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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 21 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. INTERSTATE TRABE COMMISSION BILL SENATE COMMITTEE DETER MINED TO GET ACTION ON ITS FRAMING MAIN LEGISLATION Consideration of all Amendments | Limiting Sixe of Corpora tions Dropped (Bv Associated Press.} Washington. Feh, 20.?Determined to gat a decisive action on framing an Interstate trade commission bill as the kcyftonc of the administration's anti-trust legislative program, the senate committee on intermare ?n-n im-roe trdny decided to compl?te Its revised draft of the measure within a tw days, The. finished draft it -vu? stated will too submitted to President Wilson'and Attorney General Mc Iteyonlda before the commiMi.c re ports it to the senate, and conferences also will be held with members of the house ?ub-coimnittee., which !? working on the same task. , Today the committee Is undersized to have dropped considsratics! nbtj a...

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. — 21 February 1914

IMPORTANT :: NOTICES :: FOR SALE For Sale?Gentle mare, will work I any where. 11 years old, weight] between 900 and 1.000 pounds. Price 1135.00, Reason .for Helling good] Apply to Box 30 2>48-6tp H F I) 2 Anderson \ V6r E>nt?6 Room House on South Ugoh atrbett All modern <mprove mentK, $15.00 per month.. Apply to C. G. Sayre or Eugene T. An derson. 2-21-3t ?WANTED? Pens of all Ynritlea, Pay highest! Prices. JNO. A. McGILL, The Spot fash Grocer A Great Bankrupt Sale ..The bankrupt, stock of H. B. Simp-' son, consisting of dry goods, ahoea, no tions, clothing, pants, cops, men's !<ats, groceries, and hardware will go on sale Saturday, February 21st, at hblow first coBt. Terms of sale, cash. Remember* the goods are all new and up-to-date, .and must be sold,' H. E. SIMPSON, 2-20-<3tp . RFD1, PleCrnont, S. C. NOTICE OF ELECTION Tb?re will be an election at Ham* roond School House for the Hammond School totatrict No. 3, Saturday. Feb ruary 21 St, 1914.O0 the queatldn levying...

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. — 21 February 1914

s^i^^ w,^ THE ANDERSON l^?LLlt??^Ci^ - nramtee .iV'- ' -m r if - I ni i <ft% rt ii -In'i il 111 m m i .Ki, i ,i , , m -, ?o t?ie 5^i>*>uil<Hi*? of Be?on and Vicinity, and as tor CoininiJunteAtlaiig il _!?'' mm xs \j?r WUUOUOOOOO o ?ELTON NEWS, o OOOOOOOOOOOOQ ,ln a xa??^t t'nj?rvj?w Mr. M. Olar ciicc Clinkscales expressed himself, in regard to t!<? free mail delivery that la being tried oat in Belten, as being entirely BatlHfled with the result ao far The cervice Is not an .assured thing yet. The bill making the sert vice permanent has passed the House' but is still pending in the Senate. Our; congressman, Jlon. D. Wyatt Alken, endeavoring to Iget ft thro*fgh and tile peopl" of Bcltop are anstously awaiting the outcome. The service has become very popular as is shown by the tact that tb?re are over 400 boxes on the route-and the poqtiften handles over 20,000 pieces of mail per month. .. The following is a special' from a letter tr.om our efficient postmaster to D. Wya...

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. — 21 February 1914

THE ANDERSON INTELLIGENCER Founded 18? IM North Mala Strati _ ANDEKSON, 8. 0. WIXIJAM BANKS, - Editor W. W. 8M0AK, - Business Mamager ..Entered According to let of Con* mi as Second Class Mall Matter at the Fcstofflce at Anderson, 8, C. Published Frery Morning Except Monday Semi-Weekly Edition on Tuesday aad Friday Mornlagi Dally Edition?$6*00 per aaaaai; MM for Six Months; $1.26 for Three Month". . Semi-Weekly Edition ? |1M par Annum; 76 cents for Six Months| M easts for Four Months. IH ADVANCE Member Of the Associated Press r.nd Baeciviag Compl?ta Daily Telegraphic A larger Circulation Than Any Oth* ar Newspaper Ja This Coagressloaal District. The Intelligencer la delivered by carrier? in the city. If yon fall to Mt your paper regularly please notify CO. Oopoaite your name on label at your sapor Is printed data to which ftir paper it paid. All checks and "rafts should bo drawn to The An Intelligencer. Washington, Feb. 20.?Forecast: J South Carolina?Fair Saturday and Sunday. ; Disc...

