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All work done quickly,
and satisfaction Guaran
Bejween friends, the true
spirit of Easter is best ex
pressed by some little re
membrance conveying per
sonal thoughtfulness and
good will. *
could be more fitting.
MAKE THE APPOINT
* On the Square
DO IT BETTER.
DO IT QUICKER.
DO IT CHEAPER.
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?i Paint on - yoii.r home ? is - move
necessary than Fire Insurance.
Fires occur ".but seldom,'- but the
weather js working-day and night.
"Guest Sells the Best"
Ah! what relief. No more tired feet;
narmara burnies feet, ?wollen, bed smell
tne, sweety feet.'--Ne more pain in eon?
t'alloua? or bunions. No matter; wael:
ails your feet.
or what under
ir i od vithoui
just UM "TIZ."
out all the poi
tiena which puff
up the feet;
"Tl ?" is mag
ical-, .TIS" ls
gr? nd ; "tlB"
will cure ymir
hint troubles sa
ELABORATE PLANS FOI* - EN
TERTAINMENT OF VIS
And Bishop Guerry Will Attend
and Address the Meet
The South Carolina Sunday School
Association will bring together some
of Ute best talent- in the educational
and religious circles of the State at
their annual convention, which is to
be held at Newberry, April 20-22. With
these prominent speaker* and other
noted workers from Illinois, Alabama.
North Carolina and Georgia, the Asso
ciation is facing one of its most prom
ising annual meetings.
Tlie Convention, which has for its
theme, "Religious Education for all
the people of the State," will b? pre
sided over by Maj. T. T. Hyde of
Charleston, and. the opening adress
will . be given ob the evening of the
20th'by Governor H., I. Manning. Gov
ernor Manning's subject will be "The
Sunday School and Good Citizenship."
The Association is exceedingly for
tunate In securing the Governor for
Bishop Querry will make two ad
dresses on the 21st, which are being
anticipated with much pleasure by
those who have heard him before*, and
Dr. J. Henry Harms, president of the
Newberry College, will nzake an ad
dress at one of the evening sessions.
Leaders of the Sunday School work
tn the different denominations of the
State will be in nttendance and take
a prominent part. Rev. Hugh R. Mur
chison of Lancaster, chairman of the
Sunday School work of the Presbyte
rian Church, Rev. W. H. K. Pendle
ton, chairman of Sunday School Com
mission for the Episcopal Church,
Rev. E. Fulenwider, for the Lutheran
Church. Rev. J. W. Carson, for the
i A. R. P. Church, Rev. T. J. Watts.
Meld secretary for tho Baptist, and
Rev. W. C. Owen, field secretary for
the Methodist, will bring greetings
from their denominations and lend a
hand towards making tho .convention
one of remarkable interest and influ
Mr. J. M. Way, who for a number ol
years was general secretary ot the
Association, will attend.. .Mr- Way is
now Divisional "Field Secretary of the
Methodist Sunday School Board, and
is one of the foremost Sunday School
workers of the South. Other promi
nent workers taking part ore as fol
lows: Mrs. E. C. Cronk of Columbia,
Dr. G. B. Quattlebaum of Conway.
Prof. H. A. Wise of Columbia, Hon.
J. P. McNeill of Morenco. F. M. Bur
nett ot Anderdon, Rev. Asa D. Wat
kins of Spar tan burg, Hon. A. J. Be
thea of Columbia, Charlton DuRant
ol Manning, Prof. T. W. Keltt of New
berry and Miss. Agnes Ravener ot
Spartanbarg and a number -of others.
The afternoon conferences have
been arranged to meet the needs of
the Sunday School teachers In each
department of a well organised Sun
day School. Mrs. S. N. Burts, tho
State Elementar'. Superintendent, will
preside at the two Elementary con
ferences, and has planned a most help
ful program for the elementary teach
ers -of the State. Paul Quattlebaum,
the State Adult Superintendent, has
charge of a conference for thc Adult
Bible Class teachers. Prof. lt. A. Wise,
Secondary Division Superintendent,
will have charge of that conference.
