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title: 'The intelligencer. (Anderson, S.C.) 1915-1917, May 31, 1916, Page PAGE SIX, Image 7',
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f-XECUTIVE COMMITTEE TO
MEET HERE ON FRIDAY
ls To Be Transacted And Is Im
portant That Every Mem
ber Be Present
As will bo Boen elsewhere In till?
issue from^tho formal .'announcement.
Anderson County Executive- commit
too Will meet next Friday morning
nt 10 o'clock In the court house, Each j
club lu the county ia entitled to ono j
executive committeeman, who was
elected at.tho regular meeting.
At -tho meeting CK Friday ?tlner-j
nry' of the county campaign will be
arranged; tho booky of enrollment j
fixed; a.HRvsHUients fixed and the |
booka of enrollment declared. Mr.
'.. F.. Tjlly, chairman, stated yea-1
toi day that buy locality dealrlng a|
campaign .meeting tdiould muko ap
plication on Friday, A full utten
danco Is requested.
Tho Andors?n -County Democratic
executivo comm Ut co will moot nt An^
dereon Court JIOUBO op Friday, Juno
2. ?IPR at 10 o'dfock a. m. Each club
ls to bo represented by on executive
committeeman who was olected at tho
club/ meeting.. At thia meeting ;the
campaign Itinerary will be arranged,
the uHKCHnmoutfl fixed and booka of
em(iihueni hemed lo each club. Any
locality doBlrlng a campaign meeting
will, make aplication at thia meetlog
?? tho' Itinerary will bo fixed at this
tim?, 1 Lot oyery executive, committee
man; bb present promptly at 10 o'clock.
Thli lnclucda 'tho .ne v. ciubB admit
ted hi tho May convention.
Leon L, Rice, C. E. Tolly.
Secveary. County Chairman; \
Take one or both of the
following with you on your
trip p - -
hy Booth tarkington
A tale of youth and sum
frier time and the Baxter
family, e^peV'.iatky: ?"William.;
An uproariously funny story
in the author's irresbtable
hy Eleanor H. Porter
Author of Pollyanna,^ Miss
Billy, Thc Tum of the Tide,
griding Stationers and Printers
-five charmitij? rnWewj
Yoting; Men and Young
your selection. .-'.-'TO^
Complete in bea::tlfu
ANOTHER POWER UNE
TO BE CONSTRUCTED
RIGHTS OF WAY FROM GAFF
NEY TO RUTKERFCRDTON
Is Now Being Shipped to Gaffney |
Aiy] Work is Expected To
Begin In Near Future
The following from The. Gaffney
Lodger in of loeul Interest:
li- R. Goodwyn, a representative of
tho Southern Power company, who
han been spending tho past two or
tlireo weeks lu Gaffney securing
right-of-way from Gaffney to Huther
fordton, Vt. C., for tho purpose of
Running a power line between these
points, bas about completed bis
work successfully. It is reported that
a alto upon which a sub-station will
bo erected has been secured lu Gaf
fney also. Tho proposed line will
rrr by way of Forest City and Carol
ecu to Kutherfordton, at all of which
powor will bo furnished to tho mills.
Poles and other matorial for erecting I
thia line are pow being shipped to I
Tho Electric Manufacturing and |
Power company has .a plant at Gas
ton Shoals on Broad river from which I
lt has been furnishing power for
Gaffney for aeveral year? and, so far, |
as is known, tho service 1^ satisfac
tory. Tho Southern Power company
also-has a plant located on Broad riv
er, this being at Ninety-nine islands,
which ls several .milos further from
The Southern Power company; la I
controlled by J. B. Duko and com-j
puny. A short timo ago it was an
nounced that the Duke policy I would
bo to assist' in building one . cotton
mill per year In towns located on the
Piedmont . & Northern electric1 If be,'
which ls controlled by this oorapdu/.
It has been stated by high officials
that the missing link of this road
between Spartanburg and Gastonla
will be constructed aa soon as busi
ness conditions warrant the expendi
ture that this would necessitate. This
may : possibly. Indicate developments
in the near future that will bo ot im
mense benefit to Gaffney and thia
MB. WALTE? BARTON FALLS
FROST; WAGON I PAINFULLY HURT
j Riding .on a wa ima that was com
ing out from tho rea? of Rosenberg's
store Into Peoples street lato >ecter
.hu- afternoon, Mr. Walter Barton, a
well known young man of this city,
lost hia balance and fell headfore
most to the brick pavment. Mr.
