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Junior Missionary Society.
The Junior MisBlonury Society met
on Monday afternoon willi Mitts
France? Anderson, on Calhoun street.
Mountain work wus th<- study for
the afternoon and several very lin?*
papers on the different phase? of tho
work were renl hy Miss Kathleen
Norryce,, Miss Floride Harris, .Mi;;s
Jeau Harris, aud Miss Frances An
After the progrutn u dainty menu
The Guild of Grace Episcopal
church will meet with Mrs. Italph
Ramer on Thursday afternoon nt half
Treasurer of \V. M. I'. Societies of
Saluda A woeful ion.
I trust tina you all arc receiving
larg*- contributions for home mill'
Itev. \V. ll. Wilkins our Stat?' secre
tary. Informs me (bat if the faithful
women reach the 113,000 which they
have planned as their part of tin
year's home mission work, that it
looks now as if our State would Bur
pass Us Bplendld r?'< ord of last year.
Wouldn't that be a glorious victory
for this year? Buch a triumph would
thrill the hearts of thousands of tim
fuithrul cy-workara over our Stat?'
and in other Stales." May Saluda
not fall short in her gifts, so gather
all the t;lfls possibly and send in a 11
We do not care to announce now, what
we will have next week; except this, that we
want you to come Monday and we will show
TUESDAY-We will have in addition to
the Musical Comedy Co., an
For your entertainment.
The Palmetto Theatre will continue, as
before-to give the greatest show for the
money, that's possible.
We run the cream of Mutual Service when
it comes to Comedies.
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Getting What You Pay For
The money you spend for clothes is good
money; you are right in expecting certain sat
isfaction in returns for it. You'll want de
pendable quality as a mattet of course.
You'll want garments that are comfortable
and well flitted.
And-what is particularly important-You
will want Correct and becoming style.
You will find all these features embodied in
our garments With the added attraction of
moderate prices-For instance
A Few Coat Suits 14 Off
A Few Dresses 14 Off
A Special in Crepe de
Chine Shirt Waists
?er eighteen new and pretty Crepe de
Ctihie shirt waists that sold regularly for
$2.50, at only $1.95. White and Flesh. Sizes
34 to 40
Opened yesterday some very swell Silk
Dresses, every one a beauty, priced up to
?38.50. A mighty good store for good clothes.
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MOORE WILSON CO.
The Daylight Store
money to Miss Kin? Immediately.
MKS. E. W. MASTERS.
Tho regular meeting of tho Royal
Ambassador!! wa? hold on last Hun
day afternoon. Thin la a live organ
ization and u splendid, program was
given on "Ambassadors for christ."
I The following boys made talks on dlf
[ feront phases of the subject: Jimmy
Daniel. Karie Daniel, Toni Camj/beil
and Frank Duckworth. Tho program
, was closed by a talk from the Chief
Councellor Chas. S. Sullivan, Jr., and
lit ls needless to add that this wan
; lo lpful and much enjoyed.
MUS. YY. A. HCDGENS, Editor
Mr. and .Mrs. lt. W. Trlbble wish to
announce the engagement of their
daughter, Eva, to Mr. Janies Clark
| Pressley, the wedding to take place
I tm tho evening of une loth 1910.
Catcechee Chapter, D. A. lt. will
nu et ?ni Monday afternoon at live
o'clock with .Mrs. J. H. Vandiver on
.South McDuIhe street.
Mrs. E. J. Denn ia of Piuopolis and
Miss L. 'i'. Rembert of Ilendersonvllle,
N. C., ure visiting Mrs. C. C. Sayre.
The Dixie Chapter U. I). C. will
meet on Tuesday afternoon at four
o'clock with Mrs. James R. Ander
son, at her surburban home; just east
of town. All who wish to go, aro
asked to go out on the ?1:30 Uiver
Btreet car, and arrangements will be
made for automobiles to meet thom.
Mrs. Clyde Cobb of .Shelby and Mrs.
Cobb of Helton visited Mrs. Charlie
Cobb during the past week.
Mts. Ii. B. Allen bas gone to Bir
mingham to spend a month with her
daughter, Mrs. Arthur J. Speer.
