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For Mr. a cd Mrs. Holroyd.)
Miss' Rhoda VsndWer
requests the pleasure of your company
at llnner,
Wednesday, September the ninth,
at elghtAo'clock,
to meet Mr. and Mrs. Holroyd.
Laura Party.
\iinses Anne Qambrell, Evelyn
Browne and Lydia McCully entertain
ed with a lovely lawn party Tuesday,
evening on MiRses Browne'? and (lam
breil's lawns. Japanese lanterna were
utrung across the lawn and in the ivy
covered arbor lighted with lanterna
Mrs. P. K. McCully and Misa Jean
Cunningham served delicious nectar.
After an interesting contest of "how
many peas In the' jar,", Miss Frances.
Marshull was a wardell tho first, prise,
a box <>r candy, for the moat correct
guess und Miss Laurie Smothers a
stick of red candy for the most. Incor
rect.
Mrs. (imnbroll, Mrs. Jess Stribling,
Miases Caroline Vance, Lal Cunning
ham and J. .i:;ie urowne served .tho
guests a tempting Ice course ami
mints.
Those accepting invitations to this
charming porty were Miss; .: Caroline
Hanks, Victoria Earle, Apnle Earle
Fumier. Marcile Quest. Lula Hammett,
Laura ? tenn, Anna Bell Glenn, Fran
cis Marshall. Virginia Marshal!, Hazel
Murphy. Elizabeth; Kistier from Char
lotte; Thelma Osborne, Bara .Stevena,
Dorothy- Sullrvanr-Lueia Sullivan, Ma
de Kdmonda,-J?Uzabeth Wright, . Sar?
and Carolyn Mc.Fall. Lydia and Rath
lyn Burrlss, Edna Thoiupspn, Clarice
Townsend, NJnbel DlRlngbam. Virginia
(Himer, Laurie amethera, and Julia
Ledbettor; Tom Ba'les, Todd Borton,
Clarence Brown," Sam .Green. Cal Harr
ris. Wade Humphreys, William Martin,
Hurry Orr. Jr.. Harmon Geiger,. Pean
Russell. James Smith Pat Sullivan.
Fred Tolly. John Thompson, Sandford
Vkndlver, Edward Vandiver, Julian
Wobb, Jeff Webb, Ernest Cochran. Jr.,
Richard Laughlin. John Will Robert
son. Frank W?hlte, Andrew Hood.
Pierce Browne, Han Ledbetter, Clair
Cobb, mid Paul Rich.
Klng.LewlR.
A nrctty wedding was solemnised
Inst Sunday vrhen Miss Sallie King and
W. I?. Lewis were married. The cere
mony was performer at tho home of
the bride's parents, Mr. and.Mrs. J. P.
K:ng. on I street, the Bev. S. B. White
officiating.
Missen Willie Mae Coleman and
Kinma White were the bride's maids
and Miss Ruth King her maid ot
honor. Woolie. Daniel acted as best
man. " ' ::\ .'? . .
?Thc brido wore .A.: lovely . wedding
gown of white and bei* bouquet was
roses and ferns.
immediately aftor the ceremony a
cqursc dinner was served the bridal
prirty and other guests. ? / .
[After flieJrKwftfdlngi tiV'/Mr: 'and!
Mrs. Lewis. wUl make their home,in
EAslny. Wt*r* iMtf Lewis holds a re
crionalble position at tho Easley Cot-I
top Mill. _
j Tolberi.WatkhiH.
tA-tait^M!?weoovae'nfrTebrr^ and
friends assembled in tho First. Meth
odist ehimh Saturday evening, A.i\
rust ?9th. lo witness, the marrlago of
.Miga Maim h? Gray Tolbert, of l aurens,
s nd/Mr. Thomas Del Watkins/ f'An
derdon.
Tho church was unusua'iy beautiful,
decorated-lo a simple and effective
"imhr with ferns and palma placed
In the chancel and organ loft. Tho at
tendants were Miases Lois Watkins.
plater of the groom; Lola Gray, qf
Grav Court; Sadie Sullivan. Charlotte
McGowan, of Laurena; Messrs. Albert
mid Kills Gray, of Gray Court; Wil
liam .Mahon, of Spartanburg; H. C.
