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Crawford & Humphreys Bon-Ton Musical
Comedy Co. present
"The Black Statue"
with Black Crawford doing; thc Blackface'Comedy.
Also featuring thc great White Oak Quartette.
Thia i? a clean, clever Tah Show. Your money b*?k it
you are dissatisfied.
Movies for Today
"THE FENCING MASTER"-Majestic
Two Reel Drama.
"GUSSIE'S WAYWARD PATH"-Key
We will be closed from 6:15 to 7:30 for Supper from
now on through the Summer. This will give us an oppor
tunity to disinfect, ventilate,' 'and purify the air of the
theatre before the night performance.
The Road to Success Leads
Through the "Spot Cash"
Your daily savings will create a fund lu keep you out of a
May We Have the Pleasure of Showing You?
We have in fresh vegetables this week Irish Potatoes,
Onions, Cabbages, Beans and Tomatoes, Beets and Squash.
We carry a complete line of groceries. Always new and
fresh as wc turn it fast. ; .
Our market is dandy clean and sanitary.
Phone us your meat wants. If you are expecting company
this week we will lill them QUICK.
The Spot Cash Grocery
Phone 181. J. P. NOBLITT, Mansger. 121 N. Main.
Ebie Janis In
"The Caprices of
This is a four reel Paramount feature.
Written and acted by the world-famous
DONT FAIL TO SEE THIS PICTURE
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New, Clean, Sanitary, Pleasing
Fresh Meats ?nd Fish
of the very ?best glades only.
Fish dressed, and cleaned perfectly without additional expense.
Free and Quick Delivery Anywhere.
S. C HAYNIE mod lt & TUCKER, Prop*.
457 VV. Market Phone 887.
DR. AND MRS. VINES
CONGREGATION FIRST BAP
TIST CHURCH ADOPTED
Appreciation of Splendid Services
of Dr. and Mrs. Vines ia
rtefjlutlonn exprrostng appreciation
'if the cervices rendered the Kira?
Faptlst church and thlp community
by th? Rev. John F. Vines. D. ?..
ind Mrs. Vines, and voicing the re
gret of the congregation- that this
beloved pastor haa tendered bin resig
nation, were adopted giinda" morn
ing hy the congregation of tho First
Baptist church, at a meeting held at
ter thc regular services.
The resolutions, which were drawn
up hy a committee consisting of
Messrs. C. B. Earle, T. Allen and
R. R. King, read as foMows:
Waereas, our beloved pastor. Dr.
Ino. V. Vines, who lina served us
for seven years so loyally, unroberv
odly and efficiently-fervently and
fervently and fearlessly preaching the
gospel aud effectively practicing what
US preached-has announced bin in
tention to leave us June first, to as
sume thc duties of another field;
And whereas, such announcement
from him has brought lo us, his con
gregation, the keenest regret-at the
same time bringing us to a-deep ap
preciation nf his most tplend??* loyal
and offectlvo labors In our tntust. dur
ing his fruitful pastorate;.
And whereas, Mrs. Vines, through
her untiring and unsolflrh service,
and devotion to the cause of the
I church, baa endeared herself to our
Now. thererore. bc lt resolved. By
thc congregation of thc First Baptist
church, of Andcruon. That the resigna
tion of Dr. Vines, tendered after ma
ture deliberation on his part hut
against the wishes of his congrega
tion, be and thc same b hereby, ac
cepted, in.tho spirit in which lt was
Resolvod further. That In thc resig
nation of Dr. Vines and in his and
Mrs. Vines' departure from our com
munity.-our church, our new college
which bo has served BO well aa presi
dent and otherwise, and thc whole
community have suffered a decisive
loss; and v'o wish horeby to cxprest
our keen sorrow and regret that tb?
tie which i'or seven years haa st
strongly bound pastor and people I'
now to be broken ; and to go on rec
ord also in an expresi?n of our deep
and sincere Appreciation ot the in
valuable services rendered by Dr.
abd Mrs. Vines tn our church, our
college, our city and our community:
-they having- stood at all times, fear
less and aggresive, for all thc htlngt
which ?'ere for the best interest and
highest concern of the people whom
they delighted to serve, and having
llkewlso at all times vigorously con-,
demned and fought all the forces ol
That we especially and emphatical
ly endorse and commend the fearless
warfare which Dr. Vines has relent
lessly waged against sin in all ita
forma while serving this church'; and
that we recognise with gratitude thr
wholesome, far-reaching results ot
tito labors lu this direction. We feli
citate the people whose pastor he lr
to become: and pray that his work lo
thc new field may be attended with
the splendid success which ha? mark
ed his labors tn Anderson.
