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Jtfi&w Colonial with large Buckles'
?nd ?ide Tonging and Louln ll .?!
in Gray Kfd, Duli Kid. and Pattin,*
' Leather at
, Other grades ih Pumps and Ox
fords, all Styles in the different
leufhera at . ,/y
?LOO tb $3.00
?i Beat Grade Vsranda Pump, in
piain White, and-white with blade
j! M trimming" at.
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Tennis Oxfords and Shoes at
Tho.One Price Shoe ?tere
We ??U Per Cash Only
The Conservative' Mah'?
Dignified, Durable, Snit,
made from ? neat fabric is
here! ' '
Form Fiting Suit, made from
a live fabric and showing ev
ery new (dak and curve' of
fashion ta here E
$5.00 . to $7.50
Fancy serges ' . .
and Mohairs : :.
/..vAnd.w?'jqan fit you to tho
When you take your trip this summer be sure and
supply yourself with SC N. & SC Traveler's Cheeki.
..Cashed every where; .your signature ls your Iden
tification; if Jost no one ese can get them cashed;
and the cost is very small,
K*\ r^/?nd K. Traveler's'Checks are for sale at
Peoples Bank of Anderson
^m?nsirati?n' at our Store, Mort??yi;
'june ir?th^ ^ ? " )
510 HE LE Y - K K Y SK H
\f<diiiiig *f Fibular Young1 Couple
In Anderson Yesterday.
A wedding of great Interest to their
rahny friends was that yesterday'
j?urnlng pf Miss Leila Moseley and
.Mr. Allah D Koyser which occured
ut. eleven o'clock at St. John's Meth
~ The decorations ot this handsome
church were particularly effective,
'the altar being covered in white with
jong graceful vines and a back ground! j
of .large palms. Around the altar'
??UIng at Interval:; were placed
candlelabra with pink candles, and
these with the many pink hydrangeas,
prettily carried out the pink and
white color scheme. Miss Annio
Chapman prebided at the organ and
gave a delightful and enjoyable mus
ical program as follows: "To
Spring"-Greig; "Festive March"
-Hogers; Melody in A-Weat; Bcher
to in D. .Minor"-rj^fdbrlin.
Just beforo the bridal party enter
ed, Mrs. Wi J. Muid row sang a
beautiful selection, "Until" In a very
charming and attractive manner.
At.the first strains of Mendlpsohn's
wedding march tho' ushers entered
ono by. one down each, aisle, and
creasing' In front'of the altar took
their .places just, within tho alta
rajl. ' They were Messrs.' W. H.
f <yon. Joe .Fairnier, Bruce Harper and
Jack llaer of Charlotte. ' Next came
the br/desmaldi, ono down each aisle
audi passing to the rear of the altar
took their stand just behind and
lust above -the .ushers. They wore
dainty white net dresses, with pink
and white picture hats, and carried
baskets, of pink and white sweet
.- alley were Miss Verna Haltlwan
ger. Greenwood, Mlfs Mary Dilling
ham of Spartnnbjirg, Miss M'llwee
DaVaB bf. Troy, abd Miss Lola Wil
i>oh of j Anderson
Mrs. Roscoe Moseley; the cht rm- '
Inp darno of honor, mid Miss Nelle
Heliums of Greenville;, tho maid of
honor entered at. the samo 4??me, one
down each aisle, and passing with- !
Out the altar rall awaited the beau- ;
titui brfda. who entered with her* j
brother, Mr. Roscoe Moseley..
,: :Mil -Keyser came from, a rear door
with his best,mhn, Mr. J. C.-Gar
rett, and . mpeticg hie b^lde,, the
solemn and ' impressive marriage
otremony vrfth :the ring was - per-],
foVined by Rev. T. C; O'Dell, pre
siding elder, of tho Anderson dis
; Mrs. Moseley and Miss Hallams
wore exquisite /dresses bf -' white-; and
Sink,-; with pink hats,: and carried
rrgV';iihbwer bouciuetS' ot 'sweet vyeas.
' The lovely bt rai wore 3B handsome
traveling, ault of -dark bin? with' hat I
abd gloves ? to match, and carried a j
shower bouquet of brides,- roses ' and
liles of.the calley. . ,
Immediately after ' th?' ceremony.
