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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 19 May 1914

*1 * ELECTRIC err * . * Items of Inter ant and Persona * Wireless oa tho St (Prom S une Atlanta Afte r F Iks Cu? von ti ?a. So weil nrenattf. wae. Atlanta with"*; tho Imperial Council' of\jtbb~Myatior Slirino the Georgia etty has.jle?jrdefb to KO after thsK #)?'.'.^tjoflal Gtjsk vention of 13. P. Q. .Elks'?nd the ?nder>, non Elke have ''been asked to assist' Atlanta lu getting-.'thia- groat conven tion. The Elks gathering ia second in importance tb the^Shrine alone, and it ia annually one of the bigges* fra ternal gatherings lu the country. Lest year thc Grand Lodge of Elks met at rochester, N. Y., and this year it will go In July to Denver, Colo., and it is already practically conceded that the' lut*, convention .will go to Seattle, Wash., therefore Atlanta's best chance is to secure the meeting for. 1916. lt ls presumed that every Southern State twill assist Atlanta in her fight to get itho''convention and it goes without' the saying that ali Sont ii Carolina lodges will instru...

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. — 19 May 1914

OFFICERS AND MEN STUDY THEIR DUTIES CLOSELY NEW SCHOOL OPENS Noncommissioned Officers Receive ] Instruction nt Military Science -Visit Styx Camp While die immediate probability o? thc State militia being called out for . aoUve service has greatly Iossened. . realization of the heed of constant pru. paarodnpss has awakened latent In terest'and tlie different organization^ . have been extremely active during the past month. Schools for tho Instruct flon of both officers and men have been opened and tho atteudance has shown thc intense Interest of nil in pi yiaru- ' tlcn fe emergency. A L\U . lAuintsaloned officer's school tor thc four Columbia companies has been established tb' meet 'weekly, ana1 ' tho school for officers tbst bas been going on for thc i nat six months has peen especially active. A day .Has k'been open?, at tho camp at Styx, Inhere practical instruction was given - .sa. making sketches, estimating dis-1 fences, etc., and . also other Informa-1 thin necessary to o >...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 19 May 1914

OF CHEMl TEN MEN ?LUD. AND -FOURI FATALLY HURT IN DE TRbrr itt?f SEVERAL MEXICANS ?t: ? r ^ Ware Engaged In Manufacturing ? Imitation Leather Oat ol Crude Rabber By Secret Procese Detroit, Mich., May Iii.-Ten men, moat or them enemista, were hilled by | sn .explosion of acid end chemicals .n the mixing room of the Mexican Crude Htthber Company aere today. Four other employees, taken to a hospital, rosy die. Two men were seriously ; hurt. The one story concrete building j was almost obliterated. Other build ings witbin a radius of s mlle were more or less damaged. The loss waa estimated at $50,000. I The dead are: Edward Christopher. Willam Mccoy, C. Larsen, AI Hodglns, Victor R1. Burns, William P. Niles, Joseph Casso, Gorton Letta, Emen .Aman and Georgs Gleggoria. The four last named were Mexicans. Just what caused the explosion robably will never be known. Every man In the mixing room at the moment j of the explosion was killed. . Masses of cement and concrete were found several bl...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 19 May 1914

Make Me Prove It Yon can't buy a suit of clothes tlie i llino way you'll hoy a block of gov nrnntenl bondi. Vou'vc got to walk up to your Hitit anti take n mental in ventory of UH aaset S anti liabilities. You've got to Rang' Ibo strength and beauly of tho muterlul, tho correct ncaa of thc stylo, tho ounlhy of th" cul, thc fairness of tho. pi'ce tag. Vou'vc gol to do all Ibis -unless you cat ry money around with you, only as a ballast. Wlion I tell you thal these clothes even surpass what I have ever shown before, I am tell ing you what in the sound, ununswer able truth. Como and see-and you will go for these sulla ns you have never gone for u null heforn my word for that. Palm Hench Suite-fancy stripes or plain, some atoros get $10 for them and nome feature them at $7.r,0, Hallos' way . $15.50 Heautlful Now Hlue Worsteds, self stripe, with belt of sam? material, correctly tailored am? worth $18. Hallos' way only $12 no English Mohairs In gray und blacks, anil in stripes, special Ra...

