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Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 26 May 1914

W??mMBmm OE ?VER EVA! one of the be l?t" States with tyteftty-th.ee yeai tome try. v j aili;-'. Equipment and facilities for makii tests unsurpassed by any Specialis! Thousand: suffer from the effects of def ec Brain Fag, and petty nervous and the source of the trouble. Come < tifie Examination and if you need ? the price will be the very lowest e< material. An astonishing number of school ? imperfect vision and many of then litious or mentally stupid. If 3 child's eyes are affected, don' me and I will give you an honest c you. Everything kept in stock i Eye Glass arid JSpectacfe:, well as the genuine Crysts very best service iii Preset* .EVANS': -Pl h- ?a io -?2 A. -M: O?m Florie IHK TOW WHEBK I WAS B?1?? U3y II. M. Tmvn???il> I've' a'?lear and fond remembrance, Q? ? imte co-untry town,? Far away fj?tt c?f'ttbtife;1 Wit?' ii rip^ winding down i v. ino?ng_d?wn through rglIlnR mea ? . ^.^.'?--il . *~, " f" ' .**'.r'' **ast'the fiel? of w?v?ng coV8, ?h! bot ll? wal ?ften -wpV...

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

Are Y Our method oi ORV OF THE HALCYON JJ ?DERACY^LIGHTWOpD 1 CAMPING ???OUNI^niAC ?io oriUnwuc' j ot soceaEion was ] ted <m the 20t.li of December, I860 J from Umt dat? thor? were mllita rplnlziuionu of tho State In servie* ;harlestor., but they ^ were chb>f$y ' ; rota tho ?tty organisa* I itu Maxev t^regg's regiment! mod In January, &61 ?Ker that j in? Kfltran in earnest, all Governor Pickup*' ono company out of the old rnllitid OM procured.ton regt-j each from the en pf'10,000--mostly : from 18 to 26 auno to belong to n that organised tn Andav nr Antyar. 1S60 undo 'Tal motto F^oomen ne man to r?gbur miles south OT volunteers wore can nister ground of the. So;?th Carolina inllL 18?l. Each batalioh fliugbe&tdoa whle;i mies from tho militia rxceoded the call Ot hi -iftud militia reg t territory GO thr ?taotry which also ; Woken** supplied ?oville aent thrlie maldita S .capables to which waa the vtteb! de ! r? were elected hy the 'ol. .iohu D. Ashmore M? had auo?aeded f...

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

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 dcial Reunion Number. Dally, Jaa.lt, 1914. ANDERSON, S. C., TU 1 stone Cdp =========== 1914 e?tri?ally Liglit Roadsters ari "We were ?fortunate in md garages or the recent caused us to temporarily Ne have for your approve SO*? ^ t-' -, ? ' ' [ '' ll .-'ll I to ihe U. C ESDAY MORNING, MAY 26, 1914. vt IDUS Models and Self-Starti *d Touring Cars Just having several store-rooms : disastrous fire would hav< suspend business. As it is ... ? ?j ?. il a large stock pf high grad? MAGES, WAG VHIfS, ROBES fr? I ? ,? 1-Hand Automobiles that w< at a on e prices, South Cai 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 AN...

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

w it ei e: h. C Ci tl FRAI IBS IN AU Al Hi Ml rt josephus Daniels Told of ' ? Several Live Wires Fron i In an add res B in Charleston before I. the graduating class of the renounced "So I d? ?"iT.rlenton C?llnga, Josnnhua Dan- C'aroll I leis, secretary of the navy, mention- Alexai s t^a-number of great men in the navy. Dalian H#" iwlH^nd present, whb are from An- Capta. BS deraS* County. Shubrick, Stephens McQuc RF and* E?lbHng'a bones repose in tho name V cemWel^pMfNb^oric Pendleton. Strib- Can ii 0 Hog. when a lad- of 19 walked all the waa v W way-to Charleston to get a job, gad mona W thence rose to bo a rear admiral in the Richa f navy. Mr. Daniels ?poko also of the lantly olintane of today in the coptui navy, ' Aa bia address la so full of In- own v terasw it fi reproduced in full below, i "Pa Mr,/Daniels, aald In part: And t "it1 has often be*?u said that in our their governmental system the aona of the Ai Sontfc^O&roUna conned their atten- "Cai it i to statecraft, and. In...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 37 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 26 May 1914

