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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 18 January 1914

Devotedto the Upbuilding of Belton and ViciirfTy.aTnt_ a Medium for Cornmunicaiing News and Adveptlslna. it ?lill i!i!iuiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiii!iii!iiiiiiiniiiiniimiiiiniimiiiii.?iiiiiiiH^ DONALD & WIL m Belfcore's iiiiniiii We sell nothing that is [not fully guaranteed by ourselves,a Iso th? manu facturers, so you take no 'risk in buying anything Jwesell. ,? We would er have a satis fied customer than your mon ey. We are headquarters for high class toilet goods such as Mary Garden Houbigant, Hudn uts. Colgates Nadine and all the rest. .ft*..*., fl I' ( . I S? ft"** <i??J ,ev ?ta I a HC ? l l^lhave come to l$#t^^ all to come^n and see us audjgive^us** -Httk PG youi* business and see how wie?i we can take care of your wants, and we are sure you will soon be like some two hundred customers who are now givhig us the large end of their wants. Leave your prescrip tions with us and they will be filled with the purest drugs that money can buy, and compound ed by a licensed drug g...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 18 January 1914

the Anderson Daily Intelligencer lit Xerth Mali? ?treat ANDEIiSO.N, H. C. . Eat f red According to Act of Cob* tr*M ?* Second ? la?i Mail Matter at too PostoMre at ABdersoB, 8. C. . . - Fnhllvfced Er try Morals* Except Moaday fttfel-Weehly Edlthm oa Tuesday aud Friday Morning* Member of Um* A**otIated Press and Beeriv tag foiapletc Dully Telegraphic ' Barr lee. A larger Uroulutlcu Than A ay Oth> er Newspaper in Thin Congressional | District. ??M fer Six Meat**; fl.^ for Three Mining. e?si-r7eeUy Edition ? $1.0? per Afta**; 3? real* fer Six Month*; 60 ?ggf? ter Four Mentha, IN ADVANCE The Intelligencer is delivered by ' ~ " i camera iu iu*> city. If y9U fail to S?H,' 5?tt"*~?W"...I?r. '^"Miot your paper regularly please notify I jLA Iam Ulw ^ ?41**1 ?ttl a# ? iah frkaao 1 as. Opposite your name oa label I Of your paper 1"'printed date to which fOgr paper Is-paid. All checks and drafts should be drawn to The An dereon IntelllKeocer. ?TATE SUNDAY SCHOOL CONVENTION t - ' Ian It?re...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 18 January 1914

New Spring Hats , -A<v . ; Just Received From the Style Center, Embracing the Popular Colors. Seal Browns, Knox Greys, Light Blue Artichokes and Greens. 4 Knox Beacon Felt I Soft Hafco full of what the I yo?ng m?? ?all? "pep.,? A SM I more dignified description \ would be smart. The styles are well suited to young and middle ages, and contes in five distinct colors at $3.00 ? I \V(e wish to point out that"not only is your money absolutely safe when behind our thick walls and strong locks, but also that the GOODj NAMES of men of high standing and financial responsi bility are also behind our bank. We stick strictly 10 SAFE, sound banking business; v.-e do not inciulge-in unsafe specu'arior. We warn cur custowori against far-away risky investments. Lc? us build up our own cniwrunily. f Make OUR Bar.k YOUR bank We pay 4 per cent, int?r?t quarterly. PEOPLES BANK, - - - - - -Anderem,S.C. .. LOOK SHARRe. Seize the opportuilit?ea as they pass, if you want to make money. We make a transf...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 18 January 1914

