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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 18 February 1914

Announcement! Ha* sold its entire job printing plant to us and in the future it will be run under the name of The Intelligencer Job Printing Department. We will be in a position at all times to give you prompt and efficient service. All classes of Printing, Ruling and Binding done at lowest possible rates. We will appreciate your work?no order "TOO LARGE" or "TOO Styf ALL" for us.; We are going to continue the already ef ficient service of this Job Printing Department. Let us figure with you. fol ' I ttiti Mr; T. KV'KdjieV:w11| remain in chargeof the Plant and will continue to give h?* personal attende m to all Work, i i IDERSG^, S. fe B?-TON, o. C. are the kind of ads thatt t K r?-i a?_ Don't stay in the same "OLD RUT," increase your sales and create a tk*rnanV TTOttr mer- i m t si* mielli&encer The "Newsy" morning j paper that is read by the majority of. people in Anderson county* and by others in diff?rent parts of the country. -Our large circulation guarantees 'RESULTS.' in ...

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. — 18 February 1914

Anderson B ak?ry ?Formerly? Wir ANDERSON STEAM BAKERY ? w Op? n ... UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT r*S A N 1 T A ft Y~ And Up-To-Date In E v c ^Respect. ...Try... >>lt Oil "Old Homestead" B r e a d. . i .I I . .1. i I You'il Be More Tbaii Pleased. Fresh Fancy Cakes and Pies Baked Every Day; ne Your Grocer and ask for 4 OLD HOMESTEA? BREAD". Delivered to all grocers twice..everj' day*-'^ W. BettsTjn St. ?M? :: Anderson, S. C. 1 IT 11? IT I il ii in New Vehicles of every description _ ii I I 1^11 / ? l.??T 'A/til ' ' .?-.'.iM'.'MiudnM.-) .i. k*?**?i wirnimr in every GEY* Our stock of Harness, Whips an Robes id the finest ever. We also have some ^tra Good Mules and Horses on hand, come and see them. - . .'' i: .:(.. -.1.1. .-. . .' /? hum>'<: -''! y; - " J. S. FOWLE1 ANDERSON, : SOUTH CAROLINA rriifi Classes Worn too Long aro an injury tfiV?'tcad or-a. buncill Is ?55 ' ItiSm. .' AS a ?l??? i5v jKt?TH ' la about the iimrror UBeruiucnft, ir you havo had yours longer bettor eofeeJ hare ...

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. — 18 February 1914

Don't Overlook Anythini TONIGHT 15 THE NIGHT IN GOLD?ONE MORE &>Bi ONEYOt Aroused by the offer of $80 in gold given tonight, thcro is the greatest excitement among those who are *!? any way into rented in the agr??t oon-7, teat and oooeno-^who .recognises .the full significance of this offer will not be caught napping by their competi tors, -, i 1 The time la grpwlng close tor the close of the contest and candidates: should exert every- effort to obtain success as the final week's : run wnji be a strenuous Una.. Thi6 goes.witb* out Baying. The- management reite rates that there la still plenty of time for an active candidate to settle ddv/n'to -work 'and make the chance to- win one of the prizes. With- a few hour?: each day devoted to se curing subscriptions there is not one candidate- whose name appears: in this contest, that cannot win one of the prizoB If a systematic and persis tent campaign is fpllowod out. To those-,'wno have" not sent their first aubscrlpuon the Contes...

