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Mr. Webt? Reception
Cite vi lil'- Ullarri .HUI lim.il Ulli
limit events of the week was the
?i?-nu!ifiii reoep/tion given Thursday
afternoon by Mrs. Narda Webb wben
ab? entertained in honor or M I.non
Mary end Angela Otbhoney. Mrs.
Webb's home on Marnia street was
most attractive for the occaslun
ties of. ferns peing used.
The guetta on entering the recep
Hon hell were greeted by Mrs. Har
ry Orr, Mrs. Charles Oreen and Mrs,
qunnUes of ferns teing used.
In the living room Mrs. Webb re
cetved the callers wita tho Misses
Oibbcney and Miss Lydia Drown.
Frena the living room Mrs. Dave
Taylor and Mrs. Lerov Fuiles in
vfted the gueOts Into the dining room
which waa especially pretty with
the color scheme of pink. Mrs. 8am
Gilmor poured coffee and Misses
Weeser Gllmer, .lanie Hamlin, Isa
bel Webb, Vina Patrick and Zote
QBroyles served delicious sandwiches,
snout and almonds.
Throng Of women called dunn;; thc 1
Boura from 4 to 6.
TfcuTedey evening Mrs. Nardin Webb
entertained in honor of Hie Misses
Gi hbo ney and Miss Lydia Drown.
Srrerythtng was exceedingly informal
ibut enjoyed by Misses Wees er Gil
Iber, Vina Patrick, Janie Hamlin, Isa
bel Webb, Zoic Droyles, Mrs. Fred
JtaOolIough, Mrs. Ramer. Mrs. Harri
OTT, and Willett Sloan, Glenn Evans
Harold Webb, Tom Cartwright.
Delicious refreshments were
Slyer Hirrri i "inn.
. Mks. Brett Stepson was hostess to
tbs members of the River street club,
/Wednesday afternoon. The guests
asked to bring their sewing and a
delightful afternoon was spent. Mrs.
Simpson served a tempting salad
' 'Among those enjoying tho afternoon
wrqsre: ?sie??Mnaa Harieston Barton,
Vf. H. Nardin, Ward Thompson. Tim
Tuf??o>&on, A L. Smothers. G. W.
Cti^troere, J. p. Rest, Fred Burnett,
HUlhotise, Dugan ad Sol Lesser.
?Little Mit ft Sadler.**
Mas Punkin Sadler waa the
charming little hostess Monday after
apon when she entertlned at the
Cblquola hotel in honor of Miss
Alice Cooper Jfirom Baltimore, who
h?a come to make her home with
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hollezuan.
After many exciting gamea the
grue**? were invited Into the dining
room. Here a pink color scheme
.waa carried out. A beautiful birthday
cake holding ten candles in honor of
?Musa Copper's years, waa in the eon
tar ot the table. Adding to the
beauty of the table were exquisite
pink cream, cake, and candles.
Thoae present were: M?s see Vir
gin? StntbUng. Felicia Tolly, Sara
Crayton, Katherine McClure, Emily
Dean. Georgia Lee Muid row. Emily
ffraser, Mabel DMlngham, Dorothy
d^voet,-Bara Evansi the guest of
Sonor ma? Cooper.
? . . TV i .>[ .? ; ; - i
- Sewing Party.
Mrs. Henry Lanius trw? i Montana
iwas the attractive honoree Wednes
day aftersoon when Mrs. F. Keith
Pr?vost entertained at her home nn
Calhoun! street. Mrs. Lanius who ls
the guest of her sldter Mrs. Cullen
Sulilvss waa before her marriage Hiss
MAW Ot HW
Geip. Clifton. A. Reed, cemunandin? tl
ito?, division, baa named na sponsor
Mita Alberta Brock, daughter of Mr.