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. — 21 February 1914

ftTQR FROM PICKENS ELECTED 10 JUQBBHiP Thomas J. iUnMb Cfcosen by| Joint Assembly?Smith for Solicitor Special .Correspondence. Columbia, Feb. 20. Thomas J. Maul din, senator from IMckens ' county, was elected withou opposition today to be Judge of the new thirteenth Ju dicial circuit, composed of Green Vive and Pickons counties, created by act of the genoral assembly at its pres ent session. Senator Mauldin was nominated ly Senator Earls of Greenville, on behalf of the deler-v tiona from the counties in t.U.3 )5ih| circuit ? The ISth circuit was formed hy cut ting in half the 10th circuit composed! of Anderson, Oconec, Greenville and Titkelm counties. Anderson .an4 Ocontc remain in the 10th Judicial circuit with George a. Prince a-t judge. Proctor A Bonham, of Greenville, former solicitor of the 10th circuit will be solicitor of tho lith circuit, of which Thomas 4. . Mauldin .. was elected judge this morning. KUPTZ P. SMITH His Frlenns In Anrtersou and. over| Ike State wish to see H...

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. — 21 February 1914

Financial and New York C*t.fc6n Mi?iMtt&??il* 0 I'l l-. , . 4 i Now Vork, Feb. .20.?After, sbqwlngM considerable steadiness during"today s early trading, cotton ruled Off under J realizing for the three day adjourn ment on scattering selling which ap-| peered to be promoted by spinners. ] The market closed steady at an ad vance of 1 point on May, but generally urtebnnged to ? pointa lower. Busl ness .'was, more active. during. ..early I trading and there appeared to be a vurytfair, it somewhat scattering dc ina;ui. Liverpool cables ware better than due and houses with Liverpool connections were buyers or old crop months her?, presumably to undo Htreddlers. There was also covering for over Washington's birthday, and some little demand from local traders who. were looking ror a bullish week end statement and an improved Spot demand, with tho beginning or work on March commitments.' After open ing ?teady at an advent;*" of. 4. pr , points on thla buying, aotivo old crop.j mpnths so...

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. — 21 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. $5.00 PEF ANNUM. pikdmojut. Misa PAltte Bpesra?b .... ... ?,2*0 j Mis* Sadie ?im^rd..?.02S Mine Eva CM?repi..LO? Jife J. ?. LeirtiWRto.1;025 uias Blanche HuU*>in*..LOK MTs* Annie Alkdn -.G0.215 Mis? Frederic* Donald.1,035 Mies Carrie Lou Boa*. 1?S55 Mrs S. D. Campbell.?.?? Mies Lela Andeiaoji.1.025 Mra. Frank Suber. .1*025 8ENKCA. Mra. F. B. 8t?b#ng.3Mg: Miss Dorothy Jennings.1,0? Mlas Mae Hamilton ..'*.*.' . ' '.'.i!o25 Miss Kitte Sllgh.38,026 Mrs. Bustice Hopkins ... ..1,026 Mrs. Sallie Holieman .1,025 II?JjEA FAiTIf. Mrs. W. C. Black.09,5?? M?a? Emma Le ach. 7*;7?9" Mrs. Jerry McKenzie. 24,876 Mrs. jOscar McCurry.50.430 MIS* Albvsn^Co?.42,4?B. Mis? LiHi? SinUH ... ... .. Miss Mufle K?y ....H2r550 MUa Fannle^^l^wr^t .. ..1,016 Miss Annie Belle.43,525 Miss sadit- Prince.l.b? Mla?.Zula$aber.IM Mis? Hk'Ule Lo? HSdden.L0.2 39,021} Miss Ines Wilson ...

