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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 24 May 1914

Look om Page 13, Section Two of "?ELJNIO?SI next Tuesday for Elect m ? ,. < Pep ... Announcement ... Ir jan Exe han gc Proposition SOtrMERN PUBLIC UTILITIES CO. SSA ,' .? fe ooo o o o o ooo o o o o i f|?:(| ^ o o o o o o o o o o THE VETERANS ARE GOM?NGI ^ o o o o o o o o o o o oo o o ooo o o o o o oo o o o r ' | ? * ? '? . ?' I TO YHE PEOPLE OR ANDERSON: The reunion optjpB Wednesday, Many veterans will begin arriving here Tuesday afternoon. The Central Committee will appreciate it it the owr :rs of automobiles, who can do so, will help us get,the various veterana to thv-.r homes. If you can help, boon hand Tuesday afternoon and Wednesday morn ing. We will need all, the help we can possibly get, aa the SndlcaUonss point to a record crowd here; With regard to homes. If you can make a sacrifice'and let us place a veteran with you, we shall greatly appreciate lt. We badly need homes. If you cannot take care, of a veteran except in case of emergency, but would be willing to do so then...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 24 May 1914

Thos. F. Cartwright, Sr L C SMITH M B TYPEWRITER Best- made and we pr?te lt. We ? ?." r?? rannes of rebuilt und '?...ii.i bund typewriters. Quallig best, Price lowest. J. E. CRAYTON & CO. ( ox Stationery Company *TT?oe*l Agents C VERY ' effect hat its cause. A 1 *-' lifetime of musical pleasure is but | li ic namrai sequence of that supreme | care and attention which marka every step in the building of an IVfeRS & POND Piano There isn't any "perhape?? about ^ft?f 4nh years must vindicate such ' conscientious effort with service of the most pronounced gratification. And such service comprehends not alone the nearest approach to perfection of tone, but also a grace of outline and finish in perfect harmony with unap proached musical esceUeSiCe. ' Du? Easy Payrneztitegfca bring* ??4?CT> &' Pond within the reach of all. CA. REED PIANOS ORGAN CO.; Anderson, S. C. -_ ATTRACTIVE VACA TIONS^ J. i ?' i . . v NIAGARA FALLS, CANADA, The BEAUTIFUL NEW ENGLAND COFNTRY A.ND NEW YORK...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 24 May 1914

You'll Need An EXTRA HAT Maybe you'll want it Monday, or onje day next week. We are sure you'll find % ?S?I tr t. OUR the very best place in towri to make^your bill. Yes terday we got in two shipments of untrimihed H?ts Flowers, Ribbons, etc*, just as new and Vpretty; aft can be-then we've got the trimmer to make 'em up like you want .'em made. -S^?dAL A few hats left from early showing that you can buy at surprising prices, in fact you'll find through^ out this'department'price reductions that are worth taking advantage of J COME MONDAY, ?\lf Afiv F^anr Moore-Wilson Co. .?^ ^^^^ The Mc^j^^ Vertical ^te^^iKl The world's x.acknowledged .standard.:. .The Mower that requires fjewest repairs and that w?l give longest life of satisfactory servic?. Th? McCormick Vertical Lift Mower is the practical machine for all kinds of grass cutting? it has hecn especially designed for cutting on rough and stum py ground? where a regular lift Mower could not be used to advantage. Buy the best. THE McC...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 24 May 1914

THOMPSON'S SHOES FOR WOMEN Shoes like hats must be not only becoming and styl ish, but comfortable. Your foot troubles go off when Thompson's Shoes go on. We have a pair here espec ially for you. New Colonial Pumps and Oxfords to fit any foot. $1.00 to $4.00 THOMPSON'S THE ONE PRICK SHOE STORE WE SK EL FOR CASH ONLY 1 ? Wi: BUT VoiTii find ii nice and cool in the North Anderson Park. il you can't come yourself bring the children, it will do them good. 'Town & Country" Paint ?gl i? the most durable and ecouo mical paint. A little higher per gallon but cheaper by tho job. Anderson Paint and Color Co. Bleckley Bldg. Phone 647 mons, former worlds champion heavy weight pugilist, wu8 sued for divorce today in the circuit court by Mrs, Ju lia Fitxslmmons, who alleges that her husband threatened to kill her when ?he left him tn July 1910, and says she fears that unless restrained by tba court he will carry out his threat. CHRYSANTHEMUMS our selection ^ fie each, 25c per 6 ' NINEO VARIET...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 26 May 1914

