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OIHTAUW COM-AWT. WKW TOW? CfTY,
AS ? A; CUCUMBER!? .
"T'VE been cooking too, but not on
A a hot, dirty co?? r?nge. I use a
New Perfection Oil Cook Stove, the
stove with the long blue chimney." ?r
Gas stove comfort with kerosene oil.
The long blue chimney assures a clean, .
odorjess heat and lasting content, be
cause it gives a perfect draft. - ;
It turns on and of? like gas.
Saves your time, strength and money.
Fuel cost-only 2 cents for a ine?l for
6 people. .'r,. ? -V,
New Perfections are made in many
v ;, ? styles ?n?L sizes.
-' Consult your dealer^ He carrie?? them
in stock or can get for yon the size
you want- * '> ,
; look for Th? tong Bitte Chimney
Ose Aladdi? Security OU t? obta?h the
fc?si reMilte ia Oil Stoves; Heaters
jwd Lttr?p3 :
i STANDARD OIL COMPANY
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Norfolk, V.. MD. S^^?'??8'
-? <|Tr i numn riTfamii.,.m.iMi.niiKii ,i
AS HE SAW DEATH
SurvivorWaf chad War Secretary
on Deck After Explosion.
DIDN'T SEE HIM LEAVE SHIP
Seaman' Rogoraori of the Hampshire,
Last Mun to Set Eyco oh Fiold
Marshal, Tells How Only Raft? Could
Bo Launched In Rough Gee-Ship
8uddonly Went Down Hoad First.
Tba ?K3-L ixiaii vLo C?^ T<-T?. Kltch
oner alive was Seaman, Rogerson,, a
survivor of tho Hampshire, who ar
rived at his home near London from
tho Orkneys, sud describes In tho Daily
Mall bow the field marshal died.
"Of those who left the ship and hove
survived," said Rogerson, "I was thp
one who saw Kitchener last Ho went
down with the ship. Ho did not leave
her. I saw Captain Savin help his
boat crew to clear away his galley. At
the same time the captain was calling
to Kitchener* to como to his boat Ow
ing to the noise made by tho wind aud
sba Lord Kitchener could hot Har
Walked Calmly prom Captain'a Cabin.
"When the explosion occurred Lord
Kitchener walked calmly from the cap
tain's cabin and went up a ladder on
thc quarterdeck. There I saw him
walking about quito collectedly and
taUciug to two officers. AH three- were
wearing khaVi and had on no over
coats. Lord, Kitchener was" calmly
watching the preparations for abandon
ing the ship, which wern going on m
a steady and orderly way.
"Tho crew Just went to their sta
tions, obeyed orders and did their best
to get out thc boats, but that was Im
possible. Owlug to tho rough weather
no boats could he lowered. Those that
were got out were smashed. Ko boats
left the ship.' What tho people on
shore thought to be boats leaving wale
"The men did get Into tho boats BS
they, lay In their cradles, thinking ai.
the Ship .went under them the oem ta
wou?d-'float. But the ship sank by the
head;> and when she went under Bbe
turned a somersault forward, carrying
down with her all boats and persons in.
,:? ^8_9?k.With 8hlp,
- '"I do npt^bink Earl Kitchener got
into a boat: When I sprang to a raft
ho was Btlll On the starboard side of
the quarterdeck talking with his offi
cers. From the little- time that elapsed
between iv j leaving the ship and her
sinking I feel certain that Earl Kitch
ener was OB deck nt the tima she sank.
"I got away on ono of the raf tB, and
wo bad a terrible five hours In ibo wa
ter.}''It was so rough that the seas
beat down on us, and many ot the men
were ?Hied by the buffeting. Many,
others died from tho piercing cold.
