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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 9 May 1915

;_, /.'S-t- y -- The Pages 7 to 10 ANDERSON, S. C. SUNDAY MORNING* MAY 9, 1915. NUMEBR 101. AUL IN PREP IRATIONi FOI 1 GRAND SE :?ND BIG And The main t ond cbautauq] and everythln formal upenin day afternoon^ 10 very body And? rsonlans pean situation] tlie next elgh selves. Tliert .lid talent lie tastes of all no one will bj un the other Enjoyment kind the cha worth a great the very best ten. and It value. The parade on account t many Hags w hats distributed Superintend^ the chautauq than ever an] ready. In the worj of tin- centra of the cham un till enjoy The nrograf Don P. Th Concert?T Lecture, "fling ter A. Ixing. Admissio r cents. Tuesfcj Concert?T* S In ter pr?t?t we r R-om Home" Admission tsl for Anderson's sec have been erected, now ready for the the big event Mon s s bought tickets and ftna r forget the Euro if Jaat be possible, for da 's, and enjoy them .v 11 be plenty of splen p. nough to meet the It is safe, to say that dl appointed, and that all will be pleased, f the ri...

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. — 9 May 1915

Our theatre i during Chautau 10th to 17th. OPEN AGAIN TUE First Schoi Adopt Co School . CLEVELAND DISTRICT NO. 36 FILES PETITION MAKING LAW EFFECTIVE ALL BUT 3 OF THE 44 PATRONS SIGNED Probable That Others Will Fol low?Three Ways of Adopt ing Measure. Cleveland school \listrict No. Itti Iiuh Sdopted the compulsory school ntton ance law. this being the first school district in Anderson county to take ad va iita>:.- of the recently ifiaclcd ntatute. The* petition signed hy a majority of the (|uulifietl electors re siding in nie district, which automa In tlcally makes the law effective ft: that fli.'it.iet, wan filed yesterday wilh County Bupetintenaint of Education J. li. Feltou. Near Honen I'nth. There are approximately 11 quali fied electors residing in Cleveland school district and all hut three atfilx ed their signatures to the petition. Cleveland school district is about four miles east of llonea Path. There is one two-teacher school in the dis trict, but it is one of the most...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 9 May 1915

soc Mrs. Rosa McCully has returned from a visit to Atlanta. Mrs. J. C. Blau ton who has been spending the week with her sister, Mrs/. 8. B. Bleckley. will leave to morrow for her home at Jackson ville. Mrs. Clyde ?obb of Shelby. N. C. was here yesterday on her way home from a. vlait to Starr. Engagement Announced. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Fretwell an nounce the engagement of their daughter, Ruth,- and Mr. Clarence Beaty. The wedding to take place early in June at the', summer home, Sunset ForeBt. , Mins Nan Osborne of Spartanburg is plaiting her aunt, Mrs. R. L. Rob inson, on South McDuffie street. Mrs; Valentine Entertains. Mrs. W. iB. Valentine was the charming hostess yesterday after noon when she entertained in honor of her attractive visitor, Mrs. W. H. Valentine of Baltimore. Tables were arranged for auction bridge and a very delightful afternoon was spent by those present. Mrs. Valentine was assisted in her duties as hostess by Mrs. Prank Jolmstone, an elegant salad course being .s...

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. — 9 May 1915

Shoe Values Worth While At Geisberg Bros, Shoe Co, If you compare the quality of Shoes you get from Geisberg with the other fellows you will agree with us that we have a just claim on our little saying, "Shoes That Satirfy." _ , Welt Oxfords for Men, worth $3.5o, (t?n ?uid black) Tan Rubber Soles Oxfords for Men, worth ?5, but sold here for i : White Canvas Rubber Sole Oxfords for Women, one inch heel, Blucher style White Canvas V?randa Pumps- for Wo men, sold in larger cities for ?2.oo but here for Children's Socks, worth 10c and 15c a pair. We're discontinuing the line so on sale here, 4 pairs for Baby Dolls;* the best Baby Doll lasts sliown in the town; special prices oii all numbers; patents and dull tor .S2.50, sJ.oo and S3.5o. Tennis 'Pumps for Men, Women and . - Children in Whites and Blacks with > White, Red and Black Rubber Soles; they're on sale for per pair $3.00 $4.00 $1.50 $1.69 25c $1.95 a 50c G?isberg Bros. Shoe Co. % . Under Masonic Temple. ' / ' Shoes That Satisf...

