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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 23 July 1915

Here's romething interesting for buy ers of Misses' and Children's Gingham. Dresses We've got the best stock in the city -best in style -best in quality I-best in m ice And the prices are now 1-4 OFF Perhaps this doesn't sound like much but when you see the real goodness of these garments you'll appreciate fully the reasonableness of their offerings. You know it's just a little while till school days, so if you don't need one right now it's a good idea to lay in a supply for later. You can well afford to buy lots of 'em at these prices. Come in any way and look 'em over, we have them displayed "up front" on. middle counters-No trouble to show. Regular prices 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50, $2.00 and $2.50. One fourth off 38c, 57c, 75c, 95c, $1.12/ $1.50 and $1.88. Sizes, 2 years to 17 years Ceiling, Wall and J Oscillating Fans In all Sizes Southern Public Utilities Co. Phone 223 BIBLES BIBLES BIBLES We have a splendid line of Cambridge and Bagrter Bibles and Testaments FANTS BOOK STO...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 23 July 1915

P&lmniefcto Theata TODAY Choo Choo Girls Present "SCHOOL DAYS" MOVIES FOR TODAY 'THE FLOATING DEATH" Two Reel Drama "THE STATEN ANTHURIUM" Keystone. BIJOU THEATRE TODAY PARAMOUNT FEATURE "BOOTLES* BABY" And "The Man On The Case" A Double Feature in Six Reels. . Yon Had Better Have These Shoes Than Your Money ! AU $5.00 Pumps now $3.85 $2.50 and $100 Pump* now $2.00 'One lot $4.00 Colonial Pumps at $1.95 ??mfr We've hundreds of. other styles that are Juat as big valueu ss the above but we have no room ti mention them. Thompson's The One Price Shoe Store : We Sell For Cash Only. Greenville Womans College Greenville, South Carolina imparting the Kncededtte, Ideal* and Accomplish* tent* of Perfect Womanhood No Southern Institution aftords young women mere complete advantages for a broad, liberal education than docs tim tireonvllln Woman's Colleen. It ta prepared in every war to train tu .indent* lor liven of inn falln.it entcloucy and responsibility. Ita equipment, faculty, courses ...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 24 July 1915

?be wirer VOLUME II. ANDERSON, S. C SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 24, 1915. NUMBER 167. TEXT OF L. ?. S. TO CONTINUE TO CONTEND FOR FREEDOM OF SEAS NOTE REGARDED IN DIPLOMATIC QUAR TERSAS MOST EMPHATIC PRO NOUNCEMENT BY U. S. SINCE B?GINNING OF WAR REPEATS DEMD FOR REPARATION Points Out Thal Germany Should Abandon Retaliatory Measures If Lit'ss of Neutrals Must Be Jeopardized-Repetition of Lusitania Incident Would Be Considered "Deliberately Unfriendly Act" U. S. Can't Discuss Acts of Great Britain Because They Are Ir relevant to Question. Washington, July 23,-The American note on submarine warfare, presented at Berlin today and made public here tonight, reveals that Germany has been informed that Ot Is the Intention of the United States to regard as "deliberately unfriendly" any repetition by German naval commandera of acts in contra vention of American rights. Tile United States announces it will continue to cor.tend for the freedom of the seas, from whatever quarter violated, without co...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 24 July 1915

North 'Anderson Residence of John Linley hWW?? Ii ~~~~ Today, take a car to NORTH ANDERSON, get off any place you wish, and walk over th? various parts of this high grade development. You will be charmed with the general effect, pleased with the beautiful out look, and delighted with the Beauty Spots provided for the residents. If you desire quiet and. restfulness, if you wish to bc away from thc smoke, noise, rush and hustle of the city, come to NORTH ANDERSON, and live in its delightful environment. In other words, NORTH ANDERSON*is THE residential section of Ander son now, and it always will be. Thertf.js no other part of the city, or its sub urbs that has the natural advantages that NORTH ANDERSON enjoys. This being true, why hesitate?. ! .V. r Thc $? 0.00 down and $10.00 a monffHs as easy to pay as one could pos sibly ask; and the "Profit Sharing" plan is the most liberal offer we know of anywhere in the wide, wide world on any legitimate real-estate proposition. Phone us NOW, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 24 July 1915

