Not ordinary Millinery
hough! at a bargain
price hut the very new
est shapes out - just the
same you'll see when
you make a trip to the
"big town" though not
"big town" prices.
We's lots of pretty shapes all trimmed up
prettily, ready for you to put right on.
You'll find 'em becoming as can be. Some
new Felt Hats too.
You know it's a mighty hard job to beat this
good store for good merchandise.
Moore- Wilson Co.
THE BANK ACCOUNT
Is the first step towards success.
Makes you independent.
Protects your family in emergencies.
Gives vou standing in the community,
ls an ever present help in time of need.
Start one with us at once.
Interest paid on deposits. ?
FARMERS & MERCHANTS BANK
FARMERS LOAN & TRUST CO.
Empire Musical Comedy Co. Presents
BY SPECIAL REQUEST THEY WILL REPEAT
A Double Black Face Comedy.
Extra Special: Ibra Dixion, a local boy,
ramed hear and far as a Female Impersona
tor will put on a Song and Dance act.
Movies for Today
'GOD IS LOVE"-Two Reel Reliance Drama.
. FATTY AND MABEL VIEWING THE WORLD'S
FAIR" ? Keystone 51 f roam of a Comedy.
TOTAL OF $20,075 HAS BEEN \
SUBSCRIBED TO DATE
Have Contributed So Far-Strong
Efforts to be Put Forth To
day to Get Balance.
Thc teams In charge of the furn-I
palen to raise funds with which to!
nay off (hp Indebtedness on St. John's
Methodist church arc gradually but
surely d. awing near Un- goal, the total !
amount subscribed to date being $20,
Efforts will bo redoubled today to
raho tin- balance necessary to make
un u ?tun sufficiently larne to pay off
the entire indebtedness. TIIP ?et
results of thc campaign will be an
nounccd Sunday morning at St. John's
Metnndlst church and lt ls confident
ly expected that the announcement
thal the full amount has been realized
Will be made.
Last night thc teams nut at the
church and reported thu results of
Ihe day's work, as follows:
Team 1, Addison. :i allures, 4 sub
Team 2, Templeton, IC 1-2 abares,
Team :i, Dugan, tl shares, 2 sub
Team I, (.el?er, G 1-2 shares, 5 sub
Team r.. Marshall, :i shares, :i sub
This makes n total of 20? -'1-4 abare ;
subscribed for to date, representl..:;
contributions of $20,07".. The iotal
number of subscribers lu !*:t ?1-4.
K* ay-Pole Dance and Pound Party
Today the Final
The Hammond school, one of the
moat progressive in the county, held
itu closing exercises yesterday, termi
nating u nina month's sessions.
A Maypole dance will be bold this
afternoon at 6:30 o'clock un the lawn
of Mrs. Pat W. Major's residence, af
ter which there will be ti sociable
and po.?nd party at the school house.
AU patrons und friends nf the
school are cordially invited to attend
butti the function ut Mrs. Major's
and the party ut the school house.
CLASSES KO ft CONTEST
Ad Club Lays Further Flans For
The Anderson Ad flub met Thurs
day night at the chamber of com
merce nt tho cali of the president and
plana fir the fuming window dress
in;: contest wore outlined. Tnls con
test is to be the biggest one that the
club Ima yet attempted and he prizes
are. to be classified. Six prizes are
to bc given tu winners of the different
.lass contests, and u grand prize of a
diver cup' ls to be awarded the win
ner, regardless of class. This cup is
to bu a npi'petu?l one, and ls to be
jlven to the winner of each contest.
His name and the date of the contest
will be engraved and he keeps lt until
the next contest.
The classes aro as follows:
2nd das.;-Drug .-t ires and book
3rd duss-(' loti' 1er s and shoe
4th class-Grocery and hardware
Mh Class-Dry goods, ready to wear
and millinery stores.
Nth class-Electric supply stores.
j Personal I
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Hewlett Sullivan, an old Anderson
boy who ls now making his home at
Una no ko. Va., has come home on ac
count of the serious illness o; bia
brother. Clarence P. Sullivan.
A. H. Stone of Spray, N. C.. was
a visitor in the city yesterday.
C. H. Caldwell, ot Columbus. Ga.,
was In the city yesterday.
