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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 24 February 1914

EVERY BUSINESS MAN SHOULD ATTEND THE ANNUA? MEETING OF CHAMBER OF COMMERCE TO-NIGHT THE VOL. 1, NQ. 37. Weekly, EsUbllshed 13#0j Dally, Jam. 18,1914. NTELLIGENCE ANDERSON, S. C iTJE?l^r|K?lNING, FEBRUARY 24, 1914. PRICE FIVE CENTS. $5.00 PER ANNUM. X m m .-aokoia ?fil tin jrsi j>?n':K'r:;:v l$#ti $?$a& ?Mt PUBLISHERS OF%Hfc PIEDMONT MAGAZINE Printers - Binders - Publishers LOOSE LEAF SYSTEMS BIGGEST, NEWEST and BEST Round Equipment in the Piedmont Section. Anderson, S. C; : 4?*e W. * 4 h, tSjmt,n??s*?ns-*. . r- tf The New At the Und?r New Management I A|?tie. of cat-Goto., ICE BOX AT M AM Me L .'C?(ga*C(o>fe Bot?dto _____ , ., , : iUi; ,?ft/>u -h: a W Jiplis; to best MgM in to lue f "EL?CTMIClfY" jpgST i^4y_iii__i4iv&iriiii ii _?U_^iiM_ f Prompt Service, and BEST COi^EB t: .,;-j!-"...? .1.-" In fU fW Visit the El ate ate I ?LJf . n 'ftfi ,7 r? _ . ??_ n, nJl THE Doms r DniuLt SUPERIOR to others not altogether because its made in Anderson, but because we USE ONLY the...

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. — 24 February 1914

FIRST PASSENGER T RAIN OPERATED IN SOUTH CAROLINA. I ' cfUj On the Road Between Hamburg and Charleston ?It Is Officially Denied T hat These Same Conches Are Now In ' ..n il . ??!-'.if ,i I'Me on m m the Urne Ridge. AN OLD WOOD-BURNER ON A. C. L. With Tu!? Quick Steemnr und Wns broken by fc'njriueeg Train Taking Preslden Where fit -^Mhn World drtoi in iks?. mcluml to 1 unf Bucks. pre?niic? of'no many of our friends, the directe ra present have thought It proper that something he said, (if might lx>, appropriate to the occasion, though hnffrig po reason beforehand to expect so large a concourse pf apectaton-i. they |iud arranged.no pro gramme, and y6u must rtsJ?r?" the1 whole thing as Impromptu and ;aa wholly suggested by yo?r preaeji?e! J "fthrrik I niay*vtwtlre ttt" congratu late the friends of the enterprise upon I the favorable auspices under which I we meet to Inaugurate t,ho work. The day itself is propitious, wii'a its hright. warm sunshine, as if nature had put on her sprin...

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. — 24 February 1914

liera ir 'IThmT^^IY ABOUT FOLK 8. W Cruse of Greensboro, N. C'.,l was" among the visitors to the city! yesterday. Charles W. Black of Greenville, B?u a'few hours In Anderson yes-j terdav jn> the city, a guest at ihes ...TOY.TO 3 MOW cojumc <ot CoiumWa. aw*bi mg. tbe visitors to the city yester day. M.--*f. Werreyclear or Columbia, was tihtoug; the gi'QBts registered: at i the chiquola hotel yesterday. . , - .- t t*>1<t>,v.Oil OyparGray, a tnemberAer" the legis lature; spent tiie week-end al Wll liaimuon with his family, returning to Columbia yesterday. , / Refus Fant spent Sunday in Spar tahburg with friends and relatives. Elias McGec, a well known planter of Starr, was among the visitors to he clly yesterday. RufUK llembreo of Anderson, Route 2, was-in the city yesterday fo. a few bourB. .1. I), Hand' of Broadway, was among the busi-'-ja visitors to tbe city yes terday. I (- ~,\i-- ... C. N.. Nicholls of Williamaton, spent yesterday in the city on business. C. B. Kay...

