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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 6 March 1914

^PS ^ ^ ^"^0^ *0-!?? vwwrnr. AND AS A MEDWMFOR W?WS AND ADVERTISING. . . .o v, . . , ., V Uli JUL mu'tKlUJ-'ti UU^ * INTERESTING BUD I ANDN0^f8 E. VV. Gregory, a urouu>.enl bual .>?.?>? "mun of Wllliqnistdn, had busi ness fn_JJelton Tuesday.* ,!? ' Magistrate R. S. i*aut of To%pyiife/ was among those'- in.'town Wednesday evefalnjr, the guest of Magistrat? V. :k Kay. i U^^fWitj Muss Maggie Erskine cf Triable via it .I ber. ?ii..cr, Mrs. Camy'iejl Wednes day. < T fad. H ( | "it.-3. nona Mitchell and fftfra.vJ,. C. (Jo* were among the Oclton ladles shopping ki Anderson yesterday. Miss Magg.e Wright or Neal's Creek visited her grandmother, Mrs. King on Uiver street Wednesday. . . " Mr. and Mrs. Lem ?tansell and little Jeisle Sanders Cox ?f Greenwood are visiting at (lie home of Mr. I. W. Cox. .Mi:.s Mary Williams of . Honan A'ath ls t:.e eilest of h ;r . sister*. M>ra. Joel Kuy on Uiver street.. *B SHARI? VLViV OKGANIZK1? .Mrs. W. A. Clement, one of Belton's most accompli...

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. — 6 March 1914

THE ANDERSONJINTELLIGENCER Founded im_ lit North Mala Mtreet AJIDEKSON, H. (L WILLIAM ?AW KM, . . Editor W. W. HMO AK, . Ballasts ***** er ? ..Mitered A carding'% let ef Cea grcts M .Second Wu? Mall MkttePst UM Po?? Wee at >. oder sonv H.C m : PafeKah'/d E?ery . Berala* Bxcepi H Myidaj StaU-Weekly JRdHlon oa Tseeday aa? rrjisy Morale** ? m ->-J ? ". i. ?, f Dally Edition-1&00 per asnumt .U? for His, Month?5 81?? 'for Tarta Mantas. Berni. Weekly BdlUoa - HM per A nam; 7ft cents for Six Monthst 60 casts for Poor Months. I?? ?DVA5CB Member of the Associated Pross sad Receiving Complete Dally Telegraphic A Urger Circulation Thea Any Oth er Newspaper ta Thia Congressional District. Cae Intelligencer ls delivered by carriers la tbs city. If yon fall to) ?et your paper regularly please notify es. O ti p?sito your name on label et yent paper ls printed date to which yow taner ls paid. All checke and drafia should be drawn to The An* Intelligencer. Washington, March 5.-Forscast:. S...

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. — 6 March 1914

ROYAL Cake*. ho?^ ivM i w* other* pastry, are dally neftgurttte* lu the Amerlcaa l?t?rlly. Royal Bak log Powder win make them more dtgcirttbie, wholesome, . eppc?lz?ug. lie 4 Amt--Jr*o Uto? FOR RENT. 1 Store Room, West'Side ; square. j Store Room, E. Whitner \ Street. ?Store ttoom, between ! Piedmont Care and : Faht's Book Storef Houses iii all parts of the ?j ic?ty/ .-, ; Prieces.to suit all. ! ANDERSON BhAL ESME 8 ?81I irnos, F. CAITTWRIGHT; Manager Renting Department ? ?; ? m te*, i --r-= - ' <- in I 'I, HI M ' , B^^^8i<^^1l^al?^^^^ eba^eeou? of ten there 1? eye trouble ^W^^^^^^^^^^^ ?nward^.^ t II iMjl '?IMIXI r,irt? y^'i^linjim m TWO CARS OF GOETMULES and HORS ES for your inspection. \Ve know ?or?l stock when we see : it! And we c GOOD. Bought for cash and sold the sam? way. Come see them. t -' ll SAYS THE LITTLE wheo she. ffot?''J0*f?fi>f our can die?, aa4>03un* - mother-weil; ?he e^gVace oir^tmtei, ?bow windows. Pound package* of Bell's at ?G cents, etc.. alford a...

