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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 24 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. liHirnTiniTinu sn IflVnilhAilUN Ih mn* m WV . ? WIN S ? WS? ? V BY THE GE! - . . ? t BY A VOTE OF 30 TO 9 IT W SWEEPING INQUIRY IN Columbia, Jan. 1?3.-Hy a vote of 30 to 9 the Senate passed the House currency resolution Friday morning providing for an investigation of the management of the state hospital for tho insane, recommended by the gov ernor in a special message and agreed to by the house. The members of the special investigating committee will be announced shortly by Speaker M. Ii. Smith and Lieut. Governor Charles A. Smith. . The Senate took up Friday the Nicholson bill to regulate the holding of primary elections but took no def inite action on ic. Columbia, Jan. 23.-After a hot and lengthy debate the Senate agrees to the passage of the Stevenson house resolution providing for an investiga tion of the management of thc asy...

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. — 24 January 1914

JULIAN E. GLINKSCM.ES ATTORNEY AT LAW. Lesas Negotiated Beal Eut** Qf?ce: Wataon-Veadlror BclldJax. ANDERSON, fl. G. CASEY * FANT. ARCHITECTS. Ander ion. S. C. Brown Office Building. 8ecen? Floor. i'hons 263. SAY BE * BALDWIN ABCRITECTH Bleckley Bldg. Anderson, 8. C. Citizens National Bank Bldg. Raleigh. M. C. -West Point Oystei Fresh Every Day -at W. A-POWER'S Market, afaaone . ... 132 fttiaS TAKEN NOW FOB TH i FOLLOWINGS Bags an? day old chicks. Sam Plymouth Rock--Prizs winnini stock in Augusta. Atlanta, otc. Fawn I ??lan Runner Ducks (winner? ot Bolton aS? other fairs.) Patin Ducks-Fros prize winners. Bresse Turkeys-Pure er also crossed wllk Virginia wll? turkeys. Young Cockerels <7 : ?roned so caa car Sall chicks ti:en CV cm. gladly ans we / <h inqulreys. ?. C. HOLLAND, Aaaarsou, - - - - - - - g. C, ASTIGMATISM: Will cause headaches. i- 1-_____t_. J:U..I im iL. ?I. rsmedy. Let me fit them fdr you. 1 iv it for less money and ?uar ?htee satisfaction. BR. I. M. ISRAELSON The ...

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. — 24 January 1914

BF! T?lIU PAPr Devotcd to ??? Upkulidin?r of Belton and Vicinity, and as LL i Ul! I HUL a lMEeditnn fop Comrnunicating News and Advcptis?nfl. i* * * * r?? tf. if. ;Jt * :} * WALHALLA NEWS H * * * * * 9k He ?ft tit ?i * * * * * a ir; jri- * (KeoWes Courier) t I Samuel T. PicliEon, railway postk clerk on the "ti&ee Ridge Hallway, ii at his home ??ear Westminister 01 a sick leave, ftiugh P. Holleman, o Wullialla, has' ;beeu designated bj thc -PoHtoilico .Department as a sub I stitute for Mr. pickaou and has taket charge of bis? "duties. It is under stood that the Blue Kidge Rail wa; Company had this in view when the; bought those two big engines, "tin >? 3 and 4 apot." Vf. John Schroder, of Walhalla has just been granted a patent, bj thc United Staten Patent office for G weil appliance. At present wo ar? not in position to give the partjeu 1?re about tho-invention. Last Wednesday afternoon at i o'clock Miss Carrie Cobb and Jay W Hutchison were hnpp?y married, thc ceremony taking...