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. — 18 February 1914

White Canvas Shoes for Children THEY ARE JUST HERE? A White CANVAS shoe for the child witha smalt heel and Ihe shape is like Ihe "hack to Nature Kind." Sizes front ? 1-2 to2 are JUST $1.50. Be sure to remember we fit the child* toot with the ut most cere. SEND THEM TO US Under Masonic Tempje. S H O E S T H A T S A T I S F7 Y GOOD TEETH ARE ATTRACTIVE st' nil tiroes and in all places, j They j lend beaUty not onlv to the ni?Vihh, . < ! \i . ? ff. but to tho whole race. In foot, the abRence of Teeth Is the first disposi tion' toward positive plainness.* We are adepts in the care or teeth tor young or old or either sex. Wo are skilled in nil brunettes ot Dentistry, and would be glad to be favored with your work.^; ' Wo are particularly succeBsrul tn*the extraction of teeth ; palnlcsBly. M DR. H. R. WELLS & COMPANY .ft' ?*' .?4*. ' ELECTS* C DENTAL 1?A 111,0?? Ofer Farme? & Merchants' Hunk Anderson. 8. t'-, Woman Attendant Buy it because it's a Not because it's CHEAPER -s??? ...

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. — 19 February 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. Lower House of General Assembly Passes t Amendment IMPORTANT PRO VISION CARRIED Still Ghost of Chance to Enact Primary Reform Legislation Before Adjournment ./ 'Fefsttary 24?Y Special Correspondence. . ' Columbia, Feb. 58.?Leading wbal nppuured to b? a forlorn hope, the advocates1 of primary election 'J.ir?* form succeeded this morning; in, put ting through the Mlley bill 10 safe guard palmary''elections by a vbte, bj r.7 to 52. Last night the liou3n re jected by a vote of 54 to 64 the pri mary reform bill now pending In the Senate which waa drs/rvj. up by a spec tat Senate committee.. The chief difference between the Miley bill passed by the house tbia *v?orp!?? ?H-i the Senate b;ll rejected last night is that the former requires a supervisor of primary election reg istration while the latter says -that it shall be done by the secr...

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. — 19 February 1914

IMPORTANT :: NOTICES :: FOR SALE FOB HALE?Several hundred cuiis of tomatoes, our own canning. Will deliver in lots of one half dozen or more at $1.20 per dozen No. 31 canti, fl.00 per dozen. No. 2 cans. Also a few dozen canu of okru and tomatoes No. 3 at $1.2?. All first grade goods. David E. Burress, R. F. D. 2.1 3t. Box 18, City. Phono 2402. j 81 rayed?From A. L. Welch that same; "cussed" black cow with the chain j around her neck. Any information! phone 360. It ? For Sale?Gentle mare, will work any where. 11 years old, weight j between 900 and 1,000 pounds. Price .1135.00. Reason for selling good I Apply to Box 39 2-18-Ctp R F D 2 Anderson I FOB SALE Eggs, Eggs, Eggo? S. C. Brown Leg-! horn $1.00 and $2.00 per 15. S. C. White Leghorn? $1.00 for 15. Barred Plymouth Rocks $1.00 for 15. W. E, RASOR. 801 S. Main Street or Hotel Chlquo la Barber Shop. 2-7-E.O.D-lm ?WANTED? Teas of all VaHtlea. Pay highest] Prices. JNO. A. McGILL, _The Spot Cash Grocer ; NOTICE OF ELECTION ? There will...

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. — 19 February 1914

RFI?flM PA?F Dfevot^ ? Ihfe??BUtt?t^bi ?telton ana Vltelnlty, alM as ??' 'Jjj" 1 " McMmW for ComthunlcaHng News and Advertising. o o o o o, opoooQoo o B?LT?N NEWS, o ooooooooooooo jlrx. tit Hold Shorn i d anil children! or \Vitt!;.ni,ton, will be in Holton for', u few mouths with Mra. A. 11. Catup ke$l on Kouth Main street. : Korn to Mr. . and Mrs. CInrcncc Cll:?k::calea, a daughter, on February! Chas. M. drown is at home again. (Jr-.rlkle McKinhoy of Anderson, was in Helton Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Mirtini umuvj friends will bo ?lud to know that tiveir BpUf' V.'lUio, who has been very 111 with paeunfonfa at .the Citadel m ChafloBtdn.-ls m'ueh. Improved arid 1 rte phyetOian* think he will soon be quite well and ?tronc again. . T. F.-Cely of Anderson,-Kpcnt Tues day, in Kcitou. Mr. Crosby, eliV f dl-patchcr of the] (?. fi: A. l.in0 wit'.', headquarters in Greenville"; was fcjt.Cotton fer a short) w' ile Tuesrtay. Barr Allen of Anderson, spent Tues day in our town on busiuosa. The...

