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o LANDER COLLEGE. o
GREENWOOD, April 12.- All old
girl? will recall Baster at leander, and
will know what a beautiful duy thc
Students had lust Sunday. Instead of
the rising bell, the household was
waked by the singing of Easter
Carols- The breakfast table waa beau
tiful willi flower*, Easter cards, and
brightly colored eggs. On Monday af
terncon the V. M. C. A. had an
egg hunt on the front lawn.
A1 great many of the students went
on Monday lust to the hailey Mili
tary Institute to witness the baseball
game played between the Balley ca
dets and the nine from the Wofford
Fitting School. Col. Bailey and Prof.
Horton nf Wofford called nt the Cot- ,
lege on Monday.
Saturday morning the school was
invited to the millinery room to Bee
a unique exhibit. On the long work
table were arranged, only the hats
which had been re-trimmed or made
over this season, Thia was a revela
tion and a very real object lesson to
economy. As a socondory mutter
there were shown a number of very
pretty new hats made by the pupils
in millinery. This department ?ia?
proved itself to be of great practical
value. The domestic science rooms
were nl'o open for inspection and
were very inviting to housekeepers
to be. It wus evident that thal de
partment also, had worked well.
One day this week a dainty lunch
eon was cooked and served to some
friends hy Miss Harriet McLees, who
is working for a certificate in do
The alumnae association has just
bought two more college bondi. This
makes fourteen one hundred-dollfir
bonds now owned by the association.
The Interest is six per cent.
Perhaps the most exciting bit of
college news ls the fact that the
buildera are here getting the chapel
window of the cloak room hus been
filled In with brick. The organ will
be shipped about the twentieth of
this month s oas to be installed by
Mrs. Aun It. Clinkacales, "Aunt
Ann" to all the girls, gave the college
a vtislt of a fea* days this week. The
presence of this dainty little lady Is
always a great honor.
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? BISHOP'S BRANCH o
Quite a number of. our patrons and
pupils attended Field Day exercises
it Anderson last Friday. A number of
mir pupils took part In the parade,
but several came too' late to enter.
We' spent last Friday afternoon
'cleaning up" our school rooms. They
ire very much Improved j nappear
'Bishop's Branch had a game of ball
with tho Pendleton team last Satur
day. The ecore was 6 to 7 In our
A serious accident occured on our
school grounds last Mondey. Lee
Owen, a seventh grade pupil, in step
ping backward fell and broke h
irm. He is getting along nicely now.
md wo hope to have him in school
iga tn next week.
Mr. Clifton Owen spent Thursday
night and Friday in Anderson.
Our trustees have given us a new
stage curtain. We certainly do appre
ciate it for' it waa greatly needed.
As announced in our luat news we
are expecting to give' an entertain
ment Friday night, April 16. This
will be given by the school children.
The school improvement associa
tion ii planning to givo at the play
at the close of school. The name of
the play and exact date will be an
CITADEL BOY? ON ENCAMPMENT
Camp W. W. Lewis, Mt. Pleasant.
9. C.. April ll.-The first week of
'.he Citadel encampment now being
hold here hat proven qntte success
ful. The cadets arrived from Char
leston on the ferryboat Lawrence on
the afternoon of April lBt, and will
probably depart on Saturday next.
The camp is sltuutcd at the od Al
hambra Park, a very desirable loca
tion bordering on the harbor, thereby
affording boating and swimming for
recreation. With the exception of tho
flr3t two days, which were cold and
rainy, the weather has - been almost
ideal, especially for military purposes.
The morning hours are devoted to
?leaning around camp, guard mount
ing, summary court, etc., while the
afternoon ts spent in target practice,
which is the main object ot th? pre
sent encampment since a shooting re
cord is necessary In order to .main
tain the "A" grade rank which the
Citadel has hold for a number of
On Wednesday and Thursday Capt.
Schindel of the U. S. Army made his
third consecutive inspection of the
corps of cadete. Atter viewing the
work on the rango, a sham battle
and close order drill, he *?emod far-1
orably impressed wi*V the showing ?
made. His report -will be pu blahed
sometime during the.summer.
-In connection with the tedious mili
tary duties numerous social activi
ties have added a charm to the rou
tine of camp lite. Leave begins each
afternoon immediately after dress
parade and tn abort time the little
village is flooded with cadets. Last
Wednesday evening the K. ot P. Hall
was the scene ot a pleasant reception
and dance glysn hy tlv.. ladles In hon
or of the boys; while'there arc al
ways several pr?vate dances ia va
rious homes arr.nnd town every
evening. Mt. Pirfa^ant'e hospitality
will ever be recalled aa a pleasant
meniour of the encampment of
o ERSKINE COLLEGE o
Erskine maintained it? perfect rec
ord for the HeaHon hy winning both
games with Clemson during Hie past
week. This makes six games that Ers
kine lias won. On Friday Clemson
was defeated by a score of 2 to 1 and
on Saturday 8 to C. Clemson put up
a god fight in botii gumes und it was
only by susatlonal hitting in the
pinches that Erskine was able to de
teat the visitors.
