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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 27 November 1914

WYATT AIKEN TALKS OF ATTITUDE OF CONGRESS ON MATTER OF LENDING AID TO FARMERS SEES LITTLE HELP Tokes Step Which He Believes Might Help an Boosting Price of Staple. (From Thursday's'Dally.) Hon. Wyatt Aiken, Congressman from the third district, is visiting in Anderson for a few days. Asked yes terday for a statement as to the atti tude of Congress on the question of lending aid to the cotton growers of the South, Mr. Aiken gave out the following: "While Southern congressmen have from the beginning felt the sincerest sympathy with the cotton grower in his extremity and almost without ex ception they have voted and worked for every measure of relief offered* it has been apparent from the begin ning that little help could be expect . ed from "the National - Government- ' : -even^D?mp.?rattc. Congressmen from non-cotton growing sections could not be brought to see the question except as a sectional, measure and the"'Re publicana ge:i orally were against any legislation oi , thc char ct e...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 27 November 1914

^^^^^^^^^^ Io- : . -j/ r . a ^7/g/?g( Af/?>.^/K?^ r ^ ^^^^^^ ?^ ^ ^^^^^ "kw,,,.????..m . ' 1 'n , ?? -- L-w--.--.--.-.. ' ? .H..-7w, ,,-J *~ mm**--i ' ? ? . i...-i^,?. -"-r- ~ f-nn aaaa, Condensed Passenger ; Schedule tl PIEDMONT S, -HOltTIIE?tN RAILWAY ' COMPANY. . Effective November 8th, 1014. Anderson-, 8. C. Arr?enla- :. Nor Si ..... .. ;.. 8:45 a. nV No? 3S* .........., w.'. i. #;35 a>< ni. NP. 35 i:WpVm. ?o, 37 -. 3:20 p. nt o. 30 ........... . .. ..j*,4145- p. m. . No. ?. 6:50 p. m; No:< 43? i......'..... ..; v;?. 7180 p; m. No. 45;.0:40 p. uv Wp. 47 ?? ip :, 50 p. m. ' Debortnres .'No. 30-....... .... ?.'.V? 6:40 a* mf? No. 82 .,...... ^.......... 7:80 a. tn. No. 34 .......I........ 10:25 ? m. No.,36. .>. . ll;56;'.ai nt NO. 8*. 2:?? p. S No. 40. 8:40 p. m. . No, 42*.,4?4B;n, flfc No. 44. 6:2G p. m. No. 48......8:35 p.m. (. Limited tra?na.) C. V. PALMER. Gen. Pasa. Agwl . . . ... :.- , .Greenville.; S. C. and return, occount mectlnpr A. A. 0. N. TS.'8* Annual ...

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 November 1914

LOI JRICES For High Grade Meals For Cash Gray Beef Ribs. . . ..8c Neck Roast or Steak.'. .. . .10e Ch?cb Roast or Steak.. .. 12 l-2c Short Rib Steak or Roast.. ..15c T-Loih Steak or Roast .. . .17 l?2c Heart Round Steak or Roast 20c All good niised Pork ' and Beef Sausage ..' ??... > - .,.;>.? 1-2?. All Pork Sausage, country style 2?C Pork Hame ort Shoulder, whol? i.">c Pork Lom Roast...17'l-2c Pork Chop?, or Steak.. ... .18c Full Cream Cheese, per pound 20c Beef Liver.12 l-2c Cured Hams, whole. ..20c Best Norfolk Oyster, per qt ..45c Fish of different assortments, aa low as tho lowest Dressing free when timo will permit us. f W. J. Maoess lS?.North Main gt. Phone 202. Delay is JDaqgeroiis BIBB Better hav$-$h? Child's Pboto Ma?e Now You will never regret it. Of course, you want the best-That's Us. Gfeen's Art Shop On The Square. ??-}:, 1 . >l; i' li 1 j.- -;-,: fm/;?. tl Goinf?rt ?T? fading' Thp big round lenses mean relief to tired eyea. The ssyloware (imi tation shell)...

