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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 26 June 1914

2 Flus 2=3 No? Well, Read By MOSS. SO P fl 1 8T R Y 'fi wasn't wiped on" the map of roi? Honing over 2.000 y e a r s ??o, al though lt certainly deserved to Pe. The Sophists In undent 0reece, you remember, taught a false philosophy of life aud thiugs. their premises bel?g based on fallacy. They tried to muke two plus two equal three. The Sophists are not all dead. A few thrive today. t They argue of newspaper advertising: "Ob. I never buy anything widely advertised ur pstroni/.e men-bants who make a splash lu the newspapers. Their articles are el tuer Inferior or more cost ly beeuuse they have to include the cost of advertising." BOSH: As il mutter of fuet, advertis ing enables you to buy BETTER things ut CHEAPER prices. Through advertising thc sales ure I NC it BASED ten. twenty, fifty fold. The manufacturer or mercbaut Is tims able to sell BETTER and CHEAPER goods and Ktjll pay for bis advertising. This recognized BUSINESS FACT is backed up by the ex perience of successful busines...

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. — 26 June 1914

MR. FARMER: If you want Fam* Supplies, Osborne & Pearson's Saturday's RETIR ING prices save you money. y<iilHaled Oxfords for men liurefool Sandals for mell. I Tan ventilated Oxfords and barefoot Sandals for men $2.00 and $2.50 a pair Kur ibis very liol weather nothing I3 j more comforts ble than a pair of lh?i.e. GEISBERG BROS., SHOE COMPANY UNDf.R Al A S 0 N I C TEMPLE Shoes That Satisfy. Wouldn't it be fine for the chil di cu t<> paddie tn the brauch and play under big poplar trees. I hen Come To North Anderson m $5 Piatas ii Bifl Reduction and Up. jj FOR NEXT TEN DAYS .% jfcg "^&^S^^S[ *10 Gold Dt8t Platcs - , I fl? $7 Crown open face $5. ^^^*^>!!fj^^jP^l^j^?^^ Avoid Indigestion and I Improve your HEALTH xi ll by having ns FIX TOUR TEETH. DR; H. R. WELLS ?*tX). r^? ll ...Electrical Dental Parlors... yrown ll Over Fanners & Merchants Bank. W?^^^ ll Phone 527 Lady Altedannt * ELECTRIC CIT * _ * Items of Interest and Person * Wirebsa on the S Y. H. Dumiulrk'...

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 June 1914

VOLUME 1, NUMBER 120 Weekly, Established 1SC0; Dally, Jan. 13, 1914. ANDERSON, S. C., FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 5, 1914. PRICE FIVE CENTS $5.00 PER ANNUM ALBANIA IN WOHL STATE ?F ANARCHY AMERICAN MINISTER TO GREECE APPEALS TO THE POWERS PRAISES THE DUTCH Criticises Prince Wied and Says Five Governments Fail to Control the Principality (By Associated Presa.) Athens, Juno 26.-George Fred Wil liam:-, American minister to Greece, today sent to fLc newspapers a report of his investigation in Albania", where he went recently at thc order of the Mr. Williams rays that he considers the condition." in Albania anarchical, and he declarer the present regime Im practicable, owing to the antagonistic rivalries. Ho appculs to the powers to create a neutral etate. Thc report attributed to Mr. Wil liams denounces ar "a horrible crime" what thc powers arc doing in Albania. It does not even spare thc Prince of Weld, raying of him: "I found a prince calling himself king, with no powers, no territory and no...

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 June 1914

INTELLIGENCER WANT ADS. GET RESULTS WANTS? IViUltftl - Cow or flcld peas ol .til vari eties, name louts' prices mill wini . triples of what you have m offer. I P. Walters, i .a'?t ange. N. C. LOST LOST - Wednesday ii?gh? the 10th. In or between Anderson and Midland Shoals on Savannah river, one yel low folding pocketbook contain in?*, r> iheeku aggregating uliout ?- ISO. Ol). Reward if returned to W. W. Powell ut Chere (uni Bottling Co. Anderson, S. c. 0-13-tf. LOST on Interurban car hu t Sunday morning between Anderson and Greenwood, ?i bu'ucli tit keys with name, .lohn Kl I lott, 1122 Broad St.. Augunl a, Ca. Finder return to Olympia Candy Co.. Anderson, S. c.. nnil receive reward. FOR SALE For Stile If you want m?rale of soda for spot of future shipmen! lt will pay you to communicate with us before placing your Hitlers. Ilarby ? Co.. Brokers, Importers. Healers, al! fertilizers, Sunder, S. C. FOR RENT For Kent-The entire second * floor of the . Pepper building ph West Whitner ...

