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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 21 August 1914

^ v X: 1 virrno g CHE^H?RF CANDIDATE FOR PROBATE JUDGE If Elected I Will not ask for but Two Terms. Will v not Gobble up the Whole ? Salary, which is large, but will appoint some worthy , young man of Anderson County as Assistant at a Good Salary. EXTRACTS FROM PRESS NOTICES. , Victor B. Cheshire's card will he found on another page of this paper. Ho is' asking' tire* voters - of - Anderson co\tnty>'iof give him tho office of Pro bate Judge. Mr. Cheshire is well known throughout Anderson county, Having edited a live newspaper for a num ber'of years. He is on Governor Bleaao's staff and Is considered a lender in politics in Anderson county. Hels a very popular young man end possesses ability. He needs no 'in troduction to the votera of his county, and IiIb friends will be very active In lila race.?Bel ton Journal.' Col. V. B. Cheshire of Anderson is announced this week as a candidate for probate judge. He is running solely on. ids fitness for the .position and has no other platfor...

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. — 21 August 1914

TUE ANDERSON INTELLIGENCER Founded August 1, 1860. 116 North Main Mret AHBERSON, H. V. WILLIAM HANKS, . Editor W. W. 8MOAK_Business Mauuger Entered an secoud-class matter Ap ril 28, 1914, at the post office at An derson, South Carolina, under the Act of March 3, 1879. 1-Weekly edition?$1.60 per Year. Dally edition?$6.00 per annum; ?S.60 for Six Months; $1.26 for Three Months. "> IN ADVANCE. A Icrgcr circulation than any other] newspaper In this Congressional Dis trict iKLF.I'UONESl dltorlal.327 Bus!r.'??>? Olllce.?321 Job Printing.693-L Local News.827 Society New m.821 The Intelligencer la delivered by carriers lu Mi? * it y. it you fall to get your pap<,r regularly please notify us. Opposite your name on label off your paper Is prated dato to which your paper 1b paid. AH checks and drafts should be druwn to The Ander son Intelligencer. The Weather. Washington, August 19.?Forecast: South Carolina?Partly cloudy Thurs day and Friday; showers Friday northwest portion. DAILY TH...

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. — 21 August 1914

IF tiailes' Economy lO DAY SALE III III LI Has proven a wonderful success; in fact it has gone beyond our expectations, consid ering the War cry and so many other at tempted sales. At the request of so many of our own customers we will continue this Great 10 Days Sale through MONDAY, AUGUST 24th Here are a few of the many wonderful attractions for Monday. 63x9o Best Grade sheets.63c ecah 72x90 Seamed Sheets 50c value . 36c each 9()x9o best S 1.00 extra size sheets.79c each 25c French Ginghams only. 15c yard 12 1-2 apron Ginghams only. 10 yard 36 inch 10c light Percales only.Sc yard 7 l-2c apron Ginghams, fast colors.Sc yard Sc Embroidery Edging only .2c yard 7 1-2 to 10c Embroidery Edging only.4c yard 700 dozen Round Thread and Val Laces up to 10c, Saturday and Monday 1 2 yards for. SOc ?1.00 to sl.5o White Waists, Saturday and Monday only, all sizes only.50c each $2.00 to $2.50 White and Colored Waists Saturday and Monday ?.$1.00 each S 1.00 and $1.25 Wash Skirts, only.-SOc each S ...

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. — 21 August 1914

Jurors Did 2ST Petition J. Wade Drake Pr?senta a Stron Protested Against Pardon Wh il It has been a matter of common re port lit this county for several years that the Jury which convicted Allen Emerson favored capital punish ment for him, but that the accused was saved from execution by u recommen dation to mercy, and that In signing this recommen??t Um the Jurors hound themselves by a solemn oath never to sign a petition for a ardon or a reduc tion of sentence. J. Wade Drake, son of the much loved "Uncle Tommie" Drake who was killed by Emerson, ycbterday de clared this to be a fact, as he had learned from Jurors themsVfvos. The Jurors even wont further, and a petition protesting against the peti tion of something like 1,000 persons, for the ardon of -Emerson. The-j counter petition was signed by 4.000 persons. Mr. Drake gave the Intelli gencer the following statcmout bear ing on the Case. Editor The Intelligencer: I have Just learned within the nst ' few days that many people are ...

