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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 3 August 1915

Wxft VOLUME IL _ ANDERSON, S. C. TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 3, 1915. NUMBER 175. WARSAW FOR EVAI CITY IS i _, i EVERYTHING OF MILITARY j VALUE HAS BEEN REMOV ED BY RUSSIANS. FACTORIES AND HOSPITALS MOVED Russians in Southwest Poland With Object of Saying Armies Now in Warsaw. J,(inilon, Aug. 2.-Warsaw ls ready for evacuation. For days lhere has been an exodus of the population. Factories, government institutions and hospitals have been moved and thc city stripped of everything of mil itary value. That the German em press would not accompany Emperor William should ?he make a state en try into Warsaw was Indicated by her reported return from cast Prus sia. The Gormans have captured Nlta?. capital of Courier.*!, and are now threatening Riga, capital of the Baltic Provinces and F'issia's greatest Bal tic port. Thc Austro-Germans also report further progress beyond Cholm in southeast Poland but thc situation still scorns undhanged directly in. front of Warsaw. In the different Tegions aroun...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 3 August 1915

MORE THAN Hf-; COULD STAND Colored Man Explain? Why the Game j of 8even Up Had Such Disastrous Consequences. j From a Rental frame of aeTen-up 'With Buck, Luke had been hal? il to an jswer to a charge of ncsault and bat tery. Exhibit 1, being Buck's r. 30, jseemed evidence cnougn tu pro vi nat ?mayhem had taken place after the Inst ?hand. But when tho verdict waa pronounced, the priaouer'a aggrieved air seemed to Indicate an aplninn that his lawyer had not done all hui could have been done In hla Inte * ' Thia impression was confirmed wio?ii tho 'judgo asked him If he had aught to I issy In his own defense, and ?.uko stood up. I "Yas, uuh, I'se got a passel to say. Mister Jeuge, I ast yu, Is yu ever ! played seb'n-up T" 'That hasn't anMhing to do'with the case,' Luke," tbe Judge Interposed. "Wy, Minter Jedge, 'acuoin' me, den .yu ain't understan' dla yer caae. Seo byer, Mieter Jedge, dat Buck waa fo* an' I wss six, an' he begged me-yu ' say yu ain't played aeb'n-up?" "Well," interru...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 3 August 1915

onerirr i aKing Uun From Standard Oil Guard. "1 . y .:.v ? The Millehinuni. ? Nobody has the k tautest idoa when. If everitlio war, of competition,- IK to cease. * It may be that ?omc?me men will llvp poly lo tlfbashts. not nedda ia a' beatific contemplation"' ol' their own ideal?. Sometime tho vallek'a may be exalted - and, the ,*, mountans brought low,-and we shall live on high plateau of co-operative equality, when, to supply'his wants." h. mari will have only to touch a bntton and the machinery of government will do the I rest.-"Truth-Business and Pollti-J cal," Henry D.' iBstabrookv In Na 11ional Magazine for August. BIBLES BIBLES BIBLES .We have a splendid line of Cambridge and Bagster k Bibles and Testaments. FANTS BOOK STORE ? - . .. ? _ 'i^lW?^^^?i I^^^^M^^MS^- F?r 'mcn mo# come -JI^? ' and men may ?o. But I ?o on forever. . ff Tho S?an?arcI Bc?cr?^ >w Imitations of COCA-COLA come and 9 . 'jjoT-rione?astmore than a few basons. WSalusha? beert going on for 29 years- , ? ....

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 3 August 1915

THE INTELLIGENCER _ ESTABLISHED 18ft. Published every morning except Monday by The Anderson Intelligen cer at 140 West Whiner Street, An derson, 8? C. 8BMI-WBBKLT INTELLIGENCER Published Tuesdays and Fridays L. M. GLENN_Editor and Mansger Entered as second-class matter April 28, 1914, at the post office at Anderson, South Carolina, ander the Act ot March 8, 1879. ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCHES telephone .821 SUBSCRIPTION BATBS DAILY One Tear .$6.00 Biz Months .2.60 Three Months .1.26 One Monti| .42 One Week.? .10 SEMI-WEEKLY One Tear .91.60 Six Months . .76 The Intelligencer ls delivered hy carriers In the city. Look at the printed label on your paper. The date thereon shows when tbs subscription expires. Notice date on label carefully, and If not correct alease notify us at once. Subscribers desiring the address of I their psper changed, will please state In their communication both the old | and new addresses. To Insure prompt delivery? com plaints of non-delivery tn the elty at Ande...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 3 August 1915

