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?fef ?reasarchonse f and WM-I
derUscJ of Eastern Amalea.
A wonderfal Railroad through a won?
derful country! Buch la tba exclama
tion of surprise and delight with which I
vial to ra view the beauty and grandeur
of the Appalachian Wonderland from
trains of the Carolina. CUnehficld
& Ohio Railway.? Thia wonderful
new Line has beeta built at an
enormous expense of time, engineer,
ing skill and capital, as a quick-service !
short-line.- cutting off two days In time*
of freights between the Central Weet
and south-East, by a direct rente j
through the Great Appalachian Moun
tain barrier^ ! The dream of our fore
fathers-a direct route fron; '
to the Sea"-is-at last an accomplished,
fact and In Us accomplishment the Na
tion bas acquired a treasure-bouse of I
surpassing richness in undeveloped |
wealth of forests, fields and mines. A i
Mineral Paradise! The greatest body
of standing hard-wood timber in the
Bastera half of tho Continent! Farm,,
stock and orchard lands of surpassing I
productiveness! The loftiest mountain
Eks! The deepest canyon! Themost
uti fol, water taha and picturesque
river gorges! The grandest scenery! Tito
highest altitudes and tito most delight
ful and Invigorating-climate in Eastern
America!. These are but m few of the
superlatives with which nature bas en
dowed this hitherto inaccessible legion
whose beauties and treasures are now
unlocked by modern transportation fa
On July 1, 1915, the passenger and
Ight service over the Carolina, Clinch
ldl & Ohio Railway waa inaugurated
between Elkhom City, Ky., where con- i
section is made with the Chesapeake
?Ohio Raliway, and Spartanburg, S. C..
where connections are mada for aa
pointa ia tba Southeast. The Lino tra
verses Baf|nn Kentucky, Southwestern
Virginia. Eastern Tennessee, Western
S?rth Carolina and the Piedmont ro
on of Sooth Carolina* crossing four
great mountain chains, the Cumberland,
Clinch, Great Smoky and Blut) Ridge,
which comprise tho loftiest section of
the Appalachian System.
This wonderful' new country Ik bid
ding for men-for brains, brawn andi
capital-in terms of -wonderful oppor
tunity. With unlimited resources of
forest, soil and minei with cl o BB prox
imity to the s populous consuming
Mitera of the East, South and Central
West; and with fte splendid and newly
|uued transportation facilities, this ;
it new country, the latest and rieh
st addition to the wealth of the
?allon, bids highestv foe human
iterprise and endeavor. Unfettered:
?fixed conditions, this new Und
ers almost unlimited opportunities
scenic, resort, agricultural* hortleulb
ral, Btock raising, miniug and manufa
turingfentt?**? Addfess Jbe, Inform;
tion Bureau, Carolina, Clinehfleld &
Ohio Railway, Jobjaspa City, Tenner*
From Greenville. Walhalla, Am
Leave Piedmont ... .
Liare Wiillamston ..
IJsave Berton ...
Leave Cherrys ?ross.
Lease Beaver. .
Arrive Belton.4. .
l?ate Ilajea^Path ....
Leave ShoaW Jfnetlon *.*.
Leave Hodges . .
Leave Ninety She :.
"Laars Old Town.
Leare Sllverstreet .
Leave Peak :.,.. .
Leave Alston ... .
Arrive Cviambf* . ... .
RETURNING: S^cW trs?? *
A mu t lath, 191$.
This ?. the first and last exetirsSo
tun?y to vi ut the Cafrffe* City.
Aknpj? coaches. w#l t*> pr?vida
BASE BALLr' Double bender,
iumoia Stturs, bi tbe League Pirk.
Foy the first trrae thia season these
ville Stsars <c?l**?d) t? tb? fastes
Two ginsen far thc aa?tyn?gg ?
J. R. ANDERSON, Sont., B. R
Anderson. S. C.
M. V. Richards lo Address Mass]
Meeting m Me*?* of New
Walhalla, Aug. 12.-Mr. M. V. Rich
ards, an industrial agent ot the South- j
ern Railway, and his assistant. Mr.
