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Married by 'Wm. F. Leo, No'jixy
Public, at his residence, Monday, April
10; 1910, Mr. Charles Guthrie and
Miss May 'Belle Browning, both of the
White Plains section of Audorson
The following announcement which
has just been received at this office
will come as a surprise to many ot
ibo friends of tho contracting cou
Mr. and Mrs. William John McClure
announces thc marriage
of their daughter
?Mr. James (Henderson Skol ton
Nineteen hundred fifteen
at dix oVlor-k-'
On April 1, Mr. and Mrs. Skelton
left Anderson in a esr tolling their
iricude that they -wcre: going for a
visit to La von ia. On nrrlving at
Greenville 'they went inunedbvtcly to
G. C. W., where 'they were married
In the wost parlor by Dr. Ramsay, the
president of the college. Mr. and
?Mrs. Skelton returned to Audorson
on Sunday, .but having decided to sur
prise their friends, kept their mar
riage secret for several days.
Tho bride, a graduate of G. W. C.,
to ono of the county's most popular
and attractive young women. The
groom is a young business man of
marked ability and holds un impor
tant position with thc Anderson
Phosphate and Fertilizer works.
They will mako their home In Ander
Mrs. A. G. Frotwell and Miss Gar
ri? Fretwell of Anderson arrived yes
terday to lio thc guests of Mrs. Mart
Floyd on Mills avenue.-Spartanburg
geulor Phllatbot ('lu H M.
Tho Senior Phllathoa class of the
First Presbyterian church will meet
on Thursday afternoon at four o'clock
at thc home of Mrs. R. L. Thompson
on Calhoun street, the hostesses be
ing Mrs. Thompson. Mrs. C. E.
Cobb, and (Mrs. H. S. Dowling.
'i!ns Kress to Lecture,
dvj'ss Kress* will talk to the ladles
of the city on Friday afternoon at
four o'clock at the First Presbyterian
church, under the auspices : of . the
Senior Phllathea class. All thc
ladies of the city are invited to . .be
present. Miss Kress ta a young .wo
man of rare mental endowment, and
an attractive personality, and those
who have heard her speak, have been
charmed with her. .' . .
For Dira. Brlssey.
Mrs. H. ..Wi Caldwell entertained
Saturday over-Jug at a six o'clock din
ner for her house guest, Mrs. W.
li. Br las cy, of Anderson, S. C. Covers
were laid .for eight and thc table was
lovely with Its cut glass and hand
painted china, 'the work of tho hos
tess. Mjrs. Caldwell ie no [poor
artist,aa tho contents of her china
cabinet revealed. Those enjoying
Mrs. Caldowli's hospitality were, Dr.
and Airs. MoCall, *Mr. and Mrs. J.
Ti. Gaillard, Miss Mable Gray, and
Mrs. W. L. 'Brlsscy.-La Grange Re?
-Mrs. Annie Gassaway, Mrs. Bessie
fll&nu.'aurt Miss iDalsy Philpot, Dr.
Hinton and Mr. Henry Gaines, all of
Central spent yesterday with friends
Mhs Ellen -Plnckncy of Charleston
and Miss Julia' Plnckncy of WUllam
3ton ar? tho guests of Mrs. J. L.
For Mrs. Bufas Fant. Jr. y
For many years tho lovely grounds
of the (homo of Mr. and Mrs.. Rufus
H. Fant, Sr., havo been a sou reo of
pride to every try o Andorsonlan, es
pecially thone who bad the pleasure
of pointing it out- to the-- strangers
and visitors. ..Now how much more
enchanting ls t&p picture .with. tito
?wonderful bamboo grove. . lending a
touch of l?divlcru?^ty.'B 'tito typical
Southern home. Tho home, while
uaw. remind a one of ' Mount Vernon,
for th? ?jroi.ttccturo ls strikingly sim
iVir. Th? Interior, however, *? more
. mode rn-lt JD beautiful ??id most
, auapar.iryio for cutortclnlng which Jd
ono of Mrs. Fan ts greatest pleasures.
All of 'us .wm^ttlier iwhaf ^"wonder
ful fotest she spresd' fermm carpenters
who bulli tho homo-next in ; orar
minds ?jomes tho lovely r?ception,
which those who attended:wl?l always
? romatti/bef. .-'??' ?. *. ?