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. — 22 May 1914

. ?y... Intelligencef NEW SERIES, VOL. 1, NO. ?. W??kly. l?tobU??e* 18?; Dal?* Jan. 18, !'./.<. _'_ ?_._ _ ANDERSON, S. C., MORNING, MA\32, 1914. PRICE $1.50 THE YEAR, TIP TO BET OUT DICTATOR SAYS HE WILL HOLD ON TO THE LAST PITCH U. S. SHIPS NORTH i Slackening of Tension and Better Order In South It Is Said Rea son For Withdrawing For ses ' (By Associated Press.) Mexico City, May 20.-Provialonnl President Huerta, in the course of an interview {oday said. "Ike Mexican peace delegates have no inaii actions to offer my resignation nt the conference at Niagara Falls." The president spoke with energy, studing errect, and emphasized his words with a characteristic gesture. Prior to this the acting minister for. foreign affairs, Estese Ruiz, had de clared that Mexican representatives !?*Iu trCCn g.T?? "Su?p?c poners" by tile government to deal with. everything that may be discussed at the peace con ference with the object of solving the international, difficulty. Warships Conting North...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 22 May 1914

VVoirc ,-.,". , .?'..-',?. . . ' II . pi-cull -r .. . . ' . : . : : .-?...<. sada p.:?-'rvf.Vr r< ? . i !.. i l-jriijfiUtd li \hfl h?.r:u!' ?. ? .. ?. ?< - ? .'".< itjre olin i?<niun i:,. . . . ? .H u-y in ; unit i.* u! lb? approvji'ii. s?ioinafnlH i f lY&itu u iu ibo Carolinas. lt? action ! I'.Wl, i ; lu.M-., nil MI.'K) Mi.pi.i I.:I j. l,i.-.; I . .?0.1:141. ? ":-..? lt!;."! f>Ul'*U ?'ift' ...>.?.. . :?. . r.;s"'jt.vi- / .. Iben lOjiei'iJ :.:? li.TTf' i-iuitew. Willi (bill !iwc?? i!m '?(?iii'..-- fi.v i''*!' bcTtimi nor fiaj; psjfi i?i ijipy-ar? ri-rvei Vi' pteaiUijd ?110 Mit beini? < wuflh lin ldli:-.'. Mi ny iii yo ir Itel.Tli b >? hnvi' bVot! l.i-l,>.'.| I - ll. jif lirourtrti o nd le?rn btjwttier Uenanied. VJ?? driiffiri.': iifvhaMf bau I'.. If not send hli'i.-arne um) nu? d' liar for ?i M?: bool? :u rcnn? Y SALES CORPORATION, CHARLOTTE. N. C. lift. Joe Parson's Wash jjj??y tn o-'ouecii'jo wiih iiio io u.viiv for thc mire ofBoroa ?uta lb? roll?...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 22 May 1914

! Forget! WU T? Ait tOWijl to VJ) I - in our store for your wants in Dress Goods Silks Trimmings Ready-to-Wear Garments Millinery Oxfords Hosiery Underwear and Everthing For Woman V WE'VE ? ? Many bargains in the different . S' departments that are really worth ! I while. - I Co?tie to see us or send your m Iorders. v 1 ?- . - 1 ? '..'L-l 11 1 "?"'f , u _ i --- . sfyaam %TmNG?fis w/r/i N/CE 4 1 If all of these .schemes which "Smooth" strangers como around to peddle aro such great "Money Makers" why don't they KEEP them themselves? When 4 man is trying hard to sell t ou a proposition there is something in it for HIM-that's a sure thing. Is it not better for us all to keep our money here at home, invest in and build up OUR OWN Community? The man who does this is prosperous. Wc pay 4 per cent, interest cn Savings. .V.akc G'ju'?.t?k YOUR bank Anderson, S. C. ? HMM ANOTHER AFTER COUNTY OFFICE James M. Cathcart Will Put Up a SHff Reen for Aldenp^J?^'; Judge Cost Wants Office Considerable ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 22 May 1914

