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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 12 May 1914

BEGIN SEARCHING FOR THE VETERANS HOMES AT LEAST 600 VISITORS MUST BE CARED FOR COMMITTEE PLANS i City Has Been Divided Into Dis tricts and Worker ? Will voss Ho?:?e to House Dividing tho pUy into four diutrictB. | ku.ns II H3 tho southeastern, southwest ern, northeastern and northwestern ami appointing four strong teams each! componed of ludios ami geutltnen, moruben; respectively of thc different] Chapters of thc Daughters of the Con lcd< racy ?nd the chamber , of com merto. thc housing committee of the chamber of commerce having in charge tito securing of from 600 to 800 bods for Confederate voterans, got down to real business at the joint inrMing held yesterday at itue chant; brr ol t'nmmerce, and attended, by all] of tho members of the joint commit tee. Thc committee feelB sure .that the people of Anderson will take care of the veterans, and sec that they-are entertained and they anticipate little trunble lb securing bornes .for the voterans during'their-two days short Clay h...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 12 May 1914

IEE KNDERS8HISTEL?MBOE? roused 1B8C IM north Mala Street ANDERSON? 8. C WILLIAM BANKS - - Bdttor W. W Bli O AK . Business Manager >?< -I ?rtercd According to Act of Con-! .ross gs 'Second Class Mali Matter at OM Peatofflce at Anderson, 8. C. Pabllsried Brerr Morning Except Mondar Sssnl-Weekly Edition on Tuesday and Friday Mornings 1-Weekly Edition-fl bO per Tear. Dalry Edition-f6.00 per annum; 88.6? for Six Months; $1.26 for Three Di ADVANCB SS?wb?r O* th? Aa??O??tc? Fi on? sud Receiving Complete Dally Telegraphic Service A large circulation than any other fewepsper In this Congressional Dis trict TELEPHONES? 5*!ter!c? - . Business Offlee Job Printing local News Society Newe - 837 - ttl -Off-L 827 - 821 The intelligencer la delivered by carrleii In the city. It yea fail to Cot your paper regularly please notify oe. Opposite your name on label of your paper ls printed data to which tour paper ls paid. All cheeks and drafts should be drawn to The Andsr In?elligencer. The Weather...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 12 May 1914

. EXTRA SPECIAL! . 12 LS Bleached Muslin, y ard-wide, no better 12 1.2e Muslin made? IO YAR] Limited-aoi . f. i Women's Pine Under . i muslins, Night) Gowns, Petticoats, Etc., values up to $1.00, May Bale 47c PRIG I i!?> T ! ? ? $2.00 Rcaay-to-wcar and Tailuied lien? ipr 1 ? Wojmen and Children. Mair Sale. j 98c j \ ijadlos' Straw add Racine Hate, values up .ft* . to fl 00. May Sale 48cc ? Special Purchase of 200 Ladies Skirts Values np fco QQ Values up to $5.00 to $5.00 A wonderfiiljasoorhnent from which'to choose. TH?^ostjfi^sirkble nevy models. | brought oiit this" season iii piain black and navy Serges, also the y new mixtures and pla ids. A greaj bargen?! - HJ. .?..'i J, Ml i -L -f 12 l-2c Ribbed (Vests, women's extra size. Ribbed Vests, low heck and sleeve less, taped neck armholes, ail sizes, 12 l-2c value, special, each Children's Hats 50c mu mrislH taaTi 50p { i i I j '. andi 75c values. May 3al< 29c. li I I 25c Bleached .Turkish rowels; Hemmed.'Extra Large Size. May ...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 12 May 1914