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. — 24 January 1914

IKE ANDERSON INTELLIGENCER Founded 1860 19? North Main Street ANDEBSON, H. C. WILLIAM BANKS, - - Editor W. W. 6M6AK, - Business Manager ? . .Entered According to Act of Con crete as Second Clsss Mail Matter at Ike Festoffice at Anderson, S. C. faklifhcd ETery Morning Except MnmAn* .ami-Weekly Edition on TueHday and h rid?y Mornlnga Bolly Edition-$5.00 per annum: jgt^for Six Mooth?; $!.&> for Titre* .aa?-WeeaJy Edition - 8L>">0 per Aaasm; 7? cents for Six Months) *>< peats fer Fear Months. IN ADVANCE Member of the'Asaoclated Fresa uni? Sseeivlag Complete Dally Telegraph!? Service. A burger Circulation Than Any Oih Sr Newspaper ia This Congressional ttrict* Ses Intelligencer la delivered bj aatfters in the city. If yon fail u gmt four paper regularly please notify Itt. Oapecita your name on labe ?f year pap?r is printed date townie) Fear paper is paid. AU checks anc ?traft? oitould be drawn to The An lateUbjencer. 4% ty -fy * * * * * * >}l 4c sic :fr * THE WEATHE...

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. — 24 January 1914

"The Most Sacred of Human Institutions9' * S "The Saturday Evening Post" points out, "The duty of a married man without a fortune, to insure his life is as clear and almost as urgent as his duty to support his family while he ts living." The same tl ought is expressed in the "fol lowing editorial from "The Commercial Tribune," of Cincinnati: "Life insurance was evotv?d for the protection of the most sacred of human in stitutions---the family. It has done and is doing that work with unswerving fidelity, and no coming time can wither its strength or the certainty that the family of the man who insures and stays insured shall never know the misery and degredation of a pen niless existence." Are you adequately and securely insur ed with the Mutual Benefit?-thc Company that put usur(e)?*' in insurance by the adop tion in 1912 of RESERVES TO COVER ALL CONTINGENCIES to which the life insurance business is exposed. * M. M. MATTISON, General Agent CHAS. W. WEBB, District Agent V JOE J. TROWB...

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. — 24 January 1914

The buj^g on North main'Street no-v occypjed by the Elite Cafe, has been Icasedjk? me, and wilU-exonvezt *-* - - I* v-n &.t riH rv t ?%?ri ' ,' r WP Tai? ?pened between the 1st and ??ffi bf February. STARTED.' MONDAY MORNING, REMODELLING THE ENTIRE BUlLDIr^ .{T^JRONT WILL DE SO ARRANGED THAT DURING HOT WEATHER IT WILL DE COMBATIVELY OPEN, WHICH WIMMLE PER FECT V?NTlLATIOIf. j \ * ^Positively SlS THE?TRJ? WILL BE SANITARY IN EVERY RESPECT. :-: :-: :.: L WATCH THIS SPACE FROM DAY-TO DAY FOR FULL PARTICULARS. I K M Di'nWnn I I R.iU.l lllnaiUU J I THE MOTION PICTURE MAN \ He Jj; ? R - m.failli ???????m M m Lu i.mn.??????nilli UM in ii ?iiiiiinriff ^3^>snunia?aM?a^ ' ?ytDid you ?ver notice pur 'Electric Sign? No doubt you luv?. Mont everybody bes noticed lt Hes most everybody noticed your sign? And are there ? great many people who con poVtHe?H re member to have seen your sign at all? Why not mnke lt ;.ttr.u.ilv? enough to be remembered-attractive enough to draw trud*--i\i? ac tiv...

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. — 24 January 1914

?llliiillllllSilllliil?iiilillllii?iiii?ll?!!! uri "fin il!i 9I,#IU.UU . ? - : . -v-. v : 9 You Don't Have to be a Subscriber to Participate . j *--_* * * ss RULES OF CONTEST Read Carefully. ' ; ' ' . \' .-. V * .ri'- ? >*..". I? This contest begins Jan. 13, 1914, and closes March 12, 1914, at 9 p.m. 2. The Anderson Daily Intelligencer will publish from time to time trie standing of the contestants. 3. Any Lady rhrraied or Single is eligible to enter this contest. 4. The right is retained to alter the rules as occasion may re quit or setile all questions that may ar^^^ . ' 5. No one who is in way connected with the. Anderson Daily Intelligencer can enter the contest. 6. AH territory within the corporate limits of Anderson will be known as District No. All ;territory outside the corporate limits of Anderson will be known as District No. 2. 7. On March 12th, the closing day of this contest a committee of .-three well known?business or professio*rt*\inen of the city not in terested ...