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. — 21 August 1914

m Andefsoh Is "My town" ?h?ers?Mti Coiinty Is "My County" What About Anderson College ? . ' -..._? ... ,y r', U r\ I.. .* - ? .. '?. ! il ')*? ' ? Palmetto Detective Agency Criminal and Civil Work .,.?,.'.,.. M A corps oi trained Hpccinlista tviiobo services may be eecnrccl In strict. It ?e?ltfmate vforls. Address P. O. Box 402 POPE PIUS IS DEAD AFTER LONG ILLNESS (Continued From First Page.) to bear of his passing.' During the Bummer there bad been numerous de nials from tbe Vatican that his in disposition was serious! As late as August 10, last, upon the occasion of the 11th anniversary of his corona-] tlon, Pope Pius granted numerous au diences. Two- days'later it became known ho had cancelled virtually all engage ments. Hia at rendants reported .he was unable to work and that he-sat *"IfStresa"an* sttenr fur.hours,r.?Vfdenv iy brooding over, the* great clash'of. arms in Europe. ; His physician, lis. HarohMovaj or dered Hio HollneBs'to bed on August 16, when It was announced that...

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. — 21 August 1914

NO LIQU IN EL The Law Is Specific and the Pun' ed Dropped Out of the Race. Early in the summer Governor Ulease offered u reward of $1,000 for evidonce to convict 10 persons of vio lations of the election laws. Thlfc proclamation was printed in The in telligencer. This paper has repeatedly called attontion to the fuel that one viola tion of theso laws is to bet on tho elections. This Is punishable by a fine of $600. . Another violation of the election laws is to une 1 lu nor in elections. We have hoard that there wus quite a lot of drinking here on the day that the candidates for stale offices spoke mid that lluor wa< given away Tho object of this publication is merely to put tho/people on notice as to what the law Is rather than to make complaint of what has happened. Tho election law of 1905 states In section 1: Section 1, Be It enacted by (he General Assembly of Mouth Care lluai At or before nny political primary election held by nny po litical party, organization or as sociati...

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. — 25 August 1914

TUESDAY ?ND F^DAY NEW SERIES, VOL. j, NO. 32. Weekly, Ettablisked I860; Daily, Jaa.lt, mi. ANDERSON, S. C.t TUESDAY: MORNING, AUGUST 25, 1914. PRICE Hi.50 THE YEAR, Greatest Battle In Worlds History Now In Progress Allied Troops and Germans Meet In Deadly Conflict?Former Fights Mere Skirmishes? Battle Front Extends Many Miles and Outcome Awaited With Anxiety i.V.) (By Associated Press) London, 'August 2.1. 1.46 a.m.?After nearly three weeks of mobilizing thjj? little 'of. Grants has begun. :lRougnfy; spfeakiiig'the Germans are trying to work around the "lilies' flank in Belgium, while the French are attempting 4o apply th?.'Ur^e ^ritoess .t?) th? Germans in Alsace. Almost the encounters that have gone before have been mere re connaissances. The defeat of a regiment here and there has been pro claimed as a great victory but in this grappie of hundreds of thousands most of these affairs have had no significance. Official annoncements from both sides have been extremely candid so far. ...

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. — 25 August 1914

Anderson City Is "My Town* Anderson County Is "My County" What About Anderson College ? tHE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH CAROLINA 1801?1014 COLUMBIA, 8. C. Th? Uulvcralty offers courses leading to Ihn following cogrceB: 1. School of Arts and Science, A. B. nnd 13. S. 2. School of Education. A. O. 3. Graduate School, A. M. 4. School of Engineering C. E. Bi School of Law, LL. B. For students of Education, Law, Engineering and thoso pursuing higher graduate work, the University offers exceptional advantages. Graduates of South Carolina Colleges receive freo tuition in ull courues except in the School of Law. Next session begins Sept. 16, 1914. For Information Write Ai C. MOORE, Acting .'resident, Columbia, S. C. 11 ,"?iiL ?K/.;,.'v4. ? > ? <r ._n.f_ IT*_*-AS_ rresoyrenan v*ouege or aouui vaiuima \ Clinton, S. C I To whet college ehall we send our sou ? Consider some of tho actvan I Uftes Of the Presbyterian College of South Carolina. It is wcl located. ' ItiS growing rapidly. Tin ^.i-fnme...

