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POLL TAX NOTICE
Following IH tho Hot of names llahlc
forpoll tax In thin county In addition
to those secured hy the School Board:
P. li. Acker. O. H. Alcwlne, M. E.
Allen, W. It. Anderson, J. C. Arnold,
E. L. Atkinson
Jas. A. Halley, A. A. Baker. T. S.I
Bannister, Albert Hunknight. Allie G.!
Barton, Chas. E. Harton, Walker:
Beal, C; C. W. Beatty, D. W. Boll,'
8cott Henson, C.; C. W. Hice, ?. F. I
Blgby, John Blake, C.; John Bilsen,'
C.; Alonzo Bob*. C.; I*. A. Holding, I). I
L Borrough, Isuuc M. Horrough, C.I
A. Bouchillon, J. M. Bouchillon, Ben
Bosctnan, C.; Crate Hozeman, C.;
James Bradley, C.; J. S. Hradley, C.;
A B. Browton, C.; O. C. Brock. W. P.
Brock, W. P. Brooks, C. W. Brown,
G. P. Brown, H. L. Brown, Jim
Brown, C.; J. S. Brown, O. L. Brown,
Brobert Brown, C.; Vester Brown, C.;
W. C. Brown, Z. E. Brown, Robt F.
Brownlee, F. E. Broylos, Jim Bruce,
C.; Cray ton Budgen, C.; Miten Bur
ris, C.; H. Burkett, J. L. Burley, W.
W. Burley, Lawrence Burrpgc, J. M.
Burrlss, W>. S. Burton, Bock I tut:?..
CV; G. O. Butler. S. H. Byron, John
Bradley, C.; J. W. F. Brown.
Lindsay Cado, C.; Wm. Calhoun,
C.; John Calhoun, C.; I.icroy Camp- ?
bell, O. T. Campbell, C. P. Campbell,
W. H. Campbell. E. J. Campbell, T. C.
Cann, G. P. Cannon, A. M. Carpenter, ;
Ben Carpenter, C.; E. E. Carpenter, C.
A. Carter, T. C. Carter, Jerry Carter,
Karlo Carter, C.; T. F. Cartwright,
C. G.. Gason, F. M. Cason, Henry Ca- J
son, Charlie Cartwoll, ll. A. Caudle,
G. W. Chambers, Marlon Chamblcc, |
0.; U. Ii. Chappclan, F. B. Ch?ntala,
Si T. Choatain. Tom Cherry, C.; Burr
Chiles, C.; Moses Chlloa C.; F. C.
Clark, G. B. C.lark, Joe Clark, C.; Wil
liam Clayton,' t?:; Oscar Cleaions, C.;
JJ? Mae* Cline, Willie Clrnkscalcs,
Ben Clinton. C.; Marshall Colo, C.;
John B. Collins, C.; II. T. Compton,
?. H. Compton, J. P. Cromer, C.;
Will Crom.br, C.; R. E. Cooper, Car
rlo Cowan, C.; St II. Co wau, C.; Wal
ter Cowan, C.; D. C. Cox, Elijah Cox,
G. M. Cox, A. C. Craw io rd, John
Crawford, C.; J. Robert Crafford, Syl
vester Crawford. F. B. Crayton, C. N.
Cromar, A. L. Crothor, C. M. Cun
ningham, 'C.; B. Frank Cunlngham,
C.; Robert Cunningham, C.; T. B.
.8. W. Ranter, J. F. Imvis, Mono Da
vis. C.; W. C. Davis. P. H. Darkin.
Alford Day, C.: John Henry Doan. (
J. 8. Dean. William Dean, C.; C. J.
DeCamp, Georgo Dease, Henry Dial,
C.; John Dickson, C.; "Jim Dickson,
a; WV*. Dickson, T. M. Dodd, Wal
ter Inlier,., C.; O. D. Drake. Fred
pron8J,.'C.: JE. B. Drtdkel, J. H. Dris
niii, I1, jn. iMviiumi, ivu> JL/uui/nb, C.,
B. F. Ducwortb, John Duncan, Irham
Dutch, C.; .*ohn Dutch, .C.; Joo Bay,
J. H. Earle. W. P_ Earls, Jeff Ed
wards;', CV; Win. P. EU*?F-???. Lea Ag
new, C.; L M. Eirvin, John L. Elgin,
Raymond; El its, Thos. S. Ellson, John
Elrod. Win Emmerson, Jeff Ervin, C.;
Marion Eskew, Isham Evans, C.; Johr
E. Evans, John R. Evana,
j Dan Fair, C.; Warren Fair, C.; A.
Davis Fant. C. W. Fant. J. R. Fant,
Prue Fant, C.; Walter Fant, John Ma
rton Farrow, Lewin Pe?netela, Her
man Fine, EdwlnFlcishman, W. N.
Fortune, Wm. Foster. J. S.. Fowler.
.Jr., Jim Freeman, 8. L. Fuller, Wal
ter Fuller C..
Horacn GlUand C., Leroy millard,
Sloan Garland, Ep. Gaines C., Chas. A.
Oambrcll, Joe. Gambrell C., Roam
uainbren, c.; A. M. Garrison. W. F.
C"riser,, D. C. Garrison, Abo Gary,
J. Frank Gary, -Sam Gary, W. H.
Gary, T. F. Geiger. Will Geiger C., H.
M. Geer, Roy L. Geer, R, A. Gentry,
W. A. Gillan, J. C. (Himer, K. E. (111
mor, Miles Glover C., R. L Gold
smith, Jno. W. Graddock, * Karie
Gray C., Wm. DcAmpert Gray, John
Grant C., L. M. Grant C. Elijah Griffin
C. , Nolson Green C., Warren Green
C., Will Oreen. Clarence Groves, B.
