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Continuing Tuesday? and. Wedtscsdayv 2:30 and 0:30 P. M
Earth's Mightiest Spectacle
'Z1 Thc Clansman
Nights, 50c, $1, $150, $2. Matinees, 25c, 50c, 75c, $1
SEATS NOW SELLING AT .BOX 0FTICE
No Tickets Laid Away Unless Paid For.
ROCK HILL, SOUTH CAROLINA
* -Jure 13 ^?1^21;'.?9lj5.!>
NOTED EDUCATORS'-Sonic of the most famous educators, of the
United States will givo a series of lectures-professors McMurray
and Thorndike of Columbia- University, New Yorky Commlsloner
Kendall of New Jersey, on cx-PreBident of the National Education .
Association, Editor of ibo Journal of Education, President of the
Story Teller's League, General Secretary of 'tho Religious Educa
tion Association,-ead many others. . .
COURSE OF. 8TUDY-Full Courses of study will 'be provided to
meet the nocilii c: ii) Superintendent? and Principals, (2) High
School Teachers;-(3) Primary and Grade Teachers (4) Rural School
Teachers and (5)'thoBo wishing college cr?dite. * . *
FA'.'JLTY-A largo faculty has beeri'rsecur^d .composed of spec
ialists and loader^ of education in this >and other states.
SPECIAL FEATu?SES--*Model ?cbool, rural school problems kinder
garten,- practico'.aiid'-lecture's on the Montessori methods: . County
Boards of Education aro authorized to renew' certificates still' In
force for all'te??n*rs' wh?r;db satlsfactdry work 'in' this Summer
School and take the final examinations. ." '
LECTURES, ENTERTAINMENTS, ?UT-DOOR PLAYS, MUSICAL
COMPANIES, EDUCATIONAL MOVING PICTURES, PERSON
ALLY CONDUCTED' EXCURSIONS. LARGE NEW GYMNASIUM,
lt ICU Ul ?AT I ON SlfcETILE SW IMMJ NG^1 POOL. LARGE ATHLETIC
FIELD 'AND PLAYGROUND THOROUGHLY EQUIPPED. ACCO
M0DATION8 UNEXCELLED. v ^
For rates and further Information write for Summer School
Bulletin. v : V_
D. B. JOHNSON, PRESIDENT
ROCK HILL, S C:
TM Aad?rs?o County Mpt?al Fire Ip5flPi??e ,Cp.
J. J. 57JIT??, President and TjreaHorer J. .1. MAJOR Vice President
j: ;;:V ? JOHN A. M A JOB, Secretary r :
ANDERSON, S. C. \
Call and ace ta at Peoples Bank '
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It is conservatively estimated that at least l Oo?tjq;0;j?ppli
? cants for life insurance we're, rejected by the ?i?Uinb com:
. pan?es durirtg a single tw?lve-in?n|h pfri??. iii. all'.-'proba--.
i bility tjb4
X declined l?s?'year ?du?H have s^
i if they, had-k^pl^i^?t earlier 1|n lifoi VThis st?telifiint r)f
: facts, Ihe, liVsuratice ?Vst 5ays, is ari- unanswerable argument
t; why a^.pfpsn&t'' 'should not defer making !appllcaHo;nvfor
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For Dr. and Sirs. Fraier.
AB ovldence of their appreciation
cf the magnificent work ho has done
aa pastor .or cthe First Presbyterian
church during his ten years stay in
Cite city, the membcrH of that church
will entertain In. Dr. and Mrs. Fra
seV? honor this afternoon from 6:30
'o 9 o'cibck on the church lawn.
Dr. Fraze-' and his wholo family
are deeply and sincerely loved by not
only his congregation, but by the
town at large, and the reception this
.evening, on the anniversary of his
tenth' year, will be but a token of the
lova and,-esteem in which they arc.
bold,- Every one who is connected in
anyViway with-the First church, or
with any of the organisations, arc
cordially invited to be present.
> " G.VW. C. Recital.
