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JUST THREE MORE WEEKS AND WE MUST VACATE
All merchandise, fixtures, furnishings, etc., must be sold. Merchants and individuals will please come in, look through, select such articles as you can use, tell us what
it is worth to you, if you are at all reasonable we will doubtless trade. If your price is too low we deserve the right to reject it. No harm will be done, and we will ap
preciate the effort . Cost is no consideration with us now. Everything must be sold.
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TEN DAY RATES
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY
"THE PROGRESSIVE RAILWAY'OF THE SOUTH"
To Wilmington and To 'Wilmington and
Prom Wrightsvlle, N. C. Prom Wrlghtavillc, N. C.
Abbeville, S. C.% 7.50 Gr?er, S. C.i., ..$ 8.00
Anderson, S. C... 8 00 Hodges. S. C. 8.00
Athens. Gu.?. 10.00 Lawrenceville, Gu. 10.00
Atlanta, Ga. 10.0') Pelzor. S. C. 8.00
Belton; S. G. 8.'<0 Piedmont, S. C. 8.00
^Birmingham, Ala. '".OO Rockmurt, Ga. 11.120
Codartown, Ga.1 .00 Shoals Jet, S. C. 8.00
Donalds, S. C. 8.00 Spartnnburg, S. C.'.. 8.00
Elberton. Ga. 8.50 Union, S. C.... 7.50
Greenville, S. C. 8.?C Williamaton, S. C_. 8.00
Greenwood, S. C. 7.50 Winder, Ga.. 10.00
Tickets on sale each Thursday up to and including September 2, 1915, beur
ing final limit to reach origlual starting point, returning prior to midnight of.
second Monday following dale of sale. Extension of final return limit may be
had qpon payment of dlflerciico between tho ten day and season rates. Call
on nearest Ticket Agent for Pullman reservationa, information or
C. S. Compton, T. P. A., Fred GcJssPr, Ass't G. P. A.,
Atlanta, Ga. Atlanta, Ga.
Farmers and Merchants Bank
Farmers Loan and Trust Co.
Will oe pleased to cash one thousand notes running from $25 to
$100 each that will be paid.during the month of October ant', the first
half of November.
We want them paid at maturity. We arc particular about that.
We want them well endorsed. We arc particular about that too.
We want to sec what kind of company you kee?. A man naturally
asks his associates to endorse his notes-Birds bf a feather flock to
If you can make up your mind to pay youi* note during the month
of October or the first half of November, regardless, come to see u*.
J. I. BROWNLEE,
SHERIFFS WILL 00 ON
B?8 CAMPING TRIP
Those From Several Counties rad
Friends to Go to White
Tho shor?Ts of several counties or
this Sectio.' of tho state will go to
White Water tomorrow where they
will spend a few days camping. Tiiis
ls said to bo on0 of tho best camping
sites In North Carolina, with fishing
there that cannot bo equalled. The
sheriffs will also tnke their families
and a number of friends ami expoct
to have a big time. In all tho party
will probably number about 40 or SO.
Among those going will bo Sheriff
and Mrs. Ashley from Anderson,
Sheriff Douglass and family of Ches
terfield, sheriff of York and party,
Sheriff Hector and party from Qreoa
ville, Sheriff Roark and party of
Pickens and Sr.orifT Ca.inon Bleasc
and family of Newberry.
Will be Held Next thursday at
Clemson College-Big Affair
and Many Will Attend.
Owing to the fact that tho use of
thc campus at Clemson College could
not be had today, because t'ie summer
short course school In progress there
"thlB week, the big Woodmen'." picnic
has been postponed until Thursday,
August 16th. This will bc a union
picnic of members of all camps lu
Greenville, Plckens, Qconee and An
All Woodmen are invited to attend
and many from this city will go. Tho
Blue Ridge will operate a special
train with a rate of one straight fare
for the round trip.
In ordor to make necessary repairs
on our warehouse before tho new sea
son opens, we have reduced the price
on cotton seed hulls to $G.U0 per ton.
This price ls absolutely a cash price
und tho hulls uro as good as you can
Peoples Oil & Fertilizer Co.
NOTICE OF ELECTION.
There will be an election at Moun
tain Creek School House in Mountain
Creek School District No. 70 on Tues
day, August IO, 1915 on the question
of levyiug an additional special tax
of two (2) mills on all of the property
of sal'l district to bo used fer general
Behool purposes, making a total spe
cial levy of four (4) mills on said
All voters must exhibit a registra
tion certificate and tax receipt.. Polia
will open at 8 a. m. and close at 4 p.
