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THIRTY-SEVEN CASES HERE
DISPOSED OF DURING 5
Four Case? Were Continued and
Nine Nolle Prossed-Record
The. spring term of the court of
general'sessions for Anderson county
probably hojds the record in this cir
cuit for the number of cases dis
posed of in the time court was in ses
sion. Convened last Monday morning
at 10 o'clock for a two weeks:'? ses
sion, the court adjourned ut th?' end
cf five days' sitting. Ere the week
was half spent the solicitor suv tl.ut
there would be nothing left on the
docket for trial during tho second
week of court, so instructed the sheriff
to notify all jurors dru WM for the sec
ond week that they need not report
37 Cases Disposed Of.
Upon the convening of the term of
court there were 37 cases on the dock
et, of which tho following disposi
tion has been made: Continued, 4;
hollo prossed 9; acquitted ll; con
victed, 13. ,
Of tho ll instances in which ac
quittals reunited, verdicts of not
guilty were directed In four instances
by tho presiding judge. The re
maining 7 verdicts of not guilty were
returned by juries.
Of tho 13 cases in which thero were
convictions, verdicts of guilty were
returned by Juries in four cuses. In
thc remaining nine cases the defen
dant entered please of guilty.
Only One Long Term.
The longe?t term imposed In sen
tence upon any defendant tried at
this term of the court was G years.
^^T^ty-rivewordr or lesa, One T
Ali advertisement OTer twenty-ftv
word. Rates on 1,000 words to
Nb advertisement taken for lesa
It year nene appears In tba tale
your want ad to 321 and a bill will
WAlHrM*-Clean cotton rags. The In
isr*igeec?r -Job Foisting Dcp-rL
WANTED-To correspond, confi
dentially,, with anyone deslrlous ot
' becoming permanently cured ot the
morphlno or whiskey habit The
KEELEY INSTITUTE, COLUM
BIA? 8. C. BOX 7f?.
WANTED-The privilege to cure
tobacco users at home. $5.00 buys
tho cure. Information lt desired.
TH? KEELEY INSTITUTE, CO
LUMBIA, S. C.. Box 75.
WANTED-You to buy your "Sunday
Goodies" from the Anderson Pure
Food J Co.-Cakes, Pies, Cream
Puffs, Buns, Bolls, and "Aunt
Mary's Cream Bread. Store at
Anderson, Bakery's old stand on
WANTED-To sell cotton seed hulls
and meal. Prices right. B. N.
Wyatt, the 35 Coal Man. Phono
FOB SALE-Two brood sows, one
young pig; now registered, Berk
shire Bore, Price $45.00. T. B. Mar
tin, Ldwadesville, 8. G.. R. F. D.
FOB SALE OR RENT-Drink stand
located near Blue Ridge Station.
See W. M. Stevens at Stnnd.
FOR SALE-Barred Plymouth Bocks,
i Altonnm layers from record yarde of
?A Mi' -_AU- - IO ?--_
.WW %*? ?..*, VQ^B v.lu / vm, U.O .VH1 -
yetta, quickest growers, largest
chtokens. Eggs from Altoona lay
ers $>. for 15. Eggs from 18 Kar
ron ya i $1.50 for 15. Pulletts
$1.00 nab, tine cockerels $1.50 to
?8.00 each. J. C. Scribbling Pendle
ton, a&-2-8-6tp. . ?
C. E. TRIBE
The shortest sentence received hy any
ono wau 20 days.
Record of ( uso?.
Following ls a record of tho canes
dlHiiosod of at tho terni of tho general
bcssiona just adjourned.
Lawrence Hammond, assault and
buttery with intent to kill, pleaded
gul!'.y and received sentence of 2
Albert Thompson and Joe Hates,
housebreaking and btrceny, pleaded
E.ui)ty and received sentence of ono
J. T. Harks, larceny of live ?tock,
pleaded guilty and received seuteucj
cf is montra.
