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"A BEAR AFFAIR"-Keystone.
"BRONCHO BILLY"-Featuring G.
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"The Death Sign at High Noon"-Kalem.
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e. GEORGE T. HARMON
DIED THURSDAY NiGHT
WELL KNOWN METHODIST
MINISTER OF SOUTH CAR
ONCE SERVED HERE
Was Retired From Active Service
By Methodist Conference
Several Years Ago.
The Kev. George T. Harmon died
it his home in Williamson Thurs
day nlgnt at 12 oVIock, at the ago of
}5 years. Funeral services we^e held
reMterday afternoon ut 6 oVIock.
Mr. Harmon waa one of the hes!
known ministers in the South Carolina
Conference and was auporannauted io
1906. Ile served what was tho" the
Anderson Biatlon during the year
1873. After ho was superannuated
by tli<* conference he refused to ru
.elvo the regular salary willoh ls paid
hy tho conference to these minis
ters und served as a supernumerary
Mr. Hannon was married to Miss
Margaret Slebels, siHter of Mt*, ft. S.
ind Mr. il. E. Lignn's mother, lu the
/oar 18711. Mrs. Harmon nreceded
tier husband to the grave seve. s i years
igo. He ls survived hy four child
ren: Mrs. Peter Stokes, Carrie Ixm,
George, Thomas und Maggie Slebols.
HELD MEETING AT
Mr. Byers and Miss Carlington
Spoke There Yesterday Af
Mr. 3. M. Bvars. county demonstra
ion agent and Miss Jauic C. Garling
.on met yesterduy afternoon at the
Hammond school with the ladles ot
hut section for tho purpose of dis
missing with them the subjects of
multry and canning.
As the canning season in the coun
y ls to begin soon Miss G ar Hg too
s getting in touch with as many of
he ludies UB possible In order that
tho may tell them something about
:annlnf. Her talk yesterday after
loou was very instructive and some
valuable points wore given to the
louse wt ves.
Mr. Byar's lecture on poultry was
or thc purpose of getting the peo
>le more Interested in pure bred
.lil. kons and it is lier desire to see
hu mongrel breeds supplanted by
ioma good registered breed.
"When my daughter had whooping
?ough she coughed BO hard at one
Into thut Bite had hemorrhage ot the
unga. 1 waa terribly alarmed about
?cr ccondltlon. Seeing Chamberlain's
''ough r.?mody so highly recommend
>d 1 got her a bottle and it rolleved
he cought at once. Before she had
irnlshed two bottles of thia remedy
tho Waa entirely well," writes Mrs
3. P. Grimes, CrookavUte, Ohio. Ob
Resignation Accepted by Atlanta
Tho following article from The At
aita Georgian says that the Second
Baptist church of Atlantiy has sc
repten. Dr. White's resignation and
hat he ls coming io. Anderson Sep
Dr. John E. White's connection with
he Second Baptist church will he
e'rmtnated September 1. At a meet
ng of the church members Wednea
lay afternoon, il was decided to ac
cept Dr. White's resignation, and a
'osolutlon to that offed was framed,
o bc read Sunday before the congre
Several talks were made expressing
egret at Dr. White's resignation. He
ina announced that he will accent the
tall to the First Baptist church, of
Anderson, 8. C.
