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Greatly Reduced Round
Premier Carrier of thc South In Con
nection With lillie Killie From
Anderson, 8. C.
.nd return account of Southern Hap
tlat Convention. Tickets on Bale May
etli to 11th, with return limit .May
$82.50 .. ...McmplilM Tenn.
.nd return account of Cotton Manu
facturera Association. Tickets on sale
April 10, ll and 12th with return
limit April 24th.
.1&25.Wu sui net mi. D. C.
.nd return account of DniiKhtcrs ot
the American Revolution. Tickets on
Mle April 15, 16 and 17th with return
limit May 8th, 1915.
.nd return account of Atlanta Music
Festival. Tickets on sale April 25tli
to 30th, with return limit May 4th
and return account of Southern Con
ference. Ticketa o'? sale /.;iril 25, 21!
and 27th with return ilma May 8th,
For complete information, Pullman
reservation, and tickets call on any
.gent, or write to,
W. E. M'GEE, A. O. P. A.,
Columbia, 8. C.
W. R. TABER. T. P. A.,
Greenville, S. C.
Charleston & Western I
To and From the
No. 22 . .j ., .6:08 A. M.
No. 6 . . . .3:37 P. M.
No. 21 . . . 11:15 A. M.
No. 5 .... 3:07 P. M.
rates, etc,, promptly
E. WILLIAMS, G. P. A.,
T. B. CURTIS, C. A.,
Anderson, S. C.
Condensed Passenger Schedule
PIEDMONT 4k NORTHERN BAIL WAT
Bffeetlve January 17th, 1915.
i/o. tl.8:25 a. m.
Ko. ft. .. 10:00 a. m.
Koo t&...11:40 a. m.
He* 17.1:15 p. BI.
No. St. .. t:40 p. m.
Nc. 41.COO p. m.
He, it.9:80 p. m.
He* St..7.15 a. m.
Ha* St..9:00 a. m.
Ho. ti.10:80 a. m.
No. St..12.0.", p. m.
Ha, 88 . 2:80 p. m.
He* 40.4:45 p. m.
He, it..8:10 p. t~
...... .CS. ALLEN,
Streut h Pullman Sleeping Car Service
Premier Carrier of the South
RJTectlve Sunday, November 22nd,
1914. Sleetier handled on
Hes. 27 and 28.
8 a. as. Lr. Charleston Ar. 9:40 p. m.
St tat p. m. LT Columbia Ar 4:45 p. rv
4:80 p. m. Lv Spartanburg Ar 1:45 pm
7:80 p. m. Lv Asheville Ar 9:20 a m.
12:0$ a. m. Lv Knoxville Lv 6:10 a. m.
10:55 a. m. Ar Cincinnati Lv 6:36 a m.
9:00 p. m. Ar Chicago Lv 8:56 a m.
Passengers from Anderson and
Greenville territory will make connec
tions by leaving on trains Noa 15
to Greenville and 12 to Spartanburg
end connecting there with the Chica
In addition to the through Bleeper to
Chicago, Drawing Room Sleeper,
: Standard Pullman Sleeper, Dining
oar and through coach.
For full and complete information,
tickets and pullman reservation call
on any ticket agent, or write
W\ B. Taber, T. P. A., Greenville. 8.
C.. or W. E. McGee. A. O. P. A, Col
. *' G
They Are 79 Tears Old.
" "For some Utah .nt.ni my wife aud
,elf were ..troubled with kidney
trouble," writes T. B. Carpenter. Har
risburg, Pa. "Wo suffered rheumatic
. pains all Gmrogh the body. The first
: few doseai of Foley Kidney Pills ro
ved ns. Aftor taking Ava bottles
'.ween us r e are entirely, cured Al
though, we are both in the seventies
are as Vigorous we were' 30
?'tyaere ago." Poley Kidney Pills stop
'. ??P ?ieturblng bladder weakness,
i?keebe, rheiitnatlsni, dlr<-.>*.e*s.
.ind sore muscles.
Anti, Vt. A. III IMJh.NM, ?Uiur
Mr.'i. W. p. Cox is at home alter a
visit to Greenville.
Airs. W. G. Smith went lo Atlanta
yesterday tu visit her daughter, Mrs,
T. A. Ratcliffe.
Mrs. w. ll. Glenn has returned
from a visit to h?T daughter, Mrs.
ll. E. McDonald ?it lluiitcrsvillc, N.
