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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 15 January 1914

^I!llllll!illillll[!ll!!lll!ll!!il!ll!!l!l!l!!ll!lllllllllf||||ill E!!!IIIIIfllIliIllillllIIIIlIlll!Illll!IH!llli!liilllllim.\\\\\\\.l!!llillSiillll!lill!ll!lillll!l!P $1,685 in prizes m - - 90 The Anderson Daily Intellig You do not have to be a Subscriber to Participate. Secure the ADVANTAGE of an EARLY START I % ? Nominate Yourself or a NOMINATION COUPON WILL BE FOUND IN THIS PAPER mm???amtJ Read every word of this, it will interest dl. vuu First Grand Prize Ford Touting Car Value $590.00 This car was purchased from "the Todd Garage and is flow on exhibition at.their sales room. We purchased this automobile, not because it is cheaper, but because it is better. First Prize District No. 1 Lester Piano Value $450.00 This instrument Is one of the most popular of the Lester styles. The veering, inside and out is of the finest natural figured Ma hogany or Oak. This piano is full size Upright Grand, 4 feet 10 in. high, 5 feet 5 in. wide and 2 feet 3 in. deep. This piano is now on display...

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. — 15 January 1914

Electric Cil Items u/ Interest and Personal less On the Str The following were among the South Carolinians registered at the Chlquola hotel yesterday: C. K. Neal, W. t:. Boho, J. T. Tldwell, i?a Vid Kuhn and S. H. s. 11. Cunning from Greenville; w. V. Strlcklond, Spnrtanburg; T. F. McDow, Charles ton; J. N. Bel), Greenville and .1. 11. Dudley, of Columbia. Considerable Improvement lia? been made in the appearance of tho Btore front of A. W. Bailey's estab lishment. Tills handsome live and ten cent store has recently begun work on remodeling the front, put-j ting in handsome display windows and otherwise Improving the appear ance of the place. Preparations are being made for a very elaborate op ening day when the work Is finally completed. Itohert Kay, the son of Thomas H. Kay, of the Whitetleld section of the county, has gone to Money Grove. Texas, where lie will engage in bus iness. Mr. Kay has many friends in | bis section who regret his departure' and he carries with him their ve...

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. — 16 January 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. THURSDAY'S PRO IN THE JE George William* Gage, of Chester ? to Succeed Chat. A. Wo pointed Fed (Sp?cial Correspondence1 Columbia," Jan. 16.?The Senate committee on manufactures will rec ommend to the Senate, an amendment to be inser. ;d 'to the child labor bill proposing to i <e tho age limit to 13 years in 1915. and 14 years in 19lt>. The amendment, in accordance with a compromise suggested at Hie meeting this evening, is to the effect thpt chil dren between 12 and 14 years be per mitted to work in the mills eight hours during the day time if they attend a regular school term. Xo children under 12 yearn of age are allowed to work in the mills. Jos A^sMcCoullough and other mem bers of the child labor- committee. W. H. Swift, of Greensboro, N. C, secre tary, of the ?wo Carolinas, and repre senting the National Child Labor As so...

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. — 16 January 1914

With the Passing or4 Each Distant Parts of the St? Keep the Cont< *."74** * . ; More Nominations Are Ne of all to Enter?Pr;zes Offered in " SEE LIST OF CANDI At Hie writing of this article nonti- < nations are still coining in from all i ?Ides of the contest territory. The I Contest Department has been almost ; swamped with letters usklng for full information pertaining to tiie great '< $2,000.00 contest inaugurated by The ! Anderson Daily Intelligencer. * Front i all sections of the State come reports 1 of general interest The public has i taken in this bit; campaign. Appro*!- i mately two thousand dollars has been expended by The Anderson Intelllgcn-. cer for prizes hi this contest. This is all to be given without a cent of cost i to the energetic''people of the State. It Is not at nil surprising that the fancy of every one in the territory Is centered on The Anderson Dally In telligencer's prizes. There Is not one among the prizes that Is not worth a little effort to win...

