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EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE TO
MEET HERE ON FRIDAY
Is To Be Transacted And Is im
portant That Every Mem
ber Ba Present
AB will bo ?ceil elsewhere In-this
i?uue. from s tho formal announcement.
Anderson County. Executive coinmlt
tce will meet next Friday morning
at 10 o'clock In the court house. Fach
club in the county is entitled to ono
executive- committeeman, who was
?'it.jto-? ?i.the regulur meeting.
Al tho meeting on Friday itiner
ary cf the county campaign will be
arranged;. tho booktf of enrollment
fixed; UiiB?tiBuienta fixed and tho
books' of enrollment declared. Mr.
(!. 10. Tully, chairman, Btated yes
terday that any locality detering a
cnmn'atgh meeting should muko ap
plication on .Friday.' A full atten
dance IB requested.
Tho Anderson County Democratic]
exccutlvo comtnlttee will meet at An
dersonr Court House on, Friday. Juue
2, 1018 at l?" O'clock" a." ni. "Each club
ia to bo represented by nu oxecutlve
coriuhjttecnian who was elected ai tho
club);.-meeting. At this meeting the
campaign itinerary will be arranged,
the' ^Beaumonts fixed and books of
enrollment issued to each club. Any
? -.-I_'.-1-_ -J
uvolltllB. a . HIT"" lill',
will i muko nplic?tion at this meeting
nn the Itinerary will be fixed at this
time* V- L.et oycry cxocutlve committee
man be. present, promptly at 10 o'clock.
Tiling,"Incllied.} tho new; .clubs admit
ted at tlio May convention.
Lepn D. Rico, C. E. Tolly,
yeen-ur;'. County Chairman.
Take one or both of Hie
following with you on your
by Booih Tarkington
A tale of youth and sum
mer time and the Baxter
family, espcfci?tfy (William.;
An uproariously funny story
In the author's Irresistahle
by hieanor il. Porter
Author of Pollyanna",' -Miss
Billy, The Turn of the Tide,
Cox Stationery Co.
Leading Stationers and Printers
On; Son1.^ Corni
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Vouni' Men au4 , Voun^
ytuir .selection. . ; &
Complete in beactlful
ANOTHER POWER UNE
TO BE CONST
RIGHTS OF WAY FROM GAFF
NEY TO RUTHERFORDTON
I Is Now Being Shipped to Gaffney
And Work is Expected To
Begin In Wear Future
Thc following from Tho Gaffney
Judger ls of local interest:
E. R. Goodwyn, a representative of
tho Southern Power company, who
has been spending tho post two or
three weeks In Gaffney oecurlng a
right-of-way from Gaffney to Ri.?ther
fordion, N. C., for tho purpose of
.Rinning a putter Ihm between these
points, has about completed his
work BUcc/PHSfully. It ls reported that
a alto upon which a sub-station will
be erected has been secured lu Gaf
fney also. Tho proposed line will
run by way of Forest City and Carol
ee!! to Ruthorfordton, at ull of which
powor will be furnished to ibo mills.
Poles and other material f?r erecting
this lino ar? now being shipped :o
Tho Electric Manufacturing and
Power company has a plant at Gas
ton Shoals on Broad river from which
lt ha? been furnishing power ? for
Gaffney for several years and, so far,
au ls known, tho service ls. satisfac
tory. #Tho Southern Power; company
also-hhs a plant located on Broad rlv
or, 'this being at Ninety-nine Islands,
which is sevoral miles further from
Tho Southern Powor company is
controlled by J. B. Duke;and com
nnhv - A o Iv TV* 1 4 lw* ** I* v.* il it ???=
y - ~dr . *T" "By ..?.
no nu ced tlr.it the Duko policy \ would
bo to assist In building one . cotton
nrlil por yenr in towns located on the
Piedmont/ & Northern electric line,'
which is controlled by this company..
It has beeb nt ct cd by high officials
that the missing link of thiB road
between Spartenburg and Oastonia
will be constructed seer, aa busi
ness conditions-warrant the expendi
ture that this would necessitate This
may j possibly Indicate developments
In tho near futuro that wlli be of Im
mense benefit to Gaffney and this
."IC IV Al/ri'it BARTON FALL?