Mr. and Mrs. \V. W. Sullivan have
returned from a week's visit to Now
Miss .lessie Kennedy lias returned
to her home in Anderson after a short
visit to friends in mis city and Green
wood.- Spartanburg Ht raid.
Mrs. Coleman M. Waller is upending
this week in Atlanta with friends
du rim' KI and opara.- Spartanburg
Mrs. Margaret Van Wyck and Miss
Zoe U roy i es have returned from a vis
it to relatives In Melton.
.Mrs. J. II. .Maxwell has gone to
Clemson to spend several days with
Mrs. Julia Drewer of Elberton, On.,
and Mrs. G. Y. .Moore of Cuthbert.
Ga., are spending a few days In thc
city with their sister. Mrs. 1!. A.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Walter Jones ol
Greenwood are with Mrs. Jone?' sis
ter. Mrs. II. C. Webb.
Tea Party Girls,
The Tea I'arty Girls were entertain
ed nt a picture show partv yesterday
afternoon hy little Miss Wilma Hud
gens, at the Anderson Theatre. Those
present were little Miases Mary Sad
ler, Duh Keese. Sara Cray ton, Alice
Allen, Emily Fraser, Georgia Lee Mid?
drow, Mnry sue Speer, Frances I.lgon,
and Martha Lumpkln.
Mr. J. A. Hoyt, Mrs. R. C. Hoyt
anil Mrs. Tolley Tripp of Columbia,
came up for the funeral of Mr. it. C.
Webi yesterday. Mr. Hoyt returned
to Columbia last night.
A party of young people had n de
lightful moonlight p?enle on Wednes
day evening at High Shoals. They
left thc city about G o'cloek, return
ing about nine-thirty. A splendid
lunch was serged on the rocks and it
was a very pleasant evening for all.
The members of the party were
Misses Ruth Wells, Nolle Finley, Wil
lie Cann, Lois W?lls, Esther Lassiter;
Messrs. Sam Jones, Harvey Todd,
Jule Earle. Glenne Lassiter, Robbie
Findley, Joe Norris and Albert Kee
Mf>i. Alester Purinen of Greenville
and Miss Sara Furman of Clemson are
with friends here.
Card Afternoon Elks linnie.
Tho following ladle played ennis at
tho Elks Home yesterday af temoin:
Mesdames T. lt, Cely. W. D. Vol
tine, John Anderson, T. RS Hnwi>
C. P. Ross, PJ. J. Rainer. R. G. I?
Doaald, George Aide, of Italy. W. I>.
McLean, C, W. Cansey, M. L. Don
burn, Phelps Sasseen, A. S. Farmer,
S. R. Parker. C. A. Gambrlll, K. P.
Smith, H. A. Orr; Missus Louise
Gllmer, Jessie Browne, and Lucy
Cross of Henderson, Ky.
A Diamond in the Rough.
\ A diamond In thc rough
Ia a diamond suro enough
For before U over sparkles.
lt ls ot diamond stuff.
Of course some one must find lt
Or lt never will bo found
Apd then someone must grind lt
Or it novTr will be ground.
Rut when its found and when its
And when its burnished bright
That diamonds everlastingly
Just flashing out its light.
O! Teacher in the school
Don't think you've done enough
That worst child In your class may
A diamond tn the rough.
Perhaps you think he's grinding
And possibly you'ro right
For lt may be you need grinding
To burnish you up bright.
Tell the paper
you pay him will provide
more money for him te pay to the
manufacturer who will use lt ta
hire more people, who ran then
have wages to spend for what you
hare tr r.^X
This ls the time, of .all
make vast strides.
Let's all get gus/.
FELTON RACK FROM
For Education and Industry
Three Representatives From
County Si upcrn tendent <>r Education
J. !'. Kelton returned last from Chat
tanooga, Tenn., where he went thc
early part of the week to attend thc
Southern Conference for (education
and Industry. President Jas. P.
Kinari! of Anderson College also at
tended thc conference, as ?lld another
Atidcrsonlan, .Miss Leila Russell.
The Southern Conference for Edu
catloi and Industry was in session
for the greater part of the week.
Numerous speakers of prominence
from all over the I'nited States were
there and various matters pertaining
to education and Industry were dis
cussed in an interesting and helpful
Crain and Seeds.
