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Page 17 [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 al Reunion Numper, Complimentary to the U, e s sentence: ? * "When Yourj|[air Tums to Silver iv ie 5 commend it to you for thought. It appeals to v gure that it will appeal to you and perhaps start y jpg. If it does, the purpose of this advertisem ?ved. In this connection we tender you the services of OPUS BANK OF ANDERS DIRECTORS person, W. L. Briney, jj.' P. Bradbury, H.. G. Cooley, ?ail, W. C. Pant, j. JR. Findley, E. P. Gambrell ali, . B. A. Henry, M. D., Lee G. Holleman, C. C. Jones, rlcCarley, , Tho.. H. Russell, *W. H. Tucker, H. H. Watkins, J. F. Watson, ?. J. Watsonc OFFICERS G. HOLLEMAN, Pr?sident H. H. WATKINS, Vice Pi ). O. BROWNE, Cashier ' T. S. BANISTER, Asst. Cash " C. V. I 1914 I _ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^. PRICE FIVE CENTS $5.00 PER ANNUM sit 1 is and -^^p ou to...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 26 May 1914

STATE'S (By Ur? tato (.ol. Ja?. A. Hoyt.) Tho unveiling ?n i dedication bf the monument ir. t.h^ CbielCflmanjs'a battle field, which South Carotins IH erect lng to her HOIIB who foiu-.it und who died on tlmt historic spot will tuite place slay ii, li><n. The da?- waa arranged sb that ttl? veterans, son? and others geing tp the Memphis re union, could easily stop- over (ind take part. The ('hickamaugu commission extend through tito press of tho Slate a cordial Invitation to all the c-iti zens of South Carolina to Join In the most Impressive utid Interesting car ?rnenles. For the convenience of Veterans Sous, the State volunteer troops und all citizens attending Die Southern railway hus made Special arrange Wents and thia route will he tlx- of flclal rou) '. They will announce th dates of leaving vuriotia points' urn! rates. Thc oflieial traill wjll lie run do WO to Lytle station, uear the huttlclleld and about a half Pille from the sit cf the South euroli nu timmi nient, a nd t...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 26 May 1914

WITH P Demand the Oi don t call it mck-n .. ?n? '. J COCA COLA should always be call ed by its name. therv/ise, yon n* a y have SG???G substitute offered you. ^ali for the Best-r-say it plainly Coca-Cola! j\ rtful enterprises try to, make a drink just as good. Compare them with COCA-C?LA there's none like it. Only the Original should satisfy you. It's beater. 1 Ike the Old Time Religion-It's *- Best. . ? . . ? ' ? J\ mazingly good. Don't accept any ^ thing else, j _-;-_--j j.,,- --? .r ; Li-r"in? i? ?.?--ii. Anderson, 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 PAUK rWCrULH PRIDE When +bat huroUig tllir^^?sai^^?. th? ^ at drives most men to drink, what a Balm we've ? billilli 'lU?^i I W,t I FA ' ; -i-. .<U4 l VG OIT Ci l?-v,-?w wi yuu W1IU31UU IU IIUIIIV, I 1ICJC ? . ' i . . .ti;; rv. v?iv;. ! . w V eason for you...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 26 May 1914

A RECORD OF THIS Information of Greatest Value To South Carolina History. STATE'S EXECUTIVES List of Governors and Lieutenant Govern ors From Colonial Times to Date. This is thc mont complete Hat of the governors of South Carolina ever pub lished, und is thc first list ever pub? listied, BO fur as I know, of the lieu tenant governors, li Is furthermore distinctive in thut 1 do not ask any one to lake it on faith, the citation of the authority for every statement is expliclty given. Kor this reason I hope it muy be of vallie to historical students. The JlHt taken from Mc Crady'a history ls suhstuntlully cor rect though there ure some minor in accuracies, ua he himself Indicates at another place. Lack of time prevented my going to the sources for these 2."? governors, but, for the convenience of readers. I Insert them. In Baying a governor before the civil arar was elected (on December 10, e. g.,) I name the day on which li? was declared elected, though occasionally the voting may hav...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 26 May 1914