G. Gulley,, Henry Gray, C.
Columbus Hall. C.; Tom Hall, C.;
J. P. Hamlltton; C. H. Hammond;
Paul Hampton, C.; Paul Hanks;
R M. IffeSSi F. M. C. Harden; Bil!
Hardey. C; Bd. Hardy. C.; 8. C. Hi
grovq; I*. P. Harper, C.; Andrew
Harris, C.; J. P. Harris, C.; H. E. Har
wood; Bewley. Hawkins, C; Enoch
Harthorne, C.; Judge Harthorne; J.
W.. Hay ole; M. L. Heatton; W* A.
Heaton; E. 8. Heddon; J. 8. red
den; Sh nier Heddon; W. L. Hombree;
J. v. M. Hendricks: Milliard Ken
dricks; Jim Henry, C.; F. A. H car
in;,.C. M. Hicks; -, Dan Hicks, Ri
Frank Hicks, C.; John Hicks, C.; Ar
thur Hill; Tim HUI. C.; Isaac Hodge,
C.; ii, A. fluff. C.; W. O. Hogan, Lee
G. .Holleman; R. R. Holroyd; Jesso
Houlbrook, E. R. Horton* John Will
Hubbard; W. A. Hudgens; .Joe Hunt;
Berlins Irwins, C.; J. E W. Jack
Bon, C.; Julina Jackson, C.; Warren
' Jackson. C.; A. J. James; Ed. James;
E. M. James; 8. C. James; T. W.
Jaynes; Dr. M. F. Jenkins, C.; J.
L Jennings; 8. H. John. C.; Eddie
Johnson, C.; Elliott Johnson, C.;
John Johnson, C; Jno. W> Johnson;
Pearcy Johnson, C.; 8. W. Johnson,
'John James; . john Joiner; Allen
Jones, C.; Andrew Jones, Ci; Gus
Jon?*, C*jHaywood Jones'C,; Henry
Jone?, C.; H. W. Jones; James Jones;
Jno. Henry Jones, C; Simon Jones.
C.; C. M. Kay; E. J. Kay; H. W. Ksy;
R. K. Kay; 8. C. Kay; Willis Kay. C.;
W. V. Kay; Wini? Kersp, C.; J. C.
Keys; J. P. Kinard, A. L. King; C. G.
King, L. P. King, w. J. King. Bill
Knox, C.; Ed. Knox. C.; H. D. Knox.
C Vance Knox, C.
Marlen Laboon. C.; M. M. Labcon;
G. FA Lacy; J. B. Lacy; W. WV
Lacey, Ja*. Lander, C.; John Lange,
J. M. Lanier, JV F. Laug?iridgo, Ed.
Latmbe. Cr John Lat?mcr. C.; Wilt
?aw, C.; B. Ev LeCroy, Dock Lee
fi. C. Lewis, John T. Ijswls. L
3UNfc& 8. Lig?n, T. E. Link, Bo
Linton, C.; Toni Linton, C.; Will Lol
11s Clifton Ludlow, C.; W. W. Lyeth,
Judge Lynch, C.; Mack McCathran,
C.; A. M. McConnell, Samuel F. Mc
Connell, M. C. AicCo'van, C.; J. A. Mc
Coy, John W. McCurry, S. H. Mc
Daniel, John McDonald, C.; Peter
McDonald, C.; E. A. MeGinnts. Ed.
McIntosh. C.; George Mcjntosh, J. M.
McIntosh, C.; Jim McIntosh, C.; L.
P. McKinney, I. E. McGee, Wm. ?. R.
Mclean, C. W. McLeakey, F. A- Mc
Swain. W. A. McSwain, J. N. Maddoi,
Ezekiel Major. J. J. Major, Martin Ma
jor, C.; W. G. Martin, Tommy McCade.
C.; Foster F. McConnell, Clyde
s. ;Mattison*, Joyce Mattlson, C.
M. B. MnttlKon, Joe Mauldln. C.;
Leo Mauldin, C.; J. ll. Maxwell; J.
M. May; C. M. Mayfield ; J. C. May
Jbld; W. A. Mayfield; EJmore
Mean. C.; R. L. Medlin; A. W. Mere
dith; A. P. Merrlweather, C.; Sylves
ter Miles,; C.; John Milford, C.
George Miller, C.; D. II. Mima, C. V.
Minor, Dr. J. C. Mitchell, J. G. Mitch
ell, Ellis Meian, C.; Charlie Mocrc,
C.; Luther Moore, C.; Wis Mooro,
C,j W. C. Moore, W. G. Moore. Alfi
Moorehead, C.; Dob Morris.; Charley
Morrow, C.; F. I* Monrow, J. A. Mon
roe, R. Emmett Moaely, Harris Moss,
C.; V. H. Moss, J. h. Murphy, S. M.
Murphy, Rev. J. A. Murray, C.; Arch
Noel, C.; 8. J. Neeso, John A. Nceley,
Hob Newell. C.; Fink Nowell, C.; Will
Norris, C.; H. A. Norryco, Ed. Oliver,
C.; Hen Oliver, C.; F. P. Osborne, J.
H. Owen, John W. Parker, Lcm Pate,
C.; lion Patton, C.; M. W. Patterson.
