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Through Pullman Sleeping Tar Service via SOUTHERN RAILWAY Premier Carrier ul Ute Sooth Effective Sunday, November 22nd, IOU. Sleeper handled on CAROLINA SPECIAL Nos. 27 and 28. Schedule 8 a. m. Lv. Charleston Ar. 8:40 p. m. 12:65 p. m. Lv Columbia Ar 4:45 p. m. 4:30 p. m. Lv Spar tanbury Ar 1:46 pm 7:30 p. m. Lv Ashovllle Ar 9:20 a m. 12:05 a. m. Lv Knoxville Lv 6:10 a. m. 10:55 u. m. Ar Cincinnati LT 6:35 a m. ' 0:00 p. m. Ar Chicago Lv 8:55 a. m. , Passengers from Anderson and, Gr cen vii lo ter rito <-> will make connec- j tiona by leaving on trains Noa. 15 to Greenville and ll to Spartanburg and conuectlnft there with the Chica go Bleeper. In addition to the through sleeper to Chicago, Drawing Room Bleeper, Standard Pullman Sleeper, Dining car and through coach; For fUU and complete information, tickets and pullman .reservation ceil on any ticket agent, or write W. E. Taber; T. P, A., Greenville. 8. C., or W. E. McGeo, A. G. P. A, Col nmhtA. R fl . . . Condensed Passenger Schedule PIEDMONT * NORTHERN RAIL WAI COMPANY* Effective January 17th, IBIS. ANDERSON ? l 1 |l Arrivals. '< .?o. 31..8:25 a. m. t No. SS.10:00 a. m. ( No, 35.11:10 a. m. t No. 87..1x15 p. m. No, 39. 8:40 n, m . No. 41.6.00 p. ut. . No. 43..' .0:20 p. m _ Departures. No. 30. 7J5 a> rn. No. 82.9:08 a. m. 1 Ne, 31.10:30 a. m. 4 No. 38.12,05 p. m. 1 No. ?8 . .2:39 p. nu < No. 40. 4x45 p. m. < No. 43.:.8x10 p. !_ I .".CS. ALLEN, TrafcL? Manager. Visit The Gre San Francise* Southern Premier Carrie Greatly reduced round trip li agents at principal points to Lc Francisco, Portland, and Seattle fo November 3qth. If you desire a quick and con irrig of Pullman cars, tourist sie? coaches then see that your ticke way. Why pay tourist agent* fer ea purchase a round trip ticket daii: Francisco, which includes lower eca fer only $87.20. Proport! points. For complete information, t call on ticket agents, or write. W. R. Taber, T. P. A., W. Greenville, S. C. ' This pict Remembe? If you t TIGERS GOBBLED UP BAPTIST CONTINGENT IN BEAUTIFUL EXHIBITION OF BASEBALL AT BUENA VISTA YESTERDAY THREE TO TWO Waa the Score--Furman's Er? rora Lott tho Game-Brilliant Playing of Clemionite In a beautiful exhibition of base ball at Buena Vista park Friday af ternoon the Clemson college aggrega tion defeated the Furman University aide by a score of 3 to 2.. The consensus of opinion among those conversant with the game was that tho Tigers were outclassed by the Baptists, and would have gone down in defeat had lt not been for arrors of the latter team. The game, In all probability, would have gone to the Furmanltes anyhow had lt not treen for a brilliant play by McMil lan, third baseman for Clemson, in the seventh inning. The score stood . to 2 in favor of Clemson, two men were down and Furman had two nen on base. A hot grounder, good 'or n clean hit. was sent over the hird sack, but was stabbed with one tar.d by McMilllin waa sent to first jase ahead of the runner. Qossutte 'or Furman also played star ball, nnkinrr a sensational shoe string satch In right hold in the latter half of he fifth inning. Oossette also storrcd it hat, getting three hits out of four traci up. The game came as tho cloning event )f the Clemson collcgo cadet encaiup heni in Anderson. This and the fact hut lt wan the first Rime of baseball hat had been staged in Anderson in nany moons, drew one of the largest :rowdS over neen at Buena Vista park tor a similar Rame. There were 900 ul missions. Including practically thc ?ntIre cudet corps. Tho crowd was, of course, over whelmingly Clemson in sentiment. Hut this seemed tn have no erTest at Exposition o, Cal. 1915. r of the South ckets will be sold by all ticket >s Angeles, San Diego-, San Tickets on sale March 1st, 14 . ' :-. * . ifortable trip on trains consist eper, dining cars and all steel it reads via the Southern Rail sorting you around. ' You can jr from Anderson, S. C., to San birth in tourist car from Sen ?onately low rates ?from other ickets and beautiful literature E. McGee, A. G. P. A. Columbia, S. C. ure was praised by is thi r the entire show co it will be shown a niss this grand *************** * ELECTRIC CITY * _ * ??urna of Interest ?nd Personal * Wireless on the Stn *************** Great Headway On C. A W. C. Track. Track luyiDR forces of the Charles ton & Western Carolina Railway are making considerable headway with thc spur