We put on sale a few d ozen brand new; id'd'y Blouses m* That other stores sell i%f $1.25 and $\.~^ at en T5T 4 1.00 TWr?e diff?rent styjes to select from and reach styl? prettier and newer ? than you'll see at arty other place ; made of the , ? very best white Drills, I "prettily tHrrniied with ? red and blue galatea and braid, also-sahd-wlttte. Sizes up to 20 Years - Voo ought fe*ee this line right off , so as^o&et size'and style. H?. iRememberj we've gi>t jjji the prettiest white g??f??' , ^inghams;; percales, .etc. Come in and look ^i&3SnW^hlrigs. ? ? Mr. Reed Miller andl?? Grand Piano intheir restai on Monday | ev?n?hg si A&deraon College.^ ."TF te ?MfflMfcft*!^ ??d mujffci?na. .~ We are sole representatives for the Knaba Piaao in C ?. Reeg Piano ?^i^^ga? ^ 115-117 North? Ufagtecetr Abates, 6. C. Talk of the town $15.00 G^&ii^?Pt?te AVOID INDIGESTION Digestion begins in the MOUTH: Good Teeth I are ^essential to Good Health. Our Special Prices: Plates . ..j&am...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 18 January 1914

I ?ef*; the building on North main ?tre$t nor o?cii?ic? by the Elite Cafe, has been leased hn^, an* ; will b^^onVert ftd intr. a MODERN, UP-TO-DATE* n To be opened between tftV 1st and 10th of February. ...WORK.. Commences Monday morning, remodelling the entire building. the front will b?' so. arranged that during hot weather it will be comparatively open, which will give per fect ventilation. , }(- .. >; >...'V?t THEATRE WILL BE SANITARY IN EVERY RESPECT, :-: :-: :-: WATCH THIS SPACE from DAY TO DAY FOR FULfc ^PARTICULARS: ... ? M Pil?tctAtl l~lw i? ! I display they s,h^j?j^feejd^s^ned ^ pl^ce the. li^ht p^Jh^ I. roods and not iti th? ^ IJ National X?Ray reflectors .are deserted, exclusively } for window lighting, ?nd the merchant will. h?ve:no dir- .? 1 (iculty in selectfnrone which will correctly an? feconhml c*l?*tfu?to^;.?8 windows. m. ; j71a^?^?1 - ' r > 'in ?r y) i ThfrTr i ,v <tn 'mti i^fWiLj i iiiiii ii;iiiiilliMiiWiiii^miiiii t>lf?vWi%i&^ N? doubt youhrf...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 18 January 1914

OCHAL M Im Barton Entertained. Mies Nell Barton entertained her sewing club and ihe Limestone club Tuesday afternoon ot ber liome on 'alhmiti atr*?t In honor r.f llirv? at. tractlve brides. Mrs. Harleston Bar ton. Mrs. Eddie Barton and Mrs. .1. Levis Banders. miss Barton's home was uuusually attractive on this occasion. Quantities of polnsettas and ferns were used to brighten the rooms. A delicious salad cobrse was served. The gueeta at this delightful party were Mrs. O. W. Ouid, Mrs. Lee Sanders, Mrs. .1. o. Senders, Mrs. W. 0. Sanders, Mrs Jim Cralf, Mre. Prank Barton, Misses Bessie Major. Viola ?uckett. Jean Karris, Myrtle Burriss, Miriam Lee. Eva Trlbble. and the honor?es. A Surprise Party. One of the most enjoyable events of the week was the surprise party given to Misses Sylvene and Lois Muiiikin at tiitdr home Friday night The bouse' was beautifully decorated with ferns and cut flowers. The guesta were entertained with music and cards. Those enjoying this delightful party wer...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 20 January 1914

I VOL. 1 NO. 7. . Weekly, Established 1860; Dally, Jan. is, Iii?. ANDERSON, S. C. TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 20, 1914. PRICE FIVE CENTS. $5.00 PER ANNUM, ? SEVEN KILLED IN THREE PRISONERS, ARMED, MADE A DASH FOR LIBERTY. WERE SHOT DOWNl Among The Civilians Kille?! Was! A Format* Federal Judge. (By Associated Press) M'Aloster, OUla., Jan. 19?Seven per sons, were, killed and one injured-dur las; a battle at the State peuatenttary here today when three prisoners with pistols made a dash for liberty. The dead: John R. Thomas, Musko cee former United States district judge] and formerly a congressman from R-j iiseis; I>. C. Oakes, deputy warden; F. C. Oodfrey, storehouse sergeant; THE LIVE STOCK MEN I ILL GATHER TODAY Trades Day Meeting Wfll be Ad-| by J. T. Watt and B.M.Aull. Farmers from eveFy part of Ander son county will be present Tuesday to take an active part In the meeting of the executlvo committee and town ship commissioners of live stock as sociation. This association holds mo...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 20 January 1914