Bylvostcr Patterson, C.; ll. L. Payne,
Morris Pcckler, Alf Perry, C.; Ernest
Por ry, C.; P Phillips, C.; W. L, Phil
lips, C. ; 8. M. Pickens. T. T. Bick
ens, A. M. Plnkston, Snm Poiiiikoff,
Wesley Posey, C.; Andrew Will Pow
D11, Henry Power, C.; H. A. Powell, W.
A. Power, Joe Pratt, C.; J. W. Press
Icy, John Prince, W. D. Princo, John
Pringle, C.; O. A. Propy. C. A. Pruitt,
Dr. H. A. Pruitt. Fi. W. Pruitt, S. O.
Pruitt, C. D. Ramer, William Ranier,
J. L. Rampcy, J. M. Ttasor, J. L* li.
Rast, T. A. Ratliffe. John Redd. C.;
C. Frank Reed, Gus. Reeves, C.; Rev.
I. R. Reynolds, C.; Alexander F.dcc.
C.; Charlio Rico, C.; Cliff Rice.
V.; Rock Rice, C.; Ellas F-ice,
C.; Joseph Rice, C.; Newt Rice,
L'.; Paul Rice, C.; Sam Rico. C.;
Stephens Rice, C.; John Richardson.
C.; E. J. J /.ehnrdson, J. D. Roberts.
Dave Robinson. C.; David Robinson,
C.; L. W. Rodgers, A. T. Roebuck,
C. ; Gcorgo Rogers, C.; J. A. Rogers,
Richard Roper, A. C. Ronda, II. L.
Rouda, C. C. Itouda. L. C. Rondo. Will
Ruddcnscll. C.; John A. Russel), John
El Sadler, Snm Sadler, C.; John Hon
ry Snllco, C.J Chas. Mack Sanders.
D. Sanders, C.; E. N. Sanders, Flan
ker Sanders, C.; L. C. Sanders,,W. A.
Sanders, J. S. Sargent, Joseujr Scott,
W. T. Scott, Martin Soligman, Sam
Shanks. C.; Mnck Sheppard, C.; Dave
Shearn, c.; Prue Shearn, c.; Marlon
Shipman, Williams Shipman, J. F.
Shumntc, J. F. Sir's, Alex. Simons,
Press Simmons. C.; Ed. Simpkin,
E. E. Simpson, J. E. Simpson, R. C.
Simpson, Jcs Simpson, C.; Major
Simpson, C.; Sam Simpson, C.; Scaron
Sloan. C.; Andrew Smith, C.; Claude
Smith, C.; Elijah Smith, C.; Fur man
3mith. O. L. Smith. Mack Smith, C.;
IC. P. Smith, O. H. Smith, W. J. Smith,
lim Snipes, C.; Jas. T. Snow, J. Rv
Sparks, J. I. Spearman, George
Spaed, C.'; Andy Spencer, C.; John
Jponcer, C.; Luther Spencer, C.;
Ralph Spencer, C; Frank Starks, C.;
3. J. Starks, ? James Stephens, W. A.
Stephens, Will Stephen:;. C.; Oscar
stewart. C.; W. A. Stoddard. Andrew
3 to ne, W. L Stone, Amos Btribllng,
J. C. 6 trihi inc, Jr., Prod Strick
land, M, W. 8trlc*'artd, A. B. Sullivan.
Charles Allen Sullivan, C. S. Sullivan,
fr. Cullen Sullivan, George Sullivan,
!'.: Jako W. Sullivan, W. B. Sullivan.
W AV. Sullivan, R. D. Suttles, Thoa.
A. Buttles, L. C. Switzer.
Sylvester Tanney, John TaLe, C. ; C.
L. Taylor, W. O. Telford, Alonzo
Thomas, C.; Archer Thomas, C.; Hen
ry Thomas, C.; Charlie Thompson,
Prank Thompson, C.; R. S.
Thompson, Wade Thompson, Charlie
Thornley, C.; C. E. Tolly, Geo. M.
rolly, C, E. Trlbblo. C. L. Tucker, B.
A. Vandlvor, Loy O'Neal Vandlvcr,
lohn Valentine, C.; O. B. Van Wick,
W. L. Wade, Artie Wakefield, C.; Co
lumbus Wakefield, C.; Columbus Wal
ker. C.; Dave Walker, C.; Hubert
Walker. C.; John Walker, C.; Wash
Walker, C.; W. M. Walker. C.; W. M.
Wallace; Jim Wall, C.; Tom Wall, C.;
Walker Walls, C.; W. M. Wardlaw, C.;
Fohn Washington, CL: P. E. Watkins.
B. P. Watson, Mike Watson, C.; T. P.
Watson. Theo, P. Watson, P. W. Watt,
?3. W. Webb, John. Webb, C.; ?CC.
Webb, John Wehner. W. W. Wells. D.
H. West, W. H. White, H. M. Wrtt
en, J. B. Whitten, Gus Wldeman, C.;
Carrol Williams, a; Coleman Wil
liams, C.; Ed. Williams. C.; Geo. T.
Williams. O. W. Williams. Gua Wil
liams, C.; George Williams.' C.; Jim
Williams. C.; Pink Williams, C.; Rob
erts William*, C.; Stuart Williams. C.;
Will William. C.; a M. Wllllford. C;
K. T. Wilson. H. R. Wilson. J. M.
Wilson. J. T. Wilson. Priestly Wilson,
3j John Wood, C.; Julian Wood, C.;
[?, C. Woodson, Peter Woolbrldge. J. L.
Wooten, C. K. Wright, Prank Yoong.
:.; George Young. C.; Jerry Young,
Sj Tillman. C.
?ro*dwny, Ita? 17, Andersen School.
