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Page 37 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 26 May 1914

? . J----T"*^-1 . ?- 1 - ---rr- ; ; i ?- . .. -;-?-?-1-1 Ttl? Farrners and Merchants Bank . >JL_1L_L' rffii's'iWJPfjy ? ti J ' - * , / ? ._. _i_..... . The Farmers Loan and Trust Co. With resources aggregating a little the rise of ONE MIL , LION DOLLARS, are making a specialty of small notes, that is, notes for less than $100$Rf3l*tye are a little partial to notes of that size, so if you are nMaing Anywhere - frojn /9|25wQQ;to.' ' $iO0.?O fix up a note, get it well endorsed, just to show you ???p good company (you naturally ask your associates; to endorse . your notes), bring the note to us and we will "cash" it. We would like to "cash" about-2.000 of them this summer. We will expect them paid during thelmont!, of October and first hali * of Noveniber. We also expect to supply our regular customers - with their usual business requirements. . . . f.-.r. . .'.l../sr ur?-' - 'A.^ 1 . vir ak -i /.i o o o o o O>- o o o ,. 'A$S?SSOF" o ?. ' , . . ,. . :. o .. . .v. ? ? -- o 'v. - : ...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 38 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 26 May 1914

PAGE THIRTY-EIGHT THE ANDERSON DAILY INTELLIGENCER = How A*re Your ^. i? *i .,, :- .,- - f T. .... i .... JU?. ... .,. Vf.* ff* -~r .-. iv Get Your Eyes Examined Before It Is S, UVi f' Too Late. * , When your eyes begin to smart and a dull headache pulls your eye brows into a pucker, you need to see an optometrist. It may not be that you need glasses-if you don' we'll tell .you so-but a consultation anet examination may avert trouble you never dreamed would overtake you. The windows of the soul need all the attention necessary to keep them in a normal condition and sightseeing usefulness. The quicker you consult an optometrist after your eyes begin troubl ing your the, s?.ier you'll be and the more easily can the defect be cor rected. WHY If I* .?. ?' .... .; You should look for this face when ?j in need of Glasses. Tuesday Morning, May 26, 1914. ? . " - 5 _: My Years Experience is Your Eye Insurance Having had long- exp?rince testing eyes and correcting defective vision, Dr. Israel...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 39 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 26 May 1914

I Pacts Md FiSMr?s .^l??e ? J r ... Arider roiVs Great Home Furnishing Store ... \p Porch Chaira. [ We Have a Definite Purpose Refrigerator Economy . . <? I IB presented in _ / . ^ ]r L That is to build the .greatest furniture business in the Pied- the "ODORLESS" W |?J> N ?----^ ?gpyj i?L x % mont section of South Carolina. We are attaining that end The deep well-lined ice tank ? I \ F^^:3t^^,^^^^'L^lu i " **y these methods. We mean to be as helpful tomorrow as ? is always'ice cold. It cuts j \ fe^">Z5^"'^.*^?^?s>'.y?'^"='5-ji I ^ve are today, with new things, novelites and suggestions for the ice bill to less than half. L^"t%8j^^ . making the home Brighter, Cheerier and more "Homey" in ? it is absolutely sanitary and I tl ^^^^?^fell? V every way. If we expect to hold public interest we must su&- ' odorless in every sense of the L iJaa? '^Sflffi^ tain that interest by continually presenting something New word. The case is made of ' r'T^^^i^y'!'rr''^' A ^|l'---t^Wf' '...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 40 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 26 May 1914