EXCHANGE YO?SS APIA! If You Aie ?ntere We Will Exiai? G?T STARTED NO' 'i^ssday, January 1? l#l*?-Ths A* eerson Itellgencsr wu brought out as a 4*41?, paper. In.ths some issue we sj^Sbsc ?ist we would conduct a young ladloB* contest and would give tbe ladles of this state a chance to help ear paper and also ein some valuable prices for themselves. The news o' the liberal offer has borders of the State. It'has attracted the attention of thousands of the states best people, and many of whom bar* pomlnated> themselves or their > friends. The Dally Intellbjencer ex ' pects tobe talkett t*out a great deal be tween now and the close of the con test, and after that time to bs known aa aas of the leading Dailies of the south. This contest has been launched by Vas Intelligencer as a combined cir sutettch- and advertising campaign. We went to have the people of all; see-: ti*a*>?f ttos State ?car rri^es. and see knew this could be most effectively eotflflby the energetic efforts of th...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 20 January 1914

PAGE ^1?../,. , n, ...i,!^. to the Upftulldtng of P IVIedium lo^ n arid V?clifa?ty, an?t m !. 'Thirty acrej Field of Cotton.on farm or W. H. Tolllson, Piedmont, 8L PANY'S Fertilizers ..Mr. TolHson. is one. of, the thousand, of satisfied custo ! your dealer for odr gocd3 and accept n ?oubr.titute. . ( . . A better Fertilizer will produce aj>etter crop. "UNION BRANDS" f^est plautora in your own county their superior "crop producing" qualities. ft ?'l * - V ' ' < * SsdOJ. I Budge**WRagsflaheV Pe'lieK * f x Hampton .Mercantile Co; Piedmont. 'Bennett Mr.rcsstile to, .l^nsley.^ . jVtctot Mercantile Con WUUamston, [ f\ F ??o*,?drc?aTflb3.: f 11 ' *TAV fj. B. irbotbtt, Sandy Springs. and many other dealers in Anderson, Greenville and Bickens counties.. For rcseutatlvc at Anderson, Mr. R. E. Burriss or address UNION GUANO COMP b Strong Serviceable, Safe. inpHE most reliable lantern f?? *w a^le^StXpng light, jls easy to lfffht and rewi?k. It won't b|?w ou^fvvon^.l?afe, ajid won't sm?jce...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 20 January 1914

THE AffSERSON INTELLIGENCE! m Berth. Bals Stresi AHPIBSOH, S. C. WIUUAJI Ulli, - - 1A1U W. W. Util, ?trimai Maaegs . .later** Aseerdlag to Ast of Con ? ii mm Am*mm* flaas BTafl u.".-\tt?r u I ?I Aaaanoa, 8. g. PakUshs* Bvsry Bors lag Exeei Bondsy EOtloa ? friaay Manias* Weekly Bdttioa Ta**lay an Bail/ Etitlaa-4AJ# per annuiu *U? ttr Mlz Montas? IL? far Tar, Heath*. aOB^?s?!r I titles ? $1J* pr Aaasaa. il ?dato fer fix Benthos 6 ***** tor E?ar Bs at**, IS ADTAJC1 BssilW *f the Associated Press en Bascivtog Cesipleta Dslly Telegraphl A target Ctreatottsa Than Aay Oth er Bewies*** ta Tilt Coagreasiesa latelligenoar is delivered b> to Ua olty. If yon toll U U vaer paper regularly, please notir (jspesfts yoar ssxDe oa l?b? ?f roar saper la printed datotowhlc Mr raser to paid. All checks an< trafts sfcsel? ba draws to The Ar terse* tatotripsafliir. Sf '."I'.Si"!-^ JJ'.U?t -^Ji ' ttl?eil 1*08 TODAY. h??e meat that canna eat, And same would sat that want it; Bat we haa meat and we can...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 20 January 1914