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. — 19 February 1914

Feuded 18? IN North Mala Street ANDERSON, S. C WILlLaK BANKS, - - Editor W. W. 8M0AK, - Bailee*:; Maaager w .Entered Aeeerdlag te let of Cob* greet as Second Clans Mall Hatter at the Pestofflee at Anderson, 8. C FeUIihed Erery Morning Except Monday sWaO-Weekly Edition ox Tscs?ay and Friday Mornings Dally Edition?ft&OO per ananm i B? for Six Months; 91.26 for Three nths. geaU-Weekly Edition ? ILM per Aaanmi 75 cents for Six Montait M tais fer Four Months. _IN ADVANCE Meta her of the Associated Frets and I Beschlag Complete Daily Telegraphic | Service, A larger Circulation Than Any Oth or newspaper la This Cengressleaal | Dlitxlet. The Intelligencer la delivered by earners In the city. If yon fall to Bat your paper regularly please notify JB. Opposite your name on label eg year paper Is printed date to which pasjr paper Is paid. AU checks and drafts should he drawn to The An derson Intelligencer. The Weather, Washington, Feb. 18.?Forecast: I Booth Carolina?Haln, Thursday; Fri day ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 19 February 1914

The Mose Profitable Fertilizer To Be Used Is for red land*, 8-3-3?9-3 -3?10-3-3; for gray lands, S-4-4?10-4-4. You get more for your money in these analy ses than in the lower grades, f The freight incoming and outgoing, labor ac count and general expenses, is just as much on a ton of 10-2-2 as it is on a ton of 10-4-4. The dif ference in the cost of the goods is the difference in the cost of the extra material in the 10-4-4 and then you get Fish in these high grade goods and fifth longer in the soil than any other ammoniate going into fertilizer. The longer your fertilizer lasts the longer your crops will keep growing. - The longer you keep your crop green and grow ing the better crops you will make. The difference in cost per acre is very little, say One Dollar an Acre, the difference in the yield of cotton is much more than that. The high grade goods are the economical goods to buy. The Anderson phosphate & Oil Com pany goods are the goods to buy, They use the very best of ma...

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. — 19 February 1914

Anderson B a kery ?Formerly? ANDERSON STEAM BAKERY ... Now Open ... UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT ^SANI?ARY^ And Up-To-I)ate In E v e r y Respect. ... I ry... "Old Homestead" Bread. You'll Be More Than Pleased.*, Fresh Fancy Cakes and Pies Baked Every Day. r._:ie lour Grocer, arid ask tor OLD HOMESTEAD BftfeAlH 1 . Delivered to all grocers twice every day. F. A. FEUGHTENBEhGER W. Benson St. Anderson, S. C. Coming Every D?y New Vehicles of every description keep coming in every day. VUA ?lUVn VI XJLC4JL UCt3k)) ?f Clll<U Robes is the finest ever. We also have some Extra Good Mules and Horses oh hand, come arid see tnem. J. S.' FOWLER ANDERSON, : SOUTH CAROLINA Glasses Worn too Long' ???? are '4kJury !r.::tcad of 0 ?w-nefil ui tin; Bight. Ak a rule two yearn Is about'thq limit of usefulness. If you have ha'ci yourc longer better come here and ho lilted with a new pair. Your eyps arc two years older and two yonr? weaker. To ignore this fact in a crime against yonr eyes. Don't commit it. Pric...

