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ANNUAL CHEAP i
VERY LOW RATES
Thursday, August 14th, 1913.
Leave Schedule Round-Trip Rate
I Monroe .10:15 a. m.$3.00 jj
I Clinton . 1:35 p. m...... 2.75. j;
1 Mountville . 1:55 p. m. L 2.75 \
g Cross Hiil 2:05 p. m. 2.75 ?
I Lota 2:15 p. m. 2.75 jj
Greenwood 2:30 p. m. 2.50 2
ARRIVE ATLANTA 7:00 P. M.
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Returning tickets will be good on regular trains which ?
leave Atlanta as follows: 7:00 a. in., and 8:55 p. in., (At- !'
lanta-Cential time) up to and including train No. 12 leav- i;
iiig Atlanta 8:55 p. m. Monday, August 18th, 1913. ;<
Tickets will not be good on train No. 6, leaving Atlanta jj
|j at 12:50 p. in, Tickets will be sold by Conductor from )i
f'j Non-Agency Stations ?
CilAS. B. RYAN,g.i\a, FRED GEISSLKR, a o.p.a., jj
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POSITIVELY I IN RACE
Reassures Gretnwod Taper thai He
to out for the Governorship und In
(ends to Stick.
Although the friends of Hon. H. A.
'Cooper here have heard no Intimation I
to the contrary, they will bo Interest
ed to read of iris definite announce*
meat In Greenwood several days ago
that he would be In the gubernatorial
race next summer until the last cur
tain goes down. Mr. Cooper was in
terviewed by a representative of Tho|
Greenwood Index while he was in
Greenwood, last week and he reiterat
ed his statement made some tinu ago
that he would be In the race for gov- j
or nor. The story in The Index was as
"Hon. it. a. Cooper of Lauren?, Soll-:
cltor H?h Cooper as most of his
friends know him. was In Greenwood
yesterday afternoon for a few hours I
and while here stated to an Index rep-1
I rcsentativc in answer to a question
that he positively would be In the race
for Governor next year.
"He was on his way from Oeot.ee
county, where he made a speech at a
l>iu picnic at Kichlnnd In that county,
to Wllkesburg In ehester county'
where he will make a speech today, j
"Mr. CoOpor was elected Solicitor of.
this the eighth judicial circuit in 1905,
the llrsl solicitor the circuit ever had.
Before that lime Greenwood was in an
other circuit and Hon. Thos. S. Soaso,
now circuit .in.lue, was the solicitor.
Mr. Cooper has served almost nine
years as solicitor. He has been faith
ful, loyal, courageous and has made a
splendid record as a prosecuting oill
cor, Though hp has sometimes had to j
he severe, he has never faltered be
cause of the possible loss of friend
ship or any other consequences, lie
has always done bis full duty as a
"Mr. Cooper has a host of friends
III) Gl con Wood and Greenwood county.
They will stand by him through thick
: and thin in next summer's race.
TYLERSvTLLE DOTS. ?
Tylersville, Aug. II.?-The crops of
tills section are looking line but are
needing some rain.
Miss Mary Price Donuaii is visiting
relatives near LaiU'CUS.
Miss Grace Poole Is spending a while
with Miss Myrtle Workman at Wood
Mr. .lames Unmet! has returned
home after a visit to Mr. and Mrs.
!'. P. Poole and family.
Mr. Nilos Clark, of Clinton, spent
the week-end with relatives here.
Miss Fannie Poole and Mr. Martin
Poole, visited relatives mar Wood
ruff, last week.
Mrs. Mat tie Clark and son. Floyd,
spent last Week vv ith relatives at Cross
Mr. and Mr... F. W Little and chil
dren spent last Thursday with Mrs.
Lucy Glenn and fanillv
Miss Pannle Poole and Messrs.
.lames Burnett and losiiua Poole
spent last Thursday with Mr. and Mrs.
W. M. Meyers and family.
Mr. Will Clark, of Greenwood, vis
ited relatives here last week.
Mrs. Minnie Middleton and children,
of the Orphanage who are staying out
at Musgrove, spent last Wednesday ev
ening with Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Poole
Miss inex. Meyers and Mr. Hugh
Meyers spent h?st Tuesday night with
Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Poole and family.
The annual reunion of soldiers Will
he held at Latlgston church. August
19. Rvery one is cordially Invited to
Mr. Hobo Deshiclds and son. Hoy.
spent last Thursday with Mr. and Mrs.
T. P. Poole and family.
! Misses Grace and Fannie Poole de
1 lightfully entertained a number of
their friends at a party last Tuesday
night In honor of Miss Emma Blakeley
of Columbia, and Mr. .lames Burnett, of
spartinbiirg. On account of rain the
young people could not no out on the
lawn but enjoyed themselves in the
house. All report a fine time.
