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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 13 January 1914

Columbia Tailoring Co. top and Give this a Thought Sal? B&Bg?iiuS Jair?o 14 Tem Bays We do not sell Cheap Clothes Cheap! BUT what we want to impress on the minds of every MAN and YOUNG MAN of ANDERSON and VICINITY that is a student of ECONOMY is that in this 10 DAYS SALE BEGINNING Wednesday, January 14, 1914 we will make your own PERSONAL MEASUREMENTS any SUiT or OVERCOAT that we formerly sold and is actually worth up. to TWENTY-TWO-FI FTY for Just consider this for one brief mo ment. Let your mind dwell upon this just one in stant. HASN'T every person you've ever heard speak of this store SPOKEN OF IT IN THE HIGH EST TERMS ? Sal? Beginns Jaira? 14 Tem Days Sale Starts Jami* 14 Tem Days S&leB<sgimuS Jsunio 14 TT?3??a Days Sal? Starfts J&???O 14 Tem Days $12.90 ...Jaira, 14 & % gf &?2J)0 . Jami,, 14 T<m Days In Their Store Ck Col 122 West \ ._-_ StOIHACH Mays*s Wonderful Stomach Remadj is Recomniendod ami Pranced by ThonsaRds Who Nave Been Restored ^^^^^^^^ ...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 13 January 1914

BELTON WILL PAY DEBT OF L Liberal Contributions Made by Our Citizens to Place Schcol on Cash Basis 6ev?ral sessions ago the Belton schools ran into debt on account of some misunderstanding of a section of school law which prevented the collection of a tax levied lo help out the school'appropriation. This has been hanging over the school district for some time and has been u mill stone to prevent proper expansion and progress in thc schools of the city. This finally was brought to the attention of the business men in so forcible a manner that they decided to wipe it ont. Accordingly a com mittee consisting of two of the trus tees, Dr. W. It. Haynie and Mr. J. T. West, and" Mr. E. C. Frlersou waa appointed to .take the matter up andi seo what could he raised by private] subscription. This committee w appointed Just before .Christmas and es a result of their <work over 1500 has been raised. The balance of the indebtedness will fte wiped out In like manner. The following are thc cont...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 13 January 1914

M uovL, *w?fl 4\AAI4L JUA, y&uKr ?J"i ?'??. * "S! To fill a prescription right a drug store must first have the right kind of preparations. Ours are pure and tested. Then knowledge and care must be used. Strychnine and Quinine look alike, but don't act alike. Our registered phar macists know how to fill prescriptions and we verify everyone before we send it out. This is why we deserve your Prescriptions. Bon-Bons, Chocolates and Novelties. Ours is the Huyler's store. Has been for years and years. Why? Because it is the representative store of the city. ?OTfteoys Omi Those who ?re not yet acquainted with the pleasure of shopping at EVANS' will be impressed with the uniformly good service wr clerks give. AU our salesmen-and those of the fair sex, too-fully appreciate the fact that there is a vast difference between just "waiting on" our customers and serving them courteously and intelligently.. So com pletely does this condition exist that our unusually efficient service is eve*? ...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 13 January 1914

IllllllillllllllllillllllllllllllllilllM 1,685 - - - $1 ,?585 PRIZES m a m ?ra The Anderson Daily Intelligencer You do not have to be a Subscriber to Participate. Secure the ADVANTAGE of an EARLY START. Nominate Yourself or a Friend To-day NOMINATION COUPON WILL BE FOUND IN THIS PAPER Read every word of this, it will interest you, First Grand Prize Ford Tobins Car Value $590.00 This car was purchased from the Todd Garage and is now on exhibition at their sales room. We purchased this automobile, not because it is cheaper, but because it is better. First Prize District No. 1 Lester Piano Value $450.00 This instrument is one of the most, popular of the Lester styles. The xeneering, inside and out, is of the finest natural figured Ma hogany or Oak. This piano is full size Upright Brand, 4 feet IO in. high, 5 feet 5 in. wide and 2 feet 3 in. deep. This piano is now on display at Willis & Spearman's music house, Bleckley building. First Prize District No 2 Iver* Pond Piano ; Value $4...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 13 January 1914

aiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiw $1 $685 1 ?5 IZES TO BE GIVEN AWAY BY The Ander Daily intelligencer You do not have to be a Subscriber to Participate. Secure the ADVANTAGE of an EARLY START. Nominate Yourself OP a Friend To-day NOMINATION COUPON WILL BE FOUND IN THIS PAPER Read every word of this, it will interest you First Grand Prize Ford Tou.ing Car Value $590 00 This car was purchased from the Todd Garage and is now on exhibition at their sales room, we purchased this automobile, Sot because it is cheaper, but because it is better. First Prize District No. 1 Lester Piano Value $450.00 This instrument is one of the most popular of the Lester styles. The xeneering, inside and out, is of the finest natural figured ma hogany or Oak. . This piano is full size Upright Brand, 4 feet IO in. high, 5 feet S in. wide and 2 feet .3 in. deep. This piano is now on display at Willis Sc Spearman's music house, Blecklev building First Prize District No 2 Ivers &...

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. — 14 January 1914

PART ONE VOL. 1. NO. 1. Weekljr, K t WUhe4 1860;Doily, Jan. 18, 1914. ANDERSON, S. C. TUESDAY MORNING, JAN. 13, 1914. PRICE FIVE CENTS. $5.00 PEF ANNUM. CITIES IN THE FLOWERY KI OF SIX INCHES WITH ASH1 MILLIONS Nagasaki, Jan, 14.?It L be in need of food on account oi volcanic eruption. Tokio, Japan. Jan. K5.--A tidal wav< added its horrors to earthquakes; and volcanic eruptions which ; strack Ka goshima, in Southern .Inpau, Monday according to official advices. It Is be lieved here that' ilie Kago.-himn dis aster will prayc to be one of the most serious in Japan's history. The losi of life and property Increases with fuller news from, the scene. Sakura-Jima , has been quiscenl for more than a century, all hough li rears Its cratered peak In a vcrtiabl? land of volcanoec. Ashes to the depth of six inches have fallen In the seaport of Klyasakl on the east Kiushiu. A postal em ploye who fl?d from Kagoshlma states United Missionary Campaign to Meet Here January 27th and 28th WILL ENT...

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. — 14 January 1914

TELLIGE VOl. 1. NO: 2. Yf' \ " Weekly, Eatablirted 1660; Dally, Ja*. 18,1814, f MORNINi PRICE FIVE CENTS. ?t; fin pro amui tmi the greatest 01 in the hi CITIES IN THE FLOWERY KIN OF SIX INCHES WITH ASHEi MILLIONS h Nagasaki, Jan, 14.-?It is bel be in need of food on account of i volcanic eruption. Tokio, Japan, Jan. 13.?-A tidal wave added its horrors to earthquakes and volcanic eruptions which .struck Ka goshimu, in Southern Jopan, Monday, according to ofllcial advices. Jt is be lieved here that' the Kago.-hima dis aster will projjic'to he one of the tuost serious in Japan's history. The lots of life and property increases with fuller news from, the scene. Sakura-.litna , has been quiscent for more than a century, although It rears Its cratored peak In a vcrtiable land of volcanoes. Ashes to the depth of six inches have fallen In the seaport of KlyaBakl on the east Kiushlu. A postal em ploye who fl?d lrom Kagoshima states bMeIST" United Missionary Campaign to Meet Here January 27th...

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. — 14 January 1914

Q- A REASONFOR ALLTHINGS jQ " /tS?ffiSH. ...And the reason why we Can serve yon better on anything in the... bBBBH . --?BHBt" - Mantel, Tile, Grate and Fireplace Kurnisli- ?Mw?fXm -^?TOfP*? log Line is because wc are Exclusive deal- ^^^mmfw nu ers and make this line a study. irnrniii^i? jB ULMER MANTEL & TILE CO. m, : Bleekley Building Anderson, S. CV ^^^HP TiDAL WAVE THE JAIL Inquiries by Mail, Teli Into the Contest De -. , .?, nificent Prizes Off< NOMINATION COUPONS REGEi ?-8ET IN THE Rl CONTEST OPEI * The Contest Department of * The Anderson Daily Intellt-^ *iafencer will be open from 9 a. m" " ' i? ? p. ai. Tliorio that are Inter * ested in the contest are invited * to call. Representatives of the ? Contest Department will be ?* present to give fnll information ' to all thoBe that call. The Con * test Department can also be * reached by telephone. No 3.21. w Ask for the Contes? Department. o announcement has ever struck * more popular Chord than did the one >9 yesxeraa...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 14 January 1914

