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The Vital Question About Clothes
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T^HE true test of a suit is measured by its "staying qualities."
Many Suits will make a good "first impression/' but in ac
tual service they wither like the autumn vine.
What you want is clothes that may be depended upon to give lasting
satisfaction, clothes that will hold their shape, retain their freshness-that
will "stand up and deliver" real service.
Are the kind of clothes referred to above. They are the clothes we are talking about. y
Have you been to 'his store to see the new woolens? A big line at very small prices is being displayed, and there are many others cost
ing more, but all worth the money.
Now, remember that you come here and we take your measurements, you select the cir.th and we make the suit, guaranteeing fit and
satisfaction in every particular, and you pay us no more than ready-to-wear and inferior clothes colt. We have a wide range of patterns
as low as $12.75. We can surely supply what you wr.nt. ,
Isr<*t it to Your Interest to Come Here?
THE COLUMBIA TAILORING CO.
122 W. Whittier St.,
Anderson, S. C.
The Palm Beach
Season Has A rriv?d
At last, and you will want one of these
attractive and serviceable suits. We
give you a durable Palm ?each suit made
to your measure, with any suit at $15.75
"The Lost Chord"
A sensational 3 reel feature in which MARIA CARMI has
the leading part. .
One thousand feet of fun.
Children don't forset the flies-kill 25 and get a free
ADMISSION 5c and 10c
X O D A. "V
"The New Exploits of Elaine"
"Pathe News Pictures"
"Col. Heeza Liar"
Pathe Cartoon Comedy
This . Is an unusually good day's program) ea ?ll Pathe.
Prices Aa Always Sc and 10c
Paramount Motto: "The tram m small things, fee same
j ns in larga/* < V' ^
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GREAT THRONG OF PEOPLE
WERE ON HAND FOR SEC
OND DAY'S SESSION
Chicora College Question Will
Be Brought Before the
The second day of the spring meet
lng ot Piedmont Presbytery, ia session !
ut Varenaes church, was given over
yeoCerday largely to the celebration
cf the centennial ot this historic
church. Several hundred people
from all sectionue of tho county, iu
eluding the city ot Anderson, were
present and a most enjoyable day was
The address of the day was deliv
ered by the Rev. W. ll. Mills, of
Clemson College, who spoke ou "The
Country Church the Center of the
Social Life of the Community." The
address was a masterful one and was
thoroughly enjoyed by the largo con
Next of Interest and importance on
the program was the reading nf the
history of Varennea church by lluling
Elder M. A. Thompson. This was
followed by a paper entitled "Remin
iscences of 20 Years Pus tora to at
Varennea Church," by the Rev. H.
C. Fernlee, of Lowndes ville.
So lelightful wero all three ad
dresses the Presbytery by unanimous
vote decided to have them put In per
The greater part of the morning
session waa taken up with the con
atdlug ot reporta from the' various
churches aud the referring of various
natters to the proper committees.
Davidson Kilter Cp.
An Interesting matter which carno
up during the day was the discussion
of .tho advisability of the iou th Car
olina Presbyteries giving up their pri
vilege of electing trait?es ot Davidson
College, North Carolina, and devoting
til of their Interests to the State
Presbyterian College. Tho question
arose when tho matter nf electing a
successor to the late Dr. F>. F. Sm.itn.
of Easley. on thc board of trustees of
Davidson. After c very spirited debate
cn the matter. Piedmont Presbytery
decided to retain thia privilege, add
elected Mr. W. C. 8mlth, brother of
Dr. R. ?. Smith, to the vacancy.
Address Called Off.
Owing to threatening weather ooh*
dltiona. it waa decided to postpone
the sermon? ot the occasion, which was
to have been delivered laat night at
8 o'cclock. by the Rev. J. W. Vin
son. 01 Sherman, Texas. The sermon
will be delivered this morning.
A pleasant feature ot tho day's aea
sion was the bountiful picnic dinner
served by tho good housewives ot the
One of the most important natters
to be brought before the Presbytery
v.jdoy will be that of tho Chicora Col
lege proposition, lt ?s uu.!ora'4>od
that a proposition "will be presented
from the town of Clinton recommend
ing that both ute Greenville property
and the property recently acquired, in
Columbia be sold and th? college mov
ed to Clinton. As generally known,
Chicora College was- recently tender
ed th? property of the Colio?e rcr Wo
men in C otumbia, valOed at -tome ?-00,
000. on condition the Oreen ville insti
tution assume the tndob*-:dn?s.; of the
Institution, amounting to HOMO $-00,
It ls reliably reported that the
town of Clinton wm offer n site end
I $50,000 for tho removal of Ch'cnra
to that town. It fs understood Cia*,
there is a vfery strong sentiment In
Piedmont Presbytery lor live moving
ot the college to Clinton, for the rea
ooa that the 'Presbyterian, college for
young men ls already there and it Is
believed there are certain advantages
.to be had from concentrating the edu
cational institutions of. tije denomina
tion In one place, insofar J s ls prac
22,000 DEAD FLIES
8LAYE0J A DAY
This Number of Pesie Were De
livered to The Anderson
Polly 20.000 files met their death
yesterday as a result of the announce
ment by the management of The An
derson theatre that each cchlld da
lyering at the box off?co ?ar many as 35.
dead flies would be given a free tick
et to the picture show.
lt ia estimated by the management
,of the theatre that between 400 and
500 children were admitted to the
show as a result ot the fly crussde.
