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title: 'The Anderson daily intelligencer. (Anderson, S.C.) 1914-1915, May 17, 1914, Page PAGE EIGHT, Image 8',
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j SPECIAL PROGRAM FOR REUM?f M WEEiX
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I Manager of PALMETTO THEATRE now in Atlanta arranging for Speciaf^catures.
j ^SzS Vlsi* tlie PALMETTO FOP thc Best in Movies
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AND MRS. PUBLIC
|x Realizing that any announcement on our part is of interest
i io, all those who walk on their feet, we attempt to publish this
?tl thc form ot a coniidential letter to let you know that we now
offer you iMi opportunity to get on your feet at the smallest pos
sible cost with little regard to that other great circulating medium
-the coin of thc realm.
Our stu ; is in the hands of carpenters and will be for the
g next te;i days. Wc know we should have offered these reduc
? Hons'helow before they started but they slipped up oh us, so
Wc remind you of the fad that our shoes have thc largest
circulation in ANDBKSON COUNTY and are noticeable where
ic of good standing are seen, so take^ Advantage of thc
i'iicti?bs offered. And come early---hurry.
I bhlpWt'Et fl?*? Ceteelal
?'MIMP*,.-White? 2*opHaf Mat
Kl?,.Pa1e?jt, covered Loria
XIV Heels. ."
7? Pairs Hamule JMMW?i?
HO aie worth $4, no?? 44
and dawn ward!?, Special
^N?IR MASONIC TEMPLE
|Vhere they are putting tn the New Front.
.r^iw/fv^^ ui .
th; Anderson has offered an
t? seeker, and the people have..
ely made the b&A ?f this O?
Textile Night Sch
Went Up To Clemson-Saw Bell I
?nd Ked Supper With the 900 C J
There WM e novel excursion out o?
Anderson yesterday. The textile night
school under the auspices of the Y. M.
pi A. took a trip to Clemson college
to ob- irve the workings of the textile
achoo, at that place. The trip was
greatly enjoyed and no doubt will re
sult in good Of a permanent nature.
Secretary Fred M. Burnett of tri Y.
M. C. A. was In charge of the arrange
ments and hr wished to have the men
who are studying to improve them
selves observe ' tho' workings of ?he (
textile school. There were 125 In the ?
party and the trip was made In auto-j
Every member of the party seemed I
to OD joy tho outing although the roads
were very dusty,'and there bad not
been enough rain this BP-lng to
r.mooth out some of the ?Vinter ruts.
Everything was taken In a fine spirit,
oyen when' the Br Issey Lumber Com
pany's "biggest truck in the State,"
loaded with 41 passengers, broke
through the bridge over Six ana
Twenty and there was quite a good
natured scramble tor terra firma. The
truck waa driven by that expert chauf
fer, Darby, who handled ibo situation
?,*..,,_ --. ...
MU<I gui tito |iai \y umvn,
tho city tust night by. ? o'clock.
Tho party, most of them, got to I
Clemson in timo to witness the buso-1
hall game, which was a listless exhi
bition, as Auburn got a four-run lead
jfhy- the e*cond_ lnninc. and Clemson
overcome it.' Webb
Anderson played well, as usual
waa responsible for the two runs
i Clemson got, the final score be
6 to 2. Clemson had three chancea j
to break up the gamo with men on
bases, but Clark, the seasoned pitcher
from Auburn pulled out of the holes.]
He will go with tho New Orleans pro
The Andorson visitors wore shown
over the collegs and inspected thc
textile plant, under the direction of
Prof. Doggett head of the department.
Afterwards they were permitted to
enjoy tho formation of the cadet.read-'
mont for retreat and the lowering of
the flag at sunset. ' :..
Escorted by President Riggs. Prof.
Doggett, Prof. Harper and Prof. Dan
iels, the visitors enjoyed a hearty suprj
per with the boys. It was a great pic
ture. OOO cadets and their 115 guests]
all eating in one immense room- So |
pw??c?jr ?*o vuartermas?er SchR'et
ter organised everything that the serv
ing of the supper was handled as easi
ly as for a party of half a dozen, lt
was good ^hom&e'ue faro and a plenty
of it, although it waa ?ust thc w<U?ary
*a?s of ??i? ioUSKS.
Tho trip 'inad? & profound impres
sion upon same of thc younger men
of tho party and they stated that lt
ls their lntenton to try to got a chane?
to attend Iho tolloge next year. Pres
ident Riggs nude a very happy talk
iu extending a welcome td the visitors,
and declared thav the college will bo
glad to have visitors from the mills
of Anderson at any time and that he
would be delighted Tor some of thc
mea who are now getting a taste of
learning in tho night schools ot be
come members Qt the student body at
Before Jeavtng. the party called up
on B. Frank Mauldln to make a few
remarks on behalf of Anderao#qWs$a
he did In a most effective manner.
