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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 6 May 1916

NEGRO IS LOCATED ?li SALISBURY, li. G. WAS ON A NORTHBOUND SOUTHERN TRAIN TO BE BROUGHT HERE A SPEEDY TRIAL Will Probably Bc Had Since Crim inal Court Convenes Here Monday Morning 4- HAM ??RO.MJ NEURO ?fr * - ?fr <. A leogram received In tho *fr * city lani night from Sheriff ? ?fr Ashley in Salisbury, N. C.. ?fr + stated that tho negro arrested ?fr .fr lor Steve lesley was the ?fr .fr wrong negro. Tho sin rig ?fr ?fr will probably be home t.:i? * ?fr morning and tho search re- ?fr .fr newed ut once. .fr -fr SherlfT Ashley is expected to ro turn from Salisbury. N. C., this illuming where ho wont Friday to bring buck to South ('?trollna Steve Lesley, the negro who made un ut tack on a young woman of tho upper meldon of tiie county. ou Tuesday morning. Tho police of Salisbury ar rested a negro of lesley's descrip tion on Thursduy night, but Sherm At'hloy Ashley was not notified until ycBtcrdav morning about 8 o'clock. (?apt. Carl McConnell uud Supervisor King wont to Salisbury with...

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. — 7 May 1916

... ?v ? - . fr VOLUME III. ANPERSON, ?. C, FRI^y[.MORNING, MAY 5, 1916. , , ; . . NUMBER 108. LITTLE LIKELIHOOD OF A BREAK SAY WASHING TON OFFICIALS OFFICIAL TEXT GI VEN TO WILSON Many Leaders Dissatisfied, With Some Sections of Note May Accept Condi tionally \Y ' - (By Associated Press.) Washington, May 6.?The prob ability that a break between the United States and Germany lias been averted was strengthened when the official text of the German note was ?aid beforo Prosldent Wlloon and Secretary Lansing today and It prov tcd,almost identical with .the unofficial toxt and bore out the unofficial veh slon that it was improbable that a break would! take place. Many officials are expressing dis satisfaction with some sections of the note and do not believe it can bo accepted unconditionally. However, the opinion as to .whether .or'not It , requires an answer is divided. Tho decision rests with .President Wilson, and until ho makes up his mind no official expression of opinion will be f...

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. — 7 May 1916

CLASSIFIED INTELLIGENCER Waat Ad Rates y 25 words for 25c. 2 cent per word each insertion for ODore than 25 words. Three Insertions of tho same ad on consecutive days for tho prico of two insertions, If paid In ad vance. No ad less than 26 cents. FOR SM? FOI - SAU?? Pure New Era 'Peas. Tho great builder of thin lands, nature's Tnnlac, so to speak. M. \V. "loin, 'Phono 025. FOU SALE?Lunch Wagon, license, fixtures, $36.00. Apply to Adolph CJeisborg, 416 Manning Street. FOR. iSALE?Or, trade, ono I. H. C, J 12 horse power gasoline engine mounted. Apply to R. R. Mllam. j Sandy Springs, S. C. j FOR SALE?A few hundred bushels seleot reclcaned and graded Fulghum Seed Oats sixty eight cents bushel ?worth more for food purposo. Furznan Smith, Seedsman, Phono 461. DR. SMALL has loft his Komfort Shoulder Draco and K. B. Abdom inal Pelvic Suportn with Dr. Carter, Bleckley Building. FOR RENT FOB RENT?Flvo room liouse on Crayton street. Has water and lights and ronts reasonable. Ap ply to J. T. Bl...

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. — 7 May 1916

THE WANDERLUST OF SPRING 'and kodak lust Your outings will be far more enjoyable this year if you will take a KODAK with you. We have the most complete line in the city and can supply you with fresh lilms for any machine at all times. We also do developing and printing. Leave rolls today, get pictures tomorrow. Fresh shipment dry plates just received. COX STATIONERY COMPANY Leading Stationers and Printers the sale of new suits and dresses continues Women who were unable to get In before Easier for one of the new Spring Suits, Dresses or Skirts will still find that we can save them mon ey. Particular attention Is asked for oiir showing of Suits? Dresses ?nd Skirts Also our Bblendld assortment of Chil dren's Dresses. There's not a store la town where'you will find more at tractive valued. Wo can' prove It. JUBt opened a beautiful assortment of new Palm Beach Suits. Millinery We do not believe that you will find in Anderson a collection including newer' shapes or niore of the colors mo...

