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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 19 October 1915

IG HPLtJEOIG?IEO Many Prominent Members At tended C?r?monies--Cost Two Million. Washington, Oct. 18.-Tho new two million dollar Masonic temple, head quarters of thc Supremo Council of Scottish Lite Freemasonry for tho Southern Jurisdiction of the United Staten, which a!?o IH called Thu Mol'. er Council of the World, was dedicat ed hare today with elaborate cere monies and in tho presence of a large assomblago of distinguished Masons from many parts of tho country. The sttttoly stractiiro fashioned af ter Ute famous mausoleum erected for Klng Mausolua by Queen Artemisia ot HalicarnassuB-one of tho seven wonders of the ancient world, ls unique among tho many magnificent buildings in tho national capital, lt has been under construction since lull when ground was broken. It stands on Sixteenth Street about ono mlle from the Wihlto House on the capital's finest boulovard and in a section of tho city wboro many of thc cation's moat celebrated public mea '.lavo lived during their public se...

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. — 19 October 1915

Palmetto Tli?ate TODAY Weber and Fields Musical Comedy Company Presents "HOKY POKY" MOVIES FOR TODAY "THE HOUSE WITH NOBODY IN IT" Time Keel llnllto. WE OPEN AT 3 AND 7 P. M. NOW. BIJOU THE?TE1 TODAY "A MOTHER'S ATTAINMENT" Three Keel Hex Feature. "THE DIAMOND FROM THE SKY" "THE VENGEANCE OF GIODO" I'owers. Hereafter We Will NOT Close for Supper. BIJOU THEATSU Week of Nov. 18th. V * ??Jv *C?-> EUROPEAN HYPNOTIC SCIENTIST ANDERSON THEATRE FRIDAY NIGHT, OCT. 22 MANAGER TROWBRIDGE GUARANTEES JOHN C. FISHER'S GORGEOUSLY STAGED MUSICAL HIT ?5 ? Rose .iTiTn MARGUERITE DE VON ORIGINAL FISHER COMPANY * WORLD'S GREATEST DANCING CHORUS Hgff?g|? AND STUNNING BIG ENSEMBLE : PRICES-Lower Floor $1.50. BAL. $1.00-7*^0* V, ' '.,;.V.'''': ' Seats Go On Sale Monday; TOMORROW :;?r(WED N ES DA Y) i? Wo wilt rv?;* supplement containing pictures of the different entries sn the state-wide beauty contest land the coupon each of which entitles thu holder to 100 votes. These coupons most be clipped and ma...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 20 October 1915

'?r''\-1 V I ?pf ? ? ? .-vt. ' I M VOLUME II. y--mmmmm ANDERSON, 3. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 20, 1915. NUMB RR 241 POSSE iNva ff OUTLAWS WRECKED TRAIN, KILLED THREE MEN AND WOUNDED FOUR U. S.TROOPS ARE , PURSUING IBAN?IT S ;. . ? * - . . iyii ? Seventy-five Mexicans Tore Up Rails to Wreck Train and ! Burned Trestle Nearby . to Aid Escape. Brownsville, Oct. 10.-Ten Moxl . cans were put to death today - by a posse of citizens for alleged complici ty .in tinr hilling of three Americans and the Wounding of four others aboard a St. Louis, Brownsville and Mexico passenger train nebr hero last night. The posse and United States troops continued the pursuit of mem bers, of Ute bandit'band tonight. \ The death' of Dr. E. S. McCain, deputy state health officer, who was shot tn a train compartment, v/here ?hp had.taken refuge, brpug?t number ot dead to three. All wounded ?re, expected to: recover. . 'Four Mexicans, -.- members of the band of seventy-five which wrecked tho train, were han...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 20 October 1915