Jodie Bowlen. C.; Erskine Clink*
wales. C.; Foster Chile?, Hean Craw
ord, C.: John Crawford, Cf; J. H.
Crawford, C.; Brasil Fud tow, C. ; Geo,
?aInes, C.; Ed. Groves, C; Deas
bampton. C.; Preston Hampton, C.;
Will Hawkins, C.; Trover Johnson,
\; Zack Martin, a; Mathew Oliver,
Edmond Reese, C.; Jay Reese, C.;
ease Hickey. C.; Ed. Robinson. C.;
Uimmy Robinson, C.
Cen terrille T. W. P.
Gee. W. Allen, J. A. Alowino, w. G.
! alley. Heed Boil, C.; Robert Bell.
3.; Haye Benson. C; Law renee Blsh
ey, C.j! John B!aokw??l, C.; Mathew
Backwell. C.; 8am Blackwell. C.; C.
Y Blair, Wm, Rv Blakely, Mack Bia
io<:k, Toi n'liock, Ves Blasslngale, C.;
Jim Hu.-eiiiun, C.; J. D. Boykio, Arley
Brown. Lee C. Brown, L. H. Brown,
Sam Brown, C.; T. H. Hryant, Rutht-r
Burel!, C.; W. M. Burden, M. T Rur
riss, W. ll. Burton, Will Butler. C.;
Joe R? Uyrum, W. M. Byrum, ll. L.
Capiy, B. B. Cargill, Lee Cauthers,
J V. Oartbey. J. P. Cartoon, W. D.
Cason, John Caudell, K. L. Chapman,
Willie Cherry, C.; Herbert Clarke, C.;
Andy Clayton. C.; W. P. Cleveland,
J. C. Cody. It. S. Coleman W. lt. Cole
man, J. H. Colley. P. A. Cox, ll. F.
Crawford, Ed. Crawford, C.; I>oroy
Crawford, C.; Charley Creuahaw, Bo
ney Cunningham, C.; Frank Cunning
ham, C.; Sam Cunningham, C.
Anderson Dalis, C.; John I Janie!
James Donley, C.; D. E. Da vi 8, C.; W.
J. Davis, Earley Derrick, C.; S. O.
Dickson, Arthur Dillard, C.; Rev. D.
W. Dcdgo, J. II. Dorr, Albert Dilbose,
c.; Oscar Duch, C.; Henry Duncan,
T. E. Dyar.
Ella? Karlo, C.; E. B. EllenburK,
.V. V. Klrod, Will Krinen-on, c.; J,.
English, Jean Everhart, C.; W. I ven
UCll, John A. Fields, J. O. Fifer, !.. E.
Forrester, H. E. Fouster, G. I'. Fowler,
... L. Franklin, Tom Frazier, C.; Will
Frazier. C.; Dock Freely, C.; S. B.
I). C. Gay. S. Franklin Gilbert. W.
E G.illiuple, W. Frank Glllisple. W. F.
Glen?. John Godfrey, Jahn Hinson
Godfrey, W. C. Gordon, Harley Grant,
Lawreuce Groen, C.; L. P. Green, B.
C. Griggs, lt. P. Gurley.
Colan Hamilton, C.; Henry Hamp
oon, C.; W. P. Hammond, J. H. Haw
kins. E. H. Haddon, W. E. Hill. B. R.
Hillard. P. W. Hopkins, W. G. Hop
kins, W. H. Horton, Andrew Hunter,
C. ; Emmcr Jackson, C.; B. F. Jen
kins, K. L. Jenkins, S. B. Jenkins,
L. C. Johnson, Charlie Joner,, C.; D.
J. Jones, John Jones, Luther Jones,
S. R. Jones, Will Jones C.; Wm. D.
Jones, D. L. Kino. J. H. King. J. P.
King, C. W. Kerby, J. E. Kirby. Jim
Baboon, C.; Prince Lewis, C.; John
A. P. McCown, John C. McConnell,
JOB. H. McCuc, Loyd McEntire, Bob
Mack. C.; G. G. Madden, J. H. Man
ning. M. L. Mushburn, W. M. Motts.
D. I?. Miller, W. D. Moody, John
Moore, C.; H. O. Morris, R. D. Murray,
Robert Nowell. C.
Will Oliver, C.; A. F. Parker, J. J.
Parker, J. P. Parker. TX M. Parker,
W. A. Parker, W. L. Pelf rey, Jim
Peters. C; W. F. Phillips.
N. B. Ralncy, 1. A. Ranford, Charley
Reid, Sam Roach, Clarence Robinscn,
C.; John Robinson, C.; Levi Robinson,
C.; Dace Sader, C.; G. E. Sanders,
J. S. Sanders. J. M. Sarasko, T. M.
Saraske, Toney Scott, C.; Joo Shanks,
C.; W. R. Simpson. Noel Skelton. Ear
aost Sloan, C.; M. L. Smith, W?. T.
Smith, F. CV Spearman, J. M. Spear
man, W. A. Speer, Earnest Stone, W.
A. Sutherland, Ralph Taylor. Will
Toosley, C.; Floyd H. Thomas, Rich
ard Thomas, C.; W. D. Thompson, Dan
Tilley, Cl; Burley Tucker, C.; J. J.
Wade. E. S. Ward. Dolphus Warreu.
C.; Lucius Warrin, C. W. A. Watkins.
Jim v?'at son, C.; Joe Mack Watson,
John W. Watson, Laurence Wat
son, W. Eugene Watson, Bob Webb.
C.; W. O. Wheeler. C. M. White.