Progressive Bankers Invite Your j_Patronage We urge those who have not yet smarted a bank account with us to ST?RT one. Those ^no are already our customers know the value of always; keeping their bank balance growing. Money put into our bank right here at home stays in our ovVH'com'm?nity; and this helps develop it and hel|>s everybody to prosper. Why^ send money away when we can increase the value of OUR OWN property by building up our own towri? Make OUR B.u.k YOUR bank We pav 4 per cent intermit quarterly. PEOPLES BANK, -.Anderson, S. C. ejfejiepHsjeeeeia^^ ?ppH s^reeaJ has made a emarkable increase in its business dur ing the past year, \ , .\ There is ? reason for this, ?rTus with a pojr?. tion of your business now?later you will give us BJf,}\ ...We Pay Interest on Savings.* Ji H.-anearsonT*a??s?^^ ?? nhmwSuCiSi?u : * I ijf&.-.;- -- u. Waoae combined! resources iure a little the rise of One MiSlios "pvfl&rs cure iaHd^ig. c? naosfe new accounts ev er/ day than ever b...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 20 January 1914

WE FIT YOU M ID $4 93 *> THE FOOTO? GE?SBERG BJ Our J ?bsrsts'nt thSSSMlVM m ?t the s ?lit air of e the j*tT elalmlsg c^s* goo* the mi r quality refinemtht m. i ..pi - - - I.,.., i . Aiiuera??i uas iio. t ffogl? haro began '.Uara that tbe>y caa get their eye? That they can gpt glaises fitted better. Teat theyf get tnore service, a re, honest deal'every' come to ay offlice , ' HOT keep comple^?ir ^U|, whs all the time, ilo net * your eyes too long wbea you strain them when1 reading or sing. Oet glasses, a?t?fr. St once. ?SS . get teetn from nie ff. you want Wh? satisfied. DR. L M. CRArtcfAir* fSlea ever Evans* Phavuaey. Va. t, * * ASSESSOR, ft? <?, fILE THE BUYING IS GOOD ?wrTwic?Yeeijy Sale will save you. The BestJWakes of Shoot offered a?^ price 3 no low it |j?ES COMPETITION VVON D?R' ?&ft$ [M YejrV 8*oe* ?US .00 Men's Shoes $4J?0 .00 MeVs Shoe* $3.25 .50 M?n'? Shpes $2.75 .00 Ito^rgeoea $2.65 ?AP? WAY. ROS. Shoe Co. 3NIC TEMPLE? ' _ f SATISFY. =33 ittt Is to be the"'f...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 20 January 1914

The bu?kD??* North mai? Street no* oecnnlM tay the Elite Cafe, has been leased to me, and will be convert ed into a MODERN, UP-TO-DATE I e Theatre To be opened between the 1st and 10th of February, eee WORK... STARTED MONDAY MORNING, REMODELLING THE ENTIRE BUILDING. THE FR?jNT ' WIX BE SO ARRANGED THAT DURING HOT WBATHBR IT WILL BE COMPARATIVELY OPEN, WHICH WILL ;QIVB PER FECT VENTILATION. Positive] THIS THEATRE WILL BE SANSTAtY IN EVERY RESPECT. >: >; V: WATCH THIS SPACE PROM DAY TO DAY FOR FULL PARTICULARS. ?. M. Pinks! the motion picture man it The prope* IhrliHnj? of show windows has, heen' a. problem with most merchants, i. eV, lightrns: then* in a way which win display the Mekuhandise ?ntS not his LIGHTING FIXTURES. Wfiil? the %htinj f?rturi? are absolutely necessary for the proper ifehtm* of ffclr display they should be designed to place the light on the Soods and not in theses of persons ijookinj^|p^^>in* ows. National X-Ray reflectors are d?signe* exclusively for w...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 20 January 1914

