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TO ATLANTA, GEORGIA
VIA BLUE RIDGE
In Connection with Southern Railway, Premier Carrier of the South
THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 1915.
From Anderson, Walhalla, Westminister and all intermediate points,
on the following schedule and Excursion Fares:
' B. R. R. R. No. 9, Hound Trip Excursion Far Atlanta:
I.eave Belton ll :22 a. m. $3.00
Leave Anderson 11:5o a. m. 3.00
Leave Autun 12:10 p. m. . . .. 2.75
Leave Pendleton 12:26 p. ni. 2.75
B. R. R. R. No. 24:
Leave Walhalla 11:40 a. ni. 2.75
Leave Westunion 11:45 a. ni. 2.75
Leave Seneca^ 1:25 p. m. ^.50
Leave Richland 1:33 p. m... 2.50
Leave Westminister 1:42 p. m. 2.50
Excursion tickets will be good going only on special train and ieg
ular trains^o connect with special train as mentioned above.
Excursion Tickets will be good returning on all regular train: ex
cept New York-New Orleans Limited No. 38, to reach original starting
point by midnight Tuesday, June 22, 1915.
A Rare Opportunity to visit Atlanta, the Metropolis of the Sosih
BASEBALL GAMES at Atlanta with Mobile, June 17, 18 and 19, and
Birmingham June 21 and 22, 1915.
FIVE DAYS IN ATLANTA
Foi Further Information Apply to Ticket Agents
W. E. McG^fc, Assist. Gen. Pass. Agt, Columbia, S. C.
J. R. ANDERSON, Supt. B. R. R. R., Anderson, S. C.
W. R. TABER, Trav. Pass. Agt., Greenville. S C.
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Mr. Lee G. Holleman Is Secretary
and Treasurer of South Car
Yesterday Mr. Lee G. Holleman. of
the Peoples Bank; Mr. P. E. Clink
scales, of the Bank of Anderson; Mr.
J. H. Anderson, of the Citizens Na
tional hank and Mr. J. I. Brownlee,
of the Farmers Loan and Trust com
pany, left for the Isle of Palms to
attend the South ' \rolina Bankers
Association which cu.iVeneB there this
Mr. Hollemsn left yesterday morn
ing since be is secretary and treas
urer of toe association and bad to be
there to assist in the final prepara
tions. Mr. T S. Bannister, assistant
cashier of the People's bank went to
Charleston Sundav and will bc there
for the meeting.
The association v.-!'.; be in session
for three days ar??? the bankers from
this city are expected to return on
TOURISTS AT CHIQUOLA
Party En Route From Atlanta Stop
The following arrived in Andcson
late yesterday afternoon from Atlsn- ]
ta. Ga., from which place they arel
motoring to New York, and stopped at
the Hotel Chlquola.
Mrs. H. 8. Courtney. Misses Lillian
Carter. Sue Brinkley. Lula May Pur
dora. Master Henry Courtney. Charles
M. Moon. H. N. and E. M. Cool wyn,
j John Moore and G. W. Daniels.
' The party' leaves Anderson early
this morning to continue their long
Restored to Good Health.
"I was sick for four years with
stomach trouble," writes Mrs. Otto
Gans, Zanesvllle, Ohio. "I lost weight
and felt so weak that I almost gave
up hope of being cured. A friend told
me about Chamberlain's Tablets, and
since using two bottles of them 1 have !
been a well woman." Obtainable
o the outside. ?
ad adequate to
ate to meet your
t Department for
HEARS B. F. M1ENDO?
SERMON LAST WAS ONE OF
BEST YET PREACHED
OVER 3,000 ATTEND
On Sunday Night Tent Could Not
Accommodate People and
They Stood Outside.
A crowd of over 2.000 gathered at
the tent last night to hear Rev. Bax
ter McLendon and for one hour and a
half he Held his congregation spell
bound with hiB mighty utterances of
truth, In his own. individual wsy.
His sermon was in substance as fol
"You who have read the Bible, win
remember thst for s long time, the
Amalakites had been a source of great
trouble to the children of Israel. God's
patience had borne long with Israel,
hut with the Ainalakltcs his patience
seemed to cease to be a virtue. And
God ma?*.c k?p his mind that these
Amalakites should be punished and Ile
spoke through the prophet to the king
that these sinners were to be pun
ished, wiped out. root and branch.
And Saul's army was to be the instru
ment for the elimination and extermi
nation of these rebels. There is k
limit to God's mercy. The man who
goes up against God is playing a
loosing game. The msn who mskes
up his mind to defy God will go o;:
the mat and take thc count. Saul
marshalled his army of several hun
dred thousand in obedience to God's
command. Again God speaks to the
prophet and this time lt ls changed.
You listen to it. and you will hear
the falling of tears. You seem to see
p. broken hearted God. Saul has
turned back from following me. He
has not kept my commandments.
