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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 2 June 1916

Childrens* Hats ' wm? i. -Ki' i . [*?f?. f.. We put on sale this week 28 .dozen of thc prettiest of the new Hats for Children and Little Misses at surpris ingly low prices. You'll Ffc?d??sG thj?4 throughout our stock bargains are plentiful Next to Parker & Bolt's ftU-n, ... T : Iii ger and one Roadster. '&:S$v&...' '. . S v. i.r'A. - ' . J't.-'.J.TC,, fi. ... - ? .-. mm Don't delay if interesad, as there were a number of buyers for the car advertised a few days ago. . '- J?i??;>ii?iifi wurt' '' ' ' ? ?v?'t't '?'>' ^A*:Wft'^'frV?<&?.?'K v.... ?..... "-. k-??I rile IS Cottoh Crap i A 77.5 P?re As Compared Washington, Jun? 1.-Th? cotton crop of the Ulled States showed a condition of 77.5 per cent of a normal on May 25, tho department of agricul ture announced today Ju its first con dition report of the season awaited with interest by cotton, textile and other interests. That a ndltion com pares with 80.0 on Ma- 25 la. t year, 74.8 In 1914. 79.1 In 1913 and 79.8...

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. — 2 June 1916

li ME 3 ?S S&SS GAR1UC5C, OF COLUM ? BIA WAS T?LD HER CASE WAS HOPELESS PROPHECY FAILED) S&? CW?nu?d, After Oepratiozi* | j to S?fl?r Severely, Bot Found Relief in Tani?c : "You have about-three months' to \U?," Mles Eulo Garrick was told af ter an- operation more than a year ago,' according to her jj r. ? o t cm c n t.. Hiss in;i ?lek said: u1 o?d not die, but I if bl.'. continue ' to feel terrlui? until -1 recently found, a meaho of combating my troubl?B*:? ' Mina Garrick .says she believes sho has ht hint found the moans of re storion; her health,i which all too . soon for lier year% has during the past ten yearn threatened to break down completely. ?j MisB "Garlck lives ?t l??O Huger St., Columbia, and sho vi'.o interviewed at her home. She has'boen a sufferer for a long time with stomach trouble and h num . ber ot other ail m en I B, which reduced Ker health .almost to that- of rn in valid and which mado her wretched all the time; she said. Tanlac, the master medicine, ...

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. — 2 June 1916

COMMENCED BEGIN T ANDERSON COLLEGE WILL CLOSE ITS FOURTH SESSION LARGEST CLASS KN ITS HISTORY Concert Thia Evening-Two Sar? mona On Sunday By Dr. Mc 0 Lean-Pr?sentation Diplo mas On Monday Night The fourth annual commencement oxer?lHos of Anderson college beglnB this evening with the commence ment concert and will continue through Monday evening, when (ho diplomas will ?bo delivered to the graduates, numbering moro this year than evor- before. Tho concert will begin thl? evening in the college auditorium at 8:30 o'clock. A pro gram ls published elsewhere in this Issue. ' . .^--r.v/.i- -.'.??"'.?l Saturday Hlgti*. \v;\ Ono of the, most pleasing affairs of tho commencement as far as tts seniors are concerned will -be the IK nm not to be given tomorrow even ing In the Hotel Chtyuola. The class sponsor, Miss S-'ranathsn, will chap eron the young ladles. Fro^raW ?or Sunday. On ; Sunday morning the exorcises v.-ill bo held In the First Baptist church. The exercises wore held there last ye...