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. — 19 February 1914

WILL BEJ THE SECRET OF SUC OF PI) The Race Is So Close It To Check the Result Done By Candidates- i Wb find It impossible to announce the winners of the special prizes this morning as we were very busy until 9 o'clock lust night and did not have time to chock up before going to press. Decidedly more interest has been manifested during these two weeks than at any time during the contest. Those who had the interests of their candidate at heart were quick to take advantage of the fcpecial offer to do all they could to win, not only one of the gold pieces, but also to get as many vqtcs as poBsiljlo -towards win ning one of the larger prizes. Then! is no ute getting dlecouraged, it will only help you to lose out.em tinriy." Peapie arways discouraged and dessoudent do not succeed in any thing, and live only . . by burdening romeone else. The hopeful, confident and cheerful attract the ??l?ments of success." It takes courage to ivin In anything, uv.il this contest is no exception. There or...

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. — 19 February 1914

PAGE EIGHT THE ANDERSON INTELLIGENCER THVB8?UY MOItMNi,', FEB. 1?, 19U e o 1 I SE THE THRUST of HATE" ... AT THE ... - PALMETTO THEATRE This great and powerful drama in Natural Colors?A Three Reel Feature?has never been shown in this city. You cannot*afford to miss it even if the cost of admission was double what it is! If this special feature meets with the approval of our patrons, we will arange to have one of these Special "Natural Color" features one day each week. We believe you will be more than pleased with this arrangement, and only ask that you patronize us on th? merits of our show. NEW, MODERN, SANITARY AND THE BEST OF PICTURES FOR YOUR APPROVAL. *; h Tire F?rlce Is Always A. M. PINKSTON 10c -Is Always Tire The Man that Put the 'MOVE' in Movie s. Electric City Sparklets Items eff Interest and Personal Mention Canght Oier the Wire lest On the Streets of Anderson? Land Deal. Of Yesterday. V. B. Cheshire yesterday bought front the' R. 8. H1U estate, through the Anderson Real...

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. — 20 February 1914

mmm ANDERSON DR SIMS fl AS SHE DE Dramatic Recital of! Wrongs She Has Suffered NONE DESIRE TO CROSS EXAMINE Head of The' White Woman's Department at the State Hospital for Insane De fends Herseif Special Correspondence. Columbia,,, , Peb; ? 19.?When . Dr.1 KlcanoV" B. SaUnder's ; completed what ! if as ' ben'slde^ed)' .thp jjont .'.^rujient-: crona fftfMinjs., lier. The, accusers did not ask one question. 1 She was ' cheered time and time again by the audience. ' i In beginning her abatement. Dr. Saunders said that she had had no idea that Governor Blesse had writ ten Dr. Babcock any letters. She bad talked of the matter until quite late the night before theinquiry by the board of regents in December, and she had thought of it all night-1 Continuing her testimony, she says,' "We wont down to the room the next rr;orh?:>;y - ? had .re?d Goveronr u>>'? letters just before 1 went Into ?&? and I thought they were moat uniuat. Then we went into the meeting, and of course 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. — 20 February 1914

IMPORTANT :: NOTICES :; FOR 5?LE For 8*1??Gentle mnro. will work any whepe. 11 years old, weight between 900 and 1.000 pounds. Price $135.00. Reason for Hulling good Apply to Box 39 2-18-6tp & tF i> 2 Anderson "~?WANTED? Pom of aU VnrJtles. Pay highest Pri?es. JNO. A. McGIlX, The Spot Cash Grocer FOR SALE FOB SALE?House and lot where 1 now lire and vacant lot adjoining on east. House has eight rooms and kitchen, butler's pantry, bath room, electric lights and sewerage. Price right, terms right L. B. Norryce. $011 SALE?Farm, 105 acres, beauti fully located, pear city, good dwell ing, four tenant houses, two barns, gin house, land level and easy of cultivation, at a price that Ip a bargain. Come to see us quick or Write. Burrlas- Realty Company. 1-9-tf. -gase-~ atlli bave a lot oT-jpood land in tracta to suit yon. rPvtces varying \ from ten dollars to ib?rjy^five per acre. All well located.-, Write to me at McCormlck, 8. C. ; : Joe rC. Edmunds. WANUr WAKTFD TO BUY^Wltl buy any ...

