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HERE'S SOMETHING GOOD
Not many--eight or ten
all good styles, well assorted
colors and sizes.
Sold for $10 to $37.50
NOW $5 to $18.50
Suppose you come in and look '?rn
over, there may be one youl) like
You'll find, too, on front
table a lot of pretty
Just a Dollar
Ateo other bargains in Ready-to*
bought here trill
be unuiu.ll/ pret
ty, for, rlgbt bow
we ?vre -showing
many trune, fresh
from our work
And the ?fices
are more reason
able then you'd
Today will be ? good day to make
your SHOE and HOSIERY bm,
this store of fers you the best and
newest for Warnen and, Childrsn
We nr. nlweys glad to ber. yen
yen ere ne freebie.
IH LOST BECAUSE
WILL JOUEME SIN
SOMETHING IN THEIR LIFE
THEY ARE NOT "WILLING
A BIG ATTENDANCE
Many People From Different Sec
tions of County Attend Meet
ing Last Night
La<:t nigut 117 people went np and
shook the evangelist's hand and prom
ised to live a better life. Another
record crowd went out to hear him
and the tent and seats on tba out
side would not accommodate the peo
There will be no services today.
His text lsst night wsa John 5:40.
"e would not come unto me that ye
might havo life."
"Jesus Christ said a great many
things while He WBB on earth, but 1
believe these words were the saddest
that he ever uttered. I wish you could
hear the tender tones and see the lov
ing looks when He spoke these words
lt believe lt would break the heart ot
every mau and woman In the town
ot Auderaon. He left the songs cit
angels au<l arch angela, He left heaven
of all its glory and came to earth
with all Its shame to bring life to men;
For three long yeera He went up and
down among men proclaiming . thSt
eternal life could be obtained by
simply coming to Him, but men would
not come and at last He turned around
upon them who had steeled their con
sciences and with a heart aching with
disappointment, and with tones of
yesrnlngplth, He said, 'ye will not
come to me that ye might have life.'
"Those words contained the expla
nation w^r any man lt lost. If any
man or woman, boy or girl goes out
from this tent tonight unsaved that
wUl be the reason. Jesus Christ of
fers life to every man and woman here
tonight on once condition, that you
come to Him, and if you go from tula
tent tonight without eternal life lt la
because you will not come to Him.
No man need to be dost. God has
provided salvation for everybody.
Millionaire and cramp, general and j
prlvste, society woman and washer!
woman, In all walks and marka of life,
the atonement of Jesus Christ Covers
the sins of every man. He tasted death
ss we are told in Ute Word of God
for every man, and Ute offer of salva?
tlon .is made to every men. No men
ls lost because of any purpose or de
cree of God. God bas set before'mriu1
life sud death, blessings and curs
"Now I hope tonight, with the help
of God, to answer a few fool excuses
people offer. I do not know whether
God himself would snawer all or
would try, but I will try to answer a
few of then). The first one la aln.
There are a great many men and wo
men In tl hs town that know their
nned of a Savior, who have a desire to
be a Christian, out they know If they
come to Him. they must leave their
sins behind. A man cap ncc come to
Christ and retain his sin. You must
choose between Jesus Christ and Bin.
Men know that, bnt they are not will
ing to give u ?heir sins..
"One night after Mr. Moody bad
preached a mervelous sermon on the
prodigal eon end the congregation had
been dismissed, sn acquaintance ot
mine was going out sud met a broad
shouldered, bright-eyed, snappy yonng
man, and said 'Doctor, that was a won
derful sermon tonight' He ssld, 'Yes,
and are you e Christian.' He nays,
'No. I am that prodigal son I' 'Well,
Ute Father wants you to come home.'
'I know lt.' 'He la looking for you.'
'I realise that' '..v'ell, will you come
tonight?' 'No, I woo*, for I am held
in the meshes of an awful stn, and. as
e result of an Indulgence In lt I make
money out of lt and to lake Mr.
Moody by Ute hand meena that I will
have to give that up, and I won't do
lt.' And he turned his back on Jesus
Christ and walked out of the church
where he had been nrourbt face to
face with God's love,, deliberately
choosing a vile sin and death matead
of Jeans Christ and eternal Ute.
"There are men under the so?".d of
my voice tonight ?hat will go away
from Ulla tent std walk down these
streets, with a clear view of the fact
that they can coma to Christ and he
pardoned, but they will not come, for
there ls some predominating, enslav
ing, sickening sin on their life that la
a blinding and binding and grinding
and damning their life and killing
ther manhood that they are not will
ing to give up. With others lt ia Ute
love of money. Many will not sacri
fice a crooked business or the crooked
price of an honest life. Borne ot you
fellows will have to cut out your, ille
gitimate business. Ill tell you I
would rather walk to heaven ovt,r a
rough ead stony road with bare and
bleeding feet than to ride to hell on
dirty money. The crookedest crooks
that walk Ute streeta of Anderson sra.
