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On Your Choice of
Corset
depends how much Style
your Figure will reflect
lliis season.
Will it be correct or otherwise?
Make sure of its correctness by
choosing one pf the new model
Frolaset
Front Lnrcd t'orsHs
and make sure of its being fitted
correctly by coming here for it! Ex
pert corsetieres at your service.
Mrs. B. Graves Boyd
Exclusive Agent McCall Patterns.
Will remain on the Circus Lot
One More Week
at popular prices
OPENED UP
A BIG LINE OF KNIT SUMMER UNDER
WEAR
Ladies Knit Union Suits, Special at? . . .25c
Ladies Knit Union Suits, Out size at . '.25c
Ladies Summer Vest, Special at.15c
Ladies Union Suits, Special at .... . .50c
New Gossard Corsets
Just received another big shipment. They
must be fitted in this store by our expert cor
setiere. We suggest you make your ap
pointment by telephone to keep you from
waiting.
SPRING SUITS ARE
HERE
Some very attractive prices
NEW MILLINERY
FOR NONDAY
Opened up big shipment of new hats for
Monday. Coule and let us show you.
NEW LINEN AND LINGERIE DRESSES
D. GEISBERG
G?ssard Corsets
M RM. CHAS W. M'GEE.
Mrs. Eunice Callaham McGee, wife
of Mr. Chas. W. McGee, of the
Farmern and Merchants Rank, died
yesterday afternoon at her home. No.
546 North Pant street, after a brief
Illness. The funeral services will be
held this afternoon at 6 o'clock, at
(lie residence, and will be conducted
by the Rev. John P. Vines, D. D..
pastor of the First Baptist church,
or which Mrs. McGee was a faithful
und consecrated member.
She is survived by ber husband,
(Ive children, her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. W. Callaham, two brothers,
(hirts and ('arl and one sister Miss
Mattie Austin.
Ur. Vines stated last night that Mrs.
McGee was one of the most capable
and active members of her church,
and that her death ls a distinct loss
to thal organization. The news of
lier death will come as a great and
painful shock to her friends and the
friends of the family throughout the
city and county, and the sympathy of
the community Koes out to the sur
viving ones tn their bereavement.
MKS. KIRKPATRICK DEAD.
A telegram was received In An
derson yesterday announcing the
death of Mrs Kirkpatrick, mother of
Miss Sadie Kirkpatrick, of this citl.
) at her home in East Orange, N J.
I Miss Kirkpatrick wus called to her
home more than a week ago on ac
count of her mother's illnesB. Mian
Kirkpatrick's family will deeply sym
pathise with her in her bereavement.
MRS. MAST LAND
Mrs. Mary Land, relict of the late
Gideon W. Land, died Friday night
at the home of her daughter, Mrs. M.
F. Martin, in Greenville,' after an ill
ness of several months. She was 92
years of age. She is survived by four
children. Mrs. Land was born In the
Broadway section of Anderson Coun
ty but moved to Greenville in 1860.
The surviving children are Milton
Land, of Texas; Mik?) Land, of Bir
mingham; J. S. Land, of Columbia;
and Mrs Martin, of Greenville. She
was the grandmother of Mrs. M. E.
Allen (?nd Mrs. Malcolm Burrlss, of
this city. The funeral services will
be held in (Anderson today at th?
cemetery of the First Presbyterian
church after the arrival of the 1:15
olectrlc car from Greenville. , The
services will be conducted by the Rev.
Dr. W. H. Frazer, pastor of the
First Presbyterian church.
MRS. ELIZABETH A. RICE.
Mrs. Elizabeth Anderson Rice, the
mother of James F. Rice, of this eily,
died Saturday morning on ?ht* old
homestead, about three miles from
Hampden Sidney, Virginia, in her
81 year.
