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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 6 February 1914

No Substitutes ELlvJKiN to tile ST* Km?rawi w m*w gioCci ou au in stitutes sent you for Royal Bak ing Powder. There is no sub* stitute for ROYAL. Royal is a pure, cream of tartar baking powder, and healthful Powders offered as sub stitutes are made from alum. SEEKING TO BUY ARMY RIFLES (Continued From Page One.) force at El Valle, near C< ?at Grandes, t Jt fire to th-i woodwor'.: of i'ne i>raks tunnel, whir-*i carri v ilic- Mexico >*c.rthwestern 1U iruail liirough the continental divide, and escaped to the mountains, according to an offi cial report today received at the mu nicipal euartol here. The men were captured and .-ummarily executed yesterday, the report ssys. Castil lo's depredations took place today. The Drake tunnel runs through soft earth and the burning of the wooden sheathing may entail heavy loss by cave-ins. Castillo formerly was chief of the*bodyguard of Francisco Made ro, late president of Mexico. In the present revolution he and his banc* of sixty followe...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 6 February 1914

SUBSCRIPTION BLANK THE ANDERSON DAILY INTELLIGENCER, Anderson, C. C. Gentlemen:?Please enter my name as a subscriber to The Dally Intel ligencer. I am (or am not) taking the semi-weekly Intelligencer. NOTE:?If you are a subscriber to the semi-weekly and your sub scription <s paid In advance, you may n ceive credit for the amount paid. The subscription of the daily is $5.00 per year; %?.->0 for six months. Please enclose check cr ntoasy order. Tk?Sy?Clful?jr, Name ...... Addross R. P.D. or St. No. "COLLEGE VIEW" Only ONE of those $1250.00 lots left-Mr. Nardin Webb having bought the other one. Watch College View Grow. Anderson Real Es & Investment Co, E. R. HORTON, Pres. L. S. HORTON, V.lr*. MARSHALL^ S?A'y. rLEXTY OF F.Yfc CLASSER are worse than useless. In fact they all are unless perfectly adapted to the needs of jam That !? why yon should not purchase them except at. tor an expert and thorough test of your sight? The glasses you may re quire I supply ut as low price as f...

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. — 6 February 1914

Ill V?ftlHI CUCDfiV I m nui ;w w?i ereons 1: an ?ut omoDile, ?iano or Rub Five Thousand Persons i n Intelligencer's Terri- , fier?T?r??^ 1914. Every Candidate ShoA?tl Do Bc^t Work Before Some Other Enter prising Cim?datei Reaches the Proepoctrve Suiiwriber. -Tbo*o Is general- enjojrmont ^an?hAMBsrKMsa?etli. ?cOoe. health'In the daily use of an automo bile.-Nothing serves more, effectively to drive aw?y car* and bring- genera1 ' contenimcne-with one's surroundings. To the fortunate person, who stands highest in the Anderson Intelligencer contest there will be given a Ford touring ca? without cost to them, nothing more than tholr snare tmite. Who: will win this car? Ynis 1b the (luestlon that is heard throughout'the . entire territory, aud w ho wHl win tlie other valuable prizes, a grand total of ftflOT The Anderson Intelligencer invites and urges any lady, married or single, id western Stfutlf Carolina who is con tcwtfaWul ?uiiW?iW* coiitok tri ?end-her name in at once. The con test ...

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. — 6 February 1914

IRIIIIIIIIIIIM^^ ...OPENING PROGRAM... 4-Foup-4 lOc KVERY DAY ...of the... 4 - Four - 4 EVSRY DAY $10.00 In Gold B..d Annual Pass nio.;; -Extra Special? THE CRY ?of THE BLOOD . (ByLubin) inThree Rrels. , This great photo play is in a class all of it's own. Nothing like it ever sh?w in Anderson. Don't miss this great drama, it is a treat you can't afford to miss. . For Appropriate Name A Golden Opportunity For You The Naming of this New Modern Theatre is up to you?all thatt is asked is that you write a name for the New Theatre on a slip of paper along with your own and deposit in the ballot box as you enter; at th? end of six days they will be taken out, and the names (for the ?Theatre only submitted to a committee of disinterested prominent business men whose names will appear later. They will select a name out of the lot; we will then refer to the original tickets? arid the Writer of the name chosen, will receive $10.00 in Gold and a pass good for each show for "12 months"* Come ev...

