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title: 'The Anderson intelligencer. (Anderson, S.C.) 1914-1917, November 10, 1914, Page PAGE SEVEN, Image 7',
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Beginning today we'll give you one chance
for every $1.00 cash purchase and one
chance for every $1*00 paioV on account,
at the prettiest, cutest big
ve -seen in many a day
Stop by our place, look in show window?
we are sure you'll want it bad. Given away
Monday, December ?tn.
Don't forget we sell the very b??t COAT
S?1T for $20.00 in the city.
Also Pattern Hats at Half Price
Other Good Specials throughout 1
. tl?? Store IJ
' MOORE-|fflLS0M GO. j
. O; o ? o o o o ? ??.a'p.?.-is?? ?1 rti?chooi i^i?^-^it?i ^ii^^sT eiTsthsr
; ... - . A 'r ';-' - lyo?So'?&sy ureu?B'.l? OJO. elaborate
o " v ', ,v , o dinner,. -
to ?.'-'STARR ' O ?-..Mies Desal? Bry?? or Anderson ia
?'oV- v.V..- -V. .^;'a???^t^^*-?s^S^-^tt? her rela
.o;0 O.A o o ? O o O ooo O G p o :.r M?? ?ary -Bo'wja'--?^t-:|ao-''-w?ek-'
"y r.i-;-.:'rt';o^"i .. '.V';.:V*" end In Anderson with, her friend, Mi?o
r * STARB? Srr?i NOTi i$^ttfe''-'#ta-; takTA .WAtt. ??|?BT^ ?oes on
ari'smUl^tW^^ JJamieV 'Jl^?fW?Wwj*:-;^^::.^.!^.^ Branch
?-hijfy?h' hail ?t> .' nmi?nallv' inlfii-aailiiE Where she will be a nip.mhnr Wt the
-arfted instho' WOrfecMMedy fe-r'byj the : M&jand Ifcre,. M. B. C?mak are movV
nM?'?iif? thS^IS>Weeh into; ? cbttAs? hear ta*
.?cior;tb^ ?t?Mi; Vhsre ths> wiii go to hotwe
.covered by ' msahd l^ lHat^hkll: Jenes Of Iva
vm Dean^^; J;-TO Pj^?^&?^?S!ss. *aj#3?!?t ihe ho?ie Of Mr. ind Mri.
;MilsvJPe%^^ ,C; SpJontt ^fan> ^t ^r^noaday. 'A
v??adcl0' 0Jf ciSf '^ur ?f S?r^nh??
.??2^^^ ? . t"Amo~t? Town for 'Em. ;,
and. the yarda present -quito a neat to direct bim to a good restaurant.
.iij>^ ^c^comblied. with the Jawyer
. Mieo Maggie ?wllngtoa; the . rural h go<tf Appetite for breakfast"
'^^^^?M^tf^*^^^- " elt down to home-made: s??;
Sfwaax? gblGoa coffee."
ry today : aa iadelegate from mb. Bap- 'WmTf" ->? -
' ir-r?^ot^? ^ 9Ul?'W* : '/And^ideh brown ?lapjacka:?
bea^wtTea^^ ' rise ?fr refreshed and glad
^?co^uon ?.&;^c;-ii.?j-^^ to.
END CAME AT 8.15 AT ASHE
VILLE, N. G.
LOSS TO STATE
One ol Anderson's Mast Promi
nent Business Men Succmrba
K. P.. Sullivan is dead. When that
message reached Anderson last night
the business men ot the city, although
they had prepared themselves for the
Shock, could hardly realize lt 'and
friends ot bis in. ail parts of the coun
ty and State were deeply grieved.
Several days ago Mr. Sullivan's con
dition suddenly became - very . grave]
and members of his. family were sum
moned from Anderson,. but ' shortly
after that the patient rallied and it
was believed that he would be able to
hold his own for several weeks, or
oV?n .months, to como but yesterday
physicians telegraphed from. Ashe
ville, N. C., that the end could not be
far off and his immediate relatives
left at once and werp at hts bedside
when tho end came last night at 8:15
o'clock. -' ,
\ Born and reared In Anderson coun
ty. Mr.. Sullivan has always been ono]
of the prime movers in tho. better
commercial enterprises bf tho .city,
iie was a member of Sullivan broth
when that firm embarked in busi
ness *ere and with. J. M. und H. K.