Maud Scales, larceny, pleaded guilty
and received sentence of 2 months.
Letlur Lnrk and fc'rod Prlnglelcn,
houHobroakiug and larceny, pleaded
guilty and received sentence of io
and larceny, pleaded guilty and re
i'luinmer Turner, housebreaking,
pleaded guilty and received sentence
of 9 months.
Verge Hunter, housebreaking and
larceny, pleaded guilty and received
sentence of io months.
t.'eorgo Keller, disposing of proper
ty under lion, pleaded guilty and re
ceived sentence of lfi months.
Steve Hoblnson, burglary and lar
ceny, convicted hy Jury and seulenced
to Ive years imprisonment.
J. F. Kennedy, assault and battery
with intent to kill, convicted by jury
and sentenced to snrvo r> months or
pny a fine of $100.
D. T. Smith, murder, verdict of
not pullty directed hy the . .?nrt.
Eugene Shaw, assault and battery
with intent to kill, acquitted hy jury.
Albert Lewis, violation of thc dis
pensary law, acquitted by jury.
Albert Lewis, violation of tho dis
pensary law, convicted by Jury^ and
sealed sentence left.
Henry Sims, housebreaking, plead
ed guilty and received sentence of 7
John H. Jenkins, assault und cat
tery with Intent to kill, convicted by
jury ot simple assault and battery
and sentenced to 110 days.
E. Truman Wolborne, murder, ver
dict of not guilty directed by court.
tm? 26 cents, Three'Tunea BO cents.
e wordi prorata for each additional
be used In a month made on appll
than 26 cents, cash In advance.
phocs directory you can telephone
be malled after Its Insertion for
Neds or Pole Yoke*, willi strong
center pieces-Fifty Cents. .
PAUL E. STEPHENS.
WHEN UNEXPECTLY detained dows
town for luncheon, you cannot d#
better than drop In here. A light
lunch or a substantial meal. Culatas
and service O. IC and prices Just st
attractive as our food. The Lunch
FINE FRUITS-We carry the largest
abd most complete assortment tn
the city-keep 'em moving. Fresh
Florida oranges, grape fruit, ap
plet, bananas, wholesale and re
tail. J. K. Manoa. Phone 323.-dtf.
WE BUY PEAS and pay the ?asa.
Farm aa Smith-Seodmaa, Phone
TOMATO SEED-Wood's Brimmer
Bulst's 'Monarch and Burpee's
Dwarf Giant should 'command re
spect, . We have bulk -tock. Early
Early Anna-Stone-Beauty-A> aie
Ponderosa end Globe. If Its sea;
sonable wo have it. - Furman Smith',
Seedsman. Phone 464.
SPECIALLY SELECTED Buff Rook
eggs for sale. $1.60 per 16. W. H.
Milford. R. No. 8, Anderson, & C.
NOTICE lg hereby given- not to hire
. or harbor Pearl Scott, wife of G. Tt
Scott, colored, who la under con
tract with me for 1916. Anyone so
doing will be fully y prosecuted. T.
N. Cromer, Iva., s. C.-2-4-:Up.
_ YOU WEA? Rosenberg's Clothes,
or Just clothes? . Spring styles have
. arrived. Rosenberg, Tailor and
! i l
Nearly everyone Indulges their
appetite and the digestive organs
are abuscl, resulting in a conges*
tlon of poisonous waste that clogs
the bowels anti causes much mis
ery und distress.
Tho most effective remedy to
correct tills condition is tho com
binat ion of simple laxative herbs
with pepsin, known as Dr. Cald
well's Syrup Pepsin. This ls a
natural, pleasant-tasting remedy,
gentle yet positive in ucl lon. ami
quickly relieves Indigestion, con
stipation, sick headache, belching,
et?:. Drug store? sell Dr. Cold
well's Syrup Pepsin ut fifty cents
and ono dollar a bottle, and in
thousands of homes it fa the indis
pensable family remedy. For a
fn-e trial bottle, write Dr. \V. Ti.
