Louis L Ligon ready for service
AT 6 G'Cl MILITIA WIL(L HAVE LEAVE ABSENCE THIS AFTERNOON I MILITARY RULES WILL BE IN ORDER Beginning al 8:20 '/?night And Guard? Will Be On DutyExpect ISO Men To Be In Company Although no ofQclal orders have been received by Capt. L. L. Ligon of Company B, 1st S. C. Inf., local office of. the Blue. Ridge railway has received orders to havo a train leave Anderdon not later that 8 o'clock tomorrow morning, tilla being the train ttiat will tako the. Anderson militia to Columbia. ' The company will this morning take the proposed, hike through the m'11 village:;. ? -starting at 7 o'clock. They will also -parado on tho public square after the march la completed. This afternoon tha men will be off duty in order that:they*may spend the time with their; families. .They will havo orders to report at tho armory ut 8:20-. o'clock tonight,. wheo tho roll will be called. If there are I any absent?es, these will be located by detached men. c. After attending the mass meeting at the court house the men will tr*iTn. to. the armory. Duriog^tonlgh.. atrlet military rules will ho in .order andino man will be j allowed to leave- the ..camp or ar. mory. Guards . will be on duty throughout; the night. ? Tho heavy baggage will be loaded on the carn this af tondoon, ?nd everything as far as possible put in readiness for the men ton leave early tomorrow morning. Cap?; Lig?n stated last night tfe?t probably one. officer and : ?twa ; -men would'rTemain In Anderson for recruiting. ' purposes. ;Th?' company now- has ? total of 125, then who (have been tully accepted.'/ Borne 25 or 30 hrvo been partially enrolled and their cases will be disposed of thL morning. ' The officer in . command stated last night that there would be at least 150 men who would be taken away from Anderson. .?'. . . ? -- RUO GASE Mt BE GOmOEB TODAY FIRE INSURANCE UOSS OF FREIGHT DEPOT IS INVOLVED I When the court of common, plea? adjourned yesterday afternoon the , case of the Piedmont & Northam Railway company, as trustee for a number of flro Insurance companies, against the Blue Ridge railway wno still being heard. This case will probably Consume tho greater part bf today. AU of plaintiff's witnessed bad not been examined when court adjourned. The trastees In this case are seeking to recover. the -"?mount of insurance loss paid by the fire insurance companies when the P. & N. freight depot was destroyed by fire in' May.? 1914. ... Yesterday morning a non suit was ordered in the caso of Zetanrr?y against Manoa on the gro?ud? that proper notice ,had not-been given,for taking d?positions. .Mr. El. f\ Cochran fdr ,Mrs. Annie Pinokney took ?'verdict against the Continental Beneficial.'associa? tlon on an 'insurance policy in the amount of $2,000.