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CHURCH S?VICES TOMORROW
('MUSTIAN CHURCH Reif. J. T. Black pastor-Services will bo held Sunday as follows: Sun day school 10:30; regular communion services and preaching at J 1:30. There will be no evening services. All who desire to worship with us will receive a cordial welcome. CENTRAL PRESBYTERIAN Rev. Witherspoon Dodge. pastor Sunday school at 10:15. Monning service at 11:30. Subject of sermon: "That Which is Better Thsn an Eye or a Right Hand." Special music duet by -Mr. and Mrs. Fitzgerald. "Forever With the Lord." No even ing service. We unite with all tho chruches of the city st the First Bap tist church to attend the commence ment exercises of Anderson College We extend a cordial invitation to you to worship with us regularly. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday morning at 10 o'clock Sabh bat school. Dr. A. L. Smothers; su perintendent. At 11:00 o'clock the sermon before the Anderson College Y. W. C. A. will be preached by Dr. Byron W. DeMent of Greenwood. Sunday evening 8:30 o'clock Rev. W. E. Thsycr will preach the bacca! sreate sermon. The public is cordial ly invited to all the services. ST. JOHN'S METHODIST Sunday school 10 o'clock a. m. Regular services 11:30, sermon by thc pastor, Rev. J. W. Speake. There will be no night services on account of the commencement exercises st the First Baptist church. A cordial wel come to all to all the services. GRACE CHURCH Rev. J. H. Gibboney, rector, phone 835. Services for Trinity Sunday, May 30th. , 8:00 ai- mv-Holy Eucharist. 10:15-Sunday School. 11:30-'Morning prayer sod sermon. 5:00 p. m.-Even song and ser mon. Wednesday, 5:00 p. m.-Evening prayer. All members of the parish who aro contributing to the emergency lund of the board of missions are requested to make their offering on Sunday. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN Sunday school at 10 o'clock. Regu lar morning servico at 11:30 when the pastor, Dr. W. H. Frazer will preach. A cordial invitation is ex tended to all not connected with oth er churches of the city to worship with us. FUNNV, YOU HAVEN T HEARD OF THIS SALS f ?. W. TiibMe's FIRE SALE Anderson Cash Grocery SPECIALS FOR TODAY Another shipment of those Delicious MAJESTIC Ham jurst re ceived. They go fast;,better order one NOW. \ Q Price only, per pound. .'. .. 1OC Home Grown String Beans, 3 pound's OC for.?.??dC Fresh Tomatoes, beets, new potatoes, etc. Jot your Sunday dinner. SPECIAL-Tunny fish for Chicken Salad; sounds funny but testest fine. Try it! JCE TEA-Tell the man-"Orange Pekoe" None better for ice tea. Batt Phone U? Your Wants for Sunday! H e rc 's a Tip That Means Money to You We were fortunate enough to be able to purchase some Roof Paints of different grades, and in all colors at EXCEPTION ALLY LOW prices. For the next thirty days we win give our elastomers th? benefit of our good for tune. We can and will save you anywhere from 20 per cent, to 50 per cent, in the painting of your metal roofs. NOW IS THE time to do this work, and WE are THE people to do it. C M. GUEST PAINT CO. "Guest Sells the Best." Bathing Suits :-: Water Wings : Tennis Shoes : : FAN T'S BOO K JS TORE ' MlOTlONAL S?MM??L LESSON (By E. O. SELLERS. Acting Director of Sunday School Course or Moody Bible Institute. Chicago.) LESSON FOR MAY 30 BRINGS ARK TO JERUSALEM. LESSON TBJCT-II Samuel ?:12-1? ?nd Psalm St. (Study all af chapter 6.) ?OLDEN TEXT-I wis ?lad when they said unto me. Let ut go unto the house "of th* Lord.-PMhn 122:1. Thus ?Test probably occurred B. C. 1042, - in the twenty-second ' year of David's reign. It would be a good plan to assign to various pupils such subjects as: (a) What the ark was and how it came to be lost; (b) Where it had been since the days of Joshua; (c) What occurred to it while in possession of the Philistines; (d) Who was Obed ednm? (e) Uzziah? (f) Michal? (g) Hov Jerusalem came to be the seat of government. I. The Ark Recovered, w. 1-5. David realised that while Cod was the God of all the tribes, still there was no visible religious center; there was the consequent danger of confound ing the local place of worship with that of some local Baal (god) and the possible breaking up of the national reliance upon Jehovah. Where Klr jatb-jearim was is not definitely known, but perhaps it was eight or ten miles west