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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 27 May 1916

THE INTELLIGENCER ESTABLISHED I860 Published every morning except Monday by Tho Anderson Intelligen cer at 140 Wost Whither Street, An derson, S. C. 'SEMI-WEEKLY INTELLIGENCER " Publlsljod Tuesdays and Fridays I J. M. OLENN.. Editor and Manager. Entered as second-class matter Amil 28, 1914, at tho post office St Anderson. South Carolina, undsr the Act of March 3, 1870. AKSOCIATKD PRESS DISPATCHES Telephone.321 .HUllSt'ltll'TION RATES BAILY Ono Year.. ..'.,15.00 Six Months., /. ...2.SO Three Months. .. l.'-l Ono Month.42 Ono Week.. :.10 HEXMVEEKLY One Year...$l.r.O Six Months.".. .. .75 Tho Intelligencer ls dollvorcd by carrier In tho city. Look at tho printed label on youri paper. ' Tho dato thereon ohows woc-n j tho tubrcrlptlon oxplroS. Notico date and label carefully, ?ad if not correct please noMfy iio at onco. S.uhociiperD) desiring tho address of I their piper changed, will picoso stito in their communication bolh tho <*ld. ?nd new addresses. To' ln?urov prompt delivery, co...

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. — 27 May 1916

Have you ever thought of the idea of turning your wife over to. the care of an institution? Or of trying to secure ? pension of some kind for her? What preposterous questions! you exclaim. You propose to take care of and support her yourself, do you? You don't want her seeking ia pension from anyone, you are quite able to provide toft her with all the income * she needs and you don't ask help fi'om the staten or any institution as long as you are s?ne aijd can do a man's work, say you? And why should any bhe ask such foolish questions. Well, it does seem foolish. And yet, just a minute! rY?u are% speaking of your wife. So were we. You say -IK ;that |he needs no financial help from anyone but yourself. -, : . ?Q?ftetrue. But suppose we substitute for the word wife kh? word widow! Have you ever thought of her as your ; whjpw? Perhaps those are not such fool questions after <;jfi}\} fihe WW be-your widow and day, perhaps twenty or '.tjjfrtysyears hence, perhaps tdmorrow. How are you...

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. — 27 May 1916

QUESTION NOW BOBS yp: ILL mm BON FOR GOVERNOR? V?A)M: nu EN I? OF WAREHOUSE COMMISSIONER THINKS IT PfiOBAULE HE WILE ?IN. DE FEND}* HIS SYSTEM.' Will former United States Senator Jn'o< I?. McUiurin., now stato . wore house commlsBionor, bo a candidato for .governor in' the approaching election or will ho be n candidate for . any oilleo? Thb question has been nuked immy times during .tho past tow days since it becamo known that lils request of tho State Demo cratic convention thut ho bo allowed an hour at the enmpaign mcotlngB In which to discuss and explain-to the people- tho workings of the state warehouse Byatem had boeu refuged and his implied threat that IC it were not granted that he would bo a can didato for lieutenant governor, 'fa position no grown man would want and a live ono would not haVo." Ono pf the aenutor'a admirers Uv lng in Anderson, who la probably closoj* tovldm than ^oy Other, inan \?> " tho rjcdinont nectloii, stated yeator-' day that H waa riot-ai oil, I...

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. — 27 May 1916

QUESTION NOMI BOBS OP: ILL M LAURIN BON FWRNOB? M.0H1-; nil KM? OF WAREHOUSE COMMISSION Kit THINKS IT 1*110 H A II I, K HE WILL HUN. DR? FENDS HIS SYSTEM. Will fermer United State? Senator Jno. I?. McLaurln, now plato ware- ? homo commissioner, bo a candidato for governor in . tho j approaching election or will ho bo n candidate for any oP'.eo? This ipieutlon hos boon jinked many times during .tho p.vt fow daya since lt became kuuwli that bia request of' iho state Demo cratic convention that ho bo allowed nn hour at tho campaign meetings in which to discuss and explain- to the people' tho workings of the ?tate wareliounn r.yotem hud boon refused and his Implied threat that lt it wero not granted that ho would be a can didato for lieutenant, govornor, "a position no grown' man would want and a livo one would not have." Ono pf tho senator's admirers liv ing in Am!er:on, who la probably clOHO/ tn lilm than atty Other man in the Piedmont nectloh, stated; yeates day (hut it waa ?ot ul al...