THE GRAVE OF Th* Gres? Statesman h Buried In Citadel Sanare-A charleston ls not only a city of memories but a elly of monuments as ?eil. Old K?rt Sumter und Fort Moultdle are monuments to the valor of Carolinians, abd tlx steeples of St. Michale's and St. Phillip?1 are tito Moultrie aro monuments to the valor of these valient people. Bbt there are other monuments here, and these ucek to hand down to tito future generations tho naines of inen wno bsve msde the hiHtory or the' state more glorious. Where then* sro so many illustrious dead, lt ls proper to tell of two or throe typieal monuments here, just to show that in honoring the inornory of Wade Hamp ton Mlhe people of thc Htato wore but conforming to precedent. Ca!h"un'!< Graf?. Ohe of thc Brat things to attract thc attention of the visitor to CharlcKton is tko monument on Marion square, erected by the people of the stat? In raetdory. of John C. Calhoun. It wan recalled by the press nt that time of tien. Bampton's funeral that ...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 12 May 1914

CIEIS. MAX Warrior Suleiman-Seminole an eridu burg-Sketch by the 1 Cohan] Gen. Maxcy Gregg, before the war. WBB a lawyer of note, aa waa abm hts father. James Gregg, BBQ. He was boro and reared ia Columbia, living; in a house built tyr^ ftcteer. th what was then a forests ?Sw? deer ran wild, now Senate Street, near the1 State House and old Trinity church, j Mr. Gregg gave the. inti. on which Trinity ls built, ?od o? *oed*JLou that the graveyard ^dwsld AOs JM> continued on this side o|. tt? rasar sh. satt was just In Ceo?}, off ssl house, isere his quiet ni Waacs! was- spent and . his early- yeats assisse* tels, meaba od, and here his sated wag Imbued*ith those high) prtesietea ot honor and right wbkh afterwards made him the noble man he waa. H may be said that be was aa erlgiaai aacessionisi -almost a nuJJtler, aa la- tis youth he heartily endorsed the nullification proceeding of 1*82. He waa rn 1852 the bead and .mis ot the- opposition to co~operatie& la that memorable campa...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 12 May 1914

* H* H* ^f* ^f* ^ ^ ^i* 4* ^ ^* ^ ^ * * ELECTRIC CIT * _ * Items of Interest and Persons * Wireless on the St **** .** "e^ ? ^f* 4* ^ *^ ^T* ? 4* ' Baptists Ordained Two ?w O flic iu ls. interesting exercises w??re hold ut lite First Baptist Church lust Sunday night when J. A. Brock an I '.*. ti. t'linksf i'!?B were ordained dr neons o? thc church, H. R. Ki'-.* has also boen sleeted deacon hut h.* was mu J! the city. Tl.'- exercises Sun 1 ty ni?;r.t v.eic cOndreted hy Revs. O. L. Mar til;, W. W Leathers. John V. \ ines, J". H. Burrlss and O L Orr ?nd Wyr? wy impressive anl very in t i'4'.tlng- ^ larne congregt'tlo'i wtt ncssi d il?e m i vice. -o Atkin* Md With Singing. A request lias been issued thut all tile signers of the city, willing to as sist in the concert to foe given the Con federate veterans here, gather at the Baptist church at t! o'clock this even ing for the rehearsal. It is planned] lo have the voices as well trained us possible by the time' the great event arrives and...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 15 May 1914

SEMI-WEEKLY EDITION OF ' -fi??S%r..... VOL. 1, NUMBER 81. fr?eklj. ?RUbIb)b*d J8*t DaUr, Ja?. 1?, 1914, ANDERSON, S. C., TUESDAY MORNING? APRIL 21, 1914. PRICE FIVE CENTS. $5.00 PER ANNUM. WILL THE1 VNlttoFi^tES RAISE THE EMBARGO AT TAMPICO? ! I SERIOUS QUESTIOJN ThK Government Will Have To Decide That Matter In a Very Few Hoare Now 1 f ? ? (By Associated Press) Washington. May 13.-First formai steps in tee program of mediation in the Mexican problem were taken here .today when Justic Lamar and Fred erick W. Lehmann, together with their secretary H. Percival Dodge, who will represent the United States, paid their respects to the three South American envoys who havo undertaken by dip lomacy to solve the Mexican question. Reports were current that strong pressure would be brought to bear on the constitutionalists from several quarters after the expected victory at Tampico,, to get them to participate in the mediation. A Soldier Murdered. Secretary Garrison cabled General Funston at Ve...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 15 May 1914