"If God were going to write about
you and me, I wonder what he would
nav? He did speak about this back
slldlng, compromising, rebellious
fallen king; If God were to speak
about you fellows, who kneel low an'J
pray loud. as. vhe front seat artists
in the churches, if He could press a
button and raise a curtain and show
your heart as it really is. I'll tell
you some of you would want stained
glssB windows, and curtains and heavy
tapestry over that. You may deceive
tho psBtor, you, may deceive the evan
gelist, nnd the pastor and evangelist
may deceive- you. but you can't pull
the wool over God's eyes. You can
tool all the people some of the time,
you can fool some of the people all
thc time, but you cannot fool all the
people all the time, and my brother
you cannot deceive God for a mo
ment. God refuses to be bribed; God's
eyes cannot be closed. There ls such
a thing as backsliding when none but
God knows. It is remarkable what
people think they can do with impuni
ty when they get - way from home.
They throw off restraint then, and
they say I can do as I please, but
while the great God is on the job.
" The evangelist told the story of an
old fellow up 'In the mountains ot
North Carolina ab 1 some rotten mud
add some speckled trout. And he
said that some of the Anderson fel
lows were speckled trout at home and
rotten mud away from home. (Ap
"He told how the poor preacher's
life was shortened, and a premature
grave was dug. by the hypochrosy and
Inconsistency ot his church members.
"God pity the preacher," he said,
"whose flock runs after the whiskey
bottlel the theatre, the card party,
sooner than the praye meeting."
In closing the evangelist went af
ter theatres, and dancing and other
forms of worldliness that prolonged
cheering and applauses by one among
the largest congregations that ever
assembled in religious meeting lu the
city of Anderson. He preached for
over one hour and then said that hie
sermon was just two-thirds flnlehd.
He closed by crawling In the chair
and looking on the preachers and
saying that somebody In the churches
of America will havfe to be brave
enough and with a clarion blast, call
a halt, and if the/American churches
do not call a halt, you may read. Icha
bod on your door post, "thy glory ls
Sermon Sunday Sight.
On Sunday night the evangelist
preached on "The Ten Command
ments," and lt ls was one of the most
straightforward attacks on sin and the
breaking of the laws of God that has
ever been heard In Anderson. It ls
eslmsted that 3,000 people heard this
sermon. The tent will accommodate
2.200 and then seats for 300 have been
placed on the outside. All of these
were taken and then several hundred
stood or sat down on the outside of the
Only a Few Caa Go.
Those who are so fortunate that ex
pense does aot have to-be considered
are now going to health resorts tn
get rid of the Impurities In the sys
tem that cause rheumatism, backache,
swollen, aching Joints ad astltf. pain
ful muscles, lt you are one of thoa? j
who cannot go, yet feel that you need
relief from such pain and m'.wy. try
Poley Kidney Pills. They restore
the kidneys to healthful activity aa?
make you feel well and strong. Evana
Pharmacy. ._ . .
TO BE TRANSFERED
RAILROAD OFFICIALS IN TKlS
CITY WILL MOVE TO
Change Made From An Econom
ical Standpoint-Mr. Ander
son Made Auditor.
Upon returning from Washington.
D. C.. yesterday morning. Mr. Bond
Anderson, auditor of the Blue Ridge
railway, announced that the auditing
department o? the Blue Fridge railway
would he moved from this city to At
Although no! officially announced
until yesterday, it has been known in
Anderson for th j past two weeks thai
,lt was very likely that this changa
would oe made, however, it was not
thought that lt would go Into effect
by July 1. OrderB have now beeu
published for the removal, and Mr.
Henry W. Miller, vice president of the
Southern railway, savs that the change
will be made by the latter part of this
month. From an economical stand
point it was thought best to have this
change made and Mr. Anderson, Mr.
R. Duff Murray. Mr. William Tram
mel! and Mr. Phillip A. Wllhlte. of
the local department, will be removed
Heretofore Mr. Bond Anderson has
been known ar, assistant auditor but
when the change ls made he will be
auditor, lt being the intention of tho
company to combine the auditing de
partments of the Blue Ridge, the Au
gusta Southern, the Danville and Wes
tern. Tallulah Falls, the Lawrence
ville branch and the Hartwell rail
roads and one or two more roads,
which are controlled by the South
ern. Into one office ia Atlanta and Mr.
Anderson will he placed in charge.
Mf. Anderson came to this city
about ten years ago from Asheville.
N. G.. and he and Mrs Au?i?j.""'?n
have made many friends, herc v ho
will regret to have theit move to At
lanta. Mr. and Mrs. ??urray and
Messrs. Wllhlte anJ Trammel! have
many friends hcre.too, who will regtet
having them go away.