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. — 28 May 1916

V- V. ANDERSON, S. C., SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 9,1915. ._._ Wt NUMBER 232. TE DECLARES] EENTEN { ! i ?LU ti POISONER OF FATHER-IN LAW FOUND GUILTY OF MURDER AND IS IN TOMBS AWAITING DEATH PENAL TY, x 7-ii' . (By Associated Press. ) New York. May 27.-Arthur War ida'Waite, convicted today of the| murder of his millionaire father-in law, Jahn E. Peck, is in tho tom?n prison tonight, where ho will remain until Justice Shearn sentences him JaAti first to death in tho electric chair. WaUer Duel, his chief coun sel, said tonight the verdict was pro per and a}l that could bo done for the j defendant had been dene, but one of his colleagues indicated an appeal Would bc prepared. Waite left the I court room with th i -emark that "this | ls a great relief; The prosecution took, up the task early today of contradicting evidence of the defense introduced to prove Arthur Warren Walto insane when lie killed John S. Pock. District-attorney called three alien ists to testify their belief that Wait...

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. — 28 May 1916

V- V. ANDERSON, S. C., SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 9,1915. ._._ Wt NUMBER 232. POISONER OF FATHER-IN LAW FOUND GUILTY OF r ' MURDER AND IS IN TOMBS AWAITING DEATH PENAL TY. V (By Associated PresB.) New York,?-May'27.-Arthur War ren' Waite, convicted today of the. murder of his millionaire father-in ?aw, John E. Peck, Is in tho tombs prison tonight, where ho will remain until Justice Shearn sentences him Juno first to death in tho electric chair. Wajter Duel, his chief coun sel, ?aid tonight the verdict was pro per and aU that could bo done for the defendant had .been done, hut one of his colleagues Indicated, an " appeal would be prepared. Waite left the court room with the remark that "this is a great relief." the prosecution took up tho task early today of contradicting evidence of the defense introduced to' .provo Arthur Warren Walto insane when be killed John S. Peck. District attorney called three-alien ists to testify their belief that Waite was sane and shamming when he made lt...

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. — 28 May 1916

MUTT AND JE ^CMtfc HOY CUM ATC oAAK?^ f=?? L A UTTLC PAIMY, xou6Hrro G'S Y A DRINK or-- BEARDY our r AiN'Y?OT A ??MY; OH,1 - rift? <5or CLASSIFIED fe INTELLIGENCER Waat Ad Rates SB .warda for 2Bo. 1 cent par word each Insertion tor mora than 26 words. Three insertions of the some ad on consecutive doy o for the pr leo of two Insertions, if paid tn ad vance. . No ad lesa than SS cents. WANTS SALESMAN to call on grurcrs, con fectioners,' genoral atores, flfiO monthly and capenses; yearly con tract Manager 18 iS. 2nd Street, ? St. Louis. Mo. ?? ? ?if i ? 8 WANTED:-To borrow $8,000.00 .with Which to make improvements tn . Manon! c. Temple. Persons desiring to consider .the matter can con iault any member of the Finance . ' Committee, namely W. Andrew Speer, Geo. W. Evans, W. F. Mar . . Bhall, Jiu?. K. Hood and tho Sucre i=ry. K?rttfn Lodge No. 68, A.'F. M, Per W.*H. Fraser, Secretary. WANTED-An electric fan.. Prefer : to rout. Witt buy In good condition und at a bargain. Address Box ...

