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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 13 April 1916

VOLUME III. ANDERSON, S. C., THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 13, 1916. NUMBER 89. SUPREME COURT RULES IN FAVOR OF IEW_COUN?? WITH ADDITION OF *McCOR MICK STATE NOW HAS 45 COUNTIES EN BANC SESSION _______ Many Advocates of New County Attend Court-McCormick Will Celebrate Today. (Si>c<:lul tn Thc Intelligencer.) Columbia, April 12.-The election providing Tor the establishment of McCormick county twas declared to day by an en bane session of the su preme court to have been legally held. There are now 4f> counties In South Carolina, the new unit having been recognized by an act of the last legislature. The en bane session of the supreme court was attended today by a large number of advocates of the new county. The new unit will be made up from Edgefield. Abbevillo and Greenwood counties. The new county movement has been carried after a fight extending over a period of 20 years. Citizens of the new county are making arrangements for a celebra tion at McCormick tomorrow. Yes terday 'they...

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. — 13 April 1916

MUTT AND JE CLASSIFIED INTELLIGENCER Want Ad Rates 25 words for 25c. i 1 cent per word each insertion for more than 25 words. Three insertions of tho Bamo ad un consecutivo days for tho prico ; of two Ineertlons, if paid in ad vance. No ad less than 25 cents. WANTS WANTBD-Yon to know thut the Shad aenson in itere. 1 have Jux: received 20 large Hoes and 11.r> fine Hwics fruin fresh Water. Jumbo Hoc Shad SI bach; one Biza smaller liOc cadi. I lucie Shad :ir. to 00c each. Fresh meats of alt kinds. Cull 292. or como to 2<I7 Hast Whit tier strcol." W. J. MnnoBH, the .Sea food Mun. WANTED-AU my friends to know that flhh wero sctirca last wee);, Lat that we aro assured a plenty tills week, among thu lol a good supply nf fino jumbo Hoe Shu), from tho fVicscapoake Hay. Als.), a fill" lot of Spanish Mackerel front St. Andrews, Kia., and a plenty .ii" "pop-eyed" mullett. We still handle tho Jibf?t oysters end fresh meats, call 2??2. W. J. Maneas, 207 Kast Whittier street. WANTED-Yon to k...

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. — 13 April 1916

? % V?4>4>vv4>***4> ?+vv*4>4>.**+4H BrowuJng*Gutlirle. Married by 'Wm. F. Leo, No'jixy Public, at his residence, Monday, April 10; 1910, Mr. Charles Guthrie and Miss May 'Belle Browning, both of the White Plains section of Audorson county. Mctiure*Skelton. The following announcement which has just been received at this office will come as a surprise to many ot ibo friends of tho contracting cou ple: Mr. and Mrs. William John McClure announces thc marriage of their daughter Janie to ?Mr. James (Henderson Skol ton Nineteen hundred fifteen at dix oVlor-k-' On April 1, Mr. and Mrs. Skelton left Anderson in a esr tolling their iricude that they -wcre: going for a visit to La von ia. On nrrlving at Greenville 'they went inunedbvtcly to G. C. W., where 'they were married In the wost parlor by Dr. Ramsay, the president of the college. Mr. and ?Mrs. Skelton returned to Audorson on Sunday, .but having decided to sur prise their friends, kept their mar riage secret for severa...

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. — 13 April 1916

THE INTELLIGENCER ESTABLISHER ISM Published every morning oxee >t Monday by The Anderson Intelligen cer at 1 IO Went Whinier Street, Au dcrtun, s. C. Ts???l. WE K K MM NTKLLIGK NIE K Published Tuesdays and Fridays L. M. GLENN, .lid i tor aiyl .Manager. Entered ns BCcoud-clasn matte: Ap. ll 28, lilli, at tile post ollie? a: ..nderiion. Souili t'arolluu, under tb? Art of March :?. KST'J. ASS?CIATE1J PRESS DISPATCHES 'j deplume..?21 iii nm?RIPT10K KATES DAIM (Juc Year.**?.00 y,< Months.?.&0 Three Months.I.-I One .Month.J2 Or.0 Week.10 SEMI-WEEKLY fine Your.$l.riO .Mouilla.7". T :o Intelligencer la delivered hy ci;lier in tho city. Look al Hie printed label o:i your paper. Tb? dat-i thereon shows wh<*n the auls'rlptloii expires. Notice date ?.ml lube] carefully, and If noi correct plcnsc notify in; nt once. Subscribers" desiring the nddre.su of j ?heir paper change:!, will pleuro utile lu i!n ir communication both the dd u:id new addresses. . To insure prompt dallvcry, com ...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 13 April 1916

