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08291914 7

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GREENVILLE DAILY PIEDMONT, SATURDAY, AUGUST 29, 1914. SEVEN

[5 panel cartoon, spans top section of all columns]
SCOOP THE CUB REPORTER
Some Firing At Th' Front
By "Hop"

[panel 1]
[image of scoop being given command by officer]
HERE YOU-
TAKE THIS
MESSAGE
TO TH'
FRONT!

[panels 2-3]
[image of scoop galloping horse toward the front, passing wounded soldier]
GOOD NIGHT-IF YOOR GOING-
TO TH' FRONT-I JUST TOOK A
MESSAGE THERE AN THIS
IS WHUT I GOT -

[panel 4]
image of scoop bring horse to abrupt halt]
WHOO-
OH!

[panel 5]
[image of back end of horse retreating]
LOO-KOW FOR ME-
I'M GONNA TAKE
A MESSAGE TO
MYSELF AT
TH' REAR-!

[headline, spans all columns]
CLASSIFIED ADS, REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE, BUSINESS NOTICES AND PROFESSIONAL CARD [cut off]

[column 1]

CLASSIFIED
COLUMNS

Want Advertising Rates

Twenty-five words or Less, One
Time 25 cents; 3 Times 50
cents; Six times $1.00.

All advertisements over twenty-
five words prorata for each addi-
tional word. Rated on 1,000
words to be used in a month
made on application.

No advertisements taken for less
than 25 cents, cash in advance.

If your name appears in the tel-
ephone directory you can tele-
phone your want ad to 230 and a
bill will be mailed after its inser-
tion for prompt payment.

THE DAILY
PIEDMONT
TELEPHONE 280
-----------------------------------------------------
WANTED.
-----------------------------------------------------
WANTED—You to call 420 and make
an appointment for those Banquet,
Wedding, Family reunions and home-
portrait picturess of which we make a
specialty. DeMulder & Son, Photogra-
phers. 8-17-tf
_________________________________
WANTED—To do your printing.
Lewis Printing Co. 8-11-tt
_________________________________
WANTED—To do your cabinet work,
upholstering and furniture repairing.
We also repair locks and [fit?] keys.
Phone 1144. Bulls Repair Shop, 319
Buncombe St. [blurry]
----------------------------------------------------
SITUATIONS WANTED—MALE.
----------------------------------------------------
TO HELP those who are out of a
position or desire a better one. The
Daily Piedmont will print Want ads of
not more than 25 words under this
heading free. No advertisements taken
over phone to be inserted FREE under
this headline.
----------------------------------------------------
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE.
----------------------------------------------------
TO HELP those who are out of a
position or desire a better one. The
Daily Piedmont will print Want ads of
not more than 25 words under this
heading free. No advertisements taken
over phone to be inserted FREE under
this headline.
_________________________________
A lady stenographer and bookkeeper
desires a position. Any one desiring
such services will please write to "S and
B", care Daily Piedmont 7-14-14tf
----------------------------------------------------
FOR RENT.
----------------------------------------------------
FOR RENT—8 room house on Perry
Ave. near standpipe, all conveniences.
[blurry] Phone [blurry]
Hicks 1141. 8-28-tf
_________________________________
FOR RENT—A nice upstairs apart-
ment, 3 rooms, kitchen and hall. All
modern conveniences in house. On
car line, [1846?] Buncombe street. Price
[$15.00?] a month. Phone 1147 7-23-tf
----------------------------------------------------
MISCELLANEOUS.
----------------------------------------------------
WE ARE STILL pleasing particular
people. Lewis Printing Co. 117 W.
McBee Ave. 8-11-tf
----------------------------------------------------
BUSINESS SERVICES.
----------------------------------------------------
MAIL ORDERS given prompt atten-
tion. Lewis Printing Co. 117 W. Mc-
Bee Ave.8-11-tf
_________________________________
[advertisement for Uncle Sol Pawnbroker]

YOUR FRIEND IN NEED
UNCLE SOL.
RELIABLE PAWNBROKER.
Bargains in Unredeemed Pledges.
DIAMONS, WATCHES, JEWELRY
Headquarters for
TRUNKS AND SUIT CASES.
No. 172 8 Main St.

----------------------------------------------------
LEGAL NOTICES.
----------------------------------------------------
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS.

By authority of City Council the
time for payment of City Taxes has
been extended for a period of 15 days
without penalty from Augustt 15th to
31st, inclusive, also a further exten-
sion of 15 days with one (1) per cent
penalty from September 1st to the
15th inclusive. From and after Sep-
tember 15th 1914, the penalty as orig-
inally provided, namely 15 per cent
of the taxes levied will be imposed.
G. FRANK LEAGUE
8-15 to 9-15. City Clerk & Treas.
_________________________________
[advertisement for Daily Piedmont]

If You Don't Want
Results, Don't Use
Daily Piedmont Classi
[fieds.]

