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Win not make your Easter selec
tions at o ni ice where there's no ques
tion about them being correct. This
good store offers you a world of pret
ty things, from expensive Readv-to
wear and Millinery to the lowly priced
Novelties. Not a day passes but what
we show something new and all of
next week everything will seem just a
little newer than what you've seen be
fore. We've made extra preparations
to take care of your hurry orders. In
Beautiful Millinery you'll certainly
find our offerings attractive in style, v
becominguess and price. Also a beau
tiful supply of Ready-to-wear which
includes an excellent Kite of Shirt
Waists at $ 1.00 to $ 10.00. Of course
we have all the small articles that are
so necessary for a complete Easter
outfit. , If you come early you'll get
first choice. S ) I f A A ' .
y Moore-Wrilson Co.
'The Daylight Store. 1
109 1-2 E. Whittier St. Anderson, S. C.
FILLING, CROWN AND BRIDGE SPECIALTY ,
EXPERT ON EXTRACTING
Either way, asleep or wide awake; v
One of tho best n the State.
With The Chi
SM?-lunary S?del) .
Tile ladies missionary society of
tb? K?r?t Presbyterian church will
meet on Monday aftemoou at four
O'clook with Mrs. W. H. Frazer.
I gg Hunt.
The ?iris of tho Primary Phllathca
Cluse will ha vi? an ogg hunt on Friday
afternoon, in Ute yard of Hie Kimi
Presbyterian, for the benefit of the
(anta Monday Night.
The beautiful cantata. "The Cruci
fixion." which waa given nt Hie Bpi?-j
copal church on Friday evening will j
bo repeated <m .Monday evening at the '
St. Johns Method isl church und a
hil VIT offering will be taken np.
Hu-ie ai Kirsti Presbyterian Church.
Tho organist or ibo First Presby
terian church, M TB . Charlea Spearman
hu.t arranged special features tor the
services In that church on Sunday,
in tho morning Mra. .lames Craig will
bing a soli . and lhere will be a rc
sppnsu after tho sermon by tim choir,
and ut the cvk-ning Service, Mr.
Horsfall will play a violin solo, and
.Mins lion nie Orr. of Charlotte, will
king. All have a cordial invitation to
MIsjil mary Society.
The quarterly business meeting of
tlio Woman's Missionary Society ni
tho First Kaptist church was held on
hist -Monday afternoon. At this time
o AT THE CHURCHES o
J. T. Black, pustor. Services to
morrow as follows: Bible school ul
10.-::<> a. Preaching and commun -
ioin at 11:30 a. m. Preaching at 8
o'clock p. m. Subject for morning
sermon: "Self Control." Evening:
"The Judgment.'' All invited to
worbhip with us.
Itev. J. K. Gihboney, rector. Phone
83f>. Services for. Palm Sunday. 10:16,
a. m. Sunday scho-ol. 11:30 a. m. thc
Holy Eucharist and sermon. 4:30 p.
m. Choral Even Sons and sermon.
Monday 10:00 a. m. Holy Eucharist.
4:00 p. m. Evening prayer and ad
dress. Tuesday 10:00 a. ni. Holy Eu
charist. 4:00 p. m. Evening prayer
and address. Wednesday 10:00 a/ m.
Holy Eucharist. Maundy Thursday
10:00 a, m. Holy Eucharist. 8:00 p. m.
Evening prayer. x?ood Friday 10:30
Morning prayer and sermon, 12:30 p.
ca. Three hours service. 4:30 p. m.
Children's service. Easter Even 10:00
n. m. Holy Eucharist. 4:00 p. m. Ev
On Maundy Thursday evening the j
story ol tho Cross will be sung. Tho
public is cordially invited to the ser
vices during Holy Week.
St. Joseph's Catholic Church.
Palm Sunday. Sunday school : 0 a.
m. Solemn Blessing of Palms. Mass
and beading of tho Passion 10:30- a.
m. Rosary and Benediction 4:30 p.
m.. Mass Monday 7:30 a. m. Stations j
of the Cross and-Sermon on the as
cension Good Friday 7:30. All invit
ed to assist at these services.
