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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 4 September 1914

Frank W. Shealy ?FOR Railroad Commissioner THE BEST ENDORSEMENTS A MAN CAN HAVE COME FROM THOSE WHO KNOW HIM BEST uni A ?T? i rix. rzvsinc. rOLfvO OA I ABOUT SHEALY HERE IS A SAMPLE "Whereajs, it has come to our attention that Hon< Frank W. Shfealey, Clerk of Court for this County, former Tre^urer for eight years, is a candidate for the position of Railroad Comrnksioixer ; and "Whereajs, we know Mr. Shealy** eminent fitne^ aiija prepared ly s for this position, we having known him from his; earjtyboyhood when he wor od for years as a common railroad section P?nd* to get bri ad for his widowed mother and little brothers and sisters, and, having seen lim rise by his own efforts toi Iv* one ot our best and mest progrej sive and public-spirited, citizens; .j' [SES? "Be it resolved, that we, the members ot the Leesville Demo cratic Club, heartily endorse him for the position of Railroad Com missioner and pledge him our support, and cheerfully recommend him to the Democratic voters 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. — 4 September 1914

WOUNDED BELGIAN SOLDIER ->*? ii Photo by American Press Association. This photograph was made In St. Jean's hospital, Brussels, before the Bel gian capital was captured by the Geruiuns. KAISER AND SECOND SON cc^tSM.;a)MW' ?:fo?ri??<a Prtis Association. F Inc?^taj?. Ff?flerjkik Js, abo wn,.pn Jhei left tmSG3k&&ft?8&- DRIVEN BY MOTOR loto copyright, ?914, by. American Press Association. " SOLDIERS SLEEPING AT LIEGE PhL?o toy American Preaa Association. ? [1r5e,*weeD the assaults tho Belgians had time for brief napa. ?K:'.:tt!oa. t?l?ery of Servia ' ':r Rftn . fntter of her military fore^lgf?tf ve?? K moat effective P*fi in the Balkan O O O O <> O <) (1 O if O U o o O o o o o o ? o IVA Mil KS. o 0 ev ooooooooooooooooooo Iva. Sept. I.-Ur?, t?. O. Sherard, who haa boon visiting- here for several days, returned to her home in Gaffney Monday. She was accompanied* by ??or neli e Mis** Alice Morgan, who hag been here for several weeks. Mrs*. S. M. McAdams was a vis...

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. — 4 September 1914

m If You Want Results Advertise In Tte ?M?ffi Til A Rno? A rtir?rri c?nn* M? il ?ii m tn II**n?fl* P**n\\tnn !B? D6b? /iOYSFl?b???g Tvui"m iiiU^JK/I vat vuna The F?11ou0i$ is One of the Many Testimonials Received Mmm Advertisers rn The Intelligencer: Anderson Real\ ny , ; ? M9 Anderson, S. "CS ^August W?0fk4. ' ate and investmel* AL STO?K ^BOjOOO.OO* . ". Real Estate, Stock, Renting Advertising Manager, Anderson Intelligencer, . - Anderson, S. C. Dear Sir:- ... ; I think it is only right that I tell you of two incidents ' that have occurred recently by our advertising in your 4iaper. Yes terday a man walked into the office and said that he wanted to look at thc Chamble? farm that we were cutting up West of the city. ! showed it lo him and sold him one of them, before i got back to the ollie *, I asked him. where he saw the advertisement and he said in Thc Intelligencer. Recently wc haa an inquiry from Columbia about a farm and wheiv the man came up Ve sold him the place- He alfjo sa...

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. — 4 September 1914

Hariris Watch For Sh ? I Jinil Qljt < ' Ho's on thu way. Tho Mun of .Mystery in coming. Before long Sherlock Holmes, Jr., wlli be doing stunts, nnd fun, frolic and ainiiHcnicnt will come In bundles good and plenty. A letter wat' received from bim Hil? morning and this IH what he said: "Please see that the exact time of my arrival in not announced in print, or anywhere else, for that matter. Do not lot it bc known where I nm com ing from or upon what train I Will arrive, but do not forget that my pho tograph will be placed somewhere (preferably in a bank) and that after I am caught it will be on display in Bomo prominent place for everyone to ave.. I do thin for my own protection, aa well an for tho protection of tho public. Hy comparison--thc photo graph and myself-it can bo seen that I am the same man who has operated throughout. - "I am feeling line as n fiddle, thank j you;- expect to have a lively timo. Good luck and lots of it. "HOLME8." Tho question ha? been asked if Tho! M...

