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Quick Clean-Up
8 Big Specials
15 Dozen Ladies' No .
Button Cotton Un
dervests, regul.it
price 3Sc, Mon
day Quick
Clean up
IO Dozen Boy's Rib
bed Hose, the best
. stocking made sizes
I 6 to 9, Monday
per pair
8 Dozen Misses Ribbed
pants sizes up to : 4
value 35c, Monday
3 Dozen Ladies' Co lum
j bia Mills Vest and
pants, light weight,
silk finish value
75 c, Monday
1 Dozen Ladies* M?n
sing vest, wool,
1 Monday
Ladies Union Suits,.
Maline Special
Boy's "M." line Union
Suits the best yet,
special Monday
Ladies' Knit Corset
Covers, Special
We CanU Sdi All
Brands of Underwear
But Sell the Best
The weather man .says,
"Fair arid Colder"
Are You Prepared?
The Origiasl Lites
(hurmlng House Party.
Mis? Lois Jackson is entertaining
at ber home in Iva Miss Bessie Trip
pett of Spartanburg and the following
week-end party from here: M?BS Al
berta Brock. Miss Km th Fret well, Wil
lie Marshall, Eugene Watson, Rufus
Hill. Clarence Beatty, Louis Ledbet
ter and Thos. F. Cartwright.
Pant's Christmas Reception.
A charming affair for the coming
week is the Fant Christmas reception
which will be held on Tuesday at
Fant's Book Store.
This store has always been a pop
ular rendezvous for Anderson shop
pers, and they have planned this de
lightful occasion for the pleasure ot
their host of friends. From noon till
10 o'clock on Tuesday, tho public io
cordially invited ts visit their store,
and they expect to make it a very de
lightful occasion.
Hrs. J. L? (?ray Entertains,
i Tho second of a aeries of charming
little informal parties being given by
Mra. Louis Gray was given on Wed
nesday afternoon at her homo on East
Orr street This was another little
sewing party, so popular just now,
when busy housekeepers aro delighted
to combine duty and pleasure and
spend an afternoon making dainty
pieces-of band work for Christmas in
such a charming way.
Mrs. J. L. Sherard and Mrs. 8. H.
Provost assisted the gracious hostess
in serving dainty, refreshments.
A Delightful Dinner k'arty.
One of the most beautiful of tho
Thanksgiving dinner parties was the
one given by Mr..and Mrs. J. J. Bald'
win at their lovely new home in North
Anderson.- The pretty Dutch colonial
cottage is ideally fitted up and the at
tractive hostess served <*an elegant
course dinner. A great pleasure of
the day waa the recitations of Miss
Kittie Watson of Fort Valley, Gs. This
charming young woman ls a most
gifted elocutionist sud given In her
attractive, inimitable manner, her se
lections delighted all present, among
whom were Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Sat
ter Held, Hartwell. Gu.; Mr. and Mrs.
T. Ev Howard, Mr. and Mrs. W. A.
Hudgcns, Twiss Kittie Watson, Mr. T.
8. Maxwell and Mr. Clyde Smith.
The guests were kept through the'
evening When a tempting supper was
served and the following also invited:
Mr. and Mrs. K. P. Smit!. Messrs. S.
M. Wolfe. Hilly Lyon, L, M. Cochran
and T. P. Dickson. The evening was
delightfully and Informally spent
"A hclfthhorhood Sewing Party."
' Mrs. J. B. Marshall enetrtalned a
few friends at a delightful little
"neighborhood Rowing party" on Mon
day at her home on Marshall avonue.
It was one of those informal little af
fairs, that ore so pleasent and enjoy
able, and the time was profitably
spent doing all sorts of pretty needle
work. The attractive hostess served
dainty refreshments.
Reception For Tuesday.
The F/OUtbern Bell Telephono and
Telegrrph Company aro planning a
beautiful house warming on Tucr.day
afternoon and evening when thoy will
throv Open their ' handsome new
building on West Whither street to
the public. Mrs. Rufus Fant has
charge of the decors lions and tho An
derson Floral Company will furnish
the carnations for the. occasion.
Invitations will he- sent out- to all
the subscribers and their families and
the management hopes thst everybody
will try to come whether they are
subscribers or not
The Philathea class of the Central
Presbyterian church will serve the re
freshments. Arrangements havo been
made for delightful music throughout
the afternoon and evening,*the'hours
being from 3 to .6 and from 7 to 10.
It promises to be a most charming
and delightful occasion.
The Elks at Home*. *
The handsomest and most beautiful
affair of the week was the dabee and
reception given oh Friday evehthg by
the members ot the Elks Club at their
pretty home on McDuffie street* - .
