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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 16 October 1915

THE INTELLIGENCER Iftf&BLISHKP 1819. Publlahod ?Torr morning except , Monday by Tho Anderson Intelligen cer BI 140 Weat Whitnor Street, An derson, ?. ?. SEMI-WEEKLY INTELLIGENCER Published Tuesdays end Fridays h. JA. GLENN....Editor and Manager| Mntered as second-class matter April 28, 1914, at tho post office at Anderson, South Carolina, under tho Act ot March 8, 1875. ASSOCIATED PRESS DIoPATCHES - tfalophone.821 BVBSCBEPTIOH BATES DAILY Ono Tear .86.00 Six Months .8.60 ffhreo Months .1.25 One Month.43 One Week ..10 SEMI-WEEKLY One Tsar .,.91.C0 filz Months .76 Tho Intelligencer ls delivered by ric i ?? tn the city. Look at the painted labol on your paper. Tho dato thoroon shows when ene subscription expires. Notice dato on label carefully, and if not correct picase ?K'?'fy us at enc?. Subscribers desiring the address of | their paper changed, will ploaae state tn their communication both the old and now addresses. To Insure prompt delivery, com plaints ot non-delivery in the c...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 16 October 1915

MM GRAINS OF SAND! Tho $500,000,000.001 Anglo-French Loan rc condy negotiated una hroken up and offered tn suma of $100.00 Moral* Small savings aro thc basis of the I ?ountryu wealth. Deposit your savings | In tlio Tho Savings Depart-1 ment of The Bank of Anderson The Strongest Bank in the County. We know a lot of people who always keep it in the house. That's why their homes are bright and cheer ful AH their floors, furniture andwoodworklcoklikehew. h & wonderful finish. It comes ia ?ll colon. Do over that floor and Kat a durable Kyan?e finish on it. lake that Furniture sew again. Come In.We'U glTe you a can Freo U you'll spend a dims for a brush to put tl on with. Once you try it, you'll always have it tn ?our house. ANDERSON PAINT & COLOR CO. For Infanta and Children In Use For Over 30 Years Always bears . the Signature of Stockholder Recen THIRD SERIES PERPETUAL BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION STY t rfc T* r> nn w-? et m mw^rtn w?i\E4C 1 UKO ivie? 1 Yesterday Afternoon ...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 16 October 1915

GRAINS OF SAND! T li ? $500.000,000.00 : Anglo.Frcuch Loan re cently negotiated wan broken up and offered lu ?ll!Ti of $100.00 Marali Small Havings aro thc basis of the countrys wealth. Deposit your savings In tho The Savings Depart ment of The Bank of Anderson The Strongest Bank in the County. We know a lot of people who always keep it in the house. That's why their homes are bright and cheer ful AH their floors, furniture andwoodworklooklikehew. is ti wonderful finish. It come* ia all colon. Do over that Goorand put a durable Kyanize finish ou it. Make that Furniture new again. ComoIn.We'U give you a canPreo U you'll spend a dime for a bnuh to put it on ?Uh. Once yon try it. you'll always bar s it in your house. ANDERSON PAINT &| COLOR CO. For Infants and Children In Use For Over 30 Years Always bears . the Signature of Stockholder Receh THIRD SERIES PERPETUAL | BUILDING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION DIRECTORS METI Yesterday Afternoon and Ordered | a New Scries to Begin on December 21,...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 16 October 1915

30 DAYS ALLOWED IO CONNECT SEWERAGE HEALTH OFFICER CAMPBELL ISSUES STATEMENT TO THAT EFFECT AN ORDINANCE Of City Council Requires That All Lines Bc Connected in That Length of Time. Mecauso or tho negligence in on forcing iii? sewer connection ordl nsiiro of Um city, th?! hf alt li olllccr, Mr. T. A. Campbell, has found it nec essary to Issue a statement to Hie ef fect that ::o days will bo allowed for lt o mukliiE nf sower contracts by par ties within thc lluiitfi as describo?! hy tho ordinance mid that nu additional 30 days will be allowed for til? In stallation of the Bcwer connections. The ordinances of the city provides that till lipUSOB on IOIH, tho corner part thereof wtt?rin 200 feet of a sewer main and within :!00 feet nf u water ?cr-... ggSBSs.?. fsa i. s i i MARKETS IXK'UI market yesterday 12 1-2 cunta New york <Vtl"n. open. Uglh. kow. Close. Oct . . ..155.24 12.34 V?.:\\ 12.:M Doc . . ..12.SO 12.70 12.HU 12.00 Jan . . .. 1 .7C 12.87 12.07 12.77 Mureil . ..i2.ur, 13.08...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 17 October 1915