New Wonder of the West. Dun iel Tipple. Hero ls tho Indianapolis American association pitcher form whom Colonel Jacob ruppert and Captain T. Ii. Huston, new owners of thc Yankees of New York, wore reported to have paid $10,000. They ?<?o not themselves say they paid that sum, but they did give enough to make it very in teresting for the management of the Indianapolis club. At the closo of the seventeenth cen tufy a ta\ "was placed on widowers in England. Wear ole^sei Fro La Say j &ront. j(heed Corse fa / Fitted perfectly by our corsetiere , , \ O $3JQO to $Hh50 p. ' ; Mrs, B. Graves Boyd TAKE MY ADVICE -Mr. Squeegee "There are some motorists who seem to expect tire trouble-think mat, like measles, you've got to have 'em. I Prescribe DIAMOND ?f|11 Tread TIRES .j M m V . i'or Sale by Anderen Hardware OF WAR IN GERMANY Msmbers of Fifth Royals Say French Soldiers are Poor Fighters. Goettingen, Germany, July 20.-Late In February the Fifth Koyule, one of the crack Canadian regiment...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 24 July 1915

THE INTELLIGENCER ESTABLISHED I860. Published every morning except Monday by The Anderson Intelligen cer at 140 West Wbltner Street, An derson, 8. C. SEMI-WEEKLY INTELLIGENCER Published Tuesdays and Fridays L. M. GLENN_Editor and Manager Entered as second-class matter April 28, 1924, at the post office at Anderson, Routh Carolina, under the Act ot March 3, 1879. ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCHES Telephone .821 SUBSCRIPTION BATES DAILY One Year .15.00 Biz Months .2.60 Three Months .1.26 One Month.42 One Weak . AO SEMI-WEEKLY One Year .11.60 Six Months .76 The Intelligencer ls delivered by carriers In the i\ly. Look at the printed isbel on your ) paper. The dato thereon shows when ! the subscription expires. Notice date I on label carefully, and lt not correct j pleaso notify us at once. Subscribers desiring the address ot their paper changed, will please state In their communication both the old and new addresses. To Insure prompt delivery, com plaints of non-delivery In the city ot Anders...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 24 July 1915

Net Conten?a 15 Fluid Drarfinl 11 ALCOHOL- 3 PER CEXE tro?tkc Stoinxhs and Bawang Promoks DigesUfflxCtecte j ness andlifesLCo?uiii?ttoTW Opium.Morphiiic wc Misai Nor NAHT OTIC. JPumHnSaA MxSr&a * .''?sa?.* ApcrftdKcmcdy forXon^j Worms JcvenshD^ aaa lOSSOFSlg? Jae Simile Signahneof. TUECE-VOmCOMPATC GASTONA For Infanta and Children. Mothers Know That Genuine Gastona Always Bears the Signature of Exact Copy of Wrapper. In Use For Over Thirty Years CASTQRIA THC CCWTAUn COMPANY. HEW YORK CITY. EXCURSION JOHNSON CITY To Be Bun Over P. & X. und C. Si O. Bail ways August 3. There will bc.an excursion over the Piedmont & Northern and t'.io Caro lina, Clinchficld & Ohio to Johnson City. Tenn., on August '?. The fare from Anderson is $:?.30 lind return tickets will bc good for several days. o. Thrift "Co to the Ant thou sluggard; eon sider her ways, and be wise." "A lesson from na? tare." Are you preparing now for the future i Systematic deposits and quarterly Interest provide...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 24 July 1915

Palmetto lThi?aitbf< TODAY Choo Choo Girls Present "TWO FEMALE IMPERSONATORS . MOVIES FOR TODAY "PEGGY LYNN, BURGLAR" Two Reel American Drama. "INNOCENCE AT MONTE CARLO" I hanhauser. BO0? THEATl TODAY "THE CURSE OF WORK" Two Reel L-K O Drama "FIFTY YEARS BEHIND" Powers Comedy. PullmanAutoCasiugsandTubes are made to give SERVICE AND SATISFACTION If tint is what yon want, insist cn having the PULLMAN Sullivan Hardware Co. WOODMEN OF THE WORLD AND FRIENDS EXCURSION CHARLESTON, S. C. And Return Tuesday, July 27, 1915 Vi? Blue Ridge Railway and Southern Railway Premier furrier of the South j The follow lng schedule and low round trip fares will apply from points named below. Leave Anderson.6:00 A. M...?.. .94.00 Leave Belton .0:80 A. M..8A0 Leave Henea Pith .6:45 A. M.:U50 Leave Donalt's .8:55 A. M.8JU leave Simar* Junction .,. 7:00 A. M..8?? Leave Hodges .7:10 A. M..8J& Leave Greenwood .7:80 A. M.... 3.0? Leave Nlnety-HIx.7.45 A. M.SJM Leave Ik j ?on .7:55 A. X.., SJBO Leave ( ha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 25 July 1915

