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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 18 July 1914

8CENE FROM * " pcrlGnTFtAWKS" is c exccedlng ly drnmntlc nnd 'nteresting melodia nni dealing with a gang of political grufters who rely upon .darkness to cover their multitude of Ins. Francis Bushman Is featured In the leading part ' BUI Baiter, crook, and Jake Bent ley encounter Jorry Heft?r, who is try ing.to start u'hnt be believes'to be an automobile in "A Bargain Auto." The machine refuses to move, and the rob bers, offer him ?5 for it, with tho Idea of "stealing the town." They start to loot the bank, but Nancy Nugent In terferes nnd -Is promptly knocked down. The bank-clerks fall over ber as they chuso the robbers. The police arrive and try to use the machine for the chnse, but It won't go. i'he crooks get out of town, and Naney finds them ssleep. She binds them with strips of be>- skirt and. hnlllng a passlug auto, runs them, to the Jail. MRS. C?RMAN OUT ON $20,000 BAIL -7~ Is Temporarily a Free Woman ?Counsel Enters Plea of "Not Guilty" , (By Associated rPoso.) Freeport,...

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. — 18 July 1914

* Geisherg's MEN'S $6:50 Oxfords, now $6.00 Oxfords, now $5.00 Oxfords, now $4.00 Oxfords, now $3.50 Oxfords, now ^P9: Oxfords, now '$a?50 Oxfords, now ? ? m : W# Are That we know tl that you've read our tp show you the styl No Goods ( ^Geisherg Shoes That Satisfy 1 SN* 00 < j ?2*00 ' ?( '00 : VO/'?t> Watson avenue is the new street branching off from North avenue at the Southern end of "The Gut ty" and running almost due West. Remember?Watch the lot on the 4000tSxt?t end. I ? 0 0 0 O'O rr cro~Tro o o o o o o I Mrs. O. G. Shcrard, atore room. ? $3,000. BUILDING PKRMITS . o| FraQk ? ?eCamps. ?store room. $7. , o o ?Xe cfto O ?L ' " ^ ^A A-M. Sfrarpo, residence, $4,000. following is a ?et Of bulldog per- ? ? . w w gul|ivan _torft Ponm mtts Issued a? the clty*hall during tho' u a- * w* su,,,van. 8t?ro room fis't 30 days: ? 1*8.000. C. Dlckspat roeldence,- $8,000. j Mm. Eva Edwards, residence, $2. own &^JBBiefte(?#. BtorovrooinH> OOO. Kress & r'o.. store room, $30,000. ...

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. — 19 July 1914

GRAIN FESTIV^^ VOLUME 1, NUMBER 154 Weekly, Established 1860; Dally, Jan.13, 191?. ANDERSON, S. C., FRIDAY MORNING, JULY PRICE FIVE CENTS $5.00 PER ANNUM SURRENDER IS /THEIR DEMAND CONSTITUTIONALISTS ASK ! FOR UNCONDITIONAL BACK DOWN NOTHING ELSE! Anything But An Absolute Ab dication Will Not Be Considered - (By Associated Press.) San Antonio, Tex., July 18.?Noth-| ing short of absolute unconditional surrender of the federal government will be accepted by the Mexican con stitutionalists, according to Roberto V. Pesqucira, recently confidential agent of General Carranza in Washington, who reached Sun Antonio, today en route to Carranza's headquartere via | El Paso. "Carbajal 1b not,a neutral," said Mr. Pesquiera. "Hefte a Btrong Huertlsta and bis selection by Huerta as presi dent ad interim was in pursuance of a plan of tho Huertlsta cient?fico com missione to attempt to extort some sort of a favorable compromise from the constitutionalists. He was put in as part of Huerta's plan to ...