Merrett, are expected to arrive In
Walhalla tomorrow morning, and will
attend a masa meeting of citizens bf
Walhalla and vicinity at the school
auditorium tomorrow evening. It is
believed that the presence of these
gentlemen just at this time, will mean
the launching of one or two enter
prises that Walhalla le very much in
terested in. It is. probable that the j
building of a modern hotel will be ono
of the questions brought up before
this meeting. Owing to litigation the j
Walhalla hotel was closed on Au
gust .lat There has bean a hotel |
jpen on this Bite almost continuously j
since the foundation of the town,
sixty-five years ago. Visitors to the j
town, at this time, areu being accom
modated ?by a number ot first class |
14 ?aa Wae Ia Making a Fortune tm\
In the current lasuo of Farm and*
Fireside, the national farm paper I
published at Springfield, Ohio, ap-J
pears an account of a Nebraska man, |
who once ran a grocery store but ls j
now making a fortune on applse. Fol
lowing ia an extract from the story]
of his achievement:
"Sixteen thousand bushels of ap
ples have been harvested and sold
at an average price of 80 cents the
bushel from an 18-acre orchard own
ed and operated by G. F. Beavers of j
Ralston, Nebraska, during the last
three years. The average gross re
ceipts have averaged more than $4,
200 the year.
"Three thousand dollars was In
vested seven years ago In the apple
'orchard by Mr. Beavers, then a Booth
Omaha' groceryman. * The orchard is
Six, miles from town.
"Mr. Beavers had been selling al
great many apples through his store, j
and hts object in purchasing the or
chard was. to eliminate one middle-j
?ma-'a profit .
" "There is no secret about my ]
modest sncceas,' says Mc Beavers,
found out aa a grocer that a large
portion of the apples I was able to
buy .were poor specimens, and that
the really good ones met with a ready
sale. The certainty of good prices lu
a market that was never oversupplied
with good apples led me to abandon
the store for the irait farm. In those
four years I learned much about ap
ple-growing that lias paid me exceed
" 'Tho most Important thing waa
spraying. By diligent pruning, cul
tivation and spraying I have been able
to secure gross return's the acre, in
excess of the original cost to lite'1
HA, S. C.
gust 18ih, 1915
Icrson, Greenwood* and InturuiedWl
I Schedule, as follows:
.6:86 A. M.
,.6:85 A. M.
.6:8? A. M.
.6*55 A* tt*
.5:05 A. M:
. .. ....6:25 A. X?
...fit? A, M.
. ...Mm?A M. 1.76
.Cit* Av Mi hWC
.6 if? A? M. 1.75
.Irl? A. M. L6ft
.8:S5A, Mi Ut
..8:57 A. M. LOO
. . .6*66 A. -?? ?76
.. .2*1* A? mn .76
.?I? A* Ft .76
.f Mi A* ?C. .75
. ,. .6:45 A. ?T,
.10:86 A. X.
ril> ^SvV? CohiS^ SA 9 Phm
Uko season. Youroopor
S for both white am!
First g?me ewBed et H?
two teams, w?l meet. The Green
t: team in the P^dmofi} Section
^^fl^^^Vp. Ph A,,.
*." W. IL'TAHl^''sn;AM
Greanvttlep S. C.
BeaaUf al ( ard Party;
A beautiful social event for yester
day afternoon was tho large card
Party given by Mrs. T. E. Howard la
honor of Mrs. Alfred Aldrich of
Oreen wood. The whole front of the
house waa thrown together and waa
filled with the fragrance of many
beautiful roses. Here the tablea were
arranged and soon the rooms were
Ailed with a merry party of bautlful
ly dressed women aad a very pleasant
and delightful afternoon was spent by
After the cards were laid aside a
delicious sweet course wag served by
the hostess assisted by Mrs. John
Frank, and Mrs. C. P. Boas, and
little Misses Virginia Frank and An
na Julia Howard. The guests for
the afternoon' were: Mesdames M.
L. Bonham, C. F. Ross, Frank Hall,
D. A. Ledbetter, John Frank, W. W
Morrison, Anna Weston, Frank Farm
er, A. S. Farmer, Alice Sykes, E. W.
Taylor, PJ. J. Ramer, L. S. Horton,
H. P. Hunter, Nannie Cross, Phelps
Saaseen, S. L. Prince, J. H. God
frey, L. L. Rice, W. D. McLean,
Raymond beatty, John Anderson,
FYank Reed. C. A. GambrUU John
8adler, W. B. Valentine, H. H. Orr,
Horace McGee, Earle Johnstone, K
P. Smith. J. B. DeCamp. S. N. Gu
rner, Nardin Webb, Carrie Patrick,
Richard Laughlin, J. C. St rib! lng, F
A. Carter, Misses Margaret Lvsns,
Vina Patrick, May Jervey.
Delightful Little Picture Show Party.