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. — 24 January 1914

Electric Cit it*BU tf Interest ana FersoBsl leas On tb? Sir AJ? amusing incidont occurred in thk) county treasurer's ofRcc yesterday wbsn a gentleman from tho country sOtteered to uav hts tax and found that he was unseeded with' two dogs, these being roted at fifty cents catii. Tita tag porer said that last year hu waa charged up with having four dogsv end thia year with two. when as a mallar of feet he had not allowed a>. ddt to set foot on hie farm tor over if? years. Several other in atanees of theaamc nature occurred Within a few minutes of each other and all hearers became convinced that ib? dog locaters in each township toilet bs very active men. H. WSlen, sdvance man for the. Bgriko?t'4 carnivals, now appearing Unas? the name of the Tropical Atausemont Co., baa been in Anderson ipr. . several days', discussing with o?ttsuoll the matter of coming into th's city. MT. Wilen had a contract was made with the city in1 1013,but isiheo that time ?nuacil thai passed'' an ordtnonce,...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 25 January 1914

? ? . ' ; " i . ? ??' ? - .' . . Ti i THE ANDERSON DAILY INTELLIGENCER y ?- ? - - - 1 1 ? ? ? ? . '? ? ? , VOL. 1. No. 12. n^kir. Established 1880: Dalli. Jan. 13,1*14. ANDERSON, S. C. SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 25, 1914. PRICE FIVE CENTS. $5.00 PER ANNUM. MR. W. H. HAND WILL ACCEPT PBEp,?T PF THE COLLEGE! INFORMATION RECEIVED AT THE OFFICE OF THE INTEL* i LI G ENC ER AT AN EARLY HOUR SUNDAY ONE OF THE BIG MEN THE WORK Of EDUCATION IN THIS STUTE! His State Wide Exeperience and Hrs Progressive Spirit Would Mean Much for Anderson College Winch is Now Enjoying a Fine Year Under Dr. Vines Who is Doing Double Duty At au early hour Sunday morning Tbc Intelligencer learned from a cor respondent lu Colunibin that Mr. W. H. Hand bad cone tided to accept the presidency of he Anderson College but would make no statement for publication, tearing the matter en ?rely In the bands of Mr. R. S. Ligon to bc announced. The Columbia cor respondent steted that that office had tried without ecect to get Mr...

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. — 25 January 1914

-West Point Oysters Fresh Every Day h W. A. POWER'S Market. -?* on jr none.io? OBI)KUH TAKEN NOW FOB THE KOLLO VYING: Eggs and dar old chicks. Suff Plymouth Rock-Prize winnini stock in Augusta, Atlanta, ric. Fawn Indian Runner Ducks (winner* at Belton nud other fairs.) Fekln Ducks-From prize wluners. Bronze Turkeys-Pure or also crossed with Virginia wlid turkeys. Young Cockerels Caproned so can car ry all chicks given them. "Will gladly answer all tnqulrcys. D. C. HOLLAND. Anderson, ------- S. C, ASTIGMATISM. Will cause headaches. Glasses properly fitted is the only remedy. Let nie fit them for you. ! do it for less money and guar antee satisfaction. DR. L M. ISRAELSON The Leading Optician Over Evans* Pharaaey No. 3 W. J. Maness THE OYSTER KING When you want Fish or Oysters Call 292. MANESS MARKET HOUSE li IMPORTANT i Two. Berte Ferai to rent, flee Eutin? Anderson at Bank Office over Wah . ter Ray's store. . 1-20-tl T?5?T. ' the Ssnitsry B*u*ber Shop Sterilized toola and clean, line...

