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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 13 January 1914

PART ONE VOL. 1. NO. 1. Weekljr, K?t?WUhe4 1860;Doily, Jan. 18, 1914. ANDERSON, S. C. TUESDAY MORNING, JAN. 13, 1914. PRICE FIVE CENTS. $5.00 PEF ANNUM. SESSI EGIti?! PLA !N AND SENS?BLE?HARGE BY JUDGE JOHN S. WILSON; ONE GASE/TRIED Grand Jury ' l?as Number of jfruc - Foi* |i? Bills, ; lu Court of gen?ri ? /sessions for An derson county c livened yesterday Morning at tea o' ock willi his hon* or. Judge Johu !. WUaou, ol Man ning, presiding ;ud .Solicitor Vmc tor itonham and ijimogr?pher Clyde f Smith la their resAjUvo positions. The court room wi? crowded .when the court wa? owned and many people from ever>i sectlbn of the county wor-e in attfcidance, some as Jurors, some with legal business,. ;.\yl?f?e nian> were .t ire from curloi ity.-^done.* '' .?' ? Tho fiW.t case cal ?d for trial was thnUof Jarrett pod! in. a negro, who: sf?ini?K charged, wll i ?Hiing Zekei Bradley, another n gro. la$t sum- ' The killing .curred in, the ? Pleanant Grove sectl n of the county | ... and lo...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 13 January 1914

_, _. .. . iZ A ! -~-^- , ''l|" V".1.. T-". " Q A REASON Fm ~~A?L THINGS T Q V I ...And the reason why we can serve you better on anything i; ?the... JHHR IVlaotle, Tile, Gr?te and Fireplace )Ftii?nlsl~i? Ijj?HHi' ''^Kf^K^ Ino Linc is because wc are Excellent deal? \^m^^^\ ,. . . ers and make tills; line a study. \ ^^g$ H ULMER MANTLE & TII4ECQ. fl; ??SBU?I Bleckley Building Anderdon, S. G. .4SSBw TIE TEACHER'S CLUB Nf ? FI KINO V,. -\ . Prof. W. S. Morrim of Clemson R?aww ? Very Emer?sting Talk on History Th* Teachers Club of Anderson county held a splendid meting Ent day morning io the First nanM?i j^^rch. "Mr. L.' B. Hanna, the presi dent of the club, had planned a most interesting progrnm which was thor oughly enjoyed all who attended. The programo waa opened with .de votional exercises conducted by Dr. .fohn F. Vraeg, 'Mr j. B. Watkins , made the prayer. .Pi^f. Q. W. Chambers mad? a-abort tiSk on the Field Bajfexercises. He Urged all the teachers to encourage athletic la th...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 13 January 1914

HOME FURNISHINGS I easy to buy from us. Because, we have w%t you want when you want it-at prices that will please y?i If you are not at present a customer of OUT'S its your fai?t, as we guarantee satisfaction on all purchases and the bftt terms. A few of our Specials quoted below. ed Room Suits Sideboards Parlor Suits Dining Chairs Dining Tables Rockers China Closets Art Squares Stoves and. Davenports 1 Ranges Iron Beds Kitchen Cabinets Brass Beds * Kitchen Safes Library Tables! J. D. RAST, President I BEAL ESTATE. BEAL ESTATE. C A 1 T? ??arm Land on Trolley in Greenwood County, 120 acre3, public road on two sides, Southern Rail road and Trolley runs through property, 1 1-2 miles from Shoals Junction. Trolley station on line of place. One $t room and one 5 room house. Three horse farm in cul tivation. ??'..' ' ' tjt^)' ? ' ' . 100 acres, on trolley 5 miles from Greenwood. room dwelling, good barn, one tenant house, 3 horse farm in cultivation, land practically level. X) welling loca...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 13 January 1914