G ? av. of Laurena.
The. maids were attired In lingerie
dresses nnd whlto lacx>. picture hats
and carried pink end white asters. The
mnn nf honor. Misa, MarguorKe Tol
bert alster of the bride, was gowned J
In p lovely Greek costume or. voile
?''WllMW*1tsWI| "ffllll' ph lin i hill and
carried: a. shower boiujunt *)f pt rik 1%
France, roses, tied with tulle.
Promptly at 7:-!!0.o'clock Mrs. C. ?L
lick* bptfiiu" en appropriate musical
progrbn) and to thc strains of Men
dclBftobn'u wedding march the bride
,-." ?r n,Pr fnther. She
v/nn'lnMeiy in n modish traveling suit
nf dafk&lne with accessories to match,
carryffja a bouquet "of hrfdeft rosea,
or?nTte |iloBsom.s. fern ontL'iullo. ,
She was Joined at the apar, by the
gwm.attohded.by -Hts. beef, man. Mr.
R. W, Watkins. Tho wedding waa sol
remniwl by Rev. J. R. T Major, using
th" rlnrf ceromdny.
Airs. Watkins Is ? very popular and
Intellectual ? woman, a graduate of
Wlnthrdn college, and ia greatly ad-J
mired for her sweet/ womanly_charac- {
tor. Mr* WiUkinn in nrlneip&t of tho'i
r.chools of Tbomnsvllle. Go., and on
energetic nod successful teacher. Af
ter the bridal trip , they will be at
linnie at Thomar ville.
Tho out-of-town guests werai Mr,
. rv-4 .35r?. P. .r***, OL QTav CourJ -
Mr. and Mrs. R. T,''Keston.'of Soar
tanbpre: Xfva. M. B. Docus. Mrs. Cock.
ned Mister William Pope, of Colum
bia: Mr?. C. B. Martin, of Greenville;
Misara MailtT. IIAIOW L??V.lr.C .?nn?o
Harris LnulVo.Or?V, li?'ia "watklmt.
Clinton Walkin?. Rov Watkins and
Wavne Watkins, of Anderson; 1 Mr.
Wakefield, William Mahon, of Spar
tantMira: Albert and Ellis Gray, of
Gray Coort.
Parties for Wedding Farly.
MiBf> Marguerite Tolbert wa* awnte*:;)
ai an elegant nix-course luncaeos In
itonor of thc Tolbert-Watkins >,r[
part- Tiling at i*:- nome
on West Mata street The home wss
beautifully' d<-r//reted in pink and
white, thc same color schema being
electively used lu thc refreshments
and place cards.
i i _ i .
Friday evening Mrs. Frans: P. Mc
Gowan entertained the aiegfroM of
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the Tolbert-Watkins bridal party at a
sumptuous dinner at ber home in
the. eastern part of the city. Pink
roses, candles ?nd shades lent the
same effect to the color scheme thnt
was so beautifully .carried out at the
wedding itself. After the conclusion of
dinner,, the evening was delightfully
Spent in conversation and In other di
versions.
Miss Sadie Cultivan entertained the
female members of the Tolbert-Wat
klus bridal ptrty at a very delightful
of fair Frld?y morning. A delicious
valu'l course" and tea was served, the
color scheme of pink being carried
out in decorations and refreshments.
The game of Foty.Two funished an^cn
iertulning feature of the morning/
Beautiful Birthday Party.
Mrs. T. A. Wigginton entertained
with a beautiful party Wednesday af- ?
tcrnoon . at her home on Oreen ville
ntreet in honor of the birthdays of her
attractive little daughters, (Rosamond
and Adelaide Wiggington.
The color .scheme of tho afternoon !
wa? pink and white, and this was car
ried out in many pretty detoils, espe
cially tn the souvenirs given the
guests.
The little folks played games and
had a good timo generally, and later
in .the .afternoon wore invited in to j
enjoy the birthday cakes which spar
kled with their., pretty .pink condies.