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. — 27 November 1914

Lots of new styles hi ?5* ?lil ; tt:~..' "** F?INTEP ?l? Jfr '00$^ IS FAMILIAR WITH THE SUBJECT CREATES MARKET And Take? From the Farmer I j Gram in Any Quantity For the .{eli Ca?fc. "hvTbo following.pointe,answering,the nucetion "srhy , % grain, e.eyajpr.for rAndorson'',baye bean prepared,by one ? f om I Uar wUh. |K"?%*%oWfc MSi flt qf thoa o who may be Interested In tbs iPTpJeot1I1bnt>;Whp..,ftre, Bp^as. far ,tt)lilar ,wlth:tbetP9alUon as, they^wpuw ; ^?P?.toupet,t'u p|ia ut "cos? wt.}.a> ? . tf.u-Ai:?r?4fe tWWoruperfo^.?e fpnot?pn ot^lna ^ft,t?a^ft?he{hfir ?Seat*,*^.,;b?H^ ktbfr vfjp^from, the^ts^er^te'.sms.n q?mz . Jtffles.?Or JUr<T.e,)te# ^nc^,p>r.,ja5..UM^ a?, thMaWWP* ?afroj,, #*4AVr,?tprr j cy. samo for him at cost o? el BO buy lal tjiTOiJmmsdJote?y, upon dejivory^ ; mm* o<m sSil ?a orpduct locally * ?pd elsewhere ot-pr?tent market vaines. It brings to the community ?rain buyers; who bid and buy the grain, paying cash, tor it , ii arados, cleans, dries, eacke,...

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. — 1 December 1914

TUESDATf AND FRIDAY, Weekly, Established I860} DnJIy, Jab. 18, 1911. ANDERSON, S. C, TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 1, 1914. PRICE $i.50 THE YEAR RUSSIAN GUNS ARE SPREAD 1NG DEATH AMONG GER MAN ARMIES / GERMANS HAVE NOT GIVEN UP According to Berlin Statement Saying Germans Have Re commenced Attacks. ! (By Associated Pi From tho tangled skein of official and unofficial versions of fighting in Russian Poland it still 1b Impossible to extract the thread of verity. Ex cept that the Russians and the Ger mans continue their great ntrugr? for supremacy between the Viatuln and the War ta rivers nothing is known. Field Marshal yon Hlndenburg?his new title was bestowed on him on the battle .field for his protection of - the eastern frontlet?in a general Order issued at Thorn declared his.troops have brought to a standstill, "tho of fensive; of the numerically superior Russian army." He announced also the capture of more than 60,000 pris oners and some 350 ; guns of furious classes. The order Quote...

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. — 1 December 1914

H* DEPOSIT Y With us, and then we will lend : Interest Paid < The Farmers and ~w r am The Farmers Lo r - ANDERSC Combined Resource* a Little tl * ODR Dili lit E. A. Smyths, N. U. Nnlliynn, J. F? Wntson, J. D. Hammett, H. A. Orr, . J. J. Major, Thos. , Jackson, J. R. Yam; THIRTY-TWO WILL PAY INCOME TAX IN 1914 ON TOTAL INCOME OF OVER I NINETY-TWO THOUSAND DOLLARS B IG INCREASE! Over Receipt? Ifrpm This Source | . Over previous Year?-Their l \ . Names. Thirty-two persons In Anderson county have made income tax returns for the year 1914, according to eta* t Is tics compiled in the 'office or County Auditor Winston Bmttb, These thirty-two persons, as against 18 who paid income taxes last year, win contribute tax upon ? total in aome of ?92.687, the amount npon which revenue was paid last year be?1 lag $84.181. The total tax ta bo paid upon in comes this year amounts to $1,024.84. The,amount paid last year was $941.13. . Tax Ib paid upon Incomes upon the following scale: $3,500 to 16,...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 1 December 1914

I L m i I State Supervisor c Writes of Vis Finds Schools in Flourishing; Cond derson County Are Willing Education of 'Anderson county is so rich in re sources, 1b so well populated with white people, and has been progres sing so well recently in school af fairs, that I was especially anxious to visit the county and take suffi cient time to see all portions of it," said Luco Gunter, state supervisor of Rural schools, who returned to Colum bia yesterday, after spending two weeks In Anderson. Investigation of school reports by Mr. Gunter showed that there is an enrollment of 10.818 v/hite children with a teaching force of 289 in 91 separate schools. During the present scholastic year there is a total avail able school revenuo of $150,397.20. ^Figures like these give, one an idea of the vasthess" of the school work In, Anderson county," said Mr. Gunter. Progress in school affairs is shown in many! instances by the interest manifested on the part of the taxpay ers. The special tax receip...

