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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 20 October 1914

UNLESS THE 11X001) IS PURE you rou't expect to have a hcaitliy, energetic body pr a clear, cheerful mind. When tho blood, ?8 poisoned or impover ished, . indigestion, nervous dybpepsia, rheumatism, scrofula, and a host of oilier ills bring bad health and ?nhappi neasv Mrs. Joe Person's Remedy quick ly purifies the blood, aif?B it to resume tts work-of carrying lifo and energy, to every patt of tho Jxxly; tones up the system, and drives away disease and misery. Mrs. Joe Persoa'sRemedy isa vegetable compound scientifically pre I i.i re tl fi om purest ingredients; and has boen used successfully for forty years. Your dealer should haye it. If he hain't send hid name and $1 to the manufacturers for a largoi bottle. Remedy Hales Corporation; Charlotte, N. C. !4ra. Joe P?rson'n V/tvsh should be used ia con nection willi i|io Ro/ncity for lue euro of soros mut the veil? of infUrtmd ?nd ronuostod sur taces. - itlaMpoclftliyvaltn?Uoforwolnonand .should always bo mud fur ulccriulons. The Fair...

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. — 20 October 1914

PRESBYTERIANS HAVE WHEO SESSION ROCK HILL WILL GET NEXT MEETING A GOOD MEETING Interesting Discussions Marked Deliberation of Large Church Body from Beginning. Anderson Presbyterians, ns well as Presbyterians in all parts of tho State, have been much Interested in the 102nd. nealon or the Synod of South Carolina ,ln session all this week al Union. Synod has concluded ita delib erations and udjotirncd yesterday and today those who attended from thia city will return. The following from Union tells of the last day's proceed IngB of the body: "At thlH morning's session of the Presbyterian synod there was u lively discussion over tho vote of a special committee on education, which seekB to provide for the Presbyterian Col lege of South Carolina at Clinton In a more liberal manner than heretofore as that institution IH in need or such assistance at the present time. "It ls thought that synod will com plote all official buBlnoas either thia afternoon or early tonight, though on account of...

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. — 23 October 1914

?Yeenlj, Established 1SC0) Dally, Jault, 1914. ANDERSON, S. C, FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 23, 1914. rmy show: PRICE $1.50 THE YEAR, rvelous fighting spirit TIERCE ATTACKS RESULT IN NO DEFINITE DECISION ' :._ .?. This is Clearly ^Evident From Reports Issued at Various War Headquarters?Both French and ' British Pay Tribute to Valor of Belgians? Par ticularly 0ard Fighting in Region of Lille, But j Town is Still Held by Germans?Action Taken. For Relief of the Hundreds of Thousands ofj Belgians Threatened With Starvation in Theiri Own ?ouhtry. THE GERMANS ARE BELIEVED TO BE FIGHTING UNDER DISADVANTAGES . ? (By Associated Prosa) Both French and British pay trib ute to the Valor of the Belgians, who with the ATHes, are holdingiback the German advance along the : North sea coast Ipeessant fighting Jiaa been lh progress from the coast as far south as.< La Basso,, a' distance of about CO.' miles, but this, line Is di vided Into several fronts f>n which separate' engagement? are being foug...

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. — 23 October 1914

Do It Now! Make a small deposit each week in this Financial Stronghold, and by adding a little each week to your Bank Account you'll be sur prised at the rapidity with which you can accumulate a snug sum? "Big Oaks from little Acorns Grow." The same applies to our SAVINGS DEPARTMENT WHEN REVERSES COME Your worry will be reduced to a minimum if you are in a position to meet all obligations with a check on The Peoples Bank LEE G. HOLLEMAN, President D. O. BROWNE, Cashier E. P. VANDIVER, Vice- Pres. Bleckley Building, Anderson, S. C. U3S1AN EMPEROR FORBIDS SALE OF ALCOHOL IN RUSSIA BY GOVERNMENT PARIS, Oct. 20.?(7:15 p. m.)?Aquor in Russin. Ills innjesty ropllcd: Potrograd dispatch to the ltavaa "I thnnlt you; 1 long ngo decided Agency says the Russian press is en-to interdict for -all time in RubhIu thusiastlc over a declaration by thetho nalo of alcoholic drinks by the Russian emperor that the aale of al-government." cohol by the government is forever The Novoe Vremya of Petrograd fo...