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. — 6 March 1914

Ybu will be doing yourself a good turn by instp' ing a GA? RANGE. We sell them under the strongest guarantee. Easy terms-$2 down and .$2 per ir nth. Anderson Gas Co. -?-. Mantels tile Grates We have a large assortment from which to choose. Let ns show'yon and help yon plan your fire-place for looks and comfort Ulnier Mantel & ANDERSON, S. ?- I Ifs Jus, Like This When you need glasses you natur ally want'4he heat and at a living j price. Right here is where you get hiitb, as weil as the services of a graduate Gptrcme?r'.st vr'ih ?Tsasty-? two years experience. Examination entirely free. ?H. MCCREA RT ?LYMPH h Eyesight Specialist C)ver*Erans Pharmacy No. g. 1 i.'.,.'---' -i--L..,.U-llL-lJHUL!H..WWJ!y,'J, ASTIGMATISM: j Will cause headaches. 5 Glasses properly Ctt?d is the only remedy. .Ldt me $t them for you. 1 do it for less money and guar antee satisfaction. DR. ?;m The Leading OpfwaMMuw^ Over Evans? Pharmacy NoT 3 J i ii J.J . jj. J. ea? HEISKEILS i . . ?Oe. m lt**. AttUliMtati...

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. — 6 March 1914

Are Used to make that bag of Fertilizer. ' Four ot these-Nitrate of Soda, (or Sulphate of Ammonia), J Blood, Tankage and Bones -are blended to furnish thc Ammonia.- | ( i ne ordinary Fertilizer has ONE source of Ammonia.) This combination of quick, medium, gradual and slow acting ammoniatos supplies tills vital rood to. the crop from the sprouting; of j thc ?oed to stlie gathering of tho last'boll. To mix these six materials as they should be in a weil.balanced fertilizer requires the most careful attention and machinery costing thousands of dollars. 11? mesn?Jh?; I . fc,V ' : ,". ''. .jmyy, creased manufacturing expense-^but >L"?* JT^*^?1?! \ it is thc ONLY way to make the BEST vm ?.B2L GOODS. p Jf^'^^ it practically means Crop Insurance j . BJLB J lp tho user; und, after all that ls what f > . ^BF * tho practical farmer after .all. " i He WILL NOT take chances with ^ AfcMO?ffS f the weather, y AFWCAg COTTW OWBl He WILL NOT take .long chances .> ?wuMra? Mwr<u / with hU ...

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. — 6 March 1914

ABSINTHE Today at the Bijou 4 reel Masterpiece with King Baggot and ' Leah Baird > Admission - - - - - tOcts. S FOR WOMEN Wc v/ant to pump the idea into you that! Thompson's pumps andi oxfords* fit best, wear! best and are best. Try: ' -' ,1 ! them-All leathers at $2-M To $4>oo THOMPSON'S The One Price Shoe Store-We Sell for Cash Only. * ELECTRIC CIT Y SPARKLETS * v ________ _________ ' v * herns di Interest sod Peri?? a! H?cniior. Caught; Over tho * * Wireleas on the S tree ts of Anderson * Bride mid ilroom In this section of any whore nour thc 1 Aro Visiting Here, site, They also.said that they were 1 Mr. and Mrs. Jamos Ft. I'rlnco ar- always glad pf Wo opportunity to j rived in Anderson last night and aro com? to, Anderson because of the hos- 1 now the guests of Mrs. H. M. Prince pMity. Anderson pcople always ae on Orr. street. Mr. and Mrs. Prince corded them, were marr.ed Wednesday afternoon at n__>so_ ._- . - 4 o'clock in Thomasvllie. N. C.. the ^???17. fl Mb Aw~L . . ...

