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Greatly Reduced Round
Trip Tickets
via
Southern Railway
Premier Carrier of Die South In ('mi
necUon With Iilue Ridge From
Anderdon, S. C.
$88.79.Houston, Tex.
and return account of Southern Bap
tist Convention. Tickets on sale May
6th to 11th, with return limit May
3lBt. 1916.
$22.50 ... Memphis Tenn.
and return account of Cotton Manu
facturera Association. Tickets on suie
April 10, ll and 12th with return
limit April 24th.
?16.2.?.Washington. D. C.
and return account of Daughters o?
tile American Revolution. Tickets on
sale April 10, Ki and 17th with return
limit May 8th, 1915.
IM.4?.Atlanta, On.
and return account of Atlautu Music
Festival, Tickets on sale April 25tli
to 80th, with return limit Moy 4th
1916.
$8.55.Chattanooga, Tenn.
and return account of Southern Con
ference. Tickets on sale April 25, 2ti
and 27'h with return limit May 8th,
1115.
For complete information, Pullman
reservation, aud tickets call on any
agent, or write to,
W. E. M'GEE, A. G. P. A.,
Columbia, S. C.
W. H. TABER. T. P. A.,
Greenville, 8. C.
Charleston & Western
Carolina Railway
To and From the
NORTH, SOUTH,
EAST, WEST
Leaves:
No. 22 . . .6:08 A. M.
No. 6 . . . .3:37 P. M.
Arrives:
No. 21 . . .11:15 A. M.
No. 5 ... . 3:07 P. JW.
Information, Schedules,
rates, etc., promptly
given.
E. WILLIAMS, G. P. A.,
Augusta, Ga.
rr. B. CURTIS, c. A.,
Anderson, S. C.
Condensed Passenger Scneduie
PIEDMONT A NORTHERN DAILWA?
COMPANY.
Effective January ;7tu, 1915.
ANDERSON
Arrivals.
Wo. 81.8:25 a. m.
No, 89. 10:00 a. m.
No. 88. . 11:40 a. ]
Ka? 87.Itl5 p. m.
No. 88.8:10 p. m.
No. 41.0.00 p. m.
No. 48. 9:20 p. m.
heparin ten.
Na? 80..7.15 a. m.
Na? 88..t.9:00 a. m.
No. 84.10:80 a. m.
Na? 88.12.0.*? p. m.
Na? 88 . 2:80 p. m.
Nc 40.. 4:45 p. m.
No. 48.8:10 p. EU
.C. S. ALLEN,
Trafile Manager.
CHARLESTON-CHICAGO SLEEPER
Tbjrnagb. Pullman Sleeping Car Service
_ via
SOUTHERN RAILWAY
Premier Carrier of the South
Effective 8unday, November 22nd,
1914. Sleeper bandied on
CAROLINA SPECIAL
Nos. 87 and 28.
Schedrie
8 a. m. Lv. Charleston Ar. 9:40 p. m.
18; 66 p. m. Lv Columbia Ar 4:45 p. r-.
4:80 p. m. Lv Spartanburg Ar 1:46 pm
7:80 p. m. Lv Asbeville Ar 9:20 a m.
18:05 a. m. Lv Knoxville Lv 6:10 a. m.
16:66 a. m. Ar Cincinnati Lv 6:35 a m.
0:00 p. m. Ar Chicago Lr 8:55 a. m.
Passengers from Anderson and
Greenville territory will make conner.
tiona by leaving on trains Nos. 16
to Greenville and 12 to Spartanburg
and connecting thore with tho Chica
go sleeker.
Ia addltl jn to the through sleeper to
Chicago. Drawing Room Sleeper,
Staadard Pullman Sleeper, Dining
car and through coach.
For full and complete Information,
tickets and pullman reservation call
on any ticket agent, or write
W. Ek Taber, T. P. A., Greenville, 8.
C.. or W. E. McGee, A. G. P. A.. Col
umbia, a a
PRESBYTERIAN CEMETERY.
The committee on ?be card of the
Presbyterian Cemetery wish to call
attention to the fact that the time
bas come for cleaning off the grounds,
preparatory to Uie exercises ot Me
morial day. AH parties interested are
requested to send .help on Thursday.
May 6th. or hand cash contributions
to either of the undersigned.
W. T. W. Harrison,
C. C. Langston,
C. SS. Tolly,
G. F. Earle.
Committee.
M SOC!