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. — 21 February 1914

t?.... page eight ? ? ~ THE ANDERSON INTELLIGENCER ?aitbday mobmxo, fed. ti, i?u / IF OUR WORK IS SATISFACTORY ..."GIVE US YOUR BUSINESS". We are More Than Pleased With the business received since taking over the plant of the Roper Print ing Co. It has far exceeded our expectations, but it is not surprising when one reflects that a discriminating public knows where to buy "JOB PRINTING" to get the best in QUALITY and SERVICE. Send us your I orders large or small. I n tel 11 sencer -JOB PRINTING DEPARTMENT ANDERSON, S. C. Phone No. 639 LP BELTON,. S. C. A' Vevy \ \\m ?<oi< P???]i&rv L^^^i^?^on most men-4*a$d this, store is the place to get it ?| A smart style that takes with men who want individuality asd distinction. Come sc? our Stetson assortment?if you wish? we will give expert help in selecting the oner model you ought to wear J OUR NSW PRICE LISTS OF CANNAS DAHLIAS GLADIOLI And All Hnmater-Flowertng Balte Ara Now Beady. Do you Wilt Onet ANDERSON FLORAL GO. aH Marshal!...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 22 February 1914

EVERY BUSINESS MAN SHOULD ATTEND ANNUAL MEETING OF CHAMBER OF COMMERCE TUESDAY NIGHT THE ANDERSON DAILY INTELLIGENCER VOL. 1. NO. 36. wttaj, utabilahea 1890? DaHj, Ja?, it, i?l?. ANDERSON, S. C. SUNDAY MORNING, FEBRUA R Y22, 1914. .< f*RICE FIVE CENTS. $5.00 PER ANNUM. __ _' _'_ _ ;_ The Senate I Treat, Marks First Step of the ^ Foreign Policy of f President PLACES NATION IN GOOD POSITION Arbitration Treaties With Lead-1 ing Nations of the World Renewed for Period or Five Years (By Associated . Press.) Washington, Feb. 21st?General arbitration treaties ratified by the Sen ate today, renewed for five years agreements with Great Britain, Ja pan, Italy, Spain. Norway, Sweden, Portugal and Switzer;???. and mark ed the first step In tb?? polie.?- of Presi dent Wllaop to pluc'e ti?? United States In a more advantageous position in the world of ne tons. Amendments to the treaties having been rejected Friday, debate closed "within a few minutes after the Senate today went Into executive ...

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. — 22 February 1914

Livingstone Most cheap pi anos are m or e expensive than hij;h p/iced ones. What little musical virtues they have at first tinkles out in a few months. The Livingstone is th?. lesrst expensive piano ever offered In any market bocautso It in a high priced plaoo uold at u low price. It given yon good music that will last, at a prlcu thai puts it within tho reach of all. The more you invcatl gatolhiu statement, the-more certain you are to prove to your own satisfaction that this la true. TBK LIVINGSTONE 18 AS COOD AS OUB WOKB WILLIS 8 SPEARMftKj Music House neeiuey Anderson,. ouiiumg So. Car. We Will Be Open Su*v| day Bat want yon to buy your t'igurs, Cigarette*, Tobacco, Candles aad Drlnhj, during the week and en Hat* arnay sights. ??The Blee L?w" woa?t let as sell them on Sundays? noils, lag hat medicines. BED IfiOSS DRUG CO. L. H. KEEL, .Viop. ASTIGMATISM: WU? cause headaches. Glasses properly fitted is the only j remedy. Let me fit them for you. | I do it for less money ami ?uar an...