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. — 11 May 1915

\ WEATHER FORECAST I Generally fair; moderate northwest winda. TI?e Intenigenref COTTON HARKET I>oeal Cotton.A lUc VOLUME H. ANDERSON. S. C. TUESDAY MORNING, MAY tl. 1915. NUMSER lt?f fl ?a ?asa?. * ?i?". ?. If S. WILL HOT DECLARE WAR ON GERMANY WILSON INTIMATES THIS POLICY WILL BE ADHER ED TO AMERICA MUST BE AN EXAMPLE President Greeted by Applause and Waving of American Flag* at Philadelphia. Philadelphia, May 10.--President Wilson gave to a gathering foiV thousand neutralized Americana to night tho first Intimation of the course the United States will proba bly will puraure in the situation re sulting fro mthe IOBB of more than a hundred American lives on the Lusi tania. He spoke by Implication, but hiB hearers Interpreted his remarks ns meaning that while the United States would remain In peace lt would seek to convince Germany ot the in justice to mankind of the tragedy. "America." said the president "Must have consciousness that on all aid?s it touches elbows, and touches h...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 11 May 1915

Colorado Labor Leader j Found Guilty of Murder! ms !5S John R. Lawson, member of the International Executive Hoard of tlx* Mine Workers of America, IUIH been found guilty of murder in the first degree in connection with thc death ot John Nimmo, a deputy she* iff. In the coal miner?' strike, near Ludlot . Col. Nimmo was killed In a battle be tween deputies and atriklng coal minera near Ludlow on Oct. 25, ion. Lawson was one of tho leaders in the strike. Lawson was sentenced to life Im prisonment at hard labor in the Colo rado penitentiary. Tho defense re ceived thirty dayes to file a motion for1 a new trial, and Lawson was released in custody of his counsel. "They may get me. but they can't defeat the cause of labor," said Law son after the verdict. ' I'm not worrying about myself-it's the fight I have been making for the work ingmen that I am interested In. and that will go ahead. Even for roe lt's a long way to the penitentiary. My attorneys will not give up until every thing possi...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 11 May 1915

Prmcixie PURE PHOSPHATE Baking Powder PRTNCINE ii the result of 25 years' search for the perfect baking powder. It is thc baking powder of sure results - thc baking powder with health-making Princitie phosphate in ir. Bake a batch of biscuit according to "Mi:"s Princine's Bis cuit Recipe" sent frc?? upon request, ami sec fer yourself that they're better. Princitie is for all your baking - for your biscuit, cake, jump-ups, pop-overs, Waffles, and uno thousand and one things more. Princinc cornel ic. handled cops- J j lb. iSc: 1 lb. 30c. United Profit Sharing Coupons in every cup. If your grocer hain't Princint tend hi* name und receive a 2 u?. ?ainple, or send 15c for ] ? lb. cup. Look for the Princint Sf:tl/ al Your Grocer's The Southern Manufacturing Co. Richmond. Va. in mvry cup ?15 The Leadership of Front-Lacing Corsets is due to the fact that the Front Lacing principle is the COR REO one! The increasing de mand among fashionable wo men for Front Lacing Corsets is the best exiden...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 11 May 1915

THE INTELLIGENCER ESTABLISHED i860. 'Published every morning except Monday by The Anderson Intelligen cer ?t 140 West Whittier Street, An derson, S. C. SRMI-WEEKLY i'rJLLlOENCER Published Tuesdays and Fridays Entered as second-class matter April 28, 1914, at the post office at AUdersop, South Carolins, under the Act of March 3. 1879. ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCHES Telephone.321 SUBSCRIPTION KATES DAILY One Year .15.00 Six Months . 2.60 Three Months . 1.25 One .Month .42 One Week .10 SEMI-WEEKLY One Year .fl.50 Six Months .76 The Intelligencer is delivered by carriers in the city. Look at the riyinted label on your paper. The date thereon shows when the subscription expires. Notice date on label carefully, end If not correct please notify us at once. Subscribers desiring the address of their paper changed, will please state in their communication both the old and new addresses. To insure prompt delivery, com plaints ot non-delivery in the city of Anderson should be made to the Circulati...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 11 May 1915