Sullivan 1r:> conducted this enterprise
for n nu. ' ^?kW??. In 1900 the
Sullivan company. of Ab
derron waa T..rt* red and N. .B. Sd1
iirVn >W chosen president, which po
sition he has held 'since that time, j
building up his store into tho largest
hardware store in the S tafe. Later j
the Sullivan-Warkley Hardware, com
pany of Greenville was'-formed and
Mr. Sullivan became president of this
company. Me was also vice prosideh't
bf tho Farmers and Merchants bank
of -Anderson abd ' a director of tho
following cotton mills: The Orr Cot
ton mill, the Anderson cotton nilli,
the Gluck cotton mill and th? Jackson I
mills of Iva. Nimrod Bel lotte Sulli
van was born November 16, 1863 and
was therefore Rt years of age. He
was married to Miss Lila Simpson, an
Anderarti county woman, and;his wife,
together with two boys. Sam Orr and |
N. .Jr.,. survive him.
Mr. Sullivan was easily oho of tho
most prominent and moBt progressive
business men ot South Carolina. Ho
W?PL 'A eli known, was highly, respect
ed and was a prime mover ihr ntl the
efforts looking to the up-buildlng--bf
Anderson and South ..Carolina: Fofc this7
i?sf?M'yeara tis h?altb Was'buch that
he cobfd take bo active part iii; Um
conduct of hie business under takings
and About ?v? y??i;5 agc. h?. ?rsut; to
Asheville lix tjbc hor>;that he might
Improve. Since that, time ho has made
bis. home, in Achevlllo tot a part pf
each year and hundreds of friends
here bad beer- hiping . against hope
that ;h'e might hhatly he. restored to
Sullivan waa a member of tba
Ffrst.Baptist church of Anderson and
bsd alway? taken, a. deep interest lh
I church affaira. He had hann..? friend
tb tho. poor bf the city and they, will
?Ml respect hts memory. He held mem
bership, in the local lodgebf . the
[hight ??t pythias.
.-in -addithia to his wife abd boys, j
*r. Sullivan ie .survived by two
???t2i?r?, ' **: ? ??lH"i>jati *n'r1 W W.
.Sullivan; 7." - ' '.'? ?. f . ? -
, it w^s said last night that the body
wjll leave Asheville this 'mornlng.?nd
will reach Anderson.:either, this t?er
h?o4' br tonight The remains will be
carried to tho home of O, fl, Sullivan
and'the fuberal will take placo from
turre ?ye?hesday. .
1 ?y'^'Y- - 5--,= , ;
Alison At^W?xed br Vote in
iVoperfy for Improperado.
-People living: to: Anderson: have
learned with decided .Measure ;,that
ibo: city ot Anderson ha? ?beaji^ given
.^.rjttght (1?vlay,s?.:thfi--??o?btyI-fa con
cerned, to 'assess abutting s property
lor the pdrpbss ot - )s$r?n>?aht im
: bijbvemeaia,---. In tho recent -genera!
toiente voted ou abd it ros?lted in
?Wf'ot tfie:?^?w?bd Jiteeiidment, ac^
Idling .tb til? ilgttres Juitt: S?tade1 pote I
, 'ir7 fae'aV Anderdon ednaiy la con-!
?to^'.ito election, ot am^0ding ,ths?
bonsUtdtl^n ;jso aa to ;&lol??he etty
of- Andor'nOn tb asaofea abutunef prop-'
?rty- flw"n'6isV'frr.,X;ah?r'?"..oi- tho post]
.WMreet, ihitorovemente has: roBKlted;
favorably for the,cha??i?T?^re wprej
!J?a ia^HoW ?
tw?-th Ird yoU favorable to the change j
ia: besesaary. ulThe:twortbirds vot?;
headed wd&-494. awl tho yofn exceeded ;
Wz number, going to. 4S<;!
/'.'-ltth;s^mo,- jet.1 itb?;.?>recinctli; ho y?wf|
?mH- &wt ;*tf.WHft'*#y^
.ed amendments to the, Statecr.ustUu
?ont--?&rfc*o?lt*f ?f.fa^the insAa^?fs;
'*^fv SS?SS if-:*!**? . *,***!??!^tS . T?iltfut ia
come t?fh? ?tty "ta -get thcih election
twites. . Thawte - ?tat ;''bfe.:'t>l|^?t
fr* 'State.'bracete; exceeded .?ft'.l vote]
In-order to show that our sympathy for the^f armers of this community is REAL-the
kind that you can CASH ?N-we are willingj to sell the Very Best Makes of Pianos and
Organs at prices as lbw qr lower than you can get them for elsewhere, and take Middling
cotton at TEN CENTS per pound in payment for same.