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. — 7 February 1914

THE ANDERSON " ANDERSON.* C SATURDAY MORN^FI*l?jAin^ WOtE FIVE CENTS. $8.00 PER ANNUM. Say* That Name of Cal horn) Would Bring Endowment. SAYS CLEMSON WAS ATHEIST STATE CAPITAL U Mmi? 80091. Spoclal correspondence. ... Columbia, Fob. 6.?The House re ceived n message'-from the'Goveeoof today reiterating Ills Tceomm?cda tlons that the name of Clemaon Col lege be changed to that of Calhoun University and that the Institution be placed under the direct control of the State, instead et a self-perpet uating board of trnsteea. 'A<M?ntTVJi*nyin? the mnaai?go ?*er? letters to the Governor from John C. Caihsun cf1 New York, a grand-son of the etatesmar and Florii^ I* Calhoun of-New York in which it was intimated that should tbo name of the institution bo changed, it might be given a large endowment fund. The message states that Thomas G. Clemson. for whom the. coll?ge wn? namod. was an atheist and "that is sufficient vscscs the ustns should "bo changed." r The message, Vas referred.to the ...

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. — 7 February 1914

s THE BIG EVENT Over Six HwK?lred F? pie Are Cpmjr?g tq Anderson WEDNESDAY IS OPENING DAY World's Greatest Workers Are Coming Here for the Great State Sunday School '. Association Many Anderson people have failed to ?raap any dear conception of the cnormoiiB proportions of the |hirty Heventh annunl Sunday school cbnvon tlon, which convene!; here ncr.t week, nno rit \- iiiit it means to Anderson. The incYo, Jact yUit (100 or jhis ouI, ?(J(I p'oplt! .'.'.ill he (jfoilljlif 10;'. liirr In oil'- ennse nWl with n fShmmoii under standing Ii within Itself a motif r? mniUahle focL Another rpcl Ural local people remold laKti i'wjMiizlirif' . o) |m thai Borne of the brainiest people in tho" United Stuten win he amn'nj; the visitors thif city for tf?? event. T|ic program h> splendid, Hie' ititui?c will equal anything dveV attempted in this State, ilic iipenkers; sern'rcfl, for the ne oaftfoo have' no kuporior:?, and the practical miili , on the method of : erm ine, moid effective work must ...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 7 February 1914

f* i 1 11 r\'t~\ .^-v ~ ~ _ Devoted to tH? Upbuilding ot Helton and Vicinity, and as a Medium tor Communicating News and Advertising. o o o jb?LTON -NEWS, o o o ooooooooooooo Mrs. Lewis Entertains Teachers, Tlic teachers of the Melton High School were entert dim . last evening in a royal manner at the beautiful home o. Mrs.' It. A. Lewis. Thos< present spent a most pleasant even ing. Mrs. TuewiB is always happy when uhc can make others happy. j tunes Cofteld of Spartanburg mayj be mentioned atucng tltose in the town of Helton yesterday. Mrs. R. A. Lewis eatertalued the Clciv League Monday afternoon. For ty-five live members were present and enjoyed the aiternoou very much, the meeting bciug a very interesting one. Refreshments consisted of salad and coftoe. Mrs. Lewis Serves Dinyr. The third dinner in a carles of dinners given by Mrs. It. A. i.er/lK of IKilov iu he nor of Miss Kirltpatrlck of East Orange. N. J-, last Thursday was an occasion which was much (en joyed by nil presen...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 7 February 1914

