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The Fountain Stock Company
ih ? ?/I ' Presents
<4?lic Gambler's Wife"
Don't jVliss this Show Tonight
Prices 10 and 20c. AU Seats Reserved. I
TOD A. Y
The Black Box No. 2
THE HIDDEN HANDS
This it the greatest serial ever produced in the city. Don't
miss seeing this episode. Read the story in today's paper.
? A ripping Comedy-one that you will enjoy.
"Time IVS an from trie
A good drama, it Will please you.
Drop into our theatre And hear 'The Garrick*' trio.
If it is not good tell us. Mr. Henry Edwards plays
Admission - - 5c and 10c
New Exploits of JUdne*
ARNOLD DALY. PEARL WHITE ?nd EDWIN ARDEN.
Picturing World wide ?yents.
In ona of his rip roaring Cartoon Comedies.
j ADMISSION ALWAYS~ dc and 10c
Read 4>?he Black Box* in Todays Issue!
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BI6 RALLY PLANNED
FOR FARMERS SOGIEiY
AT PENDLETON ON MAY 13
WITH THREE WELL
Wm Be Discussed By Chief of
Dairy Division And Prof.
Tliojo ia charge ot arrangements
for the centennial celebration of tho
Pendleton Formera' Society next Oc
tober have planned 'to hold what
might be called a preliminary meeting
of the BOclety on Thursday May IS,
when Governor Manning, D*H. Kawla,
chief of tho dalry division, United
States department of agriculture, and
Prof. W. W. Long, state agent and su
perintendent of extension work, will
be invited to speak.
It ls p' oponed to hold this meeting
at Pendleton r.nd to invite fanners .and
busineas men generally throughout
the community to attend lt. It 'is
planned to have two principal top(es
for discussion at thtB 'meeting, one
being ''creamery route ^york". aird
the other "cooperative feeding and
marketing of beef eattlb." Mr/ Kawl*
will'r.pfok on the subject'of dairying
while Mr. Long will apeak on "tb*
subject'of cooperative feeding and
marketing of beef cattle.
. Governor - Manning, lt wai stated!
would be invited* to. address, tho meet-,
lng on any subject he might cnoose.
?IRL OF GOLDEN WEST
Famous Play Splendidly Done LaV
Night at the Anderson.
One of the largest audiences thal
baa attended Tho Anderson since the
season of "stock" opened up there two
weeks ago was present last nlg^il
to witness the rendition of "The Girl
of the Golden West."
%ThIs splendid play was .creditably
dono by tba Fountain Stock Company,
and probably made ? greater impres
ptece which bas b'e^n played since thc
company opened up here.
As ono expressed'* it last night, "Thc
Fountaiu stock Company grows upon
one, Mike "lt better every night I-go
and. I belled* that is the general sen
timent^ with ' the - theatre-going public
of the city."
FLOYD L, PARK?
Made ..Highest Standing tn Clemson
Mrs. L. M.- Parka ls in receipt of a
letter.- from Registrar Littlejohn ol
Clemson College stating that her son.
Floyd. L.; Parks, mads the Highest
^Unding In college for Ute second
Floyd Park is a graduate of Fraser
Fitting School of this city and is a
member of the Freshman class . at
Clcmcoh. It ls quite an* hdnor for a
freshman to lead a college.
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Told That Then Was No Care for
* A?fter suffering for over twent)
year? with indigestion and havinr
some of the best doctor* here tell mc
there was no cure for,me, I think it
on!y r.'jht *.o tell yon for the sake o?
othor sucerors ss well as your owr
satisfaction that a 2& cent bottle ,fP
Chasab?rlsln'n Tablets- not only re
?ieved ine but cured me within tw*
months slthough 1 am a mao of s5f
years," writes Jul.: Orcblen. HousUro
Tetoe. Obtainably everywhere.
LECTURE ion ON
THE EUROPEAN WAR
... . ... i
AT CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
BY DR MYER-GERHARDT
BEGINS S O'CLOCK
German Scholar Will Present
Question of Great War From
Andersonlaus will have au oppor
tunity tonight to attend thc first lec
ture ?to far delivered hi Anderson on
the European war. Dr. Myer-Ger
bardt of Rerlin will address a meet
Ins; at the chamber of commerce at
li p. m.. under the auspices of the.
Orman Information Bureau of New
York City. Dr. Gerhardt will speak
from the German viewpolot. He un
doubtedly will bc able to present the
facts or the war from the German
standpoint in an interesting ana In
The program tor the exercises as
worked out yesterday afternoon by
tlu; entertainment committee of the
chamber of commerce, sad having the
endorsement of the Anderson Ad Club,
ls as fol low J:
S p. m.-Meeting called to order.
8:10 p. m.-Invocation-Rev. W. H.