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. — 25 August 1914

From the rest of South Carolina, spoken through th? PIEDMONT ftf THE GOVERNOR'S RAGE To the Editor of the News and Courier: Which, in your opinion, of the anti-Blcase candi dates for Governor Is strongest and most likely to win out? -I lay aHde personal choice aei want to vole, a.; near us I can, for. law, order and South Caro lina. Give me your opinion.- based on tbe same principle. Youtb for better government. J. H. A. CARTER. Ehrhardt, S. C, August 17, 1914. Tho question propounded to The News and Courier by Mr. Carter 1b ono which has been pre. ferred by many of its readers. Every mail lately has brought auch communications. 'The News and Courier haB hesitated to answer them because it has been perplexed by the same doubfa which 'ts correspondents confoBB. It has felt, as they have felt, that the situation was ono which called for the laying Balde of personal preferences in order that those who wish to Bee political progress in South Carolina might get together If possible .upon...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 25 August 1914

TOE ANDERSON INTELLIGENCER Feuded August 1, I860. , 184 North Main Stret AS?ERSON, 8. C. WILLIAM BANKS, . Editor W. W. 8MOAK_Business Manager Entered as accond-clauB matter Ap ril 28, 1914, at tho post office at An derson, South Carolins, under the Act of March 3. 1879. 8?inl-Weekly edition?11.60 per Tear. Dally edition?$6.00 per annum; ?2.60 for Sis Months; 91.26 for Three j Months. IN ADVANCE. A larger circulation than any other | newspaper In tht.-i Congresslonsl Dis trict. TELEPHONES* Editorial.327 Bna'.r.v?? Office.'321 Job Printing.693-L | Local N"w? .327 Society News.821 The Intel I Ik Mirer is delivered by ?arri?ra In 'jj ? ity. if you fall to gat your paper regularly please notify as. Opposite yoiir nm.u on label af your paper is prntud date to which your paper Ib paid. All checks and drafts Should bo drawn to The Ander son Intelligencer. DAILY THOUGHT. Man hath:two attendant angels Ever waiting by hlB side, With him whoreso'er he wanders, Wheresoe'r hin feot abide; One to ...

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. — 25 August 1914

CHARLES Ai SMITH LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR OF SOUTH CAROLINA AND candidate for governor MR. SMITH IS? 1. A clean, high toned Christian gentleman, known throughout the Slate as a moral and religious leader. 2. A successful business man, one who haB capably managed his own affaira and is capable of managing the affairs of the Stato. 3. A statesman rather than a politician. As mayor of his home town, us a member of the legislature and as Licutenant-Governor has met with the approval of the people. - 4. Worthy .of your support and will appreciate your BUffragc. { MR. SMITH FAVOHS 1. Economy in government,' no extravagance' ao appropriations ba yond the State's income. 2. A flat two-cent passenger fare on all our great railroads. 3. The submission to the voters of the State, of the question of out- * lawing the sale of intoxicants. 4. Any reasonable legislation for the improvement of our.school sys tem and believes in placing adequate facilities within the rcacli of the ris ing generation does...

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. — 25 August 1914

- A 1 owds Are Coming And the Merchandise Is Going! Buyers of 1 )ry . Goods, Shoes, Ladies' Ready-to-Wear, Floor Coverings, Trunks, Bags, eac, are irresistibly drawn to one great renter?The Bee Hive of Bailes, at which place everything of a summery nature is being sold at wonderful reductions. In fact, it is just a case of you making moneys ?nobody can resist buying when Baiies fixes the prices. '' Come and share the saving with vVl_1__.jb_ . ?11 1 1 Otner oiauppcra who win ae nere. ee nive G. H. BAILES, Proprietor Drinks ?it answers every beverage requirement?vim/vigor, re freshment, wholesomeness. H will satisfy you. Demand ihc genuine t by tail name? - Nickname* enpourare Mtadndoo. The Coca-Cola Co., Atlanta, Ga.' %< It Always Helps says Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Cliflon Milts, Ky., In writing of her experience with Cardui, the woman's tonic She says further: "Before 1 began to use Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, I thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able to...