CLASSIFIED tH_ . -| , , - . COLUMN WART ADYKBTI8ING BATES Twenty-five words or le?. Ono Time 26 cents, Three Times 60 cecte, Six Times $1.00. All advertisement over twenty five words prorata for each Ad ditions! word- Katoa oa 1.000 words to bo used in rs month made on application. No advertisement taken for lees than 26 cents, cash in ad vance-. It your name appears io tho telophone directory you can tele phone /our want ad to 321 and a ybill will bo mulled niter its in sertion for prompt payment WANTS WANTED-400 Sovorolgn coupone. WU! pay market prlco-50 cents per hundred. Apply to J. H. Loyleaa, caro Tho Intelligencer. 10-20-lt. WANTED-Ono second hnnd Ford runabout must be in good condition. Address Ford, Box 73. 10-17-3tp. TYPEWRITERS-300 now, rebuilt, shop-worn and socond hand typo writers, all makes $10.00 up. Easy tormo if desired. Tell us what you want. J. E. Craytou & Co., Charlotte, N. C. C. C. Dargan. Local Repre sentative. 10-7-18t WANTED-You to know that I sm this s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 20 October 1915

There is nothing nicer as a gift, nor one that will be ap preciated more than a solid gold ott ring--set with any one of the many beautiful stones that we have in stock, ready to slip on ber finger. From $2.50 to $15. We also carry a splendid .as sortment of Signet and Emblem rings that uro Just the thing for a genticssSB. .>.And ihe.p??cw ia most reasonable.' Wm. LYON The Cash Jeweler. > >?.?'-vi w?W?m Do Not Give Up The germ of great ness is in every man, but we fall victims of a r r-e st e d develop ment. Be up and do ing-Save the Dimes -here's the safest and surest way t o -happiness; Save a .Dime a Day. We have one o f these Pocket Banks for YOU? es? * -j?, 3' ?HIQHESTEB S PILLS Vue^' TUE l?t AMUNO BRAND, /v -issus; ' A?U J*"* BrtlMttrW , LLjQRk rill? ID Bril ??J Cold VISCID BY DRUGGISTS EV?R?WHERg PIEDMONT ? .NORTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY Condensed Fa?Gonge? Schedule ICS active Jone 6.. lMfcV ty m No, ai.. No, 83.. No. 3D.. No>S7.;\ NO.V3D:. Novel X No, 43,? No. 45;^ No...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 20 October 1915

Rtt*ABLItfMK?) ?MI. Publia bea o very mura lu 3 except l?onday by The Axidersna Intelligen cer at KO Weit Whitney Street, An lernon, 8. 0. SEMI-WEEKLY INTELL?OENCSK Published Tuesdays and Friday? I4. M. GLENN.... Editor and Mannger Motored uo eecond-clnaa matter April 28. 1014, at tho post offlco at Andoraon, South Carolin?, under ?he Act of March 8, 187?. iBaOC?ATE? PItlCSO DISPAT'JHEB Telephon? .Sil ftOBHtiUirTIOIf ItATKB DAILY mia Year .i&.uo Bis Months .2.60 Three Months . 1.26 Ca? Month.42 On* Week .10 8 EMI-WEEKLY Od? Year .11.60 tau'Months . . 76 The Intelligencer ls delivered by .arriero in the etty. Ir&ff at iii* printed ?MH>> on your -saper. The date thereon shows wher. ! :) subscription expires. Notice dat?* . ott label carefully, and If not correct ?Iraae notify us nt once. . - Subacrlbers desiring the addreta of their paper changed, will please atate la? their oemmunlratton both the old and new addressee. To insure prompt delivery. com plaints of non-deliv...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 20 October 1915

Come to Us for Your Saturday's Dinner Next Saturday, October 23rd, we will ha . s Fresh Green Spinach, Green Peppers, Patrsnipe, Egg Plants, Lettuce Heads, Celery, Cranberries, Sweet and Irish Po tatoes, Cabbage, Turnips, Onions, Coconuts, Apples, Bananas and other Fruits. Fresh Country Eggs, Butter, Chickens, Turnips, Ducks, Geese and Guinea's. Pr?vostV Store SOUTH SIDE GROCERY CO. Phones 74 and 98 Yon Can Buy the ?ailus Kelly Place of 58 1-2 acres, two and a half miles above Belton at an attractive price now. Has new seven room dwelling, barn, out buildings, and orchard. This land is level, and every bit, except for about one acre, can be cultivated. In sight of electric car line, depot and Cheddar graded school. Anderson Real Estate & Investment Co. E. IL Horton, Pre?. Ii. 8. Horion, V. Pres. W. ?. Marshall, Secy. TO OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS Wc ore pleased to announce that wo are now In our new quar tera ut 135 North Ulalu Street where wc ure prepared to serve you better In ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 20 October 1915

