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VOLUME 1, NUMBER 120 Weekly, Established 1SC0; Dally, Jan. 13, 1914. ANDERSON, S. C., FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 5, 1914. PRICE FIVE CENTS
$5.00 PER ANNUM Ventilated Oxfords Fof Men More comfortable than any oxford yet found, . besides they are very cool. Sole is made of belting and as pliable as can be * -sold for $3-now $2.50 a Pair SHOE COMPANY UNDER MASONIC TEMPLE Shoes That Satisfy. mn* lt had become customary-amd we appreciate the custom-for nearly everybody to show North Anderson to people visiting An derson And do you know-visitors can hardly make themselves believe that it has all been built in a year. m_ i i I. B. Bleckte} rhone 671 0. M. Beard Phone 27. BLEGKLEY ft HEARD Undertakers jg- . 117^WhJtner St Answer? all cnllg day or night. Phono m. : ? ? ?11????? sr?? CraytorCs ream Is GoodCream it Ice Cream ii Eat More Of Ii. -?.mm.? Others Victim? ^ Hard Lbvk. Most of us set what we deserve? but only the successful will admit lt. IS?ew Schoc Mr. J. H Pelton, eounty superinten dent o? education, Mr. E. C. McCunts, superlnendent of Anderson city Hchools, and Mr. J. lt. Watkins, supor intendent of Helton city schools, com posing thc count hoard of education, have appointed thc following trustees lor the various sciiools of Hie coun ty: District No. 1. J. W. Tribble. fl. H. Olymph. W. H. Tole. District No. 2. Open. District No. 8. Hat W. Major. Frank Rhody. C. G. English. District No. 1. J. A. EHiBon. W. T. Massengalo. John C. Ellison. District No. ft. C. D. Chamblec. W. J. Shirley. y S. A. Uurns. District No. 6. J. R. Eskew. W. C. Gllmcr. H. C. Creamer. District No. 7. C. G. McDanicIs. C. C. King. T. J. Wehh. District No. 8. Open. District No. 9. J. E. McGee. J. L. Rnlney. L. A. Todd. District No. 10. Open. District No. ll. R. D. Smith. W. N. Scott, W. N. Cox. J. A. Campbell. District No. VJ. J. T. West. I, . D. Rinke. W. H. Haynie. District No. 13. T. S. McCarey. S. A. Morgan. R. W, Burgess. District No. 14. * W. P. Bell. S. A. Barnes. C. H. Balloy. District No. li?. J. F. Hall. J. T. Drake. W. A. Richie. District No. 16. Opon. District No. 17. J. D. Rast. J. A. Brock, G. N. C. Boleman, J. P. Duckett, R. E. Lig?n, J. M. Paget. W. H. 8herrad, J. L. Sherard, W. P. Wright District No. IK. W. C. Scott. H. E. Allgood. L. W. Campbell. District No. 19. H. F. Cely. G. W. Cely. W. A. Bridges. District No. 20. A. W. Attaway. W. H. Welborne. W. W. Sherad, District No. 21. L. E. Knight. E. P. Gambrlll. District No. 22. I. A. Hudgens, W. A. Pearman, A. M. Lander District No. 23. R. D. Sloane, . J. E. Wakefield. District No. 24. G. C. Boggs. J. W. Sanders, G. H. Hall. District No. 25. W. W. Campbell. R. E. Campbell, S. D. McClain. District No. 26. J. R. Elrod. A. B. Elrod. R. L. Harrison. District No. 27. 8. M. Welborne. C. M. Robbins. J. I). Welborne. District No. 28. Leard Newton, E. Lee Owen, Bailua McMurtry. District No, 29. W. L. Sutherland, O. M. Mattlson. A. C. Acker, District No. 30. J. B. Ellison. W. T, Bruce. W. 8. Burges. District No. 81. Open. * District No. ti. )1 Trustees J. T. Robinson. W. A. Tripp, W. T. Watson. District No. 83. C. H. Garsaway, J. C. Wilson. C. P. Milford. Dist r?H No. 31. J. P. Monroe, W. A. Irwin, J. P. Shirley. District So. 35. J. T. Holiidav, C. F. Cox, J. T. Lewis. District