V- V. ANDERSON, S. C., SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 9,1915. ._._ Wt NUMBER 232. DEMOCRATIC EXECUTIVE ' COMMITTEE DECLARE RE SULT OF PRIMARY HAS MAJORS * OF 128 VOTES Session Held in Armory With Militia Guarding Entire Block -Recount Refused. Charleston, Oct. lG.-r-Tristaiu T. Hyde was declared thc nominee for mayor of Charleston by a majun i y of 128 votes over, tho incumbo'nt, John j P. Grnco, at tho conclusion tonight of an eight hour sitting of tho city Demo- i cratlu oxecutlvo committee, called to gether to canvass and public thc voto cast in the primary election 'held Tues day. Tho cession was adjourned from that of yestorday, which broke up in a riot that involved thc death of. a nowspaper man, Sidney J. Cohen, the Bhouting of four others and foo club bing of two. Three hundred militiamen patrolled, the streets and maintained strict watch over tho German artillery hall In which the meeting commenced shortly beforo noon. . A protest by Major Hyde was sus tained, over tho objection...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 17 October 1915

CLASSIFIED WART ADVERTISING BATES Twenty-Are word? or lew, One Time 25 conte. Throe Times CO cents, Biz Times f 1.00. All advertisement over twenty Qvo words prorato tor each ad ditional word. RateB on 1,000 words to be used in a month ?u??? OD c.pyl'Ci?iiSS. No advertisement taken for less than 25 cents, cash in ad vance, If your name appears In the telephone directory you csa tele phone your want ad to 321 and a bill will be malled after Its In sertion for prompt payment WANTS WANTED-Ono second hand Ford runabout must bo In good condition. Address Ford, Box 73. 10-17-3tp. WANTED-An experienced cashier at j once. Don't apply If not experienc ed. Apply Monday Anderson Dry Goods Co. 10-17-lt WANTED-A couple withou'. children. can securo an apartment In good j , location. All conveniences. Apply | - to JO. E. Elmoro, Greenville St. 10-16-1t WANTED-A good farm for one of j our customers. If you havo a farm for sate wo will bo glad to consider iL Linley & Watson, (Jno. Llnloy W. E. ...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 17 October 1915

nip Opening Dance. Tho opening danco o? the fall sea son for tho I31k Homo will ho given on Wednesday evening at. the hume . bu North McDamo. ?ftr?cu . Tho :?pi?sic will' he In charge, of--Mr. Sloan Dris coll 'and-?will' bo -unusually fine, Every effort will ua made by'those In O targe to make it one or thc pleas* antest , and most delightful danica ev?r given h?re. Several visitjng girls will be in town for tho Occasion. MiBB Eunice Rus&oll left yesterday: for Now York after a two weeks visit' to her parents. Mr. and Mrs.-W.- W. Bussell. She was' accompanied on her visit home by .Master William Fjuasel, Jr., tho bright young son of Mr. William Ibussoll fonnorly of this city but how of New York. Miss Sadie Sullivan of Laurens ls Hie guest of Mrs. G. B. Greene. Miss Mary Bowie'of Anderson col lego has gone to her home at Starr for tho week-end. Phoi Missionary Society. Tho Missionary society of tho Con trai Presbyterian church will meet on Monday ? afternoon at four o'clock with ...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 17 October 1915

THE INTELLIGENCER K?BABL'<HI1E?) lK6(f. Pablbmed every momias *xcept Monday b7 ihe Anderson lntflllgon isr Mt 140 Went Whitner Street, An derson, 8. 0. le I SEMI-WEEKLY INTELLIGENCE? Published Tucfldt" and Fridays L. M. GLENN....Eu..or and Mnnagor ?Intered as vecond-class matter April 20, 1914, at tho poBt office at Anderson, South Carolina, under th? Act of starch 3, 1870. ASSOCIATED PRESS DI8PAT0HEB gi ?elophono.tal J -- SDBHVniPTlOIf BATBS DAILY '.>;, One Yeer .to.eo r**- 81? Months.2.60 Ahree Months.1.26 One Mouth. .43 One Week . JO SEMI-WEEKLY .Oas Yeer .81.30 [ Ula Months.,.76 I The ?n:*Jllgoncer ls delivered by { earrleTS in the eltr. I Leak at the printed label on your t% -japer. Tbo dato thereon shows whoo i the Subscription expires. Notice date .? Jabot osrofully, and if not correct ?lesso notify us at ouce. Subacribore desiring the address of ?their paper changed, will please ftste ito their eemmnnlcfttlon both the old ?nd new addresses. T? insure prompt delivery, e...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 17 October 1915