; Bira. ?Cv B? Minor ?ad >Mrs. Sher
ard, deters of tho hostest? greeted th?
(guest eat the door, lb tho west draw
rag tooth Hood tb? !i^*ttg:lftfe com.
?posed of Mrc.. F.'Uf ua Pant. Gr.. Mrs S
and Zita. Cochran. Hera everybody
stopped1 to '^gaze." Oh all ?Ides wer?
heard mimerons words o? & braise
?'fcbi?r.D??fttttlft?l"i "how lovely the man
iel? art/ "hbw dutiful : ihfe, floors
??H,H'.m:i6 dt continued during the
Sm1"fo?g?v? the' llutr^SrsoSll?S''
none could veeto.
The guest were inrlt?d next Into the
cpnsorvatrit'y gay with primrose*,
mica, ?nd pot pi?nt*. Her? .Mn,.
ifatladtna matAn ?nd Mr*. ?z??? 'iz
din?ng room whore
course wan ?erved
pietc tour of this magnificent liouie.
The eutlre IIOUBO was fillc J with
pink carnations, pot plants and Kil
larney roses. Thc dining '-ocin was
especially pretty. On the center ta
I hie -was a large candle hi h ra filled j
with ; pink shaded caudles. Around'
this stood hugh vates of pink roses j
and carnations1. This was one of the :
most brilliant receptions ever given
ia Anderson and was in honor of
Mrs. Pant's new daughter-in-law,
Mrs. Rufus Pant, Jr.
Mrs. Fant, Jr., before her mar
riage was Miss Jones ot Knoxville,
Tennessee. She visited hore (before
she married (Mr. Fant and made u
host ot friends who ate delighted
that she hat' come to make th's her
home, except during the legi Mature,
when Mr. Fant, who is our youngest
and. ene of our most prominent re
present/Hives, ls lu Columbia.
In her lovely pink muline and taf
feta evening gown with an armful
of Killarney roses she made a most
beautiful picture. Site has large
brown eyes and dark hair.
Others assisting Mrs. Fant in her
duties as ho ut ess 'were: Mrs. O. L.
Martin, Mrs. J. E. White, Mrs. J.
M. Sullivan. Mrs. Lizzie Sullivan
Mrs. A. V. Means, M rs. B. A. Henry
Mrb. Frank'Bolt, Mrs. Carrie McC.
Patrick. Mrs. J. R. Anderson. Mrs.
T. L. Cely. Airs. Minnie Milford, Miss
Norris of Greenville, etc.
? COMING AND GOING *
Dr. D. A. Burrlss of Iva was a
business visitor yesterday.
Mr. Joo Jones of Starr spent yes
terday 'in the city.
Mrs. T. D. Cooley and rMs. Ern
est Latimcr were shoppers from
Low mles vii le yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Atrial of Wil
lisson spent yesterday In thc city.
Mise Carrie McCuen has returneu
from Slmpsonville where she has
been visiting her father who is ser
'Mr. Joe Sullivan, of Wllliumston.
was In the city yesterday.
[ SHAK?5PERIAN PAGEANT
BE STAGED ON CAMPUS
? OF UNIVERSITY OF S. C.
Columbia, 'April 12,-du celebra
tion of tho Tercentenary of the death
of William Shnkefrpearo, the Univer
sity of South Carolina is preparing
to present on its campus and at the
Co.'umbhi theatre an enormous pag
eant, April 25, 1916, in which it is es
timated that 2,000 people will take
part and 5000 more witness. Co
operating with tho University in the
presentation are Chtcorn college for
Women, Columbia college, and the
city schools, (both public and private.
Thc first part cf the .pageant in the
afternoon on the University campus
will present a typical May Day scene
on the outskirts of London In the
trme of Queen Elizabeth. Mingling
with merrymakers in their ancient
lingi it h sports will <be tho great
queen and her retinue, tho May
Queen and her court, dignified re
presentatives of the great trade guilds
of London. Robin Hood and his Mer
ry Men, and a small group of the lit
erary celebrities of the day among
whom -will be Shakespeare himself.
The night performance will be a
masque, largely composed Of famous
scenes from Shakespeare's plays,
and .brought to a climax with tho ap
pearance of the Spirit of 1616, bring
ing tho tribute of the present day
world to ? tho feet of the Avon Bard
The audience from out of the city
is expected to <be large. Special
rater, TTIU -probably us ?u?r?? by the
railroads. The pageant is hoing di
rected :by Miss Sarah Spenser of Win
throp college, who was very success
?fal: lnr directing tho Queen Elizabeth
pageant in Winthrop two years ago.
