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M AFTER TIGERS AGAIN.
j^^^Temporary Injunctions Sent to
Supreme Courts Hay 18.
Columbia dispatch to tho News
Courier says that tho campaign
injunctions against blind tigers
been renewed by the office of tho
^^^torney general. A batch of twelve
^Blmporary injunctions was sent to
^^ .yarleston on Saturday night for
j^Krvice on Monday. The alleged blind
against whom the orefers have
^^Len obtained are as follows:
^^VHenry FT. Itabens, 012 King street
Periano, 3 Concord street.
H. Williams, 34 Archdalo street.
Louis F. Ivoester, 485 Mooting
VHR. Hopke, Jr., 08 Alexander street.
^|P'. Augustus Stuhr, 251 Meeting
jWDtto Weiters,, 184-0 King street.
||Ij. W. Dunn, 442 1-2 King street.
?H. D. Harken, 700 King street.
Mansfield, 42 Archdalo street.
K'J. Manos & Co., 50 Archdalo street.
gSr^Charles S. Wilbur, 220 King street.
The temporary injunctions in each
nj>f these cases restrains the respondjpnts
from selling whiskey at the
K>laces named, and the order to show
Jfocause why the injunction should not
K&e made permanent is returnable be^W'c
the supreme court on the 18th of
H^Ky, at which time it is expected that
^^HEof the cases will be heard if time
^^^K'mits. The orders issued by the
H^nrt. are similar to the temporary in^^^ ctions
heretofore issued against
j^^Ber alleged blind tigers in the city
^^^ Gharleston, which have since been
n^Klc permanent by the court in all
i^Bhc cases except a few which have
yet Ik*en argued and decided by
H^B'hc evidence on which these injuncB^^Ks
are based, as shown by the petiHBB*
of the attorney general to the
^HKi't, was obtained by the dispensary
^^Vstables stationed in Charleston, F.
B^BBerry, J. F. Bateman and IT. L.
Hi, each of whom makes affidavit in
H^^ch he alleges that he visited the
y9H;es named on certain dates specidmHH
and that there was being sold
^^^ skey and beer nnd the place was
B^H-cd up as a resort for drinking,
HH|h glasses, tables, etc., such things
are usually used in drinking reIB|ts.
Besides the persons above
H^Hned there are in nearly all the orEflHs
others mentioned, who are said to
H^Bthe assistants or clerks in the resBflSP
tive establishments, and where the
J^Kncipal respondent is not the ownBHh
of the place he occupies, the name
the owner or of the owner's agent
j^^Bgiven also, as the supreme court has
^^ cided in one of the recent cases that
HHe injunction can be secured against
real estate itself as well as against
I^HThc injunction is granted, of course,
MHder the powers conferred by the
BjHirey-'Cothran law, in which any
H^Kace used as a resort for the sale or
|^K*i nking of liquors that have not been
|^Klsted is declared to be a public nuis^Bmce.
m No announcement is made as to the
^ further pursuance of tho injunction
campaign, but it is presumed that
0there are others to come as soon as
Bfrhc evidence can be obtained. It. is
Vnoted that all the injunctions at this
W time secured apply to parties in CliarV
I Let's All Go To Church Sunday.
^VjThis article by Ix>y Warwick api^rod
in the Atlanta Journal of Sat\^8uiy,
May 2, and is by request rcWfflucdu
ft ^jmpijose that instead of living in
^ ^ifalr and free land whero every
his own master, we dwolt in
a|oKgE?Mmain of a despot, and suppose
K^SS^Bhould tro forth that none of us
attend church tomorrow, or
^^^^^Mbsequent Ixird's day. There
be great indignation in tho
HRBVand many who habitually neglect
sSBSHiouse of Clod would be anxious to
regKV Or suppose your church should
m|^Bpend public worship for the year
fi^Bl the pastor should take a trip to
Kfllropc. Or suppose the church to
RJ^mich you belong should meet in eonSHwronco
and forbid your attcnrTance
Mr the next twelve inotnhs. Tf the
^^Vurcli shuts up and the pastor goes
H^H'n.v T shall crot properly hot about
though I have not been to worship
^ | half dozen times in that many
Ml f the conference denies me the
H^BLrht to <ro T shall go if it takes a speB^Bal
act of legislature to let me in.
^ iSomethimr like this is bow many of
91Ks would feel and act about it if we
|K,vere not allowed to go. Tomorrow
BHve may all jro i f we wi'll. ITow many
^ tf us are going? What is your cxHsusc
for not going? A multitude will,
r trust, and mav,WH who go receive a
Bhlessimr from tfo Lord. Atlanta is
^ one of tlie best, church-going cities in
HyieJJnffPd States, T think. Tt is inrariririg
to see the crowds that attend
some of the places of worship, but if
all go tomorrow who can you will see <
how inadequate are your auditoriums.
Not half will be seated if all go who i
ought to go. Let's all go to church
tomorrow. Our unsuspected appearance
may shock some nervous and i
steady-going worshipers, but they will
recover and bo glad to see us anyway.