THE ANDER S ON INTE L Ll G EN 3EF Founded l*dO 12U North Main Street ANDEHSON, S. C. ..Entered Affording to Act of gres? a? Second Class Mail .Mutter the Postoftice ut Anderson, S. C. Kon a WILLIAM BANKS, - - tifltoi W. W. SMOAK, - Business Mu Age Published Every .Morning Ei|cep Monday Semi-Weekly Edition on Tuesdaj| Friday Mornings Daily Edition-$?.00 per an am' $2.6? for Six Months; $1.25 for ' arc. Months. Semi-weekly Edition - HM pe Annum; 7 Scenfit for Six .Month ; ?. rents for Four .Mant bs. IN ADVANCE kember of the Associated l'resjj Receiving Complete Dulyl Telegraph!. Service. "A. larger Clrculutlon Than AujjlOU. cr Newspaper ni This Cougresfom; District. GOOL? MORNING! Der luck I? mit UB. Anderson Is My Town. ?i RVKRYHODY HAPPY The Greatest County in thie in Anderson. Biliousness ls often ralstuk poetic temperament. When the land lies welt, thj agent can tell the truth. Funny how some old grouch, become almost human here lafcly. The railroad commission 1 last found what is...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 13 January 1914

about $3,000 worth of which are bought at a Big Re duction for our January special Don't fail to come and get yow share of these Bargains. Al! kinds of goods at less mone prices. RED IRON RACKET The Store That SayeA_You Money. -_;_" _ *? '?*? , 1 . . . - mw WILInElfX jfe SLOAN KHOWS ?THAT WE ARE Mast ^ TRUNKS ajad rtnW'Yu?L?c ledge Us a^^A??iideirs^^s Tfa^? II MILL STARTS Os ANNUAL WHEES MUHU. =f Legislature A Mach In Ev?ience lr* CcUnn bia Now Columbia, Jun. 12.--Sp?cial. -?^a - makers arc thronging Columbia: 1 >- ; night ready for tho annual e^isl o? tho legislature which convene*'-.! >-) ? morrow at noon. .Th? hotol". lobb ;s are alive with tho hum abd bustle ju l deat to the annual gall-,criag. ' > j Primary reform will oyerchadj ?H other measures, in the opinion^ >f many m ember ... Several propot d bills .dealing with regulation, of p 1 ekctlon's aro tucked nwjjy ;? grips of members 'and rill bc offei id . -? - >--JMBSMBBBB^BBHW-?^??BM ! riaara^Mviat-itfo "Minee...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 13 January 1914

in clothes that are made to your exeact measure ment. The cost is about t he same as is asked for ready- mades that are cut by machines and lackii in distinction of correct f it and individuality, don't PRE-SUPPOSE y our size^he^ryori?s?ip in to a suit thai is tailored tc your individual meas urements, it fits properly all over from coat colfc to trouser leg bottoms. Every portion of your figure bas been taken int o account. Look at the best dressed men in town an dyou'lt understand why they come here for clothes. Prices ?20 to $40.00, l If you haye be ?n loo kins: over our Furnishine; section lately, you must have; noticed its QU ! CK ENING how much neare r it approaches its ideal as the representative pf the nie? things of men's dress; such things that a ppeais to the careful dres ser. Gotham and Vindex Shirts, that are guaran teed as .to fit and collar, all sizes and sleeve lengths-$1.50 to ?2.50. Men's warm under wear-complete line rig htly priced- all weights. When you come io ...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 13 January 1914