Tuberculosis Ht Diagnosis, Treatment and Cur? JFrae i MEW TREATISE ON TUBERCULOSIS By FREEMAN HALL, M. D, Thia valuable medical book Vii? In rlaln, simple i langusae now rirtx-rculoul* cari bo fund In ?our awn borne, lt yon kn jw of nny ono sulterlng- fifim ; TnU'iTiiludlB, Catarrh, Rroncblt;?. Anthnm ?ir any ' Ihroat or Inn? trouble ?r cr youmcll nilli. I. .1. I thia book vrill brl|i yon. Km. lt iou an? In tba advanced Bia??ot Uro dlst-aKo and mal tbrrc la na ! bop?, lt will (Detract yon how other?, with lt* aid, : rcirc.1 lli. niB. lv.n ?lu i .ill remedir? tiled bud (.ill. J, ?Od Ute jr believed Ibotr caao luira-lasa. r> ? Writ?. .? mace to the Yonkermen Co" ?44t I Rot o S t.. Kalamazoo. Mich., they ?ill ?ladle Mad yan th? book by return mall FREE and .?*. a ?ea?roa* ?apply of the new Treatment ab. .stetetr Free, for they ?rant you to havo thia) Wonderful remedy brion- lt la too lal*. IVm't wait ?rite today, it may meau Ure ervine ot your Uftb To Stay Well Keep The Blood Right ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 15 May 1914

?liv?yt preferred Iwaim pf th? thorough tibial If Interested writ? ter INTIME CAS IT _i?i^ei.taf^?t o^??7_ MIC StfUj ? ' "'-Li Five Dollar Tur the largest Water Melon grown 1 SON, KLEKLEY SWEET and SON.TE lien, MM eral hundred packages of three he given free to any of our farmer frlei Fant's Bc Tl FARMERS ANI ...BA] ari \ The Farmers Lc Will bc pleased to discount from running from ?50 to jaoo eacli niontlis of October and Nov?m! Why we want Small Accounts Do yon realize that a hundred small accounts make a bank stronger than a dozen ?.rgo ones ?.ven if they uggregute the sam? total of deposits? Thai's why wo are constant ly Keeking new customers. , We want aa wide a circle ot friends ami i'm,lomera as possible. Of coarse, large Demounts are Welcome, too, for ur pur pose Lo serve ALi. ?. e. Hut we want men and women of limited means to know that litis bank is willing to accept their deposits and give them tho Advantage of our advice and ev ery facility of the institution. Jf you arc...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 15 May 1914

THE ANDERSON INTEtU6ENGEfl Founded August 14, 1H60 .V 1M North Bala Binti ANDERSON, 8. C. WILLIAM BANKS - - Sdltor W. W H MOAH - FuBlneBi Manager ?fettered According to Act ot Con gress mn Second Class Mall Hatter at Cae Pos to fBce at Anderson, 8. O. Pabllshed Btety Morning Except "T&nday ?tenl-Weekly Edition on Tuesday and Friday Mornings (fcenl-Weekly Edition-$1 60 par Year. Dally Edition-96.00 per annum; .?.60 for Six Months; fl.26 tor Vb ree IN ADVA NC H Member of the Associated Press and Haeelving Complete Delly T?l?graphie A large circulation than any other rasrspsper In this Conuresalonal Djs TILEPUOlfKHi Watorlal - . T" - - - in Business Office ------ 111 Job Printing.-Of?-L Looal News. 127 Society Newe.121 The Intelligencer ls delivered by carriers in the olty. If yoa tall to gat your paper regularly pleaaa notify SU Opposite your name on label, your paper 1B printed data to whlchj Mar papor ls paid All cheeks and ?m?M should be drawn to The Andef affs* Intelligenoer. ...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 15 May 1914