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 June 1914

Every going business has a backbone-an actuating principle, a sort of guiding star, as it were-which can usually be expressed in few words. With Brissey it is "SERVICE and QUALITY." VJe make it a part of our business to see that you get satisfaction-that you get just what you icant, when you want it-right in price and every other particular. ' :: BRASSEY LUMBER COMPANY. Good down to the last gurgle. It's ? fact "There's None So Good" 5c LOOK FOR THE 1-ABEL BOTTLED BY CHERO-COLA BOTTLING CO. ANDERSON. S. C. IN ICED BOTTLES ANYWHERE Wie Have Buggies V ? f . .. V 81 coming in. almo?* every ?day the tatest shipment being, a csu? of -C OLUMB? S Come in and let os show them. They are 1914 Models. We have a nice line of Pony buggies. j) J. a FOWLER I I A GOOD POLITICIAN ?M\ ONE WHO CAN TEIL I A BAND WAGQN J from a HE?.RS?. I Thia is equally true of a merchant, and to be I ruccessfuUse must exert constant violence to I keep on the commercial band wagon by harid- I Ung tho goods that arc the...

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 June 1914

THE AHDEHSON INTELLIGENCER Founded August ll, 1800. 120 North Malu Street ANDEKSON, S. %'. WILLIAM HANKS..Editor W. W. SMOAJ'?, - - Business Manager Entered According to Act of Cou g-.esa a? Second liuss Mall Matter ut tho PoutoMce ut Anderson, S. C. Member of the Associated Proas and Recelvlug Complete Dally Telegraphic Service, ?eml-Weekly Edition - fl. 50 per Year. Dally Edition - fG.OO per annum; S2.G0 for Six Mont IIB; $1.26 for Three Months. IN ADVANCE. A larger circulation than any other newspaper In this Congressional Dis trict. TELEPHONES: Editorial.327 HuHlnenH Offlco.321 Job Printing ------ 693-L Local News - -- -- -- - 327 . Society News.321 ' The Intelligencer is delivered by carriers io the city. If you fall to get your paper regularly please notify us. Opposite your name on label of your paper 1B printed date to which your paper 1B paid. All chocks and drafts should be drawn to The Ander eon Intelligencer. The Weather. Washington, June 26.-Forecast: South Carolina-I.o...

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. — 27 June 1914

COLUMBIA WINNER IN SHELL RACING Pennsylvania Was Second in the Race and Cornell Took the Third Place (By Associated Pres?) ,, " VT mile ... teat uro event of the anual intercollegiate re gatta here laid today .bfjef ?vfhri?Hng race, by one length, S? [ Pennsylvania; was second; Cornell tlilt0; Syracuse fourth; Washington fifth and Wiscon sin last. i 3 ?. j ?>. Tho start was mud? .at'*: 55 under-: perfect weather and water conditions. The Blight widd had rii$A*W:>^tU the river was! hare{yj,ir(pn'led: The tide had turned) and wasi Tunning down the course strenger ' ad the minut?s pasred. The first start was spoiled by a Cornell oarsman Jumping hs slide and tile crewfe were recalled. It was G;57 when they finally got away with Pennsylvania setting the pace. At the mlle, Cornell was a quarter of a length behind Pennsylvania with the ether crew lapped. Wisconsin was fading fast. : At the two mile mark, Pennsylvania, Cornell and Columbia were still lapped and the Quakers had but a s...

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. — 27 June 1914

Yesterday's Results Al Cufl'iif) 'ti Aiiilcrsoii T. Al tirrell ?III? ?: S|MirtiinliurK 12. IN THE REALM OF SPORTS Anderson's Score is Perfect Where They Play Today Andel ?.HI at (iai'fiicy. S|iurtnnl>nrR ut Iii ccu lille. GAFfNEY LOST A SECOND TO HOME BOYS SCORE WAS 7 TO 5 Third Game of the Opening Se ries Will Be Played This Afternoon (?affney, June 20.- Anderson rap tured the second game here thia after noon by a score of seven to five. For the first faur Innings th? visitors had it ail their Way, piling up the seven tallie: ti.'ih ?i won the game, lu thu laht lij.il ol the I hird Gaffney chang ed pitchers, which put an end to tho visitors' scoring, by pitching superb ball. The first Inning., resulted in nous? eggs fur euch side; In the second Au derson sec ur eu tour runs and In the third une. Gnfftiey made one run in the third; In the fourth the visitors completed their acorjug by send two men around the circuit. Gaffney scored once in the sixth and three times, in the eighth...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 27 June 1914