TXyTT. j I \ _^^ y, JL* m Investigate the values we are offering before it is ever VV fly UOTl Z 1 OH lastingly too late? BARGAINS-Too numerous to mention are here for you. REMEMBER-The last day pf this month is our last day in business. OSBORNE & PEARSON - - - ^tJ^c. pF.UGllTFUL CUII'INC PARTY Brok? lp ut lin i!<-y's Ferry Lah J Sight. For tue past two wooka Dr. and MJrn. W. L. Hailey nf Hartwell haw. been entertaining with a camping j?ar. ty at Hailey's Ferry arni il has been indeed a pleasant affair. During the stay the young people ti':ero several moonlight, parties have been given when friends from Hartwell, Ander son and: Elberton attended and these have proved very enjoyable. Among the members of tho camping party wore: Ml?s Helen Harris of An derson. Edwin Wills. Misses Ruth and Irene Stevens of Jefferson, Ga., Misa Aileen Simmons ani Mr. Duck of At lanta, Ga.. Mrs. ('arrie reynolds or Anderson, Mrs. Ada Hailey and chil dren. Miss Bra Goss and Mr. John Snow oJ Atlanta...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 3 August 1915

A YEAR OF WAR AND NOT A KING KILLED YET V ? U h?^KMM _j.; ?_ _ i-?---?l-----_-. _ 5,200 low? Kain ?KW Apiece. 'In the current issue ot Farm and Fireside, tho National farm paper pub lished at Springfield, Ohio, appears an account of a big and successful co oeratlvo-movement which is bringing certain Oregon farmers SUCCCBH. In the following brief'extract taken from the article appear a few o the most Important acts: "More than 3 1-2 million pounds or cheese, valued at $541,748.4C, was the output nf the 18 farmers' co-operative cheese factories In Tlllamook county, Oregon, during 11)14. Fifty-two hun dred cows, owned by 480 fanners, 'pro duced the milk that made this cheese. The averago return for every cow, ar ter deducting factory expenses, was nearly $100. This ls a remarkable average for 5200 cows." The Magic Fletara in thc West. Tho exposition ls the first one to commemorate an event of the present and not n historical dato. It is suf fused with the spirit of thc glorious present...

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. — 3 August 1915

EXCURSION To JOHNSON CITY, TENN. Tuesday, August 3rd., 1915. Via Piedmont & Northern Railway and Clinchfleld and Ohio Railway. Special Train? from Anderson aud Greenwood. S.. C., to connect with the "Clinchfleld," ut .Spartanburg, S. C. All tickets sold, Tuesday 3rd, with limit for returning on all trains leaving JOHNSON CITY before NOON SATURDAY. August 7th. 191G. Clinchfleld trains returning arrive Spartanburg at 6:30 P. M. and moke connection with Piedmont & Northern train leaving Spartanburg at G:2G P. M. The following schedule and very low excursion fares will be used: Leave Leave Leave Leave Leave Leave Leave Leave L?eave I ?eave I/eave Leave Leave Leave Leave Leave Leave Arrive Greenwood, S. C.G:00 A. M.$3.50 Hodge-.. S. C.6:20 A. M. 3.60 Shoals Jct.. S. C.0:30 A. M. 3.60 Donalds.. S. C.G.36 A. M. 3.60 Houcn Path, S. C.G:40 A. M. 3.60 Andenion. S. C.0:30 A. M. 3.60 Helton. S. C.7:00 A. M. 3.00 Williamston. ,S. C.7:20 A. M. 3.00 Pe?zcr. S. C.7:26 A. M. 3.00 Pidcmont. S...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 3 August 1915