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. — 3 June 1916

V. ..".V-.Xy,"'- V^!" ! '..WVK.; . .-. ?. . - --.V v;..v.,. .'>.. ? : . > , IVvX-v-i : . ". 1 !. J "^VII ^||B^^L T" .-' "Li" . > '' ''? '??/%."'$? v: tf4*%Mk % v/kt t ^$#fsSPi VOLUR1S5 L ANDERSON, S G* THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 1,1916 131 Six i Cruiaer* ?nd l?verai Consternation irk Londc i ! >.;. . . '* ' (By Associai London,.June Z^r?Tba official ] night issued a statement saying th they are unable, to pass Upon varioi Mibr-itted. The bureau said that i sess- fuller, details .tomorrow;, vi^l British Phb) ,-London. Juno,2.?The British publi almlralty announced that in a naval b British buttlo cruiser fleet met the Go British battle cruisers were sunk, toge several destroyers, while six destroyen Queen May, Indefatigable, and Invl OUior Cruisers wore: Defcu'so, Black was first repprted disabled, but later abandoned by her crow. . The battle; wnloh. begun in tbo after night. German losses, according to ( naught Pommern, and Crulaer Welsbad cousted for and' several destroyers...

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. — 3 June 1916

MUTT AND JEF fi. IF we DON'T 6CT TO CHICAGO BV JUNB 7 A\UTT CAM* 66T NOMINATE:D FC PRESIDENT AND I WON'T GCT APPOINT filNI8TCR. TO Y0NK6R-S Want Ad Rates ?5 words for S6a. i erat per word each insertion for more than 25 words. ; Three Insertions of the same ad oa cons?cutive days for tho prioe of two Insortions, 1! paid In ad vance. No ad leas than ?5 cents. . WANTS WANTED YOU TO KNOW-?ThRfc I have Just received 3D pairs Dlamsnd Tires and will soli at these prices: Diamond Puncturg proof, $2,26. The Diamond Bailey, No??8k|d,| li,75: Diamond 400 Camdon, flVf Diamond 193?. $1.10; Hunter, ?1.40; I v The Ironclad Barcup, 82.00. Agants Bmith'a Motor Wheel. J. L. E..| ,Yonea. 103, McDufllo. i troct. FOR H?S^T?Purhished room, wltli in block of : public squaro. Apply .Intelligencer office. ; f. FOR SALE FOR SALiBj?A. lot of second hand tin iu Al condition. Don't wait if .. you hoed It, as thero is great de mand . John T? Barries Son. VFORi BALK-OeLaval .Separator! : No".! : ?;\ Used *x&...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 3 June 1916

BeatU?.F*rkcr. Mrs. Lewis "rtardlaw Parker ha* the honor-of announcing the mar riage of her daughter, Lucia Ward law, to Mr. Hamilton Bcattle, ' Thursday, the first day of June, ,o?# thousand nine, eu^d/e^a^d;, sixteen. Oreenvtile South Carolina. : Tlio marriage yesterday. attornoon of- Miss Lucia Wardlaw Parker and Hamilton Beattie. united two ot the cdest and moat prominent ram4Hj->' the htate..' The wedding. wh|eh, ?W?k place at six o'clock at the:home ?.t the hridj's mother,. Mrg^ i^^ Ward law ^Porker, Peltigreu street, was a beautiful one In its quiet Simplicity. The i-.eremcny which >w a a performed by""the Rev. W, H. M PehdJetoh of the church of. thora^yeni, Spartao hurg, was witnessed only by the im mediate families owing to the recent death of the. brid?e father. The imune wa? e$Qt?>!tely decorat cd with masses of grc-cn and quaptl tles of whito roses.' Miss Karscrct Parker wu& her sis ter's maid. .of honor;; her/gown. wasl un exquisite* oho "of ""white ' 'f?ll...

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. — 3 June 1916

ESTABLISHED I860 Published every morning except Monday by The, Andorran Intelitgcn c?f at lid West Wh'ttuor Street, Art aoreun, 8. C. ^JTKWEEKLY INTELLIGENCER Published Tuesdays and Fridays L. M. GLENN..Editor and Manager, Entered as stcond-clsss mattet Ap.il 28, 1914, at the poat office at Anderson, South Caro'lno, under the Act of March?, 1879. ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCHES! Telephone.... ... ,. ..321 j I SUUSCIUfTlON IIATE8 . DAILY One Year? .. ,. ..|5.0ft| Bix Months.. .. -.. ... .. 2.B0j Throo Months .. .. .. .. .. 1. Oue Month.42 Ono Week. . .10 { 8E.MMVEEKLY One Year. .. .. ..fl.fiO Six Mouths.. ... .1. .. .75 : Tlio', Intelllgonccr is delivered $j carrier In tho city. I Lock at the printed label on your paper. The dato'/fhereon shows whon tho eub*crlptlon expires. Notice date and label carefully,' end If not correct p'oaKO notify ds ati once. Subnctiboro dcalr.'ng the addreas of ! their piper changed, will pl?aoo.state I In their communication both tho <?ld| and tow address...

