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fort-a satisfied thirst
-a contented palate.
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JOB PRINTING DEPARTMENT
. 'Oll MANUFACTURING ENGRAVER^
Pricca"'Quite as Reasonable as Consistent with Quality.
and then, we will
lend you money
. Interest paid
Farmers and Merchants
Farmers Loan & Trust
Anderson, S. C.
combined resources ? little the
. rise of ono million dollars.
OFF FOR EUROPE.
Norfolk, Yu.? The un val collier Yul?
can, luden with coal for the treasure
/.raisers Tennessee and North Caro?
lino, cn route In Europe, sailed today.
TO TUE FRONT.
Paris, A II ir u "t 18.-The correspond?
cut of the Times nt Constance Iluden
say* liuttulinns of Bosnians wearing
red fezes passed through the railroad
depot ut Constance going westward,
mourding to reliable 'information
..Halifax, N. 8. August IS.-For hall
an hour last Thursday night H. M. 8.
. Bristol, the smallest Rrltlsh warship
! in the North Atlantic, fought a long
i range duel with the Karlsruhe, the
? largest and fastest of the German
i cruisers, which has been trying to
Intercept British shipping in tho
ot. undo ii, Aug. 13.-All the heavy
1 i.e rm an artillery has been destroyed
by the extraordinary accurate Are of
t the Liege forts, which still are Intact,
I according to the dispatch received
1 tonight by The Exchange Telegraph
' from. Its Brussels correspondent ...
The Road to Advancement
' TO PREVENT PLAGUE.
Norfolk, Va., Au.i.Mi.vt Vd.-lb VUM
of the. bubonic plague In Lhcrpool
and New Orleans, all vessels freni the
south will be fumigated hy Norfolk's
hrai'.n authorities, lt was i nnouiiced
FIGHTING UK SU M F.D.
?Amsterdam, August 13, via London.
-Ffghting In the neighborhood of tho
Belgian town of Tongres, to tho north
of Elene, was rex nm rd today, accord
ing* to'the correspondent of the Tele
gram nt Ulaestrlcht, Mho says that af
ters ijulet night ah artillery dael was
recommenced this morning.
. NEU* -.MINISTER OF -MARINE.
Rone, August 18, v?'landon.-Vice
Admiral Leone V?ale was appointed
min ister ef marine> today to succeed
Admiral Enrico Millo who retired on
account of ill health.
Retter things are in
store fer the- young
man or woman who
aside a part ef their
wages avery pay day.
Systematic Saving is
a great factor la build
ing character. Try lt.
The Savings Qe
?? partment of
Bank of Anderson
?? li.^1' ?. I
Tilt Strongest Baak tn
At Norfolk 6;Newport News 1.
Al Petersburg 1; Portsmouth l-l:
At Richmond 5; Roanoke 4-Firs
At Norfolk C; Newport News 1
At Brooklyn* 3: Philadelphia o.
At Pittsburgh 2; st. I^UIH 0.
At Pittsburgh 2; St. Louis 1-Firs
Pittsburgh 6: St. Louis 2-Seeon?
At New York 3; Boston 5-No otb
Won Double Rill
Pittsburgh. Aug 13-St. leonis was
defeated in both games of a doulih
header here today 2 to 1 and 5 to 2. Il
waa the Hst time this season that th?
Pittshurghs have won two games ir
St. Louis . orin ono 001-1: 4; f
Pittsburgh _ ooo inn 001-2:10; (
Pt rd lie, (Jrluer and Snyder; Coonci
St. I.ouls . OOO OOO 200-2; 4; J
Pittsburgh _ 201 100 Mx-6; 9; C
Perritt. Gryner and Snyder; Adame
Cutting Bown Lend
New York, Aug. 13.-Boston cut an
Other game from New York lead by
winning the first of the series hore
today 5 to 3. The visitors hit both
Marqua rd and Fromme hard. Maim
wa=? tho most e:ectlve batter.