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. — 16 January 1914

~~ ~~~~~ ' ' ' '' L ' ????fO???? ' II. I,'Il J_^_W?W??! 1???? RFI TON P?PF 0cvotc<ito tn ? UP?????!"?! of Belfoit an<r^iritty^*i*d as ULL 8 Uli i HQL ? Medium for Communicating News and Ajdvertlslxva. JOB PRINTING T^HE plant of The Belton News * has been purchased by us, and it will be run as a Job Printing Plant. Al ready splendidly equipped, additional machinery and equipment will be added to enable us to handle all orders, large or small. Competent and Experienced Workmen will be employed and our efforts will be to merit the patronage of those needing commercial station ery. Let Us Do Your Printing The Anderson Intelligencer JOB PRINTING DEPARTMENT BpLTON, :: SO. CAR. I H McCUEN ON THE SQUARE Young4u business but our motto Is old *'Give Everybody a Square Deal" Dry Goods and Notions, Ladies' and Children's Fine Shoes. BELTON; S. C. , ...In Dress Goods*.. Former price 50c, 75c and $1.00, going at 25c 16 Ladies' Coat Suits, last years style, 2 per cent, less than cost.. All n...

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. — 16 January 1914

THE ANDERSON INTELLIGENCER Founded Immi 12? North Muin Street ANDERSON, S. f. ..Entered According to Act of Con gross as Second Class Mull Matter at the Postoftice at Anderson, S. ft WILLIAM IIANhS, - - Editor W. W. SMOAK, - Business Manager Published i:?er> Morning Except Monday Semi-Weekly Edition on Tuesday nud Frlduy Mornings Daily Edition *5.UO per nun? nr. $JL50 fur Mix Months; el .25 for Three Month*. ftemLWeekly Edition $1.50 per Annum; "5 cents for Six Months; 50 cents for Four Months. IN ADVANCE Member of the Associated Press nnd Beaching Complete Daily Telegraphic Bai" ike, A larger Circulation Than Any Oth er Newspaper In This Congressional District. The Intelligencer 1* delivered by carriers In the city. It you fall to got your paper regularly please notify SC. Opposite your name on label of your paper is printed date to which PNU paper is paid. All checks said drafts should be drawn to The Au deroon Intelligencer. Washington. Jan. IS?Forecast: For South Carolina-Fai...

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. — 16 January 1914

9SHHR9HBSB1 i-'TTTi I'llU'llllllllf*1' "1l""lllllliTl HllMH Iii 11 III If 11 > A SHOT GUN IS AN UNSAFE PLACE IN WHICH TO PUT MONEY The other day the papers told of a man who had hidden his money in the barrel of a shot gun for safe keeping.. A boarder, annoyed by the barking of a dog, put a shell in the gun and fired. Since then the owner of the gun has been hunting for the dog, hop big to get back some of his money. If he had planted that money in real estate both his time and mon ey would have been saved. If you, Mr. Reader, will acquaint us wllh your desires, in either the P purchase or sale of real estate; we will endeavor to serve you profit ably. Very respectfully yours, Frank & DeCqmps Realty Co* ?'PHONE 246- X Jno. Frank C. J. DeCamps 77%F 'PPl/D&VT MAtV rH/D?S U/S MON?zLiN OUR BANK We wish to point out that not only is ypur money absolutely safe v/hen behind cur thick walls and strong locks,, hut sfeo. $u ii ike GOOD NAMES of men of high standing and financial re...

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. — 16 January 1914

GENTLEMEN When in need of a FINE TAILOR-MADE SUiT cut, trimmed and shaped to your figure, call on S ALL A TAILORING CO., 126 W. Benson St., where your credit is good. Largest as sortment Woolens in the City to select from and low est prices. ...CASH or CREDIT... SALLA TAILORING GO. Under Maple Hall 126 W. Benson St. You will be doing youreeli a good turn by installing a GAS RANGE. We Bel them" under the strongest, guarantee. Easy terms?$2 down anq $2 per month. Anderson Gas Co. CA8ET ? FAKT. ARCHITECTS. Anderson, a C Brown Office Building. 8eec?d Floor.. Pbc?c 28S. ?L&?RE * BALDWIN ARCHITECTS * Bleckley Bldg. Anderson. 8. C. -- * Citizens National Bens Bldg. Kclelgh, N. C. jwjane.clinksgiu.es ATTORNEY AT LAW. Loans Negotiated oa Beat Estai* Office: Watson-Vandl?Or SuHdln?. ANDERSON. 8. O. My Business is Grow ing Fast . X was compelled to add one mon room to my office, it in now bigger and better than before. BECAUSE?The people have begun to learn that they can .get their eyes ex...