Mr. Farmer: If you furnish your tenants you'll have either cash or credit orders to fill. We Want Your Orders Write, 'phone or better still stop in and let's talk it over, w? are sure we can make satisfactory anangerrients-doubly sure that we can supply your tenants with the sort of goods that are really worth while. You'll find here every thing wearable for women and children and some things for men. Our prices are in every way reasonable. We want your business or part of it at least. Try us once and you'll admit this is a mighty good store to tie up with. * Looking for you and your orders. Moore-Wilson Co. f H . i J ? -i' ?. ? -1- 1 - i' iJ--JJ THRIFT If thrift does not come natural to you, cultivate it. Realize the fact that every man who has a dollar put aside is a capi talist. We earnestly urge you to open an account with'rthisjbank. | for any sum. Either a Checking or a Evings account, in ad-? J dition to being convenient encourages you* not to use your-?j money except in a wi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 11 May 1915

WHY DRINK AN IMITATION WHEN THE GENUINE BOTTLED IS ONLY 5c rn Bye and Bye Leads tn tho bouae of never. Begin now, save a part of your earnings Continuous Savings will soon count up when deposited hi thc Savilles Department of The Baak of Anderson The strongest bank in the county. Kiss Your Coal Stove Goodbye ! % .The gas stove has the coal stove beaten a mil lion ways. No wood to chop, no coal to car ry, rio ashes to take up, carry out, and sift, leaving a trail ol dirt and dust from the stove all the way out to the. ash pit. No fire to coax and cod dle. No excess heat. No waste. Gas is a guarantee of the right kind of a (ire instantly for any purpose whatever; and it's more economical, too. Anderson Gas Co, ITCHING ECZEMA IS DRIED RIGHI UP wrmsuLPHUR UM like cold cream to subdue irritation and clear the skin. Aay breaking out or irritation on the fae?, arma, lega and body when accom Santed hy itching, or when toe akin ia r* and feverish, can be readily over como by applying a littl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 11 May 1915

Growing Strawbei Washington, May 10.-The straw berry ls the most valuable of the small nun crops grown In tho United States. The commercial value of the straw berry crop In mot) was nearly $18, 000,000, and the acreage was one-half of the total or all small fruits. This does not Include thc small home garden patches, which would proba bly double the value. Practically one-fourth of tho crop ls fcrown in the Southern States, according to a new bulletin of thc li. 8. Department of Agriculture (Farmers' Bulletin No. 664.) Cholee of Location. An important consideration lr growing strawberries In thc Soulh for the northern markets, according to the new bulletin, is to select a lo cation where the climatic and soil conditions are conducive to the carly ripening if the fruit, so there, will bc little competition from regions far ther north. In many southern sec tions where strawberries aro produc ed on a commercial scale, shipments practically cease as soon as berries from a more northern ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 11 May 1915

Palmetto Theatre TODAY Crawford & Humphreys Bon-Ton Musical Comedy Co. present "The Black Statue" with Black Crawford doing; thc Blackface'Comedy. Also featuring thc great White Oak Quartette. Thia i? a clean, clever Tah Show. Your money b*?k it you are dissatisfied. Movies for Today "THE FENCING MASTER"-Majestic Two Reel Drama. "GUSSIE'S WAYWARD PATH"-Key stone Comedy. We will be closed from 6:15 to 7:30 for Supper from now on through the Summer. This will give us an oppor tunity to disinfect, ventilate,' 'and purify the air of the theatre before the night performance. The Road to Success Leads Through the "Spot Cash" Your daily savings will create a fund lu keep you out of a "Tight." May We Have the Pleasure of Showing You? We have in fresh vegetables this week Irish Potatoes, Onions, Cabbages, Beans and Tomatoes, Beets and Squash. We carry a complete line of groceries. Always new and fresh as wc turn it fast. ; . Our market is dandy clean and sanitary. Phone us your meat want...