The Grant Car will be owned both the pocket book of the ma Cheap cars have and will fee i and every man who could affor the sake of driving a car they c ?_ , Look at the car-distinctive appear ing, speedy, comfortable, dependable the last word in body design and in me chanical construction. It is the car that anyone can be proud to drive and-this is important-anyone can afford to. You may spend one, two or even three thousand dollars for a car and not buy more of the essential features of a high grade motor car than you 'can get in a Grant for $4C " Check it up tor yourself and see. Appearance-where can you bjuy, at any price, a finer appearing car than the alucia ooooooooooooooooooooo ooooooooo? o ANDERSON'S CONFEDERATE MONUMENT. T!in Unveiling C?r?monie? Most Interesting^ and Imprest o and Witnessed by an immense Ci UTVJ. UOO?OOOOO?OOOOOO?OOOOOOOO*iOOOO< (Amlchspn Intelligencer, Jnn. 22, Carwile of Edgefleld, ("ol! Juin 1902.) Btrong of Charlestun, who wa Tho Confederate Monume...

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

t kalan/?A VAT rion il Ornamental 1 mtwAmmtmimt History of 1 tauten by Mrs. Augustine T. Smyth? in 1!)10.) Burly tn 1894 Mrs. L. H. Raines, nf Savannah. Os., wrote to Mrs. M. C. Goodlet of Nashville, Tenn., asking for a cony of the charter, regulations, und rules of the Ladles' Auxiliary of the .CJonfederhte Soldiers' Home in Nash ville, and saying that she .wished to BKntce in Savannah a society under ?BBSS.*.*"^ tbs Ph"S?*' ~ rr. of t?o CO?S-? Mrs. Haines also suggested that the various -women's Confcaerat* societies ought to adopt one name and :.)Mrs. Goodlett approved the sugges tion, and stated thal her association Sad adopted the name "Daughters of ^ntfoderacy'," .though they had ir changed their badge and were ll the ladles' Auxiliary of tho Soi rs' Home. She expressed her in tention to call her association together ^^H|blt Mi*. Raines' "proposition tn confer together and decide upon u common hedge." Mrs. Goodlott also Says: "As ; ou Very appropriately re marked, we "should h...

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 9 ic , o o O 'fit O o ? o o o o o ' o o o ASHES C?" (From The Anderson Intel! .o o o p o o ? ?* ? . THE TRUE I88?E. (Editorial Intelligencer Nov. 13, I860, by Jae. A; Hoyt.j In times of political . excitement, when grave questions are to be decid ed upon by the masse* it is essential important that correct information pe dosstminatea,. ana xhai -me true state or facts be presented. At this moment tho people, of South Carolina .have before them an issue, distinct and easy ot comprehension, which is. lo bo determined in a few weeks kt the ballot box , . The naked proposition ls, will they pubmlt to be governed by Black Re publicans. Every intelligent reader ls advised what are the tendencies, alms and objects of that dominant sectional party, and there cannot exist even the shadow of a doubt In regard to the an Bwor they will mak? to the int?rroga tory With one united voice Carolin ians declare they will not acquiesce in a fanatical, sectional and unconsti tutional govern...

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

H?TaW ? mm . mm ~^^m*" w w ?r Get Your 1 When your eyes b brows into a pucker, y you n?ecf glasses-if J examination may av*ei The windows of th in a normal condition The quicker you c ing you, the safer you rected. ANDERSON Additional Sketche Residing in p W. H. ACKER-Fought in Co. E, Sixth Regiment, South Carolina Cav alry. Was in the battle ot TrovilHan Station, Va., June ll, 1864. Lost his right arm from tba effects of a gun-, shot around in this battle. Saya he tried to do' hts best all the time and waa one of the boys who didn't mind hunting things to cat. He wa? in the akirniisv at Dorchester church, six miiea etat bf Anderson. Capt. R. S. Cheshire wa? in command, with a rmall squad ot men not more than a dosen, while the Yank oes numbered a hundred or more, but bravery mas tered the situation, gad the blue coats were soon flying, from the gray coats. In tho rush one Yankee lost his sword which Mr. Aeker now pos sesses. The "boys'* say "Bill" Ack er was hard to beat as a soldi...