Boston . 110 002 010-5:11; 1
New York ... 000 000 201-3; 9:2
Rudolph and dowdy : Fromme, Mar.
quard and Meyers, McLean. ,
Pitched Shut Out Ball
Brooklyn. Aug 13-Reubach, on
whom Brooklyn recontly asked waiv
ers, pitched shut out ball against the
Phillies todny, winning 3 to 0 Daa
hl r< scored In the first inning ouf thc
Bncrlflcc of Wheat's fly In the 8th
Philadelphia .. 000 000 OOO-0; 4; 0
Brooklyn . 100 10O Olx-3; 5: 2
Mayer and Doola; Reulbach and
At Jersey City l; Rochester C.
At NeWark 7; Buflalo 2.
At Providence 9-7; Montreal 1-2.
Only three scheduled.
At St. Lou in-chicago rain.
At Cleveland 6; Detroit 3.
At Boston'O;-'Now "York 1.
At St. Paul .2. Mllwoukco ll.
At Minneapolis C; Kansai City 5.
At CnlumbUB 8-2! Louisville 016.
At Indianapolis 7: Cleveland
C.uldnf Hoi ve Puzzle
Celoveland. Aug 13-Cleveland "de
foaled Detroit today C to 3. Hagcrman
J being a puzzle to the visitors, also
making his first hit or the year, a
double, Cavet, who relieved Covales
? kle arter a pinch hitter had batted
for tho latter, was hit. hard. Er
ror? were resnocslide for the scores
Cleveland _ 002 010 30x-6; 9; 3
Detroit . 110 OOO 010-\\\ 5; 3
Hagerman and O'Neill; CovaldUto,
Cavet. Dubuc and Stanage.
Dubuc and Stanage. ,
dot Bent of Duel
Boston, Aug. 13.-Fisher of Now
York won a pitcher's duel from leon
ard, of Boston, 1 to.O.. Leonard al
lowed four hits in seven innlngn bat
lost In tho third when -he walked
Mah,el and made a -vtld pitch after
Fisher had sacrifice::.
Boston . 000 000 000-0; 8; 2
New~York. 001 000 000-1^4; 0
Leonard, Shore and Carrigan. Cady;
Fisher and Nunama1 rr.
Washington 7 ?es Again
Philadelphia, Au- 13-Shawkoy was
invincible today a 1 Philadelphia de
! fonted Washing to- 7 to 0. Ayers WAS
' knocked off the r ' ber In' five Innings,
i Hts successor, t'nrper, forced in two
runs In the si- "' inning by giving
passes to Colli:.. and Baker.
Washington_OOO 000 000-9; 3; 0
Philadelphia .. 200 032 OOx-7; 0; 2
Ayers, Har- <?t and Henry; Shaw,
key and Lar ;>. .
At St. Louis 0; Brooklyn 1-Six in.
At Indianapolis 2; Buffalo 1.
At Chicago-Pittsburgh rain.
A Pitcher's Duel.
Indianapolis, Aug. 13.-IndianauolU
on'timely hits scored two runs in the
second. inning of today's game and
won from Buffalo 2 to 1 In a pitching
duel between Moseley and Krapp.
Buffalo . 000 010 000-1; 6: 1
Indianapolis ii. 020 000 OOx-2; 6;0
Krapp and Blair; Moseley and Rar
Called la the Seventh
St. Louis, Aug 13-The B.ooklyn
St. Louis game waa called off today
at the opening of tho seventh inning
because of ral:. Brooklyn won 1 to
0; - . . .* ' ?' .> " ' ?.
Bcoro-^ . - .
.Brooklyn 000 010-1; 4; .0
St. Louis . 000 000-0; 2; 1
Finneran and Owens, Groom and
Simon. ' t
, -, . ... 1. . ri tl '
. Johnson We*',y * '-<'
Kansas City, Aug .18-Johcson won
his first game since he Join wi thc
Our Duchess," Back In America,
Pretty as Ever and Wants Vote
Photo? copyright. 1014, by American Press Association.
NEWPORT has long boon the Mecca of thc high society of oar Inna
' omi '?oinof Ihies of the male portion of foreign Inmls. Rnt never until
this'Wasou ha*'It bred the Mecca of the suKrnglsts. The lodestone
that is nttractlng the votes for women workers ls the Duchess of
Mnrlbordngb. who ls visiting her mother, Mrs. O. II. P. Belmont, nt Marido
Utilise. Mrs. Belmont's palatial-estate there. The duchess, who, as every one
knows, wes Miss Consuelo Vanderbilt. Is a suffragist, but not a militant Bhe
has done a lot tor tho cause in England in a safe nod sane way. Shortly
after her arrival at Newport Mrs. Belmont, who ls herself an ardent suffrn
clst. pave a .suffrage reception at which the duchess told of her work in Eug
laud ami,at w hich these pictures of ber were snapped.