[cut off]

[columns 2-3]

[advertisement for Southern Railway]

EXCURSION
TO
ATLANTA, GA.,
AND
BIRMINGHAM, ALA.,
VIA
SOUTHERN RAILWAY
PREMIUM CARRIER OF THE SOUTH
THURSDAY, SEPT. 3, 1914

From Rock Hill, Gaffney, Spartanburg, Union, Greenville, Greenwood,
Abbeville, Anderson, Westminster, and all intermediate points, on the fol-
lowing schedule and excursion fares:

SPECIAL TRAIN


Round Trip Atlanta Excursion Fare Birmingham
Leave Greer 11:20 a.m. $3.25 $6.25
Leave Taylor 11: 38 a.m. 3.25 6.25
Leave Greenville 11:50 a.m. 3.00 6.00
Leave Easley 12:11 p.m. 2.75 5.75
Leave Liberty 12:22 p.m. 2.75 5.75
Leave Norris 12:29 p.m. 2.75 5.75
Leave Central 12:50 p.m. 2.75 5.75
Leave Calhoun 12:58 p.m. 2.75 5.75
Leave Courtney 1:08 p.m. 2.50 5.50
Leave Seneca 1:15 p.m. 2.50 5.50
Leave Richland 1:23 p.m. 2.50 5.50
Leave Westminster 1:32 p.m. 2.50 5.50
Arrive Atlanta 3.53 p.m. (CT)
Leave Atlanta 4.10 p.m. (CT)
Arrive Birmingham 10:00 p.m.
Excursion tickets will be good going only on special train and regular
trains to connect with special train as mentioned above.

EXCURSION TICKETS WILL BE GOOD RETURNING AS FOLLOWS:

To Atlanta: Returning on all regular trains except Atlanta Special and
New York-New Orleans Limited Nos. 1st ans 2nd 38, to reach original
starting point by midnight Monday, September 7, 1914.

To Birmingham: Return on all regular trains except Atlanta Spe-
cial and New York-New Orleans Limited Nos. 1st and 2nd 38, to reach
original starting point by midnight, Tuesday, September 8, 1914.

A RARE OPPORTUNITY

To visit Atlanta, the Metropolis of the South and Birmingham, the
Pittsburg of the South. Attractive Labor Day celebration in Atlanta and
Birmingham.

BASEBALL GAMES

At Atlanta with Montgomery, September 3, 4, 5.
At Birmingham with Nashville September 7, (two games)

FIVE DAYS IN ATLANTA SIX IN BIRMINGHAM

For further information call at your Agent or communicate with
W. E. McBEE, Asst. Gen. Pass. Agt., Columbia, S. C.
W. R. TABER, Trav. Pass. Agt., Greenville, S. C.
G. R. STEELE, City Ticket Agent, Greenville, S. C.
_____________________________________________________________
[advertisement for Greenville Piedmont For Sale Ad]

[image of woman looking at house with for sale sign]
Look Over Our For Sale Ads!

They have something in store for some
one.

If you contemplate selling use our
FOR SALE Columns. Phone 230.

[column 4]

[advertisement for L. A. Mills offices to rent]

OFFICES
FOR RENT

Three modern offices in
Mills Bldg. Electric lights,
water, heat and janitor ser-
vice. Well ventilated. At-
tractive lease given to right
party.

Phone 757.

L. A. MILLS
Room 25 Mills Bldg.

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BUSINESS TOPICS.
----------------------------------------------------
BUSINESS NOTES OF IN-
TEREST AND WORTH CARE-
FUL READING BY DAILY
PIEDMONT READERS.
_________________________________
[advertisement for Gowan McBee Electric]

ELECTRIC IRONS
Gower-McBee Electric Co.
Contracting Material
203 W. Washington St. Phone 2169
_________________________________
[advertisement for Martin & Andrews Architects]

H. K. Martin J. Y. Andrews
MARTIN AND ANDREWS
ARCHITECTS
Davenport Bldg. Greenville, S. C.
118 1-2 S. Main St. Phone 2040
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PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
----------------------------------------------------
[advertisement for I. Murray Hair, Dentist]

I. MURRAY HAIR
DENTIST
112 1-2 N. MAIN ST.
(Over the Battery)
Phone [1366?]
_________________________________
[advertisement for Osteopaths]

DR. W. E. SCOTT
DR. ETHEL BRITTAIN
OSTEPATHS
Office Wallace Building, W. Wash-
ington St. Office Phone 742.
Residence Phone [blurry]. All diseases
treated. No [blurry]
_________________________________
[advertisement for Drs. Hamrick & Nisbe]

DRS. HAMRICK & NISBE,
DENTISTS.
Vickers-Cauble Building,
Over Bank of Commerce
Phone 2134
_________________________________
[timetable for Greenville & Western R. R.]

GREENVILLE & WESTERN R. R.
COMPANY.
Time Table No. 1 Effective July 12-14.