The table was adorned with pink
dreamers from the"'cl.antl???er nnd
pink shaded candles cast a
loft glow over, tho' . childish
races. Titfie A?W Adelaide Whi
tington and let. little friends
were invited In to the dining room
rirsf and her "Cake held six candles,
and after they bad all been served lit
tle Miss Rosamond Wiggington and'
her guests were .taken tn and found
her cake with the seven tiny candi.'*.
Delicious ices, cakes and candies were
served and punch was served during '
the afternoon.
Many pretty gift?1 were received by
tho popular llttlo hostesses.
Senior Pbllathea Picnic.
Thursday afternoon Instead of hav
ing their regular social meeting the
Senior Rhilathea Class of the First
Presbyterian Church spent the after
noon in the Varina Brown park in
North Anderson. A bountiful picnic
lunob was spread and a thoroughly
good time enjoyed by all.
? Kskcw-Aull.
A number of Anderson people have
received tho followings invitation:
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Lawrence Eskew
; reddest th? honor Of your presence
at the marriage of their daughter
1 Mary ??la
to
Mr.; Julius Augustus Ault
Wednesday morning, : September thc
sixteenth at half after
- elevenovcl?ck' ~'" >.
Baptjst Church /
Pendleton) teofrth' Carolan. \
t.'arvej-.toiiev.
Mr. .-.niLMjra. .TwJ-, L.
announce the marriage ot their I
. " d?ugh,ter 1
Ruth Brlnkcruoff
to
Mr. Theodore Jones
Fhuraday morning, September tho ihl
at eighty-thirty o'clock,
it homo In Anderson, S. C., after a
two weeks' bridal trip to Knoxville and I
llendorsonvlllo.-Greenville Piedmont. I
Far Mrs. MeLeai1;
Mrs. Wi) liam >McLean waa the guest j
>r bonor at a. delightful but informal
jarty Thursday morning when Mum!
Alberta llrpck entertained at her |
uuue on South McDttffte street.
The guests were asked to bring their I
'ewing ami after nn hour spent in this
way the hostess Invited the guests I
into the dining room, where an elah- :
Hate course luncheon was served.
Those accepting Miss Brock's hos*
al tai i ty we|flJMra>, Mo Leap, Mrs. Lanac
Kdrton, Mrft. Morrlso?, Misses Marie
3eybt. Ruth Pretwell, Ella Mae Cum
nings oad>li|Bjsja Tjiompson.
Aff^o?V'Pavty.
Minn Mary Elisabeth Moncrief Waa
\ charming little hostess. Wednesday!
if tor noon when abe' naked several 9t j
ier tittle playmates to spend tus af
?feVnoon with her. After an exciting
Same of "Hunt the Peauut" the little I
I cream and cake;]
K- pink and white oolor scheme' was
iiaed in every d?tail.
( ard t lab.
Miss Ella Mae Cummings was hos
tess lo th? members-of the Calhoun
[(treet Card Club Friday afternoon.
TVn tablee were filled with congenial
players, and after, a number o* Inter
esting rubbers Miss Lorena Cu.naiingu |
tarred , the guests a tempting ??lad
2ourse.
Those enjoying this party were Mrs. !
Levis Sanders, Mrs. Keith Provost,
tetra. T. L Cely. Mrs. O. B. Greene,!
?Mtmaam tlMth? Ptt?hln LindS ~
* and Caroline Vance.
Janf>r Pbllathea.
Bennet* JPownsend,.thc teacher'
rji Tue Junior rhitaihea t'lass of tho !
First Presbyterian Church was hoa?|
tass to the member*. of her class
FhuradayV afternoon at her home on
Vorth McL'?ffle street.
This wax an unusually interesting!
meeting as Misse? Floride end Gonai
Harri*, who harp recently returned
From Europe, showed the class many
u^tures and told of many of their de
lightful and exciting experiences. Miss
Pearle Maas gave a Tocal solo, Miss
Annie Anderson an Instrumental solo
sad Miss Carrie Pretwell a reading.
At the conclusion of this program
and a short business session.,M!*^s
[Narlee Townsend and Georgia,, K'urris
arrived, wearing their raincoats and
HHBpK a hage fcsabr?ll? filled with
s shower for the hostess. Mrs. Town
tend, who has recently moved into her
new home wai given a nuuibcr of use-1
fut gift? tor her kitchen from the
guests present.
