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The Best Plumbers
The Best Material
The Best Prices
Repair calls receive the
most prompt attention
. We are now prepared
Ito install new outfits
either on contract, or
time and material, un
der the supervision of
an Expert in Plumbing
See us before you let
your contract for
Plumbing or Heating
and you will not be
sorry. If you need a
Plumber That is a
Plumber, Phone 253.
"The Autocrat of die
Is Nice, ex tr a-thin sliced
We carry the celebrated
Armour's "Very Best"
and Kingans 'Reeliable''
They are skinned, and
sliced very thin by auto
matic machinery, ' and
packed in perfectly sani
tary cartons, without the
breakfast, bacon being
tokened by any man's,
hands. This insures an
absolutely sanitary meat,
and aa the price at which
we sell it, you can't af
ford to be without it.
Packed :n Cartons, net
weight l pound.3?k
I * i. , jlL/Ljjiragh
You can buy a bottle of Dr. Hilton's
Ute For The Liver ? nd Kidneys No.
5, and danns* your system from ?ll
lmpuritUs of your boOr. nnd eave
lots ot sickness end lost time. Price
26 av? 60 cents.
for ente hy alt druggist*.
Drisfcflbute* by Murray Bras Oe,
Columbia. ?. C
Si'll O I. A ?SHH? mid KN TH A M I!
Tho ?3catjiin.itInn for th>> award of
vacant scholarship in Winthrop Col
lege und tor thu admission of in'W
siinl?-nts will ho held at the County
Court House on Friday, July ut li
a. m. Applii'anta must not be ICHH
(han sixteen years of aixe. When
Scholarel lpg are vacant after July 2
they will Le uwurded to those making
the highest average at this examina
tion, provided they meet the condi
tions governing the award. Appll
canta for Scholarships should write
to President Johnson before the ex
amination ."or Scholarship examina
Scholarships ar? worth $100 and
tree tuition. Tho next session will
open September 15, 1915. For further
Information and eatnlogue, address
Pren. I?. K. Johnson, Hock Hill, S. C.
They Lace In Front
$2.00 to $10.00
Fitted by our Cometiere.
DONT CARRY A HANDICAP
Did you ever etop to think that
your every action, every thought,
your 'disposition, and character are
Influenced every day by the condi
tion of your Liver? Failure tn life
may be'the direct result of a disor
Dr. Hilton's LIf* For The Liver and
Kidneys will he? ,> your liver In per
j feet condition. Get a bottle.
For Sale by all Druggists.
MURRAY DRUG CO., Distributora
_--Columbia. 8. C.
Bye and Bye
Loads to the house of
>. u fi ....
Begin now, save s
part of your earnings
will soon count up
when deposited In the
i Savings Department of
Bank of Anderson
The strongest bank
in the county.
This 1B the time of the year
wheo, you are putting away
your blankets, comforts, winter
Dont make the mistake of
packing them away soiled.
Havo them cleaned and reno
vated first They will not only
be ready for Instant use when
you wai. them, but you'll find
they will keep a !ot Hetler
?uu't attract moths sn easy
either, for s? get all of th?
grease ont of them.
Don't put the work off till
later and then forget lt.
i C GADSDEN SAYRE
405-406 Blacklay Bmiding
Anderson, S. C.
Chisholm, Trowbridge & Suggs
Nev TfchsVa BSJMIISI
i ^ff. Wbito*T St.
(By E. O. 8KI-LKR8, Acting- Director of
Munday Behool *'?>,!. u of Moody Bibi?
LESSON FOR JUNE 20
PRAYER FOR THE TEMPTED.
LB88ON TP:XT-P?*'m 1?.
GULDEN TEXT-Ketp me from tb?
snare which they have laid for me.
Tho style of this psalm closely re
sembles the knowu psalms f David In
the Hrst part of the psalter. From
Its structure aud character, it la to
be credited to David. In it are pre
sented complaint, prayer and confi
dent hope of relief. It la a petition for
deliverance from sins to which bia af
flictions tempted bim, and from th?
enemies who caused his affliction.