.Mrs. Rice leaves six sons, fifteen
grandchildren, and two great grand
children. The oldest son, A. C. Rice,
lives in Danville, Va. IV. T. Rice,
the second son, lives at Kerna, Texas,
the third, J. C. Rice, at Jeffres. Va.,
the fourth, J. M. Rice, at Hampden
Sidney. Va., and M. W. Rice, West
Palm Beach, Fla.
Mrs. Rice was the window of John
Thomas Rice, who was e Confederate
soldier, and nerved In Col. Booker's
regiment, of Paraville, Va., and he
died In 1872. Mrs. Rice was Miss
Crawford before marriage, and was
reared .tear Keys ville. Va.
Mr. James F. Rice, was with, his
mother for two weeks in January,
may attend the funeral. ,
Mrs. Martha Yeargin.
Mrs. Marina McGukln Yeargin.
wife of Robert Joseph Yeargin, died
ot her home at Sandy Springs Satur?
day morning ot 6 o'plock, aged 73
years. Mrs. Yeargin has been Ul fo*.
a short while only, her death being
'due to pneumonia. The funeral ser
vices will be held at the Sanday
Springj Methodist church this morn
ing at 10 o'clock and will be conduct
ed by the Rev, MT. Owen, pastor ot
that church. Interment w I be tn Bil-.
vver Brook Cemetery at 2 o'clock.
. ?Mrs. Yeargin waa a lifelong resi
dent of Anderson county. She bas
many admirable traits; was an earn
est and consistent Christian woman,
and had influence for good among
all the people who knew ber. She la
survived by her? husband, two sis-,
tera, Mrs. F. G. Massey of Belton and
Mrs. Sarah Cannon of the city . ol
Anderson and Ave children, Mrs. M.
E. Harbin< Sandy Springs, R. I.
Yeargin.'Sandy Springs, H. T. Year
gin, Atlanta, W. A. Yeargin. Prospect
church section, ind E. A. Yeargin ot
Sandy Springe.
Skinny'* Pialah.
Being a little short of material
th's week wi asked the devil to write
us a short e-ticle against the use of
slang. He did. Here lt ls:
If there ls anything that gets our
Nanny lt ls the use of slang. Soots
guys spill so much of that kind ot
dope that it la hard to get wise to
their spiel. Kids should be ppt next
by their parents that slang ls cn the
Friti and should ought to be cat out
It I had a kid that Couldn't put over
straight Stuff I would wallop the ung
out of the lobster. Skirts are/ shines,
proper, when it conies to slang. They
thing that mercy, and I should say
not sra real tough. The bose la a dish
of prunes when it comes to slang.
Hz bawls me out to a fare ye well
and I sm in Dutch from the time I
come on tho joh till haying time In
the evening. Thia Is the first thing
1 have ever wrote and If lt don't show
np in the rag I will know it ls a fliv
ver proper.?
SKINNY.
. ? ? . i Vi'. im .77. 110 1
Tho'surest, way to ?top a' cold to to
liven the liver and cleanse the bowels,
and the nicest cathartic to da thl- ?a a
10-cent box ot Cascarete. Take ene or
two Cascareis tonight and year cold
easy he gone by morning.
With The Ch
Fite?
The missionary society of the On* i
(ral Presbyterian church will meet
Monday afternoon at the church, at j
4:30 o'clock. Mr?. John Linley will
be the leader.
WorkingHeeiety.
Th? Working Society of the Central
Presbyterian church held their.month
.ly meeting last Monday - afternoon
with .Mrs. W. X. Thomson.
The Circles.
The four circles of the First Pres
byterian hurch met on Monday after-j
noon: No. 1 with Mrs. J. W. D*lck?|
son on X. Pant Street; No. t with
Mrs. J. M. Bel); No. 'J with Mrs.
George Townseno at Miss Hunter in
North Anderson, and No. 4 with Mrs.