STATIONS No. 2 A. M. [blurry] No. 3 P. M. Daily No. 4. A. M. Daily
Lv. Greenville 9:0[1?] 4:04 7:00
" Monaghan 9:0[4?] 4:09 7:12
" White Oak 9:12 4:11 7:18
" Mulligan 9:20 4:14 7:30
" Altamont 9:25 4:2[4?] 7:[50?]
" Travelers Rest 9:25 4:31 7:58
" Holland 9:41 4:34 8:10
" Bates 9:47 4:[?] 8:18
" Cleveland 10: 04 5:04 8:46
" Riverview 10:14 [5?]:05 8:50
Ar Riverfalls 10:24 [5?]:25 9:00

STATIONS No. 2 A. M. [blurry] No. 3 P. M. Daily
Ar. Greenville 10:0[?] 5:66
Lv. Monaghan 10:45 6:46
" White Oak 10:45 6:48
" Mulligan 10:25 6:35
" Altamont 10:25 6:[30?]
" Travelers Rest 10:[?] 6:22
" Holland 10:[?] 6:16
" Bates 10[?] 6:09
" Marietta 9:04 6:05
" Cleveland 9:54 5:50
" Riverview 9:26 5:15
Lv. Riverfalls 9:15 5:30
T. D. SLADE, Supt.
Greenville, S. C.

CHARLESTON & WESTERN CARO-
LINA RAILWAY CO.
----------o----------


No. Arrive From—
51 Laurens 9:15 a. m.
52 Charleston 4:10 p. m.
55 Columbia 9:45 p. m.

No. Depart From—
[??] Columbia 7:00 a. m.
[??] Charleston 12:20 p. m.
54 Laurens 4:30 p.m.
No. 51 makes connection with No. 8
for Greenwood
No. 52 makes connection with No. 1
for Augusta
No. 55 makes connection with No. 3
for August and No. 7 from Spartan-
burg.
No. 54 makes connection with No. 3
for Spartanburg and No. [8?] for Green-
wood.
Nos. 54 and 55 do not make connec-
tion for Columbia on Sunday.
_________________________________
[advertisement for poultry profits]

POULTRY PROFITS

Profits in poultry are costly lost.
Therefore advertise where you get re-
sults and increase the profits instead
[cut off]

[column 5]

[advertisement for Gilfillin & Houston]

$1,000

[Boys?], right now a nice beautiful
vacant lot on W. Sloan Ave. It is [54?]
x 200, nice location with good neigh-
borhood.

RENTS

Collected, and Houses Rented. Just
now we have several very desirable
places for Rent.

Gilfillin & Houston
Several Houses for Rent.
PHONE 592.

_________________________________
[advertisement for Stone & Stone]

BARGAINS IN LOTS

Earle Street, lot 54 x [200?], highest
point on Earle street, $1,500.00

Vanoy Street, lot 55 x 200, $1,200.00

Nice high lot on Rowley Street, 55
x 200, $1,400.00.

STONE & STONE
Wallace Bldg. Phone 834

_________________________________
[advertisement for H. Olin Jones, spans cols. 5-6]

H. OLIN JONES
ARCHITECT AND ENGINEER
GREENVILLE, S. C.
Office: Skelton Building. Telephone 957
_________________________________
[advertisement for Matheny Real Estate, spans cols. 5-6]

MATHENY REAL ESATE COMPANY.
Davenport Building. Phone 2010

Exclusive Selling Agents
Brandon Annex. White City View.

We buy and sell and exchange Real Estate. Also collect rents.
_________________________________
[advertisement for W. A. Wallace, spans cols. 5-6]

LOTS
We Have Residence Lots for Sale on the Following Streets:


Butler Ave. N. Main St. Lavinia Ave. Manley St.
Earle St. Whitsett St. Stone Ave. Buncombe St.
North St. Pettigrew St. Vannoy St. Townes St.
Phone 834. W. A. WALLACE. Wallace Bldg.
$2,600.00 to lend on real estate.
_________________________________
[advertisement for Hayne P. Glover Insurance, spans cols. 5-6]

I Represent Companies Writing Every Kind of
INSURANCE,
HAYNE P. GLOVER, Agent.

Phone 1246. Beattie Building
_________________________________
[advertisement for Alester C. Furman Insurance, spans cols. 5-6]

Are you insured against fire? Good
Are you insured in a good company? Better
Are you insured in Glens Falls? Best

Always got THE BEST. Why not?

Investigate the GLENS FALLS INSURANCE COMPANY and you
will find THAT IT IS NO EXPERIMENT, having a more than SIXTY
YEARS honorable history;

SIXTY-FOUR YEARS of prudent management and continuous growth;
essential features of sound and continuing indemnity. It has a POLICY-
HOLDERS' SURPLUS, equal to more than FIFTY PER CENT of its
GROSS ASSETS!

It is a strong company of the present and also a PAST RECORD which
promises that it will be a STRONG COMPANY OF THE FUTURE.

ALESTER G. FURMAN
PHONE 593.
___________________________________
[advertisement for William Goldsmith Co, spans cols. 5-6]

Mr. J. N. Watkins' Lot For Sale

This is a desirable residence lot on Anderson street and is about 90 x
170—Can he cut into two lots.

FOR SALE—A very desirable house and lot in "Cherokee Park"—
just a short distance from Augusta street car line. Seven room, two story
house, sewerage conveniences and electric wiring already done. Nice
shade trees on a large lot. Reasonable cash payment—balance easy.

Also the LANNEOU home place on Crescent Avenue—near Mr. Nor-
wood's and Mr. Tindal's. Nice moden house on beautiful, large lot.

SEVERAL GOOD FARMS FOR SALE.

The William Goldsmith Company
(INCORPORATED)

[column 6]

[advertisement for Mutual Benefit Life Insurance]

WARS LESSONS!