THE ANOERSON INTELLIGENCER Foaaeee ISN ir?r, . .. ? rm 1M North Main Street ( w ANDEB80N, 8. C WILLIAM BANKS, - Editor W* W. SMOAK, Babines? Manager ~r> .?Hun A?vviuag iw au ?i vu? press as Second Class Mail Matter at saw restosnce at Audersoa, 8. C. ?.. ? 11 . ? MUiaei Erery ^Mornlag Except ftJal?Weckly Edition on Tuesday aad ifyar Moralagt ,. . EdltJea?SSJM per annamti er Six Months; SL3S for Tar?e] 8ft, Weekly Edition - ILtO per I 75 cents for Six Month s i 60 for Four Months. _IN ADVANCE Jlember of the Associated Frets aad SIftas Complete Ball j Telegraphic larger Clrealatioa Than Any Ota ^Newspaper la This Cengreesloaal the Intelligencer la delivered by anfriere la the city. If you fall to at Four pajtyrjregularly please notify am. sDpsoaitff! four name on label Sjt?pfer Papsf fa printed date to whi<nf rmr ' saper is paid. AU checks and trafts ahouia bo drawn to The An il hOul& be dra IntelUganoer. TH^'WEATHER ' * # * 4 * * * * * # * * >?' - . Washington. Feb. 6.?T...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 7 February 1914

who inten<i* ta d?pendent upon his earnings or hisbi It is Absolutely FOLLY! for. a who has a WIFE and CHILDREN * .not to save a part of his incor A bank account u??ike ? of snow ; it will meit away ? you ADD to it. The habit of corstantly INCREASING the bal ance to th?ur credit will make any man orwpman RICH. j Make OUR B.ir.tf'tCf?R bank; We pay 4 per cent, interest ov-urtcrly. PEOPLES BANK, - - - - - Anderson, S. . has made a ?emarkable increase in its business dur ing the past year. .\ .\ There is a reason for this, try us with a por tion of your business now?later you1 Will give ?s all. ...We Pay Interest on Savings... J. II. Anderson, freti. t J. F. Shumate, Cash. 90? < Whose, combined resources are a little the rise of One Million Dollar? are taking on more new accounts ev ery dey than ever before. .*. THERE MUST EE ? REASON Smell deposits and small leans are especially desired asdars especially apprcdated and receive especial attention. Interest paid on deposits. SGHQL...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 7 February 1914

SUBSCRIPTION BLANK TUB ANDERSON DAILY INTELLIGENCES, Anderson, C. C. Gentlemen:?Ploaso cuter my name uh u subscriber to The Dully Intel* llgenccr. I am (or am not) taking the seinl-wcckly Intelligencer. NOTE:?If you are a subscriber to the semi-weekly and your sub scriptisr: fz puid In advar.ee, you n?njr rteelv,* credit fur i?e amount paid. The subscription of the dally is 15.00 per year; $2.50 for six months. Please enclose check or money order. Respectfully, Name. Address. it. F. D. or St. No. The Cost of Having Electric Lights b from One Dollar up per raontli, according to quantity used. THE COST OF NOT HAVING ELECTRIC LIGHTS is matches, scratched up walls, danger of burned matches, dan ger of lamp explosions, undesirable' heat and odor, vitiation rf tit? atmosphere, smoked wall coverings and wall paper, * -i: <: lamps and lamp chimneys, the purchase of wicks, ail and chimneys, and general Inconvenience. It costs a whole lot to do without ELECTRIC LIGHTS SOUTHERN PUBLIC UTILI...