Mrs. E. C. Cronk for those Interested
tn missions, and Mr. S. B. Ereil will
lead the Home Department Confer
ence. Maj. T. T. Hyde will preside at
the Superintendents Conference and
Rev. W. I-f. K. Pendleton at the confer-,
once for county officers and workers.
Prof. Tatterson Wardlaw will have
charge ot tho meeting on Thursday
afternoon when the question of the
educstlonal forces of the State help*
ihg ia provide rellt.ous education will
be discussed. It is expected that this
will be ono of the most interesting
conferences pf the whole convention.
Newberry is making elaborate plans
for the entertainment ot tho delegates.
The Central committee with Rev. E.
Fulenwider as .chairman hi at work
getting ever)-hing in shape for tho
arrival of the BOO delegates expected.
A reepption committee, with Mrs. R.
D. .Wright as chairman, will enter
tain at an afternoon reception in hon
or of the visiting delegates. This will
be a delightful opportunity for the
delegates to become acquainted with
each other, as woll as with the peo*
pie of Newberry.
PUT CREAM IN NOSE
AND STOP 1ATA?RH
Vol feel #n? in a ' few moments.
Your cold in head or catarrh will bo
gone. Your clogged nostrils wfil
open. The air passages of your head
W?U clear and yon can breathe free
ly. No more dullness, neadache; no
hawking, snuffing, muscous discharges
ev dryness; no struggling for breath
Tell your druggist yon want a small
bottle of Ely's Cream Balm. Apply a
little of thia fragrant., antiseptic
cream In your, poeirlls. let it pene
trate throegb. every air pasaage ot
the head; soothe and beal the swol
len, inftamed ra noons membrane, and
r (i r comes instantly.
It i? Just what every. cold and
' rh snn>n?r nepds. Don't ntny
fduffed-ap and miserable.
MBA. If. A. HUDGEN8, Editor
MIBS raby Davenport bas return
ed from Williamston where she spent
the ? Baster holidays with Misses
Syiveno and Lois Mulligan.
Mrs. Ressio Hook of Pendleton is
visiting at thc home of Mrs. O. 13.
?Mrs. T. B. Curt 1 j spent yesterday in
Hr. and Mrs. P. C. Smith of Green
ville nre visiting their daughter, Mrs.
T. L. Cely.
Mrs. Earle Barton, Mrs. Ed. Atkin
son and Miss Carrie Fretwell will
spend today in Greenville.
For Two Charming Visitors.
Mr. and Mrs. S. N. Gilmer entertain
ed at a delghtful little informal dance
on Monday eveniog, in honor of .Mrs
Wilmot Evans of Boston and Mrs.
Genrge Aide of Italy. Mrs. Evan?
waa formerly Miss Sue Krammer and
waa often a very popular visitor to
relatives herc. M ra. Aide is an old
Anderson girl and has many friends
whp are giving her a very cordial
welcome home again.
Mrs. dimer's guests were just a
few friends who were invited in t
very informal and impromptu man
ner tr. meet thesc two charming rli
Itor. The evening was spent duncing.
thc attractive hostess serving dainty
Splendid Meeting Yesterday.
Thc regular monthly meeting of the
Civic Association was held yesterday
afternoon in the parlors of Hotel
Chiquola. There was a good attend
ance of members and an >-ausual
amount of enthusiasm and interest
was shown'. This being the time for
the annual election of officers, thc fol
lowing were elected: Mrs. Rufus Fant,
president; Mrs. Carrie Patrick, vice
president; Mrs. O. L Martin, secre
tary; Miss -Minnie Wilson, treasurer.
There was also a vice president elect
ed for each ward as follows: Ward
1. Mrs. John Davis, Ward 2.- Mrs. Joe
Fretwell, Jr., Ward 3, Mrs. W. R.
Wones, Ward 4, Mrs. C. S. Sullivan,
Ward T>, Mrs. J. W. Qcattlebaum,
Ward 6. Mrs. Lottie Kates.
The delegates to tho State Conven
lion which meets in Bennettsville the
last week in April are Mrs. Carrie
Patrick, and Mri. A. L. Smothers
Mrs. Rufus Fact will attend as a State
officer being First State Vice Peral
It was decided to invite the federa
lion of Women's Clubs to held their
meeting in Anderson next year, and
the city council, and chamber,of com
merce will bo asked to extend an In
vitation in behalf of the city of An
denton. The U. D. C. and D. A. R.