J r 10 PEOPLE 10 S?X PRETTY GIRL This is GUAR?NT feel that you haven t? -i : S WO DIED YESTESOAY P. M DEATH JAME LATE IN AF. TERNOON AF/TER LONG ILLNESS FUNERAL TODAY Will Be Held at Late Residence on Church Street, Conducted By P^W/H? Frazer. Mrs. Lull?] Norris Simpson, widow ot tho lato W; D. Simpson, died late yesterday afternoon at her nonie at tho comer of Market and Towers street. ' ' ;?.- v Mrs. Simpson had ' been ill for months and all? that loving hearts- ?nd hands could do had been done, and uer tired wearied'spirit fell ask ^ yes terday afternoon just as tho sun was sinking in the west, and her soul passed to her God she had served so faithfully. . Sho was vbonav-Docombor 9, 18r>G, and was the daughter of tue late Col. Jesse W. Norris, one of Anderson county foremost and. most prominent men. ' On October 5,1880 she was married to Mr. William D. Simpson, who died several months ago. Pivo' childron^aro left to cherish ? beloved mother's memory. Mrs. W. C. Plant, Messrs. ...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 17 October 1915

Reading from left to right Clemson I By A-uhuri OPPONENTS MA')E TWO TOUCHDOWN* AND KICKED Gt riLS SCORE WAS 14 TO 0 Approximately 2,800 People Wit nested Game Which-Was Hard found All Way Through. . ! Tho first of Ono ClqmBon-Auburn Eames played 'in* Anderson 'resulted in i a- victory for Auburn to tho ?coro,of 14 tb 0. Tho ?amo Avus hard'foiifjlit all 'tho way through and both teams play ed good bali. Auburn had a heavier backfield and tho men seemed bettor conciied and trained: Tholr backfield . Seeinod very difficult for Clemson to hundi?, though-from tho standpoint'of playing tho :ball In tho oppoujont's ter ritory, Clemson certainly played the bettor game' keeping the ball In An bura'8 territory - aa much as possi ble. The features of tho gamo wore two -Jong runs by Caughman and Pender gast bf Auburn. CatiROman, in tho ' firet quarter -ran around right ond for 80 yards. Pendergast, in tho second ..'quarter' ran orbuml. right ond for 40 yards for a touchdown.''Caughman kicked go...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 17 October 1915

The First Big New York Musical Comedy Attraction to Be Seen in Anderson at the Nev/ Anderson Theatre, Friday Night, October 22nd. Thia Attraction Ferionally Guaran teed By Managed J. J. Trowbridge. NOT WORRYING JAPS Not Concerned Over Form of Government As Long As In terests Are Safe. % . '.? \ Tokio, Sept. 25.-(Associated ? Press Correspondence.)-The posai-! billty of a 'coup d' etat" In China ' whereby Yuan 'Shi-kal would proclaim' himself emperor, is eagerly discussed; throughout:Japan. Tho official view as expressed ja that as Jong as any ' ' political changers not accompanied: . v. by disorder. .which endangers. ,tho i : I (material interests of- tho Japanese . in China thu -government of Japan ia not greatly ccn?erned about whether China remains a republic or President Yuan or someone oise becomes em peror, li disturbances do arJso tho policy of tho Japaner? government tn any case will have to bo formu lated at that time. ? . ; T*o preBS is for tho most part op posed to a retu...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 17 October 1915

Thank You We had the largest day of the year Saturday. We will be ready for you with a lot of new goods Monday. NEW COAT SUITS FOR MONDAY. NEW MILLINERY WI\L BE READY MONDAY NEW COATS OPENED UP NEW RUFFS FOR NECK AT 50c 1 Furs! Furs! All the new fur sets are here ready for you. Jack Frost is on the way-How about your underwear? NEW GOSSARD CORSETS are here. We'll appreciate it if you will make appointment by phone with our expert Corsetiere. Phone 676. D. GEISBERG ANOTHER SHIPMENT ,,, a_" , , ,, ..... ,_........_ _._ of those tine Selected Oysters in tins, qt. 50c 25c 50c Turo 1'ork Sausage In boxen, per lt?... .... Uulmrri?j?u Applies, tlie best dpplo to cut? peck ..i .... Fresh Hhlpnicnt of lirio wan-, Concore', ami Magura Ump?s, Qjf\? basket ... ... ... ... .S* ....?SUC Oronges.. Ai\~ dozen. ... ......... .'Fresh CocounutN, j" oud *| each. .. ,.**C I vrv Lettuce, ... v 1 S"| _ fiend ... ..... .1UC ^ZST^:..... ... . . ... 10c"415c Fresh Crntslu'rrJes, 2 <murts 2Sc Frosh Shelled...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 17 October 1915

i^^^^^^^^j^^^jj^^^^^^^^^^^/^^^ B^^^pP^^l^^^^^^^^^^B |^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Colombia Chamber or Commerce ^^^^^^^^^^"^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ^ BBB^^^^'^^^^^SBBB ^V^^^^l^^ Contest Closes O p. m., October 23, 1915 ^ . . . ' . . i

