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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 23 May 1915

of Ja DR. I. IYENAGA SAYS SITUA TION IS MORE SERIOUS THAN IN CALIFORNIA CONGESTION HURTS Japanese Professor of History in Chicago Addresses Men at Dinner at Plaza. New York.-Thc fuilure of Ameri cana to understand '.the position of Japan In the far cast is likely to result in a mor<; serious situation than that randed by the "Japan-California controversy," Dr. I. lyenaga, profes sor of history at thc l'nlversity of Chlcugo, told prominent Americans and Japanese at a dinner elven at th? Hotel Pinza by Major George Haven Putham, Charles A. Coffin, Lindsay russell, and Krflerson McMillin. The ?linjier was thc occasion of bringing ont a book '.America to Japan." which ls a companion volume lo "Japan to America," which was published several mouths ago. The first volume contained appreciations of this country by many eminent Jap anese, and the book which came out last night is a cordial reciprocation containing contributions upon Japan from many well-known Americans. The speeches by Am...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 23 May 1915

\jn mH tn*4 MI an kinta af ?itv Jafkaf toad ana" aVwia by |*nn im?tfi 4 *??fh kmli Af rao lat I SO ?ti? Cy M. I ahaaM t? utnt te keep ih?m eut DANGER FLIES AND MOSQUITOES. CARRY FILTH AND DISEASE Battle with Flies and save Health. House Fly is Gerin Breeder Fly Season is open. Pul ?ii your screens. Especially in Typhoid, f ever and Tuberculosis cases it is accountable for distribution. M A small amount of money will screen your house. We have a complete stoi k of Screen Doors, Windows, and Wire Cloth. Place your order now. , ?> SULLIVAN HARDWARE CO. Anderson, . Greenville, Belton. ! Bargains We have a few sets of buggy harness we want to sell quick at $8.00 a set. Lots of good home made bridles at $1.50 each. Pads 15 and 20 cents each. Stage har ness, breeching, lines, etc., c?ieap. We. manufacture and repair harness and use nothing but the best leather. We are painting buggies every day and giving satisfaction as to prf?e^at?d quality ' of work. .Let us make your buggy look like...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 23 May 1915

SV' ac a ti on j This is the day of the camp de luxe! A vacation spent close to Nature once meant a complete separation from all home comforts-a leaving behind of everything but the camp outfit and the fishing tackle. Not so, the modern seek er of health and pleasure. Today his camp looks like a cross between a department store and a Rockefeller country man g sion! '. B One of the indispensables of the modern Camp Alad din, is a I ^Waterman | Fountain Pen Always ready, requiring no space, the letter to the Onh Girl in the World can be written as satisfactorily as if the writer were in the writing room of Grove Park Inn. Memoran g 'dums are easily kept-various happenings of int?rest re corded for the folks back home. !Don't think they are made for business men alone Learn to know the pleasure of owning a Waterman all your own. We have them all prices-come in and let us show YOU. : ' ...... Marchbanks fi? Babb I Ad Contest Entry SPRING SONG purest song and mirth, J3? beaker full to th...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 23 May 1915
Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 25 May 1915

Generally fair Tuesday and Weders, day. Local Coltan.8 7-8c VOLUME II. ANDERSON, S. C. TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 25, 1915. NUMBER 114. JOINS ALLIES IN EFFORTS TO ADMINISTER CRUSHING DEFEAT ON AUSTRIANS CENSORSHIP WILL BE MOST RIGID And Will Be Strictly Enforced i Even to Point of Restrict ing Personal Liberties. Rome, May 24.-Details concern ing Italy's formal declaration of war against Austria late yesterday have been given out by Foreign Minister Sonulno at a three hour cabinet coun cil. Diplomatic relations between the vatican and the belligerents were also discussed. Sonnino expressed the belief that Germany will de clare war us Boon as officially in formod of Italy's actlon| Council did not consider military questions. They have been entrusted entirely to the military staff which will .. work In harmony with the commanders of thc allied forces. Financial measures were discussed. It is believed a war luau will be floated either here or Hlgid censorship decrees have been published and...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 25 May 1915

