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MRS. GEIGER RE-ELECTED I
LIBRARIAN OF CARNEGIE
The annual meeting of the subscrib- !
er? of the Library association was held
ytu/terday aiternoou at 5:30 o'clock at j
the library, about 20 bolng prcacut. At
thl? time reporta were submitted from
the president and trcauurcr and lib
rarian and oilicera were elected as fol
lows: ' ,
Mrs. Susan W. Geiger, librarian;
Miss llortcnso Morris, assistant libra-1
rinh; J. A. Brock, president and!
treasurer; Mrs. Georgo Prince, vleo
picHldcnt; Miss (Margaret Evans, sec
re la ry.
The following board of trustees was
re-elected:. Mrs. George 10. Prince,
Mrs. J. it. Vandlvcr, MIhs Margaret
Evalirt, Miss Varied Hrown and Messrs. i
?. ii. Watkins, J. H. Godfrey, A. M.
Sharpe. J. L. Shorard. 10. C. Mc
Cnnta and J. A. Brock.
The mooting was presided over by-j
tbo liov. D. W. Dodge and after tire
reports-wero rcud and accepted, oth
er business was entered Into.
Mrs. J. II. Vandlvcr moved that tho j
librarian be Instructed to purchase all
books pertaining to South Carolina
history Unit she deemed ndvlsablc, cs*
poclally thoso which uro now fast 1
going out of 'print. This was adopt
Dr. John EL While mado'a short!
talk and rofcrrcd to tho library n? be
ing a great nBs'ot to Anderson college,
in (hat tho students havju access to
it just tho same as tho citizens of
Anderson. He, also Btatcd that ho was
. preparing a bullotln of Anderson col
lege, showing pictures of the build
ing:*, otc, and that ho wanted to have
o picture of Carnegie library.
TroiHurerV Report. ?
Tho report of 'tho proBident ^and j
treasurer, Mr. J. A. Brock, roauVaBj
Statomout of receipts and expendi
tures Anderson Library' association
from May I, 1315 (o April 30, 1016:
Balance on hand May 1, 1015 2D.01
From city of Anderson.. .. 1,020.00 !
From fine? and non r?sidants. 14.50
From rent books....*< 103.10
Total. ... .. . .$1,706.01
For salary librarian...... .. 420.00
For salary of assistant libra- "
'-Ian... ... .... 360.00
For salary Jairttpr...'.. 210.001
For salary ' substitute llbrhr
For water and BghtB.. .... 73.GO
For coal.,, . 160.00 !
For books and periodicals .. 385.50
For Ico. 3.00
For cards, etc. Oulia Co.,
. $4.25, $1.00, $6.06.. .. ... ll.fc.VI
For repairing lock, J. L.
Fpr cards, And?rpon Printing
Co... ... .. .... .? .. .. ' 2.1)0
Fbr shades, Tolly &. SonB- 6.361
For repairing heater,' Sulli
van. $3.50, $2.60, $3,30 . . 0.30 !
For repairing healer. And.
Machine & Foundry Co... 20.001
For city directory,3.001
For paving oBsesfment, 10
.per cent. ? . ...... .. .. 11.05]
For.semi annual inlor?Bfon
i paving. .. . 3.23
F4r repairing roof, Dlwor. ( .50
For repairing doprs, Barton. 7.40
For duutor and. mops, Aus- "
tin..: ... . .. .. .. 1.051
For painting " over front ; :
door, Fant....... ... i .651
For stib American Library
that will give yqu unvarying
withstand anything but delfc
fro?u $i.00 id $2Q.oo and u
Kir.d of Camera or K
D?velorting and jprlhting dor.
today, get pictures tomprrpw
Halanee on band..
Tho Hbrarianu report road art fol
To the Board of Trustees of the Pub
lic Library of Anderson:
I huVo tho pleasure of presenting
to you tho ninth annuul report of like
public library, beginning May I Ml,
1915 and ending -May 1st, 1914.
During tlit* year six hundred and
fifty-six books have boon added to
Mio shelves, of this number four
hundred and forty-four arc novels
and children's books, the remaining
two hundred and twelve arc (lass and
In the adult department twelve
thousand, bovoii hundred and two
books have been circulated, of this
number one thousand, ?fix hundred
und fifty-two were class. books. One
thousand, seven hundred and seven
ty-'onc wore issued from tho rent col
lection. Six thousand four hundred
and sixty-nine bonks wero circulated
In the children's department. Th?
total circulation of books in all
department's of tho library !s oigli
thou&apd, seven himd'.vd and
We have hcon very much gratified
with tho use of the readers of the
(library havo mado of tho rent shelf,
by this method wo have been able
to furnish them some of the best and
newest fiction at a nominal cost. One
hundred and seventy-thrco bonks ut
a cost of one hundred and fifteen dol
lars and forty cents have boon
'bought for this department. One
hundred and thirty books have been
transferred from tho rent to tho freo
shelf, leaving ono hundred and four
books in tho rent .thelf.