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. — 23 October 1914

JOT TUESDAY AND FRIDAY nc IV? ft ly, EiUbltabcd I8C0; Daily, Jan. 13, 1914, ANDERSON, S. C,TUESDAY< MORNING, OCTOBER 20, 1814. PRICE $1.50 THE YEAR, ne Mari El? For "S tpert From West Describes Syst cusses Problem of Merketin A somcwitat definite end apparently ractlcal plan for grain elevators fo\ his State has been submitted to the State department of agriculture, com merce and industries by J. Coopei Strattan, representing the Qurrell En; gincering and Construction cum pan s f Chicago. Mr. Strattah'a plan J/ interesting mainly in the feature "ono man elevator," a plant to c between $^,000 and $4,0000. wMch bo operated and conducted, by man. Mr. Strattan declorcd that if AQ fanners are in earnest, about this At ter of diversifying crops he canPlP them to institute a system of ffta elevators, and without elevatd/ it would be useless to go into thrnsi? noes of producing more grain/than can bo consumed in the im/diato vicinity. The first step will b?*r the farmors to sign an agree...

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. — 23 October 1914

1ER] ft FOUNDED AUGUST I, 16& \ ' 1E3 North Main Street 1 I W. W. BM'O?K, Editor and Bt D. WAT?ON-BBLL.City PHELPS SAS?EEN, Advertisi T. B. QODFftf?T...,.Circul?t E. ADAMS,' Telegraph Edi Foreme a. , ^^^b* Eatcrwi /as second-class rlt 28, 1914, at the<poet denen, Booth Carolina? und? of March 8, 187?. SUBgCBtPTION Ra? ; S?m?. Weekly One' Yea^rr.-. .. ^tyVrdVi.... ; .f?.B'6' Six Months ...v.'....-..76 One Year .....i,,. .......Sa.OO Six Months * ai * w..aw.. 2,60 rThree Months ..?'., 1-2B Editorliil,,'ittfrd- Dusim?s>Offlco'. '.... .821 Job Printing .....C93-L f''The' infellKbiicor Is ' delivered by | carriers in the city. ' It you fall to get-your pa?er ronularly please notify '$?.' ' Opposite your name on the lobs! of your'paper is printed date to Whlcn QjsjSjJSper Is paid. Al> checks and drafts should ho drawn to The Ahdornon Intelligencer. I" If you are not t boss, wbosVfSUlt | WfiBL Got van tho bund wagon* Anderson J^nVt your town It yfiti are a quitter. %'ill joxi ...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 23 October 1914

Friday, October 23, 1?14. THE ANDERSON INTELLIGENCER mm^r^m page five* C L?S IN OUT of Cost or Value ! to I i." ' i lOti. ' As announced some weeks since we are closing out, regardless of cost or value, our entire stock. Our lines, somewhat broken, of course, still afford the careful shopper a great opportunity to SAVE in buy ing Dry G?ods, Shoes, Rugs, Art Squares, Trunks, Suit Cases, etc. Also, we would emphasize the fact that the r?ductions we make are genuine and that the values are true values honestly reduced. : ICOME TO SEE iJS FOR Underwear Notions] Rugs Table Linens ? I Blankets Dress Goods Art Squares Sheets Sweaters ' _ Silks Carpets Pillow Cases Rain .Coats Domestics Matting Tow als Shoes Curtain Goods Trunks Laces, etc. Embroideries Ladies- Cloaks Furs. etc. v Come and see the Goods and we are confident that we can do business, as we know that you will recognize the difference in DECLINED TO G? OR SEND DELEGATE Coiqndmkm Galled on Gen* Car ranian and Invited Him to At* ...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 23 October 1914