When soldiers die or are disabled in
war their Families are protected by
Pensions.

If you die or are disabled in peace
LIFE INSURANCE pays your FAM-
ILY'S PENSION.

THE MUTUAL BENEFIT LIFE
INSURANCE CO.
of Newark, N. J.
JOHN S. TAYLOR, Agent
_________________________________
[advertisement for William Lebby]

Are you insured against
ACCIDENT ?
One of every
8 MEN
are injured every year.
Our liberal policy will protect you.

William Lebby Agent,
Mills Building. Phone 1985

_________________________________
[advertisement for Daily Piedmont]

The next time you need help, re-
member our classified columns are
right at your instant command.

[column 7]

[advertisement & timetable for Southern Railway]

SOUTHERN RAILWAY
PREMIER CARRIER OF T[HE SOUTH]

Arrival and departures of trains, [?? ef-]
fective July 12, 1914.

[N.?] H. Schedule figures published
information only and are not [guaran-]
teed.

Greenville, S. C.


No. Arrive From
29 N. Y. B'ham Special 1:10
43 Seneca (local) 1:10
[47?] N. Y. 1st Atlanta Special 1:16
57 N. Y. 2nd N. Y. & N. O. Ltd. 1:[16?]
13 Atlanta (local) 2:00
[19?] Greenwood (local) [9?:10]
2[8?] Belton 12:10
14 Columbia 12:10
[11?] Charlotte 4:30
[26?] Atlanta Special 4:20
[28?] New Orleans, N. Y. & N. O. Ltd. 6:20
49 Atlanta (local) 6:20
20 Birmingham, B'ham Spec. 8:16
[41?] Charlotte (local) [9?]:16
[21?] Belton 4:10
44 Atlanta 2:10
17 Columbia 4:55
[83?] New Orleans, Atlanta 6:10
[81?] Charlotte 11:15

No. Depart To
29 Birmingham Special 7:15
42 Charlotte (local) 9:20
39 Atlanta 11:10
37 Atlanta Special, first sec. 1:15
[illegible] New Orleans, 2nd section 1:15
18 Charlotte (local) 2:04
20 Belton 7:[10?]
26 Greenwood 2:00
11 Atlanta (local) 3:[35?]
[36?] New York, Atlanta Special 4:25
[35?] New York, N. T. & N. O. Ltd. 1:15
[49?] Charlotte (local) 2:00
[illegible] New York, B'ham Special [8?]:20
16 Columbia-Charleston 5:26
41 Seneca (local) [6:25?]
35 Atlanta-New Orleans 1:35
42 Atlanta 1:55
44 Charlotte-Raleigh 2:15
30 New York [4:30?]
For further information on
ticket agents or address:
W. R. TABER, T. P. A.
Greenville, S. C.
W. E. McGEE, A. G. P.
Columbia, S. C.
______________________________________________________
ATTRACTIVE EXCURSION
VIA
SOUTHERN RAILW[AY]
Premier Carrier of the South
FROM GREENVILLE, S. C.
Spartanburg, S. C. $1.55.

[blurry] Hank Woodman of
World. Tickets on sale August
to 31st, inclusive, incl. limit Sep[tember]
7, 1914.

Calhoun, S. C., $1.16.
Homecoming Clemson College
tents. Tickets on sale August
30, final limit September 2, 1914.

Sumter, S. C., $5[99?]
Grand Lodge Independent
Good Samaritans. Tickets on sale [Sep-
tember 1 to 3; final limit [September]
7, 1914.

Richmond, Va. $15.[99?].
Annual Convention Grand
[remainder of paragrah illegible]

Baltimore, Md. - [illegible]
The National Star Spangled
Centennial. Tickets on sale Septem[ber]
5, 9, [illegible]. Ticket limit Septem[ber]
10, 1914.

Dallas, Texas. $40.45.
American Institute of Banking, [tick-]
ets on sale September 18 to 20. [Ticket]
limit October 2, 1914.

Detroit, Mich. [illegible]
National [illegible] Grand
of the Republic. Tickets on [sale]
August 27-29,-30. Ticket limit Septe[mber]
16, 1914.

Boston, Mass., $[illegible]
Grand United Order of Odd Fel[lows]
of America. Tickets on sale Sep[tember ?]
to [18?]. Ticket limit Sept. 24, 1914.

Philadelphia, Pa., $20.[45?].
National Baptist Convention
ets on sale Sept. 5 to 6, final limit Sep-]
tember [18?], 1914.

Louisville, Ky., $28.[10?].
Spanish War Veterans. Tick[ets on]
sale August 28 to 30, final limit [September
[8?], 1914.

Summer Excursion Fares
The usual summer excursion
week-end tickets are on sale to
[illegible]

For further information call or
or agent or address
W. R. TABOR, T. P. A.,
Greenville, S. C.
W. E. McGEE, A. G. P. A.
Columbia, S. C.

[advertisement for Piedmont & Northern RR.]

[Piedmont & Northern logo]
PIEDMONT AND NORTHERN LINES
THE GREAT ELECTRIC SYSTEM OF THE SOUTH

Condensed Passenger Schedule
PIEDMONT & NORTHERN RAILWAY
COMPANY.
EFFECTIVE August 16, 1914.