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II Fresh From the Press ment In This Paper, j
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Home- Rule Leader and
Soldiers Opposing Him
Phuto by American Frew Association.
, < . ...?.. Yf -*tv' >< . V ' '. . . '. ?..???'~'f'ifil? ' Vt' "ff- vi'1} I
JOHN VJ. REDMOND.'tho Irish leader In parliament, baa hope* of a peace
ful settlement of tho h?irne rule troubles in Ulster, .although 8lr Kdwr.rd I
Cursou ?iulms ?o have un army of 100,000 men ready tu oppbej* eufbrco j
tnent of borne rule, ' torta lc lt ts thut tho north Ireland pcople tiate
large supplies of gun? and * ammunition; The illustration jttowa ?edmond and;
a group or CiirKon's soldlor*, , lt is repor.ed thot boatloads of guns and bu?iet>
have been smuggled luto, .the Orangemen's headquarter* at Belfast.
has the agency for the
New models described in this
-In the End the Cheapest Shade You Can Buy
They are made of closely woven cloth without that "filling"
of chalk and clay which, in^ the ordinary shade, soon
cracks and falls out in unsightly" "pin holes." Sun won't
fade it nor water spot it. It is supple-not stiff, yet al
ways hangs straight and smooth.
Made also in Brcnlin Duple*-light on one side and dark
on the other.
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ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF MAILS
Train No. 6 arrives at 6:28 a. m. All
northern and western mall.
Train No. 12 arrives at 8:31 a. in.
All local mail from hero to Walhalla,
I Train No. 7 arrives at 9:30 a. m. Lo
cal mall from Greenville, S. C., to Bel.
ton, S. C. and northern mail.
At ll a. m. mall from Town ville, S.
!? Train No. 5 arrives at 11:40 a. ni.
'Local, mail from Augusta, Ga., to An
Train No. 25 arrives at 2:25 p. m.
Local mall Seneca, S. C., to Atlanta,
Ga., inclusive, and western mail.
Train No. 21 arrives 3:45 p. m. from
Starr and Iva. S. C.
Train No. 25 arrives at 3:35 p. m.
from Greenville, S. C., and norineru
and eastern malls.
Train No. 10 arrives at 4:52 p. m.
Local mail to and including Walhalla,
S. C., and western mail.
- Train No. ll arrives at 6:03 p. in.
AU southern mail.
. Total number locked pouches re
ceived per dav 22.
Train No. 22 leaves at fi a. m., t?. ??
W. C. All local mall to and including
Wllllngton, 8. C. ?
Train No. 29 leaves at 7:20 a. m. on
Belton & Walhalla. Ail local mail to
and Including .Walhalla, 8. C.. AU lo
cal mail mail from Seneca. S: C., to
Atlanta, Ga., and western mail.
Train No. 6 loaves 7:3? a. m. Pouch
es for Belton, Wllllamston, Pe!*or.
Piedmont and Greenville, S. C.
Train No. 12 leaves 8:31 a. m. All
southern and eastern mail as far aa
Train No. 9 leaves 11:50 a. m. for all
points except' lower part of state.
At 1 p. m. mall for Townville, S. C.
1 Train No. 24 loaves at 2:45 p. m.
Mail fdr Belton, Greenville, 8. C., and
all northern and eastern mall.
Train No. 6. C. & W. C., leaves at
3:35 p. m. All points to and Including
Train No. 25 leaves at 3:45 p.. m.
Local points from Seneca, S. C. to At
lanta, C?a., and southern and western
pointsT ". ?'?
Train No. 10, leaves at 4:52 p." m. All
northern, eastern - and southern mail.
Train No. ll leaves at 6:03 p. m.
All northern and western mail.
- Total number locked pouches dis
patched per day 22.
eoming in almost every ?ay
tatest shipment being a cai ? if
f atti ol
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I need some or pl! of these when you go to make repairs, 1
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