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For Sale by
Pouche Drug Co., Anderson, S. C.
W. II. Harrison, Anderson, S. C.
W. A. Power, Anderson, S. C.
Evans' Pharmacy, Anderson, S. C:
Peoples' Grocery Co., Anderson, S. C.
Anderson Cash Croce. Anderson,' 8. C.
M. M. Hunter, Pendleton. S. C. 3303
Frierson's Pharmacy, Belton, S. C.
a good turn by installing a
GAS RANGE. We seil
them under the strongest
Easy terms--12 down aim
$2 per month.
Anderson Gas Co.
Why we w^nt
Do you realize that a (toni
email accounts make a
stronger than a dozen Iri
evan if they aggregate the same
total of deposits?
That's why we i re constant
ly seeking new customers. We
want as wide a cUV.? of friends !
and customers as possible.
Of course, large accounts are
welcome, too, for ll ls our pur
pose to serve ALL people.
Hut we-want men and wonrsa
of limited means to know that
Uvis bank is wUting/to accept
their deposits and gire, them the
aa vantage oi our advice and ev
ery facility of the institution.
If you are not a bank deposi
ts.- at all corm lt?'and ?et ac
no dnted with us. We will be
r iad to talk tilings over with
. oui " . >V , '
McGee? "Gift Used In Joint Cele
Quite a Soeces*
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. There was a delightful supper, at
the city hall l?At night given hy the
members pl thc . Anderson Fire . De
partment ? and a j number- ? ot ' invited
guests were present. The supper
was given largely in compllmont tn
the' splendid citlsen. Mr. J. Lon Mc
Gee who recently made a h?ndsome
present of a ? neck to th? are depart-' ;
moot in recognition of the service/?
df'the men miring the Ure which de
stroyed h>: stables and but for tho
plucky aud determined efforts of the
firemen would haVd\destroyed a large
part of the city. In acknowledging
tho during and courag; JUA work of
the rtre department, Mr. McGee has 1
stated that "Every man was in his j
place and every man was doing his j
duty." It was a matter of regret to
the members of the department mut
Mr. McGee could hot be prsent, as be
The Tho tablo was loaded with
fully helped plates, a regular dinner
of the kind that "Teddy" would call
"bully", which means enough with
some to spare. The tables were
spread in the council chamber, which
many voted was a good use to whh.-i
to devot J this precinct of govern
ment. Mrs., .Jackson, the- splendid
wife of the chief of the fire depart
ment, lind the supervision of this
part bf the evening, and with the la
dies Salvo' assisted her. gave a dinner
that was appetizing and satisfying to
AU ot the firemen were present and
the., aldermen and several, citizens.
The presiding officer of the occasion
was Ex-mayor John K. Hood, who, af
ter ike 'firemen "abd helpers had ex
tinguished as mnch as they could of
the viands, and they needed no pres
sure at all on this occasion, presented
several who, made short-talks. Mr,
Hood paid a glowing tribute to the
bravery-, ot the firemen, commenting
happily upon the similarity of names
of the chief of Anderson's'lire depart
ment end that great fighter under
fire who is immortalized in American
history. "Stonewall" Jackson.
TJT'. Fintier, chaplain of the.depart
ment. Mr Jas. D. Hammett and all
of the members of the council were
called upon ?or short talks and each
responded in a manner whjch showed
their, 'confidence in the integrity and
ability- a*fid courage of the chief^jof
thdadepartment and his well trainedv
andVpatrlptiQ and active ^assistants,
the representative of Mr. McGee and
.Alderman Keys Gilmex nude an .el
monument to be reared to their m?m
orlPA. ".. . ^ . ' . ,
Alderman jWcClure,. acting uppjiJ&n,
.'(Uggesties of Mr." Hammett and'Al
derman Carter, called for ? special
meeting of council to make arrange
monts for tho firemen rc be?jpv?oa
trip ^aFlwrep^^b^tke -mesUng of r^he
asked-ihe privilege of tho citiseas be/-1
lng permitted to contribute to a fuvd j
to assist in defraying any expenses. I
This waa aq^s?it^ trUh pleasure. \
Chief Jackson, being too modest to
respond- tp any or the deserved' cbm
plnndnts arhich had. been paid him,
M? -?Hoody ajado a few beautiful re
marks*"" cloris^, eulo^ tbs good
citizens in whatever Btetlon of ser
vice or.in whatever walk of tue ne
might be lound.
The evening was closed with the
singing, "My Countty Tis of Thee."
The sentiment of all of the speak
ers" waa;, that Andnranti hun ? capa
ble, ?ctjw*c-aand, determined fire fight
ing force and that the city rests se
cure in the protection afforded by
this company so far as human' agen
cy is possible.