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

WEATHER FORECAST Generally fair; moderate northwest winds. The COTTON MARKET Local Cotton.9 l-2c VOLUME IL ANDERSON, S. C. WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 12, 1915. NUMBER 103. EXPLAN ASKEl BY CABINET UNANIMOUSLY AP PROVES ACTION PROPOS ED BY WILSON WILL INSIST ON AN EXPLANATION To Hold Germany Strictly Ac countable for Loa? of Amer ican Lives and Property. Washington, May lt^-Presldent Wilson fjrtually decided late tonight ' on the first step In the policy the United States vt 111 pursue as a result of the sinking of the Lusitania. A draft of tho comniunftlon to he sent to Germany waa submitted to the cub* inet and unanimously approved. While no official announcement waa mr.de it was lenmed that thc United Staten would insist uppu nu explanation of n herios of Incidents, Incuding the inking of the Falaba and the torpedo, lng of the American ateumer (Juiflight and the Lusitania. It ia said PreaLittut Wilson voices the intense feeling of the United States over the happenings, and In the namr ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 12 May 1915

WHY DRINK. AN IMITATION WHEN THE GENUINE BOTTLED IS ONLY 5c CHEAP INSURANCE. You can buy a bottlo of Dr. Hilton's Life For Tho Liver and Kidneys No. 2, and cleanse your system from all impurities of your body, and save lots of sickness and lost time. Price 26 and 60 cents. For sale by all druggists. Drlstrlbutod by Murray Drug Co.; Columbia. S. C. Wedding Presents for the June Bride We have a very large assort ment of everything pretty, and serviceable that you would expect to find^ at a first class jewelers, suitable for wedding presents. Drop in and let us show them to you. lt will afford us great pleasure, whether you purchase or not. LYON The Cash Jeweler ?-????I IHUIH ll I The Sanitary Market (Successors to O. P. Fowler) Fresh Home Killed Meats, Fresh Fish, Dresed Poul try? tend Country Produce. Rouda ?nd Dobbins are tho. s Two Heat Cutters; both are ex ? perlenced butchers, and know their buainess well. Tender, Juicy and Nutritious Meats, killed and handled In the Most Improve...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 12 May 1915

50 Quarts Fresh Country Strawberries These are the finest ber ries grown in Anderson County, today 1gc quart.***** BREAKFAST CEREALS New Monogram Roll- AP ed OatB, 2 pkgs for.. ?OC Fresh Puffed Wheat .% O package ?? .. .. AmtC Fresh Puffed Rice, 2 nj? ' pkg? for.?OC Fresh (Shredded Og ' Wheat, 2 pkgs for ..?wC .. 15c Fresh Cream of Wheat, pkg .. . Fresh Toasted Corn Flakes, pkg. Fresh Grape Nuts, package . Fresh Dutch Tea Ruslr, pkg .. .. 10c 15c 10c We want your coopera tion on prompt delivery. Let us have your orders before 9 o'clock in the norning and 4 o'clock in the afternoon. Anderson Cash Grocery DONT CABBY A HANDICAP THROUGH LIFE. Did you ever stop to think that your every action, every thought, your disposition, and character are influenced every day by the condi tion of your Liver? Failure in life may be the direct result ot a' disor dered Liver. Dr. Hilton's Life For The Liver and Kidneys will keep your liver in per fect condition. Get a bottle, For Salo by all Druggists,...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 12 May 1915

THE INTELLIGENCER ESTABLISHED IMO. Published every morning except Monday by The Anderson Intelligen cer at ?40 Weat Whitner Street. An derson, 8. C. SEMI-WEEKLY INTELLIGENCER Published Tuesdays and Fridays Entered aa second-clsas matter April 28. 1914, at the post ohice at Anderson, South Carolina, under the Act of Marcb 3, 1879. ASSOCIATED PRES8 DISPATCHES Telephone .321 SUBSCRIPTION BATES DAILY One Year .$5.00 Six Months .2.50 Three Months .1.26 One Month.42 One Week .10 SEMI-WEEKLY One Year .$1.60 Six Months .76 The Intelligencer ls delivered by carriers In Hie city. Look at the pirlnted label on your , paper. The date thereon shows when the subscription expires. Notice date on label carefully, and if not correct please notify us at once. Subscribers desiring tbe address ot their paper changed, will please state in their communication both the old ( and new addresses. To insure prompt delivery, com plaints of non-delivery In the city . of Anderson should be made to the i Circulat...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 12 May 1915