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. — 28 May 1916

. ? Uv . I .V? Our New York Resident Buyer Seht Us 75 Bra#&Ne^ Wash Skirts, Pte Them on Sale Monday. Lot It-Wash Skirts, 2 pockets, well made-Monday..?L2o Lot ^-"Lady FiUWelr rV?sh gklrls, beanttes, ?onday. ..iji.50 Lot .1-;>Yasi??tyrt? of P. IL-lyell made and trimmed. 5?on.?ny.$L98 Lot 4-lY?s^ Skirts, of P? K^f?n? ?Hrbnrdlne-JTonday...... MM tot .?-WaBli Skirts,-" P. K.-^"ery Sw?li^dnjfay C. ; .. . .$3.G0 All Displayed on First Floor No Flight of Stairs ip Climb NEW SPORT DftESSSSljUST OPENED UP Big Line Fancy Parasols for the Goori Old Summer Time ?m GEiiBERG _ . . .. */? - ? ... i : . -ir. ?:w..*?rTT*mT^^mTFm~ -^.??yy.j-^...-m.-^J^M^H.^-^_ , , ,.j - deception and Visiting Cards m ? - . Fo* S^?p?sa stn? P?ic?s . J/P.-STEVENS; . Forty-seven WhitehaU Str?et V Atlanta, Georgia. . .. i; . . ?Sr"-r-^* *. . :-.},;/;::' (From the Literary bigest.) If. your radiator leaks, poor in The self.acting radiator c?ment S?-M?nt-bl 1? ? p?wd?rtfiut up in lithographed tia- cans. ; When poure...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 28 May 1916

THE INTELLIGENCER ESTABLISHED 18C0 Published every morning except Monday by Tho Anderson Intelligen cer at 140 Weat V.'bltnor Street, An Uorson, S. C. ? SEMI-WEEKLY INT?LLI?ENCEB Published Tuesday* and Fridays L. M. GLENN. .Editor and Manager. ! '1 ? r 1 -. Entered as second-class*' mattet April 28, 1U14, at tb? post office at Anderson, South Callina, under the Act of March 3, 1879. ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCHES Telephone.321 SUBSCUU'TION RATES T DAILY Oh? Year.. .. .. .. .. ..15.00 Six Months.. .. ...2.150 Thrso Months.'. ??55 j One Month .. .. .. ,.42 On?' Week. .. .10 SEMI-WEEKLY One Year.. .. .. M.81,50 Six MontbB.. .. t.75 . _'._a.-, . Tho intelligencer ls delivered try carrier in the city. Look at the S'lnteS labs! o.?? ywr paper. Tho dato thereon shows when the subscription expires. Notico date and labol carefully, and if not correct please notify us at once. Subrtcribero deslr.'og tho address of their p?ycr changed, will pleaoo state in their communication both the <*ld ?nd...

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. — 28 May 1916

" """ il I I luipi ll Ml L ll Childrens Hats ! .. .'-I V -.....li.? .:J?.'~1 y'^SSi . ^frtl,, ;.' -this week 28 dozen of '. ?-. .^^?^r-^J^j^^^^1^^. *he Prettiest of the new V^^^&^FGT^^k Hats for Children and /"N VLt ' j Little Misses at surpris. V You'll Find Also that fnro?ghout our stock bargains are plentiful iii Next to Parker & Bolt'a StJMMElt^ VyiNTHROF COLLEGE RC&KH^^ NOTEp.vIj/pUQAT0R moat, famouseducatora of.. the ?j,United?S?nte.8.?V'l?? give d/se^i^ McMurray ^and /Thorndike ot Coltim&ia /Uh?yer?lty, New York, Ooinmlsl?ner ^K?ndall dt New ?er?ey*j i?.\/^ National' Education' > .Association, Editor ot the Journal .O?; Bd?ca??on,. President, of. the '.'Story.'Teller's . League, General' Secretary ot ?the Religious Educa-' , tlon Association, and many others. ."" COURSE - OP STtlDY-r-Pa?l -^oorseBr- pf j study / Twill he provided' to / >( meet th? needs of (1) Superintendents and Principals, (2) Hign^ . Soiiool.Tcachcro (3) Primary and Grade\Teachers (4)...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 28 May 1916

