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Thu college association will moot
Tuesday afternoon at 4 o'clock at tho
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Horton, Mina
Hertha Cashin aaa Mr. Charlie Font
leavo today for Atlanta. They wy!
make the trip in Mr. Horton's car
ov?r tho automobile highway. - ^
Miss Bessie Bell Shalon has return
ed from a visit to lier sister, Mrs.;
Adam Fisher In Charlotte, N. C.
Master Adam and little Miss Sara
Fisher accompanied her homo.
I). A. it. Meeting.
A delightfully pleasant meeting of.
I ho D. A. ll. chapter was held cn Mon
day afternoon with Mrs. J. R. Van-,
.'iver at her lovel* homo "Bunny
Mrs. Vandiver, the regent, presided
and. several matters, of business were,
dlscttriBcd and disposed of.
Thc following interesting program:
van then given: Piano solo, Mrs.
.".tecle. A paper describing the early !
religious history of Anderson county
was read by Mrs. Rufus Burriss. Mrs.
('hester Plant road a poem by Kipling,
"Thc Last of tho Light Brigade.'.' A
Hstorlcal paper was read by Mrs. Jt?
P. Johnstone. Tho Fast number of the
program was a sweet solo by Miss
Mab Bonham. ,
During the social half hour Mrs:
Vandiver served her guests with a !
dalcF.)*, -al ul course ending n very
Miss Bessie Majors went to HoncA
Path yesterday afternoon to spend tho
week-end with friends.
Mrs. Humbert Entertains.
Mrs. John B. Humbert delightfully ?
entertained a few friends on Tuesday i
afternoon at a Rook' party.' Her prct- <
ty homo was unusually attractive on '
thu occasion, bright with beautiful !
chrysanthemums and cut flowers. i
After several morry gamea the .tar i
hies wore cleared and tho guests ?
served an elegant salad course. Among <
?hose present wera: Mesdames Davo <
Beatty, Walter Beatty, Claud Earlo. 1
Clarence Brock.. W. H. Nardin,. T. E. i
llbward, J. W? Speake, Fu 11er -Wat- i
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Ul. ' g
Our determination io
merit has been justified
That the ladies of As
? -_1 1_
called on to supply such
We get just this clac s ?
are even lower than in i
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Specially priced S 12.5o, $43,5?
$.6.00, $i 8.00, $22.20, $25.00
Specially priced $4*98, $6.00
$10.d?, $?2.50, 1615.00.
tio.oo hats ii7.5o
*8.oo hat* ?6.00.
$5ff00 hats $3.7$
$4.00 hats $3.00
HRS. W. A. RUDGKNS, Editor, Thone
son, Minnie Milford, J. I. Brownlee,,
J. M, Evans, Misses Bessie Major j
Bonnio Orr, Irene and Clara Osborne.
Shower For MJHH Anderson, *
The rogular October meeting of i
the Junior Philathea class of the!
First Presbyterian church was held)
oh Monday afternoon with Mrs. Pay-1
mond Fr et well at her pretty home on.
Franklin street These ladies plan-!
ned to make it a! surprise shower for!
Miss Annie Anderson one of their]
most faithful members, who will be
married on November 4 to Dr. Pruitt]
And right charmingly did thc/ carry I
but their plans. All gathered prompt-1
ly at 4 o'clock and with a r^v? . ?nvlt-1
ed friends were soon busy (irising
the doliH for the doll bazaar they ex- ?
pect to have some time. soon. Whllo?
happily busy in this way tile door,
wa# thrown Open and to tho sweet
Strains of tho weddiug march a dear
little bride and groom in dainty ar
ray, entered carrying a hugo bouquet:
of chrysanthemums, showered with'
dainty artic) 38 in heart shaped hags,
and. presented :t to the bride-elect.
The little couple were Master Sam
Fre^well and little Miss Harriot Hol
man. Just behind came tho little
maid of honor;, little' Miss Elizabeth
Burrlss, bearing a basket also filled
with presents for the bride. After en
joying 'her gifts the bride stood on
tho landing on the stairs and threw
her bouquet to be caught, by tho one
fate intended for tho next Junior
Philathea bride. Miss Florido Harris
waa the fortunato "catcher."
Mrs. Fret well served her guests
with an elegant ealsd course, hot
Foils and coffee.
Rose HUI Afternoon.
Tho first of a series of charming oc
casions to bo given by tho Rose Hill
club was held on Monday afternoon,
which was card afternoon at the club.]