WHY MCLAURIN QUIT GUBERNATORIAL RACE "Sinbad'' Writes of the Conditi ons in the Faction, one- Say? That He Lacks a Whole Lot cf A drniring Captain Richards bailor The Intelligencer: In giving this statement to the press, lt is my purpose to show why Senator McLaurin should not and did not uselessly enter the gubernatorial race as a vicarious sacrifice ?hereby unworthy aspirants to high office would I'eneflt' by the expenditure of his campaigu fund, and his ability as a cam paigner. And also to, show why no true Bleasc man when fully informed, or anti, either for that matter, can afford to vote for John Q. Richards unless, indeed, the are prepared to honor the memory of Benedict. Arnold and defend thc act of Brutus. First, twelve candidates for one office and thc short time allowed (.ach, 1B ridiculous, for no man can possibly diseuse thc issue, much less make a defense of Governor Blcascs' official record as a Bleasc candidate should bc able and willing to do in twelve or fourteen m...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 27 June 1914

I ?70R TDD4Y OAJT V A T^enty-five pound sack of "ROYAL" FLOUR for only /Ifi^ I .*? *^Xx ^yj^xx. ? K^/l > J-/ J. "~~ As /ona as tfiey /ast and they won't Jast long at this price V^^ I GOING OUT OF BUSINESS-GROCERIES AT LESS THAN COST I j I This is a Straight, Genuine, Closing Out Sale and it will Pay You to Stock Your Pantry "j I 'rhone 829 JOHN A. M'GILL Thone 829J you ...THEATRE TODAY'S PROGRAM. ? THF, JU lt M Xi TK.UX Malia i\ three reel sensational fea ture Thrilling scenes UH I ho flame enveloped train plunges no beyond thc ?ontroi of th? engineer, whoso levens arc broken Sensational leap hy lite actress mother Hom a high lr;|p<;ti? to thc grotto ! as sin- hearst lin' volet! ol' her chilli, ami many other exciting incidents. I Nt Li: SAM IN MFXIUO Victor, extraordinary ?cell?;? taken hy the Universal special war photo grapher showing the operations of tho I". S. troop:' lo and around Vera Cruz. t'omlng Monday .Chelsea 77?tr 4 reel Famous Players detective story. Coming Tue...

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. — 28 June 1914

VOLUME 1, NUMBER 139. ff??,. E.toUlW,! 186Q, D.n" J?g mi._ ANDERSON, S. C..SUN?AY MORNING, JUNE 28, 19M] PRICERVE^E^rs Spat Upon Telegram Handed Him By the County Chairman BOLD SPEECHES FEATURED DAY The Voter? of Bamberg Were! Boisterous, Applauded and Hissed Each Speaker In Turn Special to Thc Intelligencer. Bamberg, June 27.-More than 1.000 zealous partisan voters heard thc Uni ted States Senatorial candidates here today. At no other place vlfited in the campaign have preferential lines of cleavage ben so directly drawn or partisan strife ro rampant. Both Mesr.rB Jennings and Pollock, the post entrants, were well received. Senator Smith had a large and appreciative following in the audience. Governor Blease had many admirers, and his ad h?rants today were the most-' bois terous of any that have listened to the candidates thus far. That a large number of thc Bam berg, voters will remain In the, "ma jority which I already have," was not questioned today ar the governor's followers r...

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. — 28 June 1914

INTELLIGENCER WANT ADS. GET RESULTS WANTS Agent > ! ;| L'VtTj !.>.. :. !'.. i Hin? lmil;.> li- l i : iii. !. . -:?.l .i M I .. . Larg.- dcm: cl I >r good . >2.? in .*".u a week. Sm cr i :iie;r.urcd. Invea (fKiltu lodui Southern >'.,. cully ( o . Mox W. CK ? II v|ll?; S. ? '. Wanted -Cow ..r Ucla pen? <>s* i'll var! cfics. linnie ?'iv eal prices it Hil semi Bain plus of whal yon have io offer. J. JP. Wallers, .Lagrange. X. C. WANTF.I? Hoarders fur UP rummer on Sullivan': Island, mut iou 2.!,' "The Helen" Audre; i .Mr . Hoheit Singleton, S?ati'.ii _:. Sullivan'.1 I lund. S. c. LOST J.OST--WYdiio: cJ.-.v night th" Kith, lui or between Anderson and Midland! Shoals on Savannah river, one yoi-1 low folding pocketbook containing ? checks aggregating about $'2,180.-1 ?b. ftuwnrd ir returned io W. W. ' I'owell at Caere dna nottling Co. Anderson, t?. < '. 6-13-tf I 7 FOR SALE j Fer Sale-If you want nitrate of nodal for spot or future shipim-nt il will: pay you to co...