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. — 22 February 1914

HFI T?M P t? ?? D?*VOte<rJ *? theUjpfeufWirt? o* B<?l?on ?? Vicinity, amd as ULI, I Uff I HUI, ? IVletiliMmt for CoiniTiunffeatin& iVews and Advcrtlslng. o o ax> ooo?ooooo o BELTON NEWS, o ooooooooqoooo J. M. Dun lap, county commissioner for Anderson county, who lives near Hones Path, was a visitor to Bel ton yesterday. ; Mr. Dunlap -, was color bearer in the Civil war. He is 73 years old., nut looks to be about or ?0 ' ,-, Miss torena Kay of Belton, who is teachingwhool at Mil Airy, is In Bid-! ton, spending Sunday with ber par ents, Mr.: and' Mrs. Chns. Kay. 8hel was accompanied by Miss Mabel] (iripp. J. P. Hunter of near Belton, was| bcre yesterday on> business. Thomas Martin^ a prominent farmer] of Williamston, bad business in Bel ton yesterday: T. M Mud do x of Honea Path, mayj be mentioned among those who had ! business in our city yesterday. J. .NewtonCox, who lives on Belton,] Konto was in town yesterday. Mr. Cox is an old Confederate veteran and is also 'ft ...

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. — 22 February 1914

THE ANDERSON INTELLIGENCER Eonaded 1SS9 IM North Main Strati ANDERSON, 8. C. WILLIAM BANKS, . . Editor W. W. SMOAH, - Business Manager %.Entered According te Act of Con grees as Second Class Mall Matter at ine Pottoffice at Anderson, S. ft PueUshed Every Moralag Except Monday SexLWeekir Edition on Tuesday sad FrMay Mornings Dally Edition?$:?.oo per aanaaii M^M^for Six Months I ILSS 1er Three Seml-Weekly Edition ? 9LM per Aanum; 76 cents for Six Moatao | M eats for Four Months. IN ADVANCB Member of tbe Associated Pr?ta ami Beeclvlng Complete Bally T?l?graphie Se r rice. A larger Circulation Thea lay Oth* er Newspaper la Tait Congressional District The Intelligencer la delivered hy carriers la the city. If yea fail to get your paper regularly please notify ?ja. Opposite yonr name on label at yonr paper it printed date to which year paper it paid. All chocks and drafts should be drawa to The An derson Intelligencer. . The Weather. Washington, Feb. 21.?Forecast: South Carolina?Fair Sund...

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. — 22 February 1914

1 Grow Better Crops-Get More Good from Guano--by Using | 11 Cole Planters and Fertilizer Distributors. 1 3555 mmmMM^M Saves Its Cost in ? Week GIVES COTTON A QUICK START? GITES YOU TWO CHANCES ATA BIG CHOP UiCfl uio ucu, uycuo m .w* iunT u.?.V.? ?-? ?? ?-?7 ?r?- ,? ?. ? ?vers them is th? mostaccepte'sM?am^itlflc manner. ? . j j. s Cola Planter ants the guano below the see^ for cotton-r-just above the seed fori corttjJthe, way rbttobe. ; . it j*. 'J I ft distributing fertiliser at the time you plant you saro the work of ^-?nd/fanft team everj planting ..Cotton, Corn, Peas, Beans and small Peanuts are.accurately planted with the Cole. At one trip K smoothes the bed, opens a fnyrow, mixes the guano with the soil, covers It, opens again, plants the seed and covers them in tide most aofnirate'aMtskdentitle manner. " d The C<" it ought HhSHs^lVd^nHB^BsVH Guano when applied In this way with the Cole does more.good than ! For the guano hi mixed with the soil directly under the seed. The ...