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. — 7 February 1914

rrmi'MiiM^'i'jr'w-'. u ' ? i.. '.: ' - "i i mi rrnnmnii RiAiiTRrsiixn UM hhKKIIflKY HKHIH-MIH US? iL?iiunm LiuiiiLLiiiii %\%m f-w P!M Pr?f is ?tes t?MMH f* Subscriptions Are What Count! Do Not Get Behind?Ask Every One Vau Meet for a Subscription. Tlio Content Manager winbca to announce (hat Tlio Dally Intelligen cer will Rive. Ton Dollars In <5o!d .to tbe,b>?l.v in DixtrUl \*o. I. who turns In tiro hlRlinst njinfhnr of mohihs be tween Jan. l?th and Fob. I8th. Inclu sive. Five Dnllnr.'t m 'Cnlrj will he given for the'Kccond prise. Also fit District Ho: 2 Ten Twliars in Gold will be given to the lady turning in, the?'highest hiqpber ot months from the" bogtoh?ng/3f thoTcent?st until Feb. l.Wtaia? A suHserlr^icrn ' for one'yypsv ^ill-bo counted as twelve inontbjpt; one; tot* twb y?ars for twen ty-four months, etc. Suppose for in stance, you shonjd get a subscription Mr'als months. '?r.e loi 'a V?iir," orte for two yenrH, yoiir toLM dumber1 of Months would be 42 months; A sub scri...

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. — 7 February 1914

"THE CRY OF THE BLOOD" ...3 Reel Sensational Drama by I_.ut>ln... - To-Day s-s T?ie "Nasneiess" T?ieatri? :-: To 1:30 P. M. Don't Miss this Sped! Feature 1:30 P.M. :: Electric City Sparklets Items ef Interest and Personal Mention Caught Orcr tho TPra* less On the Streets of Anderson. One Mill Tax " A (Jr-at Help. Discussing his rocent visit to Co lumbia with un Intcligencer reporter yesterday, J. D. Felton, superintend ent of education tor Ander non county. r.aid that lie went in tlio interest or the one mill special tax (or tbe rural schools. According to the local edu cator, this law was enacted at the last session of the General Assembly as a kind of experiment and there seemed to bo some doubt as to wheth er or not It would again be effective tb|s year. The tax represents about 918,000 annually, one-haif of which goes to the state board of education, wMlo the remainder, with other state ??d, leaves about $10,000 in this couc. /'for th? use of public schools. Mr. Felton said t...

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. — 8 February 1914

THE ANDERSON DAILY INTELLIGENCER _ ' ' . I. VOL. 1. NO. 24. Esi.bli.?M 1M0, Dillr. J?. 1?, Uli. ANDERSON, S. C. SUNDAY MORNIN?, FEBRUARY 8, 1914 PRICE FIVE CENTS. $8.00 PER ANNUSt I _ - ., - Thought to Have Been Murdered Near Piedmont WHOLE COUNTRY WAS AROUSED From Information Obtained Young Man Has Been Found nil Parents anil People Relieved is, tU, Feb. 0, 1914. * P. Lfe, * _?eC John W. Lee ander arrest. * w? hold him until you can * ? come here I * Chief of Police. * CHANGE OX COMMITTEE. X. W. Hardfn Takes Place of C. Yfyeke. Columbia, Feb. 7.-7-On account of the fact that his father wanted him by bia bedside as much as possible, C. C. Wyche of Spartanbuig, a son 61 the speaker pro tempore, asked to bo excused from serving on tbe com mittee to investigate tbe manage ment of tbe State Hospital for thol Insane, which began its hearing to day. - Speaker Smith appointed. N. W. Hardin of Cherokee, a member of th? investigating committee its | place of Mr. C. C. Wyche. The House sent d...