Arrivals From Spartanburg Departures For Spartanburg
No. 2. 7:50 a.m. No. 3. 7:00 a.m.
No. 5. 10:00 a.m. No. 4. 3:05 a.m.
No. 7. 11:40 a.m. No. 6. 10:15 a.m.
No. 9. 1:45 p.m. No. 8. 12:10 p.m.
No. 11. 3:05 p.m. No. 10. 2:05 p.m.
No. 15. 5:10 p.m. No. 12. 6:05 p.m.
No. 17. 7:[05?] p.m. No. 14. 6:25 p.m.
No. 19. 9:10 p.m. No. 16. 7:50 p.m.
No. 21. 12:16 a.m. No. 18. 11:15 p.m.

Arrivals From Greenwood and Anderson Departures For Greenwood and Anderson
No. 4. 8:05 a.m. No. 1. 6:00 a.m.
No. 6. 10:11 a.m. No. 3. 7:50 a.m.
No. 8. 12:10 p.m. No. 5. 10:00 a.m.
No. 10. 1:55 p.m. * No. 7. 11:30 a.m.
No. 12. 4:00 p.m. No. 9. 1:45 p.m.
No. 14. 6:30 p.m. No. 11. 3:05 p.m.
No. 16. 7:50 p.m. No. 15. 5:10 p.m.
No. 18. 11:15 p.m. No. 19. 9:30 p.m.
(*) From Anderson ONLY
(**) Trains for Anderson

08291914 7

[across all columns]
GREENVILLE DAILY PIEDMONT, SATURDAY, AUGUST 29, 1914. SEVEN

[5 panel cartoon, spans top section of all columns]
SCOOP THE CUB REPORTER
Some Firing At Th' Front
By "Hop"

[panel 1]
[image of scoop being given command by officer]
HERE YOU-
TAKE THIS
MESSAGE
TO TH'
FRONT!

[panels 2-3]
[image of scoop galloping horse toward the front, passing wounded soldier]
GOOD NIGHT-IF YOOR GOING-
TO TH' FRONT-I JUST TOOK A
MESSAGE THERE AN THIS
IS WHUT I GOT -

[panel 4]
image of scoop bring horse to abrupt halt]
WHOO-
OH!

[panel 5]
[image of back end of horse retreating]
LOO-KOW FOR ME-
I'M GONNA TAKE
A MESSAGE TO
MYSELF AT
TH' REAR-!

[headline, spans all columns]
CLASSIFIED ADS, REAL ESTATE, INSURANCE, BUSINESS NOTICES AND PROFESSIONAL CARD [cut off]

[column 1]

CLASSIFIED
COLUMNS

Want Advertising Rates

Twenty-five words or Less, One
Time 25 cents; 3 Times 50
cents; Six times $1.00.

All advertisements over twenty-
five words prorata for each addi-
tional word. Rated on 1,000
words to be used in a month
made on application.

No advertisements taken for less
than 25 cents, cash in advance.

If your name appears in the tel-
ephone directory you can tele-
phone your want ad to 230 and a
bill will be mailed after its inser-
tion for prompt payment.

THE DAILY
PIEDMONT
TELEPHONE 280

WANTED.
-----------------------------------------------------
WANTED—You to call 420 and make
an appointment for those Banquet,
Wedding, Family reunions and home-
portrait picturess of which we make a
specialty. DeMulder & Son, Photogra-
phers. 8-17-tf
_________________________________
WANTED—To do your printing.
Lewis Printing Co. 8-11-tt
_________________________________
WANTED—To do your cabinet work,
upholstering and furniture repairing.
We also repair locks and [fit?] keys.
Phone 1144. Bulls Repair Shop, 319
Buncombe St. [blurry]
----------------------------------------------------
SITUATIONS WANTED—MALE.
----------------------------------------------------
TO HELP those who are out of a
position or desire a better one. The
Daily Piedmont will print Want ads of
not more than 25 words under this
heading free. No advertisements taken
over phone to be inserted FREE under
this headline.
----------------------------------------------------
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE.
----------------------------------------------------
TO HELP those who are out of a
position or desire a better one. The
Daily Piedmont will print Want ads of
not more than 25 words under this
heading free. No advertisements taken
over phone to be inserted FREE under
this headline.
_________________________________
A lady stenographer and bookkeeper
desires a position. Any one desiring
such services will please write to "S and
B", care Daily Piedmont 7-14-14tf
----------------------------------------------------
FOR RENT.
----------------------------------------------------
FOR RENT—8 room house on Perry
Ave. near standpipe, all conveniences.
[blurry] Phone [blurry]
Hicks 1141. 8-28-tf
_________________________________
FOR RENT—A nice upstairs apart-
ment, 3 rooms, kitchen and hall. All
modern conveniences in house. On
car line, [1846?] Buncombe street. Price
[$15.00?] a month. Phone 1147 7-23-tf
----------------------------------------------------
MISCELLANEOUS.
----------------------------------------------------
WE ARE STILL pleasing particular
people. Lewis Printing Co. 117 W.
McBee Ave. 8-11-tf
----------------------------------------------------
BUSINESS SERVICES.
----------------------------------------------------
MAIL ORDERS given prompt atten-
tion. Lewis Printing Co. 117 W. Mc-
Bee Ave.8-11-tf
_________________________________
[advertisement for Uncle Sol Pawnbroker]

YOUR FRIEND IN NEED
UNCLE SOL.
RELIABLE PAWNBROKER.
Bargains in Unredeemed Pledges.
DIAMONS, WATCHES, JEWELRY
Headquarters for
TRUNKS AND SUIT CASES.
No. 172 8 Main St.