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IN SUMMER SCHOOL
Many Applications for Enrollment
Received at Pres. Johnson's
Hook Hill. May 28.-Applications
for enrollment at thu summer school
ot Winthrop College are coming la
lo the office in great numbers. They
show & aeral appr?ciation o? the
courses offered for the teachers of the
state by the men mid women of real
ability and national reputation wno
have been secured at great expense
to gi? ? the summer Behool that touch
with great men and great problems
that makes for great teaching. lt
ls the privilege of u life tillie for those
who caunot attend a big i nlversity to
have the University send to them Ita
specialists in tile , various phases or
Those who have been charmed and
Instructed by the delightful person
ality and tue inspiring work of Miss
Eddy Shaw, New York's greatest ex
pert In nature study, are already writ
ing to the college of the friends they
are going to bring especially to hear
Miss Shaw. Several recent letters
have referred to the six weeks of the
summer school as the. 'beginning of
r-jally effective work, tn the school
room. I v j ?ii ?ej (>
L?r. Pearce and Dr. Corson, who,
in addition to their present high pos
ition in the educational work of Wis
consin and Ohio, have both been pres
ident of the greatest educational body
in tho world, the National Education
Association, will bring fresh messages
of Inspiration and enthusiasm to their
It is easy to see from the in
creasing numbers of letters of appli
cation why the college authorities ure
lookiug forward to June loth us tho
begiunlng of the greatest summer
school In the history of the State. The
reduced railroad rates are lu effect
I REAL KIDNEY MEDICINE
I feel that I ought to tell what I
know about Swamp-Boot and what lt
has done for me. 1 was down and
out and had to quit work in 1906; I
only weight 135 pounds. The doctor
said I had Kidney trouble in Ute
worst form, and my. liver was out of
order; and I had ~_ Rheumatism so
badly I could not get around. One
day I picked up an Almanac and
saw your advertisement, and lt flt
my caae exactly, i got a one-dol
lar bottle and took; it and when it
waa gone I felt so much better that
I bought Ave more Bottles of Dr. Kil
mer's Swamp-Root and I was a well
man; my weight Increased until I
weigh 219 pounds. " I am 65 yeera
old and I am feoiitfg flee and work
eVery day. I have three men who
knew me when I had to quit work
In the mill In 19<M, and who will
make affidavit to niy present health.
If you want to use the above state
ments aa my testimonials) you have
Toura very truly,
W. T. GRAVES.
Personally arrested* before me,
this 4th day of February, .19W, W. T.
Graves, who subscribed the above
statement and made oath that the
same la true In substance and In fact
ROBERT ?. BRAGDON.
My commission expires Jan. 8, 1917.
Dr. Kilmer * Csv
Binghamton, X. _%
Prove What Rnamp.Roet WK!
Bo Fer Yee
Bend ten rents to Dr. Kilmer &
Co., Binghamton, N. Y., for a sample
sise bottle. It will convince anyone.
You wit lalso receive a booklet, of
valuable information, telling about
the kidneys and bladder. When writ
ing, be nure and mention the Ander
son Daily Intelligencer. Regular
fifty-cent and one-dollar else bottles
tor sale at all, drug stores, _
Saved From Lusitania.
This little ir i ri was made happy in
Queenstown with a doll after she had
lust her mother, father, brother, and
aunt when the Lusitania went down.
"Everybody is sorry for me because
daddy and mamma aro gone," said
she. "But they will come back.
Mamma 1? coining on tho next boat."
The little girl was separated from
her relatives after t-ho torpedo struck
the vessel. She rau into Edward
Cowper, a Toronto newspaper man.
lie placed her in a boat and she laud
ed safely at Queenstown.
THIS MORNING 130
Fourth Union District Sat ada As
sociation'to Hold Meeting
The union meeting of the Fourth
Union District of tho Saluda associa
tion will be held with the First Bap
tist church in this city today and to
morrow. The program for the meet
ing ls as follows:
10.30 o'clock-Devotional services
conducted by W. B. Hawkins.
i; o'clock.-Introductory sermon by
T. L. Smith.
Enrollment delegates. .
2 o'clock-First que.'y. - VHow Can
the Churches be Induced to Take an
Interest tty the Work of the 'Inion
Meetings."-W. B. Hawkins, J. F.
Vines, W. W. Leathers.
8 o'clock-"Did Christ Set up
the Kingdom of Heaven- Durfng His
Ministry in Folflllmen.. of Daniel's
Prophecy In Chapter 2-44? if He Did
Was lt Local and Visible and What
Was its Mission?"-O. L. Martin. J.
A. Anderson, J. W. Esk-, w.
In view of the fact that the com
mencemcnt sermon of the Anderson
College will be preached at the First
Baptist church In Andorson on Sun
day, May 30, the Union meeting wilt
suspend Its services and Join in ' the
All the churches comprising the
Fourth Unica district are urged to
send delegates to this meeting. The
First Baptist church . steads a hearty
welcome to all who mi y attend.
F. L. BROWN.
M. C. SMITH,>.
M. C. SUMTER,
OC fi? Co.
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