THE JWOEBSOHIHTELLIGENCER FoHBded Aufruf 14, 1810 IM lfsrth 91 Ala Street AKDERSOIf, 8. C. WILLIAM BANKS - - ?altor W. W BMOAK -.j Business Manager tutored According to Act ot Con 0nm M Second Clans Mall Matter at (fee Pontofflce at Anderson, SA. 0/ fekltshsd Except Every Morning Monday ?Ssnl-Weekly Edition on Tuesday aa? Friday Mornings ?Sfsvl-Weekly Edition-fl BO par Tsar. Dally Edition-$5.00 per annum; .Mt flor Six Month*; $1.25 for Three IN ADVANCE Member of th? Aaaociated Prese an? Receiving Complets Dally Telegraphic Service .W??i J. .A Sarge circulation than any other re ? jj sp ir tn this Congressional DJs VBLIPflOHXBt Editorial - Easiness Offlcs Job Printing Local Mewn .ociety Nsws - - ITT - - - 5? - - -?t8-L ? - P M7 - - tn paper regularly please notify ?ito your n*mo on label Br ia' printed date to which _. ali?; Jil sneaks and lit be drawn to Tbs Ander itelBgenoer. \~ BF r ? - Washington. ityay,/8?,-Fair Tburs ^ and prcJbabiy tJTidsy. not much in temperature. s first" ia...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 22 May 1914

Ut fltosMtlfj TtyifaHrt tad far, I Kvjf TREATISE TUBERCULOSIS Tbi'j^^i?^^^tliu l?^iS. .tani I 9? bocti .Ii" *?lP BVM If yon arc In th? w*55ll?w?u ,n**roct 7ou how others, with tu old. and they bauered their cue bopeleee. -L. i r . ^T' **"* ?ew I raavtnoat ab* rt-? zar they want voa to har? thia Witta tot?ay. ? may mean ttx> earla* ot y^nJuJ? IL- -? I- - -i-i. . -i*- 1 I'USJ For SORE BEAD I i ?a?cl?ea Pox) ? C*\ _ 1W? -tread ftiin wBI ?III lili _ W I ? prncU;?l!y ruin tb?fiore s?&Uf?&fffl' ^UtttU (Cakste Pea) oigBeHjpi'^'fix 1 I? ? ?ure cart. ?jyNT~ prtt lice. tnlUe. et?.. ?PSF with a core weapon. IlPrSiSS? Powdered Ut? KUI er For Sale by Pouche Drug Co., Anderson, S. C. W. II. Harrison, Anderson, S. C. W. A. Power, Anderson, S. C. Evans' Pharmacy, Anderson, S. C: Peoples' Grocery Co., Anderson, S. C. Anderson Cash Croce. Anderson,' 8. C. M. M. Hunter, Pendleton. S. C. 3303 Frierson's Pharmacy, Belton, S. C. Youwiw^domg yourself a good turn by installing a GAS RANGE. We se...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 22 May 1914

FEDERALS ROUTED RY TBE REBELS1 CARRANZA AID SAYS VILLA HAS SWEPT ALL BEFORE HIM LATELY NO ?ETAILS GWEN Wilson Connected Closely By Wire With Mediators end Work Starts At Onto (By Associated Press) Kl Paso. Texas, May 1?.-General Francisco Villa lias defeated 5.000 Fed erals at Pared?n, according to a mes sago received hore today from Inldro I abela, acting minister of foreign re lations in Carranza's cabinet. Tito date of the ungagoincnt was not given. According to the message the feder als suffered a severo loss in killed and wounded and il wau suid two federal generals were among tho killed. The message stated General Villa had cap tured 800 prisoners, several machli.w guns, 600,000 rounds or ammunition una a lurge quantity or military aup 1*" Mediation ?essiea On. Washington,. May 10.--With media filon proceedings, moved to Niagara Ntolls, activity here In the Mexican sit Ipniou was notably, relaxed today.' lt tho evident purpoHO of tho-Wash tuRiVii government to give the con lAt...