Frazer, pastor of thc First Presby
8:15 p. ru.-Introduction of the
Bpeaker.-Hon. A. H. Dagnull. .
8:25 p. m.-Address, "Germany and
the War."-l>r. Myer-Gerhurdt.
The following statement was Issued
by the entertainment committee of the
chamber of commerce yesterday af
To tho public: .Every effort will be
made to accommodate between 300 and
350 people at the address to ba deliv
ered at the chamber of commerce
quarters Thursday night by Dr. Myer
Gcrhardt of Berlin who will speak on
the European war from the German
standpoint. To date about 200 people
have signified their Intention to at
tend tba lecture. Our quarters will
provide accommodations for some
thing, like a .125 to 150 more than this
number. This includes - ladles. We
would not advise bringing tho child
The committeo on entertainment is
charged with the duty of looking al
ter tho interests 0*1 strangers within
tho city, and 1B thu? glad.to.be able
to extend U9 services to Dr. Gerhardt
ls' also read ' yto ' extend its'services
to any representative1 of the.'Alli?a wlm
mjght come here tinder'proper aus
pices. ? .
Try :to he ton liosa promptly. - The
exercises' will bofein promptly at 8 p;
m. .? '< WT i :
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PE Ti : J ll RAHS DR* WK
To Serve Buring Vtol Week of Sum
?ter Term (rim i nul Court*
' Petit Jurors to serve during the first
week Of the summer1 t?rro of the court
ot general sessions' were 'drawn yes
terday by the Jury cominlsfllonersr
Court convenes May 10, with Judge
Titos. S. Sense of Spartanburg presid
ing. . The tullsmeir summoned are is 1
T. Q. Anderson, Anderson.
J. A Campbell, Rock Mills.
Charlie Ashley, Martin.
W. ?. Mabaffey, Wllllamston.
J. P. Bagwell, Winiamston,
C. G. English, Hopewell.
C S. Wauldin. Anderson.
Fred Dean; V?rennos.
James A.' Elgin, Broadaway.
R. J. Ginn, Anderson. '
W. A. Harper. Honea Path,
J. H. Hancock, Vertanes.
Wash Sullivan, WlHlarostou. ?
Tt. C. Qraddoc. Wllllamston.
J. Reid Garrison. Pendleton.
1/ E. Banister. Var?anos.
J. E. Wigglngton, Vsrennes.
J. Ml Merritt, Brushy Creek.
J. A. Todd. Sa Yann sh.
AV. G. Herron. V?r?nties.
J. C. ?Vatt. Garvin.
J. P. Cor. Belton.
w; M. Watt. Vsrenns-.
J. Allen Martin. CenterVitle.
L. R. Ledbetter. Anderson.
U. S. Harbin. Bock Mills.
T.'H. Brock, Hone? Path.
A. C. Cromer. Fork.
W. J. Mitchell. Manta.
E'. W; Masters, Anderson.
G. V. Acker, Hones Path.
F. E. Mitchell, Broadaway.
W. P. Sloan, Anderson.
8. H. Findley, Corner.
51. F. Norris. Belton.
W. J. Moorehead Beltou.
Allies Troops la Tarter.
BERL?N. April 21.-Tage's Zeltung
today.published a special dispatch,
origin unstated, Baying 20,000 British
sad French troops have been landed
near ifinos. European: Turkey, on the
north aide of the Gulf ot Euros.
. Heavy cannonading occurred be
tween Turkish batteries aros sd Enos
sad the ?Ule? warships '?seri s dis
patch. . .
Special Sale of Carnations I
We will sell Today fifty dozen ll
extra fine Carnations at, per doz. SOC. I
Spot Cash. No Phone Qrd?rs.^ ll
F ANT'S BOOK ST ?jSLl
WAS A RARE TREAT
Delightful Address Delivered By
Ex-Governor Mt F. Ansel
-of S. C.
The program for the evening was
begun with devotional services con
ducted by Dr. W. H. Fraser, who
read a selection from the. Ci chap
ter of Isiah. Several beautiful selec
tions were ghpn by the choir, after
which Dr. Frazer in a very charming
und attractive manner introduced the
speaker for the evening, Ex-.?overno=
M. .F. Ansel.
Mr. Ansel 1B SO well known bore,
and bas so many friends, that it was
indeed a great pleasure to have bim
a*' the speaker, and from the first
he had the closes*, attention and sym
pathy of his audience.
He thanked the ladles, fir the hon
or and privilege of making this ad
dress. Ho spoke with pleasure of thc
time be use to be in Anderson and
worshipped in that church.