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. — 5 September 1914

VOLUME 1, NO. 187 Weekly, Established I860; Dftllj, lu. lt, lflf. ANDERSON, S. C., FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 28, 1914. PRICE FIVE CENTS $5.00 PER ANNUM THE SECOND RAGE IS DETERMINED Richards, 26,954; Manning, 25,289; Cooper, 24,983 COLUMBIA, Aug. 27.-Richard I. Manning of Somier and John G. Richards of Liberty Hill Will Make the Second Race for Governor of South Carolina. The Second Primary Will Be Held September 8th. The Complete Report Follows: Richards, 26,954; Manning, 25,289; Cooper, 24,983. This Is Not the Officia! Report From Al! Counties, But Is Complete and Is Accepted As the Result of the First Primary. The Figures Will Not Be Changed Materially, and the Relative Standing Will Remain. BATTLE OF Ll FULL UTTER DEFEAT OF THE AU STRIANS CLAIMED BY RUS SIAN AUTHORITIES } MANY KILLED AND CAPTURED Retreat of Austrians Was Disor derly md Cossacks Cap lured Thousands of Prison era and Many Guns "(By Associated Press) .Peldcgratf (SV- Petersburg),,/ via London, Sept. .!.-The Russian ge...

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. — 5 September 1914

Classified Want Advert: Twenty-five words or less, One Ti Six Times $1 00. All advertisement over twenty-flvi word. Rates on 1,000 words to tion. No advertisement taken for less If yo?i name appears in. the tele Tour want ad to 321 and a bill will prompt payment. FOR SALE HORSE FOB MALE CHEAP-1 have taro mares and one horne for sale. ?all at Howard's Stables, known as Ducwortb's Stables. Come and look them over. CaH?i or KUU?? papers. V B. Cheshire. tf FOB SALE-180 acres 2 mllcB east ot iva,' 8. C. G room dwelling, burn, tenant housees, Well timbered and watered. A bargain to a jqulck buyer. Address O: W. Belcher, Iva, 8. C. eOR SALE-%r?0 farms So. Ga., West Green and Denton, Ga., $10.60 round trip. If you are interested write or see me st once. C. E. Key, County Clerk's Office, Anderson, 8. C. tf ---1-rr^r FOR SALE-One Jersey milch cow .jiving'3 gallons a day-young calf. Apply to W. E. Hatonjor phorie 80B-; FOJi SAL K3E5e~ hundred straight an^ ^?diny-?TO?Srs. also a number of jM^bs...

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. — 5 September 1914

Off ELECTION ? ' ? '.fr' j t . 'i-v^V?--'' + - MANNING'S FRIENDS ARE| CONFIDENT 11ERE FOR WIN&rUP Candidates Come to the Piedmont To Camp* gn on Home Stretch. For Various State Ofrtcee I Anderson county .Is ready for theH second election which IP *o ne held th I this State next Tuesday. Friday ser- I eral of the -candidates for State offices I were In the city and some of them I will remain for toda^y and this being I will be done -tn the 'county than has I been accomplished, since the first pr! I mary. I Jlends of Richard I. Manning, tho I lng cundida to for governor, aar I that he will have a majority in this I county. Mr. Manning arrived In the city I Thursday night and spent all of yes- I tefday |n the county while John Cl. I Richards, also a candidate tor gsv-l erpor. wit) arrivo today and wilt cpeakl this afternoon at 3 o'clock from the court houM steps. Andrew P. Bettles.? a rand ?data for lieutenant governor,! wgs In Anderson yesterday, and con-H ferred with' his friends...

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. — 5 September 1914

IH? ANDERSON INTELLIGENCER fsanded Acgagt t, IMO. Ii? Nerta Mala Stret ANDERSON, H. C. WILLIAM BANK8. Editor W. W. SMOAK ... Business Manager j Entered According to Act of Con gress as Second Class Mail Matter at tbs Postofllce at Anderson, S. C. Member of Associated Bress and Receiving Complete Daily Telegraphic Service. flctnl - Weekly edition-$1.60 per ] Tear. D0U7 edition-$5.00 per annum; a(0 foi' Six tooths; $1.25 for Three| alia?. IN ADVANCE. . A larger circulation than any other] a* wo pup., lc this Congressional Dis trict T?LEl'HO>E8t Editorial. 327 j B?*?.r- Olm:?.' 33II Job Bi mum.G93-L Local NVws.327 Society Nowa.821 The Intelligencer In delivered by ?arriera in .be etty l( you fall to get your paper regularly please notify ?g. Opposite your name on label Of your paper is prued date to which year paper ls paid. All checks and .Mitts should be drswn f0 The Ander son Intelligencer. ?e Weather Sept. 4-forecast: i. Fair Saturday and Sunday.M NEW TEACHERS ' sanderson colleg...