Riverside rump. Riverside camp will ba opened al Hailey Ferry tomorrow, August 4th hy Mrs. J. N. Land of Starr. Every thing possible lia? been Jone to make the camp attractive and to provide for the pleasure and comfort of thu guests. Quite u largo number have planned to KO for the entire time the ?.amp I? opened, while others will KO for a day or so at a time. ; Thia camp will doubtless prove a wonderful attractive spot. f Mrs. It. ll. Findley and Miss Nelle Findley spent the week-end in Spar tan burg. ? Misses Jessie and Huth I Ic m bre? have gone to llluc ltldgc for a iday of two weeks. Ilrnkrmnn Mas Cured. ? F. A. Wootaey, a railroad brakeman K Jacksonville. Texas,' writes: "I ?tm down willi kidney trouble, and ti> nina1 i: in au Lad I could hardly get Up when I sat down. 1 lind a beok |e|ie all the time and was Imo a tired Of. living. 1 saw Foley Kldnek Pills Buvartlscd. 1 took some and after a abort time I wns thoroughly cured and nm having no more trouble." Tiley act promp...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 4 August 1915

Weft J?nteUtgimrer VOLUM.: II. ANDERSON. S. C. WEDNESDAY MORNING. AUGUST 4. 1915. NI IM RF R 17? RUSSIANS m TO SAVE WA AUSTR?GE TEUTONS ARE BELIEVED TO BE SHORT OF AM MUNITION GREATER EFFORTS MAY FOLLOW LULL Germans, However, Are Making Slow Progress ? Russians Claim Gains. London, Aug.- 3.-Stubborn Kas sian resistance and tbe slow progress of tho Austro-Germ?n advance in thc last tew days has led to the belief in some quarters that the Germans aro short of ammunition. . . The governor-general of Warsaw was still at his post Sunday and mili tary circles there believed that If the Russian ?ine held a week longer Rus sia might yet save Warsaw. On the other band each previous German slowing down has boon followed by Greater efforts later. Berlin records further advances along thc Vistula, and in Ivangorod and Novo Alexandria sections and al so In the Chelm-LubMn region, de spite Vigorous opposition. There has been considerable fight ing in west in Artis, Orgonne, and Alsace but apparen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 4 August 1915

THE INTELL?GENCER ESTABLISHED I860. Published every morning except Monday by The Anderson Intelligen cer at 140 West Wbltner Street. An derson, H. C. SEMI-WEEKLY INTELLIGENCER Published Tuesdays and Fridays L. M. GLENN_Editor and Manager Entere* as second-class matter April 28 1M4, st the post office at Anderson, bouth Carolina, under the Act of March 8, 1879. ASSOCIATED PRESS DI8PATCHES Telephone.321 SUBSCRIPTION KATES DAILY One Tear .$6.00 Biz Months . 2.60 Throe Months .126 Ori* Month .42 Otfe Week .10 SEMI-WEEKLY One Year .$1.60 Biz Months .76 The Intelligencer ls delivered by carriers in the city. Look at the printed label on your paper. Tin? dato thereon shows when the subscription expires. Notice date on label carefully, and lt not correct please notify ua at once. Subscribers desiring the address of 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 af Anderson shoul...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 4 August 1915

1 T British Gun in Action Against Turks in the Dardanelles. This remarkable photograph was taken during a heavy battle in the Dardanelles. It shows a British force firing their six inch gun at the Turks some distaoco off over the rolling sand dunes of the peninsula of Gallipoli. B. T. ANDERSON NEW MERCHANT Has Arrived and Will Have Stock of Goods in This Week Man of Experience. Mr". B.'T. Anderson of Newberry, who Is to establish a store in tho room formerly occupied by thc Hailey five and ten cent ?tore, ?opposite the fountain on the square, has arrived in the city'and yesterday stated that lie expected to open up his stock of goods and have everything ready for trade by Saturday. Ile bas just re turned from Baltimore where he^ bought a new and complete supply. Mr.I Anderson stated that he would I carry a-full line of dry goods, shoes, noUona;-Janies.--ready-^o-wear, -etc.] He ls a young man of 15 years ex perience and will doubtless establish j a good business hore. Six- clerks Wi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 4 August 1915

