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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 25 September 1914

CHARLESTON & WESTERN CARO. LINA RAILWAY To and fro ni (lie NORTH-SOUTH-EAST-WHST Leaves: No. 6 .\ .7.30 a. m. Np. 22.l.io p. m. Arrives: No. 21.......10.00 a. rn. No. :i .,~.V, 3.10 p. mk Information, schedules, rates, etc., promptly given, E WILLIAMS. O. P. A. Augusta, Ga. T. B. Curtis, G. A. N Anderson. 8. C. Abov0 figures effective Sunday, Sept 20th. 1914. CHICHESTER :S PIUS ?ST?*? ' <v ?. o .1 Ira I A?L your ll r ti pel . t for /j\ Sti/{Sk*JM. ? I'.'^hca-lcrB J?lacion?Tlrnod/VVS fc<J?7WS& ".lain lied and Oold ?E?lUIlcvV/ ist .?r ??-?f??NBi i?uAi?i> imSKma T*-F SOLD BYDR?CGISTS EVERWHER5 ?H I "ir ?"'"-' ! f.\ ' ., lt "! COUNTY SUFFERS from HEAVY STORM Do you know that >ou can get from ns a TORNADO POLICY, which will protect you from the troubles that your neighborer i are now suffering. It costs very little In premium hut PAYS LARGE in results. COME lo our office and hst ns tell vou about IL : - ... - $?\ ? Walton Insurance Evans Building. W Is about tho wont ...

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. — 25 September 1914

V?uoed Angoit 1, 1660. SM Horth Hain Stret AHDEBSON, S. C WILLIAM BANKS, . Editor j W* W. SM OAK .... Business Manager I Hm Entered According to Act of Con-] Sro?s aa Second Class Mail Matter at j tte Pofito?Pco Af Anderson, S. C. Sintered aa'/iecond-class matter Ap iti 28, 1*14, ct tho post office at An derson, South Carolina, under the Act Ot March 3, 1879. Semi-weekly edition-31.60 par] .. Tear. ? Pally/edition-16.00 per annum; IMO fofc Six Months; 11.25 for Three Koothav jg IN ADVANCE. . A larger circulation than any other ] flew spacer in thia Congressional Dis trict. -Sr Y_ TEMTIIONEBt Sditoripl. 327 j Baalr.cs? O'fl-io.'821 lott Printing.S93-L Local Newn.827 Society Nows.321 Tho Intelligencer ia delivered by .furriers in ?he city. If you fall to 0tt your paper regularly please notify tts. Opposite your name on label cf your paper ls prnted date to which POST paper is paid. Al checka and' i ?ssfta ssonld be drawn to The Ander son Intelligencer. >;'\ The Weather Washington, ...

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 September 1914

1 * . . . The Improved All-Steel Rapid Fire Hay Press The Best Hay Press for the Farmer Light Draft and Fast Baling. It is the fastest baler because it had 28 (inch feed opening with 33 inch stroker jtwo strokes to each round of the horse. j It has- light draft because it is only 16 linches from center;to extreme end of roll jer, and the sweep to which the horse is at tached is fl 1 feet long. REBOUND BRAKE-The Rapid Fire is equipped with our Special Rebound Brake, which takes every bit of the jar off the Press, thereby doubling the life of the machine and doing away with the expense of repair parts; and it makes the horse glad because the lever positively will not jump forward and skin the horse's heel when the Press is in operation. YOU CAN PAY MORE BUT YOU J CANNOT BU Yi A BETTER HAY PRESS |THAN THE RAPID FIRE. It is simply j the strongest and lightest hay press on the *market ! 0 . '.-'j ' : ; ISULLIV?N HA?MM Anderson, S; C. Greenville, S. C. Belton, S, C. Tillinnin I TUAIIIO wa...

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 September 1914

ABE'S GRANDFATHER BROUGHT CANNON H MUCH TALK ABOUT 4'OLD REFORMER' E THE TO CHOOSE A SITE Cannon Waa First Brought Herc I In 1814 by Mr. Hanks, Father Of Aba Lincoln's Mother Mr. J. Pioknoy Heed, tho man who rescued tho,'."Old informer" from a cotton Held hear Starr, urges tho peo ple of Anderson to place thc famous old cannon on the public minare. He says that, he voices1 the sentiments of tho old soldiers and thc Hod Shirts When ho muk?s till:- appeal, lie de clare? that the old soldiers have al ways wunlod lt on tho court house square, it was ni ways such a re minder of stirring times. The "Old deformer" Is* an obi Kng lhjh make of brass cannon which lias a remarkable history. It was used during the war of tho Revolution, per haps on both sldofj or that Tray. It wo? brought to Anderson county in 1814 by Mr. Hanks, father of Nancy ? - nh < :!n r of Abraham Lin coln. M.-. ..t ed ?ot this piece of his tory from th.?. Into "Tommy" Hanks, who explained the circumstances. This is an...