Simple iii Construction Dependable in all *5 Emergencies Minimum Tire-Wear ...Sind.??? Up-Keep W. EARLE ST. # j ' ALL THE ll Stirling Qualities Found Only In H PRICED ?^L?S WINNER of 600 Mile EIN DURANCE The Fully T^ni$$e'd Supplies of Bvery Descrip - J- /f"^ ?m 1 f MT?. ?-? r i 1 -Bi ?-? ^-1 rk?vk jrvin. . llUIlc VJCWI ?4 ll UL U3 *I^I1A<J?I*~ strate to you FOkD SUPERIORITY. A TIME FOR ALL THIJ? GS, ? PLACE FOR ALL THINGS. OUR STORE IS THE PLACE TO BUY YOUR CLOTHING, SHOKS, HATS AND FURNISHINGS. THIS IS THE TIME OF YEAR IfiAT WE HAVE A LOT OF ODDS AND ENDS ITO CLOSE OUT AT W PRICE-BESIDES YOU CAN BUY THAT OVERCOAT NOW AT AUVfOST YOUR OWN PRICE. % MMM^||iiiiiiiM||| Men's and ??H^Bfe M#nVand " Si Hs ''i' Boyo' Over- J | Yqung Men's coats Must be f?gLW?LWSLM Citing dOlCI? <\^e have a great line to $15.00, now_$11.50 WM W 5h? f y?u through. You 12.50, now_ 10.00 PP Ml >iways find here the I0.00,now_ 7.50 I IHH| siii you want atti J price 7.50, now_ 5.50 HH yoi want. $5.00 Boys...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 13 January 1914

Guano-Distributor More of this style of Distributors ar espld than all others combined. We call attention to points ot* superiority found in the CpLE DIS TRIBUTOR. The Wheeland t?oppe^ i ly made and well braced. The wheel cross grained, cement nailed and heidi 1 Uni? ver teil lc Gutter 'S*'?: ?!9 ""i xs the many bolts. The feed knives have our peculiar pattern and arrangement for the best results. The cut-oft is of improved design and is controlled by a lev er in easy reach of the operator. This lever is in rear of hopper an$ pro tected by the handles. The gauge is rjositive accu rate and easy to set. The whole machine is a splendid example Sulliv are strong s made, of seasoned timber, two-ply, firmly by two flanges and three Oliver Chilled Plows .re the original* the genuine, and the best CHILLED PLOWS in the.world. They *fg made better, theyfwear langer, do better work ?nd more ot H-WITH LIGHTER DRAFT, thu any other plow? made. Uitt. of OLIVER CHILLED PLOWS do aol hastate to recom...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 13 January 1914

PART ONE VOL. 1. NO. 1. Weekljr, K?t?WUhe4 1860;Doily, Jan. 18, 1914. ANDERSON, S. C. TUESDAY MORNING, JAN. 13, 1914. PRICE FIVE CENTS. $5.00 PEF ANNUM. Gov. Bleas In Discusses Ed?? Primary Elec mk dations a " '" ' "-"---*-~? Gi ^iic uv-'iiT'ii * rn ITT; iii LI j .. You have met In annual a?saion, ?x obodtenco to tho Constitution, to take auch action,-BB tho law-making power of tao State, ns shall best preserve < ??>rlghta and subssrye the interests of nil tbc-people whbni'you represeut. In welcoming you to the gcssloii " jot ?514, it is with the earnest nope ihai your efforts in that direction may be wisely guided, and that you may work together 4c harmony in the perform ance of that high,and patriotic duty. The Constitution' provides that the Governor .snail, from time to lime, give to the General Assembly, infor mation of tho condition.of thu Sute, and recommend for its consideration such measuren as ho shall deem nee .diea>/" ll! W??BB?????BB?BKM transmit to .you my -an...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 13 January 1914

Tie which and he? for loom ?tes hiv? a larg* assortment from choose. Let ns show you you plan your fire-place and comfort Uhfier Mantle & TileCo. Ilkley Building AKDEESQN, S. C. Thepiggest Family |This Town ?3 the iiy of Readers of THIS PAPER . ??- j you want a Sewing | ;hl?e or Supplies. W o r k Guarani eed. ? Toare if?r Business and Satisfaction. J. M. Mullina* ife W^&enson St. When Iv ou need glasses you nam* _, .:i and at a li. araduat^^otremctriat with . twenty R^vtw^^^^fl^xoiirlence. BaamlnaUon .ntlrsqf |free. iiB?i??rm??? girara ReLoval Notice. I am law 'at ' One Hundred and ; Twelve Wist "Whitner stree.r/ between,! hotel anlFant's Bpph Store. Cali and see me dy time you need the service of an cAert Eye man. an expert, frame assiste> (hine you may ; , need for|ft-fo<- '.or vi-jicu and .nn ''In^y^p^srti,*1 ami 4,?e servie* you get Icfo rf* second to none any where jw&K? fftittttfy. VM niiiy co ta the othM towns and whack up with the otheij boys, that's all ri...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 13 January 1914