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. — 7 May 1916

THE INTELLIGENCER ESTABLISHED 1800 Pub?ahcd cvory morning excejt Monday by The Anderson Intelligen cer at 140 West Whitner Stroet, An uorson, S. C. " SEMI-WEEKLY INTELLIGENCER Published Tuesdays and Fridays L. M. GLENN., Editor and Manager. Entered as second-class mattet Ap.it 28, 1914, at tho post ofllco at Anderson, South Carolins, under the . Act of March 3, 1879. ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCHES t Telephone.321 HUIIHCKII'TION KATES DAILY Gno Year.15.00 Six Months...2.50 Three Months.\.'A Ono Mouth.42 Gnu Wt??k..10 NEMMTKEKLY One Year.*l.r,o Six Months.|. .. .7r. Tho Intelligencer is delivered :>y carrier in tho city. Look at tho printed label on your . paper. Tho datT thereon shows when the mbrcrlptlou expires. Not lee dat<> and lube) carefully, nnd if not correct pleas.' notify un at onco. Subscribers' dosir.ng the address of the'ir piper ^.'mngod, will plcnco state in thetf communication both tho >'<) und new addrosneB. ' To insure promp' uolivory, com rtaints of non...

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. — 7 May 1916

PROGRAM MONDAY Savage aAd Tiger..6 Reels TUESDAY Naked Truth..5 Reels WEDNESDAY Officer Sixty-Six/_.,.6 Reel* THURSDAY * Dubnrry .,'V . ;._ 5 Reels And "The Strange Case of Mary Page Spendthrift .. ...... 6" Reeh SATUR?AY Napoleon and France v ................... ?? Reels Music every evening by'Anderson's famous trio, Messrs. ' '!_' ' Mc CaUlay, Edwards onoVSrhith. h SPRING AND SUMMER SUITS ^ Mark the smart styles, the un approachable cut and superb. tailoring in the suits shown here at $12.50, $16, $?W *sic? $20. ^ You know the minute, you see them that they are right; there isn't ? question ;?f ie?m-*'X promise, not a shadow:; pf inde cision. We have other good suits at ,S?tO. , And we are ready with < a great line of Straw Hat's-1-"" Straws,- 50c to \ $3.00 Panamas, $5 R;W.TRIB?i^ The Up to Date Clothier , . . Headquarter* for Regal Shoes. \ m mm I1 Wm p????n???????????n^^ /HEN yo? buy Ajax tiresyou ! get something more than fine rubber and fabric and the vulcani?. : zation of...

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. — 7 May 1916

BED ROOM FURNITURE BEAUTIFULLY matched Suites, in genuine solid Mahog any, of Colonial designs, Neat and trim and withal comfortable any roomy. Both dresser and wash stand have spr.cious tops and drawer space and are pleasing and graceful. Excellent construction throughout and a very special value at the price. SEE WINDOW The Peoples New Furniture Co. "Its Easy to Pay the Peoples Way" 10. I r-yr AJAX TIRES We have\a good stock of Ajax Tires on hand "which were bought before any advances went on. We want to sell you what you need in tir?s at the lowest figures you can buy a 5000 mile written guaranteed tire. Call in and save yourself some money and at the same t?rile get an "A No. 1" tire and our guarantee for 5000 miles. HARDWARE CO West Side Square man who ex pertinents comes back to Firestones. The man of experience sticks to Fire stones. Graduate now into the exper ienced class who enjoy m MOST MILES PERDOLLAR See the Firestone man and find out why you can' get? this extra servic...