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 17 October 1915

POPULAR VOTING CONTEST FOR QUEEN OF THE HARVEST JUBILEE Reading Public to Choose from Photographs Submitted by Various Counties CONTEST CLOSES OCT. 23 In connection with the State Fair, to be held in Columbia from October 26 to 2?, the Columbia Chamber of Commerce is conducting a Statewide demonstration and fesUyal to be known aa tho South Carolina Harvest Jubilee, 'consisting of a series of pa rades and pageant? depicting the nat ural resources of tho State. One of the Important features of the Harvest Jubileo will be the crown ing of the beauty queen, to take place at the State capitol on the evening of October 26. In this ceremony tho Governor of tho State will officiate, assisted by a' committee from the Co lumbia Chamber of Commerce, a committofi of prominent Columbia ? matrons and twelve maids of honor. Who wUl attend upon the .queen. Th? queen and har maida will bo RECORD CROWDS FOR STATE FAIR selected, by popular vote from the photographs reproduced in this sup plement, all ...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 19 October 1915

ANDERSON.S. .C., TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 19, 1915. NUMBER 240. ?LLiESMA IN BALKAN BELIEVED SLAVS WILL DI RECT.. . QF-F-E NS IVE AGAINST TURKS ITALIAN FLEET TO HELP ALLIES i ti Austro-Germ?n Invaders Meeting] With Stubborn Oppo sition. - ' __ London, Oct. 18.-With the capturo . ot st rum ilsa, Bulgaria, a point of real,! .strat?gie value as lt's occupation per mits defense of the Bonhhern end . ot the SUlonlkl-Ntsk railway and com pels tile Bulgarians to keep a force j there, the allies' campaign in the Bal- \ kann is welt under way. Tho occupation of Enos by Anglo French troops also reported threat ens the Bulgarian port Dodeagbateh on Aegean Sea. While -the Italians, according to latest reports, will hot send an army] to co-operate in the Balkans, an j Italian fleet will aid British and French squadrons ia the Aegean. The point nt which Russia will Btrlke has not been disclosed, . but expectations arc that a plan is afoot to bring Turkey to her knees before help reaches her. / : T...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 19 October 1915

CLASSIFIED COLUMN WANT ADVERTISING BATE? Twenty-five words or lets, One lime 26 conto, Three Times 60 cents, Six Ttmec (1.00. All advertisement ovor twenty five words prorata for each Ad ditional word. Ratos on 1,000 words to be used In a month made on application. No advertisement t?Von for less than 25 cent?, cash in ad vance. 12 your name appears In the telephone directory yo J can tele phono your want ad to 321 and a bill will he mailed after its in sertion for prompt paymont WANTS WANTED-Ono second hand Ford runabout must bo lu good condition. Address Ford, llox 73. 10-17-3tp. TYPEWRITERS-300 now, rebuilt, shop-worn and second hand type writers, ali makes $10.00 up. Easy terms if desired. Teil us what you want. J. E. Crayton & Co., charlotte, . N. C. C. C. Dargan, Local Repre sentative. 10-7-18t WANTED-You to know that I ara tbia season handling the Genuine Tennessee Blue Oom Coo), and not asking nnymoro for it th' n yon bare paid for Inferior coal' . I have a stock of the ...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 19 October 1915

GRAINS OF SAND! ? M ? m s 1% $500,000,000X0 An gl? .Fren ch Loan rc cently negotiated iva? broken np end offered JO stuns of $100.00 Moralt Small savings are tko basis o? tho country!! wealth. Deposit yonr Having*] la the The Saving? Depart* ment off The Bank of Anderson The Strongest Bank | in the County. We have add to our business and will carry a full line of Heavy and Fancy Groceries-Have just re ceived a Car Load of the Finest Flour a Car Lo?d of the Best Salt and a full line of Canned ,Goods, ! Sugaty Coff ees, :. etc." - ' ' . . % r ; :You will find anything in Grocery line "here and our Mr. A. .E. Mull will be glad to sefve you at ?nyhour pf the day and ! at prices to let you * Come I in. and see us-We save you money and give you - v Freshest Goods in town. ******************* * ? * I ********************** Afternoon Bcceprion to Bride. MT. and MJ:S1 Thomas !J. Pearce,j ?ho '.vci o mhrrled- a fortnight ago In Anderson, have reached Columbia after a wedding trip to New York,...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 19 October 1915

