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Visit The Great Exposition
San Francisco? Cal. 1915.
San Diego, Cal.
Premier Carrier of the South
Greatly reduced round trip tickets will be sold by all ticket
agents at principal points to Los Angeles, San Diego, San
Francisco, Portland, and Seattle. Tickets on sale March 1st,
to November 30th.
If you desire a quick and comfortable trip on trains consist
ing of Pullman cars, tourist sleeper, dining cars and all steel
coaches then see that your ticket reads via the Southern Rail
Why pay tourist agents for escorting you around. You can
purchase a round trip ticket daily from Anderson, S. C., to San
Francisco, for only $79.20. Proportionately low rates from
For complete information, tickets and beautiful literature
' call on ticket agents, or write.
W. R. Taber, T. P. A., W. E. McGee, A. G. P. A.
Crees ville, S. C. Columbia, S. C.
Nineteenth Annual Convention
AMERICAN COTTQN MANUFACTURES
. Memphis, Tenn., April 13-14,1915.
Ticket? on sole April 10, ll 12, limited to retara April 24, 1015.
PIEDMONT & NORTHERN RAILWAY
(Seaboard'Air Line and N. C. & St. L.)
Special Pullman Trait will leave Spartanburg on April 12th, through
to Memphis Without Change.
FROM ? ROUND TRIP FABE
Leere Spartanburg . .8:45 A.M..$?
Leave Greer .'..?s28 A. M..81
Leave Greenville. .10.00 A. BP.. .2) ,
Leste Piedmont.10:82 A..M.. 23J?
Leave Pelter ...10:42 A.M..SsJt?
Leave WUliamston.10:47 A. M. . .. .. .23JT?
LoaveSelten ...11x1? A.M. .28J4
Leave Hosea Path.llrSS A.M. .. .... 8MJ
Arrive Atlanta, Ga. ... ... .?. 4:85 P.M.
Arrive Memphis, Team.8:85 A. M.
Connects st Belton with train from Anderson.
For reservations and Pullman rates, write
C. S. ALLEN, T. M.,
Greenville, S. C.
\m and fern
or '"M \.
Stenography and Typewrit
at the ''\
PEKRY BUSINES? COLLEGE
Greenville, S.?. c v.
wyf1111,11 111 '. r^J.!.1 ,ni
Women are so constituted ss to
be peculiarly susceptible to eon
stlpaton, and ther general health
depends in large measure on care
ful regulaton and correction ot this
tendency- Their delicate or
ganisms rebel at the violence ot
cathartic and purgative remedies,
which, while they may afford tem
porary relief, shock the system sud
serously disturb the functional
organs. A mild laxative is far pre
ferable and, if properly com
pounded, much more effective.
The combination of simple laxa,
tire herbs with pepsin sold in
drug stores under the name of Dr.
Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, ls ideal
for women's use. A free trial
bottle can- be obtained by writing
to Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 452 Wash
ington St, Monticello, Ills.
Students Organize to Wage Cam-j
COLUMBIA, April 7.-Bccently
there has been organized on the cam
pus of the University of South Caro
lina a prohibition club, and this or
ganization was made a link of the lu
ter-collegiate Prohibition Association
by Mr. W. M. Bunts on Saturday and
Sunday, March 6-7. Not only has
there been an awakening for prohib?
tion on the campus ut this college,
but several other colleges over the
Stat have instituted tbese clubs.
The national movement is fourteen
years old. The .clubs, being strictly
collegiate in organisation, are affiliat
ed in no way With the anti-liquor
leagues. Tho movement at the Uni
versity has, alt present about fi j:y
members, and prospects are that the
cause will continue to grow.
Thc object ot this State-wide col
legiate movement is to arouse a sen
timent for prohibition among the col
lege students of the Stae. - The fact
has been conceded that one of the
most powerful friends of liquor is ig
norance, and it is the purpose ot the
clubs to bring the students together
for studying prohibition; the effects
upon society and the individual, both
from a moral'and a physical aspect.
Preparing college men for leadership
and more perfect citizenship is, also
an object of the movement. Thous
ands of men have been prepared and
sent out through these clubs to grap
ple with and throw down the forces
Prom each club one or two bands
will be sent out each week, one going
out every second or third week, to
the churches, schools, and various
other institutions. The b-nds sent
out will he composed of men who can
play, men who can sing, and others
who are able to speak in public. It
ts hoped that the preparation receiv
ed will be an Incentive that will in
fluence many of the students to take
sn active part in the State campaign
luring the coming summer.
Heavy Meat Eaters
Haye Slow Kidneys
Eat less meat if you feel Back
achy or have Bladder
No man or Woman who eats meat
.egularly can mako a mistake by
lushing . the kidneys occasionally,
laye a well known authority. Meat
lorms. uric acid which excltes\ the
fidheys, they become overworked
"rom the strain, get sluggish and fall
0 filter the waste and poisons from
he blood.: then We get sick. Nearly
ill rheumatism. headaches, liver
rouble; nervousness, dizziness, sleep
essness-and urinary disorders come
rom . sluggish kidneys.
