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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 12 June 1914

Filled Vacant THE Boulders were about to start on an automobile ride, when a friend who ' was to have gone telephoned that she was too ill to make the trip. Who would have the vacant seat? A telephone call to another friend found her ready and eager to accept the short notice invitation. When it is necessary to change plans, the Telephone is invaluable in making last-moment arrangements. ?rv When you telephone-smile SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY LS555SSSS^SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS jg McCormick '^B^^^^^m' Mower Thrown ?r^^:<jfear Automatically Whem the Cutter Bar Is Raised. A Great AdvaJ^ $??? 9?. Rough or Stumpy Ground ;??@J?? The McCormick vertical lift mower nas been designed for cutting on rough \ and stumpy ground, where a regular lift mower could not be used to good advantage. This mower is a practical machine for all kinds s of grass cutting. The cutter bar can be rais- 1 ed to a vertical position and lowered without' I stopping the team. 'When the.bar is raised, I t...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 12 June 1914

FIRST EXCURSION :OF THE SEASON TO: Charleston, S. C. :: :; :: AND THE FAMOUS :: :: :: Isle of Pal m s - VIA - Southern Railway Premier Carrier of the South. THURSDAY, JUNE 18, 1914. From Gaffney, l,iindrum, Greer, Npnrtuiihnrg, l?reenville, Walhalla, Ander* ?mi, A Mic? Hie, ANton ?nd ni! intermediate points, ?sn the folio'.-, I rig schedule and Excursion Karen: Excursion " Greenwood Kl :15a m. 3.50 ll. lt. IL R. No. 12. Fare ' Silver St .. .11:18 a. m. 3.15 Leave Walhalla..7:00a. m.$4.50 ? Newberry. ll :38 a. ni. 3.00 West un ton. .7:05a. ni. 4.&0 " i'oniaria_12:10p.m. 2.85 " Seneca.7:23 a. nv. *.50 " Prosperity... 11:63 a.m. 2.00 " Cherry King. 7:44 n. m.1.4'J " Ninety-six. 10.32a.m. 3.35 " Pendleton.. .7:5? a. in. 4.25 j " Peak.12:24 p.m. 2 80 " Altinan.8:04a.m. 4.25 | " Old Town. .11:06 a. ni. 3.20 " Denver.8:12n. m. 4.20' " Newmarket 10:20 z. ni. 3.45 " Anderson.. .8:31 a. in. 4.00 I " DysonB.?U:44a. ni.3:30 Arrive Meium...... 9:00 a. in.4:00, .. shoals J'e't. 0:33 a. ni. 3....

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 16 June 1914

1 - TUESDAY AND FRIDAY NEW SERIES VOL. 1, NO. 14. Weekly, EBUbUjdied I860; Dally. Jan.18, 1914. ANDERSON, S. C., TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 16, 1914. PRICE SI.So THE YEAR. MEDIATION HINGES ON SE LECTION OF PROPER PRO VISIONAL PRESIDENT WILL FOLLOW FORM Americans Recognizing Impor tance of Adhering Closely To Mexican Constitution (By Associated Press.) Niagara Palls, June 13.-The crux of the Mexican probiom, the selection of a man for provisional pr?sident acceptable to all factions in Mexico, and foreign governments generally -was reached taduy in a conference between the mediators and the Amer ican and Mexican delegates. For more than an hour names of various individuals were dlrcusBed, but on none was th vre semblance-of any agreement. Tomorrow there will be another conference, on the ?aaie sub ject. Details of the peace plans are practically set aside now for thu great er part task ot finding the mon cf the hour-he who can reconcile the war ring factions and maintain peace while a Con...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 16 June 1914