. The high Btandard required of its
Students by the special department
wau once more' demonstrated at the
joint RODfof 'recital, given last Tues
day' evening in the college auditor
ium*.und al which a large audience
of oludents and friends warmly ap
plauded the participants. The grad
uates aro M?BS Frances Marshall,
graduating in piano, and Miss Bessie
Stall, In expression. . The program
was a very attractif one5? MIBB
Marshall played three MhcDowell se
. lections, Elfantanz, An Improvlca
iioh, and a Polonaise very artistical
ly. These,--with her other numbers,
a Chopin Nocturne, and Ltstz Etude
D. Flat, were ample proof of the
ear pest work Mips Marshall has done
during this year and paBt years.
'Miss Stall gave a miscellaneous
program, well selected and well prc
.patod. Probably her hcavlrst selec
tion- was "Jean Valjean and thc
Blshop", from Vieler Hugo's immor
tal "Les Miserables." The other
readings were "The Story of Patsy",
by Date Douglas Wiggins, and the
"Rejuvenation of Aunt .'Mary," by
Warper; the latter selection was an
original arrangement. . -?
Mrs, -Fyamsajr represented,, .thc
Thursday Morning club, of Greenville
at \th*v convection of .tho State Feder
ation of Women's clubs, - which met
at An?erson last week.
Tbs Y. W. A. held Its last meet
ing of , the year last. Friday.evening
on the lawn. It was a . beautiful
: evening, and the. service an impres
I sive one. Mts. Ramsay spoke to tho
? association. The college Y. W. A.
lias sent to the foreign missionary
fund,- fifty-three dollars and seventy
five cents. It waa sent In time to be
counted before the books of the Sou
thern Baptist convention aro closed.
... -Mr. Bets of Kentucky spoke In the
chapel last-Friday-morning on the
.WVC; T. V: ' temperance, pledge.
When bb pnt -thc vote Ja tho students
the Tesult in *aY?r, pf - signing h tho
pledge was almost unanimous.
?????> Dr: Ramsay preached at- Roebuck
last S?nday. : '.ii.
Invitations are now out for lite
j commencement exercises- . of. the col
I toge- which take place from buna 3rd
to tho: 6th. ! .
The Palmetto rhaptar, IL D. C.,
! will meet on ^friday afternoon at half,
-past four. o'clock with Mrs. Manly
Watson,? at her' heme just south of
'. Miss, Ida Watson* and Mrs. B.
. Doline -Allen . of Lownde:;ville, loft
.yesterday- for .Birminghanv Ala.,, to
visit Mrs. R.'S.vGarnorw.
Miss Gertrude Wallace bas gone to
Birmingham, Ala.,' to visit friend:;
and:--will-also .net as maid ot honor
to Aiken Camp, Sons of Vc te ra ms.
' a^Sy^illio JJorroh of Lauren:; ia
the>gusst ' of MrsT. : M. Dlwor.
Mr. and Mrs. T.- M. Dlwor and
daughter. Kan cy, spent tho week-end
Instaurons with relatives. r t
Mrs:' Frank Wdrdlaw, of Charlotte,
N.:Ca ?mt. Mra, J. W?; Payne of
FJpwortn, S. C., spent yesterday with
Mrs.-Marshall Jones of Iva, waa
hore with friend;; yesterday.
Mls? "Mary W?hlte. leaves today for
Birmingham to visit' friend:;
^.MfBi". W?ntoramit?r of Mobile, Ala.,
is visiting ber daughter, Airs, ' Frank
Todd. . '
. Mlsr? Je wie Browne is visiting
friends in .ColunU.4?,- . .
Ai Hammonds School. '
Tko patrons and friends tara ; cor
dially invited to bo prout nt at * tho
closing f ?eaerct?ea-. ot v Hammdnd'B
st?'?ot fc?>be bald on 'Friday evening
at * o'clock. May ii). Theres will al
so be a pound party during tba evett-1
ing. . i
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'W?8 ^vT?fcli^OWJ? ?ISJaE
Roath of loaug. Is Lev?ted h
!!jv:-.i' '' ' '. 'dljMlna ' ?'.'.'.-1
".I Tba, following: from .Tho Bt?te ot
Sunday will ^Vo r*ad, ?Rh sorrow, by
many people cf Anderson since Miss
IrPbaeyis-a^ntec* of. Mrs. J. B. Huhi
: bert .o? Andersen and bad often Ina*
1 Red in thin city. She has frcqustit
: ly: boen the gueat of Mrs. humbert
j and also of Misa Turpin Grout, -who
itf*edttai*e at-Randolph Macon this
?-years..t ?-. ? ?'.>??? - .