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. — 28 June 1914

j JOHN A. M-GiLL~Qoir|g Out Qf Business-JOHN A WW- S I GROCERIES AT LESS TH AN COST S . (BEIT?R GET 'EM WHILE THEY LAST.) ^Thone829 s LAST CALL 'Phone 829J Yesterday's Results At tireen ville .*?; Spartunburg 8. At Caffner*AuderKoiii rain. The Fight Went khe Scheduled 20 Rcunds Without Either Man Being Floored I I Paris, Juno 27.-Ja-k Johnson, the rcavywelgbt champion fighter, tonight retained the jtjtle by defeating Krank Moran, of Pittsburgh, In a 20 round contest on points. There was plenty of hard hilting on the part of Johnson but not u single knockdown, or any thing that looked like a finishing blow. Moran's face waH bleeding from cut* on the nose pud under the left eye; Johnson showed no murks. Towards the end of the right th/ crowd jeered a good deal at some of tactics or Moran who hung frequently on Johnson to save himself. When the gong rang Referee Carpenter im mediately announced Johnson os Ur: winner. Spencer Eddy. former American minister to Argentina, sat near the rin...

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. — 28 June 1914

THE AN8ERSQN INTELLIGENCER Founded August 14, I860. ISfi Nuri li ?lulu Street .ANDERSON, S. C. WILLIAM ' HANKS,.Editor W. W. SMOAK. - - Business Manager Entered According to Act of Con er, ess as Second (Muns Mull Matter* at the 1'ostollice ut Anderson, S. C. Member of the Associated Press and Receiving Complete Dully Telegraphic Service. Semi-Weekly Edition - $1.60 per Year. Dally .Edition - $5.00 per nnri-m ; $2.60 fo? Six Months; (126 for Three Mouthe/' / IN ADVANCE. A larger circulation than any other newspaper lu this Cougressional Dis trict. TELEPHONES : Editorial.327 Business Office.321 Job PrinUn?. * - r - - - 693-L Local :'itewa\V - - - - - - - 327 Society News.321 The .-Intelligencer ls delivered by carriers in the city. If you fall to get your paper regularly please notify us. Opposite your name on label of your paper ls printed date to which your naper 'ls paid. All checkB and drafts; should be drawn to The Ander son Intelligencer. , HAILY THOUGHT. In life's small things...

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. — 28 June 1914

Opportunity ! Opportunity! ! Opportunity ! ! / KNOCKING AT Y OUR DOOR PEARSON ALE THIS WEEK A Few More Left .We still have a few more of our $2.50 to $3.60 Oxfords and PunipB left that we are closing out at? $1.00 The Pair. Ladies with small feet can get some big values In th?se shoes. Your size may be in the lot. THOMPSON'S ? Business Man's View First of alt Life ?r?Bnrance Is peace of mind. 1 am a cloie Investor. At death, Imemdlate needs require immediate cash. - Life Insurance Is ready money. I am earning a good salary. Insurance will continue what death would end. Life Insurance ls the widow's salary. Creditors aro glad-I owe them while I live. Soon as I die they will want Jhelr money. Life Insurance pays debts* I may lire to earn and save n competence for old age. A large maJorUy-ol jnen do - not, .- Life Insurance- guar antees lt. My home ls mortgaged. If I Ure I eau pay lt. If not. the home wonld have to sro. Life insurance would save the borne,'=? **?:*..?...'---. '.. - .'t...

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. — 28 June 1914

The Only Way To Be Cool And Comfortably Hot Summer Months. ring The Make your home comfortable during the hoc summer days with a cool and refreshing breeze.. Also keep the flies away.. An electric fan can be carried about the house with ease. You can use it in th e dining room at meal time, in the kitchen before and after, then in the living room, and all night in the bed room at a cost of about 1-2 cent an hour. Call at our die play mom and see our line of electric residence fans an i a complete assortment of other electrical appliances for the home. SOUTHERN PUBLIC UTILITIES CO. ? WITH THJ Five hundred pouiuls of dynamite und 2.1)00 pounds of gunpowder will bo used lo blow up an island near Laguna beach in a motion picture to be pro rimed early next week by the Coi ver sal Film Company. Tin1 blowing up ol Hi- . i : a part of a film drama depicting r.cvcrul pjia.se.? of naval af filia which has its finale lu the de struction of fortifications in order lo prevent their falling into ...