Cotton Bond Issue Bill Is Before Legislature Relief Measure Drafted by Joint Committee From House and Senate is Introduced in Both Branches?Provides for Twenty-five Million Dollar Plantation. Features of Bond Issue Bill Amount to be voted, $20,000,000 of 5 per cent, 5-year coupon bonds. The question to be submitted to the people at the general election, November 3. To bu approved by two-thirds of the votcB of tho <,uulified electors to become a law. Bonds shall then he Issued In denominations of $50, $100 and $1,000. Tho Stato will purchase cotton outright. Tho price to he paid Is 10 cents a pound for middling, the sinking fund commission to de termine the price for lower gradeB. One-tenth of purchase prlco is to bo retained to pay interest on bonds and expenses. Two-year loans may also be had on cotton held in security, upon tho presentation of receipts for cotton properly warehoused and in sured. Loans are mndo on basis of middling cotton at 9 cents a pound. One-tenth of the fa...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 23 October 1914

JOT TUESDAY AND FRIDAY nc IV? ft ly, EiUbltabcd I8C0; Daily, Jan. 13, 1914, ANDERSON, S. C,TUESDAY< MORNING, OCTOBER 20, 1814. PRICE $1.50 THE YEAR, Farm FroducU. Best collection of individual agricultural display grown by the exhibitor, 1-2 tori of High Grade fertilizer by Anderson Fertilizer Co., Belton Mercantile Co., Agents ?J. C. Pinson. Second best collection of indivi dual agricultural display grown by exhibitor, 1 No. 1 Cole cotton planter,, by S?llivan Hardware Co. ?J. G. Harris. Third best collection of indivi dual agricultural display, grown -by exhibitor, pr. Beacon shoes, by Belton Merc. Co.?M. A. McGee. Best 25 ears of prolific corn-i H. Kelley. Best ears of white corn, pr. pants by C. M. Tollison?W. C. Burns. Best 25 ears of yellow corn?J. J. Armstrong. -, Best half bushel of oats, 1 bolt cloth, Belton Cotton Mills?O.F. Cannon. Best half bushel of wheat 1 round trip R. R/ ticket to State fair.?J. G. Fogg. Best half bushel of barley?b. ?. Jones. Best half bushel of ...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 23 October 1914

page eight - vyr rjfmW^^K^' THE ANDERSON INTELLIGENCER l^fTKfvm I ;r ; ' w**. 9**r23.?m. The Very Last Word In Style is the Last Shipment of Ready to-Wear Millinery, Dress Goods, Un derwear, Etc. : : : READY-TO-WEAR Our New York representative has just shipped us a splendid assortment of Coats for Ladies, Misses and Children that would be hard to beat in style, general appearance, and actual service; the Suits in l s same shipment embrace representatives of every tiew style, on which dame fashion has stamped her approval this season: the Dresses and Skirts will have to be seen to oe app. cciated, for lack of space precludes an adequate description of their beauty and charm, MILLINERY In addition to the already large and comprehen sive showing of authentic styles, in. Fall hats for milady* we have this week received another ship ment of Black Velvet hats, both trimmed and un trimmed which are very much in demand now. - , DRESS GOODS This season we have added a very complete line of D...