Bonhrcm of Anderson and Mts? Luey
Mi- hi" Hough of llonea Path and han|
many menus here. After a pleasant J
hour Bpent Hew ing Mrs. Prevoal |
nerved delicious '.e.1. !?.nd senrtwirh?? I
Tbe guets! on thin occasion besides
the guest of honor were: Mrs. F. H.
Crayton, Mr. H. O. Evans, .\rrs. John
Sadler, Mrs. J. C. Stribling. Mrs. Sam
G timer, MTS. W. A. Hudgens, nnd
MlBseB Linda Thompson and Woeser
Dinner For Visitor*.
Prof. and Mrs. W. ll. Hand of Co
lumbla were the guests of honor Wed
nesday evenrJteg when Mr. and Mrs.
neaday evening when Mr. nnd Mrs. C.
S. Sullivan entertninel a number ol
friends at a course dinner at their
home on South Main Street.
Tho dining room, ono of the pret
tiest in tho house wa? particularly
beautiful. A plateau mirror reflect
ed the bowl of exquisite pink Hwcet
peas and cut glass bon bon dishes
and compontes completed this perfect
appointed table. Covers were laid
for twenty lour.
The guests enjoying Mr. and MTB.
Sullivan's hospitality were besides
the honorees Mr. and Mrs. ti 8. Ll
gon, Mr.- and Mrs. M. M. Matt IK on,
r. and Mrs. H Itt Watkins. Mr. and
Mrs. J. J. Fretwell. Mr. and Mrs. W. D.
Bewley, Dr. and Mrs. J. F. Vines,
Mrs. Lawrence, Mr. Prue Clink
The fifth nurniber of the Lyceum
course will be given Tuesday nght
January the 27th. Frank Dixon will
lecture, hs subject being Man
against the Masses." The lecture will
not begin until 8:45 so all who wish
may attend the Missionary confer
once at the Methodist church and
the Lyceum attraction also.
Brlday afternoon was marked by a
bea'utlful card party given by Mrs.
Marshall Orr, at her attractive home
on M&xswell street After a number
of exciting rubbers tho hostctis
served, delicious salad course. Mrs.
Orr's'/!mother, Mrs- J- D. Hamjmett
an Mlsa 'Mhrle Seybt assisted her, tn
entertaining her - guests who were
Mr*.- ?tykos, Mrs. Albert ronner, Mrs.
D. A. Ledbetter, Mrs. E. F. Cochran,
Mrs. Httt .Watkins. Mrs. Dave Gray,
Mn/ Harry Orr Airs. Ramer, Mrs.
Keith Pr?vost, Mrs. T. U Cely, Mrs.
W- L. (Shepard, Mrs. G. S. Gambrell,
Mts* Margaret Evans, Mire. C. J. B.
DoCaantps, Mrs. Leon ' Rice, and Mrs.
Baan j Prince.
vAam. Mary Bete of Greenville ls
spending the week end with Mrs.
Newell on South MsDuffie stroet
A Wedding of Interest.
On Thursday evening, January 15,
at tho. .residence of Mr. A. B. Calls
ham la East Altavista, a wedding of
interest to our town was solemnized
when Mr. Henry W. Garbee. Sr., and
marriage hy their pastor,s Rev. J. R.
Mrs. Phen Richey were united in
Laughton of the Broad street Metho
dist church, assisted by Rev. A. M.
Padgett ot the First Baptist church.
The bride was gowned In a lovely
gray silk plplln with lace fichu. The
parlor woo tostll decorated with pjlnk
carnations and ferns. Mr. and Mrs.
Garbe Were the recipients of many
h?tiu^u?ic presenta from friends near
'After the ceremony and the con
gratulations, amid a shower of rice
VOR AND SPONl
x '. MISS BROCK.
ie See?aftirlgade of the Knited Cont ed
for the Anoroaehln* Stat? rotminn tr.
J. A, Bleck of thin etty. The maida
Ligon of, SpnrtanhuTg.
the wedding party were carried in
carriage!* and nutouic biles ty Mr. Gar
Hoe's residence where a fr ightful
> upper waa uer ?'ed. telle ?*.V?J uy an
Mist Cora Jan?? Davis the attractive
little daughter of Mr. and Mre^X-M.