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. — 25 January 1914

BFI Tilly P?HF ?evotc<1 to me Uptm?ldino ol Belton and Vicinity, ai^as LL I Uli I iHUL a Medium fop Communicating News and Advertising. _ ~ " ._ m 1 MESSAGE TO Tl Blease Comments and Asks for Ade A M?ssage on State of South Carolina, Executive Chamber. Message No. 12. Gentlemen of the General Assembly: I tried to make three m essa RCS cover everything I had to say to you during this session. Other matters have come before me, however, which 1 have had to transmit to you, which probably could not be considered messages, but only letters of trans mittal. Matters have taken place which were not expected, and I have had to burden you with more mes sages than I had intended. Kow comes ihiB one, at the request and as the result of a conference with a committee appointed by the Confed erate veterans of this State. I want to put myself on record, so there can be no mistake. First, and above oil, let mc say I think that the State of South Carolina should see that no Confederate Veteran su...

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. — 25 January 1914

immimmimm?mmmmmmmm?mmmmmmmwmmmm II - THEANDERSON INTELLIGENCER Founded 1840 ff??". - , " ,= m Nerita Mr tn Street ANDERSON, H. C WILLIAM BAN MS* - - EdJtei W. T?. SMOAK, . Business Managet ..Entered According to Act of Cou greet ns Second Class Man Matter ul tko Petitoffice at A oder non, M. C. Published Every Norning Esrepl Monday 06lat*noeU? L?u?oa OM Tuesday and Friday Mornings Dally Kdition -$.'?.()() per aoouiu; j&se^fer Six Months; SI J? for Tim-? Seml-'weokly Edition - HM pet Antaaii 7"? cents fer Six Mouths % M cants ftor Fear Months. IM ADVANCE M OBJ ber of the Associated Press um] Heecivlng Complete Dall/ TelegrHphh teri ive. A larger Circulai loa Thun Any Oili er Newspaper in Tbl? Congressional District The intelligencer la di.livered by oariiars tn th? city If you fail tr amt your paper regularly please notify ?a. Opposite your name on labol af your poper is printed date to which .. gatgr paper is paid. All checks ami Amita should be drawn to The An derson Intelligen...

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. — 25 January 1914

How About a Good1 Mule? \ \ \ When we say good, we mean 0-0-0-0. If you do not believe this COME AROUND and we will SHOW YOU THE GOODS, and at the RIGHT PRICES. We can sell you just as cheap as any one, and if you give us a trial we will prove this assertion. Vfls DO NOT SELL CROOKS, when we get hold of one, we load it on the Cars an vi ship it away and out of the country. We guarantee everything that we sell to be as represented. ORDERS SOLICITED WE HAVE A BUYER on the market all the time who shipped us a load to-day which is the best shown on the market this season. We have Mules weighing from 1000 to 1200 pounds including several well match ed pairs, mostly ma ares. GOOD SMOOTH STUFF with lots of quality and finish. Come around and give us a look before buyingr YOU MUST QET YOUR MON EY'S WORTH. PRICES AND TERMS ALWAYS RIGHT Your? for Fair Dealing? The Fretwell Co. li s . m SH I undecided as to WHAT you want to ADVERTISE, or how you want to advertise ! Phone the Ad Man at The Inte...