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. — 8 February 1914

Condensed sttfteinen^ of tin> finan cial condition of the BANK OF AN I'/WISON.. Anderson, s. ?, :.t the ? lose of !.'. if.<- .. January 12, 1914 as sljown by the regular report made to the State Uank Examiner. HKKOl IMT. Loons and Discounts ?w?rdratta . Bonds und Stork? .... Jteui Estate . .$ D?O.287.40 ..2'>.'.<i"'J u\sr,o!oo .. a&i?to'.o? ; Cnali und ?Im- from Banks 101,395.13 TotuI .% 1.219.0Sd.?8 j . I.IAr.IMTIKS Undivided r?jffits' j^Otyft < JBI'l Dividends Unpuld ........ 1#WV>| Beposittf, Individual '3764?71.02v? JlCpofiit.s.LJa?k Oi-.N.'l 0^ ?'V ?9.723.37 Hills Payable .'. 25,000.00' Total.$ 1,210.084.68! Interest compounded quarterly on j Hn.ings Acooiipta, 1 Tiie Dunk ?ur tlie Corporation?th? i Hrm?tluv Individual -In tuet tot cr eryhody. Come in und puj if a >i*Jt.' ririTHF BANK t>F ANBEH80N, | Amh rj.o?.: y. c.;. ; tL.4.^i Tac 81r?n?vreKt Bank, in .tlie county'] "If we could only have our way. .We'd quit our work in shewn. . And do O thro the ...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 8 February 1914

Vi factory/>fe\^ *j^^.^y^*f T^*>*j^j>;^^^^*:: See Our Big Circular for a part of the thousands of good things in store for:you^; ^Ve want you tQ ren^ returned fonn 'New* York, where bought about $20,000.00 worth of high grade New Coods^ and vt?i ;>tiat 50per cent, below reg?lar prices. 60 inch all ii^en-.tatole:4Wask, 75c price. 5 patterns only . . .' 70 inch all linen Table Damask, worth $l .O0, this sale only .. .. . . . ... 72 inch Plain or Figured satin Damask, extra: $ 1.0.0 value, this sale for. . . . . .. 72 inch doubled race$1 ;50,Satin Damask for thisale only .. 72 inch, $2.'00 Double Faced Damask, Bailes New Tariff Price only. . ... -... ... 58 inch Bleached Table Damask as good as any where at 25c, but no btter, Baile's price^c;ya?J: 48 inch 75c Shirt waist Linen only. . . , .' 36 inch, 50c Linen Lawn only .. . . . . .. 90 inch, Best $1.00 Linen Sheeting only . FX>fc$1.19 Friday,, second ttay of this sale-we offer ^?iOOaU sttomessa ttf*o 13<??+?r?/-\i+c ...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 8 February 1914

THE ANDERSON INTELLIGENCER Founded 1840 r*. IM North Mala Street F~ ANDE1I3UN, 8. C. WILLIAM BANKS, ~ - Ee?tar I W. W. SMOAK. - Zuslarss Manager I . .Batered According to Act of Coo* grass as Second Class Mall Matter at | the Poste Wee at Anderson, 8. C. TaMlibed Every Morale* Except Monday tml-Weeily Edition on Ts et day aid Friday Morning* Dally Edition?$5.W per anauet; ?UM lor Six Months; $iS& for Three j SemMVeealy Edition ? ?1.5* per Ana tun ( 7f> cents for Six Mont?t) M Mata for Four Months. IN ADVANCE Member of the Associated Preis and | Meiehlag Cosplete Dally Telegraphic \ -A larger Circulation Than Any Oth-1 ^Berrapaper In This Congressional \ . , . . i t.. , ., ?le Intelligencer te delivered by aajriegp la the city. It yon fail to get your paper regularly please notify get. Opposite your same on label at /WD papil U printed date to which m is paid. All checks and should be drawn to The An UUlligaucar. tfta|E^l|taKi|ta|c9?ti|ciicap4c)|c * THE WEATHER * * . (p Jjji i...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 8 February 1914

