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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 30 June 1914

fet^^^^. THI' COCA-COLA co^^ R^'i^aBtf ATLANTA, Civ. ?^?" yoa 4ti*?7 It Is a Mistaken Idea! that one muet have a large amount of money to open an account borne of our largest depositors today made a beginning with email amounta. Put the difference between your income and your out-go in this bunk, and you will always be "ahead of the gamo." We make a specialty of small notes running from $2& to $100. \ Bring them to us. -?.-"V Farmers and Merclfes^ts Bank AND Farmers Loan & Trust Company We Haye Buggies j| I ?f f coming in almost every day tSio [ ' ?M i ateat shipment being ? car of ll] ?h? Bj - -COLUMBUS- i] . ^ Come in and let os show tbeak?^ fil [ They are 1914 Modela. V-<vA ? M N . ,Wa bave ai mee. Sj '... . ? I j. S. roVVLER I WI i.ii>niIMv.wfiifiMn'iiiM?iin*>i.ilMin-.ii ? i II rn ? ?X . gt.ii ri i n ? mi III.I.?IHMI i i i ''BJ ?MMBaaBpanj^^ --^.--^ J_ _?--.jy_' - :-- __-'_ ' n - - I Thai Ft?a?rvfeig anu Ja ra-'"Timen? I s On IThat Man Austin Js better prepared ...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 30 June 1914

^7 eve Got a 5c LACE COUNTER That you ought to visit. You'll find fine round thread, lin en, val., etc. Not a piece but what is well worth 5c-the major ity of it more. New Shirt Waists \ ? -V ? As thin and as cool as can be, H $1.00 and $1.25 EVERY WHITE and COLORED T Dress AT REDUCED PRICES SPictorial Review Patterns and fashion Sheets for August m .?'.M. . ioore-Wilson Co., Anderson, S. C. ?'4> OOO OOOOOQOOOOOOoj ?I HAVE BEEN GOVERNOR!" o 0 0 O OflAO o^o o oooooooo ^1 h?ve)bd?b governor for the past roo yeafs and nobody else has been," id Governor Bleass at St. Matthews. Yes, Mr.-Blease hag been governor r the pasT three years and, in the ??ntlmo, almost every part oft the achlnery of government haa .been ?ddlod with,,disorganised, put out of ar or b'onen down completely, u no governor' has interfered with e; co-ordinate departments of gov hmeat, tho 'Judiciary and the legis Itere, with'the result of gravely lm drlng their dignity and capacity for (^mesjsr^, . - lie has interfe...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 3 July 1914

TUESDAY AND FRIDAY NEW SERIES VOL. 1. NO. ll.lYetkly, EsUbllHhe? IS??; Dally, Jaii.13, 1911. ANDERSON, S. C., FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 5, 1914. DA GAWA TELLS PRESS IN TERNATIONAL PROBLEM |S SETTLED > i ' -_ IS FLAG SALUTED? GefleraMtie3 Magnificently Dealt In aa Metiiotor Dub? Council ..Satisfactory j, fl h} ". -_ . . '. t?y A?-nclated PreBt?.) Niagara Falls. ?ht., July 1.-Am bassador Da'Gam?, of Brazil, today : formally' announced the virtual set-. . tlement of the conflict between the .United States, and . Mexico. ?ffho . ambassador . explained that . while mediation' .would take an In definite - recess awaiting the outcome of. efforts by representatives of the! two -Mexico--factions to solve tho. In ternai probl?me ot. Mexico, the task of j mediation- 'was not. yet concluded, though an essential.'part of its work i had been- accomplished. .T'he. ambassador spdkc at a. lunch- J cou'-givgn,licitan-three mediators toi newspaper .correspondents.-' The . Ame rican R ^pdji ' Huerta dele...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 3 July 1914