li PROFESSIONAL CARDS ri . HENRY R. WELLS DENTIST Office r. & M. Handing Office 627-I'ltoncH -Ilesldeure CO Dr. C. Mack Sanders DENTIST Office 304-5-6 Weekley Building. Office Phono 429 Residence Phono 149. Dr. Lillian L. Carter Osteopath 212 Bleckley Bldg. Phones 168. Residence 318. Dr= L. Carl Sander? (Associated With Or. J. O. Sanders) Office Bleckley Bldg. Phone 329. Residence Phone 149. Dr. C. Singleton Breedin | Office in fit. Marj's Hospital North Anderson. Honra: 8 to 10, 12 to 8 anrt 0 to 0. GUanolm, Trowbridge & Saggs DENTISTS New Theatre Bn?da^ W. Wl?taer Se> C. GADSDEN SAYRE Architect 403.400 Bleckley Brit?ng Andenoau S? C NOSE CLOGGED FROM A COLD OR CATARRH Cream In NoMtifil. ?4 Ah! What >-?l??fl Yonr dbi nostrils opop right ap, tho air pru , cogoa of your hoad aro clear anet you can W^the ?^dyv- ,>io moro hawkr lhgv 8nan1^gA<^ac??8;-/':'d!sch^|ii? head-??he>j.drynesa-*4iOtjiQ&I^Ing- Sb? breath nt night, ^our bold" or, ?htrTrh Ia gone, s vy-"-...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 20 October 1915

Operation -Not Needed Mr?. W. A. Barnes, who lives ID Ballard? Calif., has sont to the Plans laboratories a very strong endorsement of Fruitola and Traxo. lo her letter, Mrs. Barnes sayst "Doctors say gall-Btonos cannot bo cured without an operation, costing much money as well as un necessary suffering. , I am cured, I know, and thia is proof positive, and my friends know that such ls tho case." ? . Frnltola Is a powerful lubricant for the Intestinal organs, soften lug tho hardened particles that cause so much suffering and expel ling tho congested waste In an enBy, natural maimer.. .A single dose is usually sufficient to clearly indicate Iis cfilcucy. Truxo Is a splendid tonio alterative that ucla on tho liver and kidneys, stimu lates the How of grastle Juices to aid digestion, and removes bile from thc general circulation. Traxo should be taken three or four times u duy following a dose of Fruitola to strengthen and restoro Clio weakened, run-down system. For the convenience cf th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 20 October 1915

ti Q Tfoeafar TODAY THREE REEL VITAGRAPH SPECIAL ONE REEL ESSANAY COMEDY PaJmcsiltt? Thooto TODAY Weber and Fields Musical Comedy Company Presents "POUSSE CAFE" MOVIES FOR TODAY "THE WOMAN, THE LION AND THE MAN" Two Ucol Drams. "CON THE CONDUCTOR" Hereafter flu? "Broken Coin" Serial Pl?tora Will Be Shown nt The Bijou Kvery Wednesday. There Will Ho n New Four Heel Charles Chaplin nt The Bijou ThurHday WE OPEN AT 3 AND 7 P. M. NOW. BIJOU THE?TE] TODAY . BROKEN COIN" A MILLIONAIRE ? FOR A MINUTE" ( . J o her Comedy. "THE FAIR GOD OF SUN ISLAND" Three Keel (Jeld Seal. Be Sore to See thc Chorley Chaplin Four Reel NEW Comedy Hero Tomorrow. The Brykeir, ijoln W.lH ile Shown Hereafter nt Thia Theatre on Wed :\ nesdnys Instead of Thursdays ns Before. Hereafter We Will NOT Close for Supper. J ;THEATR] Week o? Nov. 18th. EUROPEAN HYPNOTIC SCIENTIST ins Tomorrow TOMORROW night of thc theater named below bc^ns tb? most fascinating etory of love and ddventuro ev** Written. lt fe admirable, charmi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 21 October 1915

