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The Anderson daily intelligencer. (Anderson, S.C.) 1914-1915, August 02, 1914, Section One, Image 8

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Anderson, S. C.
A. P. SPENGE, Pres.
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W. W. POWELL, treas.
ay Paint that Dugan
cks with his paint
lowiedgeip good paint.
Pto Why
Be?|t?^o? Buy
Anderson Paint fi Color
||\ Company.
^Beckley Bldg. Phone 647
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.vi We have a complete and
choice stock to select from.
-Irish P?tytoes, ; String
$eans, Corn, Tomatoes,
Cabbage, Beets, etc.
IVe^, Spring Lamb,
fatten, Native and Wes?
?rn Beef, Live and Dress
2l^a Main.
Sain D? Harper, Mgri
ii?fl'dldate? for county bffl
Mn. C. B. Barle waa the charming
hostess on Tuesday afternoon for the
Palmetto chapter. It was the r?gu
ler July mee tl nt, and there was a
good attendance of members. Mrs. J.
M. Sullivan, Jr., read resolutions on
the death of Mrs. George McConnell,
program was given: Vocal solo, Miss
Rhoda Vandiver; instrumental solo,
Mrs. Charles Spearman vocal solo,
Mrs. W. J. Muid row; recitation hy
Miss Mabel Acker of Atlanta; vocal
sold, Mrs. J. R. Vandiver. During tho
social half hour delicious cream and
cake was served by the hostess, as
sisted by Mrs. Clarence Sullivan and
Miss Rhoda Vandiver.
Mrs. John Sullivan and Mrs. George
Bell Tlmmerman also assisted In en
tertain lng the.gu?Bts.
Mrs. R. J. Ram sr was hostess on
Thursday af torn oe n for a few of her j
friends when she entertained at cardB I
vin honor of Mrs. R. C. McDonald. Her
pretty new home on College Heights
will always be an attractive spot to
her friends and those who were so
fortunate aa to be Invited on Thursday
spent a very delUj/.tful afternoon. Thc
price, a lovely hand painted dish, was
won by Mt'}. Ernest Cochran.. Mrs.
Ramor served her guests with de
lightful cream and'cake. Among'those
present besides the honor guests, Mrs.
McDonald wera Mesdames 8. N. di
mer, E. P. Cochran, J. L. Gray. T. E.
Howard, John Frank, Bond Anderson,
8. R. Parker. C A. Gambrlll, P. K.
McCully, A. 8. Fanner, Alice Sykes,
Misses Rampey and Margaret Evans.
, A charming affair on the.week's so
cial program was given on Thursday
evening by Miss Frances Trlbble in
honor of. minn raino auu fiuBS Edith
OOSBCtt. ? J
i The instrumental music by Misa
Rhoda Vandiver and the songs by
Miss Anna Tribble were a very en
joyable part ot the evening's pleasure.
Misses Frances and Lois Anderson;
served nectar on the broad, cool porch
wbere many anent the evening In a.
social way while others enjoyed dane- :
lng within.
Dainty refreshments ended this de- ;
lightfully pleasant evening and lt was
with reluctance that the guests bada
their attractive hostess good night. ;
Miss Lie wi lyn Lig?n charmingly en
tertained on Tuesday evening at Rose
Hill, the home of her sister, Mrs. J. :
M. Evans in honor of her* house guest
Miss (Grace DePro of* Spartan burg. ]
The affair was a pretty compliment
to Miss DuPre and many ot Ander- j
son's younger social set had the
pleasure ot meeting, this .attractive ?
young lady, and spending a delight- <
lolly pleasant evming. I
Miss Mamie DuPre of Spartanburg 1
Was Mrs. Joo Evana' charming guest
of honor on Friday afternoon at her j
beautiful home. Rose Hill. About t
twenty-five g?eptB were Invited lo i
come and bring their sawing; ana 1
Qigytwere entertained on the broad, i
cool piazza of this lovely old hame. It
waa a delightfully Informal affair.
The laughing and sewing being In
terspersed by a sweet solo by Mrs. W.
H. Nardin and several instrument se
lections by Miss Mamie DuPre .ca the
piano, accompanied by ber sister, Miss
Grace DuPre on the violin.
Mrs. Evans assisted by Misses
Grace DuPre and Llewllyn Ligon serv
ed an elegant salad course. .
Mr. Tom Smith bas returned from a
ton days' trip to Black Mountain and
Montrent, N. C.
Miss Georgia Marshall returned Fri
day, from the University ot Virginia,
where she .has been taking a six
wooka' course In domestic aclenco. '.
. Miss Martha Richardson is a guest
at a house party at Dr. Noah Richard
son in Piedmont.
Miss Nell Bewley is spending a
month in Cheater with her suiter,
Mrs. Sam Klutz.
Mr. C. A. Forest of Norfolk. Va.,has
been here for several days with his
wife who has been spending several
weeks with her mother, Mrs. J. L.
