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THE BLAZING SEA
Positively Ihc most sensational picture ever i n Anderson.
Alto thc big FACTORY FIRE. A grand production.
See thc SHIP BURN AT SEA.
'??.-3 ls a Keystone Comedy in two parts. It is a special release Wc arc offering this pic
ture for your approval. It io thc best thc Mutual people put out.
Special Music By Our Orchestra
ADMISSION 5c and 10c OPEN 2:10 P, M.
We Do Not Close For Supper
THE BANK ACCOUNT Dr. Vines
Is thc first step towards success. ^
... . , , , Ila? Not Yet Reached a Decision
Makes you independent. A> to ^
Protects your family in emergencies. . Call
Gives vou standing in thc community.
Is an ever present help in time of need.
j Dr. John Vinos, pastor ?it thc
Start one with us at once. nrs! ***** ?Auren or Hilarity, who
received n tall from tho First Ilnp
?. . . i J "st church of Roanoke. Vu.. Inst week
lnterCSt paid On CtepOSltS. Ktutcd yesterday lh:it he has not yet
mndo up hsj mind whether, or not he
shall accept tlie call.
- . -_ ^ _ _ ? _ _ . _ Ho ssld lie hoped t,o he able to make
FARMERS ?& MERCHANTS BANK * format announcement tu .the con
FARMERS LOAN & TRUST CO. p?Fi^ T PUl'
V ?im**. ~ T" - ~ Silo
J % % W % %r % W 0i Concrete is Being Built by Mr.
_R. S. Ligon on His
They Dre thc tires tildi carry yon lotiiie^t, far
thercst and cagiest, with most ".iles Per dolla, arid Jfc *? ?f JSfBw!
fCWCSl stops OM way. place near Cox's creek. This silo lb
to br our of thc most modern In tho
state if not the largest, lt will have
|7or Salfi Rv B caoaclty of 75 tons, atu will bc
* Mt fc-,?***? ???Jr made eutircly of concrete. It .? sunk
ip i -I A ??tl mto tIlc carll> to a depth ui 12 feet
I f%f~% fi A lirn ^hsTTI ?w* Wi? iba 32 feet In height above the
* V/***V* jr\\J.l*\J Ukl%J]J pronnd. t has a diameter of 10
feet, and will bc one of the most
? mi i ? i i III modern of Its kind in tho county.
"Thc Man From Home" to Be Presented Here Chautauqua Week
WELLS WATSON OINK AND TBS CHARACTERS HE IMPERSONATES TH "THE KAN FROM HOME."
ABLIND man sitting In a Chautauqua audience in Michigan last sommer, following Wells Watson Gina's ren
dition of "The Mau From Hom-.'' declared that bad ha not been Inform td otherwise he would surely nara
thought that the plsy was being produced by a group of actors la stead of by oas man. Each character
with Ita distinctive quality ot voice became recL
lt is doubtful, however, ir the play was any more real to this blind man than to those who could sea. fer he
missed tim sxptfesaion of fae? sod the gestures sad other features of th? impersonation which still further dis tia
gulch ?sch on? of tho characters which Mr. Gina portrays.
Bast ot all. Booth Tarkington, ona of the authors of th? play, has heard Mr. Qiao gire the Interpretation of
Ita ?jg sad expresses hts delight ta ? personal letter to him.
On caora than 10O Chautauqua* last season, on a tour beginning la Mississippi and extending ow np mto Hu-.
nota. Mr. Ohm gav? thia play, and lt was conceded to be s I-ding feater* of tb? program.
?Cm Jan? 9 a essumonication to thc- Redpaia Boreen waa received from Winona. Misa? signed by five people.
lt rand ?? part ea fallows; "Our peopj? were delighted with Mr. Wells Watson Gino. The Mau From Home' was
one of tba most .?tractive entertelnmants ot our Chautauqua, and wa wish Ht could bi repeated her?. Competent
judges pronoenca** it one of the beat read? ;ge that they had ever heard."
Mr. GiM ts t? SHOW hera cn the big Redpath Chautauqua program.
