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.We hope your liaster will be pleasant
ly and profitably spent. We know it
will if you go to church or Sunday
school, or both. The Wesley Bible
Class of St. John's Methodist Church
expect 425 men and young men at
Sunday school. That will be a grand
sight. If you are not a member of this
church, you can help increase attend
ance at your own by being present
Let's all lend a hand and make it a big
day. Surely it will make our preach
ers and Sunday school superintend
ents glad, and of course make all of us
feel good. Beautiful flowers, and
music and splendid sermons will make
it a day to be remembered-shall we
go?
Sunday School.10 a. m.
Morning Service.ll :30 a. m.
Evening Service.8 p. m.
Moore-Wilson C?,
The Day Light Store
?
NOXON'S HIPPODROME SHOWS
Will Exhibit at Anderson One Week
Commencing, Monday, April 5th
At THE CIRCUS GROUNDS
BIG WILD WEST EXHIBITION
Presenting Cowboys, Ranch Girls, Indians and
Mexicans
THU MOTORDOME, OR THE WHIRL
OF DEATH
See Dare-Devil Decker ride the smallest and steep
est motorcycle track ever built
THE OLD PLANTATION
A Big City Minstrels Under Canvas.
Captain Gregory and Hi Congress of Freaks,
Curiosities and Monstrosities
SENSATION OF 1915
A Trip to Mars-a Barrel of Fun for
Young and Old
SEE BABY TRIXY, THE 600-POUND FAT GIRL
MERRY-GO-ROUND AND FERRIS WHEEL
- ? ? ?? ? - - ? - II. i-.
PROF. YARBOROUGHS CONCERT BAND
WILL FURNISH MUSIC
DON'T FORGET THE DATE AND THE PLACE
.. ..;?. ". '1. im j 1
COME ONE? COME ALL!
With The Chi
PIMM
.Junior Th i I itt lieu.
The regular social meeting of the
Junior Phllatcas of tho Flr.it Pres
by terian Church wu? held on Mon
day afternoon with the Miases Har
ris at their handsome home on Cal
houn street. A short business ses
sion was held, after which the time
was devoted to tht. social feature and
a very pleasant oftomoon it proved
to be. The charming hostesses serv
ed u dainty sweet course.
MaptlHt rhllulhcus.
Mrs. D. C. Brown. Mrs. J. P.
Crowther, and Miss Margaret Evana
will entertain the Senior Phiiatbea
class Of the Vir?t Baptist Church on
Thursday afternoon from I to G at
the hom*; of Mrs. U. C. Drown on X.
Malu ytreet.
Phone 37.
Charming Theatre Purtr.
A charming little Theatre Party
was given at The Anderson theatre
yesterday afternoon by Mrs. Daisy
Wilson in honor ot Misses Lena Gal
loway and Jean Kennedy of Due West.
Her guests were Mrs. A. M. Sharpe,
Miss Lena Galloway, Miss Jean Ken
nedy, Miss Jean Harris, Miss Louise
Agnew, Miss Georgia Marshall and
Miss Mary Hough.
Miss Leona Dell of Spartanburg is
the guest of Mrs. G. W. Oui
Mrs. G. W. Ould has returned from
a visit to Mrs. C. li. Bulkley in Spar
tanburg.
District V. I>. C. Convention In tinsley.
The Piedmont District Convention
of U. D. C. will bc held in Easley
on Wednesday, and the delegates will
include the president and one dele
gate from each chapter in the dis
trict. From the Robert E. Lee chap
ter, the President Mrs. Raymond
Deatty and Mrs. Spann Dowling will
attend. Miss Nelle Cochran president
and Mrs. J. E. Barton will represent
the Dixie. The Palmetto will be rep
resented by the President Miss Eu
bank Taylor and Miss Bessie Major.
Mrs. Carrie Patrick who ls State U. D.
C. Historian and Mrs. J. R. Vandlver
South Carolina Arlington Committee
will also attend.
R?ception and Dance at Elks Home.
The Elks will entertain their
friends on Tuesday evening at their
home on X. McDuffle street. All the
Elks are expected to attend with their
lady friends, and the occasion prom
ises to*be delightfully pleasant. The
splendid orchestra of The Anderson
theatre will furnish the music and
the latter part -of the evening will be
spent In dancing.
Mrs. Cb'ind Her Leaves Tomorrow.
Mrs. J. M. Chandller will leave to
morrow morning for her home In
Sumter after a weeks' visit to Mr.
and Mrs. W. H. Keese. She has been
the recipient of many ?J -llghtful social
attentions, and her many friends have
given her a very cordial welcome
back home..
Mrs. Lee Holleman left yesterday
for a trip of a tow days to New York.
Mrs. Horton Entertains for Miss Mc
Dowell.
Mrs. Louis Horton entertained two
tables at an . Informal little bridge
party yesterday afternoon In honor of
Miss McDowell, the charming guest
of Mrs. W. D. McLean. After the
Kamos the attractive hostess served
nn elegant salad course, assisted by
Miss Laura Horton.
Thoso invited for tho afternoon
were Mvs. W. D. McLean, Mrs. T. L.