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. — 24 February 1914

"WHEN YOU THINK OF SHOES THINK OF 6EISSER6." We have a' repututlon for furnhth* lug shoes that arc comfortable, y*t possess the neecsMiry si) le. Compare tbe quality of situes ne sell with shoes s?|i| elsewhere ut the same price and you will tind It paya you to buy Ilten bore. We handle footwear, und footwear only, therefore deiute our entire tine and energy lo the needs and require* , . , monts uf our patron*. > r "THISK IT OVER," SHOE COMPANY Under Masonic Tempk SHOES THAT SATISFY IN COLLEGE VIE W .1 I ??? i i hi .MU ?. ONE OF THOSE $700 LOTS ON NORTH STREET i{ : y WOULD BE AN IDEALPLACE FOR YOUR HOME \ ANDERSON REAL ESTATE 8 INVESTMENT GO. E, B, IIORTtm. L. 8. HORTON ,Wf,F. MARSHALL Pr??. V. Prea Seefy. Electric Cfti Item? ef Interest aid Personal! less On Ibe Stxi < owplete Visits Of Inspection. P. N. Scott or Bdgefleld. A. F. Con rad! of Clemson (College and J. W. Rbthrock, L'nlted State? farm demon strator for Anderson county, have completed '^n o''i'' it visit to ;i!l P...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 24 February 1914

Second Section. WE'LL STICK TO THE RAILROADS IF THEY WILL STICK TO U? Pages Nine to Twelve. PRICE FIVE CENTS. ?5.00 PER ANNUM. to Anderso Tb? election or Mr. Harrison Is en tirely In keeping with the established policy of the lines of the Southern Railway System to fill all vacancies by promotions of men already In the service. Mr. Harrison's railway career .haa been entirely with the Southern Railway company and lines in which it Is interested. For the past three years he has been presi dent of. tbo Chicago, Indianapolle and Louisville railway, the Monon Line, * but he remained a member of the board of directors of Southern Hall way company. Mr. Harrison entered the service I or the Southern Railway In 1896 as| solicitor in the legal der. 1903 he. was made ass! president, and in 1906 president,-which position he til 1910 when bd . resigned :qd -feeing | elected president bf the Chicago, In dianapolis and Louisville. Mr. Harrison was one of Mr. Fin ley 'a 'closest and most trusted a...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 24 February 1914

A Splendid D V, Richards by f iption c hoWa Late Sa Southern | tliu.-.s Inj cost to tllftj )f non [ead'of 'thel (By Richard H. Edmunds! Kdltor ?t\ The Manufacturers'^.Record.) About 175 people are ^employed in thb development work w/nlcn is being so vlaoroney pushed by^the Southern Railway Co. and its associated Hues for the upbuilding ofthasonth. Theac men are experts In their .various Un?:*. Some of them are experts in the hand ling of Immigration, somp are exporta in securing capital for Investment, enm? are experts in finding the best locations for industrial interests, some are rXerta in various lines of agricul tural activities, and so the 175 men, ab.bsb work Is given exclusively to the upbuilding of the termtbry of the south through which Hallway runs, count value to the louth and railway of the service! I paris. Mr. M. V. Klchd Take for Instance, thJ ? land and Industrial dep?tlnent, M. V..I Richards. He is one ofKle foreniiosi l i;i'ts in America in&fe develop ment o#a...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 24 February 1914

B? ??UMSO. m. M, MM At B. Children'sStockifi^s t Ocean ?e?rk &ul ton** a?-?" Children's foie i bed sea?hl^t Special, per pair lot thil^reri's New Spring C??or?d Wash **, *ol.ti colors, stripes, checks and plaids I 2 to 14 years; positively 75c ah? $? 49C EACH ' v.:|- V Ladies* IC 2,000 yards of the best Ores* Gingham, made in ^ j$g? ^^^i^.^^^m^^ ^ co!" ? Yard les ;FE8.28E AND?feSQN INtt^LlGfeNC?k As h? appej^^ji?^ b!i tho co ll?rbia & ^W?jSi? ^.^#&?? t?^- rftf?? wrfh honora after sta? k rS?af" ?oWtfnct?r in th? United page iWH?i: . ..v : ]f 'L Glove-Fitting Corsets. New Dress?s. ?^??^?_ wear NewB?asster?. Our Buyer is Back from New York and New Goods are jfro?rhng ift ?tt Every Train. .'. ?? / null?- II .. au I - "i.jH i <.:( iiV" D? G?ISB?il:@ The ?RIGIlijAt." ill I . jinn <t. u ij?pWfcm4 S*inB b^t ?tore to t>uy H6u.ef urnUhinB?. ' ,i Gv?rS.QO? ?feint, Mjp^t?and?ttii^fl^I?li?i A* HOW IS I HIS rUK V ATCffcTT ??rh?Mri? do?life all th^ ?iVle. AParti?uiarSW I ?V?RY...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 24 February 1914