Several tables were formed and *he;
sames .wore unusually pleasant and
Interesting. At G:20 quito a number
at gentlemen and other ladles came
mt and at 7 o'clock a delightful hot
supper was served In a pleasantly in
formal manner, after which tho even
ing was spent in dancing by sotno'l
ind play tog cards by* o then?. ' The ?
.how only goods of high
iderson and vicinity apj
amply proven this fail, fi
? a demand for superior q
af merchandise, and the ]
the larger cities.
?M"-1 lui" ,- ;
members of thc club platt to have the
carri afternoons followed br bot sup
pers every two weeks on Tuesday and
they promise to bo very popular oc
Never was the Halloween Idea more
effectively and delightfully carried out
than po Friday.. evening when Blas
ters Martin Neely and Pst Sullivan
entertained, their friends .at a Hallo
ween party at the home of the former
oh River street. The house was most
effectively decorated with pictures of
black oats, witches and pumpkins all
over the walla. Weird looking pump
kins shod a red glow over thc scene,
while the guests were robed either
as a ghost. or witch. Some of thc
coutumes wore splendid and as they
rac red around either in uncanny si
lence or speaking in deep supuchral
voice, it was a source of unlimited
fun and amusement.
One ghost read a thrilling ghost
story while a black robed witch serv
ed hot broth from a large red pot.)
In one corner In a tent hid by autumn
leaves another old witch told for
tunes. Later In. the evening the j
guests unmasked and a delicious |
sweet course wag served.
. In Honor of .Mfrs. Oelsberg.
Mrs. Harry Geisberg, Anderson's I
latest bride, was the charming honor |
guest on Friday afternoon when Mrs.
Harleston Barton entertained 12 of
tho. young married set at an elegant
four course luncheon. The Halloween
ider. was carried out in the decora
tip'is and place, cards, while manyi
candles shed the* -nt radiance over]
all. Assisting ? l~rton in her du
ties aa hostess \ "lases Nell Bar
ton and Vina Pat.! The other
guests were:. Meeda-. ss Keith Pro
vost, T. L. Ccly. - Louis Horton, MO
Lean, O. B. Green, Jim Craig, F. E.
Todd, Levis Sanders, Joe Fr elwell
and Frank Reed.
Mrs. Kin ard the Honor Guest.
The largest affair on the week's so-1
ciel, calendar Was the reception on I
Friday afternoon given by Mrs. G. W
Chambers anil0- Mrs. A. L. Smothers
at. the homo of the former, in honor I
quality and superior
ireciate the best in
or never have we been
uality as We have this
trices we put on them
?cially price*I $5.98, $9.00,
2.CO, ?13.50 z~i ?f $.00..
oo, $6.00 and ito 00
V', . ' ? yt?l"? .
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B htost inrj>ort?nt fnctor in
ry Ififly's appearance ig the very
inddtion to her entire crat?fn?
eorsot. Then whv hesitate f
xners ftu?t ?*roof ia the corset
soire your areas worries.
I of? Mrs. J. P. Kinara.
MI-H. Kinard ia tho wife of Dr. J. P
Kimmi, the baw bead of Anderem
coliego and thi* waa Bira. Kinard'<
first introduction to the ladies of An
deriion. The front of the house had
all been thrown together and beaut i
lilly1 decorated With autumn leave:
Mrs. VT. H. Nardin, Mrs. J. M. Pag
et, an \ Mre. W. W. Sullivan met th(
guests at the door. In thc receiving
line were the two hostesses, theil
honor guest, Mrs C S. Sullivan, Mrs
II. H. watkins, Mrs. H. S. Llgon, Mrs
John F. Vines. Mrs Prue Clinkscales
From tho receiving line the guesti
were taken into the dining room l>:
Mrs. Henry Frierson, Mrs. J. S. Arch
! er and Mrs. Lula Hlllhouse. Here th?
decorations were especatlly pretty
I soff red light being used most effect
ivoly, with a suggestion here ant
thors of the Halloween n* aaon.
The following young ladles, all for
j mer musical pupils of Prof. and Mrs
I Clinkscales, served: Misses Neill?
Pruitt, Annie Bell Dean, Hath Hem
bree, Pal Dean, Lois Wells, Fatb
I Wells, Agatha Spellman and Mrs. Ed.
Kinsey. During the afternoon Mlssci
Helen Little, Laurie Smothers, Elea
nor Sargent .Tressa McCants and Ma
de Edmonds, also .music pupils ol
Mi's. Chambers, furnished music
About SOO ladlee called during the af
Two of the pre-nutlal entertain
ments given in honor of MIBS Mary
Hodges were the bridge. parties given
by Misses Antoinette Thomson and
.Katherine Link on Thursday and
Saturday afternoons respectively.
