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BIJOU THEATR)
TODAY
The Le? Fraask
This is ? very realistic picture of this notorious
tragedy of our sister state. Be
sure to see it!
Palmed? TTkeato
TODAY
Crawford & Humphrey's Bon Ton Musical Comedy Co.
Presents
"THE MARRIAGE OF KITTY"
MOVIES FOR TODAY
"A MAN AND THE LAW"-Two Reel Gau.
"MAK:^0. MATTERS WORSE"-Cub.
The Tab Show is Shu ?daking Every Body Scream With De
light This is One of he Very Best Tab
Shows Ever in Anderson.
"THE MYSTERY OF MARY"
Vitagraph Three Reel.
"POOR BABY"
Edison.
MISS NATALEE NORRYCE.
?^?I?fAls A DI A1U Capital asA Surplus $125,000.00
S?HIIJIIKA KANS! Collections ?Iren Careful Attentloa
V111VU1U1 ?Jill Ul fiiiboa A. Saijta, Jno. A. Hudgens,
Pairar Q f President. Cashier.
fCMCl, 3. V?_H. E. Tolllson, Ant Cashier.
???? ?!?.' lill III. I I ll I I I ' ??? ?? ?
D A ITV Al? DEI TAM Capital and Surplus $180,000.00
BANK OF BELTON P"T?"
Rolrnn Q C President T. P. and Cashier.
_DClWllt J. V?_ M. H. Campbell, At gt. Cashier.
The same strong, serviceable
Ford car-but at a lower price.
The Ford cai, which is giving
satisfaction to more than 900,
000 owners, has a record for
utility and economy that is
worthy of your attention. Two
and two make four-there
wouldn't be so many Ferd
cars if they didn't give such
splendid service. Prices lower
than lever. Runabout $390;
Touring Car $440; Town Car
$640, f. o. b., Detroit. On
sale at
ANDERSON AUTO CO.
N. Main Opposite Palmetto
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CHAS. C. IANGS?ON
CALLFn YESTERDAY
DIED AFTER AN ILLNESS
LASTING SEVERAL
MONTHS
FORMER EDITOR
Of The Anderson Intelligencer and i
One Moat Widely Known Men
in This Section of State.
Mr. ("liarles C. Langston, a veteran
newspaper man and one of the most
widely known men In Anderson coun
ty, died at his home on the corner
of Hampton and McDuHle streets yes
terday ufternoon at 12:3o o'clock
Funeral services will be held this af
ternoon at "? o'clock at tho First Pres
byterian church, conducted by Hr.
W. Ii, Frazer, and Interment will be
made lu Silver Brook cemetery.
Mr. Langston was horn in Ander
son January 14. 18F?!J, and was there
fore, nearing his filth birthday. He
was the son of the late S. II. Lang
ston and Mrs. Lucy Jane Lungston,
who ls still living. Mr. Langston
never married and lived all tue time
with his mother. Besides her ho
ls survlvod by two sisters, Mrs. P.
G. Shepherd of Llamo, Texas and
Mrs. Jas. T. Wiso of Pittsburgh,
Pa.; one brother, Mr. J. E. Lang
ston of El Dorado, Ark.; one niece,
Mrs. Norma Smith of Anderson and
ono nephew, Mr. George Garrett of
San Antonio. Texas.
Mr. Langston has been in ill health
for the past several years, and about
four months ago stiffered a strike of
paralysis. From the first his condi
tion was considered serious and al
though he rallied from the stroke, he
grew worse about three weeks ago,
death coming quietly yesterday after
noon.
At the age of 14 years Mr. Lang
ston began work In the printing de
partment of the Anderson Intelligen
cer, a weekly, then owned by the
late E. B. Murray. For a long num
ber of years he worked In the me
chanical department of the paper but
later he and Mr. J. Fleet Cllnk
scales purchased tho paper and be
gan running it for themselves. The
first issue under their editorship was
imbi i shed on January 20 th. 1888, in
which issue Mr. Langston's saluta
tory appeared.
From the beginning Mr. Langston
was recognized as one of the best
newspaper men of the state and he
was valued by the other editors In
South Carolina, being elected secre
tary of tho press association for a
number of consecutive years.
Under the management of Messrs.
Langston and Cllnkscales Tue Intelli
gencer grew and prospered and the
writings of the former were read in
many homes in this section of the
state. Mr. Langston was broad
broad minded, handled public ques
tions with fairness and ability, and
always edited the paper In such a wny
that it had few enemies. He was
progressive and constructive and al
ways advocated those things which ho
considered best for tho peoplo of An
derson county and the state. * Ho was
fearless In his writings, was not
fruid to attack those things which
he considered wrong, and yet did lt
tn such a manner that ho made fow
.memies.