Ttie Cream of five Auto mobile lVIarketo Fl- -1_ -1*-. - IT_. jr acitaras: **a mups Chalmers and R-E-?s ^Inr fact the Best of Everything. Goodrich Tires And all other high-grade accessories. Jno. E. Sadler Orr Street. O O () o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o iWL DAVIS' TRIBUTE TO THE i WOMEN o 000000000 oooooooo president Jefferson Davin In his ?>at work, "The Rise and Fall bi the mfedoracy,' pays a high tribut? to e noble women of the South tn the dfcatlon which follows: 1 the women of the Confederacy: hose pious ministrations to our .' wounded soldiers soothed the 7* 1--? hours cf iFCCS8 ii?? died far from the obJecTof their Tenderest LOTS Whose domestic labors attributed muoh to supply the wants Of our defenders in the field; Whose tealous faHh la oar cause one a guiding star undimmed by the ; darkest clouds of-war; Whose fortitude ?prended their enduring' grief, rove and Reverence Tor our sacred dssd, sr.d Whose patriotism ill I nar h their children to emulate Revolutionary sires...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 41 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 26 May 1914

f 1861 [ "y I Special Reu Che^ltulerc VOL. 1, NO. 111. 1 Weekly, Estabileaea 18* | Dally, Jam. 18, 101?. Speei 11 V I Wit, Stein.B.?ch Smart Clothes we meet alt ?a mea;the styt?sar?cojrect to the smallest detail^ teri^ar?^ffest, tte tailoring is thorough and h The pre-^nr;ncn?? of our young men's store-fe du Yo????m >iy??^;?s^orh\at tfier?????ing un developed by the best young toTte had ariy^h?r? else ; clothes that carry the a?t. want tn? m?$t cf?tic?'yoyngmeny w the bes tiestosee|be% bes^?l??sV^^ $18^20, $25. m I Our boys' store on the 2n= r We stand strongly ?b? h malit?es in boys; clothes; better wor?cm?nsh>p; cn a par/ with th? best custom {adoring; better, fabrics; we'll , show you how to m?He. a tjoy sj^Kshty ctr?s&ed Attractive suits, single and double breasted Nov fo?fcr, Scotch tweeds arid, tln^ worsteds, $5, $6 $7.50, $0.50, #10, $12, A handsome gift ktiifi fre?witheach boy's suit. unw wy a cu^Bna*- 3???P?T*<3 Wtpr*P*y all ;?Mf|rf?. Mt?si?y ?l^rt?lly. re Numb...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 42 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 26 May 1914

GE FO?TY-TWO. THE ANDERSON DAILY INTELLIGENCER ., ?... Tueeday Momi?f, May 26, 1914. ?asm? Plllll!l!lll!!li!llll!llil!llill!l!l!!!!l!l!ll!!ll!llll!ll!!l!i!ll!iil!l!li^ lt's Easy to Pay The Peoples C r I We're always striving for MORE BUSINESS-BETTER BUSINESS-A more Satisfactory _ Business-and to] Produce Same we offer you the Most Complete Stock of HIGH GRADE FURNITURE in this Section, on Terms that will appear to you. We offer you our Record in the Past for Courteous, Fair and Square Dealing-Examine it Closely and if it Proves Entirely Satisfactory Give Us Your AT PRESENT WE ARE SPECIALIZING 0N-? Porch Rockers 75 to $3.75 $1,OOto$5 REFRIGERATORS $6.00 Up. I IT. r?___.__?i VT_ II vjs rurnisn tour nome: *-^eP<eJ ? ^s^w ? ui ? iiiui t: v,Ut BLECKLEY & HEARD, Proprietors. - - South Carolina MIIIIIIMiBlUlHllHIM mtfilJ?U*:. -, ,_a_ ? ? - ?_?? ? - - - - -_,__^_._ _ .: _?IL- -----1- _ _ BARBARAF VyhHtier's Poem Ww Full of False ? ?ts Stanbert I I Aty time passen we..forget, tito sha...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 43 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 26 May 1914