j NOW IS THE TIME | ' .? II !<?? .i?17lSTT7rTTT - m. ?? I ?. Mini mil II?! nm _ li Hill III IMI^III n, .J ??? i II i ? i mmmmmmmmmmmmmm-mmmmmmmmmmm At i ? t . . <- To buy a Gas Range and Water Heater. Cold baths * I may be good for the English but American nerves | t \ need no morning shock. :: :: 'it :: :: t t . i I I Many baths have ben . skipped because there was no _ 2 I : not water. \ \ % ?"'% A Gas Heater for hot water quick. > i . . < J TELEPHONE NUMBER 845 J j Anderson Gas Company \ ITO (40) 1850-1852. John H. Means p?* Fairfield, governor. Jeahua John Wurt, lieutenant governor. Both elected Dec. 13, 1850. H. of R. Jour. 1880} 147, 148. 81. (41) 1852-1854. John L. Manning of .Clarendon, governor. James H. Irby,lieutenant governor. Both elect ed ?ec. 9, 1862. H. ot F.?. Jour. 1852, 185RT 82 (42) 1864-1856. James II. Adama of Richland, governor. R. DeTreville lieutenant governor. Both elected B*. ll, 1854. H. of ft.Jour. 18K4: l-l, 123. Sb. (48) 185$-i?&8, R. P...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 26 May 1914

: ({wu "f jr? CBC rt ^ftm*m**i** . ^^>ft*ill?' urifl^lUu W>-??fcf,i? lM't'l?'ntI ? SiJPgl? ? I^MIJOV?"*^??*????*1?1'"1' ? ??*>*? Add to Your Peace of Mind With a Nice, Cool Two-Piece Suit .. . - -.- - * . ?*..?? ? . *- ?. . * ? V^^^T?**?**? VIII'?fo^'?*';*!^*^ ? f^f^fy ^jy-'-'^r - ?.?t* Two-Piece Suit time is here-novel fabrics as well as the good old stand-bys. > The suits are here now-the hot spell is here now. The new fabrics will hold their shape and look trim and crisp. Serges, Mohairs, ) aim Beach, Linen, Etc. Other nice, fancy Worsteds of all kinds, $10.00, $12.50, $15.00. Isaac Hamberger I R ^ ^?j^ g ft ~|^,|^; j |^^f*fi|| f^llff Simes ! & Sons Clothing , T>?-??> I ..*-*..'T*-?J;<T"BS*-#^. r-irr***?!*^ :- i , . ^ $20 $22.50 $251_?^ Lp=ToW? C?omifeT? $4.00 $4.50 $5.00 I' ' ' -:- AlNLItKbUIN, ?. K,.-' Davis Opposed Clay's Compromise Measure Because He Didn't** Propose to Place XJpoit Posterity ? Fight That He Ought to Make Himself;' J" El F* F* EJ -Rfc...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 26 May 1914

thing iSSMi^ He said, "General, you have been too raab: you. will be arrested." Toomba replied hj*$pugbt so.too. A .teer.dayB after, he wa> summoned to General Johnston's tent to attend a counsel of war and it* Vas noticed thal he waa the only brigadier in tho counsel, and Johnston after wads remarked that Toomba was the biggest and the brav est man iii' the Confederacy. Longstreet', heard of Toomba mak ing stump speeches to the army, re ferring in anything but complimen tary terms lp ala commander and he ordered him .under arrest He after wards said that Toomba had the kind ling eye and rare genius of a soldier, and that if he had had military disc i pline hu would have made a great aol. dior. Now h ere. .was praise, from two mun whom Toomba had severely criticised, yiet they were big enough to accord bim proper credit for his merit, tn this day of pigmies, if you differ from them, they'cry out crucify hun. His speech in the Senate in defense ol se cession waa said by Mr. Steven...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 26 May 1914

p!!!!!l!ll!l!IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIU 1 ACCURACY, COMPLE 1 FRESH STOCK THE MAGNE1 EVANS' THIS business has grown from one to tl step in every march of progress Complete Stocks. One step after anothei cines and Sundries, and we stand unappr We have the most complete stock to teed and the price right. "Accuracy" Not Enough. SAYS THE EVANS KID. Accuracy in compounding of a prescrip tion is not enough. Mere accuracy may mean very little, or il may mean a lot, depending upon cir cumstances. A prescription that is compounded ac curately as far as weights and measures are concerned may be useless. Par ticularly is this true where stale drugs are used. Our stock is constantly cn the move. it cannot grow stale on our shelves because of the volume of our prescription business. Come here with your next . prescription and get it lilied acurately with fresh, strong? po tent drugs. Our prices sre very reasonable consist ent with quality. Wc call for and de liver your orders. _ \_ '-r-1 Kodak Department...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 26 May 1914