. Mr.. Ansel's subject for the evening
was, "Last at the Cross^flrst at tbs
Tomb" and he applied this to the wo
man itv the home and the woman in
iLe church, carrying out the work Odd
had planned fer them to do, their
faithfulness at the cross,) their zeal at
his tomb pre,only typ.'cal of the con?
sec rated ; woman of today. ? \ .'? - '
} The greatest happiness of. this world
ls.around the hearthstone. He weat
back to' Jesus In the home at Bethany,
with Martha and Mary, and made tho
application of tho Martha and Mary's
lu other homes. In beautiful language
be . d?sc? ibpd other: homes, homes ot
I peace ond happiness, here in tho'
I brood Southland, with the wife and
I mother aa queen. He road a selection
ifrom "Dilly" Sunday on home, and
I mother, gtvlng the story of the bring
ing home, from a grave (n Africa, with
the greatest national praise and honor
the body ot the man who had written
? song known from the length1 and
breadth of the land, John ll.? vard
Paine, who wrote Homo Sweet Home.
Un told of a thrilling incident on
tho battlefif* 4 of Virginia, as thc band
In the quiet and huah.ef the evening
played "Home Sweet Home." He
spoke of the Influences that go out
from the homo, and showed how great
the work wan right there in the home,
the other work, the women in the
Church, tais great Presbyterial work
all through the Southern church,
helping their pastors, and holding bp
his hands In the work ot the Lord, the
mission work, both home and foreign
which this splendid organization la
! endeavoring to carry on. He spoko
I of the great tide of immigration ?hat
j not only come to America, but the
I large number who return each year to
their native countries-, carrying, back
1 what they have learned here In our
He paid, many tributes to tho work
? the'women are-doing. They were, first
with Hun, at the cross, and they will
be with him In eternity.
His address was a masterly effort
tull of beautiful suggestion? and en
couragement for the work, this splen
did body of women are doing ?n such
an efficient and capable manner.
A beautiful solo div Mrs. McDonald
ended th? program 'or the ever lug.
! CV*ROU?~^~ j
Beat thing tor constipation, eonr i
Stomach, lasy liver , and sluggish 1
bowels. Stops a slclc headache almost
at once. . Gives a most thorough and i
satisfactory flushing-nd pain, no
nausea. Keeps your ays?em cloaked, i
.weet and' wholesome. R, B. Raa- i
m?ssen. iSscan?ba. Mich.,, writes: i
rCftrolax la a fin? laxatlve.^pleasajt i
to take, and doea the work tn a very i
thorough manner.'* . Children lore ?I. 1
IN M SESSION
Large Number of Delegate? And
Visitors Present At First
OOOOOOOOOOOOOO O O o o o o
o I'KO GA 31 TODAY o
o - o
o Devotional. o
o Greetings from Local Societies, o
o Response-Mrs. W. B. Glenn. o
o Election ot Officers. o
o Messago from President. o
o Treasurer's Report. o
o Address-Mrs. W. C. Minter, o
o Chairman Committee on Minis- o
o i ? Home. o
o Home Missions-Rev. G. G. o
o Mayes. ?/
o Foreign MiB6ions.-Rev. D. P. o
0 Junkin. o
o 5:80 O'clock. o
o Devotional, o
o report of Secretaries. o
o Report of Visitor. o
0 Model Mission Study Claas." o
o Conducted by*Mrs.vA. Bramjett. o
o Question Box-Answered by the o
o President. ( o
o Union Service f?r: Children-*- o
o Conducted by Mrs. Motte Martin, o
o . 8:00 O'clock. o
o Devotional-Rev. WV D. Dodge, o
o Address-J-Rev. Mr. Bedingcr,;Of o
? Abbcyin?. o
O ~ o
o o o o o o o o op OU O O O OOO O O
? Quito a number, ot delegatos and J*.
^ood many other ladies were? press?t
?esterday afternoon at four o'clock,
t tho First Presbyterian' . church,
yhen the ftftn annual-meeting ot tho 1
Piedmont Presbyterial convened. The j
president. Mrs. T. E. Strlbling, oil;
Seneca, was " in ' the chair, with the
secretary, Mrs, A. Bramlett of Clero
Sui in her placo. After the devotion
al exercises which were conducted
by the president, tho enrollment of
delegates, and reading-qf tho minutes.j,
of the last meeting ?were heard.
The president then appointed the
following committees: Nominating
committee, Mrs. Raymond Beatty:
Mrs. E. C. Frieraon and Mrs. Charles
Giglnilliatt; committee Cor pla?e of
meeting. Mrs. W. H. Fraser, and Miss
Ruth Walker; committee on res??
luttons, Mrs. S. N. Hughs, and Mrs.
? The president of the. local society,
Mrs. Tx A. McConnell, in behalf bf her
Society, extended a very cordial in
vitation to the delegates to a recep
Uon at tho Mouse at six. thirty.
ALSO IN CONTEST
It appears that W. H. lyon ls not;
the only Anderson;merchant who \a
entered in th? .Rice Leaders ot the
World : Window Trimming . contest.