> Barton had a bucket of paint in his
nattd ami waa covered with the fluid
when picked up. Ho was thouglA
saverely hurt nt first, but! when the
paint waa washed from lila head and
faed the skin was found intact.
Information from hie father's home
last night was that he was none the
,\vorse for his experience, with the
exception of a fow painful bruises...
- Over WOe Strike?. '
1 Washington, May 30^-Srrikes and
lockouts' during the past six .months
numbered 1,069 a labor department
statement says. - These ta April'num
bered 268, they wore mostly in men*;
tal (trades during April.
??? - - vi- ?"? " , ? " ;
uiiencement Day, \
-esp?iciftlly^ created for
WoiTien-Miow. ready for
Who Will Serve During The Week
Which Begins in Anderson
Monday, June 19
The follow Jurors were drawn yes
terday for the first week of court of I
common pleas which convenes on|
Monday, June 19:
W. I?, Barnes, Corner.
C. A. S Itt on. Brushy Creek.
W. N. Byrum, Center ville.
O. M. Bolt, Fork.
B. B. Brooks, Broadaway.
S. B. Putten>on, Hopewell.
D. P. Gray, Willlamston.
C. B. McCown, Vorennes.
S. C. IJurriss, Garvin.
H. O. Keys, Varennes*.
?. J. Bolt, Rock MIIIB.
T. D. Watkins. Hopewell.
Elias McGee, Savannah.
J. E. Stephenson, V?rennos.
R. E. Sparks, Savannah.
P. E. Stephens, Anderson.
S. L. Barrett, Anderson.
Jool C. Kay, Belton.
.J. A. Campbell, Rock Mills.
J. P. Cox, Belton.
W. E. Chapman, Pendleton.
Ii. Parker,- Robinson, Martin.
C. D. Madden* Pendleton.
F. M. Taylor, Martin. .
. D. M. Latham, Hall.
P. B. 'Martin, Honea Path.
W. A. Dalrymple, Garvin.
G. V. Acker, Hones Path..
W . F. Farmer, Anderson.
J. M. Dickson, Brushy Creek.
S. L. Shirley, Honea Path.
R. B. Jones, Hones Path.
W. C. Clinkscales, Belton.
?. B. Wharton. Corner.
.T. L. Adams, Fork.
R. E. Llgon, Anderson.
COOPER SPE?K8 IO
Several Hundred'Hear Guberna
For Compulsory Education
Eaaley, May 30-At a recent meet
ing of of the William Eaaley Chap-1
ter United Daughters of Confederacy!
Mru.. Dora Walker, state home - De
monstration anent, M?88 Frances
Mauldln ag*?nt. and . G. W? Coggtn,
auperintende.it of the schools here,
appeared before the .chapter la. ap
effort to get them to agree to equip
a room suitable to'the training of do
mestic acleuce in the central' school.
Immediate action on the matter was
deferred but thia week a special caU
meeting was held and the chapter
agreed to meet the request of -the
committee. Nb specified fund was
limited, tie agreement being tc flt U
.up first class in every particular, tn
doing-. this tho' chapter required the
board of trustees of the school to
provide- a ?eaehof" fdr this ' depart
ment. Misa ,'Hauldln. ia.; .to,-.g}ve the
fcjw; two days each, woekj.and an .ef
fort ?B hoi ag, by thc l ru ate er. to Kjh
cure -.a. grad? teacher, that , cap siso
give soma time to tim class. _. ,
V Under, the direction of Mr. vCoRgUi
an up-to-date wood shop for the
boys has; been installed and much
Interest ia -being taken.in that branch
ot' w?rt?. / Tfie .domestic, science de
partment wtU give, tho girls an op
p or tu n 11 y to receive au- additional
?ourso to the-regular, literary train
ing and will no doubt prove mont
beneficial to them In their' future
Hon. B. P; McCravey, endorsed by
tho best cltlsens of town, ts today
clrcuatlng a petition, asking tot com
pulsory eduratioa tn. this sebool dis
trict, which comprises tho city of
Bosley alone. Plana for this move
'have been on 'foot for many' months
and IS '.belng.' cheerfully signed fey
the oUbtene who are. anxious to kee
tho lav.- pat into effect here.