C0?MTY SL HE DAMAGE DONE YESTERDAY FROiV HAIL, LIGHTNING AND CLOUDBURST FEW SEVERE LOSSES Property and Crops Damaged Ke^ Gluck Mills and Flat Kock Section is Almost Devastated ?TP Anderdon county yestortluy experi enced ono of Mic mont aovore storms in its history when t ome sections ex perienced a cloudburst, others were visited by a terrible lmil norm, while In s?llt/bther soctiont* the lightning did groat dnutngtr. Bhottly after : 2 .o'clock tin: sky be.-' came 'oVer<:a:U willi ? torn? clouds and ?In a rafa minutes the elorm broke. 'iVe?s Riwero uprooted, barns were blowh'<down. a church wan wrenched 'from iii pillars by the terrille gale' and growing crops were entirely de B?t?ycd- by iiuil<". fku bail storm- sccmo to have done greatest duning*. near thc Gl?ck ill, although other sections may ayo.. suffered alco. T?l?phone eon uutiduN with out-lying districts was iiriporslblo last night on account ot pole:; and wirer being blown n bin no report* were received of hulL'st...

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

Ladies Untrimmed Snapes worth up to $1 00 r STARTS SATUMteAYr JUli??l ???timi mi Extra Special ? Eto Special! On Saturday 'JulyW^^?^?^S. Saturday, July 4th, ^Saturday, July 4ih, Anderson's argUteSt bataamSt?re* , from 9 to 10 a. m.; we from 9 to ll a. m , we nPHTT7 TT? A'TS??TV: * KX' ^ ^ ? i /' <? will selLlOcyarii'wjdf will sell ldc yard wide. 1 MtL JL?LJ^J^J& J^ SfiOXtQ tp Celebrate /Yards for 33 c 7 Yards.for 33c quantities Of' Summer1 r^X?Q#Q&& ! ?l!???f!!^ f None to children. I ^ p^ty r^^UCcd jD^C?S. %\ lt tV?? l.v?^WW^^ 75c -WHite Our- Post Reputation For Doma Big Things Wash Skirts, slightly soiled from ?... Shoul<f%?$ BJoftauf. Mht^y ' Hi?iT handling . dre acknowledgedly the buying public as the only Valut? -fAv HI origina) bargain giiief?^?utrng^great ?ates 1 ''Whyf Bacdtis? i DL value lor | .^pffg^; we give what we ptbmise^-re&ar?less o \ M^/t?i???t??iM?????^ \VeArel>JrOtlSdovmgV'>an I 50 ^^?t Rll?fS Given i ' Hjere today ana^els^lff?e tomorrow...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 3 July 1914

Ifeafed Ausrast 14, 1880. m North Molo Street AlfDEKSON, ft. C. . >r?Vi-vV.-.-, .Editor Business Manager WILLIAM BA W. W. SMOAK .> Entered as second-class matter Ap ril 28, 1914, at tho post office at An doreon, Koutli Carolina, under the Act of March 3, ltWl'L ^ - Wee%^^d,tIon ~ 116<) par * Daily EdltloWf-tC.OO , per/annum; W^jfor Biz Moj?thi; *l).M ife Three ^l' *N 4jb^AWCB, ' ' g A Sjrger circulation tlian any other ?wpjapor in this'Congressional Dls ' .? TELEPHONS?! ?MitoVlal - - - - - - - - 327 Sob &rln\SgW^*\ - -' .! ?93-L Loaal Ns?.a**va?*. - - -327 **jrfe*7 New3 . ?.321 "^V" '*'*?ntt?fcr~lB delivered by pe rion ced 'if??Bty. It you fall to vii* H cd hy a ir ,&gularly please notify in still . ot tumour name on label ?nol tly ujM^rawn to The Andor cumo '?vcr?eej?, I ^P^V j^?: PL^t 0B"1I8 ; Saj^;K?%6ji|tltb, "I1 stahd -on cot : .Ppll&k. c^mps along turkey-trottin" And lln^lx . ^baths' all will be for T|emen?&^hortag? in the cook 3j&-bellow of tho bu...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 3 July 1914