It will be seen that If each 26 o( the
20.000 files brought to the box office
bad. admitted a child, there would
have been 800 admissions. Bat some
ot the youngsters. brought more than
35 of the pests. In tact, one little
.fellow brought 201 flies, while anoth
er came In with 109.
. Just what the killing of 20,000 tiles
at this time ; jeans in tho way of
cutting down tht number .ot flics that
wonld have beeb ?xl?tui* Ifttf* in the
season it impossible of crVtilatlon,
but it ls saff to say tbat "JUM y mil
lions oi ;Ud pesta have thus bt-en
Ft:?ERAL MRS. HUTCHINSON
Large Cuhcuarse o' Sorrowing Friends
Faid Their Respect to Noble
.The funeral servies? ot Mrs. An
nie Elizabeth Hutchinson, who died
early yesterday morning, at her home
on North Mata street, wera beld yes
terday afternoon at t o'clock at the
residence, conducted by the Rev. John
P. Vines, pastor of tba First Baptist
church, of which sba was a devoted
member, and the Rev. O. I* Martin.
Interment was at 8?lver Brook ceme
Mrs. Hutchinson ,was ene of the
most highly esteemed women abd on?
ot the most consecrated Christisns ia
tho county, and her death la ? great
loss to the community. A large num
ber of sorrowing friend? were present
to nay their respecta to this nobie
woman. The floral offerings were
numerous ?nd exquisite, attesting tko
love- and esterna Ha wntets she wa?
neta, . ?J~_
Has Something Up His Sleeve
That WU1 Make Publia Sit Up
and Take Notice.
Manager A. M. Pinkston of the Pa!
rnetto Theatre returned last night
from a two-days' trip to Atlanta und
other points, where he went in thc
interest of his show.
Asked Inst night for a statement.
Mr. Pinkston said, "You may say that
I have just returned from a trip to
Atlanta, where I went in the inter
ests of my amusement house, and that
I have got something on tho string
that v iii make the theatre-going pub
lic of Anderson sit up and take no
tice. Tell the public just to watch
the newspapers for my advertise
Mr. Pinkston has been putting, in
especially creditable sboWu ut his
playhouse lately, and each week there
is an Improvement In Ute' class of the
show presented. That he has some
thing coming to bis playhouse that
will make the theatre-going public
"sit up and take notice" will be ' of
keenest interest to his hundred? Of
regular patrons and the general pub
lic aa well throughout the city.
Ask Receivership for. Read.
TOPEKA. Kan., April 28.-Petitions
for receivership and an accounting
of the affaira of the Kansas City. Mex-'
ico & Orient Railway were flied, here
today by William Volker, of Kansas
City, against the I'nited States &
Mexican'Trust Company of Alabama.
YOUR BOWELS IF
Tonight! Clean your bowels and
end Headaches, Golda,
Sour Stomach. "
Oet a 10-cent box.
T*ut aside-Just o*.ee-the
Salts, Pills. Castor Oil or Purgative
Water:, which mer ly force a- pas
sageway through the bowels, but do
not thoroughly cleanse, freshen and
purify these drainage organs, and
have no effect whatever upon the liver'
Keep your "Insides" pure and fresh
with Casca rets, whl-h thoroughly
cleanse ute Stomach, remove the un
digested, sour food and foul gaaes,
take the excess bile from the liver
aaa carry out of the system ?.!? the
constipated waste metter and poisons
In the bowels.
A Ca?caret tonight will make you
feel great by morning. They work
while you bleep-never gripe, sicken,
and cost only 10 cents a box from your
druggist Millions of men and women
take a Cas ca ret now and then and
never have Headache, Biliousness,
Severe Colds, Indigestion, Sour Stom
ach or Constipated Bowels. Cascareis
belong in every household. Children
Just love t? take thom.
' Today's Program .
Al Williams Musical Comedy Company
"At The Junction"
Movies for Today
"In The Sunlight"
A Two Reel Drama , **
"Settled at the Sea Shore"
One of those Screamingly Funny Keystone Comodies.
'We run the cream' of the Mutual Service when it comes
McCormick Improved Binders
The world's standard for lightness of draught,; ease 6? operation
and perfect^ of--workhianship.
tf you wartt the BEST buy ' >\\ * ?\i
THE MCCORMICK, I V *
Suman Mardie Co.
Anderson, Greenville, Belton*