Co ly. Mrs. Keith Pr?vost,' Mrs. Mar
shall Orr. Mrs. Frank Reed. Miss Ber
tha Cashin and Miss Ella May Cum
mings. - ?<
Delightful Little Affair.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Prince entertain
ed a few friends at a.delightful IRV
tle Informal supper on Thurs
day evening. . The charming hostess
served an elegant course supper and
lhn ? vening waa a very pleasant one.
Those visited were Mr. and Mrs.
Willett Sloan, Mr. and Mrs. Lucius
Webb. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Leo, Mles
Ruth Watkins and Mr. Paul Watkins.
B K Lee Chapter
The R. E. Lee Chapter will hold
their regular April meeting on Thurs
day, the place to be announced later.
Blrtaeey Party.
The rello-.vlng little Invitations
have been lamed:
1908 iois
Please come to my party,
Sara Louise Paine
April ?th. 191B,
3:30 to 5:30.
412 Evans street.
Miss Lena Galloway aad Miss Jean
Kennedy ot Due West ar? spending
the weak-end with Mrs. A. M. Sharpe.
Marriage Announcement.
Mrs. Lucinda 'Wilson Cooley
Announces the marriage of her
daughter
Carobil
ir* to
Mr. Haskell Hair Marti >.
on Wednesday the thlrty-Urst ot
March
nineteen hundred and fifteen
Willlamston, Sooth Carolina.
At Home
\ after the first day of April
Greenville. South Carolina.
Deltghtfai Sewtar Cab.
Mra Stonewall Watton was hos
tete at a v*ry delightful meeting nt
tho newing club "n Thursday after
noon at her home, north of . town. It
urch Women
it?.
Tb? Circles.
Til?; Circle? of Ute First Pre.iby
rJan will meet tomorrow afternoon.
('brindan Growth Club.
The Christian Growth Club met on
Friday afternoon at the church. The
principal business for the afternoon
wus the election of delegates to the
Missionary Conference in Gaffney
this week. These were Misses Allie
Pearmun, and Carmena Shearer, also
ofllccra for the next cjuarter. These
were: President, Miss Lavinia Hi
llard; flrBt vice-president, M?3S Car
mena Shearer; second vice-president.
Miss Flena Marrett; secretary, Miss
Aillo Pearman; treasurer. Miss Caro
Geer, pianist; Miss Eleanor Sargent;
assistant pianist. Miss A-nnie Crom
er; chorister. Miss Duvey Bruce.
was an especially pleasant meeting
fully enjoyed by all present. A dain
ty sweet course was served.
Miss Esther Sunders and Miss Lil
Hard of Clemson are the guests of
Mrs. Frank Sloan in North Anderson.
. Mrs. Keys McCully has been visit
ing friends In Greenwood this week.
.Mr. J. D. Harris and Miss Marbi
Harris of Greenville are spending thc
week-end with Miss LO?B Reece.
For Mr. Webb.
Mr. F.obble Webb cf Clemson Col
lege, who spent some time herc dur
ing the pa3t week with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. W. M Webb, was thc
honor gueBt at several delightful lit
tle dinner parties. On Tuesday, Mrs.
J. H. von Hasseln entertained at a
beautiful dinner party in his honor.
On Wednesday und Thursday, Mrs.
W. M. Webb had two beautiful little
dinner parties in his honor. All three
occasions were most pleasant and
fully enjoyed!
Priscilla Cub
The Priscilla Sewing Club held a
delightfully pleasant meeting on Fri
day morning with Mrs. Sam Prince
at her attractive home in North An
derson. The club was delighted to
have Mrs. Carl Lee. an old member,
who now makes her home in Green
ville, with them again, and the morn
ing was busily and happily spent.
Mrs. Prince served her guests with a
dainty menu after the sewing was
layed aside.
Pinson<l'nrpenter Wedding; Two Pop
ular Young People. '
A marriage of more than ordinary'
Interest took placc on March 30lh at
tho homo of Mr. J. D. Pinson when
his daughter. Carrie Louise, and Air.
R. H. Capenter were united In the
bonds of matrimonv. Rev. H. II. Bur
rlss officiating, Rev. Q. L. Kugley as
sisting. The bride is a deservedly
popular young lady of the Belton
section of the county, while the
groom is a popular larmer of tho
llonea Path section. After the cere
mony they left on a north bound
train for Wushington, D. C., and otil
ar cities. The presenta bore testi
mony to the popularity of the young
souple.
.Miss ( reekmore (o Leave.
Miss Dee Creekmore, who for .sev
.ral months has boen stenographer
Tor the Southern -Christian Advocate,
leaves today for her home in Char
on e. N. C. Miss Creekmore is n
aright and attractive young woman
md has during her stay In Anderson
nade many friends, who regret that
ihe has decided to leave.
Ladles Aid Society.
Tho Ladies' Aid Society of St.
John's Methodist church will meet
m Monday afternoon? at four o'clock
it the church.
What Every Housekeeper Should Uo
In April.