of Jerusalem. The ark hsd lodged here for perhaps seventy] years. David and they that wei? with him followed the example of the Phil istines (I Sam. 6:1-18) in their mode of transferring the ark rather than to have it carried upon the shoulders ot the priests (Josh. 3:3). Preceded by "David and the house of Israel," 1. e., leaders of the people and all others present, they began the return Jour ney from the house of Abinadab. II. The Ark Retarded, w. 6-11 They had reached one of the open Places used as a threshing floor whee the oxen slipped and the cart wat shaken. Uzziah, one of the two inte whose charge it had been placed, laid hold of the ark to keep it from fall lng. Why was he slain therefore? W< have already suggested the reason How to carry the ark was plainly writ ton (Num. 4:6-12; 7:9). Neglect o! God's word gets many well-meaning people Into trouble, along with theil friends, also. The ark was the sym bol of God's presence, and men hat to be taught to revere bis holy nan" said his glorious presence (see las clause v. 2). Uzzlah'a stn was the ak of Irreverence. He seems not t< have sensed the invisible God ki bb visible abode. The result struck ter ror into the heart of David and th< people, and the ark was left in th? nous of Obed of Edom for a peiiot of three months. David's "improve! plan" waa a proved failure. lil. The Ark Restored, w. 9-19 David, by thu? abandoning the ari seams to have resented the Judgmen of God, yet he must have realixe? that God had sufficient cause for hi acts. The ark ls a type of Christ who ls Immanuel, God with us. Th ark contained the law of God, a Christ enshrined the will of his Fa ther. Over the law was the blood sprinkled mercy seat where God me bis people (Ex. 26:18-22). In Chris we find our mercy seat where w< meet God. Ti ..ugh thia ark brougb Judgment to L'ssiah lt brought blest lng to O bed-ed om (v. 12). Even a Christ brings judgment or joy accorc lng to our treatment of him. Obed edom so piously cared for the ark tba both he and his household were rici ly blessed. If Christ ls really In on hearts we will be blessed, and Caril abldeth forever. IV. Th? Psalm of Praise, Ps. ? In the Jewish synagogue this psali ls recited at th? carrying back of th book or the law to Its shrine, and I the Greek church at the consecratlo of the church. The twenty-secon psalm presents 'the suffering Savloi the twenty-third presents the rise Savior aa the shepherd caring tor an leading his sheep, and the twent: fourth tells of the reigning, glorifie Lord. The whole earth is Jehovah (?. 1) and no Incident better teachi the converse, vis., that he ls God < lae earth and not a mer? tribal dalt] Ha "founded" and "established" 1 and all "the fullness," and "they thj dwell therein" are his by creative aa redemptive right. 8tnce we belon to'him ve owe him worship and ser Ice-and a servant ls } one wb "Staads" v. 2). The conditions of fe towjhlp with Jehovah are "clea hanna and a pure heart" (v. 4), thoi wht > deal with honesty abd reverme "Vanity" and "idolatry" are frequent! synonymous terms. Tho .first and the*fourth conditio relate to others, the second and th third to ono's inner lifo (see I Joh 1:6, 7). The reward ot acceptable worshi and service ls "blesslag from th Lord" (v. 6). In verse eight wo fin Israel's great name tor God first uss la the Psalms. He ls gloriously strong, tala Loi ot the hosts of heaven. In 1 Cor. 2:8, Jesus who was erac nedrie called th? "Lord of Glory." Ev? so our coming Klag ht "strong an Mighty" aad will prove bimse "mighty lo battle" (see Rev. 12:19-21 When he, tb? King M Glory, lead ecjUvt.tr captive all of bis follow?] will bar? a part kt that triumph entry. . -./ . Appetite Follows Good Digestion Nearly everyone indulges their appetite and the digestive organs are abuse], resulting in a conges tion ot poisonous waste that clogs tho bowels snd causes much mis ery and distress. The most effective remedy to correct this condition IR the com bination ot simple laxative herbs with pepsin, known as Dr. Cald well's Syrup Pepsin. This is a natural, pleasant-tasting remedy, gentle yet positive in action, and quickly relieves Indigestion, con stipation, sick headache, belching, etc. Drug stores sell Dr. Cald well's Syrup Pepsin at fifty cents and one dollar a bottle, and in thousands of homes it is the indis pensable family remet. ;. - For a free trial bottle, write Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 462 Washington St, Mon ticello, Ills. J.j, liai ?. SL A A-M- A ^ m m ? ? m ^ a. ?? a t ?J.J. j Personal j +4"M +44 ?????? 