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. — 16 January 1914

lh ililllllllllllillllll IN 1 $ 1,685 TO BE Y BY You do not have to be a Subscriber to Participate. Secure the ADVANTAGE of an EARLY START Nominate Yourself op a F^rlencl To NOMINATION COUPON WILL BE FOUND IN THIS PAPE Read every word of this, it will interest you. First Grand Prize Ford Touting Car Value $590.00 This car was purchased from the Todd Garage and is now on exhibition at their sales room. We purchased this automobile, not because it is cheaper, but because it is better. First Prize District No. 1 Lester Piano Value $450.00 This instrument is one of the most popular of the Lester styles. The veering, inside and out, is of the finest natural figured Ma hogany or Oak. This piano is full size Upright Grand, 4 feet 10 in. high, 5 feet 5 in. wide and 2 feet 3 in. deep. This piano is now. on display at Willis & Spearman's music house, Bleckl?y building. First Prize District No 2 I ver s & Pond Piano Value $425,00 r} ~ This piijuUs of a beautiful dds^?'? . j i 4 feet 7 ...

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. — 16 January 1914

Electric Ch Items of Interest and Persona l?sa On the St Feese McDonald tf Ivn wuh unions, tiie business visitors to iu< city yes* l'jecc McDonald of Iva was ninoni) tcrday. Jestsc. T. Drake <>f Martin was in the city for a few hours on business. J. N. liolllns of Kock HUI, wad among the Anderson planters tc spend yesterday in the city. j. a. Baylors of Belton was a busi ness} visitor to the city yesterday. L. U. Kay, a well known Belton citizen, spent a few hours in the city yesterday j. T. Hogers and Miss Hogers ol Hevirdam were in the city yesterday for u ft ,v hours. H. W. Spears, a well known Town ville cttiz?n, was in the city yester day on business. C. E. Godfrey, of Spartanburg sper.t a few hours in the city yesterday James II. Price of Greenville spent yesterday In the city on business. J. M. Gaines of Greenwood waa among tho business visitors reglstero.1 at the Chiquola hotel yesterday. John Eskcw of Centorvllle was among tho business vlB'.tors to tl city yesterdu...

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. — 17 January 1914

THE ANDERSON NTELL VOL. 1. NO. 5. Weekly, Established 1860; Daily, Jan. 18, 1914. ANDERSON. S. C SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 17, 1914. PRICE FIVE CENTS. $5.00 PER ANNUM. SENATOR SULLIVAN AND RE! TRODUCED BILLS YESTEf BEFORE LAW MAKERS. / BF.GI8TBATION BOW Senator Sulllvun Would Hare Journn Corrected Special Correspondence. Columbia, Jan. 16.? -Senator Sulllvai asked fOr an executive, session to con slder the matter'of supervisors of reg istratlon for Andcroan county for 1 Si2 on the ground that so much of the record which the continuation of on* Lindsay was erroneous and offered t resolution as follows. "Whereas, van error appears in the Senate Journal. of 1912. on 24th ol February, page 851, showing that I* X. Lindsay was confirmed as super visor of registration- for Andersoi county, he being absent from 14th u 28th of February, sick at his home it Anderson county. Therefore, be it re solved by the senate in executive ses sion that said error Is hereby correct ed by striking from 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. — 17 January 1914

Attracts Attention o Tl SAVE THE COUP< SOME LI Friendly Struggle Less Re It 1 u been leti thau a week sine* I The Auderson ' Dally Intelligencer's creat automobile contest was first an nounced, but in that abort space of time H bas been given the widest pub licity and has attracted the attention of hundreds of people throughout the state. Since la?t Tuesday when the first 'news of the big Ocer of $2.000 was given to the public, nominations have been receifed in an ever increas ing r?imbcr. But the number of nomi nations to date is merely a beginning. There are dosen s and dozens of towns throughout the western portion or the State yet to be beard from, and there is net a. single county yet that is suf ficiently well represented. For the next ten days the contest will be strict ly In the nomination stage. Aware that only a small .percentage of tbe nominations develop into active con testants, the Anderson Daily lntelll geucar invites and urres every alitrible person of the territo...