A;. Ml is the month- for every house
keeper to do the following things,
lays the April Woman's Home Com
panion: - ^aS^'*>'*'
"This ls tho month
"To put away the.; winter clothes
ind furs, pasting a list of consents
m each package and bag.
"To take down the Storm wludows
ind doors and repair the screens.
"To have the furnace cleaned, and
put Mn good order.
"To plan summer curtains and cov
irs."
PAPE'S DIAPEPSIN
FOR INDIGESTION
OR BAD STOMACH
Relieves Sourness, fae, Heart'
born, Drpepaia la fire
minutes. ,
m. -1^^ '
Bour. gassy, upset.stomach, indlgea
lon, heartburn, dyspepsia; when the
bcd you est ferments Ktto gases and
itubborn lumps; your head aches and
rou feel sick und miserable, that's
tvhen you realise the magic in Pape's
Mapepsin. lt makes alt stomach mts
iry vanish in five minutes.
If your sf omach Ia ia a continuous
.?volt-If yon can't get it regulated,
?lease, for your sake, try Pape's Dla
>epsln. It's so needless to-?iav?i a bad
itomaeh-make your next meal a tar.
?rite food meal, then take a little
?lapepsln. there will not be any du
ress-eat without fear, lt's because
'spa's tHap?pain "really does" rego
ste weak, out-of-order, stomachs
hat gives it Its millions of. sales an
nually.
Get a large fifty-cent case of. Pape's
liapcp&tn from any drug store, lt is
he quickest, surest stomach relief and
.-ur* known. It acta almost like magic
-it ls a scientific, harmless and pissa
nt stomach preparation which truly
?oiongs tn every home.
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The Sweetest Candy Ever Sold"
JACOBS
Made Last Night
TRY IT TODAY
CARRIN GT ON S
[Exclusive Agency
Theatre Building.
TIGERS DEFEAT
FURMAN 9 TO 2
CLEMSON COLLEGE, April 3.-In
a slow game, featured by the sensa
tional fielding of McMillan for Clem
son/ the Tigers defeated Furman 9 to
2
Furman used two pitchers but
could not etop the hard bitting ol
the Tigers.
Furman .. .. ..010 000 010-2. 3 3
Clemson.402 100 02*-9 ll C
Struck out by Wharton abd Mosc
ly 2; by Thornton 4. Bases on balls,
Wharton 3. MoBely 2, Thornton 1.
Batteries: Wharton, Mosely aud
Brown; Thornton and Harris, em
pire Robertson.
Other Carnes.
At Macon-Georgia 3, Mercer 2.
At Atlanta-Tennessee
Tech 4.
Georgia
Belton Society.
BELTON, April 3.-Prof. Watkins
entertcined at dinner today Prof.
Wilbourne and Prof. Gcodglon of Wil
liamston and Prof. Givens of Honea
Path. Affairs pertaining to the
O'Neal Oratorical contest were dis
cussed and it wa.-, decided to hold
th . contest at Belton Friday and Fri
day, night. May 7h. Other arrange
ments will be announced in a few
days. Mr. E. B. Gambrell, a senior
of Furman, and his slBter, Miss Mary
Gambrell of Greenville Woman's Col
lege are at home for Easter.
Mr. Eugene Geer is spending Eas
ter with his mother. After grad
uating at Carolina In June he will
soend the summer In Belton._
r
More and, more every day Ford cars become the
necessity for everybody-a utility in? city and
country. Their great usefulness is part of the
daily life of all the people, though giving univer
sal service with universal economy.
Retail buyers of new Ford cars front August 1914
to August 1915 will share in profits if 300,000
are sold in that time. Ask us for particulars. Keep
in mind the simplicity in operation and economy
in upkeep-less than two cents a mile.
Runabout $410* Touring Car, $-180; Town Car $?!M):
Coupelet, $750; Sedan, $975, f. o. h. Detroit with all
equipment.
On display and sale at
TODD AUTO SHOP
Better Light-Better Business
Study your LIGHTING-that's the first step toward improving trade
It's the store or theatre MORE BRILLIANTLY and suitably'
lighted than its competitor that attracts the greatest number of pos
sible customers.
You CAN have better lighting at LOW COST with the big,
new, high-efficiency
MAZDA LAMPS
These big, gas-filled lamps are about twice as efficient as the smaller MAZDAS in common use.
Let us give you a FREE demonstration ot the new 1000 watt MAZDA lamp which requires only
10 cents' $vorth of current per hour. Requires practically nt cleaning or attention. Easily and quickly
installed.
Reducion in prices of
IVf azda Lsairips
Vacuum Type.
15 Watt
25 Watt
40 Watt
*P Watt
100 Watt
Old Price
.30
.30
.30
.30
.60
150 Watt.i. S 1.00
25o Watt. 1.60
High Candle Power Type.
100 Watt .. ...... . .. . $1.25
200 Watt
300 Watt
400 Watt
Soo Watt
750 W?t|
2.25
3.00
3.75
5.00
6.00
New Price
.25
.25
.25
.25
.55
.90
$1.40
.90
$1.80
2.75
3.65
4.35
Soo
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