A pretty home wedding was solem
nised on Tuesday evening, October
87. 1914, at 8:30 at the. homo of Mr.
j and Mrs. i Jessie Calvert Ellis, when
I their niece, Miss Mary Olllam Hodges
was married to Dr. William Oeorgr
Harper, the Rev. Sid! Brown Harper
ot Charleston, brother of tho groom
assisted by Rev.. S. O. Canley, offici
ating, the ring ceremony being used
Only the relatives and few intimate
friends were present. Immediately af
i ter the marriage a reception was held
attended- oy u large number of friends
The brido and groom left on the mid
night tram for a bridal trip, and ex
pect to be at home on North Main
street, to their friends on their return.
The attractive homo was a scene of
beauty in its decorations of green and
white. Southern smilax was fes
tooned along the picture moulding,
doors, and windows in - an effective
manner, and bowls of gorgeous white
Chrysanthemums and; i numberless
lighted tapers gave a beautiful fin
ish. The chandeliers and candelabra
were decorated In smilax and greer
abd white tulle.
Before "the-1 ceremony I 'Miss Lenore
Neville Long sang tn sweet strains
"All For Yod," "You.'', and ' --Dawn."
and played Lohengrin's "Bridal
Chorus'* as assignai for the npproud:
of the hour, and played softly during
too ceremony going into xaenaei
ssohn's as a recessional.
This wedding waa unique and or
iginal in conception and beautiful lb
design, being .in tableau. Tho bridal
i*?? ?y wats arranged in a circular set
ting on a carpet of white about thc
Improvised altar In the back parlor
whon the folding doors ^were thrown
open by Messrs. B. s. -aud F. C.
Hbdges, uncles of the bride, and in the
brilliant glow, of tho lights and tapers
a beautiful scene was presented. Tho
following were the attendants: Mrsj
Clarence Osborne; sister of the ?groom,
dame pf honor, handsome in modish
gown of gro?n charmeuse with shadow
lace,1 carrying ata armful of white car
nations; Dr. Janies - Harper, brother
ot tbs srbom, host maa- Misc Kather
ine Link, in white crepe meteor car
rying white carnations, with Mr. L
W. Seel; Miss Antoinette Thomson,'
in1 white crepe fcieteor, carrying white
carnations, with Mr. W. F. Marshall.
The bride and groom stood between
two pedestals on which were crystal
vases of white chrysanthemums where
the ceremony was performed. The
bride's girlish beauty waa enhanced
by a gown of Duchess satin with Prin
cess lace trimmings, court-train, crepe
chiffon overdress,' veli arranged in
Juliette cap fashion from orange
blossoms, carrying a regulation bou
quet 'of bride's roses and valley li
At the reception Miss lionise Mc
Dlll and Mr. Frank E. Harrison. Jr.,
usberca the guests into the living
room where the receiving Hue stood
consisting of the bridal party. Mr.
and Mrs. J. C. Ellis, Mr. abd Mrs. ft
B. Hodges, and Rev. S. B. Harper
From hero the guests were ushered
Into the dining room by Misses Long
aid Maggie Latimer, where cream and
cann lu colore-wotto and green
weis served by Mhtees Mary Klugfa.
i Maty Lawson Link; Mary Queries
$& Mary Aiken, Mary Smith, Joe
D?Pre, and Virginia Aiken. White
land green mints were served by little
Josephine Bardwell; Adair Aiken, El
la Hodges, and Claudia Osborne.
lose assisting in entertaining
were: Dr. and Mrs. P. B. Speed, Mr.
sad Mrs. T. F. Barnwell, Hon. and
Wyatt Aiken, Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
Rev. and Mrs. S. O. Caat&y. Mr.
Mrs, P. S. Hodges. Miss Mamie
m Smith, Mrs. J. A. Harris, Mrs. L
Dantzler. Dr. H. K. Aiken-and Mr.
One of the taoet attractive parts ot
thc house was the bread frobt veranda
which was enclosed nhill canvas bil?
Itsntly lighted, abd decorated with pot
where paech was served by
Ada McMillan,; Fannie Harris
Otto Bristow and H. H.
In tho library many beautiful
presents were displayed.