Masters Thomas snd Clifton Mc
Clure entertained at a charming little
picture show party yesterday after
noon in honor of little Misses Mary
and Frances Poore of Louisville. They
were served with a delicious Ice
course at Atkinson's drug store after
the pictures. Besides, the two pretty
young,honor guests, their guests were
Kathleen and Cleo Elaman. Roy Wil
kie and Charles McClure.
Far Mrs. Poors.
Mrs. Charlie Poore of Louisville.
Ky., was Mr. C. M. McClure's at
tractive honor guest for a little in
formal plat ure show party yesterday
afternoon ut the Bijou. The attraction
waa the ' Rosary, a charming little
play that was fully enjoyed by the
large crowds who saw lt.
Mrs. Poore as M3ss Glenola Cunn
ings was formerly one of Anderson's <
popular young women and her many
friends are giving her a very cordial
welcome during her visit here.
After the pictures Mrs. McClure
carried , her guests to Atkinson's
drug store where they were BerVed
with a dainty ice course. Her guests
were Mrs. Charlie Pobre, Mrs. Manly
Watson,. Mrs. Cray ton Cum in gs of
Birmingham, Mrs. Keith Pr?vost,
Mrs. C. B. Earle. Miss Eubank Tay
I lor, Miss Amelia Reed.
Mr. sad Mrs. -Mac Heard' and their I
guests, Mrs. Mike Hoke and Miss
Evelyn Hoke of Birmingham? spent j
Tuesday with friends in Greenville.
Mrs. W. G. Watson. Mrs. Minnie
j Milford, Mr. Eugene Milford and Mrs
Charles Burts and Master Charles, Jr.
I of Columbia left yesterday in their car '
.for a trip to Hendersonvlll?.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Nardin or Octi
le, Ga., arrived last niit'ut and aro
the guests of Mrs. W. H. Nardin an:;
other relatives here.
" 11 -
Mrs. Sam Cohen and Mr. Sam Co
ben of Atlanta and Miss Minnie Coho*,
of Elberton will spend , the Weok-end
with Mrs. Harry Geiaherg.
Misses Mattie Hall md' Bertha Cas
lin returned yesterday from Riverside
Camp where they have been spend
ing the paat ten days. .
M3BB Alvin Scoit, Miss Mo'nna Polk
'and efcr,- Donald Scott of Easley were
an r.utomobilo party here yesterday.
They ere the guests' of Miss Rosa
air. snd Mrs. T. W. Wintcremith
are visiting their daughter Mt?.
Frank Todd. They have been visit
ing their son in Pittsburg and ere bu
their way to their home in Mobile.
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Nardin of At
lanta are visiting Mrs. WI H. Nar-'
Miss Harrie* Thonipapo. of MndJ-. ,
ton. Ga., is visiting Mrs. Levis Ban
ders oh Calhoun street.
Mr^ and Mrs. T, L, Celg bave been
spending the paat week In Greenvale.
Miss Lucy Johnson has returned to
fcer home it* Atlanta after, a visit to
Mrs, Paul Stevens. S,
Miss Sara Francos Stevens ha,* re*
'turned from a visit to Mrs. H'. L.
Adams tn Charlotte.
Mr. Robert Smith has returned tot
Lthvnta after? visit to Mrs. Paul 8te
Bepe tm Sight,
t* * young man; wah last June re
[ttetved his dop lom a had been looking
around successively . los a position,
M?^<?rmeat ?ad for a Jbih. En
tering an office, he asked to see tba,
manager, and white waiting he said
to the oSice boy: *
. "Do yon sape?se thors ia any .pf eg'
Ling hare tos ? college graduatet"
"Wau, dare wrtl 1- waa the re
ply. **lf de boss don't t <
to Creo dollars a wt ?j? termorrer
L Casage" ?eusi.
-My vita ls Certainly hard to
-Ulgfce aanat base changed a twa?
? Hast Jbfc WXjjrrled you?"
1 "Sse certainly fees; fut how did
you know-er-thing you're fanni',
dent youT '-?Houston Pest'.
Bl UGLIER NIL
Walhall* Mu? Produces Highest
Walhalla, Aa?. 12.-The West Union
Koller Milla, with a capacity of forty
carrels of Boor a day, is now tn active
iperation. Thia mill is securing cus
omers from many sections through
jut the county. The flour from thia
nlll is of the highest quality, and
>wlng to the Increased amount ot
:vhoat grown, they will continue to
lave a large "patronage.
The excursion op yesterday from
Charleston and Intermediate points
wrought about one hundred excur
lionlsts to Walhalla. Many of these
viii spend ? fortnight with relstives
ind friends here.