JK^L-PytN ts A HOM E lNOLrj_\^ ^ There's lot? of room for - jS? thought-and there's J??S? (?|? plenty of truth in this '^f^ Kg?^ "ad contest" entry. I ?| Jg? ^FORHQM^S, y EE , . ... . . A fellow CAN live almost anywhere! For instance, some live in caves, some in the desert, some in hot, congested districts and all of them get away with it SOMEHOW! That "SOMEHOW" is the pivot. All depends upon YOUR definition of it! If it means satisfac tion to live on hot crowded streets, indifference to sanitation, lack of shade and natural beauty, then the Somehow spells mere Existence. . But if it means a roomy lot, flowers and fruit, modern conveniences, and luxuries, cool lawns, and a public park, good water, beautiful homes, and good neighbors, THEN the "SOMEHOW" means real living! Folks LIVE up in North Anderson ! Honoritb?e Mention Quality Cream hf ade From Rich Cream And It Tastes It Bring Us Your Thirst WE HAVE The Flavor To Suit Your Favor Soda That Makes Your Mouth Water THE FOUNTAIN OF ...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 25 May 1915

'Princine is Worthy of Its Container I" -says Miss Princine WHEN we revolutionized the making of baking powder and gave our produce the name Princine, we sought for a perfected container to keep it in. And so the Princine cup was devised. lt preserves the leavening power of Princine by preserving i*.3 dryness, lt is more convenient to use. because of the handy handle. And it is useful around the kitchen after the Princine is all used up. No solder to cause lead contamination. No rough edges to out or scratch your hands. It ?3 easy to open, and airtight when closed. And best of all, Princine is worthy of it! ^ LiggettL'Myers' ^oiipoiis and lags ?edeemed1n our R*emiurn Dept Y Om- big stock of Liggett & Myers^B r .premiums includes dozens of arti- ^ c?es for .men, -women and children. Come in and see them. Special courtesy to ladies. Evans* Pharmac New, Clean, Sanitary, Pleasing Fresh Meats and Fisk Country Produce of thc very best grades only. Fish dressed, and cleaned perfectly w...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 25 May 1915

THE INTELLIGENCER ESTABLISHED 1MJ0. Published every morning except Monday by Tho Anderson Intelligen oer at 140 West Whittier Street, An derson, S- C. SEMI-WEEKLY INTELLIGENCER Published Tuesdays and Friday? Entered as second-clans matter April 28, Ht M. at tho poHt office nt Anderson, Mouth Carolina, under the Act of March 3, 1879. ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCHES Telcpbono .321 SUBSCRIPTION BATES DAILY One Year .$5.00 Sis Months . 2.50 Three Mciths . 1.21} One Month.4 J One Week .10] SEMI-WEEKLY One Year .$1.50 Slat Months - .75 The Intelligencer ls delivered by carriers in the city. Look at the tfrintcd label on your) paper. The date thereon show? wher the subscription expires. Notice date I on label carefully, and If not correct I please notify us at once. Subscribers desiring the addrens of their paper changed, will please stute In their communication both the old and new addresses. To Insure prompt delivery, com plaints of non-delivery in the city I of Anderson Bhould be mado to th...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 25 May 1915

OSBORNE & PEARSON'S "QUIT SALE Firestone: TIRES They are the tires that carry you longest, fur therest and easiest, with most miles per dollar and fewest stops on the way. For Sale By Todd Auto Shop h GOLD BAND Premiums FOB Gold Band So~p Wrappers and M Ryan's Naphtha Powdered Soap Coupons Wrappers Can Be Redeemed st Peoples New Furniture Co, ,A^EEB80",TREB 8T' Come fn and (jet Oar Premium lilt Closing E: of the Hi HELD LAST EVENING IN AUD ITORIUM FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH ?BJ 1 ADDRESS BY HON. J. E. SWEAR1NGEN State Supt. of Education Gives Wise Counsel to Members Graduating Class. Thp commencement exorcises of the Anderson High school held last even ing in the First Baptist church ?pr? marked hy their simplicity and th& manner in which every detail of the program was carrcd out. The church was filled tn Its utmost capacity nr. 1 the rostrum, banked with beautiful ferns and jotted plans, on which sat the graduating class and the members of the chorus, made a Very jretty scene. T...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 25 May 1915