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. — 22 May 1914

-?<J.-t...i-y ?>?,... . :? ... ig.... .. . FOB LAW Hi OBOER IN THIEF CITY BISHOP GUERRY MADE A PRESENTATION OF CASE IS NON POLITICAL But Will .UM Its ' Influence to Stamp .Out Corruption In Politics (Tuesday's Daily.) Itt. Rev. Waiter A. Querry, bishop of thc Protestant Episcopal church, dlo cene of South Carolina, was the guest of honor last evening at the Church man's club of Grace Episcopal church, Anderson, and delivered a talk to tho | members of "The Work br the Law and Order League" of Charleston. | The meeting was held at the beauti- ' ful home of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Godfrey, I 12 i Webb street, and tbe splendid bos. pltallty shown to the guests by that household made the evening pass , quickly. Music and refreshments were features that^were highly < ".joyed by all present. Porter A. Wlialey, wan ' chairman of the meeting. . The bishop was formally presented to the club ny Rector J. H. Glboney, of Grace church, or rather tbe club was presented to the bishop, the visi...

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. — 22 May 1914

SOME d^*wr^ WELL ISSI-I urviiviEZR ; ? li UITS (Jp il . AT I M?: $10 Td $15 i M At Least We Think They Are. In fact, we GUARANTEE them to be the Best ever offered for the price we are selling 'p. tn ..' .. .. .. .. .. ilium iii i II in nw- !?? i II i i * i i A Lest You Forget .\ Regal Shoes and Oxfords in Quarter Sizes _$4.00 $4.50 $5.00 "R. W. TRIBBLE The Up-To-Date Clothier. ANDERSON, : SOTTH CAROLINA. ET WEDDING AT ABBEVILLE Bride and Groom Ran Aw?<y and Were i^'S^M1 : noon in Near-by County . A surprise to the people ot this sec tion will be the announcement of the Marriage of Miss Irma Cooley and Lewis M. Barksdale, which took place at Abbeville last Sunday afternoon shortly before 5 o'clock. Miss Cooley's home ls at Lowndesville while the groom ls from Augusta, Ga? . I Without informing' any of their friends concerning their plans the couple left Lowndesville Sunday af ternoon and drove to Abbeville, where the ceremony waa performed at the home of W. D. Barksdale, the Rev. ...

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. — 29 May 1914

. ?y... Intelligencef NEW SERIES, VOL. 1, NO. ?. W??kly. l?tobU??e* 18?; Dal?* Jan. 18, !'./.<. _'_ ?_._ _ ANDERSON, S. C., MORNING, MA\32, 1914. PRICE $1.50 THE YEAR, ALL WERE HAPPY THERE WAS A GREAT DEM? CASTRATION YESTERDAY AFTERNOON MEMORABLE SCENE Several Hundred Survivors Ia the Parade Behind the Rattle Flag of the 4th Regime-it The liil4 Confederate Reunion came to a close in Anderson this morning shortly after midnight, when the an nual reunion ball was concluded, wita tho strains of "Homo Sweet Home." al though the business session of the veterans bad Leen ended early n the afternoon. The mammoth parade at .*? o'clock was followed by a reception at the Hotel Chiquola atd then the ball brought the reunion to a close - a re union said io have Leen the most suc cessful although not thc largest, in the organization's history. When the meeting was opened yes terday morning ? motion was mad? that tho commission from the veterans to urge a more sufficient pension sum from the S...