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solo bF?oists fverww re
(Fn>m Pun's Review I
Decnu.se of conflicting weather and
crop reports, the cotton market show
ed a good deal of irregularity this
week. The general trend of prices,
howevor, was downward, but rullies
occurred from time to time in re
sponse to rather active short coveting,
iti the early dealings quotations de
clined moderately on a fair volume
of trailing, disappointing Liverpool ad
vices being largely responsible lot
the recession. The cables from that
center were lower than due when
business there was resumed on Tues
day, and tlie spot sales amounted to
only S.?0O bales. These factors in
duced considerable selling in the local
market, and tiie pressure was accen
tuated by early reports of further
rains in Texas. There were private |
dispatches received to the effect that
the outlook for tht crop is dccldcdl>
better till i a year ago. the plant, with
few exceptions, showing improvement
over the conditions existing at the
date the last Government statement
was compiled, Optimistic accounts
were received front parts of Georgia,
the Carolinas, IjOtllslitnu ami mis-.is
sippi. while exceptionally satisfactory
reports were circulated regarding the
situation in Alabama. On the other
hand, dry. hot weather still preva.il
od over much of the Southwest; and
this fact caused enough buying to ral
ly prices after the early decline. Of
ficial returns showed that tempera-,
tures in Texas were above loo in sev
eral sections, while that much '..eat
was common in Oklahoma. Kxtons'vc
dam ige to the crop in those States Is
feared unless the drought is relieved
in tlie near future, although in some
quarters it Is the opinion thai Condi
I tions are being exaggerated for specu
lative effect. The bullish character
of the weather news around the mid
I die of the week was rcllcctcd by a
stronger tone at Liverpool, but the
spot sales there continued small.
Some buyers took pro Ills on the ad
vance in-prices, and many traders are
simply operating for quick turns in
either direction. General sentiment
is against any permanent rise in val
ues at this Juncture, but aggressive
short selling is discouraged by uncer
tainty regarding the new crop out
Fron: tht" opening of the crop year
to \ug< l. according to statistics coin
piled by the Financial Chronicle, i::.
!T:'..!'n7 bales of colon came into slghl
against 1 .">. I VJ.M17 hales last year ami
11,751,122 bales two years ago,
? I, IN FORD NEWS. ?
Lanford, Aug. II. The protracted
meeting started at the DuptiSt church
Sunday, conducted by the pa: tor. Dev.
\V, I'. Smith.
Mr. .loo Johnson left Monday morn
lug to visit his old home in North
Mrs. Lou Bryson, of Mountvllle, and
Mrs. Salmon, of Mississippi, visited
relatives here last week.
Miss Ruble Anderson and Miss Mar
sales Sanders visited Miss Ruth Pat
terson last week.
Several young men from here have
gone to the mountains cumpillg.
Among them are Mr. Charlie Thomas.
Loyd and Willie Codi rev. Walt ham
lletnbrec ami Laurens Holmes.
Miss Florrle Lanford Is visiting rel
atives at Greer and Wei ford this week.
Misses Florrle and Minnie Lanford.
Othello Johnson and Louie Lanford at
tended the Wofford reunion at Taber
nacle church last Friday.
Misses Hell and Gonelle Martin are
visiting Miss Robin Patterson.
Mrs. Astelle Martin and Mrs. W. F..
McClintOC and Mr. Cloud Martin spent
Sunday with Mrs. O. F. Fowler.
Mr. and Mrs. T. It. Wolff visited
at Cray Court last week.
.Miss Nora Cannon spent Monday in
Lanford with Mr. J. M. Cannon.
The picnic at Yarborough was late
ly attended and all enjoyed if Im*
Mr. Charles 'Camp has returned to
his home in Spartanburg.
The odor of stnlo perspiration about
the body con lie g?lten rid of by using
n little of DARBY'S PROPIIYLACTIC
Fid Ml) in tlie hath tub. It purifies the
skin thoroughly and lends a refresh
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s.no a m t'.OOp III I I L'ti ,t re L. Columbia Ar s.;',x p m I Y.VpVil II.! ? ? a ill
O.ftO ?;.*.".? 12.l!i p in Prosperity 7 0S '.?."0
'.?.17 17 00 Newberry I ! :. JO >:::'.
i".l I 7.12 ? Clinton :? ;. ? II
11.01 a m 8.0-i p 111 2.20 p tu Ar Lauren., Ly *>.'?'<% p III 2.00 ;> in s.Jo a in
Nos. 52 and daily solid through trains between Charleston and Or eon.
ville, Arrive and depart rrom Union Station, Columbia,
Nos :*>t and 56 solid through fains between Columbia and Oroonvllla.
Arrive and depart from Oervals street Station, Columbia. Dally except
Nos. . :.. ! .'.1 solid through trains between Columbia and Laurons, Ar
rlvb and ' rt from Oervals Streel Station, Col Opera I I 11 Sunday
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