Some of you lnlvo not been in ,
so long we will hardly know how to
behave. The pastor will not know
some of us; but let's go and get ac- <
quainted with the good man. lie will
bo delighted to meet us. Your wife is
going. Go with her. You may pos- j
sibly have a pain in your neck from
looking around fourteen "merry widow"
hats to get an occasional glance
at the preacher, but go to church
with your wife. She may be mistaken
for a merry widow herself by
those who never see her except at
church, and never sec you with her.
Your sweetheart is going, young man,
ami you ought to go with her. If
she needs the church and religion, you
need it more. If you are ?i parent,
your children will go to Sunday school
and come home and not it ear the sermon
because you will not be there to ,
keep them at church. ITow can we ,
iXpert our children to love and honor
the church when we persistently slight
and neglect it bef ore their eyes?
Let's all go to church tomorrow?
lo our own church. Don't followe the
crowd, or go to hear Dr. So-and-So,
or to hoar the music at some place
that has better music than your own
church. As a rule you should belong
to the church nearest your home, and
as a rule you should let no at I faction
draw you from your church home. Tt
is not just to your pastor, nor to the
congregation lo be running here and
yonder, nor is it best for your growth
Some who read the words may be
far away from home tomorrow and
far away front God. Go to church for
the sake of your soul that may be perishing
for the bread of life.
The fellowship with the people of
God. the singing, the praying and the
preaching will all do you good.
You may not know the preacher
nor the people, but go anyway. Go
and tell the preacher who you arc. He :
will be glad to meet you and will in-J
troduce you to someone else if you
give him half a chance. The best
way to get in with the best people, it*
you are a stranger, is to go to church.
Don't be sensitive and stay away tomorrow
because you went last Sunday
and the people did not notice that
you were a stranger. God's people
must not care for little things that
don't count. If no one speaks to you,
you speak to someone, fio to church
tomorrow with mind and heart prepared
to hear the word and the sermon,
that they may do you good, as such
tilings do the upright in heart.
Look the preacher in the eye and r
listen to what he says. Go to prav
and praise. God's hou?*e is a house of
prayer and every Sabbath should be a
Get someone to go with you if you
can go to church tomorrow. In this I
way vou will be blessed and made a
blessing. You may be tired in body
and mind, but worship is restful and
recuperative. It will be like medicine
to a sick man if you go in the (
right spirit. It will really rest you
more than staying at home- to reacT
the secular papers or going out to
the park Or woods.
God is everywhere, but the best
place to find and coin*mme with Him
tomorrow will be in some house set
apart to His name and filled with His
If we accused you of uncleanliness
you would be insulted, but if vre prove
that you are unclean you'll be astonished!
Well, we can provo it! No
matter how often you bathe your face
and hands, or body, as long as you
use the ordinary commercial soaps,
however beati fully w'rapped or sweet-1
ly scented, you are only replacing
visible dirt with invisible filth. Why?
"Because the average toilet soap is
made of animal fats, of dead and diseased
animals at that, and alkalis that
should never come in contact with
Most soaps are disguised by being
highly perfumed, but a< to actual
cleanliness, they are a Inure joke. Certain
soaps actually produce disease
and roughness of the skin and should
never be used for the toilet.
There is one article, however, that
can lie recommended for all uses of a
bath or toilet because of its absolute
purity. Amres' Great Emulsion, one
I of I ho famous Andes' remedies, is
nothing more than a purely vegetable
medicated toilet soap, costing only
ten cents a cake, or three for tweitt.v-flve
cents, ft contains only vegetable
oils and no alkalis. Tt is therefor,'
a boon in treating nil kinds of
s'kin diseases, and while a medicated
-article of great virtue, is cheap
enough for every day use in lieu
of the ordinary impure stuff now upon
the market. W. *}. Pylliain and
Son are distributors of Andes' Great
Remedies, and it is worth your while
to call on them for this little "cleaner"
and know that you are clean.
The preacher who is popular with
everybody is missing some golden opportunities.
CHARLESTON & WESTERN CAROLINA
Schedule in effect February 16, 1908.
f'V. Newberry ( N & L) 12:56 p.m.
Ar. Laurens 2:02 p.m.
Lv. Laurens (0 & W C) 2:32 p.m.
Ar. Greenville 4:00 p.m.
Lv. Laurens 2:32 p.m.
Ar. Spartanburg 4:05 p.m.
Lv. Spartanburg (So. Ry.) 5:00 p.m.
Ar. llendersonville 7:45 p.m.
Ar. Asheville 8:30 p.m.
Lv. Laurens (C & W C) 2:32 p.m.
Ar. Greenwood 3:42 p.m.
Ar. MoCormick 4:38 p.m.
Ar. Augusta 6:20 p.m.
NV>te: The above arrivals and depart
urcs, as well as connections with
other companies, are given as information.
and are not guaranteed.
Gen. Pass. Aixt.,
Geo. T. Bryan.
Greenville. S. C.,
Gen. Agt. |
T will soil at auction to highest bid- j
der at Cbappells, S. on Saturday, I
May 16, at 11 o'clock a. in., the lot of
Webb Brothers, in tho town of Chappells.
on which their store house was |
located before it was destroyed by
fire. Terms of sale cash.
