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Chunges In Schedules
Of Local Trolley Cars Brogo? Mills, North Anderson and Greenville Street Cars Leave Square on Hours and Half-Hours-River Street and South Main Street Cars Leave Corner River Street and South Main Street on Quarters and Three-Quarters After Hour. . NEW SCHEDULE CARS Brogon .Mill, North Anderson and Greenville stpeot cars lenvc square on'.Hours und Half-Hours. River street aud South Main street cars'leave corner South Main and Uiver streets on.Quarters und Three-Quurtors After Hour. A now BChcdhlc of trolley car op erations in tho city during tin* time Hie trackts .ire being re-laid on ac count of tho street paving was an nounced yesterday by officials of the local traction lines. The Brogon Mill, North Anderson and Greenville -c.reet cars will leave tha square on tho hours and tho half-hours. Each of those cars will make a round trip in half nu hour. The River strut and South Main street eura will leave from tho corner of South Main and River streets /cry quarter and three quarters aft? the bou:. The difference in the departing time from the BO Unrip of the Brogon Mill. North Anderson and Greenville si reel cars and the departing time from South Main awl Uiver streets of thu Uiver street and South Main street ours ls 15 minutes. This is made necessary because the South .Main street track:; are torn up fi om Church to River Btreet.% and no cars are running over thnt section of the line. Passengers desiring to transfer irom the Brogon Mill. Greenville street and North Anderson cars to the River street and the South Main street ears and viee-versa will have 15 minutes in which ta walk the dis tance necessary to catch their oars. The management of the traction company begs the public to note tho changes in schedules and govern themselves accordingly, thereby sav ing themselves annoyance and incon venience. . 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For constipation, indigestion, headache, dizzi ness, malaria, chills and fever, biliousness, and all similar ailments, Thedford's Black-Draught has proved itself a safe, sgi reliable, gentle and valuable remedy.. 9 If you suffer from any of these complaints, try Black ?J Draught It is a medicine of known merit Seventy-five ? years of splendid success proves .its value. Good for ?gi young and old. For sale everywhere. Price 25 ce??s. , EXCURSION To JOHNSON CITY, TENN._ Tuesday, August 3rd., 1915. Via Piedmont & Northern Railway*and Clinchfield and Ohio Railway. S .Special TraliiB from Anderson and Greenwood, S. C., to connect with the "Cynehfleld," ut .Spartanburg, S. C. All tickets, sold, Tuesday 3rd. with limit for returning on all trains leaving JOHNSON CITY 1 l'oro NOON SATURDAY, August 7th, 1915. Clinchfield train? returning arrive Spartanburg ut 5:80 P. M. and make connection with Piedmont & Northern train leaving Spartanburg at 6:25 P. M. Tho following schedule and very low excursion fares will bc used: Leavo Greenwood, S. C.6-.00 A.? M.$3.50 Leave Hodge?, S. C.6:20 A. M. 3 i 50 Leavo Shoals Jct, S. C.6:30 A. M. 3.50 Lcnvo Heralds, 8. O....6:35 A. M.\.3.50 Leavo Ilonea Path, S. C.6:40 A. M... 3.60 Leave Anderson. 8. C.6:30 A. M.3.50 Leave Belton, 8. C...7:00 A. M. 3.00 l*avo Willlamaton. ,S. C...7:20 A. M.-8.00 Leavo Pclzer. 8. C.7:26 A. M.V.3.00 Leave Pidcraont. 8. C.........7:35 A. M.3.00 Leave Grocuvllle, 8. C.8:00 A. M. 3.00 Leave Taylor, S- C....8:30 A. M. 2.75 l^avo Chick Springs, 8. C.......8:85 A. M. 2.75 Leave Greer? ,S. C.8:15 A. M. 2.50 J.?avo-Duncan, S- ?.s-.8:55 A. M. .2.50 Leavo Tucapau; 8. C.9:00 A. M.2.50 I * av(. Spartanburg, S. C..8:30 AM. 2.50 Arrive Johnson City.......4:30 P.M. FARES FOR CHILDREN: The fares for chl!dren"flve years of age and un der twolvo will be one half the fares named Above. FARES FROM FLAG STATIONS: The fares from flag stations will be re duced In proportion to rares narced and conductors will sell tickets on tho train. .. A GRAND OPPORTUNITY to make a trip over thc most Wonderful plec*. of railroad construction In tho country and a chance to visit tho NATIONAL SOLDIERS HOME, a three million dollar institution maintained by the Na~ I ional1 Government Just one milo from Johnson City. BRISTOL. TENN-VA.,-ls only twenty miles North Ehst of Johnr-on City and with convenient Kchcduie Excursionist can make tho trip for only a small ad ditional obst GOOD HOTELS at Johnson City and arrangements have been made with one of Ute bert In tho city to tako cam ot those going on this ?excursion at special reduced prices tor both rooms and meals. Every thing has been done to add to tho comfort and pleasure of tho crowds- - so don't forget the date and make your arrangements now to go and carry the whole family. For further information apply to any Piedmont tc. and Northern Railway liri r- agent or write, THEO. DE HOM, C. S. ALLEN, Div., Pas?. Agent Trafile Manager, ^Spartanburg, 8. C Greenville, 8. C.. Governor Compliments Leading Young Farmer:?