Mr. and Mrs. Keyser loft on the lt : 40
train for an extended /w?ddttig- trip,
and oh their/return'they wilt gb tb
.houflb kebplnfig in ' the pretty, little'
bungalow homo just being completed
on liver street ''
' Mrs; Keyser"* Is one bf Anderson's,
prettiest and- most aUroctlvo youiig.
women, and has many friends hero
?nd all over the state. Mr; Keyser
bah been very prdnithent In busi
ness and social cycles since coming
herc several ysits ago from his homo
in' Haltlmii-e, and1 they.; have the cor
dial goci! wishos of a boat of friends.
Miss France J Tr Ibbie Is at h?m?
froth Richmond, Va,, where she has
been in college during the patt win
Miss Allie May Simpson of- Mar
ietta, Ga., ls visiting Mrs. N. B.
Sullivan, on South Main street.
?Mr.: and Mrs. R , H. Moseley (of
LowudcavUo were here .yesterday for
tho Mosel?y-Keya?r wed?Uhg, , ?nd
were the guest ot Mr. and Mts. S.
D. ! Brownlee.
I Mrs. W; C. Tennant of Atlanta, j
is visiting Mr?. S. D. Brownlee.
Miss Mildred Hayes ls spetidlng |
this week- io Fayettevlle, N-. C.
fM'-l Foy the Bridal Fatly.
.: The Moseley-Keyser wedding par-1
ty were delightfully entertained o
Wednesday evening'by Mr ? and Mr$
ii?Li'ij-i 'ii,! itiiuiiw^u^'iyas?i
? ii uti.tili?;?i ILftp M1 flity' "*'i"J1
Roscoe Moseley, at their attractive
home oiv Webb'street.
Tho evening* wa? spent in a very I
charming end Informal manner, thu j
ti of thc lit idea- cake being a
ree of much merriment. The ring
?cd dime both fell to MISB Verna
Haitlwanger ot Greenwood woila the
thimble ?nd button were cut by Mr.
J Willy Lyon. Misa Neile Hollams was
vtho fortunate Winner, of tho l?cky
I wish bone,, and also the bride's lovely
?bouquet which she caught when
tarown by Mrs1. Keyser at the depot
'OH Thursday morning.
t _ . .
? Mr. ?nd-'-Mrs. George B, Town-1
rend. Mrs. J, D. Townsend, Mrs.,
j Claude Townsend, and Miss Eubank
' Taylor spent yesterday In Greenville, !
going ov. i in Air* Townsend's car.
A beautiful home wedding was|
solemnised on Wednesday afternoon
at the lovely homo of Mr. and Mrs.
Claude C. Jones at Starr when Miss
Kittie Jones of Starr and Mr. Frank
W. Herndon of,Elberton, Ga., wei'e
made husband and wife, Rev. W. B.
HawklnB ot Starr officiating
This beautiful home was nover !
pretties than on this occasion. The
entire lower, floor was thrown to
gether., and .artistically, decorated in
poi. niants and a profusion of Bweet
peat!, nod ferns-pin kand white pre
i The guest were received on the!
broad veranda hy Mesdames Claude j
C., Joe S., and Harry .iones, and
ware then served punch .by Misses j
Annie. Hunter of Seneca, Lissie Mae |
Hudson ot Fortnonio, Gai, and Mabel
Jones. Tho punch bowl was embed
ded In a ban!: of green and ' white
in a lovely nook on th? porch. The1
gUCSt wer? then ushered into ..the;
spacious hall srid living coom where
tho handsom? gifts were displayed.
Just before tho -wedding march
Mica Borton Elrod song "At Dawn
Ing'in a very impressive manner ac
companied, by, <Mlss Mabel Jones on
To the sweet airains of Mendel
ssohn Wedding ' March softly render
ed hy Mrs. T. H. Jones on plano and
Mrs; Prank /Hawkins on violin the
bride and groom descended tins broad
ball stair and slowly" "entered th?. par
lor where, the ceremony was perform
ed, after which au elaborate talad
coure was served,'
Mr. and Mrs.' Iferndon left lmmed
fetcjjr for their futuro home.
Miss Joses ie tpe daughter of..Mrs
J. T. C. .Tonca of Anderson, but for
more than" a. y eaj. has made ber home
with her widowed brother, >*jr. Char*
rio- Jones, of - Storr, and is a young
iady -.possessing many rare qualities
and strength ot'character. Her
many;tfriend9r regret to give her up.
