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title: 'The intelligencer. (Anderson, S.C.) 1915-1917, April 18, 1916, Page PAGE THREE, Image 3',
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Your Easter Millinery
Thc most authentic styles
--thc most comprehensive
assortments-4 h e prettiest
innovations-and the most
pleasing "'price incentives"
are to be found in our
Truly is seems as though all the superlatives apply to our
showing of Trimmed and Patterns Hats, and we are receiving
new ones every day.
Coat Suits Reduced
We name the following reductions on Coat Suits, all latest
this Springs stock :
#22.50 Coat Suits now.$18.00
25.00 Coat Suits now. 20.50
30.00 Coat Suits now. 25.85
35.00 Coat Suits now. 30.00
45.00 Coat Suits now.. 38.50
i . .. - ( . ... . .
MRS. B. GRAVES BOYD
West Side Square
.ii . ty:
Remarkabl Good Values
In Spring Suits
Two Groups of Values
such as you have not
5 seen before this
One Group priced at
The.other Group priced at'
in both groups we are giving the
maximum amount of style and qual
ity at the minimum price.
Group No. J, or the ?i2.5u
group,: consists of. a . number of pret
ty siyi?s in Shepherd checks, bemru
and -Norfolk models, tatest trim?
mlngs, and are worth #15.00 to
Group Na.or.the, $15. group, consists of a beautiful
' showing.of sihVand serge combination suits, in black and-navy
and are worth $17.50 to $20?oo:
In both groupes the'models (and there are quite ..many of
them) are'tru? to the m?ndates'of fashionand have certain
style touches af this place arid that .point that place them above
th? ordinary humdrum of fashion. Be sure and see them.
Charming New Styles in Silk Dresses
Delightful frocks of ^fw?^^m^jm^^^. wear, rep?
resenting a variety permitting of unrestricted freedom.-tai the
satisfaction of, personal pr?f?rences, and allowing ?n expres
sion of yovr pwrj individuality. N ,V
?? Skillfully eVoived in taffeta, Pussywillow* crepe meteor,
Heilahd trepe d? chlne-^l^ shades of peach, rose,
flesh lilac etc. jj\^ .?
Values up to $25 for only $12.50 Each
New Shipment of White Wash Skirts .
We- aire. showing trie- grealest valu? in Wash Skirts-<iabar
dine, Corduroy, ?tc." made itt tatest approved styles with poc
kets and button trimtiiings, that 'has ever been disjilay?tltl?t aft
Atlderson store-fojr fi .00. IVook them over and you'll airee
-ii^ffi^^-^?T't?yii?s / that I- they -'w?li'-^ompafe ? favorably with those
shown other places at *t.5o. .:\;
OR. AND MRS. KURD
ENJOYABLE AFFAIR OF LAST
EVENING IN THE HOTEL
Including Fac ilty end Officers of
Anderson College and Mrs.
A delightful affair of last evening |
WBB tho banquet given at the Hotel j
Chtnuola by the faeui y und ofllcen
of Anderson college in honor of it*
president and bia wife, Dr and Mrs.
Jas. P. Kinard. Plates wore la<<
for 20 and the evening was spent verj
enjoyably laughing ?nd talking. I
Among those present were: Dr.
and .Mrs. Itiitard and the lattjr'b
mother, Mrs. Wicker. Mr. and Mrs
Goode, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Burnette.
Misses Helen Smith, Abot, Buxton
Stranathan, Demarert, Lee, Geary,
Maddox, Shealey, Cody. Hunter and
I SOCIETY j
Mrs. Jessie Martin of Due Wea
spent yesterday with friands here.
v . To Wed in June.
Due West. April 15-Dr: and Mro.
James S. Moffatt announce the cn !
gagement of theV daughter Julia Mot
fatt to S. Floyd Lonnald or Honcu
path, tho wedding to take place in i
raster Egg Hunt.
The Ladles Aid Society o? the Firs:
Presbyterian church will have ai.
Easter Egg Hunt, on Saturday after
noon ut 3 o'clock on the lawn of tin
church. Admission 10 cents.
Senior Class Entertained by Tlioj
?right Little "Mascot."
Master Thomas Lawrence Barnett
the bright young son of Mr. and Mr?.
F. M. Burnett has been chosen b>
the young ladles of the Senior class ol
Anderson college, as their matzot.
Yesterday morning ?*. ten o'clocl.
these young ladles were entertalnea
at a delightful theatre party at the
Anderson theatre ty Master Burnett,
after which, they were carried to tin
Acme cafe, where an elegant and de-.
Ucious course luncheon was served.
