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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 14 March 1914

g ? e f %< >^>?H??y^ ?? I shrewd Business Deal Though Questionable, It Bespoke the Gen* tlsmari By ff. A. M1TCHEL y::zit: j Baron Gustnvus Carl von Tltvumer stein? said to be'the lituWHon'.est.niau iu bei lin. went to Nice TO got l id or tliu winter and while there coucluded to run :>veY to Monte Curio. Ile Bpeut ten duys over the gambling tables, nt the end of wjih.'h time, one eveiijag about 1U o'clock, be bad gambled awuj* the lust pfennig of Ins fortune. The baron bud excellent ?elf control, und] when he arose from the table not a person j there suspected thai he^ was ruined, lie sauntered , out into the brilliantly lighted gardens, where be did what an American would call u job of thlnUing. The fact was evident that be must come down from his exalted position as nu Intimate associate of the em peror, u lender of fashion, a pet Of the Indies ami a general high tiler. This is what .stared hlui iu the face. But for the present he was to the world the same handsome, ric...

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. — 14 March 1914

'The Cricket On The Hearth." This Special Two Reel Drama, Produced by the American Co., is a Visualization of Dickens' Immortal Tale, Featuring Sydney Ayers, Vivian Rich and Jack Richardson BLOOD RED TAPE OJ71 CHARITY Another Two Part Drama by the Powers Co., Featuring Edwin August. Today, Sat. March 14thJHP"- '?^NB l*^?3r^^ l?r^TS^C 4 Big Reels 10c ELECTRIC THEATRE * Bid Reels 10c MUTUAL MOVIES MAKE TIME FLY Bs^ssssssssssssMWs^^ Yo?n~ Man, of your With style such a factor in the estimation of the young women you meet soclarty, at home arid in busirtessY you miist ?lso ' give attert?wn t? style injyour own clothes, for if you are not up-to-date in this respect the* fact will be no ticed and cause comment. Here is a store which you'll find to be making special ef forts to provide you with dis tinctive styles, and prepared to show you a large and varied assortment of effects exclus ively appropriate for wear by you of the younger gener ation. These are the not?e} p?nja min Washington ...

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. — 15 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. CITIES ON SEA OF AZOV SUFFER A HEAVY MORTALITY OTHERS BY FLOOD ! ; - (j Catastrophe Followed a Terrifir i Hurricane On Coast of !i Southern Russia (By AsBoclsted Press) nkatcrinodar, Russia, March j 14.?More than one thousand i persons perished today in the in- ' undations of the towns of Stan-'] it/.a and Achtyrskaja by a tidal , wave from the sea of Azov. The < wave struck the town during a ! violent hurricane which swept ov- ' er the town of Kuban. \] More than one hundred and , fifty person also were drowned < in floods in Yaznkaja. ' \ A A:\vn collapsed in the town of Temn ik on the Tnm?in Penin sular 98 miles northwest of this city, flooding the greater part of ans drowTiirig nisuiy per sons. Temryuk is a historic town with a population of 16.000 people. It once wns the seat of the Turkish fortress_ Adasfl. V , ?. The to...

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. — 15 March 1914

..p 'i^-iJ m.r.: w^ The "CAMRBELL KIDS" Are Progressive And - to - Date. :: AND BELIEVE IN- HAVING ALL THE COMMFORTS AND CONVENIENCES FOR THEIR HQME :: ; You Will Do Well To Fallow Their Example. ': :: See Our Sh o w Wind o w. I . , Southern Public Utilities Co. T^nftrm^ . ; 7",.,.?,, , j^TT^ViT.?; : ? ?:? -? .v _ i ? ! iL* IMPORTANT 1 ?^OTIC?S i t.. M1?TER?The ladles to know that havo the beat curling fluid that y Car), be bought. On sale at Martin's 3rug Store or Oorvin Barber SHop. 'rice J1.0? per bottle. D. C. Oarvin| rtf. .'; j^T??i-^Type writer purchasers. have, over 200 new rebuilt and second hand typewriters for quick >. kale, cheap. . . Ali makes. Price an?fct o?r request. J. E, Crayton ft.] Co., Charlotte, N. a m8-tf : Boys between the ages of 12 18, to act as agents for the An- ; demon Dally Intelligencer in every j !??n in South : Carolina. A good | proposition wiii err; reu HUSTLING BOYS. Your friends | tr??? K'.aii? -!n>?Ar<hfi to this paper] ?t 10c per week D...