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. — 20 February 1914

fr?m* mm** t**. % m. THE ANDERSON flWEt^lUGE31CER -? rjwrmcm. OevQteato me IJplmiia?Sri^ t?l O^Ifort aiid Vleiitlfy, anA as a ft/ledium foar Corr&riF\unlcja,??r!tg News a??i Advertising. Six Afferent H Raw Materials Are Used to make that bag of Fertilizer. four of those?Nitrate of Soda, tor Sulphate of- Ammonia), Dlopd,. ViPtoWe, ?Ufo Bomb -grefcbl^deaf te Ju??h the Aiub?p#W (The ordinary Fertilizer has ONE source of Ammonia.) This combination of quick, medium,, gradual and alow acting ammonlates supplies this vital food to the crop from the .sprouting of the Beefl to the gathering of the last boll. r To mix these six materials as they should be in a well-balanced fertilizer requires the most careful atf.itIon and machinery, costing thousands of dollars, i It means, In creased manufacturing expense?but It. Is the ONLY way to make the BE8T GOODS.* , it practically means Crop las arases to the uses; and, after all tbat.U ..wjbftjti. the. prHticat farmer after aft. He WILL NOT take...

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. — 20 February 1914

THE ANDERSON INTELLIGENCER Fennded im IM North Mela street ANDERSON, S, C WILL AM BANKS) Editor W.W.8M0AK, Business Manager ?.Katered According to Act ef Con Kit m Second Class Mall Matter at Peetoflee at Anderson, 8. C Published S very ^Morning Bxeept oi??u?/ BessJ-Weekir Edition on Tuesday and Friday Mornings Bally Edition?IT..00 per annual MM 1er Six Months} $1.2* for Tar?e Moetfas. Semi-Weekly Edition ? WJ* per Annum} 76 cents for Six Months| w Mats for Four Months. IN ABYANCB_ Member of the Associated Preis and Beecivlug Complete Bally TelegrepkJc Service. A larger Circulation Than Any Otb* er Newspaper la Tals Coagressloaal District The Intelligencer la delivered by, carriers In the city. It you fail to get your paper regularly please notify aa. Opposite your name on label ef your paper is printed date to which pot? paper la paid. All checke and drafts should be drawn to The An s=t=s= SsSeBig sneer. recast: , precede , Colder ? THOC<JUT FOB TODAY Blest be^the" spot," 'Where...

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. — 20 February 1914

1 / ' fflffe. - M*ny< mlxttife? arc offered as \ #?bstltiiteMor Royal. No other baking powder is the same In reposition or effectiveness, or wholesome and economical, Will make such ?ne food. I? th>'onfy Baking Powder made from Royal, drake Cream of Tartar CHARGED WITH Former C&y Treasurer Indicted ForDjwertfa.^ s*. um.r ir^4 Y CHOSEN IN JETTON CAS? .0' {By Associated Press) cufara^s?'rSS'bi? ?f P*?U-| Charl?*n7c.. miO* prac: ed ?0.8M on the pretence the*, he had .WpotAn. a physician on Feb % wiU Se defense, it Is said, will be based the "unwritten.la.W". Jetton utat. stated that Gerold retained ?11,600 lo egcess of 'legal commissions duo hhn. ?""*Jf ? L!!" ?.ai? fi??<'w to teaming ccstra?t?, Df although the work reailr own profit. fng at the Urne of the killing that his home had been ruined by Wooten. This statement at the time was de . . . ... ? f inis statement at the time was de-, was none by hia owne fir mand to hiatnied by airs. Jetton, but at a nrelfr wh\,h* ??l^...