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

Poi We have severa we can. offer you we show them to quality and fjesigi the Met Kitchen < SVWfTI %~^?SlO r"*" ? --~ est degree in Kitche struction. Hands Simple-$12.50 an Why pay more f < Cabinet? When th better and qheaper. Corner of Whi and MeDuffie i 3H! in this prison Were 43,000 Yankees. At ona tifne the Yankees came near raid ing the prison and it required an efc. fort .to drive them hack- ...Just befo?g the surrender they were taken to Lake City, Florida, whare they ware pa roled,.,. Mr,, Mo?onald's,, t. oxporience with these^ soldiers waa an Interest ing one. Capt, 'Werts waa in com mand-a rigid officer. : He heard the Van wai? say ia?y v?c?;a KUI him wncn they Regained freedom which they did. Werta was from Switzerland. He was tried by the United States and hanged, an official murder.. C. N.. BRYSON, of Iva-Entered Bor vice in Co. B, Griffin's Regiment, Capt. Rramlee in command. Mr, Bryson was . wounded, twice.but lost., onl .six w?Qks from.service,, as good n sohUor...

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

Tti-e Cr' mo n O ;t O O O 0 O O O O O O O O O O < WmWX&^WST' : ?? - 7 ' .' . s ? .MIR. PAY" 3' TRIBUTE TO THE ? O WOiKKM < ?>.".;< O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O < - S Pr?sident Jefferson Davis in bti great vor ic. "The Rise and Fall of th? confederacy/' pays a high tribute t< the noble women of the South in th< dedication which follows: To the Women ot the Confederacy: Whose pious ministrations to oui wounded soldiers soothed the lest hours of those died far from the object of tbeli Tenderest I<ova Whose domestic labora contributed much to supply the want Of our defenders in the field; Whose seamus faith in bur csuse Shone a guiding ?tar undimmed ny th. darkest clouds of war; Whose fortitude E*pressed their enduring grief, ion and Reverence For cur sacred dead, and Whose patriotism Will teach thrlr children to ?mut?t P.erol?Vikmary sires, These pages are dedicated .' r.2y their countrymen ?: T. o r. O O O OJO OCOOOQOO! o F.*?*t* Rslatmg t* tb? War- .&...

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

fl ? ? u4. v. r- - v U liant fashions ! tsiocn c WiH Stein-Bloch ^iart Clothes we men; the stales are clrrect to the sinai terials are ??Vb^st, i^? tailoring is thc exclusively here, |t8? $20, $22.'50, $2 The pre^?mij^d,0f Our young mer Young.menr#^^ high-class ??^Onsis developed by the to be had anywherdeise; clothes that c want the ni^CcritiJal Joung me#, wh? tiesto see thebes Values, $ 15;(W?i Bo/sjSi?ts of jQualil Our boys' store ?n the 2nd floor. We Stand strongly for better qualit ~? ^ J.V- -- iimrlrtYKkncKini' An 1 ?"? ^I^LIlW^y ?rv?i nixuiwiu}/., w?? - f i tailoring; better fabrics you no-fiwwurnake a boy IcoK stylishly < Attractives|feits, single and double b folks ; Scotcn^eeds" aro! fine worst? $7.50, $8.503*^*12, A handsome free with eacrvbPy -steiit, Ordorby Parcel* P?gtV W? prepay a" charge*, Mofcey cheerfully rs!? ;iaf R?union Number, Con [y, Jan. IS, 1811. ANDERSON, S. C., TUESDAY M ?iv >> "'. * : * . f . ' .. i ...??..-?. ? IF you were going ? do business i...

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

BARBARA FRIETCHIE Whit?cr'a Poem Waa Full of Falsehood and ? Disgrace * o its Slanders Upon Ste* ?wall Jack? Aa Hine passes we forgo? the sharp pntpatu. There wa?, a 1*008 ,of debarkation tu tho civil war daughter Mary Cjuaut fer wo are ono country today. Put Hag in thq tailor's houj thero were things, wsittan and things that the uulqu array was sa."d by Bouie of the warlike poets and taking Jackson'H mea fe orators of the north that have boen -seized tho flag, ran ^ conjrttHitjd to posterity to the Injury cony and waved it. of the south. The men that faced *?, * * each'other across the fields where the Observing her. Genet bullet^ sang had not so much hatred Jackson, who was ridin for clich other, but it was the man In of, his troops, took off h the bomb-prc * homos who did the de rod bis men to uncov< mean, work. One of these waa John and they did so, and Grcojuoat Whittier who wrote a me- Jackson, sold that .he g morlablo poem "Barbara Prletchte" In to uncover because h whicht...