We BVY our pianos OUTRIGHT-paying SPOT CASH for them-and we buy
them CB?f\l*-therefore we "are in a position to SELL them CHEAPER than the other
fellow, who carries them on "Consignment*' or buys them "On Time.*'
This is simple-nothing hard to understand about this ; we all know that SPOT CASIH
always BUYS anything CHEAPER than "ON TITvlE^-Hence our ability to UNDER
Every piano which we sell is fully GUARA^EED for TEN YEARS by theManufac
turers ?nd by us.
We will sell YOU a Piano or Organ for Cash or Terms to Suit You.
COME TO SEE.TJS
A,. :H -xt?.is .ir. ?^J.
b o b ooo be bob ob o ? o^? ?]
S ?'? ' I? A li M ' '7 IN GXK rr, v .0
o y. : ;
000 o 0000 000000000 ooo
Clerk of Borne* Council ls pl armin fi
to organize ? "Don't Worry Ciub'^for
the planters^vho MB^guano this year.
Did you over think, seriously of thc
cauto, and tho foily' of worry? How
ever, you are here, and you cannot
boBfttuy ?A* ew?j; ?or^?iss?, ihei^jiwre
why net bo as .comfortable aa possi
ble? . -
I db not pretend tb say that ?/ you
have no cause for worry, but yb?'Hn
overbornetb? habit by Joining <ih?
Sggtt Wbity.'C9uV::T?n-^V:n'4l make
much prrtfcrran in a week, but in' a
month."you 'wilt'.have h:better temper,
and <teHtt^?W^tba>6|ii^ will decide
a re^f^is? B-iepV /...
A marriage of. much interest was
RosO Tricker, at tho homo of Mr. W.
A. Pettjgrews,on tho P?f toot,
.)B7/:W.':-.Qtbha.''-bIfl<datini>i They enter,
the voyage of |iw wlth.be rt wlBk?a bf j
.**araV fe. O.'i%pbor. of canon, aa.; ?
spend/log a *ebh with her parentD noar
^j?^^^??ne ?bd.i?tt?e daum
ier; lisabeth. .*?a hore on the Mfr
^wStc sitting around the fireside
lre^tJ^:wb^iread ono ot ?ncie Dave'?
funnygraph? which - said:; Eve would
iii 1 iiiinrirrf-tiiltViafi^fiVa'iriT.iuTiili?rifrf'rii?ii; nwoa?.
:.?twins'fr - t?i;niifi^>^ii''i'-'iii?^
^JDpJ^^joe^dt?d to your own ;i
Interest. Abreise, sound wis- ?
dorn and t?^ltonba >y baying
1 port cWkation that, will nut
you on the >lghi track/bf sigbl.
T^O^eari . ?pu?t oana :. ,t?t.?
truthful tatbrmation . add right X
.^Prfdea *3.0'i> and np, -
..' /\;,We tfupu?wtb broken, claaafei v
by/imafl-^ssad thfmvto a?.? -.'v.?^.:-i
.JO th tfal?^ Anderson, S. C
pey?r b^v? become ??t?ng?ed wlth.th? I
largest ?? ehe bad sat another wornaa 1
te gossip with. And Lula said, Well, If
eh o had been afraid of Snakes as I fun
she would not *'.c tangled ivith him
Would you bav? your nam? Smell
Sweet.? with myrrh ot remembrance.
j and charms melodiously In i tho ear
vf. future uayB. then . cultivate taita;
pot doubt and-give ?very man credit
.for the good be does, never seeking tb'
attribute b=,sc motives tb beautiful
acts. Wo are heroeB lr. process. .
- A rec en t 1 SB U D of th e. Intelligencer
Contained an article written by Elbert
Hubbard. Mr..-: Hubbard has gotten
hlmsolt Into'the limelight and we may
expect to bear of h 1m as a candidate
for president in 1&1G.
In bte magazine of August, 1911. Mr.