Bigger Hatches Eggs hatch better if the hens are in perfect condition. 1 Poultry Regulator pay$ big the year 'round. It prevent* disease, sharp |*ens the appetite, improves digestion. You'll get more "live" eggs?more and stronger chicks. l\trlngtn tie, 60c. $1.00. is lb. pail, U.M. Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money Back. fttfmt tubttitntri; in?tt en Prallt. f!el Pratt* 160 ytigr iUuntralrd Jttultn, JJook. For Sale by? POUCHE DRUG CO., Anderson, 8. C. W .H. HARRISON, Anderson, S. C. W. A. POWER, Anderson, S. C. HVAK'S PHARMACY, Anderson, S. C. J. T. MeConn Sons. Anderson, S. C PEOPLES CROC. CO., Anderson, 8. C. Anderson CbbIi Oroce. Anderson, S. C. Hunter. Pendjeton, S. C. 3303 Mantels T?e $ t. ? Grates We- have a largo assortment from which to choose. Lot ut show you and h??p you plan , your fire-place tor looks and comfort Himer Mantel & Tile Co. s Bleck?ey Building ANDERSON. S. C. '1 ' You will be doing yourself a good turn by installing a GAS RANGE. We sell tjiem under the str...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 25 February 1914

PART ONE VOL. 1. NO. 1. Weekljr, K?t?WUhe4 1860;Doily, Jan. 18, 1914. ANDERSON, S. C. TUESDAY MORNING, JAN. 13, 1914. PRICE FIVE CENTS. $5.00 PEF ANNUM. Most of Senate Session ! Spent on Appropria tion Bill. A HUMOROUS RUMOR GOES THE ROUNDS! Resolution Will Be Introduced to] Place Picture of Governor on Walls of House Bc arde Tillman Ss. I Special to The Intelligencer. Columbia, Feb. 24.-The bill to al low 'sheriffs of the various. counties to accept passes from railroads was! killed by the house on third reading Hil:, morning. The' measure had passed the senate, but. the. action of the house puts an end to it for this session. I The Steveneon bill correcting .aa' error In tho act creating tho Thir teenth judicial circuit wag passed te third, reading by unanimous consent in tho house. ,> I ' Tho house Hilled the senate hill r*f] quiring architects employed by state. Institutions to give bond. Tho bill from the senate providing for the distribution of hog' cholera scrum at cost by...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 25 February 1914

T IMPORTANT :: NOTICES :: FOR SALE FO?SALK-House ned lot where I row litre and vacant lot adjoin inc f>n east tEfcose; has,, eight reatta^ end .j s?ns&^%?? .ss* rlgb^TKriaa rlg?t., L. t?; Nor ry ce. EO*J^&r?rnv 5I? flcresT bcau?Yl - ' ited, ?o5> dt* g?HI? dwell tenawl bounce, two barun, ? land level und cany ot JU. at ? price that in uj ,.j3oine-Itt-aee us uulck or] lurrlss itcapy Company. I 1-?-tf. I still have a lot of good land In tract* to suit you. Prices varying from ten dollars to thirty-five per aer?. All well located. Write to me at McCormick. 8. C. Joe F. Kdmunds. H ?1?.-,:?-s WANTS WANTED TO BUY-Will buy any time, fat cattle, hogs and calves j X have customers for and contract*! to furnish. 1 buy hides and tallow. Tba Tannera want my hides. 121 W. Whither St Phone ??tor 60.r. " HENDEBBON' ' '' Ufr Lilly White Market. '?' Tad wholesale and abattoir man. IV WANTS Wanted-Some Cluan, wblto raga nt The Intelligencer of fee. 2-2:i2t -i..;-ri-?-? Wanted-To do your ...

