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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 15 August 1915

11 r*^ns ?Wnrna Uta ?UP f Ne^Fl ?Household Hints 1 \ Vwl I CGI C? ?*^0(^W_JWorld of Women! ?ti i?i iii iii afc Jul i iii li iii iti Ai*! Ji J Ai St it lilli**" TTTI I 1 I T ? . i T'|' . l TT" TTT1 I1111 I11 i S I SOC] Ilclialilful Party. Little Miss France? Baldwin wau tho charming little hostess fur a few friends yesterday at her home lu N. Anderson, lt waa a little spend-thc day party, and in the afternoon the little folks were carried to the pic ture Hhow. It was a very happy day for each one. Mis? Loplse Gjlmcr aud Master George McConnell have Returned from a visit of several weoks to relatives in Teuuessee. Mr. and MrB. G. W. Oulla have re turned from a trip to Pittsburg. Mrs. F. A. Arnold has returned to her home at Greenwood after a visit to her daughter, Mrs. S. Ii. Parker. Mrs. Parker acompanicd her motlier home. Miss Sara Spearman has returned from a visit to friouds in Westmin ster. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hamer havo gone to Cashers Valley to visit friends. Mr. Joe Major and h...

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. — 15 August 1915

An Absolutely ?iean Show PALMETTO This Week Positively This Is NOT a Burlesque Show MONDAY'S BILL "THE GIRL, THE MAN, THE MONEY" HIGH CLASS, COPYRIGHTED MUSICAL COMEDIES-CHANGE NIGHTLY "This Hutchinson's Musical Comedy Company comes to us recommended in the very highest terms, as a Strictly CLEAN show in every way. They do not put on any suggestive, or smutty stuff; but instead, they play copyrighted musical come dies, brim full of innocent fun and amusement. "We are here to give the people of Anderson the kind and character of amusements that they want; and as there are some who have criticised some of our Vaudeville shows, we will ask them in fairness to us, to see this show and then tell us frankly what they think of it." Every Actress "Wears a Dress or Gown. No Tights Every Statement in This Ad is Genuine Hutchison's Musical Comedy Co A. M. Pinkston, Proprietor Nothing Suggestive Durinr Wi NEGRO THIEF WAS CA?BHT WITH GOODS PLEAD GUILTY TO TWO CHARGES YESTER. ; DAY WANTTED TO SHO...

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. — 15 August 1915

TELLS CF SINKING BRITISH SHIP GOLIATH German Commander of Turkish torpedo Boat Gives Inter esting Account. Constantinople, Aug. 7.-(Associated Press Correspondence)-Vaptain-Lleu tenant Rudolph Firls. commander of thc Turkiish torpedo boat Muaveni which sent the British lineship Gol iat li to tlie bottom of Morto Bay off Sld-el-Bahr, in the Dardanelles, has told his onw full story of nts exploit to Th? Associated Press Correspon dent, amplifying with some interest ing detail;? the earlier accounts. Captain FlrL- ls a young man ot 33 years, hut looks no moro than 26. He is a Rhinelander, slight in build, and speaks English almost without for eign accent. The torpedo boat he commanded was one of four vessels of the same class which were transfer red from Gorman to Turkhh owner ship several years ago. Before her change in ownership she was known as the ".S-160." When asked to relate lils experience in sinking tho Goliath, Cnpta'.n Firle proceed with this straightforward matter-of-fact n...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 15 August 1915

Milk being the most essential food [M for the baby, the next question is a"where to secure the purest, the ^ freshest and most wholesome milk to be had?" W Discriminating mothers have J V- 1 found the solution by phoning 808, $ or "Watching for the White B .yj Vagon." They have satisfied them n selves as well as having added health if North Anderson Dairy g\? S. B. Elrod, Proprietor Phone 808. Farmers andi Merchants Bank and Farmers Loan and Trust Co. Will be pleased to cash one thousand notes running from ?25 to SI00 each that will be paid during the month of October and the first half of November. We want them paid at maturity. We are particular about that. We want them well endorsed. We are particular abo-.tt that too. We want to see what kind of company you keep. A man naturally asks his associates to endorse his notes-Birds of a feather flock to-! f \ H ia gether. If you can make up your mind to pay your note during the month of October or the lirst half of November, regardless...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 17 August 1915