The moment yon feel a dull ache In
he; kidneys or your back hurts or if
he urine is cloudy, offensive, full of
lediment, irregular of passage or at
ended.by a sensation of scalding,
?top eating meat and get about four
mnces of Jad Salts from any phar
nady; take a. tablespoonful in a glass
it water before breakfast and tn a
ew days your kidneys will act titre
rhlfe famous salts is made from the
xid of grapes and lemon Juice, corn
deed with Uthla, and has been used
or generations to flush and stimulate
he ? kidneys,, also to neutralice the
iclds in urine so it no longer causes
rrliation, thus ending, bladder weak
Jed Salts ls inexpensive and.cannot
a Juro; makes a delightful eff?rves
ene Uthia-weier drink which every
ne should take now, and, then to keep
he ,kidneys eic and active and the
loud pura, thereby avotdlng serious
UNITED STATES post office, Au
!er*on, 8. C, Office of custodian, April
. 1915. Sealed proposals will be re
elved at this buUdtag until 2 o'clock
i. m., on th? ltith day of April. 1915,
nd- then opened, for furnishing elee
rie; current, water, ice, and miscel
auppiies, removing ashes and
, and washing towels during
insect.year ending Juno So, 191?.
ic Mght. tu reject.soy and all bids
. r ?served by the- treasury depart
ieiit. Tohn H. Cochran, Jr., Custodian.
ftaeald Kst Feel Discouraged,
So many peopie troubled with indi
esfiecv aaa constipation have been
eftted by taking Chamberlain's
eta that- no one should teal dis
who. baa not given thom a
They contais no pepsin, or
Sf dJgeaUvo ferment* but strength
tho stomach and enable lt to p?r
irai its functions naturally. Obtain
. 1 ' " ' "?1
Frank Dixon, Noted Lecturer, to Speak on the
, Second Night of the Chautauqua Here
! 1 ? I
FRANK DIXON, one of (ho best known lecturers In America today on
tbe forthcoming ttcdpntb Chautauqua program, ls to take for hui sub
ject "Tbe Social Survey," or "Taking Stock of a Town." This ls IQ
keeping wltb thc geuerul idea that ls now prevailing in the-Chautauqua
world, that of community huildlug.
The American people are realizing that the creation of a town or city may
be tbe result of deliberate, intelligent, community action. The landscape archi
tect, the art commission, tbe sanitary engineer and the municipal expert are
destined to displace Ute "cow path," tho "spite house," the real estate specu
lator nnd the ward politician. Economy, beauty, health, efficiency-these are
the moot valuable nssets of any town or city, and their conservation ls the
supreme duty of enlightened citizenship.
Air Dixon gu vc this lecture last summer at a large number of Chautauquas
In tbe east, and immediate results along linea of community building were
chronicled from many places. In some towns and cities funds were estab
lished for maintaining the parks. In ono place the board ot health heard
this lecture in n b*. fy and reported that If there h?d been no other feature ?n
Ute Chautauqua program the Chautauqua was well worth while.
As Mr. Dixon describes instances of towns which have bonded themselves
to pave streets and then two or three years hiter bonded the city again to
build sewers which required the tearing up of the streets, he is usually
greeted with applause which indicates that the same thing has been done tn
the city In which.he ls delivering the lecture.
Mr. Dixon, lr'will be recalled, ls a brother of Thomas Dixon, who wrote
"The Leopard's Spots," and ot Dr. A. C Dixon, pastor ot the Spurgeon church
He wis born In North Carolina after the civil war of Scotch-Irish parents
and graduated from the university of bis native state? He taught school a
year, entered the ministry, held pastorates In West Vlrgium, California and
Connecticut and about twelve years ago passed from tbs pulpit to the plat
form, where be at once achieved naUonal distinction. In fact, he is regarded
today as one of the most forceful and convincing lecturers on the American
For more than twelve years he has filled ah avevapo of 150 lecture engage
ments a year In every section of the United Staten,- returning to many towns
and cities again and again.
Chautauqua Week Here May 10th. to 17th.
Transplanting Tenets To
Produce Good Plants
Office of Information, U. S. When the soil is very dry it is advis
_ . . , ,. able to use.a little water in the hole.
Dept of Agriculture, The water should be applied when
WASHINGTON April 7-Trans- t?e bole 19 Partially, tiled with soil,
planting tends to produce 'uuiform. and tn? oarth, 8hould th"? ?e
stocky plants with a well-developed covered with dry s^l lo prevent bak
root system. The United States De- . p.IaiU" Bho"ld st* B trlf,e
jartmeht of Agriculture* specialist decfter *? theK *ard?n ,than tbe,y Z*T*
jives details regarding transplanting ,n ?. Plant bed. the soil thor
in a new Farmers' Bulletin tNo. C47) ouS|b,ly ?round the plants, so as to
entitled "The Home Garden tn tue *Xe CulUratlon of Garden.Crepe.