Caldwell. 452 Washington St.. Mon
Oscar Sargent, househunting, ver
ile! of not guilty directed by -..oort.
Roosevelt dobinson, assault willi
Intent to ravish, verdict of not guilty
directed hy court.
Pleas Agnew and Jim Davis, house
breaking and larceny, acquitted hy
S. II. Whitlock, murder, acquitted
c. W. Roi in, disposing of properly
under lien, acqulttedVtiy jury.
C. A. Shaw, disposing of property
under lien, acquitted by jury.
o ANDERSON VILLE NEWS ?
Thc health of this community ia
very good at this writing. The Sun
day school at thia place is In a nour
ishing condition, nine being present
1 a M Sunday.
Ile*/, li. T. Weldon tilled his regular
appointment -lust third Sunday after
The furmers of titi? community are
not getting much work done on ac
count of the rainy weather.
Mr. Elbert Shaw has put up nomo
new buildings on his farm near here.
Mr. H. M. Shaw of Lowndesvllle
viBiled Mr. Klbert Shaw and family
Sunday and Monday.
Mrs. Alice Wright and family spent
Saturday night and Sunday with Mr.
and Mrs. B. P. Wright.
Mr. L. H. Wright visited in Georgia
Mrs. Jim Landers is on the sick list
Messrs. Thornwcll and Eugene
Madden of Hart County, Ga., called on
Misses Hertha and Grace Shaw Sun
Mr. Henry Shaw called on Mrs.
Sanders lust Sunday. '
Mrs. Smith has returned home af
ter a week'? visit to Anderson.
Mrs. Nannie Maxwell spent last
Sunday with her parents, Mr. and
Atrs. Harry Shaw.
Messrs. Henry and Mack Shaw vis
ited in Georgia Friday and Saturday.
Miss Flora Ulckard of Georgia
visited Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Wright
The people of this community are
making, preparations towards the new
flat that ls to be erected near Hutton's
Miss Nettle Keys of this section and
Mr. McAbee of Hart County. Ga., were
happily married last Sunday after
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Wright visited
In Andorson Saturday and Sunday.
Messrs. George Landers and Char
ley Bridges went fishing Tuesday and
caught some nice Ash.
Messrs. Olin and M. L. Wright and
Mr. Winiam Feltman and Mr. Berry
Caines went bird thrashing the other
night and renorted a nice time.
Mr. andTOrs. I.. H. Wright and chil
dren visited Mr. and Mrs. Jim Lander
Kt. Joseph's Catholic Church.
' January 7th Secageslma . Sunday.
Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. Mass and
sermon at 10:30 a. m. No other ser
vice. Public always welcome.
DRINK MORE WATER
IF KIDNEYS BOTHER
Eat less meat and take Salts for
Backache or Bladder -
Uric acid In moat excites the kid
neys, they become overworked: get
sluggish, ache, and feel like lumps of
load. Tho urine becomes cioudy, the
bladder is irritated, and you may be
1 obliged to seek relief two or three
times during the night. When the
kidneys clog you must help them
flush off the body's urlnous waste or
j yr.u'>i be. a real sick nerson shortly.
Jkt Qrst yon feel a dull misery In the
kidney region, you suffer from ur.ck
ache, sick headache, dirtiness, stom
ach gets sour, tongue coated'and you
feel rheumatic twinges when tho
-weather ls bad.
Eat less meat, drink lota of water;
also get from any pharmacist four
ounces of Jad Salta; take a' table
spoonful in a glaas ot water before
breakfast for a few days and. your
kidneys will then act fine. This fam
ous salts is made from the acid of
grape* and lemon juice, combined with
ll thia and has been used for genera*
tiona to clean clogged kidneys and
stimulate them to normal activity, al
so to neutralise the P-ids in urine, so
it no longer lb a f.urce of Irritation,
thus onditig bladder weakness.