J. D. Maxwell, Jr., and Mlas Ellie I
McCully at their home on West Mar- |
ket. AU four meetings were splendid
ly attended and were . delightfully
pleasant. The meetings were entirely
devoted.to the social feature and were
fully enjoyed by all present. ,
Senior Pails thea Parr? at Mrs. D. Ci
Brown ..
With her delightful ease and cor
diality. Mrs. D C. Brown, ably assist
ed by Mies Margaret Evans and Mrs. |
J. P. Crowther, entertained the
Fae aa *7.
\
The Palmetto Chapter, ?. D. IC.,
will meet on Tuesday afternoon at
half past three with Mrs.; Thomas
Eskew at her home just north of
town.
Miss Mary lambert ot Clinton ls
visiting Mrs. C. G. Sayre.
Mrs. . J. ,3. Baldwin and children
have returned from, a stay of several
weeks lo Columbia.
Mr. and ?rs. Trtsfcle Go to Heese
i ' y ? ; f*^pNP?
Mr. and Mrs. James L. Tr Ibbie
moved yesterday into their pretty new
bungalow on Calhoun street. . . .
Afr. Robert Hammond of Greenville
is the ?rest jof Mt?. Frederick fi'.
Maxwell. Tr
Entertained list Night. '
Mt. Charles Sullivan," Jr".>^aVer>.
taine! the members of bia Sunday,
school. ctss3'last night at adellghtf?t
little affair at his' home ba South.
Main street'. Each young man invited
a edy and ?these guests spent a very
pleasant aodfthoppy..evening. A dainty
sweet course waal-aervgd, ... . .
? ?^^gaee.. .
A delightfully pleasant and. in
formal little dance'wis give? mi Fri
day evening-at the' Rosehill: Grub.
Several charming visitors added to
the, pleasure of the<; evening- among
whom were: Misses Ellen Wilson?'. of
Greenville. Miss Bessie 'Adama ot I
Belton. Mrs. David c.'Xeal of Char
lotte, Miss Margaret Sell erk of Bea
ley*. Among- the other guests wert
Mr. std Mrs. K. p; Smith, Mr. and
Mrs. A. S, Farmer, Mr. and Mrs.
S. X. Gllmer Mr. and Mrs. C. W.
Canaey. Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Ce ly.
Slr, and Mrs. John Anderson, Mr.
nd Mrs. John Unley.
Misses Louise Gllmer, Vina Patitclt,
Alberta Farmer, Linda Thompson;
Messrs. Sam Wolfe, Bea Gos sett,
Gene Watson. T. 'P. Dickson. Clyde
Smith. Archie Todd, Phillp Willute.
Buck Barton, C. G." Garsplt. and. Dr.
Jim* MajoV. ;
: Pretty Blrthoay Party.
Little Miss Msr-f.iMurray had, a de
lightful little party this wehk In hon
or of her fourth .birthday. Tho deco
rations in accordance with'the Eas
ter season were little rabbits chfek
eno and eggs arranged so as to please
and delight the children. Aftetr a
merry round oit games a delicious
sweet course wae^fj^ved.
* V" '
Mr/ and
worth Lyle3 hav
the marriage ol
Haynesworth, "te Mr.5Frances '. Ray-1
mond Boyd on Tuesday evening,
April 27th. at 9 o'clock at the First
Baptist church, Columbi*. 8. C. At
home Cambridge, Mass.. after June
First.
Moved, te Asientos.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Baldwin. Mrs.
Susan Jervey and Miss May Jervey
have arrived Sn Anderson and sri
the guests of Mt. and Mrs. J- J.
Baldwin. They haJto taken a cottage
on Cr ayton, stnest and will go to
house keeping tjup? Yhetlrst of next,
week. Their manyfriends ire dallnht
ed that they have decide dt* cone to
Anderton. % 'y '
Mr.'and Mrs.. Caerles Gorobrill and
Mies Ann OambrHt sfSnt fae past two
days In Greenville.; The? aa Va made
the trip in their car.