Charles M. wiilte, S. D. Whitti. T.
IO. White, D. O. Whltmire. R. E. Whlt
mlrc, Jamos Williams, C.; Lawrence
Wilson, C.; Boney Williams, C.;
Varen n?s, T. S.
Anderson School, District No. 17.
James Anderson, L. W. Anderson,
c.. M. E. Ashloy, J. G. Ayers, T. I.
Barber, T. T* Bailey. C. E. Bartlett.
J. P. Bleckley. E. S. Blemdard, R. W.
Beaders, T. W. Bolt, P. P. Bowen,
John A. Brisscy, Arthur Brown, FA S.
Brown, W. M. Brown, C. C. Buclian
non, R. J. Buchannon, C. H. Burkett,
T. A. Burkett.
E. J. Campbell, J. A. S. Caudle. M.
J. Childs. J. A. Cochran, R. A. Craft,
Clarence K. Crawford, J. F. Cromer,
G. H. Daniels, J. A. Davis, W. O.
Dobbs, Harley Dutts, Fred M. Dunlap.
Calvin P. Ellison, C. M. Elmore.
Major Evans. S. B. Evans, J. W*. Far
mer, John C, Fields, J. H. Fields. B. P.
Fisher. T. F. Fisher. Wm. B. Fishor,
T. N. Ford, W. L. Gaines, C. T. Gam
broll. W. E. Ginispie. B. P. Green,
W. A. Gunnell, J. E. Gunter.
Ben Hall, C.; J. H. Hancock, T. O.
Harris, Charlie Harrison, J.. FL Haw
thorne, C.; Randolph Hawthorne, C;
John A. Hayes, A. S. Hoad, J. L. Head,
A* M. Hill. D'ck Hill. C.; J. W. Hilley,
John G. HudgenB. Eugene A. Hutchins
T. N. Hutchinson. Dock Ivcster, J. B.
Ivester, L. H. Ivestor.
Alonzo Jaynes, Gus Johnson, C.;
Henry Johnson, C.; Holley Johnson,
C.; Robert Jones, C.; R. s. Jones, J.
C. Jordan, W. A. Jenkins.
C. 8. Kay, S. C. Kay, D. L, King, W.
F. Kirby, J. B. Lurk, W. H- G. Leas
C. C. McCall, George McCoy, W. A
McKee, P. C. MoPhail. John Mack, C.;
Hamp Majeskl, E. C. Martin, E. L
Martin. J. W. Martin, Orange Martin
R, L. Martin, J. & Moacham, Will R
Medlock, R. W. Meredith, T. L. Mera
dlth, E. W. Milford, J. E. Mette, Tsa*<
Maddox, John Morris. C.; 8. K. Mull
Mathew Oliver. C.; Thompson Oliver
C.; C. H. Pearson, H. H. Pearson, W
G. Perrin, Charlio Perry, W. L. perry
Robert Pool, Billy Presley. C.; W. M
Pressley. C. W. Prince, A. C. Reeves
W. H Rice, Oscar Roberts.
. L. A. Sanders, G. A. Batterfleld, C
F. Shaw, J. A. Shaw, J. R. Simpson,
Major Simpson, C.; Marion Simpson
C.; R. J. 8latoa, John W. Smith. Ii.8
Stamps, R. I* Stiles, Herman Stone
W. K. Strayors, Ed. Saltia; Wm. But
Henry. Taylor, C; Isham Taylor,
June Taylor, C.; J. T. Teague, C.: J
TV, Thomas, C.; Artie Thompson, C.;
Rill Thompson, G.; Lindsay Thomp
son, C.; Henry Thornley, C.; W.'T
Thornton, Jahn E. Tinsley, Presto?
Tucker, J. W. Tucker, Ben Turner, C.
.John T. Vail, a C. Vail, J. H. Ver
Carl Watson, C.?. S. B. Wessenger. 8
J. Wessenger, Claude Williams, e.;
Senrge Williams, C.; John WilUa.ns
C.; Oscar Williams. C.; H. Wade Wil
liams, J. T. Wilson. W. T. Woods.
C E. Varbrougb. E. A. Yatee, N. L
fates, Ebemeaer Tearjip,
Steady Tone Has Doveloped in
Situation During tho Past
(?y Associated Tress.)
NEW YORK, Oct. 30.-A steady
tone lie.? developed in tho cotton sit
uation during! Hie past week, and
while sentiment still is vory much
unsettled, some traders arc inclined
to believe the market haa seen iii
maximum estimates of the crop and
thc worst phases of trade depression
Thc amount of colto'n Ginned to Oc
tober 13 encouraged largo crop esti
mates, but since thc publication o
thc figures, killing frosts over most
of the belt have tended toward more
bullish Ideas of tho supply. Increas
lng export demand and an improviti'
financial situation help to account for
mote cheerful view.
Tho demand for last half of Oc
tober commitments apparently has
absorbed "diatrcss" cotton and pros
pects that the $135,000,000 loan
fund soon will be available on the
basis of G cents for middling cotton
is believed to.have stiffened tho atti
tude of such farmers ns are not un
der tho necessity of forcing their cot
ton on the Immediate market.
Offerings have been smaller dur
lng the past few days, and thorc have
been advances of half a cent Or more
in the prices asked by Southern shlp
Jpcrs. Liverpool has reduced the li
quidating prices of. January-February
them to 4.S0d, ''which, at the differ
ence agreed upon last September,
would equal 7 l-2q for December con
tracts In Now York, and disputes
have arisen in the undoing of st rad
dies. This matter is considered of
diminished general Importance, how
over, as the operation of the propos
ed .syndicate pinn is expected to make
a reopening of the market possible
without waiting for tho complete ll
'initiation of International accounts.