----------------------------------------------------
LEGAL NOTICES.
----------------------------------------------------
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS.

By authority of City Council the
time for payment of City Taxes has
been extended for a period of 15 days
without penalty from Augustt 15th to
31st, inclusive, also a further exten-
sion of 15 days with one (1) per cent
penalty from September 1st to the
15th inclusive. From and after Sep-
tember 15th 1914, the penalty as orig-
inally provided, namely 15 per cent
of the taxes levied will be imposed.
G. FRANK LEAGUE
8-15 to 9-15. City Clerk & Treas.
_________________________________
[advertisement for Daily Piedmont]

If You Don't Want
Results, Don't Use
Daily Piedmont Classi
[fieds.]

[cut off]

[columns 2-3]

[advertisement for Southern Railway]

EXCURSION
TO
ATLANTA, GA.,
AND
BIRMINGHAM, ALA.,
VIA
SOUTHERN RAILWAY
PREMIUM CARRIER OF THE SOUTH
THURSDAY, SEPT. 3, 1914

From Rock Hill, Gaffney, Spartanburg, Union, Greenville, Greenwood,
Abbeville, Anderson, Westminster, and all intermediate points, on the fol-
lowing schedule and excursion fares:

SPECIAL TRAIN


Round Trip Atlanta Excursion Fare Birmingham
Leave Greer 11:20 a.m. $3.25 $6.25
Leave Taylor 11: 38 a.m. 3.25 6.25
Leave Greenville 11:50 a.m. 3.00 6.00
Leave Easley 12:11 p.m. 2.75 5.75
Leave Liberty 12:22 p.m. 2.75 5.75
Leave Norris 12:29 p.m. 2.75 5.75
Leave Central 12:50 p.m. 2.75 5.75
Leave Calhoun 12:58 p.m. 2.75 5.75
Leave Courtney 1:08 p.m. 2.50 5.50
Leave Seneca 1:15 p.m. 2.50 5.50
Leave Richland 1:23 p.m. 2.50 5.50
Leave Westminster 1:32 p.m. 2.50 5.50
Arrive Atlanta 3.53 p.m. (CT)
Leave Atlanta 4.10 p.m. (CT)
Arrive Birmingham 10:00 p.m.
Excursion tickets will be good going only on special train and regular
trains to connect with special train as mentioned above.

EXCURSION TICKETS WILL BE GOOD RETURNING AS FOLLOWS:

To Atlanta: Returning on all regular trains except Atlanta Special and
New York-New Orleans Limited Nos. 1st ans 2nd 38, to reach original
starting point by midnight Monday, September 7, 1914.

To Birmingham: Return on all regular trains except Atlanta Spe-
cial and New York-New Orleans Limited Nos. 1st and 2nd 38, to reach
original starting point by midnight, Tuesday, September 8, 1914.

A RARE OPPORTUNITY

To visit Atlanta, the Metropolis of the South and Birmingham, the
Pittsburg of the South. Attractive Labor Day celebration in Atlanta and
Birmingham.

BASEBALL GAMES

At Atlanta with Montgomery, September 3, 4, 5.
At Birmingham with Nashville September 7, (two games)

FIVE DAYS IN ATLANTA SIX IN BIRMINGHAM

For further information call at your Agent or communicate with
W. E. McBEE, Asst. Gen. Pass. Agt., Columbia, S. C.
W. R. TABER, Trav. Pass. Agt., Greenville, S. C.
G. R. STEELE, City Ticket Agent, Greenville, S. C.
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OFFICES
FOR RENT

Three modern offices in
Mills Bldg. Electric lights,
water, heat and janitor ser-
vice. Well ventilated. At-
tractive lease given to right
party.

Phone 757.

L. A. MILLS
Room 25 Mills Bldg.

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ELECTRIC IRONS
Gower-McBee Electric Co.
Contracting Material
203 W. Washington St. Phone 2169
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H. K. Martin J. Y. Andrews
MARTIN AND ANDREWS
ARCHITECTS
Davenport Bldg. Greenville, S. C.
118 1-2 S. Main St. Phone 2040
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I. MURRAY HAIR
DENTIST
112 1-2 N. MAIN ST.
(Over the Battery)
Phone [1366?]
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DR. W. E. SCOTT
DR. ETHEL BRITTAIN
OSTEPATHS
Office Wallace Building, W. Wash-
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DRS. HAMRICK & NISBE,
DENTISTS.
Vickers-Cauble Building,
Over Bank of Commerce
Phone 2134
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[timetable for Greenville & Western R. R.]

GREENVILLE & WESTERN R. R.
COMPANY.
Time Table No. 1 Effective July 12-14.


