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Address of Prof. C. M. Faithful
of Anderson College Will Fea.
ture Monthly Meeting.
Easily one of the meet interesting f
events to take place in Anderson to- ? i
day will be tho monthly meeting ot
Anderson county school teacher^.
The meeting will take place in the
West "Mkrket street school building
and will begin promptly at 12 o'clock. I ]
It lg believed that, the attendance -at <
today'a meeting will be slightly larg-n
.er than it was at the first meeting i
held this year and lt is also expected,
that every teacher" In the county will
learn something ot lasting value from]
the proceedings of the body. ? i
The program for today luis been ar
ranged with great care and it reflecta ' f
credit upon the association. The'
musical featu'e of the meeting will< <
prove to be very pleasing and at the
same time the luncheon, served by ]
the domestic science class of the high'
school, Is expected to make a hit with ]
the teachers. J
The address of Prof. S. Ms' Faithful; ,
/ of the faculty of Anderson college, is ;
being anticipated with decided pleas-.'
ure. Prof. Faithful is to speak on* (
"Child Study" apdJ as ho has given ,
much time to this particular study he1,
should be able to deliver a very In-'
structlve address.
Misa Maggie M Garlington, who has
general supervision of these meetings,
says that today will be one of real
interest to teachers.
Senator Smith is always the farm
er's friend. Just suppose all those
campaign cotton blossoms had matur
ed- ? "
Guaranteed Cure
- ...For?.
When yo first notice your
poultry moping around the
place, laying down at intervals
and acting aa if they were al
most dead, end with their heads
swoolen slightly and having the
appearance of having gotten
the worst of it in chicken fight
yon had better send AT ONCE
for a bottle of this wonderful
remedy? for "Sore Head" is
fatal in nine cases out of ten
unless given an effective re
We know what "Sore Head"
Core will do, therefore we
cheerfully and willingly GUAR
ANTEE it to cure any and all
eases of "Sore Head."
Your money hack if you're
not satisfied.
Y none 636
We hive ?*?r gal* 500 1
Oats (graded *eed) at $1.
When chined on Our ?
premium extra leneth sti
Dalrymple and Texas St
worth a prernlurn.
??- JV* p."t,l
We buv for cash or exe
seed, or sell meal and hulk
' General 1
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Southern Games
(By Aaaociated Preta.) <
ATLANTA, O a., NOT. 13.-Interest
n> southern football tomorrow centers 1
n the games between the Alabama '
Polytechnic Institute (Auburn) and 1
Vanderbilt, at Birmingham, and the <
University of the South (Sewauee) I
md Tennessee in Chatanooga. <
Tennessee and Auburn are the chief <
:ontenders for the championship of ?
he Southern Intercollegiate Athletic
tssociatlon. Neither has met defeat i
hus far this season. Both are rated <
avorites over their opponents tomor- 1
?ow, but close struggles are anticip?t- 1
td .
Virginia, also unddefeated by any i
louthern eleven so far this season,
viii meet Swarthmore at Swarthmore,
'a. North Carolina is expected to
:ontinue its winning record against
rVake Forest when the two teams
neet at Ralelght, N. C.
Georgia and the Georgia School of
Technology will meet in Atlanta. *
Other games scheduled for tomor
row include:
Virginia Military Institute vs. Clem
ton at Richmond, Va.
Florida vs. Citadel at Charleston, S.
Kentucky State vs. Louisville at !
'-lexington. Ky. .
Steteon vs.' Mercer at Jacksonville,
?la. .v . '
Georgetown vs. Maryland "Aggies" '
it Washington.
Baylor vs. Trinity at Waco, Tex. '
Randolph-Macon vs. Medical College j
>f Virginia at Ashland, Va.
Washington and Leo vs. Wes* Vir- .