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. — 7 March 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. UNION STATION OR SEPARATE? THAT IS QUESTION ASKED BY THE C. & W. C. OF ANDERSON. PREPARATIONS BEING MADE NOW Capt. Albert W. Anderson Wishes to Know Whet the People Prefer, and His Com pany Will Comply. At tim nvet/ng of tho-Chamber of Commerce T"rlday night, Mr. W. W. Sullivan, wl.o has bon chairman - of iii? committee on transportation, noti fied the meeting that Capt. Albert W.1 Anderson had informed him that the ('liar! "sion and Western Carolina railway is now ready to go into the costdoration of the matter."ot build-? lng a handsome passenger terminal. | This will p#| built on the property, on South Main street nearly opposite thc city hall> The company wishes to gauge tho eentiment of th * people ?f the city, however and will not erect tais torminal if tho .copie of Ander-j son prefer a central station. An effort. IR 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. — 7 March 1914

IMPORTANT :: NOTICES :: FOR SALE FOB MALE Nearly forty year? willi Barred Plymouth Kock?-bent of chlcgenn. Eighteen Karrata 1.75, Kl?glet? $1.50 for 15 eggs In patent hackets.-J. C. Strlhling, Pendleton, B.gOj 3-11-14-6tp. FOR SALE Egg*, Eggs, Eggr-a. C. Brown Leg horn $1.00 and 12.00 per IC. & C. White Leghorns $1.00 for 15. Barred | Plymouth ROCKS $1.00 for 15. W. E. KASOK, 801 8. Malu Street or Hotel Chla.uo-1 la Barber 8hop. 2-7-E.O.D-lm | FOR 8ALt?-Mule; ?ix yeurn old ;/wt. 1000; at 3-1 cost.. Owner belling| farm. Apply to Walter Earle. An derson R. F. U. U. m7-3t WANTS "WANTER-The ludleH to know that I have the beBt curling fluid that can bc bought. On sale at Martin's Drug Store or Garvin Barber Shop. Prlco. $1.00 per bottle. IX Ci Garvin 3-7-tf. -WANTED Peas of ull Varilles. Pay highest] Pri?es , JNO. A. Mc?ILL, The -Spot Cask Grocer MONEY TO LEM) ON REAL ESTATE| -We can U?nd Anderson county farmer?! In any amount up to twen ty-five thousand dollars, on first mortgage se...

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. — 7 March 1914

'AW'Y'?Wf'XY; AND AS A MEDIUM FOR CQMMUNICATINC i ' NEWS AMD ADVERTISING. - ^ ' / v , ******* a* - - " " " " _ " * .r INTERESTING BUE AND I^OTESJFT * CLAUDE A- GRAS * # $ * * * * ?f* ?e^1* * A. L. KnlKlit or Relton, who ts with Tho Anderson Intelligencer hnrq, waa nikon to life Anderson hospJt/M by Dr. W. C. 1 Icario fon an operation. Mr. Knight ?food the operation well and ia Retting along nicely. He will he ulilc to return to Bolton in a short time. . . Dr%E. C. Frierson of Plorapn's phar macy, had buslnes?, in Aader^qn ' Thursday. . ? Hf, !.. Tolllson, J-., of Belton will opah u garage on North Main..street about tire first of April. The building lu rapidly nearing completion. Al pori ion ot this building will he .occn-j pied by H. I* Toll ison, Sr., father of tlio fui mer. Mr. Tolliso.i will run ap up io date fancyy grocery store and' will -riin a strictly cash buslpesa. At finit young Mr. Tolllson will only do general repair work on automobiles; hut will handle automobiles late...

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. — 7 March 1914

THE ANDERS0NJNTELL16ENCER Feuaded IBM ? ? ii - i ? i 1M North Mala MnM AND?K80N, 8. C WILLIAM BANKS, . > Belter W. W. SMOAK, - Balinese Manager v.Estere-J according te Act el Coe .ress SA Second Class Mail Matter at tte Postofflee at A oder HOB, 8. C Paalished Erery Morning lie* rt ?ami-Weekly Edi t?o? ea Tuesday aa? Friday Mornlags Dan/ EdHJoB-?M? per aneas t 9?M for 8!x MoBtSst e?JS fer Taree Meatas. (Semi-Weekly Edltloa - ILM a? Ann um; ?5 cents for 81z Montait M eeats for Four Monika Ul ADVANCE Member of the Associated Fresa aad Berelving Complete Haily T?l?graphie Hervite. A larger CIrenlatloa Thaa Aay Otk- ? ar Newspaper la Tala Ce agrees le aa! District Tba Intelligencer la delivered by carriers la the etty. If you fall to gat your paper regularly please notify as. Opposite your name on label at yo jr paper la printed date to which paw fafer la paid. All ck eeks aad drafts should ba draw? to Ti? Ap aaron Intelligencer, * I The Weather. Washington, March ?. -Forecast: South...