Tho following amounts' have boon
collected nt tho dowk:
Ronts and fines from rent
Fines, non-resident mcmborB,
Total amount. .3147.90
The sum of three hundred and
and elghty-flvo dollars- and
fifty cents has been spent for fiction,
children's books and periodicals, and
9210.07 has been spont from tho
Joseph N. Drown Librnry Support
fund for class and reference books.
Tho library subsccrlbcs to twen
ty-five magazines and periodicals.
Wo aro indebted to The Intoiligcn
cor for a freo subscription to its
Susan W. Geiger,
Andorson, S. C, May 1st, 1916.
BIB. AND MRS. C. V. BOY LES
SPENDING FEW DAYS II EUE
Mr. C. V. Doyles, sales and ad
vertising manager for Pepsi Colu in
ii&n section, accompanied by Mr*.
Doyle:!, has returned to Anderson
for a few days stay. Mr. and Mrs/
BoyloB spont several weeks In An
derson oarly in tho sprir' , going
from here to Greenvlllo. .f oday af
ternoon thoy will go to Greenwood,
where Mr. Hoy les will bo engaged in
advertising Pepsi Cola for ocvrlt?!
HA. FRANK (ILO YE It TAYLOR
AND MISS T1I0BNT0N WED
Mr, and Mrs. J. S. Thornton an
nounce tho marrlago of their daughter,
.Sara Kalherlnb to Mr. Frank Glover
Taylor, on Wednesday, May 24th, 1916,
at their home Middlcton, Ga.
Mr. Taylor was formerly of Ander
?on and Is a son of Mrs. H ess le R?*.Cn
er Taylor. Ho is prominently con*
nected both in this state, and r.iso la
Georgia and his many friends hero
will ho interested in his marr^go. '
satisfaction and , that will
icratc ( misuse at ev?iy price
ie by an ?xpert~lc&v?- films
;.' ... . . ... , v:V;.'>. .-"I
ay* and 'Printers
?O ATTEND HEARING
WILL GO TO COLUMBIA
NEXT TUESDAY AF
Mr. w. w. Sullivan, chairman of
tho transportation committee of the}
chamber of commerce, and Messrs.
I). A. jA'dbcttcr uml W. P. Farmer,
other members or (be committee, and
probably others,, will go to Columbia
next Monday afternoon to be present
on Tuesday at a rate hearing which
Ib to be hold before the railroad com
This hearing 1b called by the rail
road commission of South Carolina
to take final action on petition of
railroads now before the commission,
asking for elimination of South Car
olina commission exception sheet and
tfubstltutlon of regular Southern
classification wf<*i certain commodity
ciass of r^'os t?r ?r.ke c*re of sneclr.!
ratings In South Carolina now pro
vided for by tho commission except
Tho movement- is a general one
throughout Southeastern states and
Is in line with efforts of carriers to
put in effect a uniform classification.
Tho hearing will no doiibt he
largoly attended by shippers and
representative tariff mm, as it con
templ.itcH many changes in intra
Under present adjustment of
freight rates many through rates are
highor than tho aggregate of local or
intermediate raten, and recent deci
sions of the Intrastato Commence
commission have in tho main been
against continuing In effect any
through'rates which exceed combina
tion of local or Intermediate rates,
the most notable porhapB-being on
4th section, application No. 4G1, in
which various ca-rrlers nsked permis
sion to continue in effect through
rates from IxmlHlanu points to Tcxaa
polntB which were higher than ag
gregate of .local lalsc between said
point.; Tho commission denied the
The defendant railroad classlflca
tlon and tho numerous -state classifi
cations now in effect mike the con
struction of ' Interstate freight" rat?.*
very complicated and some action on
tho part of railroads to simplify their
rate construction and make their
tariffs conform to an act to rcgulitc
commerce is urged by tho interstate
commerce commlbslon and sooner or
later must come.
Whether tho diminution of state
except'v>i sheets will remedy tho evil
is a question to bo decided and the
commission and s'hlppor should see
that their Interests are conserved in
tho proposed ^changes. ,
JOHN L. MOWN TO
MAKE 10 ADDRESSES
ONE IN COURT HOUSE, TO
EQUINOX EN FVENING
Hon. John L. McLaurln, former*
United States senator and at present
'.Unto .Warehouse commissioner, will
be iu AmWaon tomorrow afternoon
and night, according to a telegram
received yesterday afternoon by Mr.