The out-of-town guests were: Rev
S. rr. Harper. Charleston; Dr. H. K
Aiken, Laurens; Mr. and Mre, V; ?>
Hodges, Roanoke,' Ala.; M?ssjw: Sam
Harper. W. ?V Marshall, Mrs. Clar
ence Osborne and Miss Claudia Ot
borne of Anderson; Dr. Jame* Harpev
aid Mr. L. W. Seal, Belton: Mira, J
F. Hodges. Mr. and Mri. B. S. Hodges
M? 'Un, ft & SWiff v* ?i?tjvf
f ... --^
and Miss Lenore Neville Long of Due
The bride le one of tho most popu
lar young women of the (.tty, cordial
lu manner, and beautiful In character
and ber many friends wish tor her
much happiness. The groom has boen
a resident of Abbeville for a number
ot years being connected with Speed's
drug store as pharmacist, and is a
young man of fine character.
Mrs. .J Wyatt Aiken entertained !
Wednesday tho 21st with a kitchen
shower for her cousin, Miss Mary
Gilliam Hodges. Mrs. Aiken served
a delicious salad course to her 35 j
Dr. - end Mrs.W. G. Harper will re
turn from their wedding trip Sunday
and will be the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Clarence Osborne a few days |
before going to Abbeville.
The Dixie chapter, U. D. C., will|
meet on Thursday afternoon with Mrs.
D. A. Ledbetter at S o'clock at her !
home on the Boulevard. ThlB will be|
tho annual election of officers.
Quite an unique end delightful par
ty was given yesterday afternoon by
Miss Annabel Dean and Mrs. John
Neely nt the home of the latter on
River street. I? keeping with the
Halloween season the walls were cov
ered vith pictures of black?, cats,
witches and hobgoblins. Beautiful
sprays of autumn leaves wero every
where, while tho rooms were darken
ed and red lights made n soft glow
everywhere. A short time after the
ladles gathered a messenger boy came
with a letter for Mrs. Neely and amid
intense excitement she opened lt.
Pinding it written in unknown figures
she appealed to the ladt'-, present to
help her out. None could so one sug
gested they ask the witch, and led the
wa/ into P. darkened roora. Here sit
ting by her tent in long block robes
and high hat eat the witch, who at
their- request read the following an
'Mrs. Lawrence Dean announce the
engagement of her daughter. Pal, to
Mr. John Glenn, the wedding to take
place November 24."
This came as a pleasant surprise to
all present and the pretty bride-elect
received many sincere congratulations
and good wishes. The guests were
I then taken into tho dining room and
(here a delicious two course menu
was served. About 15 ladles were,]
present, moat of them friends and rel
atives of the bride-elect. Mr. Olenn
ls the son of Hon. W. H. Glenn of the
Mrs. T>. H. Pant ot Union has boon
spending some time here as the guest
bf her daughters, Mrs. Malcolm Mc
Pall and Mrs. Will Pant.
. "Little Folks Entertain."
The little folks had their share of
Halloween parties in two given yea
v Master Jim, Jr., the six year old
son ot air. and Mrs. jas. H. craig,
celebrated hts'birthday with 40 little
friends. Witches* and ghosts" arc par
< icularly interesting to little folks and
they fully enjoyed this happy occa
sion and left whining their young hos
tess many happy returns of the day
Little Miss Burris* Entertains.
Mr. C. O. Burris' pretty home on
North Main' street was the ?e<?n<? of
?mother Halloween party when his
voting daughter,. Miss Louiso Burriss
entertained in honor of her ninth
hlrthday. About 60 little folks were
iiceaeut, with plenty of ghosts and
witches. A fortune teller proved a
. puree or great pleasure to the child
ren. A sweet course was served and
each child giv??i little cundy hearts,
ach bearing inscriptions. Small pa
ipr black cats were the appropriate
Miss Calhoun te Wed.
Mr. ind Mrs. John C. Calhoun of
New York announced at a dinner at
their-. house the engagement of their
daughter, Miss Julia J. Calhoun, tb
aron E. de Na gell, Attache of the
legation of the Netherlands in Wash
ington. Miss Calhoun was Introduc
ed here several years ago. She ls the
great-granddaaghter of John C- Cal
houn, the distinguished statesman
Tiaren de Nagell is a son of Baron W.
do Nagell, of Bornezelt, Holland. He
liss been attached to the diplomatic
service of Holland for five years; hav
lng served three years in Pt king be-1
fore coming to Washington ? year
ago. K?? sister is the wife of Mr. Lo
renz. Consul General of Holland in
Denmark. The Wedding Will take
Cr. ".~r.k E. I i ar: ? ??n of Abbov'l'e
waa here this week the guest ot his
elster, Mts. J* G. cunningham.