THE QUESTION --Where Shall I Insure? Has ever been a burning one. The discriminating, now, as of old, answer it thus: In the old Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Company OF NEWARK, N. J. Because, its membership is composed of over .250,000satisfied men and women who insured in it in answer to its appeals to their faculties of discrimination. SIXTY-NINE YEARS OF STEADFAST FAITH in there being a large and discriminating public /that would patron ire only the best company has enabled the Mutual Benefit to achieve iU pr?sent magnificent proportion?, without sacrifice of its traditional business ideals, which cntit.'< it to distinction, and1 upon which it seeks patronage. IT IS THE BEST COMPANY because bound to thrifty methods of management W low rates, high surrender values and large annual dividends; because its liberal policy co?\*ract? contain special and peculiar advantages which it is the prerogative of a company of manure age and slowly hoarded experience to write; because our coi...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 8 February 1914

Our Buyer Wired us this morning that we might expect an other Car of those FAN CY YOUNG Mule? by Friday morning, 6th inst. They are all TOP PY, SMOOTH, WELL BROKE and you will miss a treat if you fail *o see them before you buy. COME and take a LOOK. Terms and Prices always right. The Fr?tw?lt Company like the s3vk1'+*' yon get at this rcstaur* at From SLhtkmil0^eator untfl you loaT0, every attention that will attend t<j waltl your comfort will bu sohwu you. Your order will be promptly taken and as promptly filled. You'll wonder how we can cook things to quickly and-perfectly as wo dp. Pi ? 0 M 0 NT CAFE 114 West Whitner Street. ; ,J . ... il ' I?-' .IrT? G. D. Antonekos. Prop. New Vehicles of cv?ry description keep coming n every day. . Our stock of Harness, Whips ?n? Robes is the finest ever. We also have some Extra Good Mules and Horses on hand* come and see them. J. S. F or Haying Electric Lights is from One Dollar up per month, according to quantity need. THE COST OF NOT HAV...

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. — 8 February 1914

iflB?OBEGIO?lI rrhn?iin? ?n "fin inminrn uiTrnrnT l-tBtiUflni is ms mums mmm The Candidates are Making a Game Fight And Activity Increases on Every Side As The Votes Climo Higher and Higher DEMONSTRATE TO YOUR FRIENDS YOU ARE DETERMINE!* t? WIN Mrs G us Hudgons ..'.32.225 Miss Lois Hsrricon.33,725 Misa E G Harrison.45,275 Mr?. W. E Raysor.32.100 Miss Mattle Gaillard.4*,?"" Mrs Raymon I?r-aty.39r Mrs Susan C Frederick.36,71*. Miss Lynda Tliompsop - .-41,105 Mtel Anr.io Williams *.42.225 in In view of the immonno amount of interest that has been engendered in thifc contest the management has decided to offer $20,00 in Gold to bo given Fob. 18th. 191* for the lar gest number of votes turned In be tween the beginning of the contest and the ,18th of February. At cine o'clock p. m., we will give $10.00 in gold, in each district. ? For the second - largest number of votes turned in from each district wo will **?r>? s*5.00 in Gold. The vote will be reckoned as follows: One year to The An...

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. — 8 February 1914

SOCIAL NEW, Ai ftif.tl, r OK 1 IHITHKS. Mrs. W. H. Steele entertained mont delightfullv Tuesday afternoon at her home on Manning street In honor or Misses Mary and Angela Glbboney of Virginia. Several of the guests nave instrumental and vocnl number after which an Interesting muBical contest was enjoyed. Mrs. Claude Barle, who had the correct pnper was given an attractive pot plant as a souvenir of the afternoon. -Mrs. Steele served her guests delicious ambrosia and cake. Those enjoying this party were tho Misses Glbboney. iMrs. Nardln Webb, Mrs. II. C. Webb, Mrs. John Anderson. Mrs. Claude Karle, Mrs. Oscar Dean, Mrs. Chester Plant and Mrs. Keith Pr?vost. AFTERNOON RECEPTION. One of the most delightful recep tions ever given In Anderson was on Thursday afternoon when Mrs. T. S. Crayton entertained at her home on Crnyton street in honor of her Bis ter, Mrs. Walter Brock and Misses Mary and Angela Glbboney. Tho guests were welcomed nt the door by Mrs; Tt. C. Webb -nd invited into the...

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