Chapter? will be asked, to cooperate
with the Civic.
Full reports for the plans of .Clean
up weckt April l^th to 24ih wcr^
given and full arrangement mad0 I ?,
mako it a splendid success and vi
great benefit to the city.
A committee waa appointed to con
fer with the paving committee and
request them not. to cut down any of
Andersons beautiful shade tites In
the work pf paving. The meeting was
most successful and a large amount
of work accomplished.
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An entertainment will bc given at
Cheddar school house on next Thurs
day evening, April 8th. beginning
promptly at 8 o'clock. The program
will consist of recitations, dialogues,
and music. Anadmlssion fee cf ten
cents will be charged, the fundB to
bo used for school purposes. We in
vite you to be present.
The many friends of Mi/ , Earle
Bruce and Mr. Miles E. Ellison ?dire
surprised to learn of ?heir marriage
which occurred On last Wodnooday.
March 30th. Tho ceremony waa per
formed at tho residence of Rev. Mt
MCCuen of Peizer,' pastor ot the bride,
after which the wedding patty left In
automobiles for Anderson where they
will make their future home.
Tho bride ls a yoting woman of at
tractive personality and has many
friends tn Cedder who are sorry lo
have her leave.
' : Mr. Ellison, who .now holds a posi
tion with the G. S. & ?. company
formerly lived in Cheddar and is a
young man of sterling worth. '
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Miss Nellie Bowman and".\?r. J. C.
Veal ware married Wednesday, March
31. at IO a. m. and;left immediately
in a car for Anderson where they took
the tratst for jacksonville; Fla., their
tatura borne. - The bride was dressed
In a becoming'.suit of blue clot? with
hat to match. Mro. Vail is a popular
young lady -whose charming pcraon
atity an* lovely deposit tos have mad0
her hosts of friends. Mr. Veal is a
prosperous business mah ct Florida.
Despite , tho weather there were a
number of egg hunte In town Satur
day. Misa Lucy "Powell giving one
to the children of her grade. Mas
ter Wallace Cooley gave one at the
home-of hifc father, Mr. J. D. Cooley
Miift Frances Hoyt Speer and Master
Jack 8oeer entertained twenty of their
little frfcmds at an egg hunt and
Mrs. FAnnln from Washington. Gat,
ls visiting her daughter, Mrs. I. B.
? Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bell and lit
tle daughter of Augusta are spending
a few days with home foi ks.
Mrs. W.. W. Thompson UiX today
j tor Easley to represent the Savannah
Chapter. C. 1?. < . .,? the di .
? TOWNVILLE SCHOOL o
TOWNVILLE, April 6.-All of the
teachers and pupil? of the Townville
school are looking forward with much
pleasure to the field day contests on
April 9. It is hoped that several stu
dents who are now ?lek will be able
to enter the contests on that day.
The excellent work of thc class in
"Payne's Common Words Commonly
Misspelled" continues, on the monthly
test consisting of one hundred and
ten words. Nine students out of the
class of eighteen made sn average of
ninety-nine or' over. The students
making the above marks were Misses
Eunice Sault, Bessie Hanks, Lila
King, Mae Shirley, Katy Thrasher,
Ituby Reeves, Kuna Stevenson and
Mank and Sam Earle.
MJfeiea Mary Bostick. Allie Hell,
and Janet Aiken and Lawrence Falls
of Seneca were guests of Miss Marie
Prof. B. F. Croneley and MIBS Ellis
who are teacher > in the Denver 3chool
visited Townville recently
M ra Mary Farmer of Oreen Pond
visited her mother, Mrs. E. ii. Form
er during thc week-end.
Miss Maggie Garlington spent
Thursday visiting the Townville
school. Teacher-, und pupils receiv
ed many valuable ideas from Miss
C. II. WITT
o XKAI/S CREEK NE IVS o
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Tho Neal's Cree.'1.. W. M. S. will have
their annual quilting for Connie Max
well Orphanage in the school house
OR Saturday. April 10. Members and
all other ladle:, young or old who can
attend are invited. All arc requested
to bring dinner, thread, needles, etc
Mr. and Mrs. Newton Shirley of
Triangle apent tho week-end with Mr.
and Mrs. R. C. Shirley.