.Tad Sa'ts is inexpensive, cannot in
jure; mikes a' delightful effervescent
ll th la-water drink- which everyone
should lake now and then to keep .the
kidneys clean and active. Druggists
i bare say they- sell lota .ot Jad Balls,
to folk?, who believe In overcoming
kidney trouble while li is only trou
SIX AND TWENTY o
WILLIAMSTON. R. F. 1>. 1. Feb..
-On account of the pretty weather
we have been having for the last three
or lour days many of our people are
believing that the backbone of winter
has been broken and that we can soon
begin our preparations for another
crop. There has hardly been a day
In the last three months In which
farmers could do any farm work of
any kind, many yet have a consid
erable amov.ot ef colton in the fields,
and witt) this to pick and hauling fer
tilizer H.nd preparing for another crop,
will certainly have all that we can
do for several weeks to come. Many
had a good amount of fall plowing
Jone and this is going tl bo a big
Ixdp on both mau and work animal.
B. F. Whittaker recently killed the
: hampton hog for this section. It
netted him 602 pounds and was of the
Duroc strain. Mr. Whittaker makes
a specialty of this breed of hogs and
they are certainly beauties.
We would like to see at least a half
dozen boys from this section enter the
corn club contest this year and think
the proper steps are taken several
ii be induced to enter. We would
to have Demonstrator Garrison
this section at his earliest con
nlehce and see what cun be done.
H. L. Elrod of Princetown was a
sitor to the Melton section Saturday
A. M. Martin was a business visitor
Owing to the large amount of wheat
d oats sown in this section there ia
going to be a tremendous demand for
peas -of all kinds the coming spring
and any one having them to sell
ould make money by advertising
them in the columns of The Intel
J. W. Fowler and Jeff Kay have each
lost a cow recently. Mr. Fowler's
from eating some poison vegetation in
hlB pasture and Mr. Kay's from being |
Bored to death by another CMW'.
Ed. Wilson of Hopewell spent Mon
day night with his brother, T. C. Wil
J. A. Martin and C. N. Murphy were
visitors to the Five Forks section last
Wo hope that the senate and house
of representatives during the present
session will see fit to give us a com
pulsory education law that will be
State wide, without the local option
feature. We are of the opinion that if
tim local option feature was passed
with tho law that lt would fail to
benefit the communities that need the
aw most. Some oppos? the law be
cause they claim that it will force the
negro to send 'his children to school.
We need vhave nb fear from that- for
the negro ls not one halt as earless
about schooling his children os the
white people. You don't have to com
pel him to send his children to school,
he is doing that anyway. '
We think the present legislature
has done the wrong thing in repealing
the acreage redaction law passed at
the extra session of the last legisla
ture. If the law was not constitu
tional, and nearly every one claims
that lt was not, instead of repealing j
lt they should have went about some
plan to make R so, and placed some
kind of niiiu guards around it that
would have made it as binding as any
law nov? cn tue statute beek?. By
repealing this law they have repealed
the only law that has ever been pas
sed that would directly benefit the
tenant class of farmers for conditions
do exist just as V. B. Cheshire said
they did in his article in The Daily
Intelligencer a few days ago, and no
man dare deny that such conditions
do not exist. .
We venturo the assertion thafhlne
tenths of the land owners in Anderson
County would not rant an ?ere of
land to a tenant unless he would
agree' to plant at' least three-fourths
of his crop in cotton and in uinty-nino
out of a hundred cases the landlord
would want the tenant to plant corn
on some old red hillside with gullies
knee deep and so poor thafrrpu could
not even raise a fusapn it. OJ .course,
there are a few exceptions to the rule
but they are scarce' and far between.
We have been asked hy some of our
citizen.? to request the m?nagement of j
The Intelligencer to publish the law
as to the cleaning out of obstructions
in running streams if there be such a j
law In thia Slate. We think it would
bo a good Idea and a great help for the j
papers of tristate to publish from
time to time such laws as they would
be a benefit to rural communities.