e Piedmont Insurance Agency* Is a consolidation of the firms of Tribble & Mattison and Farmer & Linley. MME <?We give prompt and careful attention to all kinds of insurance, including Fire, Tornado, Health and Accident, and Lia bility Insurance; as well as Fidelity, Offic ial, Judicial and Contract Bonds. We assure.you your patronage wMI be appre ciated and-will be given our very best service. M. M. MATTISON, President JOHN W. LINLEY, Vice President C. EUGENE TRIBBLE, Treas, and Mgr. JAMES L. FARMER, Assistant Manager Offices: Second Floor of Brown Bldg., N. Main. Sf. THE BELL TELEPHONERS NEW EXCHANGE BUILDING ing Erected on West Whitner Street at a Cost of About $25,000; Steel and Concrete; Excavations Started Last Monday. E BEGUN WORK ON TELEPHONE BLOC Dirt hat; boen broken and the work of building ?he new home for the local cxcliauge o' 'be R6|l T?l? phone company was .tarted Monday morning. The contractors aro i:vans| Brothers of Birmingham, Ala., and .Mr. c. w. Prick...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 13 January 1914

ANNUAL MESSAGE IO THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY (Continued I rum I'age 11 broken limbs. I desire now io call your attention to un editorial which appeared in UM- Columbia stat??, tho IUH4 sentence ot which, gentlemen, I am aatislied you alli say :s very con soling to t!ie parents of Hie fourteen young mon whom college ruciiltic* ami schodl trust?es have murdered." (Th?- a rt ich; from t lt newspaper says in part: "Thu growing bo) ought not to play foot ba I except with considered advice. . * * Mooibal I ls strong limul for strong youngsters The solution In s with the paren s lo see that their progeny do not try to ?liew a beef too .stltl with j.-" .tile.) i.ett \ -.Inn u Ke HU Mitt. The Governor calls attention to the fact that there is In the t'urolinu Na tiona) Hank in Col um bia ti note for $1,700 for thc .xpenscs of old sol diers to the Gettysburg reunion, ld asks the legislature io luke up this note. The history of tin- mutter he sets forth in full v. Ith tin- following preliminary rema...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 13 January 1914

I THE FRET WELL COMPANY | 1 \ ?fflj^jk HORSES AND MULES j^^^^k ^ ?? ^^^^^^^^^ ^ Biigg^^ ^ VVra^ g ? TERMS AND PRICETAL^YS^GHT*^ "_' ~~ 3. ? ? ifaK The rretwell Company * SEUS ? I y^?fcj^Jg Cor. E. Benson and McDu?fie Sts. Anderson, S. C. ijarirww! H liiii!iii?iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiilniiiniiiiiii!iiiiiiiiiiiiiim KICKING ? KICKING ! KICKING ! King's Cafe is not kicking for business VE HAVE GOT IT and the reason Is'we know how to please all fair minded people and those who want cnnicTUTiTP n/\rvr\ t*r\ ??ip uvmuiutnu vu vrv**^ *vr uni. So when yon are In Anderson city and want a nice, fat oyster fry, or a juicy steak, or trout, you can say KING'S CAFE and say it plain. ...Opposite Davis Bros., Stables... W. ANDREW KING, Proprietor WEARJA SMILE ! THE VALUE OF THE CROPS Bureau of Statistics of Weather Bureau, United States Depart ment of Agriculture -Buy>n-"J SSS L C. Snmth& 'Bw?. ... TYPEWRITER... ard you can wear a smile all tft e time as they enable you to turn out the neatest and bes...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 13 January 1914