Mrs. Elisabeth Whinier of Atlanta
ia-.here/for a week's visit to her aunt,
Mrs. ET. M. Rucker on her way home
from the mountains.
The following unique and attract
ive little Invitation carried Joy to
many a child's heart thia week:
"Tho UUfcs Craigales
Wedntmday Afternoon
July 29th
From 6 to 8 '
R. 8. V. P. * '
Promptly tn response to this Invita
tion about fifty little folks gathered
at the Craig home on North McDume
Gt root and hore several . happy hours
were spent playing the pleasant gamea
so dear to the little folks' hearts.
After serving - delightful. refreshments
the afternoon waa ended with an au
tomobil o ride, and a souvenir for each*
one-and each c?i.?d carried home the
recollections of a very happy occa
Miss Vllo? Felkel. the attractive
guest ot Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Felkel,
was happily surprised by a party on
Tuesday evening, given by some of her
frlends. Music, games. and refresh
ments were thoroughly enjoyed by all.
Some of the little folks have gotten
a big touch .ot the North ' Anderson
spirit. Last Wedesday Misses ,/Sara
Prince, VS loa Felkel and Elizabeth
Robinson ; carried their Sunday school
classes, out to the ht tr act lye place
for a picnic. It was a very happy day
tor all ot theft, 'i And as ono little fel
low expressed lt on his way home,
he "wished that Mr. John Lindley
would let them have all the time pic
nics up there-" * jp
lilitht Miss Avery Laughlin was the
pretty little hostess for her friends,
on Friday evening, when she. enter
tained at a party tn h^nor of her 9th
The little folks spent the time-in
playing gamas on the lawn, arter that
they wer? sereved willi ..dainty.-re
freshment*, and each little ^uert waa
wry cordial in wishing Miss Laughlin
many happy returns, of the day*
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(Prom Tho Courier.). . I
Pastor H. M. Fal law of Westminster '
ls making good on hia field, Mr?, i
Stribllng writes: "Brother Fallaw is
giving* us a series of sermons which
are so full of wisdom We will be.
stronger Christians and do more er- '
ficlent work for our -Master. Our
church has taken on new Ufo under
bis consecrated leadership, lt Is beau,
tlful to ace the devotion of our men to j
him and how' willing they are to got
forward in all Unes of work. I know j
you will-rejoice with us when bur now
house of worship ls finished*"
' .- ? .
It gives us sorrow to record the
death of Mrs. Kugley, the wife pf Pas
tor E. IA Kugley, of Hones Path. She
was brought to Green vino some weeks
ago In the hope*that the change, would
prove beneficial, but it waa unavailing
and on ' last Sunday afternoon at tho
home of. her ..parents, Mr.-and Mrs, E.
E. Kenncmore, ehe fell to sleep. Be
sides her father, mother and hu sba na,
Mrs. Kugler leaves four 6weet chil
dren. Sho waa a truly good woman.
We extend to these loved ones our ten
dered sympathy.
On Wednesday of last week Mrs.
Elisabeth : Hammond Bleckloy of An
derson died. We can hot'say that a
great loss has been' sustained in her,
going, ..-for ehe had lived a life ; that
death could not . touch., What we can
say ia that her church, her city, and
her state are the richer and-the purer
because* sho'lived. No one can over
estimate the infinite worth of such a
woman. Hers was a life, well rounded
but in years, In character, in achieve
ment, and in honors and rewards.
Blessings upon her memory.
Convention From AU Nations To Pro
test Against Straggle.
(By Associated' Frais) 'i i ) ? f$
,w Cardiff, Wales, August I.-;Tho; o*c- i,
cutido council of tho South, .Wales
Minors' Federation today refused to
accedo to tho suggestion of the British j
admiralty that tba miners in the col
lieries supplying vessels of {.bo na'
should work on Tuesday and Wedn
day neat, which bad been A
a* rain ors4 boll days. The conn
the ground that it was not ne?
for defendive purposes for tho
to work, and they declined l
courage British intervention in a
ropean conflict. !:.'"'.
, The members of the council st
gested ?hat this waa an opportune mc
mont Tor th? minore of Europe to
force upon tba government th?js- views
condemnatory of war and urged the
calling of a convention of miners
all nations with this object in view.
A Message to You
Your dollars are as valuable to you as ever this season,
.You Vike to get the utmost value for every cent you
spend. . - .?....;.v...: i vA
Should Inteii'est You!
Would you like ??let H New Suit of Clothe*, worth $20.00, for $15.00?
Orari?.00 su?t for ?11,00'? You can d /lt If yoe act quick.
Wc are closing ont our Summer stock of clothing, ?very suit In the ?tore
la reduced tn pri?? to accomplish sn immediate clearance, so yon buy a
good suit here now at a big saving, mm
?' .. . . . . ri,-'..;' ^'^'\^??{|?^t??r~.... v ,j-.?y'-\--i:- 1 . ?: < " * '
Ali Odd Trousers Reduced. All Boys* Suits Reduced.
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Goiiie atlO?ce! v

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