Amateur Ad-Writers Contest THREE CASH PRIZES $5.00, $2.50 and $1.00 Will be Awarded the Best Ads OEE or phone some of the following named merchants and busi ^ ness men AT ONCE and get the information or "dope" on what they want to advertise-write .your ads and submit them to the dif ferent merchants. Each merchant will have one ad in this Contest in next Sunday's Intelligencer and the three best ads will be award ed the money. You can prepare one ad for every merchant in the contest if you wish. The different merchants will tell you all about the goods to be advertised. We will supply you with any illustra tion which you wish, if we have it in stock. Newspaper people and regular ad writers are barred; all other white persons are eligible. The following named merchants will enter the contest, und will gladly give you all the information wanted to any one wishing to write an ad for them : W. H. Lyon, Moore-Wilson Co., Marchbanks & Babb, Columbia Tailoring Co., Anderson Gas Co., Pa...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 12 May 1915

Visit The Gre San Francise PANAMA-CALIFOR San Die; Southern Premier Carrie Greatly reduced round trip I agents at principal points to I Francisco, fortland, and Scad! to November 3olh. If you desire a quick and coi in?i of Pullman cars, tourist sic coaches then see that your tnk way. Why pey tourist agents for e purchase a round trip ticket clail Francisco, for only $79.20. I other points. For complete information, i call on ticket agents, or write. W. R. Taber, T. P. A., W Greenville, S. C. SENEGA TO HAVE NEW ENTERPRISES Oil Station, Bakery and Flour | Mill-Farmers Chautuaqua July 22-25. ?perin.) to Th? Intrllict-nccr. Seneca, May H.-Tho ntatlon of the Texas OU Company will noon he com pleted. Mr. W. 8. llrock. formerly connected with the Anderson Hard ware company, of Andoruon, will have charge of thin station. Ile expects to move, hin family here thin week. Tho elation l3 located near tho Sene ca Fertilizer plunt. Th IM makes three oil stations for Seneca. Tho Stand ard, Petroleu...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 12 May 1915

. ELECTRIC Cr ._ * Items of Interest and Per?? * Wireless on the ! Incendiary Fire At Lo vf n dex Tille? What ife supposed to have been nn incendiary fire totally destroyed the storeroom and. entire stock of Mr. W. M. Speer st Lowndesvllle Friday night. The loss is between four and five thousand dollars. It is reported that there was no insurance whatever on either the stock or the storeroom. ? ? o Meeting of * Farmers' Union. A meeting was held of the Farmer's union in the clerk of court's office Tuesday morning. The meeting was an excellent one, being very well at tended despite the rain. The discus sions were highly interesting. A vote was taken and lt was unanimously decided that the Anderson County Farmer's Union attend the Pendleton Farmer's Society picnic In Pendleton on Thursday in a body. , -o C. P. C. Offers a Winthrop Scholarship. The .Piedmont district of the South Carolina division of the U. D. C. of fers a scholarship to Yvinthrop Col lege, valu- 1 at 1162, for girls o...

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. — 12 May 1915

Palmetto Theatre TODAY'S PROGRAM Crawford & Humphreys Bon-Ton Musical Comedy Co. present "The Bon-Ton Female Ministr?is" Movies for Today "SHORTY TURNS ACTOR"-Broncho Two Rreel Drama ' PERSISTANCE WINS"-Beauty Com edy. THE "WHITE OAK" QUARTETTE is pleasing the people with their harmony. This entire show is a Cracker-Jack. Your money back if you want it. Paramount TODA Y "Tracked By the Hounds'" This b an Edison Two Reel Special. "Fates and Flora FourflusK Vita graph. "Suffering of Susan" Biograph. Open 3 To 6:15, And 7:30 To 10:00 P. M. Bijou Theatre MONDAY'S PROGRAM MAVIS OF THE GLEN"-Laemmle. A taree part romantic drama featuring Robert Leonard and Ella Hall. "OH, WHATS THE USE"-Joker. A great comedy erith Max Ashil, Louise Fasenda end Sob Vernon. "THE DEAR OLD HYPOCRITE"-Big V. Some remedy with Murdock MacQoarrle. All Contest Tickets Will Be Honored At Box Office. 5 BIG REELS-5c and 10c TOMORROW-"THE BLACK BOX" Good Music .:. Universal Service NOTICE I am forced to do busines...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
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