. LESSER SELLS OUT ?O PHIL ROSENBERG! BIG DRY GOODS BUSINESS; OF CITY HAS CHANGED HANDS iS EXPERIENCED Having Had Store tn Washington, Ga., for Number of Years Have Sale. Mr. .'hil F.'osenberg of Washington, (Ja., experienced drygoocbv merchant, lias purchased the stock of goods and fixtures of the firm of A. Lesser and will begiit tc operate th's store ac soon as un Inventory of the stock, can be .made. Coming to Anderson! with Mr. Dascnbery are Messrs. J. j R. Maxwell and Mur ral Wynne, both of Washington, Ga. Mr. Rosenberg, it is said, will sell out tho present stock of goods and 'willi order a complete new stock which will be of a higher .grade than the stook formerly carried In this store. He will cater to all trade alike. Tlie purchase ' price of tho ' store has not been given put. .Mr. Rosen be:>g will begin to operate the store] under his name within-'the next few| days. ;? ? ? i Camera Store IS READY WITH PLENTY OF FI L MS Make this Y?LfR camera', Ulm and supply store. H...

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. — 13 April 1916

Candidates Cards FOR CONGRESS I nm u candidato for Congrosu from the Third Congressional District, sub ject to tho rules, of tuc Democratic t'rimary. A. H. DAUNALL. COUNTY TREASURER I hereby auuouuco myself a candi dato for County Treasurer, subject to tim rules of-tho democratic party. J. H. CRAIG. I hereby announce myself a. candi dato for Cornily Treasurer, subject to tho rules of tho democratic party. J. R. C. GRIFFIN. SHER7FF~ 1 hereby, unnounce myself a candi date for tho ofllce of Sheriff for An derson county, subject to thc rules of | the d?mocratie party. T. J. MARTIN. I hereby unnounce myself a candi dato for Shor'a" of Anderson county. | subject to tho rules of thc Democratic primary. ' ? . W. B. KING. 1 hereby uuuuuuco myself a candi dato for? tho offlco of Sheriff of An derson county BUbjcct to tho rules of | the D?mocratie primary. W. O. ,S. MARRETT. I horoby anuounco myself as a can dldnte for re-election to the olilco of Sheriff, subject to the rules of the Democrati...

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. — 13 April 1916

Julia Ciaussen Day at The Coming Chautauqua Photo by Mausen*?. Chlcgo. JULIA CLAUSS?N. EMINENT CONTRALTO OF THE CHICAGO GRAND . OPERA COMPANY. rpi IK great musical climax pf tho entire Chautauqua program conies again this X'jir un tho Hosing nh?lit. when Julia Ciaussen of the Chicago (?rand Pliera Company, whose Kuc?e^sojb?f thc recent opera sea-.on have even sur passed her former ni-hievciuciitX will appear In a eouccft. t>lic will bc assisted by Pierre Hen rot te. coiner? meister of the Chicago Grand Opere "oropany. hud Marcel Cbnrlier, also noe of thc leading conductors of Chlcgo Grand Opern. A year ug'?. when Miss Alice Nielsen toured the Redpath Chautauqua*, lt was then widely stated in the misdeal journals that the Chautauqua oponed new tle.ld to the greatest musicians. The fact that anni her such great urti-U .1* Julia (Iladsscn hus iie.en eugaxcri for this season and that the assisting artists are also well known in the gran?! opera worki nt once establishes the fact that...

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. — 13 April 1916

MORE SIJBSO RAILWAY MEETING HELD YESTERDAY AFTERNOON AND THIS MATTER WAS FULLY DISCUSSED RURAL PEOPLE WILL SUBSCRIBE Number People in Anderson Have Not Been Seen-Will Need About $40,00Q-Com mittees Appointed. At the meeting of the raliway ex I (?union committee- anil the directors of tho chamber of commerce yester day afternoon at 6 o'clock tho Bub ucrlptlons were oinvannod and it wa? discovered that Anderson will have to fiilHo about $:tr>.000 or $40,000 mdre, this conclusion being reached otter u conference with Mr. J. L. Mur phy. After a canvass of tho names of thone who lt waa thought would Bub ?cribe, bad been modo, there wa?? found to be Dfrout 40 people who had not been aeon, who, lt ls thought, will Subscribe when tho proposition la put to Hiern, lt will 'bo necessary fot these to subscribe liberally, and for 'iranio of those who have nlready sub Hcrllcd to in?rense their subscriptions In order to rnlHO the necessary amount. Anderson county has .been aBked for $170,000. T...

