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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 25 August 1914

WHO IS THE Oinks eales, Co ope j What Do You '.CHE COLUMBIA STATE a paper a wonderful reputation for doing th time nd vim's voting for Cooper or M the hi>Bt show to win. But it faila ta of the state to support its guess. Fust and strong come the report touch with the voters showing that 1 front tlie Columbia editor. Take tho 1 her eleven thousand votes-moro thar Floyd, mayor of the city, a former s nor Blease, one of the best poilttciuua to the Columbia State: Chairman of Committee Saya Clink scnles Will Carry tbe Piedmont und I'ec lire To the Editor of .The'State: The friends of John G. Clinkscales protost that tho assertions in The State of Sunday morning concerning the concentration upon certain candi dates for governor in tho present campaign do not fairly represent the actual situation because they fail to recognize the growing strength of Clinkscales. Those in close touch with the peo ple of the state know that no news paper opinion nor the systematic ef forts of friends of...

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. — 25 August 1914

The Land Broke By BAN CC A ut li "The Fighting Fool.** "HM Illustration? li (Previously "Bhe la iiiliic," and no man euell come between us!" It would be hard now if tho rurales should prove too many for him-li a bullet should check him in their flight and sho be left alone. Hut how to wake her! Ile tramped near us hc| Jed up tho unwilling mounta; then, U8( limn pressed, ho spoke to her, and nt last ho knelt at har side, t "Say!" ho called, and when that did not servo ho laid his hand on her shoulder. - "Wake up!" he said, shaking ber, gently. "Wnko up. lt's almuBt day!"j Even ns ho Bpoko ho wont back to. the phrano of tho cow-camp-whoroj mon riso before it 1B light. Hut Oracle woko up wondering and ntarnd about ! her iitrungely, unabio to understand. I "Why-"/h"? ?n it?" Bho cried. Then,1 OB lin rt ' < and backed away, j sho remembered him with a smllo. | "Oh," clio said, "ls lt tlrao to got up? [Where aro we, anyway?" "About ten miles from Fortunn." an swered Hooker soberly. "To...

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. — 25 August 1914

VIA %? PREMIE It CARRIER OF THE SOUTH FRIDAY, AUGUST 28tfa, 19 The First Excursion tu Tallulah I ails, Oakthe Beautiful Gar den Spot of Georgia from Greenville, Anderson, Westminister and Intermediate Points. Extremely how Round Trip Fares Special Xjpa??t REAVES - SCHEDULE BATES Greenville.7.30 a. m. Kasir y.!.')'> a ju.?2:Jt:> Liberty.HM A. ni.:. Norris.8 '20 a. ni.2.00 Central.tftfO tum .3.00 Calhoun.8.4'J a. nu.,.'.1.75 Courtenay .8JW n. in.1.7."? Anderson ..-?.7.20 ii. ni .:.&0?I llenvi .(Kl Sundy Springs.7 ii tum.1.80 Pendleton.7*>G n. m..1.80 Seneca.?.08 a. m. ....1.6."? Richland .a i - a. ni.1.0-'? Westminister ... ... S?S o, m .l.r>(> Arrive Tiilhilan Falls 11.10 a, m. . RETUHNING: S?ccjnl train will leave Tallulah Falls August ?sth at 0.30 p. m. Tickets will also bc good returning on any regular train <]uc to arrive at starting point not later thnu SUNRAY. AUGUST 30. Except tickets will net be good from Cornelia on Ne. 36, This is your opportunity tn v...