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. — 3 June 1916

as There is no tr?e roof ing but the proof on the roof?hut is guaranteed for fifteen ye^re?it will last longer. Roofs don't wear out, they dry out?and it is for this reason .that Certain't*<*d Roofing is made with a soft asphalt center and a harder aiphait protecting surface. Jt dries out very slowly because these asphalts are blended as found best after a quarter century experience. The three biggest, roofing mills in the world back up this guarantee. Thatprotects us as well as you. It assures us.of goods on which our customers can depend and we hold their patronage. We-get this kind of re?pons?>lIitjr, behind the gdodt we carry whenever possible?' on tools, oh buiidcr,i hardware, faints, oils, brushes ind everything in th? build ing line you requite. You know our tquarc-deal ;poiIcy. Buy your building materials here. SULLIVAN HARDWARE CO. ANDERSON ..... . ...... BELTON GREENVILLE EVERYPIECE IS EXACTLY PERFECT If your linens are laundered by us. The shirts are nicely finished...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 3 June 1916

Read "Heasrtof the filUo Ridge." Now 50c aft *7 JitneyBodies for FORD Cats Has capacity of ?evcn [passengers. High grade mat?riel. Neat appearance. Reasonable prices. We also 1 make commercial bod I en and jitneys ?o fit any make car. Write for illustrations The Reds H?! Buggy Co., R?ckH?i,S,C. ?f M&s C?Bsfas?f Supplied With I Thciford's BiackDraoght McDttff, Va.~"I Buffered for eeverd " says Mrs. 1. B. Wlilttaker, ol taee, "with tick headache, and trouble. years ego a friend told me to try ^Black-Draught, Which I did. jid it tobe the best family med!? younnand old. , : vi K??pi; Black-Draught on hand ?^iB? Bitte bad, they 8sk me tor a dose, and it they ever frie?. 'fl#^#Wtnour family, since we commenced - * i using Black-Draagbl,'' -?S?f?*.";'-:.9bedtec4v?--JSIe^DMtnM. impurely . vegetable, and has been found to'regu >.t$-j law weak stomachs, aid digestion, re lieve indJsestioQ, colic, wind, nausea, headache, sick abroach, and aimilat symptoms. > W tt has beets la co?tant...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 3 June 1916

. - - ,:'V*. \ iin a candidate for Congress from ?lie Third Congressional District, sub ject.; to the rules of tbo Democratic Pr?naty. , A. H. DAGNALL. Vi am a candidats for congress from the Third ConEresaional district, sub ject to tho rules of the D?mocratie | Primary.^ - 1 > JNO. A. HORTON. I announce myself , a candidate for congross from the Third District I pifll 'abide the rules, regulations and results of the Democratic Primary. : HENRY C. TILLMAN. - FRED D0M1NICK 18 A C?NDI DATE FOR CONGRESS SUBJECT TO THE RULES OF THE DEMOCRATIC PART?. . * ; ' ,' - frOK SOLICITOR ! I am a candidate for Solicitor of the Tehth Circuit, subject to the rulea of the democratic party. ! LEQN .-Li RICH. I hereby announce myself a candi date for the office of solicitor ot tho I Tenth Judicial circuit, subject to th? ) : rules arid regulations ot the Demo cratic primary. . KURTZ P, SMITH. I hereby announce myself a can didate for solicitor of the tenth Ju dlolal circuit, subject to the action |...

