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title: 'The Anderson daily intelligencer. (Anderson, S.C.) 1914-1915, September 24, 1914, Page PAGE EIGHT, Image 8',
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""The Land of Nonsense
AT THE PAL
This Double Attraction ls One ot tie
The "Perils of Pauline and on Sautrday the $300.00 piano will bef given
away absolutely free at the
Best Show In Anderson
d Tango Dancing Contest \
st Bills of theWeek; Dont Fail to See It
Movies for Today
HIS LAST APPEAL . ..SELIG
A two ree! feature,
A DIAMOND IN THE ROUGH. . . . VITAGRAPH
A nether two reeler.
We'd Like to Have You See
Our line of ladies' shoes for
this fall. Every day we have
people to admire them, they
are so far ahead of other styles
and the price is not any more. ? ?
This season the leather Louis,
leather cov?red Louis, Spanish
and semi-Spanish heels are all
the go. Cloth tops in colors
and plain black predominate
-we are showing a line most
complete in every detail and
we want you to come in and
see them. > v, " -
THIS STORE FiTS EVERY FOOT
IS WELL WORTH WHILE.
GEISBERG BROS. SHOE CO.
UNDER MASONIC TEMPLE-SHOES THAT-SATISFY
l l_'--_- ?\ -
CONDENSED PA SSE NOE B 8CHED
ULES PIEDMONT AND NORTH.
ERN RAILWAY COMPANY,
Effective ?ngnst lt, lilt,
Anderson, 8. C.
AL BERNARD tho boy from Dist* arlU
render a new selection ot gongs.
'till- I.BIX? --- _
. .... -MUS \F t:i..in;r;
ri Arrivals Departures
No. 81 7.45 s. m.No. 80 ? 20 a. m.
No. 88 8.40 e. m.No 38 8.20 a. m.
1<p xas 11.35 a. m.No. 84 10.25 a m.
m\ 87 I ?8 p. rn.No 8? Il 56 a. tn.
life. 8? ?Mo. 88 S tp.^ntL
No. 41 4.45 p. ra.No 40 J.? Wa*
No 43 8.86 p. rn.No.x42 4.46 pt m
Nc 46 7.16 p. m.No. 44 5 45 p. m.
No. 4? ll 15 o. m.No. 4? 10.00 p. m
(s-Limited train >
C. V. PALMER.
General Psaseogar Agent.
Gold Seal. Series No. 2. of this
wonderful serial story that bas creat
ed more talk than any picture ever
produced. Without a donbt tb? rnoet
wonderful and fascinating story ever
filmed. Featuring Cleo. Madison and
THE MILLION DOLLAR MYSTERY'
Than houser. Series Not ll of this
highly interesting serial drama that
has arcady gotten a finn hold on the
A 110CH'S BARON
Sterling, Ooraedr with Ford Sterl
Remember those beautiful prizes
that are given away every day. Don't
forget ., the COUNTRY . STORE
friday night. Mr. Ai Bernard has
composed a song of alt the merchants
that', have donated td- the .^"cenbtry
shore and will sing lt tomorrow night.
Storm Warning Displayed
Tampa. Fla., Sept. 88.-An advis
ory storm warning was ordered dis
played here late today by the govern
ment weather bureen at Washington.
Signals were ordered .np along the
Gulf coast from Pensacola to Galves
ton. lt was announced that a distur
bance apparently ia developing off tho
Louisiana coast and that northwest
winds, of probable tact ealing Inten
sity,, wore to ho expected. -
PUBLIC SCHOOLS NOW
ADDITIONAL TEACHERS HAD
TO BE SECURED
ALL ARE ASSIGNED
Superintendent Say? That This
Year Will Certainly Prove To
Be Successful One
Not long before the public schools
of Anderson opened a complete Hat of
the teachers employed Sn the eily
schools was printed, but il became ne
cessary to employ several new teach
ers, owing to the fact that several
clashes were 'arger than had been
expected, and when the additional in
structors had bien secured it became
necessary to mate a number of chan
ges in the assignment of grades.
