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title: 'The Anderson daily intelligencer. (Anderson, S.C.) 1914-1915, May 01, 1915, Page PAGE FIVE, Image 5',
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Special Sale Saturday
W? wiH offer on sale at thc
above date 1,000 Shirt Waist Sen
Gold Fronts at the rediculoua
price of .[
?5c A Set
Three to a Set.
See Them in the Window.
They Speak for Themselves
Walter H. Reese &
LU"_L J. 1
We wash your clotbea by the
nae ot aoft water-pure soap
and exact scientific methods.
There is no guesswork about
our washing process, every
thing ia done by rule and meas
ure, and work that ia right in
color and purity cannot but he
Drop in sometime, look over
the modern machinery and ftro
oesses we use all through our
? PHONE 7. .
STICK AFOKK IM.iMtf lttOAST
you get at this market and aee the
juice follow. That's because the meat
Ja from yoting, tender cattle.
HAYE ONE NEXT SUNDAY
when all the family have time to en
joy it as they should. You'll find
yourself wondering what you will do
with Utax bottle of appetite tonic.
There certainly will be no need for it
if yob buy your meat here.
The Lily White Market
J. N. LINDSAY, Proprietor.
Bye and Bye
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Leads to the house of
Begin now. save s
part bf your earnings
* . . . ? i
Will aoon count up
when .leposlted te th?
Saving* Department of
Thc sUonjjest bank
in the cotinty.
The Rer. J. D. Chapman, D. D.,
financial secretary of Greenville Wo-!
mon's College, waa a visitor in Ute
city yesterday. Dr. Chapman waa at.
one time pastor of the' First Baptist
chrch here, and has a host of friends
here who ar? olweys pleased to see
W. -Carl Wharton, a well known'
business man of Waterloo, Laurena,
county, was a visitor in the city yes-'J
Wharton Puller of . Waterloo was
among the visitors In the city yester
Ed. C. Moore of Columbia was
amoug the business visitors in thu
W. B. Tucker of Royston, Ga., was
among Ute business visitors in the city
S/'D. Patrick of Lynchburg, Va.,
waa ta the city yesterday on busi
II. E. Fay, 10-day advance man of
the Redpath Chautauqua Bureau, wbo
will stage a chautauqua here this
month, is in the etty for, several days.
..Ralph and Gaillard Hunter of Pen
dleton were among , the visitors in
the city yesterday.
Epgene Evans and Jot Douthit of
Pendleton returned home yesterday
after a brief stay ii tho city.
A. W. Hawkins ot picken s v ZR r.
visitor in Gie city yesterday for c
The Rev. W" B. Hawkins of Starr
was in the city yesterday for a short
Mrs. Raymond Cochran opent yes
terday with friends il Greenville.
R. E. Thompson cf the country was'
a visitor la. the cHy..yesterday..
M?as Maggie Gaillard of Oeteech?t}
wai among the visitors In the city yes
terday. ? .
J. iL. Jackson, of Iva, formerly o
member of the Aaderfton cos ty dele
gation - to the' general assembly,' was
a visitor In the city yesterday. ;
W. W. and Mrs: Sullivan have re
turned from'New Orleans, where Mr.
Sullivan attended .a big.hard ware con
vention. En route, home they, stoppio*
by Auburn. Al?;, where they have n,
son, Ja, college. ,
CaiH.. and Mrs. H. H. Wat ki TS yes
terday Joined. "Foster and, Mrs. Mfc
Klbslck of Greenwood for^?fi auto tiip
to the mountains where th|y will fJsb
for a few days. ' . /
Mrs. Maggie Parke Hi1 VisUIng her,,
slater Mrs. J. A. Wakefield.
James and Mrs. Long or Piedmont
were visitors-in the city yesterday. .
James A.. Hoyt. Etpeaker of tiu?-'"
houce of representativas, .his mother.,
Mrs. Fi. C. Hojrt and, Mrs. Talley
Fripp, all of Columbia, were in tho
city yesterday to attend2 the funeral
of Mrs.?Hoyt's brother. Mr. R. C.
Misse*; Gertrude Murdock and Nebra
Ashley of the Mount Bethel section
were- shoppers in the city yesterday.
My. Emma McAdams ojjt.Duc West
ls vis!? I ag her daughter "irs. Law
rMrs. Alester G. Furmau, of Greco-1
?viTle, anti Mrs. Jones, of Greenwood,
were in the city yesterday to attend
the. Yunerol of Mt. H. C. Wehh.
Mrs. Hy Ii. Moseley and Mrs. A.
V. Barnes of Lowndesvllle were visi
tor:-. In "the city yesterday.
Samuel and,Mrs. Johnson of Sandy
Springs 'were the guests yesterday
of Mrs. ?J. IC. Un a/cule.
James H. and Mrs. Darby of Wal
halla'were among tho visitors in the
Rev. T;R. M. Marshall of Clemson
College waa a visitor In the city yes
Misses Toby Wooten and Alice
Maret of Fair Play were shoppars in
the elly yer.terday.
J*. Ci and Mrs. Garrison of Denver
wire visitors in the clt> yesterday.
O. W. Gregory, of Kew York City,
and State Manager W. G. King, both
of whom represent the IJggett and
Myers Tobacco company, are in the
city for a few days.
Miss Ijeda Poore bf Belton was
among the shoppers in the city yes
Mrs. W. N. Cox of Belton was a
vt?ltor in the city yesterday.