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. — 1 December 1914

?kT MON INTELLIGENCE!! . FOUNDED AUGUST 1,18M. U 126 NorUi Halo Street ANDEB80N, H, C. W. W. H M oak, Edltor and Bub. Mgr L. M. GLENN.City Editor PHBLPS 8A8SEEN, Advertising Mgr T. B. GODFREY.Circultfloa Mgr.] BL ADAMS, Telegraph Editor and Foreman. - Entered ao second-class matter Ap ril 28, 1914, at the pest office at An derson, South Carolina, under the Act c-f March 8,187?. TELEPHONES Editorial and Business Office.8211 Job Printing.??3-L | SUBSCRIPTION RATES Semi* Weekly, One Yesr .............,..,.fl.60| Six Months . .75 DsOy Qne Year .,..15.00 Six Months .2.60 Three Months .*.?.. 1-25 Tho intelligencer Is dellTored by carriers In the city. If you fall to get your paper rogularly please notify OS. Opposite your name on tho label of your paper Is printed date to which our paper is paid. At> checks and 'drafts should bo drawn to The Anderson Intelligencer. oooooooooooooooooooo a? o ONLY u 'ho 4? 21 More Shopping ^ Dsqra Before X'mas. , % I ?ooooooooooooooooooo * * j I- - - - r...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 1 December 1914

" Boiia-fide reductions p\l ove| ttie More Shoes includedm this :Gr*^$0p~ n VIA' ,!'<' ? 4 ? T .il M U li 'T'T pair oJ pression Shoe Sale. >s and Save the Difference" Contest For Vacancy at Annapolis Was Held in Columbia Friday. Sixteen young men from various parts of South Carolina contested in Columbia Friday - for appointment by Senator E. D. Smith to the vacancy at large In the United States naval academy. The "examination was held at the University of South Carolina. ThoBe who stood , the examination are aa follows : . . , I A. B. Alexahuer,1 Spartanburg; W. W. Martin, Blackville; Samuel B. Ray, Denmark; J. W. Folk, Bamberg; W. R.. Cothrau, Jr., Greenwood; J. A. Mood, Jr.', Summer ton; W. M. Black well. Marlon; J. L. Wyatt, Easley; W. A. Rice, Union; C. ?. Qulrolla, Char leston ; D. G.Lenolr, Horatio; C. T. Hunter, Trenton; George Carrington, Spartanburg; J. W. Conyers, Tim monsville; L. C. Boineau, Charleston; W. L. Law, Jr., Rock Hill. From among these a principal and t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 1 December 1914

/nnrullng HouKO Parly. ^,_j?ibb Lois Jackson is entertaining I 'at her home in Iva Miss HesBie Trip pett of Spartunburg and the following wock-end party from hero: MIsb Al berta, Hrock, Miss Kuth Fretwell, Wil lie Marshall, Eugenn Watson, Hufus Hill, Clarence Heutty, Louis Ledbet ter und 'i'hos. P. Cartwrlght Pant's Christmas Reception. A'charming affair for the coming) week Is the Kant ChrlBtmas reception, which will be held on Tuesday at1 Kant's Hook Store. This store has always been a pop ular rendezvous for Andorson shop pers, and they havo planned this de lightful occasion for the pleasure of their host of friends. From noon till 10 o'clock on TucBday, the public Is cordially invited to visit their store, and they expect to make it a very de lightful occasion. -,. Mrs,J. Ti. fJray Entertain*. The second of a series of charming little informal partie? being given by1 Mrs. Louis Cray was given on Wed nesday afternoon at her homo on East Orr street This was another little newlng p...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 1 December 1914

REMOVi Ova lease on cur present q 1ST, 1915, and we will have t We are offering special Pianos and Organs in the State Unusual prices on square j. HERE AREA FEW ? SQUARE ?hlckerug ...$ SjOO CMckering. 20.00 OltG Peloubet-ft Pelt on.$ 5.00 Peloubet..' 10.GO These i ne 1'im en to are ha g tice on. These paces are for C. A. Reed Fiai Established 1871 O O O O O O o ? o .o ooooooo o HONEA PATH SCHOOL o o . o ooooooo o o o oo o o o oo Tho pupil ? after i having completed the first term examinations have In deed enjoyed the Thanksgiving holi days to their utmost, and nro much more enabled to give better work this week: On Thursday afternoon the. two basket' ball teams, the "Reds" and .the "Blues", or the High School played a close' match - game at which a large number of the public were present to witness. The game was a very excit ing one at the last,, and*, at the close of.-the last half the two sides were tied- by the score of. 18. But the game proceeded,until the "Reds" broke,the tie, ...