Davis. CidobrAiett hur fourth >??r?h
day Tuesday afternoon at the home of
hwf parents on Calhoun street.
Tha little folks had a KOO-.! time
playing gem es, after which they
-were invited into the dining room
to cut the birthday cake and enjoy
the other delightful refreshments.
Thoie invited to this delightful lit
tle party were Misses Marlon Mur
phy, Sara < ray ton, Caroline H|W.?s,
Margaret Pcott, titira 1'ayne, Gfru'd
linv Campbell, Cora Mct'own Pruitt,
.Mary Salla, Ma^'.er Marcus Payne and
The Mihi le Kegister has the fol
lowing account of the wedding of
Miss WinterBmlth and Mr . Frank
Todd of Hil? city.
Interest in the approaching mar
riage of 'Miss Edith Hill Wfntersmlth
and Mr. Frank Edward Todd of An
derson. S. C., w lien luis found sweet
expression among the bride's friends
In many lovely affairs during her
auu-nuptial dvv, luanit->ttd itself
Tuesday in the large crowd of rela
tives' and friends who gathered at
the First Christian church when t1
plighted their troth at high noon.
Palms and ferns in profusion dec
orated the altar, while the pews fe
the family wore marked off with
'bunches of daffodils, gold being one
of the tlntB selected by thc bride as
her color tone. Mrs. H. S. "Walker
organist of the church, presided
the organ and prior to the arrival of
the bridal party, lovely music filled
the church. Miss Salome Garnett
singing "i IXJVO Thee So," by de Ke
ven, and Mr. John Willis, "At Dawn
ing," by Cadman. To the notes o
the bridal chorus from Lohengrin
played by MTS. WHIVe-, ?Ho bridal
party entered the church, led by
two ushers. Mr. tiuaxiea Gray anc
Mr. I''chard Christian, who were
fOt'tTWiVM bj th? ff. .t?. ii, ii Ott nu nur,
Mrs. W. E. Atkinson of Anderson, S.
C., the groom's siuler. Nert came
M>r. Gray Hays, another usher, who
waa followed by the maid of honor.
Miss . Louise Donovan, then the little
fl )\ et girls, ibo bria?.-'* niece. Cathi*
ryn Winter'smith, and Catheron I. .'
ons, who preceded the bride with her
father. Mr. Charles Godfrey Wra
torsmlth. M the e'.tar the groom
....l.t. l-l- -ii., x-. ?- _
rr .?..i u.o iran, mau, ttiS un" n
B. H. Todd of Louisville, Ky., awaitr
ed their coming, and toe ceremony
wrns performed by Rev. Mr. Spiegel,
tw.'ng pastor of tu.? church. Mts*
Wintersna'th waa a very, lovely bride
in her'traveling suit, which .was a
chm tailor suit of French; blue whim
wru, wwii wilka olin WW? a little
rpring hat of blue with silk crown
and trimmed with French flowers.
The bridal touch was given to ber
toilet with the bouquet, which was. a
shower of volley lilies. , . Mrs. At
kinson waa handsome in her becom
ing dress, which suggested the color
tone of blue and gold, being of blue
Canton crepe trimmed with gold lace
embroidered In blue, the waist being
fa ?Mc ned of chl'ir y=cr sha^?x
lace. She wore a black hat with black
plumes and carried a bouquet Qt sun
burst roses. M?se Donovan was very
attractive In s toilet of "September
Morn" blue chsimeuso, with waist dj
shadow lace over flesh-coored chif
fon. Her hat of gold laco with bluo
plumes harmonized with her drctrt
,t:i,l ber hour ?"t was ot ?uni.m-?
roses. Tho two little flower girls
were lovely aa ono could picture. In
tholr dresses of white lace with blue:
t/ishcj and carrying baskots of sun-!
burst roses. Tho bridal -party left
?the church to the Mendelssohn wed-j
ding march and were driven to the(
depot, whqre amidst a shower of
good wiBhes Mr. and Mrs. Todd J?ft
for their bridal tour through Florida.