I.V Laurens, May. : 13.- Miss Mary
r Poaty, daughter ojt Dr ; : ?. F. Po*ek
? af? tala dtiYdled tata aftefnikra Th
! Martlnsvltte, Va;, where iba -ht?' been
visiting friends, since Easter. Acute
indigestion waa tho cause of death.
Mia* Posey waa * graduate of Rao'
stoipVa^coa college, class : v< 1^5.
"Sba '2* ^yaara-'of a?? and -only
xmagnwot fiar p?renla.- ' v->y<^';
DR. McLEAN WILL
PREACH TO GRADS
AT TH? COLLEGE
! Thu commencement sermon nt
Anderson College 'will ho preach
ed, tilla year by Dr. Phillp J
McLean/ pastor of tho First Baptist
church of Aiken, S. C. The literary
address will be delivered on Monday
night. June o, by Or. W. T. Ellis, of
Swarthmore, Pennsylvania, '
iDr. Joshoun Morse, of the Uulver
tlty of South Carolina was tho chief
epeaker Friday night at a bunquet giv
en at the college to thc Fcderatlou of
Woman's clubs by tho Civic associa
tion of Anderson. Thc subject of Dr.
Morse's lecture was Community
Fpirlt. The music on this ocr?s!on
was furnished by the College Oicc
club. v . . -
Tue collo,:c .baa-had as Its guests
during , tho- 'Fpd*ralton Womon's
clubs, the following members of tho
Federation;'Mh>8 Jane Adams, Spar
fanburg? Mrs: R?iger Byrd, Darling
ton, ?Mrs. S. W. O. Shlpp. Florence.
Mrs. George Briggs, Florence Miss
McKorma. Charleston and Miss Nell
Thc Estherlan-and Lanier sociotlo?
gave recently : an. interesting joint
program devoted to u discussion of
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? COMING AND GOING +
Mr. W. M. Shirley or llonea I'ath
was a business visitor yesterday.
Dr.* W." W. Chisholm bas. returned
from a short, stay .in Savannah, Ca.
J -'?- .
Sheriff Joo M. H. Ashley baa re
turned from Atlanta where ho wont
on business. ... ..?->
Mrs. Marshall-Jones of Iva was in
-the city shopping yesterday.
Mrs. B. "Xt?'Auil bf Auton wa3
among thc visitors in Anderson Mon
Mr. and MrS. T. I. Vickery. Mrs.
Callie White and Miss Ruby Whlto of
Hartwell spent tho week-end with
Mr. and Mrs.JWj. O. McKinney.
Mr. John T. Madden spent Sunday
at his homo near Clemson,
Mrs.. J. C. Mcphail of tho Var:
rcnnoH section was in thc city shop
ping yesterday, . j j j? .
Mr. and M^M'T. I. Vickery."Mrs.
Callio Whlto and. Miss Ruby Whlto
of Hartwell,. Ga<, spent Sunday herc,
tho g?osta of Mr^. W- Qii McKinney.
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fi This is the box o? toasted Gom(' ^ 8
? Flakes your grocer recommends,^ VH
v j Try CRISPS,, with milk or cream, r
j and learn for yourself that theyf | B l
j alone are "the toasted Corn Flakes ; ?
I: : ^ with the IVA TURAL Corn Flavo*."^ ' \? \ j h
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We o? fer overy suit in our stock, including Black and
Navy Taffetas, Shepherd Checks, Serges. Gabardines-ev
ery suit in the house-at abf oki te cost* which will make
the new price tickets read from
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75 to $
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IF you contemplate the purchase of another suit ?oto
ean'fc afford to mies this opportunity.