VOLUME II. ANDERSON, S. C., THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER Li, 191S. NUMBER 24? VON HINDENBURG MAKING i PROGRESS IN THRUST AT RICA RUSSIANS ADMIT SITUATION IS BAD Russians at Southern End of East Front Striking Hard at > Germano. Lom!on, Oct. v 20.-Tho battle south of. Riga, where tho Gormans made progress in a new thrust at Bal tic port, and in Volhynla and Gajicla, -, where tho FjusslanB gained victories ore now ocnrpctlng la interest with Balkan opora'tions. Von Illndontiurg, who Is. \n com ? m'and south pt Riga Colas reported g reaching Dvina river and tho Russians admit tho situation ls serious. There ls again talk ot tho evacuation ot Riga by th?. military. General Ivanoff, at tho southern' end. of the. eastern front has been striking hard at -ti.Vo ? ornum forces ot Mlddlo Styr and all along tho fringe of Galicia is still held by the Russians. ' A It' ls reported tonight that the Aus trians have evacuated. . ?orno'.vltz, tho report finding some confirmation in ah Odessa despatc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 21 October 1915

CLASSIFIED i COLUMN! WAST ADVEET18IN? BATES I Twonty-flvo words or loss, Ono Timo 26 cents, Three Times 50 cents, Bix Times $1.00. AU advertisement over twenty five words prorata for each nd ditlonal word. Kates on 1,000 words to be usod In a month made on application. No advertisement taken for less than 26 cento, cash In ad vance. If your naroo appear? In the telephono dlroctory you can tele phone your want ad to 321 and a i bill will bo mailed after Its in gj sertlon for prompt payment. " ?????m.mun" WANTS WANTED-400 Sovereign coupons. Will pay market price-GO cents per hundred. Apply to J. II. I-ioyless, care The Intelligencer. 10-20-lt. WANTED-Young mnn hook-keepor that understands double entry book-keeping. Address Hos 4G0 In own handwriting. Hinting exper ience yon havo had, and salary wanted. 10-21-:it. TVrEWBITEBS-300 now, rebuilt, shop-worn and socond hand type writers, all makes $10.00 up. Easy terms if desired. Tell us what you want. J. E. Cravton & Co., Charlotte N....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 21 October 1915

FAR VHA01 ^ rr\\ 1 FAP -rx? . il .,-4.; .. ' Choice Designs. High Class Workmanship. Elegant Finish. mt H I f^^JlT . The very best it is possible to make. These goods .will please you.*- * Anderson, S. C., Belton, C. . ?Sreenville, S, C toft .. " '. . , ,-? '- ?'. .), ~? . ?. ? ' . D '&mte *M ? V i-!---r Mr;?** D i LS A ? V T H I Kl O G LEA N s, POLISH E S EVE RYTHIN G PREVENTS HUST EVERYWHERE MMR .i^?SLf1^ I?*0 ?Wvw? a ?ft cTotli It layaidof chsc&a cloth tia bcitcsd cheapest . >. Nsw votfk ?J?^??j4-.i'i.':-,j'i..iii,'.11 1 '*&??^?ER5TE fDE :VON . ?*ftt<i. Go, Ott Sate Monday, SOCIETY f w Turkey Dinner. There will bo u turkey dinner serv ed by tho Senior Phllathea dar s of I tho First Presbyterian church next Tuesday, tlie place to be announced | later. Mrs. J .E. Cochran and Miss Mat th* CocUran cf Abbeville ure tho] guests of Mfrs. A. G. Cochran. Mrs. S. W. Pago will return to her home in Greenwood (Iiis morning] after a visit to Mrs. J. W. Qunttlc baum and Mrs. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 21 October 1915