This waa one of the most elaborate
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CM.U w..."%??>? v. V..V ...... ?J. K . ~' -?
fairs they have* had and already they
?ate made quite a reputation for
themselves. The members ct Ander
son social set look forward with
greatest pleasure te "The ? Bike- . At
Dancing waa enjoyed by many ta
the beautiful hall on the second floor,
while those who, didn't r"?nc? spent
their timo either playing cards or
chatting in the pretty parlors.
During the evening elegant refresh
ments were served In the spacious sad
beautiful tining rooms. The mem
bers ef Ute club should be justly
proud ot their beautiful home and Ute
charming success or Friday evening,
for every guest present was er tfiua
lootfe tn their praise of the pleasure
"Br. Fraser and His Beys.**
Dr.' ead afra. WV H. Fraser enter
tained Hie yening men of th? Fitting
School and. Prof. Banka on Thursday
at an elegant Thanksgiving dinner.
Dr. Fraser's love for "his boys" is
v.ef character: lettes or his
life, ?nd he ia neves happier than
An Informal Sapper Party.
Mr. and Mrs. O. B. J. Del'amp en
tertained on Friday evening at a
charming little supper party in honor
of their seventh anniverasary. Just a
few friends In a delightfully informal
manner that was fully enjoyed hy
thoue present. They have a most at
tractive home and never moro so than
on this occasion when the time was
spent in a pleasant social way.
Red Cross Seals.
Miss Anna Ross Cunningham who
has charge of the sale of the F.'3d
Cross stamps in Anderson has arrang
ed to placo them -on sale at Moore
Wilson's, Orr-Gray's. Mrs. J. C. Holz
man's, Evans' Pharmacy and Cox's
Book Store. These stamp* are sold
for tho benefit of the Anti-tuberculo
sis league in South Carol'na and the
money realized will bo used to push
this great, work In our Slate. It only
means a few cents herc and there and
yet a great and grand work can be
carried on that will benefit thousands
of sufferers. v
Postmaster John IL Cochran has
kindly conented for Miss Cunningham
to arrange an attractive desk In the
postofilce lobby and here for ten days
before Christmas several young la
dles will sell these stamps.
Rose Hill.
Tho second of the suppers at Roso
HUI Club was given on Tuesday and
was as delightfully pleasant as the
other one. Quite a number of ladies
went out for cards during the after
noon. At 7 the gentlemen came out
for supper which was heartily enjoy
ed. Afterwards the guests enjoyed
dancing until about 9, after which
they dispersed with pleasant memor
ies of a very pleasant occasion.
Chinese Doves.
Miss Georgia Harris ls tito proud
possessor of a beautiful pair of Chin
less doves that have been seut her
from. Baltimore. These are pojjsibl/
tho first of the kind ever necn in thia
community and are most interesting
and pretty. They are light tan tn
color, with black rings around the
neck. T!icir coo Is particularly at
tractive and musical.
Mrs. John B. Sadler and Miss Mary
Sadler have been spending sim ral
days with relatives in Washington,
Miss Louise Agnew will return to
day from a visit of several oays to
relatives at Donalds.
Miss Anna Rosa Cunningham is
home after a visit to Greenville and
D. A. It Meeting.
Mrs. John Linley was tho gracious
hostess on Monday afternoon to Ca
tee c lice chapter ,D. A. lt.. Her now
home on North Anderson Heights wss
charming and tbs cordial welcome ac
corded each guest on arrival made lt
a pleasure and a privilege to bo among
the number.
Mrs. Chester Plant, the chapter
delegate to the recent conference in
ftxfc Hill, bald ir most Interesting
way of what South Carolina D. A. R
is accomplishing and for what the or
der stands;
Mrs Plant paid a glowing tribute
to Mrs. A. P. Johnstone, a valued
member of Ca teaches and former re
gent, who ls State secretary. She said
that in giving the report of her year's
work Mrs. Johnstone by ber bright
wit made it a very different thing
from the usual stereotyped kind, and
most pleasingly Impressed the confer
ence. '
Mrs; E. R. Horton had a very in
teresting and Instructive paper on
'.'The Character and Objects of thc
Early American Explorers." '
Miss Rhoda Vandiver furnished
music*for- the occasion which found
favor with her hearers. V
At the close of the program Mrs.
Llnl3> anticipated the coming Thanks
giving feast by serving her guests
with most delightful plum pddlng end
Christmas Fer the Needy.