I. Prayer. "My prayer directed'*
(vv. 1, 2). There is good reason for
believing David wrote this while go
ing through the experience recorded
in I Samuel 24. It ls evident he is
passing through a time of great Btress
and was in dire need of help for he
urges "haste" in giving heed to his
call. (Luke 18:1-8). David looks to
Jehovah as bia only and sure belper.
We are told to omit the first word
"unto" in thia verse and to read, "I
bavo called thee." Every human help
had failed and faith fearlessly turnB to
God. Can God be urged? Surely we
are taught that God respects bis
"remembrancers" who cry "day and
night" (Psalm 40:13; 69:17. 18; 70:5;
71:12; 143:7). To fold the bands
weakly and to "bide his time" is usu
ally an evidence of spiritual debility
and or a desire to shirk the work
Involved in a true exercise of prayer.
True faith knows but one way of de
liverance, that or prayer (Phil. 4:8, 7),
and those who call in faith get deliv
erance (Rom. 10:13). Such prayer,
the fruit or heart and Hps, is before
God "as incense" and ita effectiveness
does not depend upon ita being pre
sented in the tabernacle-lt ls a "sac
rifice" of praise well-pleasing to God.
We are to pray to God through his
Son and in the Holy Spirit Such
prayer ia set forth. before him aa a
sacrifico of aweet smelling savor.
II. Practice. "Incline not my heart
. . to practice wicked works"
(v. 4). Such prayer as here suggested
demande a preparation of purity. As
the "Incense" wss prepared with
great care (Ex. 80:36) and Its fra
grance waa brought out by fire (Rom.
8:26, 27; Eph. 6:18), so likewise there
must be a continual practice of prayer
and an abaence of "wicked works."
Ia no way are we ao apt to sin as
with our Ups, but back of the Ups la
the heart (Matt 16:11; Luke 6:45).
The tongue can no man tame (Jamea
3:8), yet God ia able and hie way is
to cleanse the fountain. To have
the mouth filled first with prayer and
praise and then with evil ls contrary
to reason and to God's commands.
David recognised that the heart la the
source of "wicked works," and prayed
that he be not even "Inclined" to
them (Matt 6:13; Jam. 1:13). If he
"keeps the door" we have a safe guard
Ps. 127:1). '
III. Position. "Let him reprove me"
vv. 6-7. "Faithful are the wounds ot
a friend." Thia seems to be the po
sition David desired to occupy, one
that would be "a klndnesa" to him.
Such correction ls sa awset oil. OH
la healing and soothing end here sym
bolizes the healing effect of corree*
tlon. Fools hate reproof, wlae men
plead for it. David not only welcomed
wiadom but (see R. V.) promises to
pray for auch friends when calamities
come upon them and in the time when
thoy are overcome by wickedness.
When such are cast down by the rocky
roadside "they shall hear my words,"
says David, and they will be sweet
The psalmist's experience, when hunt
ed aa a partridgeaftaught him how to
appreciate the petitions of Jonathan,
-his friend, whose words to him were
"sweet" A careful reading ot veres
seven reveals David's dire extremity
(see Am. R. V.). Dcat?i stared him
in the face. His noel wes torn ss "one
ploweth and cleavetb the earth."
IV. Protection. "In thee do I put ny
trust" (R. V.). Though thus brought
low David knew where to turu, sad
one to whom he could look. The
'church of Carlet needs to look to
God, tn become like him. It needs the
transforming, encouraging, energixln/,
vision. David 1s now taklng'hls ey?ja
off the difficulties and Axing them on
tbe one who enables htm to over
come. "Look unto me and be ye
saved." Literally his prayer ls
"make not my soul naked" or "pour
hot out my soul."