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. — 15 March 1914

PJ^QJ? DEV01V) TO THE UPBUHJDiNfc OF BlXTON AND V I NEANTS AND ADVERTISING. AND AS A MEDIUM FOR COMMUNICATING 2} il 1: ************ * iNti^StlNG '??E % AND NOTES FS * _ * CLAUDE A. GRAA *..* ********** ^ , r,if?i.f Mr. and Mrs. M. It Briggs, of Sene-| najarere a moo g ' those who spent yes terday iu town. While here they were KUfJst? or Mr.., and Me. Claude A. Craves. . ajfjifltft ,. Mrs. 'A.'s.'Vstnt tft Belton went to Spartnnburg^yestcrday where she will visit relatives A l/'-? Max Itiec in spending today in Greenville with frle ds Miss Mattie Vandiver is spending the week-end with' friends in Audcr I .eon Hiee or Anderson attended the.' funeruT of Mm. Mary Campbell yes tcrdny. U. V. Wright of Martin; was among" thdse in Belton yesterday on business. ?? Judge Cox or Anderson, attended the fuhcrsj :of Mrs. Campbell yestrcday. , - ijoKl? CAK8 IN BELTON Font" ?eitler in Anderson Passed Thru Here .Yesterday with r.fteea Cars ' Archie L. Todd. the popular Ford dealer;; or Anderson. ' p...

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. — 15 March 1914

THE ANDERSON INTELLIGENCER founded ,m m North Mats Stras* ANDERSON, 8. 0. WILLIAM BANKS, - Bditor W. Vi. HMO AK, - Business Manager ?.Entered According to Act of Con gress as Second Class Mall Matter at tee Postofilce at Anderson, 8. C Published Every Morslag lxeepi Monday Seal. Weekly Edition oa Tae??aj aat Friday Mornings Dally Edit Ion-$5.00 per aasumi ?MO tor Six Months* $tJtt? for Three Months. Sent Weekly Edition <? %\M per Annum I 76 cents for Six Months | Ml cents for Four Montis. , IN ADVANCM -? Member of the Associated Press aad Receiving Complete Bally Telegraphic Service. A larger Clrculatloa Than Any Oth er Newspaper la This Ceagresileaal District The Intelligencer Ja delivered by carriers la the city. If yea fall to get your paper regularly please notify a. Opposite your name o* label e? your paper is printed dato to-which year paper is paid. All caecsa and drafts should be drawn to The An derson Intelligencer. t-r- The Weather Wadhington. Maroh 14 Forecast: South 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. — 15 March 1914

To The Point Tb? following U a let ter which every husband parent and prospective son-in-law should read: "I have always made it "clear to my da&&rvters,'' said a business man re * cently, "that no young man will, ever get my consent to marry on of them unless he possesses these three essentials: Good health, a fair earn ing capacity and1 a life , insurance j policy (pre ferable an income \pott-* cy) ; and the last is really the most j important for these reasons; "It will pe a f>roof of good health; not only) his own Dut his family's; because if eith?f Were , bad he couldn't get a policy. > "It would demrflT?^ate h i s determination %|o provide foji mtf^aught?r as lon^ as *hj?rew^1?nd not only Wjhili? he lived. "It would!show^?^?rtfel i recognized jthai there,are exigencies jin -?ett$&*3SfJ' 1 well as in lwjSf^^: "It would prove that he realized the full; respon sibility of a husband and had good judgment to anticipate the future. "In a word, it would - stamp him ...