First Presbyterian Church;
The services at the First Presby
terian church tomorrow, will be held
ne follows: Sabbath school at 10!
o'clock under the direction ot Mr. E.1
W. Brown, the superlntendbnt. The J
pastor. Rey. W. H. Frazer, D. D., will
preach at 11:30 and 8 o'clock. A very
cordial Invitation IH extended to the
public to make' (his thi\r regular
place nt won?:.;,? Polite ushers wljl
meet you at th? door, show, you to a
sent and hand .ou a hyrr/i book.
.Uso claie Refoncsd Presbyterian.
Sorvlces at this chinch on Sunday
will be, Sabbath school at 10:30
o'clock, and preaching In the morning
at ll :30. Thc evening services- will be.
at 7:30. Rev. C. M. Garrison, pastor.
All have al? invitation to attend these
Central Presbyterian Chnrck.
Sunday school at 10:15 o'clock.
Morning service at 11:30. Every
member fs especially requested to
attend this service, as there will be a
congregational meeting at the close
of the- service. Evening service at
Special music. In the morning, solo
by Miss Nell Smith: "O* Thon Re
deemer." Ai this evening service, an
anthem by some of the Anderson col
We cordially Invite you to warship
A special meeting ot the session af
ter the Sunday school, hour.
First Baptist Church.
Teachers prayer meeting at 9:45.
Sabbath school at 10:00. Dr. A. L.
Smothers, supt. Public worship al
11:30. Sermon by Dr. E. M. Poteat.
Meeting of the Sunbeams at 3:30.
Subject: 'Prayer/' Mrs. R, R.
King, leader. Y. W. A. meeting at
4:00. Subject: "The New Patrolt
1nm." The ' Minston Study class
which has just ended was a success
in every way, and it is earnestly do
aired that every girl will come this
afternoon with renewed energy. Miss
Annie Cooley, leader. B. Y. P. U.
meeting at 5:45. Subject: "The New
Patriotism." Phbllc worship at 7:45.
sermon by Dr. E. M.. Poteat.
Teachers* meeting at 7:00. Prayer
and praise service at 8:00. Subject:
"The Church a Soul Winning and De
veloping Force." leader, C B. Karlo,
The public ls cordially invited ta
be present and worship svith us at
all these services.
ur ch Women
the year hook? wer?' given to euell
member present, They are beautiful
ly gotten up and an- a credit lo thc
society. In them will be found th*
programs for the year and (lu- names
of those who will tah- part, also the
constitution of the society and the
naine? of thc officers .md committees.
Then too, there are important facts
in lt that each one should know
about mission work of Baptist wo
It was decided ti? celebrate the an
nlvvrsary of the organization ol' tho
local missionary society by au all
!ay meeting on th?' JJt'lli of April. Au
interesting program will !><. prepared
and refresiiniunts acned. All tho wo
men an? asked to k' . ;? this in mind
und help to make i> (he best anni
versary meeting ever held.
Christian (?routh flub.
The Christian Gro'"Ui Club held Us
reiiulai* meeting on .ast Friday. At
this time '.he names of our mission
aries wen- passed an und and each
girl drew one. They arc to lake these
as th< ir special missionaries to make
sc ran books of their lives, and of
their work on the field, to write to
them and to pray for them. We are
sure tills pinn will quicken the mis
sionary interest of the club. The mem
bers decided to have :i sewing party
aeon for th? Baptist Hospital in Co
lumbia. Kaili om- will bring a
pound and after the sewing i? fin
ished Ramos and refreshments will
The Cantata ut SI. John's Monday
The Crucifixion which was given
on Friday evening at Gruie church
will be repeated by special request
in St. Johns' Monday evening prompt
ly ut 8:30 o'clock. There will he a
silver offering received at the door
for missions in South Carolina.
St. John'x Methodist Church.
John W. Speake. pastor. If Jthe
great Sunday school revival which is
on at St. J?hn's reaches thc goa' for
which the school ia fit riving, it will be
because every member is at work in
earnest. Every class has been as
signed a task. Come and see what
Preaching at 11:30 a. m. and at 8
p. m.. by the pastor. Special music
for the morning: Violin solo: "Ave
Maria" Shubert.-Mr. Cooper.
Solo: "The Light of the World"
DeRaven-Sung by Miss Retty Law
. Special for evening: "Violin solo,
Solo: "Lead Kindly Light," Hawley
The night service especially will be
a service ot familiar songs-and evan
gelistic preaching.- -~
A cordial greeting to all who at
Orrrllle Baptist Church.