Mr. Herndod la a. prosperous farr
m?r'i?f .near) Elberton, Ga., and be
longs to one of the finest old fami
lies of the Empire State.
Bummage Sole. .
Announcement, .was mado lost night
cf a rummage salo to be mit on by the
Palmetto chapter.. Saturday corning,
beginning at IO o'clock, In Tolly's va
cant store on East:,Whither street.
$iembors havo been aeied to; send:
in tbetr contributions to tho sale
before-10 o'clock Saturday.
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Col. Roscoe O. Horton ot Georgia
unitary Academy? and fDr. E. 'Ci
Kidd of Milledgeville, Ga.. are
spending a few days In the city as
I the-guests of Mr. and Mrs. S p.
- Mr. Jim Williams hos returned
^rom a trip to Augusta having made^
the trip by automobile.
- Mr. lawrence Wilkinson cf the
Merchants and , dParmevs bank In
.Charlotte,, jj., ,C. f ia., epending a few
days In the city'
Misses Gertrude Morris, Roberta
Morriu, Mary- .Morris, Janie Morris.
FJobblo Covin, Sara Boyd and Mr.
Hanter Blakely, ot ^WHllamston wire
visitors in Anderson yesterday.
The many friends of Mr.. T.. C.."j
Madden, who waa formerly connected
With ?he iPe opie a hank of this city,
will bo pleased to learn that he has
been elected assistant in'tho depart
ment of agriculture of Winthrop col
ta?. ? v.i; , -?j;
., ?? ? .v^tov.-.
."Miss Mary Dlilinghcm of Spartan
trnrg ie tho guest of Mrs. Roscoe j
Mfa. C. : B.' Tribbio and children ?
aw* in At lan tr. tba guests of f floods
I and relatives. ? "
: - .'? ?il XrTTSxnti* AttenTe?.
Mr. j ?; :C - U?t^ui??n?, of Aadsr? ;
^.tff?ost popular barbers. -'attea>$*d :
for tho purpose
union, bul bis
i Mr/. Herring fy* frre&tiy mlstf?"?
in the movement for it local organ!
Loos! .Qbssrvars to Maka R
port to Bio?ogicai BtireatL
TO eska ENTIRE
VeluUbto Information Concerning Char
acti?> arid Kind of Bird? Hw finn
Ohtalnsd by Provloue Counts-Wast
Especially Called Upon to Co-opsrets
!n the Work.
A bird census will be taken during
ibo 'braemog ??aSo? ibis y?ur by tho
bureau of biological surrey of tho Unit
ed States Oepatlment of agriculture.
This wUt. l>e the third annual bird
count for the country taken by the
lu making this survey the bureau
will rely largely on persons interested
In bird lifo who will agree to act as
vpluuteor enumerators aud count the
different kinda of birds to be found,
near their baines in a farm or wood
land tract, pr from forty to eighty
acres. Tho' agricultural department
has been furnished with valuable in
'formation concerning tue character,
number and distribution of the bird
population through similar counts
made by unpaid observers dining tho
past two Bummers.
j This year the ornithologists of the
department wish particularly to secare!
n large number of volunteers in the j
west to i.?novt cn the bird life en the
plain:.!, tba semiarid regions, the des
orto and the mount a Ina in that part of
tho United States. Especial attention
also la to-be given to securing data as.
to tho birds in the fruit districts of thc
Pacific const and in the south v tintillo
nnd gulf states.
The information collected this year,'
it is believed, will bo of special v?lbe !
)n enabling tho department to meet j
the effect of state and national bird
laws and als? in de ter mining v.* lint re
lationship exists b. w? ?n bird life nnd I
the prevalence ot., cu ts. grasshoppers I
and other insect p??? in different lo-?
calltics. V ?j
Results to Be Approximate.