New York Cotton
' (By Associated Press.)
NIVy YORK? OcL 30.'-^According tc
a statement today by tho chairman
nf the cotton"''exchange . liquidating
committee, alf official -announcement
of ihe syndicate plan for* taking over
old contracts will bo mode as soon
as a court order has been handed
down permitting thc sale nt 0 ccntr
for December, ot the contracts of a
large firm which failed herc during
tho summer. Thia promise seemed to
increase confluence in an carly re
sumption of business, and the action
of tho board o(. managers in passln?
rules which lirovidr. that the new
commission rate shall applv only to
trading in new style contracts evi
dently was considered another step
:n thc same direction.
A tcnative plan for a,clearing house
aiso was considered by the board at
todays meeting, and will bc taken m
again Monday, wficn the conference
committee also will resume negotia
tions with Liverpool on liquidation of
Southern advices indicated contin
ued firmness in tho Southern marketr
which woro generally higher and lt
was reported that considerable busi
ness was done In December contracts
on the curb here at the 71-2 cents
level. Detailed weather reports show
ed further frosts in the heit, but tem
peratura seemed somewhat higher
and generally clear conditions pre
vailed in tho South.
?Cotton Seed Oil
-i - i
(By Associated Press.)
NEW YORK, 0ct' Sd- After open-i I
lng strong on short covering and firm- *
er crude markets, prices for cotton. 1
sood oil today reacted under realizing 1
and selling hy reilnors. but towards '
the close thc list again firmed up on 1
renewed chort Covering and new buy- <
lng for long, account Final prices <
showed a net adro ncc of ? to 16 I
points. Tenders on November con- t
tracts woro 50Q.barrels. <
Tho market,closed firm. Swt $5.00 1
(Ti 5.20; November $5.10 ?P i2; De- ?
comber $5.19??,?; January $5.29? I
5.30; February $6.40525.13; March <
?">.5g?5.60; April $5.6.~>?5.71;. May 1
$5.78? 5.79. ToUl eales 28,400. I
New Orleans Cotton
NEW ORLEANS. Oct. 30.-The en
try of Turkey Into ? the European war
had e. depressing effect on tho cotton
market early in tho day, sending Jan
uary contracts down to 7.30 n- com
pared with yesterday's trading at 7.40^
hut the advances of 1-8 to 1-4 in spot
prices tn the- interior were a stim
ulating feature and the market quick
ly recovered. Around noon trades
were made in .Tai Mary at 7.40 and in
Oie afternoon the market waa called
firm at 7.35. * Spots were quoted un
changed at 6 8-4' for middling, ont
the total salea of ?,546 were the larg
es* thus far thia season.
Weather nej^ir|ras considered very 1
favorablo but;;aay effect it might have '
had on prices'waa offset by the firm- '
ness of holder* ta the Interior. 1
Spot cotton; Steady. Salea on the
snot 246 bal?*; jo arrive 2.840.
(By Associated Presa.)
CHICAGO. Ont 30-Hogs steady
Bulk $7.30?7.6*| light $7.1097.60;
mixed $7.l0?7j?; heavy'?7.10?7.?*;
rough $7.10?74P; Pigs $4.75?7.25.
Cattle finn. Beeves $6.50 all; steer?
$*.75?9.40; stocker $5.10?8.?0; cows
and heifers 1*66 ?? 9.30; calves |7?
10.50. JSL'LI .
Sheep bisher. Sheep $"..25?6.55;
yearlings $8#7i iambs $6.50?7,S0.
LIVERPOOL, Oct. 30.-Cotton, spot,
in Kooil demand, mices 5 nolnt?. lower
Middling fair 5.80; good mlddliug
5.05; middling 4.80; low middling
I. i;7; good ordinary 3.71; ordinary
_'.97. Sales 7,500 bales, including 6,
200 American on the 6asis of 4.80d
for middling. Importa 49U hales, all
CHICAGO. Oct. 30.-Considerable
excitement in the wheat market today
resulted from the addition of Turkey
to the nations at war. Prices were
Etcady at thc close but 2 3-8 to 2 3-8?.
21-2 higher than last night. Corn
made a net advance of 5-8 to~>-8fj)3-4
and oats of 3-8 to 1-2. In provisions
tiie outcome was unchanged to 12 1-2
Grain and provisions closed:
Wheat. December $1.1G; May
II. 21 7-8.
Corn, December 68 7-8; May 713-8
Oats. December 40 3--8; May 52 7-8.
Wheat. No. 2 red, $1.13?1.13; No. 2
Corn, No. 2 yellow, 74 1-2??75 1-4.
Oats, standard, 48 3-4@49 l-l.
(Dv Associated Prose.)
NB WY?FJX, Oct, 30.-Cotton goods
markets were stronger, today. Yarns
were in better demand at very low
prices. Wool markets wore Urra on
tiic lower and coarser grades and
easier on the finer qualities. The silk
trade was quiet.
(Dy Associated Press.)
NEW YORK, Oct. 30.-Today mark
ed thc closo of tho third month of
involuntary Idleness on tho stock
market and thc termination of many
financial contracts entered into Just
before thc opening of thc European
war. Most of tho loans then negotiat
id. which aro payable between thlr
late and noxt Mondav, wero made at
1 to 8 per cent., the higher figure pre
vailing. Renewals reported today I
nero mostly on thc basis of 6 1-2 to |
1 nor cent.