By order of theCounty Board of
Education for Anderson County.
J. B. Felton.
County Superintendent of Education.
The Board of Registration of Ander
son County will meet the following
appointments to rerister, 'en-jvc or
. Iva. Tuesday, Au'jusr luth.
Anderson Court House, Wednesday,
Thursday and Friday, 11th, 12th, and
W. L. Anderson,
VI. C. Burrlis,
E. T. Toll Ison,
Board of Registration of Anderson
NOTICE TO CREDITORS. ,
AU persona having claims against
the estate of G. F\ Burdett deceased,
arc hereby notfled to present them
properly proven .to the undersigned
within the t'mo prescribed by law,
and, those indebted to make settle
L. H. HALL, Adrar.
With will annexed.
For Infants and Children
Sn Use For OvtsrSO Years
Signore of ^?/^?f???j^?i
WILL RESUME WORK
AT ANDERSON MILL
WITH MR. HAMMETT
Petitions Presented Asking That
Operations Begin Under Same
Conditions as Formerly.
After being closed down for two
weeks because of a strike of tbs
spinners-and carders, mills No. 1 and
2. Anderson Cotton Mills, will resume
operations next PYluay morning at 6
This decision was made yesterday
afternoon after a petition signed by
the heads of about 102 families was
presented to Mr. Jas. D. Hammett,
president, thc petition declaring that
the signers wanted tho mill to start
up aguln under the same conditions
as existed before thu strike. . Tho
names of tho heads of about 47 fam
ilies, who do not want the mill to
start up under the same conditions as
formerly, were ulso presented.
Yesterday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock
a committee composed of Messrs. ll.
W, Lee, W_ 8. Stone and G. W.
Barrett wenf to soe President Ham
mett at his office and presented to
bim tho two' liBts containing the sig
natures of tito heads of families em
ployed In the mill. This committee
state dthat they had canvassed the
heads of families and that 1C2 of
them wished1 to have t ie mill resume
operations, under. the samo conditions
?as,.formerly.. /prey also explained
that heads of 12 families did not wish
to return to work under the same con
The committee stated that the heads
of about li? families Were out of the
city visiting but that many of these
had expressed their desire to liavo thc
mill resume operations with same
wagea as were formerly paid.
After the lls'.s had been presented,
and the committeemen had madu their
statements, President Hammett spoke
to thezn as follows:
"I understand that you went ahead
and got up this petition voluntarily
of your own accord, and that lt rep
resents th o heads of families. As far
as I am able to understand there are
about 1C2 Meads of families, to which
is to lu .-.ided a number who did not
sign who wa'it to go to v/ork, and
about ?7 heads of families who do
not want to go to work. Now, we are
goingfl to oneil the mill, wc will dis
cuss In a moment with our overseers
as lo the best time to open the mill)
and I want to assure you fellows that
tho people who want to go to work
(except tho few who were not satis
fied ith us and wc arc not satisfied
with them and therefore wo do not
want them at alli will bo permitted
to go to work, thero will bo sufficient
police force here to enable them to
work and anyone Interfering will be
"We are going to opon t?ie mill and
opeh it on thc sninn terms on which
lt waB closed dow. f am going to bc
very fair to you gentlemen as repre
scntatifies of the heads of families
and. say that !t is not of any great fin
ancial benefit to us to run this mill
st the present time, but wo ar - going
to run It In order to give people
I ? '.ujiioym.m who want employment.
. 1 ' there is another strike any time
! i oon I do not. know what osition we
elli take, but our people will not
stand for lt and cannot be blamed for
lt. Our wage scale at Anderson ls
as high as lt ls anywhere -In this
county. We have to Bell our g.. od? in
competition with others who pay their
employees less than wo do and it
is not reasonable to suppose that wo
would pay a higher wage than 'hey
oar!, and we do not pror->se for these
hot-heads to control our affairs.
"The stockholders of this mill who
are the owners of the property elect
certain men to conduct their business
and. these certain mea are going to
conduct the business se. long as they
are in this position, and we do not
propose having a committee come
here and dictate to you and me lust
what we shall do wl.at we shall
not do. As I understand lt this is
satisfactory .to you gentlemen. Now
thia is the only possible way for us
to go back, and If it required aa in
creased wage scale we would not opan
up for ?la. months.