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. — 25 August 1914

LeROY OSBORNE'S Musical Comedy ii CHI LETS ff Booked to Play ALL THIS WEEK At Tile O?eJOU -On Account of a Delay to a Part of the Company, Will Open Wednesday - Vaudeville and F* ic tu re s Monday and Tuesday ff" Tb say that the atmosphere in North Anderson is different, that it has a refreshing and freeness to it, that is not to be found in the city, is not merely a talking .point but "a fact I? not tit? ?Jr great! is the way Col. J. N. Brown expressed it while in North Anderson a few days ago. S SI 1 Our ginneries at the Farmers Oil Mill and th e Ex celsior Oil Mill have been thoroughly overhauled, and we wi!! be glad to have yob look them over. We will gin any size bale of cotton up to 600 lbs., arid wrap it, u:lng six yards of bagging, for $2.15 per bale. We will exchange meal for seed pound for pound, of give you ihree pounds of hulls for one pound of seed. You can. leave your seed in our house, and haul out the meui or hulls when it suits you. We have careful, experienced ginn...

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. — 26 August 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 Last Returns Show 15,000 Vofc On 1st Ballot In the Gubei in Lead.-Blease's Plural About 2,000 Fror Columbia, 2.30 a. m., August 26.-Returns from about 90,000 votes indicate the following: * ? ? ? ' ?T Smith 50,403; Blease 37,727; Pollock 1,020; Jennings 1,227. This would indicate at 2 o'clock that Senator Smith is leading Blease by about 13,000 votes. The enrollment is 154,000 and if the full vote is rast 64,000 votes are to be heard from. A. J. Rethea and B. F. Kelley will make a second race for lieu tenant governor. Tho?. H. Peeples has apparenty been re-elected attorney general defeating A. G- Brice. Returns indicate that W. W. Moore has been re-elected adjutant general over M. C. Willis. J. W. Ragsdale has ben re-elected to congress non? the suth district over two opponents. The. indications arc that Jos. T. Johnson will be nominate...

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. — 26 August 1914

THEY DON'T SELL ANY ThT BRISS UTTER BUILDING MA1 L Class} ft ec Want Advert Twenty-five words or less. One 1 Six Times $100. All advertisement over twenty-fiv word. Rates on 1,000 words to tlon. No advertisement taken for less If yonr name appears in the tele your want ad to 321 and a bill will prompt payment. FOR SALE FOB SALE-180 acres 2 ipiles east of Iva, S. C. 6 room dwelling, barn, tenant bootees Well timbered and watered. A bargain to a quick buyer. Address G. W. Belcher, iva, 8. C. A GOOD FARM FOB SALE-164 aero Oconee county, South Union roadv High state bf cultivation. Well watered. Good pastares. Fino or chard and acuppernong vine. Four tenant houses and large barn. A bargain for some man. A. T. Thomp son, Westminster. B. C., R. F. D. 3. FOB SALE-260 forms So. Ga., West Green and Denton, Ga., $10.50 round trip. If you are interested write or see tue at once. C. E. Key, County Clerk's Office, Anderson, S. C. tf FOR RENT FOR BENT-Front office in new Wst aon-Vandiver building...

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. — 26 August 1914

Bl 6?? 6<S Srh?ri Kid! curler andi pie ac?eprted ?n electric 9 9 A TlP.-We Have ELECTR ubhc Q fi O For Sale ?"?aanaa I eia.mnsouBaHMSHiiK Lower Prices on Ford Cars Buyers to Share in Profits Effective August 1st, 1914 to August 1st 1915 and guaranteed against any reductions during that time. All cars fully equipped f. o. b. De troit. > Runabout .$440 Touring Car. 490 Town Car . . ._\ 690 ~ (In tho United States Only.) All retail buyers of new Ford cars from August 1st, 1914 to August 1st, 1915 will, share'in the profits of the company to the extent of S40 to S60 per car, on each car they buy, PROVID ED: we sell and deliver 300,000 new Ford cars during that period. fA*?fc for Particulars! TODD AUTO SHOP is it ?I ll s Bill ? PICKLING SEASON We have everything needed for making pick les-^-. "HJ5?NZ" absolutely pure Venegars, b o t h whit? distilled pickling and apple cider vine gar, mixed pickling spices; cloves, alspice, cinnamon bark, tumeric, etc. Also Jelly glasses, Fruit jar...