Mrs. Townsend assisted by Miss
Ewbank Taylor served a tempting
salad conree.
The guests were Mrs. Joe Fretwell,
Jr.. Mrs. Raymond Fretwell. Misses
Evie ?ion ?sou, Rosa Simpson, Pearle i
MsasB, Annie and Ruth Anderson,
Lucy and Lillian Maxwell, Carrie Fret
well, E. 7.. Templeton. Ewbank Tay
lor, Bell Norris. Emmie Ca'.^cart.
Floride and Gene Harris. Kathleen
Norryce. Linda Thompson. ' Jessie
Browne. Caroline Vance, Jean Cun
ningham, Miss Langley and Mrs. O. B.
Greene.
Ken lag Party.
A delightful little sewing party was
given Thursday morning when Miss
Anna Tribble entertained a dosen girls
Ot her home on North Main street,
j j A delicious salad courae was served
the guests who ware Misses Jean
Cunningham, Inalla - Marshall, Laura
Horton, Elisabeth Fretwell, Agatha
Spellman,/.Lydia Bewley, Lou Ellen
Llgon, Lorena Cummings, Lundie Mc
Gee, Ruth Anderson, Rbods Vandiver,
Luelle Burrfss, and Frances Tribble.
Voling noaicn'K society.
A number of Anderson people ac- '
cepted Invitations issued by the
Young Women's Society of Mt. Creek
I Church for Tuesday evening, for a
[ party to be given at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. A. S. Masters at their coun
try home five miles from the city. Tbe
lawn was beautifully decorated with <|
Japanese lanterns and in a beautifully
decorated corner refreshing punch
was served throughout the evening.
? Tenjptin? refreshments were served
.the guests. ,
R. E. Lee Chapar. >|
The meeting of tile Robe .I E. Lee
chapter on Friday afternoon was the
sweetest, at the same.time the saddest
in its history. Since the last chapter
gathering, the two oldest and beat be
loved members of : the organisation I
have answered their last roll-call. As
'long as life and strength remained to'
[them, the Robert E. Lee.chapter had
no. more loyal or Interested members.
Their sweet faces and gentle manners
brightened every meeting, and .truly
urgent was the cause that prevented ?
I ?heir attendance."
Then thia the .first gathering after
,their falling on sleep, Waa. dedicated .,
to therj. Mrs. Sallie Seaborn Sloan.1
and Mi's. Lissie. Hammond Bleckley.
Resolutions In honor of Mro. Sloan
wer? read by Mrs. R. C. ^Vebb, resolu
tions in "honor of Mrs. ?Beckley, by
Mrs. J. P. Sullivan. A beautiful letter
I Of appreciation of the chapters love,
and attentions to Mrs. Bleckley was
written by her daughter, and read by
?Mrs. J. M. Paget' Mr. O. L. Martin, a
jnrmer pastor, and a ?rrarm friend of i
Mrs. Sloan, then told the audience
some-thing of . Mrs Sloan's beautiful
Ufe and character as he knew lt. Mrs.
Grace Cocbruna In a sweet way told
something of her early friendship and
'achoo! girl associations wltbx Mrs. i
Bleckley. She aloo read a letter which ,
'she had received from Mrs. Bleckley I
{last winter .from Baltimore, a variable A
vol.-e. from tho tomb. Mrs. Nora Hub?
ihard, in a talk straight from the.
PUaTt, ?poke of her .associations with
Mr*, Bleckley ir. W. C. T. B. work*.
j*Gcn Bonham paid ?? beautiful and
[.heartfelt, tribute tr? iCrs Bleckley as
he han known be/, A tribute of love
-vrltlen iby Mrs. R. C. K?vt lovingly
recalling the nsfrelations ot a lifetime I
with her. friend and kinswoman j
"Cousin. LIzsin." was read by irtrs. J.
R. Vandiver..Mr?. Vandiver paid feel
ing tribute to both Mi's. Bleckley and
Mrs Sloan as ?he has been a?sc
elated with them in chanter, and in
social, life. Mrs. B. F. Wilson read a
beautiful testimonial of love and ap- ll
predation of Mrs.'Sloan. Music for the ll
occasion was arranged by Mn-. George <
'Butler, anti was furnished by Mrs. Wm.