. Hon.' R. A. Cooper spoke to ..i a
crowd several hundred' people: here
Saturday afternoon, bel?g en route to
his homo after delivering the liter
ary address to the graduating class
at Liberty; Friday -evening. His hear,
bra were most enthusiastic and were
loud Iq their praises of the many val
uable th ouch to expressed in his ad
dress ? Mr. Cooper., of course, ' dW
bot, refer to politick but esjr reseeduva
vi? lue and ? rieevl of 'education and
sp?ko ot theK personal rcspor??lblU-i
No body of, J. K.' Churner who was
a . prlvkto in. : Company '*M aita In
fantry and fvho Wik drowned at Mis
sion. Texas, tho earlier part of tko
tfirpo ad?es from iown. ?' Interment
^.-ttad? 'BaMay.-TaV'Cro?? 'Roads
church. . .-.;'. ' .'.
Worsblpptra Bo Bee Dance.'1
delphia Ree?rdf?T' "'
People going to church, th? eUWr
evento? began to . ?kacutt? / strang??
pit ooo ot tba main cornera'
i$v3fii$$ riever went any
? corner oh tHeir way
J,:Whllo others braV?ly?*k??
#$a?.~taeir way.* ' ^ -..".:? =
&gHw trouble irak' tootfilbg bat it
ot beeaf- io' .the grssa - plot..- but
-^Wvboverad this eo eiose?y that a
?asor*' or paople w?r>;stang: before
iheyvTopcdHe? ik??troaW?;r ^ c
belita Strawberry* ?
MET YESTERDAY AFTERNOON |
IN COUNTY COURT HOUSE
For Ensuing Year And Elected |
Delegates To State Asso
ciation In July
The Anderson.- County Rural Lot-]
tot* Crtrrlerb association WOB reor
ganized at a meeting held ia the court I
house yesterday afternoon. Twenty
i were present and were enrolled as 1
? Officers of the new association were
I elected as follows:
A. L. Smith, Belton, president.
J. J. Tru?ase?; Honea Path: Tics]
H. R. Christzburg, Williamston;
C. I.' Meeks, Anderson; secretary. I
A resolution providing for an
other meeting at the court house the [
! first Monday in September was un
an i mou sly adopted. The president j
! asked that all rural carriers of the
county attend the next meeting, a,t
which time plana for future work'of ?
thc organization will bo effected.
Delegates to. the meeting Of the |
State Rural Let tor Carriers associa
tion, which will bo held in Columbia]
in July, were chosen us follows:
L. W. Major, Belton; J. J. Tru?a
scll, Hones Path; H. R. ChrieBtzburg. |
Wllllomston. Alternates were elect
ed aa follows : J. N. Boleman, Town
ville; S. M. Horton, Belton; D. 0.
; Tho meeting yesterday was an en- j
i.huaiastic one, and the carriers were'f
undivided In their determination to I
make the organization a permanent |
ono. and give it their support.
The following carriers attended |
J. P. Cray, W. S. Power, Leroy|
Galllulrd, M. H. Gnillalrd, B. v S.
Maxwell, C. I. Meeks, of Anderson ;
J. N. Boleman, or TownvlUe; P. D.?
Dugan, H. R. ChrleBtzburg of Wll
llamston; lt. li'. Harris. J. R. Hun-1
ter. S. M. Horton, L. W. Horton. L.
W. Major, Fred B^ Cox, of 3elton;
J. .H. .Jackson, of. Iva.
I * LETTERS UNCALLED t0^ *
' Following ia >ao* fist ot letters re
maining uncalled for In tho post of
fice at Apdersc?, JS#" C.. for. tba
Week ending May ?l? 1?16. PerBons
calling for these will .please Bay thai
they were advertised.' . One cent due1
on all advertised in a tier. ..
A & B-Leon .Acker, Mr. Boyder,
Mrs. W. C. Brooks, WiJHam Boldon,
Mrs. T. B, Burnett, Mr. and Mra.
P.. S., Brown, M. A. Bolt, P. D.
Burton (twoJettera) E. W. Brock
man, Frank Baker..
C-F. D. Cheap, W. E. Canup,
Warren Grouse. ' .