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. — 27 October 1914

TUESDAY ?ND FRIDAY ^ Weekly, EstobUfiied lew; DaDr, Iu.lt, MIL ANDERSON, S. G, TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 27, 1914. PRICE 11.50 THE YEAR, MOST PICTURESQUE BATTLE EVER FOUGHT SENDS MANY THOUSANDS Will Aid R?ghfc Wing in Trying to Force Its Way] . Through Most Important Territory in North ern Belgium-Immense Armies Continue to Hammer Each Other in Both East and West. THE TROOPS OF FIVE NATIONS ABE FIGHTING Situation Along North Sea Coast Appears to Have Changed Bot Lif-j tie in Last Fe-v Days-Both Sides Claim Success in a Battle In Which There Were so Many Victims That the Germans ' Asked for a Truce to Bary, Their Dead. < (By Associated Press:) armies of the belligerent powers eon Tho situation atong tho North Sea "nnb to hammer at each otker. cease coast and for many miles to the Sou^ lossly on lines extending from the appears lo have'-changed little in tho North sea to tho Swiss frontier ,m last few* daye:^ Vjbntinuiitlon. of tho the west and from the Baltic sea to great battle" t...

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. — 27 October 1914

Do It 1SIow! Make a small deposit each week in this Financial Stronghold, and hy adding a little each week to your Bank Account you'll be sur prised at the rapidity with which you can accumulate a snug sum "Big Oaks from little Acorns Grow.'1 The same applies to our SAVINGS DEPARTMENT WHEN REVERSES COME Your worry will be reduced to a minimum if you are in a position to meet all obligations with a check on The Peoples Bank LEE G. HOLLEMAN, President D. O. BROWNE, Cashier ?. P. VANDIVER, Vice-Pres. Bleckley Building, Anderson, S. C. (Letter From Reserve Officer To His Mother IS INSTRUCTIVE AND THROWS AN ILLUMINATING LIGHT ON SUBSISTENCE CONDITIONS IN GERMAN FORCES NOW IN FRANCE. (Correspondence of Associated Press.) senses, further mea-1.res of thnt sort ROTTERDAM, Oct 23.-Tho follow- have been prohibited. lng letter of a reserve officer.to his "In tho village of-I saw an old! mother, published in the Colo'gno Ga- man ult in u house wltich had been do tetter, on September 16, thrown ...

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. — 27 October 1914

Tuesday, October 27, 1914 a THE A?^DpRSON lNT#??-L?Gju^CEft PAGE THREE T\ A JT^ TJ1 PpBlished Every Tuesday io The Daily and Semi-Weekly Intelligencer and JL / JL^JJC? devoted to the cause of ?ducation in Anderson County and everywhere? ANDERS?h The reports in the superintendent's office show the following comparative enrollment for thc first month of this session, beginning in September, 191 :$, (ind that begiuning in Septem ber, 1914: _White, mi._ Boys Girls Total High School. 78 126 204 Market . 129 141 270 Kant . 168 210 378 Kennedy ..>... 169 169 338 N. Main closed in 1914. I Glenn. 227 231 458 Southside . 121 123 244 Whitnov . 39 50 89 Night School .-.. 99! 58 157 I-1-1-* Totals .I 1030 '1108 2138 Colored . A _;.._'.I 153 210 363 1J .I 159 191 350 rfj--I Totals _.I 312| 401| 713 " iBoyslbirlsj High School . Market . Pant . Kennedy, not upon first mon of 1914. No. Main. Glenn ... ;. Southside . Whllner . Night School. Totals .I 8881 953| 1841 Colored .-.1 I A..! 2711 322| 59...

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. — 27 October 1914

M ANDERSON INTELLIGENCER FOUNDED AUGUST I, 1880. 126 North Mela Street ANDERSON, S. C. W. W. SMOAK, Editor and Bus. Mgr D. WATSON BEUL?,.City Editor PHELPS SASSEEN, Advertising Mgr T. B. GODFREY.Circulation Mgr. EL ADAMS, Telegraph Editor and Foreman. Entered aa second-class matter Ap ril 28, 1914. at the post office at An derson, South Carolina, under the Act Of March 3, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION BATES SzmUWeeMy One Toar .fi.no Sit Months .7C ?ally One Year .$5.00 Six Months . 2.50 Throe Months ..?. 1 -2r? TELEPHONES Editorial and nosiness Office.321 Job Printing .693-L The Intelligencer ls dellvored by carrier^ in the city. If you fall to get your paper regularly please notify US. Opposite your mono on the label of your paper lg printed date to which our paper is paid. Al1 chocks and drafts should ho drawn to The Anderson Intelligencer. , THOUGHT FOB THE DAT. -o Peace on the whirring marts, Peace where the scholar thinks, the' . hunter roams, Peace, God of Peace 1 peace, peace to j all o...