?be Mirer VOLUME II. ANDERSON, S. C. TUESDAY MUKNING, AUGUST 17, 1915. MIIMRCD IO? BERLIN R SLAVS S FALLI BAVARIAN ARMY CROSSES BUG RIVER EAST OF SOKOLOW MACKENSEN ALSO REPORTS GAINS Balkans Skatioa Yet Uncertain But War'Premier of Greece Win? Victory. London, 'Aug. IC.-Berlin declares the left wing nf the Bavarian army lias fought Its way across the Bug River cast of Sokolow and fifty miles northwest of the Brcstlitovsk Une. This forms u slight wedge in the Hussian front which lias been virtual ly straight since the evacuation of Warsaw. Von Mackensen also reported push ing the Russians back along the Bug. Further west Von Hindenhcrg is credited with a successful attack on the advanced defenses of Kovno. as well as a successful attempt to break the Russian line between the Narew and Bug after, the Germans crossed the Norzew River. , .. i - This formed critical military news of the day, but attracted less attention here than did the diplomatic negotia tions In the (Balkans where the...

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. — 17 August 1915

CLASSIFIED COLUMN WAST ADVERTISING It AT KM Twcuty-flve words or ICHS. One Time ?.T> rents. Three Times CO cents, Sir 'lines $1.00. Ail advert1- .ment over twenty five words proruta for each ad ditional word. Hates on 1.000 words to li" used in a month mado on application. No advertisement taken for less than 25 cents, cash In ad vance. If your name appenrs in the telephone directory you can tele phone your wnnt uti to 321 and u hill will he mailed after its in sertion for prompt payment. WANTS -o- ~ WANTED-You to know that I am still on thc Joh with tho best wood and coal on the market, If you don't believe it try mo. W. O. IJlmer, Dione 649. Successor to Piedmont Coal and Wood Co. 4-16-tf. WANTED-Every house keeper in An derson to try a loaf of "Aunt Mary's Cream Bread." It's made al home and your grocer keeps lt. Ander son Pure Food Co. 8-l.r>-I)tf FOR SALE ('OK SAIiE-Pure native grown Look out Mountnln seed potatoes $2.00 per bushel. Plant us soon ns lt i raina. Furman Smi...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 17 August 1915

I CLASSIFIED COLUMN WANT AUVEKTISING RATES Twcnty--flve word? or lesa, One Time 25 cents, Three Times 60 cents, Six Times $1.00. All advertisement over twenty five words prorata for each ad ditional word. Hates on 1,000 words to he used in a month madu on application. No advertisement taken for less than 25 cents, cash lu ad vance. If your nanto appears In the telephone directory you can tele phone your want ad to ?l-l and a bill will be mailed after it? in sertion for prompt payment. WANTS -o- -- IVANTED-You to know that I am still on the joh with the host wood and coal on the market, If you don't believe lt try mo. W. O. rimer, Thone 649. Sueeossor to Piedmont Coal and Wood Co. 4-lG-tf. WAKTED-Every house keeper in An derson to try a loaf of "Aunt Mary's Cream Bread." It's made al hume and your grocer keeps lt. Ander son Pure Food Co. H-I."?-I>tf FOR SALE FOR SALE-Pure native grown Look out Mountain seed potatoes $2.00 per bushel. Plant us soon ns lt raina. Furman Smith, Seedsm...