Resolved Further, That these reso
lutions be inscribed upon the minut?e
of tba church, and that a copy ol
3*me be given to Dr. and Mrs. Vines.
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+ AT THE HOTELS ?
Th? following guests were regis
tered yesterday at the St. James
C. (ade. Bordeaux. N. C.
Mr. and Mrs. Edmond Morris
Bpartanburg, S. C.
Donold Atvord. Clearwater, Fla..
Miss ElcMjlyn Alvon!. Clearwater,
James P. McLeod. Charlotte. N. C.
- W. J. Giles, Charlotte. N. C.
L. P. Jones. Atlanta, Ga.
A. H. Livesey. Philadelphia. Pa.
L. L. Hester, Heh ?er. 8. C.
S. J. Hester. Hester. 8. c.
J. R. Vandb'or, An?J?7bOB. 'J. C.
J. W. Mart?. J. Anderson. 9. C.
Dilbert White. Charlotte. N C.
W. 8. Mcclelland. Charlotte. N. C.
C. W, Prank. Charlotte. N. C.
F. Barwell. Wllllamston, 8. C.
B. Oner. Chattanooga, Tenn.
Edward E. Shad. Baltimore. Md. -
II. J. Moore. SparUnbnrr. 8. C.
W. T. OBI. Charlotte. N. C.
J. E. H UL Augusta. Ga. .
W. V. Buss.'Spartanburs. 8. C.
Chas. B. Rabb. Columbia, 8. C.
A. At Levy. Atlanta. Gs. '
A. H. Sun field. Baltimore. Md.
They Are 7i Tenn OM.
"For. sosie tune wat my, wjte sd?
myself were troubled with kfdne?
trouble." writes T. B. Carpenter. Har
risburg, Pa. "Wo suffered rheumatic
natos all through the body. The firs
few doses of Foley Kidney Pills re
llevad as. After taking five bottle'
between us we ore entirely cured. Al
though wu ?re both lu the se ven tie:
rr* are ns vigorous sn we were 8<
"ears ago.'* Foley Kidney Pills stol
Slew disturbing bladder weakaese
backsche, rheumatism. duralness
swollen joints nod sore muscles
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Cross Section ol
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First Day of Cl
TWO DELIGHTFUL NUMBERS
WERE RENDERED YES
Enjoyed Both Afternoon and
Evening Program?--Don F.
Thomas New Supt.
To sn vc the best for the last 1? not
the plan of the Redpath Chautauqua,
which is holding, thc boards here this
.vcek for they, could not have made
x better selection thap in thc two
programs given for their opening
lumbers yesterday afternoon and last
A record breaking audience was
present yesterday afternoon at three
-/clock for the first number of the
wee}., - and .proved beyond a doubt
'.hat the people of Anderson learned
last year to expect great thing3 ut
the Redpath pedple.
Mr. Dt.'key. the popular superin
tendent for last year is not herc this
vcur but In his place is Mr. Don F.
Thomas..who will no doubt make a
stace of ria own. for from the first
ie had s ready response from thc
Audience. ' . ?-i <J. .
In behulf of Mr... Thomas. Mr. Syl
ester Long made the introductory
cmarka in a very happy and a ur ac
ive manner, pointing out the benefits
md advantages lo any cotnuiuulty of a
Ho.then introduced the performers
'or the afternoon, the "Music Mail
ors," four gifted young men, who
'or an hour delighted the audience
nrltii a beautiful program of quartette
?nd rolo work.
Tho four Voices of great depth and
Bwerrtnesa blended beautifully and
inch selection showed not only care
ful study, but a natural gift and in
terest in tho work. Several numbers
m the 'program was the playing of
in interesting and beautiful instru
nent. the k'Marlnbaphone. "
At night the audience w is even
larger than at tte . afternoon perfor
mance, and again the music makers
lellghted the audience with a beau
tifully rendered program, after which
tba speaker for tho evening was In
rodtuod. Mr. Sylvester A. Long.