They will go finit to Jacksonville,
w.horo they will take a steamer and
.after a delightful Bea voyage they will
go to Anderson. S. C., their future
...i- v?- aw?.* <. ???lut??l
?....?>? v ?.... - - --
cashier of tho Anderson Bhnk. The
out-of-town guests present were the
groom's mother, elster and brother,
?MarsV J. F. Todd and Mr?. V.r. E. At
SURS, U. C. V.
klnson of Anderson, S. C., and Mr.
B. H. Todd of Louisville and Mies Ma
bel Donovan of Jackson, Miss.
ll ? Hill Club.
Hose Hill Club ls equally as ]K>p
ular since it has been moved to North
Anderson as it was on Whit ncr
street. TuenJay was card afternoon
and five taibes of enthusiastic play
ers enjoyed the games. Delicious tea
Kuu ?-.anov? iciiea were serven.
Those plaving were Mesdames
James D. Haicunett, E. W. Taylor,
Rhett Parker. Swain oilmer, Alice
Sykes, Brnetjt Cochran, T. E. Howard,
Louis Oray, Nardin Webb, Dr S. Tay
lor, John Anderson, Harry Orr, Fulpb
Rainer, Bond Anderson, ChriEtle De
Caanp, Albert Farmer, Mrs. Bennett
Valentino. Misses Zade Fretwell, Vina
Patrick and Louise Humphreys.
Dance ut Rose Hill.
One of thc most delightful private
dances over given in Anderson was
on Friday evening when Mr. and MJB.
Bond Anderson entertained at Rose
Tinmub. lo spite of the Inclement
weather a large crowd attended.
Tempting sandwiches and tea were
served. The guests enjoying thia
delightful occasion werte Mr. and Mira.
W. L. Brissey, Mr. and Mts. John R.
Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. K. P. Smith,
Mr. and Mrs. Wonee, .Mr. and Mrs.
Rhett Parker, Mr. and MrB. "has.
Causey, Mr. and Mr?. Leroy Falles.
Mr. and MTS. C. J. DeCanr.?>s. Mir.
and Mrs. John Sadler, Mrs. Ralph
F'icnoT, Misses Grace Spencer, Eliza
beth Vanwyick. Lydia Brawn and
th? Missses Glhboney of Virginia.
Messrs. G. B. Greene, Roscoe Mos
le7, J. H. Godfrey, S ?.vain Gllmer,
John Linley, Langdon Frciwell, Wil
liam. Marshall. Keys Gllmer, Ralph
Gossort, Herbort Dunn. Guy Winthrop
of Greenville, and Prof. Parks.
Tea nt Bose H i IL
. Mrs. Ailbert Sidney Fdrmer, Mts.
Clyde Ross and Mrs. E. W. Taylor
were hostesses at Rose Hill Club
Thursday afternoon. A number of
club members went out and a de
lightful afternocn spent. Tea and
sandwiches were served.
~Mre. J. F. Todd and Mrs. E. W.
Atkinson are in Louisville, Ky., tba
guests of Mr. B. H. Todd.
OCT OF NEWSPAPER BCSINE8B
Mr. V. B. Cheshire So Longer Co?,
nccted With Any Paper.