4 4 ? ???4-4"tr??4-?+ Miss Bettie Bryson, who has been spending several days with Mrs. W. A. Wiles at Iva, passed through An derson yesterday on her way to her .home at Oim Town, Miss. Rev. Frank Ligon. who bas been visiting*his brother, Mr. Joe Ligon at Iva, passed through the city yester day on his way to Townvllle. Mr. C L. Martin of the Lebai:jn section was a business Misltor In An derson yesterday. Mr. Wm. J. Montgomery of Bir? mingham, Ala., waa in Anderson yes torda>- attending to business. Mr. L. L. Wright of Honea Path waa in Anderson for a few houri yesterday. Miss Mary Broyles of Townvllle, has been visiting friends in the city for the past few days. Mr. J. H. Anderson has returned homo after attending the commence ment exercises at Davidson College, his son. Mr. L. H. Anderson grad uated there ti.ls year and is at pre sent at Montreal, N. e., on a house party. Mr. Augdstus Stephenson of Iva was in the city yesterday attending to business. The\ friends of Mr. and Mrs. Lou velle Dean in'Anderson will be pain ed to learn their little daughter is very ill at their home a few miles below the city. .Mr. Pratt King of New Haven, Conn., ls In the city for a few dsyo visiting his mothes Mr. J. M.. 011? has returned from Roanoke, Va., wpre he has been for the past few daM] attending the gen eral assembly cl the Presbyterian church. Dr. J olin MajoB has returned from Nashville. Tenn. I where he has been for the past few^iays. MISB Clara Seawrlght, studed lege spent last n| Mrs. James Mci to their homes a (j Mr. William Davidson College| holidays. and Miss Mam lo of .Winthrop Coir it in the city with laid on their way student at at home for the Mr. Frank Cox, city for the past hack to Greenvin mencement exerc versify where he I rho has been In the days, has gone attend the com et Forman Uni been a student. Messrs. Harry I College, ls at ho] holidays. t Mr. S. 8. attending school Y., bas returned Mr. C. Huckat waa a business yesterday. Mrs. A. M. non section wes yesterday. Mrs. T. E. lb. the city for a| day. sybt* of Auburn for the summer \ . .. who has been ? Poughkeepsie, N. ie. of Lowndesvllla tailor In the etty lister of the Lebn the city shopping of Belton Waa tew hours yester Charleston! To and NORTH, >m the >UTH, V WEST No. 22 . . . No. 6 . . . Anii No. 21 . No. 5 . . . .| Information, rates, etc.,j given. E. WILLIAJ August >:08 A. M, 3:37 P. JV, 1 :i6 ?. M. 3:07 P.M. [Schedules, promptly \t G P. A WHEN you seo an arrow, what do you thing of? \ Of Course! WHY Because it goes straight lo the spot! I OU CAN CHOOSE the meat best I suited to your requirement) and we ?1 cut it exactly as you request it. you don't have time lo Belect per iaHy THE MEATS for your table i you should send your orders to us. Wo give every order careful atten tion and will Bend you only choice cuts of the best meats. Try our merket. The Lily White Market J. N. LINDSAY, Proprietor. Phone 694. rn n Bye and Bye Leads to the house or | never. Begin now, save a part of your earnings Continuous Savings will acion count up when deposited, in tbs Savings Department of The The strongest bank! in the county? t PROFESSIONAL CARDS * DR. J. E. WATSON General Practice Office ta Ltgba ft Led better Building. North Main Street. Office Phorie 210. Residence Phone SSS. C. GADSDEN SAYRE j Architect 405-406 Bleckiey Building Anderson, S. C* Chisholm, Trowbridge A Sta*?* DENTISTS New Theatre Bondini W. WlaWSt E8EAP INSURANCE. Yon ?ta ott/ a bottle of Dr. Hilton's Ufa For The Liver and Kidneys No. L aaa cleanse your system from ?li impurities of your body, and ea-rej iots of ntokaesn and lost thus, Prtea 55 and SO cents. ror sale by all druggists. Distributed b/ Murray Drug Co., -wr terday Is gone. Tomorrow does not ex? ^/ U ^? 