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. — 3 June 1916

DATES FOR COUNT MEETING EXECUTIVE COM MITTEE HELD YESTERDAY 4 MORNING 10 O'CLOCK THE ENROLLMENT Books Have Arrived and May Be Had By Calling On M... C. 3l Tolly-?Arranged Assess ment For Candidates Tho Anderson County Executive committee met yesterday morning In tho court house at 10 o'clock a. m. with the chairman, Mr. C. E. Tolly prodding. Mr. C. V. Whltton wa elected secretary and upon roll cal the following delegates were found tc be pi-jsc-nt: Anderson Ward 1.? W. H. Shear er. Anderson Word U?-J. S. Acker. Anderson Ward 4.?J. M. Ashley. ' Anderson Ward r>?-J. M. Paget. Anderson Ward 0.?W. C. Austin. Bolton 1 and 2?J. C. Green. Beltort No. 3?J. B. Mitchell, Brogon mill?C. Ii. Cathey. Brushy Creek?W. N. Fleming. Campbell's Store?W. L. Ander son. .. Five Forks?C. M. Bobbins. Fork No. 1?J. M. Broylos. - Frankvtlllo?C. M. Trlpp. . Hull?8. O. Jackson. Honca Path?C. E. Harper. Hope well?G. C. King. H.untpr's Springs?W. H. Glonn. High Joint?W. H. Canflold. Mirtln?Jim. T. Murdock. Mo...

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. — 4 June 1916

pi v . .' - l'a?. . ????i\ j VOLUME Hi. AMPERSOfl, S. C? S^Ht??Y MORNING, JUNE 4, 191*. NUMBER 134 McCombs and Commit teeArrange to Nomi nate Freaident and Marshall at Final Ses sion of Democratic j Convention Saturday Morning . ' (By ABBoclat?d Preas.) St. Louis, Juno . '3.?President i and Vice President Marshall are to bo nominated early Saturday morn- j ing nt the final session of the de-' mocratlc convention according to plans practically agreed upon by National Chairman McCombs und the committeo on arrangements. Juno ?4 wilt bp d?\utcd to a roll call of the states, announcement of temporary officers and the address by the tem porary chairman. June 15 there will bo speeches by prominent delegates on campaign -issues und pr.-iy ac hievements. June 16 the repert of a ?\jmmlttee on . platform and . rc?cjutliiis will be made with adjournment until a night session when nominations w'lll be undertaken in the early morning hours. . JAMES APPROVED AS PERMANENT CHAIRMAN (IF DEMOCRATIC ME...

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. — 4 June 1916

MUTT AND JEF .Votre? AC r CA|rt Dr r/\nr tt '- Of* A TRAIN AND 701.0 Til BUMS Rusm, But a vjomai lHO\ti W?? SMAvJG AND PI AVJOWAM AND - ETC m INTELLIGENCER Want Ad Rates 25 worda ?or 2Co. ? cent per word each ?nierix?? for more than 25 words. Three insertions of the same ad on/ consecutive days for the price of two Insertions, If paid In ad *rasoe. No. ad lean than SB cents. WANTS .WANTED?Experienced. stenographer . desires position beginning August let. BesV reference furnished. Address H.'K, care Tho Iatelilgen tcr, . . . ' : I m WANTED' YOU TO KNOW?That iiava Junt received 30 pairs Diamend Tires and will aeli at those pricco: Diamond Puncture proof, 52,25 *The Diamond Bailey Non-Skid, . M-W.; Diamond..-iOO-Camdcn,-ShJ.-.-I diamond 1030, ?1.10; Bunter, J?.tOr | ^a Ironclod Bnrsup, %2.00. Agents /. amlth'a Motor Wbeo?. J= L. E.. looea, 103 McDuOle Btreet. F?PMRENT VOR RENT^-Furn'shod room, with in block of publio square. Apply] Intelligencer'draco. - ' FOR SALE -I FOR SALE-^A lot o...