Hubbard Baye: The Bible teaches at
least fonr false and therefore immoral
things. These are: i. That mother
! hood ls a curse seht as a punishment,
-g. -That work ls a coree visited on men
as "? pontsiimehL; 3. That b?gg?rdom
?ttTjOT*ri?j to industry, economy and;
;lfrB^$U t.t47'.That celibacy I? a candi-;
tion espeblaily favorable to ''&&ffclbj
j and ctp?ituai growth.. Tho q?eaiit?a ? Isl
ijoi to much OB the Bible Inspires as,i
\ la lt true., ?ome tilings initaro true, ;
pOttt?^ftJ$nathave here named yon ;
tour that oro notHe who accepts any
book, literally aa bis guide Itt lost
Jp the, same yearrrthe Very Hight
Reverend TJeah Hicks, Spokane, Wash.,
sa^t?iiTJ? ibotorlouS Elbert Hubbard
has"beeb lb our . midst for ibo past
W??fc.iwic* a day be spoke at the Or
nheum Theatro to big crowds Of peo
!TO?9Wi?. should have known better
than tb Waste tittie and monoy on sucii
. A,?, for ourselves we went to see hdjw
J^^twa?v The man b fis ? soft voice
antf ?nW, tricks, bf the Blag?;, and it
ls tbe^dramaUc and . byiiocrlticrl
1 touches that catch the crowd, not what
?he BAYS. His remarks abb?t our great
[institutions and his : flings , at the
'tearde4 .profcRSibn are atrocious and
dSMii.jin every particular^ .
COLUMBIA, S. C., Nov. 9.~?n spite
e?;?hu0uui business condlt??pli^?te;
su^?V?afupy. Tb>..magnitude of tho
l|HBt may bo HOOD from tho size
of.'tue ordpr. for seals and advertising
material, which, th? American Rod
Cross Association lias recently snipped
tb tho commission's h?adquart(!r<? ot
Columbia., Tho ord?vr conolsta ot 2S0>
000" seals, 20,00tfc onv,elopes. 6.00Q en*
yelop?.?lipa abd 2,000 cards. Tho . ac
tive seiijiig season for the neala, ls
from )Tbi4ks?iyJng to Christmas,.Dur
ing November-taja great mas? of ma
terialbe distributed to tho many
^public : : Spirited men,- and. ; women,
ihroughout the state, who have, con:
achted to actiw agon ta. Aa evdoaco of
? tho hearty spirit r? cd-oX>rat?pamci
i with on all sides may be cited the fact
Begmriing today cur price?
lUlt^l ???l^glllg Ultu UCU Vj)ll.VQ':;!.-r Jj> ,
v. ? ;<'&W- >;<V>-':< W;^' j rr-i V-l'^? l'i??'? : . . ' ?
: '., .?., :| ,'; : ?.'J.-U ?;..':: ; .? )
Good Equipment. Good Work,
s V/? have for sale SOO bushels H?ncroft ProK?c
?, -Wt?en1 ginned'?n'?^^
premium extra, letif?ti 'sUi>i?%0ik?i: ^0^?^^0
Dalrymple ai?d Texas Storni;'.#in??l? ?? a^-Vj^?i?t?i?y
. We feu y fbi- i??sh or exchange meal and hui?s for
that tho Southern Express- C0??W?r
hos generously agreed to hAori?o the
commission's 'Shipments . . frr?e ct
ehr; r go,
A Rod Cross <^ris?n'ae, sX^t' bo?ttt
waa cdndBcted; i^ilii^?^^Ur'-^??l?
before last- in Comrabt?;- Ptar?r- ?ra on.
W to meinta& fifi?iiar.ppp&?'.at'; thc
cod?t?' ?alrv notably !n S?art?nburg
and-- Orangeburg. ;?: '.. ? ..; _y. ; ,'.:
',-.-, The. wbo?o movement t?kca on nev
lutarcat. ?M?o the ' ?e?? that a special
Aotl-TuborcuZoaia Conf?rence ! for the i
South is to bo hf,ld in Atlshta, Ihe last
week In November,.; Promlft^t South
j.OaMllAibtna in yarioua sccti^y 6t.tJio
?tal? ?re being invitad to ait?ae. Reed;
?^t&jiieeui^ of the Rod'
g?^rjarletm?B, Seal C?mmiislon?'haa
keen appointed ono of tho vltaspreaj
dent? of tdis conforea?e. >