Ear corn, per bushel_?Oe to $1.00
Mixed peas.$1.50 to $1.60
Cane aced, per bushel.tl.25
Soy heans, per bushel.$2.GO
California black eye peas, per
bushel.$2.75 to $3.00
Dwarf Essex Rape, per pound. ..l?e
('levelnnd, per bushel.. ..75c to $1.0i
Cook**per bushel .. ..$1.00 to $1.25
Toole, lier bushel.75c to $1.00
Mitchells Proline, per bushel.. $1.50
Texas Kiordnn. per bu. $1.00 to $1.25
Culpupper, per bushel.$1.00
Hens, each.35c to F>0c
Priers, each.30c to 45c
Porkers dressed, per lb. 12c to 12 l-2c
HORS dressed, per lb.Ile
Mutton dressed, Der lb. loo to ll l-2c
licet cattle, per lb.4 to 4 l-2c
Veal calf, per lb.4 to f. 1-2.?
Hogs, per lb.8 to 9c
Sheep, por lb.4 1-2 to 5 l-2c
Country hams, per lb. 15c to 17 l-2c
Eggs, per doz.17 l-2c
Butter, per lb../.20 to 25c
Sweet potatoes, per bu. ..$1.00 to $1.10
Turnips, pur bu.60c to 85c
Turnip Groens, per bu... 60c to 75c
Spring onions, per bunch 3c to 3 l-2c
Ixicnl Colton.9 3-ic
New York .Harket.
Open high low close
May.10.02 10.12 10.02 10.08
July.io.:u 10.36 io.:;i io.:n
Oct.10.62 10.67 10.62 10.63
Doc.10.79 10.85 10.79 10.80
H pots 10.50.
Firmer Tone In Codon.
NEW YOttK, April 30.-P.'jports of
renewed rain In tho southwest. Im
parted a firmer tone to the cotton
market here during carly trading to
day, activo months selling about 7
to 10 poluta net higher. Market was
? linet during the middle of the day
with prices ruling 5 to 7 points net
Ahboob BU Bryan.
Ahboob BU Bryan (may his jaw have
Awoke one midnight from a dream
And in the alcove where he kept his
Likewise his grape-juice and some
He saw an angel in a nighty clad.
Who banged a battered Remington
Excessive speech had made BU Bryan
So in his deep chautauqua volco he
"What typest thou?" The vision
snarled, "Go hence!
I write the names ot futuro presi
"And Is mine one?" asked Ahboob,
"Nope, not yet"
Replied the writing angel. "You
And Ahboob, though hts Inmost ao?t
Just swallowed hard and muttered,
"Put me next."
The angel wrote and beat lt Tho
He esme illmutned by a tungsten
And gave to Ahboob, with a loud tee
A carbon copy of his screed, and
Bil Byran's name stood first of any
Among tbs list of famous Also-rans,
T. R. ni The Coming Tower,
CARD OP THANKS
*We wish to thank our friends and
neighbors for Ute many kindnesses
shown us and our mother during hst
illness and death. Their attentions
and words of sympathy are appreciat
ed more than is in our power to ex
press, and our. prayer ia that an all
wise God. will Mee* them ror theft
goodness of heart.
?3*Vlt Hutchinson and Children.
Il V u o U ll U (I (I U tl U I) O U V (I O O ll
u BASEBALL RESULTS. u
At N?'w York-Boston; pout poned,
At Philadelphia l; Brooklyn 2.
At st. i .'im ?; Cincinnati 2.
At Pittsburg 1; Chicago 4.
At Clevcland-St. Louis; postponed,
At Boston-New York; postponed,
At Chicago I ; Detroit I .
At Washington ?'.; I'hilad-lphla 1.
At Buffalo-Chicago; postponed, rain.
At ilaltlmore 0; Kansas city 'J.
At Newark-St. Louis; postponed,
Soul lu-rn Leugne.
AfNew Orleans G; Atlanta .*..
At .Memphis 1; Nashville G.
At Chattanooga 6; Little F?>ck 1.
.At Mobile I; Birmingham :!.
Smith Atlantic Leugne.
At Augusta .">; Columbia ? leven
innings, called on account ol darkness.
At Charleston 0; Savafinah .
At Columbus I; Macon ll.
At Jacksonville 4; Albany lt).
Al. Atlanta. Mercer 3; Georgia Tech
At (Minnel Hill, North Carolina
At Clemson, Georgia 6; Clemson ?..
At Providence, Virginia ,".; Brown
At Hanover, Cornell 4; Dartmouth
At Richmond, V. M. I. 2; Richmond
Clemson Lost to Georgia.
CLEMSON COLLEGE, April SO.-In
a loosely and listlessly played game,
Georgia defeated Clemson here today
G to ;5. The Georgia boys knocked
Thornton out of tho bo xln the third
frame when r> runs were netted.