I ^ XVlUSll ^ Unppec( f? Wehav? NUALMAY! A) biggest and h ? In point of va (Sa i ? lr have never bi ? ^OOe?O m nt .. der weat ? I r A In our Jam J not much at f> Unde^arJ Bronze, Gal vii lVIay W? .--- ^'"'MIUV n Anderson* S. ?ie *c * * * * * * * * * * < i * GREENWOOD * ********* * * * * 3 Oreen wood, May, 12.-Mr. John 1 X Chfpley leaves today for Roanoke, Va. > where he goes to compete in a handl cap ?hoot with many of tho bea marksmen of the Southern States. Val . uable prisca are offered. Local . tans will be glad to knot that Livingston, the big twirler, ba signed with tbV Greenwood team fd the coming season. * ?/lf mgat??l fa* played several practice games and wll he in good condition when tue seasoi opens. Other players are expected t sign up witiw? the^nejct few.days. Friends of Col.jRJli K*BiOmSfjmU ! regret to know hsi%*fcf jCK Iii for several da$rn. While, he ls atti confined to his bed his . condition I improved to~dsv. . ?> f MK Kenneth BalA'J&loJfeCftj Co...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 15 May 1914

BRISSEY CAME TO THE RESCUE Will Aid n> Getting the Textile Night Class to Clemson Col leg? Next Saturday (From Thursday's Daily.? P. M. Burnett, secretary o? tue An derson Y. M. C. A. said last nljtht that W. L. Drlssey had certainly com? lo the resi n, o? the mill boys in splendid style and thal h<* appreciated Mr. llrissey's assistance, us do * . members of the textile school. The plana for taking tl.fe night school to Clemson college Saturduy, have been underway for over a mont:) and Mr. Burnett had no Idea tliut be would meet with any difficulty in se curing eonugh automobiles to carry the Ides! people over to the inst it utton, but when lie went to work to get tbs promise of curs, be wus dlsapoinr. ed time after time and soon found thai he was not going to have half ehtfftjgh cars to carry the ir.o.young .tuen plan ning to make thc trip. When Mr. Briasey learned of this statu of affair* he straightway volun teered to lend hi? enormous Packard automobile truck truck for th...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 15 May 1914

THE COST OF Cl RUNS UP mn New York May 13.-the recent pub lieut iou, of the varioue college ath lette association's financial associa lion's financial statement brings viv id ly to mind again the largo sums a money received end expended in th course of a year for the suppport o varsity sports and competitions whicli because of thc popular favor and at traction, not only pays for themselves but carry the burden of others where in thc expenditures are far in exc?s of all receipts sud subscriptions. Some years sgo, during the perlot whoa Too ball was subjected to a blt ter attack, a famous defender of tin game declared boldly that that foot ball, despite all the sins that wer? vharged against it, made possible al th3 college sports which the reform era were constanly comparing with tin gridiron game, much to the latter": detriment. That there has been inti nctchangc in th? situation in recen reasons is cleirly evinced by the cur rent athletic association's financial re ports. Football ...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 15 May 1914

"Not Hot / :: :: :: BUT :: ' rn* The best values we've ever those new arrivals i SUITS At $10.00 and Si Also Some New REGAL OXFOR ...Leathers... $4 $4.SO i May We Show Them t R. W. TVifa THE UP-TO-DATE CLOT! Anderson, S. C. ELECTRIC CITY SfARKLETO . * Items of Interest and Personal Mention Caught Over the' * Wireless on the Streets o? Anderson * I o. - ? -Twr~. IK TO;JIV?I'|''*"<I Vi??;- .i t?. # * * * * (Prom. Thursd \ In Held Tomorrow. ' Manv nlans are being made for the ? Andersen ?n.Ky ah:?? T.'bjch ir tc >ake place tomorrow. It is under stood that a number of fond parents liave already entered their youag hopefuls and it is expected that still more will come in ?arly thia morn ing. The show is to' be held at the ?f.'i Anderson chamber of commerce and during lae afternoon ice cream and cake will be served free. A numil ad mission is to bc. Charged at the door and a small amount w'll be required before a baby may be entered in the t ontest. Indication? arc i aa* thia will &...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 19 May 1914