W. C. BARN ETI'.
CATTLE IN GREENWOOD
Prof. L. 0. Williams of Clemson Ju at
GREENWOOD, Feb., 4.-Prof. L. 0.1
Williams of Clemson College, who Is l
at work in this county in behalf of thc
recently organised live stock associa
tion, reports that about ,100 beads of
cattle are now rc-gintoixtl for ino co
operative fewilnsp sud thai, there
w'ill bo othcrV'^Thfe services of the
bureau of marketing at Washington,
D. C.. have been enlisted by W. W.
Long of Clemson' and thc results of
the plan will be watched with much
Interest Heretofore .? beet feeders
have had no real market and have
I had to take just tho ^prlce xibtaluable
locally and probably* have to face a
condition .of little Gr no demand. It
ls believed that real profit will re
sult from the combined efforts of the j
association' and the burea?. -->? mar
?. 8 Af BE A BALDWIN *
. _ .
j ARCHITECTS .
. Bleekley Bldg. Anderson, S. C. . !
. CltUens Kaifoaal Baak BMg. *
Bal'egb, N, C?
PART OF CREW
Forty Members Escaped When
Spectacular Career of the
(Dy Awoclatied Pren.)
BERLIN, Feb. r>.-(by Wireless to
Say ville?.-According to a statement
made today by the Overseas N.ews
Agency, part af the crew of the fam
ous German cruiser Emden evaded
capture, escaping on the schooner
Aysha. on which they left Cocos Is
land last November at the time the
Emden was destroyed. The'statement
"H. M. S. Aysha reports that Lieu
tenant Commander von Muecke, with
the landing force of H. M. S. Emden
arrived near Hodelda on the south
west coast of Arabia. During the
passage of Perlm Channel they were
not detected by English and French
forces. Their landing was not mo-?
tested hy ;.. French armored cruiser
which was nearby."
The foregoing statement ls at va
riance with official Paris and Tokio
announcements In December to the
effect that cscancd members of the
Emden's crew had been captured.
When the spectacular career of tho
Emden was ended In November by the
Australian cruiser Sydney, which ran
her down November 10 in the Indian
Ocean and destroyod her, 40 mem
bers of the crow, under Lieutenant
von Muccko escaped. They were
members of a landing party which
was on Cocos Island at thc lime of
the battle. Th??y commandeered a
schooner, the Aysha, loaded her with
provisions and sailed away. A dis
patch from Manila subsequently said
these men had captured a collier, on
which they mounted two Maxim guns,
and had begun raiding commerce in
On December 18 the French minis
try of marino announced that the
British auxiliary cruiser Empress of
Japan had captured the collier. A
similar announcement was made in
NEW A1B BIRDS
Great Britain Construct inc Zeppelin
Destroyers for Protection Against
(Dy Associated Pms.)
NEW YORK, Feb. S.-Five Zeppelin
destroyers - airships constructed
along new lines-are under construc
tion near Loudon for protection
against threatened air raids along the
British coast, according to Thomas
Rutherford 'MaoMochen, president of
the Aeronautical Society of America,
here today from Liverpool.
He said the destroyers would he
faster than Zeppelins, smaller, eaaier
to navigato and would fire aerial tor
Do Yon Find Fault With Everybody 1
An irritable, faultfinding disposition
is often due to a disordered stomach.
A man with good digestion is nearly
always good natured. A great many
have been permanently benefited by
Chamberlain's Tablets after years ot
suffering. These tablets strengthen
the stomach and enable lt fi perform
its functions naturally. T btalnable
err" . here.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All persons having claims against
tho estate of J. N. Smith decease J. are
hereby notified to present them pro
perly proven to the undersigned with
in the time prescribed,^by" law, -and
those Indebted to make settlement.
B. J. SMITH,
3lp. '$5 E.w.
* -x pl.,
Time For Making Returns Out Feb
< mary 20th,
Please take notice only.' 16 more
days time for returns for personal
property will be out. Respectively
ask all cities and towna and tho
country to please make effort to
make returns, otherwise you are lia
ble to 50 per cent penajty. Board of
City of Anderson asks'that, returns be
made to Auditor at once.