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. — 25 February 1914

BELTflK PII?iF *|evqte?l 1? ftl^UpfouIIdiircj of B?lton and Vlclntty, and .as ' * "lUi H MedU*jx* fQ|? ?ommiiaicating News and Advertising. Budget of Np Fton " / Special Correspondence. Helton, Keb. 24.-The O. 8. & Ai Music Company, with M. L. Willis,'a Well known plano man of Anderson as managet, -lias opened up in Belton an<| will eel 1 pianos here. Miss EVa> "Patterson of Anderson, arrived here yesterday abd ? will be in- charge' of tho* business here. This company is occupying? 'f "t of the ? Anderson ' In telligencer Job Office. Mayor Boss Mitchell had business lb "the City of Anderson yesterday. 1 Hugh Mhhaey, of WHliamaton, waa n business visitor to Belton yester day; ;_ ; ? Leon L. Rice of Anderson, was among tho ,v? si tors to our city yester , ;.. >. day. . . ' . ... r/->- v'" . fort \V>iyno Afaddov of Long Branch, npebt *V. fo? Hy-urs Mn';'toWt*!?> with friends yesterday en route to Green ville. . TZ ? H ?? MltchetJ-Co*- Lumber- Cvii?iwuy,-con trae t...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 25 February 1914

!HE ANDERSON INTELLIGENCER Founded 1849 IM North Mali Street AJIDKBAON, 8. C. WILTJA M BANKS, > . Editer W. W. ??OAK, - Business Maaagcr ..Metered According te let el Cea mn an Seeoad Ciao* Man Matter at fe? Fe?te9tee et Anderson, 8. C. rabllihed ET err Morning Sxeept Monday Benl.Weeklr Edition OB Teeeday aad Friday Mornings Dally Edltloa-$5.00 per enaaan tLM for Six MoBthH; 1U? for Three Kath* Semi-Weekly Edltloa - SUM per Annum; 7ft cents for Six Meath!I ?0 .eats to* Four Month?. :_IN ADVANCE_ Member of the Associated Prese aad Receiving Complete Hally Telegraphic Service. A larger Circulation Than Any Otb ar Newspaper la Tait Co agr?as lo aa! Llstriet, , i t . The Intelligencer le delivered by tarrion In the city. If yon fall to gat your paper regularly pleaae notify as? Opposite your name on label af your paper ls printed date to which year amper Is paid. All checke and drafts should be draws to TM An* Intelligencer. The Weather.. Washington, Feb. 24.-Forecast! South Carolina...

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. — 25 February 1914

PART ONE VOL. 1. NO. 1. Weekljr, K?t?WUhe4 1860;Doily, Jan. 18, 1914. ANDERSON, S. C. TUESDAY MORNING, JAN. 13, 1914. PRICE FIVE CENTS. $5.00 PEF ANNUM. lil - ...We Want The Ladies... liPpY As well as all the Men to Drink, and Eat Ice Cream at Our New Sanitary Lippincott ^jflp /r\ ' Fountain* which has just been installed. ' ? 1 We N?NNALY'S ICE CREAM, and Sell PARK & TELFORD'S FINE CANDIES, also F?ll Line M * ? ; KML7 of TOILET ARTICLES. T?MJ -s T: w ... OWL DRUG COMPANY ... ^?\ ^ Phone 636 A GLENN EVANS, Manager Anderson, S. C. /mMs? We Can AMferf ? F?TSlCftMIf?S TE iy-^52L fromy?ir mgm' n^.F^ S Printing Hto. ?? Tr BR OLE: l\V*\ than you can get \ kf?i?Ont??3?L* '?BWA :A??&&?. ? tfe?^L< altogether be?ause its made -kE^SEWHgRg t^TOW ^@|||gg?^fflajpMay in Anderson, but beenup ?# ' P^W^fPbest of <JPP|?:=^ .- :|jUh|S:-,::' .||B'": ?|||0nr fe??ix -; TaM?'"''- IT supples Power%\FansSeringMachine Motors* _ 7 . "IUI IL lp- . I 75 . 1 .^LE^^ . T?TF H&RS7W&RF 00 ti...