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. — 25 January 1914

ANNOUNCEMENT The building on North main Street now occupied by the Eiite Cafe, has b?en leased to mc, and viii bc tun vert ed into a MODERN, UP-TO-DATE Motion Picture Theatre To be opened between the 1st and 10th of February. ...WORK... STARTED MONDAY MORNING, REMODELLING THE ENTIRE BUILDING. THE FRONT WILL BE SO ARRANGED THAT DURING HOT WEATHER IT WILL BE COMPARATIVELY OPEN, WHICH WILL GIVE PER FECT VENTILATION. Positively THIS THEATRE WILL BE SANITARY IN EVERY RESPECT. :-: :-: :-: WATCH THIS SPACE FROM DAY TO DAY FOR FULL PARTICULARS. A. M.Pinkston THE MOTION PICTURE MAN MR. MERCHANT Did yon over notice our Electric Sign? No doubt you h av?. Moat everybody has noticed IL Hos most everybody eotlcod your ?iga? Andere Ike-re a grsa* san y people who cnn noaitlvely re member to have seen your sign at nil? Why not mahn it nuraett*? enough to ba, remembered-attractive e&pagn to dr.?? ??'ade ~ai*nc tlv? enough to Indicate your desiro to be progro.?>?i>w -attractive enough to sh...

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. — 25 January 1914

IIIIHW SS Be ? St are Free to any lady io Western South Carolina You Don't Have to he a Subscriber to Participate RULES O* CONTEST I Read Carefully. 1. This contest begins Jan. 13, 1914, and closes March 12, 1914, at 9 p. m. 2. The Anderson Daily Intelligencer w ill publish* from time to time thc standing, of the. Contestants. 3. Any Lady mrraied or Single is eligible to enter this / contest. 4. The right is retained to alter the rules as. occasion may re quire dr settle all questions that may, arise. 5. No one who is in way connected with the Anderson Daily . intelligencer can enter the contest. 6. All territory within the corporate limits of Anderson will be known as District Np. 1. All territory outside the corporate limits of Anderson will be known as District No. 2. 7. On March 12th, the closing day of tili? contest a committee of three well known business or professional men of the city not in terested in the contest wi!! be appointed to count th? vote? and award the prizes. T...

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. — 25 January 1914

SOCIAL Mr. Webt? Reception Cite vi lil'- Ullarri .HUI lim.il Ulli limit events of the week was the ?i?-nu!ifiii reoep/tion given Thursday afternoon by Mrs. Narda Webb wben ab? entertained in honor or M I.non Mary end Angela Otbhoney. Mrs. Webb's home on Marnia street was most attractive for the occaslun ties of. ferns peing used. The guetta on entering the recep Hon hell were greeted by Mrs. Har ry Orr, Mrs. Charles Oreen and Mrs, qunnUes of ferns teing used. In the living room Mrs. Webb re cetved the callers wita tho Misses Oibbcney and Miss Lydia Drown. Frena the living room Mrs. Dave Taylor and Mrs. Lerov Fuiles in vfted the gueOts Into the dining room which waa especially pretty with the color scheme of pink. Mrs. 8am Gilmor poured coffee and Misses Weeser Gllmer, .lanie Hamlin, Isa bel Webb, Vina Patrick and Zote QBroyles served delicious sandwiches, snout and almonds. Throng Of women called dunn;; thc 1 Boura from 4 to 6. ?nform*' Party. TfcuTedey evening Mrs. Nardin Webb ente...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 27 January 1914

THE ANDERSON DAILY INTELLIGENCER . V_ _ ... VOL.1, No. 13. ireeklr, Estettbaea 18IO| Dally, Ja?. SS, ?ll - ANDERSON. S. C. TUESDA^ MORNING, JAKUARY 27, 1314. PRICE FIVE CENTS. $5.00 PER ANNUM. STORM SWEEPS PACIFIC COAST HIGH WINI/ AND DELUGE OF RAIN CAUSE GREAT DAMAGE SIX LIVES?RE LOST Coast Country Swept from South era California to British Columbia (Bv Associated Press.) Los Angeles, Jan. 26.-ThTee men ?were drowned, a hoy was reported to have lost hie life, many persons were driven from their homes; buildings were damaged and steam and electric railway traffic was either tied up or seriously interrupted in Southern California today as the result of the rain which deluged this section in the last twenty-four hours. The deaths were those of Louis Jone?, a retired banker of .Ytontecito; Hugh Ffrear Hoven, said to be a Chi cago capitalist, drowned star Mon rovia, and Rico Rodriguez who drown ed near "Whittier. An unidentified boy was said to have beeb swept into the Los Angeles river...