mm ?0 ^^^^^^^^^^^ 9 MAKE THE KITCHEN LIVABLE ON'T swelter over I a hot coal stove this JL^ summer. The NEW PERFECTION Oil Cook stove keeps your kitchen cool and clean and does away with all the ash-pan, coal-hod drudgery of the coal range. Thc NEW PERFECTION lights like gas, regulates like gas, and cooks like gas. It's gas stove com fort with kerosene on. Something Neiv, An oven that be comes a fireless cooker merely by Dulling a damper. Ask your dealer to show you the NEW PERFEC TION No. 7, with fireless cook ing oven; also the PERFECTION WATER HEATER. It gives you plenty of hot water, yet leaves you independent of the hot, sooty coal range. Use Aladdin Security Oil or Diamond White Oil to obtain thc best result-? in oil Stoves, Heaters and Lamps. STANDARD OIL COMPANY Washington, D. C. Norfolk, Va. Richmond, Va. (New Jersey) (BALTIMORE) Charlotte, N. C. Charleston, W. Va. Charleston S. C. Personal Solicitor P. A. I lon li a i?) of Green ville is .spending a few days here with Mrs. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 25 May 1915

Palm Beach Suits Cleaned and Pressed . . . . 5Oe Dry Cleaned . . 75c All pressing done on a Steam Press Anderson Steam Laundry . +0919 YOU CAN CHOOSE the meat best! Bulted to your requirements and we will cut lt exactly aa you request lt. If you don't have time to select per sonally THE MEATS for your table you should send your orders to us. We give every order careful atfen tiou and will send you only choice j .cuts of the best meats. Try our market. The Lily White Market J. N. LINDSAY, Proprietor. Phone CW. A BUSINESS COLLEGE EDU CATION: WITHIN EASY BEACH A REMARKABLE OFFER. Twenty Dollars Sare?. We have decided to offer to all students applying for schol arships between now and (Sep tember 1st, a reduction equal to a saving Of $20.00 on each. "Scholarships are unlimited aa to time, giving opportunity to begin now and return In the fu ture to complete the course, or review. Boys and girls desir ing to better their condition and prepare themselves for good position's in the early r...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 25 May 1915

TODAY JOHN BARRYM in The Celebrated Farce G "ARE YOU A MA Don't miss this picture if you en * comedy Old Ben Franklin Said "A penny saved is a penny earned." Ben must have had the saving possibilities of such a store as this in mind when he spoke. We carry Ute very best of everything In the grocery and fresh meat lines end only try to make s fair margin of prout. On all ten cent package goods, we say yoe a penny. On lift? en cent packsge goods, we save yet two cents. And so on, all through the line, we save you from ten ;,er cent and up, JUKI for the cash Instead of credit Isn't lt worth ten per cent to you tu pay cash? Of course lt Ul j For today we have an excellent assortment of green vegetable*, fancy and staple groceries, and fresh meats. Phone us your wants. The Spot Cash Grocery Phon? 181. J. P. NOBLITT. Manager. 121* N. Main. GASOLINE : : AUTO OILS Come now, both ways, front or back-tine roads, excellent service. Recent laboratory test shows all Auto Oils less than t-2 of 1 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 26 May 1915

l'ai tl y cloudy WedaCKdsj mid TIiuis day. Local Colton.8 7-8? VOLUME II. NUMBER 115. FORESTALL GREAT CRUSH ING MOVE PLANNED BY VON HINDENBERG AUSTRIANS FORCES HAVE RETREATED Movements Indicate Italy is Well Prepared for Campaign-Two Great Movements Start? d. '4-: / London, May 25.- Austria struck . first .with her navy and air craft along the Italian jeast coast. Italy count ered quickly by throwing troops across th? northeastern frontier, occupying Austrian territory along thc ?fvts Isonzo. Thus Italy has apparently fore stalled Gen. Vor. Hindenburg who ls commanding the Austro-Germnn troops on the new frout. Rome offi cially announces 'hat Italian troops have occupied*a number of towns and compelled the Austrians to retreat. ??^ie Italian army's rapid stroke ap parently indicates long preparation. r The first Italian bulletin Indicates ttl.-1 two great movements have been inaugurated, one northward toward tho Carnie Alps? the other through . Trlull toward Trt?irt. on the Istrlan ...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 26 May 1915