Ute dirty mutts that are Belling these
women's husbands and moth era' boya
blind tiger whiskey. He ts * cross be
tween a polecat and a butta rd.
Thea Ute evangelist weat after the
money haga end said that the shu ry
ot money ls just ss com piste and as
degradtasj ss the slavery ot atrong
drink, and said you could reach ten
al 1 -down-and-outers whee youl oould
not reach ono old financial Shylock.
"Again somebody says. I would come
to Christ, but I want io have a good
time. Well, so do I. You never
looked into any fellow's face who has
a better time than I do. but I do not
have to CU myself with rot-gut liquor
and go d?we the at reeta puking and
spewing and whooping and sour liing
Ilks a Comanche.' Indien or a mad
house fiend. What do you think con
stitutes-a good tune? Is tt crawling
jin the arm? of infamy and cussing and
"The unadulterated cowardice keeps
other men away from God. The Bible
says that'the fear of man brings a
Bnare and it ls bringing a snare that ls
leading men down to hsll. When the
Invitation ls given, multitudes know
that they ought to be Christians, br*
they g?* cold feet right there and sit
glued to their seats, and all heaven
could not Induce them to take a stand
for Jesus. They are afraid somebody
will laugh. They are afraid some
?member of the club or lodge will
laugh, or some old God-forsaken whis
key degenerate will give them the
horse laugh. Say, I had rather be
brave and decent enough to enlist in
the army and get under the flag of
the Lord Jesus Christ and eerve him
land let some old whiskey devil here in
Anderson laugh at me because I ?lid
the manly thing than refuse to do it
and let the devil laugh at me through
eternity, because I was not man
?enough to take a stand. I'll tell you
there ls a day coming for that gang I
who will laugh at you for choosing
eternal life and Jesus Christ, when
they will say that you made a wise ?
choice and they were the fools. Oh!
? men of this town, do not Ht them
laugh you out of eternal life."
. Theatre Party.
Little Miss Mary Sadler ent?rtalo-]
I ed a half dozen friends at a picture
show party at the Bijou yesterday af
ternoon. After the pictures they w<
entertained at Atkinson's beaut ii al
new ice cream parlor. Her guests
were: Mrs. George Eagle, Misses
Ruth Reese, Sara Clayton, Wilma
Hudgens and Alice Allen. Each KU nt
was presented with a hand painted
card with their own name on lt.
Mr. and Mrs. Graeme T. McGrcgt
willi go to Columbia today to visit
? relatives Mr. McGregor will return
>ln a week, but Mrs. McGregor, will
remain for three weeks.
Mrs. Paille Laughston leaves today!
for a two weeks' visit to frler.fls In
Pelzer and Greenville.
A (.Vdlghtful party for the younger I
social sftt was given on Thursdsy
I evening by Harry Orr, Jr., and Har
mon Geiser, at the handsome home
of Mr. H. A. Orr on Weet Market
-The spacious home with its beau*
?tlful grounds is particularly fitted for
entertaining and this occasion the
lawn waa bright with many Japanese
lanterns^ The home was filled with
|,vhc,.fragrance, of many flowers, and
bore the guests either danced or
I played'cards. Delicious punch waa
I served during the evening by little
Misses Marlon Gray, Charlotte and
Julia Orr. Later an elegant eala<l.
course with ice was served. About j
forty young people were the guests
for the evening.
Miss Vera McPhall of Pendleton!
I and.. Miss Izotta Pruitt of Starr are
the guests of Mis? Frauds Mh3or
at her home Just south of the city.
Miss Afartha I.umnkin has gone to 1
Rock HUI to visit her grandfather,
man who th ade
famous as The Pur
ts chief* chemist of t
of Health, and Fe
Ladies' World. Al
he voluntarily adds th
Coming from Prof. j
means more than a pag
want to know the rea
endorsement, try Prin
Baking Powder in yoi
the difference it makes,
L?tk far tit friittif* S
FriaclM etan U I
30c. UaiM* Frtfil I
fe? caa'l gae ettatii
?P4 r?tc!?e a t em. \
Wit. MacfM'i SI
Mr. Jefferson Lumpkin.
Beautiful Card l'art y.
The beautiful Elks Home on No|
McOutfle street was the scene ofV
brilliant card party yesterday after
noon, when Mrs. Charles V/. Causey
entertained in honor of Mrs. Bond
Mrs. Causey ls a most charming
hostess, possesing a rare attractive
ness of manner. Assisting her in her
duties were Mrs. John E. Sadler,
Mrs. W. H. Valentino and Miss Anna
Ten tables were arranged In the
handsome parlors, and many merry
and interesting games were played.