The investment situation lost nonr
3f its lmprovcmnt, demand for thr
>? ir h grade bonds and notos com inj
"rom large financial corporations
ind insurance companies for amount
.UPI Inp: from $1,000.000 to $2.000,000
Ir. connection with tho $10,000,0001
French loan negotiated yesterday at I
5 per cent, it was believed that other
loreign governments or private ? in
erf";tt: worn makin tr /warturna tn nm
bankers for tho placing of credits in
.hm market. There was Bald to b?
(round for the bcliof that banks in
Jils country now have on" deposit not
toss than $50,000,000 or private Ger
inan capital, much of which was senti
lere as a precautionary measuro in ]
the carly days of the war. while ad
ditional sums were forwarded later to
meet purchases of our commodities.
Exports of American "grains and
ather foodstuffs ore likely to show a
iee rt-ase Uli? week in comparison
with tho preceding week's, extroordi
Foreign exeban.-r: was a negllblr
Tactor today, only a nominal busl
less being done at a parity with yos
(By Associated Press.)
NEW YORK, Oct 30.-Dun's Review |
tomorrow will say:
Important progress has been made]
n thc work of adjusting the machin
ery of the moncj and exchange mar- j
<ots to tho now conditions created by |
the European conflict, abd the bust
less outlook.ls therefore brighter
Outside of contain industries, how
iver, domestic trade still awaits tire
lulckenlng tmprlse pt commercial en
terprise. The declining business and I
revenues of the. American railroads, |
sven more than thc .menace .of thc
European war, ta now mainly respon
sible for restriction in some import
ant industries, hence the keon inter
Mt exhibited In , thef proceedings be-1
'ore the commerce commission for en j
tdvance in ret?as.
Failures this week In the United
3ta:?s were 434, compared with 206
last year, in Canada 62 against 80 last
rear. Ban? clsairin? w?ro $?:,?6#l?34,
MM), a decrease of .25.9 per cent, frorr. |
last year. Wheat experts- were 5,
?sr,93,i bushels, comparsd with 2,
187,100 a year ago.
Alcohol as Ashes.
In the production of alcoholic
it-inks the raw material ts destroyed
Alcohol ls not;the outcome of a de
k-olopment or ; adaptation of food prop
Drtlcs; it Ss tte creature of destruc
tion, obtainable only by the dest?ne
lo? of natural properties of the sub
leot. A log of wood may be developed,
?tered o?- adapted so as to produce a
able or ? ease'tor an organ or-piano.
Put the log into the fire, and all that
rill be left af M ts ashes. So likewise
Ucohol is the ashes of the fruit, bsx
ey at com*.. ?iv
Cheek Kidney TreaeTe at Once,
There ls each ready action la Foley
Kidney Pitts, yon lee their henK/
.rom the very first dose. Baekaat ,
raak, sore kidneys, painful bladder
ind irrgniar action disappear with
heir cae. O. Palmer, Oreen Bay,
ff*?* says: v"My wife is rapidly re
lovering her health and strength, du
minty to ?ole? Kidney PlHsr ana!
RT, T. Hutchens, Nicholson, Ga., saya.
'Jost a few doses made BM leal-Vet
er, and now my paine dad rheumat
ism ara all gone and I sleep, all night
For Sae by Evan's tteTtfiacjr.
With us, and then we will lend
The Fanners ana
The Farmers L
Combined Resource? a Little I
E. A. Smythe,
N. H. Mullivan,
J. F. Watson,
J. P. Hammett,
H. A. Orr,
I J. J. Major,
Thos. C Jackson,
Ignited From Sparks of Locomo
tivo, Train Pulled Into Ander
son With Baler, buming.
Shortly before 5 o'clock yesterday
afternoon as tho engineer of a freight
train was pulling his string of cars
into the outside cdgo of the city ho
happened to glance behind him and
saw that bis train was on fire-or at
least it looked that way to him.
Clouds of ?moke were coming up
from one of the cars. Knowing that
he and thc crew would be powerless
to extinguish the flame tho engineer
put on" full steam ahead and with his
whistle wide open he roared into
town. People heard the whistle and
gave tho fire alarm.
The train wan on tko Charleston
and Western Carolina tracks and tho
Ure department went to '.ho now sta
tion when thc train was at the old
j station. However this mistake was
discovered in a few seconds and the'
department made r. quick run down
I the railroad tracks to the station on
Market street whero the biasing bales
were extinguished with but little dif
The damage done will he' small as
part of the bales did not suffer at all
while on others nothing was burned
except a part of the bagging.
o IVA NOTES o
Among tho sooi?l events of the
week was a sociable given by Mrs
W. A. Wiles pn last Thursday oven
jlhg.i The parlor and - dining roon
UvCCr?ftvCw ? LU O II ?UUI.UUU1.? Ol
autumn leaves. Several bowls o'
bright fall roses added their frag
rance i to th decorations. Miss An
nie Halford rendered some Instru
metitsl selections during th? oven
ipg- Punch was served in the dininr.
room by Miss Annie Sadler. After
playing various games a salad course
was served by Mrs. W. A. Wiles, Mrs
W. F. McGee and Mrs. J. E. Watson
Misses Sophy and M. E. Jackson o'
Storovills spent a tow houra hore
Friday with relatives.
Mrs. S. W. Whaley of Augusta, Ga,
is here for a few days' visit tb her
friend. Mrs. J. T. Parnell, who li
The Phllathea class of the Presby
terian church met on Wednesday af
ternoon With Miss. L?a Sherard a'
the home -of her sister, Mrs. J. E
Watson. After mo business had been
transacted and a short whllo spent io
pleasant conversation. Miss Sherard
assisted by her sister, Mrs. Watson
served a most delicious salad course.