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 September 1914

TEXAS MAH TELL OF COTTON BUSINESS SAYS THAT HIS STATE IS ALL) RIGHT . "NOT WORRYING" Texas Legislature Will Work Out| Scheme By Which All Formers Wffl Be Greatly Aided (From Thursday's Dally) - ? 'AHerman Brown, of Vernon, Texas, ? Tftm'An Anderson;yesterday and while! here he talked very interestingly or H conditions /now prevailing in Texas. H He. enys thaw Texas will raise an av-1 erage cotton crop this'year of 4,200-1 OOO bales and that .the planters of I Texas are not worrying over the so-H tiring and selling of cotton. He says I that the Stale .is in a fine financial I condition and that Governor Colquittl has ' recently called a special session I of the General Assembly for the pur-1 pose of considering ways' and means I tp help the farmers. Governor Col-! quitt will submit to this legislature! a bill wheh he will ask them to pnss, ! He will appeal to the. ieglslatwa to! incorporate a State holding bank! system with ar central'bank, this bankfl having n capital of $80,000,000...

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 September 1914

I Shoes At Old Prices, or Better Shoes At the Same Prices We anticipated our shoe wants and bought early and often. So there will be no advances in the price of Shoes at our store this sea son. We have enough Shoes on hand, and including our orders for future delivery at old prices to last us un the 1st of March, 1915. Our Shoes must always main tain the highest standard of qual ity. We are now prepared to, give V i1 ; ) a's good, pr even better, values in ^'..-.^Shoes this fall than ever before. "' Vye Sell F?r Cash Only-And of course we. can afford to sell on smaller "margin" of profit/ than credit stores. GET ?EM AT THOMPSON'S AND SAVE THE DIFFERENCE. $1.00 to $5.00 Thompson's THE ONE PRICE SHOE STORE. WE SELL FOR CASH ONLY. ss [ ?Chaiigelnio?aimn, Tam now" l?cated over ? :A. Power's grocery store at 212 1-2 S. Main Street. I ; thank m'y1, Ifiends'tor their past patronage and ask con.-' tinuance of sai?i?v 1 make plates at $6.50 I make gold crowns at$4.00 Silver fillings, 50c and...

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. — 29 September 1914

' ' , ' " ' - I TUESDAY FRIDAY 1 _ oopENSE?^yo]L t NO 43 F?tablItB?i 18W! Halft Ar?? -mt ANDERSONr S. CVTUE^>AY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 29, 1914 PRICE $1.50 THE YEAR. . w SITUATION IN EUROPE RE MAINS ABOUT THE SAME GERMANS DEWY LATE REPORTS But It Seems Thet the Austrians -1 . Are Receiving a Very Serious THE NEW MEMBERS Defeat ; From Russians -=-; . % President Says That Meeting Here Furious fighting xontlnu?s in Norr ' Ne*i Monday,1 Oct-fyWM Be them France Where the .allied French One of Great Importance and British armies are\ at grips with '. the German torces In what'is eborac- . terlzed as . the crucial'action of the 1316 flrBt meeting ?of the Andersen battle of tho Aisne. Beyond admitting c?unty School Trustees' Association theso facts tho official statements are to be heW ,n the Fall Session will vague. Few details of the struggle take Ptace In, .anderson naxt Monday, which may be tho turning point ot, at vvhich time matters of great loa the western campaign have been gtv- Por...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 29 September 1914

* 4 * % ***************** * ELECTRIC CITY SPARKLETS * # Items of Interest and Personal Mention Caught Over the * Wireless on the Streets of Anderson # ********************** (From Saturday Dally.j Fhllatliea Sale |] I -- ThlH Afternoon Organise Poultry j . The ludiea of the Senior Pbllatheo Show] pi*" Today , class of tho First Presbyterian church The. Anderson county poultry asso- will 'bold it usual cake sale this uf clatlori J VIII be formally organized ternoou from 2 o'clock; through the ro here tpjiay when a" meeting of all the mninder of the afternoon. Tho suie chicken, fanciers ipj-4 jule THOU will be will be held in the vacant, room on the held ito- \hf> rooms "of the Anderson public square, formerly occupied by chamUeVt of cominero*?/' the meeting the Oitlzons National Bunk. In ad will be called to .order promptly at dillon to fancy eak"s, candy will be of 10:30 b'olock with1!* Newt Campbell fcred for salo. A large number of presiding and f<VAUSl organisation ploccB o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 29 September 1914