?l ? Ei AND Fiill Measure" i m liffTT VA/ Biiilding Material ---OF ALL RINDS Sash, Doprs, Blinds A FIRM WiTH A REPUTATION -?^.-ry^JT'K/' .?.> ' ? ? 'l ,11,1,^) ipi|ljj| 1.^1.? lillipilli I. : KKETCH tt^OMI^ COHFBffERATE -_jj. ._ the1st of May. H?K these stones ' ' 1 I wore .-thrown Into a deep Welt at the ... x" ~~Z~.. T, " - 8outh-weSt,';corner of thia building. J M. CW W?e Mby Russell.) ! - The raiders spent two days and two Tills historic place Isa. flt ban- ^HHS nights in town, the robbing being dono ?iucting place for tho South Carol'.- m jost before leaving.' Mr. Leach nav ua division* of tap United Daughters |g?8s Sav - < lng eomo gold on band, gave each of ! nf the Confederacy Its historic asso- j these young ladles $2?. and then the * elation with thc City of Anderson, IHBjU gentlemen connected with the depart- 1 tlates back for more than fifty years, BB mev?t $108 a piece, v. hen it was the educational center, j Arter the colse ot Ute war the dcors < not only of t...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 44 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 26 May 1914

Copyright by Review ot Ru vie wa company. flHNERAL JOB WHEELER. O. 8. A*. LEAPER OIT THE CA VA LUI ATTACK AT KOUT DONELSON. THE FIRST REUNION HELD IN THE COUNTY pF ANDERSON The Echoes of the Last.Gun of the War Had Scarce Died ?way When the Survivors Were Called Together Pleasantly Tho following; Interesting trtory 1? copied from Hie Anderson Intelligen cer'bf August :t, 18(15:' For tho Intelligencer: Beibefr-f to l'?lm?tto Hlfle:nen. -saturday, July Oth, v/il? eve** lia held in pleasant .remembrance by the mern, beni of the . Palmetto Riflemen and their frlenda, and the noble generosity of Mr. Crawford Keys? ofv Anderson district will be regarded with lasting emotions of gratitude. To him belongs the credit of striving to dissipate the clotids of gloom and despondency which had settled down upon the. peo. pie 'of thia commulty, and of tend jring the /first tribute of welcome to some of o?^SJOT-^rtl-ten?, since their .return trt?m1 the whir. True its end haa * <?*f/rt*VUm??*i&...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 45 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 26 May 1914

! "Make Your Home Ire COMFORTABLE" ll Nothing will please your wife more than a good water system-will take a lot of hard work t*t******fiS% her. . - I TVtnlrc1 ?fc^W^ . - , Cast Iron Watering Trough. I Towers I LAr -*8B' Ca8t Boi|crs *? **norac I I Pump jacks Flt L*""dry' j I g** |, j I 8% Get Our Pricefl on this^^ || ? ll?lip Ik^yilllQGFS Wfm Wk fore huvin? W&?fO~&it%k? I ---For bot? Shallow and Deep Wells fwBBM 7 ' I ? UM I II Nilling but the Best All Brass ^M^^Pfc*^ GOOD ? TM THE JACK%IAT JACKS THE WATER." I -.-(lf^in'>Aiiaiiwm;) ^ I ?it?firsnn Msinhin?rv & Foundrv Comoanv... I ANDERSON, S. C. Phone,243*, 1 Brig. <?ss. i*?;3 ??aaoT?S? Brig Geh. James Chin?t Brit . QM Kantard K B*e. Maj Gen. ? C Batter. Brig. Gea. Brattan. Brtgw GM. L. Bo?Bam, Brig. Ora. S. C..Evans. Brig. Gen. Stepha PHfott, Jr. H riff. Gen. M. W. Gar? Brig. Gen. Thea. P. Draytes o o o o o o o o '^m^^0W/^JL^M^j?^*^?* ant? garftttH||^HH^VSlt ? * ? * #1 wMeh-'lo 'deck owr white swiss dren? * ?*E ...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 46 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 26 May 1914