Sunday, March 27fh. Sunday school
at 10 o'clock a. m., E. M. Wood, sup
erintendent. Pleaching at 11:15 a. m.,
and 7:30 p. m., by the pastor. Rev.
Herman Stone. The public cordially
invited, to worship with us.
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I Personal j
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S. M. Picken i Is spending a few
days with friends In Colombia.
Mi;..-e.; Ethel and Alma Cole of Pen
dleton were among the shoppers in the
W. H. Cochran of. Calhoun was?
among tho visitors in the. city yester
J. O. McCown ot Mountain Creek
spent yesterday in the city.
W. G. Smith of Townvllle was a
visitor in Anderson yesterday.
W. E. Kelley of "Perzer was among
the visitors, in the..'city yesterday.s
L. McPhail of Iva spent yesterday
In the city on busines,.
J. C. Mc Ph a ? oj iva was among
the vlBltora in the city yesterday.
C. L. Watkins. T. L. Watkins ot
Belton were visitors in tho city yes
?Mrs. Wilt Carlisle ot Starr was a
visitor in the cltv yesterday.
J. C. Summers of Pendletonn spent
yesterday In the city.
B. C. Sutherland ls visiting in
Charles Robbins'of Lebanon was in
the city yesterday on business.
H. H. Gray of Pendleton was a vis
itor in the city yesterday.
J. J. McKee of Iva spent yesterday
In the cit y _ on business.
Mrs. J. L. Pettigrew and Mrs.
Esalo Scudday cf Starr were shop
pers tn the city yesterday.
(Mrs.*Carl Herr?n of Hartwell Ga
wa* among the visitors In thc eily
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MES. W. A. HCDUENB, Editor
AN APPROACHING M A Kit I AI;I:
Mr. J. C. Crawford, whose marriage,
o Miss Itesa Check, of Laurens, will
m au interesting social event of
April, was the honor guest at an ele
jant six-course slag dinner tendered
lim lar;t evening by Mr. ti. P. Co
lield. ut the latten'" home* on Hose
Covers were laid for teven. T\;e
guests were principally young men
who hold responsible positions witli
?everal of the cotton mills about An
derson. The guests were Mr. J. C.
['raw-ford, who is connected with the
ilrogon Mills; Mr. C. W. Causey, sup
erintendent of the Brogon Mills; Mr.
J. C. Cosby and Mr. E. XV. Cason, who
?re connected with thc name mill;
Mr. Marion Babb of tho Orr Colton
Mills: und Ur. Brown, who is'conni e i
Gd with the Toxaway Mills; and^L.. M.
'Henti, city editor of The IntelT?gen
Mr. Coflcld, as toastmaster, presid
ed with gi/.cc and dignity. Appro
priate toasts were responded to by
Lb? Kuests and Mr. Crawford, who
lias made numerous friend during his
somptimtively sliort residence In An
derson, was the recipient of hearty
Misses Edith and Mary Sullivan
nf Honen Path spent yeBlerday in
Miss Edith Cross of Henderson, Ky.,
ls tho guest of .Mrs. Phelps Stuseen
DH K .Mcliuffle St.
A ti non ave me nt of Marr hi ire
Tile announcement of tho murringo
Df Mr?. Minnie Dill Sayre and Mr.
?tis Eugene Sweet, on February
27th. at Hartford, Conn., lins been
received hy friends of Mrs. Sayre
here. They have gone for n trip, and
will be at home In Hartford after
May :;.-d.-Daily Mail.
Little Miss Lewellen Hattos enter
tained a number of her little frleuds
at a delightful . little party yesterday
afternoon at her home on Society
Btrcet. lt was the tentli birthday, of
thc lit ?le hostess, and a very merry
and happy occasion it was.
In Honor of Miss Duckett.
Miss Clara Duckett of Clinton, the
charming and attractive guest of Mrs.
J. B. Townsend was Mrs. George
Townsend's honor gue?-.t. ai a .'Might- f
ful little theatre, tarty yes^.Uay af
ternoon nt The Anderson thePtrc, to
see "Tho Spoilers." Thia 'Wonderful
picture lias attracted admiration and
enthusiasm' from hundredr. who have
seen it and was fully enjoyed by Mrs.