9 m ? ?f No Suh . \ "fi'" ' V V ' ' .* . \ . J, ? Mi? RETURN th ! \ fog Powder. StA cream of tartar.bal health, bowden 8tituteQ are made f AN ^ INFIRM V? ON THEIR CASE .. . . 4? . --i$M Secured ' Ver Act Yesseroay in Court at Greenville in Case of Ctw^y^p9ft0^t) in. the case |^^^B^^?j^n^|^Ke Woodmen of th&jR^r&g^ Bumed ali' of - 'yestjw?aj^ih: the tSrj&h ville; court of Coi]$|mn ISfeas," Qiuj?xte baum & Cooliran^B^V Mya for tte de fendant company, sue reeded Insecur ing ? dfrectett. veTttte1^*t^OTu^ aiding case. '?Th?re was; con?idet?Tiie ; ?ht??e$jin/ this case> in, An*}c raon,- ? ue to th ?.,fact tb^t/W^^ comp up.,tn this; cc^?t^ypJ^als^be case o?,tb?f*factc.t?7t.'^^ri^\dSior? net? w?r? iqter^^'Sfm. ip**/*1'!* ed;to pay $1,000, .?h^^teqt?? pre mium beldon the or#ii^?Lgw!ie de-= fendant .cbnipany.T?f^?K^?Pi%th'f payment ort. the^gt-oun?^^ ml um had Win^mWfflPV^ Icy therefore* allnw?o'fo "^j^jffi , ;?H0ft??"< Until tput? ?efcp the ie grocer all sub- t I ou for ...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 3 July 1914

* A Christian Inti t uti o ^tfon o/Yo Thr^&Jrge brlrk building*, >l? balli to every two room?, Class BH thoroughly cu nipped. Camp tennis couria, basket bull Held, ? ff>*jfi; .. .? V tr ' town,' on two street car line?, l oi M cst educational requirements. Ex| /. and wousen. Mtrong departments Mlfs?c, AKT, KX ria: SM ttl' ?'JfTv A Pit El'A it A TO lil' DE PA KT SI j| ? crfUejre . jl Writs for ca Bf. ^ f#%. |wm^ P. J I ? ^^^^ ^?^^ comma in almost latent shipment j?^tim Coree in and Iel ? fflej?h thiy'e?:? 1914 P ^J^^^l ^-/e have a nit is > 'tthel&W -Tuesday I^HBBj^^yrvlca will l>e aa modern ^^Hp^^^QteilMlieilt to local ^.'^?l'<*?8Fade* and to Anderson's many th0 Blue' Ridge. In Wm I?BPtotfnls.lbe nawHorVice makos ^??jfflf*?iu\e-Vtb. connect with absolute fo>?|^ of tho ^.Wtwxern. ' ; Captain s Anderson ad -'.see ?.4;-'Hjj$tpat the new-service will bo exten ?jj^^^ftdvortlBed j?*l>J awrGracrnl _ 'li;'','Veftiae^\n -. "^tinntsti^Columbia * and BnjKlf^erc by t...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 3 July 1914

HOW FRENCH PEOPLE . ^ U CURE STOMACH TROUBLE A household remedy of the French ressantry, consisting of pure vegetable Od, and laid to possess wonderful merit to; the treatment of stomach, liver tnd mteirinal troubles, has been introduced In thia;country by George H. Mayr, who pV-Aytesiy yean has been .-one of thc leading down town druggists, of Chi cago-, and who himself was cured by if? ?ir. So quick and effective? ia it? actio.? that a single dc?e is usually enough t ? ?ring pronounce?! relief. In thc most stubborn cases', and many people wli. have tried it declare they never heart of -'anything to produce such remarkable results in so short a time. It is ktumn as Mayr'g Wonderful Stomach Remedy gad can now be bad at almost any drus ?tore. It is now sold here -by v SOLD BY EVANS' PHARMACY. An dew on, S. C. Why we want Small Accounts Do you realize that a hundred small accounts make a bank stronger than a dozen Irvge ones even if they aggregate the. same total of deposits? . That's...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 3 July 1914