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. — 20 February 1914

ej?csAO tr.MMVM l_ ST. LOUIS KANSAS CITY S^OflfANA OmjUfOM* C4TT rtfA!?Mf?crui*eRS of it?? 0."* KOMKOrv-iciL branch orgrce T?>fci#S? T*r? SOURCE OF AMMONIA fe the moat vitnl eonaideration H the s?,rct,?" of fextiliroru. Beioff tho moot oxpmrfve fUiiw* of pis** feed* it. shoukib? bought Jn mch form that it wli! neither loath out ?n tho eoil nor lie dormant be cause of it:; b!ow procojs^of nitnfication. The MORRIS BRAWS^fl'omnioniatcd with the world's host nitrogen boor ln?. materials, nndhavo prof?&,thcir superiority in orop production over other fer tilfcers by Mares- of testa, ifa claim la Bubsfcutfiajed by,tMtestimo?ny.,o.f farm era who uaa/f them last year>y tho side c^ta?^whone ?ajff re agjfo"*1* o?r oorrf nt y^trnf Book. Caftoir your dealer, or vmfc.usifpr a copy. This i*.the punrtmtaa, wo attach to every bag of guano we abfy. Can youget aNefcii1ur TO^ENjtH??RANTEEon ony other goods on th^iuarketf, -if-1? ZlflX HQ f% I? Ot#* GUARANTY '^p.im fmceAS^Aqt this gu iT? ^^^b...

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. — 20 February 1914

NOT LET US DEMONSTRATE TO YOU THS] SUPERIORITY OF A "JEWEJL" STOVE. ORJ RANGE? THEY Ajf NOT CHEAPER; JUST BETTER THAN "WINTER IS N&T YET CrVERT SOTF IS NOT TO LATE TO "BUY AH?ATER." vWE ARE MAKING SOME ATTRACTIVE PRK35S Q?| AIX^"Hl^T13f?,, FOR NEXT FEW DAYS. COME TO SEE US WE HAVE LOTS OF NICE THINGS. n E. WHITHER ST,, & if . Have yox* investigated our new ^ i^jt n a * **j RATES? You can't afford to use airy thing clscj but. "BOTTLED SUNSfflM^^ Phone 223. and. we will sead a represcniaUv^ tore Room, E. Whitner .. St. . Livery Stable, ?. Weener St. 7 room house, E. Whitsser St . 3 Room house, E River St.. ... 5 Room house, E- Morris St. , .\\ 5 room house, Welch Ave. \k ...... 104)$| 4 room house, W+ Franklin St. 4 room house, Br?Wn St. . . . 8?kl] Office rooms, East Side Square Oflft?? rooms, SoutkM&i St/ Martajjser ReR&ig b?partmeiit W@ hav^ for said 25 bcaut?fal on TrtbWa Street. TERMS AU& EASY ON WIES; LOOK AT THEM, Evans Buiidxng, Winners of the February 1$ S...

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. — 20 February 1914

Our Big Sale Continues With a Marvelous Success... Our Buyers in the Northern Markets are sending us New Goods by every Express and Freight. New bargains every minute in the day FOR SATURDAY and MONDAY. 500 yards white goods beautiful styles, worth 10c, Sale price 1000 yards yd.-wide brown Linen, worth 20c, price . 7c yd, .9c yd. 500 yds. best quality Silk, worth 50c, Sale price. .23c yd. 25? yds. all wool Serge Panama Dress goods worth 50c, price .... 24c 1000 yds. best yard wide Bleaching, worth 10c, Sale ..7c. yd. 250 beautiful ladies' Underskirts, worth double for.89c. 250 beautiful ladies' Underskirts, worth double, for.47c. 245 pair ladies' Drawers, all fancy tri: imed. for.23c. 750 yds. beautiful Flannelettes worth 10c, price.7 l-2c yd. 1000 yds. best Embroidery, all new and up-to-date, 15in. wide, worth 25c Sale price.i . .9c. All Tailor made Suits at half price to close out. S Just received from our New York Buyer, 50 beautiful Evening Dresses, the prettiest in Anderson and...

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