Whoever else a man hanns by blt
sta he harms himself most
Saloonkeepers sud their sons most
frequently fill the grove cf tbs drunk
Gamblers nearly ali lose their essy
"They that take the sword perish
by the sword." Our only safety ls Je
God ls constantly answering this
last prayer-, and we do aee the wicked
falling Into their own nets (Pa. 7:
16:16; 87:14. 16; Ex. 7:10).
This lesson has a strong tempeisnce
suggestion snd application. (1) Pray
ers that Oed will hear; (I) Prepara
tion ot the mouth and heart; (3) Pe
tition far reproof to learn thereby;
(4) Protection from temptation sad
Services in the Churches of
First Baptist, Corner East Churi
St. John's Methodist, Corner Ri
First Presbyterian, Corner West
Central Presbyterian, Corner N<
A. R. P., Corner North McDufl
Grace Episcopal, Corner South
' Christian, Corner Greenville an
St. Joseph's Catholic, Corner N
FI HST BAPTIST
9:45-Touchers' prayer service.
10:00-Sabbath school. Dr. A. L.
11:30-Publie worship, sermon b^
Dr. B. D. Hahn.
3:00-Meeting of the executive com
mittee of the W. M. S.
4:00-Regular business meeting ot
the W. M. S. Election of officers for
the new year. Every member urged
to be present.
FIRST PB F SBYTU RI A N
The services at the First Presby
terian church will be held as follows
tomorrow: Sabbath school at ten
o'clock. MT. E. W. Brown, superin
tendent in charge. Preaching at
11:30 by the pastor, Rev. W. H.
Frazer, D. D. There will be no night
service owing to trhe tent meeting
nunder the auspices of the St. John's
Methodist churcb. A very cordial in
vitation Is extended to the public wor
nhpi with us at all times.
Rev. J. H. GIbboney, rector. Phone
Services fpr the third Sunday after
Trinity, June 20th.
8:00-The Holy Eucharist.
11:30-Morning prayer and ser
mon . - . _
?0 BEGIN CONCHETE
Foreman Is Expected to Arrive
This Morning-Asphalt Plant
Is Being Placed.
The forema t who will superintend
the laying of the concrete for the city
paving is xpected to arrive today and
lt was stated yesterday that unless
[something unforeseen happened, this
work would start on Monday morn
ing. The work ot lowering the wa
ter mains on Wost Market street ha?
been going on gor the past few days
and everything is almost ready for
the concrete work.
The, first shipment of asphalt has
carried andi is being unloaded in the
Bine Ridge railway yards. The rail
road company Jias a force of hands
putting down extra skiing for the
plaint and it was stated yesterday
that it was thought everything would
be in readiness* to begin mixing with
in the next two weeks.
A great part of the machinery of
the plant has arrived and is standing
op flat cars. This machinery stays
mounted on these trucks and saves
the trouble of loading and reloading.
SUES FOR $2,680.00
RESULT OF COLLISION
Greenville Woman Emp'wva
Council to Bri*? Action
Against John H. Earle.
Greenville.' June- 18.-As a conse
quence ot tho Ea? lo-Fayonsky colli
sion nnd episode on North Main street
! Tuesday ?vening, it 4s rumored that
Fayonsky will bring action against
John H. Karie for $20.000 damages, on
account ot alleged humiliation ,to Bira.
Fayonsky. It'was reported that Fay
onsky had retained Ute firm ot Sir
Vue abd McKlssIck to represent him.
when asked this afternoon about
Ute purported action, Capt. 8irri.no
denied Gmt tho action won'* be for
$?0,000 damages, bat adm.:??d that
Fayonsky had sought the firm of 8lr
rine and Mcklsslck to Institute tho, ac
tion. Fayouaky said that he waa
Kinch grieved over Ole tre*unent r.'^
corded his vito and her humilirtl?n
aa a result of the affair.
It waa also reported t?>at ?>rle
.would have a warrant issued for fir*.