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. — 25 August 1914

mat-' Come In TODAY ! And take a look at the pretty new things we've received for you . You'll find especially pretty this line of Children's School Dresses Made from the very best mate rials, made in the very best pos sible manner. AT POPULAR PRICES 50 Gents and Up ALL SUMMER DRESSES AND MILLINERY 1AT HALF COMPANY 1 ? VOT For the Man of Your Choice Today, and CoolQff At The SODA FQUTSTTAIN Phone 636 DE PALMA WON ; COBE CUP RACE Broke AU Former Record* In 305 Mil* Race at Elgin, ' Illinois Elgin;. I1L, August 2?.?Ralph da Palma, hard pressed by. OH Anderson, won the Cobe cup race today, finish ing the SOS miles In ' 4:05.00.1. an average of 73:6 miles an hour. Ander son finished forty four seconds later, followed by Mnlford ^n 4:08 18' and Oldflelif in ;4:16.28. ' DePalma wok' th? 1913 event when his average speed was 60.8 mtios an hour. His fastfest lap today was 6:05 an average of 82, 6 miles an hour.. Only nine of the twenty-two drivers : who started finished.Y ' apertc?r "Wtshai...

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. — 25 August 1914

**************************** ELECTRIC CITY SPARKLETS Items of Interest and Personal Mention Caught Over the Wireless on the Streets of Anderson **************************** (From Sunday's Dully, i Justice Has I Murin* Hu?? i Mini) THek*. | Been Deepened, The courts of Anderson see nome of j The North Anderson Development 1 lie most uniuslng Incidents ever heard Com pun y yesterday completed some or. A few days ugua man whh urraign- (work on one of Its prettiest Hprlngs. i'd before a muglKlrote on u charge of I wlilrli makes the place far more at-1 iteoling a eoat and demanded a trial tractive thun it was before. Tiiey by a Jury and when he wus convicted found that they had built the rock by a Jury and sentenced to puy a line | work around the spring too high, so of $1.00 lie did not have the money. | they have hud the rock lowered, and The Jury then iniule up the dollar and j us a result the spring now bus u splen puid his line. YcHtenluy the came mun uid flow? The water Is exceptio...

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. — 28 August 1914

n?ef "l^j J^^^f ^S^^^'a*^^^^^' ^n^^^ ^S*^^^ NEW SERIES, VOL. 1, NO. 33. mmj, E ?tablis tied I860; Daily, Z^AQ, 1014. ANDERSON, S. C, FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 28, 1914. PRICE $1.50 THE YEAR. THE SECOND RACE IS DETERMINED Richards, 26,954; Manning, 25,289; Cooper, 24,983 COLUMBIA, Aug. 27.?Richard I. Manning of Sumter and John G. Richards of Liberty Hill Will Make the Second Race for Governor of South Carolina. The Second Primary Will Be Held September 8th. The Complete Report Follows: Richards, 26,954; Manning, 25,289; Cooper, 24,983. This Is Not the Official Report From All Counties. But Is Complete and Is Accepted As the Result of the First Primary. The Figures Will Not Be Changed Materially, and the Relative Standing Will Remain. Columbia, August 27.?This has been a day of many variation? whh reference to the votes received by die respective candidates for governor, and their incoming returns from county democratic com mittees brought changes of fortune which caused much excitement....

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. — 28 August 1914

9fi 9f? 9fi 9ft 9fi 9ft 9ft 9ft r*j*? 9fr 9ft 9ft 9ft 9ft 9f 9ft 9f* 9f? 9f* 9f 9f? 9ft 9ft 9ft 9f* 9f* 9ft * ELECTRIC CIT Y SPARKLETS * * _ * Y- Items of Interest and Personal Mention Caught Over the * Wireless on the Streets of Anderson # * * * * Y? V * * * V * * * *-Y- * * * Y- * -Y- '-{ H' * -Y- # ? Hammond School Huh Ken Tendier C. G. English. I'm .Major and F. J Ithody. trustees or Ihe Hammond school, have mulled out Ihe following pOHt cards to all patrons ??f their Kchool: "The Hammond Bchool will open September M, 1!)14. with Miss Julia Gaillard at teacher. The suc cess of the school depends upon the your cooperation with the teacher and trustees." Miss (Julllurd, the new teacher for this well known school. Is u graduate of Winthrop <'olI"ge and she comes to this county with the very highest recommendations. She Is a young lady of charming personal ity and the Winthrop teachers say rJie has great ability. The trustees of the Hammond school art! much pleas ed over helng ?b...