HEADQUARTERS FOR??^ HOME FURNISHINGS It's easy to buy from us. Because, we have what you want when you want it?at prices that wili please you. If you are not at present a customer of our's its your fault, as we guarantee satisfaction oh all purchases and the best of terms. ? few of our Specials quoted below. mum i Bed Room Suits Sideboards Parlor Suits Dining Chairs Dining Tables Rockers China Closets Art Squares Stoves and Davenports Ranges Iron Beds Kitchen Cabinets Brass Beds 0 Kitchen Safes Library Tables Anderson Furniture Go* 115 Public Square J. D. KAST, President Anderson, S..C. i?c Duii iipnnucDo oTnwc hic niiLU?ur?LH? ?iunc r Iii Was supposed to trans mute the baser hetals in to gold. Today we call it efficiency. UniCiciiCy is the icSUil uf knowing how, and of do ing the best you know how. We could do our work cheaper, but we won't. We would do our v/ork better, but we can't. tit VI. L. BlilbSt? LUfflBtK liU. ANDERSON, S. C. We will have two loads of mWTennes ee Mules for ...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 14 January 1914

THE ANDERSON INTELLIGENCER Founded 1NW 126 North Muiu Street ANDEKSON, S. <. ..Entered According to Act of Con freeM as Second < luss Mall Matter ut the Post office ut Anderson, S. V. WILLIAM BANKS, - Editor W. W. SMOAK, - Business .Managet Published Ei cry Morning Except Monday Semi-Weekly Edition on Tuesday aud Friday MornlngH Daily Edition?$5.00 per annum: ?2.W? for Six Mouths; 1fl.1V. for Threi Months. Seml-Wcckly Edition v*l."??i pet Annum; 7.*. cent- for Six Months; >>ti cents for Four Month*, IN ADVANCE Member of the Associated Press ftD<! BeeelTing Complete Dally Telegruphlt Service. A larger Circulation Thau Any Oth er Newspaper In This Congressional District THOUGHT I OH TODAY "Amid our vast and lofty aspira Hons," says Lamartine, "the penalty of a wasted youth overtook me. Adieu -'then, to the dreams nt genius, to th' aspirations of intellectual enjoyment." Many a gifted heart haa sighed the same sad song, many noble sackcloth, has walked to the grave in sa...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 14 January 1914

A SHOT GUN * IS AN UNSAFE PLACE IN WHICH TO PUT MONEY The other day the papers told of a man who had hidden his money in the barrel of a shot gun for safe keeping.. A boarder, annoyed by the barking of a dog, put a shell in the gun and fired. Since then the owner of the gun has been hunting for the dog, hom ing to get back some of his money. If he had planted that money in real estate both his time and mon ey would have been saved. If you, Mr. Reader, will acquaint' us with your desires, in either the purchase or sale of real estate, we will endeavor to serve you profit? ably. Very respectfully yours, 1 Frank & DeCamps Realty Co. (?'PHONE 246 Jno. Frank :-: C. J. DeCamps _- -JL!.1 Special for Thursday Gowns, 5 different styles, low and high neck . . . at 48c Gowns, 10 different styles, high and low neck, neatly trimmed . . . . at 98c OUR CENTER A?SLE IS LOADED WITH NEW SNOW ft *.ITfi UNDERWEAR. D B KNOWS THAT WE ARE 9 .TTirawefeifs u^a ? i?te Lim? ?ff I mm? ' PU'BLi n mit ' M?ia...

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. — 14 January 1914

GET THE GLINGHFIELD ROAD HERE Hon. W. N. Graydon Writes The Intelligencer of the Interest That is Taken in the "Ser en-Hilled" City Over the Pr oject Editor The Intelligencer: In these days of railroad and "tu inors of railroads" it seem* tu nie that very little has been seid or pos sibly thought of tin Caroll.i i, Clinch* Held ft Ohio Railroad. This railroad, as we all know, is possibly the bent equipped railroad in the South for Freigut business. It is not conceiv able that it was the inteutlon of the original builders of this line to stop at Spartanburg' In fact, it is very well known that it was the intention of the promoters of the Carolina, Clinchlleld ft Ohio to make Srunu wlck, Ga., the deep water terminus and with this intention carried out roe railroad would touch Oreonvllle and Anderson, thus reaching the most prosperous and wealthiest section of this state. A glance at the Inter-State Com merce Commission bulletin or Rev per 1 ci enue and Expenses of steam roads in the 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. — 14 January 1914