Mr. Henry Smith Wno has been
right sick tbls week, was somewhat
Improved at last report. It is hoped
he will soon bc out again.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Holland of
Belton . : rited relatives here recent
ir- w mm
Wc "csret to announce that Neal's
Creek !? without a pastor. Under Rev.
D. W. Hiott's ministry the church
greatly prospered, and the people re
gret to give him up; but his decision
was made aftor prayerful considera
tion, and we are sure the Lord direct
ed his action' in the matter Truly he
wlli be missed among us, not only as
an earnest preacher and faithful pas
tor, but also as a safe leader and dear
friend. He had at heart the interests
of the community at large and labor
ed hard for, community development
along thc spiritual and .moral linos.
The prayers and best wishes of his
many friends will follow him wherev
er he goes, abd we hope he will visit
us whenever opportunity offers.
?Mr. and Mrs. Hurbert ? Pearson ot
Belton spent Sunday with ?he letters
parents. Mr. and Mr*. Charles Cobb.
Rev. J. T. Mann, who recently un
derwent un operation is etil! confin
ed to his room; but his physician says
he is doing as well "aa could be ex
pected and that he will be able to
resume work within a short time
Mrs. J. F. Dunlap and her son; Fred
of Whitefield visited her brother, F.cv.
J. T. Mann, recently.
Rev. H. A. O'Kelloy of Greenville
will preach at Neal's Crock on the
second.Sunday morning at ll o'clock
Mr. O'Kelley Is esid to bo a good
preacher, and we hope a large con
gregation will hear him. >
Prospects arc bright for the recov
ery of Mr. and Mrs. Moffatt Pruitt's
little daughter, who was seriously
burned some three weeks , ago. Dur
ing that ' tlmp it suffered intensely,
and the news that it ls resting easier
will bo received with Joy by many.
Mr. Perry Holland ls adding new
rooms to his residence, and pt uer wise
Miss Russie Kay has returned from
Belton, whcr0 she spent several day a
with relative:; mid friends.
?MRS, J. T. MANN.
Salts if ^Kidneys
Or Bladder Bother
Harmless to nosh Kidneys and
Kidney and -Bladder weakness re
sult from uric acid, says a noted au
thority. The kidneys filter Oils acid
trom the blood and pass it on to the
Madder, Where lt often remains to ir?
ritate and inflame, causing a buming
sensation, or setting dp an irritation
U the neck of the Madder, obliging
rou to seek relief wto br three times
during the night The sufferer is lb
constant dread, the water passes
sometimes with a scalding sensation
sad is very profuse ?gain, there ia
UnlcUty tn avoiding lt
? Bladder weakness, most folks call
lt, because they cant control urina
tion. While it is extremely annoy
ing and sometimes vsry pvtnful. this
ls really one of the mast simple ail
ments to overcome. Get about four
ounces of 7ad Bait? from your phar
macist and take a tablespoonful tn
* glass of water before breakfast,
sottttau? Ulla for two or three days,
rbis will neutralise the acids tn the
atine so it no longer la a source ot
Irritation to the bladder and urinary
?rgana which then act normally
Jod Salts is inexpensive, harmless,
tod is made from tho acid of grapes
ind lemon Juice, combined wil\i l!th ia
tad is used- by thousands of folks
tho are ?abject -to urinary diuordor*
d by uric acid Irritation. Jad
is splendid for kidneys and
no bad effects whatever. ?
Her? yon have a pleasant, efferves
?en UUhla watter dfln't, which quick
ly relieves bladder, trouble.
I IVA NOTES
Dr. J. E. Watson of Anderson wau]
here a few hours Monday ou profcB
Miss Kate Rampcy has returned j
from a short stay with relatives in
Mr. Will J. Evans of Abbeville spent
Sunday at the homo of his brother,
Dr. C. H. Evans.
Dr. D. A. Durri8s and wife were
visitors in Storeville Sunday.
Miss Gertrude Weldin was tho guest |
Saturday and Sunday of Mrs. S. M.