- '. ? Celebrate Saturday. 4 ll With Rest From Labor, Patriotic Demonstration and the Saving of Your Hard-Earned Cash fe -By Attending j ' ' I Hf? Iii CT-TC*-? mm lilllOsborne & Pearson's Retiring Sale ; ; ^ Come See The "'^^^^ Of Prices? ir*3 ^ primary. ' J',. | ". >'L-',?,?'I%, A? Abrams. ^r^^utiji^^^^^ tho rules of ij iTiy?olf a candi ?.Audltor, subject poruoc ratio prl C/.{Ht??J?FFIN. ronariSttifc^j?? announce inyfltpf aa a can ?'.-\^^p|tba\tt?-'t;?io pffleo of tyr. Ahdorooh, Bubjcct to "alfons, cf tho dent in record as a pub r?r ibolf and t will " tho people of, VoolMt. candl ow subject to '?GK KIMO. a can otf coanty soper-1 " . Roaaty,: subject to ii" Huuuanv lection to 'subject itlo prt m$g myself a candi i of probate lutte? of ?e^bject to the rules Tof?tte Democratic I ?. CHESHIRE. If ? candi Judge tor to the rules 'HOLLAND. ^Ot?ce^ya^if* candl ^?.ajMot |rotn Anderson 5R ?ta inbjoct' if a candl % subject to ?ons of the /. A. Tripp.. .Ita? a cap> ?ouncements dato fu...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 7 July 1914

TUESDAY AND FRIDAY NEW SERIES VOL. 1. NO. ll.lYetkly, EsUbllHhe IS ; Dally, Jaii.13, 1911. ANDERSON, S. C., FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 5, 1914. BIG BUSINESS AID WITH IFACTUi PRESIDENT WILSON MAKES SANELY PATRIOTIC TALK ON JULY FOURTH MODERN CONCEIT OF PATRIOTISM Speaker Declared it Was Wrong for Only 85 per Cent to Be Only Onlookers \ - (By Associated Pres?) Philadelphia. July 4.?Advocating and modernizing of the Declaration 01 Independence by applying its princi ples to the business, the politics and the foreign policies* of America, President Wilsum today thrilled a huge crowd assembled in Independ ence Square within a few feet of where the origiual declaration was signed. The President touched on Mexico, the Panama tolls repeal controversy, his antl-truut program, bUBtpiess con ditions und hin ideas of modern pa triotism. Pounding his fi-t on the table on which the declaration of in dependence was signed, ho declared Americans today must manage their afiairn In a way to do honor to the...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 7 July 1914

FOR 91.?A P. A (II rte are Hellini ter than mont of the widely ad v? (he befit shlti ' tains, ever offerei' Cords and beautiful range of Htrl , FOR ,08c we pre wiling a real ne, Bade especially for Rulles ui an tee. Beautiful range of the cl See oar "Biff-Ben" soft collar t er nt 60c each, dar price 50c. Big line of Work' Shirts? all eat We feature, jangle Collars?|b boxes oi half, dozen, 7?c box?oi B|t? ASSORTMENT OF WASH T! BACH. THEBI G. H. BAI Money cbeerfiijly refunded ior(}j i^??M t?itai in as good, ?dnd k?^ P?SITlVBLV cannot sei '^m^m0^?i -* :" -f'- < ? ' ^J^-?ai^ii^ito?ii??mmmmmUn ;*.; '?> . , - .. Ii Ii m i ii. lit? i??T i'iiii'ni Ti??*"M?tfni"''*' '"" INDEPENDENCE DAY CROWDS THRONGED INTO ANDERSON YESTERDAY $f?T AUTO RACES / '." ' J?V. I Patriotic Addresses and Display of Firework. ,M?de July 4th v ?" Celebration a Success , (From Sunday's Datiy|) AEdoreon people have long thought that July Fourth 's one of tho princi pal .days pi. all! tho Vear and now An dereon cou...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 7 July 1914