After they enjoyed a delicious ice
menu at CarringtonV..
Mrs."Townsend's guest were: Mrs.
J. Bi Townsend, Miss Clara Duckett,
Mrs. Anna Weston, Mrs. J. L.
Sherard. ?Mrs. Joe Evana, Miss Eu
bank Taylor, Miss Louise Humphrey,
Mrs. T.- B. Hunter.
.Mr.;. Joe Cunningham of Green
ville ls visiting Mrs. J. G. Cunning
For the Furmnn Team.
The pretty country 'home of Mr.
and Mrs. Z. C. iBallentine at River
Heights was a scene of hospitality
Friday evening when they entertained
the friends of Messrs. Harper and
Fialp .Ballentio.e, who come over from
Furm?n University for the baseball
game. An elaborate dinner was serv
ed and each cae enjoyed and appre
ciated it very much. The time waa
spent so pleasantly and the time for
the 8:10 car* which carried them
back to Greenville came too quickly.
Each one left declaring that "Ander
son is My Town."
.The following enjoyed Mr. and Mrs.
Bniientine'j- hospitality: Pref. Bible,
Manager Patton. Messrs. ' Gressett,
Hogan, Martin. Mobley, Tinsley, Nel
son, Hughes, Shirley, Wharton, and ;
"Ones* til ri" at Paramount.
Marguerite Clarke will be at the
Paramount on Wednesday In that
charming and attractive little play.
"The Goose Girl."
It will be a benefit performance for
the Senior Phllnthea class of the
First Presbyterian church.
Mrs. F. M. Burnett' and children
returned Friday night from a two
week's visit to relatives in Asheville.
Miss Lydia 8herard of Wllltamston
spent the past week here the guest
of relatives. . **
The Lander club held its regular
monthly meeting with Mrs. J. W.
Trammel on Evan's Btreet. The
president being absent. Mrs. Buch
anan, the vice president, presided.
After a short business ; session the
following program was'carried out:
Mrs. Ramsey read an interesting pa
per on Ba grout h. the home ot. Wag
ner. Then '.Miss Christine 8cott gave
a brilliant musical selection.
Mrs. Major Entertains.
Mrs. Pat Major entertained tue
Hammond School Assocfatirn on Fri
day afternoon, at .her beautiful home;
four miles east of town. This Was
the regulor monthly meeting of the
association, but Instead of. the uae&l
program'Miss Janie -Carlington gave
the ladles a splendid ulk on the dif
ficulties and problems of the women
tn the'country homes. Her talk was
clear and practical, and gave many
valuable suggestions. There wa? a
good attendance of members and tho
meeting a very pleasant one.
Mrs. Msjor served ber guests with
Miss Xah Bonham.
At the business meeting of Camp
Stephen D. Lee in the court house
yesterday the veterans adopted the
Our Easter shipment of this delight
ful confection arrived yesterday. A
is the wish of every girl. Better drop
by and have her assortment reserved.
Delivered Easter Sunday.
Bsbfutions presented by Col. J. C.
tiibltng that all the O. D. C.
hapters in Anderson be requested to
?in the Barnaitl E. Bee chapter in
endletofc in contributing a suitable
'roath to be placed on the monument
t (Icu. Stonewall Jackson to be im
r-ilctj in Richmond during thc Re
?ir? in memory tit Gen. Ben. It li;..;
een suggested, that as Miss Mab r.-.(ti
ara ?3 State'sponsor for the veterans,
lat she be appointed as repres';\ta
ive pf rh ese chapters to place tho
reath on the monument at '.he time
f the unveiling.
from a Visit several days to her
home at Ivit? *
Mrs. J. L. Aull will return to<lay
I from a weeks visit to relatives iu
Mrs. J. E. Watson has returned
Keep Your Rowels Begf lar.
As everyone knowB, the bowels are
the sewerage system of the body, and
it is o?. the, greatest importance that
they move once each Jday. If your
bowels become constipated, take * a
dose of Chamberlain's Tablets - just
after supper und they r ill correct the
disorder. ObtaltjftbAe^ ?Yorjvwhere.
Chisholm, Trowbridge & Suggs
New Theatre Quilling. W. Whittier St.