91861^ 11.8?1 Special Reunion Number, Complimentary to the U. C. V. VOL. 1, NO. 111. Weekly, EsSkMUhed 18M; Dany, Jan. 18, 1914. ANDERSON, S. C..TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 26, 1914. PAGES 25 to 32 1914 PRICE FIVE CENTS $5.00 PER ANNUM Orr's Riffles Moon's Effie Keiths Rogimantt Iiateim?w?(dl For -"The Intelligence99 Ey tk OM Coraftiry L&dly ?| Holcomb? IL?g?dBu H&mptani Legions. B. L. BARNBTT-Beean service at the first outbreak, joining company F, Second South Carolina Rifles, remain ed In service three years and twenty days, had fever in Richmond, Va., and met with ona wound from the effects of which he suffers today. Mr. Bar nett's war trials are. so very Interest Ins; that one never tl "es of bearing them. Ho tells them In auch a pleas ant frame of mind-but a cloud came over hui face when he spoke of the bettie near Spotaylvanla where seven hundred men were killed on one acre of ground. ? J, A. BROCK-Volunteered In con' pany^O. Second South Carolina -.e BeYve*. - Boing guard du...

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

B -SF I Confederate I Veterans ? We understand when you y , knocked ont he city gates this ? morning you found them un locked. Another easy vic tory. The city is yours. It ts your privilege to turn the old town upside down or in side out with your Rebel y?lls and songs, and make merry as you see fit. We trust every minute of your] stay will be pleasant, so pleasant that the mem?lry Will linger long. It wllltvith us. We trust too, that Anderson will again be honored with the presence cf ^the b6y?', who followed Lee. will find this the veiy best store in town for high class merchandise and the special prices we are offer ing during the Reunion will make it a more attract ive shopping place. COAT SUITS H GFF SILK DRESSES 201? OFF and other specials in Ready-to-wear. We want you to visit our Millinery Department for that extra Hat. You have no idea how cheap you can buy one. Oxfords at Reduced Prices Make us a visit and let us show you the many good things in bargains we are prepaied to...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 26 May 1914

OPTOMETRIST OVER EVANS* PHARMACY NO. 2. |*i R ADy ATP of one of the Ivest Optical Colleges in the United ?S!*'States Vitra twenty-three years experience in the practice of Op tometry. Equipment and facilities for making the most difficult scientific eye tests unsurpassed by any Specialist in the South. Thousands of People suffer from the effects of defective vision-Headaches, Dizziness, Brain Fag, and petty nervous and physical ailments without realizing the source of the trouble.. Come to my office and get my free s???n* tifie Examination and if you need Glasses, I will prescribe them and ttie price will be the very lowest consiste nt with good work and high material. s An astonishing number of school children suffer from the effects of imperfect vision and many of them are unjustly blamed for being un ambitious or ment??ty If you have the least reason to believe y*our child's eyes are affected, don't delay a moment but bring it to me any!**will glv? ydu ari honest o?ttii?ft withou...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 26 May 1914

Are You Looking For Clothes Satisfaction? I* the Suit You are Wearing a Columbia Made Suit ? If Not the Chances are You are Still Dissatisfied. "From Maker to Wearer" um Our method of doing business guarantees you better Clothes v?lue than you can possibly obtain uncter other circumstances. "COLUMBIA CLOTHES" Look Better Are Better Wear Better Than any other Clothes at the same price in America $1 3.50 To $40.00 We invite you, especially veterans and visitors to the Reunion, to visit our display room and let us show you how we can make the young man stay young, and the elderly man feel young with modest, stylish Clothes. COLUMBIA TAILORING COMPANY J Uf DAW? T\TP Uff?_? 122 W. Whittier Street Anderson, South Carolina COLUMBIA WAS RENE FORI A STORY OF THE HALCYON 13 FEDERACY-LIGHTWOOD CAMPING GROUND-FRAC Tho srdi.is.n3s o? sscessio" was 1 passed un th.o 20th of December, i860 und from that data there were milita ry orglnlsatlpns of the State in service nt Charleston, but they were chi...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 26 May 1914