:inia at Charlestown, W. V>
Furman vs. Newberrv al-Greenville,
B. C.
- - : \
Princeton anrj Yale 1
Have Final Workouts 5
(By AMociatod Prc-?.] <
PRINCETON, N. J., Nov. 13.-Both j
Princeton and Yale had their final, j
vorkouts here today in preparation
or their annual gridiron contest to- i
norrow. Immediately, after Its prac- <
ice the Yale squad returned to New I
Brunswick, where training quarters (
tave been established. ]
Many Princeton supporters believe
be team. has been materially i
strengthened and that Yale will find
n the Orange and Black tomorrow a
iiftbrent machine from that which
net sucb an ? overwhelming defeat at i
:he hands of Harvard a week ago.
rale followers, however, are offering 1
>dds on their favorites.
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Eastern Games
(By AaaocMUed PreaO
NEW YOFJK, Nov. 13.-Interest in
jastern football will center tomorrow
in thc Yale-Princeton game. Tonight
the Blue ruled favorite, but there
were many Princeton supporters who
predicted the Orange and Black would
ilose ita season with a showing that
would wipe out the memory of last
week's disastrous defeat at the hands
)f Harvard.
The . season's records of the two ]
slovens appear to discredit the llkll
iiood Of such an eleventh hour re
versal ot form. While the Yale de
fense has proved erratic, it has flashed
st times into marked superiority to
that of the Tigers. Syracuse, Dart
mouth, Williams and Harvard all]
found Princeton weak in defense of]
her own goal line.
From an offensive standpoint, too,
Yale appears to outclass her rivals.
Every team the Blue has faced this
season baa been scored upon repeat
edly, with the single exception of the
strong Washington and Jeversen
The Pennsylvania-Dartmouth game I
offers somewhat . similar conditions |
upon which to speculate. The Quak
ers have played erratic football all
season. Defeated by Franklin and
Marshall and held tc a no score tie
by LaFayette, the Red and Blue came
bushels Hancroft Prolific |
00 per bushel.
Special Gins, we buv at a
iple cotton. Good style
Dfm Proof are generaliv
harlie meal and hulls for
> for cash.
LI IL1... .r.jL^'. 1 .... *
le For
md All
LE, Manager?
tack strong against the Navy, winn
ing 13 to 6. Carlisle and Swarthmore
were defeated in turn and then Michi
gan swamped the Quakers 34 to 3.
Dartmouth, were it not Cor the de
feat at the hands of Princeton, today
w -ld be ranked as one of the in
vincible teams of the east. Not an
?leven, except the Tigers has crossed
ho Hanoverian's goal line. If Penn
sylvania wins tomorrow it will be an
ther of the season's startling up
Both the Army and the Navy have
?elected Maine College combinations
is opponents and should win. Har
vard faces Brown in the Anal ?game
jefore tackling Yale.
The leading eastern games tomor
row include:
Yale at Princeton.
Brown at Harvard.
Dartmouth at Pennsylvania.
C ?igate at Syracuse.
Maine at Army.
Colby at Navy.
Williams at Amherst.
Albright at LaFayette.
Pittsburgh at Carnegie Technical.
Western Games
(Wv A?*ocint*?l Pr???.')
CHICAGO, Nov. 13.-Western foot
)all approaches Its climax tomorrow.
The Chicago-Illinois and Wisconsin
Minnesota gamee will go far toward
settling the western conference cham
pionship, and the Kansas-Nebraska
'ontest will bo of utmost importance
n the Missouri Valley race. Michi
gan and Notre Dame take on eastern
earns, the former winding un ItB sea
ion with Cornell and the latter mect
hg tho Carlisle Indians. '?."*- ..
Chicago's hope of retaining tho big
line championship depends on Gray,
?Mood and Albert. None of the throe
(tars are in first class shape, and on
"orni Illinois is tho favorite. .
Critics are inclined ta make Wlscon
dn the fsvorlte over Minnesota. The
Sedgers arparentlv are In best shape,
while Solon, one of the few experienc
ed men in the Minnesota team, may
mt be able tr. go through thc whole
Ancient rivals clash at Ann Arbor,
when Michigan and Cornell meet A
:Iose struggle. is expected. A . spec
tacular , battle is also looked for at
Somlskey Park. Chicago, where Notre
Dame meets the Indians.