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. — 28 August 1914

GREAT BRITAIN'S MIGHTY FLEET Ths Armament In Horns and Foreign Waters. IRON DUKE GREAT FIGHTER. Flagship and Commander of ths First j Division Qrotercd to Sea?Tiia Now I ?st, Heaviest and Swiftost Vctaela. Battle Cniicoro Strong and Swift. Armament to Cop* With Aerial War ships?Phenomenal Speed Attained by Now Battle Cruisers of King George. THE fleet of Hritlsb battleships which su ilt'd ut the end of July i:ndeI 8euled orders from Portland hi lowuiuud .of 3lr George Cullagbau Is n tftvislun of the first h u;e fleet of BrltaTu. Tills dlvli siou la known In the navy us the tlrst fleet uud is always kept ready, fully manned, for sea servh-e. Neither the second nor tlie third Ueet tin? been.kein fully manned, us uiuu.v of the officers uud men are training on .shore and would uot be a h le to go into net Ion without in.st taking a iK3i1od of train ing at sen. , , The Uagshtp of the commander In chlof of the home tlet-:. Aduilrul Sir George Cullughilll. Is the battleship Iron Duke. She ...

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. — 28 August 1914

THE ANDERSON INTELLIGENCER Vennded August 1, 1860. m rVorth .Main Slrot ANIrKKMOV, H. C WILLIAM BANKS. Editor W. W. SM?AK_Business Manager Knterc-d According to Act of Con gress uc Second Class Mail Matter at the Postofficp at Anderson, S. C. Mem ?r of Associated Press and Recel vi .g Complete Daily Telegraphic Service fftiSl Weekly edition?$1.60 per ??ur. btt?if edition?16 00 per annum; fit.to tor Six Months ; VI.26 for Tbreo Months - IN ADVANCE. A l?/">v ' 'In ulniliiii than any other oew>ipup< r In l h in Congressional Dis trict. TELEPHONES! Editorial.327 Bo?:u-. ?"' Oilli.-.'321 Job Prim iiiK..693-L | Local Kvwn . .327 Society New s.321 The lutulllgencer is delivered by carriers In 'be city if you fall to get your paper regulu-ly i.leuae notify os. Opposite your natne uu label of your paper is prated date to which you: paper is paid. All checks and Crafts should bo drawn to The Ander son Intelligencer. It ICR A RR L MANNING A few days abo in commenting upon .the candida...

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. — 28 August 1914

Tabulated Returns of County Vote Complete PRECINCTS IN ANDERSON COUNTY Anderson, Ward 1. \ Anderson, Ward 2. Anderson, Ward 3. Anderson, Ward 4. Anderson, Ward 6. Anderson, Ward C Beitun 1 and 2 .. Belton, Ward 3.... .Bishop's Branch... Brondaway.. Bowling Green... Brogan ., Brushy Creek.." Campbell's Store... Cedar Grove. Concrete. Corner. Cox MIL'. I'hiquola Mill. I.'raylonvllle.. .... Flot flock. . Five Forks. Fork No. 1. Fork No. 2.. Frankvllle. Friendship. GluckJWill. Grove School. Hall. Hopewell. Hunter's Spring... Houea Path. Iva. Long Brunch. Martin. Mt. Tabor.. North Anderson.... Orr Mill_.'. Pendieton... Pelzer. Pelzer, 4. Piedmont Picrcetown. Riverside. Sandy Springs. Starr. Three and Twenty. - Toney Creek. Townville. Rock Mills... Williamston. Williamston, Na. 2. Walker McElmoyle Went Savannah_ White Plaint:. Congress. tand in First Primary Auditor. House of Representatives. 218| 31' ill; 13| 1131 21| I68| 37] 101; 21| 103| 145., 47 76 ., 45| 120?.. 'iS\ .5321.. 12| i 23...

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. — 28 August 1914

Anderson City Is "My Town" Anderson County Is "My County" What About Anderson College ? If every, farmer will sow live acres of oats to the plow, and three acres of wheat to the plow, on-ground that is well prepared and well fertilized, he will make enough wheat and oats to do him. ' The corn crop is likely to he short in this section as the seasons have, not been favorable'for making corn. If the war in Europe! continues for :i long time, there will be a tremendous amoutii nig corn and wheat and oats exported to Europe and this will make corn, wheat and oats high. September is a good time to sow oats. Prepare the ground carefully and thoroughly before you get to picking cotton, and fer tilize it with about 300 pounds to the acre of say, 10-1-3 or ?M->t, your oats will get well rooted befnreMhc cold weather comes on and if sown in the drill it is about as sure a crop as you can plant. These oats will come in early next spring and will help jut a short orn crop. o Now and then you...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
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