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. — 25 February 1914

Negro Is Lynched; Had Killed Deputy. wo ? . .j Iceland. Mis?., Feb. 24.-Sam Petty, negro, accused ot having killed (Miarles W. Kirkland, a deputy sheriff, here late today, waa shot to death by a mob tonight and hts body burned?! Pdtty, wanted on a trivial charge,1 opened fire on Kirkland when the of ficer entered hla cabin. ELECTED LIBERAI. LEADER. Havana. 'l*!bt;fi4.~-nr{ANie de'% Torrlente, eysdoretary of**tote,, k*% been etecttgr ift?der ?L JMB bibera* party, succeeding Enrique Jose Varo na. Adolfo de la tama, Mexican min ister of finance who-today urrivod here la t night aailed tor Vera Cruz. FA MOI W V-ETRHI VARIAN BEAD. i . . < - 1.. -. (By Associated Press) Hos ton. *Feb. 2l.~-l>r. Fredurlpk H. Osgood, former president of the* Uni*..' dd States Veterinary Mcdlcul associa- j tion, died yesterday at ins home hore, it waa learned last night, after a long Illness caused by an infection con-! tracted in scientific work. Mr. W. H. 'LEK. Promoter of th?- Piedmont ?nd North? ir...

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. — 25 February 1914

?BOVT POLK ? C. B. Madden of Auton wan among j tho business visitor* to tho city yes- j terday. J.'E. Sedgier pf Starr spent a tow j hours in thc city y cater day on busi ness. ii w ; (.url King, a Well-kjttown Hopewclf1 niau, was in the. city yesterday. Mr. and Mr?. K. C. A sholl of Town-1 vilto wore shopping in the c|*y yes-] tcrdsy. j . i IL, Li Frazier of Greenville, among tho business visitors to tho I elly yesterday. 1 ri ..<??. F. E. Haskett of Garvin .township | spout a low hou: J In tho city yester day. J. E. Sadler oj .-Savannah township was a boniness visitor to Anderson] yesterday. . E. W. Gaillard o?; Pelzer was in the? city yesterday for ;af ow hours. J. C. Pinson of Ballon was among Uie well-known twriness visitors to I thc city yesterday. L. D. Hardin of Ccntervllle spent] yesterday In Anderson on business.) Hov. W. T, Tut? of Belton was) among thc nusinCBS visitors to thc | city, yestbrday. fl, li. Hayes pt D?H township wan] among thc Anderdon county plau^rs in;t...

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. — 25 February 1914

Particular Shoe Selling Isn't U bad to buy n pair shoes and after having them a hlmrt limo find they burn, lose tliclr ?bang?. <-tc7 Thia will nut happen ii you buy "? E I SB Kitti's SHO K 8." Wc- pide ourselves on the excellent make of OUCKIIOCH thruout, from the selection of Ute leather to the fin ishing of tlie shoe They ure made in all nixes and width:* on the very bout and approved IUHIB and are not only caby fitting nod styli1 li but durable alto. "DKOIDU ON ag?ame ur, *s FOU BHOES^-YOU NB DP HKAftt'rf NO te^HTHKIi." GEISBERG BROS, SHOE COMPANY Under Masonic Tempjev SHOES THAT SATISFY [ ROLLING IN EVERY EXPRESS IS BRINGING US NEW. (i??IDS Rompers Corsets ? . Children's Underwear Gauze Vest Brassieres Dresses Ribbons Hosiery ALL OPENED UP YESTER-I ??? j?? A prie L il U "THE ORIGINAL." ii- -- 'JU.1.-' J Make College View Your Home You may get along well with your work, but are you s keeping up with your opportunities? Does the raise you get help you save? Wa ara offering very...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 25 February 1914