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. — 15 March 1914

fei I I t .'3 HAVE. te MORE BUSINESS BETTER jf?H? SS I I*. B U S I NE S Is the Business Aim : h > Mati. tap 4 ^1 JU 1^ ?*# Amount of Business y?u ' 1 > ?jf-..]i ><f>. : ' '<? >!! ?*.; . t/mm i n? i mi l 1*111 il im il. Financial Kite New York Cotton y - . (By Associated Press) .Nerv York. March Tl.?The cotton] ! market -showed continued firmness I Mm todays trading. There was naturally 'mote lor less realising for ovor the week end. hut efter some eirriyirtegultsrfties, prices tightened dp. sad the cloke' was very steady at. a uet advance of 1 to 10 points. 3pot J cot<(?? ?fre*4y : ' ntiddlin ?ip lands, 13.25; gulf IS.50. No sales. Cotton futures closed very steady. Liverpool Cotton .^h^roooi/^rch 14.?Cotton spot steady Good middling 7.44 ; middling .f*4;' low middling '?.62; sales 7.0oo' I hales. . Speculation and export 500 ; ; receipts. 23,000. Futures quiet. New Orleans Cotton , . _? i*iew Orleans, March 14.?The cot Hfjj (market was governed to a great ox...

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. — 15 March 1914

Yjeu are cordially invited to attend our i You'll find our store 1 "' ... >._' from one erw >o' nie other, "a thing o? heautv." COME. hy Y?U Sh?? id Pau Oazc Us _1 and let us prove it to you. That vital question of J "WHAT CAN I SAVE?" is fully answered by the prices on our line of mm Dor^'t put it off'! Call in to see us at an ear:y date. You'll not regret it, as you will find th?t we are headquarters for many nice things besides Grocer ies. E. Whitner Street. R?.PLY TO I?R. BCRT*. Time lia* t'orii? for Negroe* te Teees] Their ?wn 8e*e*K Editor The-IntelUgeneerT . In Wed-I nesi?y morning's issue of your goodI Paper, therfe appeared a Columbia dat?] Une article giving in part a sermon de livered by F*v. C. E. .Berts, D.?D., pas tor of the Columbia. First Baptist church. As Mr. Burts is a former An derson county man, the article attract ed considerable local interest. Mr/ Burts, in bio sermon, referred to the bill introduced in the legislature by Representative Fortner. and vig...

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 March 1914

... COMMENCING MONDAY ... The Palmetto Thratre will give one continuous performance every day, not closing for the usual supper hour. We have for Monday FOUR Good Ones, titles of which ap pear on the Program. Read it, as Monday is Comedy day at the ^ _ 4 Big Reels 10c- %fWL PAT MFTTO 4 Big Keel&^Oc THE MAN THAT PUT THE MOVE IN MOVIES." OXFORDS FOR ALL A showing riioBt complete In every way. Ladies, Men und Children will (Ind them here to milt their taste and pocket book . Hvory day we gain new satlslled cus tomers all of which goes to prove we are giving the people what they want in footwear. Every pulr Is fitted the correct way by Kline men of experience. Ixing wear Is manured If the shoe If m ted properly ! rim e * nnnnrnp nnnn SHOE COMPANY ' VJUUWl XVIOOWAUV ICUIPIC SHOES THAT SATISFY Korrett to Hnpnort Government, jment, have not-given "their assent to - i the project, although they have prom Mexico City, March 14.?Bankers'i*od to give the exeeutivo an early en -who yesterda...