Mr;-. Henry Mosely of Lowndoa
vjllc has bceu visiting Mr?. It. A.
Moally.
Mrs. Lettie Hull leaves today for
Uralla tn ?iud Charlotte, X, C., tu visit
relatives.
Mrs ll. ll. (Jossctt waa expected
home last night from Annapolis. Md.,
where sin- han been visiting relative?
for tin- past month.
Mr and Mrs. Walter P. Burton of
Atlanta ar?' visiting .Mr. and M rut
J. K. Harton on Calhoun street. Mr.
Harton is Just out of the hospital in
Atlanta.
.Mrs. Ernest Dugan is visiting rel
atives in Charleston.
Mrs. George Lettner <'xpects to re
turn to her home lu Augusta today,
Mr. Incliner was expected up last
night and he and Mrs. Leltuer will
go hack in their touring ear today.
Sirs. W?hlte Out Again.
The many friends of Mrs. J. ().
With The Chi
l'hon
Senior I'hllatlicii Claas.
The Senior Phliathea class of the
First Baptist church will be enter
tained Wednenduy from G to 0 o'clock
hy Miss Cictlia von Hasseln, Mrs.
Frank Bolt, and Mrs. Tom Bolt at
the home o? Mrs. Tom Bolt, at 7:JS
West Market street. 'IiiIs ia the regu
lar monthly social und business meet
ing.
.Meeting Thursday.
The regular monthly meeting of
tln> Senior Phlluthea class of the
First Presbyterian church, will meet
on Thursday afternoon with Mrs.
Frank sloan and .Mrs. W. A. Speer,
at tho home of the former on North
Main street.
Junior Ph Ila I hen.
Tho regular monthly meet'Jlg of
the Junior Biiilathea class was held
on Monday afternoon with Miss
Eunice Cathcart. Thu reports from
each committee w? ? splendid and
tho meeting waa un unusually pleas
ant and prolltable one. A dainty
salud courae war, served during the
social hulf hour.
Flower Beda.
Several of the Sunday school class
es tho First Presbyterian church
have euch taken charge of a flower
bed in the yard of tho church und
the members of that class will have
the care and attention of their bed.
It promises to be a splendid plun
and will add so much to the beauty
and appearance of the lawn. This
large yard ls naturally very attrac
tive with Its lawn and beautiful oaks,
and the addition of bright Hower bed
will he a wonderful addition.
Primary Philuthen.
The Primary Phliathea class of
the First Presbyterian church will
meet on Friday afternoon with Miss
Catherine Ortman at 4 o'clock.
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I Personal I
I. itufc A ?!? A J. ii A A A A Jul A.? .it.^ 4- .1- I-1AJ Ji ,fc
Charlie Barton, who has been at
Young Harris at school during the
winter, is here with his motlier, Mrs.
Earle Barton.
Prof. and Mrs. Camack of Starr
spent yesterday in town. Prof. Ca
mack is principal of the Starr schools.
Mr. Ed Sadler of Storr spent yes
terday iri town.
Mrs. Will Cllnkscnles of Belton and
her guest. Miss Lydia Miller, of Mon
treat, N. C., spent yesterday In the
city.
Miss Dorcas Graham of Ware
Shoals was here shopping yester
day.
Mr. David Watson of Clemson Col
lege ts spending tho week-end at
home.
Miss Kate Rampey of Iva was here
with friends yesterday.
Mrs. W. A. Clement and Miss Mar
garet Clement of Belton were in town
yesterday.
Miss Gertrude Mahaffey of Pendle
ton spent yesterday in town.
MnV raymond Cochran has re
turned from a short visit to Green
ville.
Misses Nancy Pearson, Nelle Wyatt
and May Howell of the Iva school
spent yesterday in tho city.
Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Hate of Green
ville will spend today with Mr. and
Mra. Raymond Cochran.
Misa Belle Cooner of Townville waa
here yesterday.
Mr. Luther Marchant of Glenville
ls spending the week-end with Mrs.
Marchant, who ta the guc^t of ber
elater, Mrs. Calhoun Harris.
D. B. Moorehead of Amerlcue.. Ga.,
ia visiting J. B. Shankiln for a few,
daya.
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W?hlte ure delighted to see lie.- out
again after au Illness of two weeks.
ll<>\ rt K. Lee ( hunter.
The Itobert E, Lee chapter. C. i>
C., will meet on Friday afternoon at
I o'cclock with Mrs. I ?at Major ami
Mr. Frank Glillard at tho home of the
foi mer, four miles east of town.