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. — 19 July 1914

- '? O W # I The RM Croi I Ali Emblem SSSS ?*???? Great Good = Whenever you see Tin 55 Cross; you know that it is SS Wem .of_iii.e?great est lumia SS !*#'?>* 5? tiiiioivon earth. The Uei SS 4 SS in Anderson is not exactly SB Hable* humane institution, I SS- may rest assured that it sta -S n ?PM SS something $ood. The he: S est dr)igs4 bi;st toilet article SS dies, t(iro*"drhiks and ice cr ? ? ? m tt . S a hohby with The Red Cr the square, ariti'mixed in w qualify of &tt?t'thcy sell, t! prietors and cferks of tlVis s drug etore and* fount, rendei vice above -reproach in c( and efficiency. For your h sake,-J|.j^lP-;perfcct contei with us^1 when sick Red Medicjr)if?,?When hot, tin thirsty/* Bed.Cross cold drin vi in ??' ice cream. ' *":? illlllllliillflllUUIlllUIIII ??msifiec f!-!-ttTT-ST; Want Advert r.<\ :)li;m Twenty-five worde or less, One SU Ttmes-'lltoei' ?? AU advertlacmont over twenty-fW word. Kales'on- 1,000 words to tlon. No ndver.^]appeal taken for lesa If your nam...

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. — 19 July 1914

Yesterday's Results At Anderson -12; Spartanbufg 4. At 'Greenville 9; Goffncy 6. Anderson Wi From WREAKED, VEN GEN ACE ON THE SPARTANS FOR THE LAST TWO DEFEATS watson in form Pitched Good Ball and Was Accorded Splendid Support .Yesterday Anderson got her revengo on-S?tur day afternoon whe sbe swamped the Spartans to {he tune of 12 to 4. The^ game was a pretty game, but th/s ^Aii- ? derson players took* the Interost^off the game by their slugging. "Theyj got 19 hits und made 12 runs. Childers got a homer in. ? sixth ( inning and scored three runs ahead of himself. Two and three^-b^se hits fea tured the game throughout. Dallard, an ex-A^-le^son outfielder, played third baso ami pitched for the ( Spartans* He dfd_- somewhat better \ than did Bridi??an. 'but. the Anderson players had. their hitting-clothes on and they o?ntiifued to hit Dallard at will. ? -ST 'r . They aTOook alike to Watson and he hit two'Hmes safely out of four times at' bat. ' The game was of a better class of ball th...

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. — 19 July 1914

TUE ANDERSON INTELLIGENCER Founded August i, IHM). 126 North Mulli Stret ANBF.HSON, S. C. WILLIAM BANKS. Edltor W. W. lsMQAK .. .. UusineesMaiiagcr Entered,.According to Act of Con gress uh Second V?a?? Mall .Matter at the Postollice at Anderson, S. <'. Mctnhcr of Associated Press nnd Receiving Complete Dally Telegraphic Service. Send-Weekly edition?$1.50 per Year. pally edition?15.00 per nnmim; $L'.fiO tor Six Months; $1.2fi for Three Months. IN ADVANCE. A lanvr^circulation than any other neWLiniaerfu this Congressional Dis trict TI M I'llONKS: Edil orlai. .327 BufcMswthD?loe.* 321 Job/Pencun?;.693-L LccaJr^v, . .327 Bociot> N?wa.321 TrTft^'frtMllgeiHer Is delivered by carriera., in ilu: <ii> if you fail to gety?tfVpnper re-ulail/ pieuse notify us." * Opposite your name on label of JfOAPApaper la prnted date to which your-phper is paid. All checke and drafts'should be drawn to The Ander BOn Jl/iolligcncer. Li The Heather. Washington, July 18.?Forecast: SMltli tkrolina? ...

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. — 19 July 1914

Mon ( EZL The Road Co Wealth Those- .who hu ve had their quarterly interest added to their Savings Account since July 1st arc. on the Real Knau ? t? Wealth. Our inter est periods are Jan. 1st, Apr. 1st, July 1st and October 1st. You con deposit at any time. We add the interest at fix ed periods. Tho young man who] spends less than he makes will have money) some day. The Havings Depart ment ot the Bank of Anderson The Strongest Bank in] '? . the County. YQUwantatninotyliehtime piece of feathery -weight ? - one that doean't make your pocket bul3e. i Ani. You want it to keep ac curate Ujae alto. Three, cuahtiee are rarely found in'one 'qmcpiccc. f?r thinnca? nn'J accuracy do) a>ot So liana in b?tta. Howe ver we have found one watch that rneeta every one of theae requircmcata. It M tfira* ' a?t?-T - ?L It* accuracy I a woo derful for ? watch ao thin. We poal iivcly jtunrahtec it to give you acce/Bla A&d.eurokle eer vicc. '?. ' ' Aa <o ita thin, smart appear nee?-well tomi In a...