1861 SECTION ONE Special Reunion Nunift^ to the V. C. V. PAGES 1 to 8 1914 VOL. 1, NO. 111. Weekly, EwUbllshed I860; PaJlr,Jaa. 18, 191?. ANDERSON. S. C, DAY MOANING, MAY 26, 1914. PRICE FIVE CENTS $5.00 PER ANNUM f?0? THESPl BLEST BE THE TIE . , . fliest be tbc tie that binds Our hearts In Christian love; The fellowship of Madreo, minds Is like to that above Before our Father's, throne We pour our ardent prayers; Our tears, uar bopytt, our aims are one Our comforts and our earea We a hare our mutual woes Our mutual burdens bear And oft for each other flows Our sorrow and our tears When we asunder part It gives us Inward nain.. But wo shall be joined in heart And hope to me^t again Thia glorious hope ravives Our courage by'the way While each in expectation lives And longs to see the day .From sorrow? toil and pain, And sin we ?hall be free And perfect love and. friendship reign . Through all eternity "Forsooth, it may delight thee hereafter to remember these things." Thus wrote Virg...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 26 May 1914

SPEGIAL IRIS ARE COMING EVERY HOUR ..I?.;., ? - CITY WILL TODAY? INVAD ED BY VETERANS AN ADVANCE GUARD All Pkn? Complete Far Taking CWT? of tho Veterans ami Pro g?sm la Perfect Everything ia In readiness for ta,t Big Reuolou. Thc veterans will be gin arriving In thc city before uooi today and many have already come A special car will arrive lior?( a 11:W) from Greenville at 1:25. a npec lal train of nix coaches troui Beek lilli, Btackaburg und pointa between will come over,?tc lllue Uldge. special car from Columbia and Or ungoburg wili ?: tu late thia after noon, and ea. ea?o| t was being madi late lear, night to work up a special car fran Suaatt* and Florence. In quiry nudo rv# 'Me information Bureau at tho Cham^rf erf Commerce late last night,, tike oaegu'helug opon till ll was that no- reliaos estimate as to tht nunite* ?J delogata? was obtainable. Provision bee i noe- been mado foi mora than 700? delegates.' the largesi in the bhrtery of the city, exceeding the Bundey : school c...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 26 May 1914

INTELLIGENCER WANT ADS. GET RESULTS FOR SALE tor Salo-Cane Seeri, unknown, iron, red-ripper and pole eat peas. Also home, raised corn. Write us for iirires Di W. ? J. E. Baukulght, Walhalla, S. C. 5-2016tp LOST ~~ !..<" .' Ov.o bt|Qc6 keva, with Coca-Co la opener. Return to this office. C-aj?, it. ESTRAYED Strayed-My Jersey Cow has stray . II horn my resilience on E. Orr street a fr? in. Phone any informa tion or call at 412 E. Orr St-A. h. Welsch? Phouc 366. 5-2C-3t : WANTS WANTER-Position by college stu dent during summer' months- Will cnnstd?t any proposition. Address X, care Intelligencer. 6-30-6t Wanted-To call special attention to our galvanized Steel Watering Troughs 'for Horses, Cows, and Hogs. ?Best, strongest, cleanest and most durable trough made. Dlv ver Rooting Co., "The Shop With a Reputation.'* THC MIBOET-Trial 2:16-7 years old. The fastest and best ' bred horse you ever had a chance to breed to. Will be in tho stud at Davis Bros. Stables. Fee 16.00. POLITICAL ANNO...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 26 May 1914