THE INTELLIGENCER ESTABLISHED into. Published ?very morning except Monday by 'ilia Anderson Intelllgeu eer at 140 West Whltner Street, An deraon, u. 0. BttMI-WEEKLY INTELLIGENCER Published Tuesdays and Friday? L. M. GLENN....Editor and Manager sintered as acCuuil-clas? matter April 28, 1914, at the poBt office at Anderson, South Carolina, nuder the Act of March 3, 1870. ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCHES telephone.921 SUBSCRIPTION KATES DAILY One Year .18.00 Sta Mouthe .2.60 ?Tiree Months .1.25 tine Month.? .43 Ona Week.-j -19 SEMI-WEEKLY One xeor ......91.50 fitz Months.76 The Intelligencer la delivered hy ?anders In the etty. Look at the printed label on your .aper. The date thereon chows when the subscription expires. Notice date on label carefully, and li not correct vlease notify us at once. Subscriber* desiring the address of ttieir paper changed, will please state tn their communication both the old and new addresses. . To Insure prompt delivery, com plaints of non-delivery In the e...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 21 October 1915

UG?NEI^VERETT?^L verythi?gJL^verybody Phone 56 269 Greenville Fresh California Peaches, prunes, apricots, currants, citron, raisins, cocoanuts, soil shell English Walnuts,'just arrived. Try one glass of Pure Fruit Preserves: strawberries, raaf herries, blackberries and red cherries; we have the same flavors in jams. Fresh Cheese for Wednesday and Thursday at, per tb. .... (Limit 2 lb to customer) 4 cakes Clean Easy and 3 cakes Octagon Sa DP 6 boxes Spotless Cleaner, with a Jiffy Bath Bruah FREE. 20c 25c 25c Phone 56. ?cod Service. Moderate Prices and Quick Delivery. ? I ff CAPITOL PARK Hom AbtolDt.lv New ?ad Strictly Modem WASH I NGTON Opposite Capitol and Union Station H C Renowned for its High Service and Low Rates. EUROPEAN PLAN Room p?day without bath $l.SO csJ op Room pa d.y with bath $2.00 All Rooms Outside . Booklet for the asking W. T. KNIGHT, Montfer. AT THE BIJOU THEATRE EVERY WEDNESDAY. SPECIAL ROUND TRIP FARES % COLUMBIA, S. C. . ACCOUNT OF STATE FAIR yla ||||* ~ SOUTHER...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 21 October 1915

CHARLEY CHAPLIN -in=^= "AMBITION" "The Campbells Are 99 Four Reel B.U.F.Drama featuring Advance Prices Q U il ?niii iftifi, TODAY "AMBITION" Four Beel I'liarloy ('liu|iilii. Thin In u Ilrund Sew Comedy. It Will Nuke Yon Laugh Immoderately. "THE CAMPBELLS ARE COMING" Four Herl II. V. F. inania, Fniturlng Crace Cunard and Frunces Ford. "Broken Coin" Will Ho Herc Every Wednesday Instead of Thursdays. Hereafter We Will NOT Close for Supper. BIJOU THEATRE TODAY Week of October 18 EUROPEAN HYPNOTIC SCIENTIST Palmetto THhi?afef< TODAY Weber and Fields Musical Com . j Company Presents "WHIRLvKalG" MOVIES FOR TODAY i "BUSY IZZIE"-Two Reel Star Drama. "THE LITTLE LIFE GUAViD"-Beauty. Ile Sure to See the Charley Chaplin Four Keel Scream at Thc Dijou TODAY. The Broken Coin Evory Wednesday Bercaftor at The Bijou. WE OPEN AT 3 AND 7 P. M. NOW. TO D AY CHARLEY CHAPLIN "THE WOMAN" In 2 Parts THREE REEL VITAGftAPH ONE REEL COMEDY .SATURDAY "MY OFFICIAL WIFE" Rcisor^sTonsorial Parlors tt? The Pric...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 22 October 1915