Walhalla and vicinity has been ris
rtde, during the past two days, by
rood rains. They have proven, not
inly helpful to the crop, but are
mluable to those who wish to prepare
?nd plant their tall gradens.
Mrs. R. D. Wright, of Newberry, and
Mrs. C. M. Corn, of Johnston, are
if inking at the home of Capt and Mrs.
tv. A. Strother, an? among other rel
itlvea in Walhalln|
Mrs. N. L. Fant cud daughters have
jone to Jocassee to spend a month
Rev. and Hrs. George M. Wilcox,
and children are spending a while
With Mr. Wilcox's parents in Elber
1 Mrs. Chea. E. Gentry, and children
9f Greenville, are visiting her mother,
Mrs. ?. P. Dendy.
Dr. John D. Verner, Jr., has return
ed from Woodbury, Ga., where h6 vis
ited Mr. abd Mn. J. N. Strother.
Ju. M. Mosa.
HAROLD XACGB?TU WRITES
The Tass af the Mask? Makes Ab
Por'.Jng Film Urama-Italian Views
EnchanUag-EWe Jans Wilson,
Harold Lockwood and Irving Casi
minga io CHM?'
"The Lure or the Mar*," a highly
entertaining sod charmingly photo
graphed adaptation of Harold Mac
Q ra th "a famous; novel,, ls offered In
four parts by the Mutual Film Corpo
ration aa a Mutual Masterpiece. This
screen drama,*with its wonderful Ital
ian scenes, ls a fitting successor to.
those which baye preceded it In this
series Inaugurated to meet the grow
ing public demand for "better motion
pictures." The cast Interpreting Mr.
MacQrath's popular story la new to
the Master pi?ce series, but adequate
to all respects. .
Harold Lockwood appears as the
hero. Jack Hilliard, and the Signorina
Sonia is Impersonated by the fascinat
ing Elsie J ano Wilson, who holds so
firm a place In the affections ot the
moving picture tans. The daredevil
leading man. Irving Cummings, In this
drama forsakes hut usual type of part
to play ?fae villain, Prince Monte Bian
ca. Others who' appear In minor roles
are Hat Clements. Lucy Payton, Carol
Halloway. William Ehfe, King Clark
and G. E. Ralney.
With the fog swirling through the
streets and Dolling tha evening (or
him, Jack Hilliard, a member of the
Burgomaster club, retires to his den
and Bulks. AB ho sits before the Are
he. hears a voice and rushes to the
window. From far off in the fog the
sound comes to him and grows in vol
ume aa lt approaches. A woman's
voice is singing an aria frpm an Ital
ian opera, but Hilliard ia unable to
discover her, tor she has seen him
first and concealed herself. The fog
affect here ls remarkably contrived.
Finally, by Ute means' bf advertise
ments; and an interchange of letters,
HlULird succeeds In arranging a meet
gajr^rrth his lady of the fog. He has
to promise to go and come from her
home with his eyes blindfolded, and
this he does. When he arrives and th;,
bandage is removed from his eyes, he
finds her masked, and so drinks to
lu Italy, amid gondola swept waters
that she baa left town, and which hs
recc-irea the mask Nhy mall from
Naples, his curiosity ls greatly excU
'He r?solves to follow the signori
na thora when he finds that his Ital
ian serrant bas wielded to go home.
: This servant, Giovanni, has lost a
daughter, a daughter who had been
betrayed <by an Italian prince. Giovan
ni knows this prises by a scar on his
eheek, the result of a dagger wound
wavannl had given him on his wed
ding day, and whee his dang" ?er final
ly dies the old nias/ swear* revenge.
Tether he and Hilliard set oat.
anti see^^f uitr^
meet wfuViaaricsu adSentarea. Hil
liard finde bis olgnorlna only to be
told by h? that Als quest te useless.
Shs bees Dim to deslGtXater be res
enas her ai Monto Cario from the un
welcome attention? ot the Prince
Monto Bianca,. Uwtauoted by her re
fusals. Hilliard csitason her at her
villa and ls ?ct on by the, prince,
Whom he disarma. Promptly the
signorina Interfere? and tells him
that the prince is her h?hend. Dla
<?a?2?*to. Hilliard. dfl?rU,?tt safety.
Not so Le prince. Wh?? <?ie Ital
Isa nobleman leaves the ?Kand* jf
his wtf?'s estate h? ,1a pawned, stak
bed s^ad flung over a cliff, . The New
jwk club man finds ois.r servant
4oatta% over the consummation of hi*
verenge, and ntm?etf free to win the
"The Lure cf th? .?H???A^fa ho
Shown a| the Bijou theatre today.