Personal Side Of As Human As I Aehievemet V Thero ls a 'nunan Interest ?story in Griffith, who has screened an Amer ican epic. His work is known in millions/-but tho mau himself ls not known. He has kept, himself back of the camera,,out of tho picture, hut how that he bas made Broadway ?it ?back and look at the flinns at Broad way prices and has got tho ?so-called classes to drop their venerated elns slco and Join the manses at a '.mov i?" exhibition, the blue stockings and men of books riso to inquire whit manner of man is he. In the first place, Griffith wa? horn in La Grange, near Louisville, Ky. He la thirty-?"ivi; and has a .'.train of tho Celt. The blend of thc canny Scot and the bubbling Irishman that came down to him from his overseas an cestry shows at times In hi? cllmnx " V .j.. . ?.V.,. ; . ' i..y .. ea,v.Jaw.'tether sorved under' Lee in the-'Civil War and tho man who now stands at the head of his pro fession in this country, and perhaps the world, has., not lost .the sp...

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. — 28 May 1916

LOOK ANY MAN In The race ' ? . Arid Ber Proud You Wear a Kool Kloth V?lfflPWK or ?i Palm Beach Suit ^Jf^f^?^k Ffotn Trimble's j $5 to $7.50 :'t I Latest fads for dressy fellows in j -1 ?A|7 I Shirts, Neckwear and Underwear at * 'a?? RIV.TR?SbL? ' the Up To Date Clothier HIDDEN TRO thB L ? . Uccauao your teeth are faultless ia APPEARANCE, it does not necessarily follow that they are SOUND. HIDDEN TROUBLE may be commencing in unseen planus. - Decay is often present for weeks BEFORE it becomes apparent. The skllfall dentist can detect these places and.PREVENT discoloration and disease. Ga at least twice a year to your dentist, and have your teeth examined. $A DR. HENRY R WELLS, 052ee Orer Farmers & Merchants Bank,. Residence Thone 68. Anderson, 8. C. , OOlce 'Phone Here's something refreshing for yo? When YouFeel Run Down ?dk?t :?pttut?if Will Remain On Your Stomach^Tr^ Ice Cold PEMI-C^ Strange as it may seem to those who have never': tried it; Pepsi-Cola will 'relieve that nauseat...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 28 May 1916

PHOTOGRAPHER HEBE ?AKIN6JW VIEWS OF ANDERSON COLLEGE AND PLACES OF INTEREST IN CITY BOOK OF VIEWS Will Bc Secured ?iy Anderson College Authorities-Pic ture of Square Anderson college authorities have made n contract wit'' nubllshors Tor ii Look of vlowu of tho college ami virons mu? the photographer sent by the publishing house, arrlvcil Fri day io begin taking tho photographs. Tho photographer has a panoramic camera, ff Mil will take many views for the hook, among theso being ii pan oramic view of tiie college buildings, a horizon view to tho north of the coll, ge, ti panoramic vlow of tho pub lic ajuare which will Incluile all four Bides, thia being taken from thc court bonne; new pictures of thc churches of the city, exterior ami in terior views, Anderson county hospi tal. Carnegie library and a, number ot city ami sururban roBldonccM. Thc book of views will bo on at tractive one and will bo used In ad vertising tho Institution. IIA? ITHiHAHKI) PROPERTY Mr. O. ll. ftrerno ?luya o...