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. — 19 July 1914

fi you realized to adopt Electr and iriaybe a doctor's i.-f 3? )? ? Sii ?iiiUli??! - -J .iwt?- ? ? lodili) iri(> What This Bank Can Do IM " '"? 9881 1 l?i To hela^y.oujn business: It can handle your banking trans actions' promptly. '?! '??sttre you safety for your funds. rsiimlitfiiQti ' 11 caji iuno: you money on approved collateral, ?t c?o,?n 'aWord, satisfy you. 0HMe*'V?ur acoimt with int; a iti Citizens National Bank ^ttsoaituilj ? Capital $185,000.00 The orily Bank in the County with Uncle s*>asirtrti Sam as a Partner. t? | flj-j'^ \ , M .,.?.??|| II I ?..? 1M?N'T BUY THAT BTOGY or WAGON MI? t ?? ? iri .' f " ?". ?it?? o?t Irin? ' . Cval WL > WmSE or MULE >? ?..'??? .! ? .. .... Until a have seen thp pues 1.have,for sale. It you want'the best, say Piedmont Buggy or fAiU burn wagpn ?eo P. Watson , , ...Sales Slaves... N. MeDUFFIE STREET ANHERSON, ?. C. 1 <l??ll-tiltl? ' ? ' -? _ _ _ . ~>(l Imi; 1.1 ?? :.ti.li ?|.|?? lt. ut l lui. ' H i vi R s a.l-x: \ rt .: Bos...

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. — 19 July 1914

SWfW FOR WO WORDS. The 'yi?Uok Usi'ir Uyitery" story unti '.AH fot tic cui s-t ici on-.ccutive trce.'.a ?n this piper, ily ti arrangement with the Thanhouser Ftitn company it ha$ been mude patulle ml ont;, to reu ih" story in this paper, tut alno to t?* it each weck in the t n n* vioiiiig picture limiter* l'or lite totu?on of i/il? myttery ?tury Slufi?ti vili he given. VOXDlTJ?.Ve aOVf?fiS'iXO TUB cos a . The prize of SluMt'O icill be won by the irati. teaman, or child itht urite? the moit acceptable solution of the mystery, from if/'" the lant Uto rcelt of motion picture drama trill be made and the lait two chapter*,,ni the ttory urittcn by Harald MacGruth, ' Solutions may be tint to the Than ho it ter mim corporation, either' at Chi cago or A'eio York, auy time up to mid' night, lieo. ij. They usi bear postofflce mark not inter than that \a. 'VIA.- allotot four weeks after the firtt apt ?arance of the latt film rclcasct and three xeeks after the latt chapter it publis'-ed in thlt ...

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. — 19 July 1914

They are certainly beauties?ha.e that style tractive color and pattern design that make tl pinary shirts. m Xp\i will find no trouble in selecting just wl Vt, < ) ? knc?fy every shirt will give you absolute satisf frajtcolor and extra care in the selection of l su^^Ou long service. ^rjriery Shirts?$1.00 and $1.50. ??rl & Wilson Shirts?$1.50 and up. tnterwoveix Hosiery? E. & W. Collars?Wil ?Stetson Hats. P a rk er ?? TnWOft? Price C/c ?anemw Like? Good music? A pleasant ride? Cool spring water? Air, with the fresh out-door feel to it? Then Come to North An derson this afternoon. Is It your ?yes or glasses to qaestlont Alright then don't I Reek further, Just see Be. I ' specialise on these troubles and' YiVrk? flAJkpfllB sstlHfaetion? ?DR. M. R. CAMPBELL ?lt?WBirfBhitner St. , il BAND CONCERT TODAY. I Will Be Olfen In The Fark at Nortl Anderson. "We had the largest crowd las! Sunday afternoon we have ovei hid.", .declared Mr. John W. Linie) when talking about the band conce...