''Do?snt that giri ?ver there look
like Helsa Brown," . *Y .ff&flgS&fr' .
MI don't call that dress brofn."
' f ?fer jEfi? x?fn&ra?*1 B??NG^ B
?* MAIL TO IftTttLLftaEXCEB OF
FICE AT OHCSt
TM m ti A a m . ?..tt_-? t ? * ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? a j
. JH JP ? w Tww-f TIT Tf f f?K ff WI
Auditor Smith is la Columpia at
tending a meeting ot the treasurers
and auditors of the state.
Mr. C H. Taylor of Calhoun Falla
waa a business Visitor la the city
yesterday , A^
mmt*(Ci O. Sayres, has gone to eoj
lumbla on a business trip.
Mr. Bea Smith. Anderson. R. F. O.
/was In the city yesterday.
Mr. Fred Patterson, of Sandy
Springs was smoag the visitors Ut
the city yesterday.
Mrs. James Austin and daughter of
Honea Path were visitors In Ander
...Mr. W. E. Raysor has gone to tho
mountains for a few days.
Mr. V. B. Wilson has accepted a
position with R. W. Trlbble com
Mr. Lucius Price of Iva was a busi
ness visitor bi the city yesterday.
Mr. Amos McDonald of Iva ls in
the city vlaltlng his brother. MK.
Miss Lillian of Columbia fs /the
guest of Miss Lillian Maxwell.
A well-known New Yorker, now
dead, who during his lifetime bore
the appellation "Silent," was accus
tomed to employ various means to
deliver himself from bores and time
. On one occasion when the New
Yorker was putting in hts vacation in
New England there waa one native
so bold as to visit the taciturn man
at hie bungalow.
"How did you get along with
him?" asked soma.one when the bold
one replied. t
"Fine!" said the visitor. ("Fellows,
I've often.beard that.that man was a
sullen cuss ; but I want po Kell yon
that be is one the politest fellows
I ever saw. I hadn't been setting
'chattln' with bim more'n ten min
utes before he'd asked me five or six
ames to come and see hun again!"
-Li pol nott'B.
Nobody Love? ? Fat, Vu.
, biggins (a man of abundant girtt )
-The doctor said I need iron?
Biggins-WTaat a question! How
Badger-I didn't know but be meant
externally in the shag? of a hoop or
"Happiness," declaimed the philos
opher pompously, "is on?? the pur
suit nf something, not the chatcblng
"on, I don't know," answered the
plain citizen. "Have yon ever chased
the hist car on a rainy dayl"-Phila
delphia Public Ledger. .
TEN DAY RATES
SEABOARD AIR UNE RAILWAY
"THIS PROGRESSIVE RAILWAY OF TI IK SOUTH"
To Wilmington and To Wilmington and
?'rom Wrlghtsvllo, N. C. From Wrlghtavllle, N. C.
taboville, 8. C..I 7.6Q . Greer, 8. C.$ 8.00
Udor sou. 8. C.. .. 8.00 Hodges, 8. C. 8.00
Uhcns, (lo..?... 10.00 Lawrenceville, Qa. 10.00
Vtlanta, Ga. 10.00 Poller, B. C. 840
belton. 8. C. 8.00 Piedmont. 8. 0. 9.00
Birmingham,, Ala.. 16.00 Rockmart, Gu.. 11.20
"edartown. Qa,. 11.00 Shoal? Jct., S. C. 8.00
Donalds, 8. C.. 8.00 Spartanburg. S. C. 8.00
alberton. Ga. 8.60 Union? 8. C. 7.60
Greenville. 8.C. 8.00 Williamston. S. C. 8.00
j roen wood, & 0.. 7.60 Windor, Ga.10.00
Tickets on sale each Thursday up to and including September 2, 1816, bear
ing final limit to reach original starting point, returning prior to midnight ot
second Monday following date ot sale. Extension of final return limit msy be
liad upon payment of difference between the ten day and season rates. Cali
on nearest Ticket Agent tor Pullman reservations. Information or
C. 8. Compton, T. P. A., Fred GeSssler, Ass't G. P. A.,
Atlanta, Ga. Atlanta, Ga. -
nil -I' !? m aaasssss-ssassssagssB-sssasssnuspiiiii I. il
We stu! haw? I4fi ?cte? of that beautiful
Seybt Property fer sale. This property io just
one mile out of town. V ou can buy it in any
.ixe tragt 900 wish-from 10 acree up, and
frons $128.00 to $175.00 an acre.
Let us show it to yo?.
LINLEY & WATSON
Phones 647, ?06. 310.
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