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 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. J. B. DUKE HAS mm lia ii'iii MR. DUKE OUTLINES PLAN, AND CAROLINA MANUFAC TURERS ENDORSE IT BENEFIT OF ALL SAYS REPORT Meeting Celled for Greenville Tuesday and Conference for Charlotte Wednesday Charlotte, March 16.?J. B. Duke of New York, was the guest Tuesday night of a nmber of representative cotton- manufacturera at the Southern Manufacturers Club at a dinner given by Stuart \V. Cramer, president of the American cotton manufacturers as sociation. Mr. Duke had been invit ed to explain, in detail, his proposed plan for warehousing cotton and for a conference to work out the details BrloPy, tho Duko plan proposes a co operative organization owning a chain of warehouses available alike for the use of farmers, merchants and manu facturers; the receipt, weighing, samp ling, grading and storage of bales of cotton; the issuance of ware...

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 March 1914

M Conkey^tf Sta.rtin?roc4> for Baby ChicHve^^ Is a readv prepared food that supplies. the rfeht cfcri-.cnts f? proper nourfth-1 rncnt-ana-vi2ir. I:a uec Makes Chicks Sturdy Prepare- ard strc.~"lbcnr. thcrn lot reg. Ular ration. Savcitrouble hnd worry Lessens Leg Weakness Guaranteed to ratisly or money back. 25 lbs. $1.65. 50 lbs. S3. UK) lbs. 55.75. Small sizes 10c, 25c. 50c and Si. Conkey's Liice Pov'der Dusted on iUiinR hens nduV-crn c? lice sod keeps cnickslree from these diiease breeding pests. IC. ,25c. 50c, and $1 pk??. EVANS PHARMACY Three Stores warn With a Lester Player Pi ano in Your; Home? a child* can produce all the | results of an experienced Musician. . Come in at your earliest con-'eni-i ence and let us show yo WHY; you should, Duy a ??4?? aujsjc house ?fiteckley Building ... >-S* -Cm ii It's Jam Like This Whoa you need glasses you natur ally want the beat and at a living prloe. Right here Is where you get both, as well as the services of a graduato Optometrist...

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 March 1914

Hm**: UM JUWJiJllHill il.iIiii? T ,T T T "f "#? ? *, * AND NOTESfl * 41 CLAUDE * . ***# * ? * ** * H ':**i ^""v ' ' " Ut**"-. Mr.-A. M. Mcfle* of Anderson ?p&t Sunday In Helton.. Mr. McOea lived In Helton -several years ago and made many, warm mends here who^arjpi nt wayttfjad to seVhlra back hom?. Mrs. .1. K. Harder spent the w?ekr' end with. relatives in, Oreenvllle.; Dir. 'llarpor went up Sunday and returned with' her In the afternoon. ? Mr, Max Rice was n viBltor'.to the .oity of Greenville Sttndsy. M The Hoard of Equalisation le' in ses sion in Helton now. trying, to get taxes j <4 ?- J '-Vi.. A Little W?ttgp A . 4-. in g$ft buying at this store. Per haps that thought hat! not occur red to you; tor ^^y^g^ ft ' aive.*' r**\wm*\ Tea Ait*) Sao "*-/<iraaev> ?>**. 4S"ftHRf ; ^""?ffij IIa '., - 1 * %?/?.< ? .. H B r o tt h ? r * Jewelers B?LT?N.S.C, >...; . * * * * * IOM BUSY BELTON * * * * * * * * * * ? * ?. . - - . . * .straightened out for another year. ; Mr....

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 March 1914

THE ANDERSON fNTELLI6ENSER FfmB?td ihm mV?r+y-. -(** lt? * ?rts Mata Htm) ANPFRSO*, H. C. \1i_FJtM bau im *dltor W. H M OAS. B.tlae?? flaaager Entered According to Aet of Coa gre? M Jieeond Class Mall Matter at t?te J .^tofflce at Aadersos. 8. G. MwMtibea ETery Morning Bxeept Monday Semi-tteekJ) Edition oa Taesdsy aad Friday Mornings Dali/ Edition?UM per sa i usa? 9SM for Six Months i ?l_6 tor Three Montas. s*ml-Weekly EdJtloa ? ILM per A n ?am I 75 cents for Six Koatksf M rent., for Four Months. 1? Al? V A NCR ?einher of the Associated Frees aid bx-elvlng Complete Dally Telegraphic berries, A larger i lrcolatloa Thaa Any Oth rr ? flypaper fa Tali CeagressleBal District, liiv Intelligencer is dollrered by carriers In the city. If yon*fall to get your paper regularly please notify <**"TKw!lK?pLJsi te y oar name oa label ef your paper la printed date to which your paper is paid. Ail assess and drafts should be drawa to The An derses Intelligenoer. v - The Weather Washington, March ...