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. — 14 April 1916

VOLUME III. ANDERSON, S. C, FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 14, 1916. ~ ~ ' ' " HHS!SHBa^^^^^-' EL PASO 1 O VER REI RIOTSJ Serious Battles Between tiens. Across The Bord? River From El STARVING BANDS -lr RIOTS A Masses in Many Sections Americans Have Cros Educated Mexi< Rumors ! (By.Associ El Paso, April 13.-El Paso is note requesting the withdrawal of .ind the reported clash between An .ral, in which one American was ki ported tonight from different part American troops were involved. Aguas-Calientes, capital of the sta in which large mobs are taking pai for two days. Juarez, across the MAJORITY OS" MEXICANS ? 110 JfOT KNOW THE U. 8. TROOPS CROSSER LUTE The great majority of Mexicans do not know yet that the American sol diers have crossed the international line according to an American who arrived hero from Mexico City. The most profound ignorance regarding the situation io Chihuahua prevails in the capitol, even thc educated classes getting contradictory reports. He ex hibitad a copy of...

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. — 14 April 1916

MUTT AND JI THE FORT WQrT FORT YVOR K?tVUiJL WUJLtfc a Cfcuk A^trw Hub Cfe^v CLASSIFIED INTELLIGENCER Want Ad Rates 25 words for 25c. 1 cent per word each Insortlon for more than 25 words. Three insertions of the same ad on consocutlvo d>\ys for the price ot two insertions, if paid in ad vance No ad less than 25 cents. WANTS W.VNTBl)--Pop corn, ile ?in celt; Re shelled. Anderson I heat re. t_ WANTED-Yon to know Unit the] . Shad HGuson ls hore. I have jus: received 20 large Hoes und 115 Hun Hucks from fresh water. Jumbo Hoe Shad ll each; one slzu smaller f)0c each. Dude Shad' 35 to 50o each. Fresh meats of all kinds. I Cull 292, or coin? to 207 K?st Whit-1 ncr street. W. J. Mnne.su, the Sea food Mau. WANTED-You to know that the fin est thing for o happy homo la a warm heart-but. a good tiro helps some. Wo want to promote the family happiness by Bonding you tho makings of n goad lire. Oenulno Biuo Gem Coat $5.50 per ton. When Will you be ready for lt? Cheaper coal, of course, at lo...

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. — 14 April 1916

Saved Her Life The uuijualifleu endorsement of Fraltoln aud Tiaxo in a recent letter from Mfr?. 8. (?rut?le, 5918 Mignonette 8U, Pittsburg, Fa., will be of interest to other sufferers from stomach and Intestinal troubles. .Mrs, (J ri ntl le says: . "The doctors had given me up, saying the only hupe left was au op?rai iou. ? tried FrultolU und passed hun dreds of gall-stones with tho first two bottles. Am now feeling better than 1 have for years past. I will be glad to tell any sufferer how'lt has helped me, for I owe ii!y ?liv to it. rrultola possesses properties that act directly upon thc li;te?ti nal parts, softening: the congested wanto, and disintegrating tim hardened particles timi cause KO much suffering, and expels the nc? cumulation to the great rcMef of tit peatleut. Traxo fs a tonic-al terative that nets on the liver and kidneys stimul?tes the flow of gastric Juices, to aid digestion and removes the bile from the gen* eral circulation, lt serres to build up the weakened, r...

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. — 14 April 1916

THE INTELLIGENCER KSTAltMSflKu 1860 Published every morning exee.it Monday by The Anderson Intelligen cer at HO West Whittier Street, An derson, S. C. HI : Al I - W b' E KJJY IN TULL Ht li X V E II l'ublitibcil Tuesdays and Fridays !.. M. GLENN.. Editor and .Managet. Watered us second-class mattel An.il 28, IttH, at the post ollie? J! Anderson. Sou'll Carolina, under the Act of Man.b :!. 1S7??. ASSOCIATE!) PRESS DISPAT'JHKS Telephone..? . .'?'ll srilKCKH'TION KATE? DAIM' One Year.S.-..00] Six .Months.2.?Q Three Months.!.'-*> (?ne .Month.I 0?fl Week.1? SEMI-WEEKLY One Year. ..$l."?0 Six Months. Tv.o intelligencer ls delivered hy carrier lit the city. Look al the printed label on your pa.ier. The dat-i thereon shows when Hie subcc-ipllon expires. Notice date j.nd label carefully, und If not correct please notify ita nt once. Subscriben/ desiring tho address or their paper changad, will plcnno stiU in their communication both the dd and new addresses. To insure prompt delivery, com ...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 14 April 1916