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. — 7 March 1914

NARROWLY FEROCIOUS PHI -?? Dt*g Thai Intervened Wa* liter, ally Tom to Piece? by Bruta. . (By Associates Press) Bristol. Va.-Tenti., March 6.-Wh'le playing at a wood pile within a f< w yards ot his home at the Narrai s, twelve miles south, of Bristol, tn tve Holsten mountains, Arthur Potts. J P., a 13-year-old lad, [yesterday bad a harrow escape from a ferocious pl o yjher. With a loud] scream the anln al bounded out of U14 woods toward t ie little boy. A large iwund dog sera Ut across his path a]few feet from ?1 ie child and the panther tore the dbg literally to pieces.; while the boy Es caped to the house, His father, y ip J out with a shotgun, but did not.ger a] shot at the panther, within close r The panther ass been seen '-sever times in the past few weeks, and on I last week followed two of tbe Pott* I children a half mlle on their return | from school. ?TTACKEB BY ?EGRO Saar* NR'phen Kirby Was Killed at tanbar* Spartanburg, March 5.-At tbe cor oner's inquest held this morn...

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. — 7 March 1914

TONIGHT DECIDES WHO ?H?lKN??j Hustler? Still Hov? ? Chance to C Great Race fer the First Gr? ' to Win a Splendid Toi Away Yoi CANDIDATES MUST LABC U'jiai ar? you. going to do today? If some ont; w?rc to tell you that a few subscriptions mor-j or les? would A<t tnruxinefhe winner of the Touring Car or a prUce of smaller value, any fatr-i minded ?onteatant would strain every ??ffort to get all the subscriptions in her power bdtwoen now and March 12 at 9 o'cloek p. m. That is just what you wont to do. Do not set a certain number that you want to get, but get every ona-thai vou iMissltyjrcan. would feel bad If you missed that Ford esr b yone subscription, wouldn't you? Whon you think that ?you have gotten everyone that you possibly can, got another one, nnd so on. You will liq surplscd at how many more you can get I han'you think you cnn. - Get'started today. Don't wait until tomorrow to get subscriptions. There are plenty to be-gotten if you but make the proper effort. This la the t...

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. — 7 March 1914

n i poay R 0 E A D The D --tr. ?'' A I L Tr7 .<l!W ?ntelligencre are the kind of ads thal Wz? %M %P & AS. v83 ?oj&'t st?% in the same tVSj? RUT," increase y dur sales and. create a demand for your mer chs.ndi?e by Advertising in T-lie Daily intelligencer The^ "W?wsjr" U morning paper th?C il read by the majority of people in Anderson cjt?wty, and by ethereal different parts of the eountry. Our ?danoij guarantee? 'ftESULTS." Ey?(ryHome iii The *$*y is receivLr% a,copy of our paffer every morning. . 'TREE GRATIS" FOR Vi j BO?TIIEBN BALLWAY. Premier Cantor ot Aha Sonta, IS CONW?CTW^^TU BLWB BJtDG? ? Schedr-.l Bri HNrB. toe foll are published are not guarno*. Arrival and \ Anderson. 8. Of^ No. Arriving Froto 20 Greenville and Belton.. 8:30 av m. I 22 Greenville and Belton, .11:60 a. m.! 15 Charleston. Columbia and Bollon, through sleeper io- ? -Belton..lU50a.m. | 12 Atlanta, ' Walhalla and Seneo* ... ... ....-e:ti a. as. J 25 Greenville and Belton .. 1:25V p. au I 10 Atlanta,...