R. E. Sparks of the Mountain
Creek section was a visitor in the city
8. M. Jones of th a Plat Rock sec
tlon was a visitor in the city yester
Tor Coughs that "Hang On."
Lingering colds, bronchial coughs,
la grippe colds and similar ailments
that "hang on" until May are likely to
last all summer il not cured. Foley'p
Honey and Tar Compound will allay
Inflammation, clear stopped passages,
relieve distressing discharges at the
source, banish stuffy, wheeay breath
ing and heal and soothe raw nasa) and
bronchial paseagen. It ls prompt In
action; safe and aura. Contains no
opiates. Evana Pharmacy.
i\ - '.. . .'-'-' ' ' . -'."v.;' .
:r Its Goal
OF HEU_C. LIGON
MANY FRIENDS GATHERED
AT HOME OF VENER
WAS 75 YEARS OLD
Real Picnic Dinner Served and
Occasion Was Thoroughly
Enjoyed by All.
There assembled at the home of
lt?-\;. T. i'. Llgon at Townylllo yes
terday about one hundred of blB
i lends to congrat?late him upon th?
lUainnienl of his seventy-tilth birth
lay. lt WHS in thc nature of a mr
; risc party and that very fact mad?;
cit. Kreut gathering more appreciated
by th? uni' In whoso honor they came
together. This matter has been plan
ned for some weeks by the friends of
Itev. Mr. Lig?n and winn the guests
began to pour In at tin? honre, one of
his friends closest to him remarked
that there would be more than a hun
dred present to pay their respects to
ilim on this occasion. Friends and
neighbors, irrespective of denomina
tional utflliutlo'i wore there to show
their appreciation of this honored ser
vant ' f the Master who lias done so
much io- the welfare of the communi
ty in which lie is now setled to pass
the remainder of his davs on earth.
There were several ministers of the
Presbytery nf Piedmont, of which Rev.
.Mr. Lig?n ls a member and represen
tatives from other denominations, pre
sent to wish their brother in <"h lst
.Many happy returns."
Th? re 'Van a real picnic dinner serv
ed and everyone had a very e-ijoyublo
day. After the day had wei! nigh
nassed, feloritatlons were offered and
the buppy party dispersed with "good
wishes" falling from<cvcry Hp. The
sons. Messrs. Rurda I.igon of Town
ville and Lewis Ligo;? of Kooree, and.
(lie only daughter, Mrs. H. R. Har
ris, of Pendleton were present with
their father and his devoted wife,
their mother on this glad occasion.
Pres. ll. ll. johnson, Hock Hill. S. C.
I.rune back is usually due to rheu
matism of the muscles of the back.
Hard working people ure mos\ likely
to suffer from lt. Relief may be bad
by niassuglng the hack with Chamber
lain's Liniment two or three times a
day. Try IL Obtainable everywhere
SUMMER SCHOOL AI
Preparations Under Way for
Starts June 15.
Rock lilli, May 1*1.-Winthrop col
lege is preparing for an unusually
large attendance at her summ*** ses
Jion June 15th lo July 23rd. The
college has been laying in provisions
ind the farm of 114 acres will have
its capacity tested. A recent visit
o the dining room and kitchen
jrought out bte fact that lt is a gi
gantic task to provide for the college
gtrlv? in the regular session, and the
?immer school teachers will demand
is much at present. For the regular
'"?sion in one dav three barrels of
lour are consumed. 540 loaves of
)n'ad are necessary for the day; 125
nouiids of sugar per day. For break
'ost 1,000 eggs must be scrambled to
?lve each student a good helping; six
lushols ot potatoes are peeled In the
'patent" peeler for each meal that
ma potatoes on the menu card; 240
jounds of ham are boiled and sliced
'or one meal; 125 nice fat hens have
o be brought from the college poul
ry plant, dressed aad baked for Sun
lay dinner each week; 25$ pounds
if tender steak from cattle bought
jy the superintendent of the college
'arm. fattened and butchered there
ind brought to the college, is con
lumed at one breakfast. 20 pecks of
;reen peas sre necessary for one din
ier. Lrom 175 to 200 quarts of straw
jerries from the Winthrop college
arm are eaten at one meal in the
lining room, and it takes 50 gallons
>f ice cream made by the electric
roezer to fvrve the Winthrop college
ttudents one time. . This ls for 870
>eople who eat three times per day
n the Winthrop college dining hall,
ind nearly the same amount ls plan
ked for each day of the summer
ch o ol .