CHICHESTER S PIUS ^M"_?~. TIIK DIAMOND HUAND. A. ?Dtf&?tt ?-b?-*l?^ler? Diamond Urand/VVk \V JO -.oiknov>riBsI>rt.Saf?t.AWiyJlUl!il'I? W ?BYDWHHUSTSm^ CONOENSEU PASSENGER SCH Kl?. li I-Il S PIEDMONT AMI NGUTU ? ERN RAILWAY COMPANY, Eflectivo August 10, IUI!. Anderson, S. C. ? Arrivals Departures No. 31 7.45 a. m.No. 30 ?.20 a.-m No.' 33 9.40 a. m.No 32 8.20 "a. nj No x35 11.35 a. m.No. 34'.10.25 A m. No. 37 1.35 p. m.No. 36 ll BO a. m. No. 39 3 30. p. m.No. ?8 2.10 p. m. No. 41 4.45 p. ni.No! 40 3.30 p. m. No 43 5.55 p. mNo.x42 4.45 p. m No. 45/ 7.15 p. m.No, 44 6 45 p.; nv; No. 41 tl-16 p. ih.No. 46 10.00 J>..Jlh/ (x--Limited tra?a) - ?." . C. V. PALMER, ; .V General Passen gor Agent, g CHARLESTON & WESTERN LINA RAILWAY .... /..v-T..'. .'.-.S'. ... To and from the CARO NORTH-SOUTH-EAST-WEST Leaves: No. 6.....'.,.....7.30 a. m. No. 22.. . ..2.5? p. m. Arrives: .11.35 a. m. . 3.10 p. ni. Hon, schedules, rates,-- etc., given. JJ WILL?AMO.G. P. A. Augusta, Ga T. B. Cur...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 29 September 1914

THE ANDERSON INTELLIGENCER ffoua?td Attfoit 1, 1800. '' IM North Main Stret AADKBSUN, ?. C. WILLIAM BANKS. Editor W. W. 8MOAK_Busioesa Manager -if ---- J . Entered aa second-class matter Ap iti 28, 1914, at tho post office at An derson, South Carolina, under the Act of March j9, 1879. . Weekly edition-fl.60 per Tear? Dally edition-$5.00 per annum; USO for 81z Months; S1.Z& tor Three I Heaths. ! IN ADVANCE. A larger circulation than any other j newspaper in thia Congressional Dis trict. ffELKHIONKSt Suiiorial.827 Ovalness Office. .'821 Joh Printing JP/, i ... .698-L Local News . :>l\i !.827 Society NCVH i. .821 The IulohK'.Ticer is delivered by carrlerH in . ie rlty. If you fall to get your paper regularly pleaae notify ?Opposite ymir nome on label your paper Is prnted darn to which vour paper ls paid. Ali checks and Crafts should be drawn io Tbs Ander son TntslIIirenoar ?1 The Weather. Washington, Sept, 28.-Forecast: South Carolina-Increasing cloudiness | followed hy showers ...

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. — 29 September 1914

. September 23, 1914 Clemson College urges the farmers in all parts pf South Carolin? to put a considerable part of their ?and in Oats this Fall. Mr. W. L. Hutchinson, professor of Argronomy of Clemson College, states that the climate and soils of this State are well suited to oats. They are adapted to a wide range of soils and good yields may be had on lands vary ing from sandy to heavy clay loams. The crop may be harvested for grajn and cut for hay and sown in. the Fall b ready for harvest the latter part of the following May ? or the first of .JjjntV.. ,-: iOii'j ' v ! . Oats may follow cow peas, corn and cottony?? 1hat\ practically all the farm*is'.?v?M?bf?-for an bat trop, if.1 desirer! and there will still be time left neMyeaf1 formal!\ SunKn.r crops.. Buy your.*.. vfy?;' . v.. '.. . ; : COLE;?GRAIN DRILL ? Now and';plant a .lib?r?t Ripply ofi??ts. The: earlier planting, the better chance, for making a maximum pror duction. COLE DRILLS in several styes. S?LLIVAN HARDWARE COMPA...