Ml NEWSPAPER M VB IRE H. P. S1MOND5 OF TEXAS IS -IN THE CITY HIS EXPERIENCES ! . _ jj ' jr . I When Hb Paper Was First Feuni3 e? Had To Carvy Guns in Or r : der To Protect His r'Uot t ? Among thc visitors tu the city is S. i p. Simonda ot Texas, whu iounded thu first newspaper in tliat part uf Tex 'Os west o? thc Pocus river, la 18','?, Hist after the 1'exua and Pacific Hull way wau completed ucroai? Texatt to Bl Paso-and had reached Pecos City, as the town was then calied, Mr. Simonds tarted the publication of thu Pecos Now. This wa:? the first newB ?nper etaretd lu a territory 400 miles long and 500 miles wide. At that time Pecos had- less than ?iOO people and Wfts noted for (tu 8utur<|ay night es capades. Mr. Simonds made this pa per go, and ut at ed -h?re lost night that on several occasions he had to carry I hts guns with him to keep thu cow , boys from destroying the plant. lie , remained in Pecoa'thiec years, selling ' bis Plant to Callie Prewitt who still i lives in.Pecos...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 16 June 1914

^^^^^^^^^^^^^ " *^^^^^^^^^^H ^^^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^ ^^^^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^ .^^^^^^^l^^^^^^ ^^^^^^j^^J V^^^^^^^^^^^j" ^^^^^^^^^^^EE Oeoioning ' Th ? ? ; "SI I- ii Her? Arie ? Few More ot Otir f?fie&?^jpfe. ? ^ . . ?U| v . "_ Sh?es of?e Better Kii^ j 'fS|* . i . in [ We bave the following in Oxfords: 1 lot $12.50 and $15 Suits . . $5.00 each J '- 1 Vs>v >LV Regina Shoes for Women, Thompson Bros. $5.00 value Ladies'Skirts . . ' 3.65 each /fV\ j -^^^Sl" For Men-All . Leathers, Sizes and Styles. 7 50 ?* ? *? ; 5.25 each -M^BsiaBf J . ?fl&?? \ m $5.00 values for men . . . . '$4.00 $10 44 44 44 . . . 7.25 each ,j^P^^ ' 4.00 values for women and men . 3.25 1 lot Ladies'Waists, $1 and $1.^0 val. . . 49c j J^fil ih?\?W - _Z_^r_ 3.50 44_ 44 44 44 44 . 2.95 1 lot Black Silk Petticoats, $2.50 val. . $1.65 j mm^Ji ' ff \W \ T^dVPG ^00 ? ? " " " * 2'45 Full line of Ladies', Misses' and Children's Pf?l f TO 9^^B ViaSoES 2 25 44 44 44 44 44 ' 185 Wash Dresse...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 16 June 1914

THE ANDERSON INTELLIGENCER Founded Augunt 14, IMO. 126 North Main Sirred ANDEHSO.N, S. C. WILLIAM BANKS,.Editor W. W. SMOAK. - - Business Manager Entered aS second-class matter Ap ril 38, 19H, at tnu post office ?>t An derson, South Carolina, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Beml-Wcekly Edition - $1.60 per ?ear. - Daily Edition - 1G.00 per annum; 92.50 for Six Months; -$i.2ft Xor Three Months. 1 IN ADVANCE. - A larger circulation than any other newspaper in thia Congressional Dis trict. TELEPHONES: Editorial.327 Business Omeo - - - - - - - 321 Job Printing. 693-L l/>cal Nowa - -.327 Society Nows - -.321 Tho Intelligencer ls delivered hy carriers in the city. If you fall to get your paper regularly ploaso notity ns. Opposite your name on label of your paper ls printed date to which your paper Is paid. All checks and drafts should be drawa to Tho Ander son intelligencer. DAILY THOUGHT - Don't bo a grouch; kind words and smile's' are best; , I ' None but the pessimist need be op j...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 16 June 1914