IQ SEGURE MEMBERS ANDPfUjOLF GLOB EXPERT AND "TEACHER WAS IN CITY INSPECTING THE CITE. ? IDEAL LOCATION Mr. Howe of Greenville Says That . ' : . .. '. "'I ? -...->. Land b Ideally Situated for the Cpurse. "We have decided to locate a golf courso.,on Mr, CarlisleMcKinney's placei Just north'.pf town, 'provided wc can get "25 m cm ben; at $50 a piece," feinted'Mr. A. S. Farmer, member e? tile .golf committee yesterday after noon. "W?'will get busy tomorrow morning to see. how many members wo will, bo ablo to-got. The course will cover-about 40 ?cres, and will bo located uear McKinney's Springs." Mr. Charles Howe, golf ' teached; and expert from.thc. S?he Souci Coun try club in Greenville, came to An derson, yesterday morning and made an inspection .of tho proposed site for! thc Anderson club. He declared lt ?was Ideal and that he thought a sp len did course could bo made on thc place.. "Golf;is rapidly becoming the lead lug sport In America," stated Mr. ?Howe. "Thousands or dollars...

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. — 14 April 1916

H?VEJIFLE RANGE SUITABLE LOCATION HAS BEEN FOUND JUST EAST OF CITY HELD ELECTION Mr. H. E. Bailey Wa? Lost Night Elected to Position of Sec ond Lieutenant. Mr. il. li. Huiley was last ni,;hl ducted to thu position of Second Lien tenant, Company B, First lloglment South Carolina at tho meeting held lu tho armory on North Main struct Mr. Mnilcy waa elected to fill a pos ition m ulo vacant hy tho resignation of Mr. J. J. Trowbridge. Capt. Lig?n stated last night after (bo meeting that a ?ultable sito f?>i a riflo range had been found, ami that in all possibility the local mili tia would have ont; within tho next fow weeks. Tho location will be about five miles uast of the city un Mr. Pat Major's placo and will be :i good ono. Tho United Stutes govern ment gives between $<iul) and 1800 for the estuhlihlrment of the runge thu ' first' year, if BO much ba necessary und contribute? for ?B up-keep in tho yearB following. ATHLETIC CONTESTS TO BEJiMT?Rir Exhibitions Will Be Held in Nort...

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. — 14 April 1916

Candidates Cards FOR CONGRESS 1 am a candidate for Congress from tho Third Congressional District, sub ject to. the rules of tue Democratic Primary. A. It. D AGNA LL. COUNTY TREASURER ,1 hereby aunounco myself a candi date for County Treasurer, subject t? tho rules of the democratic party. J. H. CRAIG. 1 hereby unnounce myself a candi date for County Treasurer, subject to thc rules of the democratic party. J. R. C. GRIFFIN. SHERIFF I he?eby announce myself a candi date for the office of Sheriff for An derson county, subject to the> rules of the democratic party. I T. T. MARTIN. I hereby announce myself a candi dato'' fOr.Sh?r'.T of Anderson county, I subject to the rules of tho Democratic I primary.. . . \ , W. B. KING. I hereby announce myself a candi-1 date for the ofllco of Sheriff of An derson county subject to tho rule? of | the Democratic primary. * . * W. O. ,S. MARRETT, I hornby announco myself as a can didate for re-election to tho office ofl Sheriff. Subject to tho rule...

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. — 14 April 1916

CONTRACTED FOR MEAT AND BREAD FOR CADETS A. SHILLETTER OF CLEMSON WAS VISITOR HERE YES TERDAY LARGE QUANTITIES Will Take From 500 to 700 Pounds Me. ? and About 600 Loaves Every Day. Mr. A. Rehilletter, steward for clemson college, came to Anderson yettterday morning lo make contracts for breads and meals and groceries 10 he used during the encampment w'llcdi will bc hopi during tho week of A| rU 21 Th? contract for tho meal was BO C.?.II hy Mr. It. II. Tucker's mar ket, and calls for fro.n ."><MI to 70<> po il tl d* of roast bei'f and steaks m,r day. Ono ran realize fruin t li is what 11 takes lo feed "in cadet;< Tho contract fo.- the brea J wai l?vido willi tho Anderson I'rtro Pooil company und calls for i?"0 loaves of bread dully. TO ELEWPTI MILITARY COMPANY IMPORTANT MEETING WILL BE HELD NEXT 1Y?ON DAY EVENING , THE ORGANIZATION ' Will Probably Be Permanently Effected at This Meeting Full Attendance. There will be an Important meet ing bf the Electric fMty Guards, ...