Flt()5r. WAG0y> PAINFULLY HURT
Riding on a wagon that waB com
ing out from the roar af Rosenberg's
atoro into Peoples street late.yester
day 'afternoon, Mr. Walter Harton, a
well known . young mun of this city,
lost hts balan?a and fell headfora
most to tho brick payment. . Mr.
Barton had a bucket of paint in his
hand and <was covered with the fluid
when picked , up. Ho was thought
Bereroly hurt nt first, but' when the.
paint was washed.from'fats head andi
face* tho skin was found Intact.
Information from- his father's homu j
last night was that ho war, none the
worse- for Illa experience,' with tho
exception of a fow'painful bruises.i
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- ?ver 1?)00.-SlrAaa; "
Washington. May 30-Strlkoa an<L
lookouts during the past. sU. mon tba
numbered 1,069 a labor department
statement says. These tn April num
bered 268, they wero mostly In men
tal trades during April.
f - i., ? *, j: -y ? fr fri i :?i ii^i^HLbt!
especially'- created for, ffr
Vomen-T*-i"iow read v. for
presentation boxes r
JURORS CIVIL COURT
Who V/iU Serve During The Week 1
Which Begins In Anderson
Monday, June 19
Tho follow Jurors were drawn yes
terday fur thu rim week of court of
common pleas which, convenes on
Monday, June 19:
W. L. Barnes, Corner.
C. A. SlUon, Brushy Creek.
W. .M. Byrum, C'entervllle.
0. M. Bolt, Pork.
B. B. Brooks, Broadav/ay.
S. H. Patterson, Hopewell.
D. P. Gray, Williamston.
C. B. McCown, Varennes.
S. C. Burriss, Garvin.
ft. O. KefB, Varennear.
D. J. Bolt, Rock Mills.
T. D. Watkins. Hopewoll.
Ellas McGee, Savannah.
E. Stephenson, V?rennos.
H. E. Sparks, Savannah.
P. E. Stephen?, Anderson.
S. L. Barrett, Anderson.
Jool C. Kay, Bolton.
.J. A. Campbell, Rock Mills.
J. P. Cox, Belton..
W. E. Chapman, Pendleton.
1. '. PaTker,- &bbliy$pn, Martin.
' C. D. Madden, Pendleton.
F, M. Taylor, Mur Un.
ii 1 >. M. Latham, Hall.
P. B. Martin, H?hen Path.
W. A. Dalrymple, Garvin.
G. V. Acker, Honea Path.
W .. P. Farmer, Anderson.
J. M. Dickson, Brushy Creek.
S. h. Shirley, Honoa Path.
R. B. Jones, Honea Path.
W. C. Clinkscales. Belton. .
?. B. Wharton. Corner.
,T. I?. Adams, Fork.
R. E. Ligon, Anderson
Several Hundred Hean* Guberna
For Compulsory Education
Easley, May 30-At a recent meet
ing of of the William Easley Chap
ter United Daughters of Confederacy
Mrw. Dora Walker, Btato home. De
monstration agent? Miss Frances
Mauldin agent, and a. VT. Coggin,
superintendent of the schools here,
appeared, lief oro the .chapter in on
effort to got them to agree to equip
a room imitable- to'the training of do
mestic science in the central' school.
Immediate action on the matter, was
deferred but this wook a special cati
meeting. was held and the chapter
agreed to meet the request of thc
committee. Nb specified fund ' WSB
limited, tho agreement hoing to.fit u
np first class In every particular. In
doing thia the chapter-required tlie
board of trustees of the school to
provide' a teach*r-4br ruhr depart
mont. Miss .Mauldln is,1 to... give, the
elaaaltwo days each.westland an cf
fort ls being, by , the trustees , to s?
cure a grade teacher that can also
give nome time to the class.
. Under tho direction ..pf Mr.. ?Joggln
an up-to-date wood' shop' for ' thjc
boya, has been j installed and much
thereat ls bc in JJ taker, in .that .branch
of' w?jr|?? ' Tho 'domestic; science* de
partment wlU glvo. tho girls, an op
portunity" to receive '' at?" additions:!
course to tba- regular .'literary train
ing and will no doubt prove most
beneficial tb them in their' future
Hon. E. P. McCravoyv endorsed: hy
the. best citizens cf town, is today
?ircuating R. petition asking tor com
pulsory education in tills school \s<
uictr1'which.; comprises thb c^tiot
wp alone. Plans tor this v are
t?a>vl?een on foot for many rr . ithB
md : . ls being.- cheerfully slgm. J by
the cHlcens . who. are anxious io eee
the law put into effect here.