B PP ?QtfYW Our Entire Stock of Choice Merchandise Will Be Offered.the Public lA/l-IV ^ I |KjfiA3Ul^| |v Regardless of Cost 1 W"Y .1 s g^UR MR. OSBORNE; who has been confined to his home for the past five months, upon the advice of physicians is com- ??? H \J\ palled to retire from]the mercantile business. Hence this announcement, that our $75,000 stock will be placed on sale B H regardless of cost. This is; no fake, but a GUARANTEED, BONA-F1DE SALE. * ? Qf>ftf>A CloQf?fl We are now nearing the end of our 26th year ai; our present stand, during which time we have c v*KWW5Ci tried to serve the public to the best of our ability.' VVe are profoundly grateful to the people for 1* - J ?rifl / tjheir patronage. To-you is due our success, to you wc are tharikfuj. Now in these, the closing d?VsM ' " 1 . 1 tieSwiy doa of our business career, it is not our desire to grow rich,.but as an act of gratitude, to make a co-op \?7 ?3 A $ h?tive distribution of our stock, that is, to let you sh...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 16 June 1914

NERVOUS invariably leads tnncverecnmirilratln.-i*. lt In frequently fol I'.r. id l>y chronic l(trilk'oa.lipn, Ka? trill?, rheumatism, ami pernlclour ?metala; 'Ihn Mood 1.1 lfli|Mivi'rlMii (l u( Hi?' life HilitalnliiK ,qvt?liil?!i, and tho weary victim ia amii ind with . on? chronic III after nnother. uotll, a wreck of ! bl.i former ?alf. lie drags oui a sorry esUNBb "? wwretcbod Invalid. ,r Uli Wry That Oures is so purl fr tho blood, which will then supply the necessary food for the nerve*, iclvlng them 'one and visor to maintain their function*. Piartlnc thecircle anaw. all the processes of the body are r,roach t ut? to normal, and tba pallont la reade to feel ?ell. Mrs "co Parson's Remedy Pur i fits the Blood, j Mrs. Joe Person's Remedy if. , Steadier the Nervet, Mr?, ?foo Parson's Remedy Rcitcree the Digeetion. Hundreds or your nelffhlinra toni fy to theio farts. Tesl lt yourself-thal'* ?he surest way. 'Your druggist ought to have lt. ir ha cannot Supply you. Eond his nam? and...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 16 June 1914

mm mm 2 OF EXPRESS CHARGEE ANDERSON SHIPPERS FEEL NEED OF CHANGE THE RATE IS UNJUST South Carolin? Towns Claim Thal Proposed Rates of Con^?qy Should Be Studied Anderson men are taking a keen Interest in the dLscueslon now going cn relative to changes in the express rates. The principal people to be ef fected tn this section of course will bip tue. soda water and Ice distributors, although a few other firms and con cerna will be affected. A comprehen dive article from the Columbia State ' of yesterday sums up the situation 1u {bis manlier: ' "A lack ot expert knowledge with regard ' to -the express rate situation in South Carolina seems to exist. U ie said 'by those wbo are investigat ing for the merchants, manufacture.pi and slippers generally {hat -they, abd therefor^ their cu?tomer'p, aro unoro tected against unreasonable increases in; express rates. The'Investigators ?$y tuai -the railroad commissioners admit 'having no expert 'knowledge on, the isobject. ' . rehiring.,Which the ...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 16 June 1914

.... .... ...OF.. Osborne & Pearson Beginning Thursday, June 18th, at 9 A. M. On Page 5 of this issue we have tried to clearly set forth outr one reason for this sale-Read every line printed on page 5 and top half of page 3. The price concessions we are making are worth while-Here are a tew: CORSETS, Etc, Soc Corsets.39c #1.00 Corset.79c $1.50 Corsets.$1.15 $2.00 Corsets.$1.45 "Wear Buster Brown Hosiery." lSc Hose, women and childs' Ile 25c Hose, women and childs' 19c 35c Hose, women and childs' 29c 50c Lisle and Silk.39c $1.00 Lisle and Silk in colors 85c $1.50 Lisle & Silk in colors $1.15 25c Silk Half Hose.19c 50c Silk Half Hose.39c A full line of Gloves. Handker chiefs and Notions, all to go at a reduction-Come See us. Special for Wednesday, June 24. SOLID CAR-LOAD OF STANDARD GRANULATED SUGAR 25 Pounds for $1.00 There are no strings tied to this off et. Beginning at 10 a. m. Wednes day, June 24, to every person calling at our store for a One Dollar Bill or its equivalen...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 19 June 1914