"An overpowering . desire for sleep
carno down upon us. To keep this
away we "thumped each other on tho
back. The man who went to sleep
never Woko ?gain. When men died lt
.was Just as though they were falling
asleep. One man stood Upright for Ovo
hours oh che raft, with dead lying aU;
around bim. and one man died ta. roy
it rms. '
.'As "we neared the shore the situa
tion grew worse. Tho fury of the sea
da;; bed our raft against the rocks with
tremendous', force. A number of men
were killed lu this way. 1 don't quita
know bow I got ashore, for [all feeling
bad gone out of me.
""My. bcUef is that the Hampshire
struck a mine. Which exploded under
her forepart. It could not hove been,
a submarino'in such weather, and an
internal explosion in one of her maga
rtlnea ?would have ripped her apart. It
was hard luck,comlng to such an end
af ter. going throngb tt<> battle of Jut
land unscathed. Wc led tho. Iron Duko
Into that nctlon and sank a German
light cruiser and two submarines, but
did not ba70 a single casualty our^
selves, although big sheUs rained Into
tfeo water a!! around,w.''
^ WILSON HEARD CHEERING.
A4 TfJsphoit? >t White House After
, JudflS WcBCott Spoko at Gt. Louie. ;
During;the demonstration for Presi
dent. Wilson which - followed ??flgfi
Wesco?t's nominating speech In St
Louis a telephone wire connecting th?
'convention hid! with the White Hons?
switchboard was opened.
U The: "presid?nt Mrs, Wilson. [Seers*
f^uV'Timinlty .and others of the White
Honsapartyllstoaediin. The ?r>lan*>
and cbesring could be ; beard very
plainly. ? < .;.':. t. '
Recruit* .'62,370 Po?naV* eifenner.
. > .After fourteen weeks . Ofi. mOlhuy
training In the open a compsny of flf
recruits pt ih? United States
marine cc/fT^ 1-^nilDg the ropes at tho
recruit depot at Port ROTOI. 8. tfc ta
xS?ascd Its pulling power from 202.108
ponnda 16 ZMfiig, poop da* an increase
ot. panuda; Testa were made
With a -?yr^rooojetor, which automat
icafiy register* tbe ;ex*^
pounds pulled by each muscle grocp of
tholK)dy. ,r' ; :.>;. .-\^.-.' ?-'??''rt.
White ?kg, It's ? Boy.
: home ta led., aa his train whls
red throogh was to notify bim lt was
a hoy,-. ?V .; ; V'. '. " :
EVANGELIST W. P. LnROWE
Pleading thc spirit to viult Ander
son LaRowo wishes to state to thc I
public wliy he did not po to ' the
Gluck mill. An invitation to carry
on a revival at Gluck was extended
to mo by tho people, hut thc building
in which tho services wero to bo con-1
ducted is owned by the Gluck mill,
as well as all. adjoining property, and
MID ;company does not want me.
LaRowo wishes to announce, there
fore, .that "lie will go beyond the
"King'c Highway," and will hdld a
meeting nt tho Twine nilli all this
week. Also, desire? to thank the
churches, officers and preachers at
Orrvillc for their kindness, if there |
wa3 any shown. Tho IMblo nys en
tertain strangers and also love one |
another. I know 1 was entertained
in tho. best homes in that end of
For tho benefit of John Knocker |
and Sallie Lon?toiiguc, will .-ay 1
have nothing whatever to do with
politics and am not dealing with lab
or questions. Tho only, task I hnvej
is to win *souls foi* Christ, without I
malice or envy toward any church, i
orc.-ijiization. union or what not-ex
cept tho devil. While lu Anderson I
will make my homo with Mr. J. T. !
King, ;tl4 Society street. 'Phone 725. ]
It hos been Said that people who
haven't been seen Inside of a church
In fifteen years aro regular atten
dants at my meetings.
Next Sunday, ,,Tuly 2nd, I will de
liver a v message- to men only. No
ladies ov, ?boys"nuder s'xteen will be
admitted. Thlb servico will bo held
at thq court house, which will be
opened ht 3:30. aud^ every map that
can - possibly attend* is urgently i?
vitod to do so. On Saturday even
ing at 3:30 I Will deliver a mcssigoj
in the court boneo yard from a plat
I form, oft thc;,sij>jee- . "The Kindness
and- Gentleness jof'JcBua;"..