Crisp is Honans.
Atknu A*?ri! iSi-r^Csnsrcsssssn
Charlot- ti. Crisp, cf tho third con
gressional district of Georgia, lins
been signally honored hy Shaker
Champ Chirk Ut being appointed on
?tho committee which Is investigating
the conduct of District Attorhoy Mar
shall; of Kaw York. .
The judiciary committee or five
members for tho investigation. This
committee will decido whether At
torney Marshall Ia guilty ot contempt
of the house and should he punished
or not. The recommandation was
2opted and Shaker Clafrk than nam
'MT. Crisp? Messrs: Motin, Garner.
(Democrats), and Len root and Ster
ning (Republicans). Mr. Crisp ls
considered ons of tho live -wlrOB ot the
Georgia delegation -in congres? .
' Atlanta Wart?? ?i??;
Sport Coats .
Sport Coats .
DRESS UP FOR
GEORGIA GIRL ENROLLS
IN EUGENICS REGISTRY
FOR RACE BETTERMENT
Atlanta. April 12.-A Georgia giri
ls tho first person to enroll in thc
ovlgonlcs rc#"stry. which has just
been instituted by the National Con
ference on Rac? Betterment", accord
ing to retports received here. He;
name is Miss Sue Myrlek, and sin
balla from tho classic town of Mil
ledgevillo. Miss Myrick is a student
in a 'physical culture school in Hattie.
Creek, '.Mich., and is a firm believer
in the theory of practical eugenics.
The eugenics registry wi)' include
a liBt of human thorough bro JB-men
ttnd women who measure up to a vary
high standard of mental and physical
perfection. -Miss Myr'ek is Mid to
be a beautiful girl and a great ath
The National Conference on F.'ice
Betterment has p* arched 'by popular
izing tho irgislry, to cncouTJge s
broai Intercut tn matters ci health
an&thus upbuild an aristocracy of
and thus build up an arlstocrack of
A Br pud Law.
Vienna, April 12. -A decree bas
boen Jfsued providing that hereafter
all bread 'baked in Austria must con
tain at least twenty per cent of In
dian corn. Tho compulsory use of
corn meal in bread began about ? a
year ago. tho .proportion at various
tlmea being set at fifty, sovonty and
oy^n!eighty per cent. Many people
declared that the-bread with this high
proportion of maize was unedfble, and
lt was hoped that it wami dbe po?<4t
h!c this spring to remove entirely the
prohibition against full wheat bread.
Butterick Patterns for May*
Cox Statoinery Co. ..
You carry Life In
su rance in case pf
death. What protects
you in case of sick
ness? ; ; '
Members of the Sav.
jugs.Club can always
place their hands oh
cash when it is needed.
the Strongest Bank
in the County.
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In order to make April the largest in the hi
this month we have decided to let prices drop c
Prices Go In Effect Fr
HERE'S THE ST<
Coat Suits, original price
S1 2.5o, now.
Coat Suits, original price
i 3.So, nov,- .
Coat Suits, original price d?*| O
S I Coo, now.tPI?'?U
Coal Suits, or
? 18.00, no
Coat Suits, o
$2 2.50, nc
Coat Suits, o
Coat Suits, original price
$ 4.95 Old Hose, Blue White,
10.00 Remember, everything on one
CACTI?!} New arrivals for Easter, New Mil
LAO 1 DIV New Silk Waists, New Silk Gloves, N
D . G El
To look one's best and feel one's
jest is to enjoy an inside bath each
norning to flush;from tho system the
previous day's waste, sour fermenta
ions and poisonous toxins before it Is
ibsorbed into tho blood. Just as coal,
when its burns, leaves behind a eer
ala amount of incombustible mate
rial in thc form of ashes, ?io the food
ind drink taken each day leaves In
he alimentary organs a certain
?-mount of Indigestible material,
vliich, if not eliminated, forms (toxins
ind poisons which are then sucked
hto tho blood through the very ducts
which are intended to' suck in only
ic'irishmsst to Sustain the 4Hnly.