He said that in the party ot visitors
were about a ?score of young men
whom he teaches at Sunday school
and he wishes to vouch for them'as
being splendid young fellowa, He is
chairman of tho educatii.as.1 commit
too of the Y. M. C. -A. and ls proud of
the work that Seceretary Burnett ls
doing and wishes to see it continued
ic A Double Boll.
(lg yera s to the roll)
Unheard of before. Cesse while
Andmon Paint &
v Colo*1 Co?
?Ue*&e* Bid?. Pfcotw W
_____ k '
j arne-Inspected Textile School
?dots-W?l Do Much Good
and developed. He ls proud of tho J
lasting good that lt ia doing.
The following members of the V. M
C. A. had cara and carried visitors: J.
M. Evans, CE. Tribble, B. B. GoBsett.J
W. L Briaacy, B. F. Mauldin, J. E.
Stevenson, Archie Todd. W. W. Sulli
van. C. W. causey. Supt. Clark. J. p. I
Hammett. M. M. Matthum, R. J Ram er, |
and there were several other cara in
which frienda from thc city, accom
panied tho party. Tho Brjssy . truck
bad 41 pasccngera and the Townsend
Lamber Company ycaterday very gen
erously turned over their big truck
and helped to make the occassion a
Prof xloggett has been giving as
a\*tew:c to the night school classes
In Anderson. Me now haa three as
sistants af the college and his
classes at the/ college are growing In
numbers and in enthusiasm. Every
detail of the cotton m?ll business is
taught in a scientific manner. Anoth
er teacher will be added next year.
ARer thc t?stlmonv for thc Stabr
-- MV'MifsWi ?pesca *. i <-?a iUj; wviiqwn v
of the Solicitor, Judge Prince direct
ed the jury to write a verdict of Not
Quilty in the case of The ? tat j again
Parker Bowie, the li-yenr old son J
of Mr. L. E. Bowie, which waa tneu
on last W?duesduy. The. Coroner's
Jury exonera?od tb, .j young boy but his
father, desiring to have the matter
finally settled by a petit jury, bad thc
case brought before the court of gen
eral Sessions with the above stated
result. It wilt be remembered that
tho accident occurred while Mr. Bow
ie waa detained in Anderson aa a juror)
-nat fall--?h> leatlmony shewing thai:]
jr had gone to a nelghbor'ej
JjMjd borrowed a L?n to pro
hlmsolf .and auditor . during tim
father's absence. Oa li!;,
Parker stopped at the house where
the deceas'id, Adger Bennie, .colored,
lived; and when he wa* iu tho act of
laying the gurf on tho tloov. it was
accidentally discharged, the load tak
ing effect in the nogros I'KS, ju.-r
above Ure ?,nklei>. causing blood-poia
iniog which Inter resulted in dontW-'*
Has Befo Suggested That Every
Company and fUgijrae^t
Gen. C. A. Reed has received a let
ter from T. A. Stevenson of Iva, a
Confederate veteran, in which Mr.
Stevenson propose? that ?very veteran
coming to Anderson for the reunion
wear a bailge around his hat band
bearing tho mn..! ;;is regiment.
Tho writer of the letter suggests to
Gen. Roed that a majority or the v ??
ernrts attending the reunion go there
. the purpose of meeting old com
and he points cut that many of
havo not met for years and yeera
and fail to recognise each other when
they meet on the streets, in tts eyent
that th? badge Idea was adopted a
conversation would ensue when two
of them met on the streets and they
would soon find that-they had been
close friends In the years gone, by
porsibly, or they would at .least re
member mutual acqsralrianuee,
Gan. Reed said tasi. night that h?
he trust? lin.t every veteran wfit
wa? beartily in favor of the plan and
adont lt. A ?Wc of *il?t with th?
regiment written on it or even a piece
of parer will tmmco and it would be
little trouble to the veterans, at the
came tim? proving'to be a great help
to many of timm in locating friends.
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a INWSVIMfS SOT?8 e
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era has returnee
bi*, Johnston, a
iv. W. B.
the BaptlBt con
~'c?s?ru. V.r. '
tending th? N
On Clothes :
"You must dress, therefore atteh&,to it; not to ri
val or excel a fop in it, but in order to avoid singu
Brought up4o-date, this is jusf ?>ther way of
Schloss Bros. & Co. Clothes
^y^^^??^^-t ^as thertouch of master designers g g
-.tv' ? xhi^s the workmanship of the master tail- Il
or. Theftjtoo, it is satisfying to b? sure that the ^r^lj
fit is pp,< ' :i that one need not await the com
ments ?f^bis associates to be sure he! ha?; a- gfir- Ii
ment worfhy of the price paid. ll
You'll find our stock replete with every single , I
.tyle pf fabric and weave that good taste could de- - j
mand ?.nd intelligent knowing "what's what'1 \ )
Yes-and you will find just the individual st3'le
J you want and at the price you want to pay.
I PARkER & BOLT; j
II The One ft^ce/ Clothiers
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