Ho was proud of blio city of Iiis
birth and always took a great inter
est in municipal affairs. He was
elected alderman ot his word for two
years but declined to offer himself
for re-election, although urged by
many friends. Through his rnncr ho
expressed his views on matters per
taining to the welfare of tho city and
by thia weilded mucu< Influence ov?r
Anderson cittsens.
Mr. Langston was- widely known all
over Anderson county, and he has
many friends who will learn with
deepest sorrow of his death. Belag
In the newspaper business, he came
in contact with a great many people
and never failed to impress them
with that strong personality so well
known to thlm. He was proud of his
newspaper and its shop and took great
delight In ?hating In his office or
showing his callera over tho printing
department. Many people tn Ander
son county today can recall their
first visit through a newspaper plant
with this veteran newspaper man aa
their guide.
On September 1st, 1906. Mr. Lang
ston retired from fae newspaper
field when Mr. V. B. Cheshire
bought The Intelligencer from
Messrs. Langston, and Cllnkscales.
Since that tims ho has been spending
his time quietly at home.
Although not In active service, Mr.
Langston still made the round of t'.e
stores and business house in the city
getting the proprietors sign the early
closing agreement every spring, only
departing from this custom this last
? summer because he was unable to
[came up town.
Mr. Langston was the sen of a
?true confederate soldier and waa a,
member of Camp W. W. Humphries,
8. U. C. V. He was one of the beet
workers In this camp and'always took
grvat interest in its alf airs. For a
-number of yeera he waa Its adjutant.
All of biie members of this camp are
requested to meet at the court house
Oils afternoon at 4 o'clock and will
attend the funeral services In a
body.
Many years ago Mr. Langston unit-,
ed with, the Knights of Pythias and
took much Interest in th? order. It
taras his requent that be be buried
with the Pythian ritual and today his
fellow members will attend the fun
's ral I & ? body, some ot them acting
as viii bearers.
OLD PISTOL IS FOUND
WHILE MAKING REPAIRS
WAS BENEATH FLOOR IN
THE BAILES STORE
ROOM
IS AN OLD MAKE
And Was Evidently Thrown Away
Hurriedly By Someone Many,
Many Years Ago.
Yesterday morning while tearing
away part of the old floor in l?e
Dalies' Blore room on No;lh Main
street which has been occupied by
the Piedmont & Northern ticket ofllco
II. D. Masters fourni au old pistol,
very much corroded and looking us if
it had been lost or discarded for u
number of years.
Tho pistol was found in the south
west corner of thc building wlierc lt
had been evidently thrown or bidden
away by means of putting It down an
opening in ibo brick wall extending
from beneath tho flooring and which
was for the purpose of ventilation
Mr. Masters stated yesterday that he
was having sonic old nubbls? cleaned
away in this corner when the pistol
was found.
The gun ls of thc old type of small
finn arms and evidently was in uso
a number of years ago. Hob Jackson,
the negro who ls making the mortar
for the repair work on the building,
stated that the Bailes store robin,
formerly own?d by C. A. Reed, was
built about 3i> years ago, and that he
also helped in that work. It is
thought that the pistol was thrown
away not so many years after the
building was finished.
All of tho chambers of the gun are
loaded except the one over the barrel.
This leads to the boiler that the pis
tol was throWn away immediately a.'
ter it was fired. Thc old gun was
viewed by numbers of people yester
day and all had some solution to of
fer for its being found where it was.
It was thrown away, for it would have
been impossible for anyone to have
ever recovered it without taking up
tvo floor. Many nf those who saw
the pistol yesterday morning stated
that they believed that someone
threw lt down the hole In the wall of
the building after he bad shot some
ono in order that it mlgv.it not be
found or "ila person.
I
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COMMISSION ACCEPTS
THREE PAVED STREETS
M'DUFFIE, CHURCH ANO
CALHOUN WERF IN
SPECTED
MEMBERS ABSENT
Few Members of Commission Be*
ing Absent, No Other Mat
ters Were Transacted.
\ meeting of the paving commis
sion was held yesterday afternoon
for the purpose of inspecting em'
cepting the paving on McDuMe,
Church and Calhoun streets, v a ich
wore finished a few. days ago. Thc
members ot the commission pfiscnt
included Messrs. D. A. Ledbttter,
B. O. Evans, J. H. Godfrey, Chi'rile
Spearman and Dr. B. A. Henty.
Others present included Mr. Gilbert
C. White, consulting engineer of
Charlotte, Mr. Wade A* Sanders, en
gineer in charge and Supt. Graney
The party roda over the finished
streets named above and afterwards
held a meeting at tho city hall. In
the .absence of Chairman E. R. Hor
ton, Mayor Godfrey was asked to act
in that capacity- and he stated that
thc purpose of the meeting was to
pass on the paving on McDuffie,
Church and Calhoun streets. Engl
necr Sanders was called upon for
bis report.