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. — 17 January 1914

RFI TDM PA PF ?cvote<ito the -UPbiillcJtaa ol Belton ana Vicinity, aiid^S ULL 1 UH I HUL a Medium lor Communicating News SJrvd Adv^rHsimg. JOB PRINTING HTHE plant of The Belton News * has been purchased by us, and it will be run as a Job Printing Plant. Al ready splendidly equipped, additional machinery and equipment will be added to enable us to handle all orders, large or small. Competent and Experienced Workmen will be employed and our efforts will be to merit the patronage of those needing commercial station ery. ' . Let Us Do Your Printing The Anderson Intelligencer] JOB PRINTING DEPARTMENT BELTON, :: SO CAR. Bargain Counter i 999In Dress Goods... Former price 50c, 75c and $1.00, going at 25c 16 Ladies'Coat Suits, last year's style, 2 per cent, less than cost. All new style Coat Suits at cost. 55 Boys' Suits, regular price $2.50 to $5.50, closing out price. &?.50 o'g3.50. One lot Men's Shoes, sizes 6 to 9, former price $3.00 to $4.00, to go at $2.00 and $2.50. One lot La...

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. — 17 January 1914

THE ANDERSON INTELLIGENCER Founded 1*00 126 North Mnln Street ANDERSON. S. C. ..Entered According to Art of Con greeft as Second Clans Mull .Mutter ut the Postoffice ut Anderson, S. C. WILLIAM RANKS, . Edltor W.W. 8MOAK, Huslness Mnnuger Publisbed Fiery Morning Except Monday SemLWeekly Edition on Tuesday ami Friday .Mornings Dally Edition?$5.00 per annum; fSwO for Six Months; $1.25 for Three Months. SemLWeekly Edition ? 91.50 per Annum} 75 cents for Six Months; .V? cents for Four Months VS ADVANCE Member of the Associated Crest* and Beeclrlng Complete Dull; Telegraphic lerne?. A larger Circulation Than Any Oth er Newspaper in This Congressional Dlitrlct. The Intelligencer is delivered by carriers in the city. If you fall to get your paper regularly please not if: SB. Opposite your name on label of your paper is printed date to which Wnr paper is p?*i. All checks and drafts should by drawn to The An derson Intelligencer. Washington. Jan. 16.?Forec v For South Carolina-Fair Saturday; ...

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. — 17 January 1914

Just Received From the Style Center, Embracing the Popular Colors. Seal Browns, Knox Greys, Light Blue Artichokes and Greens. A Knox Beacon Felt Soft Hat full of what the young man calls "pep." A more dignified description would be smart. The styles are*well suited to young and middle ages, and comes in five distinct colors at' ." We wishTto point out that not only is your money absolutely ?i*ft when behind our thick walls and strong locks, but also tint the GOOD NAMES of men of high standing and financial responsi bility are also behind our bank. We stick strictly 10 S\Fri, sound banking business; we do not injure in unsafe specu'.ttior. We warn cur customer* against far-away tLky inw.str.tei'b. I Let ?s build up our own community. Make OUR liar.k YOUR bank We pay 4 per cent interest quarterly. PEOPLES BANK,.Anderson, S. C. i nrw qu a dp IHUVf warn. wa ?c m?b Seize the opportunities as they pass, if .von . ? want to make m ney. We make a transfer this weok of the Garrison Pr*>pe...

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. — 17 January 1914

Coles ver Guano-Distributor 1. z\: More of this style of Distributors ar esold than all others combined. We call attention to the many 'points of superiority found in the COLE DIS ! ' " . 'jTRlBUTOR. The Wheeland Hopper are strong ly made and well braced. The wheel is made of seasoned timber, two-ply, cross grained, cement nailed and held firmly by two flanges and three bolts. The feed knives have our peculiar pattern and arrangement for the best results. The cut-off is of .improved design and is controlled by a lev er in easy reach of the operator. This lever is in rear of hopper and pro tected by the handles. The gauge is positive accu rate and easy to set. The whole machine is a splendid example of accuarte workmanship. Oliver Called Plows ere (he original, die genuine, and the best CHILLED PLOWS b the work). They are made better, they wtu lonn?, do better work and more <A it?WITH LIGHTER DRAFT, than any other plow* made. Ute? of OLIVER CHILLED PLOWS dV not neikate to recommen...