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

? Jf Bi tii A FIRM ? ? ", \ : ? : ?E ft. .i J, t. i* rKFTCH OF OLD COXFE?>KB4,T? TRKA8URY / Ut, XA_ -- ,-j. mn? "?r?j tiuiinn; . j ; Thia -historie pince is s fit ban queting place for the South Caroli na division or .the United Daughters of tho Confederacy 'itt historie asso ciation with the Cit> of Andorson. datea hack for more thad fifty years, winn it was tho educational center, toot od fy ot this; but ali of the Pled jftraiti?Teglon, anti as the Johnson Fe maJC/lmiyerslty; it stood without poor ior the education of the daughters ot the State thia aide ;ot the rar-fatned But war's "rude alarm -rang'' ti.rough the land, and Its doors were closed.'while .the ?dna of tho State ?locked tothe front and dattghtera mood by with iear-rtfmm?rt eyes sad -.tching, hearts, bot ' hands active tn .atweterfntf to th? wsint* ot the dear ones m tho> field: ' The e-worguneies of .4crvlc?v tn . 18*4, dewmndcd ihe estab-' fishing cf a hiram h of tee Confederate 'Freer.dry at Columbia, S tV...

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

Copyright by Review ot Reviews o ?MNEhAL JOB WHEELER, Cl ATTACK AT THE FIRST REUNION IN THE C< The Echoes of the Last G Died Away When Called Top-efl i Tho folio winn interesting story ir. copied-from the Anderson Intelligen cer of August 3, 1865: For the Intelligencer: v. srhfcne to P?ln<Bfto Ulf lernen. Saturday, July 9th, will ever be hold in pleasant remembrance by the mern, b?nr' dr the Palmetto Riflemen and their friends, and the noble generosity of Mr. Crawford Keys, of Anderson district will be regarded with lasting emotions of gratitude. To him belong? Ujacredit of striving to dissipate the ?loot i of gloom, and ? despondency which had settled down upon the peo. plo of this eommulty, and of tendering the /first tribute of welcome to acme ol our brave citizens, since their return war. True its end has beon mfrtfe ?oar arms, most chilling tc cur hopes and most galling to :,o\v pride, after all we had dared and endured; but the brave Southern men have the consciousness o...

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

Nothing will please your Tanks Towers Pump Jacks iin< --For botfl Shallow an Nothing but th? Bes Cylinders made. .i KIA '-t;*rpj;--^i?i4 ?ri?, flea, iona Banovant Brig ?ra. James Chestaat Bktf ?en Barnard ? Bee, Maj Uea. M V Butler. Brig. Gen. Brat!??. Brig,;<5JjU I*. Bonham, Brig. Ben. N. li.. ET*??. Brffr Gen. Stephen Elliott, Jr. Brig, Gea. M. W? dary Brig. Gen. Tfcss. J?. Drayton J-?J..-LJUL!-L-1-!-J- ,. ---^ ooooooooo o o oonoo o o wreath* and garlands of them with ? ?iv I* wn,ch to d?.k our white swiss drossH 0 ?*E *AY A? jo es, etc,, op these gala, days, for oar ooooonoaoooo 00 00*0 Jo echoola always had what wa called -y j "May partlce," iftif M a! M> A ch<^a'^??im'"wwe crowned, aa? I ah?, with ali her rahjocw and the soo hare bfca always bright and jatds. ?alreA, ami even some of the The roses, ayringa and crab ?pile j goddesses , rapa? Olympia, would blossoms never fall to bloom lb time I hold nnaU puted sway for the time, for our fe&ltals. We wonhi auk* j ...

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

0m A Special Demonstration PWi o? GOSSARD CORSETS. ^ Six Days June 1 to ?! Iff! ^7 ^/ At a considerable expense,-we have A rf] frOSSudO made special arrangements to have ft/yw COR>SEnr>S Miss Gertrude King, special demon rjjM ThtjyLace In Front strator for the H. W. Gossard Corset fjj Company, assist us in a demonstj?ftj?pn of Gossard Corsets. / / This will be the style event of tlj$ season in Anderson and / / / it is our desire to have every woman' in this city visit our J / Vt Corset Department some time during these days. ?I M ' ''"^yleJI?re different this season-very different-and you k must have accurate and authentic information if you are w to obtkin the utmost from your corset and other wear ing apparel. During this demonstration you will not be importuned to buy. All we ask j- that you avail yourself of information and style news which is at your di?pjsal. A fitting can be arranged by appointment. . This should be done, if possible. Remember - there is only one place ...

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