TUESDAY AfP FRIDAY NEW SERIES VOL. 1. NO. IS Weekly, Established 1800; Dally, Jan.13, lfci*. ? 1t ANDERSON, S. C., FRIDAY MORNING. JUNE 19. 1914. PRICE S?.So THE YEAR. SURPRISE PARTY STATEMENT PUBLISHED AS FOUNDED AMERICANS HINDERS MEDIATION United State* Charged With Try Li? .'ff ' ? mg to Put Mere Skeleton Ac tion Across. W/ As (Hy Associated I'rcBs.) Niagara Falle, Ont., June 17.- ."he Huerta delegation lo* the media'lon conference Isrucd a statement to night charging that the insistence hy the United Htatcs on a ( ?(institution al is t for thc provisional prerldency. as opposed to "neutral" was "tanta mount" to abetting, and even exact ing, fraud and vlolcn?e at the elec tion?." \ The qubllcatlo? of this statement was unexpected hy thc American del egates When they learned of it their attitude war. that (he Huerta delegates were acting ontlrely within their own rights when th?v ori'trlsed the Ameri can plan for the cstt-.illshment of a provisional government in a commu nication ...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 19 June 1914

?H? ftHBEBSeW HITELLIB?HG?B rounded ?ugest li, 1880. 188 S?rth Main Street ASHLKSON, 8. C. WILLIAM HANKS..Editor W. W. SMOAK, . . UuslnesB Manager Entered a? second-clues matter Ap ril Uti, IOU. ut the pout office at An derdon. South Carolina, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Semi-Weekly Edition -11.50 per Year. ?Dally Edition -f $5.00 per annum ; 2.BO for Six Months; $1.25 for Three I lontbs. * IN ADVANCE. A larger circulation than any other newspaper lu thia Congressional Dis trict. T~ TELEPHONKS: ?ditorial .327 Business Office.321 Job Printing.693-L Local Now?.- - 327 Society News.821 Tho Intelligencer 1? delivered by carders In tho olly. If you fall to get your paper regularly please notify OJ. Opposite your nome on label of your paper is printed date to which your paper is paid. All checks and drafts should be drawn to The Ander son Intelligencer. The Weather , Washington. June ,17--Forecast : South Carolina-Partly cloudy Thurs day and Friday, warmer rFlday' lu In terior. Put on...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 19 June 1914

.ni Haye Bugged . <w%w coming tn almort every dey the latest shipment being a - car OL' -COLUMBUS-ll Come in and let us iluhv them, j. They are 1914 Modele. We have a nice line of Pony \ buy girt. < f?.Vj . Ki ' ; i ! '; . i J. liMR .1 . >~. ->,r i Got Missing Figuras THE ?General Manager was presenting piSns for an extension of the'factory to the company's directors at* Detroit. He found that he had left an estimate sheet in his desk at the factory. He called up the factory! on the ?pli Long Distanc?^ 't-ete^ . phone.! His assistant read the figures'to him and the dire?ote^j^ M delay. ? . " " " .' : Annoying delays ??? avoided by the use. of the;>l:^,^cteph?n^'~''-';*-"-4-:''r.. . \ When y?u?t*Wume---?niUt. SOUTHERN AND: TEL?&?R^R' !?^P^f *.= sa .w A*:-*; it yt mE?PMD?NT MAfiTWftL S?WAR? ; : OF SMOOTH STRANGERS W/rtt N/C? \ M ail ofthese /s&?me*.which "Smooth". strange?? come around to peddle are sec^great "Mona? Maker?'' why don't they KEEP them themselves? ...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 19 June 1914