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. — 15 April 1916

VOLUME III. ANDERSON, S. C., SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL IS, 1916. NUMBER 91. NOT TO W TROOPS ? AGREEME Cabinet Members Decide Shall Continue WhiU Negotiating V STONE BELIEVES INr WILL COME Baker Says He Has Sent That None Are Contei Heve Complete Mi is Nec? (By Associr Mexico City, April 14.-Carranz Slates force which enters Mexico in must be limited to a thousand mei statement niven the Associated Prc sub-secretary of foreign relations, foreign office during the absence' said Carranza contended from the ?nd artillery on a punitive expeditin cf the present so-called punitive they accomplished absolutely not this expedition be considered as ur Mexican government, for each day lation is inflamed. He said Amen Parral to get food, proving the co be considered as more than a mere does not question America's good f: UNITED STATES PREPARED T< CARRANZA FOR Ti (By Associa Washington, April 14.-The U with Carranza, as proposed in his d ra wal of Americans from Mexico, tions, however, the stat...

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. — 15 April 1916

MUTT AND J? CLASSIFIED INTELLIGENCER Want Ad Rates 20 words for 26c. ' 1 cent per word each Insertion for moro than 26 words. Three luuerttons nf tho carno ad on consecutive days tor tho prfco of two Insertions, it paid in ad vance. No ad less than 25 cents. WANTS WANTED-Pop eorn. 3c on cob; fie shelled. Anderson theatre. WANTED-You to know thut the Shad 'season is herc. I huvo JuBt received 20 lurgo Hoes und IIS (ino Hucks from freBh water. Jumbo Kee Simd $1 each; ono uizo smaller Ope each. Huck Shad 35 to 50e each. Fresh meats of all kinds. Call 292, or come to 207 East Whit her street. -, W. J. Maneas, tho Sea food Man. WANTED-Yon to know tb at the fln ' est tbing for a happy homo ls a warm heart-but a good fire helps some. Wo wont to promote the family - happiness by sending yon the maalnga uf a good fire. Genuine Mue Gem Co il $5.60 per ton.'When will you bo ready for lt? Cheaper coal, of course, at lower prices. 'Phone 649, W. O. Ulme?" FOR SALE FOR SALE-Two hornos, oms at $12...

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. — 15 April 1916

TO ANNOUNCE THE ARRIVAL ol* a shipment of these "awfully good" high top White Kid Shoes We've been (old a number of times by women who rec ognize slioe values, that ou rs .a re much better in style, qual ity and tit than they have seen any pjace for the price. Really, it is a good shoe-all that youscould desire in every way. Your size is in stock todays White Kid Pumps Also gray, champagne and black. Wo especially want you to see these feather weight black kid pumps, made by a city shoe maker-Cousins, of New York. It's a city shoe all over, price S6.50. White, gray and ?champagne at ?5.00. Other dandy pumps and oxfords at $3jOO lo $'1:00. Large colonial buckets in patent and kid, easily attached to any pump. ^ j ." ?<.*, f J. . "White Canvas Oxfords and.pumps in the cheaper gr.u'es ?l.5o tu ?2.50. Some with white rubber soles for all sorts of sports and gen eral outside wear. \ . ' v j White canvas ?hoes with rubber soles at $3.50. An excellent line of children's pumps too. Of co...

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. — 15 April 1916

HE INTELLIGENCER LKTAKI.IKIIKB mo Published every morning cxcc.it Munday by Tin: Anderson Intelligen cer at 1 IO West Whinier Street, An ?eruoti, s. ?. 8KHI-W KKK I,Y INThl.LlGK St'KR I'nblished Tueodnyd and Fridays L. M. GLENN..Editor und M: uag tr. Entered UH second-class mattel Ap.il '?a. mn, at tim pout office al Anderson, South Carolina, under tb? Act of M-rck 3, 1 S7tt. ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCHES Telephone.:'-l SrHSl'RIl'TION KATES DAILY Ono Vear.$5.00 Si:: Months.2.fiO Three Months.I.-" Une .Monta.42 (Jue Week.t'l StiMMYKKKLY One Year.H.MI Six Months. T. c intolligsnccr Ia delivered hy carrier In tho city. Loob al the printed label on your paper. The date thereon shows when thc suhi crlptto.i expires. Notice dale mid label carefully, mid If not correct please notify un ut once. Subscribe rr.1 desiring thc nddress of their paper changed, will pica*? stite in their communication both the dd and new addresaes. To insure prompt delivery, com jluluts of non-delivery in tho city C...

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