Richards replaced Thornton and
pitched fine ball. GlleS for Georgia
made two pectacular catches In right
The score follows:
Georgia.Ol.-. OOO OOO-G
Clemson.loo ooo 020-".
Batteries-Hitchcock and Torhott;
Thortnn. Richards and Harris. Um
Wheat Not Traded.
PHILADELPHIA, April ::o.-Man
ager Robinson of the 'Brooklyn Na
tionals yesterday denied that he had
traded Zach Wheat to the New York
Giants. ?* "
Wofford Defeated Furman 4 to 3.
Rock Hill. Apr. 30.-Wofford College
defeated tho Furman university team
of this city, -t to :< in an exciting, close
Kaine of baseball at Rock Hill this
morning. Furman was ahead until
in tho ninth errors on tho art of the
local team allowed thc Spartanburg
team to win.
Lawton for Wofford and Wharton
for Forman struck out f> men each and
allowed 5 hits apiece/ Both teams
made 5 errors apiece. The Informa
tion was receclved from Rock Hill by
Benny Kan ii Ont nf Game.
NEW YORK, April .'50.-President
Tener of the National Baseball
league, today ofTlcHally notified Presi
dent Ward of the Brooklyn Federals <
that Benny Kau IT. outfielder of Brook
lyn who Jumped to the New York
Nationals yesterday would not be per
mitted "to play in the National League
at this time."
Best thing for constipation, sour
stomach, lazy liver and sluggish bow
els. Stops a sick headache almost at
once. Gives a most thorough and
satisfactory flushing-no pain, no
nausea. Keeps your system cleansed,
sweet and wholesome.-R. H. Weih
echt. Salt Lake City, Ptah, writes: "i
lind Cltrolax the best layatIve I ever
used. Does not gripe-no unpleasant
after-effects." Evans Pharmacy.
By Being Constantly Supplied With
McDuff, Va.-"l suffered for several
years," says Mrs. J. B. Whittaker, ot
this place, "with sick headache, and
Ten yesrw ago a friend told me to try
Tite/'iJrd's Black-Draught, which I did,
a'.d 1 found it to be Ute best family medi
cine for young and old.
I keep Black-Draught on hand all thi
lime now, and when my children feel s
little bad, they ask me for a dose, and i!
does them more good than any medicine
they ever tried.
We never have a long spell of sick
ness in our family, since we commenced
Thedford's Black-Draught ia purely
vegetable, and has been found to regu
late weak stomachs, aid digestion, re
lieve indigestion, colic, wind, nausea,
headache, akk stomach, and similar
lt has been In constant use for morel
than 70 years, and has benefited more |
than a million people.
Your druggist sells and recommends]
Black-Draught. Price only ?*. Cet a
nackge^io-oay. nc ra
Our faith in the quality and in the blend o? choice
Turkish and choice Domestic tobaccos in Camel
Cigarettes is so firm we invite thc severest comparison
with any cigarette in the world ! Camels are cleverer
to the taste and more delightfu* than either kind of
tobaccos smoked straight.
Turkish and Domestic Blend
We ask every cigarette user to smoke a package of
Camels and compare them, puff by puff, with thc
brand he thinks he likes best I Smoke Camels liberally
without tongue-bite or throat-parch, and they leave no
, unpleasant cigaretty after-taste.
You test your tas;:e on Camels.
Buy some today and pro?c io
yourself what we say about
them is absolutely true. They
meet the fondest fancy of most
exacting cigarette smokers !
Neither coupons nor premiums
are packed with Camels. Cost
of the choice tobaccos prohibits
Camel Cigarettes sell 20 for
10c. If your dealer can't
supply you, send 10c for ona
package or $1.00 for a car ten
of ten packages (200 cigC'
reties), sent postage prepaid.
If, after smoking one pack'
age, you are not delighted
with Camels, return the other
.nine packages and we will re
fund your dollar and postage.
R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO.
Winston-Salem, N. C.
I THE MORNING HOUR LECTURES
I ChcLtitatiCftic teJeeK
Don't make the mistake because these lectures are in the
3 morning that theu are dru or unimportant. Hie men selected
S for this work bu the Redpath Educational Department are ex
? perts and authorities on their respective subjects*
j| If uou miss the morning hour lectures uou will miss
1 one of the best features of the Chautauqua.
Chautauqua Week May 10th. to 17 th.
Typical Scenes at a Redpath Chautauqua