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 March 1914

B?ilds.JJf G* h> t(?ar Jodor tnL S?ant hU appr?tai. Thtn follow L? aJok*. Tmk? no meJicht? the dodmn u<U uU fcSJr*T??: Aycr*? SaraparBla is ? tonic It does not stimulate, ft does not make yon fed better one day, then as bad as ever, or even worse, be next day. There la not a drop of alcohol in kL Yen have the steady, even tain that comes from a strong tonic Sold few sixty years. T A \: It cost* as tnt an acre of c6fj dupes 300 1 that produ It lias been de ?ays to'use c t ri. S ft to cult Alfs-: ERT?LIZER II % ?ACTS No. 11 t as o?e . . 1 -::?Mged You* Crops and They Will Feed You Kffi ;; * 1 ated, beyon&>Hiej;had?w of a doubt tbat it ial fertilizer $berally on farm crops. Information gathered by the United States Department of Agri culture, from 1495 cotton planters, shows that the farmers who Spent less "th^n $1.00 per acre for fertilizer, made a profit of $4.63 per acre^3Rhose who spent $4.00 per acre made an aver age profit of $/.96, and those who spent $6.00 per We m...

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 March 1914

! * '.'.V I '? Bffi I 4L S iitf.1. HAVE p m m 1 . M' sas.'- fBE '??s;. "~ M- J|Business Aim of Every Business I Ig. ' ' < ' ?*? '.OfenV'-'-Cloae; ?l?rch ....... 126? 1269) ...r..-...wv. 120? w 1200 . llWfe t*S* r .-......... 114^- il* ember. 1155 11461 steady; good middling 748, middling] 708. ; low^tt^Mt?TO , St lea. l?J speenlation and e^l^ Receipt^ Futures quiet and? BteAdy, 3L l^^y^?o^^n?fton?^^ *Ae * ??ssion stood, at laft net' a?vabee. Later tbw dlsv ! !"Wt& e*g#chr*f?y ?a'lhe r?- j oV?tne??t - in weather ?on t?n belt; Th?;?ic*H to 2 points il ' flg?ree of jfrV,ii ; vmti I m. steady 1-8'utn MlddliBgi P^P^^^I^I^raj^^n fa?- \ ? it darkens so nul-1 th^npja>dy. l-tBSfeMMBB^ Is coro po? N-vr York, March l?.-^Ctfiisfo, seed today was dru Cor March demand i. shorts, which seemed to hold or position* steadily, despite the I 11 outside tcaijie, iHi.^ ta. ; o?sp firmer. .Tenders on contract tnted 4o about i.OQ? hatrele, and promptly stopped by refiners, log prices were onfe lo...

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 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. ?5 Wh/ You Show Id Patronze Us ?ovvti and let us prove it to you; That vital question of "WHAT CAN I SAVE?" is fully answered #by | the prices oncmr line of f Don't put it off! Call in to see us at an early qu'il not regret it, as you will find thatMwe are| headquarters for many nlceXthings besides Grocer ?es. A A 'IH w ...I DILAMATlc' L'ETT?K. New YorkV" htatob* Ifc^There were no firstnights? et Hie theatres this weoky but eutftclent novelty has been provided in the announcement that-the Hippodrome engagement of America *!n cio?o two .weep*- from tonight, when, the MetropO?tauW?ii nui Tare-rs? to the diving automobile, the armv of Indians, clowaa,-circus acts and glrhs. It mill mark the earlleut closing of the Hippodrome since the huge institutton was opened. Following "America" the Klppadromo will put on 'Pinafore' the scenery of ...