THE ANDERSON CASH GROCERY Requests the honor of your presence Friday Afternoon, May Twenty-Eight 3:30 to. 6:00 o'clock to meet Misses Chase, Sanborn, Lipton and Tetley of Ceylon, India; Hong Kong, China, and Na Gasaki, Japan Crackers:-a la National Biscuit Co. NOTICE 1 am forced to do business on a cash basis. After May 1st I will do business for cash only. WHEN you have TIRE TROUBLE call us. WE are TIRE DOCTORS. We sell GOODYEAR and AJAX TIRES. HOWE RED TUBES and ACCESSORIES. VULCANIZING A SPECIALTY ALL WORK GUARANTEED Templeton's Vulcanizing Works Phone 270 108 N. McDuffie St. FREE AIR. I ] The Bride and Her Maids V BoUV the wedding sown end the wedding veli, according to the man date* ol the powers that be in making styles, may be either long or short, according to the taney ot Ute bride. ''The little? youthful malden usually en joya very much the glory ot the long trained weding gown, but If she ?would be original, or Independent, she han an opportunity, now to bo correct ly .ga...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 26 May 1915

ft ?bs" 5 c. the packet or two "Bobs" for a cent at all the better stands and stores. . WARM hearted little things these "Bobs"! All the pep and the mint of the peppermint, all the chew of the gum-with fine white cqats of candy, and made heart shape 'cause everybody loves them so. "Bobs" give you real flavor SCHOOLSHlP STARTS ON LONG CRUISE New York state nautical school ship St. Thomas as she started tor th? ad ot St, Thomas on the itfat lap ot her' Hl.O&O-mlln voyage. New, Ciean, Sanitary, Pleasing j Fresh Meats and Fish .Country )f the very best grades onlyy clc&tied Derfcctly without adc Interesting Program Carried Out .t Cloting Exercises-list of Honor Students* Bpoeitl to The InUiliftnccr. Town ville, Msy 24.-The closing exercises ot the Town ville high school were held Saturday evening at the school house. A large number of_ friends and relatives of the.grad uating class were in sttedance. Invocation-Rev. W. T. Hollings worth. Reading of essays: "Helen Keller"-Miine N...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 26 May 1915

LIGENCER TED I860. taornlog except ndereoa Intelllgen Whltoer Street, Au INTELLIC ENCEU sdsys end Fridays second-class mattel Jkt Ute post office al Carolina, under thc 1879. PRESS DISPATCHER .321 r?CBIPTtOIf BATES ?'"[ DAILY J at/ear.$5.oo "Months ..... 2.50 ec Months . 1.2n \ Meath.42 . Week .10 SEMI-WEEKLY esr , atbs .$1.00 . .76 Intelligencer ls delivered by L in the city, at the printed label on your ?? The date thereon shows when iscriptlon expire*. Notice date >I carefully, and If not correct uotify vs at once, .critters desiring the address of '.aper changed, will please stato ir communication both the old 'w addressee. insure prompt delivery, com 's cf non-delivery in the city (Berson; should be made to tho - allon D^partm^nt- before 9 a. m. ^aj$Afttt4tiB sentfal once, ficks and drafts should bo ??gjff tbs Anderson Intelligencer. ADVEBTi?KG~ |wfli bc furnished on eppllca cdvertislng discontinued ex written order. ntelllgencer will publish brief ional letters on subjects ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 26 May 1915

"firestone* TIRES They are the tires that carry you longest, fur therest and easiest, with most miles per dollar and fewest stops on the way. For Sale By Todd Auto Shop We Have the Most Sanitary Market IN UPPER SOUTH CAROLINA RIGHT IN THE MIDDLE OF OUR STORE No fllei. no dust, no bad odors. All meats are cut tinder fans and put in refrigerator show cases. When sold they ore -wrapped In moisture proof paper under fans and delivered to your home in a nice clean way without any extra charge for quick delivery service. This is the truth In a nut abell. The ladlob are invited to inspect our otorc and cspocially our meat department. FOR THIS WEEK WE HAVE Veal Roast and Steaks String Beens Pork Roast and Chops New Onions Beef Brains and Liver New Potatoes All Pork Sausage New Cabbage Hamberger and Weiners New Beets and Squash Sliced Bacon and Ham Crape Fruit and Oranges iSlked Bolled Hom Strawberries and Bananas. For Saturday, big fat dressed hens. Virginia Shad, Speckled Trout Try our Oce...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 26 May 1915