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. — 5 September 1914

Oakwood The accompanying illustra of Hie county, giv; an indicatio the young mens' class in the Oa just been called as pastor of th m i's V.?/> ?*-^.^ ' . EUROPEAN WAR BULLETINS j . I Continued from page Evidences of .> Scrap. j !: London, Sept 4.-3.55 p. m.-The official information bure?u has issued i statement saynig : ' ? - Mp.i ''.>'?. ; .According.tp information derived from-,7 tnsiwQrthy source, seven German -destroyers and torpedo boats arnved'-at Kiel iii a damaged .condition;; gfri? it is understood that others have (been s>unk in* th? vicii?tv of the Kiel canal." Will Remain Neutral. Paris, Sept. 4.-6.40 p. m.-A Havas Agency dispatch from Athens says that thc Bulgarian minister lo Greece has assured the government that Bulgaria has decided lo maintain the strictest neu trality until the end of, the war. A Russian Victory. London, Sept. 4.-7.35 p. m.-A dispatch to the Reuter Tele gram Company from" Petrograd (St. Petersburg) s^ys the follow ng official statement...

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. — 5 September 1914

Who Is 'HOB.' J. H. Patten ? A man signing himself J. H. Patten, and claiming to be g?n?ral counsel of the Farmers Union, has written a letter which is being cir culated, in which he urges the peo ple to vote against the re-election of Congressman Aiken. He makes only the same charges that have already been threshed out in the campaign Inquiry develops the fact that Mr. Patten is ? prosessinai lobby ist in Washington. It is admitted that he is a somewhat more re spectable man than a lobbyist of l li A Mnlli-ill ?irviA kn? L_ im _ byist nevertheless. Men of his tyiU?. can thrive only when there are new men *n Congress. Old members know them and will have nothing to do with them. Those who want io know more about this tooti Patten should in quire of Senator E. D. Smith, or any of the cider members bf the Senate or House of Representa tives, Patten is a native of Boston and has never lived in the South. It is not believed that a Massachu setts Republican will have very milch influences...

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. — 5 September 1914

? ??\7~-- 117-J. T?_U 11 I Ult *"' """ "*"' Advertise In I The Best Advertising Medie a In Upper Carolina j I The Following is One of ike Meaty T^irnonials | S Received From Advertisers in The In^^^^ncer: ^ Anderson Real ?state and Investment Company j CAPCFAt STOCK $50,000.00 "^SS? " I Real Estate, Stock, Renting 1 Anderson intelligencer. Anderson, STET "~ ~# Wpm*?*"** Dear Sir:- S ' : v; ^% ~t ? Uhinkyit is on^ ri^ht wat I<teUV*r?f twV incidents that have occurred recently by ow advertising in your paper. Yes terday a man walked into the-office and said that he wanted to look at the Chamblee farm that we were cutting up West of the city. ! showed it to hint and sold him one of them, before I got back to th<* ajSi?yA asked, him where he saw the advertisement and he said in Thc Intelligencer. < Recently we had an inquiry from Columbia about a farm and when the vna? came up we sold him the place- He also said, he saw the advertisement in The Intelligence!. Yours yery truly, ...

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. — 5 September 1914

Bl JO Harms "The < TANGO DANCING Sherlock Holm< Give Every He Will Visit Son Business Hous He is In Sherlock Holmes, Jr., Is going to visit some ot tho lauding business houses daily. Also ho will meet some leading business men and have a good time generally and give you numerous chances to get a line on hun so that when the bridle cornea off you will have no trouble In locating the right man. Not Yet ?nt Soon, Just when you can take a flyer for that $26 you will be told through these columns. Sherlock Holmes, Jr., will keep himself busy pulling off a few stunts to Interest : ou, when ho ar rives, and the exact time when the bridle comes o'f will be duly an nounced. After that is done of conree Mr. Holmes will have his hands full and lt goes without saying that you will alao have your hand? full to nab hun. But whenever you do, you will receive he $25 cash for your trouble. The Sherlock Holmes, Jr., fever ia infectious and everybody feels lt be. foro tho gentleman leaves the ci...

