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? AL Christian Institute for the Higher Education of Young Women.
Location and Equipment
] f ?I ideally located in the celebrated Pied
I rront section-a beautiful campus of 32 acres
recreation grounds t'ennfe courts-basket ball
field within cary w^lldrVp distance of town,
tn two Ytrcct car lined--ide .1 residence sur
The equipment is unsurpassed in the
Southern states-thre? lar?o bricU buildings/
ste .m heat, electric hunt?, private bath to every
L'vyn looms. Ci ass ^rooms, laboratories, gym
na>?um--all thorougbly equipped. Delightfully
Not only is the equipment new, but the
methods are modern. Thc course of study is iii
accord with the highest educational require
ments. Experienced faculty of Christian men
and women. Strong depart rm nts in
Music, Aru Expression
and Domestic Science.
A preparatory department for those not re?dy
A c??^fti. investigation wiM convince you that in buildings, equipment, course of study and tea?i?ng ?drec, Anderson
College stands for the highest quality at MODERATE RATES.
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,m A stix.
Best Method io Resist )
and to Improve ike
'What M?s B
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Washington, June 27.-The need of
shortening tho growing season oT cot
ton has been recognized as Uie..fc 'Bt
moans for securing protection against
. injury from the' boll weevil*,-and ,tpe
J U. S. dopartment ?f agriculture hos
. . banu recommending a system pf cotton,
culture whick aims to eeqire tho-pro
- ducMon' of padre cotton lp a-shorter
pferioji. of time. The sytetem is also .im
portant for legions , where the crop .is
-limited by dioutji or by ?h?tt sejis^fc?
aa In the norther a district* and should
help remedy ; the bsckwaw state -ot
what has been cqhsldercd UL the. past
.. a ''rnretcrop".'tna^stryV' ^Kefdfl??^
mont's Fartherr.' ?ulleUn ?Ko??01), en
1L* titled : ?A ti?w System of Cotton* ?ul
- tur? and .Its. Application," has bisen ls*
nued'To give tho details to those whb
may proflthy Jt.
The danger ot Injury from the boll"
1 thavfnvbr 'tne^^oxltiiaut growth of the
young; plants anil Induce tho formation
supprosrlon of these branches avoids.
, injuri?te crbwdWg^ of the ^t?w ?4?
ahm makes- lt .^posstbiB t?ftle^v? m'brd
. plante itv *be rows;than^ia^d* ic**-,
1 ternary. Tho most npport^
' alton which the nbw Bystem Requires
is th&pli^ogof ^tkifcloW
during the it?rUW^tateh. ot gngAi
Invasion ?f ??ll Weevi?
Backward State of
\??n ? "Sure
of tho plan tn to cultural problems.
Many Intelligent farmers are aWare
I ct the fact that rows or cotton acci
-denthlly left.without thinning are some
?'times much moro productive thhn rows
; that were thinned In' the usual manner
abd-haye reflected cnthe possibility ot
I recuring langer' crops by closer plant
ing, fedt^Ue 'Underlying'principle haa
not beeb understood: The;fe'ehdyipr ot
cotton under diff?rent Conditions ls sb
variable-that any farmer might well
hesitate tb adobt a niothod of culture
?itggusted by an occasional occurehce
like the production bf a larger crop
-n ?ri .?uthin??d row. ;.. ..
ea?h cottoL' g ro wiag^cohi??i?t? i ty
there are usually PumeHfataners who
believe that cotton "Should be "lett
closer/together tn the; reWs^sb?t this
tendency in recent yearr has heed to
ward wider ?pacing, owing to a general
r?cognition pf the ovji .effects of hav
1 tho plants too Close together,.
- liiy'uh??t?r conditions that favor
jk ?^W?. Th?se^^tid tis? nhr
row t-pbeing ?h?y boast of phenomena
yields in r.brilo, seast?rie, hut iii' othe;
yeararthby appear ht * disadvar-fcigt
with their neighbors. , Tito possibility
dt making a.,8?fe c?rdbihUtl?n nt tho
, two conflctinfe Methods fe?bms not ? to
have been suggested. Tho sa
fifct is shown-in tho reedits o:
-'V to' deteraloo 'the .