Mr. Feaster Jones of Starr was in
town a few hours Thursday on busi
Mr. Bradley Levorott et Starr sportt
Wednesday night at the home of hi:
brother, Mr'. S. E. Loverett.
Miss May Yeargin. left Thursday
for Cope, In Orangeburg county
whero she goes to tako charge of n
school. This ls Miss Yenrgin's second
term at Copo.
. Mrs. J. C. Ligon and children hay
returned from a short visit to hoi
sister, Mrs. E. W. Masters, Of An
Misses Glen Evana and Shirley ol
Anderson spent.:a. few., hours herc
.Miss Minnie Galley left Friday to
take charge of her school near Hon?a
Misses Vera and Ruby Spoon epon<
tho ,week-end . with relatives in An
derson and Hones PaUi.
; "i*.Misk at % '? Jackson spent the week
end, wiui her parents. Mr. and Mr>
f8. O. Jackson of StorevHIa
? On last Wednesday evening
Amos McDonald entertained quite
number of young people. The av?
lng Waa most pleasantly spent la
chatting and listening to some ape
[2rl.m?8,ca. widei/>d *ae talented
muslo tea?hsr af (He Iva high school
Miss Annis Halfacre. Miss I! al fae rc
was accompanied bye Dr. D. A7 Bur
ris and Ben Brown on the violin and
Miss Lui ia Price on the guitar,
'iJ*?r- S. J. Hood and wife left Fri
day tor Anderson -where they go tc
*"ia a meeting of the A. TL Pres
ry. -While there they will be the
.esta ot Rev. H. W. stone and tam.
^ Wtj Wet Pablfih itt
^When yon want a fact to become
generally-known, the right way u to
publish |t Mrs. J^ah^rians; Peru.
Ind., was troubled with belching, soar
stomach and freq nest headaches. She
writes, "I feel it my duty to tell oth
ers what Chamberlain's Tablets havo
done for me. They nave helped, ?ty j
digesta and regulated my bowels.
and all balers. "
you money when you need it.
I on Deposits.
I Merchants Bank
oan & Trust Co.
the Rue of One Million Dollars
Geo. W. Evans,
J. C. Harris,
Foster L. Krona,
J. B. Ronthlt,
R. G. Witherspoon,
J. J. Majsr,
GREATLY REDUCED BOUND TRIP
1 ARKS TIA SOUTHERN RAILWAY
IN CONNECTION WITH BLUE
RIDGE FROM ANDERSON,
And return account of Christian
Temperance Union. Tickets on salo
Nov. 7 to 12 inclusive, with return
limit Nov. 23rd.
and ? return account of Rifle Matches.
Tickets on sale Oct. 6th to 18 inclun
slvo, with return limit Oct 31st.
$25^6. New Orleans La.
and return account of Funeral Direc
tors Association. Tickets on salo Oct.
24, 25, and 205h, with return limit
$1.40 . .Columbia, S. C.
' and return account of Stato Fair.
Tickets on sale Dct 23rd to 20th, with
return limit Nov. 2nd.
$25.55. New Orleans, La.
and return account of Int. Asst vf
Fire Engineers. Tickets on Bale Oct.
17, and 18th with return limit. Oct.
,31st ~ >
$4.40. . Atlanta, Ga.
return account of Brotherhood of St
I Andrews'. Tickets on sale Oct 12, 18
land 14th with return limit Oct. 24th.
$13.75. Richmond, Ya.
and return account of Bankers Asso
ciation. Tickets on sale Oct 10, ll,
and 12th with return limit Oct 20th.
$7.25.. Savannah, Ga.
and.return account of Daughters of
1 Confederacy. Tickets on sale Nov. 7
to loth inclusive, with return limit
$40.75 ......... ; Fort Worth, Texas.
and return account of Farmers' Nat
ional congress. Tickets on sale Oct 10,
ll, and 12th, with return limit Oct
For completo Information, tickcta
J, R. Anderson, Supt,
Anderson, s. C.
W. R. Taber, TT P. A,0
Greenville, S. C.
W: R McGee, A G. P. A..
Columpia. S. C.
CONDENSER PASSENGER SCHED
ULES PIEDMONT AND NORTH
ERN RAILWAY COMPANY,
Effective August JC 1914.
Anderson, 8. C.
No, ii 7.45 a. m.No. SO 6.20 a. m
No. 93 9.40 a. m.No 32 8.20 a m
No x35 11.35 a m.No. 34 10.2b a m.
No. 37 145 p. m.No. 36 ll 60 a. m.
No: 39 S SO p. m.No. 38 2.10 p. m.
No. 41 4.45 p. ntNo 40 3.30 p. m.
No 43 5.65 p. m.No.x42 4.45 p. m
No. 45 7.16 p. m No. 44 6 45 p. m
No. 47 11.16 p. m.No. 46 10.00 p. m.
* <r-Limited trais.)
C. V. PALMER,
General Passenger Agent
(Meston & Western
.JJ i-i.v^: .-.-it "J ..
Ta and From the
fe AST, WEST
rNo. 22 ... . 6:00 A. M.
Nc| .6 3^:35 P. M.
No. 5 . .1^ 10:50 A. M.
No. 21 .... 4:55P.M.
rates, etc., promptly
E. WILLIAMS, G. P. A.,
T. a CURTIS, C. A.,
Anderson, S. C.