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. — 7 March 1914

:: OUR MUTUAL GIRL : : j 4th Reel of This Great Feature Saturday, lVIarcli 7th. Theatre Open from ll A. M. to ll P. M. - - - One Continuous Performance :: :: SEE PROGRAM FOR OTHER 3 REELS :: :: ...ELECTRIC THEATRE... N "Mutua! Movies Make Time F?y" M # Sf. t{. y * !f. * ? * * .Y ELECTRIC CIT .V- Items of Interest and Person: .Y- Wireless on the Si Young Cyclone \ IMI.-II Antler son. Anderson hud tue pleasure of en tertaining a young cyclone yesterday afternoon about 5 o'clock. Thc wind ( blew at a terrific rate and for a time t many feared timi come serious damage < might bc done. However, so far as i could bs learned last night tho city t Buffered no loss except for tho Bign < board next tu the Central Presbyterian ; t im i ch on Main street. O ver half of I tills board was blown down. Consid- < crab!-; sp?culation waa' heard as to . what caused the wind, one min* ad- t vsnclng the opinion that lt had soma connection with tljo.v earthquake of Thursday, but the tnjbst gener...

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. — 8 March 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. CameioTake Went Awa COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION TO ANDERSON COLLEGE 1 TING SUPERIORIT "When it seemed that after an an gling of more than a year the trus tecB of Anderson College had just suc ceeded In landing Mr. W. II. Hand for the plaoo of president of the institu tion, along came ; om other fisherman and tried to take him away. The out come of the business Is thut Anderson College will keep Mr. Hand. A committee of educators came to Anderson Saturday and tried to get the trustees of Anderson College to release M;. Hand from hia contract, to act as president of the institution. The committee consitod of John E Sweuringen, state superintendent of education, Prof. Patterson Wardlaw, head of the school of pedagogy of the state university; W. K. T?te, repre senting the general education board of the United States; Supt. Lueco (Junter of t...

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. — 8 March 1914

IMPORTANT :: NOTICES :: T" ' 1 FOR SALE FOU SALE?Nearly forty years with Barred Plymouth Rocks- best of | chickens. Eighteen Kar rats 1.75, 'I Ringlets 11.50 for 15 eggs in patent*, baskets. -J. C. Strlhllrig, Pendleton, 8. C. :i-:i-H??tp. ! FOB SALE?Mule; six years old; wt. 1000; at 3-4 cost.. Owner selling farm. Apply to Walter Karle, An derson R. F. I). 2. m7-:Jl FOB SALE?Huff Hock eKKH. 15 for! 76 cents; Golden Lace Wyandottes, 15 for 11.00. Both fine winter layers. A.W.Kay. m8-lt WANTS WANTSO?The ladies to know that( I hu-n the best curling fluid that can be l-ought. On sale at Martin's! Drug Store or Oarvin Harber Shop. | Price $1.00 per bottle. I). C Garvln' 3-7-tf. I -1 WANTED?Typewriter purchasers. ; Wo have over 200 new rebuilt and' second hand typewriters for quick ' stile, cheap. All makes. Price. sheet on request. J. B, Cray ton ti Co., Charlotte. N. c. 'I ! >m8-ff WANTED you lo *now Mr. S, L Ful 1er, who for the past ilvo years hafj. been working at the R. W. PrtibV...

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. — 8 March 1914

BELTON PAGE DEVOTED T? * upbumlp1n6 ?* bel " and vicinity; and as a medium for communicating *_ m ws and advertising. ' ''** 11 i ' ^_... \ * f. x. at. *. m. At L mm ? .. ?. ~~ ;-?-?- - - ??_ maa^^^m^ m- m- - * T T *J" mmf *X* ?J* *f? * Interesting sud * and notes fr * ; * CLAUDE A. GRAV Dr. W. C. H'jarin w?uit to Anderson yesterday aftornooo to^see Iiis patient, A. I... Knight, who was,operated, on in the inlinuary In Anderson Tuesday. Ml*. Knight was gating along so nice ly that Kr. Hearin hrqnght him hack to Dolton on the nve-tbirty carl K. wuUh, property owner of the <.!. S. & A. F uilway, with headquarters in (Jreenville, was among those in Bel ton yesterday. ' The following gentlemen, ytere reg isteWd at Ttotel (Jeer yesterday: C. A Shipman, North Carolina ; V. M. Fleni Ing. Virginiu; W^F. Marshall. Ander son j B. M. Frank, Washington ; T .B. Curtis, Anderson; G. W. Oeud, Ander-! son:. W. WL Walkor, Asheville; J. EtI Willis, Richmond; J. Reed, Columbus,! Ohio; E. F. Tay...