Ail JL%ML* NDAY M ? WRITE~% AT F ill 1JL JALrJL RN1NG, JANUARY 19TH, AND / UNTIL SJaTURD/ Y, JANUARY 31st. This Sale without a doubt is by far the great l?O^w^ Hi you will find ade Dependable Merchandise bought especially for this Sale at prices far below "ri . ?" ).:iii,,jic newest materials fer Spring White Goods fojf <|>8irity f?^?0j^0k^'i0^ tnmming same, Linens and Towels, ?lkSp Mus?in and most elaborate that has ever been held in the State* The Saving on each and every item mentioned is from 25 to 33 per cent. Every item mentioned is exactly as represented. COME EVERY DAY. :: :: I VOL. 1 NO. 7. . Weekly, Established 1860; Dally, Jan. is, Iii?. ANDERSON, S. C. TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 20, 1914. PRICE FIVE CENTS. $5.00 PER ANNUM, ? vi uwnii sa? r?me??ai la? 0a the St Pl>mar*iIcM!>? tr\V the. Yis\\Mnm ryt m tftld day for the publicschools at An? dersou county ara progressing splen didly. 1. 8. Pel ton. . Superintendant of the Anderson county schools, amid Mondaytbat he...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 21 January 1914

THE ANDERSON DAILY INTELLIGENC VOL. 1-NO. 8. ^reeklj, Established 1860; Daily, Ja* 18, 1ML ANDERSON, S. C. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 21. 1914. PRICE FIVE CENTS. $5.00 PER ANNUM* BLEASE TURO SWEEPING INVESTIGATION OF THE INSANE ASYLUM WAS ORDERED BY LEGISLATURE Tillman Wrote a "Confidential" Letter to a Friend, Making Ac cusations Against Bleasc, and Th? Latter Demands Inves tigation. (By the Associated Press.) Coli?nibia, S. C., Jon. 20.-Investi gation of the State Hospital for the Insane was ordered today by the South Carolina General Assembly, following tho receipt cf u sensational message from Gov. Blease enclosing a copy of a personal lotter which tho governor said was written by United States Senator B. It. Tillman and malled under a government frank. Th? order directing the in vestigation -was cu'vjodied in a con current resolution. Gov. Blease said in his message that Senator Tillman, In his letter, referred to an alleged attempt to oust Dr. J. W. Babcock, superinten dent of...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 21 January 1914

nu QIIQ un uuuu DECLARES THAT THE WORK! BEEN UNDESIRABLE PG? ICY OF ADM NOT TO INJU] Washington, Jan. 20.-President I Wilson personally laid before a joint I session of Congress today the fundr- I -eointal princ'mrs of the Democratic I administration's program for dealing I erith trust* and "big business." The I President presented the c?se, he said, I "as 5t lies in the thought of the coun- I tot," reiterating "that private mo- I istpoly is indefensible and intolera- I ble,*' and declaring that conscientious I boam*** men throughout tbs nation I would not bo satisfied until practic?n I BOW deprecated by public opinion as I restraints of trade and commerce I .were corrected. ,rWb are now about to write the I *?ddltionnl article? of cur constitution I ?rf peace," said the President, "tho I peace thatfiB honor and freedom and I asides suggesting the scope of I legislation, the President made a per- I ,aon?l appeal for an atmosphere of I ^sndQineBs and co-opcration in Con- I gres* whil...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 21 January 1914

DECLARES THAT THE WORK)] BEEN UNDESIRABLE POLICY OF ADM NOT TO INJUI Tb* Antagonism Between Business Declares. Business Methods Tb? 1 Washington, Jan. 20.-President : Wilson personally laid before a joint! Session of Congress today the fundn asantal principies Of the Democratic administration's program for dealing wk? trusts and "big business" The President presented the CASS, he said, "as it lies in the thought of th? coun try," reiterating "that private mo aopoly is indefensible and intolera ble?'1 and declaring that conscientious bas mess men throughout tbs notion would not be satisfied until practices sow, deprecated by publie opinion as restraints of trade and commerce Were corrected. '.We are now about to write the additional articles of our constitution sf peace." ?aid the President, "the peses that is honor and freedom and prosperity." Besides suggestlnr the scope of legislation, the President made s per sonal ' appeal for an atmosphere of ??jpsndliness ?nd co-operation in C...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 21 January 1914