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. — 6 September 1914

VOLUME 1, NO. 187 Weekly, Established I860; Dftllj, lu. lt, lflf. ANDERSON, S. C., FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 28, 1914. PRICE FIVE CENTS $5.00 PER ANNUM THE SECOND RAGE IS DETERMINED Richards, 26,954; Manning, 25,289; Cooper, 24,983 COLUMBIA, Aug. 27.-Richard I. Manning of Somier and John G. Richards of Liberty Hill Will Make the Second Race for Governor of South Carolina. The Second Primary Will Be Held September 8th. The Complete Report Follows: Richards, 26,954; Manning, 25,289; Cooper, 24,983. This Is Not the Officia! Report From Al! Counties, But Is Complete and Is Accepted As the Result of the First Primary. The Figures Will Not Be Changed Materially, and the Relative Standing Will Remain. OMINOUS SILE REIGNS H CON( NO NEWS OF IMPORTANCE I FROM THE OPPOSING ARMIES ^*t?nm? a atd a fWl Trkr< ?O?fTvm/^l^O V*AT A VIVE* BELGIAN TOWN Natives Have Opened Dykes] and Country Is Flooded Caus ing LOM to 'Gentian Army Almost total silence is being main tained regarding happenings in France...

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. — 6 September 1914

Classified Want Advert? Twenty-five words or loas, One Ti: Six Times $1 OC. AH advertisement over twenty-five word. Hates on l.ouu words to I ttys. No advertisement taken for less t If your uame appears <n the tolet .your want ad to 321 ano* il bill will t prompt payment. FOR SALE HOUSE FOR SALE fHEAP-1 have two mares and one horse for salo. Call at Howard's Stables, known ns Dueworth's Stables. Come and look them over, ('.ash or good papers. V B. Cheshire. If FOB teALE-180 acres 2 miles east of Iva* 8. C. r> room dwelling, barn, tenant bousees Well timbered and watered. A bsrgsln to a quick buyer. Address O. W. Belcher, tts. 8. C. fOEiSALE-250 farms So. Ga., West ?atid Denton, Ga., *'.0.!j0 round If you are Interested write me at oncoi'C. E. Key. County t?Tfffcoj andqraon, 8. O. tf LE-Pulleys and Bhafting and sumner shafts, displaced by lndl vld|ial motors. Apply T. K. Roper, Mgr., Anderson Intelligencer ! Joh ?jj FOR RENT FOI ; 'RENT-Two ttore rooms located od .the square, 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. — 6 September 1914

I.'?1;8Tfc Air "??VTTTTTTTTTTTTT TTT l.| SOC! For Mr. a cd Mrs. Holroyd.) Miss' Rhoda VsndWer requests the pleasure of your company at llnner, Wednesday, September the ninth, at elghtAo'clock, to meet Mr. and Mrs. Holroyd. Laura Party. \iinses Anne Qambrell, Evelyn Browne and Lydia McCully entertain ed with a lovely lawn party Tuesday, evening on MiRses Browne'? and (lam breil's lawns. Japanese lanterna were utrung across the lawn and in the ivy covered arbor lighted with lanterna Mrs. P. K. McCully and Misa Jean Cunningham served delicious nectar. After an interesting contest of "how many peas In the' jar,", Miss Frances. Marshull was a wardell tho first, prise, a box <>r candy, for the moat correct guess und Miss Laurie Smothers a stick of red candy for the most. Incor rect. Mrs. (imnbroll, Mrs. Jess Stribling, Miases Caroline Vance, Lal Cunning ham and J. .i:;ie urowne served .tho guests a tempting Ice course ami mints. Those accepting invitations to this charming porty wer...

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. — 6 September 1914

Wmm?t? August 1, 1860. m North Mal? Stret ANDERSON, S. C. WILLIAM BANKS. Editor W. W. 8MOAK_Business Manager Entered According to Act of Con gress as Second Class Mail Matter at tko Post?nico at Anderson, 8. C. Member of Associated Press and ! Receiving Complete Daily Telegraphic | Service. 0emi - Weekly edition-11.60 per j fair. Daily edition-$5.00 per annum; f2.R0 for Rix Mouths; 11.26 for Three? Monads. IN ADVANCE. A larg' .- circulation than any other a*wu ii.. . In thin Congressional Dis trict. TELEPHONES! ?dliorlal.827 j Joh Prim i r.e..693-L] Local Nov;?.327 Society News.321 The Intelligencer is delivered by carrierB ba ?he city, ir you fall to get your paper regularly please notify ea. Opposite your name on label ai your paper is pri.ivd dato to which .?tar paper is paid. All chocks and drafts should be drawn to The Ander son Intelligencer. -li JV Wether < Washington, Sept. 5.-Forecast South Caruiinu, generally fair Sunday and Monday. , ih THE .CAMPAIGN IS OVER The campai...