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. — 7 May 1916

Candidates Cards FOR CONGRESS 1 am a candidate for Congress from the Third Congressional District, eub feet to the rules o! the Democratic Primary. . ' , A. H. DAUN ALL. I am a candidate for congress from j t ! I ; Third Congressional district, sub- j jeet to the rules of tho Democratic Primary. JNO. A. HORTON. i announce myself a candidate for congress from the Third District. I v.-m abide the rules, regulations and] results oi the Democratic Primary. kenry-*c. THjLMAN. FOR SOLICITOR 1 am a candidate for Solicitor of the Tenth Circuit, subject to the rules of the democratic party. LEON LYRICS. I hereby announce' myself a candi date for Ojo office of solicitor of the .tenth Judicial circuit, subject <to the rules and regulations of the Demo cratic primary. ". . ' KURTZ P SMITH. -I hereby announce myself a can didate for solicitor of the tenth ju dicial circuit, subject to the action j of tho Democratic party In the en- ' Suing primary election J. R. BARLE. FOR SUPERVISOR I hereby...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 7 May 1916

GRAND OPERA SINGER PLEASEO_A?OeCE MME. JULIA CLAUSSEN AP PEARED HERE LAST EVENING HAS UNUSUAL VOICE And Her Singing Was Treat to Music Lovers of Anderson ?Quality Excellent The seating capacity of the big <dmutauqua lent was filled to ovoi flowllg last evening for the recital given by .Mine. Julia Clauaaon. Mine, .('latissen was warmly rocclved, and perhaps received nioro applause than any other Blngor who has ever visit ed this- el:y. -In tho reciUvl she wr.n ar'jistcd by Messrs. Pierre Menroite and Marcel Charlier. Mine. OlatiSHcn is /prima donna contralto of the Chicago Grand Opera co;i7>pany and her singing last night was Indeed a treat to tho music lov ers of Anderson. She posses a volco of wondciful range. She is not only a contralto but u mezzo i'outralto and a dramatic soprano, which <is very unusual. Tho quality I of her 'high notes is the same as| that of her low notes', and this too, is very unusual. Her voice is un usually strong nnd sho has tho vol- I umo. for ...

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. — 9 May 1916

... ?v ? - . fr VOLUME III. ANPERSON, ?. C, FRI^y[.MORNING, MAY 5, 1916. , , ; . . NUMBER 108. Refused to piscu&s.^gge* i 4/ ' ' '(ity?ssdci? Washington,: May a.?The Di rif?t? was cabled by Secretary L'?ns 51 informs'.'"the German gpyerfiiueni Germany's ''d?claration ^of abandon It added that the United State tlqn of .Germany's altered policy to terrnption of goodi'e?atiofis exis?u V0Ji))Vtyt :?y ' OT?IKU WA? ^"TI?NH $?tT m'fjOYERN-'S?T. . <??0iv::0N:mci?.:B2{'iS With ; this ' acceptance la coupled ? forpial hdtico to cttrmuhy Mia! United Sts'.vfs cannot for n moment footing- the; v-combata?itfi. 5h blockade. . Irnsing, in si h ten)'-.-.'i t tonight,) {?aid'the greater 'part-, or Germany1*; hoto'la devot- : ( ?:.,<! ) Stages coiiiii nol dbcusr. .with J?Ofl?n but he considered that' Germany had ^yielded to our rspreson'^y^ons'Vl.Ha Ka?rt we ''cm have no ro|-.^h to <i;.... m Ith -her," ;WILL'$?N|>;SftY' / ' ENGLAND. FOR ' of l Farmer Submarin? >d"Faith ?hd Attention...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 9 May 1916

MUTT AND JE OPT***, Y?? TN ACT <-'Ne THC VIN ?TG D S*TA.TUb> AiHD M A S COM 6 AS VjuC AR? 0*: S??e of* twa.-t uNts.ve Ar SM^e. BUT--'_ Want Ad Rates ?5 Word? for 2?e, ,. cent per word each Insertion for more than 25 words. % Tur?fij Jn??rUonn of the eame ad pa, consecutive days for the prlco of two insertions, if paid la ad &Q auTleaa than ?3 fl?at?; , FOR SALE FOR SALE?New No. 9 Oliver Type writer.: ?00.00. . No.. B*s $25.00 &j $36.00, No. 6 Underwood In fino con dition $80.00. Neostyle Duplicating I MrSfimo ??re.??. ,0.. C. pr.rgnn, ' Hub-.] lir.rd Jlldg,, Ahderao?, C. Wftr SALE^Pure; New Brn'' :'P???l The .{"% ?!. builder of thinv lands,] Bture?s? Tanlac,- , ?<* to speakv, M. . !oanf.'Phono 625: FOR SALE?Lunch Wagon,; license, \ ; hxturoa; $35.00. -.Apply?;t? Adolph ; : f?, i 10 Manhln? \ Street. FOR i?.\LB~~Or tvdds. one ,!.rH?--'d,, i ? horse power gasoline englue ai?u??.??d. ' Apply to at. It.. MUeui, Sandy Springs, S. C. SALb4<A few hundred burii?U eoleot ...