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. — 21 July 1914

GRAIN FESTIVAL-ANDERSON-TODAY VOLUME 1, NUMBER 157 Weekly, Established 1860; Dally, Jan. 13, 191?, ANDERSON, S. C., TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 21, 1914. $5.00 PER ANNUM PRICE FIVE CENTS MME, CAILLA?X TELLS OF CRIME GIVES GRAPHIC ACCOUNT OF EVENTS PRIOR TO THE KILLING A WILLING WITNESS Gave Vivid and Thrilling Account of Incidents Prior to and of the Time of Crime (By Associated Press.) Paris, July 20.-iMm|. Henrietta Caillaux, wife of Joso Caillaux, once premier of Prance and former minis ter of (?nance occupied the prisoner's enclosure in thc Assize court at the palace of justice today and recited in a dramatic manner the circumstances leading up to the shooting on March 16 of Gaston Cal mette, editor of The Figaro, with whose murder she Is charged. Judge Lois Banel acted as president of the court; the. procurator general, Jules Hcrbaux, had charge of ,the prosecution, and Ferdinand Labor!, the noted advocate, who \va3 closely identified with tho Dreyfus case, was chief counsel for the ...

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. — 21 July 1914

Lflassiped 'HVant Advert TWcntMriyc word? or less. Ono T Six TIiiic.H $1 00. All lifTwmmnoiu ovvr twenty-flv< wortl.' l?alo:. o;i l.ftOU .ords lo Hon. No ndverli.-icni?'nt taken for loan i . ?.?i.'ir If your natue appears in the tele your iwAufc ad to 321 und a hill will prompt payment. f Oft SALE KA HM H MK SALK- For full Infor-j mutlon in regard to South, Cu., Its 1 farm1 lamas offered for sale by the; Ueorgin and Florida Farmers' Co., ? lnt|ulre for c. K. Key. Demonstra-! toP.?l.lvMIty/.Clcrlr's Ottice Anderson, ; S. C.. 7-18-1W - .? rt.n i.i ?" .-.- ! FOU SALK-Tin frlut cans in any ?lunnUty grorai J/J0? to 10.000. Quarts |2.ftttip<r.aUu)ndTcd; No 1. |2.00 per j hundred-, with order. John S. Cromer. Phone 41, Mil W. Market street, Anderson, S. C. KOK SALE-Monday we will have an other shipment cold storage Bliss and Ccronler Seed irish Potatoes. Will not have any more Lookout Mountain this season. Fur man Smith, S?ed?man, Phone 4C4. 7-1G-3? FOR SALK-Two secord hand Bow ing m...

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. — 21 July 1914

Yesterday's Results At Golf ney 7 arni 0. "... .... ... At Spartanburg 2; Green ville 7. v*. .'j , * .. ir ; I An E j > HIT THE PILL WITH A VEN GEANCE AND WIN EASILY ! ! YESTERDAY UNLUCKY SEVENTH At Least lt Seemed That Way Robinson Blew Up But - : Will Get Revenge Special to Tho Intelligencer: , Gnffney, July .iO-rr-Anderson - wont down lb .defeat before the Gaffney Game Cocks this afternoon .hy a. score of -7 to 0.. "Pot" Robinson on tho mound for tho visitors wont-to pieces I iii tho seventh inning, although tho game had already been won by the Gaffncyltcs, pushing one man across tho rubber and Dagerhardt holding the; visitors to threo scattered bits. The Local twirler, backed up by j Gaines, worked in superb form caus ing eighteen i the visit-.rn tb fan the j air when biting at his elusive benders. I Ogles by "starred in the field for the locals; taking Ju two attempted sacri fices in beautiful style. Robinson ex-? changed places with Graydon in .the flrat'half of the eighth....