Is&nces- as : ih tHt?fflf?
and narrow ?pacing iii other
so th?t ;ftb definite conclusions cou
WU be Hold at. ?idserre?tt If. C.,
its Conference, write to Rev. J. D.
DESPITE D?t OC TH
Clemson College Form Made Fine Crop
of Oats-Cotton mut Corn Are
Also Good. . -
Clemson College, June 27.-In spite
of a"drouth which is one of the worst
in the memory of the oldest r?sidents
of tho region, one of the bcBt oat crops
in the stale is now being threshed dt
Clemson College. L. B. Brandon,
nup?rlntendent of the college farm, re
ports' a yield of at leant 6,000 bushels
?on 80 to 85 nc res and every bushel con
tain F-only pure Appier oats that will
lu? e-1 "
i J.- 'Him ........ f
A piece ot land oh the college tarni'
one and a half acres in .extent was
sown to. pedigreed seed obtained from
B. R. Coker, of Hartville. . This piece
has threshed out 138 bushels, an aver
age of 82 bushels: to the acre. The rest
Of the lund planted to oats is not ex
pected to equal this piece. At the same,
time Superintendent Brandon stated
that though he. had threshed less than'
one-fifth of his chocked cate, ; he had
about 1,200 bushels already stored abd
was confident of a yield o? af least
6,000 bushels. *'.
% Tho oats are being threshed wth a
.large thresher. , operated by'a traction
engine. The work is so arranged that
a' hay press is attached and while the
oats ^aie being threshed the straw is
bplrir baled.. Thc threshing capacity J?
about 1,000 bushels per day.
% There has not been a heavy, shaking
.lin .lV'lnH,nn? ll_^ _.. ? '
whieh was liiaated ;e?w?"ahd ot co>h,
8? bf it waist nigh. The u*e or cVrc
f bi modern ftieth?da and Im proved ma
chinery ^rhlchallowbd bveixbHet? sba>
sen to bj Used to oUvahtage*hf^ meant
the/ difference between success-" add
f?iltire.. .. . v ;. .. ..;-v
i.^jf^albB.?^'?-. 26;^?mhers; pf
tho!^bd?rai reserve organisation cdn>
s. ?aomltied ?or dlrectoro o?
? reserve Dftttks:?The ?n$te. num
ber; waaf onty.708/ with mbt^tsatttfjOW
1 f"n.:.T?tlhit.v. .
North 'C?rofIn?; South j
J phtt.?of <WftftVtiftt|ltt. bb
|.?ny> bf Ithb, dlsx?icts. Th*
hbmb di tho hrio?
1 ; cbm^unlAi'?fft
l?l ?Un; ??iV. 3/B.
COlJlSr^o SUIT NETS
Jruy Award? Verdict On Strength
Of Alleged Damage to Repu
tation By Firs* Suit
Atlanta, June 26.-J.-.N. Bateman, of
Atlanta, tday was awarded damages
amounting to $5,000 ' against Frank
Rothleutner, a Nebraskan, who sought
to obtain a verdict for $20.000 against
Mr. Bateman for an alleged fake pool
r?oni'operniiuu. Today's Verdict Was
rendered by a. jury In ; the-superior
court on a counter suit filed by B?te
ian. ' - ?
Ho thl eu tn cr charged'that Bateman
was the head of a chain of fake pool
rooms tn At! to ta, Miami, Palm Beach
and other cities. He represented that
he . lost $20,000 on a fake, bet in one
of the alleged pool , rooina.
J lat enian ...was .arrested at the in
stance of Rothleutner hut on Septem
ber, 2*\ 1913 .all ttorges against him
were dismissed. Me then entered suit
against Rothleutner. for ?25,000 for
thc "humiliation*, expense And loss of
reputation occasioned hy the baseless
and malicious accusations," Tho Jury
held that he was entitled to recover
Look yoting i'bmtnhn. garden Sage
mid Sulphur darken tej iiBiuralty
nobody, can tell.