STATIONS No. 2 A. M. [blurry] No. 3 P. M. Daily No. 4. A. M. Daily
Lv. Greenville 9:0[1?] 4:04 7:00
" Monaghan 9:0[4?] 4:09 7:12
" White Oak 9:12 4:11 7:18
" Mulligan 9:20 4:14 7:30
" Altamont 9:25 4:2[4?] 7:[50?]
" Travelers Rest 9:25 4:31 7:58
" Holland 9:41 4:34 8:10
" Bates 9:47 4:[?] 8:18
" Cleveland 10: 04 5:04 8:46
" Riverview 10:14 [5?]:05 8:50
Ar Riverfalls 10:24 [5?]:25 9:00

STATIONS No. 2 A. M. [blurry] No. 3 P. M. Daily
Ar. Greenville 10:0[?] 5:66
Lv. Monaghan 10:45 6:46
" White Oak 10:45 6:48
" Mulligan 10:25 6:35
" Altamont 10:25 6:[30?]
" Travelers Rest 10:[?] 6:22
" Holland 10:[?] 6:16
" Bates 10[?] 6:09
" Marietta 9:04 6:05
" Cleveland 9:54 5:50
" Riverview 9:26 5:15
Lv. Riverfalls 9:15 5:30
T. D. SLADE, Supt.
Greenville, S. C.

CHARLESTON & WESTERN CARO-
LINA RAILWAY CO.
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No. Arrive From—
51 Laurens 9:15 a. m.
52 Charleston 4:10 p. m.
55 Columbia 9:45 p. m.

No. Depart From—
[??] Columbia 7:00 a. m.
[??] Charleston 12:20 p. m.
54 Laurens 4:30 p.m.
No. 51 makes connection with No. 8
for Greenwood
No. 52 makes connection with No. 1
for Augusta
No. 55 makes connection with No. 3
for August and No. 7 from Spartan-
burg.
No. 54 makes connection with No. 3
for Spartanburg and No. [8?] for Green-
wood.
Nos. 54 and 55 do not make connec-
tion for Columbia on Sunday.
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POULTRY PROFITS

Profits in poultry are costly lost.
Therefore advertise where you get re-
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[advertisement for Gilfillin & Houston]

$1,000

[Boys?], right now a nice beautiful
vacant lot on W. Sloan Ave. It is [54?]
x 200, nice location with good neigh-
borhood.

RENTS

Collected, and Houses Rented. Just
now we have several very desirable
places for Rent.

Gilfillin & Houston
Several Houses for Rent.
PHONE 592.

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BARGAINS IN LOTS

Earle Street, lot 54 x [200?], highest
point on Earle street, $1,500.00

Vanoy Street, lot 55 x 200, $1,200.00

Nice high lot on Rowley Street, 55
x 200, $1,400.00.

STONE & STONE
Wallace Bldg. Phone 834

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H. OLIN JONES
ARCHITECT AND ENGINEER
GREENVILLE, S. C.
Office: Skelton Building. Telephone 957
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MATHENY REAL ESATE COMPANY.
Davenport Building. Phone 2010

Exclusive Selling Agents
Brandon Annex. White City View.

We buy and sell and exchange Real Estate. Also collect rents.
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LOTS
We Have Residence Lots for Sale on the Following Streets:


Butler Ave. N. Main St. Lavinia Ave. Manley St.
Earle St. Whitsett St. Stone Ave. Buncombe St.
North St. Pettigrew St. Vannoy St. Townes St.
Phone 834. W. A. WALLACE. Wallace Bldg.
$2,600.00 to lend on real estate.
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I Represent Companies Writing Every Kind of
INSURANCE,
HAYNE P. GLOVER, Agent.

Phone 1246. Beattie Building
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It is a strong company of the present and also a PAST RECORD which
promises that it will be a STRONG COMPANY OF THE FUTURE.

ALESTER G. FURMAN
PHONE 593.
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Mr. J. N. Watkins' Lot For Sale

This is a desirable residence lot on Anderson street and is about 90 x
170—Can he cut into two lots.

FOR SALE—A very desirable house and lot in "Cherokee Park"—
just a short distance from Augusta street car line. Seven room, two story
house, sewerage conveniences and electric wiring already done. Nice
shade trees on a large lot. Reasonable cash payment—balance easy.

Also the LANNEOU home place on Crescent Avenue—near Mr. Nor-
wood's and Mr. Tindal's. Nice moden house on beautiful, large lot.

SEVERAL GOOD FARMS FOR SALE.

The William Goldsmith Company
(INCORPORATED)

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THE MUTUAL BENEFIT LIFE
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[column 7]

[advertisement & timetable for Southern Railway]

SOUTHERN RAILWAY
PREMIER CARRIER OF T[HE SOUTH]

Arrival and departures of trains, [?? ef-]
fective July 12, 1914.

[N.?] H. Schedule figures published
information only and are not [guaran-]
teed.

Greenville, S. C.