A Special Demonstration of GOSSARD CORSETS. Six Days June 1 to 6 TJ&Lace In front rn, . At a considerable expense, vye have , made special arrangements to have Miss Gertrude King, special demon strator for the H. W. Gossard Corset Company, assist us in a demonstration of Gossard Corsets. This will be the style event of the season in Anderson and it is our desire to havo every woman in this city visit our Corset Department some time during these days. Styles are different this season-rvery Ci must have accurate and authentic information if you are to obtain the utmost from your corset and other .wear ing apparel. During this demonstration you will not be importuned to buy. All we ask r that you avail yourself of information and style news which is at your uiopjsal. A fitting can be arranged by appointment. This should be done, if possible. Remember- there is only tone place ip. Anderson where you can be correctly fitte?*to aTGossard-the original and superior front-lacing corset-a...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 47 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 26 May 1914

f# ......... ? ...... ) ? * M If fifty gui V?ro fired at aa ?aa .....,.,(.,"""" o . >s wo could hear the -atp" of the bobeta. UAWfctt S?UI* o ? liligi- but luckily none cf na were blt. We, ?t " . , . ? Bi'>?.?' dlseovered(wter?ae?.Wteld?\m'e cev w"??l?^ ^.f*^8^ V"4 HUl- . - JnnHannHt ?lry brtgaoe waa *? f?np a few tnUae e Ann Jest fte year* Age. e ~ ? ? ' ~$3&~:' away.. ' * ' -i . . WS reparad wb>t had occurred and 0 o o o o 0 o o o o o o o o o o o o o j immediately the hegt? gah waa e?uad \ . rs " . ^ , i . ed aa? q??^y ? fbrc> ot cgtAiry waa /.S^LT1 ?f^'e? i i A- ^ ot IHH BHBra^ ' on the march to meet the enemy and ?'?.J'^SL^'^^ ^ .the ?^^^^L?||.|HE Tr? adraactnjrtoWute. ..,... ' Sft-? J?"lffl W#"KDECU^D '^L^L^L\^L^L^L^L\\\W? The ?h S. C.'Cavairy waa alae'?d hy Gen. Wade Hampton of the southe |^H^^B K vanc?d and our little party realising ern army and Gen. Sheridan of the ^BB HMHS ihki wu could not? obey orders ? ?ad ojjlon Torce?, aa "the most severe cav- HM H mee...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 48 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 26 May 1914

"The Girl ...A ] Exuding the enchanting atmosphere of ... Bijou The? "Thc Girl of thc Sunny South," is as fresh" dud welcome thc (lowers Mu Hie author selected thc ante-bellum days before the civil war for no other rca phere and action. Those were chivalrous times. P o yoting scions of Southern aristocracy are rivals for the hand of Miss belle of thc village, who finally succumbs to the advances of Harry Saarelle, a low, to the chagrin and embarrassment of Raymond Webster, a promising vc is insanely jealous of his successful rivai, but manages to conceal his hatred i l^e able to wreck vengeance by stealth Gustave Leroy, his confidential clerk, is feelings towards Searelle and decides to play a little'game of waiting and wa the war breaks out and as fate decrees Searelle is thrown into the po*er of h Raymond Webster, as captain in t tat superior's regiment. Leroy is also UIK Under the guise of friendship, Col. Kaymond promises Grace that h ; will kc? safety of her husband, so with th...

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

Spec al Reuniot VtyL. 1? NO. tU. Weekly, Established IMO; Dally, Jea.lt, 19?I. B I -:- THE SM WS?AM "Forsooth, it may delight thee ^?Hip^M hereafter to remember these things." If?||?| Thus wrote Virgil of the soldiers of Wtf^P^l Aeneas. The sweetest memories are ^S^^^^ those of travail, illumined by love, lt ^^^^^m? delights the Confederate soldiers to J?lgf! gather to discuss the days in which they ^???1???? followed the "Starry Cross" until the setting. And it delights Anderson to entertain the old soldiers of South ^?si^??sfl? Carolina this year upon the occasion of ?^ iliS?s?l their annual reunion for Anderson gave jpjg g^^y of her noblest sons to the cause of lib gg^w* For all time, those who have en countered hardships together, . those who have trudged together along the weary marches, those who have stood ^^^^^^^^^^^^^j^^^^^^^^^^^^^m Urie ?? ; B? ''. ?' 'M Y/!.K> IKIV^ ;:.-;] the ??est be th* tte that wnfla captured booty, have loved to as our heart* m n?re; semble, and, ...