'Ihis will lu* tiie annual election of
officers and all members are urged
to attend.
Mr. and Y.-s. Crawford.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Crawford have
arrived In the city and are with Mr.
Crawford's motlier on Maxwell ave
nue. Mr. Crawford ls paymaster at
the Brogon mill and wa ; married last
Wednesday lo Miss l <isu Cheek at
Cray Court.
Mr. Crawford's many friends will
give his bride a very cordial wel
come.
Mrs. George B. Prince returned
yesterday from an extended visit to
Greenwood, Wllllamston and Pelber.
Judge Prince vas expected home
last night from Conway where he
lias been holding court.
arch Women
B 37.
The Elementary i nion.
The Kiementary union will meet
on Tuesday afternoon at 1 o'clock ut
thu Central Presbyterian church.
The subject for the meeting ls
"Cradle Holl Work." and the follow
ing .program will be carried out:
Devotional conducted uv Miss Vira
Pruitt.
Talk, "And They Brought Voting
Children," hy Mrs. J. it. Vandlver.
Solo, "1 Thing Winn 1 Head That
Sweet Story of Old"-Miss Nell
Smith.
('radio roll conference presided over
by Mrs. Haymond Beatty.
Study class-Mrs. Smothers.
Lesson for the meeting ls (?th, 7th,
11th and 12th chapters in Ute honk.
"Practical Pedagogy in the Sunday
School."
Sewing Pnrty.
At the meeting last Sunday the V.
W. A. decided to send to the Baptist
hospkxl in Columbia a box of linen.
Friday afternoon a number of the
i;irls met at the church to sew on thc
articles und get them ready to send.
Quite a delightful time was spent in
an informal way and refreshments
were served.
Y. W. A.
The Y. W. A. of the First Baptist
church had a good meeting on inst
Sunday afternoon, the subject of study
being the "Indians." Miss Lura King
told something of tho history of the
Indians and their life In their reser
vations in the West. Miss Louise
Shearer gave a vivid description of
an Indian wedding. Miss Lou Latl
mer described the ghost dance and
gave some Incidents of the chants
christianity mado in an Indian
camp. Miss Llzzellc Elliot told what
what was being done for the Indians
Ly Southern Baptists. The treasurer
reported that the apportionment of
$110 for home missions had easily
been raised.
Mrs. John M. Geer of Greenville
and Mrs. H. M. Geer of Helton were
In the city yesterday for a short
while.
E. R. and Mrs. O'Kelly of Seneca
were visitors in the city yesterday.
Mr. Ray Phillips of the Seneca
Farm and Factory was a visitor in
tho city yesterday.
|DEATHS|
Death of .Miss Lewis.
Miss Dewey Lewis, aged 16 years,
died at the home of her father, E. J.
Lewis, In Warrenvllle. S. C.. Friday
night. Her body was brought to An
derson and taken to the home of Mr.
Earle Thomas, on West Market street.
The funeral will be held today at the
home of Mr. Thomas at 3 o'clock.
Mrs. Thompson Dead.
Mrs. Ellen Thompson diod in Polzer
on Wednesday night and was burled in
the Helter cemetory on Friday after
noon at 3 o'clock. Mrs. Thompson
for a long number of years had made
her home with her only daughter. Mrs.
John W. Smith, and until a few weeks
ago had resided In Belton for the past
twelve years. She was 79 years of
age and had been a widow for r.o
years, her husband having been killed
In the war.
Mrs. Elizabeth Gnl'.tard Dead.
Mrs. Elizabeth Gallliard died April
26 at the home of her daughter. Mrs.
J. C. Martin, near Portman Shoals,
after an illness of eight Weeks.
Mrs. Gallliard wits the last mem
ber of her father's* family. 8he was
tho daughters of Mr. and Mrs. James
Anderson Gason.
The remains were carried to Mt.
Pisgah church whero the funeral ser
vices were conducted by Fjav. D. I.
Spearman at 3 o'clock Tuesday after
noon.
She leaves one daughter and font
sons to mour her death. Her sons
are: Mrssrs. Walter J., Miller A.,
John F. and nammon H. Gallliard
all ot Piercetown section.
Mrs. GaiUiard's death waa doubly
sad on account of the serious illness
of her oldest son. Walter J. Gall
liard, who lives near Piercetown.