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. — 29 September 1914

An Unusual Opportunity The special uepartments of Anderson College can enroll a few more pupils, and the College invites the ladies of Anderson and vicinity to take advantage of this op fipjprtunity. Piano ROF. and MRS GOODE Voice MISS STRANATHAN Violin MISS SMITH Art MISS RAMSEUR Domestic Science MISS MURRAY Expression MISS WAKEFIELD ./; j Whether yon contemplate taking up the study of fay oif these studies or not, we will be glad to have you &sit the College and see the work that is being done. Anderson College DR. JAS. P. KIN ARD, President. (j ! WHE?fN WE FILL ^ fi YOUR ? h g PRESCRIPTION i ? Your health is not trifled with-an ex- fi g? perienced, Licensed Pharmacist is at $ H your service here. The doctors recom- fl g mend him . JJ A We Hil prescriptions with strict ad- ? || herence to orders. v M ?V Another point-the Quality of the 8g fl Drugs used is THE VERY BEST. fi Bring them to us and you will feel .12 ^ 'I u.',: ? ' 'Y ? .".ri; il'lli w ' jlifet^iLY BRF.I) HElfKSlit?...

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. — 29 September 1914

.vi* ?>*i ?? PLANNING NOW FOR BIG EX? HIBIT LIST QF THE PRIZES ' y ? .-?A ?) . Chicken Fonci?re Met in Andersort . Yesterday? Organized and Elected All Officers (From Su lay Dillly.) The Anderson ounty Poultry Afi so?atloq was formally organized in tba. rooms of the Anderson 'chamber cf .. commerce . yesterday ' : morning. Num. I biara of fanciers from all parts or thc. county were in attendance' and ?r ls . -. now a certainty that a' big show will be held here. ' . Porter A. YThaley, secretary of the ? Anderson chamber of commerce, cal?l -. ed the meeting to order and J- D. . Jolly was elected president. Mr. , ' Jolly took ' the chair and tho associa lion ihun elected A. N. Campbell, as vice president and. Dr. H. H. Har ris aa secretary . and treasurer,; fol lowing which plans for. the holding of the show were 'taken up and wari? - j ed out- in detail. It waa determined vt that the association should be gbv I ?., er?ed. by an executive committee and [ " .L'. O. Robinson and D. A...

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. — 29 September 1914

CLEMSON'S OPPORTUNITY It i? very seldom that I write di- the actual operating expenses of the rectly for the papera In regard to present tir-cal year ending June 3Q. Clemson college. Full report* an; 1913.) Kew of ua are optimistic made to the legislature hy the '.r.s- nough to think that we can end the tees, and only from these "omplfct? rc- year without a deficit, unless we porta can an adequate conception be drop Home of the work now required formed of tho worh, plans, hopes and (jr ,h(, ieK|8iRturo mukes an appro , finances of ibo college. prlation to carry on some of the pub However, in tim prepont agricultor- ?lc worK wh|C|, the college is now re a?. ^Jj?j?r* Colina, 1 believe ^ tQ df> To Qdd ," Qne d5rectlon that crur*rarmer8 should bo made io jj - ; , ... ... wou ld be to reduce n anothor, and know in everv poaslh e way that their agrlcyttu/a> college hopes io,, live-up hedged in aa we are ny State laws fully^afT'o'ppohunitleB und rcspoh- which direct a considerable pa...

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. — 2 October 1914

\ TUESDAY AND FRIDAY VTceklj, Established I860) Daily, JBJS.13, 191?. ANDERSON, S. Cg FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 2,1914. PRICE S?.So THE YEAR, THREE WEEKS FIGHTING AND NO VICTORY AI i ICQ ?nkw?? flPFlM AND whlch aro b0,ng U3cd to drlvo th0 ALLIES CLAWS OPEN AND German8 out of the!r BtronB,y fort| CLUTCH AT WINGS OF fled positions. GERMAN ARMY Both Hides appear confident. The Germans bringing up reinforcements / . , to meet the attempts to outflank INO! AN TROOPS them in what appears to be almost lm U A XT'KT ADDIVCn pregnable positions and are fighting HAVE? AKKIV11.L? sternly. Tho allies, on tho other -- ' hapd, place their hopes lu the arrival Reinforcements Coming From of reinforcements on their left and _ ? j ? j ' ine possibility of finding a weak spot India and England Render ,n th? Gcrman front. Valuable Aid. Arrival of Indian Troops. ' The Indian troops should nov/ bo ' with the British army, thej>Qlclal bu London, Oct. 1.-The battle of the roau having today permitted the pu...