Tomorrow'! schedule in the central
States Includes:
At Urbana: Chicago vs. Illinois.
At Ann- Arbor: C'-.-nell vs. M ich ?can.
At Minneapolis: Wisconsin vs. Min
nesota. . i
At Chicago: Cerllsle vs. Notre
At Lincoln; Kansas vs. Nebraska.
At Ames: Iowa vs. Ames.
At Columbus: Oberlin Vs. Ohio.
At Evanston : Purdue . vs. North
Don't Forget Yonr Orphans At
The Thornwell Orphanage, Clinton,
3. C , bas SOO orphans to core for.
Every Presbyterian hi the Str.t?
mould send a Thanksgiving contribu
tion to aid in caring for them.
The low price of cotton ls affecting
avery benevolent, educational and
public enterprise, but the cotton is
tiere and wlli sell for what lt is worth
liter a while. It sold at four and a
dalt cents in 1898:
However,, the orphans cannot walt
rery tong for their dally bread
Dr. Jf. R. Young, who has been at
tending the meeting of the Southern
Medical Association at Rlchmon i, Va-,
bas returned home
Harry Le Gore, Yale'a G
\ _
Vale's 1914 eleven haa shown a
great rushing attack. Harry Le Gore
lo tho chief rusher. Thc team, more j
than any ether college in tho East
has featured tho passing stylo. Le
Gore ls the kingpin of thc open game.
Yale has many fine punters. I<o Gore]
can outdistance the entire ^quadj
kicking. Lo Gore is the busiest mon
at stopping plunges. Rut the best of
Le Gore's traits is his rare football
Come Here
Porty Will Soon Be En Route to
Anderson m Effort to Stimu
late Grain Growing.
Following his stay of several days
In Anderson in the interest of a grain
elevator, J, Cooper Stratton left yes
terday for Columbia where he had'
been summoned by telephone for a
conference with Col. E. J. Watson,!
commissioner of agriculture ?or South I
Carolina, and Col. William Banks of
the same department. Mr. Stratton
advised before his departure that he
would come back to Anderson with
tho party, when lt left Columbia on
ita trip through the State in an effort1
to increase interest in the growing of ?
grain, and the Etalement is made that!
Anderson wiii be one of the first cities j
to be visited. ,
Secretary Houston of the nationall
department of agriculture yesterday
detailed A. G. Smith, agriculturalist
of the farm management office, to
accompany tho grain campaign party,
throughout South Carolina, Mr. Smith
rent Punter.
sonto. He is the "brains" of thc Yale
He la twenty ycara old, a well built
youth, weighing about 175 1 pounds.
Ho lg remarkably fast and is tho beet
oren field runner at New Haven. In
this respect he is to Yalo what the
spoedy Eddie Malian la to Harvard.
Because of- his exceptional speed and
general all-round ability, Le Oore ls
the pivot of the niue's passing at
tack. .
la ono of thc best equipped agricul
turalists In the, service.
The grain campaign is scheduled to
begin early next week and the first
meeting will very probably be held at
Sumter. > Prom Sumter the party will
go to Laurens and then through the
Piedmont section. Invitations for
meetings have been received by Com
missioner Watson from Lamar, Un
ion, Dillon, McCormick and other
points in the State. %
The campaign Is to be conducted?
under the auspices ot Clemson college,
the United States farm demonstration
work and the State department of ag
I riculture.
Itinerary fo? the campaign is being
'arranged and will be announced be
Ifore the'end of the week. From Ave
to six meetings will be held each day
and the message of plant more grain
and live at home will be carried to as
many people as possible in the State.
Remarkable Cure of Croup.
"Last winter , when my iii ile boy
had croup I got him a bottle of Cham
berlain's Cough He iedy. I honestly
believe lt saved his life," writes Mrs.
J. B. Cook, Indiana. Pa.. "It cut the
phlegm and relieved his Coughing
cpolls I am most grateful for what
this remedy haB dono for "him." For
colo by all dealers.