>?i?hrdf .U3M||wai Sake Bia a
Atlanta, May 20.-Forest Adair .il
lustrious | potentate ot Yaarab'Temple
and the man who brought the nation
al Shrine convention to Atlanta, has
8dded further to his ladr?is. He has
.added forth for one time Only as
thc ^r?^yf^y igflon pi ' ure scenario,
and-ilas j?omHhat an illustrious po
tentate can bflome actor!
An enterprising local producer bed
the happy idea TBEt week that the gor
geous decorations and pageants and
crowded street scenes In Atlanta
would make ajjtvo'ty and magnificent
setting for a motion picture drama.
He put lt on and managed to get Mr.
Adair and other Atlant ians to take a
Dart;?3 members of the cast Con
seouontly. ?r.'TBkttr'a familiar face
is .being seen on the screen of a
Peachtree motion picture theatre,
along with the famous matinee Idols
of the movies.
And fir. Adair is a bigger hero than
jas^elSnem, aa the big voluntary
fnqfc og|2.140 raised to buy him a
^ngptejP^ -appreciation from the pub
-ne^i?siiueJt. ii is admirers nave not
yet let it *JO known what they are go
ing to boy for him, but lt will be some
thing that can be handed down in
the Adair family as the heirloom '.fdgj
Trcnton^K. J" May J*--In Ui ne
preme tafSft today Justice Sways*
?made'a||r order requiring the United
Fruit Company, a New Jersey corpo
ration with offices In Boston, to.
show cause in jersey city on May
29, -why s wrikof mandamus should
not *e iacuedvlStectlag the company
W?WBtK ?thi?>s*his state its Dc?ks
?Waffitfj?ti tnstr a stockhol
GOT SAVANNAH'S GOAT
Allanta ?krlaers Make Merry ea Their
Atlanta, May 30.-A festive goat
Savannah's-which waa kicking his
heels about Bull street in the Ocean
City last week and browsing on the
tender graes at the foot of tho Ogle
thorpe monument, is today eating nay
and old. shoes . in the North Avenue
tire department In Atlanta.' having
been captur?e and brought back . a
prisoner by tue Y aa rab Shrlners who
invaded Ty bee on the big excursion.
The goat has been christened "Ty
bee' in memory of the tri. ; the christ
enii.,7 ceremony was elaborate. Instead
of watering used, or wine as In thc
case of a-battleship, the Shrlners em
ployed a bottolo of light brown liquid
that fo?tuoti ao ?t ran over, his beard
and.into hin eyes, lt was quite a prop
itious christ? tiing, and the proud goat
getters are rejoicing in the way they
put lt over on . their brother nobles lu
?TOM IX GERMAN PARLIAMENT
Socialist Members ofter S"ub to th?1
. Berlin, May 20.-Confusion and up
roar today marked the closing sessi?n
of the. imperial parliament. The social
ist members instead of retiring from
the chamber before the usual cheers
for the emperor were called for, kept
their seats, from which they refused
Speaker Joannes Gaempf Immediat
ly called attention to this breach ot
respect to the emperor upon which tbe
social (ste shouted "That is our affair,"
but. tried to; drowned tho cheers with
hoot*, and hisses.
WIN GOLF HONORS
Evans and WeberNear the Fss!s
In Championship Battle On
Links in E^frl???^
Sandwich, Eng., May 20.-Tho excel
lent playing of Charles W. Evans, Jr.,
of Chicago and Harold Weber, of Tole
do, carried them through to victory tn
their respective contests today in the
British amateur golf championship
tournament and they now are the sole
remaining repr?sentatives ot the
Ugli^ Stetea^or^thfe next rr ant.
' Franota Oirtinet, the Amen open
j|bamp1o?Hmdert?k Herresno'f, New
?ork/Stt? Ar tutti G. Lockwood, Mass
achusetts, lost their matches.
$fllte(he fourth round tomorrow Evans
wflnfflW%jjp. B. MacFarlane a Scottish
international, who won his way . to the
semi-final two. years mga, and was ruhr
r.er up in the French championship
tho -M??'y?w,-'. Mfaie^tlan^lTO^taii
best-, nieve;*-that Bv*n? y** ..ha?- h?'i
to ^meet. Weber i?. 'drawn wttn Cap
tain Cecil Hutchison; another Scot
tlfli 'tiiternvitional, whose record is
even' better thob. that of MacFarlxne.
Weber won two matches/today, de?
feating bbl first opponent by seven ur
and six "to play and his second oppon
ent'In the third round by two u?>.
Oulm?ts defeat by the youthfy! play'
cr Tubbs, of Little Stone, was unex
pected, for Tubbs is tittie known out
h.?i. ot Li?t'c C??'.?iti. TubvS was
"sci ?ch*4 **i?Ti, wnen be waa 1? years
old Ouim?t waa-off in his second and
third shots today. His chief weakness
lay In his failure to get distance in his
outreach i., whitdi li,* WHO often snort.