REVIEW OF MEETING
SESSION JUST ENDED AT
VARENNES CHURCH WAS
Of Particular Importance Engaged
the Attention of thc Pres
I Tbe bossions of Jue (Presbytery of
Piedmont, whick have . Just becji
bold at thc V?rennos church in thia
county, wert among thc mo:t im
portant that have ever been held in
the history of the organization. The
exercises in celebration of th?"?
centennial were, of course, very lu
I foresting and impressive, but aside
I from thia programme lhere was
enough spice introduced into the
regular proceedings to make lt count
as "an interesting oieetl?g."
There were three things which
challenged thc attention of the hotly
to the extreme. These were: The
matter of removal of Chicory Col
lege from Greenville, thc .retaining Of
trustees for Davidson College,.and tito
relation of the Presbytery to .the
Synod's committee on home missions.
! lt ls known that there are.some ijictu
j bera of thc Piedmont Presbytery who
?feel that tito grouping of the educa
I tiona! institutions in one center . is
greatly to be desired from the stand
point of ?'aving of running expenses
j greater efficiency in teaching .force,
and other considerations. Thin con
tingency, Introduced a resolution
?that tho college at Greenville bo re
! moved to Clinton and-bc placed beside
thc Presbyterian College ot South
Carolina. It was contended that thc
controlling Presbyterians bad already
declared It Impracticable, to continue
at tire present site iii -Greenville.'and
I that no available site .'could ' br ac
I cured within the limita or lu the sub
urbs of Oreonville. The people of
'linton had suggested that they would
bo glad to offer a Bite.-a'nico contri
bution and tile continued support ot
the institution. Thia was strongly
Dressed, but others contended that
Greenville had put ' money into thc
C hi cora plant anti! that the peoplo of
Greenville wcre cntltied'to have their
money remain in,their city, lt .vas
doclded to instinct lite board nf rus
tees that so far as Piedmont Presby
tery ls concern?e), tbat, tho college
should remain.tn Greenville.
In the matter yof .?bs .trustees of
Davidson College-rlt was decided to
retain control of' jual institution. Mr.
W. C. 8m Ith ot Baal ey was elected to
succeed his brother, the late'Dr. R. P.
Smith. Dr. Frazer of Anderson is the
other member, of thc board ot tr tm toes
from Piedmont presbytery. ?.
Thc Presbytery voted to spend Hs
energies' and resources within tbe
bounds of the p??uHyt^rv when lt
?comes to the dc tortol en t of home
missionary work. Thc action was tak
I on after much discussion.. and ' after
lt appeared to tho Presbytery that tbe
work of the Presbytery ts too press
ing to allow it to dissipate Its en
Other mattera of only routine order
were carried out. , Tho timo ar?d
place for neat meeting' waa nxod au
September 21. at Liberty. S. C: Tho
rommibslqners to thc general assem
bly were selected yesterday and wore
sa follows: Ministerial, commissioner,
Rev. Daniel P. Junkin, of Piedmont.
wHh Rev. D. W. Dodge of Anderson
as hie alternate; .Ruling Elder .com
missioner. Mr. J. M. Giles of the First
church Anderson, .and Mr. . W. It.
Hammond of Sandy Springs aa hie
alternate. The aaesnbiy -will .con
vene In tbe First Presbyterian church.