E. C. McCr.nts, superintendent of
the city schools, said yesterday that
tho coming year ls to be one ot the
most successful that the Anderson j
schools have ever experienced.
At the '.request of The Intelligencer,
Mr. McCantB prepared the following
list of assignments, which will hold
good throughout the winter term:
Assignment et Teachers
Superintendent-E. C. McCants.
High School (YT. Market Street)
CW. Riser. Pria. H. S. and grade
at W- . Anderson. . -
isa Elisabeth Forney,
Miss Georgia Mai shall,
Miss Bertha Newton,
Miss Mory Hough.
Miss louise Agnew,
Miss Annie Cooley.
Grammar School 1, (YT. Market St.)
Sixth Grade-Miss Alma Turner.
Fifth Grade-Miss Tallulah Crow
Fourth Grade-Misa May Russell.
Third Grade-Willie Maynard.
Second Grade-Miss Annie Allen.
First Grade-Miss Daisy Wilson.
Grammar School No. S.
Principal and First Grade - Mrs.
Fifth Grade-Miss Ella May Cum
Fourth Grade-Miss Leila Mosley.
Fourth Grade-Miss Leona Foster.
Third Grade-Miss Lucile Durriss.
Second Grade-Miss Bessie Tucker.
Second Grade-Miss Ruth Archer.
First Grado-Miss Eva Trlbblo.
First Grade-Miss Eugenia Max
Grammar School No. 8.
Principal and Seventh Orado-Miss
Sixth Grade-Miss Lena Cllpkscales.
'Fifth Grade-^MIss Olivia" Duckett.
Fourth Grade-Miss Irene Prince.
Third Grade-Miss Eddie Davis.
Third Grade-Mise Ruth Watkins.
Second* Grade-Miss Helen Burris's.
First Grade-Misa Lenora Hubr
Grammar School No. 4.
Principal and Seventh Grade - G.
Seventh Grade-Miss Jean Harris
Sixth Grads-Miss E??? Major.
Fifth Grate-Miss Charlotte l yrics.
? CS ? ?h Gr??c- stet ss m?nam Lee.
Third .Grade-Miss Anna Brown.
Second Grade-Miss Vera Pruitt
First Grade-Miss Evie Lewis
Grammar School, No? s. ' i
Principal Fifth and Sixth Grades
Mrs. C. M. Bu ch a n nan.
Fouth Grade-Miss Ruby Manning.
Third Grade-Miss Mary Acker.
Second Grade-Florence Hungens
First Gnuie-V?nielle O'Neal.
Grammar School No. 6.
Principal j First Grade-Cleo Balley.
Second and Third Grades-Annie
Colored A (Reed Stree?)
Principal-W. IT. Gassawoy.
Mattie Me?re. ?
Christine Thomas. ,
Colored B (Sooth Pant Stret )
Principal-M. J. M. Earl?.
Janie Lou Williams,
EXAS M TELLS
SAYS THAT HIS STATE IS ALL
Texjt* Legislature Will Work Out
ie By Which All Farmers
Will Be Greatly Aided
H faro an Brown of Vernon, Texas,
waa??n Anderson yesterday and while
here* he talked very interestingly of
conditions now prevailing in Texas.
He says that Texas will raise an av
erage cotton crop this year of 4,200
000 ;ba4es and that the planters of
Texas are not worrying over the so
tiring and selling of cotton. He says,
that,-the State is in a fine financial !
condition and that Governor Colquitt
hasjrecently called a special session'
of tee General Assembly for the pur
pose of considering wayo ind means
to h?lp the farmers. Governor Col
quitt'will submit to this legislature
a bill whch he will ask them to pass.