Fayonsky charging her with aaaanlt
and battery. ;
?I?Y RI?NEV POIS
lc* ttACKACK* HJQtttYg 4UU skiing*
ch and Manning Streets,
ver and MoDufile Streets.
Whitner and Towers Streets.
Drth Main and Orr Streets,
le and Society Streets.
McDufi?e and Morriss Streets,
d Fant Streets.
IcDufTle and Earle Streets.
5:00-Even song and sermon.
TV.ursday-'Feast of St. John Bap
Witherspoon Dodge, pastor. Sunday
school at 10:15. Morning service at
11:30, subject of sermon. "The Chris
tian Meal of World Wide Peace, and
the Way to Achieve lt."
No evening service on account of
our cooperation in the McLendon ser
8T. JOHN'S METHODIST
Sunday school at 10 o'clock. Preach
ing in morning at 11:30, afternoon at
4 and evening at 8:30. all three ser
vices being in the tent.
A. R. P. CHURCH
Children day exercises In the Sab
bath school at 10:15. Preaching at
U:30, subject, "Now or Never." No
SERVICES AT GLUCK
Rev. KL A. Sith, an evangelist or
Gainesville, Ga,, will preach at Gluck
Mill Baptist church Sunday morning,
and night. The- public is cordially
lnvtted to attend the services.
W. 8. Headley Here.
Mr. W. S. Hendley of New York,
superintendent of the agencies of the
Mutual Life Insurant company ls
in Anderson visiting, the agenta.
NEW FREIGHT STATION
Southern to Svend $100,000 For
Improved Facilities For
Spartanburg, June 18.-Southern
railway will immediately hul'd
Spartanburg, a modern freight termi
nal consisting of separate Inbound
and outbound warehouses with ample
team track facilities, involving con
struction to cost In the neighborhood
of $100,000.00. Authority for these
Improvements has been granted and
plds are now being solicited '.rom
The new facilities will consist of a
ono story Inbound freight house 40x
198 feet, with'two story office section
40x52 feet the building to be con
structed of brick with) concrete floor1
and fire proof roof, and to be equip
ped with rolling eteel doora; a mod
ern one story outbound treight house
22x260 feet, with concrete floor and
baae, frame construction and flro
proof roof; four house tracks, with s
capa Ity of 3? acres, and four team
tracks with a capacity of 29 acres."
Teamways serving both warehouse* j
and the team tracks will be paved
with vitrified brick. A 20 ton pillar
crane will also be provided for the
bundling cf heevy freight.
Work on ilusa ?iut.^-^ftnts win
be started ss souu as the. contract
Ima been awarded end the necessary
material assembled sad they will be
rushed to completion aa rapidly as
Fears Feed Riots.
Washington, June 18.-The food
situation in Vera Cms. has become so
desperate that Rear Admiral Caper
ton, fearing food riots, has proposed
to the navy department that war
ships be need to transport relief sup
plies and thus increose his forcea
For the present, however, navy offi
ciels havie decided not to increase the
American forcea there, but will con
tinue sending supplies on trans
Becker Loses Appeal.
Albany. N. Y., June 18.-The court
of appeals today denied the appllca
aon ot Charles Becker for reargu
ent; Ita decision affirming his sen
tence to ueath.
York county wheat raisers will be1
Interested In the fallowing news Item j
from the Cheater Reporter: "Mr. JV!
Hobbins, of Lowryvilte, R. F. D. 8,|
says there ls a farmer in the Carter's
neighborhood who has ,heads of wheat
In bte field sot inc' ea long. tr ree
trains to the husk and single gi alna i
along kiowa the stalk? and wanta to
hear from anyone wtef esa come up
te Carter's ta tiri? particular.-York
: Contente 15Kelli
For Infants and Children.
Mothers Know That
Exact Copy of Wrapper.
THI CCWTAWn COMf AMT. MCW VOM ?TT.