SEMI-WEEKLY EDITION OF ' -fi??S%r..... VOL. 1, NUMBER 81. fr?eklj. ?RUbIb)b*d J8*t DaUr, Ja?. 1?, 1914, ANDERSON, S. C., TUESDAY MORNING? APRIL 21, 1914. PRICE FIVE CENTS. $5.00 PER ANNUM. SENATOR 1 MAKES ? AS TO HIS IDEA ABOUT THE WAY TO HANDLE THE PRI MARY ELECTIONS ^HE OFFERS A PLAN w*% -- Says That Ha ls Author of Party J Rule!* ariel Constitution and He Knows Weak Places Special to The Intelligencer. Washington, May 16- Senator Till man handed the newspaper corres pondents the following interview to day: The rlear approach of the State' Convention and the importance of its expected action emboldens me to give; expression to some opinions on the] subject ot safeguarding the primary. 11 deem this mero necessary because J know I shall not be able to attend the Convention in person, abd I harp received many letters asking my ad view io this criuis. Almost ' every something to say about tills all-im portant subject. Sud there are scores Of se?emos, or propositions, as to how lt ough...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 19 May 1914

?ERVOUS YSPEPSIA H II . , i i,,.; i ? I i tjHhlctUllft/ i ??cl s loaeTerecomplkatlour. li ix j~Mprfe.ll>' foUowed lirciiroul?lDdlreMloti, gas- ! H?y?l.yb??rDiU?m, ?ml parniclog* loueroiu. Tbc j MW?mii? Impoverished o? lb? life ?usuiniug fjfMHi And io? ?tart victim ia ?micled with Mn?HPD'c ll' liter auotber. until, a wrerk ot ?UMIstb^aali. bedrags out . eorrr ealatenca %\B $M Way Thal Curta ! LVAtmtlf? tb? blond. wblcb will Iben aupply tMMmr?'r ftftd for tua nerves, giving ibero ! WAfttlbd .vigor io maintain tbelr function*. BjMjOj ina circle anew, all tba otoce&eea 1 "?BMttr? brougbt un io normal, and tba MW" la pad* to feel ?eil. MH (O#} Pomon'i Remedy Purifies the Blood. ' tir?, too Person's Hem edy \i?? 'f, ' Steadies the Nerve?. Person's Rsm edy Reetore? the Digestion. ? ^nhndfsdc of.vour neighbors teatiry to theta ' yaer"?^ -'? """"'?elf- tfeai'a tba suren way. 1 ,/JkW.,muf4l*t uuebl io Bavo ;?. If h? cannot ifJjWtyoi. send bia nama and a dollar to me ?SfcMkDY SALES CORP...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 19 May 1914

fivert?ticlti Ks Jr* J THE FARMERS & MERCHANTS BANK \ FARMERS LOAN & TRUST COMPANY Iw0uld like to cash from fifteen hundred to two .thousand gilt-edg? notes running from $25 to I op. They want them to be "gilt edge" and they nv ill want them paid in th e month of October and lilic first half of November. Come to see us. Ve also expect to take eare\ or tue business re tuirements of our r?g?lar customers. - 20 TOES Baled Burmuda ??aj; $20.00 P?r Ton s See / LW@re.tt Bros* } ??....^???jritMUi^Kt.TW ??iniiiwinin-ii?i-l?,>?nj.i?;m.i^i.m?iM>i.1 nm omi? imitMIIIJI . Tjii lin ABOUT THE CONSOLIDATING OF SOUTHERN BAPTIST FINANCIAL BOARDS DR. JOHN T?.1 WHITE Read the Report Against Consol idating-There Was a Spirited Debate On Question - (By Associated Press) Nashville, Tenn., May 15.-Spirited debate tm the question of centralizing the Sunday school, foreign mission and home mission boards of Hie South ern Baptist Convention featured to day's sessions of the organisation. The dis...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 19 May 1914