.Mr. C. H. Nabers gave a very inter
esting lecture in the V. M. C. A.
hali on last Tuesday evening on "The
Trial of John Barleycorn." The lec
ture was given under the asplces of
the Krsklne prohibition association.
The Erskine minstrel is to be given
lu the college auditorium on Monday
. vening. Tin? proceeds will go to the
On last Saturday evening a recep
tion was tendered the student body
by the ladles of the Woman's College.
Erskine will play Citadel on the
home grounds next Thursday, April
15. Much interest is being manifest
ed in this game as lt boars on the
penant The chances for Erskine
winning thc pennant are very promis
ing and collego spirit has never been
Kev. A. S. Reeves of Monea Path ad
dressed Hie Y. M. C. A. on Sabbath
evening. Kew more interesting and
stimulating a?dresges have been heard
hy the students tills year.
o LEBANON HIGH SCHOOL o
The honor roll for March is as fol
Tenth (?rade-Max Welborn, Roy
Craig. Malcolm Ducworth, LOIB Rich
ardon, Mildred Smith, Pearl Webb,
Ninth (?-.-ade-B?sale Harris.
Only a few more weeks before
school close:!, so we ore going to
have tr. do some hard studying for
Well, Field Day has come and
gone, quite a crowd from hore went
Borne takbig part lu the different ex
ercises, several of our girls and boys
carrying away "blue ribbons" for
exhibits. Wo feel quite proud of
these. Among these were Miss Made
line Smith, carried off five blue rib
bons,; Mr. Max Welborn. two; and
.Mi.-- - e.; Ruth Owen, Zoa Oweus, Lucile
McAllster. Sarah Richardson, one.
Miss LouiBe Martin, one ot our
ninth grade pupils hos been very
Bick the pa.it week, but hope she will
soon be ablo to resume b'er studies.
Misa Mar> Eliza Broylcs spent the
week-end with friends in Pendleton.
The Golden F'~.d Literary Society
was called to order by the president
a few days ago, for the purpose of ?
electing oftlcera. The following were |
elected: Max Welborn, 'president;
Lois Richardson, vice president;
Nancy Breazeale. secretary; Madeline
Smith, senior censor; Clara Welborn,
junior censer; Carroll Funnicutt,
sergeant-at-arm* and Ernest Hicks,
NOTICE-AS TO COMMUTATION
All persons liable to road tax for
1915 aro hereby notified that the time
tor payment to the county treasurer bf
said taxes will expire on the 1st day
ot May, 1915. After that date a penal
ty will bc attached.
J. HACK KINO.
Wanted to buy a lol of baled pea
I vine hay. Will pay $20 per ton deliv
ered at county home for No. 1 hay.
J. MACK KINO.
NB TICK TO CRKD1TOB8.
All persons have claims against the
estate of W. A. Carteo deceased, arel
hereby notified to present them prop
erly proven ot the undersigned within
the time prescribed by law, and those
indebted to make settlement.
MRS SARAH A. CARTEE.
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Onr Mntnal Loan Plas.
Our "Indian" will call on slow pay.
lera and collect bad debts.
That ls bia business.
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Anderson. S. C.
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I Office in ?Lig?n ? Ledbetter Building
North Main Street.
Office Phone 110.
Residence Phone 916.
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o DOUBLE SPRINGS o
Tilt? new school building was erect
ed bore In the autum of 19i:>. It is
as modern as any rural school in thc
county, having three recitation rooms,
two of which cari be thrown together
for public gatherings; then there ls
a cloak room for each class room : a
library and a hallway. The class I
rooms are equipped with patent desks
so arranged that the light enters on
the left Hld, of tho pupils, also there
la a teachers desk for each room. We
have shades for all the windows, ad
justable from botii top and hottom us
the occasion permits.
Tlie house is painted throughout
outside willie and inside hartl.iled.
The light finish of the oil is ideal for
u class room.
Thp school lot contains three acres,
well drained. The grounds have been
largely transformed since the new
house was built. Trees have been
planted, flower lieds and a rose gar
den started. There is a splendid well
on the grounds which is covered and
latticed in and locked, hence it is kept
perfectly sanitary. There is yet one
unfinished feature that we hope to ac
complish this spring or summer name
ly, the sowing of tho grounds in grass.
We huve tried this school term to j
make "Cooperation" our motto. The !
result has been a minimum amount ol
friction in school affairs.
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o SMITH SCHOOL o|
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Our school ts still progressing. Mr.
Patrick Hobson as principal, Miss
Mamie Garrison us assistant.
We are preparing for an entertain
ment tlie last of sclioof. We had an
ogg hunt last Friday which was e??
joyed by all. We would of course had
more visitors if the weather had been
more favorale. We had recitations
from both rooms.