irv . Leads to the bouse of never. Begin now, save s nart of ?our earnings ConMaueus Savings will soon count up when deposited In tbe (Baringa Department of The Bank of Anderson Thc strongest bank in the county. ^Bickens >o You >j If BO, here's the place to get youi /feed. Wo carr? tho full Cypher's Hue A-Laying Mash, Scratch Feed, Huon {Cut Alfalfa, Developing Food, for llt ?Ua, *BlddyM chicks, Meat Scraps, and ; Wheat Shorts, etc.. etc. I 'Wi I J. M. McCown Phone 22 East Whltner Street m Your Coal Stove GoodbyeJ he ?as stove has the >ai stove feeaten a mil din ways. ? wood to chop, no coal to car ? HO ashes to take up, carry t, :??d sift, leaving a trail ol t and dusk from the stove all out to thc ash pit re to coax and cod e. No excess heat. No : tee of the right 1 tautly for any Li Co. ..... i^,., ?nit, tbo meat best luhrements and we ns you request it. time to select per *T8 for your table ir orders, to us. 3?<F careful atten 'you only choleo i meats. Try our ite Ma...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 26 May 1915

BJue Ridge Railway Co., Announces Vary Low Ratet for the Follow* in? Occasion, From Anderson, S. C? t Birmingham, Ala. and Return Account Sunday School Congress (Colored) June 9-14th $12.45 Tickets on sale June 7, 8 and 9, limited to return June 17, 1915. Honiton Texas and Return Account Southern Baptist Convention May 12th-19th, 1915 $33.70 Tickets on sale May 6th to nth, limited to return May 31st 1915. (Special Pullman Caf from Anderson.) " ; N . ? 4 S \ Nashville, Tenn, and Return Account Peabody College Summer School June 17th* August 28th, 1915 $12.70 Tickets on sale June 15, 16, 17, 18, 21, 26, July 22nd, 23rd, and 26th 1915, limited to return 15 days from date of sale. Norfolk. Va., Portsmouth, Va., Newport News, Va., and Return Account General Assembly Presbyterian Church (Southern) Newport News, Va., May 20th-28th, 1915 $18.45 Tickets on sale May 17th, 18th, 19th, limited to return June 2nd, I9i5. Birmingham, Ala., and Return ?St" ii' / ? "' . a j M Account Interstate Cott...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 26 May 1915

PARAMOUNT TODAY "OH, WHERE IS MY WONDERING BOY TONIGHT" 2 Keel Edison iMuniu. "PLAYINGS OF FATE" Biograph Drams, "THE SLIGHTLY WORN GOWN" Vltagraph Ci.medy, featuring I.cali Baird und Leo Bullum). .si i'll ni r J - Bijou Theatre TODAYS PROGRAM "RENE HAGGARD JOURNEYS"-Rex. A two reel drama with Ben Wilson und dorothy Phillips. "FATHER WAS NEUTRAL"-L. Ko. Suma comedy with Dillie Ritchie. "WHEELS WITHIN WHEELS"- Big U. A drama of Intrigue with Murdock McQuurrie. Tomorrow "THE BLACK BOX" ALL CONTEST TICKETS HONORED AT BOX OFFICE 4 BIG REELS- Sc and 10c. Good Music -:- Universal Service ? Uil'lS.'U*-* ?'*I..J._ TENNIS We are sole agents for Spalding's Tsnnis and Uase Ball goods. (See Window.) Pant's Book Store Important Figures in Situation Tb<* attempt of (he Italian royal party to get rid of Premier Balandra ir* oi-der to avert fae present war Austria (and K ls presumed with vQ^ftatsny and Italy 1 waa. a boom*" Within 4s hours after Prvrr.icr |^Hpt\ a&d realgaed and Maroor*. o? ...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
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