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. — 26 August 1914

<HE AM3ERSQN INTELLIGENCER Feuded Aognst 1, 1860. I 188 North Hain Stret AWDEK80N, 8. C. WILLIAM BANKS, . Editor W. W. BMOAK_Business Manager I Entered According to Act of Con S7C0B aa Sccojid CIUUB Mall Matter at UM Poslofflce at Anderson, 8. C. Member of Associated Press and! Receiving Complete Dally Telegraphic ] Service. Serai - Weekly edition-11.60 per ] teer. Itally edition-$6.00 per annum; $3.60 for Six Monti?? ; $1.26 for Three Months. IN ADVANCE. ? ian;?-i- circulation than any other| newspaper in this Congressional Dis Met TFLli'HONKSl editorial.827 Busii:'.""* Otilen.'321 Job Print mg.693-L Local Nev H.327 Society Nowt.321 The Intelligencer 1? delivered by carriers in .be elly, if you fall to Set your paper regula My pieuse notify aa. Opposite your nam?: on label Of your paper ls pm ted dato to which roar paper ls paid. All checks and ??rafta ahould bs drawn to The Ander son Intelligencer. The Weather Washington. Aug. 26.-Forecast for | South Carolina: Unsettled weathe...

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. — 26 August 1914

e as Sent io to PRECINCTS IN ANDERSON COUNTY Anderson, Ward I. Anderson, Ward 2. Anderson, Ward 3. Anderson, Ward 4. Anderson, Ward 5. Relton 1 and 2 .. Helton, Ward 3... m.-(lop's Branch... Broudaway. Brushy Creek. Campbell's Store.. Corner. Pax Mill. Chiquola Mill., Craytonvlllc. Five Forks. Fork No. 1. Fork No. 2. drove School. Hall. Hopewell.,.. Hunter's Spring... Iva. Long Branch. Martin. Mt. Tabor. North Anderson... Orr Mill. Pendleton. Piercetown. Riverside. Sandy Spriggs. Ktarr. Throe nnd Twenty. Toncy Creek. Townvillc. Williamston, Noj. 2. enter Up Coujrress. "sr 218] 31) 2| Hil 13| 21 H3| 211 ll 158] 37| 2| 101! 21) 1| ?17| 76|....| 45 1201... H 281 ?21_j 13! 23| 0| 23| 52.... 101 1* .... 44? 25? ll 22| ? .... 391 12] 1| 261 56!....I r.2! i2| it 23| 781 1| 37! . 30|....| .231 41_I 58| 32|.... I 46| 51 3| 681 42 ll 13?>| 97? 1| 8| 43| 0| 60| 1191_I 37! 46|.... 07| '9!_j 132| 104| 1| 106| COi 4| 23] 27| 1| 63| 89| 2| 96| 411 2| 771 40| 0| 4?| 451....I i4! 42! 0! 41| 20| L...

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. — 26 August 1914

The hand Broke By DAN CO Auth ?The Fighting Fool," "Hld Illustrations b (Previously sald~~you gu?TBsed"you'd hijv? to kill him for me, you know, and-oh, lt waa too awful! I must bo getting foolish, I'm so tired out, but-what did you tell tba. Indian?" j Bud glancod at her sharply for a moment and then decided to humor \ her. Perhaps, if he could get her, quieted, she would 6top talking and j begin to eat. j "He asked mo who was after us," ho ? oald, "and I told bim lt was Del Rey." \ "Yes, and what did ho nay then?" i "Ho didn't say nothing-Jest lined1 .out for tho pass." "And didn't you soy you wanted him-killed?" j "No!" burst out Bud, half nngrlly. "Haven't I told >'?u once? I did notl j That lndlnn had reasons of his town. 1 believe me-ho's got a scar along his . ribs wi, r" - 1 \"-c>' "hot him with a: Blx-shoi/.ci ! And,\ furthermore," ho added, ns lier face 'cleared at this ex planation of tho mystery, "you'd bettor try to take me at my word for the rest of this trip! Lo...