Following the conference with thc
members of the committee represent
ing those who waot to go back to
work President Hammett held a con
ference with J. L. Bobo, overseer of
weaving, li. ?. Aiken, overseer of
carding, C. O. Carter, overseer of
spinning, W. C. Austin, overseer of
OF EPWORTH LEAGUE
'ery Instructive Program Plan
ned By Miss Get ?rude Turner
Was Carried Out.
Thc Epworth league servio,; at St.
John's church last evening was es
pecially instructive. Those who did
not uttend the league certainly miss
ed something which Choy should re
gret. The program was prepared by
Miss Gertrude Turner, 2nd vice-presi
dent of thc league, lt was made very
offectlvto by tho number of readings
which were given. These had beeu
carefully selected by Miss Turner OH
subjects of every day observation, but
still they were full of interest to all
those who are open to enlightenment
on thy conditions that co J front the
The program was:
Miss Gertrude Turner presiding of
Scripture reading, 1 Corinthians
Loading: "Duty of Kindness," by
.Miss Sudie Skelton.
"The Kelicf of Poverty," by W. J.
"Readiness to Give Help," by Victor
The entire program was Instructive,
and all those present feel very grate
ful to Miss Turner for the faithful
service she displayed in getting it up.
One thing about the leaguo to be
regretted is the small attendance.
There always seems to ho sonic con
flicting engagement on thc night that
thc league meets, and numbers who
would vary likely attend these Mou
dry evening meetings ar called else
where. Perhaps this ls due to the
fact that so few people know what a
great benefit can be derived from an
hour spent lu a religious meeting
once each week.
Wonderful War Play, Featuring
Howard Easterbrook, Attrac
tion at The Bijou.
Today at tho Rijou the Metro
Pictures Corporation presents thc dis
tinguished legitimate actor, Howard
Eastbrook, in "Four Feathers," a
virile, potent war play from the book
by A. E. W. Mason.
The following is Ute synopsis of the
The story of Captain Mason'u "Four
Feathers," concerns Harry Faver
sham, son of Genoral Faversham, who,
at a banquet at his father's house
hears stories of war, death and tor
ture, and fears tht he, when put to
the test, ennnot "make good." When
war ls declared he resigns his com
mission in tho army. Three of his
comrades send him white feathers,
the symbol of cowardice, and lils
fiance, who aces him receive them,
...his a fourth from her fan.
Stung by this Faversham drops
from sight. Secretly he goo? to Egypt
where the war is being fought be
tween the English and Arabs and dis
guise as a Greek ho recovers lost
documents of great value, rescues
from death and torturo each of his
three comrades and forces from them
snch recognition of hi?. Heroism that
they demand the return tu their 'white
He lolls th \n simply: "Take them
to her" and l'.nally on his return to
England she is walting for her feath
er and a wedding ring.
1111 i . 1 1 ? ? "
cloth room. W.. P. Wright, master
med?anle, and F. J Clarke, super
intendent. He conferred with these
gentlemen ss to tb? tim?' for starting
up the mills. These men and the
three men composing the committee
stated that In their opinion it would
be best to start the mill up again on
Friday morning.- Tills will give the
help visiting out of town plenty of
time to get back here tb go to work
and wlH enable the mill to get every
thing In good ruining order by Mon
day morning. After hearing these
gentlemen declare that Friday morn
ing would be the best time for start
ing up the mill President Hammett
said that he woutd start the machin
ery at that time, and that all per
sona wanting to go to work and would
be protected In doing so. The over
seers and the committeemen were
aaked to so notify their help snd the
people they represented.
WASHINGTON, RICHMOND, NORFOLK ,
PIEDMONT & NORTHERN RAILWAY
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY
Wednesday, August 10th, 1915.
Washington Richmond Bnttlmorif;,*
Anderson,.12.00. lo.no. 14.00
Holton.12.00. 10.00." 14.00
Hohen rm h.12.00. lo.oo. 14.00
From ali other station.* between Greenville and Greenwood ?am? round trip '
fares wHl apply ns shown from Oreen ville. .
Tickets on mile for ull trains Wednesday, August 11th. With return HrulL_
lo midnight, August 29th, 1915. _
Buy your tickets vin the 1? ii N lino and connect with tho seaboard llmitcjjL
at Greenwood. The short route to Richmond and Gie best routo to Washing
ton mid Baltimore. All-steel electrically lighted pullman and dining ears.
A servicu uucxcelled. Let us make your r?servation tor you.