Newport Nows. Virginia, on Thursday,
May 20, at 8 o'clock. Thia bolly ts the
highest court of the Southern' Pres
byterian church. Last year tho as
sembly mot in Kansas. City, Mo., abd
Ute representatives ' from this Pres
bytery were Rev. C. M. Wilcox, of
Walhalla, and Ruling Elder J. Ii
Sherard of thc Central church Ander
Altogether this waa.? groat meeting
of the Presbytery and-Gie hospitality
of tho people of Vereine* .community
will long be remembered. The ; din
ners were served at the church each
day and were sumptuous and taste
Goes to Person Receiving Mos*
Votes ir the Con
The contest for the Liggett. .and
Meyer Tobacco Company's motorcycle
will close today at -noon. The voting
for the peat week bas bc*n unusually
heavy, sad there ate doubtless many
candidates .who are -holding their
votes until the last minute, and will
then make a bbl rush to the front
with their large supply. If this ta the
case, the votes will nave to be polled
at tho Owl Drug company, for early
today, the boxes are eil collected und
only those at tho Owl Drug store
will be left open until noon. These
votes will thea be counted, and the
winner will be declared some . davy
next week. The machine witt be given
as soon aa the ?rateras front the last
count como back from Rlcbjuon
S S. CONVENTION
AT MONEA PATH
INTERESTING MEETING AD
Field Secretary for South Carolina
Spoke on "Sunday School
The Anderson District Sunday
.School Conference of tho. Methodist
episcopal enan. li. South, which con
vened at llcnca Path. 8. C.. ou Wcd
'?csdiy night, April 2$, adjourned on
Thursday afternoon. April 29th. The
L'nt i rr time of the three, one on Wed
nesday night, and two on Thursday,
wan full of interest and profit to all
sunday school workers present.
Tho ?Irst scssiou Wednesday night
?vas opened with a song and prayer
service, lcd by Rey. J. H. Dan ncr of
P-ev. Vv. C. Owens, the field secre
tary of both the South Carolina, and
tipper South Carolina Conference of
thc Methodist church, wab thc princi
pal speaker on Wednesday night. Ile
took for hi? subject, "The Sunday
School Movement." lila remarks
were timely and showed that he waa
well versed in tho work of thc Sun
day schools. Tilla waa'/(ev. Owen's
first appearance iu tlie Anderson dis
trict, hc-baving succeeded. Mr. J. M.
Way at the last ncsslon of the South
Carolina Conference. , He made a
very .favorable . impression and nono
seem to have any doubt of his not
bevis able to fill the position he bas
taken with dignity to himself add
honor to thc church and cause lie re
The morning session on Thursday.
April 29tU. convened at 9 a. m. Rev.
W. P. Her lin of Orrville, conducted
tue opening devotional -services.
Thc Attitude of the Sunday.School
to tho Social Life of thc Community,
was thc first, subject, Thia waa-led
by ltev. J. M Steadman of Clemson,
and also spoken to by several dotllers
durlag the general discussion bf thc
subject. Itev. W.: p. Owens 'thon
spoke on. "The Standard .of Efficiency
and What it Means." " .
Thc Boy Scouts idea incorporated
into our Sunday school work was thc
subj-ct discussed "by Uer. - J. ' W.
Spealro of Anderson- ??_..*:..
At thc afternoon session ri3Y. J. L.
Singleton of Starr condhctod thc de
votional .serr?es. Tho' opening subject
at . that session -was. the Sunday
School'Organized for Mission Work.
Thia wss led by Rev. W. M. 0wmg3,
and brought forth remarks from sev
Dr. J. L. Stokes ot Walhalla read
a well prepared paper on. Skilled Lab
or-*? fe* th?? Sunday' School."
The Qualifications and Opuortunlti
tica of a sunday School Teaocher.
was disci)bbcd by J. D. Marshall of
nev. W. D. Wharton ot tho Ep
worth Orphanage, and tho RcV. D.
E. Cam ak of thc Textile Industrial
Institute addressed tho conference In
tho Interest of their respective works.
Taken as a whole this conference
was up to any of those formally, hold
The Presiding, older. ReW T. C.
O'Dell was * valuable help to Ute con
ference and hw .frequbtt.ahort. but
appreciated and beneficial talks on
several ot thc subjects Were luteroJt
ing to all.
' 'The following - committee, which
'had been appointed at an carly soo-V
.'A-. M. Lander, W; g. Morrison,*C
A. Subcr. M. FL. Dunlap. Dr. J. L.
Stokes. Rev. J. L. Singleton. V). H.