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. — 1 December 1914

Look* READ, BUY, SMILE! S rounds Parched Coffee $1.00 10 pound Hucket Lard 25 pound Sack Sugar $1.50 Royal Flour $6.00 Terms Spot Cash For This Week Only. W, A. POWER nrrr, 1,.. . .. ^ -212 Si-Main. LARGER MUTUAL BENEFIT DIVIDENDS! Substantial Increase Over Regular] Dividends Credited in 1914 Is jfade for 101.? RECORD OF LAST SEVEN YEARS! In 1013 Company Declared $86?,00o| Special Dividend?Remarkable Scries of Achievements. Another Increase in' dividends by tho Mutual Benefit Lifo Insurance Company is announced in the follow ing letter to agents, signed by Prenl ddnt Frollnghuyson: "The rogular dividends to bn cre dited to premium paying policies ! (pxcopt five year term policies) upon their anniversaries in 1915 will show a' substantial increase over the regular dividende credited in 1914. Such in crease results from the fact that it has become unnecessary for the Com pany to retain for- expenses and con tingencies as largo a portion of that p?rt of the stipulated premiums pro vide...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 4 December 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 GERMANS ESCAPE NET OF CZAR'S MEN WITH PRISONERS BIG BEAR VICTORY IS NOW DENIED Allies Are Expected to Resume Offensive in the West Soon. (By- Associated Pres?.) LONDON, Dec. 2.?Belgrade, until the outbreak of the war, Servia's ip ital, was occupied today by Austrian troops. iThe Servians previously had evacuated the city. Thus, on the 66th anniversary of the reign of Emperor Francis Joseph, who again is reported seriously 111, and four months after the outbreak of the war, his generals report one of the most important successes they have obtained. Belgrade frequently was bombard ed early in the war and but for the necessity that compelled Austria to send troops against Russia, must have fallen easy prey to Servia's big neigh bor. Apparently Austria mlscalc the nature of the' Servian-op. and only after Bosnia was Invade? she send a s...

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. — 4 December 1914

M*?Ft?i|Upa (iad Sow sels ^>'??iB? , forbore 1' f Mr. W. R. ^Hlps,tJr.. 139 More land Ave.. Atlanta, Georgia, writes: "1 had the catarrh and stomach trouble, tor more than five years, and 1 faithfully tried all tho medicines I saw advertised, and found they'all lolled to our? me. 1 then heard of Perund. I purchased six bottles, and after their use I soon discovered. that X was well, safe and sound- I now weigh two hundred'and ton -pounds, and baye, noyer been sick, since I took JPerijrih, It Kurely hi the best medicine tor colds, nton-inch trouble and catarrh ttiqt l over Heard, of," . IOTICE All' the H?uataea of Flat Rock Bap tist and Presbyterian Church will please;meet Saturday morning at 9 o'clock at tho church to transact business regarding cemetery ? : W. 0. WEBB, J.- _Chairman. KODAK FINISHING w^th. patlafaotion guaranteed- . Films I developed/ ?0c, prints'-2c,'3c mid 4c eflfth. All work finished within twon-I ty-four houre. ' All helpers profos-' alonnl men- Mail ua ope f...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 4 December 1914

1 Out Delivery Service! Our wagons are al ways at your service and we will fill your wants at any time on short notice. We deliver anything from a can of spice to, a barrel of flour. If you are interested in securing the best groceries at right prices and always de; livered promptly, just leave, or 'phone yo?r orders here. Quality reigns su preme here?but price is watched very' care carefully, too. We will be pleased to have a share of your orders. And we trust that you will pardon us when we say: "We believe that you will be pleas ed with our jgroc?ries and service." Ideal Grocery Co. 309 N. Main St., ANDERSON, S. t Phone 471. :' 1 Broken Lenses TOUS We have a comolete Lens Grinding Plant. Glasses left with us in the morn ing will be re?dy for you in the evening. M. R. Campbell Registered Optometrist Q Office 112 W. Whitner St. Ground F?c, nr. Telephone Connection. mm 1 .Special Holiday offer,; in ?lubs of three dozen Phb Ltos 50c. p*h? largest: and best pic ^turf for the money, j ...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 4 December 1914

?UE ANDERSON INTELLIGENCER FOUNDED AUGUST 1, I860, IM North Main Street ANDERSON, 8. C W. W. 8MOAK, Editor and Bos. Mgr L. M., OLK?^N.city Editor | PHELP8 8A8BEEN, Advortlolng Mgr T. B. GODFREY,....Circulation Mgr. BL ADAMS, Telegraph Editor and foreman. Baterod-a* second-class matter Ap ril 28, 1914, at the post office at An derfon; South Carolina, under the Act of March 1,1871._ TELEPHONES Editorial and Business Office..2211 lob Printing.093-Lj SUBSCRIPTION BATES ?..-. Semi* Weekly One Tear .11.601 Six Months .76] Ban> One Year .15.00 Six Months '.2.50 Three Months. 1-26 - [ The Intelligencer is delivered by carriers In the city. If you fail to get your paper regularly please notify us. 'Opposite your name on the label of your paper i* printed date to which our paper is'paid. AU checks and drafts should? be drawn to The Anderson Intelligencer. oooooooooooooooooooo ; ONLY ?" f I C't.i < More Shopping / \ ; Days % Before XW \ ' o o o o o oooooooooooooooo * ' ' 'I ii TTr*?" " "...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 4 December 1914