New Photograph of
This is the most recent photograph
of tiie new kh?dive of Egypt, just
peaced on the throne by the British
government. The failure of the
Turkish forces, which had threatened
to cross the lied >' Sea, leaves him
secure in his new place. The old
kh?dive lias Bided with Turkey in the
great war, and he has had to c|uit Iiis
* ELECTRIC CIT
* _
* Items off Interest and Person
* Wireless on the ?
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Redpath Men
Bedeck the City.
The advunce men for the Fodpath
Chautauqua are very busily engaged
in arraying the town in festive colors.
The banners, similar to those used
last year, are fastened to the court
house steeple and strung in all direc
tions. Tiley add a very distinctive
appearance to the plaza and loudly
proclaim that thero is to be something
doing in Anderson.
Kural Carrier?
Leave Earlier.
The time for the carriers to leave
the postofRce on the rural routes
changes with May 1st. The carriers
are now leaving the office at 0:30
o'clock. This is a good deal earlier
than the usual leaving time which was
sometimes us late as ;i o'clock. Most
of the carriers now make thor trips
and return to the postoft'ice about 1
o'clock in the day. This gives them
almost half of the day to themselves.
Bethel Revival
ls Postoned.
The revival of the Bethel Methodist
planned to be held the coming week
has been postponed on account of tho
illness of the evangelist. Mr. William
Yarborough. The pastor. Rey. J. If.
Danner, will preach at the usual hours
today.
Picnic ut Robbins
Bridge Saturday.
Roberts Oreen Pond, and Double
Springs schools will join together
next Saturday in a great old time at
Dobbins bridge, when they will meet
for the annual picnic, of the schools.
A baseball game between Roberts and
Oreen Pond schools has been arrang
ed and this will he an Interesting
feature to the day's enjoyment. Sev
eral prominent Andersonlana nave
been invited to make talks, among
thom being Gen. M. I.. Bonham. Sen
ator J. I?. Sherard and Sam'l ???
Prince.
Itt Pound Fish
Caught ?ar Here.
Mr. J. T. Uanna while seining in
Rocky River recently landed tho big
gest fla';i ever caught In this section
of the country. The fish was a carp
and weighed 25' 1-2 pounds. Many
years ago, several parties In this sec
tion of the country built fish ponds,
and stocked them with German carp.
Many of these ponds washed away
and lt is supposed that this was one
of the fish that wore then scattered.
-o
Trapshooting at
Rose Hill Club. '
The receipt of a largo supply of
alay pigeons at tho Rose Hill club
complotes alt arrangements tor the
trapshooting to be started. This Gae
sport ls something new to moat of U?e
club member* and they ara anxious
for the time to come when they can,
start to work at their new sporty The
committee In ehnrge of arran Rf mer ts
for trapshooting Ita* jd ?ired t?o>n?.?
ess?ry equipment, in the hollow^- Joy*
in front of th? club. ' ?
the Khedive of Egypt.
t
throne. For weeks the Turks threat
ened to march on Egypt and unseat
th. new kh?dive. A few days ago
Hie delay was blamed on tho fact
that th?- ohl ruler found it necessary
to go to Herne. Switzerland, for
surgical operation. Now, however,
it has been admitted that tho ex
ped j ti<>n w m animan J?^.?J:"?2.g
?
Y SPARKLETS
tal Mention Caught Over the
?treeta of Anderson
Low Rates
To Kichmnnd.
On account of the Confederate
\\ tcran's r. union to be held ut 1 ''di
mond. Va., th? capitol of the Confed
eracy, on June 1st, the Southern Rali
way will run a special train from An
derson to that city. This train will
make-up in Anderson, and will he
composed of a Pullman, a day coach
and a combination car. At Greenville,
Spartanburg and other points thc
train will pick up additional cars.
A rate of 1 cent a mile, hus been fixed
making the round trip amount to $8.80.
This is an exceedingly law rate for
such a trip.
Miss Axman Wins
Pretty Gold .Medal.
At the oratorical contist at McLcea
school several miles west ot the city.
Miss Caro Axman was awarded the
prize c,iwu by Mr. William Lyon of
this city. The judges w?re Rev. W.
tl. Frazer, Miss .lean Harris and Miss
Maggie Carlington. Mr. Pringle
Clinkacales acted as master of cere
monies, und made an excellent intro
?luctory talk. Thia school closed on
Saturday with a big basket picnic
which all patrons and scholars enjoy
ed.
Bankers Meet Here
Some Time in May.