._ I . M l IIM1M.<l . |^^^^^^^ <lf| j ^^^^ j ^^P^^'^ ^^^^^ Jr ?STJRJ^^p Meet Me Face to Fa M?et Me Face to Face AAjf ^ I'll Not Go Back on You S I'll Not G?Back on y?u w feii? Wait! Until Friday, Morning, June the iWflf^^^^^?^k m $28,000.00 WO RT li OF MERCHANDISE Consisting of Mens' and Boys' Clothing; S?ioes; Ladies' and Gents' Furnishings. Etc. These goods will be sold by order of six of the largest railroads in tjie U. S. As per orders of th? Consolidated Mercantile Co., of the United Stotes, have leased the store in the Masonic Temple, on the Square, Anderson, S. C., and will put the goods on sale starting FRIDAY .MORNING, AT 9 O'CLOCK, SHARP. 'Wit . ? vi ooooooooooo WRECK NO. 1. ooooooooooo SPECIAL NO. 1. ooooooooooo WRECK NO. 2. 00,0,0-0000000 !* i ? ii ? ? '? '5 " *1 iJ'et "4642 piairs "of Min's high gr?d? Ox- o ? Ladies -Writi?1 * Uin&eri?' \ 5f?;. ?7' '?7701 ^ 77'' 7771'' ' ' 1 ^ o " o ??^*v.'-REA? ' o Canted leathers such as tan, colt ~_ p . are wortN ?t>.to ...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 19 June 1914

Wait! Walt! Wait! Until Friday Morning, June 19th, at 9 O'clock, Sharp! $?8,000.00 WO RTI-i ! O P M E RCH AN DI S E Consisting of Men's and Boys' Clothing, Shoes, Ladies^ and Gents'F urnishings, Etc. y ;>o ?1 TltfeSe goods will be sold by order Qf six bi the largest railroads in the U. S. As per orders of the Consolidated Mercantile Co., of th? United States, have leased the store in th?Masortie Tennil?J on theSquarei Anderson, S* pj and wi!! put-tli^ goods ^ja?al?,! sWrt-^. 13 PP'' ? * .;?, ,V WREGKN?i3. i '\I?dles! .White'' Lingerie Dresses. t? '^^TOo^?fiT^Suit^inrJl wool Serge, Worsted and Fancy Cheviots. These Thes?'Dre,8?24?^rwor?- ?P to woo. 9 rj ? S?its W?rB rh?n??actured by one of the most celebrated / ^clothiers of the Wrec* 8ttle prt"; ' j? ' ' y.,IJg country.'HWere made to seli at from J?5i5:00 t??30.00 a suit. Hefe-is a ' SPE^L KO.a. ? ' chance to get yourself a fine summer suit, at the enormously low prices. ,. Ladies* white ungerie upderswrts. . . .. $4.98, $6.98, $...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 19 June 1914

000 000,00 0 op o o c o c o Candidates^For o o County Ottices o o o OOOOOOOOOOOOOG FOU AUDITOR I hereby announce nijf?kli a candi date for County Auditor, subject to Um ru Im of tile democrullc primary. It. A. Abrams. I hereby announce myself n candi date for the office of Auditor, subject to the rules of the Democratic pri mary, J. R. C. GRIFFIN, FOR COUNTY 8.JPERVI80R 1 hereby announce myself n candi date for County Supervisor of Ander ton county, subject to the rules of tbe Democratic primary. I'll OS. B. KAY. I hereby announce myself u candi date for county supervisor, subject to tbe Democratic primary. J. MACK KIM?. I hereby announce myself a can didate for the office of county super visor of Anderson county, subject to tbe ruIcB governing the democratic primary. T. M. VANDIVER. 1 - ? I U ?-. < by announce mysolf a candi date for supervisor of Anderson coun ty, subject to the rules of democratic primary. C. F. MARTIN. FOR COMMISSIONER R. A. Sullivan ot Fork township ls hereb...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 19 June 1914

DON'TBU BUGGY o ai HORSE ' Until you h?ve- seen' the you want the best, say., burn wagon.1 Theo P. ?. HcDUFFIE 8T11EET Why w^j ^ant Small Accounts . Do you rcaKrofiliat^n hundred PTMU accounts make a bank stronger than a dozen'lr-rge ones even it they aggregate the'same total-bf deposits? .' . l'r ThBt's why we are constant ly seeking new customers. . We want as wide a circle of friends and customers aa possible. Of course, large, accounts pre welcome, too, for it ls our pur gase to serve ALL people. But we want men anil women of limited means to know that this bank Is willing to accept tiiei r de po ai ts and gire them the advantage of our a'dr-lo? and ev ery facility of the institution. If you are not a bank deposi tor at all come in and get ac quainted with us. Wo will be {tad to talk things over with ou. Citizens National Bank u wiH be doing yourself a gOud turn by installing a GAS RANGE. We **3H them under the strongest guarantee. Easy tarmac $2 down and | $2 per month! Anderso...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 19 June 1914