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. — 22 February 1914

NOT LET US P?IV19N^TiUT^;TOYpy THE SUPERIORITY ?F A "JEWI&V STOVE OR RANGE? THEY ARE NOT CHEAPER; JUST BETTER THAN; Best of "WINTER IS NOT YET OVER," SO IT IS NOT TO LATE TO "BUY A HEAT?R." WE ARE MAKING SOME ATTRACTIVE PRICES ON ALL "HEATERS" FOR NEXT FEW DAYS. COME TO SEE US WE HAVE LOTS OF NICE THINGS. HIT Company, E. WHITNERST?, ANDERSON, S.C. A'fr The Piedmont Insurance s?geney Second floor of B*?owa Buit?iiig nuuH main aitxci Gives prompt and careful attention tri ail kinds of Insurance, including Fire, Tornado, Health and Accident; Burglary and Liability. Also, Fidelity, Official, Judicial and Con tract Bonds. "-; ?jgs Let our Solicitor boat the F?4h Engine to your property. M. M, MATTISON, Pres. J. W. LINLEY. V-Eres. C. EUGENE TMBBLE, Mgr. & Treasure* JAMES L, Ff KM|Jfc iferft|Blgr. { W-K?AU>. ? Phone ... VvK-V:-' New Vehicles of coming in every d?' Our stock ?f Harnes^ Whips and ohm is the finest ever. We also have some Extf?' Good Moles and on hand, come aid see...

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. — 22 February 1914

The Most Profitable ... Fertilizer To Be Used Is ... ..., fair red land*, 8-3-3?9-3-3?10-3-3; for gray, lands, 84JL-lQ4Jt. YoU get more far y.onx money in these ?naly-1 ses than in th? lower grades. The freight incoming and outgoing, labor ac count and general expenses, is just as much on ? 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 th? 104-4 and then y?u get Fish i n these high grade goods and fish lasts 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 y our crop green and grow ling the better crops you will make* . The difference in coat per acre' is very little, i jsay One Dollar an Acre* the diff?rence in the yield of cotton is much more than that. The high grade goods are the economical goods to buy. The Anderses Phosphate & Oil Com pany goods are the goods to buy. ...

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. — 22 February 1914

B IJOU ... THEATRE MONDAY'S PROGRAM The Man Who Lied? Victor 2 rvvi drama of the Northwest with Warren J. Kerrigan. Memories itrx drumu with Phillips Simillfy and Loh Weber* Too Many Cooks? Powers Comedy Coming Tuesday: "Till: I NSIGN F.U AGhKi Mr VI 2 reel Gold Seal with Grace t'unard ar..l 1'ruUris Perd. ELECTRIC ... THEATRE MONDAY'S PROGRAM The Woman Pays? Thanliouser, a fart Htory featuring Maud Fealey mid .lames ( ruez. The story is told In Giro beautiful reels and ft will certainly please every one. The fourth reel will he selected. Mutual Movies Make Time Fly. PALMETTO * THEATRE^ MONDAY'S PROGRAM Did not arrive, hut we will have four] Big Keels of (he Best. The new Musi cal Instrument nns arrived and will be installed Monday. It** one of the finest over. Remember we show an other It reel natural color Pictural this cominir week. Watch for dale. 4 Big Reels?10c rir 'i?fjTTi~??'~iHir-r-Tii? ? IN DEFENSE OF CROSS* ARMKNIANN .MIKDKK Tl'KK I (By Associated Press.) Watertown, Mass....

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. — 24 February 1914

EVERY BUSINESS MAN SHOULD ATTEND THE ANNUA? MEETING OF CHAMBER OF COMMERCE TO-NIGHT THE VOL. 1, NQ. 37. Weekly, EsUbllshed 13#0j Dally, Jam. 18,1914. NTELLIGENCE ANDERSON, S. C iTJE?l^r|K?lNING, FEBRUARY 24, 1914. PRICE FIVE CENTS. $5.00 PER ANNUM. WOHL, m United Slates Senate D? Parliament Is THE PROTECTION OF FOR EIGNERS IS A COMMAND ING PROBLEM. (By Associated Press.) Washington, Feb. 23.?Regardless of1 whether or not the execution of Wil liam 8. Benton, a British subject, by Gen. Vilia was justified, .Monday's de velopments emphasized clearly that protection of foreigners in Mexico had become a commanding problem of Increased interest and Importance, appreciates no less by President Wil-I son than by leaders in Congress. Briefly, these were the day's develop ments: 1 After a conference with President Wilson, Senator Shlvloy, acting chair man of the Senate foreign relations committee-and members of the com mittee reached understanding that the Mexican question, if taken up in 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. — 24 February 1914