/Evans did poor work with bis wood
en clubs after the first nine holes, bul
he improved in putting, which had
been indifferent going out. Although
several times trapes. 1, he finished well,
winning the match by 3 up and 2 ic
Herreshoff al.vi (finished strong io
1 moth hia matchee. He won handily Io
the. morning contest by four up anil
three to play, but tn the afternoon
he could' not quilo i^ake up bia bad
start agaipst the Hon Michael Scott
the ex-champion of Australia tint!
France; losing on the 18th green
All the American players are plan
ning to enter the French champions!) ir.
and bil except Travers will compet?
In the Mrttlsh open championship .
"Chick" Brans mother was an inter
ested spectator today, 8be followed bet
eon about the course.
IN ATLANTA SOCIETY
Mrs? Stackpole Saes Husband for Di
vorce and Alimony.
Atlanta. May so.-A society melo
drama of real interest tn Atlanta
was unfolded tn the superior courl
this morning when Mrs. ?Alice Paul
ine Stackpole ! waa awarded $100, pei
month temporary ul ira on y from hel
husband. Cbailos E. Stackpole, promi
nent in social and club life in Atlan
ta. '? ?./'.
She declare* that Stackpole han* run
through $17.000 of her mother's for
tune, borrowed some $4,000 atora
from her which he spent in the same
way. and tk? cast her off like "aa
Mrs. Stackpole also asserts thal
before leaving her. her husband hat
treated nar with trr*at cruelty. Shi
does not stale specifically of what
the cruelty consists.
She asserts that Stackable cartu
-more than $15,000 a year and had asked
Ors couru for $350 a month perma
nent alimony. ' Her attorneys st?t<
?mt his client has not-yet decided ai
te whether ehe wilt sue tor divorce ot
Liv erpeel Shipowners Fatt.
iW 1 I w> airway *M>B>/ a?V? mm, . * Vtll
was appointed today to take charge d
the affaire of H?* f?rm of Crow, Rn
dolf * Company, merchants and shit
owners here. Tho liabilities are est!
?ated afc $1.000,000 of which $1(0.004
te attributed to Ute stoppage of ?
Pennsacola bank Involving tb? fall
ure of aa. American firm heavily in
dented to Crow. Rudolf &. Company.
The receiver waa appointed on pe
tition of a Maw York bank.
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o PROGRAM FQR?THE ?. C. V. REUNION o
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i hy\i%h?^ Tent. North Main St.
i Opening Session 10 a. ir.. ,
May 27tU, 1014. First Day. .
..] ' Commander ^cm}^WD??njm?of Anderson, Presiding.
^|o<^^^|g0^gB|g?^p|ai?i ! nontenant Colonel F. O. S. Curtis, D. D :
^I^^^J^^J^^^^^"1^1 R^?I)1Hall*WU*' mayor of-Anderao?;
Address of welcome ?fdr' son? of veterans-Oenr*Wr L. Bonham.
The-gJ?vel?\here tb' bo ?lven to Gen. B: H. Teague, commander of tho
Sjuth Carolina Division, U. C. V
Uesponse to-'artrtrese of welcome on behalf of tho veterans-Hop. W. A. .Clark
Annual Oration-Gen. A. J. We?t of Atlanta.
Presentation of Hon. CpT? D??Mo G?veYnor of fldfltlf t^UHpa.
Adjournment. ' r ... ".?>"' -.?rhrV.
?djou^ . ^ ^ ^ ;
Presentatl?h o' Sr^?or*.' Maid?, ?oil Matro*?"' cf Honer, a? 8 i?'r!rk p r*-.,
at Buena Vista Park, followed by Musical Concert and Refreshments honorary
tb the Veterans. Free ticket? to Beena Vista park furnished all veterans lo
official, novelones ' ' '
Second Bay, Hwy 28th, 1914.
1? a, m.;'-<t^Aii?lltr?iKtirn 'Ton? Mc-Ksrvi?s? to ihr Cos?edersi*: ?esi? as?
Tribute to tho Women of the*' Confederacy.
Address-Mrs. J. L. McWhortcr fer United Daughters of Confederacy.
Business Meeting. . . 1
Election of officers."""
Benediction by Asst;'Chaplain Major J. M. Hltt, I). D.
Pa rad? of'Veternas. BODS of Veterans. Official Ladies, etc. at 6 p.
AH veterans desiring automobile ride over city will assemble at cham
ber of commerce immediately after-parade.
Reception to official ladles and.Heir escorts at 8 p. m.. at Hotel Chi
quola and to which all veterana are especially invited, also Sons of Veterans
given Jointly by the R. E. bee, Dixie and Palmetto Chapters of Anderson,
United Daughters of the Confederacy*, ?tv,
Lecture on "Life in Dixie During the War." at auditorium tent by Hon.