Spend your money^ nt Jiqrae. Buy South Car
olina custom hand made harness, bridles, etc., at
factory prices. A trial order will prove our as
sertion. We buy htfjea and tallow at highest
priera. WrAe us your-wants and offerings.
Columbia, S. C.
+ Action BS ? j
"Prepared In mind and resources," reads the motto on the
coat of arms of South Carolina-and every word of it'a true.
But, to crystalize this preparedness into fruitful results, the old
Palmetto State needs action, Action, ACTION.
Lot us review her state of preparedness as concerns mind and
resources-then let us boldly CXC-^UP the facts as to the use j
she ls making of her splendid equipment.
First, ir the realm of Ulinga mental
-there is the famous old Citadel at Charleston. Here,..
courses similar to those at West Point are given. And, owing
to a wiso policy of general publicity, students are drawn not
only from the home State, but from a great many jther States
Then there ls Converse College for women-one of several
good schools under private control. Through a generous use of
Bpace in natlcv i/ieniu.r?? Conversa ls wisely announcing the
opportunities she ?as to offer. And results are' encouraging.
Slie is to be congratulated on her bold, progressiva advertising
policy, lt is action of this kind that will lay the foundation tor
a great future for this Institution
While we already serve seve.&I splendid South Carolina
schools, we believe there Is an opportunity for general adver
tising that many other good schools should enjoy. Our broad
experience In guiding the publicity of a large majority ot the
schools in the United State that advertise has especially fitted
us to giv? expert counsel and advice in this respect.
Now, as to South Carolina's material resources:
The old Palmetto State ia largely agricultural. Her most Im
portant crop is cotton. Both in the value of cotton aa raw ma
terial and us manufactured products, South Carolina takes her
stand w-iU to the f-ont.
Here in deed a.-e unsurpassed opportunities for Industrial
growth and commercial expansion. /Especially la .thia true of
And yet, in thia State of tremendous cotton growing and cot
ton manufacturing, the only national advertising along commer
cial linea is that done for a freckle cream made lu Charleston.
What a splendid opportunity for the manufacturing and mer
chandising, through advertising, of a trade-marked brand ot
hosiery! Hov perfect Is the setting for the launching ot a char
acterful cotton cloth-ao advertised that women would call for
it by name ss they do ans number of cotton-made materials!
Here, where the raw material ia produced in abundance, doea it
uot seem to be the. natural home for nationally known brands
of men'a negligee and outing shirts, children's dresses and romp
ers and a score of other cotton-made articles,.
And why stick to things the basis of which ia grown at homet
Massachusetts doea not raise her cattle to supply the leather
for her magnificent shoe business; the vegetables for making
Heix's famoue 57 ?arH?*!?s do not grow on the billa of PlttabUrg
nor does Missouri manufacture alt the Lard ware the?, bsa rssiic
Keen Kutter a household word.
Why should not South Carolina bo known as the home State
for a nationally known brand of kitchen cabinets, or corsets, or
shaving cream, or men'a and women's clothing,, or any number
of other articles that are produced far from the source of raw
What the Old South State should do la to vary her Industries
as she la now varying her crops. To diversify her manufacturing
la to prepare for bigger state growth and greater wealth and
South Carolina needs the sprinkling can ot advertises :?. ??'
tionaltse the ltum?>f ber industries. Prepared in t?i>vi,snd re-,
sources aa few States are, there ia lacking only the necessary
action to bring South Carolina to her dM rois of loader of
Hore, we aim to give good counsel and So guide lo merchan
dising success brands which are ready to be built on the rock of
national good will. More smell accounts are handled by us than
by a ay other advertising agency. At the same time we are serv
ing hundreds of the leading national advertisers. Perhaps an
advertising scope as broad and varied as this will suggest to
South Carolina manufacturers where to come for expert mer
chandising and advertising counsel.
N. W. A YER & SON
PHILADELPHIA, NEW TORR. BOSTON CHICAOO.