JU? IMPORTANT :: NOTICES :: FOR SALE loV&rrc. will work ^ ol?. weicht .T,*p?Uiids. Price pVlor^Hius goba. iH-Utp H K H ? Anrl'TiMMi lJf,ii,>,,,tM .,, Per HentA-S vRooni'-'Houj.e ?ti fco?th ... - Llgon street, Altwpdaftt improye 15.110 per month.. Apply to tJr.?. Sayro or ?Kugcnc T. An '^a? derson. ? ^l-at, ?fcs* 3 v-??-, WANTS 11 * '"^Tanted?Soine clean'^ wki^c rags a( The Intelllgcm-pr btfr?! 2-222t. _ t?.- , ,.;,-; Wanted?To do; your jjoh , printing, ? *uJi?WWndlng. etc, The Intelll-' ^ i gencer Job PrinUiifcDopt., 2-223t '* <?f'anied? You to know (bat V?? have! lota of good wood on baud and will appreciate your- order*. Piedmont Wood Co. J. H. Shearer, W. O. tJI-| ' nud. Phone 449. - Wanted ? Two experienced salcalu-j dies and two experienced salesmen: ! send references with first Kitter. Apply Anderson D. G. Co., Now-I b?rry, S. C, Box 380. 2-24-ltp M,.~ ^WANTED? Pen* of all Yarittoa. Pay highest! 'fc^, ? Prices* JNO, A. McG?LL - Tbc Spot Cash Grocer .Binding?Mit us. h...

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. — 24 February 1914

RFI TAW P?SlF UptmlRil?? ?f B?lto? and Vicinity, a?d aa Budget ?fN?w? V-*1* r From Busy Betton Checker Club Organized?BHad Tiger Dc.iroyed i?e?\^oodm en of the Woi to Boost the Membership. the Evidence-?W.oodm en of the World Trying | tr. i. By C?aude A. Craves. Helton, Feb. 23.?Helton Checker club wan organized Monday with a membership of nine. The meeting place of the club will be in the Werts bullding, room 32. H, M. Geert< one of oui* most prominent citizens and a iover of the great game' 'of ' cbechers, was made president of the club. W. II. t'ohb, another-one 'of our progrjBs^ ?Ivo citizens. w*s eleeJed aecretary treaB?rer. The clturteijmembera vrill, do all possible to increase the mem hCrnhip/^the, admission fee being $5 rents per month. The; citizens of the town are cordially invited to become members, and -in -the near future it is .hoped that .the membership will be j:n atly increased. > & K Mdrt-in, one of our prosperous (armors and country merchants, was wilt ...

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. — 24 February 1914

ANDERSON INTELLIGENCER Founded 18? IM North Mala Street ANOERSON, 8. 0. AM BANKS, . . Editor f. W. SMOAK, . Bcslneti Manager ? - .latered According to Act of Con no as Second Class Man Matter at ] to Pofitofflee at Anderson, 8. C, faMlabed Ercry Morning Except Monday IwaJ-Weekly Edition on Taeeaay and Friday Mornings Km Bally Edition?$5.00 per aaaassi U? tor Six Montas I tl& for Three loath*. Semi*Weekly Edition ? ILM per Mtoami 75 cents tor Six Moathst M ?Os fyt Fear Mouths. _Dt APVAHCB '/ anther of the Associated Preis and I leeclrlng Complete Bally Telegraphic | ^larger Clrcalatloa Than Any Oth-, newspaper in This Coagresilonal The Intelligencer la delivered by I la the city. If you fall to j your paper regularly pleaaa notify Opposite your name on label your neper la printed data to which paper Is paid. All checks and should he drawn to The An Intelligencer. The Weather. Washington, Feb. 18.?Forecast: ith Carolina?Fair Tuesday ex t rain on the coast; much colder; lead ay, fa...

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