1st. TODAY is the day of Opportunity. J\^9 m This is the coloumn of opportunities. Read lt. Use it-if you seek & broader opening for yourself, if you seek men, if you wantto buy or sell machinery? fixtures, equip-ment. Classified Columns Want Advertising Rates Twenty-five words or loss. On? Vim? 35 ?enVJ, Taroo TUM? BO osota. Six Times 91.00. AH advertisement over twenty-fire words prorata tor each additional word. Ratee on 1,000 words to ba used In a r*ontb made on appu ttoo. No advertisement takes for lass than SS eeo ts, cask to ec. ranee. If yosr name appears In tb? telephone directory fe? eeo telephone your want ad to SSI and a bill will be malled after tts lneartloa tor prompt payment WANTS I WANTED-A reliable representative In every community to act as agent for Th?. Intelligencer. Liberal com missions paid. Apply Tho'Anderson Intelligencer. 2-28tf. I SITUATION WANTED-Young man wants position SB driver of auto truck or in auto repair shop. Small salary till ability 1B proven. H. Q. caro Intelligencer. tf. I WANTED-You to know that I am Btill on tho job with tho best weed and coal 1 on the market, If you don't believe lt try me. W. o Ulnier, Phone 649. Successor to Piedmont Coal and Wood Co. 4-lS-tf. FOR SALE rOR SALE-Agricultural Lime at ops dollar per ton bulk In car lots of thirty tons f. o. b. mines. Cash or credit to approved trade. Furmao Smith, Secdman, Phone 464. FOR SALE-Milch cow. Calf 5 wc aka old fine condition, or will trade for beef cattle. Apply to W. E. Rason Hotel Chlquola Barbes Shop, An derron, S. C. . 6-27-3tp. FOR SALE-1 Mich cow. C. EL Mo Lees, R. F- D. No. 6. FOR RENT WANTED-50c each for empty half barrels in good condition, clean In side with heads and staves unbrok en. No paint or kindred barrelB. Petroleum Oil Co. Yard. . 6-27-6t. FOR RENT-Store recently occupied by The Intelligencer Job Printing Department If Interested in a flos stand and rood proposition, apply to Tho Into:.,';.or.ncr. 3-13-tf I To the Farmers of An derson County: We can supply you with Nancy Hall, Portortco and Providence Potato plants in any quantity ot $2.00 per 1,000. Good strong plants and true to name. ? We get plants every day Very truly, CF. POWER & SON Phone 117 201 McDuffie St. MISCELLANEOUS ? ? SM, DRY, PINE WOOD, cut, or In tour foot lengths, or slabs; and perfect ly dry. Prices right See ffpe for all kinds of Are wood. B. N, wyatt, "The $5.00 Coal Maa." IF ITS IN SEASON, and flt to ?at we have lt; and the price won't make you lose your appetite either. "LU? tie Oem" Cafe, J. E. Derrick, Pro prietor, 128 W. Whitner Street. CITROLAX! CITROLAX! Best thing tor constipation, sour stomach, lazy liver and sluggish bow els. Stops a sick headache almost at, once. Gives a most, thorough and' satisfactory ' flushing-no pain, no nausea. Keeps your system cleansed,; sweet and wholesome,-R. H. Wa?V echt Salt Lake City. Utah, writes: ?I ibid Cltrolax tba best layative ? ever used. Does not gripe-no unpleasant after-effects." Evans Pharmacy. Yen caa get tb? news Whll? its new tn The Morning Dsliv Intallhcencer. STOVE WOOD. FOB ?, ALE-Two hundred loads good dry stove wood at 81.00 per load. Phone your der to 231. J. E. Barton. 3-27 SUMMER SCHOOL begins Mon May 31st at 9 o'clock ?! school month 910. Number ot plls limited. No loafers need Q. W. Chambers. ?Oar-MJ PTN DONT MISS TtnS. Cul out slip, enclose with Cc to Foley ft Chicago, 111., wr. 'ng your name address clearly. Yon will roos return a trial package Foley's Hooey and Tar for coughB. colds and croup: Kidney Pills, for pain? and rheumatism, backache, kidney bladder ailments; and Foley Catii Tabiotaf a wholesome and thoroughly cleansing cathartic. -.Stout people en Joy thom. Evans Pharmacy. FOLEY KIDNEY lo? HACK ACH f. i*. S ONC VA Atta NB, VIRGINIA JUNE 1,2, and 3,1915. SOUTHERN RAILWAY /"-" In connection with the Blue Ridge Rs&r?gy. Tickets on sale May 29th to June 2nd, with return limit > Extension will be granted until June 30th by payment o? $8.85 FROM ANDERSON. To accommodate the Veterans and'friends'the Southern R arranged a Special DAYLIGHT TRAIN, leaving A' a. m., Monday, May 31st. io Changing of Cars. 43 Miles Shorter C Southern Railway. SCHEDULE Daylight Special Lv. Anderson.CtsSOAJS. May Si LY. Berton.7:06 AJM. May 81 Lv. Wiiliemetou.7;lSiLM. May : Lv. Pelter.7:2? A.M, &4ay Lv. Piedmont.7:41 A.M. May \\\ Lv. Greenville.S:S0 A.W. May fri Ar.Rlchmon.,. ...8:30P.M. M*y : This is the only through daylight trip and it wll. chance to sec North Carolina, and Virginia ?urin.i; coaches and Pullman sleepers wilt be handled on thc and night train, to Richmond. The Southern Railway has the best location in R??hra From Main street, center of city. Tor further information, tickets. Pullman reservation, is,- o TA?FR TPA J. R AN?ERSON '