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Palmetto Theata
TODAY
"FAIRY FC.RN SEED"
Thanhausct ? wo-reel Drama
"How Jim Won HU Girl"
Alwin
BRONCHO BILLY
Featuring G. M. Anderson
Essanay
ONE OTHER SELECTED REEL
Atkinson's Ice Cream Sold Here Today.
iUOU THE?TR]
TODAY
"THE SMUGGLER'S LASS"
Two-reel Bison
"PARK JOHNNIES"
L-KO Comedy
"AS WE JOURNEY THROUGH LIFE"
Universal
ONE OTHER SELECTED REEL
Atkinson's Ice Cream Sold Here Today.
Extra Special Sale
HAWAIIAN PINEAPPLE
(Regular 25c. Value)
2 Cans, 2 1-2 lbs., Sliced and
1 Can, 2 lbs., Grated for - 3vU
Imported Tea Pot and 1-2 lb, ten**
Orange Pekoe Tea for - 3"f?f
Anderson Cash Grocery Co.
Garden Hose
That's Good
Rubier Hose itsn't a Oood
thin? to. experiment with,
lt requires more than good
optics to tel! che difference
between the kind that's of
cast-off rubber boots and thc
brands that have good stuff
in them. We have found out
all that by experience and you may depend on the Hose
you buy of us as being the best the price will buy.
We have this Hose in several grades-eight ?ents per
foot and higher. We offer you the best values it is pos
sible to procure. <
Sullivan Hardware Co.
Anderson, S. C.
Belton, S. C.
RE CO, J
Yam? completion nzjds
DAGGETT & RAMSDELL'S
LD CREAM
r sa? HNMV *t TI????
Wear
jl!to?c\sel
! ; "Fro L^aay
Fitted perfectly by our corsetiere
$3.50 to $12.50
Mrs. B. Graves Boyd
HOIST CABBY A HANDICAP
TH BOUGH LIFE.
Did you ever stop to think that
your ovcry action, every thought,
your disposition, and character are
Influenced every day by the condi
tion of your Liver? Failure In life
may bc the direct result of a disor
dered Liver.
Dr. Hilton's Lifo For The Liver and
Kidneys will keep your liver in per*
feet condition. Get a bottle.
For Bale by all Druggists.
MURRAY DRUG CO., Distributora
Columbia, 8. C._
THE EVANGELIST ASKED
ONE QUESTION OF ALL
CAUSES CONGREGATION TO
REALIZE JUST WHERE
THEY ARE.
CROWDS GREATER
Seems That People Are Becoming
Much Concerned About Souls
Salvation Now.
Tile subject of thc evangelist's ser
mon last v'sht was: "Where art
Thou?" .Needless to say that the tent
and ground around lt was packed with
people.
In taking up his sermon Mr. Mc
London asked this question. Where
are thou? to the following classes:
Sinners, hypocrites, professors, back
sliders, preachers, Sunday school
teachers, fathers and mothers.
Tho first one taken up was sinners
and In part what he said to and about
this class is gl\len below:
"After the evangelist had finished
tho introduction of his sermon and
showed up thc many ways in which a
man could murder his conscious be
said:
"Thero are Reveral classes that I
would llkc tonight to ask the question
of my text. And the first 1B the sin
ner. Out on the great storn./ sea,
thou? The sinner absolutely has no
hope, his only hope is christ
mast broken, sails in shreds, com
pass lost and steering aparatus dis
arranged, tossed here and ther0 on
thc dark night of sin. lost on the sea
of time and without hope. Where art
and Christ he has rejected, conse
Buently he has no hope. I do not
believe there aro many In this Bible
land of ours but who know that they
are wron?; and have heard that thc
Son of God came to ?ave from sin, but
If thev have heard it and have not
accepted, they have deliberately re
jected the only hope and are gain;:
down to an awful yawning, buming
devil's hell, swept on by tba awful
bent to sin that lies in their very
naturo. They have puked out thei:
dirty old profanity, lied and stolen
and gotten angry and glvnn vent to
that imbred damnable thing tn them,
taken the namo of God in vain, sinned
and sinned and are awecnlng on to
an awful hell. Many a boy right here
lu Anderson ls wading kyiee deep
through a mother's tears, many a girl
ls stepping on her father's heart
strings, unsaved husbands are crush
ing out th? lives of pleading wivea,
while groans and moans from thous
ands upon thousands of ths blighted
and blasted ones aro coming up be
fore God who sends me here with this
message t0 tho lost men of Ander
son, sinner where art thou?