W. L. Davidson of Georgia, all veterans especially Invited. ?
- 8:45 p. m.-Grand Ball.at Maple. Hall, to all veterans, Sons of Veterans
official ladles and guests. I
The Sons of Veterans will hold their convention at the same time that
the convention of the veterans ls held. They will buld their session In the
rooms of tho chamber of comeaerc*. - .
FAMOUS RIrt?MENf* (HOTEL CHANGES
ARE COMING HERE i SOON, UNDERWAY
... . I ; ; ?_
Member* of the Rotfedse Sqwad-!Directors Wrt Yesterday In An-j
ron To Meet Here With Gen: j noa! Session and Authorized
That Changes Bc Mane >n
C A. Reed Night
Gen. C. A Reed, who was a member
of the famous Rytibdge Riffemonudur
Ing the Wer between the States, has
written lc ali tue 'surviving 'members
ot this famous squadron,. inviting
thom- to come fo- Anderson oh Ma/ 26
and bo his- guests at his nome for
tte aft?rn&eu t?fl evening of that dayv
Gen. Fjeed plans'for a, magnificent imf .
fet supper for theJttfiewen and he will
?M to it tpat fhey are entertained ev
ery minute before the reunion con
venes on the morning of May 2^a^-c?.
.In discussing tho reunioj^of^SS**
famous foraVwijflinl. flffl/faWMpiai*
day thst he probably *ouldaAM?^ id
getting only 16.-or.--.ao of Hien-r.^ An
derson. Many-of. them were killed in
battle, numbers? ha*e since .died asid
several of those still livihg are"unable
to make,Ibo trio to Anderson.
Th? Jlp'tledgft Riflemen vara organ?
Ixed ai Chariaatnn .durihi
part of $h*>A*lwt when lt bairns s
squadron ft was uccessary to take In
otter grifes pf wtbe State and /dorins
tfiartis?^e^*3?*^ and fiSF^-Ci
Strlblfng' of Pendleton both became
members OT tne company,
If thaae men come to Anderson they
will receive a hearty -welcome because
there ia no doubt but that rsey were
among the bravest soldiers la ?lt th?%
(From Thursdays Dally.)
Tho directors.of the AudersOn Tu;
'??r?veroent Association, owning ' the
Chiquola hotel, met in the parlors of
tho hotel yesterday at noon, at which'
Hine the body authorised R. E. King,
lessee of the hotel, to proceed at once
with the changes and improvements
iq the hotel building, lilla will maka
a great difference Sn the appearance
of the ChiqeoU and it wm also add a
great deal to Main* street.
At yesterday's meeting of the direc
tors B. FVM?rtltfwa* Selected pres
ident and treasurer of the company
and Fj. sRi King was' re-elected sec
retary. All the old pfficers^of tho coo
fcern were OseoKweloclod.
Mr. King s?fd laSt night that as
Isoon aa he could confer with the ar
'coltect bo, Wottid.proceed at once with
the improvements and thst the work
would bc? underway within tho next
few ?resta.* it ls planned to havo the
Jc^'?fJe. thiel niove? ?rom Whit ncr
street to Main afreet, th* pool room in ,
the rear of thu hotel being done away
and mftamtmiof tho building utiliz
ed for lobby ?pace. _?.;.>
>>M?i ail tos improvements are ?oa?>
plated the Cnkiuola hotel will bs one
of tb* handsomest and Most up-torin te
establishments of tts kind In tho State
and it will, bit a credit, both to its
owners and to tbe city of Aamtosop.
_,. Ari Ul-H. i** Wmmt- Ulf? tMXmf f
mou SUM* tiwMimw! Our grMiw- tr? *'
Iriliilni tk?7 neaM hir*.'
g^lTJE SOUTH'S BEST"
THE FARMERS & MERCHANTS BANK
FARMERS LOAN & HtUSt COMPANY
ivould like to cash from fifteen hundred to two
thousand gilt-edge notes running from $25 to
jsiOO. i hey want them to be "gilt edge'V-&tfjf&
will want them paid sn the month of Oct?ber and
the first half of November. Come to see us.
We also expect to take care of the business ?rc
juiresients of our regular.iuis?omers..
coming fat almori every day Ute
latest shipment being a car of
Come in and let us show them.
They are 1914 Models.
have a nice line of Pony
ive Dollars Reward !
For the largest Water Melon grown tromour seed. We have TOM WAT
SON, MLE KLEY SWEET awl MONTE CB1ST0. We als* have for tetrode*.
nea? sereraS auWref packages e! Utree eaUrely new water melons walch wl?
ka given free te aaj of oar farmer friend* vko trill eaH nf eur nieta.
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