Group No. 1. of the South Carolina
Bankers Association, will meet in An
derson at an early date. The meet
ing of the hankers has not yet been
called nv the chairman. Mi-. Arthur
Mills, of Greenville, but according to
the secretary of the group. Mr. Ern
est Wakefield, of Piedmont, the meet
ing will be held during the month of
May. lt was dcided at the last meet
ing that the 1916 annual gathering
would be held in Anderson. This
group embracos the hankers of Green
ville. Anderson. Pickens and Oconee
counties.
I
Legal Notices
NOTICE-AS TO COMMUTATION
ROAD TAX
All persons Habl? to road tax for
1915 are hereby notified that the time
for payment ?lo the county treasurer of
?laid tax?e will expire on the lat doy
of Moy, 7015. After that date a penal
ty will bo attached.
J. MACK KING.
Supervisor.
For Coughs that "Haag On."
Lingering cobla, bronchial coughs,
la grippe colds and similar alimenta
that "hong on" until May are likely to
last aR summer if not cured. Foley's
Honey and Tar Compound will allay
Inflammation, clear stopped passages,
relieve distressing discharges at the
source, beniah stuffy, whees y breath
ing *nd heal and-soothc raw nasal and
broachlal passages. I?' la prompt tn
acUpn; safe and sure; Con taina, no
oplgW. Evans Pharmacy
Styles
Fot Have
Summer Chan^ed
NEW SHIRT WAISTS
A shipment of the very latest things in pretty shirt waists
has just arrived; be sure to see these.
PALM BEACH SUITS
Palm Beach Suits and Separate Skirts have just come in.
These arc "nifty" and cool.
MID-SUMMER MILLINERY
If you bought your summer hat early, you nc have the
opportunity of buying a Milan Hemp, Panama or some of
the later mid-summer hats which are arriving now. We
also have the new wini's and pom-poms, etc., for trimming
the new smart, white hats for mid-summer.
DRESS GOODS
Dimities, Piques, Kmroidered Organdies, etc., are in now,
in all their beauty and daintiness. We will be pleased to
show them to von.
AT 1-3 OFF
Haily Season Coat Suits and Tailored Hats at one third
off.
Mrs. B. Graves Boyd
McCall Patterns.
Especially resistant to shock, strain and vibration,
the Ford is the sturdiest, most durable car in the
world. Vanadium steel, heat-treated by the Ford
process, accounts for the strength and light
weight of the Ford car. Strong, light, simple and
efficient, the Ford gives service and satisfaction
to more than 700,000 owners every day, at an
average cost of two cents a mile for operation
and maintenance.
Buyers will share in profits if we sell at ' retail
30o,ooo new Ford cars between August 1914
apd August 1915.
Touring Car $490; Runabout $440; Town Car $690;
Coupclet $750; Sedan $975, f. o. b. Detroit with all
equipment.
On display and sale at .?'.%\
TODD AUTO SHOP
Blue Ridge Railway Co., Announces Very Low Rates for the Follow
ing Occasion, From Anderson, S. C.
Birmingham, Ala. and Return
Account Sunday School Congress (Colored) June 9-14th $12.45
Tickets on sale June 7, 8 and 9, limited to return June 17,
1915.
Houston Texas and Return
Account Southern Baptist Convention May 12th-19th, 1915 $33.70
Tickets on sale May 6th to 11th, limited to return May
31st 1915. '(Special Pullman Car from Anderson.)
Nashville, Tenn, an-1 Return
Account Peabody College Summer School June 17th
August 28th, 1915
Tickets on sale June 15, 16, 17, 18, 21, 26, July 22nd,
23rd, and 26th 1915, limited to return 15 days from date
of sale.
Norfolk, Va., Portsmouth, Va., Newr?ort News, Va., and Return
Account General Assembly Presbyterian Church (Southern)
Newport News, Va., May 20th-28th, 1*915 $18.45
Tickets on sale May 17th, 18th, 19th, limited to return
June 2nd, 1915.
Birmingham, Ala., and Return
Account Interstate Cotton Seed Crushers Association, May
17th, 19th, 1915 $12.45
Tickets on sale May 13th, 15th, 16th, limited to return
May 23rd, 1915.
Knoville, Temv, and Return
Account Summer School of the South, University of Ten
nessee, June 22nd; July 30th, 1915 $8.2$
Tickets on sale June 20, 21, 22, 26, 27, July 2, 3. 10, and
17th, 1915. Tickets limited fitteen days from date of
sale for returning..
$12.70

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