TOEAH8E8S8MINTELL16?NCER fljj?,;', Founded August 14, 1800 iferj ? Vorth Hate Stn? _ 4KDEB80N, 8. 0? WILLIAM lArag . . sgitor W. W SMOAirs^Bu?ineo* Manager Skittered According toja^w Coa jggggj as Second Clue Mail S5?*W >t ?fe? .Poelcffics at Anderson, S. Pebllahel Every Morning ?xoept Monday flbtaaj.W?*klv Edition on Wn??a>y Friday Mornings _ Weakly Edition-fl 50 par Tear. Dally Edition-$5.00 per annum; I9.it for Biz Months; 11.26 (or Whroo Months. IN ADVANCJB _ Member ot the Associated Preen andi Receiving Complete Dally Telegraphic] . A large circulation than any other] twwopaper In thia Congressional Die Wet _ fflLIPHOHSSs f ?ffi to rial - - - - - tJ7 Snslness Office ------ ttl ?b Printing.-OtS-L local Newo.a 1*7 Society News.IJ1 The Intelligencer fe delivered by ?.raiera la the etty. If yon fan to gal Four paper regv arly pleaaa notify ma. Opposite your name on label o? your piper is pr?stcS ?me to which your paper Is paid. AK cheeks and drafts should be drawn to Tba Anda...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 19 May 1914

Founded August 14, 1B?0 m Honk Kaia Sinti __^eu AHPEBSOW, 8. G. * *Mfe ' WILLIAM ?taKfl . . Bditor W. W SMOAK >4^hajlne?? Manager ?Mered According to^fca-jf Qpn knee aa Second Claas Mall MiaW ?t the Pcstofflee at Anderson, S. O. ^ PsbUahed Every Morning Butt.* Monday ?esal-Weekly EdlUon on Tua?tay ali? Friday Mornings Bwrd-Weekly Edition-fl BO per Tear. Dally Edition-16.00 per ana mn; 91.5* for Six Months; 9126 for Whroo IN AD VANO Member of the Associated Press and Receiving Complete Dally Telegraphic ? A large circulation than any other rxrwtsapar In thia Congressional Dla - KL-_-_ IT BLE PHONE 81 JBatnrtel - - - - - - M7 Maalaess Office.SSI Job Printing.-418-L Local News -.- 117 Society News ..... ?21 Tbe Intelligencer ls delivered by ?.fliers In tbs etty. If yen fail to gat your paper regularly please notify tat. Opposite your name on label af your paper ls printed data to which roar paper la paid. AU cheeks and drafts should be drawn to The Anders . sss ??t?llissnosr. Washin...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 19 May 1914

T M M J? Jfc ? W^SJM?^?^ * ELECTRIC CIT * Items cf Interest and Person? * Wireless on the Sf ****** * ******! (From aunt AUnnlu A fie r Elks CoaveatJea. So well uleaa?*, wa;?. AlL-nta w|tlr\ tko Imperial ' ?ouncU of -ithfe ' hu-fttl?v Sbrifie the Georgi*' etty:'-ha*.jt?o&?^ to go after the-- 1?1? .Rational ventjon of H. P. O. j^as/?nd the AndeV>, sot? lilUs havo been asked to assist' Atlanta in getting-.'this groat conven tion. Thc Elks'gathering ts second in importance to thc.Uhrir.c stoner omi it is annually one ol'tue biggest fra ternal gatherings In the country. Lei,?, year the Grand Lodge of Elks met at J Rochester, N. Y" and this year it will] go in Joly to Denver, Colo., and it is j already practically conceded that the' 1315, convention <will go to Seattle. Whsh., therefore Atlanta's best chance ls to secure tue meeting for. 1916. It 1s presumer! that every Southern State Hvill assist Atlanta In her fight to get, tthc convention and it goes without the saying that ...

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