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. — 9 May 1916

snore reg throat.'$!*^^ytiu*ixtisf.x-f.-.*i*ui,>i_^-^\pU?^^-vfiui zaxarrn. i'Co' j not tHi't>k^"?'ilvCT f?ht^h at ,th'e Work ?' ca? do. ' I do not thiak v?o ?iu?h: fraise can b? said- f?^ ??eruna." Those who object .to fluid medicines ?&t? abwprccur? #eruha Tableta. .' ,..,. . : . Si., Bever?y, ^ias3/,vj writes : "^have ,tafc^pur:bp cru&S, and: ? 'can sa^thn^'1 it has d^^^^?g^eal pi ; arrh'.of the head 'and ;3?$^$t|^^ i <?o HP^?vc*tf^^ the' ^I?ifeU njp ^our ; slnirpiab livorl Hisb.nml ohoorfitl; lu?ika yo^'r .^vf pliSHHiiro; lu- vifcby?ua aj?l 'fiiM o'{ nmhi t ion. .!5H.t: Jiako ;,Db nasty;, dnn/:eroin ' ^ 11 'TlBW^^j1.)'li|ii1-iu vo? sielc^iful . . . . CaUuit.-i i:- ji.vnmy or miicIisilviM >vhich!, CatiHrs-".liqi'i-esis' of Vjie . lonos. Culomel crashes int'.? t our bile Itp^-brcak'hjfjrit ,, when '.yett'\tftal?fthK^ awful jt.iuscn nn?"eramplng. ine; If .yon; ;runt. t-t;eojoy irnnilpitt, liver?.n.u^i tlie hifiestf'.^j?j^u^ftit. elrdaeijif,' vor. - -, t X tt'jejj...

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. — 9 May 1916

E8T?UL1HIIED I860 Published "every morning excejtj Monday by Tbe Anderson Intelllgon cor at 140 West Wbitnor Street, An u?rson, S. C. HEMS-WEKKLY INTELLIGENCES! ; Published Tuesdays aud Fridays 1 .... 1 ? Ii. hl, QLENN. .Editor end Manager. ?Entered as - second-class mattet ?p;ii 28, 1914, at tho post office at A^ndersod, Sou'k Carolina, under th? Act or March 2, 1879. ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCHES Telephone., ... . ..321 ~8fcD8eit!PTION IUTES DAILY One Year.. ..$5.001 Six Months.. . ..2.50 Three Moittns.1,'-** One Month .. ,...42 One Week.. .. .. .. .. ... .. .10 8EMMVEEKLY One Year.. .. i. .. ..91-501 HU Months.. .. ,..... .. .75) Tho Ir/elligoncer is doliver?d Hy carrier in the .city. Lc^k at tho printed., label on your j paper. The dato th?reon shows when the subscription expires. Notice date! and label carefully, and if not correct | please notify us at once. Subacribero desiring the address of their paper changed, will please state in their communication both the <dd aud new ...