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. — 29 May 1914

W VISITORS MUCH PLEASED WITH THE RECEPTION PIROYIDEP FOR There We? Food and Sleeping Accommodation* For Every One of Big Crowd (From 'nmrHtluy'H Daily.) The animal reunion of the United Confederate Veteran? of South Caro U'na waa corom?nci d most auspicious- j iy yesterday. The weather wa? very j summery, hut there ls a lot of shade Ur'Anderson. Tin- hand concert on the court house situare ushered in the {iroceedlngs of tho day, after which ollowed the morning session at the headquarters tent,' and this was fol lowed by meetings in the afternoon and the entertrinmeut at Beuna Vista park last night. ! There was u whole lot of happiness crowded into yesterday. Men who had not seen each other for a generation fell upon each other's necks and wept tears Of Joy. Many un old heart made young again tn the recalling of those days when they were shoulder to Shoulder in the trenches. ' Benches had heeu placed in roany PiVehlent places and under the great cs in tbe rear of the courthouse re we...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 29 May 1914

ALL CAN PLAY ON OUR Autopiano or Milton Player Pianos The low price will surprise you and we'll take your old Piano as part pay. Gall and let us show you how well you can play on the Autopiano. : : C. A. Reed Piano and Organ Co. Established 1878. Steinway, Knabe, Ivers & Pond Pianos, Edison Disc Phonographs. Anderson, - - South Ca roi in? TfiE?Pfi?/D?Nr AfAAT'W/LL BEWARE . OFSAfMQT/f STRANGERS W/T/f A//CE { ^ SEEM/NG M*JSCf/EMES If all of these schemes which "Smooth" strangers come around to peddle are such great "Money Makers" why don't they KEEP them themselves? "L When a man ?""trying hard to sell yon . a proposition there ii something in it for HIM-that's a sure thing. Is it not better for us all to keep our money her? at home, invest in and build up OUR OWN Community? v The man who does this b prosperous. We pay 4 per cent, interest on Savings Make OUR liant YOU?3 bank 1 Anderson, S. C. The FARMERS AND MERCHANTS and Thc Farmers Loan & Trust'Co. Will be pleased to discou...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 29 May 1914

THE ftMDES50N INTELLISEK8EB f ounded August 11, 1SOU IK North Mala Strati ANDERSON, 8. C. ? ? WILLIAM BANKS - . Mdltor W. W BMOAK - Business Manager: ?--r.-\ sintered According to Act of Con gress aa Second Class Mall Matter at the Postofflce at Anderson, B. C. I -Weekly Edition-$1 60 per Tear. Dally Edition-16.00 per annum; .2.60 tor Six Months; $1.25 for Three IN ADVANCB rr , i Member of the Associated Press and Receiving Complete Daily Telegraphic Barrien mr. ? , . A large circulation than any other j r?wapaper in this Congressional Dis trict .TELEPHONES i Editorial - Business Office Job Printing Local News Society News - IS? - 821 -618-L 127! - 121 The Intelligencer ls delivered by carriers ta the city It yon fail to get your paper regularly pleaae notify aa.. Opposite your name on label of your paper is printed date to which your paper ls paid. All checks and drafts should be drawn to The Ander ?on Intelligencer. The Weather. Washington, May 28-Forecast: South Carolina-Partly c...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 29 May 1914