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 March 1914

THE place to buy 1 them is where they have them. And tIii:? is tlie store that lias the swell Oxfords. The < hie effects, .the new Id' an, ii. dull, patents, tans. The faultless liitiiiB shoe for Women. it fits the foot in every detail, design ed for women of artislc last?-, style, character and foot comfort combined. spring freshness abound in our sliow llig of now Oxfords. i Under Masonic Temple SHOES THAT SATISFY *^??m*mm*mmm?i A mt ^1 A A il?S SUMMER BLOOM ING BULBS CANNAS Per Dos. Dwurf Mixed. 60c Tall Mixed.60e. f t'ALADlUMS Elephants- Ears, each. ;-26c GLADIOLUS Extra Choice Mixed, per dux. S6c DAHLIAS 16c Each, per dos.. .$L50 1 WON FLORAL GO. n 638 MurNball Avenue. *i Phone 852L, A Members of Florists Telegraph J Delivery. Every Day 12:00 to 3:00 P. M. SPECIAL DINNER Send tu,your order. We'll tend it out to you Everything Clean and Neat. SUSY BEE CAFE B IJ?U ... THEATRE MONDAY'S PROGRAM / THE BRIDE OF MY8TERY- ., Gold Heal 8 n i i fealare with Grace Cnnurd and Francis Fo...

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 March 1914

^^^^ ^ _I ^ V $ VOUl.NO. 52. ffeeklj, Eetftbllahed 1640r Daily, Ja?. 18, 1*14. ANDERSON, 3. C WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH, 18, 1914. PRICE FIVE CENTS. $5.00 PER ANNUM. : . ' I i ?:??-? FAVOR CENTRAL WARE HOUSE SYSTEM IN THE SOUTH ALL CLASSES WOULD PROFIT I Farmers Would not Have to I Throw Their Cotton on the Four-Line Pyramid (Staff Correspondence.) Greenville, S. C. March 17, 1914.? The proposition of J. B. Duke for the organization of a great warehouse with capital and storage room suf llcient properly to handle the cotton crop of the south and keep it from be ing dumped on the market each fall almost as soon as It leaves the fields, was endorsed here Tuesday morning at a meeting of the South Carolina manufacturers, bankers, cotton mer chants and business men generally All who were present at the meet ing were convinced that with coope ration of Duke and the financial forces with which hs is allied, such a vou nnnv enru'ho nrtrau!??rl thit operation would be of inestimable ben efit ...

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 March 1914

?MP0JRTA1S7 I NOTICES :: for sale FOP Rule-100 JiUHlUM. t'opr's MeXl-j cap Big Bolf Jfflfcd <?fiiloVit us eaHy gis taul 'Ml vsrieltes . PI7RMAN SMITH, The Seedsman. WAl??tS D?The ladles to know that e the he .1 curling fluid that bought. On aale at Martin's Store or Garvln Barber Shop. $1.00 per bottle. 1). C. Garvln It?Typewriter purchasers.] hare over 200 new rebuilt and trad hand typo writers for quick j I, cheap. All makes. Price on request. J. B. Gray ton ft I Charlotte, N. C. m8-tf ted?Boys between the agea of 12 id 16, to act as scents for the An krson Daily intelligencer in every )wn in South Carolina. A good bnosltion will be offered to! JHTL1NQ B?Y8. Yqur friends 11 gladly subscribe to this paper] fi lm: per week Pally and Sunday. I mfe or call .Circulation Manager! Pho. Anderson Dally Intelligencer,! ar,^ ' :;, ? Real. Egg Machine?S. C. -'-orns; 8. C. White Leg .IS cents each.; Barred Ho?k tsurels |8 each: egg laid whiin t wait W. E. Rasor. 8Q1 S. Main .e?i; or ?fiiquo...

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