Walter Sullivan left yesterday for
Gadsden.-Ala., where he will take a
position In a real estate office.
Gen. M. L*. .Bonham went to
Lowndesvllle last night to make an
address at a school closing.
EQFIXOX MILL MEETING
Stockholders ?nd Directors Held Firs*
An anal Bessies.
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The first annual meefng of the
stockholders and directors *of the
Equinox Mills was held Thursday fol
lowing the meeting of the stockhold
ers und directors of the Gluck Mills.
Report? ' showed ' that 'the Equinox
Mllls"ha4 experienced a*splendid year.
TAe boa/d <of directors was re-elect
?eft' to sori/.r* another year. This board
is composed or Messrs. W. H. Welling
ton, H. S. Sears, 8. G. Wellington,ni.
L. Balley, J. B. Richmond and Jos.
M. Jackson of Boston and Mri George
11."Lanier of West Pont. Qa.
Tbe^oWlcers were reelected, as fol;
lows: W. H. ; Wellington, president':
H.S. Sears, vice president; Jos., M.
Jackson, treasurer; S. G. Wellington,
secretary, and Robert E. Llgon, gen
eral manager. * . - ; /
The out of town stockholders, most
ot whom were from Boston, left the
city in the afterndjvi of Thursday
for other mills in this section in which
they are interested.
You can get the news while Its new
lo Tba Hornlos: Dally IntelIbxeoeer.
f Natty Young IVian Weds Second Wealthy Widow
! Society In Newport, Washington,
New YOrk and some of the capitals
of Europe will bc intensely interested
in tbe pews of the sudden marriage
of Jean H. E. St. Cyr, a natty young
society "mo. of twenty-eight, and
Mrs. Annie Armstronj Smith, widow
ot "Silent" Smith, a New York
broker, who WAH believed to have left
sorodthing Uko $40,000,000 when he
died some.years ago.
Tills is thc second elderly and
wealthy widow the young man has
married. His first venture was with
?Mrs. May redfield, widow of a Hart
ford, Con., banker. . she died last
January of pneumonia In her apart
ments in the Waldorf-Austria. New
York. Mrs. Redfield was about sixty
years of agc and. her husband about
twenty-five when they weie ma'-ried.
She loft him $1.000.000. Later he went
to White Sulphur Springs. Va., and
there lie was SCOT- often driving and
riding with Mrs. Smith.
. Mrs. St. Cyr. who Is a sister or
Mrs. Anthony J. Drexel, il! the
wealthy Philadelphia and London
family, was Miss Anote M. Arm
strong, a beauly, of Baltimore so
ciety... . SJie married William Rhine
lander Stewart of Nev/ York, ono of
the heirs <tf 'tho rich Rhinelander
estate, in *.l 879, some thirty-six : ara
ago, p.nd thereby fixed her position 1]
New York society,. -, .
Her daughter. Anita Stewart, in
i?0jj.*inarr?*d Wince Miguel of . Dra
gante/sen of -fife-'pretender to the
throne of Portugal, and the father
in-law gave her tho tlt'.e of Duchess
of \Mzue. When the revolution came
and young King Manuel was drlvm
from the throne Of Portugal, the pre
tender saw an-opportunity to step in.
MITS. Stewart, lt was declared, was
asked to finalice a coup. She re
fused, and/the Portuguese Republic
weat on its way with uo more trouble
with royalty. ?
Later come Mrs. Stewart's mar
riage with ."Silent" Smith. William
Henry Smith, who bad tiherltcd a
large forme from ., his undo In
England. He 'died while they were on
their honeymoon ia-.. Japan, and the
fortune wout to tile widow.
I "When my daughter had whooping
cough sh^T'coughed so bard at one
time that ehe kod hemorrhage of the
lungs. I woo terribly alarmed about
her cconditioi. Seeing Chamberlain's
Cough i>>medy so .highly recommend
ed I got her a bottle ani lt relieved
the cought at once. ' Before s>ie had
vnished two bottles of this remedy
.ho waft entirely well." writes Mrs."
R. P. (Irenes. CrooksvHle, Ohio. Ob
tainable everywhere.' *
For t oughs that "Hang On.*
Lingering, colds, bronchial coughs,
lu grippe colds and similar ailments
that "hong on" Until May arc likely to
last all summer lt not cured. Foley's
Hrooy and Tar Compound will allay
inflammation, clear stopped passages,
ro i eve distressing discharges at thc
source, banish stuffy, wheezy breath
ing aud heal and soothe raw' nasal and
bronchial passages. It is prompt in
action ; cn fe and sure. Contains no
opiates. Evans Pharmacy.
is revealed, in part at least, by one's judgment in matters of
dresi. . , ^
lt has been our life study lo procure ONLY the haberdash
ery that shows CHARACTER. Buying hero* is safe.
STRAW HATS $?.50 to $4.00
Panamas $5.00 to $6.(8)
John B. Stetson's $3.50 to $5.00
And, of courte Palm Beach Suit's $7.50 to $10.00
T. L. CELY COMPANY
Suits fl 15.00 to ?40.00.
After May 1st 1 will do spot cash business only. And I sell
the-best TIRE in the world for the money and that is the
GOODYEAR. Also the HOWE RED TUBE.
VULCANIZING A SP?CIALTY
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
Templeton's Vulcanizing Works
108 N. Mcpuffie St.
?gil The Hoodoo Coon Still Pursued by the Black Cai
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