Millinery Bargains , / UH.? . t.??.**?"- ..f*X.-**0..^*4.' Tomorrow ?^ ?$p day you cati t?uy ?ii extra Hat at bargain prices -some at your own price. We've recived this week many new shapes thai we bought cheap, everyone just as pretty as you want to wear. Come in and talk it over wit h our trimmer. She'll make you any .sort of a hat you de sire. Other good bargains in Ready-to-Wear and Oxfords. Send us your orders. M?orc-WJson ?i HERE ARE NEW PARASOLS Kallo \ot just asmattering of styles; not a lot' of Iftf t|^ers, |rpm last year's stock ; ?bt a lot of cheaply constructed sun . ., ' . F >. J -?.. ?.. . . ? ( ? * shades bought to sell at a price, but a blg^%tlsf|iagj^ectl?? Pi yie newest oreit^nsWthe^ear.^' ! ' The "dome," the "bell," the "roll." the ^ap" ?? ins" '"'"raln^ndrs . all the . rr-.t ideas have been embodied In $i>te?3??ft?#'? riotroA^lor and novelty offret-, plain colors with bor 44r*j. g?vy colored stripes, etc.. etc . pk bt tf ?Ati? L-*& >"j ?Handsome all ...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 29 May 1914

NOTICE. AD Act to Regulate thc operation of traction engines on or across public bridges cf Andersen County: 8ection 1. Operation of t rael lon en gines across public bridges In Ander son county, regulatod. tu* it nuacted by tho General Assembly of the State ot South Carolina; that fr?ui and after the paasago of thiu act, any persou. finn cr corporation, U??UK or cansina to be used, any traction engine or en gines, on or across the bridges on thu public highways in Anderson County, shalt in crossing any of the Raid bridges, place apon the surface of said bridge pieces of timber not less than two ?r>oh?e thick and twelve Inches Wide, on which said timbers tho salo eaglaes may pass and cross the salu 1 bridges. . . . . , DAMAoaa.. h Beetloo 2.-Any person, Arm or cor poration who shall violate tho provis ions of Section 1 of this net, shall bo Hubie to the said County, for all dam ages done to any bridge-therein. Tho above act was poseed at the 1914 session of the General and will b...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 29 May 1914

Feaster G. Triable, Secretary, "?very loyal 0. O. T. in Nortn unu South Carolina is now thinking In I erins of .the EJgtb Annual Convention of ihe Grand C??nci? bf' the Carolinas which wll be held In G reen vile on June 6th and 6th," raid Feaster G. Tribble yesterday. He is secretary of the lo-j cal council. "Are you going, Mr. U. C.'T.T If not. you will bo one of the 1 few absentees, because everybody is! coming-and hlsFwJfe. .* The Greenville Council has formu lated a tpjendjd psogram which will TMgtn Thursday dight, June 4th, with a' reception and dance at the Chick Springs Hotel, for which special prep arations hayo been made. Friday morning at 9:30 will witness the official opening bf the convention ? in the Qr?hd opera ?iouse when May or John 'B: Marshall wilt' make an ad drees of welcome and Mr.*'JV Th bs. Ar nold for \b? Qr?wjB* Post,' Tr P. A. ??j? former Ooun'sMor I?. A. Hoghes win 're?pdbd/H6n:vJbs?'ph ?. McCui-| tough': wi ll denver ah . ad dr e ss' and Grand Counsel or ...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 29 May 1914

CONFEDERATE F Were Given Over to The Troop That Fought 1 Two historic CoiUMlerate Hugs to be returned were captured in Maryland. Ono of those, tho slurs and lui rs ol' Cobb's Legion, of Georgia, will i>?- r< turned to that State, li was captured at Crampton's Pans, Maryland, by th< Fourth New Jersey Volunteers. Tor bert's Brigade, Slocum's Division or Frankly n'a Corps. The other is tin Confederate battle t?as of the Texas Brigade, which banner waa capture?.' .-nt Hhurp.HhurK. Md.. September 17 1802, by tho Ninth Pennsylvania No serves. Amung the most notable of the <'<>!> federate banners to be returned to tin States are the three following, willoi wr? presented to the War Department by Brig. Gen. A. Sblmmelfenning: Gurrlson flag "Secesslonville." Jumps Island, 8. C., defenBca of Char leston, captured February, 186.",. Garrison flag of the citadel, Charles tony S. captured February IS. . 8GT,. Garrison flag of "Fort Moultrie," Charlestown harbor, captured Febru...

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