' Mr. Sanders stated that tire streets
were finished by the Southern Paving
company, according to specifications
and that for his part he was ready
for them to be accepted.
Mr. White, the consulting engineer,
was asked what he had to say and de
replied that to bun the work seemed
perfectly satisfactory.
On motion of Dr. B. A. Henry the
comm'i'sion accepted the paving on
those streets.
Owing to the absence of several
member? of the commission, they
bein? ont of tho city, no oUhor mst
ter waa brought up tor disposal and
the meeting, therefore, adjourned.
FinWLKirs CONVENTION
Will Be Held at WlUtamston Sprfsg
Pnrk, October 8.
An old fiddler's convention will be
seid In the Williamston spring park
?"dRcr?u?u, ?sn turd ny night, October
2, and promises to be well attended
A circular states, that there will bo
i prise for ow ry fiddler and that
Kiaare dance will follow tho fiddling
jontest.
Ivnitthts of Pythias.
AH Knights of Pythias are asked
lo meet in the K. of P. hall this af
ternoon at 4 o'clock for the purpose
of attending tho federal of O?. C
Langston. It was bis request thai
?re should attend to^hts last ead tito
G. D. Greene,
Chancellor Commander.
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IAY0R WILL PASS ON
LEO FRANK PICTURE
ILL HAVE IT PUT ON
SCREEN FOR INSPEC
TION
O DETAILS SHOWN
ayor Informed to That Effect
and Thinks Picture is Like
Regular News Service.
Mayor Godfrey yesterday afternoon '
nounced that ho would have the
?ture, "The Leo Frank Case," which
to be shown at tlie Bijou theatre
ls afternoon and night, put on the
reon thiB morning to order that hp
ght decide on the advisability of
being shown in Anderson.
"I am informed." stated Mayor
dfrey, "that this same picture has
en shown to Greenville and Spar
iburg and that there was no objee
n. I am also informed that the
:ture ls a kind of series of pictures
allng with the Frank case some
tat like a news service plctu.o
>uld. I am told that lt shows Frank
ing taken from the Jail to the
urt room, scenes to the court room,
snes in the pend! factory, Frar'
lng taken to tfie penitentiary a.
llcdgeville. etc., and does not go
:o the details as a regular movlo.
iwcver, I am going to see the pic
re tomorrow morning before it is
t on for the public."
Since the announcement on Sunday
>rnlngf that thia picture would bo
own at the Bijou there has been
me speculation on the part ot ?the
c-ple as to whether it offght to bo
own. In some cities it has been
ohibited by the mayor and Mavor
?dfrey will pass on tho advisability
Its being shown in Anderson.
Gcisberg's Potato Chips Fresh,
td Crisp Daily, Phone No. 733.
MARKETS
Local market yesterday 12 cents.
Open. High. tow. Close. !
t . . .12.10 12.22 12.00 12.10
c . . .12.49 12.68 12.25 12.49
n . . .12.70 12.74 12.58 1?.64
ireh . ..12.95 18.03 12.87 12.91
ty . . .13.06 12.14 13.00 13.00
3ots 12.40.
Liverpool Cotton.
Open. Close.
t-Nov ..... ..6.88 6.93
n-Feb .. \.6.96 8.98%
ir-Apr. ..6.98 7.02
Jpots 7.04
Sales 12,000.
Receipts 14,000.
OYSTERS
FISH
Halt Bozen Fried or OA-*
Stewed. ?VC
One Dosen Fried or *J -
Stewed.?JVV
All Kinds Fresh Fish Dally
GUS D, ANT?NASCGS, Prop.
Leo Frank Case"
AT THE
IOU TODAY
sry move in this notorious tragedy
iding of the body of little Mary
through to the lynching of Leo
?ry man, woman and child in Ander
ihould see this picture show.
Patton's Sun-Proof Paint
The Complete Paint
* Theres nothing left out that would make
a better paint. Nothing rms bern put in ex
cept that which has been proven to make-* ?
The BEST Paint
Guest Paint Co.
Phone 48. Guest Sells the Best.
Bookkeeping, Penmanship, Shorthand, and Typewriting. A knowl
dge of these subjects means SUCCESS. Come, and let us prepare
ou for an independent career. A good position awaits,you. Day
nd night sessions. Enter any time. Write for catalogue.
VPhen you are sell
ing your cotton- -
g
it is a good plan to deposit your money in the
Farmers and Merchants Bank, or the Farmers
Loan and Trust Company. Ii does not mat
ter who buys your cotton ?v what bank they
give yo? a check on, bring your check to us for
deposit,-if it stays with us three months we
wilt pa3 you interest on it. And then you wiri
h iv ? a claim on us when you want to borrow
money.
If you favor us, we will favor you.
J. I. BROWNLEE, Cahier.
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