After selling the Anderson Intel
lingerieer?" Mr. V. *B. Cheshire started
uar-"The Harpoon" but discontinued
this' after a few* issues. Mr. Cheshire
says he daily gets? letters from parties
lp . reference to .'papers he had., been
connected with and asks thai the
jiblie be1 ri?tifl?d that he is no lon-:
gMr^??nViectcd':wlth any newspaper
but is gWlng/t 'flo time now to the
IW?ry, l?able' L rf hhess and. his race
fdr ^hgreBs: Flaring been in the
iwwspancr busirfebs practically ever
Blnce ?3 iya? a sm?ll boy, be says that
bc?!- tf?4 of'it ted expects to devote
his time In the>'future to something
other tqaft''newspaper work. . He la
deeply grateful to those who hhve
stood to tym -ini-thc past and while
hp owes'much 'to his friends, yet he
he'lleves/' ne -''fought' a hard fight for
the interest of th? common people
and that he'.fully destwed all the
if.-'if, jjsm5|t m * * * ? ? JA x
. Complaints have reached us *
. that the inner has not beu? re- .
. celved regularly by some of our .
. subscribers in tho city. We *
. regret this and cap only excuse *
. lt on theground that the carriers .
. aro new to their routes, and wo .
. ask that those- who do not recelvo *
. their paper regularly notify us ?
. promptly, either by telephoning .
. the office or calling in person. .
. This is the only way for. us to *
. kaow whether or not ;subi^Tlb?rs *
. are getting their papers, and we ?
*\do not wish one. ot them to miss *
. an Josue. By co-operating thus 4
- with us wo iee; sure we snail soon
. have a trained torco delivering *
. papero, Please do not bo afraid *
. to mske complaints, we shall ap- *
. predate them. *
MOVES TO WILLINGTON
The Re*. W. H. Blakely Comee
Willington; Jon. 24.-The Rev. W. H,
Blakely and family have moved from
Tennessee to the Letht Industrial
school here. Mr. Blakely has ac
cepted the . superintendency of the
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Murrah have
returned from Atlanta and will make
their homo here at Pleasant Grove.
Some new residences are lu pro
cess ot construction. There ts pot
a single win* house in town- Avery
home her? owned by the occupant
and several moro are in demand.
BARY OF THE BOOS .....VICTOR
3 reel feature with Warren Kerrigan
in tho lead.
I.\?M>-lK *>a*l tn Kn u!ik..tMl
4 Reels Cverday 10c
GREAT MISSIONARY CON
FLRENCE TO BE HELD
ON THE 27TH
Among tho Visitors Will Be Jno.
G. Cltnksca?es and Dr.
E. M. Poteat
With all plans completed and
averything In readiueBS for the Inter
denominational MisBionury Conference
the Indications now are that thc meet
ing* hero will be productive of more
good than any simular undertaking
af recent years. Thc conference is to
convene on Tuesday, tho 27th, and
rwill last through the 28th. The excr
ciaos will -be directed by Prof E. F.'.
Balnea, cf the faculty of Richmond
college, Itt<mmond, Va., while other
well known speakers to deliver ad
dresses.' will be Dr. E. M. Poteat, and
Prof. John G. Clinkscales. The mere
fact that the latter gentlemen are to
be here should insure a large atten
lance because they are both well
known all over Souh Carolina as be
ing two of Hie most powerful speakers
In the State.
The conference is to be held in
Anderson at St. John's Methodist
church, and those in charge of thc
arrangements, W. W. Leathers, J.
Irwin Brownlee, L. P. Smith ant? G. N.
C. Dojuman, have f?one everything
possible to make all plans complete.
This movement is by no means con
fined to any single church or denom
ination. It is panned that every
denomination in the county' and
church in Anderson ' county to take
[> part in the work and ail have been
urged to send large delegations and
together with that every' member's,
avery church will be warmly wei?
comed, ' '
The promoters of this, effort/ which
goes' under the name ol the "United,
Missionary Campaign," point out the
rafct that scarcely one half of the
adult population of America exe
members of any church. The Protea
tant churches have about .23 million
bf members in the aggregate, and the
Reman Catholic church reports about
l? millions including all baptized
children. This leaves about 35 mil?
lions of people over 10 years of age
who are not members of any ch"r?h.