VOLUME IL OVER THOUSAN WHEN_STEA1V EXCURS5QN BOAT EASTLAND, LOADED WITH 2,500 PLEASURE SEEKERS 'I GOES TO BOTTOM OF CHICA GO RIVER MORGUES OVERFILLED WITH BODIES ; ENTIRE CITY MOURNS CATASTROPHE Heart-Rending Scenes attend Indentification of Dead By Heart Broken Relatives-Officials Busy Investigating Cause of Tragedy and Disposing of Dead and Injured-Flags Flying at Half Mast and All Forms of Amusements Cease-Business Men Extending all Possible Aid to Sufferers. Chicago, July 2k- Eight hundred and forty tero bodies had been recovered Inte tonight, according to official count, from the twenty four hundred em ployes of the Western Electric Company and their relatives and friends who started ont aboard the excursion steamer Eastland this morning for a holiday iieros? the lake. Coroner Hoffman announced he believed the total deaths will aot be over a thousand. Others bodies are supposed to be In the steamer or In the river. The coroner announced an order to arrest every official ot the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 25 July 1915

Anderson Mill League Games Li COBB HOLDS ON TO LEAD AT BATI Chicago, July 24.-Eddie Collina of Chicago climbed into tin- second place among Amenicen batters ac cording to figure? published here, with an average of 3:ix. Cobb still leads with 408. Veach of Detroit and Jackson of Cleveland follow with 333. Daubert of Brooklyn still leads the Nationals with 337. Larry Doyle of Neiw York ls second In wi til 32."? Merkle of New York third with 323. Magee of Brooklyn with 3.12 h-uds the Federals. Knuff of Brooklyn 841 and' Fisher of Chicago with 833 follow. Anderson Defeated Equinox. The Anderson Mill second nine wm from the third nine of tho Equinos mill saturday afternoon by the Bcore of eight to one. Batteries: Anderson mill, ('hastlue and Murray; Equinox, Biggn und Casled. THE ANDERSON TEAM Playing (Joed Ball This Mensen-nave Won !> Out of ll. ' The Anderson Mill second nine is playing good ball this season and have tho record of winning niue out of eleven games played. They Intend...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 25 July 1915

Recipes for V Written for The Intelligencer In Charge of Tomato i In Ander?? Ripe Tomato Sweet Pickle. Pour boiling water over ripe toma toe? and remove ekln, place them in Jere, cover with apple vinegar and lot them remain three days. Take out ot Vinegar and put in a preserving ket tle, add three ?ina-ter? of a pound o' mular to each pound of tomatoes; add teaspoonful each of rhiamon, clovc-3, allspice and mace not ground; let boil several hours until tomatoes are clear, then seal. Blow to Georgia Marine. Atlanta. Ga., July 21.-What might have been a long sten toward creat ing a merchant marine of Georgia's own was lost in the house Friday because ther0 were so many absen tees that the necessary two-thirds majority for a constitutional amend ment could not be mustered. This wan the Shuptriue bill, exemping from the taxation all G orgia owned and operated ships engaged in foreign commerce exclusively. Royal. Chow Chow. One quart of cabbage or cucumbers Condensed Passenger Schedule. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 25 July 1915

THE INTELLIGENCER ESTABLISHED IMO. ?i ? ? ; ? ..Published ?Terr morning except t, monday by The Andereon Intelllgen ' oer at 140 Weet Whltner Street, An ' flnrmin. S. C. fc^-?-' I SEMI-WEEKLY INTELLIGENCER Published Tuesdays and Fridays I lt. M. GLENN....Editor and Manager Entered as second-class matter ; April 28, 1914, at the poet office at Aud&r&on, South Carolina, under the Act ot March 3, 187?. I ?ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCHES | Telephone.821 8UBSCBIPT10N BATES DAILY . One Year .$6.00 Biz Months.2.60 fi {Three Months .1.26 i One Month. .42 ? ' One Week . .10 SEMI-WEEKLY j One Year .$1.60 ; Elz Months .76 The Intelligencer le delivered by [ ?arriera in the city. Look at th? painted label on your j. paper. The date thereon shows when ri tko subscription expires. Notice date rj sn label carefully, and if not correct U please notify us at once. Subscribers desiring the address of f their paper changed, will please atate tn their communication both th* old te and new addresses...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 25 July 1915