He Viii appeal to the l?gislature to
incorporate a State holding bank
system with a centra) bank, this bank
jg a capital, of 980,000,000, the
tl to be jjecured by Issuing
i redeemable at one. two, three,
and dye years after dat?, tor
le?t money to make up the capi
the bank and to create such dc.
surplus as might bo necessary
to handln advances to all Texas
farmers to thd extent of 10 cents per,
l>uund, provided the cotton is placed j
in bonded warehouses s/uch as were,
created at a recent session of tbe leg-j
islature. State warehouse bonded in
spector s have also been-appolnted for
each county In Texas and these men
are .paid a salary by the State. His.
certif?cate for cotton stored in a
warehous- is accepted as collateral
anywhere in the State without ques
Mr. Brown says the opinion in
Texas is that the ??|ri?4ature will
adopt the proposed bis?l as a whole
and that the Central State Bank will
Tho TexaB man was visiting rela
tives- in Anderson and he left last
night for High Point, K. C., Where, he
goes to purchase a large bill of fur
?issy Bend, Fluttering Heart, FR . >g
fewest*. : i
These aro signs of kidney and blad
der trouble. You'll have headaches,
too? :baokachcs and toe UUd all over.
Don't wait longer, but tie-in' taking
Foley Kidney Pills at once, lt wont
be long before your miserable sick
feeling will be gone. You will sleep
well, eat. wol 1 ? and grow, strong. and
active again. 'Tney^are a tonic abd
your entire system aa well as your
kidneys and bladdor will be benefittcd
by their uBe. Try them. Evana' Phar
?U. S. C., Columbia, 8. C.
To the People o?
rarisb to thank you for the confl
uence that you havo placed in me by
sleeting me as your - representative
In the legislature; Words cannot ex.
preta my appreciation of every vote
?ast for me in the pa?*, r'slefctioh, but
ni endeavor to show toy my actions
M d work in the future sr sartlal ap
preciation of the honor conferred op
^^^^pm not g oins *TO" ~ih?pf osent any j
>n such measures that will be for the,
upbuilding and betterment ot Ander-J
mn County wife ?ha .-/K?ts ot South j
karolina. I real Ic? that such condit
ions now Axtst. that - we must nut !
iz'.Ac politics, and all . sst toceiher
ind Work with the one ata--and b?t
onnent ofthe condition ot Ute people
ip wath Carolina.
If there ls any suggestion that any
yt you would like to. matee, I'll be glad
if you write me.
Thanking you again for the hand
some rote that I received, I remain,
RUFim ?"ANT. JR.
The fit, style and service of
every garment we sell.
Our present line of Men's
and Boys' Clothing to be un
The fabrics to be of the new
est weaves, and the hand
somest we have ever been
able to secure.
If you travel the country
over you will find no more
attractive line of Men's
SS BUT COME SEE FOR YOURSELF!
Parker & Bolt
THE ONE PRICE CLOTHIERS
RA FONO LAS
A full line of ail styles, rang
ing in pnce from $25 upward.
Call and see how much
pleasure your family can get out
of a Grafonola and a few
? A. REE? PUNO & ORGAN CO.
(By Associated Press.;
London, Sept. 84.->Two squadrons
af British naval airmen ?ade a dar
in pr raid ytiKtcrday from Belgium
against the German Zeppelin airship
basis at Dusseldorf and Cologne. The
sttack at Dussclrdorf was officially
reported aa having been successful.
Lieutenant C. H. Collett dropped three
Srr>r;ir;r. t?w?5 7.Cj.^-lift nbe?,
' .; - ; :;<M$,
within 400 tost ot
The attack of Cologne apparently
failed, as the official announcement
does not mention it. An Antwero
papar, howevsr, says four bom.be fell
?>u the Zeppelin camp at, l^ekerdort
and set flre to the hangers.
.The squadrons making a raidjnto
Germany are believed to har* "con
sisted of five a?roplanes. The novel
expedition started from an unmen
. hrs^e. Th<j n'ic?ii^er was ?iiaty,
which asaltad In the secrecy of-tho
air fleet's approach to the Intended
scene of operation. It is thought la
some circles that weather conditions
caused a hitch tn plans and it is pos
sible tha\ two bombs dropped on tb?
Dutch town of Maastricht, near tho
German border, Tuesday, from a mys
terton* aircraft, may have come from
one of the British fliers. No fatalities
resulted from the exploaioQa^HHfl||