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. — 21 July 1914

TUE ANDERSON INTELLIGENCER Founded" August 1. ISM. ISA North Main SI ret ANDKHSON, S. C. WILLIAM HANKS. Editor WW. SMOAK .... BuslnessManager Entered According to Ad of Con gress as Second ('lass Mail Matter at th? 1'ostotllce ut Anderson, S. c. Member of Associated Press and Receiving Complete Daily Telegraphic Service. Semi - Weekly edition-$1.60 per Year. , Daily edition --$5.00 per annum; $2.50 for Six Months; $1.25 Tor Three Months, IN ADVANCE. A liirgur circulation than any other neu:<u4ff.i>r In this CongreBBlonul D:s trlct. f? j X) J TFLLTHONKS? Editerai.327 Bus:.--*?? Office.'321 Job l'rl?i?: M..803-L Loeul NW .327 Society Ni .vs.321 The J n'telli.?(-ticer is delivered by enrriera In \U> city, if you fall lo get your paper regularly please notify as. Opposite you nuuiu on label of your.,pfcper is prated dute to which your paper ia paul. Al! checks and drafts snduld be drawn to Tho Ander son Intelligencer. . i Tho Weather ..Washington', July ?0.-Forecast: South Caro...

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. — 21 July 1914

THE FARMERS UNION TO MEET WEDNESDAY DELEGATES FROM ALL PARTS OF STATE EXPECTED VISif TO CLEMSON The Program Will Be Very Inter esting-National President Bar rett Is Expected The annual meeting ot the State Farmers' Union will be held in- this . city beginning Wednesday. J. Whit tier Heid, the state secretary, ls ex pected heretoday to make arrange . menta for thc delegates. E. w. Dabba ?f Sumter io st," tc president. A very interesting program has beeb arrang ed, including. a trip ; to' Clemson j Col loge. lt is expactcd that between 80 and 100 delegates will be hero from all parts of the state. . It ls said that tho Anderron meet ing will bo an Important ono. Many matters of great importance 1 tn tho members were left unfinished at tho meeting held lost year., and those, Tvlth'-n?w. matters; will be dlspf red of hero. Tho attenJ"iL'jij in, Anderson ti expected tq exceed thc. attendance at any former' meet lng of thc ; union;.. , , President Barrett, bf the naumai union is expected ...

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. — 21 July 1914

SCENE FROM "THE ?TpIIE ll 0 RS E WHANGLE" ls a fflfii fr "Miew western release, featuring *rl*9Mlrlain Cooper. It ls <?ne of the *t .sjprlos of the plains ever present ed, mid Miss Cooper handles her didi cult part extremely well. IftZaaMBfrfbQ Two Doctors." by Charles M. 'ZiZ'ZScay. The spirit lu which Alice mid Dr. Martin forgive Dr. Westerly for r, i-J't'4 "llf"lr Vestment of them strontdy -.hows their belief In returning goud -fur evil "(junhr.Miiu For Lena." by Torrey ll . /i-Fu?? Lelia lilmblcbcck had told Hans .II.>i. 'Shy would not marry any man unless io -ib?? hud mime property, an automobile : Sod Vandyke whisker's. Ills unod ' "' 'fortune Iii finding ? diamond ring made i t / ft'* "M'llnmcnt of these things a |M?S . Utility, ns he lind already I rimmed his l?.-./..|.<?nrd. However. Ill fortune frowned nd 1 upon him. and hp landed In Jail. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE TO CREDITO HS njyy .> .. M-t.-.y .ii.it loJdlb lli/ifi -..dix oili ...iii.pr* AU persons having aluino...

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. — 21 July 1914

ljn. H _i ? i, . fe a ? We have ?ome-be%utif til residences in the 4 city for sale at prices very te?sonable. If your are interested in a nice home phone us and we will be glad to show you what we have: ' ' ' ' We also have some good farms close to i?wn very cheap. See us for anything in "REAL "ESTATE as we are always on the job. J. F?RMAN EVANS CO. Evans Building ' ' ::' ' 'And^rsoti S C. jj Money Making Ways of Using Want Ads 4 HOW WANT. ADS WILL HELP ' :? ' A SMALL BUSINESS CROW Thole Is rosily tm Unit to what Want A?ls can do lo put life Into muai! business enterprises. 'Toa want inore customers, more ' capital, or something else to help you grow lu a business sense Tho Want Ad In ALWAYS ready, and ALWAYS willina;. lloro nrc some Want Ad Ideas lu '"this connection. "* v-. " How to Get More Customers This ad. Is good fort* per ccut on any article in this store. U the value ls not easily aa great as tho original price plus ?6 per cent,.don't take the goods. Come at once --i-rrr-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. — 21 July 1914