?piisiF?soir?. ARE THESE NEWVOGUE HATS JUST RECEIVED FROM NEW YORK ?o STOP ON ?ND SEE TTHEM j Thc Millinery Vagaries of Dame Fashion are of ten w himsical' and paradoxical, and now her latest and rather delightful caprice is for AU Black Velvet Hats lor mid-summer use and it is really quite an effec tive conceit after all. Just fur a moment, suppose you picture a flully white sumine: gown finished with a black vatvet chapeau or a lovely, lacy after noon dress topped with one of these velvet hats a pretty picture, isn't it? Their velvety blackness makes a smart contrast to thin frocks and the hats arc awfully becoming. Some Trimmed-some Un-trimmed. The larg er ones with silk flowers are pretty, the smaller shapes finished with novelty feathers are pretty too. [Let's look 'em over Monday. You?ll also find lots if new Felts in white and colors;-at popular prices. Iron a fresh Shirt Waist, or a Shirt the hottest day of summer with an Electric Iron, with-an Electric Fan turned on you, an...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 25 July 1915

YOU and all other Motorists have demanded More Mileage from the tires YOU pay for. ' YOU want MORE MILES per DOLLAR out of your tries than you have been getting. HERE'S the place to get it, and the name it bears is ? * . T. Diamond If there was a better tire made, we would be selling it. Anderson Hardware Company EastWhitner li (WER THOUSAND WHEN STEAM (CONTINUED Fl hose at tlui/Jv.er when thc- steamer ca] >f children* srliom they had sent away ? lided to be a day of pleasure. Mun had to summon all the stuleul <p ?usurc us they passed between rijws of .. wives. Yet umldsl all th?1 horrors and heartuc ittcnidcd to thc pressing duties ot dlsi racing of missing, inquiry into the ca lisvase frojn sunken bodies and thc car he-canal locks*. Chicago, July 24.- Under tho glare | >f searchlights lontglit scores of men I corked in IMO liull-of fie Eastland toll IHUOVO bodies, where it Is believed j ireo utill lay. Til ree liud been taken i live from the hull four boura after < he ...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 25 July 1915

. t . t J A,LJ,,|,J, ? * . ? ? m . J?, _?_ _?_.*_ J. * -*. TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT^ I ri soc] ? vii Tr I W * ssl I ^ "I Tm I Tl i I V Fer Mina Vance and Misa Wicker. Miss Vina Patrick entertained fl few friends very pleasantly and very Informally on Friday evening in honor of Miss Caroline Vance of Columbia. Just two tables of auction, and a vory delightful, evening was spent, tlu> guests Including Misses Caroline Vance, Jessie Brown and Carrie Fret well, Messrs. Haul Brown, Archie Cathcart, Clarence Darle, Herbert Dunn au I Mr. Black. Mrs, Carrie Patrick also had one table for Miss Isabel Wicker, and a very charming evening was spent by all. Pretty Birthday Party. Little Miss Carobeth Eskew was the hostess to about thirty-five of her friends on Friday afternoon when she entertained in honor Of her eighth birthday. After playing many merry gameB, on Ute lawn the little folks were given small giltedge cards and pencils and for some time a delightful little drawing contest was th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 25 July 1915

PALMETTO THIS WEEK EDDIE BALDWIN'S MAXIM GIRLS "TEN PEOPL E I,,, I .,,",, .m, ."IJIMI,, IN HIGH CLASS, CLEAN VAUDEVILLE. This is a Guaranteed Attraction. They come direct here from Diamond Link* s Big house at Asheville which speaks for ? itself. Your money back if you are not pleased. ADMISSION, AFTERNOON AND NIGHT IO cents and 20 cents _ . .' *..."?. . ? . . . i"*. ' . ? 'iVvVi '<""( . .... ' ...... ALL THIS WEEK | Eddie Baldwin's Maxim Girls Ten People in ] High Class Clean Vaudeville MONDAY ..PEGGY LYNN, BURGLAR" Two Reel American Drama. "INNOCENCE AT MONTE CARLO*' MONDAY "UNDER THE CRESCENT" "THE CHOWN OF DEATH" A Two Rael Gold Seal Serial Story of latente Interest "RIGHT OFF THE REEL" Joker Comedy. Pollman AntoCasmgsandTnbes are made to give SERVICE AND SATISFACTION li that is whit yon want, insist on having the' SSfiBBU - 1 Co YOUR HOME The Heating and Plumbing systems should be ot the Snit importance If prpu consider the good health, tho comfort and the convenience of you...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 27 July 1915