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. — 30 May 1916

V- V. ANDERSON, S. C., SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 9,1915. ._._ Wt NUMBER 232. FRENCH COUNTER ATTACKS ALQNG MOST OF THE PO SITIONS, THOUGH, RENPER FURIOUS ONSLAUGHTS OF THE GERMANS FUTILE v(By Associated Presa.) Fighting ofgreat intensity has been in progress around Hill 301 ?nd between Deadman's hill and Cumiare?,' but - except .near C?miereo all of tho German attacks have boen rendered futile by French counter at tacks. Rectora cast and wcr.t. ??! Four Douaumont, northwest of Ver-, dun, witnessed another violent bom bardment. Artillery ,on both sldeB have been buBy along' tho remainder of the French' and .Belgian fronts. .. In Tyrol, Austrians in Ii?.nari na Valley and sotith. pf Posina, were re? pulsed In heavy attacks .launched against Italian positions. Italians report other successes on Aslago pla* teau. :... Petrograd repottK tho only activity on the It usa I an f rent la tho. bombard ment of Russian pcMtlon? In the Kn { ga Tcglon. Bulgarians have advanced into Or?elo territory...

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. — 30 May 1916

MUTT AND JEF CLASSIFIED INTELLIGENCER Want Ad Rates 26 words for S5e. 1 cent per word each insertion .for more than 26 words. ' Three Insertions pf the same ad on consecutive days for tho. pr ico Of two Insertions, if paid. In ad vance, ! No od less than 26 osota. WANTS WANTED:-Will pay cash for second hand Ford touring cur. Must bo in good'condition. Address "Z" care Tho'Intelligencer. * .WANTED-An electric fan. Pre*or to r?ut. Will buy in good, condition and at a bargain. Address Box 410 City.. ..; WANTED-Position by young man. liaa high school education and can r best ot .references' as to u) .racier; habita, etc. Adre s, * ork?r; Caro Intelligencer. WANT?t^-By ' a : lddy, room and board .in private family, close In -Reference exchanged., Address .'C" card- The' Intelligencer. WAFTED YOU TO KNOW-r-Tbat 1 havo jur.t received 30 palra Dlnmsnd Tires, and will a?ll at thoso prices; Diamond' Puncture proof, 12,25, The. pUmcnd Balley Non-SklA $1,75: Diamond 400 Camdon, St.: Diamond 193...

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. — 30 May 1916

m t i. Si Arid ? ; :V;'W.;: Just ,,- ? :. . . . &?m?ridk ' $J? flfiOW?*-' . ...?-.........".. ? '? I ? ?. .. ** \ ?%?-t~? that day after day; our trimmer ls,turn- . .; i - y --^V-M' . Ing'but aome of the'yeiy clevereat*; " * ' ; Uu -rfy - Summery C ,. v^;-;.-, Hate r-.-?-;v*f *:. ... you've* ?ees'this season... Look about- . * ? L.- )a: V . . you and you'll seo ovory place these'.'.. j odd ahupes, quaintly .trimmed.. Som o j , with the nnmo .material as tba goftn.t: j i all delightfully "pretty. Of course, . ' Vi ' theyare becoming; you've nc vcr.,?icen ',-? . a hat from our store ?hat wasn't. ? i ' " ' '* . If.yoU have a .millinery want como ' . ?'/VWi,-f > in'and iel i us about lt. We ?fp: cure '. V ' we con fill lt. - ; . : Yea,,,tl}?,.prices right now are un- , usually interesting. . " . - ? - "-..'.? .. - . I .. . ..- . . .': I ?i (From The Uterary7pigest.)' '-.'? . If your radiator leaks, poor in ? fr,j?*-' ? ?he self*act!ng radiator cement . Se-Ment-ol is a ponder^pu^ ...

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. — 30 May 1916

THE INTELLIGENCER ESTABLISHED 1860 Published every morning except j Monday by The Anderson Intelligen cer et 140 West Whltner Street, An acreon, S. C. SEMI-WEEKLY INTELLIGENCER Published Tuesday? ?ud Fridays L. Jd. GLBNN..Editor end Manager. Entered ea second-class mattel Ap.il 28, 1914, at tho post office al Anderson. South Carolina, under th? Act ot March 3, 1879. ASSOCIATED PRESS DI8PATCHE8 Telephone. ... ... ii ..321 SDBSCBlEttpHBaTEJ DAILY One Year.16.00] Six Mouths.. ... :;.r,o Threa Months. .. ..1.-5 One Mouth.42 j One Week.10; SEMI-WEEKLY Ono Year., ..fl.MI .Six Months. . . .75! Tho Intelligencer ls delivered by carrier in the- city. Look at tho printed label, on your ] paper. The date thereon Bhows when the ?ubscri^tlou expires. Notice date I and label carefully, and If not correct | p'nase notify us at once. : Subscriben? deslr.ng the Address of j . their p?p?r changed, will please state j in their communication both' the ??ld i and new addresses. . To in;.uro prompt deliv...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 30 May 1916