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. — 9 May 1916

is c?tii?. ^BE>nfe?;t:AKRrEB ofth^ south ::i'0tlo? W'hl Bine. iUflge Es. reat!$.<re?ujc?? ( round ' 'tcln/.fuVeH/'hayo. been aphorized from ail ipa'l peilttii to A-dSe.vi?e;.;''tb.4 j'i&hfl of the S?;y"'' Tk'kols^Hrbo <i?i'';r-?lp Mav.'? 't?r 17th inclusive' with.', return" limit S-i- '. littvnsior; ,iU h*jrnj.?mi by depo??tin'e tJtkc. , i p.- . - /; ifiVn. t?a?bu, ?rip F^ss W/dfeH: i'o?tow.,....... . ^?r^?nyi'i Hxt"elli?'nt;ifa<n . ^efyiee, ;.c^aeh$ij and Pullman*- cnt3i ; 1.; ;.':;T;;;,*^r_4<^tid*s0|5axl?^^ii^^i*^^^Jt*"nffc^?jurjas?^yn^ or.. lev ?BE IDE TELEPHONE UiOE! m ANDERSON SS TO HAVE NEW] |||fcHIEF OPERATOR, MISS CANNON GpES TO L??RENS I Mias : G?wfelock, Who H*? Been ' Serving, in Thi- Capacity. Goes to Lauren?. The Co-op club of the local South ern Bell Telephone company ' loot evening, entertained in their club rooms lh the; telephone building In I houor of Miss ^lio Cannon of Sparr | tanburg, who hatf arrived to take the place of Miss Nancy -Goudelock...

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. — 9 May 1916

HE most important feature of a farip power . * engine today is the fuel it uses. That, more than anything else, determines its usefulness and: economy. g ? j ?t pressvX prices of gasoline and kerosene, you could not afford to accept a'gasoline engine as a gift, if you had to use it. - , , You could better afford to pay a big premium for a ?e? the MbgtiVwork.on Jvprosene. Ask your dealer to show you -the- difference in fuel cost between a :; jRjjjjjffljjjil iii any size from -fcto 50-H. P., and a gasoline engine of the same size. The figures will surprise you, . .. ktoa^ona? Harvester Company of America x Mogul keroiane ?naine? ara soM by Anderson, S; C. aMamoNMMWBMniMM HIDDEN TROUBLE BocpUBo your tooth arc faultless tu APi'RAHANCE, It does j??t^. necessarily follow that thoy am SOUND; HIDDEN TftO?tifcfi-'inny ' i rb^tot??!Wuci!)? in qnsooa plactw\.i?eoa^^ '?lSSrot^i^.-hecp?es^apparont.^ Tho nl?ltuU dentist can detoct those, pte^?? ond^PItBVBNT dlscolorat^4yftnd disease. Go at least ...

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. — 9 May 1916

''. 1 am a taxididata ?or Congres* from the Third Congressional District, sub ject ' to tea rules of the Democratic Pripmry. ' ! so? a candidate for coagrea* ?rotaj th? Third Congresidcua? district, sub-1 Jfcct Co the rules of the Democratic j Prias**; V,* WO.-'A. HORTON. I announce myself a candidate for | congress .from :*he Third District. ? -Will abide tuIob,'regulations and j . r?sulta ei th? Democratic Primary. = HENRY C. TlLLMAN. for solicitor 1 am ? candidate tor Solicitor of tie Tenth :?r?yU,;subjact to tho rules of the democratic party. '/ : LEON L. RICH. I hereby, announce mycelf a cmdl date* ior tho ?iflice ot solicitor of the . Tenth Judicial .circuit, subject "to tho rules -and.'^?^ol?tlons of .the Demo cratiocprlmo?^M '.KURTZ P. SMITH. i- hereby-"' announce myself a" con didato fcr solicitor of the tenth. J? dloial circuit, subject, to the action of tb,o D?mocratie party in ?io ejy suing primary election. Ji H. HARLE. I hereby .^announce tnys?lf aa ?, candidate for - ...