soc .Miss Hideout Honored. On Tuesday evening une of the moat delightful of the younger set's particf was given by ' Mrs.' O. B. Thompson in honor of lier guest, Miss Rldeout. An ice coure was served the follow ing guerts: Misses Carrlo Fretwell, Mollic Horton, Eleanor Frank, Mary Stark Watltlnr, Lois Anderson, Helen Harris; Ruth BZrownlee, Frances An derson and Alberta Farmer. Walter Robinson Walter Guest, Horald Sulli van, Dan Ledbettcr, Ralph Smith, Rog er Barton, Robert Burrlss. MIhnch Wllhlle and Colley. Mr. and Mrs., John Sadler, who have at: their g-e*te Misses Katherine Aubrey Wllhit' ad Katherine Colley of Washington, ua? cntertuned with a dancing party Thurrday evening. The members of the younger set were in vited to meet these atractlve visitors. I,il tie Mist b Punkin Sadler and Alice Copper served refreshing punch throughout the evening. An ice courue was served the guests. Club Party. Mra.'.LfOulB Horton' entertained the member:-, of her card club Thuraday morning. Auc...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 7 July 1914

flWDERSOW iMTELLIGENCER ffouaded August 14, 1860. I ; fi?C Nbrtlt Main Street ANDERSON, 8. C WILLIAM TlANKS,.Editor Wi W. SMOAK, - - HuBincsB Manager jBnterod According to Act of Cou tlfBB as Second Class Mall Matter at the Poatofllcc at Anderson, S. C. Member of the AsBoclated Press and Revolving Complete Daily Telegraphic Service. Semi - Weekly Edition ? 81.60 per Tear. Dally Edition ?16.00 per annum; 3S.?0 for Six Months; $1.26 for Threo Months. i'i IN ADVANCE. ? larger circulation than any other newspaper in this Congressional Dis trict. TELEPHONESI JKi'orlal.827 ?usine? s Othce ------- 821 Job Printing. 693?L Local News - -- -- -- -327 Socjoty News 321 The Intelligencer Is delivered by carriers In the city. If you fail to get your paper regularly please notify ta*. Opposite your name on label of your paper is printed date to which your paper is paid. All checks and drafts should be drawn to The Ander son Intelligencer. V Thi Weather .Washington, . uly 4.?South Caroli na? Local ...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 7 July 1914

NEWMAN TELLS TEARFUL TALE OF GOLD MINE NORTH CAROLINA PROMOT. ER SOBS BELIEF IN TAR HEEL WEALTH USED S?N ATE PAPER But Copie* of the Letter Went Only to Stockfaoider? and ' Hurt Stork f ' ' & I, j I I mt . , V- IVvi -ri > < : . 1 (By AfiBocluted Press.) Washington. July 3.?G. New-j m An, promoter of a North Carolina gold mine, tojd a sonata investigating i committee a 'tearful otory today about the use of official letter paper of the census and rules committees for cir culation of ? letter from a muiing en gineer praising the property. He tes tified he asked Senator Overman's stenographer to make copies of the letter and that a clerk in the census committee, made | others. Senators Overman and Clinton, chairmen of there committees, knew nothing of It, he said. While Newman was telling the story of his struggles to promote .the prop- j erty he wept and once sobs stopped him. , I ' Newman Bald' about thirty-five .or forty copies of the letter on senate paper were sent Out. b...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 7 July 1914

We Hav< coming in olmor latest shipment ?COLU Come in and le They are 1914 I We have a ni buggies. J. S. FC Political Am FOR AUMTOK I hereby announce" myself a candi date for County Auditcr. subject to V the rules of the democratic primary. v . R. A. Abrams. ? -: 1 ; I horoby announce myself a candi date for the office of Auditor of An derson County subject to the rules of , th> Democratic party. H. WARE AUSTIN. I horoby onnounco myself a candi date for tho office of Auditor, subject to the rules of tho Democratic pri mary J. R. C. GRiIFFIN. X hereby announco mysolf as a can-; . dldato for re-election to tho office of i County Auditor, Anderson, subject to | t^o rules und regulations of tho doni Y ocratlc primary My,record as a pub < He servant stands for itself and I will appreciate Uio votes of tho peoplo of i thiu counts ~ _ JfiyWSTQ^^SMITH.. OR COUNTY SUPERVISOR 1I hereby .announco myself ? candi h?te for county supervisor, subject to Democratic primary. {i( J. MACK KIN...