. For" the best results, plants started . Frequent shallow cultivation should
In boxes, hotbeds, or - cold frames *8rde" ??>*?. tlByJ"eSln?
ihould ba transplanted when they the surrace of the soil stirred a dust
reach a height of-one to two inches, ?ndlcta Is formed, which prevents the
The seedlings may bo transplanted to 038 of moisture through the pores of
boxes or to thc hotbeds or cold rrame. the,fioil keeps..d0W11 we,??S'.^
lo stand about two inches apart each T?? ?oil should be cultivated as
way. Some grower* transplant twice *o?a *8 possible after a ra n. to break
jefore setUng in tho open ground. thf, cru8t and pre,T?nt,!!?k,nif- 8andy
Hardening Off aol,a may bs cultivated when quite
Plants grown In a house, hotbed or but clay soils should not be stir
Mid frame should be hardened -it be- red "ben sticky. Too much empha
ore they are transplanted to the gar- Bl?_W? ?ot be placed on the matter
len. This can be accomplished by of thorough cultivation. If the work
rentllatlcn and ?xposure to outdoor \* PWiWlf done at the rIght time
?Editions during the dar! tb good th*re will be little difficulty (a con
iveather. If the plante are in a hot- trolling weeds. *
Kd or cold frame the covers may be - Ix\ calUvatlng the garden, small
.emoved during the day when the tooth cult vators should be used to
veaiher Ja (Jnod and replaced toward prevent ridging or furrowing. A turn
tabtfaH. After danger o* frosts is P??w QT sweep should not be used
mst the covers may be left o* at f?r cultivation, unless the land be
ilhgt. Bv the time "the plants are ?mes so weedy that culUvateis wlU
arge enough to be transplanted to ?ot ^0"tbe work. Frequent^cultiva
te garden they ehould be thoroughly kills the weeds between the rows
tccustomed to outdoor condlUons. beforo - they become large, but hand
3uch plants usually withstand the work will be. necessary to keep the
raas?er to the garden with little ?oil nttrrod gelween ther plants and
heck and fpw losses. to ^ppP down weeds In the row.
k4tlag Pleats ia tko Opes Ground. -
Before taking the plants from the rurenf iv
>ed if should be thoroughly watered LH**T*A?.
ind Ute water allowed to soak Into rFTPOlAYI
he ground. Thia w?U insure a por- umuuwi
lon of tho soil adhering to the roots , PITRAI AV!
ind will prevent serious wilting or viinvun^i
he checking of growth. Take op the Best .thing fot constipation, sour
liants with a trowel or spade and stomach, laxy liver and sluggish
tack them in boxes, or baskets in bowels. Stops a Bick headacho almost
rhlch to carry them to the field. lat once. Gives a moat thorough and
The lahd should be in good conni- satisfactory ?lushing-np pain, no
lon and everything should be ready nausea. Ke*ps your system cleansed, j
ar quick operation ,; when planting sweet and wholesome. R. B. Ras
tatt? arrives. Mark off the-rows or musson, Escanaba, Mick., . willes:
ia the holes for Un t itrolax i? a Ono laxative, pleasant
ord r ? 1 "does the' work In
he soil. If possible, set the plants on thorough manner." Children love lt.,
cloudy day or J^st before night fall. Evans Pharmacy.
We place on sale our entire stock ot'
All $5.00 Redfern*s now.$4.00
All $4.00 Redfern's now.3.00
All $3.50 Redfern's now.2.50
Come quick while your size is here.
We will discontinue this line.
b arm Loans
We arc in position to place loans on farms
in Anderson county, where the security is
good, and the debt paying disposition of the
borrower is satisfactory.
J. I. Brownlee. Cashier
Farmers & Merchants Bank.
Chisholm, Trowbridge & Suggs
New Theatre Building. W. Whittier St.
125 Head of Pure Bred Registered
To be sold in
Aodersoa, SX., Saturday. April 10,1915
SALE BEGINS AT ll O'CLOCK
Sale to be held at Davit Bros. Stable
This load of hogs consists of registered and
pure bred Duroc Jerseys, Berkshire and Po
land China Sows, Boars, Gilts and Pigs, Sows
with Pigs by their side? piggy sows, bred gilts
ahdv registered boars.
These hogs conje from the very best stock
farms in Middle Tennessee. Such breeding
nurseries as Davis & Ellis Stock Farm, Bonnie
Meade, Cloverdale and Fairview'stock farms.
This is by far the best consignment we have
ever offered at public auction, and they will
be sold for the high dollar they bring.
? If you are in the market for a choice brood
sow this is your opportunity.