Mr. and Mrs. Stockton Cobb Hud
son of Fortsonla,, Ga., anrounce the
engagement of their daughter. Emma
Belle, to Mr. Harry Winburn Jones,
of Anderson, S. C. The marriage to
occur in June.
Leave for Panama Today.
Mr. und Mrs. Lucius Webb will
leave for their home In Panama, niter
a visit of several weeks to ?helr par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Sloan, ami
.Mr. Charlo:-. Webb. They will spend
several days in Washington and Now
York, before sailing. Mr. Webb has
a position in the clerical department.
Tho young girls of the domestic
science class of thu West Market
Btreet school, under the direction of
Miss Georgia Marshall, served an
elegant luncheon on Wednesday, to
the Grammnm school teachers, of the
West Market street school. These
young girls have been trained and
taught by Miss Marshall and the
greatest credit ls due both teacher
and piipils for the splendid affair on
Wednesday. It would have been a
credit to experienced house keepers.
Beautiful Little Sewing Party.
The first of a delightful series of
little Informal sewing parties to be
given by Mrs. Louis Horton, was
given yesterday afternoon at her at
tractive bungalow in College Heights.
Each lady enme with her knitting
or sewing and several very pleasant
and happy hours were spent, after
which tho hostess assisted by Mrs.
T. I.. Cely served an elegant salad
course. Mrs. Horton's guests for the
afternoon were. Mesdames Irvlf?
Brownlee, Ah tur Holman, Raymond
Fretwell, B. B. Hart, Julian Clink
Hcalos, F. . Felkel, Jake Sullivan. W.
H. Nardin. Jr., Q. F. Johnson, J. L.
Trlbble, Jr.. E. R. Horton. R. R. King,
and Misses Nelle and Lydia Bewley.
Cen. and Mrs. M. Ii. Bonham and
Mrs. J. R. Vondiver returned yester
day from a week's visit to Columbia.
Announcement of Murringo.
Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Wardlaw' Hen
derson, have issued cards announc
ing thc marriage of their sister. Miss
Bessio Laura Jones, to Mr. Yawrcnce
Sidney Thompson on Saturday the
24th of April. 1915. Charlotte, North
Carolina. At home, after May first
at Rocky Mount, N. C.
MrB. E. W. Harper of Lowndesville
ls with her daughter for a fortnight
out at the "Whfte Way Farm" of Mr.
T. S. Allen.
Mr. Joel iqeys of Darlington. S. C.,
is visiting at the home of his niece,
Mrs. T. S. Allen.
M!B Ella Nickles of Greenwood ls
.?..pending the week-end with Mrs. T.
Mrs, Prince F.entertalns.
Mrs. 8. L. Prince entertained a few
friends yesterday afternoon at her
home tn North Anderson, at a charm
ing llttio Informal affair. During the
nftdrnoon. which was especially pleas
ant the charming hostess served a de
lightful salad course.
1Iam*r?ffd 'School Asordatlon.
." Tho Hammond School Association
held a delightfully pleasant meeting
on Friday afternoon with Mrs. Theo
Watson at her attractive country
home. Mis Janie Carlington met with
the ladies, and there was an unus
ually large number of Indien present.
Tho meeting was very Interesting. Dr.
Breeden was present by request and
gave tho ladies a splendid talk on
sanitation In the 1-^mcs. Light rr.
tiubuments were served.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Sowers and chil
dren Of Atlanta, art visiting at tho
home of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Bleich.
Mrs. 10. D. Pierce and little son,'
Dilly Pierce of Greenville ara visit
ing a; the home of Mrs. Pierce's par
We Could Preach a Sermon on Shoes
The Text Would Be, "Fit" "Sty/e," "Wear" and "Pr*
We carn a line that for range of styles and prices cannot be equaled in this county, li all the people in town knew as
much about our shoes as we do, wc would sell all the people in town. And for this coming' week we have named prices on up
to-the-minute shoes that cannot be duplicated, much less bea ten, quality and style considered.