Muldrow. Mrs. W. H. Nardin and Miss
Martha Bonham In beautiful and ap
propriate solos, and R chorus of the
I well known hvmn "There'll be no (
I carn Valley w'm-n ic:u5 ?oTue?,"in com- ?
munica t lon of i characteristic Inci
dent in Mrs. Blockley's life. Some
years ago on one ot her many trips, i|
she with a party of people waa walk
ing through a very dark tunnel. A wo
man slipped and fell, and In her
fright screamed. Thc black darkness
preventing the .crowd, from seeing
what had happanrvd, a nan Ic Wai im
minent. Mrs. . Bleckley 'a unfailfnr
ouick wit came Into play. She started
singing that hymn, which was taken up
I by others, tho tumult quieted, and a
?panic averted. ?
At the close of the bot afternoon,
Mrs. Bonham and Miss Welsh, assisted
hy Misses Martha Bonham aud Rhoda
Vandiver. served a cooling fee with
?fake to the audience
Each guest presen , went away with
ia feeling of renewed love tor, and
1 pride in th? two noble women who
had so long been among them, rentle
j tuinisiering spirits,.worthy of all cm
?"??ation. j
I Mrs. M. L. Bonham, and the Members
of tiie Various Clubs, especially the !
R. E. Lee Chapter of the City of An- 1
derson, S..C I
My. Dear Mrs.. Bonham*. 1
We desire te express to you. and
through you, the members of. those
du vs Vio purpose to meet and oo
honor to the memory of her whoas you
all loved BO . well, our love and nv pro- .
dation of your intended action. Love
. because vpu ara har friends. &nd ap
preciation for all that you did to
make her a happy member of yeer
club;ftf'i. . ,
We rejoice with yon that she in' re
? turn gave so much, and added so
much to the pleasaure and usefulness [
I of all the organisation*, and that you J
feel g ree t? y her loss we e^e felly,
i aerare.
Especially do we feel nod kppreeHjjfl;
I voar love and sweet tenderness to bar
I during i hose dark and shadowy dav*
tften sTio lav prostrate on 'her cou?
flaw every moment full ot pain, a vt
anguish/ Oh can we ever forget those
darksome,hours? But about her dear
tenn and near her sight, yon' kept
ear; Ye fairest plants and flowers, and j
oftlmns. when a moment ot peace
would come, her boahtiful eyes would
gate long and lovingly upon'?hem. and
?ho would "Inhal?1 Ibelr sweet perfume.
And than again your almost dully
Visits tu make Inquiries, und your sad
and tearful faces as you went away
utterly powerless to stay the grim
monster, or allay the relentless hand
ot disease, your hearts would be up
lifted to God In prayer for her relief.
At last the hour came, you heard
the sad tiding* with genuine grief,
for you ?li loved her. and felt a per
soosl loss. You came and ?eut pole
sweet Howers, snd entwined the ivy
and laurel Into wreaths and garlands,
and. laid them about her loved form.
You Whispered Words of comfort and
hope to those w'.o were nearest and
dearest. You fol towed with hushed
footsteps to the, grave, and at the
close of a brilliant day as the sun was
sinklog in the western sky. and even
lng Ut her faint star. You saw the cur
tain ot night fall upon her so loved
and honored, and now you meet today
to tell of ber noble deeds and mingle
your tears together. It is indeed good
to know that her friends will always
remember her. ami will think of her
thus:
There came s Soul to the Gate or
Heaven-gilding slow.
"A soul that wsS ransomed, and for
given, and white as snow.
To the ?o!u?r; Gatea of niora they c?r
Iried her- *?d the sngels oil were
id lent.
Now, open .the gate, spd let ber In,
And nins lt ?ld?. *
For she bsa been cleansed from pain
and sin
The angels were silent, and we know
that she entered in."
Sincerely your friend.
MRS. J. J. FRETWELL AND 8I8TERS
Sunset Forest. Sept. 4th. 1914:
Iva Party.