THE INTELLIGENCER! S*?AJ1L1HIIK|> 1K40. Publhdicu ?ivory muming ?xe?pt r.u-:-y ny 'ihu Andorsou Intolltgen ??tr at MO W?at Whitner Street. An ioraoji, 8. C. 8EMI-WEEKLY INTELLIGENCE!' Published Tuesdays and rridaya ??'?' --. ... . lu M. GLENN_Editor and Mauagor Kutered aa eocmd-claaa matter April '?6, 1814, at the poet office at Anderson. South Carolina, ander ta? Act ut Mandi 8, 1870. A.8??CIATED PBKH? DISPATCHES telephone...Ml HUBHCBIPTION KAT KB BAILI Due Tear.W.uw Bl? Months . Z.CO! tfbre* Month? . l.2k\ One Month .4? One Ww*. 10 HlCfcl-VVflKKLT oae tear .,.11.60 lUx Mouth? . 76 . ? ? ?i . ? ...i. . The In to i Dpon cor 1? delivered by ?arriera in the city. Look at ti o printed labol on your ?aper. Tho dato thoreau ?howe when tito subscription expires, ?Wlce date ?a I?bel carefully, and if not r.orroct . Vleaso notify UB at once. Subscribers desiring the ?ud;??A tlielr paper changed, will please state I tu their communication both che old | and new addresses. To Insure prompt...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 19 October 1915

Am !? Yesterday we opened over one hun dred pretty . . v t \ i^i. t f*>| ) ii) . '? . % ' *J? JB. JL A j?r <w Pretty and new as can be. The shape you want it is in stock right now and you know we've got the trimmer to make just what you want. A new shipment of Gyp Button Boots and Bronze Button Boots at ; $4 and $5 Rdsor^sTonsori?l Parlors Price SHAVES REDUCED TO ~ - 10c Best equipped chop fa the city. Strictly Sanitary. --Clean liness is Next to Godliness." Efficient Workmen-Best service in every respect. * > Barbers: Rainer, Brace? lindsay and Rasor. / :i Rasor'c Tonsorial Parlors VI go ii ?Sc Le^ niter Bldg. Neat* t? Railroad oe iVojth Mam= ' Absoktdy Now ead'Strictly Hafen WASHINGTON /. . Opposite Capitol and Union Station D C Renowned for its High Service and Low Rates. :..!..<'. "EUROPEAN PLAN Room pe? by without bath $ 1 .SO ?nd op Room per day vath bath $2.00 and pp Ail Rooms Outsider kat Househ vexed question is fTe?lly- go^? % mm j g m EVERYONE WILL GO IO HIS O...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 19 October 1915

Dr. HENRY R. WELLS DENTIST Office F. & M. llulldlnp. Office 627-Phones-KcHldence CO Dr. C. Mack Sanders DENTIST Omeo H04-5-6 Weekley Hulloing. Ofllcc Phono 429 Ucoideneo Phono 149. ?Dr. Lillian L. Carter Osteopath 212 Bleckley Bldg. Phone 168. Residence 318. Dr. L. Carl Sanders (Associated With Hr. J. O. Sanders) Office Bleckley Bldg. Phone 329. Residence Phone 149. Dr*. C. Singleton Breedin Office In S. Mary'n Hospital North Anderson. Honrsi 3 to 10, 12 to 8 nnd 6 to 9. Chisholm, Trowbridge Ac Saggs DENTISTS Mew Theatre Br?diag VV. WMtoerSL C. GADSDEN SAYRE Architect 40MGB Bfa&fep Bc0dbg ' ?ndcreoo. S. C b hcadqtMurters for good, things to eat. Try some of oar Old Time V- " ".' " . ? - Pork Sausage, Nica Juicy Steak, ?ggg Ftotk Chops, Fine Fat Veal? We are all reaJy getting oysters fa* ' U yoa con*4 decide what you we^ ph^e 694 ajrid we will help yoa to Jedda. .: LILY WHITE MARKET, Ja W. lindsay, . Proprietor. - ' ?5S? fl PROPER LIGHTS FOR YOUR CHILD'S EYES. THESE . ELECTRO...

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