As i t ls impossible to m?ke an actual
eount ot all the birds in any ?entended
district each enumerator to on1.:cd to
import only upon the number ot bird?
breeding in a selected oreo, in the
country or in suburban districts. From
thc figures thus obtained! those in
charge^ of . the work ' aro' able - to np
? proximate tho total number of birds
of each kind in different parts ot the
Enumerators who wish to report on
birds on farms are asked to choose an
urea which .Includes farm buildings,
simde trees, orchards, plowed ?and,
pasture, meadow or swamp,' but not
Very much woodland. The enumerator
bigina hts survey nt daylight soma
morning .ami zigzags back and forth
lu tho selected ?rea, counting tho malo
birds. Early in the morning during
tho,lust of Hay or the first week of
Juno every malo bird should bo in full
song and. therefore bo easily counted.
The count of ono day IS to be verified j
by observation ob several mornings.
' The-height of the breeding season
chould : bo chosen for. this : work. In
flic. latitude ?f Washington ? the Orst
port of June in tho proper date for the
Count Tn the latitude of Boston the
work should begin a week later, and
youth of Washington even an earlier
date should bo selected.
"Tatt work calls, for considerable
knowledge of birds, and. '.only those
who. ca n r?s&liy distinguish the differs
?nt kinds should undertake to m a ko
returns fortheir ioceUKes," ' naya a
atatement by the department.
GAS MASK MEETS TEST.
Invention of Nftvy Ycrlc Collage Mon
Prove? Mest Successful.
?A feas mask 'designed for use in
trench warfare, invented and patented
joy two instructors in chemistry lb tho
College of the City of New York, bas
successfully psssed tests of tba med
It??fwvisiOn of; the army.. The inven-1
tors and patentees are William A. Pru
ger nnd William 1^. Estnbrooke, In etd? I
labora t lon with Dr. Nels h of Columbia j
u.ulvcr.'ilty. ' .
Dr. Esta brooke lins received n letter I
f.om'tho chief 'of staff of the medical
division pronouncing the device satis
factory and ?tating that tho testa to
? whick lt -was subjected were more se
vern than lit?se to be met 3b actual
3 Ulittod Etatoa nr.-uy lins
led to add these masks to
may be of use lb Several
pud 1 Will . be placed on tho
??ltets large eaobgb. to- flt
Wtt|r hst? >It???-.j
The first day of our June Underwear Sale
was a grand success. This is a genuine sale
and we'thank the ladies for their liberal re
sponse for our first day's sale.
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We afc Placing on Sole a
Big Lot of Knit Underwear
in this Sale. .
Ono lot of Knit Union Suits,
Tight Knee, low.ni
25c value, iSpeclal
Tight^Kuee, low. neck,
Ladles' Lace Trimmed Union
Suits, neatly rn ado .
leadles' Knit PantB, Lace
Trimmed, loose fence,
at .. ..... ,. .. .....
Ladies' Union Suits. Cloyer,,
Ladies' Out Size Union Suits;
Lace ..Trimmed. . . v* . ^B??'''
at ... . %#5JC
For Today and Saturday i
1 Tn ul o 08c Lodios' Gowns,
.Lace Trimmed, Special, ^g-^
1 lot Teddy Bears,. Lace Trim
l lot Redfern $5.00 Core?is;.
broken sizes, .Special 7t5'C"'
Children's Knit M. t *j>*?
WalBts, Special at .. .. **V
. . t
Table $1.00 Marcollas, Special
for Friday and Sst- *Jfj?y?:i
"?rday at .. '.; .'. .. s V**
Our store ls tm o wy white with
alt the now 1916 Muslin Under
wear. We ask you to come attd
THE BRIGHTEST SPOT ?N TOWN
'i1 .y.vV-' i1
(From The Literary Digest)
If your radiator leaks, poor in
? ' ' V SE-.MEMT-,OL .
\ The *elf>nctlag radiator, cement
Finds the Leak and Fpxes It
Se-Ment-pl is a- powder put up in lithographed; tin cans.
When poured into your radiator it dissolves ?ir the.-noL water.
At the leak, the cool air congeals it into a cement that repairs
tit automatically. -
Look for the pumpkin colored caris, |
y ; Price 75c
Th?0..'ab0ve/ advertisement .is one of a series
; ; mat is running every other week in the
: Literary Digest.
"WE SIEM, AN
L?t us explain
tho merita of thc
It links together, the two Q's, Quality an4 QuicWc^,; It noakes' :
for you tho smoothest, njost-delicious ice cream Ih'^he Blvotlest pos
sible time. 9
w\ COME I^l AND SEE TT ?MI?I