Hon/ R. A. Cooper' spoke to . a
crowd, .-veral hundred " people here
3aturdo > afternoon.'being en route to,
tiis home after delivering' the liter?
?ry address tb the graduating cUsf
?t Liberty Friday evening. His heir-,
pru were most enthusiastic and were
loud in their praises bf the many val
abbie theushty. expressed in his ad
ir?*?, . Iktr.. Cbbper,. ea course, . did
iOt; refer tb politics, but expressed the
vtal.no; and qeed of 'education and
p;>b|c.e of the-' yersbnbi irespbnaibili
tlesot bach cltlien, ;
Tbe. bod.y of ii K.* Glaxner who wan
? private in Company ?f. ?stb In
fantry sliid Whb w?s drowned at MJ*
??ob?1 Te*asV the earlier bart of tl\o
tbrte nu??s from* town. " In term en t
waa ta??? Sunday ar Cross Roads
iburch.;V,v,. . ' v.:'-/?<
: ' Worshipjterg ?)o Ree. Daaee.
(Gobrf?town, Dei.\ B??p?tch Mu?a
?*??&L' ?elpbla. RowSS^^^^^
Febpl? going tb church the other
-L began io execute sining*
*- WtM -m thain:
i\ ?aa* never went shy
the corner on their
"bille othcrt hraveiy cen
?le waa i nothing but a
of bees 1 n the gfaaV tifiW
fcorc 'of R?ople -wer? stung h before
bey fotr?d o|t^?ronble.
WET YESTERDAY AFTERNOON
IN COUNTY COURT HOUSE
Fe Ensuing Year And Elected
Delegates To State Asen
ci?tica In July
The Anderson- County Eural Lot-,
ter1 Calrrlern- association was reor
ganised at a meeting held In .the court
house yesterday afternoon. Twenty
were present and were enrolled as
Officers of the new association were
elected us foli?os:
A. L. .;mlth, Belton, president. *
J. J. Trueftsali; fionea Path; vies
li. H. Chriatzburg, Willianiston;]
C. 17 Meeks, Anderson; secretary, j
A resolution providing for an
other meeting at the court house the
first Monday iii September was un
animously adopted. The president
risked that all rural carrie;*? of the
county attend the next, meeting, ^ at
which time plans for future work" of
the organization will bo effected..
Delegates to tile meeting of the
State Kural Letter Carriers associa
tion, which wilt be. hold in Columbia
in July, were chosen as follows:
L. W. Major, Bolton; J. J. Trues
jell, Hohoa Path; H..R. Chrleatzburg,
IVilliamston'. Alternates were elect
id aa.follows: J. N. Boleman, Town
site; S. Ml- Horton, Belton; D. . D.
The meeting; yesterday was an en
hualnstic one, arid -the carriers were
mdlvided In their determination to
nako the organization a permanent
mo, and give lt their support.
Tho following carriers attended
J. P. Cray, WV 8. Power, Leroy
?hil ll al rd, M. H. Halli al rd, B. 8.
lax well. C. If. Meeks, of Anderson;
t. N. Bol em an, ot Townvllle; P. D?
Jugan, H. H. Chrlestzburg of W?
lamBton; L. hf Harris. J. II . I lu li
er, S. M. Horton,1 L. W, Horton, L.
V. Major, Fred B..Cox, ot Belton;
[..?.H.,Jackson, of 4va.
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>. LETTERS UX?ALLEB FO? ?
Following ls the\ list, of letters ro
nalning uncalled for. In .tho ppat of-,
tjco at Ahderapn. js. ...C., for the'
veck enclin rr May 31,. 1916. Persons
?ailing, for these wi ll, please say that
hey were advertised. Ono cent due
m all advertised matter. ..
.& B-Leon defier, Mr, Boyder.
-Ira. W. C. Brooks,.William Solden.
?ra. T. H. Burnett^ Mr. and. Mrs.
K S. Brown, M. A. Bolt, P. D.
huton (two.letters), E. W. Brook
nan, Frank Baker.,
C-F. By Cheap, . W. E. Canup,
iVarren Grouse. '
cD-Luther Dobose,. J. E. Daven
)Ort? Mrs. B. G, Davis.