In accordance with a movement
which there has been an endeavor to
start; Cateeehee chapter considered
the matter ot refraining from making
Christmas ?resent this year to grown
.people, other than servants, and using
the money thus saved tn feeding the
hungry, and clothing the cold. While
every member 'did net pledge herself
nor doss th? chapter ask of Itt? mem
bers to make such pledge. yt>t every
one who will snake auch sacrifice can
find a channel through which to be
stow its offering In Cateechee chap
ter. .
The regent wilt gladly resolve any
money that may be given for the pur
pose and after consultation with those
persons who are in a ]>oaltlon to know
the needs of out community will use
the money to make not only Christ
mas, but Cbajsthvalty something more
than a name to th* Lord's poor.
When those in our midst ara cloth
ed sud fed if the contributions are
more than is needed, then most gladly
and thankfully will the surplus ha
sent to the homeless, tho drselste, the
starvla? elsewhere, in >or ravaged
Belgium If we can only get enough.
I Christian friends, at C^lstxnae.time
remember lie who giveth to tho poor
leude-th to ti-o Lord.
Mrs. Sallie Burrlss of Mississippi,
who has been visiting relatives st Bir
mingham, is here, to upend some timo ]
with her daughter. Mrs. 0. L. Martin.
Mrs. Arnold of Greenwood fa visit
ing her daughter, Mrs. Rhett Parker, j
on West Whitner street
Birthday Party of Caroline Speer.
C aroline Speer entertained r?n of her I
.itu?: friends at her home on Bt-jck
lc..r street Tuesday afternoon in honor
of her sixth birthday. It was an ideal
afternoon for a party so the children
enjoyed roany ga nu]s on ?he lawn. The
houHo wa^ very pretty with pot plants I
and pink carnations. Hie color j
scheme of pink and whit? uns n!M>
carried out in tho refreshments that j
were served by M?raes ?ar.v Mattison
and-Caroline Maxwell. Tir? tuble was
decorated with pink tulle stretched
from each corner to tho chandelier,
and a large buncb of pin 1; carnations
Inj til-.* center. Tbs birthday cake I
was very pretty *vltk its nix tiny pink j
candles burning very brightly. Many j
?pretty and useful presents were re
ceived by the little hostess. Miss Sara
Prances Stephens assisted in-making
the afternoon pleasant for the little
- In Honor of Miss Osborne.
Mrs. John Anderson was the attrac
tive hostess to a few friends yester
day afternoon when She ertained
: In honor of Miss Osborr ? Manta,
j tho charming guest of Mr. ~, Har
ris. Three tables of aucti>i ridge 1
was formed and the aft ornoo, wast
mose delightfully and pleasantly
spent Later the cards were put aside
and Mrs. Anderson served un elegant
salad course. Those invited to meet
Mina Osborne were : Mesdames J. L.
Sherard. J. L. Gray, M. L. Bonham,
T. Ix Cely. fi. F*. Cochran. Bond An
derson, G. B. Green, Morrison, L. C.
Harris and Mrs. Hunter.
Misa Osborne leaves today for her
home In Atlanta, after a delightful !
visit here.
? ?? .
In Honor of Miss Helen Little.
Mrs. A. L. Smothers entertained
about 50 young people last night in
honor of ber neice, Miss Helen Little,
of Eatonton, Ga., who' 10 spousing the
winter here attending htth school and
.Undying Music under Prof. Chambers.
Tho evening was delightfully spent
playing games and was full/ enjoyed
by the fortunate guests.
In Honor of MM Cann.
Miss Eunice. Gideon piensa* nt ly en
tertained the old girls of the class of
'13 on Monday i?ft.^?'iiftou In honor of
Miss Una Cann, who ls the first bride
is the class. Each of thsr guests were
given pencils and paper and asked to
write^a note to be opened by the bride
on her wedding trip. Afterwards ta
bles were arranged and l?verai merry
games of cardo were played, after
which the hostess served an elegant
salad course. Among those present
were: Misses Una Cann, Ella Cum
mings, Lorena Picken, Ella May Tria
ble, Willie Cann, Leona Foster, Eu
genia Maxwell. Ruth Wells, ' Laura
Wall, Nell Pruitt. Mary Rllty. Sadie
Gray, Mrs. Ed. Klmsey and Mrs. Har
rison Pruitt
Its Honer of Mr. and Mrs. Oleum.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Glenn enter
tained Mr. and Mrs. John Marlon
Glenn at a throe course turkey din
ner at 6 o'clock Wednesday at their
beautiful country hort s*. The library
and reception hall was tastefully 2?e
crated with pink chryear;*t??-.ums abd
ferns. In the dining roath pink car
nations and ferns were used. In the
center of the table was A'large mirror
on which a vase of carnations and
ferns rested. Those attending the re
ception were: Mr. and Mrs; Arthur
K'hody, Mrs. Laurence Dean, Mrs. Cobs
Hamilton and children, Mr. and Mrs.