Mrs. S, I. Finley, who lives near Ivs,
was hont ess at a delightful lawn party
Thu.aday evening* A number of An
derson girls and men went down fn
machine* and a thoroughly good time
was cloyed hy all. Delicious ices were
served.'
AnnonnS^ent Party. . ' ? W- ?
One of the most Interesting and afsb
most delightful parties of the week
wea given Thursday afternoon when
Mrs. John A.' Pruitt entertained at her
home on Greenville street.
Over all the house a pink color
icheme was -observed. Quantities of
pink roses filling the vas:? and
bowls.
After the guests had all arrived lit
tle Miss Evelyn Pruitt entered dis
guised as Dan Cupid. Each of the
guests wss given a tiny letter and
when opened a message was found,
signed Dan Cupid, announcing the en
gagement of Miss Ruth Pruitt and
Edwin Kinsey, the wedding to take
place af the nome of tho brcn'-Oc
taber the 1st.
, In the dining room thV s , r.olor
not? wss used. A tall . rysu>. vase of
roses was the ct.itral decoration and
around this were pink shaded candles.
Hanging from tbs chandelier was a
beautiful wreath of roses with a
dainty little copia perched upon It;
Mrs. O. D. Butrtss and Mrs. O- lf.
Johnston served, ithe guests block
cream tn the .pink and White.
. i Those accepting, this Invitation were
Misses Anna Bell arid Pal Dean. Marie
Padget. Edith Brooker. Frances and
Mery Riley. Txw?!se Rigby, Lou Lstl<
mer. Jessie Herabree. Mae H el lams.
Vera Pruitt. Kathleen and Lunelle
McGee. Nell Pruitt. Lois Reece. Clari.
Sargent, and Pearle'Gideon.
IF.ngsg*ne9* Announced.
Abb<*T'.tie. Sept?3J-^Mr. and Kn. J.
c. VMtn. of Abbeville, announced the
engagement of iho\r^ niece, .ailsa Mary
Gilliam Hodges, to Dc-\Vl!l!am George
Harper, th?? ?""i.?mg to take placo tho
latter part of October.
IBnuclng Porty.
One of the most delightful partie
enjoyed by the members nf the
younger society set was the dancing i
party given Friday evening when Miss 1
Alberta Farmer entertained at her
home on West Whltner street. .
From nine tr *-clv? the dancer?
were served r^.reshlng punch by
Misses Annie Earle Farmer. Victoria
Earle. Virginie Gllmer and Cal Harria.
Sod at midnight cream and cake was
served. Hiss Farmer's list of guests
Included Misses ?lay Llgon, Julia Led
better. Molly 5'm ion, \ Frances sad :
Leis Anderson. Mury Stark Watkins.
Emily SulUvau. Helen Harris. Mattie
Mayfield. Lillian Busby. Grace Fripp,
of Charleston; Esther Lasslter. Evelyn .'
Hoke, ot Birmingham; Ciar? Blrdlne.
an-; Lal CnnnIngham; Paul Browne.
Ralph Smith, Welter Robertson. Wll^
Ram Sullivan, Robert Burris, Walter
Guest. Dan Ledbetter. Roger Barton.
Msc Llgon, Geo. Prince, Roy Major.
Bob Webb, John Townsend, Oscar
Martin, Ralph Thompson, Louis Os- 1
borne. Harold Sulltvsn. Floyd Parks.
Glonn L?ssiter, snd Barnwell Lindley.
Miss Edmonds Entertains.
Miss Made Edmonds entertained
most delightfully Saturday afternoon
at her home. West'Market street, from
four tv six. Many delightful games ]
were played and late- tn the afternoon
delicious refreshments served the
guests.
Vor Mrs. Workman
mrs. rent worgman of Rock Jilli
who la the attractive guest of Misses
Letta and Mac Russell was the guest
of honor at a delightful porch party
Tuesday morning. Tables were plac
ed on the porch and here tho guests
spent the morning ploying Bunco.
Aftor a number of Interesting games
a rancheen was served on the tables.
Dinner fer.Vfftitor
' Mr. and Mrs. Ransell entertafaed
mosi delightfully on Wednesday ev
ening in honor bf Mrs. Paul Work-,
man of Rick Hill. Covers were laid
for the following guests and a course
dinner was served: Mrs: Workmau.