Another Bel'rttfnl Party.
Another delightful Halloween par
ty for the younger society set waa
-Wen last night'by little Miss Lucia
Sullivan, Masters Pat Sullivan and
rdkrrtin Neely at the home or Mr. W.
W. Sullivan. It was a happy and
merry set of spooks and witches that
fathered in the beautifully decorated
parlors, where bright autumn leavse
And Jack o* lanterns, made a moat
attractive decoration: Soveral. hours
were very happily spent, Mrs: Sulli
van serving a delicious Sweet course.
The color scheme of yellow and white
being prettily carried pdt.
Halloween at C??ese.
Th? campus at the ?diego was un
usually wierd looking last night when
ali the college spirits grew festive in
ibo early evening by tho moonlight.
At d&ner the senior Clase who alt,
rt the- "Sr. -. table, . presided over hy |
two touchers, -caused the lights to be
tamed off Sfter the rest of thc school
seated at tables, and filed In as
ts. hearing jack o' lanterns and
_"j<n*eted at their table which was
I 'ially decorated in the ?yinbo.s -of the
sooft ?fter mw, vTv*r w *?;
There ls nothing more sui1
cost than a topaz ring for a peri
an exceptionally nice assortment
er gentlemen or ladies, priced fr
eluding the entire faculty and the
president's family, masked as ghosts
and congregated on the athletic held,
led by a clown end two witches.
There had been placed and lighted a
tremendous, jolly bonfire in the cen
ter of the field, with several largo
Jack o' lanterns. As the spirits danc
ed and circled around the glowing Arc,
real spooky feelings crept up and
down many spines. Revelry ran high
for perhaps a half hour when up;
dashed the entire fire dopartmont, fol-j
lowed by the usual number of auto-!
mobiles attendant upon Uros.. Thu
ghosts enjoyed chasing them off the
After these earthy Intruders were
dispersed, the ghoBts reassembled
around the fast dying embers, where
they listened to stories of other spir
its of other days, and tho refresh
ments provided by thoughtful human?. I
Thus passed Halloween at Anderson |
Miss Alva GI vin of Alabama, who is]
teacher af science at Greenville Fe
male college, ls the guest of Mlss|
Wakefield at the college for the wcok
Recital at College.
Mr. Witt B. Macualay, one of her I
sons of' whom Anderson ls Justly |
proud, gavo a cello recital at the col
lege Friday evening under the aus
pices of the College association, and
delighted his audience. He i sa young
artist who promises a bright future in
bis chosen profession of music, and
will add another to the number ot
prominent musicians who call Ander
Hts program was a good one with
excellent tasto In both the arrange
ment and choice of selections, and
each number was beautifully render
ed: The first number, tho Boellmann
Variations Symphohlques was very
difficult and Mr. Macualay Interpreted
lt In good stylo and with musical un
derstanding. The Elegy by Faun and i
others of tho slow', quiet pieces, were)
mirtUilU.lw ?. 1...... I ?. ... ?hC .11 - ~ '
having very beautiful tono effects. The
program ended with tho brilliant
Scher go by Von G oe nr.
Every one was Impressed with the
earnoataoas end temperament so evi
dent in tho voting man. who is with
out doubt gonuinoly musical.
O o* o o o o ooo o'
o AT THE CHURCHES o
First Baptist Charca,
. 9:45- Teachers Prayer Vervice, C.
M. Faithful leading.
9.65. Opening Hymn.'
First Hantlet Church.
9.45. Teachers Prayor Service C.
M. Faithful leading.
99.55. Opening Hymn.
10:00. Oponlng exercise. T. Allen
Prayer Rev Rico.
Scripture, ladies vs. gentlemen.
Assembling of classos.
Closing exorcises, A. L. Smothers
Announcements ana remarks.
Prayer, Col. J. N. Brown.
11.30. Public worship. Sermon by
the pastor, Jno. F. Vinos. Subject :
'Feed My Lambs.
3.00. Royal Ambassador's meet
lng, Charles Sullivan, Jr., leader.
6.3?. . Baptist Young Peoples
Union, C. B. Earle, President. Sub
loci: "God's Providence ir: Human
The public ls cordially invited to
attend and worship with us in ail
At St. Joseph's Catholic Church
! Services at 8t Joseph's Catholic
:hurch on Sunday. Feast of all Saints
Sunday school 10 a. m. Mass and ser
rice ll a. m. Monday. Alt Souls Day,
Mass 8 am. Confession before Mass.