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. — 27 January 1914

Eagle Barber i Shop BELLKVI K HOTEL BUILDING Fresh laundered towels, high grade tonics and experienced barbers. Our motto ia to please our customers, call and see us. C. E. Howell. Manager. ',.We grind into meal any kind of grains, stalks, cobs, corn shucks, bay and fodder. Work done while you watt Bring a load when you come to town; Anderson Mattress & Spring Bed Co. tf fOTTOX SKKU FOR SALK Mexican big boll, prolific. Made 12 balee on 10 acres with 300 pounds of fertilizer per acre. Originally paid $3.00 per bushel for seed last spring. Have 800. bushels will sell for $1.50 per bushel. J. V. ROGERS. Williamston, S. C. -A.... ?' ' gg? it's Just Uke This fr? you need glasses yon. natur ffsnt the best and at a living i Right here ia where you get ss well as the services of a gradaste Optrometrist with twenty ;twa) years experience. Examination entirely free. ML JTcCBEABY GLT?PH Xye?8sght SpeeleBst* 0??r Svnss Pharmacy Ko. 8. . WS j Vi ?, ,1.111 UPI' i.Jil J I ~W?*V?bmt Oyitera Fre...

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. — 27 January 1914

llliailAlU mr- sr- _^_ . Devoted to ttseruriBunmf^ of Belton andV!fcmitytanrj as a iVledium fbi* Communicating News ai^?^ertl^liii U?tHut UtiUIBt POti BEIJON, SJ. Be it obtained by intendent and' .wardens of totwu of Beiton, that cv-, ?Vy pc-ton, firm, company or corpo ration doing business in said town of ' Belton shall obtain on or before the fifteonth day of February, 1914 a license therefor in . the manner hereinafter prescribed. Every person, firm, company or cor poration commencing business after the Bald 15th day of February, 191? .nhall in like manner obtain a license ' ,therefor before entering such trade; .business or profession. All revenues arising ?rom such licenses shall be: collected and used by the town conn-j eil for the purposes of defraying the' current expenses of said town and making such public lmprovemeuts as thc town council may deem advisable. Soc.2 Every person, firm company or corporation required by this ord dinance to cbtain a license to engage in any tr...

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. — 27 January 1914

TBE ?N0ERS8? f NTELU6E?CER 2_founded IMO _ IM ?ortb Mala Strati _AJTOEBSOff, 8. C. WttLIAM BANKS, - . Editor ll W. ?MOAK, . Business Manager ..l?nl According to Act ot COB? gartas M Secoed Claas Mail Matter at Mt Postofflce at Aaderaoa, 8. C PahlJt&ed Erery Morning Except Monday teari. Weekly Edition da Tuesday tad Friday Momlags DaDy Edition-9&M par nanam; MO for Stx Mentas; ?146 for Three! .?saMTeekly Edition ~ fLSO per jLMam? ?? cents for Six M?ttau Wi ?tats far Foar Months. _CN ADVANCE .Member of the Associated Press and Mssdilag Complete Daily Telegraphic A larger Ctrealatloa Than Aar Ota. gJgWW la Tal? Congressional Intelligencer la delivered by la th? city. Ii you fall to a*t your paper regularly pleas? notify ta? Opposite your name on label ?f poor papar it printed date to which rsm saper lt paid. All cheeks and thoa ld be drams to Tat Aa fttalllgsaosT. THOUGHT FOB TODAY. -Osasjet?Bie? In the work? the thing Mtfcaa the common elod a king. Amt him with the liberty, ff...

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