Miss Leila Bussell. Mrs. C. fi. Burta
Mrs. Minnie Milford, Mrs. Corrio
Patrick. Mr. and Wm. J. E. Brea
seale, UH. A. G. Fretwell snd Mrs.
Mortimer McCoWn.
A Paresis Peet Pnr?j
' Thc Wesley Phttatbea class of th*
8t. John's Methodist church ba vet
.uni out invitations to friends asking.
them to assist them in a parcels poet]
party on Friday afternoon and even
ing. These packages will be con
tributed by different ones, and sold I
tor 10 cents without anyone knowing I
just what is in them, but they are as
sured that all will contain articles I
worth the money J Cream and cake]
will be served.
Aid Society of Ht. John's
The Ladles' Aid Society of St.
Johns Methodist church will meet on!
Monday afternoon at 5 o'clock at the]
church.
Wilson Memorial Hospital Plans,
The first meeting of the KUen Axson
Wilson Memorial Association was
held during past week in Rome, Ga.
Many of the members were girlhood
friends of Mrs. Woodrow Wilson when
as. Ellen Axson she was a prominent
i i;- H ri ? in the social Hie of this city
In* the Georgia hills. Steps will be
taken toward a permanent memorial.
While plans have been definitely form
ulated. lt ls the concensus of opinion
thal it will tske the form of a hospital
io be callen the Ellen Axson Wilson
Memorial Hospital. All through the
Bprlng and*early summer the citizens
have been planting flowers In every
available place, and tending them with
loving care, it was their wish that the j
Btreets of Rome should be abloom with
lovely flowers during "home coming
week" In October, so thst everywhere I
Mrs. Wilson passed fragrant blossoms
would smile a welcome to the firs',
lady In the land. It was to be a beau
tiful expression of a beautiful Idea.
Now that home coming week ia sol
sadly a thing of the past it IB planned I
to make the hospital a living memo
rial to a beloved woman whose whole
life stood not only for the best' ex
pression of life In the home, but for
the development of the wider interosts
to be found outside the home. It is
generally conceded that the scope of
work td be'accomplished* In a hospital
for the relief or. suffering humanity
Will, prove u far more tasting memo
rial down the years than thc most ex.-.
QUisite statue wrought in marble or
bronze. It is thought by those who
knew Mrs. Wilson* best that this plan
in its full fruition could perhaps have
found its ecko in the heart of the wife
of the president of the United States.
I-Athens Herald.
-:
HAND CONCERT TODAY
First Regiment Band of WLUIamstou
Te Give Excellent Progr?s.
Tie First Regiment band of Wit.
lian 13 ton will give a concert in the
Chautauqua park st Wllllamston 'inn
day afternoon. There will be special
train: over the Piedmont and North
ern and special rates. The following
round trip rates have been offered:
Creen wood 50c; Hodges '.Cc; Shoals!
J?hction i Oe; Donalds ?sc; Hones
Path 25c Anderson 25c; Greenville
35c; Piedmont 20c; Belton 20c; Pelzer
10c; Taylors SO; Chick Sprlnga 50;
Greer 50c; Duncan ?P?;, Tucapau 75c;
Spartauburg ?1.0C.
The .following special program has,
been arranged and ibo First Regiment
band ls considered ono of tho besti<tP
the state. Don't miss this grand con
cert.
Part One.
March-Battleship ConnecMcutt.. ..
-. .. . ii. Fallon
rwo-Step- Peaceful Henry -Kelly
SelecttonsTr-Gems from the Optras
.jj.Berry
Waltz-Selected.
March--LSth Regiment.Fanella
March-Lord Baltimore.. . Fillmore
Part Two."
March-Yankeo Notions.. ..Sanglear
Overture-Three Merry <K) nights..
.t ..Hays
Two-Stop-Peg O'My Heart. : Fischer
March El Cspltao., ..Sousa
Waltz-1 miss You Most ot All
...Mour-'-o
March-Queen of the Surf .". KloUi
Finale-Star Spangled Bannar,..Key
Other selections will be used tn ad
dition to the above list. !
CLEMSON TO RE-OPEN
Will Hsve ISO Men In tue Graduating!