illllllM North Anderson, already the pride of every man who has bought or lives i n that section, will soon be the pride of all Anderson. Eleven new homes, representing an expendi ture of #38,000.00, have been built or are under construction?and all modern in every way. $25,??? has been spent for permanent im provements, such as car Unes, sewer, water, lights and club house. North Anderson has established a social pres tige of which any section might be proud?AND ALL THIS IN EIGHT MONTHS. Thirty aero Field of Cotton on farm or W. H. Tolllson, Piedmont, S. ?.. Mr. Tgm*p lo an. Ai Hin tlummtrul a? 2Et!?fi?d CUStO C, raised by UNION OUANO COM your dealer for our goods and accept a soubstttute. A better Fertiliser will produce a better crop. "UNION BRANDS" h . j?st planters in ybur own county their superolr "crop preducl?g" Qualities. ForSale by Hudgens A Ragsdale, Pelzer. Bennett Mercantile Co, Kaeley. P. F .Cox? Greent?He. and many other dealers in Anderson, Hampton Mercantile Co, Pie...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 14 January 1914

Expr?s: Your Personality in clothes that are made to your exeact measure ment. The cost is about the same as is asked for ready-mades that are cut by machines and lacking in distinction of correct fit and individuality. We don't PRE-SUPPOSE your size when you slip in to a suit that is tailored to your individual meas urements, it fits properly all ov^r from coat collar to trouser leg bottoms. Fvery portion of your figure has been taken into account. Look at the best dressed men in town and you'll understand why they come here for clothes. Prices $20 to $40.00. If you have been looking ov-er our Furnishing section lately, you must have noticed its QUICK ENING how much nearer it approaches its ideal as j he representative of the nice things of men's I dress; such things that appeals to the careful dres Gotham and Vindex Shirts that are guaran teed as to fit and collar, alt sizes and sleeve lengths?$1.50 to $2.50. Men's warm under wear?complete line rightly priced?all weights. When you...

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. — 15 January 1914

PART ONE VOL. 1. NO. 1. Weekljr, K t WUhe4 1860;Doily, Jan. 18, 1914. ANDERSON, S. C. TUESDAY MORNING, JAN. 13, 1914. PRICE FIVE CENTS. $5.00 PEF ANNUM. BEING TRIED Bill Hooby Freed by Jury Other Defendants Adjudg ed. 3 MURDER CASES Charlie nnd Reather Henderson] are Today on Trial for Their Lives. The third day of the court of gene ral sessiunu for Anderson county passed yesterday with few interest ing events. The catse of Bill Hooby, jointly indicted with John Hobinsou, Dick Gaines, Buir Gaines and Rob ert Garrison on a charge of murder, went to the jury about noon, after having been Jn progress for an entire day. After considerable deliberation the verdict was rendered as follows. Doc Gaines, guilty of manslaughter; Bub Gaines, guilty of manslaughter with a recommendation to the mercy of the court; not guilty as to Bill Hooby, John fobinsnn and Robert Gaines. The prosecution was repre sented by merely Solicitor Proctor Bonham while A. H. Dagnall of the local bar appeared for the ...

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. — 15 January 1914

FINDS ira Wide Awake People of Nominations for The ?Price List Attract Contestants Demand Apply in Large Nu Automobile Attract Only two short days have elapsed rdnco the first announcement of The Anderson Dally Intelligencer's plans to give away aproximately 120,00 ('worth of valuable prizes to the cner getlc people of the Carolinlas, and already wonderful Interest has bnoe manifested In this .Contest. Nomina tlons continue to come from all .quar ter* nnd there Is evidence by phone mid mull thut the'greatest Interest is being felt in the city of Anderson 'and county. All day yesterday, The : Contest Department presented a scene of activity unusual so early in a Contest of this kind. Many per sons living in Anderson and the im mediate vicinity called Inporson.whlle i others used both Telephone and let ters. Candidates and prospective can didates brought out several point" ^yesterday that need special explana tion and answers. The most impor tant question asked was: What do 'i iisYe t...