Miss Lillian Brock of La Fayette, Ala.,
won Ute prize, a beautiful boquet or
The hostess also presented a lovely
boquet ot the same flower to her at
tractive ho.ior guest. All duriug the
afternoon delightful nectar was serv
ed by Misses Alberta Farmer, May
Ligon, and ene Cunningham.
After the cards were lal! aside
dainty refreshments were served, sev
eral gentleman coming in to join their
The guests for the afternoon were:
Mesdames CA. Qambrill, H.H. Oos
sett. S. N. (Himer, J. C. Strlbling, C.
F. Ro3B. Keith Pr?vost, J. L. Gray.
A. S. Farmer, Carrie Patrick, Ed
Atkinson, Albert Dew of Montgomery,
Ala.. J.J. Fretwell, JJ. J. Fretwell,
Jr., W. D. McLean, John Sadler, W.
H. Valentine, Frank Hall, Phelps Sas
soon, P. K. McCully. M. L. Bou
ham. A. G. Fretwell, J. J. Baldwin,
Nardin Webb, G. B. Greene, L. L.
Ki?e, L. S. Horton, Johu Frank, K. P.
Smith, Harry Oelsberg, Misses Anna
Ross Cunningham, Zade Fretwell,
Carrie Fretwell, Lucile Bray of Rich
mond, Jessie Browne and Annie
ANDERHON MEMBERS INVITED
To Attend Outing Held by Greenville
Chamber of Commerce.
Tlwa Greenville Chamber of Com
merce han announced that it will hold
an outing for Its members at Chick
Stirings on the night of July 1. The
parties will go by the Interurban and
uovcrel from tots city are expected to
Restored to Good Health.
"I waa sick for four years with
stomach trouble," writes Mra. Otto
Gans, Zsnesville, Ohio. "I lost weight
and felt so weak that I almost gavo
up hope of being cured. A friend told
me about Chamberlain's Tablets, and
since using two bottles ot them I havo
been a well woman." Obtainable
T?. C. T. MEETING
Anderson Council, No. 432, United
Commercial Travelers will meet to
night in special called session to con
Bider Important business. All mem
bers are urged to attend. Visiting |
brothers cordially . invited. Eighty
thirty sharp ls the time.
Chamberlain** Colic* Cholera Bnfl]
This ls a remedy that every family,
should be provided with, and especial
ly during the summer months. Think
ot the pala and suffering that must
be endured when medicine must be
Bent for or before* relief cen be ob
tained. This remedy Is thoroughly !
reliable. Aak anyone who has used j
it. Obtainable everywhere.
f Lewis B. Allyn
B. ALLYN is the
! Westfield, Mass.,
e Food Town. He
he Westfield Board
?od Editor of the
ter his analysis of
OS PH ATE
e word "Excellent 1"
?llyn, that one word
e of argument. If you
son for such unusual
cine Pure Phosphate
ir next baking and see
kt If at Tsar Grutr*t
??><!?? cafe - ?., ISc: 11?-,
Iktttef Caaaaa? i* *twr cap. "
?? u raaf gtacar'., .???? ki. ?IHM
Mnb,N Mn* 15c M % lb. car
retil R.cla? Ita? u?on rt??ril.
n Manufacturing Co.
Buy One and keep cool. Buy Two
avd stay coo)
Genuine Palm Beach
Suits $7.50 to $10.00
Palm Beach Sox's 25c
T. L. GELY CO.
On The Square
? .?.i ? if,>
We have a lot of Skirts of the better grades, made up in
the v?ry"lat?st styles, of Piques, Taffetas, Linens, New
Black and White Checks, Cordelines, etc., that will appeal
to the best dressers "on sight."
Lots of Nifty, New Shirt Waists ir. Awning Stripes, White
J?p Silks, Pin Stripes, Polka Dots, etc., that are the pret
tiest,' and best values you ever saw for one dollar.
Embroidered Voiles, Chiffons, New Flouhcings, In full
skirt length widths. AU brand new patterns, and as
dainty as can be.
Lingere White Dresses
A lot of'teautiful Lingerie White Dresses in a gr?ai *.'ari
ety of pretty designs, and in such a wide range of prices,
from $5.00 to $25.00.
1 ? 1 '" 1 " ' ' ' "'
Mrs. B. Graves Bo;
Exclusive Agent for Frolaset Corsets and McCall Patterns.
SAVE time and
?honing us your meat
Om price, ?re in Urie. lW?M?tr mtlw Otf
delivery r?rvke fe ni yow commend. Oar faciitttfes for
En? Ireeh neats ?re perfect. No flics, no ?*?t, no bsuS
From ?El titi? ?re ?re getting result*.
Every tfme ? lady visits o?r store vre ?eta
the week ead we have a foll line of treen Meat** Va
Freeh Fish, Dressed Hens. Our store b fftJMsfctfc Ol
Phone ?e an order.
"Eventually, Why Not Now."
tia. south Main
m II.? i ?- ? .
0AM HARPER, Mir.