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. — 17 January 1914

i!!l!lllilllliiil!!!illll!lll!lll!llllllllll!ll!!IEIIIIillllil!llllliii;:il!llllll!H IN PRIZES to ? aa m by The Anderson Daily Intelligencer You do hot have to be a Subscriber to Particip Secure the ADVANTAGE of an EARLY START Nominate Yourself or a Friend To-day NOMINATION COUPON WILL BE FOUND IN THIS PAPER V*JL Jit. W 1M irmi First Grand Prize Ford Touring Car Value $590,00 This car was purchased from the Todd Garage and is now on exhibition at their, sales room. Wc purchased this automobile, not because it is cheaper, but because it is better. First Prize District Lester Piano Value $450.00 This instrument is one of the most popular of the Lester styles. The veering, inside and out, is of the finest natural figured Ma !lO'r2nv Or O^k. This ?Ibrtn ic fijU size Upright Grand, 4 feet 10 in. high, 5 feet 5 in. wide and 2 feet 3 in. deep.- This piano is now on display at Willis & Spearman's music house, Bleckley building. First Prize District No 2 Ivers&Ponip Piano Value $425^...

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. — 17 January 1914

Electric Cit Items e? Interest and Personal less On the Str Lcard Newton, of Pendieton, spent a few hours in Anderson yestcrdey. Milton G. Smith, of Greenville, ?pent yesterday In the city ou business J. M. Broyles, of the Kork section, WH? among tin? visitors to the city yesterday. M. C. King, of Townvllle, was in ; the city tor ? few hours yesterday on business. W. L. Hayes, u prominent planter of Route No. 7, spent a few hours in Anderson yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. K. C. Chapman of Converse, were guests at the Chiquola otel last night. S. Brooks Marshall and M. Levl, of Greenwood, were buainesa visitors to tho city yesterday. Mratin Crenshaw, of Pendleton. wan among the business visitors to the city yesterday. J. S. Watt, of Clemson College, spent a part of yesterday in the city on business. M. D. Stalnnker. a well kuown Mantles Tile Grates i. ?*? <-' ( < We have a large assortment from wJjdoh; ttVs choose. ? l?et us show t^rou and help you Plan your fire-place for looks and c...

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. — 18 January 1914

THE ANDERSON DAILY INTELLIGENCER VOL.1. NO. 6. -?_ WUCE FIVE CENTS. $5.00 FER ANNUM. urnnnro rnrrn nunut? fiittu IN LE| CASE HOMER BROWN AND JOHN DUCWORTH DISCHARG BY JUDGE WILSON HABEAS CORPUS Court Refused to Hold Men Charged With J. W. Lee '. If John W. Lee. Mromiient Pied mont man, did me t\ witli foul play the courts, of Anderson lounty are! now no nearer the solution, or wh?H perpetuated the deod than Ithey were I before Jolm Uucwortb arid Homer I Brown wore arrested, charged with I the crime. These two negroes, both I of whom have been confin?e in the I Anderson county jail since Mr. Lee's I disappearance, wore Saturday releas ed by Judge John S. Wilson and bothH w?lked from the court room, free I men. The negroes were arrested two I weeks ago, charged with having been I implicated ?in Mr. Lee's disappear-1 ?ce and it was presumed that they I mid be arraigned on a charge of I murder. However, following the ha-1 bcus corpuB proceedings brought by I the Qrm of Green & Ear l...

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. — 18 January 1914

3W? (??fCHSTARIES VISIT CLEMSON (Continued from page oue.) -Jsse" - i i -.- . hind welcome. *lr. Wiialcy uuid that ids e:?lit years work as secre So had us ver participated in any which, gav? rise (o mors U Cor better work than did bald ye.terday. Ha urged to pla&ge tbeir assistance to of ?ducation and to the up of the educational iustitu leas of the State. A. V. flnoll. secretary of the Cbar ri. Cbauiler of Conanerce, said a> comparison of Clemson Col , With other institutions of a Character reflected more crodl irpon Clem son. Ke said that _ Co aid be no doubt of the fact 1 floate Carolina is behind in ed kti?nal work and urged} that every ab#r of Commerce in 'the Statt (!.<,:> t..... L4A - -?t- ?m tiens as Clemson in an effort to bet jt?r conditions. i . A- Johnstons of Greenville, said that Clomson had been closely asso 'iaiated with Us work that the Green ville Chamber of Commerce had been 4?mc and that the college was dl Tartly rtaponalbU in several lnstano a f?r ...

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