Class of 191.?.
Clemson College, Sept. 4.-Tito lill
is session of Clemson college will be
gin next Week. The cadet majors
captains, and first sergeants will re
port on Monday, Sept. 7; and all the :
other studens will arrive on Tuesday
Se 6th. On Wednesday, Sept. 9, the
'?nty-sac?nd session will begin at
8:30 a. rp. Examinations for tho re
moval of conditions will begin at once.
New students will arrive on Sept 15.
Students in the one-year agricultural
course will begin work on Oct. 1.
There will be the usual number en
tered at Clemson thio fsll. The Senior
class will be the largest ever In the
tollego-about lift. The other class
es are about as usual. The prepara
tory class has boen discontinued.
pvcrytklng ls about ready? for thc
comma of the students. Work on the
additional class rooms in the main
building is being rushed. The bar
racks and dining room ?Te being put
into the best shape possible. Secre
tary R. L. Sweeney of the Y. M. C.
A. is here preparing for the welcome
of Ute students in behalf of the associ
ation. eNarly every member of the
faculty is at hts post.
The work on the big parade ground
which will siso be used for athletic
purposes, is moving along well. The
old football field will be used thia sea
son for athletics.
vhwniw'wL HORTON
Editor of The Inteinageacer:
-Please allow mc space, to shy that
certain rumora have reached me to the
.Sect that that my nome ia bung con
nected with the Dominick, Patten. Ai
ken controversy. I wish to state that
1 am edt ami have not been in say
manner connected with thin.
My race for congress was made ab
solutely on my merits. I Have entered
tho adrice of so,one. I have entered
Into no agreement or combinat ton to
defeat any candidate for congress.
Very truly yours.
JOHN A. HORTON.
Dalton. S. C.. Sept. 5, 1914.
( Pol iUcel Advertisement)
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Andi the correct compounding of them.
Our Prescription Department
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Quality of Drugs.
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"J. fl. Patten
is anonymous advertisement appeared in yestfer
ay's Intelligencer. Would it not have been more manly
and honorable,-for the "Democrats" to have, sighed-.their :
names? Whv strike a man in the (fatter* '?' '' f
The statement, "Patten ir> a native of Boston and? ha*'
never lived in the South," also that he is a "Massachu
setts Republican'Ms absolutely fh?s$ ?
J. H. Patten is a native of Missouri "and the" only
time he ever lived in Boston was while he. was attending
Harvard University. Patten is Ce::c:al r -nisei of Far
mers' Union.
His legal domicile ha;; been Ce'.ton. S. C., since Oct.,
1909, when he married the daughter of Hon. Asbury C.
Latimer, former congressman of the 3rd district and for
mer U. S. Senator of South Carolina.
Doesn't this attack on Mr .Patten show the desper
ate straits of ..Mr. Aikens' friends? %.
U Mr.-;Patten, so liam in .ormedy wrote letters in'be*1;
half of Wdke Smith in his campaign for U. S. w senate'.',
They were wid?jy distributed; throughout Georgia, qiiokeuii
Smith's opponent did not haye the nerve and audacHy*<*o -
call: Mr. -Patten a "Massachusetts Rep?blica?" and 'pro^1
fessionai lobbyist. . .<?,? - ii?irjj
I know that Mr. Patten has many friends through-'
otu* the 3rd district, who will restant this insulting attack
FRED* \\/ DOMINICK!. ?
-:"',. -tv- v.!.: !. . '" .': ^ 1.6 1
M?:*
>4i
S*.JfT
NOW
We ?re not to have any more
Sunday band concert thia tamma?,
nen? thu afternoon.
BUT
Tm fw fide ia delightful a:vd thrsi
there's so much pretty na*? new
to ?ce in North Amleraon.
YOU'LL ENJOY YOUR VISIT,
CONCERT OR NO CONCERT
r Magistrate C. P. Kay ot eBlton was
Iq Anderson yeaterday and wails here
als return as Magistrate tor
?he month of August. During Out an
itra time the caah fines taken tu by Mr>
Kay amounted to 40 ceno* and he says
that the people of bia community are
most certainly improving from a moral
standpoint

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