Included in this unchurched popula
tion are a multitude ot foreign speak
ing people of scores of different lan
There ls hereby plenty of room for
aggressive Home Missionary work on
tho part of all churches. j
It I? also a time of unusual oppor
tunity to propagate Chrlstianty to
to non christian nations. Thc foreign
missionary work carried on for the
past hun-lied years has usen ours al
(ae prinlopal causes of the gre-, i
?nie? ?aklng p-ac; ia ThrSt'j
'Persis, . i-f ia, .Tapai. China and
Uhr''foreign ro?ssionir." en-.? ilise
bas grown until it ls a tremendous
world wide business, in which over
'2#.0C<) rt <-n "tiff ?wotnon ifctarlea
are engaged ah d for which thc pro
testant churches of Christendom con
tribute over 30 million dollars annu
ally. Of this total felly one half oems
from the United States Which has
came to be recognized a's the moat
important single factor in the world
wide extension of the Christian
A native church of nearly three
million!} of communicant members
ha? been built up. with four millions
more of adherents. About six, thou
sand of these natives have been pre
pared (by long courses? of training for
the Chrlffcian ministry and ara now
obtained pastors of their own peo
ple. But from every field there
are calls for great advances. The
viercr of Otese great needs the Home
and Foreign Missionary, leaders of
UAitetf States and Canada are, engag
ing churches more generally and
more nu*? tn this missionary -business.
They b??h requested and ?-ecun-d Ot?
Legman's Missionary. Movement to
taire general charge of the organi
st V.-a of the field ?j?tt>palgn. The
missionary Education Movement has
pragsred aa exhibit of literature
which will be used at all of the con
ferer-jes, lasting two dara each, ia
.? ?-kQ7 ?.i?es and towna 'as pos
sible. Already twenty four teams of
th? Unite- Sta toi alone, in addition
to neve ral teams in Canada. Seme of
those teams will conduct as many as
forty different conferences. Several
teams have already begun the holding
of conferences), and all sections 'of
tb* country. The total number, of
faul Revere Rode hard
and fast, calling men to
weild their swords.. His
journey has out-lived the
But now men ride in
^ - FORDS -
The Universal Car.
ARCHIE L. TODD
Anderson, S. C.
Second floor of Brown Building
North Main Street
Gives prompt and careful attention to all
kinds of Insurance, including Fire, Tornado,
Health and Accident, Burglary and'Liabi ity.
Also, Fidelity, Official, Judicial and Con
Let'our solicitor beat the Fire Engine to
M. M* MATTI50N, Pres. J. Y7. LINLEY. V Pres.
C. EUGENE TRIBBLE, Mgr. & Treasurer
JAMES L. FARMER, Ass't Mgr.
Our Motto ls
Extra ?? ? ^*\x?M \ Extra
Low J*'* _ B Low
Prices ^HBBH^B^H?^ PRICES
on JL 011
Buggil fl W ?Vagons
.ON CASH^AIMSACTIONS .. ..
FOR NEXT 30 DAYS
On remainder of our Shipment of Horses and
J. S. FOWLER
It yon vant tho nUTTERICK FASHION' SHTSBT each month send us
12c tn stamps and we will send lt to you for the next twelve months. Thia
amount simply covers postase and w; charge nothing for tho Fashion
Sheet. We have a full line of Pattern ns in stock and we will fill all orders
For the next thirty days we wilt m ake n Special Offer of tho Delinca,
tor for Three Months, ?05 25?, provided yon. call at our store for lt.
Cox Stationery Company
conferences held will reach over five!
hundred. An of them are foi the one
great punpose of Informing ?hureh
people of the crying.need of a areal
advance in mission work both at
home and abroad, together with sn
exploitation of those methods that
have proved most effective in enabl
ing churches and whole cirio* and
denominations to multiply their
missionary output. It is also found
that the churches that do most for
other* are ' the he?t off the nwelvea.
The.churches that are self centred
are apt te decline. It seems to be a
normet and reoesaery fact that "th?
Light tht shines farthest, shines
vr?s??ssi near nome."
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