"You say, Mhc. 1 don't commit any
big sin?. Yes, but, listen, stn ia sin
with God. Brother one sin In your
life will separate you from God. You
say you don't commit any big sins.
I want to ask you what had Adam
done? Just ono thing, he disobeyed
God and broke bia commandments in
ono point and aa a result of this dis
obedience, he waa kicked out ot the I
.carden and blighted with a curse and
for the last 6.009 years baa beer, a !
gangrene of sin left down thr JUS*
tbe ages. One leak will sink a Ti
tan tio. A man may be a good, man
md he may be S highly esteemed citi
zen, may have good traits and com
mendable, works aid probably has
never been before the law courts, but
you let him go out heVe on your streets
and in a cold-blooded way take the
life of one of your fellow cltitena and
as a result ot that one sin ha will
have to go to Columbia and enter
th? death call and have 2,000 volts ot
lightning shot through him.
Then the evangelist turned to the
section occupied by the preachers and
says:
"Bretheren we treat sin too lightly.
God does not excuse stn. Sin ia not
a mistake, sin is not aa accident, but
it is an awful reality, what canaan all
of this remorse? You can hear the
hissing of th? serpent in the word
sin. Uv? seldom gone lato a com
munity and begun work but w>hat
there haine been a few careful Marthas
around and when I would begin to
cry alound again?*, deviltry and tell
than to, pat tlfelr nose on th? back
tnt* and eleen na their T?*t ur?
and roil away the atone, the old care
ful Mjlr4ha will cry out. ?w>.y
dont need to
?fi ydu? Wi, Lar.nrjp
9*
J. L COCHRAN FIRED
Oil BY AGNEW NEGRO
INJURIES NOT SERIOUS AND
HE IS NOT CONFINED
TO BED.
NEGRO ALSO SHOT
Before Firing on Mr. Cochran Ag
new Shot at Another Negro
By Name of Regular.
Sheriff Ashley and hi? deputies are
on the lookout for a negro named
Alex Agnew, who early yesterday
morning after shooting a negro by
the name ot Sherman Regular, turn
ed on Mr. James L. Cochran, fore
man on Mr. Lee O. Holieman's farm,
a few mlle? below tho city, and fired a
load of shot into him. Tho shot
were small and owing to tho great
distance at which the gun was fired,
Mr. Cochran was not seriously in
jured. Regular ls not dangerously
wounded.
It seems that Agnew and Regular
had a little fuss on Thursday evening,
the former claiming that the latter
was too intimate with his wife. Fri
day morning about 7 o'clock Agnew
came up on Regular where he was
hoeing in the field and opened fire
on him. He then turned on Mr.
Cochran and shot at him.
Sheriff Ashley was notified and
with Deputies Sanders and Williams
went to the scene. They returned to
the cit? yesterday afternoon unable
to locate the negro.
After he fired the shots he ran in
to the woods and although he was fol
lowed by several hands who had gath
ered, he warned them not to follow
him, and made his escape into the
swamps. Mr. Cochran who was not
injured much, lead the party who tried
to find the negro and is doing every
thing lu his power to catch him. lt
is thought that he will bc apprehend
ed today or tomorrow' as several ne
groes of that section have promised
to aid in locating him.
A1ERSHU?TY DAY
AT CLEMSON COLLEGE
Will Be Observed on July 2, and
Cordial Invitation Is Ex
tended td All.