February 5, 1915.
. . . -_
Use a little extra money lo
good advantage just now?
Haven't you something 16 sell ?
Do you own something you no
toogee law? but which if offered
at a bargain prk? would ap*
peal at once to some one wno
does need kV
v An INTELLIGENCER Want
Ad w??l tum the trick.
REV. SAMT. CREECH WRITES
- CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
States Institution Would Have to
Be Established in the Upper
Part of State.
Plans tor the establishment some
where lu th" State of South Carolina
of a "pay ot mge," are being consid
ered by the i . '. Sam T. Creech, of the
South Carolina Conference, and it is
not unlikely that the institution will
he located here.
The chamber of commerce ls in re
ceipt of a communication from Mr.
Creech in which he Plates that he bau [
decided to establish a "pay orphan
age," where orphan children might be
sent and taken earn of at a small cost
to those interested in them. Mr.
Creech states that he thinks it best to
establish the orphanage somewhere
north of Columbia on account of cli
matic conditions, and that from whut
he knows of ?Anderson thi3 ls one of
the best spots in the Piedmont sec
tion for anyone to live.
Mr. Creech asks in his lef.er to the
chamber of commerce if some sort of
proposition can't be made him to es
tablish his Institution here. It is
likely that the matter will be taken
up by the proper authorities and some
action taken in regard to thu matter.
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?... ? a ? T . I . T T H "J ? ?. ?* 1 I I '? s , *
Thomas Cooley .of Lowndes ville was
among the visitors in the city yester
J. H. Opt of Wllliamston was a visi
tor in the city yesterday. (
J. C. Nally of High Shoals spent
yesterday in the city.
Magistrate Sam Whitten of Pen
dleton was tn the city yesterday.
Miss Corrie Pinson of Hones Path
was among tho shoppers in the city]
Thomas Webb of the country was j
in the city yesterday.
John Horton of Belton was among j
the visitors in the city yesterday.
Dr. J. M. Hobson ot TownvH?e wah
tu the city yesterday for a short while.
D. H. Smith of Alcolu ls among the
visitors in the city. -
H. D. Lambert of Columbia was in
tho city yesterday.
C. A. Chapman of Spartanburg WOB |
a visitor in the City yesterday.
Thomas H. Pope of Greenville ls
am DH g the business visitors In the
Convention of Nation's
Business Men Ends I
R. G. Rhett, ol Charleston, Elect
ed Chairman of the Executive
CH* AModatrd Tn-1
WASHINGTON. Feb.. 5.-Election
of officers by tho new board of direc
tors brought to a close tonight the an
nual convention ot the chamber ot
commerce of the United States. Ses
sions during the past three days had
been marked by notable speeches and
debates on the country's g?nerai bust
ness situation, with particular refer
ence to the effect ot the European war
on foreign trade.
John H. Fahoy of Boston was ro
dded president and other officers
were chosen, as follows:
Honorary vice presidents, Henry A.
nrh?.iM m. A Tj TX. _-,_
Vice presidents. Hebert F. Maddox,
Atlanta; Henry L. Corbett, Portland,
Oregon, (both re-elected).
Treasurer, John Joy Edson, Wash
ington, D. C.
CwSuS??? of executive committee,
R. G. Rhett, Charleston.
Twenty-six Deputies Charged With
Murder td Connection With
Shooting of Strikers.
(Br Arjodatod VIM.)
NEW BFAJN8W?CK. N. J- Feb. fi.
Fifty-two indictments charging mur
der were returned today by a grand
jury against 2? deputier In connection
with the shooting of 19 striker? at
Roosevelt, N. J.. January 19. One of
the men ls at large. Of 27 in .'ail, two'
John H. Nolan and Frank Coy le, were
discharged from custody.