BLEASE STATES F ON THE Stands By the Bridge That Carrie* He But Hie Enemies bauched the !" /ff . - As the paramount ISHIM- in tim com ing State campaign may be the pro poned changes in the primary system of elections, Governor DleaHe's posi tion, as stated in his message to the legislature, is or Interest. Follow ing are his observations: The Primary System. Many years ago some of the coun ties of South Csrolina adopted a system of primary elections, which system provided for the selection of candidates among the white people for the Democratic nominees, for the purpose of avoiding a division among the white people in order to keep the negro vote from becoming a factor in the politics of this State. Many years before that the eight-box law had been in use, and it had been suc cessful in depriving the negro of -participation even in the general elec tions, except to a limited number. To go through tho entire history of this matter might be very Interesting to those who know nothing o...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 13 January 1914

Progressive Bankers Invite Your Patronage The Cit?asem? ? Nat?oB^ Barn k J has made a remarkable increase in its business dur ing the past year. There is a reason for this, try us with a por tion of your business now-later you will give us all. ...We Pay Interest on Savings... J. II. Anderson, Pres? 3, ?. Shnmete, Casu. ?svwarns^^ The Fmrner^ sumdl Meirdh&iiufts Bsunik OOOWUIUVUIOOO The Faunnnieirs Losum smd Traait Goo Whose combined raseuarces are a little the rise of One Million Dollars are taking on more new accounts ev ery day than ever before. .*. .% ,*. .*. .%, ?THE^E MUST BE A REASON SIII?J] deposits and c?nn.di!. loans are sjebidally desired and are especially appreciated and receive especial attention. Interest paid on deposits. --~_--_ . ' The Fapmeps Bank tW, Iva, Now Ready fop The Farmers Bank of Iva is now ready to receive deposits and transact a general bank ing business. Taxes will be collected for Corner and Hall and Savannah Townships, and remitted io C?ui?iy Tr...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 13 January 1914

^?Ml wiwin nu nm mm ANNOUNCEMENT FOR fllf LOVERS OP MUSIC Genius and art combined have produced a high Standard of Lester you forget all about the instrument itself and think excellence in the Lester Piano. The purchase of a Lester only of the musted The old familiar strains so dear to the Piano means musical satisfaction for a life annul \?U)\- ''.i,,;,;,, hearts of American people? acquire a new time. From the beautiful finish of the and deeper beauty in the Lester interpreting surface, clear through to the most secret II I i| j||| M piano. It is quick in its sympathy .with hu interior parts there is .he high purpose to |r,|? .^^^^^^BK, man sentiment because it is made by lovers make the Lester Pianos superior to ail ?f music others.^ ^ gter efjects two s eac|? 0f BIH ]^?^K^^^^??t??^ ^ bester Piano adds the final touch of which makeseit Vn'otewo^^thySievement. IH^HR li refinement to the home' 11 is T>T<hsH an It bri gs the musician in closer touch with 111 -M. 1 ele?ant item...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 13 January 1914

SECTION THREE T* PAGES 17 TO 24 * .V?-fkl>. 1M;I'I!WHI1 1*60; Uaily, Jan. 1?, 1911. ANDERSON, S. C. TUESDAY MORNING. JAN. 13, 1914. PRICE FIVE CENTS. $5.00 PER ANNUM. THE nra A Ford Touring Ca Pianos. Ri ( Race Open and :F] Throughou Ande a Today Thc Anderson Daily Iatelli-J gencer ancniacccs the Inceptiou o? tho | greatest popularity voting contest e er attempted hy a publication in a| iowa of the size ot Anderson. Plants that have been based on the expenditure of hundreds of dollars and that have called into consultation the best circulation advice in thiB country have been finally matured and the details of the mott - ;,?nlficent offer that has ever been made to the popular and energetic people of this section are ready for their confedera tion and verdict Th*? Anderson Daily 'intelligencer's determination to launch an enterprise that it could justly feel proud of and only prizes of real worth were pur chased. Five prizes are offered by The In telligencer to those ladies recei...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 13 January 1914