GERMANY BUILDING RAILROADSJ TURKEY Great Traneformation in Railway Communication Noted by Correspondent. Berlin, Aug. ?J.--Polestlne ls un dergo^'g a great transformation In tho matti." of railway communication, Im proved highways, und better sanitary conditions. This IH evident from n letter to the Frankfurter Zeitung from Its correspondent In Jaffa, the seaport of Jerusalem, who has been Interviewing DJemal Pasha, the mili tary governor of Syria. Tills work has all been undertaken since Turkey went to war and is largely In prepara tion for extensiv?, military operations against Egypt. Already, according io DJemal Paella, the Suez ennui has been mined nnd one ship sunk. "Ismedlatuly after my arrival In Syria," said DJemal, who ls one of the leaders of tho dominant "Young Turk" party, "my first work was to take measures to Improve and ex tend the roads. Many battalions of workmen were organized for the pur pose of building important ne wroads and putting into repair old ones that ha...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 4 August 1915

?s m I fr /chatter, chatter, a* I flow, To ?oin tito brimming river; For men maj? com? an J men maj? ?o. But I ?o on forever. , Tho Stan?cr? BeVerago Imitations of COCA-COLA come and go-none last more than a few seasons. This has been going on for 29 years yet COCA-COLA, unchanged in name or self, heeps its ol;l friends and makes new ones. Demand t!io g-nuxnc by the full name tli?t lias inspired ao many imitations. Whenever you sec on Arrovr, think of Coca-Cola THE COCA-COLA CO. ATLANTA. CA. COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY ANDERSON, S. C. 12? W. Earl St. :-: Phonel37 CALOMEL IS MERCURY! IT SICKENS! ACTS ON LIVER LIKE DYNAMITE ?DodSM's Lhtr Tm" Skrts Yo* thtf Better Tili Calomel and Doesn't SII?TIH or Mik! Yo? Sick. Listen to me! Take no more sick ening, salivating calomel when bilious or constipated. Don't loso a day's work! Calomel is mercury or quicksilver which causes necrosis of tho bones. Calomel, when lt comes into contact with sour hilo crashes into it, breaking it up. This is whe...

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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 4 August 1915

ENGLAND PLANS BIO EGO NUMIG_REFORMS To Reorganize System of Expen ditures With Object of Con serving Resources of Country. liondoti, Aug. 3.-One of tho first witnesses who will ask for a bearing before Premier Asquith's new commit tee to inquire Into thc possibility of effectng economics in the manage, ment of the British government's af fairs, is Sir A. II. .Markham, member of parliament for Nottinghamshire. For several years, both in and oui of the house of commons, he has advo cated the necessity of n thorough su uervlslon of the expenditure of every branch of government activity. Ihre is what he wlil tell the committee, an outlined Iii un interview: "There ls fearful waste going on in almost every department of the gov ernment, but most of all, I think in the war ofPce. The waste there ls prim arily dut. to ihe system of leaving our grout war organization in thc hands of half-pay^-ofllcers. Wc do not en courage young men; they are snubbed by their older superiors whencf/or they ...

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. — 4 August 1915

EXCURSION To JOHNSON. CITY, TENN. wilt* 0 Tuesday, August 3rd., 1915. Via Piedmont & Northern Railway and Clinchfield and Ohio Railway. Special Trains from Anderson and Greenwood. S. C.. to connect with the 'Clinchfield," at .Spartanburg, S. C. All tickets sold, Tuesday 3rd, with limit for returning on all trains leavln JOHNSON CITY before NOON SATURDAY, August 7th, 1915. Clinchfleh, trains returning arrive? Spartanburg at 5;30 P. M. and make connection with Piedmont & Northern train leaving Spartanburg at 6:25 P. M. The following schedule and very low excursion fares will be used: Leave Oreen wood, S. C.6:00 A> M.$3.50 Leave Hodges, S. C.6:20 A* M. 3.60 Leave ShoalB Jct, S. C.6:30 A. M. 3.BO Leave Donalds. 8. C.6:35 A. M.3.50 I^eavo linnea Path, S. C.6:40 A. M. 3.50 Leave Anderson, S. C.6:30 A. M. 8.60 Leave Belton, S. C.7:00 A. M. 3.00 Leave Willlamston. ,S. C.7:20 A. M. 3.00 Leave Pclzer. S. C.7:25 A. M. 3.00 Leave Pidemont, S. C.7:35 A. M. 3.00 Leave Greenville, S. C....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 4 August 1915