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. — 4 June 1916

2a#*ifc w*? Hi That is something money cannot buy-?something that must be earned by merit, as we r?aliz? that our pa tron's good will is a surplus that enhances the value of our business, we are trying hard tVe?rn it every day. Ham it by the quality of merchandise?the service we render?lhft>fine and', wide assortments at the lowest prices possible,, to quote and maintain a standard and quality tharwi.Ujmeiiiand preserve your good will. . .is, ' .-' >':jfvv.--/T':::---- ^'/. ^ .l" . ''" < ~ . We respectfully beg to.cal,! th^ attention of our pa trons; to the'fa?t that a dollar cannot be obtained for less than'one hundred cents and beware of anyone who offers you' something;; that is Worth a dollar for fifty ?seventy five or. even ninety nine cents; as invariably you will get less than your r.ioney's worth. .'We are only human though?and to "err is hunirtn." Should we do anything that may prompt you to.-. draw Out. any of .your good will balance from^o?r reserve, voii wilr ni...

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. — 4 June 1916

THE INTELLIGENCER ESTABLISHED 1800 Published every morning except Monday by Tho Andoraou Intelligen cer at 140 West Whit nur .Street, An uerson, S. C. SEMF-WKEIUY IM'I . ?IOENCER Published Tuesduyj und Fridays L. M. GLENN..Editor and Manager. Entered as second-class matter Ap.il 28, I'.iM, at tho post office at Anderson, South Carolina, under t-hs Act of March 3, 1879. ASSOCIATED 1MIESS DISPATCHES Telephone. ... ..321 SUHSCUU'TION RATES DAILY One Yoar.,.$5.001 Six Months. .. .. 2.r>0| Three Mouths ... l.t!i One Month.4? One Week.10 SKBI-WEKHLY One Year.$1.59j Six Mouths.75 The Intelllgenccr is dolivored i?y carrier- ?a the city, Look at the printed label on your | paper. Tho ditto thereon uhowa when the fubecrlptlon expires. Notiuo date! and label carefully, aud if not correct j p'oano notiry us at onco. ! Subscribers desiring the address of their paper changed, will pleaoe state I .In their communication both tho ?ltl ond now addresses. I To insuro prompt del ry, com rlalnts of ...

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. — 4 June 1916

im COLLEGE EXERCISES BANQUET LAST NIGHT AT CHIQUOLA GIVEN BY SENIOR CLASS ATTRACTIVE" MENU Toasts Were Both Original and Entertaining, Baccalaureate Sermon Tonight -? . One of the moBt delightful features; or the commencement exercises of AndSrson collego' was the banquet given by the Senior class last night at Hotel Chiquola, with their sponsor. I Miss Sara Stranathan us chaperon a. The place cards were attractive mo- j nu cards ti?d with the class colors of purple and white. JTh.? coast, were uj fallows. with Jnlzb Lou i^eile McQijo as} toast [pila tress; /'The Trials and Tribulations of I Being a Sponsor," By Miss Strana than . "Alone In tho Wido Wide World/' MibS Turbevllle. "Wine, Woman and Song," Miss Gentry. "Sweethearts and Husbands," Miss Traynhum. "The Friends We Leave Behind Us", Miss Henry. "To Meet .to-Love, and Then to) Part," Miss Sullivan. S These were all especially good, and] were tho sou.rco of much merriment, the -whole occasion being delightfully informal and pl...