THE AilObRSO? 1 HIE LL? 6 Elf C E R Founded Auguttt 14, 1860 I? Horth Mala Mml AHDEBSOir, 8. 0. WILLIAM BANKS - - Bdltorl W. W 8MOAK - BoslntM Manager Sahn ml ?ccor?iug tc Act ot Can ema aa Second Claas Mall Matter at Es Postoffice at B. C. PaWlshed Evoir Morning ?leapt Monday Jaard-Weekiy Edition on Taasahy and Friday Mornings ti, . -i ?tail-Weekly Edition-fl 50 per Tear. Dally Edition-$5.00 per annum; 13.69 for Six Months; $i.2o for Whree Months. IN ADVANC1 ri- 11 Member of the Associated Press and Receiving Complete Dally Telegraphic Sendee ????ni ..i.. - A large circulation than any other raw*paper in thia Congressional Dis erte*_ nLBPHOIIIBl Edltortal ?..?... 1S7 Bsa lassa Office.Ml Job Printing ----- -aft-L Local News. tS7 Society News ..... 821 The Intelligencer la flelivered hy carrtera la the etty. If yon fall to gal your paper regularly pisase notify aa. Opposite your name on label of your paper ls printed data to which your paper ls pals. All cheeks and drafts shoals ba d...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 26 May 1914

in the Way We live Today Com I I . I iii. ll' Mi I Ul i pared With Fifty Years Ago. In the '60s we lived on "hog and hominy," but today we liV? on the fat 'Sf the land. That is why it costs so much to live. * Mai&f?wt is Through His Stomach." HIGH CLASS EATABLES FOR THE CONFED ERATE REUNION Fresh Shipment of Hams, (guaranteed) . 20c lb Ferris Sliced Breakfast Bacon. . 35c lb Sliced Beef. . . 50c lb FRESH VEGETABLES Fresh Snap Beans . ........ ? ... 31bsfor25c New Irish Potatoes. .50c peck Fresh Squash . . .... Sc lb Cucumbers .. . 2 for 5c Home Grown Cabbage . . . . . . 3?lb Fresh Ripe Tomatoes. .... .124 lb CANNED VEGETABLES Ferndell Tiny Sweet Beets. . .." 15c can Ferndell Asparagus Tips. . . 25c can fi Ferndell Spinach. .15c can ff C*?_-J~11 C_?. 1*.7_J_1-1- T%- 1B. I- v.o^wwB m*rww+?*>m ffiumiV A C?Mf . . . . . IWV ??OMI Ferndell Sweet Corn . . .2 for 25c CANNED FRUITS Ferndell Lemon Cling Peach . . . . .3 for $1.00 M?rrii?K Glory. Peach . .. 25c can ("Whitecap" Pineapple...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 26 May 1914

LEGAL NOTICES i- mmt r ? NOTICE. An Act to Ilcgulutc Hie operation of traction engines on cr ucross public bridges of Anderson County: Section 1. Operation of traction en gines across public bridges in Ander son county, regulated. Be it enacted by the General Assembly of thn State of Mouth carol I nu; that from and after the passage of this act, any person, firm or corporation, using or causing to be used, any traction engine or en Kines, on or across the bridges on thu P'.ibHc highways in Anderson County, shut! in crossing any of tue said bridges, place upon the surface of ?aid bridge pieces of timber not less than two inches thick und twelve inches wide, on which said timbers the sula engines muy pass mid cross the sula bridges. . . . . ' DAMAGES. Section 2.-Any person, firm or cor poration who shall violate the provis ions of Section 1 of this act, shall be Hubie to tho Kidd County, for all dam ugea done to any bridge therein. The above act was passed at the 1914 session of the G...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 26 May 1914

L Anderson C Before a large and fashionable au dience that rilled the college audito rium lari evening, ten diplomas were handed to os many young ladles at the finale ot the. second annual com mencement of Anderson College. Thoso who graduated follow: Misa Lucile Burrlss, Leola George, Marie Elma, and Ethel Knight with the de gree, pf bachelor of arts; Misses Jea nette,. Aiken, Kate Robinson, Miriam Weeks and Mrs. R. E. Watkins, pi anoforte; Mire Marie Elma, aiut in expression, and to Utile Miss Hellen Allep, the class mascot, the degree of the sweetest little mia? tn South Carr olin*? Those graduated were ahowored with .applause and surfeited with flowers add the entire program was interesting from start to finish. In vocation waa made hy tho Revi J. W. Speake and Misa Caro Bfa4hppi and Miss Marguerite Henry sang Neid lingera "At Porting" bi a most cap tivating manner. Following thia du et, Misa Ethel Knight read the clasp history and Miss Lucile Burrlss de livered the claaa prophe...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 26 May 1914