His subject, "Hungary People" was
lealt with in a'masterfully manner,
fie quickly gained the sympathy of his
\udicnco by his attractive person
alty, and in glowing words painted
he ideals and possibilities of tiaca'
His talk was an Inspiration to ali
.bat is best aad blghest a<<d to put the
.he every day-duties of life on a high
His Illustrations were especially
Ittlng anti appropriate, and through
t all waa a,vein ot humor that found
I quick response and ready syro
?athy from the immenae audience.
Truly the first flay of the Redpath
Chautauqua was a splendid success.
We arc sole agents for
Spalding's Tennis and
Base Bstt goods.
Fart's Book Store
f the Lusitania.
S. LOUNGE," f I
FRANK AGAIN HEARS
JUNE 22 DATE SET FOR EX*
ECUTION OF ALLEGED
Atlanta, May 10.-With emphatic
reiteration of hi? innocence. Lee M.'
Frank stood before judge Hill in BU-'
perler court herc today and waa re
acutenced to be hanged Tuesday. June
22; for tho murder of Mary Phagan.
Vi e prisoner's ?rife, who sat at the
table with bia attorneys, bowed her
head and Bobbed quietly as the court
pronounced sentence. Frank stood
erect and evoke clearly when naked if
hq had anything to say why sentence
should not bepaBsed. He declared
he bad absolutely no guilty knowi
edge of the crime for which he wat?
convicted, and asserted the evidence
conclusively proved he la Innocent
adding that his trust waa in God. who
knows his protestations of innocenst
aro the truth.
N'o date has been sci by the Geor
gia prison commission for hearing
Prank's application to have his deatl
sentence commuted to life: Imprison
ment. It ia thought by many who
have watched the caso that a brief
respite will likely be granted toi pr
ier to give ample time'.for the com
mission to studv the app?al.:
Atlanta. May 10.- Leo M. Frank
today was resentenced-to bo harjgCd
to death June 22 for the murder of
Mary Phagan, thc Atlanta factory
Sentence pronounced by Judge Hill
laked him if he had anything to say as
why sentence not be pronounced on,
ilm he arose, threw bac^ his , head
ind without once referring-, to the
text gave with emphasis his declara
tion of Innocence. In part he said:
"The full truth and all facts la th?
case when they como to * IJght, na
some day thev wilt, will prove to the
nor ld that my assertion of in nocen'-?
IB the truth. ! . v
"Legal arena closed to me. ; Ban ia
minced forever against further - legal
process. Yet the Issue of guilt or
Innocense has ..been before but one
.onrt thut in which the Jury sat.
"All subsequent appeals were made
ipon alleged legal or Jurisdiction er
rors, not upon - facta or evidence
Doubt of the trial judge a? to my
?utlt still remains."
Gov. Hinton's Views.
New York, May 10.-Governor
9laton of Georgia, tn a statement giv
ra here tonight regarding the F/ink
:asc. said there waa a possibility that
lie might not be called upon to -act.
rte stated lt would probably Vequlrf
lome time for th* paruon board to
review the cvldcu^' and Its recom
mendations might not be reedy before
Harris s. cceeds as governor.,in June.
MONDAY'S PROGRAM '
'The Whirling Disc"
A two kee! drama with I'll? Madison and Jo? JsJaf.
"Eddie'? Awful Predicament"
A great comedy.
A great atetare with Ropert Jalla? and Elsie Jane Wfltea.
COMING IfEONESpAT-^M?TlB of The titeu" ? three fart
society drama with Bob Leonard and LDa Ball.
AH contest tickets honored at ho? office.
S BIG REELS- 'ic and 10c
Good rVfttsic -> Unrvenal Servfc?
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No doubt there were many who
criticized Mr. Astor for buying that
f arni which was then located who?r$
the heart of New Yorjc city is now.
There were many others who had
the same opportunity ks Mr. Astor,
but they licked business judgment
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Aft?r this property enhanced m
value "they" probably s?id th?t^MK
Astor was "luc?y?u - ;$ ;
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What did Mr. Astor care what?
"they" said? ' '-,
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>What will you care after tjpgf*
North Anderson^ property-h^ld^^lii:
ed and' trebled m value ?f-ty?yASffi*
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Pearl buttons at
^ Color, Material and Fit
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Straw Hats $ 1.50 to $4 .00
Panamas J?5.0C? to $6.00
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