<D-IjUther .?Jeboso,. J.. E. Daven
port, Mrs.. B., O. Davis?
E-M. E. Ellison, Janies Ellis.
G-Mrs. Gu salo Gunter.
H-O. B, Jiilley,-Misa Grace Har
ris, Miss. Gertrude Haddon, Miss
Ethel Hopkins, E. C, Hobson, Mrs.
B. N.. HarrlB, Mrs. E. R. Hltt.
J-Charles Jefferson (Special)
Heyard Jones, G. L.: Jones (two let
ters), Mrs. Mattie Jones.
K-Harvey. Kel ley.v Jacob S. Klein.
I^-Mrs. Biddle Lanpai. cGo. ' Liv^
ersage, JOB. Lehrch, Mrs, L. M.
Ko ft ls, Miss Mollie Little. Mrs. May
M-E. G. McColn, john .Mooro.
yP-D. C. Pilgrim, Miss Emer Par
ker, Mrs. Bell Smith? Miss Le?. Sny
der (five lettera). La. Sloat, Miss
Mary Smith, W?. M. Boraus, Mrs. ?.
\ X. G. Skipp, W. L. Sooat.
T;~MIsa Agnes E. Thompson.
W~Mrs. 0. H. Wnistnaut, Mrs.
. Henson Williams, ; Sir*. . ,??? A
Wheeler,. Lombard Jrpn- Wks/ M'se
Kbsa Wlriford, S. E. Whitten. Mra.
Idzer Woilngtlmo, Virrooa* Whitlow
Y, M. V. Watt, MissLois Yeavgln.
mm mp*!?, ^^m^n^-m
? 'mBp. !
THEDA BARA <|
?.top irff,irn:yjy. 'i? ''M^jBtV*'1'1.1 !??'
?Ilr?tbteit Spat ?a
TAKE PIM OF OLD
LAST OF GRANITE FRONT
BUILDINGS TO BE TORN
TO START TODAY
And New Building Will Be Built
Instead of Remodeling As
First Decided Upon
Work of tearing out tho old ntore
room on the east aide of the public
square, formerly ocoupled by Slr. A.
W. Kay, will be begun this morn
ing under the tupervlslon of Mr. W.
W. Johnson, who announced yester
day that the entire building would
be torn away and a ne-v one erected.
YIT. h?3 ?h?s, week nun-ul his
atbck of goods into the Scligmari
building on South Main street and
will continue In business there.
As wus announced several weeks
ago, tho new building ls tb bo erect
ed for Woolworth & company, who
will begin to operate ono of,fr their
five mid 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.
Tbe tearing ! down of this, old
building removes tho last "bf - the"
store rooms on that side with gra
nite fronts, which gave- the nomo od
Granito Row " to that aldo of the
Convention of Masons.
Florence, May 30-The Masons ot
Florence have invited tho district
deputy^ Dr. T- E. Wannamaker of
?r?ngeburg, to call a convention here
In Juno and to Invite the ?rand lodge.
It Is very probable that the. conven
tion will be one of. tho largest and:
most interesting that has been held
la the state. The third degree will
bo conferred here at tho tipie, i Dr.
Wannamaker is busying himself; in
the nm tte i- now. He will issue a call
in a s^rt while/and Florence-prom
ises to t?ko care of th"--visitors. Thc
local committee ia*- Dr. L. D. Baskin,
worahlpful master of Hampton lodge;
past masters -E. M. Matthews, J. W.
MCCown. C. B. Ham, J. W. Ivy and
Junior warden, C. M. McCurry. '
?rand Master FJ. A. Cooper ls Very
much Interested in the proposed con
vention. ? ,
.Maple Nnt Cream-something
new, also Strawberry, at the; Owl.
Bottled only with dis
mniirte* or, 25c per
that day after day our trimmer lu turn
ing out nome of the very cloveretft
you've Been this season. Look, about
you and you'll'.st?? evo ry plac? these
odd ?hopos, quaintly trimmed. Some
with tho sume material' as the gown.
al| delightfully ' pretty. Ot course; '
they are'beconaing; you've never seen
a hat from ?ur store that wasn't
If you have a millinery want come
in and tel? us about lt. Wo are sure
wo can fill tt,
Yes, the prices right uow are. un
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