J. B. Hunter,
Assignee and Agent of Creditors of
Webb Brothers & Co.
LOW RATE MILEAGE TICKETS
ON SALE BY SOUTHERN
500 Mile State Family Tickets
$11.25?Good over the Southern Railway
in South Carolina for the head
or dependent members of a family.
Limited one year from date of sale.
.1000 Miles Interchangeable Individual
Tickets $20.00?Good over the
Southern railway and thirty other
roads in the Southeast aggregating
30,000 miles. Limited one year from
date of sale.
2000 Mile Interchangeable Firm
Ticket $40.00?Good over the Southern
Railway and thirty other roads in
the Southeast aggregating 30,000
miles for a manager, the head of a
firm or employe. Limited to five but
good for only one of such persons at
one time. Limited one year from date
1000 Mile Interchangeable Individual
Ticket $25.00?Good over the
Southern Railway and seventy five
other roads in the Southeast aggregating
41,000 miles. Limited one year
from date of sale.
On and" after April 1st, 1908, all
mileage tickets will not be honored
for passage on trains nor in checking
baggage except from non-agency
stations and stations not open for the
sale of tickets, but must be presented
at ticket offices and there exchanged
for continuous ticket.
Money saved in passage fare by
purchasing tickets from Southern
Railway agents. Fares paid on trains
will be at a higher rate.
<?all on Southern Railway Ticket
Agents for mileage tickets, passage
tickets and detailed information.
J. C. Lusk,
Division Passenger Agent, ,
R. W. Hunt, Charleston, S. C.
Assistant General Passenger Agent,
REPAIR SHOP?Furniture, lounges,
and parlor suits, each upholstered,
retaining chairs, repaired; making
and laying carpets and mattings,
cleaning old furniture. In Sunlight
Hall, near old colored Baptist
Anyoiio flooding n a k c t r Pni iw|Y11 ' orVi~!t .nm*t
Quickly Ascertain our opinion frco wfiother nn
nveniion a probably patentable. Coinn unlra
mm free'te?'tnn0J?,lftlV HANDBOOK on I'Atonfi,
. ! auoiio)- for Hocurlnu patents.
^ .j " t'TotiKh Munn & Co, recolvn
tpcclal notice, without chanto, In tbo rccoi?e
"'lfitrnlcd weekly. I,nr<?cst clr2*}'*l'?.n
my fiolentlflo Jouriml. Terms 13 a i
MiViiii'a a Ijyali niwadcAfora i
MUNN S: Co.3e,Broadway- New Yorfc
Braooh Office. 626 V St- WaglilngU," iJ.c. "
Will sell 50 and
at 25 cents each
We have just taken up a nev*
becoming famous throughout t
theifmarvelous wearing qualitit
hosiery and know it has unusua
eachjperson who has trouble w
his socks, to come and buy just
This will cost you just 25c
Then, after you have given
ough, fair test, if you don't sa]
best wearing socks you have e\
again, bring the pair back and \
If you think you might not lik
come and see. You don't have
see them first.
WHY DO WE MAKE 1
know this is the greatest wearir
tried them, and all to whom we
the best thing they ever saw.
convince the most particular pe
During These Cold V
Would be just the thii
living. Superb Trains
and Tickets which offe
sible for a pleasant anc
For full information
your nearest Ticket Ag
W. J. CRAIG,
Pass. Traf. Manager.
NEWBERRY UNION STATION.
Arrival and Departure of Passenger
Trains?Effective 12.01 A. M.
Sunday, April 26, 1908.
No. If) for f?rev>nvillo . . , .8.57a.m.
No. 18 for Columbia .. ..1.40 p.m.
No. II for ( 'reciivill-3 .. . ..'I.-10 p.m.
No. 10 for Columbia 8/17 p.m.
C., N. & L. Ry.
*No 85 for Lamvns 5.1:) a.m.
*No. 22 for Columbia . . . .8.17 a.m.
No. 52 for (iifonvillo . . 12.50 p.m.
No. 5'1 for Columbia .. . .'1.20 p.m.
"No, 2c for Laurens .. ..7.25 p.m.
*Nro. HI for Columbia .. ..8.30 p.m. j
* Dors not run on Hunriny
This time (able shows the limes at j
wliicli trains may 1><> ox pee ted to dopart
from this station, but their de-J
parture is not guaranteed and the!
time shown io subject to change with-!
O, L. Robinson,
Station Miwter. ;
I 75 cents purses
r line of men's hose which are
he whole country because of
is. We have investigated this
1 merit, and so we are asking
Ith holes coming in the toes of
one pair of half-hose made
them a thor/
they are the
'er worn, come
ve'll refund your money.
e the looks of these new socks,
i to buy them. Just come and
rHIS OFFER? Becau se we
ig hosiery ever made. We have
have sold them say they are
We know a single trial pair will
;rson. Let us show YOU.
Winter Months A Trip
5 COAST LINE
Tg to make life worth
r every advantage posi
or pamphlets call on
ent, or write
T. C. WHITE,
Gen. Pass. Agent.
Aff. :l ; ; . UnMyarr,friViYf?)r J
Sold and guaranteed by Gilder & Veek?