Bob Burris* Mri. Robert McDonald,
Huntersville, IC; Mr. and Mrs. Jake
Delay is
Better have the Child's
Photo Made Now
you will never regret it.
Of course .you want the
best-That's Us.
Green's Art Shop
SJatt are cordiallp.inmttri
ta attend
Pant's (El^risimHS flierjepiian
Tnesdag, pember first
N?xm to 10 ?. TO.
to meet
TOisses Hamers and Backs, and TOessrs.
(Eli r isl maa Presents a nd NaueTit es
f ram Neui 3)crk and (Sermang
No (Bards Pant's Bank Stare
Sullivan, Dr. and Mrs. Jeter Glenn,
Mr, and Mrs. Keith Glenn and Misses
Agatha Spellman, Luta Smith and
Annabel Dean.
Mrs. John Laurent and Miss Janie
Duggan of Clayton, Ga. are visiting
Mrs. George Evans on West Wnltnor
Thompson-Duckworth Pretty Home
A pretty homo wedding was that of
Miss Mary. Thompson to Mr. John
Duckworth on Wednesday afternoon
at 6:30, the ceremony being perform
ed by Kev. O. L. Martin. The wed
ding march was played by Miss Kath
leen Thompson, a sister of the bride.
The only attendants were Misses Al
ma Duckworth and Ellie Thompson,
who wore lovely white lingerie dresses
with pink girdles and carried-a show
er bouquet of pink carnations. The
bride wore a handsome blue cloth
suit and carried at shower bouquet of
white carnations and lilies of the val
ley. In the ' east parlor the colors
white and; green were need. In one
cerner was an esbsEkment of fstiil
and palms and an arch entwined with
green and white and studded with lit
tle candles. The bridal party stood
beneath this arch. Immediately after
the ceremony the. guests were Invited
into the dining room where an elegant
salad course was served by Misses
Sue Martin. Wilmer Mae Thompson,
Mattie McDaniel and Mildred Thomp
son. In here the color scheme of yel
low and white was carried out. The
souvenirs were pinned o nby two dain
ty little girls, Lucile Thompson and
Frances Duckworth. Mrs. Hunter
Thompson and Mis? Ai ice Duckworth
met the guests at the door and assist
ed in entertainin gthe guests.
Tte Social Side of College Life.
While the other sides of college life
have not received any less attention
thad their due, the social life of the
college community has hsd sn added
energy for the psst two weeks. Be
sides the distinctly college functions
the different members of the faculty
have attended various social affairs
given by their frier.ds in the city.
On Saturday evening Mrs. G. W.
Evans, a former membor of thc fac
ulty .entertained at dione:: tn honor
ot Mr. J. K. Breedlh, formerly dean
bera Miase* Abbott. Btranathan and
Wakefield of the present faculty wert
there from the college.
On Monday morning Mrs. Kinard
; gave a most delightful luncheon - to
the ladies of the faculty. Before Inn.
1 cheon waa served every one was en
i tinged in . Sun? oowing they han
j brvught, or that was furnished by tho
hostess. This waa the first time the
beautiful new presidents home bsd
hean the scene of social festivities,
and everyone was commenting upon
tts attractiveness. Mrs. Kinard ls a
mest charming hostess and everyone
[had a royal good tine.
On Monday evening Misa'M.iddccks
j entertained the faculty and a few.
friends in honor of her friend. Miss I
Helen McCandlecs, of Louisville, Ky.,
j who is visiting her. These little so
j dal gatherings among the faulty, sro
I the mean* of uniting tho faetlty in
good fe now* nip-and anora means or
I recreation-and diversion:'much needed.
Enthusiasm snd: ta twist ta athletics
have been af-whit* beat dil week. The
tennis tournament tores Tuesday af
ternoon, 16 young ladles taking part,
liar second round wak' played Wed- '
nesftky afternoon with . fin si* ta
atiigie* being ? played
morning st g:8o. Misses |
Shirley ena Nelle Gentry
the Anal round against Miases
Julia Ledbetter end Una PstUgrew,
j the former two winning, In the ?eal
Mle* Shirley beat %Hsv Gen
other* entering the contest
Maurine lagon. I<Q
Afeasen. Anus TrlbMs^Nota
Ruth Brownlee* Ruth;
Hambree, Marguerite Henry, Cecelia
Cobalt*. Mari? Kelson. Winna Marvin;