-40 !*j M fjj '* ' '* ' ' : Hi""* .. Blp?ii, wSS3^? S, p. FRIDAY, January 10:00 A. M., Rain or Shine fa ? MUSIC BRASS BAND i . |i 'I" ' n " M ii i i i1 I . J i . 1 1 1 l S F?EE ! ?ll?ti hne Choice Lot. Bag o? GoM end SH vpr ami $S60 in Valuable Presents. OWN YOUR OWN HOME v----? 1 Choice L,ot, a bag of gold and silver and #300.00 in valuable pres ents and souvenirs will be given away free and whether a spectator or a buyer, your chance at the presents is the same, if you are on hand prompt ly at 10:00 A. M. This beautiful Tract, formerly the Latimer property, in the heart of ?f?ltbn, is now being subdivided anddeveloped in a high class mannell and has been consigned to us to be sold to the highest bidder ABSOLUTE LY REGARDLESS OF PRICE. ?^?kl;estate is the root of riches-the safest investment one can make ~-it bu rn ii*** csn't bl?v/i'2.,z,,a;" ih4ev^c C?i'**^ ??reaV in nicht and steal ?t|^^MS^UND TO INCREASE TN VALUE. ThepopuHition of South Carolina is increasing rapidly every day,...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 21 January 1914

-40 ?I?,... .? -. ? -40 Moore Woods'1 - rh "rn-"'^hi _. FRIDAY, January 10:00 A. M., Rain or Shine MUSIC BY F?N? BRASS BAND B ::f " ' FREE ! lififil IHM BM* GoW und S,! y/er and Itt Valuable . Ti un H Jij'i, 1 OWN YOUR OWN HOME 1 Choice L,ot, a bag of gold and silver and $300.00 in valuable pres ents and souvenirs will be given away free and whether a spectator or a buyer, your chance at the presents is the same, if you are on hand prompt ly at 10:00 A. M. . . This beautiful Tract, formerly the Latimer property, in the heart of ??lton, is now being subdivided arid; developed in a high class manner, and has been consigned to us to be sold to the nighest bidder ABSOLUTE LY REGARDLESS OF PRICE. Real estate is the root of riches-the safest investment one can make it won't;burn up, can't bl?w away, thieve can't break in at night and steal uVand.it IS BOUND TO ?ISCREASE IN VALUE. The population of South Carolina is.increasing rapidly every day, but there is not any more real estate being ...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 21 January 1914

THE ANDERSON INTELLI6ENCII Feaadsd IMO IM North Mala Street _ANDERSON, S. CL WILLIAM BARKS, ? - Edit? YT. W. SHOAKt > Bstlnsss Manag* . .LaUred According to Act of Con grata a? Second Claas Mall Matter a th? Poatoffiee at Anderson, 8. C. Published Every Morning Exeei> Monds* **ad. Weekly Edition OB Tuesday aa trida/ Mo'ninga Dall/ Edition- $5.00 per annun ?U0 fer Six Mooibal $lJt? for Thrr ?Patts. Boral. Weekly Edition - f UM pe \ naomi 74 cents for Six Monta? $ .'. '?wt? for Pour Months. IR ADVANCE ?.?aber ef the Asaoelated Press aa? Bestiring Completo Dally Telegraph!? A larger Circulation Than Any Otb ar Newspaper In This Congressiona District rae Intelligencer ie dal i fared by oavrrlers In the olly. If yon fall to get your paper regularly please notlt> ea Opposite your name on label J* your .paper la printed datetowblci few paper la paid. All checks am drafts should be drawn to The An ?trana Intelligencer. Washington, Jan. 20.-Forecast: South Carolina-Fair, colder west...

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