No. Arrive From
29 N. Y. B'ham Special 1:10
43 Seneca (local) 1:10
[47?] N. Y. 1st Atlanta Special 1:16
57 N. Y. 2nd N. Y. & N. O. Ltd. 1:[16?]
13 Atlanta (local) 2:00
[19?] Greenwood (local) [9?:10]
2[8?] Belton 12:10
14 Columbia 12:10
[11?] Charlotte 4:30
[26?] Atlanta Special 4:20
[28?] New Orleans, N. Y. & N. O. Ltd. 6:20
49 Atlanta (local) 6:20
20 Birmingham, B'ham Spec. 8:16
[41?] Charlotte (local) [9?]:16
[21?] Belton 4:10
44 Atlanta 2:10
17 Columbia 4:55
[83?] New Orleans, Atlanta 6:10
[81?] Charlotte 11:15

No. Depart To
29 Birmingham Special 7:15
42 Charlotte (local) 9:20
39 Atlanta 11:10
37 Atlanta Special, first sec. 1:15
[illegible] New Orleans, 2nd section 1:15
18 Charlotte (local) 2:04
20 Belton 7:[10?]
26 Greenwood 2:00
11 Atlanta (local) 3:[35?]
[36?] New York, Atlanta Special 4:25
[35?] New York, N. T. & N. O. Ltd. 1:15
[49?] Charlotte (local) 2:00
[illegible] New York, B'ham Special [8?]:20
16 Columbia-Charleston 5:26
41 Seneca (local) [6:25?]
35 Atlanta-New Orleans 1:35
42 Atlanta 1:55
44 Charlotte-Raleigh 2:15
30 New York [4:30?]
For further information on
ticket agents or address:
W. R. TABER, T. P. A.
Greenville, S. C.
W. E. McGEE, A. G. P.
Columbia, S. C.
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ATTRACTIVE EXCURSION
VIA
SOUTHERN RAILW[AY]
Premier Carrier of the South
FROM GREENVILLE, S. C.
Spartanburg, S. C. $1.55.

[blurry] Hank Woodman of
World. Tickets on sale August
to 31st, inclusive, incl. limit Sep[tember]
7, 1914.

Calhoun, S. C., $1.16.
Homecoming Clemson College
tents. Tickets on sale August
30, final limit September 2, 1914.

Sumter, S. C., $5[99?]
Grand Lodge Independent
Good Samaritans. Tickets on sale [Sep-
tember 1 to 3; final limit [September]
7, 1914.

Richmond, Va. $15.[99?].
Annual Convention Grand
[remainder of paragrah illegible]

Baltimore, Md. - [illegible]
The National Star Spangled
Centennial. Tickets on sale Septem[ber]
5, 9, [illegible]. Ticket limit Septem[ber]
10, 1914.

Dallas, Texas. $40.45.
American Institute of Banking, [tick-]
ets on sale September 18 to 20. [Ticket]
limit October 2, 1914.

Detroit, Mich. [illegible]
National [illegible] Grand
of the Republic. Tickets on [sale]
August 27-29,-30. Ticket limit Septe[mber]
16, 1914.

Boston, Mass., $[illegible]
Grand United Order of Odd Fel[lows]
of America. Tickets on sale Sep[tember ?]
to [18?]. Ticket limit Sept. 24, 1914.

Philadelphia, Pa., $20.[45?].
National Baptist Convention
ets on sale Sept. 5 to 6, final limit Sep-]
tember [18?], 1914.

Louisville, Ky., $28.[10?].
Spanish War Veterans. Tick[ets on]
sale August 28 to 30, final limit [September
[8?], 1914.

Summer Excursion Fares
The usual summer excursion
week-end tickets are on sale to
[illegible]

For further information call or
or agent or address
W. R. TABOR, T. P. A.,
Greenville, S. C.
W. E. McGEE, A. G. P. A.
Columbia, S. C.

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PIEDMONT AND NORTHERN LINES
THE GREAT ELECTRIC SYSTEM OF THE SOUTH

Condensed Passenger Schedule
PIEDMONT & NORTHERN RAILWAY
COMPANY.
EFFECTIVE August 16, 1914.


Arrivals From Spartanburg Departures For Spartanburg
No. 2. 7:50 a.m. No. 3. 7:00 a.m.
No. 5. 10:00 a.m. No. 4. 3:05 a.m.
No. 7. 11:40 a.m. No. 6. 10:15 a.m.
No. 9. 1:45 p.m. No. 8. 12:10 p.m.
No. 11. 3:05 p.m. No. 10. 2:05 p.m.
No. 15. 5:10 p.m. No. 12. 6:05 p.m.
No. 17. 7:[05?] p.m. No. 14. 6:25 p.m.
No. 19. 9:10 p.m. No. 16. 7:50 p.m.
No. 21. 12:16 a.m. No. 18. 11:15 p.m.

Arrivals From Greenwood and Anderson Departures For Greenwood and Anderson
No. 4. 8:05 a.m. No. 1. 6:00 a.m.
No. 6. 10:11 a.m. No. 3. 7:50 a.m.
No. 8. 12:10 p.m. No. 5. 10:00 a.m.
No. 10. 1:55 p.m. * No. 7. 11:30 a.m.
No. 12. 4:00 p.m. No. 9. 1:45 p.m.
No. 14. 6:30 p.m. No. 11. 3:05 p.m.
No. 16. 7:50 p.m. No. 15. 5:10 p.m.
No. 18. 11:15 p.m. No. 19. 9:30 p.m.
(*) From Anderson ONLY
(**) Trains for Anderson