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. — 6 September 1914

NOW IS THE TIME T ??RfvVYO w ;IG^f ; I - -.- ' - . . Preparatory to the Long Winter Nights! jj Install MAZDA LAMPS In All Sockets We Guarantee THE SAVING Will be More Than Enough to Pay the Extra Cost of the NEW TYPE Over the OLD And You Will Get Better Light in Addition SOUTHERN pjlUBLIC UTILITIES COMPANY These are the points you consider jwhe . selecting a Typewriter, j THE L. C. SMITH TYPEWR combines all. of these points, and a good more besides. j It will please your Stenographer and steady, continuous service will PLEASE YOU ? J. E. CR AYTON & CO., Charlotte, N. C.I Cox Stationery Co,, Local I Molyn Chymes and Rob|rt CartHdgc | yesterday,, en route to Asheville, ot Greenwood passed thro??gu~?%*i'i?y 'J?^r^la^y'w?irsp?nd" a few'days. ^cJ^^ Eight on the \ apA canes for the Anderson postoffice, I hav>rtosay: Mr. Aiken stated in substance at Pick ens that there were fourteen or fifteen ap plication .nd he would be foolish to ap point one beforesthe primary and have th? other...

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. — 6 September 1914

gSSSSSSSSSSa IA C ?fj Shoes ?j That Satis Ul SOMETHING ve jjgj ^ hard to get; sas Geisberg Bro.'s S ES Co., claim to have ag ?hoes that will please :? every sense of the w< ag This enterprising, i s: V : lore has since SS cuing only a few mc =5 back, built up a rep t?on for Square dea gajid selling "SHC THAT SATISFY", 1 S will ever be a sourci 3 pride to thc manag =g and to the buying pu ac of Anderson and vi Ss i ty. , We appreciate sss efforts made by SS company to give to Sp derson a shoe store sss: ond to none in the st Always courteous aa obliging, the mana: ?jg of this concern are < ap tinua?ly striving to as the best to be had in f aa y/ear. Modern in e> as *r?spect,! this store of as ativaiVtages' that' it ? Iji^y^ow to investiga I?!!!?iiiSi?!?!!lii!!iilii!!!l i t?erso??l f ? AA*-,JI,AX.? i J-lj.Aj.AAA J .? ? A TTTTTyTT^TTT*rTiTTT'f TTT I V I'T 'f J. Meteor King of Marlin township wan among the visitors to spend yes terday in tho city. ? - v Will Tjicker of tho Hope...

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. — 6 September 1914

JOh : Agrie d?Ctu Our i Iphare . Three cottoi ?i ..ciassc ....... .Tjie! man i ' say w ^ a yesi nary < I The **? merpi spects ? actual I Farmers "f? which ir which |g -.-rnput I - i electe couth j .benat \ comp! sh?uli dered same same B rtSy such ; M ? a bon fill ililli H... II i JW lu *lBtTR-r>? ?**MW COTTON SEED 'SHIPPED T? SOUTH AFRICA FIRST SHIPMENT Fe? First Time In History ci the State, Cotton Seed Will Go To Foreign Country Tho nr)?t order evor received in AQ dcrsol, o?. in Soatj) Caro Uga, f?r> that' matter, for good from South Africa, reached this city, yesterday ,ln;, the shape of order forborne Anderson long stajflfe cotton seed. How the people im the, far-away country ever heard of?the Anderson variety is M question ?h?rd to determine.JV}\? ?Pfr. tain it 1B that Furmani 8mith: the An derson secdman, received an order Which requested that a certain kind of seed raised by an Anderson man be shipped at the earliest poswbie mo ment. Tho order went on to say that t.-...

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. — 6 September 1914

"With a Con Goes "With THE MAN WITH A GETTING SOUP > THE COUNTERFE lau The ANDERSON O. K OF MY Hunt to Begin Mc His Picture De] of Anderson. o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o . ' -, I . o PICTURE" ON DEPOSIT . ??: I-I- l-'t ||;,l"', , ; . o My picture' has been placed o o' under seal In' the. vaults of the o o Bank of1 Anderson under the o o tyermtaat care ot Mr; B.F. Maui- o o din, president, ' where ; io will <be o o kept uhtil tills contrat and?. o o This tit* A Safeguard to myself o o and the public I o ti When th? picture is withdrawn o ? .I .a.?.....? i--?-- - -.-.-TT". .-. o par Ison will quickly tell that I e o' nm tho'same individual who has. ? o impersonated the part through- o o out o o In selecting a banking instltu- o o tion, I always', do so with the o o idea of progressiveness, cou- o o Borvatlsm and accommodation, o o You will find all three at' the o o Bank of Anderson. o . ? oooooooooooooo ?Tc -j ? e (By Sherlock Holmes, Jr.) How are you? In tho words of ...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
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