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. — 4 June 1916

g: 99 Slugging Third Base man of the NewYorh Yankees, says that of all the beverages, the one that makes a hit with him is The Coca-Cola Co. ATLANTA. GA. County Mutual Fire Insurance Co. 3.3* SMiTH, President and Treasurer J. J. MAJOR VJco Pr?sident . JOHN A. MAJOR, Secretary ANDERSON, S. . THIS IS A HOME C?jMPANY Call and sea ca at Peoples Bank SW5 I ; li m 7 mmt j # Th? Conservativa . Man's Di?lt?&r, 'Durable Salt, . .?sto?? from a neat fabric Is , 1 : ? j from a live fabric end showing ev : ttry -i^-vk&?c ?ktd curve of l^^yjljhwroi'. - SPO Gluck Winner Over Riverside By 6-4 Score Tail Endars Win 11 Inning Contest ?Orr-Eqyinox Game Rain ed Out In a 11 inning-, holly contested gamo Gluck downed Pjlvcrnido yes terday afternoon by a scoro of 6 to 4., The f-.ame was hurd fought from the start, and until iL was nil over It wa? anybody's game. Gluck has materially strengthened h?>r team during iho past week and this Is largely (responsible for her victory over Rlvoraldo yeste...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 4 June 1916

?:S-?t'.i*,"., ' >? mm m m 7 . > . la Ci Those who hav ^n't HAIL INSURANCE a at once, ? m Q. Frank Johnson, 5ole Agents ggB Phons .209. E. A. Marshall Phone .90. -'-/V Two second hand Ford cars?one 5 pas^er? ger and one Roadster. - f Si Don't delay if interested, as there were a Vn?rriber of buyers for the car advertised "few days ago. : V. North Main Street . *^iake your foundation of spring business sure by the liberal .use of;DailyIntelligencer space. Your ads will fee in the good com pany of every other live wire merchant of the community. No /;> : ." ' ' ' " * ;. V plan of reaching the public is complete without the use of The In telligencer's columns. ' Candidates Gard? FOR CONGRESS ? am a candidate for Congress from the Third Congressional District, sub ject to the rules of tho Democratic Primary. A. H. DAGNALK I am a candidate for congress from the Third Congressional district, sub ject to tho rules of tho Democratic Prfsary. JNO. A. HORTON. X announce myself a cand...

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. — 4 June 1916

CONTRACT ? FREIGHT D BEGIN W Eft WIRE TO ? riE ini i ELLiufcN CER GENERAL MANAGER ANDERSON OF C. & W. C. REPORTS GREENVILLE FIRM SUCCESSFUL BIDDERS FOR JOB AND WORK WILL START AT ONCE Contract for erection of the $10,000 Charleston & Western Curollna rail way depot In thlar city ha? been let ! to Jamison & Morris, a Greenville fit in, und work wilt begin on June 12lh. This statement comes from an odlclal source, a Hpcdal tele graphic dispatch having been re ceived yesiordny fron: Mr. A. W. Anderson, general manager of the C. & \V. C. Ix)cal Freight Agent Q. F. Hoyd waa told by a reporter yesterday of tho contract being let, and he was greatly pleased to learn tliai work on tho depot is to bo bogun bo soon. Jlo expressed regret thai a local coiv ern was unablo to secure the contract. I Mr. Han llrown, of tho iin 11 (ion; Homo & Supply company, was one of tho bidders for thu contract, lliu hid was V-0.177.Gft, This Bum would, of course, cover . only actual con stru...

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. — 6 June 1916

V- V. ANDERSON, S. C., SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 9,1915. ._._ Wt NUMBER 232. Fifty-nine Reported Kill ed and ] More than a Huiifjied Injured in Tornado That Swept P^rt^oF the State Late Yesterday--Hot Spring? Was Direct in Path. little ?lock, June r,.?Fifiy. nine- were reported -killed and. more than a hundred injured In a tornado which, swept central nnd ..northern Arkansas late to day/ Twenty-five are known to have lost their lives In Jdd Boala, White County, At Hebc-i* H?rings? the dead are estimated ' from' teil to eighteen* !^our were killed at Hot Springs, where the Ntorni cut a path through the BQ?lhwepten? portion of the city. At Cubet, ' White county, fir? were killed and' four are dead at Delark, Dalla? connty. Cas unit Iva arc also 'reported at Ken net, Morrlllton and Greenland. Special trains with physicians and nurftex left.Little Bock mid Memphis tonight. Wire commu nleaf foh throughout then t?te was badly, crippled add the- fqU extent of th? gtqnn.-damay? wll not be k...

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