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. — 8 March 1914

THE AHDERS0NINTELLI6ENCER ! FoBidftd im _ IM Worth Mala Street '_ANDERSON, g, 0. WILLIAM BAUES, . Miter W. W. SMOAK, - Bnnlneai M?nager ?.Entered According to Act e! Cea freai as Second Clan Mall Matter fit FestoMee at Anderson, 8. C FiMlfhei Every Morales Izeeft Monday Sontf.Weekly Edition ob Taetday aad Friday Mornings Dally Edition?S&OG per ana am} \ ffc&e for Six Months j 9L26 Tor Three Month*. Semi*Weekiy Kdiiioa ? $iM per| A ax a m I 7& e*sta for Six Meathei M| eeata fer Four Months, _III ADVANCE Member of the Associated Press a*o MecelTlag Complete Daily T?l?graphie A larger Circnlstloa Thaa Any Oth. er Nenapaper le This to agr?ante aal District. The Intelligencer la delivered by earriers In the city. If yon fall to get your paper regularly please notify ae. Ospoelte your name on label el your paper Is printed date to which fan pager le paid. All ckecks and drafts should he drawa to The An Intelligencer. The Weather Washington, Msroh 7.-rForecast: South Carolina?C...

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. — 8 March 1914

IF YOU ARE ABOUT TO CONSTRUCT A MODEL HOME YOU WILL KEEP IN VIEW THESE QUALITIES C o-Ti venience Hea Ithfulness Safety Cheerful ne Phone 223L a o Cleanline s s "Do It Electrically f* PUBLIC UTILITIES COMPANY at Gives prcimpt and careful atten tion to ajl kinds of Insurance? including ?F I R E, TORNADO, I HEALTH a n|d ACCIDENT,"' j BURGL?R,y and LIABILITY. Also FIDELITY, OFFICIAL. JUDICIAL arid CONTRACT' [BONDS. I \ Let our solicitor beat the Fire Engine td yourjproperty. j G. EUGENE} TRIBBLE, Mgr.&Treas. Second floor of | Brown Building N. Main St. Our Motto is "SERVICE* >ne^O? mimfA you'll realize why Fords and Government bonds are bought with feqiia ! surance. Strongest fift&n^ dally?world-wide \? Injj scope?largest in volume of output. We build our reputation into the car. Better buv a Ford= . Five hundred dollars is the price of the. ^ord runabouts; the touring car la five the town car seven flfly?f. o. b, roll, complete with equipment. .Oet ,,...,?, log and particula...

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. — 8 March 1914

HILL BE ANN) I! I . TNTHUSIASM, ENERGY AND c COUNT THE DAYS THAT AR ER SUBSCRIPTIONS IN?M ?WORK WITH A MORE D EVER?THIS IS THE HOM A FEW MORE DAYS OF Those are the days that the live, I energetic people are doing every thing' to get every subscriber possible. They ; realize that they have only a fow more ; days of golden opportunity and will, make every moment count. The fe.*> ccss of the candidates depends upon what they will do in the next few dayu. You - have only four days more and they will soon bj past history. This time is valuable to you now if it ever will be. It is not at* easy to get subscrip tions now as it was when the Contest was first started, und each day candi dates will And it harder to secure i in iii. The territory is being canvass "d by crnrst workers who are net ting l' u . j iriptlohs that are .easiest to piov-ure? In order to win one of thlo prizes it is going to take work. Nothing that Is worth anything was ever gained without energy and per severance. Th...

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