Mr. Ban Sherard bas returned from j
a.business trip.to Abbeville.
Mr. Clyde Bow Jo of Starr was Inj
town a short while Sunday.
Dr. A. L. Smothers of Anderson was |
in town Sunday on professional busi
ness. - .
Mr. H. M. Schumpcrt and family Of j
Gregg Shoals were visitors Sunday at j
the home of Dr. J. D. Wilson.
Mr. Guy Thompson of the Lcbananl
section has been 3pendlug a few days j
at the home of Prof. Cliff D. Cole
man. ? '.^VWlVll
Miss E. T. Jackson spent the week
end with ber parents at Storeville.
Mrs. Jim Britt aud children have re
turned to their homo tn McCormick
after a few days' stay here.with lier
sister. Mrs. W. Frank McGee.
Miss Jennio Widcman, teacher of j
the Varennes school, was tho guest
of friends hero for thc week-end.
At a meeting of tho W. C. T. U. Sat
urday afternoon thc following officers
woro elected: President, Mrs. J. R.
McRec; vice-presidents, Mrs. J. D.
Wilson and Mrs. T. B. Maulden; sec
retary, Miss Kate Sampey, and treas*'
urer, Mrs. Sudlo L. Wright.
Mrs. J. H. Deakin has returned
from a short stay with relatives in
Mr. Clem McGee spent Saturday !
hight abd Sunday with his mother, j
Mrs. Jano McGee.
Messrs. T. J. Buskin and R. S. Sher
ard spent Saturday and Sunday tn
Anderson the guests of Dr. J. E. Wat
Mrs. A. C. Townsend and daughter, I
Misses Lissie and Clava spent Satur
day in Anderson.
Mrs. J. W. Sherard of Abbeville ls I
spending some time at the homo of
her son. Mr. lt. S. Sherard:
Mrs. Nora Bowie of Hartville, Ga.,
was a visitor in town Sunday.
Miss Carrie Smith, who has been
spending the past week with ber sis
ter, Mrs. Cliff D. Coleman, has re
Miss Annie Brown of Anderson
spent a few hours in town Tuesday.
Mr. John Frank Harper of Lavonta
Ga., was the guest ot W. Frank Mc
Yon can get the news while Its nsw
in The Morning Dally Intelligencer.
We have just received another shipment
of these delicious hams, and judging from
previous results, it will be "first come ?first
served." This is the ham that makes that
good old fashioned red gravy ; the kind that
every member of the family enjoys, so-place
your orders early, please.
Anderson Cash Grocery Co.
Flies uro disease carriers
Uve and breed in all kinds of filth
Infect food and drink by germ laden feet
Each t?malo can lay IBO eggs
Screens should be used to keep them out
The Continental Line of
.Represent the best designs, material and con
struction that years of intelligent experience?
have developed. These goods are bought by
us in solid car lots, INSURING their reaching'
us in best possible condition. Come and select
your design before our assortment is badly
GOODS AND PRICES RIGHT.
Sullivan Hardware Cp.
Anderson, 3, C. Belton, S. C.
Chisholm, Trowbridge & Suggs
New Theatre Building. W. - Whittier St. *
Better Light?-Better Business
Study your LIGHTING-that's the first step toward improving trade
it's the store or theatre MORE BRILLIANTLY and suitably
lighted than its competitor that attracts the greatest number of pos
You CAN have better lighting at LOW COST with the big,
These big. gas-filled lamps arc about twice as efficient aB. the smaller MAZDAS in comuibn usc.
Let us give you a FRES demonstration of the new 1000 watt MAZDA, lamp which requires only
10 cents' worth of currant per hour. Requires practically no cleaning or attention. Easily and quickly
Reduction in prices of
Old Price New Price
15 Watt ........'.30 .25
25 Watt....s........:. .30 .25
40 Watt .. ..,. .30 .25
60 Watt.. .. . .. .30 .2S
i oo Watt.6o .55
i5o Watt. $1.00 .90
250 Watt. .... . 1.60 51.40
High Candle Fewer Type.
400 Watt ...?*. 3.75 3.65
SOO Watt. 5.00 4.35
750 Watt ... ... .. . .. 6.00 5.00
Southern Public Utilities