Rev. E. A. Duff will officiate.
le Rev. J. H. Olbboney, rector
?ono 835, services for Sunday, Nov.
1st All Saints' Day, 10.15 a m. Bun
j Why not try os, wc have the 1
table for a present of moderate
;on born in November. Wc have
of topaz rings suitable for cith
oni ?3.5o to $15.00.
ks & Babb
day school 10.30 Tho Blblo Class;
11.30, Tho Holy Eucharist and Sermon
-4.30 p. m. Choral Evening Prayer
and Bcrmon Wednesday, 4.30 p. m.
Evoning prayer. Tho Guild will meet
with Mrs. Baylis C. Maxwell at 4 p.
m. on Monday. Tho Woman's Auxil
iary will moot at the roctotry on Wed
nesday at 3.30 p. m. f
Thc First Presbyterian Charca.
Tho servlcos at tho First Prosby
torion church1 tomorrow will bo held
nt tho usual hours: Sabbath school
nt 10 o'clock, under the direction of
tho superintendent. Mr. E. W. Brown.
Thoro will bo preaching at 11.30 and
7.30. A very cordial invitation ta ex
tended to tho public to make thia
their regular placo of worsh?o. Ushers
will meet and band t? .m a hymn
Central Presbyterian Church.
.North Main street. Sunday. Nov. 1st
Sunday School at 10 o'clock. Preach
ing at 11.30, the service to bo con
ducted by ono of thev letting A. R. P
proachcrs. Preaching at 7.30, subject:
"Boldness tn Religion." R. Wifher
apoon Dodge, pastor.
BL John's Methodist Episcopal China
J?hn W.* Spcake, pastor Sunday
school at 10 o'clock. O. M. Heard
suporlntendont. Preaching by the pas
tor at 11.30 a m. and at 7.80 p. ml
We are in the closing weeks of tho
conference year . The loyalty and lovo
of our people are at the test. Wo es
pecially desire that every service bavo
the enthusiastic support of the mem
bership and congregation.
Services at Christian Church.
The services at the Christian
church on S vu day will be at the usual
hours. Bible school at 10.30. The
ovenlng sorvico will be at 7.30. All
cordially invited to attend these sor
At Toxaway Methodist Church.
The Sunday school ot Toxaway
Mothodist church will bo on "unday "
afternoon at 8 o'clock, and a prc ach
iny/? enrice immouuuoiy ?ivar ou min y
school. Tho committee on finances uro
askod to meet the pastor after this
service. All aro roquosted to bo pre
sent, and to bring sorno ono who is
not in tho habit of attending cliutch
sorvlcos. ' . *
W. T. Belvia, pastor.
Services at .Orr'Mill.
Tho services at Orrvillo Methodist
church on Sunday will bo as follow!:
Sunday school at 10 o'clock, ax
morning service at ll:4P, evening
B?FviC? ul 7.3?.
At ?. E. r. Cearch xqsugni
There will bo service* at the A. R.
Pl church tonight at 7.80 o'clock
Rev. W. A. MavAalay, of SpaxUa
burg, will preach.. A cordial invita
tion extended to dil.
Cnthollc Services. .
St Joseph's Catholic church ser
vices aro announced aa follows:
Sunday,-November 1 will be the feast
af all saints. There will be high mass
and sermon at ll a. m.
Monday, November 2 will be all
souls day. Mass will be celebrated at
8 p. m. preceded by confessions.
The public IS invited to assist at
Iho services in the church where they
will always receive n cordial welcome.
Rev. E. A. D-ff will officiate,
Wesley Phllathea Class ta Meet
The Wesley Pbllathee class of tho
Si John's church will meet on Tues
day afternoon at 4 o'clock with Mrs.
Thanksgiving day will soon bo
around again and every year there are
some Kind fr?enffs In this section who
desire to make ? thanksgiving otter
ing to the Thorn well Orphanage, Ia
fact, I have already hid aeveral ot
these friends to ask toe lt I Would, as
usual, re^etre and-forward their of
rerlngs to the Orphanage this month.
I desire to announce that -I may he
seen on the streets almost every day
with the contribution Hst In my pock
it, and I WI? take itfee??w tnreceiv
ing and forwarding any sum that may
be given me. for .tho orphanage. There
are now more than three hundred in
mates Of this grand institution, and
the cry ot hard times has greatly de
creased its receipts. Give me your con
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