track which 1B being constructed from a point on the main lino oppo site the?Farmers Oil Mill to the new terminal site on South Main street. Thc track haa been laid to a point be tween the colored church and the old Anderson Hotel building, and by Monday will be completed to South Main street. Trains will then be able to run up to the heart of that quarter of the city. " ? o Red Men Will Feast Tonight. Members of Tocumseh Tribe No. 6, Red men, will enjoy an oyster sup per at Tr.xaway Hall. All F.?3d Men have been invited and are expected to be present. upon the spirt of the Baptists, who acquitted themselves splendidly in the face of these odds. The Score. The following 1B the box Bcore. . Forman AB R BH PO A E Kelson, SB .4 0 2 1 5 1 Mobley, cf. 2 0 0 3 4 0 Drummond, 2b.4 0 0 4 3 0 Tinsley, if. 4 0 0 0 1 0 Qossette. rf...4 I 3 2 0 0 Brown, c. ./ .. ..3 0 1 4 1 0 Lockmin. 3b. 4 1 0 2 2 0 Hughes, lb.3 0 0 7 2 1 Wharton, p.4 0 1110 Total.32 2 7 24 19 2 Clemson. Tarrant. If. 4 2 1 4 0 ? Major, 2b. 4 0 0 1 2 1 Cnreton, aa.3 0 2 2 6 1 Harris, c.3 10811 Mi Million, 3b.3 0 0 1 4 0 Anderson, rf. .. .. 4 0 1 2 0 0 lier, cf. 4 0 1 4 0 o James, lb.400901 Thornton, p. 4 0 0 2 4 0 Total .. .. ' .. ..33 3 G 27 17 4 Score by Innings: . . Purman.000 200 000-2 7 2 Clemson.201 000 00*-3 8 4 Wharton and Brown: Thornton and Harris. Two base hits, Cureton; three baso hits, Nelson. Base on bolls, Wharton 3: Thornton 2. Ura olro. Moseley. 8corer, Truluck. Time 1:30. Greatly Reduced Round Trip Tickets via Southern Railway Premier-Carrier nf the Seeth la Con nect!** With Bine Ridge From Anderson, S. C, $38.70.Hon?ton. Tex. ?rd return account of Southern Hap tint Convention. Tickets on aale May 8th to, nth, with netura limit May Slat. 1915. $mo.Memphis Tena. and return account of Cotton Manu facturers Association. Tickets on sale April 10, ll and 13th with return limit April 24th. .22 50 I.Washington, D. C. and return account of Daughters ot the American Revolution. Tickets on aale Ap *?l 15. 16 and 17th with return limit May 3th, 1915. $446.Atlanta, Ga. and return account of Atlanta Mr.vic Festival. Tickets on sale April 25th to SOtli, with return limit May Ith, 1915. t&tt .. .Chattanooga, Teen. and return account of Southern Con ference. Tickets on sale April 25, 26 and 27th with return limit May 8th, 1915. Tor complete Information, Pullman Ire ervrtlon, ead tickets call on any I agent, or write to, W. E. M'CEE. A O. P. A., Columbia, 8. C W. R. TABER. T. P. ?., Greenville, a CA RS 9 ree> Hundreds of An i best picture evei nsumes 2 hours* u t the followina he production ye r SPARKLETS * _ * . Mention Caught Over the * eeta of Anderson * ?*??T** ****** joe* to First Uc-rlment lin nd. It. W. Hombreo, former leader of he Orr Mills band, the second regl nent. N. O. S. C. band, has moved o William ;ton. where he will be pm >loyed in 'he Williamston Mills and lecorae a member of. the crack first eglment band or that mill. -o 3read Disease Appears Here. A fully developed case of "black leg" lisease. which attacks cows, has been L'scovored in Anderson, the victim of he dread malady being a cow be onglng to Mr. E. H. BaHentine, on ?owefs stteet. Dr. J. C. Mitcbelt, eternarian. has diagnosed the case .nd yesterday when - he talked^with uthoriUed. at Clemson College about he matter they confirmed hlj diag on's. Dr. Mitchell expects the cow 0 die in the next day or two, and after : ha* expired the premires where she 1 kept will be thoroughly dhjlnfcct d. This disease is very fatal among iittle.v-?Dmethlng llko ?)."? per cent of ic cas-'s resulting in death. ?rans Patch Wa4 Burned. The hone wagon of -the fire depurt lent was called out yesterday morn tg about 11:30 o'clock to Pr?vost .feet, where grass patch between the ;8idences* of Dr J. P. Trowbridge id Mr. Kaymond E. Cochran was arning. The (ire was extinguished for,, any damago waa done. '. This uko ; the 10th call the fire d?part ent has received this month. uluuibla*(<reenTllle Pullman Discontinued. Anderson peoplt who have occasion i travel between herc and Columbia id points lower down slate via the ?..lumbla and Greenville Railway, es .dully those who leave here on the V-1 noon car,, and ton ncc t ut He I tun 1th ^ie steam train leaving Green lie at r>:20 n. m. will regret to learn at the Pullman car service between reenvllle and Columbia, is to bo dis t'ntlnucd after tonight'. A person a vi nj; Anderson in the afternoon for