It was. a very channing and delight
fui occasion for the young ladies and.
their popular little host and "Mas
Mrs. Marshall Ul.
The many friends of Mrs. J. . ?.
Marshall, who Imo been 111 for two
weeks ill regret to learn that slit
ls no better and that she was carried
to Baltimore yesterday. She was
accompanied by Capt. Marshall aac
Dr. J. L. Gray.
For Munday School ("lass?.
Mri. A. M. Sharps doubtfully en
tertained l or Sunday school class yes
terday. nrter'ioon at he- racily hom<
c:\ Routh McDufllc street.- In a
charming little contest. Miss Willie
Cann won the prize. Irater the gra
cious, hostess served an elegant sal
ad course, assisted by Misses Ruth
Wells. Nelle Findley. Eunice Cann,
Eunice Mullinax and Orine Guest.
? COMING AND GOING ?
?1 ? ?
Mr. E. E. Snttorfjclrf o? Hartwell
Ga., was a 'melness vit'Ilor yesterday.
?MISS Ella Floyd of Lowndeovlllo
spent yesterday In Anderson.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Robbins anti
Miss Mattie robbins of thc Labanon
section wore amens tho visitors yes
i Mr. Theo Eoligman o? Columbia,
Btudent at Carolina, ls visiting in the
Mr. Pat Hobson of Seneca was a
!;;;:;! ner-a visitor Monday i
Mr. S. C; Major, who recently.ac
cepted a position ia Columbia, spent
the week-end in .Anderson with .his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. C Major.
Mrs! T. M.. ^eiglor Qt Starr was
iii the city phopplng yestorday.
Misers 'Emma and Mattie Bell of
Lowndesvillo spent yesterday in An
derson. _ >?'.'?
? kiss Lillian Or?ggof Durham, N.
Cunspent the week-end hero with
her anni, Tk?i?s Mary Wllhlte.
JIM JEFFRIES TOIUY
Wai Be ?pea si jBJjijn >;th Pr?ncjs
Francis X Bushman is. featuured
today at Tho Bijou in "Pennington's
Choice." a ifive reel Metro; the real
Jini?:jeffries, the fani?u;*; pngitei, iwUl
also .hal seen tn^ .tals .plcttir.e.
The story Is one or courage and
lore, with plenty" ot thrills, the kind
that k?tt?? .ojnejjt ?rested from eiart
to fla'ib. Beverly Bsyrie eleys op
posite Bushman In a double roll. The
cast includes other well known mario
^Seda 'l^ri'^H^'bs'-the attraction
Wr.T?e Bijou . ca Wednesday in "f^r
Clemenceau Case." ,
Mr. Ford Kowulskl.
Mr. Ford Kowalski died at his home
near Mldwuyvcliurch Saturday morn
ing, after 'a-'long illness. The funeral
sorylceB >v?*fe held at-Midway church
Sunday'afternoon'. 'He' is BUr'viv?d by
his Widow and four children. Mr.
Kowalski wat' torn in Gc many 56
years ago. and was one of Anderson
county'a bestj citizens. ,
, . Death of a Little Girl. 1
Leila Moseley Field, tho 18 months
old daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. J. H.
Field, died at' their home in thc Toxa
way mill village yesterday. The
body was taken to Lockhart, Union
county, for interment.
Little Plorenco Head.
Florence, the i?-months old daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Head, died j
at their home, No. 14 Riverside mills,
at 11:40 Sunday night. Tho funeral
servicer were- held at 1 o'clock this
afternoon, and interment made in Sil
ver Brook cemetery.
Mr. Walter Freeman.
Mr". Waite:* Freeman, age 'i'.l years,
died at his home at 14 Brown street,
G'.ick mill, Sunday afternoon at )
o'clock.' Mr. Freeman was the son
of .Mr. and Mrs. J L. Freeman j and
had \mc\\ 111 for about IS months..
The body waB taken to Hartwell, Ga.. I
yesterday, and interment was made
there at 3 o'clock in the afternoon. |
? Death ot Child. !
Inez Campbell,;ths little ll monta? :
old daughter of Mr. and Mr3. P. W. J
Campbell ol Conlorvillo township, I
died yesterday afternoon at 4 o'clock. |
Funeral sorviccs will be held thlB af- j
tornc-on at New Prospect church. j
Treat r'or.Mnfclc Lovers.
When ao greati an event aa tho mar
riage bf tho GriniBby Twins to tho
Doolittle Twins takes place, lt will bo
celebrated in a unique way.