-Universal Corn Exposition Meets. Governor Manning lins appointed 140 champion corn growers from Sou Hi Carolina to attend the Culver-, sul Com exposition, to be held in San Francisco, August S and G. All of these young men ?von prizes In the various count y co rn clubs. For \ ty counties are represented lu tin. list. Those appointed for Anderson county are William L. Sexton and Frank Thompson. COLUMBUS WINS S. A. L. PENNANT Macon, July 28.-Columbus defeat ed Macon for the South Atlantic league championship by winning here today thirteen to four, after having previously won three Barnes in the post-season contest. Macon won ono cosiest. The two were tied. Macon led at the end of the first half of the season and Columbus at the end of the second half. ********************** * ? ? YESTERDAY'S RESULTS. * 4> * **++++*?++*++++++++? ? ? National League. At Cincinnati 1; Bi-ooklyu 3. At St. Louis 3; Philadelphia 1. At Pittsbuigh-Boston, rain. At Ohicago-New York, postponed. American League. At New York G; Detroit 4. At Philadelphia 6; St. LOU?B G. At Washington 1; Cleveland 10. j At Boston 0; Chicago 1. Federal League. At PittPburgh 4; Baltimore 3. . At Pittsburgh 2; brooklyn 15. At Kansas City 3; Brooklyn 4. At Kansas City 3; i'.rooklyn 2. At St. Louis t?; Newark 3. At Chicago-Buffalo, postponed. Southern League. At LittlL. ttuek 1: Atlanta 4. At Nashville 3; New Orleans 4. At Chattanooga 2; Birmingham 2; twelve innings, darkness. At Memphis-Mobile; not schedul ed. * STANDING OF THE CLUBS. ? ? ? ********************** * Southern Won. Lost. P. C. New Orleans. 58 40 593 Birmingham. 54 42 563 Memphis. 55 43 561 Nashville. 52 47 525 Atlanta. 48 48 500 Mobile. 46, 51 474 Chattanooga .... . 40 57 412 Little Kock. 3G 60 375 American. Won. Lost. P. C. Boston. 57 32 C40 Chicago ........ 57 34 -626 Detroit. 55 35 611 Washington. 45 45 500 New York. 43 45 489 St. Louis . . . 36 54 400 Cleveland. 35 55 389 Philadelphia. 31 59 344 National. Won. Lost P. G Philadelphia. 49 38 5G3 Brooklyn. 49 40 561 Chicago. 43 43 GOO Pittsburgh. 44 44 600 Boston. 44 44 500 New York ...... 41 43 483 St. Louis. 44 > 48 478 Cincinnati. 36 50 419 PeoeraL Won. Lost. P. G Chicago. 62 39 571 Kansas City. 51 40 5G0 SC Louis . . 49 41 544 Pitt .(burgh.. 48 41 539 Newark. 46 , 45 505 Brookjyn...44 41 46.1 Buffalo. 42 53 442 Baltimore..34 r>7 374 MARKETS New York Markets. . Open. High. Low. Close. October .. ..9.15 9.89 9.15 9.39 December . . 9.43 9.68 9.42 9.68 Jsr^ory . . . 9.54 9.78 9.64 9.78 Mnrch .. ... 9.79 10.15 9.78 10.05 May .. 9,98 10.26 9.98 10.?5 Spots 9>35. ? . Liverpool Cotton. i " Open Close July-Aug i.6.06 6.10 Oct-Nov ... ..'.5.25 5.27 Jan-Feb. ..6.39 5.43 March-April "...6.4? 5.52 Spots 5.20. Sales 14,000. Receipts 2.000. CfTEOLAX C1TROLAXI CITROLAX! Best thing for constipation, sour stomach, lacy liver and sluggish bow els. Stops a sick headache almost nt once. Gives a most thorough and sat isfactory flushing-Bo pain, nQ nan sea. Keeps your ' System cleansed, sweet and wholesome.-R. H. Wela echt, Sait Lak? City. Utah, writes: "I find Cttrolax the heat laxltlvo 1 ever used. Does not gripe-no unpleasant after-effects." Evans' Pharmacy. WANTED 287 New Subscribers TO GET A SET OF SIX Oneida - Community Souvenir Spoons Guaranteed Forever. PAY SIXTY-FIVE CENTS And Get Spoons To the first 287 responsible ?nd reputable citizens of Anderson who sub scribe for the Daily Intelligencer for THREE 'MONTHS* pay 65 cents, and agree to pay ten cents each week for twelve weeks we will deliver this hand some set of Six Souvenir Spoons FR?E. This offer is LIMITED to TWO HUNDRED EIGHTY SEVEiSl New Sub scribers. First come-first served. When quota is finished no more Spoons on this proposition. Out-of-Town Subscribers Owing to our inability to collect from weekly subscribers by mail we would have to have the money in advance from all out of town patrons. Daily Int ell i g e nee r Anderson, 3?, C.