PECIAL REUNION PROGRAM WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY the PALMETTO THEATRE as Follows: At WEDNESDAY CONFEDERATE Vb ! BRANS REUWQ&-Special feature ol the recent Reunion at Jac ksonville. I ! II: BATTLE Or VERA CRUZ -Offlhtf the latest Mexican War pictures. ..JURYING THE DEAD MARINES--Showing the burying oi the dead marines killed in the Battle of Vera Cruz. I HE INDIANA HONOR-Kalem-Drama. This program should appeal to all Veterans. See the difference in warfare now and what it was in the Sixties. THURSDAY THE BA?TLE OF SHiLOVV- IN FOUR BIG REELS. This is one of the Gieatesl War Dramas ever shown on the screen. Depicting in the most realistic manner, one ot thc Great Battles of the Civil War. THE WINNER WINS. Vita-raph. Drama. THE BATTLE OF SHILOH is one o? historic fame, and has been enacted into movies. As near as possible, taking standard history for the scenes as they appear. I 'ONT MINN IT. IO? EVEKYBODY THE MAN THAT PUT THE MO VU I IV MOVIES GEIS BE ? O'S SHOES FIRST, LAST AND ALWAY...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 26 May 1914

Ti?csday rVWnmg, frUy 26, 19?4. THE ANDERSON DAILY INTELLIGENCER IVU?E FIFTEEN, I-L , ,)',!_iUMlJJiJiLl? IIIJ ..I. 'Uj,LJLX..? lllii^BBBBBaaa^ ?III 11 .'? .H*. Xl .. y i.U UM.' " -'iUJl'J .JiiaggggBBBBBl^lU-. 1..?SgggBgB-gWBBBHBaB i ij ! "?Tifc DONT NEGLECT YOUR TEETH I 5 ff M C5 VERYONE ought to exert every effort to save his or her ?h?SrJrjnjJ' m M mW TLa teeth. If they are already gone, the question is how t > replace them. ffl ?B! SBBBBBBBBB * . We aced but recommend yo? to [Jf? The I* ts that Uls seas- j We Call dO thiS fOr yOU. an, of ?r.phh^ to caviare J| gr of th? b*?t to kare ,??r te** at- REMEMBER~our prices are lowest for which good work can be done. Look over our you th?t ,?Ur teeth ?HI receive S traded to. ? . . % jW| a prices for Dental Work. All material used in bur office we guarantee to be the best that tn? proper atteatiea ?ere. m In sprlagttae ea* Is at hi? er her 4 '"^L''"* ' 3^ J* ? physical best. The weather l?n't m?Uey Can buy. ^ Il jaar teeth are caut?n* j...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 26 May 1914

THE ANDERSON DAILY INTELLIGENCER Moms** M?, ae, m*. S?il. Before you Buy Ask "Dugan" Why Anderson v"-T^ ^^-w- j^r. Bleckley Building ANDERSON, S. G . Phone 647. TWO HISTORIC DOCUMENTS Wada Hampton's Eloquent Bfipl? to Sherman's Inf antons Letter. Tho following correspondence be tween Oeneral Sherman, the modern Duke . of Alva, and General Wade Hampton should be of interest to the young men, not only of the South, but or the North aa well. It shows some thins of the fina end des**eratc deter mination of the Confederate soldiers to protect the honor of the Southern ? ladles evan at tbe risk ot war to the death. The incident to whioh allusion ls made by General Hampton lu thia corres pondence was an outrage committed at Feaaterville by a lieutenant la . Sherman's army, who waa soon after wards shot for lt. He killed the father of the house and the outru*,o which followed left the daughter a white haired imbecile. It is because of outrages like this that Southern men cannot understand w...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
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