Superintendent John R. Anderson
?tated yesterday afternoon that he
hated tn see the change made but that
lt being done for the best interest of
he railroad and that the concentra
tion of forces in Atlanta could do the
work for the above named railroads
without so much expense. Mr. An
derson also stated that the offices in
the station here now occupied by thc
auditing department, would be rented
when they are vacated.
AT CHICK SPRINGS
Season Formally Opens Friday,
June 18-Press Association
Meeta June 28.
Greenville, June 14.-The opening
ball of the Chick Spring hotel will
be held on the evening of Friday JUne
the eighteenth. This is one of the
leading social events of the summer
season for this section of the State.
The ba',1 will be formal. The hotel ls
scuding out no printed invitations but
requests the honor of its friends' pres
ence on this occasion.
All Is in readiness for the complete
opcring of the 1915 season at Chick
Springs, and plans are being made for
the entertainment of many guests. The
hotel liae been open since the middle
of May, but the BOBS on proper does
not begin until the opening ball. .
Chick Springs will entertain several
conventions during the summer. Some
of thfi-e gatherings are The Pres?
Association, and the Master Printers
Association, June 28th. 29th and 30th;
the State Pharmaceutical association.
July 6th, 7th and 8th; and probably
the clerks of court will meet at
Chick Springs during August.
Cnambtrlaln'n Colic, Cholers sn?
Thia ls a remedy that every family
should be provided with, and especial
ly during the summer months. Think
of the patn and suffering; that must
be endured when medicine must be
aent for or before relief can' be ob
tained. This remedy is thoroughly
reliable. Ask anyone who haa used
it. Obtainable everywhere.
Colored suits of Palm Beach Cloth,
They're cool and made light but right;
Made strong to last long, at
$7.50 and $10
We're proud of our 1 <. Mle
So will you be, once you wear one.
T. L. CELY CO.
Yes, we sell "Superior," the perfect
A HINT-Your home needs the protection of a
Mutual Benefit Annual Dividend Policy -?
The man who Invests his money in life insurance,- *~ lu anything else,
desires, and ls entitled to. a dollar's worth of value fer C7*ry dollar pt td.
He wants the policy best suited to his individual needs,, and. be wants lt
at the lowest cost consistent with safety. The Mutual Benefit Life Insu.ancs
Company of Newark. N. J aims to give bim this.
The fir\t and forer.nst consideration in life insurance ls the security
nf the com.'any. Security means strength and strength is measured not by
the ratio of assots to liabilities, but by the character of the assets and the
adequacy of thc contingency reserves to protect such assets. The age and
else of a company have a bearing on this question because of. the experience
The Mutual Benefit Lifo Insurance Company was organised tn 1845. Ita
growth has been healthful and normal for nearly seventy years. After a
thorough examination ot the company's whole experience, a mortality reserve
was voluntarily set aside to provide for fluctuations In mortality. Further
more, after examining the fluctuations in the value of the company's assets,
which arc of the highest character, the officials voluntarily c?tabl'. bed con
tingency reserves pn a scientific basis to cover all the known flnancvil hasards
nf the business.
If the past, therefore, ls any criterion for the future, the Mutual Benefit ts
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but by the high character of Its investments and ts proper surplus arrived
at intelligently through scientific investigation. The strength and security of
the company ls demonstrable. The company's long history, extending over
a period ot more than three-score years, bas enabled Ita officers to arrive at
scientific conclusions . based on adequate experience. Security has never
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a long history, is especially fitted to issue liberal policy contracta on th?
annual dividend plan providing incomes (or long terms ot years.
The Mut??l Benefit Life Insurance
Company, of Newark, N. J
appeals to the discriminating. Send for leaflet, "Security." which substan
tiates the above vl?lms.
M. M. Mattison, General Agent.
, .. ^.?"' , .' . J. J. Trowbridge, Sp?clf.l Agent.
?C. W. Webb, District Agent. Q E. Tribble, Special Agent.
Anderson, S. C.
SUMMER SCHOOL, WINTHROP COLLEGE
ROCK HILL SOUTH CAROLINA*
June 15 to July 23,1915. |
Courses of Study
Full courses ot study will be provided to mest the needs of? 1. superin
tendents and Principals; 2. High School Teachers; 8. Primary and Orado
?Teachers; 4. Rural School Teachers.
. A large Faculty has been secured, composed et specialists and leaders aft
education in this and other States.
Model School through first six grades. Special course ta, Rural School
Problems. Kindergarten practice aad lectures on Montessori methods.
General lectures and entertainments. Best features ot Summer Schools.
County Boards of Education are authorised to renew certificates still In
force vor all teachers who do satisfactory work la thia Summer School aad
|t(>ke the final examination.
For rates and further information, write Cor Summer School Bulletin.
D. B. JOHNSON. President,
Rock Hill, S.C.
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