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

Why we want Small Accounts Do you realize thnt a hundred email accounts make a bank etf^jger than a dozen ?rrge ones even if tbey aggregate the same total of deposit is? That's why we are constant ly seeking new customers. We want as wide a circle of friends and customers as possible. Of course, large account* are welcome, too, for it Is our pur pose to serve ALL people. Hut we want men and women of limited means to know that : tills bank is willing to accept their deposits and give them the | advantage of our advice and ev ery facility of the institution. If you are not a bonk deposi tor at all come In and get ac- i quuinted with as. We will be t,,ad to talk things over with ou. Citizens National Bank You will be doing yourself a good turn by installing a GAS~ RANGE. We sell .them under the strongest guarantee. Easy terms?$2 down add $2 per month. Anderson Gas Co. EVANS' Fruit P.owders. By the use of this powder Peaches, Pears* PlnmB, Berries, of any kind. Fruit Juices and hcch veg...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 7 July 1914

AI) VICK TO 'IHK 1 A K M Kits Leave Thut Cotton Thick in flic Drills Says c?l. Mtribllng. Editor Tho Intolligcnccr. Many years ago we had u very poor ftand of cotton mit il very hue rains brought u good Htand aftei the llrsl few stalks of the laic cotton in each hill. ISy Miii? crowding the late cot tun in the drill, the late col toil opened about (he name time the thin cotton opened. We plowed a)l our cotton that year until it commenced to open ami sowed r<*d oale ahead of the last plowing which gave us- a fair crop of oats the next year. The Intelligent application of/a little common horse sense, pluck Energy und fnfth sometimes knocks a lack looking calamity Into u cocked hat hy brightening things up al I he right time. J. ('. StrlbliiiK. Penclleton, July C. j (wi,T. WATSON KXTKKS KACK Prominent Brushy Creek Furnier Of ' fers for Commissioner of Third Dlhtrlcl. "I was the first man to ever operate a-road scraper in Drushy Creek town Bhlp," ruid W. T. Watson yesterday When anno...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 10 July 1914

NEW SEMES, VOL. I, NO. 20. Weekly, Established 1SC0; Dolly, Jan. ill, 1914, TUESDA1|AND FRIDAY ANDERSON, S. C, FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 10, 1 914. PRICE Si.50 THE YEAR, NAMED AS AS WIFE OF D COMMI > Charged With Firing Bullet Through Heart of Mrs. Louise Bailey NERVE FAILED AS JAIL DOORS CLOSE Assisted By Husband end Sheriff To top of Floor, Mrs: Car man Gives Way (By Associated Press) Freeport, N. Y., July S.-i^MrsV Flor ence Cnnklin Carman, wife of Dr. Ed win Carman*, was arrested today, ac cused of being the aasassln who a week ago last night murdered Mrs, Louise Bailey,-'wife' of a H?mpBt?ad manufacturer, - by firing a i bullet through' her lieart as she stood in the physician's office. Tonight Mrs. Carman, at whom the finger, of suspicion has pointed since tho discovery that she had Installed a telophonic Instrument In her hus band's ;offlco to hear conversations be tween him and his women patients, is in the Nassau county - jail "at Mineota: There she will remain until-' Monday...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 10 July 1914

t This Rain if you will apply 200 lbs to the acre of our 9-6 or our 4-10-2 or bur 4-7r2 to your cotton it will helpAj,fc. wonderfully. You vyarit to make all the cotton you can this year and you want to hurry it up so that it will mature and open early. . It Pays to Side-Dress Corn. Anderson Phosphate & Uli ANDERSON, S. C. ouldn't You Enjoy a Cold, Delicious Dish? *;fflmpting, frozen \ delicacy that would make you forget |g?e-fatigue and aiid heat of summer? You have it." r It's no further away than your soda junta?h. It's^alWays tljere; always d?liciously smooth id j32jB^ arid rery guest; It is gers ^The niost. templing dish ever' ROGERS' modem plants, from cl served. Made in choicest ingredients, ^blended and frozen byj expert cream makers. All va V'ri?Ue^s?Chfcrry Nut, Caramel Nut, Strawberry, Tuitti % Rruitti, Chpcolate and other delightful flavors? a ./.Specialty of. fancy designs and brick cream. To avoid vdisappointment, be sure it's ROGERS ?l jlfour Soda Fountain V; fThe...

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