C. S. ALLEN, Traille Manager,
Greenville, 8. C.
PIEDMONT & NORTHERN RAILWAY
. Md ' Te .
ATLANTA AND BIRMINGHAM
Tuesday, August 10th, 1915.
Round Trip Faro To To
From Atlanta, Ga. Birmingham, Ala. <
Andorson. 3.00. 6.00 . i
From all stations, between *
Greenville and Greenwood. 3.00. 6.00 i
Tickets on sale August 10th for trains ono and three, and for spocial train
scheduled to leave Greenville at 8:30 a. m.
Arrive Atlanta 3:15 p. m. Arrive Birmingham- Otto- pr tnv? *T1 drats .good i
rei urning on all trains leaving Atlanta before midnight August 14th;" lcavo
Birmingham before 4:00 p. m. vf August 15th, 1915. Four days in Atlanta.
Five days in Birmingham.
For further information ask your ticket agent or write, .
C. B. ALLEN, Traffic Manager,
Greenville, 8. 0.
ATLANTA AND BIRMINGHAM
Thc Progressive Railway of the South
Tuesday, August 10th, 1915
From Monroe, Chester ('linton, Greenwood, Abbeville, Calhoun Falls, and
Intermediate Stations on Following Schedule and Excursion Fares:
Leave Schedule Bound Trip Excursion Fares to
Monroe.7 too A. M.?4.00.$7.00
Houston.7:10 A. M. 4.00. 7.00
Mineral pring?.7tl."? A. M..4,00.7J0O
Waxhaw. .... 7:2? A. M. 4M. 7M
Hancock..?... 7:85 A. M. 4.00. IM
Vau Wy ck.7:10 A. M. 4JOO. 7.0t?
Catawba.7:60 A. M. 1.00. 7.00
Spence. .7:25 A. M. 4.00.......7.00
Harmony .7:55 A. M. 4M. TM
Edgmoor. .. 8:05 A. M.4M....7.00
Rodman.8:15 A. M.. 4.00. 7.00 ,
Chester.8:85 A. M..SM.?->0
Send? Hirer.8:60 A. M..SAO. 4M
Leeds.9:00 A. M. SA?.6J?0
Pride.t:07 A. M..,.3.50.4M
Carlisle.9:10 A. 31....4M.4M
Ada.9:20 A. M..8J?.??SO
Delta :.9r25 A. M. SAO.?A0
Whit mire.9:85 A. M.W-.. 6*50
Garliugton ... .9:50 A. M.. 4M- .... 4M "?,
Renuo.9:58 A. M.SAO,.6*>0
Hoto/.10:08 A. M..8A0.4M
Plintos.10:18 A. M.." . . . 4M..tM ' "
Fuller.10:25 A. M..4M...>.4M
Mountinia.10:86 A. M..4M.BM
( ross HUI. .10:45 A. M..*M.'.. ?J89
Lota.10:56 A. M. 4M. ?JW
Greenwood. .. .11:15 A, M..&09.?.00
Maxwell ...11:20 A. M.....4M.?J09 .
Long fane.11:85 A. M.- SOO. 4M
Abbeville.11:45 A. M. 2.76. 5.76
Tratte. . ...12:05 P. M.. 220.127.116.11
Calhoun Falls.12:16 P. M. 2.7*.5.75
Arrive Atlanta.3:15 P. M.
Arrive Birmingham.9:80 P. M..
TleFets will only be geed on "Sp?cial Train as above, and Birmingham
tickets wlU be geed on train No. 28 leaving Atlantu 8:46 P. X.
Tickets from Piedmont ft TC orthern Raliway point? w*U be Noaorcd an alt
trains, including No. ?, fres* Atlanta, Augant 14th, and from Blrmlnghaat, Att
Atlanta ticket? will be goad en all regalar trams, except train No. 6, leav
ing Atlanta 8:00 P. M.,. up te and Including train No. 12 due te laure Atlanta -
8:89 P. Mn Augnst 14th, 1915. Birmingham ticket? will be go?d returning ea
all regular trains except No. ?, leaving Birmingham 9:80 A. np to and la.
finding No. 12, dae to leave Birmingham 8:10 P. IL August ;lfch, 1915.
For f j rt her tn formation apply to ticket agents ar
FR DP G F.I SSL ER, C. S. COMPTON,
Asst. OeaH Passr. Ag*. Trav. Paasr. AgL
Alltnia,Ga, At Unta, ?a.