13 Days Until
And do you know that the U. S
?iide a day oi Thanksgiving*
Buy one of our "My Town Hat
that you have got tho $2? and
U. S. A,
T.L. Cely C
"My Town Hats"
In window next to Chi
Discovered Shortly After Midnight
Fire Was Soon Under Con
trol of Co.'s Department.
Shortly heforo 1 o'clock ycetordny
morning tho nirrht watchman at the
plant ot, tho Anderson Phosphate and
Oil cor.ipr.ny fr>und that the place was
on fire, T ilant is located about
2 1-2 miles *' Andornon and. there
fore, no ass?. o could bo rendered
by thc AnderE^. dre department but
the dennrtment of the fortlllzor com
pany did some rnlcndid work and thc
flarnea wcro extinguished before the
entire plant was seriously threatened.
lt wan said yesterdey that the loss
will probably amount tr. about $1,200,
which is fully covered by Insurance.
Tho Aro eecms to have started In a
largo amount of fish scraps, stored
in one of the etock rooms, and it ls
generativ believed that lt was caused
by spontaneous combustion, as no oth
er salution can be offered.
The Hames burst through the roof
of the stock room and burned a large
hole In the too of thc building whllo
some of the stock and machinery suf
fered f^om the flames and from tho
water but thc damage all told will b
very small, considering the hoad way
the dre had already made when lt was
Workmen were engaged yesterday
In making preparations for repairing
the damage and the mill will bc put
to but llttlo inconvenience.
Women Suffer Terribly From Kidney
Around on her foot all day-no won
der a woman has backache, headache,
stiff swollen joints, weariness, poor
alovp and kIdnoy trouble. Foley Kid
ney Pills give quick relief for these
trouble.}. They strengthen che kid
noys-take away the aches, pain and
weariness, weak back and swollen
aching Joint M due to kidney und blad
der trouble. Try Foley Kidney Pills
and seo how much' better you feel.
Evans Pharmacy.
A. is the only nation that sets
s" at 2 bones, and bo thankful
that you live in tho good o?d
"Too much money spent on so-call
ed silk hosiery," aays a man who
knows. For once wc-aro Innocent. The
pure otuff for vs--three pairs for a
quarter; that is when wc have the
From November 9
to November 21st
Electric Grills, regu
lar price $5 at $2.50
lt broils, boils, fries
. and toasts.
Southern Public
Utilities Co.
The Money Market
** 'i . ?
Never grows too tight
for the one who has
systematically pat a
certain sum each
month fn the Bank- Op.
portaaltles often open
to people whe haye
Are yen la s position
to take nd vantage of a
reed business opportu?
Deposit roar money
with the Savhags De?
partaient et
Bank of Anderson
The Strengest Beak la
the County.
A Necessity
CLEAR sight is necessary to
both your health end auccess.
DIM vision can generally be
relieved by correctly focused
and fitted glasses.
'DONT be blind po your owe
interest Exercise sound wis
dom and Intelligence by having
US examine your eyes. It will
be a thorough, painstaking-, ex
pert examination that wlli pat
you on tho rlgat track of sight.
YOU can count on us tat
truthful information, and ?right
Prices $3.00 and up.
We duplicate broken glasses
by mall-send them to us.
HO S. Mala 84. As ?er ion, 3. C
Thies Deers Below- Kress' Tea
Cent ?tera.
Harvard Players Prove They Can Win Without Bri?kley.
Several week? ago critics had lt
that without Brickle?, the great fail- ^
back. Harvard would not have much :{' .'?'/
of a aeaaon in football. When lt was
announced that he would go under
the surgeon's knife for appendicitis,
hope for the Crimson waa given up
by many of the alleged experta. Now
have ot ?ne Mahan, Hardwick, and
Pennock to prove the team can win
without Brickley. and they have done
work as brilliant'ie* was done when
* M AHA. K) 4 .the greatest drop kicker was in form
LEFY HALF BACIC^.*** aeason. Since Harvard ' has
beaten Michigan and Princeton the
experts who saw little hope tor the
team are now talking of it aj thc
greatest in the country.

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