They Are "0 Tears Old.
"For some time past my wife and
nyself wore troubled with kldnej
rouble." writes T. B. Carpenter, Kar
lsburg, Pa. "We suffered rheumatic
winn all through the body. The first
ew doses of Foley Kidney Pills re
leved us. After taking five bottles
?tween ua we are entirety cured. AI
hough we are both In the seventies
re are as vigorous as we were 30
ears aga" Foley Kidney Pills stop
leep disturbing bladder weakaess,
ackache. rheumatism, diastoess,
wollea Joints aad eora muscles.
, ......< . ... -.
-it is the style,
quality and appear
ance of our suits at
that persuades so many men
to wear them.
-The service they yield
proves the soundness of
FOR YOUNG MEN
very English models
with patch pockets
and roll fronts
FOR OLDER MEN
models, but up-t?
dr.te in style
Of course we have a won
derful showing of splendid
models in new fabrics and
styles at from
$10.00 to $25.00
BUT notice especially our sul+s at
PARKER ?? BOLT
The One Price Clothiers
I've never known a dog to wag
II?H tall in glee he didn't feel,
Not quit lila old-time friend, lo tag
At some more influential heel.
The yellowest eur I ever knew.
Waa, to the boy who loved him, true.
I've never known a dog to show
Halfway devotion to bia t ri .-mi ;
TO aoek u ki'ider man to know.
Or richer, but unto the end
Thu humblest dog I e- er knew
Waa, to the man who loved him, true.
I've never known a dog to fake
Affection for a present gain
A false display of love to make,
Some little favor to attain.
I've never known n Prince or Spot
That seemed to be what he was
Out I have known a dog to fight
With all his strength lo shield a
And. whether wrong or whrather right,
To stick with him until the end.
And I have known a dog to lick
The hand of him that men would
And I have known a dog to bear
Starvation's pangs from day to day
With him who had been glad to share '
His bread and meat along tho way.
Mo dog. however mean or rude.
Is guilty nf ingratitude.
The dog ls listed with the dumb.
No vpice he bas to speak his creed.
rib. messages to humans come
By faithful conduct; and by creed
rle shows, as seldom mortals do,
A high Ideal of being true.
-American Field. .
Pocket periscope for Use 1B the :
With a nrw pocket periscope that
ins just b ion brought out in Eng- ?
and it ls pot .Ible for a soldier to
ook over the parapet of the trench !
rtthout exposing himself to the dre j
if the enemy. The periscope ia sim
ile in construction, conststing only
if two mirrors connected by a col
ap8ible framework. Doth mirrors are
Ixcd to tho framework at an agle of
5 degrees. When the framework ls
ixtended and the upper mirror Ja
alaed above the trench, the view ls
?fleeted by the upper mirror down to
he lower one, which reflects the light
ays horizontally to the eyes of the
ibserver. The Jone Popular Me
t?anles magasine containa a picture
f the device.
THE* MW WELL SERVICE
COMPANY, IN REAR OF THE
MAXWELL BUILDING ON THE
?QUARE IS NOW READY AND.
PREPARED TO SERVE THF.
UBUC WITH GASOLINE
?REASE AND OILS. YOU CAN
INTER FROM EITHER PEO
?LES, OR BENSON STREETS. I
"THE FIFTH MAN"
A Thrilling 3 Reel Feature.
"BRONCHO BILLY AND THE BABY"
"LOVE WILL OUT"
VI digraph Comedy.
"HE GAVE HIM A MILLION"
OPEN 1:30 P.M. 6 ZIG REELS
. "Thc Lily of the Valley"-Selig
A three part Selig drama that'? great.
A two reel feature with Francis Ford and Grace Conerd.
"Cy Perkins in the City of Delusion"-Joker.
Heme comedy with Erale Hhellds.
ALL CONTEST TICKETS -HONORED AT BOX OFFICE
6 BIG REELS-Sc and 10c
Good Music Universal Service
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