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 5 August 1915

VOLUME IL ANDERSON, S. C THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 5, 1915. ?i?t?S?A^T7. TE?TOA WARS TOFA? RUSSIANS SLOWLY RETREAT ING BEFORE STUBBORN ATTACK OF GERMANS FRENCH REPULSE GERMAN ATTACKS Austrians Claim all Italian Attacks m South Have Been Repulsed. London, Aug. 4.-The Austro Germnne, whose atm is to capture Wsrcaw, and if possible a large part of the F.niBBian army are declared by Berlin and Vienna to be continuing their successes throughout Polish regions In North Poland. The Teutons claim to have drove the Russians back upon ? advanced positions at Lomza. The Teutons have crossed the Narew river near Ostrolenka, after vicious fighting in which they captured a large number ot prisoners and cannon. The Aus trians claim to hove captured the western portion of Ivangorod for tress . Other Teutonic Buceesse? are claim ed but the Russians at ill points are continuing strong rear guard ac tions, which, though declared to be merely to allow thc main Russian ar mies to retreat, seem more like ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 5 August 1915

ESTABLISHED 1SW. Published ever/ 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 and Manager Entered as second-china matter April 28, 1914, at the post office at Anderson, South Carolina, under the Act of March 3, 1879. ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCHES Telephone .321 SUBSCRIPTION BATES DAILY One Yeo* .15.00 Biz Months .2.G0 Three Months .1-26 One Month.42 On? Week .10 SEMI-WEEKLY One Year .$1.50 Six Montha .76 The Intelligencer ls delivered by carriers In tiie city. Lock at the printed label on your paper. The dato thereon shows when the subscription expires. Notice date on label carefully, and if not correct please notify us at once. Subscribers desiring the address of their paper changed, will piesse state In their communication both the old and new addresses. . To insure prompt delivery, com plaints of non-delivery In the city sf Andeftoft; should bo msde to th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 5 August 1915

EXCURSION * To JOHNSOJM CITY, TENN. ^Tuesday, August 3rd., 1915. Via Piedmont & Northern Railway and Clinchfield and Ohio Railway. Special Trains from Anderson and Grimwood, S. C., to connect with the "Clinchfield,'* at .Spartanburg, S. C. ' Ail tickets sold. Tuesday 3rd. with limit for returning oA all trains leaving JOHNSON CITY before NOON SATURDAY, August 7th, 1915. Clinchfield trains returning arrive Spartanburg at 5:30 P. M. and make connection willi Piedmont ic Northern Crain leaving Spartanburg at 0:25 P. M. Thc following schedule and very low excursion fares will be used: Leave Greenwood, S. C.G:00 A. M.$3.50 Leave Hodge?, S. C.6:20,A. M. 3.50 Leave Shoals Jct., S. C.6:30 A. M. 3.60 l?eavc Donalds, S. C.6:35 A. M. 3.50 I/cavc Honra Patti, S. C.?...6:40 A. M. 3.50 Leave Anderson, S. C.6:30 A. M. 8.50 Leave Belton, S. C.7:00 A. M. 3.00 Leave Williamston, S. C.7:20 A. M. 3.00 Leave Pelzcr, S. C.7:25 A. M. 3.00 Leave Pidcinont, S. C.7:35 A. M. 3.00 Leave Greenville, S. C.8:...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 5 August 1915

UNITED STATES HAS GREATEST SUBMARI r Ft * t vs it" 'ii .?.?-.? *. w ^^^^^ "Witness Describes l^^^^? " Siege of Warsaw i^^Sjg London, Aug 1.- (Associated Press th? surface nour houHcs. But all tile |ML ^^^^ Lfc?>.L- % Correspondence)-The story of thc bodies have now been reburied deep- gk, ffl?flLft I ._ - ?r-?-i" A~IA t. .. ii,-.,) 'y "nd away from wella and houses. 1 of Warsaw ls ,old for tho first ^ haa H'wd T)U> C"OK.RIL> WHLCN ; B BMS5BH . time by a Polish gontleman. son of a wa. thl< RmituBt drend, even in War- i BB ?VJw.uH'' largo landowner in tho outskirts of saw although nothing could be made ' M? RHA^&M tho city, who bas Just arrived here, known of lt. In the est?t?' next to ; flgj R^BkJ^???* j and who npeakH as an eye-witness. ours the house was turned into a j H ! frc. h from the scene, bis estate being cholera hospital and from this one t H HMS i today the artillery park of thc Hus- place KOO uead from Cholera were slam center from which their heavy I bur...

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