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. — 28 June 1914

I The Only Way To Be Cool And Comfortably Buring The I ! Hot Summer Months. I j Fyi J Ice your home comfortable during the hot summer days with a cool and refreshing breeze.. Also keep the flies away.. An electric fan can be carried ins I ! You can use it in th e dining room at meal time, in thc kitchen before and after, then in the living room, and all night in the bed room at a cost of j i ! Call at our dh play room and see our line of electric residence fans an i a complete assortment of other electrical appliances for the home. ! I SOUTHERN PUBLIC UTILITIES CO. | WITH TH Five hundred pounds of dynamite and 2.000 pounds of gunpowder will lo used lo blow up an island nour Laguna beach in a mot iou pit t ure lo lie pro duced farly next week hy'Hie Univer sal Film Company. The blowing up ol tlc . i a part of a Him drama depicting several phases of naval af fairs which bu? its linnie lu the de struction of formications in order lo prevent their falling into the hands of un alien nati...

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. — 28 June 1914

IA PAGE OF HOT WEATHER NECESSITIES! I This Page is Devoted to the Many Different Articles Which Tend to Make the Hot Weather of the Summer Months Bear?ble. | I This Page will be Published Once Each Week During the Summer Months and Will Contain Suggestions and Special I 1 Bargains From Week to Week, Be Sure and Rear* it. It Can Solve the Problem of Keeping Cool. 1 HOT WEATHER DIET Vt Watermelons Canteloupes .vt. And All Kinds of Fruits J. iL To make the summer pleasant let B. O. Evans & Co., lit you from head to foot iq light weight EVERYTHING in men's wear. j Here are a number of things that will add to you peace of mind during; the hot days. Straw hats, $1.50 to S4. Panamas, S 5 to S7.50. Fancy and white wash ties, 25c and 5 oe. Manhattan and Eclipse Shirts in Madras and Percales $1.50 and S2. Silk S3.50. Eclipse Shirts SI and S1.5o. Soft or laundered cuffs. Palm Beach Suits, $7.5o, S8.50 S lo. Cravennetted Mohairs, S15, S18 S20. Underwear, tv/o-piece 5oc and Si. Wilson Bros. ...

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. — 28 June 1914

A PAGE OF HOT WEATHER NECESSITIES This Page is Devoted to the Many Different Articles Which Tend to Make the Hot Weather of the Summer Months Bear?ble. ? This Page will be Published Once Each Weet During the Summer Months and Will Contain Suggestions and Special I Bargains From Week to Week, Be Sure and Read it. It Can Solve the Problem of Keeping Cool. '-:-?---^-?_-_ ti HOT WEATHER DIET Watermelons Canteloupes And All Kinds of Fruits J. K. ?: i ,.V7 To make the summer pleasant let B. O. Evans & Co., tit you from head to foot in light weight EVERYTHING in men's wear. Here are a number of things that will add to you peace of mind during the hot days. Straw hats, $1.50 to $4. Panamas, $5 to $7.50. Fancy and white wash ties, 25c and 5oc. Manhattan and Eclipse Shirts in Madras and Percales $1.50 and $2. Silk S3.50. Eclipse Shirts $1 and $1.50. Soft or laundered cuffs. Palm Beach Suits, $7.5o, $8.5o $10. Cravennetted Mohairs, $11'}, $18 $20. Underwear, two-piece 5oc and $1. Wilson Br...

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. — 28 June 1914

I BIG BUSINESS IN THE AIRTI S Not the kind President Wilson has been wrestling with; but P I Osborne & Pearson are Going to Do It I jl Seu* out: l?ck< stock and barrel their entire $ 75,000 stock ff 7 PALMETTO THEATRE .'. * TOMORROW'S PROGRAM TOMORROW IS "FUNNY DAY" AT THE PALMETTO "THE GREAT TRUNK MYSTERY" ...Lubin This is a rip-rcnring Lubin comedy with a laugh in every scene-two reels. The funniest thing that has ever been shown on thc screen in Anderson. "PUTTING ONE OVER". . Edison Another rich farce comedy. / ti fM "Af H?? EXPENSE" ... .Lubin1 Still another funny one. "It is to laugh" if you come to the Palmetto tomorrow / * AW w? FOUR BIG REELS EVERY DAY 10c. THE MAN THAT PUT THE "MOVE" IN MOVIES This bank is interested in every business and professional man and woman in this community, no matter how small their opera tions; If at present you have only limited means, ^ b u t character and h?stle we want to have you as a depositor and customer of this bank.' We are look...

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