^Oranrimotfaer;HePt hier half beau
tifully darkened, glossy und abundant
With: a brew bf Sage ^Tea, hod Sul
phur. : Wheneverher;'|ijrMl mit op
tobi?, oh that dull, faded o*, streaked
appearance, this simple hMtUre was
rippiied with wonderful .. [ ???kiK By
Anhing, ?t any dtogist?re' fd?*? Wyeth's
??ge;a?d sulphur- Hair Rbmedy,r you
widget a la>*b bottle ot m*M0m
recipcy;Jr??dy tb use,. fdfc. \ ?hb?t 60
cents,, Thia almpla tftfttt>e?:OT'-:6?.
depended u$6?,tb restore hitUr#vcQl*
W W^^ory t? th?'Jia?r ?hd ii Tbl?ri.
%&>tot d?ndftfff, dry, itchy' scalp hud
Says everybody Useft-. Wyeth's . /Sage
end Sulphur/- because it i da rkcha so
naturally and evenly that nobody cab
tell lt has been ?ppltefi^-it'a sh;e&sy tb
uss.; too. You simply.>dimp?i ? a
?Egrc or. ?oft, brush .nhoV draw lt
at a time. Ry rhorblog ths gray hair
disappears ; after ahother application
or. two, lt is,'restored, td l&e&drai
color and looks ciosSy, soft and abun
gvaos fhttnattcy, ege?it?,< !
Si MULES KILLED
BY LtalNG BBL!
COUNTY ANIMALS HITCHED
TO ? ROAD SCRAPER
WORTH $350 EACH
Convicta Nearby Were Not Injur
ed, Failing Even To Fee]
(From Sunday's Dlaly.)
Six mules, reported to nj wort!?
$350 each, were list to ?tvi County et.
Anderson yesterday afternoon, a
belt of lightning kiding tb'! half doz
en animals. The .n.iK h were hitched
to a road .scraper and w?re? employ
ed in the grading In progress near
Cooley's bridge, 14 miler, from, the
city. Convicts nearby at the time,
wore, not oven shocked by the bolt
which did the damage.
Mr. J. Frank Johnson, Insurance
adjuster, was notified ot tho loss by
Supervisor King, to whom lt waa re
ported from tho camp when lt oc
curred. According to Mr. Johnson, re
peating the rtory told him, the bolt
struck sometime between 5 and 6
O'clock, while the convict force had
retired momentarily from the road
WorU to await the parsing of the force
ot the storm, which had coma up sud
denly. The mule-* were driven to tho
roadr-lde, presumably under the shelter
of the branches of trees, although Mr.
johnson was not cure of this.
Tho moles were of exception ul val
ue, probably tho finest draught . ani
mals in.Anderson county. There Were
a halt dozen of a drove of muter re
cently purchased by thu county for tts
permettent improvement - work. To
secure tho kind of mulos desired
the breeders ot Tennessee and Ken
tucky were sought iuifi the drove pur
chased in those states. Tho cost to
tho county at, tho timo was approxi
mately $300 each, and this price Was
scoured, it was undort tood. because Of
thc purchase of the mules in number.
The county carried us much Insurance
bn the m?l^. ns '*h? ?hderwriters
Wohld ??lbw on that c?iuux of broberty,
so engaged, but $100 each. Therefore,
it .Wat; e*Um&t?d that?the los?. tO^bb
<? Later last evenlhg, a more direct re
portwassectirw; w tho killing of the
mules, the fact* coming frqm, Bolton.
The Xorgdoln* story, whllb iessent??l
ly correct, does not cover, tljb derails
ot the lbss. ? Tt?e mides; nrte?n 1? all,
were hitched to the two road scrapes*
epd wera driven te, hUched-toto.iiob
yard nt tho home of Mt. ?amos Madt
son, ijear Tphej* Creek, There vradsr
nn oak tree the .bolt wrought, ita dam- j
Tkeconvtcla were housed in a shed '
and the guards also sought shelter a
few yaiiis from the place where the
animal?-, were standing. .The light
ning bolt completely ripped out the
heart of tho tree, a slender oak, and
the shock slightly stunned the con.
viet guard, .but hurting po one. The
bolt penetrated the home of Mr. Mad
Iron, visiting with t lipid damage-ev
ery room of the building. Five ladies 1
were in the home and one of these, i
Mir.? Madison, was stupned by thc <
bolt. She recovered in a. few . min- i
Utes and was apparently uninjured, J
When the. bolt struck, the .trees, ?
thi/teen of the fifteen mules standing
together iel?. ?even arose, ?uuiiy, ui
hough two of the seven were stunned
for'some considerable time. Six were
killed outright. Two of thc mules ap
parently failed, to feel. the shock at
all. The animals weighed between
1,350 and 1,400. pounds each and were
handsome and' rarely valuable.
