elroy, Sandy Springs; J. W. Holleman. Walhalla; H. C. Rowland, Central; Prof. j. N. Harper, Clemson college; Dr. II. ll. Day. Pendleton; T. R. McCrary. Pendleton and Jno. T. Long, Central. The following .named gentlemen have announced themselves as condl dates for uonorary mombershlp in tho Pendleton Farmers' society at its' next meeting by contributing ??0.0O In ac cordance with the constitution and rules of tlie society and ratified by same in 1318. a. W. aigv.ltllat, Sene ca; J. C. Strlbllng. Pehdtoton; Prof J. N. Harper. Clemson College; B. M. Aull. Autun; Prof. H. W. narre. C?en:sen College; Rev. W. H. Mills, C.emson college; M. M. Hunter. Pen dleton; Hon. J. L. Sherard. Ander son; Berte Sloan, Charleston; Dr. W. M. Riggs, Clemson College; F. IC. Cary. Seneca; J. W. Sanders. Pendleton, and Francis J. Pelser. Charleston. Any one who can give any informa tion about where a real old time look ing razor back nog. ancient looking bull or old Mote sway back wagon and hame rack^wflw bells csa be ob talnsd would do a favV?r by reporting same to any OBS ot the centennial parade committee. .Signed: j. G. Strlbllng. President. J. W. Sanders. Secretary and Treasurer. "Having a bain time?" "Bored to death." "So am J. Let's sneak away some where." ''Can't. Pta ibe host.*? -Illinois Siren. IMPORTANT MEETING CHAMBER COMMERCE WILL BE HELD THURSDAY EVENING AT 8 O'CLOCK FULL ATTENDANCE Is Urgently Requested as 'tatters of Vital Interest to City Will Then Be Discussed. The following notice WUK given Tho Intelligencer yesterday morning for publication: "A meeting of the chamber of com? merce is called by tlie executive com mittee to be held in the rooms of the organization on Thursday, September 23rd. at 8. This meeting is a most important one. A subject of vital interest to everyone in thc city will be discuss ed and the executive committee earn estly urge upon every member of the chamber and upon every other busi- j ness man who is interested in the city to attend this meeting. "R. E. Ligon, "W. W. Sullivan, "J. D. Hammett, "Executive Committee." "It ls now time that something is done wit'.i the chamber of commerce," stated one of tile members yesterday. "We must come to some understand ing as to what we are to do in the future and get busy. It looks like a pity to let such i good live organiza tion be at a standstill at this time and it is hoped that a full attendance will be had on Thursday evening." The invitation or notice of meet ing extended above states that every business man of the city, whether a member or not, is urged to be present. It is the opinion fiat reorganization will be made at that time. COLLEGE RECEPTION Will Be Given at Anderson College This Evening. The Ladles association of Anderson college will give a public reception this evening at 8:30 at the college In honor of the students and faculty. Ide public ls cordially Invited to at tend. Announcement. There will bc an all day singing at Fants Grove church the first Sunday ir. October. All singers are invited to como and bring song books. A number of the best singers have boen especially invited. We welcome the public and ask that they bring well ftiled baskets. E. K. Bryant, Pendleton. MARKETS Local market yesterday 10 1-4 cents. New York Market. Open. High. Low. Oct. . . .10.46 10.8* 10.40 Dec . . .10.86 11.16 10.86 Jan . . .11.05 11.28 11.05 March . ..11.32 11.64 11.32 May . . .11.58 11.78 11.68 Spots 10.85. Liverpool Cotton. Oct-<Nov.;.6.11 6.18 Open Close Jan-Feb.6.22 6.80 March-April ...6.29 6.36 Spots 6.26. .SaleB 12,000. Receipts 11,000. Close. 10.81 ?11.15 11.28 11.64 11.70 You Milline Wednet MAM* Palmefctt? Tlhioibf? TODAY "PINTO BEN" Two Reel Broncho. "GLORI ANN A'S GETAWAY" Beauty. BIJOU THE?T TODAY "MISJUDGED" Three Reel Gold Seal, Featuring Anna Little and Herbert Rawlings. ONE OTHER SELECTED REEL. THE A TODAY "JABEZ'S CONQUEST" In Two Parts Etsanay. Featuring Nell Craig and Sheldon Lewis. "HIS CRIMINAL CAREER" Biograph. "HEARST SELIG NEWS NO. 6U" MISS ANNA TRIBBLE. TODAY THREE REELS OF REAL COMEDY are cordially invited to our ry and Ready ~to rear lay, September 22nd we expect you ?