V. Bi. Cheshire.
On'Saturday afternoon he will speak
In tho court house, tho tlmo very
probably being 3 o'clock. ?n tho
ovontng beginning at 7 o'clock he
will speak to the operatives at tho
Just what Mr. MdUaurin will
speak about Saturday afternoon has
not been learned, bub il' has been
said that it Is very probable that he
Will disclose and dlscuoH somo of
his political plans.
In the evening he will probably
d in cutis labor problems at tho Equi
. Largo crowds aro. expected to hear
him on'both occasions.
i\ YACAKC5? AT WEST POINT
Open to tho 8U?e At Large?Kxnmj.
nation June 38.
To fill a vacancy in the United
States Military academy a competi
tive examination, op cm to ihe state
at. large, 'will be held Ih. Columbia
June.23 at the University of South
Carolina. Senator , B. Rh THImsn
v,ill make the appointment.
Th? examination will include the
following subjects: Grammar, and
analysis, rhetoric and composition,
opening. United States history, geog
raphy, arithmetic, algebra and geo
metry (three books.) ,
Each candidate for the appoint
ment will' .bring to the examination
all nocossary writing'' material,>pd
furnish a phystclai^e certificate of
^ *T?IE~?tBABT OF PAuXA?
Peat nr log T/cnore Ulrich, the Versa?
tne nute fflmmms
"Tiff He#n or Paula," a, Paramount
picture featuring l*hbre -UIHch,
Wit} bo the attraction at the Bijou
thuatro today. Tho story deals with
an American Who goes to' Mexico on
lv business tff)ps JWhlle there he
falle in love with a heautlful Span
ish girl and many complications fol
For the Hot 'Summer days try
M?w? Hot Bottte. Owi
Co-*/ -.' :-';-.';-'^:
RESIDENT HUNIERS \
1ST HAVE LICENSE
NOTICE IS ISSUED BY H. S.
TRESCOTT, CO. GAME
Tho following has beon received
from H, S, Trescott, county game
warden, with tho request that It bo
At the 19,16 session of the legisla
ture this county wa3 Included under
tho proviKiona of the resident hunters
license law. Thla luw requires all
bunter? to procure a 'cens? lu order
to .hunt. The coat of resident hunting
licenses In $1.00 for the county lieon&'o,
which entitles the holder to hunt in
accordance wtth the laws anywhere
within the county, but is not good for
hunting outside of this county. State
licenses coat 13.00 'ami are good for
bunting in this county or any .other
county in South Carolina.
Tho law further provides that land
lordB, tenants and their children arel
not, requires t? have a license while
hunting upon their.own freehold'; or
leaseholds and landlords nay give
?>i"'tin permission to a resident of hie
county to hunt up in Iiis laud, iv
which event tho written j.crmis.?icii in
ii substitute for the county license;
tho said written permission must be
curried by tho hunter and exhibited
to tho game warden or any ofllccr,
upon demand. This written permis
sion cannot bo given to anyone resid
ing outside of this county. The hold
er of a license is not required to
have any written permit tcr-m tho land
owner and io at llbertv to hunt upon
any land where there is no objec
tion from tho land owner. Tho lic
ense, however, docs not givo tho hold
er tho right to -trespaas in any man
Theso ilconscB can be obtained from
any magistrate, hardware dealer, clerk
of court or from me.
; H.. S. Trescott,
. . County Game Warden.
TO NEARLY $4,500
THAT MUCH MONEY SPENT
TO SEE GREAT PICTURE
The total receipts at the"*- Anderson
"theatre during, the .performances of
the "Birth'of a Nation" were approx
imately 94,500, according to an an
nouncement made yesterday by Man
ager J. J. Trowbrldg^.
Tho (heaviest receipts were- on
Monday evening, tho first perform
ance .given. Tho next were on
Tuesday evening. Both mtaincos
were shown . to capacity houses and
if thoro had been more room at
theso the''receipts would probably
have totaled $5,000.
In this connection It Is interesting
to note that the "Battle Cny of
Peace," a picture similar In some
respects to the one just shown here,
? Ml again be presented In Anderson.
.41 is picture waa shown In Anderson
a few months ago, but having not
been -widely' advertised, the atten
dance was not what it should have
FRED R. DOiNIGK IS
WAS CANDIDATE 2 YEARS
AGO AND RECEIVED A
GOOD V0TS I
la this Ibbuo of The Intelligencer
appears tho card of Mr. Fred H.1
Domlnlck announcing'that ho is ! a
candidate for congress from this
Mr. Dominiek needs .no introduc
tion to the, people of Anderson coun
ty. Two years ago be,',was In the
race and added much interest to. it,
receiving a vory handsome vote. He
was assistant attorney general for a
time and only a few mon tin? ago re
signed from, this position.