Party Fer Little F^ta
Meeter It os coe Mosley. Jr.? cra
ter tsined about twenty-five of his lit
tle friends st a dellghtfnl little, party
yesterday rZUrwoon at alf. boen* on
West Whf Aler utreet. It wea the atth
birthday ot the little bott and th?
aft arnot u was happily spent playing
the games so dear to child rea's hearts,
after which a tempting sweet course
was serves.'
TtKtkClee
The Thalia Pt?a* Clab h^ld Ka reg
ular monthly inseting on - Saturday
mornifig with iaaiOtever, Mr?? ta. w.
urch Women
. 87.
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senior Phllathea Class of tb?* Baptist]
chore last Thu rada y In ber hotte on |
North Main straft. After a alfy rt bus*
lness session of the class, st which the
Intensely interesting contest between
[the Baraca's ano Phllathea's as to the
beet average attendant during the
month of April was discussed briefly,
a social hour was enjoyed during
which Mrs . Chambers and Mba Parki
gare several selections-on the violin
and plano. The guests were thea' In
vited into the dining room by Mrs.
Frank Bolt, .where ,the . welome
friend of summer day lee ' tee, was
charmingly served by Mesdames Ray
mond Cochran. M. C. Monroe, Walter
Wilson, and Misses .Tallulah Crow
ther sad Alberta Brock. Among the
invited guests were Mrs. McFall, Mrs.
W. E. Masters, and Miss Bessie Trlb
ble.
Missionary Society.
The Missionary Society, of St.
John's church will meet Monday afr
terncon at four o'clock'with Mr?.
E. E. Elmore on Greenville.
Cake Hale.
The Senior Phllathea Class of the
First Presbyterian church will have a
I cake sale on Saturday and will take
take orders for any kinds of cakes.
Chambers. After a'theory lesson, the
class discussed American'composers.
The following program was render
ed to illustrate' the- pleailng composi
tions of Americans fo rthe primary
classes of music:
"Airy Fingers."-Lula Hilhouse.
"Daisy Chain."-Elizabeth Dlwer.
"Old Lang Syne. "-Elizabeth D?r
V0I**
"Touch. Me Net."-Mildred Hatch
er.
"Drum and Trumpet."-Mildred
Hatcher.
."Joy of the Hunt."-Agatha Spell
man.
Papesj-"Cecilia Chamanade." fol
lowed by one . of her compositions
Helen Little'.
At the cvonclusion of the program
Mrs. Chambers served delightful re
freshments.
Delightful * Surprise Party.
The friends of Miss Irle Cooper de
lightfully surprised her on Thursday
evening st her home, in the form of
a party. Several hours were pleas
antly spent playing games and a cake*
contest-was engaged-in after which
ref reshmen ts, were : served.
Tbe following invitations were is-?
sued: . o . - ? .. . .
There irto be a-"Parcel Post" Party,
On this Thursday,
At the hdrnh bt a gtrl, ?ft .
Who is fairv tooleev :
Tis'quite ? eurprl&e,
So,if yod are wise . ? ,
Ten will ba iher^pjpjnpt
With a package cf alta.
For Miss Iris Cooper, 140 Pr?vost
street, at Eight o'clock, April 8,
gltlfc .. . . h
V IVA NOTES
Dr. J. j?. Motffett, president of
the Due West Seminary spent ajfew
hours In town Thursday on business.
Mrs. E. .?. Cureton 6f Mooreland,
Ga., ia.the guest Gils week of her
sister. Mri. W. w. Beaty.
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Frank Mc
Gee and Miss Jennie Wldeman left
Saturday lp. their car for a,?hort vis
it to relatives in Abbeville.'
Mles Annie Beaty la spending the
week in Anderson, the1 guest of Mrs.
ji. E. Watson. >
> Iva waa well represented Friday
at Fielda Day in Anderson, and the
Iva -ihih Schcol carried oft several
prizes and blue ribbon.