Tho following! from'.- Tho Greenville j
Piedmont, glvos-v sonio idea of the |
meetings conducted by mo in P?lzor:
Pe?eei, May 13-Tho revival service I
held at tho T.'nlon church and con
ducted by. .Rev, W. P. LaRowc, a i
traveling evangelist, and tho differ
ent: pastors of. thc town cloned Sun
day night. Tho largest crowds ovor
seen at a religious cerv?co of any
kind in Polr.pr hltendcd. tho evening
services, of thia mooting.; Tho church j
with the largest seating capacity- ot |
any to?-n. scating soms'.1^,200'waB fill
ed to overflowing-, while . tho aisle?, j
vestibules and Sunday school rooms ]
ware crowded with people standing.
Hundreds WT? turned away.
Men .wero seen .at this meeting
who wero no vor known to attend' a
religious servico before, Somo, whose
hair -was white and whoso forms
wero bout with age,, pressing forward
for prayer when tho invitation was
A largo number confessed faith In j
W. P. LaRQWE
SCHOLARSHIP AI?D ENTRANCE
The oxamlnaAlon for thc award of j
vacant scholarships In : Winthrop.,Col
lege and for tho admission of now
students will bo'held at tho' County
Court House on PrMny, Joly 7, at 9
a. m. 'Applicants must not.bo lonr.
than sixteen years" .> of , age. When
Scholarships aro Vacant af tor " July 7
thoy will bo awarded to those making
tho highest average at this examina
tion, provided : they meet tho condl- *
ttons governing tho award. Appli
cants SOT Scholarships should . write j
.to President Johnson before th? ex*|
aminatlon for /Scholarship Examina
Scholarships are;,worth Haft " and
free tu(tlon. Tho next session will
open September 30.*.}916? For further
Information and catalogue, address
Pres. D. B. Johnson; Rock Hill, Qi
Citation For Lc ttors of Administration* j
. Whoroa8, G; M: Bantstor made suit,
ba :,rae to. grant him lettora of, ad
ministration of the estate and effects |
of ?lft?.;.;Enilly:;'^^.lster.. deceased.
These ore therefore, to site and ad
monish air and singular tho kindred
^tt cr?dito Mrs. Emily
Banister? deceased,JthaJ they may ap?
pear ibefore':Ae'.''Iil:':tna::Conrt of Pro
bate, to beheld ?i .'Anderson,. C. ML.
S. C., on tht? S6tfe^ay of June, 191Gt
w?jsliow cause, rt . any, why said ' a. "
ministration should".pot bo erante
. W. P/: NICHOLSON.
Judge of Probate.
v NOTICE FINA?ASETTLEHENT
Tho undersigned, ndminhiiretor of
tho estate of Abale ' feilbjon. deceased,
here?y gives notley' thai ha Will Ott
July lith,. l?i*\ at?Uko'clock a. ?*
pply v id * 'the' }\i?&$,My ?rebato for
nderao? tytiRty'Si^&?Xinti,, set^a-;
^-t'Cbf .' said ^?afettftvM^'^'disehi?wa'
j': hts ; offlce a*. ,ar%lnl6tfatbf
JV U. ELLISON
. >? Admlnl: irater.
Like a Wie^^^^ . ^
I vn?t the bases iheysati^t
-batter up. Bang!-that "homer" into the S
stands makes you feel good-it does satisfyt )
Chesterfields make you fee! exactly the samo j.
r-| *yay about your smoking-they satisfy! ^ rff?
JHifjjL "X * ?ut !?0% too-Chestcrfielu^ are!
^j^jj^^mL f?p ^3t time in the history ?? cigarettes1 -
y&&?S^^\^M y01? are offered a cigarette that satisfies and
i ii yct ?8 mildi Chesterfields?