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. — 2 October 1914

GERMAN RIGHT WING BROKEN SAYS UNOFFICIAL DISPATCH IfHlS WOULD BE A FATAL BLOW TO THE INVADERS OF FRANCE GEN. FRENCH EXPLAINS j M . ... WHY THE WAR IS DRAGGING ERECT MONUMENT TO MEM _ ? ORY OF BONHAM Ht is Because the Flanking or Turning Movements ^ TEXAS~ ALAMO Must Be Accomplished in a Deliberate Man- _ rter-Summary of the War NeWS Wi? Perpetuate Bravery of Offic _ er Who Was Forefather of Gen. While the French and British official statements iiiuicate salis-. Ml L. Bonham of Andersen faction with the situation atong the. battle front in France and con- _ fidence in the outcome, an unoflicial report from Paris declares the "" "",,""" . ... _ ; . . . ? .' , , ,, ?<. ?y reason ot tn? fact that the Bon-1 German right has been broken and is being pursued by the allies. barn referred td in tho article waa the - . This report also declares the Germans have been surrounded in father bf General M. L. Bonham, of |Ke Somme department and that Peronne had been recaptured. Anderson, people ...

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. — 2 October 1914

GREAT EXHIBIT PLEASED COUNTY BimniBBKn er f?r Tno Intelligencer, that while SURPASSED the day was a Btral on Ida b nd because of the great amount of music called for by tho program, yoi; he -I was proud of the matine/ in which the boys acted and that all were well A GRAND SUCCESS Pleased :wlth the way in which they ware entertained, they being tho es-< pecial guests of thc Anderson cham ber of commerce at dinner. The. Intelligencer elsewhere today glvo? a list of tho prise winners in tlio various departments. There was a total of something over 400 ani i mais entered in the var iou. classes, from, which may be gathered some idea of the 6lze of tho celebration, perhaps tho largest of ita kind eyer hold in the entire Piedmont section. STOCK SHOW AbL EXPECTATIONS People Flocked %o Anderson Yes terday To See Exhibits of Cat tle and Stock and To Wit ness Fine Racing (Prom- Thursday's Daily.) Far surpassing the fondest hopes of even' ita most enthusiastic support er, and cumlnatfog ln ...

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. — 2 October 1914

M ANDERSON INTELLIGENCER FOUNDED AUGUST 1, 18(10. 126 North Main Street ANDEHMON, S. C. W. W ii M OAK, Editor and HUH. Mgr D. WATSON MOM.City Editor. PHELPS SASSKEN, Advertising Mgr T. B. GODFREY.Circulation Mgr. E. ADAMS, Telegraph Editor and Foreman. Entered according to Act of Con gress as Second Claus Mail Matter at the Poutofllco at Anderson, S. C SUBSCRIPTION HATES Semi. Weekly One Year .$1.50 ?lx Months .70 Dolly Ono Yenr .$5.00 Six Mc tin .'.2.50 Three Muntiis .... 1-2G TELEPHONES Editorial and Duslncss Otflco.3211 Job Printing .693-L Thc Intelligencer ls delivered by! carriers in tho city. If you fall to get your paper regularly please notify | us. Opposite your nnme on the label of your paper ls printed date to which our paper h puid. Al1 checks and drafts should be drawn to The Anderson Intelligencer. The Weather. Forecast for South Carolina-Gen erally fair Friday and Saturday If 4. THOUGHTS ON YOUTH. Youth ls to all the glad season ll of life, but often only by what it h...

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. — 2 October 1914

THIS COUPON GOOD F?R ONE DOLLAR If presented before October 16th ire will ac cept til I H coupon af part payment on any Halt of clothes purchased of UH at its face value, $1.0?. Only one coupon accepted on each suit hold, AMERICAN TAILORS. Our made-tp-or der garments have no superior anywhere, and few equals-the first, garment ?we make for you will be procjr enough, to convince you. $?5.00 UP American Tailors ON THE SQUARE. Our $2.00 Hats Are Wonders-See Them Jo .riirtf . ;iy.i\ fil? ?h'i ll '."?U ir-i 0 :.H.,.. i\r,? a New Stove or Range When it comes to STOVES and RANGES we are, as usual, right here with the big gest stock, the greatest variety and the lat est fatisfactor>LirrJ4)roA:ernenlv_,_??J IGET READY FOR JACK FROST .Don't wait until real cold weather whin our stove men are so busy that we gan^S^ nowland rbe^reardy-ior winter] Our Heaters are ,rrf$^ pocket-'books;-" -?jH^'^i?i C?Ar?/?i/ ?c r\iirr mnfl? l<ir?fl coi-?efJaa.. customers-?unideal.-s > .>> ; ?^/f. S...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
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