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. — 15 January 1914

^-?-~"~ZL- -_ _?_ fAUfc IHKEE RFI TON PAGF Devotedto me Upbuilding of Beltonand Vicinity, and as **l?lm i Uli I rillL a rVledium for Communicating News artel Advertislna. JOB PRINTING HTRE plant of The Belton News * has been purchased by us, and it will be run as a Job Printing Plant. Al ready splendidly equipped, additional machinery and equipment will be added to enable us to handle all orders, large or small. Competent and Experienced Workmen will be employed and our efforts;will be to merit the patronage of those needing commercial station ery. Let Us Do Your Printing The Anderson Intelligencer JOB PRINTING DEPARTMENT BELTON, :: SO. CAR. McCUEN ON THE SQUARE Yc'.mg iu business but our motto is old - ''Give Everybody a Square Deal" 0 Dry Goods and Notions, Ladies' and Children's Fine Shoes. BELTON, S. C. IHSS Monev Sav?d I JL AVA ^ ...We are now getting in our... ' SPRING GOODS and are prepared to supply your wants in all FARMING IMPLEMENTS AT EXTREMELY LOW PRICES. We have one of...

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. — 15 January 1914

THE ANDERSON INTELLIGENCER Ko u mied 1MK) 120 North Main Street AXDKH80N, S. ?. . .Eatered According to Act at Con gress us Second Class Mii11 Matter ;it the Poxtoflice ul Andersen, H. C. WILLIAM HANKS, . . I,lit.,. VY. \V. S.MOAK, Itu?incMN Munugei Published Every Morning Except ! Monde) SeniMVcekly Edition on Tuesday und Ertduy MoriiiiigH Dally Edition $."?.0*1 per nnnuui; $2J>0 for Six Months; *IJ."i for Threi Month*. Semi-Weekly Edition $tM pel Annum; < "> centtt tor Six Mouths; fto cents fur Four Months. IN Alt VANCE Member of the \ssoeluted Press und Beecivlng Complete Dully Telegraphic Service. . A larger Circulation Than Any Oth er Newspaper in This Congressional District. The Intelligencer Is delivered by carriers in the city*. If you fall t< get your paper regularly please not if: us. Opposite your name on labe' Of your paper is printed dato to whicl your paper Is paid. All checkB anc drafts should be drawn to The An derson Intelligencer. Washington, Jan. 14.?F...

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. — 15 January 1914

imymrmVShmiWMmmmi ni A SHOT GUN IS AN UNSAFE PLACE IN WHICH TO PUT MONEY The other day the papers told of ? < a man who had hidden his money | in the bn.rrel of a shot gun for safe keeping.. A boarder, annoyed by the barking of a dog, put a shell in the gun and fired. Since then the owner of the gun has been hunting for the dog, hop ing to get hack some of his money. If he had planted that money in real.estate both his time and mon ey would hove been saved. If you, Mr. Reader, will acquaint - 'us with your desires, in either the purchase or sale pi real estate, we will endeavor to serve you profit ably. Very respectfully yours, Frank & DeCamps Realty Co. -THONi? 246 Jno. Frank sTClB^^jLCLagSS?CT^ C J De amps ITJZ^Jl^S.T?'jZr^nZ CSF5?S5255CSBSS Special for Thursday Gowns, 5 different styles, low and high neck . . . Gowns, 10 different styles, hitfh and low n*\ck, neatly trimmed... . . Special at 48c at 98c OUK C?^TE?v AiSLE S LOADE' W?TH NEW D. G EISB ERG r Mr n y EYE KNOWS T ...

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. — 15 January 1914

THEY AKE COMING ON JANTARY llth 1>ST. Aiiotiier car of carefully selected, young mules, well broke and sleek Come and get your choice. You can't beat them anywhere. Terms and p|*W>oa alwava i (dit THE EBETWELL CO. 1-14-xD. WAN TEH TO SELL Three highly bred mares, guaran teed to breed. Ages, quality and prices right. .City broke. 8. A. IV! DEM A.N HARDEN' SEED? Onion Sets; English Pens; Beans; Tomatoes; Eggplant; Sugar Corn; Seed Potatoes; Waternelon; Musk Melon; Cabbage Seed; Onion Seed; Beets, Etc.?Nothing in packages? we will weigh you any amount you want from bulk stock?that's our business?the Seed Business. Farman Smith?The Seedsman. PHONE 464. SEED POTATOES? Our stock Is select seed stock? plant as early In Jan. as possible? Bed BUbs and Cobblers 40 cents per peck?S3.G0 per bag. Furman Smith?The Seedsman. PHONE 464. FIELD SEEDS? Spring Barley; German Millet; Ca nadian Field Peas; Chufas; Soy Beans; Egyptian Wheat; Kafir Corn; Fetireta; and Toesinte?prices are right. Farma...

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