Walter H. Reese & Co., are also en
tered. In tact they propose to have
three separate and distinct window*
entered. They will, make a Waterman
F.ountaln Pen window, have lt photo
graphed, and then change tho win
dow to en Elgin Watch window.
Anderson will be well represented
In this contcBt, and lt Ia, to be hoped
that one of - these enterprising mer*
chants brings horns a handsome prise.
Both have very, capable window dress
Taking Care of the Children.
No parents would consciously be
careless ot the children..?*- A. Ros
marin. Clarkson, Nebr., uses Fo?ey'e
Honey and Ter tor his two children
for croup, coughs and colds. He
?sys. "We are never without Foley's
Honey and Tar In the house." A dis
tressing cough, sleepless nights, and
raw, inflamed' throat kiSd to a run
down condition tn which the child rs j
not able lo resist contagious or infec
tious dlsAAsei. Foloy's Honey and
rar ls tv uly healing and prompt in
?ctWuv Evan* toarBwer. .,- ?.
By Ladies of Missionary Society
At the Beautiful
. A beautiful ' social success and a
charming way . of Introducing ' the
delegates and home ladles to each
ether was,the delightful reception
given by t)}0- ladies of the missionary
society yesterday afternoon at the
manse. This, . attractive home had
been thrown 'open to the visitors and
the rooms beautifully decorated tn
pot plants and'ferns. On the broad
cool piazza delicious nectar, waa nerv
ed by Mrs. J. F. McClure, Miss Kath
leen Norryce, and Miss Ruth Archer.
At the front door the guests were Wei .
corned by Mrs. J. A. Neely and Mrs.
H. S. Dowling. '
v.'ln the receiving Hue-were Mrs. R.
A. Mcconnel,- president'missionary-so
ciety, and Mrs. J. B. Townsend,- vice
president, and the following visitors:
Mrs. 8. N. Hugh's, Miss^Vlrglnta Nor
ris,r-.Mrs. T. ht ; Strlbling, M>a. -,A
Bramlett, and Mrs. '.Raymond-,Beatiy,
all district officers. ' Tho other julies
of the local soc(ety looked after ap'j
entertained their ' guests most, ' pleas
antly. Mrs. George Townsend!, an'd^
Miss Louise Humphreys Invited the"
guests .into the dining room.
V Here ' a profusion of yellow Jessa
min? 'Was used ter 'decorating.- ? ami
ad elegant salad coarse iv i th ice tea
was served by tho. toUqwlng V.-young
ladies, nuder the. direction of;.Mrs.
Arthur Holman and -Mrs. J.? S.-.MR
Foil. Misa Helen Harfta^rfta? Frailas
Anderdon and Miss ??pgenUv Moxwo)i.
> Mlgtes Claricv. Tow^se^d and ,wln
tilo Fraser pinned on ip? sduvenin.
email pictures of the First church 11?
with white ribbon.
t> SHOOTIXC AFRA? AT IVA
Yraman In Case Cansen Probable Fatal
i ? .. ?
IVA'. April 21.-Monroe. Jenkins
was shot ?.nd perhaps fatally shot
last night by Sam Blackwell, another
negro. They had attonded a gather
ing of some kind. a? "Orons Roads
church near here and on the way
home Harvey Blackwell, a son'bf Sara,
became engaged In a fight with Jen
kins when Sam came up and shot Jen
kins through the liver. .Tbs usual wo
mp.n in tho case ls supposed to bo
Deputy Sheriff Olin Sanders, in at
the scene ot the shooting. Tho young
er Blackwell baa been -arrested and
placed in the lockup hera. ' The older
negro who did the shooting has ' de
parted tor paris uhdkown. Jenkins
was alive when last beard from.
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;;;;; Mn&;fo??> CAUDLE DEAD .
te^ .lwax ^eda^May Steming it
? . ? Hospital in Colombia.. '".'/. ^
: Mr?. Burke Caudle, wife ot ^r. Fred
Candie and daughter of Mr. A. B. Sul
e?n, died at 4:50 o'clock yesterday
morning in 'Babcock's sanitarium, Co
lumbia. The body waa brought -to
anderson yesterday afternoon, arriv
ing hero ?e tho 6 o'clock train. The
tarerai services will be held at "3
o'clock this afternoon at the home, 821
Drayton street. Mrs. Candie Was tak
en to Columbia and placed lb the
sanitarium last Sunday. 8he bsd been
suffering with pellagra, for some ?we.
ind this waa the cause ot ber death,
rhe deceased, is survived by ber
parents, several slaters and brothers,
tier husband, who- ls an engineer on
tho Southern railway and ?cur cha
iren, thc youngest b*>'.i*.g two years
Mad the oldesV being nins years ot
\ Viii 1
mg a wide selection. Great Barums for The THbrifty. j
J JOE TRQWBEDQE On The Squared J