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. — 27 October 1914

Tailoring that's Invincible Fabrics that are Irresistible FOR YOU! This Fall wear clothes that are Tailored by Master Tailors of experience, skill and intelligence. ^ Our clothes building is based on your in dividuality? your personality, your form and your taste. American Tailors On the Square MUSIG FESTIVAL IS ll ANDERSON'S BIG EVENT OF THE WINTER VERY BEST MUSIC! Tentatively Agreed on Dates of, February 22-23-24 for Big gest Attraction Ever Here. 1 It is kightly probable tbat the dates of February 23, 23, 24 will be chosen for the Grand Winter Musical Pcsti- ; val which is to be held in Anderson this year under the auspices of the American Musical institution, A let ter was received in Anderson Satur day from George 8. Waldo, president of the Institute, in which he says that $500,000 worth of. high class musi cal talent will be sent to Anderson for the three days. . It ls understood that the music festival to be held in Anderson will rank with the South Atlantic States music fest...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 27 October 1914

WYATT MAKEL DECLARED CONGRESS COULD CONDITIONS IN THE SOU JOURNMENT UNTIL THAI Special to The Intelligencer. WASHINGTON. Oct. ii3.~\Vhlle the bill for the relief of financial condi tions in tho South was beforo tho house on Wednesday, representative Wyatt Aiken mado .p. speech setting forth his views. Iio declared that congress could do Gomethlng to re lieve conditions in the South, and he opposed any adjournment until that something waa done. Ho did not 'speak long, but ho had something to say, as ho always does when he gets up to speak, and his romurks attract ed general attention. Ho said: ' Mr. Speaker, I am ono of those who believe thc government can do something for thc relief of Ute people of tho South, who aro facing disaster becauan of tho great drop In tho prli.o of cotton, their principal crop, and J. will* oppose the adjournment of congress until something IB done Ulong this line: The peoplo of tho South aro not risking alms, they aro not asking a gilt of any kimi; they ...

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. — 27 October 1914

? ^slfej^A'jg^ " : S THE ANDERSON INTEllJGENCER | .- PA&SEVEN. -^-?-?at^^?aft^flK&ftUMaafl^gSBu--.-:"r....i.-,;--?^*--? .?ai?asas.._^."."._...";_FAtiESEVEN We ofter, until sold, 25 Oliver Plov/s at following unheard of prices: One-Horse $5.00 Oliver Flows at.. . .. .. ..$3.50 Light Two-Horse $7.00 Oliver Plows at. . .. . . .. ... .$5.00 Regular.Twq.-Horse $7.50 Oliver Plows.?t.'. . '. . . Heavy two-Horse $8.50 Oliver Plows at. . . . , . . Now is the time to buy them. . . $6.00 ..$7.00 TMm HARDWARE GO. WEST SIDE SQUARE .'-wi- *- ?'.? . * . -1--- ?-r~~~t-:-H Pntrview ........68 4 19% W 17?jni m f . . Friendship .35 4 19% . I>i&fjrAXrf Gantt.34, . 6% 21 . #4?>f?-f.* **-*f - Oenorateo .......61 4 19% mK?RB?m?i??i?mf? ooed kopo..43 .2 17% r?\? & I V/IIrO ?roon Pond ......69 8 23% _?? '\_L-;-" .:.-rr Ordvo ., .65 3 18% NOTICE OF C01INT? TREASURER Hammond? .. 3 6 . 21.% Honea Path. ....16 4 19% '. .-- . Hopewell 7; 4 19% The bpokiel the County .Treasurer Hwitor ..24 '...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 27 October 1914