Ii ^^^^^ WHEN S I N BOTT LES iSaTeSri Undecided III agu SOLD ~ WE ee,nS ^ay: ililli III flt EVERYWHERE g* THE COCACOLA ?TOTOL??G COMPANY WEST EARLE STREET ANDERSON, S. C. COUNTRY LADY . u WOMEN 1>0 BK SITH POOLS." .Oid iiiiismy ? 'i fiah fait tho naii on the,head when she made tbia state ment. "Women do be fool?, very often they he it ?ill men often make the ex pression that all women are fools. "But this ?B a mistake., there are a great y Vpijr ncualuio women while are hundreds who do bo fools and maybe it was this kind flZyt surrounded one of our late writ ers', in one ot our late Journals was > tong article headed "Men can't ?Mi?te tho Bread and Bake lt. too." Tito, writer say? the world ls ibockrul ruf Zu?? rt h? ??t ?uiy make the. bread .but must bake lt. too, that the women At* two-thirds of the homes idle their time away and expect- their husbands to do all ' the providing and homo .making. Then went on to.say lt wo men put in their time as usefully aa Tajen there would...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 13 January 1914

January Muslin Under wear Sale Vt . Commences Tuesday, January 13th. This is the month you've been waiting for-Our Annual Underpriced Offerings of Undermuslins. It ?s your time to save money on Petticoats, Corset Covers, Night Robes and other Underwear. Every garment is wei! made, neatly trimmed and finished perfectly. A distinct. saving on ever) garment as these prices indicate. ' , jt^fg^ Gowns - . G^^l hj high neck, Special 48c ?k.: \^^S^-/WL $1-50 gowns neatly trim ' ''JB???k f^^TOb ' I*1^' low/or?high neck, ^l\!"'^^^cia?at * * 98c 1 j j Gowns neatly trimmed, H ?tTT h?gh ?r l0W neCkS' $3 Yf^jlW 1 values, Special- $1.98 -'?ti lIlP I ' Marcelias \ ? ?I ff , Ask to see Marcella's 3 w?V> V/ " oro"??w^r\v\4-n Am /\v\?-? 04^^||g. from 50c to $2.50 Underskirts Ladies' Underskirts neat ly made, Special 98c Ladies' Underskirts em broidery trimmed Special . . . f 98c Ladies' Underskirts lace trimmed, Spec'l at $1.48 Ladies' embroider y trimmed, $3 value, Spec ial , . . $l.9f Princess S...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 13 January 1914

? ? National Loan ant1 Exchange Bar. "GREENWOOD Gi titi Review of the Work of Last Year^ The Anderson Daily Intel! Marshall; Secretary o i Tlie year 1913, just closed, ha? lt?*?. ti a good year for Greenwood, and while her growth has not been phenomlnal, it ha? hoon ?toady, substantial und marked. The same spirit or co-oper ation has hoon manifested throughout the year that has always been shown in Greenwood and this ls tho spirit that has caused Greenwood tb be look ed upon as "the co-operative city." No factionalism is ever displayed when a public service ro be rendered-it ls a catto of all together, pull. Tho mont notoworthy achievement? of the past year have been as follows: On the twelfth or November. IM2, it become rumored In Greenwood that it might ho possible to Induce ('ol. P. N. X. Hailey and associates, of Edge field, to move their school, Which was then the 8outh Carolina Co-Education .1 Institute, ot Greenwood. Converting it Into a boya' schcol. % i-res! Piece of Mor!; ...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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