We are going to take part in field
day Friday and are expecting a fine
time as well as getting advantage of
The Sunday school class of which
Mr. George Smith is teacher at Wel
come church had the pleasure of go
ing to an egg hunt at lils home on
Saturday afternoon, which was great
ly enjoyed by all. There were 225
After the eggs were found all was
not over for his usteemablo little wife
had prepared a table luden with cake |
and lemonade. Of course when Mr.
Smith mentioned an egg hunt we knew
something to be enjoyed was in store
for us. How many believe that tak
ing a Sunday school class in charge
to give them a little pleasure will not |
draw a many one into the Sunday
school and muy be start them on thc
right road? Even lt it be only once u
year. I do for one.
After our enjoyable hour at Mr.
Smith'ssjve returned home by the]
church and heard an excellent ser- !
mon from Revi j H. C.' Martin.
We have some sickness in our com
munity, but trust the beautiful weath
er we are having will help all the
The Woman's. Improvement associa
tion meets Friday before 3rd Sun
We are sorry to know Denver is
not going to play ball with us again,
as that game they spoke of was an
unfinished game and we wanted to go
back over on their ground for we left
our ball over there some where any
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TOWNVUXE SCHOOL o
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The boya and girls of the Town?
viii school accompanied ?by tho?*
teachers. Prof. O, H. Fitt. and Misses
Nell Keilet, Fan?ieJBroyles and Car
rie Stewart, went to Anderson yes
terday for field day. All went for
a good time and not one was disap
In the various contests TownvHl
was frequently victorious. In the atho
letics Townvllle won t\v>> gold medals
and captured the banner for the mlle
relay race. Summing up Town v's'.le
feats in athletics, the following total
In the 100-yard dash Joseph Thrash
er and Otis Bolt won first and third
places; In the 220-tysrd dash Furman i
and Joseph Thrasher end Otis Bolt
won first second and third placea;
In the high jump Furman Thrasher
and Charles Snipes tied for. third
place wtth dye feet and ?Iv inches;
in the shot put Charlea'Snipes und
Furman Tb rasher won second and
third Places thirty seven '?et and two
inches; in the mlle relay Ithamer
Galloway. Paul Smith, Charle*. Snipes
and Furman Thrasher aesily von with
the time four minutes and seventeen
seconds In this last race Paul Smith
ran at 220-yard speed thus, giving
Townvllle a large lead which .Thrash
er easily held. '
In the general school exhibit Town
vllle was also fortunate. Work sub
mitted hy Misses Miine Ledbetter,
Macle Gaines. Annie May Ledbetter.
Katy Thrasher, Mae Shirley and Ines
King and Charles Snipes won blue
All the boys and girls are enthus
iastic about field day and are deter
mined that next year will seo Town
vllle victorious-in a lar^e number or
Mr. Witt hsa authorized this corres
ponden et to give ont a challenge to all
schools 1n the county to meet ten stu
dent of Townvllle la a spelling con
test in "Payne's Common Words Com
o CHEDDAR SCHOOL o
After a very pleasant day spell? at
Anderson* attending Kiold Day exer
cises, we are now ready for school
work. We enjoyed 'the holiday ever
so much and were proud lo know that
every exhibit carried from our achoo!
received a blue ribbon. This fact
alon? will help us to begin tho
month's work with renewed energy
Each school represented made a
1 splendid showing und Anderson conn
ty r ii reason to be proud cf the pro
gr?s ive spirit evinced by the num
erous exhibits, ninny of which show
ed careful thought and training.
Miss May Hugwell aiCd M:-. Joe
Hare spent Thursday night as the
guests of Miss Gertrude Clinkscales at
the home of Mr. W. T. Bruce.
Mr. and Mrs. Grover Thompson of
Wiiliamston were visitors to Cheddar
Th? mnny friends of little Miss
Decimao izarle will be sorry to know
that she is seriously ill witli pneu
monia at her home near Cheddar.'
Mr. and Mrs. Foster Kell yof Bei
zer .spent Sunday with Mrs! J. J.
Trying to Hold Italy
With Austria in War
Prince von Bue?ow.
One of the hadest tasks ever as
signed a diplomat in Europe has been
that given by the kaiser to Prince von
Buelow. His was the work of getting 1
Italy to keep the compact of the
Triple Alliance and Join Austria and
Germany in the war. Soon the de
mands of th? italian people for action
grew so great that hts task became
that ol kiping Italy from Joining
the allies. Aa the demands of Uie
people for the return of the lost
provinces, Trentino and Istria, have
grow i. he has had hard work td pre
vent Italy from declaring war against ]
Austria. While he has not tailed, de
spatches have it every day that Italy j
may enter the war any moment.
IYou can get the news while Ita new
lo The Morning Dally Intelligencer.
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is a einige blend of high grade teas from the best districts
India. Ceylon, and China. This blend is the result <?! Citase
Sanborn's fifty years experience as tea importers.
We commend this tea as a pure, rich and delicious led, po
scssinj an abundance of strength and flavor. When prppei
made, tiiere are 25o cups to the pounds, thus making jit thc
least expensive of all teas.
Anderson Cash Grocery Co.
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