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. — 9 May 1916

?yiIOS?RIES NA VAJr CONSULTING BOARD bfeS??lES INFORMATION IN COUNTY PREPAREDNESS Will Enable Government to Know Just What Mills Can Do in Emergency Caees. Mr. S. M. llyars, county demon-. || ?frutloil tiR?iit.'?iaH been requested by |l the vNinal Contr.uUlng'Board of tut I I'nltcd ' Slktes to soad Information. |l uliut manufacturing industries in I Anderson ?ounty. lite objort boing to |l acuuro un nccurnto Jnyehtoiy of all I the factories In the state, all other I agentn being dskcil to do tlio same tiling; . ' : ;| TU''S !" projmbly a . pn-UHredneB&i ?ton, ' When tlio' bailed States. Naval Hoard secures" a eorroet ifst' of all the, mnnufaciurieoy it Will, then* bo possible to obtain, definite -in: foinullon ar. to tlio ca'padlty of tlte various industries, tlio hind arid <niafty of jjoods manufactured, etc., all of Milch v/Ould enablo thtm tov )cnow"iURt wh?ro to cell for goods in cases- of eniorgoney,\ and what or ders could be filled.' " > IMoHing ('oii?otir'Hfch?ol. ...

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. — 10 May 1916

... ?v ? - . fr VOLUME III. ANPERSON, ?. C, FRI^y[.MORNING, MAY 5, 1916. , , ; . . NUMBER 108. Ferguson Declares Unite< Mexico and Restor? Ten or Fil 45,000 MEN ARE ON BC MILITIA 3 S I Trainloads of Troops Rus Protect Property ai of Conference Awa \ (ByTheAsao Austin, Texas, May 9.?-Gove issued a signed statement tonight * time for United States intervention country "if it takes fen or fifty yea _____ NEARLY 45,000 sol Washington, May 9.?With including four thousand militiamen Mexico, under orders for the Mexi felt tonight that immediate necess; vent further raiding of American I outcome of the conference at El P 1 awaited with considerable anxiety. President Wilson ordered out troops at the suggestion ?f-Genen majority of the president's adviser: ly will be ratified, it was ?l?arly in " ' der is safe, and raiders will be pursi tional Quard ,y/H^ be called out. if i Secretary ?afccr said, however, th? of other states is not now under < Including troops ordered out five thousan...

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. — 10 May 1916

MUTT AND JE CLASSIFIED INTELLIGENCER Want Ad Rates $5 words for 25c. 1 cent per word each Insertion for more thanl 25 words. Three Insertions of the same ad oh consecutive days for the price ot two Insertions, it paid in ad vanoe.. ,Ne aa \<om than 25 cents. FOR SALE FOH SALE?New No. 9 Oliver Typo Writer. $60.0?. No. 6's $25.00 & $35.00, No. '5 Underwood In ffno con-, dltlon - $60.00>. Neostylo Duplicating Machine $25.00. C.-C. Dargan, Hub hard Bldgi, Anderson, S: C. POF>'SALE-i-'jPnre . New Era Peas. The great builder of thin landtj, nature's Tan lac, so to speak; M. Wit Sloan, 'Phono 625. JtMl .SALE?Or trade, one I. H. C? 12- horso power '.."gasoline oujfipo mounted, Apply .to II. It. Ml him. . Sandy . Springs, S.' C. FOB SALE?A-few-hundred. DUGholo soleotreclehncd and graded Futgbum Seed Oats" sixty eight cents bushel ?worth cuoro tor' .feed purpose. Furman Smith, Bectfsmsn, Phono m. ... - - bti Dil. SMALL, .baa .left his Komfort - Bhp?tder' Braco and K. B. Abdom-J i...

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. — 10 May 1916

CHILDREN Will SING ON THE SQUARE IODAY MEMORIAL DAY TO BE FIT TINGLY OBSERVED IN ANDERSON HALF HOLIDAY Schools Will Be Closed After 11 O'clock?SoldM?!**' Graves Be Covered With" Flower*. Today. May 10, is the day set aside I in South Carolina as Memorial Day, and will he appropriately obsoryed in Anderson. All of the banks of the j city are closed and also the library. The schools will be closed after 11 o'clock. Canirriittees or ladles from the different club? 1? tb? city will put flowers on '-, ?uv gravcsV of all of the old soldiers In the city. This morning at 11 o'clock all of the school children from tho six different schools will march to tho. tt.iuare and .gather' around the Con federate monument. They will sing "Dixie" and "America" and w.lll then have the remainder of the day as a holiday... ......_..,, Cotton SI HI Advance*. The local cdUod ijharke|> has now reached 12 \U4CSiifS, -nifd'ir-the Weath er continues, local cotton men are of the opinion that 4i will continue ...

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