, **f ?<? V
It was officially announced yester
day by .Clemson College officials that
next Friday, July 2, nad boen" desig
nated as Anderson -county day at
Clemson College apd, that al) farmers
and business men In Anderson county
were invited to . come to Clemson
College and take part In the celebra
tion of the,day-, :- *\r?.'.
lt is understood-jtbat all visitors
will be shown the xtomonstratlon of
the various work being done In agrl
culturing, dairying and horticultural
dcartmonts at Clemson Colleg0 and
the day made in effect an institutional
day for Anderson county.
Mr. S. M. Byers, county demon
stration agont, stated at the chamber
of commerce yesterday afternoon that
he hoped there would- be a large dele
gation to visit tho college and that he
would be glad to advise ail parties
who may be dosiroUs of making the
trip just what the detailed plans
would be, since only tentative plans
have only so far been outlined.
Mac we would like to have Brother
Lazarus brought out but can you not
sprinkle some lavender scented rose
water, sermonnettes on Brother Laz
arus and ressudest him in that way
without having the stone rolled away?
I'll toll you, Mac, Utera will be a
very bad odor, *ho stlnkoth.' Oh, how
the careful Marthas are bound these
days. They want their loved ones
raised, converted, brought bach to life,
but oh- that confessing sud restitu
tion and reconciliation and paying
old debts. It will . dise a bad smell,
yes lt will but until tho stone is toll
ed away Lazarus will remain in the
grava, a putrifying, decaying old
corpse and the careful Marthas will
about keep him there. And yet there
are men ;ust aa dead In the town or
Anderson tn a spiritual way as Las
aros was in a physical way and here
are the cigarette sucking Lazaruses,
the whiskey drinking Lasuruses, cov
etous Lasarusea, the licentious Lass
ruses, the profanity using Lazarnses
and it will take Just as supernatural
power to raise them from a spiritual
grave, as lt did to raise Lazarus from
a physical grave. And yet. the care
ful Martha? wine around and say don't
roll away the atone.
Think bf the sin of Intemperance.
Ons hundred thousand men dis an
nually ot Intemperance and the boys
of this country are filling up the ranks
made vacant by the cid bleary-eyed
down-and-outs rs. Think of a funeral
procession 3,000 miles long and a 110.
000 hearses la the procession,. 100.000
widows and 500,000 fatherless child
ren. One man will leap in' front of a
train, another wilt plunge Into a river,
another w'.!*. throw bia hanu to his
bead and a life end, another will cry
mother and his life will go out like
a burnt match. Look at..the wlfehood
dan th/> motherhood and the childhood
and see the tears, ran down the up
turned faces Tears are too weak
for Utat hellish dirty business, tears
a.'?> o*?ly i Art nf iufkw.u. *w?. -.j
op at the bidding bf aa occult power.
And yet the tola skinned, pliable plas
Mo, nonenitlea fcodck Jnd criticise
men for righting tip dirty dnisnable
(Tos$ffrd
They Lace In front
$2.00 to $10.00
Fitted by otu* Cometiere.
D. GEISBERG
CHEAP INSURANCE.
You can bay u bottle of Dr. Hilton's
Life For Tbe Liver and Kidneys No.
2, and cleanse your system from all
Impurities of your body, and save
lots of sickness and lost time. Price
25 and 50 cents.
For sale by all druggists.
Drlstributed by Murray Drug Co.,
Columbia. 8. C.
8IG HORSE RAGES ON
INDEPENDENCE DAYI
THIS WILL BE ANOTHER FEA
TURE OF THE GRAND
CELEBRATION.
WILL BE BIG EVENTS
Will Also Have Trottera and Pac
er? Races, With Dr. Snyder
In Charge
The general arrangement commit
tee of the Ad Club is very busy these
days making final arrangements for
the Independence Day celebration
which is to be held in Anderson on
Monday July lo. Tho program con
sists of bicycle and motorcycle races,
automobile races and horse races.