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. — 26 August 1914

EXCURSION -. ( >- ' VIA-* SOUTHERN RAILWAY 1 PUEMIER CARRIER OF THE SOUTH FRIDAY, AUGUST 28th, 1914 The First Ey car sion to Tallulah Falls, Goethe Beautiful Gar* * den Spot of Georgia from Greenville, Ande.son, Westminister and Intermediate Points. Extremely Loiu Round Trip Fares iSp^oial Train .LEAVES SCHEDULE RATES Greenville.7Ja.ni...$2JS0 Eas ley:.7.55 ti ni.>.$2.25 Liberty1:.8.09a. ni.2^5 Norris I.. . .8 20 a. m..2.00 Central.?80 a, m .2.00 Calhoun.8.49 a. m..1.75 Courtenay .8.0:1 u, m.1.75 Anderson.7.20 a. m . ..2.09 Denver.7.37 a. in. ..,.2.00 Sandy Springs. 7 42 a. m.L80 Pendleton. 7?T?0 a. m .L80 Seneca.9.08 a. m.L85 Richland .9 Di a. ni.1.65 Weslnilnister.9:28 a. m .1.50 Arrive Tallulah Falls 11.10 a. m. RETURNING: Rr?eclnl (rain will leave TaUnlah ialis Anglist 28?h at 0.80 p. mi . . I Tickets will, also bc good returning on any regalar train due te 1, 'ire at .starting point not later than SUNDAY, AUGUST 80. Except tickets -.viii not he good from Cornella on No. 3...

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 August 1914

"Nuff Sed" THE PALMETTO IT! WHAT? T H iE BEST VA UDEVILLE I1M ANDERSON ^^HS^ 'S A rt O M E lNDbCQ 3 ^ Not merely a talking point- r^^* G*)fcl bul a 'acl* I [ ^^^^ H Oin? &7 ^ To say that the atmosphere in North Anderson is different, that it has a ref resiling and freeness to it, that is not to he found in the city, is not merely a talking point but a fact Ii nut this air great! is the way Col. J. N. Brown expressed it while in North Anderson a -few dnys ago. , -.iv. ?fi? -... ...4^ . -! many, cut ott as she Is, will soon be forced to capitulate or starve to oVuth. Tliere IB even a well defined feeling here that when the pinch of famlno comeB, If the Kah'jr doe? not submit of his own accord, he will be forced to: do-so by popular revoltK within his empire. , AS FRANCE SEES IT, Things the War Will be a Short One, and Why. 1 Parla Dispatch to The New York ) Sun.) The general feeling that France ts dr.utlned during this war to get full revenge for 1870 and the confidence that is ex...

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 August 1914

Aad For Tfcree Sumasen Mrs. Vin ?.ttt Wa* Unable te Attend to Aay ?ff Her Housework. Pleasant HUI. N. C.-"I Buffered for three ?Ummers/' writes Mrs. Walter Vincent, of this town, "and the third and list time, wis my worst. > 1 hid dreadful nervous headaches and prostration, and was scarcely able io walk ikoui. Could not do any of my housework. . I also had dreadful pains in my back and sides and when one of those weak, sinking spells would come on me, I would have to give up and lie down, iud?.it wore of f. I waa certainly hi a dreadful tate of health, when ? fisaliy ****** to try Cf?Sui. th? woman's tonic, and 1 firmly Want Adverti Twenty-five worda or lena, One Ti Bia Times $190. All advertisement over twenty-flvi word. Rates on 1.000 words to 1 t?os. Mo advertisement taken for leas t lt your namo appears in the tele] your want ad to 821 and a bill willi prompt payment. FOR SALE FOE HALE-180 acres 2 miles eaat of ^v?, S. ?. G roora dwelling, barn, tenant houaees Well timbered a...