larlcsion or some point below Colum a and who wishing to lako a sle?per Ul have to watt until reachlag Co* imbia before this caa' be done. n Attractive Window Display. The shf-w window display' of the Illy White Meat Market on West 'hitner street yesterday was so ap itizlng that lt called forth favorable >m*aent. The tempting display .. esh meats would have made s ooden Indian hungry '. -o lr. CallBham 'IM Much Better. J. W. Callaham'a many friends will i glad indee**, to know that he has ?covered sulViently to sit up. V. M. C. A. _ ?rectors Held Important Whet ing Last Night-To Bloat Again An important meeting of the board ' directors of the Yoong Men's Chris an Association waa held last night, tt no announcement for publication as given out SJ to the nature of the islaess considered. It was stated that another meeUng . the board would be held next hursday night, st which time Inj?r tate Secretary E. Q. Wilson will ap* sar before the directors.. Keep Tear Beweis Beg? tar, As everyone known, Uta newels ara ? sewerage system of the eedy, and .is of the greatest.Importance that tey move once each day. If year >wels become constipated, take a >se of Cbarohr Main's Tab'eta just Ker supper arid thor ell1 correct the sorter. Obtainable ?very wfceie. - , ? . H SON : ls from Re derson people yester 0 shown in Ander soi ve will start the picti mrs: 10:30, 12:30, 2:3 >u will always ri A REMARKABLE LONG RANGE PHONE GALL BETWEEN ANDERSON AND PHILADELPHIA WAS MADE YESTERDAY REV. FATHER DUFF Talked With Hie Aged Mother Very Distinct-Heard Child Playing What ls probably the most remark able long d'stance telephone conver sation ever held from Anderson was that which Father Duff, ot St. Joseph's Catholic churcb, had with his mother in Philadelphia. The ca<ll to Philadelphia was put in the local offley of the Southern Bell Telephone & Telegraph company at 5:15 o'clock, and by 5:28 the conver sation hnd been completed. The toll for,the three minutes conversation was 54. Father Duffs mother, who is 6? years of agc. had been il!, and Father Duff called to ascertain her'condition. | Tho line was in such splendid working order that Father Duff did not have lo raise his voice -hove the ordinary tone to mah,, his mother hear an/1 under stand all that ho niki. In fact, thc line was so clear Father Duff could hear his little 1 1-2 years old niece playing in a room of the Philadelphia honte adjoining tho room in.which,thc tele phone ia stationed. U. C. T's Will Hold important Meeting To night-Degree Work An Important mce'.'.ng ot Ahde;*eon Council No. 432 v > .ted Commercial Travellers will h.- held tonight at ?he K. of P. llalli, beginning ut 8 o'clock. Degree work will bo carried out, and a full attendance of members ts requested. HIM ?>t?t???? 44 14? I Personal \ lum.nt ? e Pratt King of New Haven, Conn., Is visiting relatives in the city. Dr. Forrest B. Suggs has returned from Atlanta, where he pursued a post graduate course In the higher branches of dentistry. E. Q. Brans of Pendleton was a visitor in the etty yesterday. J. M. Evana has returned from an extended business trip to New York city. John Hal! of Pendleton was* tn the etty yesterday for a short while. E. S. Asbelt of Towpvllhj was In the etty yesterday. J. B. Beeves ot Greenville was in the city yesterday. Oliver N. Ewing-and M. F. Herp, jewelry drummers of Atlanta, arare tn the city yesterday calling on local dealers. .' ? ? J. E. Horton of Belton was among the business visitors in the city yes ts rda? . . "" ? Proper Treatment ?or BJUoasUMe, For a long time Miss Lain Skelton. Churchville.. N. T., waa bilious end had sick headache and dirty spells. Chamberlain's Tablets were Ute only thing that save her permanent relief. Obtainable everywhere. pc BeacKs Book day. JMany have said that it 1. ire this morning at 10;30 and 0, 4:30, 6:30 and 8:30. egret it. Admission 5c and 10c PALMETTO H[ TODAY'S PROGRAM THE PEERLESS MAIDS present ONE OF THE BEST BILLS OF THE WEEK TODAY Foll of Good Singing ?nd Dancing. MOVIES FOR TODAY "THE SHERIFF'S STREAK Ol* YELLOW" A K-B two reel drama. "HOGAN OUT WEST" A Keystone Comedy. "This ohow today ia GUARANTEED to please YOU. Ii it don't, step to the box office and get your money back."-Pinkston in either Bookkeeping and Penmanship V or \ . Stenography and Typewriting at the PERRY BUSINESS COLLEGE Greenville, S. C. FOR SALE CHEAP Apply to \> (care Andmon Inieliigencer) ANDERSON, S. C.