47 pairs Ladies Humps and Oxfords
made by Ut/. & Dun Co., worth SJ,
$3.S? and S I, on sale for, a pair
Silk Hose for Women, slightly imperfect
but evceedingly good values. White
and blacks, on "sale for, per pair
A NEW LOT Sand Top, Patent Vamp rumps for Ladles, Louis
Hoel, on sale for.$3.00
PATENT KIDNEY HEEL PUMPS, .Medium Weight Sole with
White Insert Ornament, worth $3, on sale for.$2.50
LADIES" PATENT LEATHER. Welt Pumps with stylish heel
and made for a thick foot, worth $3.50, on sale for.$2.0.?
"CHIN CHIN" PUMPS tn Patent and Dull, two Bars with a two
button. A good litter and a swell looker. Advertised in some
cities for $5, on sale for.$3,50
Baby Dolls, Colonials, Dull metal buck
less. (Jun metals and Patents, worth
S3, on sale for
Cloth Tops for Men. Gun' metal and
Tans, with tops of Covert Cloth, the
height of style, on sale for
White Canvas "baby Dolls"-low heels
and round toe-worth $1.50; on sale
for 'it ?I
WHITE CANVAS RUBBER SOLES Tor Miases and Women, Red
Rubber Sewed and Blucher Cut, on snle for ,.$l.f>0
RUBBER SOLES FOR MEN, in Tan. Can be half soled. A $5
value, on sale for...$1.00
BAREFOOT SANDALS and Play Shoes. The beBt shapes and
patterns to be had and all solid leather. CO cents to ...$2.00
WELT OXFORDS for Men in Tan and Black, worth $3.50 hore.
on sale for.$3.00
CHILDREN SOX with plain and colored tops. 10-and 15 cont^
values here. 4 flairs on sale for.'.?i.'.c
Come In And Let Us Show You Our Stock, Then, If We Can't Please You, Don't Buy.
Geisherg Bros. Company
Masonic Temple-"Shoes That Satisfy"
?.nts, .Arr. and Mrs. W. A. Chapman.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Pr?vost have
?one to Russells to spend the week
Mrs. J. J. Baker' of Richmond ls vis
iting Mr. and Mrs. Prank Cray ton.
Mrs. Baker made Anderson her.home
for many years, and her friends are
lellghted to have her here again.
Slate Annual Meeting of Civic Assn
The Civic Association will l hold
heir annual State meeting in Ben
lettsville this week. Mrs. O. L. Mar
in, Mrs. C. S. Sullivan and Mrs.
Rufus Fant will possibly attend from
\nderson. The Civic will extend an
nvitation to the State Association to
?old their 19H> meeting in Anderson.
* AT THE CHURCHES o
First Presbyterian Church.
The services at the First Presbyte
rian church tomo'roW will be held at
.ho following hours: Sabbath school
it 10 o'clock under the superinten
dency of Mr. E. "W. Brown. The pas
tor will preach at 11:30 and 8 8'clock.
\ very cordial Invitation IS extended
to the public to worship here? Ush
ers will meet strangers at the door,
show them to seats and give them
tiymn books. "Come thou with us
und we will do-, thee .good."
First Baptist Church.
9:45-Teachers* prayer service.
10-Sabbath school. Dr. A. L.
11:30-Public worship. Sermon by.
the pastor, Rev. John F. Vines. Sub
loot: "Covering Life's Best."
4-Y. AV. A. meeting. Subject: ' The
Indian." An interesting' program has
been prepared and the presence, of
avery girl is desired ut this meet
4-Meeting of the sunbeams. Sub
ject: "Christ Getting Into Japan."
Leader. Mrs. R. R. King.
7- Teachers' meeting.
8- Public worship. Sermon hy the
pastor. Subject: "Facing the Weat"
7- Teachers' meeting. .
8- Prayer and praise service. Prof.
a At. Faithful wilt lead the meeting
and thia insures something' worth
while. Let all the members o/ the
church try to be present and make
thia meeting the vital part- of church
life lt should be.
The public is cordially lasted to
be present and worship with vs at
sll these services.
Om nie Baptist Chare*.
Sabbath school at 10:00 a. m. fi.