VOLUME ll. ANDERSON. S. C. TUESDAY MORNING. JULY 27. 1915. NUMBER 169. AMERICAN WAS TOR NOLOS HAD CARGO OF FLAX FROM ARCHANGEL TO BEL * FAST CREW LANDED AT KgCiiWARD Flax U on Germany's Contraband List-No Details of Attack Received. London; .7uly 26.-Tho American steamship Leelanaw, which left Aroh angel July 8 for Heifast with a cargo of ilax, was sunk by a German subma rine off the northwest coast of Scot land yesterday. The crew was saved and brought to Kirwall in their own boats. No details of thc torpedoclng were received except a brief message stat ing that the crew bad been landed safely at Kirkwaid, from which placo ?bey notified the morlcan consul at Dundee. The Leeland had discharged a cargo of cotton at Archangel and was loaded with flax for Belfast. An official statement of the German government Issued April 18, 1915, de clared flax a contraband of war. The Leeland waa commanded by Capt. D. B. Belk and bad a crew of seven officers and 32 men. .Tho Leeland was owned by th...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 27 July 1915

?Tj^^ -^^^Sl^. jj J rESTEBDArS HEHULT8. ? 'I ; <k * ?l?l?mti?&l r&** IjWHBL A1 NOW Vork I, Pittsburgh !, j ( '.^ ^^^if^S**"* "*''"JmtN "At Lll,c,n"atl J; ,,ni,a,1,,,t?iii? 6. 9 I -V /^V-^%V~- American League. ? ' - " x/ V%?' None scheduled. I I .. ?irir"7? di / ' ' '? , ^?frS^t'*>\-l Federal Leagne. V. l-.-x^.. ? / . Xiv ' A! Chicago il; Rainmore ri. I j WBmWBI I ' y ''/ ' L"\ Al Chicano I; liallimorc 5. rW|j J > 'l %\r . ] \ At Pittsburgh I; Newark ::. ? ?I - i i^/. JW-RT" Jam' l*V>^~\ Al ?t- kou'8li? Brooklyn 0. I j ~-_ 7n - /llS'rflpN "N jflf ( ' fHflrtW Kansas <'ity-H'iHCnio. not scheduled. 1 ll- =r^rrp--t^ * Jw'l < t J? WaV 1 Noni hern League. g j ?"?-M--- S . JW~vi? I '\ A A 'W I At Nashville 2; Birmingham 6. ? I ; j M ^^JW '1>'J ( V"\L(im ?I At Chattanooga 1; New Orleans ll. ? - I - g")* k=rr.-- " /"'.,> ' A MT Vi At Uttlo Kock 13; Mobile 1. I j_Sp^*?-\ J>i\ M I A? M,-""?,,,:I (" A"?"'? li P N. i P if I *\)iltt??\* fl Atlantic- Post Kennon, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 27 July 1915

5c. the packet or two "Bobs'* for a cent at ali the belter stands and stores. 'AVE a heart for "Bobs"-"Bobs* has a heart for you? The pepperminiy candy heart with gum inside-chewy and delicious. Join ?the "BODS" happy crowd YORK WILL HAVE BIG CHAUTAUQUA Gov. Manning -nd Other Big Men of the State on Program for Addresses. York. July 26.-With all prelimi nary plans complete and arrangements well underway, lt has already boco'me evident that Vork'B home-coming and chautauqua, to bc held the first three days iii' f-fjptciribcr,' w?U'bc the lijggost event that tho- town has ever attempt ed. .. _ '. - Some -of the principal speakers in South Carolina will cam j to York on the home-coming plat omi Hon. lt ?ch ard I. Manning, governor ot South Carolina and HO'J.E. J. Wat son, commissioner of agriculture of South Carolina;'will bo tho two prin cipal speakers on tho first day, which is to be known ns agricultural day. On thc set omi .('.ay. educational day, Dr. Henry Nelson Snyder ot Wofford...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 27 July 1915

THE INTELLIGENCER ESTABLISHED I860. Published every morning except Monday by The Anderson Intelligen cer at 140 West Whltner Street, An derson, S. C. SEMI-WEEKLY INTELLIGENCER Published Tuesdays and Fridays L. M. GLENN-Editor snd Manager Entered as second-class matter April 28, 1014, at the post office at Anderson, South Carolina, under the Act of March 3, 1879. ASSOCIATED PRE8S DISPATCHES Telephone .321 HUBSCRIPTION BATES DAILY Ons Year ...$6.00 Biz Months. 2.60 Three Months . 1.26 One Month .42 One Wjek .10 SEMI-WEEKLY One Year .$1.60 Biz Months .76 The Intelligencer li delivered by carriers In the city. Look at the ps luted label on your paper. The dato thereon shows when the subscription explies. Notice date on label carefully, and if not correct please notify us at once. Subscribers desiring the address of their paper changed, will please state In their communication both tho old and new addresses. To Insure prompt delivery, com plaints of non-delivery In the city of Anderson s...

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