Those in charge, of thc wedding
searched .throughout thc ? musical
world for tlie very best artists, ano
at last succeeded in getting Bond's
band consisting of world rcnownga
player?. ( :
Besides the hand numbers there
will be a violin solo, a trombone duct
and a solo by Senor Bombasto on tho
Hastofolio* f JJiet latest Invention in
music at lnstr.i.nents.
All the band will be in uniform.
. The.great N?rdica will bo present
and will sids a new "O' Promise Mei'
the words ot which were cotiiposed by
ono of our own prooVnont ?Ingers.
rs ja Henderson ville .
?Mi fe-J Lil linn Snelgrovc and Mrs.
Bndle Carlington returned from Hen
deraonvjllo, N.. C., yesterday morn
-rhtre they h*d taken th* torm
ore, sls?er, Mr's, ||? N Holland, to
spend a few weeks there.,
i ****44***4+?**+* *****
* TO lit .MO VF, IlANDUCFF f
Get a 20-ccnt bottle of Dandcrlno
at aay drug , store/ pour, a-little Into
j?uf'handJand rtib 'tj?ll ,into the
scalp with the finger tips. By morn
ing most, if ' nrnV ?li,* of tala awful
?cur* WlU have disappeared. Two or
three .application? will destroy every
blt of dandruff; * ?top achtp itching
and falling hair.
will lind this "thc ideal shoe
recognized us headquarters I
shoes, it's low shoe time n
woman who has never worn
has surelv shut out ot his or h
?al pumps for ladies with pretlv
Hier colonial pumps with bright
White calf pumps for ladi
white calf covered heel, S
here for .
?riving the best styles at thc cheap
will pay you well if you come her
hoes That Satisfy
You auto see our Nunnally
Fancy Easter Candy. Owl Drug
DARKEN GRAY ?
Sage . Tea and Sulphur Darken*
So Naturally That Nobody
Hair that loses Us color mid lustre,
or when it lades, turns groy, dull and
lifeless, ls caused by a lack of sulphur
In uno hair. Our grandmother made
up a mixture of Sage Toa and Sulphur
to keep her locks dark and beauti
ful, and thousands of women and men
who value that even color, that beau
tiful dark shade of hair which ls so
attractive, use only this old-time
Nowadays we get this famous mix
Lure Improved by thc addition of other
Ingredients by asking ax any drug
store for a 50-cent bottle of "Wyeth's
Sage and Sulphur Compound," which
Jurkcns the hair so naturally, so
evenly, Uiat nobody can possibly tell
it has been applied. You Just dam
pen a. sponge pr soft brush with it
ind draw th ir. through your bair, tak
ing ono small strand nt a rime. By
norning the gray hair disappears;
lint what delights thc ladies with
Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Compound,
s that, besides beautifully darkening
tho hair after a few applications, lt
ilro brings back tho gloss and lustre
uni friv<>u u sn appofirsnce of abnnd
Wyclli's Sage and Sulphur Cout
laond ls a delightful .'toilet requisite
Lo Impart color and a youthful ap
icaran ce to the hair. It is not Intend
ed for the cure, mitigation or preven
.ion of disease. .
G A S
To cook with is the most
convenient fuel to be
And it if the cheapsr,
loo when the least blt cf thought
mdt attention it given fc.
Try it for awhile, and
ron will like it There aro many
?usfied nen of. fee in Ander
It'ft just the thing to
leal the bath room with.
store." Wc are pretty well
or correct shoe style in good
ood and proper-the man or
"low shoes" in summer time
er life ;t sunny jov.
While canvas rubber sole oxfords for men
white sole-custom last-52.00 t?* 1 C?f\
value, lie re for.v * ?Ov
Tan and gun metal welt oxfords for men worth
S3.50 (broad iocs) on sale here this
es, trimmed with black
est prices is meeting with the hearty approval of many
e for vour wants in footwear.
Under Masonic Tempie
*>KH TIME IS'BERE!
PlantFriersnn's Garden, Field and Flower Seeds if you
want thc best results.
Just received 25,000 Nancy Hall and Por
ti Rico Potato Slips-20c per hundred,
Belton, S. C. ?
.. .7, V'.
? *u'i, i i ?
The man wlio ex
;y . . rf^fet^in ' ? pe rimen ts comes back to Firestoncs.
/^^n^. Thc man of experience sticks to Fire
?>5*3HBS^\ ston?a. 'Hva?uate now info the exper
^^W^^^^i ienccd class who enjoy
^S?M^^^% MOST MILES PERDOLLAK
iw5/^?f#f Wi n s,;t' 1,10 forestarte- man anti (Ind out. why yolj
' &9\?4WB Ira cftn ECt 0,18 cxtrn ,,trvlco at QVQruSo cost.
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