THE ANDERSON DAILY INTELLIGENCER VOL. 1, NO. 38. w^lx, E.U?ia*? 18t?, L*0" Jam. II. lill ANDERSON. S. C WEDNESD** MORNING. FEBRUARY *5. 1914. PRICE FIVE CENTS. $5.00 PER ANfiUlii I i l.n.tiii - . ?-r SUCH IS THE PLEDGE OF JAS THE EXECUAIVE COMMIT! COMMERCE AT THE ME In this, the first annual meeting of the reorganised Chamber of (Com merce of Anderson, wc come together, I trust, aa a body, looking on the past with pride and looking to the future with happy expectations of great and good thing? to come. Tour board, of directors have given of their tlm^rwnd energy wi tho Mt com plaint and with the asalstanct >f your efllcleut secretory, Mr. Porter A. Whalcy, have instilled new iife into the community and haye caused An derson to be better and more favora bly known. The Chamber of Com merce has entered upon its most use ful period, for'the larger part of tin year just ended has of necessity. been one of reorganization and Keating in touch with those things which aro most useful'to t...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 25 February 1914

? ? - -- - ..=--?-.-.-_ .. _ i M II ?.Kimm YEAR'S WORK OF THE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AS SHOWN IN THE COMMHTEE REPORTS Prom Chairman Hammett. At the close of the (Int year of active work on the part of thia re-orgnai/.rd body, I think we all have causea for congratulation. Our organization ba? made . good record indeed, and bas become an mdisprnnahit factor in the growth and' Well beiiifi <>f thia city. Its activities have been ?oread tiver an astonishing field of endeavor, and .it, lian added dignity and iwse to the commercialism of our city. An organization of tliis kind operates only through public confidence, and its stimulating influence can only be felt when its members rally to its support and stand by the wishes of a majority ol thc membership. There ia no real method of calculating the benefit this organization has conferred upon the people of Anderson, yet no one will dispute the fact that that benefit has been great and will be greater. The public spininess of a people ...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 25 February 1914

Bland tn g differences between our transportation lines and their patrons will ?all be amicably ad Justed." Hespec itally D. A. HENNING REPORT OF EXECUTIVE (Finance) COMMITTED As of Feb. 15, 1914. Received from Subscriptions _$5,612.75 Received from 1 carnival . 129.86 Total 4 ... j ;..| 5,742.61 I . JDlsburHementH Administration (Includes fixtures) $ 3,430,76 Publicity. 661.44 Civic .:.. 33.90 Traille -. .?96:? Trade Extension J?t\ci.UJ:. U67.? 'Agriculture .,..>....,,.*.'*?.?H. ,4i8i>5? Educational. Ul*) Credit . 17.20 'Employment . 15.85 Entertainment . 419.80 Railroad Extension . 16.26 Manufacturing . 16.50 'v . Total .31,6,734.98 .Ral. on hand. .7J63 Grand Total..J^ldinl Note In addition to above various other funds, iocliAl lng. partly the below have been raised, dlslnrrsed.aml properly accounted for: ' Adderson Fitting School, dormitory fund$ 1,250.00 Sfate Encampment ._,. 683.25 Rocky River Survey Fund . State Sunday School' Convention (to .date) 9HJ6& Government G...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 25 February 1914

ONL? Tl?? MILI Connection of Different of Mutual Benefit to S j Section (Written for Thc Intelligencer l?y ll. W. farter.) There ure few sections of 'in- South wlileh ''mi boast of a more general prosperity today than e\?-ts in t ie Piedmont KeeUon of South Carolina A ndorson In canicular nut what would mean even a greater Industrial awakening ls thc extension ot neve ral of thc lines of the Southern Hall way hereinafter referred to. Stalling with the least important, I will suv that il would at least open up a fertile tanning section by extend ing the line from Hate burg totJreen wood-a section which would, travers ed by u railroad, prosper exceedingly, and prove to the company to bc mon ey well invested. Then ?et us go to Helton, take the lilac Itidge via An derson tn Walhalla, and consider the undertaking from this terminus cross country to Clayton, Un, Postered years ago by the immortal Calhoun, tills course is already graded, with the exception of the minor part of a huge tunne...

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