So. 3?. lt. M. Latlmer, W. K. Austin, R. W. Lusk. District No. 37. J. J. Smith, J. L. Herron, L. C. Dean. District No. 38. Oliver Herron, J. Fl. Drake, Wesley Brown. District No. 3?. W. E. Poore, J. A. Cox, J. C. Cox. District No. lt). C. C. Kay, J. W. Dickson, W. T. Hunt. District No. 41. G. B. Shortlt* C. P. Gillespie, J. W. Allison. ! District No. 48. J. M. Parker, Pink Lathan. District No. 44. T. C. Jackson. R. S. Yeargln, W. F. McGee. District No. 45. L. N. Martin, G. M. Parker. Bruce Pruitt. ' District No. 48. B. Y. Wright. P. C. Bannister, D. R. Simmon*. District No. 48. J. B. Spearman, . C. 'J.' Murphy, - ? ',' - ? ? G. W. Durham-: District No. 49. J. O. Winter. . J. .W. Jones. M. W. Strickland. District No. 50. W. H. Martin. W. A. G. Jamison, W. M. Rankin. District No. 51. B. F. Whlttakor, C. F. Plckens. J. W. McAllister. District No. 52. D. J. Bolt. P. J. McGee, W. S. Glenn. District No. 58. J. F. Cann. W. A. Gambriil. W. H. Moore, District No. 54. W. W. Smith. C. W. Rogen-, W. H. G. Elrod. District No. 55. W. L. Say lora, J. F. Griffin.-/-* P. L. Bannister. District No. 58. J. F. Rogers, D. J. Owens, J. ll. Martin. District No. 57. I. B. Brovle8.' ' W. L. Dobbins;' F. L. Maddox. Dltstrlct No. 58. J. W. Poore, . J. W. McAllister, J. C. Rogers. District No. 59. J. H. Anderson, J. W. Drake, G. M. Recd. District No. 80. H. P. McDaniel,. Joo Eskew, ," W. C. Rn rr IHR. District No. 81. W. T. A. Sherard, W. L. Bond, A. E. C. McMahan. District No. 63. J. T. Ward. W. A. Mulliken, W. F. Durham. District No. 84. Open. District No. 65. J. C. Sadler, L. S. Cltnkscalea, W. O. Harris. District No. 66. F. L. Brown, C. D. B?rrigs, B. J. Smith. District No. 67. J. M. Hanks, J. R. Kay, Joe Smith. District No. 68. J. M. Richardson, PALMETTO THEATRE /. TODAY'S PROGRAM FINGER PRINTS.Essanay 2 reel detective feature, featuring Francis Bushman in the third and last adventure ol Richard Ndal,,- pr?vate investigatorof crime. THE BOYS OF THE I. O. U.*.Vitagraph Comedy featuring Lillian Walker and Wally*Van. Wally is smitten with an actress. He loses a golden opportunity and his chums have the laugh on him. His conceit gets a severe bump. IN SPITE OF THE EDELINE. . .Selig Melodrama. Broncho Billy on Saturday-4 Reels. si THE COOLEST PLACE IN ANDERSON AW Straw Hats $4.00 Straw Hats.$3.00 $3.50 Straw Hats . . .. . . $2.50 $3.00 Straw Hats ... . $2.00 $2.50 Straw Hate. $1.75 $2.00 Straw Hats . . . $1.50 PANAMA HATS $6.00 Panama Hats .......... $4.00 $5.00 Panama Hats . . .$3.50 PARKER & BOLT The One Price Clothiers R. A. Sullivan, J. W. Cromer. District No. ?9. J. C. Bolt, S. E. Girard, I*. A. Glenn. District No. 70, J. L. McGill, W. P. Morrison, A. S. Masters. New 'World's Record. ' Waco/ Texas; July 9.-The AuBtin club of the Texat league, defeated ll to 5 here today by Waco, established what ls believed to be a now world's record of twenty-8evCn consecutive defeats. Louisville, of the American Association, lost twenty-six straight games, in 1889. Arrest Two Young Men. Atlanta, Ga., July 9.-The screams of Miss Katherine Reese, who waa struggling in an automobile after mid night caused the arrest of C. C. Cook and Arthur Pope, two young men who were with her. The-girl was hyster ical hut recovered- enough lo say the jim, lade threatened her.. :p. j ?Vi '.. . .?.'??;??-iy, ?