Miss Nan. Forney of Anderson waa.
in town a short while Saturday.
Mrs: J.E. Brownlee, who has been
spending the winter months with her
suter, Miw. M. B. Clinkscales Of
Due West, hos returned home.
Misa Fannie Lee Campbell of An
derson spent* last week with her sis
te*. Mrs, wy H. Hanks.
~Kiav. .8. J,. Hood left Friday to aH
tend a meeting of tbs A. R. P. Pres
bytery, which convenes at Long Cane
church In Abbi ville county.
Miss Jennie W'idemao, teacher o
the Varennes school was a visitor In
towu Friday night:
Mr. T. c. Jackson aad SOD, T. C.
Jr., hare returned from a abort visit ]
to 8partanburfl.
Mrs. W. Tv Bu?rlss,and daughters.
Jfieees Bertha and Florida, spent the
week-end with Vdlatlvts ia Ander-,
sba.
Mr. Milton Sherard waa a business
?sitar lo Ai>d erasa Sturday.
Miss Kata Ramflsy spent ths week
end with relaUics *n Anderson.
Miss Maggie Thompson hss return
ed from a few days stay with rela
tives in Seneca.
Mrs. Lem Held was shopping in An
derson Saturday. , ..vs.
KT. Robert. Smith, ot'?teeanvllle,
visited:,At the home of Dr: J, D, WU
.cm Ff Id-ry night, V, ;i
Animen.
John Anderson, j^y p, Joh?,
When we were hrsf acqacnt ,
Toar Ibeks were like the raven,
jY?wt bonnie brow was brent.
But cow year bw*r ls bald, John;
Tour locks are Wke the scow,
But blvseinge ,o? yttar treaty pew.
John Anderson, my Jo.
< \ r . . ;
John Anderson, my-ie.?jfohn,
Wa clamb the Kill dhHttaar.
And mony a canty day. Joshs.
Wet-? had wi' ene anuker.
Now we mann totter down. Jean.
: Bat hand ia hand well co
-Robert BuroB.
"Our youth we can have but today;
Wo may always lind time to grow old."
So wrote Bishop Berkley, lt is natural io suppose that
the good bishop had in mind clothes as well as other things,
for it is unquestionably true that "just clothes" will make
the prettiest face and figure look old and ugly.
There are no old clothes in our shop. Whether for
pretty maid or matron of mature years, there's a touch here
.and there that adds youthfulness and freshness, so much' de
sired by woman.
Monday, and next week, spells opportunity for you in our
Ready-to-Wear arrd Millinery Departments, for we've pre
pared a VbagffuU" of unusual .bargains that are'-without
equal in goodness of quality and style.
A manufacturer sends us a shipment pf new suits, under
priced, that we are passing On to you under*priced; along
with these we add our own stock; This is a splendid oppor
tunity to get "young" clothes at ? lrttle/prfce:
. ? ' ?.'; *'~ .. 1- -?..'.iV ? ? .
$12.50 Suits at .$ 9.40/| $??..0O Suits at $16.00
$25.00 Suits at $18.75 j $27.50 Suits at $20,58
$30.00 Suits at I $22.50 j $$>.O0 Suits at $20.85
Colors: Navy, Copen, Green, SajfcctfPutty and Black.
Materials: Serge, Gaberdine, Sil?;^ri, Covert Cloth, etc
Sizes: 15, 16, i8, 36, 40 andj4?.
Also a lot of Silk, Linen,;;Voj5e 'and Organdie Dresses at
1-4 Off. . :U: ' ' .? >f ?
MILLINERY
All Pattern Hats 1-3 OffF
. - .' ? ?
Not a great many io choose frca; but every one a beauty J
r~there'?? one for you.
Business In these departments next ?week witt be fast and
large. Those who.come first have full :assortmenfii:tb Select
from. Hadn't you better be one of the firs' : ?*1 *
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