1 Nelle Da rr teoit and Winnie Howard.
Pol lowing fae tennis games was the
closely coafated game of basket boll J
between the Tigers and Cuba, reedit
ing ta weeare a 13 te 9 ta taaetM*
the Tigers. For days ttiese have been
anstehen and it hs* basa.lat*?ro*flug to
watch the competition (ti the hoJinesa
lof tagging the faculty and school-wita i
the ribbons of -the teams,, resulting In I
a din of songs and sheering that would 1
credit a" much largor school. lite
teems were as follows: Tigers, Misses
Charity Welborne,. Lafayette - Johnson/'
Maggie Shirley, Zulthe Masters... Isa;
Shaw, Izetta Pruitt, Annie Welborne
and- Nancy King: Cubs, Misses Nelle
Darracott, Ruby lia*, en port, Nelie
Martin, F.ohbio Covin, Ruth Brownlee,'
Winnie Howard, Ethel Norris and
Nora McAllister.
The day that was begun by devo
tional services. conducted t by, the - Y.
W. C. A. at 7-a. m., with church ser
vices following athletic game?, whs
ended wit! a mort delightful-recen- -
lion given by the students-io -their'
young men friends 3 to 10. It was ons
of the most successful social functions
over -giv?h/\by the students and tras
thoroughly enjoyed by a goodly crowd..
The ' girls ; had . beautifully decorated
the spacious halls und parlors and
everything was a fitting background'
tor a largo evening party. In the
front parlor Dr. and Mrs. Ki nard, Miss
Helen Smith and others of the faculty
with ,Misses Esther Lawrence, Chari
ty Welloorne, M^?de Hamilton, Louise
SBnry, and Catherine Sullivan formed 1
e receiving line, to whom a commit
tee of young ladies introduced the
guests as they came in. These'young
ladles, with several of Ute faculty
looked after the pleasure of the guests
ell through tho evening. Quite a num
ber of the day students from the town,
as well aa-those in the' house for
Thanksgiving*- were present
A d?fttlouV salad course was Serv
ed: ants. Julia Led better 'presided. at
the plano, and her music added much
tO the nlangririft tyt Ht? y nun ff folk.
The floors of the mein halls'had
bevti covered with large green -rugs
from the- dormitory halls, and the
many handsome plants loaned for the
winter, were used tb advantage by thc
decorative artists of tho school.-These
together with a profusion ot pillows
and the college davenports and mis
sion chairs made a most Unusually
attractive effect. .
. Lyceum Attraction.
The second1 humber of the lyceum
cours?-' at . the col lege was given on
Friday ; evening and was attended ?by
a good % crowd. Those appearing on
the program are advertised aa tho'Al
kahest - Favoritos, a- 'group mude*-of
three young ladles, a violinist, n so
prano, .and a reader. The violinist
MissOatleV. who played here last sea
son, plays with splendid technique
and finish. Her work Friday1 evenihg
was' even more brilliant than-wheh
she was^here b?f?fe. Miss Cawthhn
is aa .attractive f reader. >?rtth >a- vefc*
evideut abundance of temperawept
She gave several selections with musi
cal accompaniment. She did'1 best the
French Canadian dialect select Ion
he r voice being better adapted-to that
stylo than to heavier charac
terization. The singer bas a good
voice and.' many ot f her tones were
very pretty, still she needs- more tem
perament to make her work appeal.
Lander Clufe.
-The November meeting of the Lan
der Glob was held on Friday after
noon with Mrs. T. A. Wigging toa and
Miss Maggie Carlington at tho home
of - the former on' Greenville, street. On
account of oickn es p In her \ home Mrs.
CO. Burrias Offered . her -resignation
as president and Miss'Maggie Carling
ton, the splendid supervisor of rural
schools was elected- in 'her place. It
was announced that the 'Piedmont
Magazine had accepted the aerial
story written by several. members of
the club, and will Boon have!lt ready
for their readers. Germany, Belgium,
add Holland, the countries most prom
inently before the public Just now
have been selected for the wrlnter's
study oy the program committee.
Mrs. D. 8. Vandiver read a-mc-?t In
teresting paper on German diversi
ties, especially Lelpsic, Heidelberg,
and Bonn. Miss Eddie Davis read' a
fine paper on the Reformation. Dur
ing the delightful social feature tho
two attractive hostesses served dainty
refreshments ending this plcsant af
ternoon._ '.
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. DB. FOREST ?. 8?0GS .
. Dentist .
. Offices slS-415 Bleckley Bldg. .
. Associated With .
. Dr. W. W. Chlsolia .
; Phone 88M Anderson, 8. C. *
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Accoste* Gav c, .
3efore ? stocks are picked over.
"vVe lay them aside for you, CHRIST

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