E-M. E. Ellison, Jamen Ellis.
G-r-Mrs^ Gussie Gunter.
H-C. a. Hilley,.Miss Grace Her
ls, Miss Gertrude Haddon, Miss
ithel Hopkins, E. C. Hobson. Mrs.
i. N, Harris, Mrs. ?, B. ?Itt.
J-Charles 3ett??*vp-, (Speck?l)
loynrd Jones, G. i.;, Jones (two let
ers), Mrs. Mat'.,o Jouea.
KW-Horvey Kelley, Jacob S. Klein.
Lr-Mrs. Biddle Lanna, cGo.' LiV
irsage, Jos. Lelcch, Mrs? L. M.
xjftls, Miss Mollie Little* Mrs. May
M-E. G. McColn, John Mooro.
jR-r-V. C. Pilgrim,. MissVBhner Par
:ej\ -Mrs. Bell Smith, 'Miss Lee- Sny
ler. (five letters), La Sloat, Miss
lory Smitt?, WJ. M. iSpraps, Mrs. ?.
I. G. Shipp, W. L.t Scoat.
TV-MISB Agnes E. Thompson.
W-Mrs. C. H. Whlstuant. Mrs.
lansen.... Williams.. ?^r?? J* :.A*
Vheeler, .Lombard ?rbtt, Wks, Mise
?bsa Wlnford, S. E^j^bftteo. Mrs.
,taer W?Unstlme, Vlirmond Whitlow
?iM. V. Watt, MlsS'jLoia^YenTgin^
> '? ; ;v THEDA JSA^ ' ;
THE mnus ??^ik?L'
fi ?? OF OLD
LAST OF GRANITE FRONT
BUILDINGS ITO BE TORN
TO START TODAY
?And New Building Will Be Built
Instead of Remodeling As
First Decided Upon
Work of tearing out the old store
room on the east aide of tho public
square, formerly occupied hy Slr. A
W. Kay, will be begun this morn
ing under tho i/upervislon pf Mr. W.
W. Johnson, who announced yester
day that jibe entire building would
be torn away and a.new one erected.
Mr. Kay has this,week moved his
stock of gooda ' Into tho Seligman
building on South Main street and
will continue in business there.
AB was announced several week?
ago, tho new building ls to: be erect
ed for Woolworth & company;. whq
will begin to operate ono of , their
five ami ten cent .stores In Anderson
on September 1. lt was announced
at first that tho building would only
be remodeled, but it has been de
cided to build a new one. ...
Tho tearing down of this old
building removes tho last 'of the'
store' rooms on tbat side with gra
nite fronts, which gave* tho name of
il rani to Row ' to that side of the
Convention of Masons.
Plorenco, May 30-Tho Masons ot
Florence have Invited' the district
deputy, Dr. T. E. Wannamakor of
Orangeburg, to call a convention here
in June and to invite the grand lodge.
It la very probable that the conven-j
tiou will ho one of tho largest and
most interesting that has been held
In the state. The third degree will
bo conferred here ! at tho time. Dr.
Wannamakor is busying. himself in
the matter now. He will issue a call
In a snort while, and Florence prom
ises to take care of thc visitors. The
local committee U~ Dr. IA D. Baskin,
worshipful roaster of Hampton lodge;
past masters JJ. M. Matthews, J. W.
McCown, C. B. Ham, J. W. Ivy and
Junior, warden, C. M. MoCurry.
Grand Master E?. A. Cooper Is very
much interested in the proposed Con
<MapIe Nut j Cream-something
new? abo Strawberry, nt the Owl.
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. ??. . ..?'.?.V .. . -i &? ...
thai day after dey our trimmer la t?rn
lng out some of tho very cleverest.
V you've Been thia season. Look, about
you and you1?f;$?e-every' placo- these
odd agapes, qtutfntiy, trimmed. 3ome
with the sam? material' OB the gown.
at?. delightfully pretty. Of course,^
T tbby are^becomlng;: you've never seen. ;
a hat from our Btbre that wasn't. . .
If you have a millinery want come
*n apd tell us about it. We are sure
we can fill it.
Yes, the prices right now are un*
ustmlly interesting. ?
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