M Wood, superintendent. Public wor
ship at ll:t5 a. m. Y. W. A.faceting
st 3:00 p. ra. Evening service ht 7:30
p. m. Pastor Herman." . W: 'Stone
rVeaching at both hours. Public cor
dially invited to worship with us.
Entertains Harneas and Ph Hat li eas.
Rev and Mrs. Herman W. Stone,
will entertain the Barara and Phil
athea classes of Orrville Baptist
church, this evening at the parson
age. An interesting program has
been arranged for this social gather
No services Sunday, except Sunday
school at 10:30 a. m. Pastor is out
of city. Regular services will be
held first Sunday in May. J. T. Black
St. Joseph's Catholic Church.
Third Sunday after Easter. Sunday
school 10 a. m. Mass and Berman ll
a. m. Rosary and Benediction 4:30
p. m. Mass, Monday 7:30. Visitors
always welcome. ,
Services at St John's Methodist.
$t- John's Methodist church. John
W. Speake, pastor. Sunday school at
10 o'clock. O. M. Heard, .^superintend
ent. Preaching at ll a. tn. by the prc
will be no night services. Spe
cial music for morning.- "Hark, Hark
My Soul."-Shelby. Sung by Mrs.
MacDonald and Mrs. Cely. For even
ing solo-Selected-Mrs. MacDonald.
A' cordial greeting given all visi
Rev. J. H. GIbboney, rector. Phone .
835. Services for the Third ?Sunday
after Easter, April 25th. Holy Eu
charist at 8:00 a. m. Sunday school
at 10:15 a. m. Morning prayer and
sermon at 11:30 a. m. Even Song
and sermon at 4:30 p. m. The ves
try will meet ia- the office' of Gen.
Bonham on Monday afternoon at
Associated Reformed Charch. !
Sabbath achool at 10:30 a.1 m. Sub
ject: "How the Man Who Trusta In
Equipment Falls Beforq the man Who
Trust tn God." 1 Sato. 17:38-51
Preaching nt 11:30 a. m. and at 8 p.
m. . Any who will join us in these
services shall he welcome
Nejar York Korket.
Open high low close
May...10.2? 10.29 10.21 10.
Julv.10.53 10.53 10.48 10.4?9
Oct.10.85 10,83 lO.'iv* iU.82
Doc.11.00 11.00 10,94 10.?tl
Jan..ll. 01 11.01 10.94 11.00
Mark?! Closed Steady.
NEW YORK, April 2*.-Cotton
opened steady at an advance of 3 to
4 pointa. In response to ateady cables
and bullish reviews of domestic
goods market. ? The weather map
showed leas rain In the southwest and
th? market became unsettled shortly
after opening under renewed realiz
ing. The market, howevfcr. later
steadied and the. close waa Mt that
Wedding at Due West, i
Miss Lucy Kelly and Mr. Albert i
Dickson were married December 28,
1914, by Rev. Dr. Pressly at lils resi
dent at Due West.
Mr. Dickson ls a young man of ster
ling worth and holds an important
position with tho Southern Extract
Co., at Pelzer, S. C. Mrs. Dickson
is the accomplished daughter of Mrs.
J. J. Kelly of Cheddar. She was
teaching school at Cheddar and de
voted to her work and the you^g cou
ple deeded to keep their marriage a
secret until school closed before nn
?ouncnient. Now, as school hus clos
sd they have surprised their many
'riends, making it known.
Mr. and Mrs. Dickson arc on a
short trip to Kershaw tc visit the
bride's uncle, after which they wilt
lie at home at Pelzer.
John liuet. of Providence; C. II.
Taylor, of Now Orleans, and J. D.
Ward, of Chicago, all jewelry drum
mers, were in the city yesterday call
ing on local dealers.
The Right Corset
#ny figure !
But it MUST BE FITTED
In the famous
7 Fr?oL& Say .
ure offer you a Corset that
is the RIGHT Corset in
every sense of the word!
Fitted by our expert Cor
setLere*, they sure improving
all types of figures !,
Special values at
$3.50, $5.00, $7.50
Perfect Fittings by Expert Corsetierei
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