?^?^l Jil This neK; ?^ vnJpyM-nt cannot be had f
lifflP^ M fe? a?y cigarette except Chester fields, regard1
li^K Ef?? 111 ^e8S ?^ price - because no other, cigarette
I ^r^^W H maker can copy the Chesterfield blend!
\ Try Chesterfields-*01/03// ' 'S^
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Bowel Complaints in Inala j ' " ' 'y- , " ,y -,, ,. ?". . ?.' "'' ? ' >:/ y " ;, ,
In a lectura. nt ono of tho Dca
.Moines, Iowa, churches a missionary ' -r ' ?.? , /lL,. j . ... .
from India told ot going Into the in- , < WC Clean Children S Cl?thl??g
tortor of India where he wus taken
sick, ?that- ho had a bottle of Cham- ? "We dry cjo?n and press ?ll articles of'children's clothing at jr?iccs
bcrlain's remedy Cholle and Diarrhoea I that ar? commensurate with tho amount of work required.
Remedy With*kim and believed that, ?
lt sa?o his Ijfe, Thii, remedy is Children's suits, dresses, wraps,otc, arc so inexpensively, VoptWgS*
usod successfully In India both as'a perfect flt und uppoarauce by ottr procesd that tt'r> really no' .?conoto^^
prc vont I ti ve and cure for cholera. You lo neglect aondlng the garments to use when soiled cr mar ..Jd. . ;'CJ|B|^
may know from this that lt can bo r<"".."i? ,.u ??.?..? ????
depended upon Nfor thc talkier forms ( ?"3,lR UB ?&outvwork of this natuic- '^??m?^?
?Vbowel complaint that occur in this We call, for v/ork aud deliver'lt free of chdrnt
country. Obtainable evorywhere.
~ : T- ? . Anderson Steam Laundry
Exeursion Fares ^0^7. - .
Slue'Ridge and.Southern, > ~~., -^ri^^~~'~y;rr~~^'~'~~~'~^'~^'"^^
"From Anderson? S. C. . _ . . ^ ? ^ '
' Rock HU!, s. a $4.45 T ?7 ?7 ? HP .T. :???IW 5%
A.remit Winthrop CoUcgo Summer JLJ JL? A JL JCTr&fJLJi ' Ph-/
School. Ticket H on sale Juno 12, 13, ?
if, vs. SO, 30, with final limit Ju'y ' y
1 NW^^$??M'- V;? A ' ' R?4:-Velvet Tribes
Account Peabody College f?-tmnior
SCllUO?. j. Tlckf'tS OU .??lo Jane 1?, 1<?V i :???"'?""" ?' >' ''i ???*??"?"?? L" ?' '. ".?'?? . i' uiniih.iyiii i|in i ii ' winn' i luii M M m ?Mini ?M
15."'ld. 10, 2-i. July i0,; ?2. jftunt
limit 16 days from date of salo.
chariottetvflie, Va. $12.20 '?? f< SO00 Mile Guarantee :^^^a^|ire^^^|g^
sutnaTU^? -you *a|ttd this rnileag^ you do hot have to-u
June IS to 26 with final limit lt? . \ y
MM?rt-Mto/;?t^ caa. ?.^?Rf? them to the factory, for ?n ?diustment,
ba citanded until - Septombar 30 hy >*y. . r v J :
parin-g a feo of ^oo 4 r t : |6ut simply briilfe them tb us and ??t ? satisfaz
Buffalo, N. Y. $30.05 ^ '
Acvount Mcicnt AraMe 0?Wr, Kph- . vtorV adlUStUieWt Oil tll? SpOt
j^vjalB?ystlc Shrine, Tickets on eal o - r ^ '
; Acv^ht ,?/P. O. B Ticketa ?ta .-V.r(???V?, MW ?..'?? 'A-. ?W^^jj?ffJE?k '-''ihS-!#ii ' 3
?ste July ^.^d, 7. V. 9. with final .limit 1 AI fe fl ? K i Ai VIIIHB??' ' 1 i?'^'M