Two of the 19 men shot died of their
injuries and each of Ute deputies -waa
Indicted in connection with the death
of each striker.
Wh?n costive or troubled with cou
sUpatlon take Chamberlain's Telnets.
They are easy to take and moat agree
able tn effect. Obtainable everywhere.
Tb/oug h Pullman Sleeping Car Servit
Premier Carrier of the South
Effective Sunday. November 22
1914. Sleeper bandied on
Nos. 27 and 28. /
g a. m. LT. Charleston Ar. 9:40 p.
12:65 p. m. Lv Columbia Ar 4:45 p.
4:30 p. m. Lv Spartanburg Ar 1:45
7 :30 p. m. Lv Asheville Ar 9:20 a
i2:05 a. m. Lv Knoxville Lv 5:10 a.
10:65 a. m. Ar Cinelnnati Lv 6:35 a
9:00 p. m. Ar Chicago Lv 8:55 a.
Passengers from Anderson a
Greenville territory will make conn?
tions by leaving on trains Nos.
to Greenville and 12 to Spartanbu
and connecting there with the Chic*
go sleeper. >
In addit'on to the through sleeper ti
Chicago, Drawing Room Sleeper,
Standar'! Pullman Sleeper, Dining
car an'? through coach. t
For full and complete lnformattor
tickets and pullman reservation ca'
on any ticket agent, or write
W. E. Taber, T. P. A., Greenville, S
C., or W. E. McGee, A. G. P. A., Col
umbia, S. C.
Premier Carrier of the South In Cen?
nectlon with Hine Ridge. From
Anderson. S. C
$3.90 Columbia, 8. C.
And return account ot inauguration
of Governor-Elect Richard I. Man
ning. Tickets on sale January lSthj.
with return limit January 20th, 1915.
$18.8? Tampn, Fla.
And return account of Gasparilla
Carnival. Tickets on sale February
ll to 15th, with return limit Febr
ary 26th. By payment of $1.00 ex
tension will be granted until March
$15.00 Mobile, Ala.
And return account of Mardi Gras
Celebration. Tickets on sale Febru
ary 9th to 15th with return limit
February 26th. . By pnyment of ???.00
extension will be granted until March
$19.20 New Orleans. La.
And return account of Mardi Gras
Celebration. Tickets on salo Febru
ary 9th to 16th, with return limn
Febr-jrry 26th. By payment of $
extension will be granted on Ucl.
[until March 15th.
$14.55 Pensacola, Fla.
And return- account of Mardi G
Celebration. Tickets on sale Feb
ary 9th to 16th, with return li
February 26th. By payment of i)
extension will be granted ni
March 15th. For complete inforn.
lion, tickets and pullman reservat!
call on ticket agent, or write.
W. R. Taber, T. P. A.
Greenville, s. C.
- W. E. McGee, AG PA,
Columbia, S. C
Condensed Passenger Schedule
PIEDMONT ft NORTHERN RAIL WA I
Effective January 17th, 1915.
No, 81. 8:25 a. m.
No. 83.. 10:00 a. ra.
No, 85. . 11x40 a, m.
No, 87. .. .. 1:15 p. ui.
No, 89...8:40 p. m.
No. 41.COO p. ni.
No. 48.. .9:20 p. m.
No. 80. . .7.15 a. m.]
Nc, M. 9:00 a. m.?
No. 84.10:80 a. m.
No, 86.l&QS p. m.
No. 88. . .. 2:80 p.m.
Nc 40. 4:45 p. m.
No. 42. ... ... 8:10 p. BU
_ Tratte Maneger.
Charleston & Western
To and From the
No. 22 .... 6:00 A. M. I
No| ?. 3:35 P.M.
No. 5 ..10:50 A. M.
No. 21_4:55 P.M.
rates, etc, promptly
E. WILLIAMS, G. P. A.,
T. B. CURTIS, C A.,
Anderson, S. C.
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Business,- ?by 'Hag* Chalmers On
teat Automobile Manufacturer-1?