If you want to seo the. glow of
lealthy bloom lu your cheeks, to sec
mur gUin ge* clearer and clearer,
ron. are told to drink every morning,
ipon arising, a glass of hot water
vi th n teaspoonful ot limestone phos
?hnte in lt, which is a harmless moans
>f washing the waste material and
oxina from the stomach, liver, kid
neys and bowels, thus cleansing,
iweetenipg and purifying the entire
alimentary tract, before putting more
food into the stomach.
Girls and women with sallow skins,
liver spots, pimples or pallldr com
plexion, also those whoVake up'wilh
St coated tongue, bad, (taste, .-nasty
breath, others who are bothered with
headaches, bilious spells, acid stom
ach or constipation should begin this
pbosphatcd hot-water drinking and
arc assured oT very pronounced re
sults in one or two weeks.
A quarter-pound of limestone phos
phate coBts very little at the drug
store, hut 1B sufficient to dem?nstrete
that Just as soap and hot w-.ter
"'cannns. purifies and freshens Um
n?un on ibo outside, so bot water and
limestone phosphate act on thc InBldo
organs. Wo roust always consider
that Internal sanitation is vastly
more Important. than outside cleanli
ness, because the skin pores do not
absorb Impurities into the blood,
while the bowel pores do.
Women who desire io enhance tho
beauty of their complexion should
just try this for a week and notice
' l?Bk-f^ ffi CI A PREVENTION
: V ... Sf 'PMflf Vjjjf gjffi An ounce of prevention ls worth
|Tl '.' (j jK\ l i ll VJ *'da^ 0^ PREVKNT2VB8 *
/JS lt I Jf ll 1 I O???fe.'- Nowh?r? ?? this so noo
. ' 1/ ,fi*v-- V; .19> ^;|f]?'?>*?.' <umty hs in regard, to the,care,
? ' - ? ty , ?' , ? ?. -T '.? ? ot^the T0ETH*-v Visit. the dea* ,.
? tint. AT LEAST twice a year, whether >pu, think yo^ need lt or j^o??
Let him give your teeth a thorough cleaning, search oufthc begihntng*
or decay, clean off tho tartar, and In general PRBVEr4T JhOSe dotttAl * .
evils that are likely to ?row on von unawares. . <?"? -. y-y "*'..-*.
BR, HENRY R. WELLS, .:.-* -\ . 1
Offle* Over Farmers A Merchants Bank,
RoHldcnce 'f hone SO. . , Anderson, S.e. Office Thone 527.
Ill Ullin M I I I I I Y Still \ ' III ? Ml I I I ? \ ?ll
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The laie&gcficer places at tho disposai of its advertis
" ing patrons the beat equipped newspaper plant tn Piedmont
Carolina. This tacan? better service, more careful set-up
and prompter method* of handling advertUing than can bo
'aaogaJfbewhtro. , g : y\ ' ; : ? "
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[story of our business, and to double our sales
>n Coat Suits
[day, April 14*9 A. M.
rainal price t?* *fl O
, #6.50 values. . .$4.95
floor, no flight of stairs to climb s?V
linery, New Silk Hose,
few Wash Skirts.
HAVE several thousand dol
lars to place on good farm
Peoples Bank of Anderson
Visit Beautiful Magnolia Gard?es
Special Excursion Fares
In Connection With
BLUE RIDGE RAILWAY g|
$7.65 Charleston, S.?. $7.6
Account South Carolina Bar Association
. Tickets on sale April 12tb and 13th; final return limit April 171b..
im- ! ? ?' ?rn ii
Excellent opportunity to visit tho far-famed .Magnolia ?;?~:*Cof> on- j
the-Ashley now at tho zenith ot their unsurpasBOd beauty. . .
For information call on Ticket Agents or. address: g
W. H. Taber, tPA* J. U, Anderson, Supt., - / . ?
(?rcenTille, S. C. ^
vam^nmm.rn-i ?-.HIHII.I.II.I.I.IIHIIMHI?I-MIUMWIIII WWBMIHIW. ?.ii.n......m'i?,iiin>M-^ '.',tj
i Make your foundation of spring business sure by the liberal liss i
of Daily Intelligencer space.; Your ads wilt be in tire good c?it?-1
pany ?f every other live wire? :mercha.i||V]i^^tl??. ;?prt^^i^?y^VN.^S
plan of reaching the public Is cqinpV^^ ^i^^^t;-th?i.S4fe 'P?v'?^?A^
?elligencer's coiurnns. :?2$$lf