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 August 1914

CREAT BRITAIN'S MIGHTY FLEET The Armament In Horns and Foreign Waters. c - IRON DUKE GREAT FIGHTER. Flagship and Commander of th? First Division Ordered to Sea-The Now est, Heaviest and Swiftest Vessels. Cattle Cruisers Strong and Swift. Armament to Cope With Aerial War ships-Phenomenal Speed Attained by New Battle Cruisers of Kine George. THE doe* of British battleships which sailed at ibo end of July under scaled orders from I'or; in nd in command of 3lr George Callaghan Is a. ?..vision of the flfst h"-ne fleet of Britain. This divi sion ls known in the navy us the first fleet and ls always kept ready, fully manned, for sea service. Neither the second nor the third fleet has been kept fully mnnued. as tunny of the officers and men ure training on shore and would not in- abie to go into action without first taking a period of train ing at seu. Tut-'flagship of the com munder In chier of the home fleet. Admiral Slr George Callaghan, ls the battleship Iron Duke. Sile is of 20.400 ton...

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 August 1914

Vetaaded Alf??* 1, I860. tm Berth Mala St ret AKDERSON, H. C. i?mmm. WILLIAM BANKS, . Editor I W. W. 8M0AK .... Business Manager Entered According to Act ot Con gress sa Second Class Mall Matter at Ute Postofflce st Anderson, 8. C. Member of Associated Press and1 Macstvtng Complete Dally Telegraphic j tondes. .awl Weekly edition-91-60 per Tsar. Daily edition-95.00 per annum; tfAO tor Six Mouths; 9126 for Three Months. IN ADVANCE. A Urger circulation than any other] MWBpbpcr in th!? .Congressional Dis trict. TKLBI'HUKESl ?dltorJnl . :.327 .Hw:st?H Odie.!.'321 Job Priming.693-L Local New?.827 Society No WK . |. . . .321 The Intelligencer in delivered by .arriera in ?bc <. y ir yon fall to get your paper regularly please notify as. Opposite your narnu on label of your psper 1B prntod date to which ?oar psper ls paid. All checks sad drafts should be drawn to The Ander son Intelligencer. The Weather. Washington, Aug 26.-Forecast for| South Carolina: Fair Thursday and Friday. Ishkabeeb...

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 August 1914

PRECINCTS IN ANDERSON COUNTY Anderson, Ward 1. 218| 31| 2| 3s| ?4] 77 G\ 106] 210| 116| AndcrEon, Ward 2. 21 if 13| ?j 22| 44! 41 7| 61j 110| CO Anderson, Ward 3. UfJ 21| li 14} 47 27 6 70 101 501 Anderson, Wa,d 4. 1B8? 37| 2| 2t? 73 41 6 09 142 Uo| Anderson, Ward 5, 1011 21i ll 131 52 24 4 56| 87 58 Anderson, W\ard 6 103 1451_ l| 9) '40 6 20? 70] 64 Helton 1 and 2 .. 47| 76 -197| 13| 176 7 123 221 161 Helton, Ward 3.... 45(120.... 26).... 60 4 128 48 42| Bishop's Branch... i?| 3?_ 32 2 7 5 39 20 5' Broadaway. 12| 23 0 41 IA 14 3 451 45| S2| Howling Green... tMj 65f_ 25] 12 8 3 90[ 39| 9 Brogan. 4?| 92| 2| 6 7 6 2 3.32]_1_| BrUshyCreck. 231 52I....I ll 6.... 24 78| 25| 6 Campbeil'sStoro... H?) 18_I 28 5' 6 ra 30 26 16 Cedar Grove. 15 66|....| 27 g.... 5 98 291 8 r,or,,t:r.:. 44 251 ll 2< 28 4 1 40 52 7 n, .. ' a2 35!....| 2| 2 5_ 51 23! 15j CMqUOlalftll. 38j j| 4| 4 12 1 100| 36| 36| Craytonvllle. 26| 56|....l 37| IO! 32 1 76) 47| 32| Llutiioc?. 26| 48| 1| 13j 8| 4 2 76| 58| 22| ...