It was announced yesterday that it
had been decided to have a pony sad
dle race for boys abd girls, the prizes
offered1 being a loving cup. All will
run, then the three winners and fin
ally two will run to decide the race.
Another feature which will be
added to the program will be a race
for trotters and pacers. The first
prize 'will be a purse of $10 and sec
ond prize a purse of' $'?. This race
will be run like the poney saddle
race.
Anyone who is Interested in eith
er of the above races and wish fur
ther particulars may see Dr. Snyder
at Clarence Osborne's livery stable.
Among the names of boys who have
entered for the bicycle race are: Ed
ward McCaslln, Rollie Hopkins, Carl
ton Mullinax and Aubrey Hopkins.
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! Personal
. a -.--? ?\ Alf i il AAAJ- * * ?XI
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Mr. Joe Case of Helton was n bus
iness visitor to the city yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Shirley pass
ed through the city yesterday en m:te
to their home at Honea Path after.]
spending a few days with Mr. and j
Mrs. Ernest Latimer at LowndesvUle.
Dr. T. O. Kirkpatrick was a visi
tor In the city yesterday from Lown
desville.
Mr. and Mrs. James A. Hall, Jr...
of Aiken are the guests of the former's
father, Mr. J. A. Hall, Sr.
Mrs. Eroy Stone, Mrs. Thomas
Hugh Cox and Mr. James Whitmlre;
of Greenville and Kiss Ines" Dychea I
of Aiken motored over from Green-j
ville yesterday and spent the day in?
Andereon.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gantry of
Starr were in th0 city i jr a few hours
yesterday.
?
Messrs. Ralph and Gailllard Hunt
er of Pendleton were in A^derson yes
terday.
Mr. Arthur Brown of Iva la visit
ing in tho city.
Mrs. Ophelia H. Villis of J-Auremv
is the guest of Mrs. ?. F." Clink
scalcB
Pvo. L. M. Malu, ff ey of Belton was
in the ...Hy for a few hours yesterday,;
Mr. Joe Smith of Starr was a bute
Inesft visitor to the f city yesterday;
Mr. J. F. Sutherland of Iv* wa*
among the business visitors ia the
city yesterday.
-
Mr. Will Bell of LowndesvUle waa
In Anderson yesterday.
Mr. Frank Carenter of Walhalla
was in the city yeaterday afternoon.
Dr. and Mrs. McLeskly an? little
daughter of Pendleton waa in the city
yesterday.
Greatly BenefltM ky CSsa*!****^
.T have used Chairiberlaln'B Uni
ment for sprats, brutees and rheu
matic pains, asid the gr*.1! beaaat __l
have recelvedf?ustifle* my
mending it
wr?ies airs, ?saw1
Ind. If you
matte pains?;
Headed wlth?*
[ftamberlatefl^^H^^IP
tainahle
J?* U ~
Millinery
That's Wonderfully
Pretty
And a Trimmer that's wonderfully
good-makes our Millinery Depart
; ment the best and cleverest here
abouts.
A season or so ago there were just lots
of folks who didn't know we had this
department, or if they knew, they cer
tainly didn't take the trouble to find'
out about its goodness. Now there's
a different story to tell-a satisfying
story, too-for we are selling day after
day these same folks all their extra
hats, and in every instance they are
delighted.
We Want
Your Next BW
No matter what sort of a v.at you need
we can make it-make it very stylish,
very becoming' and at a little price. Of
course, we'll help you with sugges
tions, have you try on "this and that,"
till you find one you like best. Should
you make a choice that we don't think
is young enough nor pretty enough
we'll tell you so.
Right now we are well prepared to take
care of all your summer wants in Milli
nery, with a stock of New Shapes,
New lowers, New Feathers, New Rib
bons, etc.
.Suppose you come in today, or any
time will do, tho you know you will be
served better when the stocks are full
and fresh. Today begins a big sale of
all Trimmed CoXored Hats, be sure you
see them.

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