s i at Child Waa Badly Constipated Un . iii Mother Tried Sim ?v !.''.' pre Remedy ? Irt,pplto of eynry caro and.attention tb .diet;*, children are. very apt to- be comc constipated, a condition respon sible' for. many Ills ;ln after lifo un less promptly relieved. Mrs. C.WV. Wpeon, of Bhelbyvllle, ftti. had, troubl? with-her baby-boy, Wtod.rbw?: until she heard of Dr. Cald well's Syrup Pepsin. She writes, "I can safely say that Dr. Caldwell's Sy rup Pepsin Is the .best remedy of its kind [on earth. , lt acts bo ?ently and yet so surely. Little Woodrow was very badly constipated and we could find nothing that gaye; relief until we tried'your ?Syrup Pepsin, which gave immediate relief." Iff. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin ls a compound- ot, Simple laxative herbs, freo -: from. narcpMc drugs, mild in action;-positive in. effect and pleasant tb the-taste. St'han'been prescribed hy fnWSi Caldwell-1 for: more than a WO0DBO WWILS0N quarter, century and cnn now.bs had for fifty cents a bottle in a...

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. — 30 May 1916

RUMOR HHS l? THAT HILL HAS SS TWINE BEEN SOLD AT PRICE RANGING FROMI $200,000 To $300,000 Is Uncertain* STOCKHOLDER DENIES REPORT! And Says That Ke Has Not Been j Informed Of Transaction President Is Now In Philadelphia SSS 0 m It has been pcr?lntoritly rumored on 'he streets of Anderson for tho past two days that tho Conneross Twhio mill of tills city ibas been sold, tho price being a ?um which Taimes from 1200,000 tb vS&?.G??, ln cluditig tho contracts for tho output for the iicx,t ia months. This, it is 5? kl, ls considered a tremendous 'nigh price for tho plant, considering its real valuo or cost of construc tion, but when it is considered that .the ordortf Included consist of asbes tos yarn, a product much in demand tit this time, it is probable that this might be tho caso. Tho president or tho mill and prin cipal stockholder, Mr. Albert 8. Farmer, ls now In Philadelphia or| New York, having left Anderson laat Wednesday." ' Ono of tho stockholders was asked1 about tho rumor...

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. — 31 May 1916

V- V. ANDERSON, S. C., SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 9,1915. ._._ Wt NUMBER 232. ^ l? ll PRESIDENT ?IS HAS : ND HARSHNESS INI HEART FOR ''AMERICANS" WHO LOVE LAND,.' OF. PM* GJN^HUTRUmV,S. AHEAP OF EVERYTHiNG-A ME? : MORIAL DAY ADDRESS Washington, May 30.-President W^sc^'in a^?pni?rlal||day address at Arlington ^National cemetery today, defined the'spirit bf- America; - warn ed1 citizens ot" foreign birth not to set themselves' against the purposed of this nation; callod on ? the youmi men .to perform. -voluntary military; service, and defended his recent sug^ Ecatlcn for the alliohco'of nations, to preset ve1 peace.- ; While.;ho. declare^ that no. had no harannean m lila heart for Americans.- bf foreign, birth, who loved .the "' land, of their-; origin, the. president said ' America must como first." President - Wilson , re?t^jrated li ls Buggeailou,-before*1 the isaguct t? f^' forc3 peace last^ week.' thaVlh? Unit* V ed Slates.is ready JO become a part nor iii any'.alliance .'-if nati...

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