VISIT Geisberg's ==="Twice-Yearly"=== Shoe Sale? Lew cuts of standard brands /educed-not old sleek but all fresh and new from the ( ( best makers of footwear. I I We sell shoes right-give you ! suits your foot-ask us.. what best 8 $6.50 Nettletons.$5.25 $6.00 Nettletons.$4.95 $5.00 Florsheims.- . . $4.00 $4.00 Oxfords.$3.25 $5.00 Wicherts.?.$4.00 $4.00 Wicherts.$2.95 $3,50 Uts and Duns. . $2.75 $3^00 Utz and Duns.$2.45 Childrens' Shoes Reduced. Nothing Charged or Sent on Approval H at Sale Prices. Geisberg Brothers SHOE COMPANY Under Masonic Temple an*? y " Shoes That Satisfy " I y- ,<??^P/' HOME OF YouR_^d?|? OWH IS A HOME INOEER XT^d^ Cr^u^ REALVALUE~ ll? Ii ? V>FOR HOHES, SFC . --f^Q j ^^?n JOHN UHL^^?^/^^^1^'^^^^' ? j ; afilia: A' \6Q{ I A gentleman who has seen many real estate developments on see ing North Anderson said:"I would not hesitate to buy a lot there, for it will surely enhance in value three times in the next five years." Now, there is at least food for though...

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. — 22 July 1914

t-V VOLUME 1, NUMBER 158 Weekly, Established 1800; Dolly, Jab. 18, lOH. ANDERSON, S. C, TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 22 1914. $5.00 PER ANNUM PRICE FIVE CENTS WILL START FOR Y. M. ( WOuK OF THE INSTITUTION IS BEING CRIPPLED FOR ROOM SEC. BURNETT COMPLIMENTED Directors Put Minimum Amount To Be Raised at $50,000? Some of Which Is Pledged At a mooting of the directors of the Y. M. C. A. last night it was decided to inaugurate a campaign for a' new home for the association to cost not Ices than $60,000. This Is in pursu ance of the agreement entered into with Secretary Burnett when ho was engaged a year ago, and also in com pliance with the statements made to the subscribers In the r?organisation nf the Y. M. C. A. The Y. M. C A. last fall and spring did nome wonderful work, when the lack of equipment Is considered. It attracted attention all over the United States. The night school was hailed with' particular delight by the wel fare workers of the country, and the success of the textile night...

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. — 22 July 1914

1 Classified Want Advert? Twenty-five worus or lcsr., Oik; TI Six Timos $1. 00*. y , 1 advertisement over twenty-flv< word. ; '?; / ? > , words lo Hon. No advortlsL'iiU'tit taken for los? ( 1 your name appears In Ilio telai your want ad *o? '"?I und a bill will I prompt payment. FOR SAJLE FOR HALE?One pnir.fprm nuiles, one :i borne disc plow, one mower, and one grnjn grader. >W. 11. Prulll, It. 1., Anderson, S^?jr, 7-22-3tp FARMS FOK SAW-- For full Infor mation in regard to Sonili. Ca., ils farai lands*offered for sale by the Georgia and Florida ?' Co.*, Imiuiro for C.""Ii. Key, Domonstra tor, County*ClorkVOIIlco Anderson. 8. C, 7-18-1 w FOR HALE?Tin iridi' euns In any quantity from 100U to 10,000. Quarts S2.G0 per hunQfcdr So 1. $2.00 per hundred. Cash with order. John 8. Cromer. Phone 4,f,. 927 W. ' Market street, Anderson, S. C. FOR SAM??Two second band sow ing machines In good condition. Also one light, spring wagon. It will pay you to acu mu toc^j our ropalr work. All ...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
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