If you could only realize what a tre mendous difference one of our LIGHT WEIGHT SUMMER SUITS $7.50, $10.00, $12.50 and $15.00 would make in your comfort, you'd say the price was just a trifle com pared to the satisfaction of being cool and comfortable. They are as cool as an ocean breeze. Come in and slip on one of our special $12.50 Mohairs. Sizes and styles for men and youths. Everything for Hot Weather Underwear, Shirts, Hosiery, New Wash Ties. Cool Sum mer Oxfords. Always glad to show you. R. W. TRI BBLE Tii?? Up-to-Date Clothier GOVERNOR NAMES CAMDEN SENATOR Kentuckian ;b Chown to Complete .lite Terni bf. the Laie Sena tor W. O. Bradley. (By, AVinr.lated'Pros* ? (' Frankfort, Ky., June fl6.-Governor MeCre?ry today signed tho "commls aton of John N. Camden, Democrat, of Versailles,' as United States senator from Koo tucky, to fill the vacancy caused by the recent death of Sena tor W. O. Bradley. Mr. Camden will serve until November when a senator will bo elected to fill out Mr. ...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 23 June 1914

NEW SERIbS VOL. i, NO. 16 Weekly, EiUNlsbed 1880; Dally, JM.18, UM. ' ' TUfeSfeA^fi FRIDAY ArTOERSO^js. ^>r^f^P?^i^ JUNE 23, 1914. PRICE *l J?n TWP VBAo BALLOON PUNCTURED HIGH IN AIR BY AN AERO PLANE CLAIMED NINE MEN Warfare in the Sky at Vi enna Resulted in Thrilling big Disaster ..>',..'?.*?' ? ? * (By Associated Press.) ' Vienna, June 20.-Nine burned and . mutilated bodies, the splintered frag ments of an aeroplane and the char red remain no f a big dirigible balloon are the mute records of one of the mast sensational disasters which has* . occured . rjaco man learned to fly. Thc catastrophe, which resulted in the , ; death ot a)!-concerned, nine officers- , and men, followed a mimic attack by the aeroplane on the dirigible at a great ii eight during the Austrian man- j oeuVers and carved to show, more than \ any previous accidents to flying tua- j chines have done, ' the horrors that, j would likely to attend aerial warfare. .' The military dirigible balloon, ' Hoer tl lng...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 23 June 1914

IIS Stock of Staple ^ncl i Ferney Will 0<e Sold in Shopfesf Possible Time .Sj ,,JlV:,.i, . xAkk n ^ \ N^T ^^^^^?^j?D Your attention is called to the prices given and to the fact that you will not find on this peige $20.00 sS .Jllllfip^^ klJLi?/ V * \*\ ' artieleivat?$3?98. Simply rn itemized list of goods that are the best'to be imdin any f srst^lsss gro vu**? -wt \ \ \ eery store in the State at prices you'll never again equal on the same grade of goods. The prices always v .. ^^^^^BB wk \ given heretofore in this store have been' the lowest in the city and to make them much lower ihan ||| , , ^ H?Kfl?Hffi they have always been would be nothing short of business suicide. M S ? 1 GallonXARO Syrup- 5Oe kind .... u vi45cl = Jj J Gallon KARO Syrup-25c kind. S| M gal. Pure Louisiana Cane Syrup-75c kio?*;|S3c ^ I :i Gallon Pure Louisiana Can Syrup-40c kind 34c S [j io lb bucket, pure leaf lard $1.50 seller . . . $1.39 .??g K ; iolb bucket, compoimd lard, $ 1.25 seller . . $1.C9 Il SOC...

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