At Bargain Prie ordinary kind ti ally offered a guaranteed She our stock of? GOOD FO Ladies' Shoes* v $3.50, at - Ladies' Shoes, * up to $2.50, Men's shoes ths to $5.00 pair, 9 and $1.98. Boyis' Shoes, $1. In these lots yo for every purpoi Dress Shoes, H out-door Shoes. If you need a C or Hat you can C?M E TC 9 o o o o o b' O 0 o o o ' TOT\ VILLE KEVT8 o ; o o p .o o o o o o - o O O O O O O O I ^TOWNVlLLB. Dec. 1.?Last evening s at seven, o'clock, John Asbury Gaines [ Uicd et his home hero after a linger ing illness of some'weeks. Mr. Guinea Was born .near Calhoun and ntte his I marriage to'Miss-Susan Cox ho. moved h ".re and has made his home hero for 45 years. He .leaves a wifo and five children, two children have preceed v Od him. Funeral took place this af ternoon nt three -o'clock from the rosbycerinn church, services >eing conducted by Rove. Hoi lings vor th and Hawkins. ,Rev. W. 8. Myers has returned fromj ?umto'r whero he has been' in attend anco of the South Carolina Con...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 4 December 1914

Ar $30,000.01) Stock of Brand New -to-Wear, Shoes, Notions, ing, Overalls, Rain Coats, HAVING opened this store with Brand New Merchandise, anticipating ? good F?ll and Winter business, hut on account of the War, unseasonable weather and the depression in the Cotton market, we find ourselves OVERSTOCKED in all lines, hence our decision to GET ACQUAINTED with the people AT ONCE, and to do this properly and without lurthier delay, we propose to ACQUAINT the people with the class of merchandise we sell and at PRICES which will make them LASTING FRIENDS of this store. I Dress Goods-All of the Newest Shades i PLAID Ratine, 25c value at per yard..19c Honey Comb Suiting, while it last, at per yard. .29c Cotton Serges, all colors, ^5c grade at per yard..19c Shephard Checks, 25c grade, at per yard. ...12 l-2c Cotton Dress Goods in Brocades, Cross bar effect and stripes at per yard.. -.10c Poplins and Reps, $25 values, Saturday only, per yard.19c ^ 44-inch Serge,$1.00 values, all colors, spec...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 4 December 1914

.iiw^i^t-ji.Hsiyi^iA'U?., KT. ?-?-V-^r Dr. David Starr Jordan of Inland Stanford University is a friend of all nations'. He ? knows them. ' Ho is a friend of humanity, .for .he knows It. As a student of history ?lad an advo cate of, peace he la held in. honor* the world; oyer. In presenting Doctor. Jordan's masterful analysis outbreak', of the present war, which was that v/o should '"guard the farmer's interests and spell out the meaning of 1 this chaos;" ' And; Indeed, at a time like this all of Ub heSd the guidance auch minds asj Doctor Jordan's can give. Yod Will also b*. Interested In Doc tor Jordan's' latest book, "War's Af termath," published by llougbtoa Mlffin Company, Boston. In this work Docttor Jordan shows the effect of our own Civil War oh the manhood of the country. The results of the present' conflict will stand'as the fulfillment, of the prophecy which this book has now become.; . | The' two demands of the farmer. on i his government are security and Jus tice. - In w...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 4 December 1914

/His I iip! GET A PIANO .FOR. CHRISTMAS Little eyes will brighten, sober faces will smile, the whole family circle will be drawn closer in bond of Merry Christmas under the charm of music from your own piano. .For your selection we ?fter a great assort ment of some of the very best pianos made. We have a piano for every taste, at a price for every pocket book. We BUY DIRECT for CASH, and Can SELL CHEAPER than the OTHER FEL LOW who does NOT BUY for Cash. Call and let us demonstrate this state ment to YOUR entire SATISFACTION. K. M. Patterson, Mgr., No. 130 Benson St. -MISS ALMA ELGIN DEAD Died Very Suddenly nt Home of Her i Hinter In Helton Monday Night. BELTON. Dec 1.?Miss Alma Elgin died at the homo of her Bister, Mrs. V. W. Dun lap, laBt night at 12:30 o'clock. Her death was indeed a shook ?? her many friends. For the past few cars she has been a resident of Bel ton, but for many years held tho po sition as matron at Connie-Maxwell Orphanage in Greenwood, where she made numerous f...

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