Although tho lightning played about
the home in alarming fashion and was
felt keenly .by the Inmates, It didn't
set dre to the building and railed to
du any t er ions damage therein.
County commissioner Vandiver wan
In the,city last night and deplored the
loss of these mules. He said that no.
better, stock nos over been brought to
Anderson, and it will be hard to re
place these mules selected for thfc
particular work. ?
Carra ii ?a*? Committee on Benton's
Heath Hes Fi?tsh?d Vfafk,
On Board General Car rania's Special
Train, Bound for Monterey, June 25.
-Via teredo, Tex.. June 26^Tha
commission appointed by General
Car ran tb to .investigate the deaths of
William .H. Benton, an Englishman,
ano .'Gustavus Bauch, an American,
both of whom lt was assorted were
executed, presented its report in each
case to General Carranza today, mit
the result of the Investigation wai
?ot m?de pjublic,
G?n?ral Ram on Fr aus t ro. president
Ot . the commission, declined to state
bb whom the commission had fixed the
responsibility for the deaths of Benton
abd Bauch, whether each had been
tried by military court before exe
cution, what tho charges wero. on
which they were executed, whether
the commission bad advocated the
payment of indemnities for their d&#H;
of ,oti&7- d?t?ilo ot the H>H
other two members o" :i" .i r^^ajon
Miguel: Mfa abd ?' Silva. blab
Before leaving for Monterey Geberat
Carranea also received ?. dispatch
stating that General Trinidad Rodrl
QhOs ?died last night of wounds re
ceived in tho taking of Zacatecas.
Philadelphia uses an aced f ate test
tag plftht carded on an automobile tb
I H?TUlh it Its various (orme of street
lights are maintained it contract
Kat Ions cieftt if Kidneys feel
Itad or .Madder bMfeu'ti'W7
Meat form* uric
Most folks forget that the
ike thc bowels, get sluggish
ged and need a flushing oe?
iso we- have backache and
ry in the kidney region,
icher., rheumatic . twinges, torni
cr, acid stomach, Flcepleflsn
ill 3orts or, bl?ddersdisord
You simply must kedp. yo;
ittV? wu - vleSS - Sow limm*
eel on ache or ?pain in th? v
.eglou. get about. four o
Halts from any good, drug
take a tablespoonful.in. a g\l
;er before breakfast for a
in your ktdneyR will then
This famous salts ii made :
tdd ot .grapes and hunon J
t>ined with lUhia. and is ,uar
Hush clogged..kidneys and.',
tim tc .nonna! activity,
neutralises the acids : th.
no longer irfltaies,
lud'ler disorders. .-S^Sf?
Ja?l- Salts ls harmleea, in
?ukik ? delightful e ff erv
ato.w.rluk .which every
,ke i ow and then. to He?
cys ci Ban, thus avoiding i
A well known local.1
EollB lots of Jad Sc'te .
Slleve in overcoming. Ul
rt??le it is only trouble 1?
?Oyster Bayv June d^-rrl
loop Resoluta seor
pry iu the preliri 1
ere today, Her
Ima at the fluist
ive minutes ant! ,
lie Benanee 6 mlnut
?hus,. ? - V!X?-;.;lV.i?<
While the .Resolirt*
toCty's .raco waa cot-tl
Hstage of the contest ?i "
leg, the Vaaltie and tffii
to hold her a trifle betters
vlous races. . . ...Yv .'<?.
The yachts will
>da&-iM?nt bick jij "
usstldh of inilea^
i congress, Yew? .
voted- for five cents
for : senators, ,*?d . i
back to l>e'threeh? 4
? ";<,.i.r, .i.;,.,:, .?a
for quickly; m^hrthi ,
in railroad euttfUtf fttip