V- V. ANDERSON, S. C., SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 9,1915. ._._ Wt NUMBER 232. HAVE DRIVEN WEDGE BE TWEEN SERBIANS AND ALLIED FORCES S?LONIKI-NISH RAILROAD GUT Vori Hindenberg ia-Qply Dozen J Miles From Riga-Germans Repulsed in Champaigne. . h-~ Loudon, Oct, 21.-Although it waa expected that.tho Austro-German on slaught ,qn. Serbia from ,tho non, ? would bp tho most formidable , tho Bulgarian attack through tho valley? from tho cast, cuting the Saloniki Nish railroad and driving a wedgo between'thu main Serbian army and tub Anglo-French forces landed at Saloniki; is proving tho most dan gerous. Another force of Bulgarians ap proaching Kumanova, threatens tho only remaining railroad branching off at Uskup and running up thc western border of Serbia. The Gorman attucks in Champaigne havo boon repulsed, but von Hinden burg in his. attack on Pilga, bas reach ed Ola!,- .only a dozen miles south. Tho Gcrpaan front offensive extends sovjenty miles a-d its. flank rcachos .tho Dvina river t'nr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 22 October 1915

CLASSIFIED COLU WANT ADVERTISING BATE? Twenty-Aro words or less, One Time 26 cents, Three Times SO cents, Dix Times |1.00. All advertisement over twenty five woi** ; prorata for each ad ditional word. Rates on 1,000 words to ho used in a month made cn application. No advertisement taken Cor less than 25 cents, cash In ad vance. It your name appears In tho telephone directory you can tele phone your vant ad to 321 and a hill will bo malled aftor Its in sertion for prompt payment. WANTS WANTED-Twcnty-fivo men old or young to cull and see mu ut No. 30G Murry Ave. If you want to make $16 per day cull Hat unlay. A legiti mate buslnoBn proposition. Do not call until .Saturday. J. T. Ken dall. 10-22-lt. WANTED-400 Sovereign coupons. Will pay market price-GO cents per hundred. Apply to J. H. Loyless, caro The Intelligencer. 10-20-lt. WANTED-Young man book-keeper that understands double entry book-keeping. Address Box 456 In own handwriting, stating exper ience you Lato had, and salary wante...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 22 October 1915

'n'U Jj' ,M jin ". _"l "I Mill ll' ii'ii'wuijwiij*' ra ->t S hi aire recomn^pidinff opr 104-0 P^^ll^^^^J whe#t and oats this fall when you sow it. j This will give it stalk and grains in fte head, and that it what you want in grain. If you will sow five acres in wheat and five in oats this fall, after preparing the land well ?ntl fertilizing it well with either of these goods, you will find it advantageous. The 10-2-J-0 is an especially fine goods for grain. Let us hear from you. Anderson Phosphate & Oil Co. Anderson, South Carolina. SPECIAL ROUND TRIP FAITES Ig??? COLUMBIANS. C. M <v"f\ ACCOUNT OF STATE FAIR . ^|||P SpiniffiRN ' RAILWAY In addition to regular trains special trains rf Ul ne ojjferated October 27 th fad 28th on the following schedule: ^ Bt Fare ? Lr. Anderson..... ..6:00 A. UL......W.40 : LT. Kelton V.. ...-'. ...5:80 A. M..4.10 LT. Honen Path.,5:50 A* M..9.W LT.- Donalds.0:00 A. JJ...8.76 LT. Shoals Junction ... ..... . .6:05 Ai M... .?.75 LT. Abbeville.5:...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 22 October 1915

THE INTELLIGENCER B&VABLI8?ED 1819. FnbllJlitd cvory morning exo6pt tooday by Tlie Anderson Intolllgen wv at 140 West Whitner Street, An dr/ '?on, S. 0. SEMI-WEEKLY INTELLIGENCER Published Tuesday? and Fridays L. M. GLENN....Editor and Manager Entered ae second-class matter Agrll 2?, 1914, at tho post office at Anderson, South Carolina, nader the Act of Marr-h ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCHES (telephone.821 SI^HCBIPTIOI? RATES DAILY One Year .86.00 Six Months .,. 8.60 SS?sfi i?cn?u? . 1.2G One Month.48 Ona Week ..* JO SEMI-WEEKLY On? Year .11.60 fis Months .76 The Intelligencer ls delivered hy ?arriero tn the city. Look at the printed label on your viper. Tho dato thereon shows when tbs oubscrlption expires. Notice date ea label carefully, and If not correct please notify ns at once. Subscriber* desiring the address of their paper changed, will please state tn their communication both tho old and now addresses. Vo insure prompt dollvery, tom ulslnts of non-delivery in thi city ut And...

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