Mr. Domlnlck Is a prominent at
torney of No wherry and ono of the
most widely known men .In. this sec
tion o? the state. He has .been a
froquent yisitor to Anderson and
has many staunch friends and ad
mirers in this county' ah .well as tn
the entire district.
last Sight's "Weri. \ *
Paris, May 25.?The Gorman
troops yesterday attacked the French,
enet of the Mouse near Hnridormont
quarry iO the. Verdun'district obtain
ing a footing in one trench war ohico
announced. East of OumlercB".'to the
west of the Meuse the; Blench made
some progress In hand-grenade light
ing. There was no infantry action
at Fort poimmont ;\s^ riJgbt. Artil
lery activity was t.?'rticul?wTjy severe
in the vicinity of Hill 3M and in the
section tC D*ad Man Hitt tb Cumle
**' '" ' y '
J?tet ol Firemen. * '
Greenville, May 25.--Several fcf
the local firenieh wilt probably at
tend tho annual convention and tour
nament to be held at . ;0raiis?bur?v
June 20. 21, and 32. eWef ?*gon> of
the local .department, bas received a
tetter from Iiouls Behren?,'president
of the- state firemen'*"' association,
(dying Wformitioh :'*jti0Bf?.;-:to9
And realizing the advantag
impression of this store of gpoc
Store are the very best that si
That is why we believe yoi
cd with the good looks, good
At Attractive ]
Colored Linens, white and (
g?tateas and mercerized solid
;ind double breasted styles, wl<
some with cuffs, ages 3 to 7.
$1. $1.25, $1.50 ai
boys' Suits that will stand
look th* part of Sunday Dress
beys liV.e niirt fhe wear that \*
yewrs. . .
Developing and printing done by ar
tist. s?ost bcautirul work guaranteed
u all times. Satisfaction or no
net-eloping, 10c per film.
Printing: Prints 2 1-4x3, 1-4, , ac;
2 1-2x4 1-4, 4c; 3 1-4x5 1-2, 5?;
3uick delivery. Send one film to te3t
>ur service. Agents Wanted.
LI WON DRUG CO , Sparenburg, 8. C.
"Heart of the
v Now 50c
.1.J.',..'.J l.L,,.,!..-.^.,J.-l ii|"iiniflM
?Brtgateat 8oes 1? Tawa"
': * \
"THE HEART OF PAULA"
, : ' /. " '
BETTER KIND OF, MOVIES
; Thona 460
JA3BE8 0L?VKU CtJBWOLL |
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^ROU SHALT NOT" !
In A l^rhUag Vry ;
Ewl Sea! ? Reel Fcattre
)f the kind which show that we recognize ti<ur
boys of today as pur'men of tomorrow
Scums to us, it would be mighty poor policy not 4o remember
iat fact always. Seems to us wc would be extremely short*
ghtcd if wc didn't impress upon boys, through mothers of boys,
le fact that thir.store is a quality store?not a "fuiay" store, bat
e of having boys grow to be men with a fixed and unchanged
I merchandise, we make certain that the clothes in thia ?oys'
kill, experience and pur resources can possibly produce.
oi, mothers of boy> and Andersen's future' men. will be impress
quality and good workmanship in the following:
tite collars and
50c and $1 each
and' "K. & E." Blouses with regular collars
a* same price.
BOYS' ATWUSTIC UNION
' ' Sizes 3 to 8, 5oc
' ' in assorted colors a>.<| stripes, best made,
id $2.00 50c.
HING FOR BOYS
the strain of summer o?tings and
All the little" features that
ill please parents. Sizes .8 to IS
? CL OTtf/?RS
Oki e o? ?&
V . i
And right?jf so.
The very best stock
in the city,
featuring at all times W? newer arid. Ranted
"Silks of'every.sort;;. ^??'lVf'nd .specially in
teresting these Sport Sir?pes?l?rge and small [
?xnany colors-?suitable for many purposes,
ft . ; ' V,?j^|ti^ j^ndrf.?ncy SUI^ van^ -.,tfei^ ]
shaded even I
- . *Sttlts^wjsi*d;rrk?.;to hj?^,S^'?i??iflititc^Jtis^ We- 5
' are s?re t? ^e t^.:p
' y . \?l we c?ri g?(l::it for you. Nfo.!rp?i)?e?..