LEGAL 1 POLL TAX NOTICE Following lu tho Hut of namcB lluhlc forpoll tax lu thin county in addition to thune secured by tho School Hoard: I'. IJ. Acker, G. fi. Alewino, M. 13. Allon, NV. TL Anderson. J. C. Arnold. E. L. Atkinson Jas. A. Dailey, A. A. Baker, T. S. Bannister, Albert Banknlght, Allie O. Harton, Chas. E. Barton, Walker Heal, ('; C. W. Beatty. ?. W. Boll. Scott Henson, C.; C. W. Bice, O. F. Hlgby, John Blake, C.; John Hilgen, C.; Alonzo Bobs, C.; P. A. Holding, I). L. Horrougb, Isaac M. Horrough, C. A. Houchlllon, J. M. Houchlllon, Hen Ilozonian, C.; Crate Hozeiuan, C.; James Bradley, C.; J. S. Bradley, C.; A. H. Hrewton. C.; G. C. Hrock, W. P. Hrock, W. P. Brooks. C. W. Hrown. G. P. Brown, H. L. Brown, Jim Brown, C.; J. S. Brown, O. I* Brown, Brobort Brown. C.; Vester Brown, C.; W. C. Brown, Z. E. Hrown, Eobt. F. Brownlee, F. E: BroylcB, Jim Bruce, C.; Cray ton Budgen, C.; Mlteu Bur ris, C.; R. Burkett, J. L. Burley. W. W. Burley, Lawrence Burrage, J. M. Burriss, W. S. ...

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. — 30 October 1914

i ncEf TUESDAY AND FRIDAY (Tecklj, EttabUtthed 18C0; DtUly, Jna.it, 1914. ANDERSON, S. C.t FRIDAY . MORNING, OCTOBER 30,1914. PRICE ?1.50 THE YEAR, THE LIMIT OF HUMAN END11ANCE HAS BEEN REACHED E FOUGHT THEMSELVES OUT TEMPORARILY ON BOTH SIDES MEN HAVE BEEN WITHOUT SLEEP OR REST j FOR TEN DAYS-CONSPIRATORS WHO BROUGHT ABOUT -THE DEATH OF ARCHDUKE FRANCIS FERDINAND HAVE BEEN SENTENCED (By Associated Press.) tlon concerning suck cargoes until 30 German and Austrian troops in dayB after the clearance from ports of Russian Poland are falling back be- the vessels in which they are shipped. fore the Emssians but the Germans - are pushing their attack in northern ",LONi?OIVL' ?ct 28~ln t?e battle In Belgium. " The German government WeBt Flandters, which sleekened yes thus summarises ia official statements terday. came almost to a complete the situation of its forces In the two f?^fc'.^t^ll^b^V?T war ?ones on which tVe interest ol g^?t?E RSt??7?- nnfih^?" ' . _?"_"J es from points, along th...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 30 October 1914

MILLS We have for sale SOO bushels Hancroft Prolific Oats (graded seed) at $1.00 per bushel. . When ginned on Our Special Gins, we buv at a premium extra length staple cotton. Good stvle Dalrymple and Texas Storm Proof are generaliv V?Yth a premium. r \ye buv for cash or exchange meal and hulls for seed, or sell meal and \L\I\\S for cash. ROBERT E. LIGON G?nerai Manager LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OF ELECTION. "Tho," thc Following: "South State .ol Bouth Carolina, County of Carolina School for tho Deaf and Andreeon. Blind, Located at Cedar Springs." Nbii?e ls hereby given that tho Gen- Section 1, South Carolina School for oral Bleceion for State and County Of- Deaf and Blind-Amendment to Cou ll eera will be hold at tho voting pre- stitution-Bo lt rcolvcd, by tho Con ducts prescribed by.law in said conn- eral Assembly of tho State of South ty, on Tuesday, November 3, 1U14, Carolina, That the,, following umend . said day being Tuscday following the mont to. Section H, 'Article II, or the fir...

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