1861 ?SSr Special Reim Ii rvo. M *> - ? I I J . 1? ?. & sui* A . ?'?'I A Hew S I, W vi ana garage caused t? ti wo have loi severe :-?-_-,-,- ? - - ion Numbei^^Complimentary to the U. C ^^^^^^^^^ . -i-. ' ? ' 1 . ANDERSON, S. C., TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 26, 1914. COMMIS Automot ' - . > - -. ' . . , . i .. IJgC ' ? 1 v " t) temporarily s?^penti * your approval a large st?c? of fiigh grad ll ill sell to you at attractive prices. OP m 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

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 26 May 1914

PAGE THIRTY-FOUR THE ANDERSON DAILY INTELLIGENCER Tuesday Morning, May 26, 1914. ssa j" .i r College Heights Wm Revolutionize nome*' UH UH. M ir m\ a*M<e.vMk v 'S ."rr rnrffi-ra ^e. I! VERY FEW PEOPLE H?V? G?N? THf|(?y^i t?$? Wl?H??t AT SOMETIME HAVING A DESIRE TO OWN A HOME Many of those with the desire have gone further and hoped it might be in the suburbs where they would have light, air, sunshine and health. But there was ^usually an obstacle. Either they didn't haye the money, couldn't borrow it, or to get the suburban proposition were obliged to forego modern conveniences, which spelled hardship for everybody. Formerly there w<?ro two kinds of suburban homes-those expensive mansions whose own ers could afford motors, laundresses, waitresses, maids, butlers, chefs, etc., and the little in expensive shack, surrounded by a half acre and a cheap picket fence^ located in the stix, where hubby had to be pulled out of bed before daylight to get to his work on time and reached h...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 35 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 26 May 1914

The First Standard High - Grade L?e Ftr^l SUuiiaial ('MuTiy G^frik Motor Car te-Be Sold under frmw Viulur Gai lu Ba Sultl Uiidtsr $ r > The Grant Car will be owned and driven by men of every class. Never befoie has ajgai?te^ which. WflttM suit both the pocket book of the man of moderate income and the critical taste of the man o?' means, brought oui whfck would i Cheap cars have and will be produced, which will run fairly well, but they, have bo*tt&<tM unmistakable cheap car stamp, and every man who-could afford to {and many who could not) have willingly paid therM^ the sake of driving a car they could be proud of. But even if you are worth a million #?uicmb& iK&?? t?'d??e>?^?ms -TTH. mri >'?. u#rir. ^ ^: .. 1 ^ . u V? ?i i hin ii# iiimiwm iiHjnti a CIIMU 1 . > Look at the car-distinctive appear- Qrant? There is the same bull nose ra-_ Comfort-the comfort of a..Grant; car j liyht Wftjfght ftnahtfifc thc 1 isef-to, ?ive ing, speedy, cbmfdrf?ble," dependable...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 36 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 26 May 1914

The Carver's Tool Gives Breath to the Storv That Martie Would Tell The great objects in the purchase of a memorial are first artis tic execution; second permanency. It is not enough that a momu ment look well in the beginning, it must endure, must satisfy the re ( quirements of the coming years. , ; }ll There are half a hundred different grades of marble and granite. To your eye or any inexperienced eye they all look practically alike. You can't tell the one from the other yet the difference is vast. The one grade may, carry durability ^'perman ence, and possibilities of beautiful finish while the other imay not possess a single one of these qualities. f In considering the purchase of a monument won't you ? let our 35 years of experience, integrity and fair dealing; weigh in the balance when it comes to a question of price and expert judgement on grades of Marble and Granite? W HIT E PANY Ornamental Iron Fence For Cemetery Lots ANDERSON, S. C. Replace that old wood fence now. ! Hist...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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