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

SPECIAL TRAINS ARE CITY WILL TODAY BE INVAD ED BY VETERANS AN ADVANCE GUARD I . - All plans Complete For Taking j Capp ti tho Veteran* ?nd Pro . gram I? Perfect Everything is In readiness for tin Big H< union. Tho vetarnn.s ui)l be gin arriving In th? city before near today and vpiany have already (fame A special* Pdf ?VIH arrive boro u ll:r>o frcm. prei'jiviilf at 1:26, ? spec Igl train of uU coach? (nun Hock Hill, {UecVbujg and point,, between will ijojti'' ov< r the Blue Ridge. / special oar front Columbia und Or angebnfg'y/Jll Pom? In late this after noon, and an effoit was being mad? late last night tp^work up u special car from Sumter and Florence. In <l*,iiry made nt the Information Bureau At the Chamber wi Commerco late last night, tile (puce being open till ll Waa that Po reliable estimate as to th? n um uer of dol?osles was obtainable. Provisi?n hps npw been made for more than 700 delegates, the larges, in the history of the city, exceeding the Sunday SctfoPT c...

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

- Before e large and fashionable au dience that filled tho college audito rium laet evening' ten, diplomas were handed to as many'young ladles at tbe finale of the second annual com mencement of Anderson College. Those who graduated follow: Miss Lucile Barries, Leota George, Mark) Blnu and Ethel Knight with the de gree1 of bachelor of arts ; Misses Jea nette Aiken Kate Robinson, Miriam Weeks and Mrs. R. E. Watkins, pi anoforte; Mips Marie Elms, also Sn expression, and to little Miss Helten Allen, the class mascot, the degree of the Sweetest little miss In South Car olina. Those graduated were 'showered with applause and surfeited with flowers and' the entire program was interesting frpm start to finish. In vocation was made by the Rev. J. W. Speake and Miss Cato Bradham and Miss Marguerite Henry sain g Neid : inger's' "At P*!*! !*?*?'' in a -niost cap tivating manner. Following ibis du et, MbH* Ethel'Kntght read the class history and Mijes Lucile Burrlss'de livered the class prophec...

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

L REUNION PROGRAM WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY ft At the PALMETTO THEATRE as Follows: WEDNESDAY CONFEDERATE Vt; I ER ANS REUNION-Special feature oj thc recent Reunion al Jacksonville. THE BATTLE OF VERA CRUZ -One of the latest Mexican War pictures. BURYING THE DEAD MARINES -Showing the burying oi the dead marines killed in the Battle of Vera Cruz. HIE INDIANA HONOR Kalem Drama. This program should appeal to all Veterans. See the difference in wai lat e now and what it was in the Sixties. THURSDAY .< >W IN I OUR BIO REELS. This is one pf the Greatest War Dramas e M reen. Deputiiu; in the most realistic manner, one ol the Great Battles I HE BA I IEE Ul S ever shown on ol the Civil War. THE WINNER WINS. Vitatfraph;--Drama. , THE BATTLE OF SHILOH is one o! histoiic fame, and has been enacted into movies near as possible, taking standard history lot the scenes as they appear. As DON'T MISS rr. lOe EVERYBODY TUB MAN THAT PUT THE MOVK BX MOVI KS pcieor ?ivo ?UODCnu ? nimm onuco FIRST, LAST...

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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