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 August 1914

SCENE FROM -jj POLITICS ts thc theme o? "Jh W?bb, Senator," n three ri1*'! dru ma lu whlet Kin? Baggot piny the lead. The piny shows the riso c a young ?"?niutry lawyer to n place u high power, from which his downfti waa about to bo accomplished. Ttl woman through whom the schemer thought to control thc stiitesman wa saved through love, nnd the ??owilful of the lobbyists was made complete. A woman nhill'ted with a nervou mn lcd y .*-" ' i lacsrd her to wink u luo|.,... limes furnishes the Incl dent? thu cause much amusement b "A Troublesome Wink." Victoria Ford! plnyn the yrlnclpal rolo, and the Wink as she duos lt, is distinctly alluring. Helen Dunbar dcclacca she Intends t< learn how to rook. .Miss Dunbar*! *mald left her recently, nnd slu> lint been put to much Inconvenience. Stu ssys when she learns the mysteries ol cooking she will dispense with u malt altogether. On w 01 SCENE FROM "PRO "UROWLEnS OF TH? WILD** ls Jj a stirring three reel release in which the capture cf j...

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. — 27 August 1914

SOUTHERN RAILWAY PREMIER GABBIER OP THE SOUTH FRIDAY, AUGUST 28th, 1914 The First Excursion to Tallulah Fulls, Garthe Beautiful Gar den Spot of Georgia from Greenville, Anderson, Westminister and Intermediate Points. Extremely Low Round Trip Fares Special Train LEAVES SCHEDULE BATES Greenville ... . 74? a. m..$2?Q Easier.7J5fi a in. ... ... .,..HM Liberty.$JU9 i. m..,...2.20 Norris. .8 80 a. m.. 2.00 Central. (?80 a. m .2.00 Calhoun.8.40 n. m.. . 1.76 Courtenay .b..V! a. m.. . 1.75 Andersen . ;.740 a. ra.2.00 Denver. ... .7.87 mm. .2.00 Sandy Springs.7 4?? a. rn,.li?. Pendleton.7J?6 a. m .r ... ."..li? Seneca.9.08 a. m.IM Richland ....0 U n. m..IM Westminister.9*8 a. m.L50 Arrive Tallulah Falls 11.10 n. m. I Hi BE TU KM KG: Special i rain wUl leave Tallulah Falls August 28th at 0410 p. m. Tickets.will also bc pood returning on any regular train die te sfrlTs :.t starting point not Inter than SUNDAY. AUGUST 80. Except tickets will not be good from Cornella ou Ko. 88 i " ? # This IR y...

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. — 27 August 1914

Oh! S ?^????1 MOM ? C>F YO UR ^'H^5? IN POLITICS ^ ^ ii4j?4i. .....^! (y^FOft > ionesSig ? _. ^T}iV ^?fflTjOHN LINIE VfiS?'**"?* ,v UNLLrlQCH* V*: - - - Al V^5"*3 .... ^oS^ North Anderson stands for a clean, honest administration-an administration that will work for Ute unbuilding and uplifting of the state. . Anderson City Ii "My Towri" Anderson County Is "My County" What About Anderson (Jo)lege ? Book Agent-"Let me hell you a copy of this book, 'A Million Ways to Mate a Thousand."* Jones-"No, I bought one before." Agent--Nr. slr, that one waa "A Thousand WayB to Make a Million." The small boy entered the store and said. "Give nie.a pound Of tea." "Black tea or green tea?" asked the grocer. "Don't make no difference." the boy replied. "It's for 'a' kind woman." WATCH THj The Bon Ton Girls Are Fond oj I Them! Big Contest Today Ai B Little MATINEE FRI , BEST SIlOV ELECTRIC CIT1 * _ ?. Items of Interest and Persona * Wireless on the St Hammond School Ha?i New Teacher C. G. Eng?l...

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