L?ppo and J. F. rAnderson to ?ct. So
a ' general committee reported some,
growth .in several d?partaient?- of thc
'Every charge lu the Anderson dis
trict was. represented 'and tho atten
dance was up to that of the proceed
.-' -Tho following were nominated aid
elected as officods for the noxt year:
' .The presiding elder, chairman; .J.
B. Marshall. Anderson.' S. C.. -DU
trict Secretary; Mrs. J. W. .Speakc.
Anderson, 8. C.. Superintendent Ele
mentary Department; . Mrs.- D. L.
Beaty. Anderson, 8. C. SuperViton
dent Training Claaaca; Prof. G. S.
Good yon. Wllllamston, Superintcodcnt
Wesley Claaaca; Miss Paris D'llsrd.
Seneca, Superintendent Home Depart
A rising vote of. tbanka was ex
tended Honea Path for ita kind care of
the delegate8. " 0
FIRE LABT MUHT
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T. <?, Anderson's toUar Factory
81brntly Damaged by l'Unies.
Fir* last night shout 9 o'clock broke
out in tho collar and pad manufac
tories* p??bt of TV . Q- Anderdon, in
the )HIue rad ge Railroad 'yards, but
the flames >v;ere extinguished before
any serious damage had boon done.
'Oaring' the lattei part of Mar?h
thia, plant waa practically, destroy
ed by .ttre. tt was rebuilt Immed
iately and recently resumed opem
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Today's Program t ,
Al Williams Musical Comedy Company
A Very Funny Farce Comedy.
Movies for Today
"The Black Sheeg*
"An Image of the Past"
"When Love Took Wings"
"We run the cream of the Mutual Service"when it comes
?< r, . to Comedy.''
T ? o :
Open 1:30 P. M.
5 Reds ". /. ;>.'.??'' ; ;J
"In Tune With The Wild"
Selig Wild Animal Drama in 3 reel, illustrating (he influence of *
man over the Animal Kingdom. A startling ' \ '?.
vivid, spectacular wild animal drama. ..'"'**"
"Broncho Billy" |
One Reel Western Drama. ' * f'
"A One Reel Comedy to Be Selected."
Admission Always -:- .5c and 10c
? TQ?NC woWha^?lTS I
Y /V^th having now-thatV
why we say, "put Diamond . .:
Squeegee Tread Tires on your t~
car right away-tomorrow* .<.
Jit's just remarkable how thia ?
? . " ' Squeegee Tread difts In, scrapes j
an acquaintance with the road f
and prevents going ott on a
We can y a compleio stock
Anderson Hardware Co. I
$?L?MEL IS MERCURY! IT SICKENS! !
ACTS ON LIVER LIKE DYHA1TE
i s*r a? tami Mi ?MI S?M/i?rl
aaw ?sa* TN sa, ?^tfl?-ysSOfcS
< Listes to ?Mt Take no more sick- Dodson's Liver Tone is dfcetroVdg tfe
eaiag. salivating calomel when bilious or cale ot eejoWd NssiSJfi it'I? ?eat liver'
constituted. Don't lose a day's work I medicine ? entirely vagilablev thc ttfuf tfc
? Cs len 1 > ie mercury or quicksilver caa sot salivate e? teaks you tick,
which causes necrosis of tho bones, I guarantee that one Wwful of Dod
Calaattl, when it comes Into contact eon's Liver Tone will put your ?biggi?k
with nour bile crashes into it, breaking tirer tp work ead cleani your, bowels Ol'
it up. This is when jou feet that awful that sour bile ead constipated- wast*
>aosea and crumping. If you av? alug- which bi clogging your a/*teji) _?Wt sajag
,lifer is torpid and 't*>w?i"s co'nr?pab? ?, bottle of' Dyson's Liv* Twas"WS
&^**yt&-**?+t4*Kdisafseeer ***** keep -TOUT******* ftntfty ?Sh**ti^i?r
teague, it breath i? l?d or a?casae* soar moethe. Give |t to your nklMren. It la
loaf toke e. spoottfn! of karralea Dod- karola*; deesa't gr?j* sad 4V? likt ita
ena? \\rer Vms OB my guaraatee, pleasant tsetr. '