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. — 17 August 1915

21, 010 THIS YEAR 21,736 LAST YEAR 726 Stiles Less Received by Stand ard Warehouse This Year Than Last. The coton report of tbe Standard warehouse of thia city shows that thc total number of bales of cotton re ceived to date is 21,010 as compared with 21,736 of tho same date last year. This shows a decrease of 72C bales. 1!V I STE lt F ST PROHIBITION. Two Meeting* Were Meld Sunday at St. John's Church. Two meetings wore held at St. John's Methodist church Sunday ht interest of prohibition. The first was at 4 o'clock in the aftetuoon and the othur at 8:20 in the evening. Dr. George W. Young of Kentucky was tho speaker at both and brought out some interesting data about liquor and Its disadvantages to the human race. Rev. J. L. Marley, superintendent of the Anti-Saloon league of South Caro lina, was present and at the afternoon meeting urged, the voters to bo sure to cast .their veto In the coming election. FIRST CALL?--1915-16 We have the "knowing how" ability of mak ing your clothes...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 17 August 1915

21, 010 THIS YEAR 21,736 LAST YEAR 726 Bales Leas Received by Stand ard Warehouse This Year Than Lait, The coton report of the Standard -warehouse of this city shows that die total number of bales of cotton re ceived to date is 21,010 as compared with 21,736 of thc same date last year. This shows a decrease of 720 bales. IS INTEREST PROHIBITION, Two Meetings Were Held Sunday at J St. John's Charon. Two meetings were held at St. John's Methodist church Sunday tal Interest of prohibition. Tito first was I at 4 o'clock In the afternoon and the othxir at 8:30 in the evening. Dr. Georgo W. Young of Kentucky was tho speaker at both and brought out some interesting data about liquor and its disadvantages to the human race. | Rev. J. L. Harley, superintendent of the Anti-Saloon league of South Caro lina, was present and at thc afternoo.i meeting urged, the voters to be sure to cast .their vote in the coming election. FIRST CALL^-1915-16 We have the "knowing how" ability of mak ing your clot...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 17 August 1915

THE INTELLIGENCER ESTABLISH Kl) 18*0. Published every momio* except Monday by Tho Anderson Intelligen cer at 140 West Whitner Street, An derson, S. C. SEMI-WEEKLY INTELLIGENCER Published Tuesdays and Fridays L. M. GLENN_Editor and Manager intered as second-class matter April 28, 1914. at the post office ac Anderson, South Carolina, under the Act of March 3, 1879. ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCHES Telephone .821 SUBSCRIPTION BATES DAILY One Year .15.00 Six Months . 2.60 Three Months .1.26 One Month.42 Ona Week .?. -io SEMI-WEEKLY One Year .11.60 Six Months.76 The Intelligencer ls delivered by earrlers lo tho city. Look at th? printed label on your paper. The date thereon shows when the subscription oxplres. Notice date on label carefully, and If not correct please notify us at one?. Subscribers deelring 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 ef Anderson s...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 17 August 1915

THE END IS NEAR; JUST TWO WEEKS In which we must sell between $4,000 and $5,000 worth of desirable merchandise. We don't expect to get what this merchandise cost us; but we must sell it. . The loss is ours, the gain is yours. Merchants can buy from us much cheaper than in any market on earth. Individuals can do the same thing. WHY NOT take advantage of this opportunity? Some winter goods you may not need right now; but why not buy now, when you can buy for ONE FOURTH or ONE HALF the price you will pay later If you've got the CASH, this sale is a money saver. OSBORNE & PEARSON PUBLIC SQUARE -:- ANDERSON, S. C. _i_._ ???.????"?????IsMMMWS?fcW POAYOURAOWN? SHOPPING . "Onyx'*^^ Hosiery Gives tho BEST VALUE for Your Money ET?TT Kini from Cotloa to Sil, For VLtn, Women wi CkildrM Any Color and Style From 25c to $5.00 per pair\ ?Look for th? Trail? Mtrki S"'4 by All Good Dnlm^ ^w^cdesahs^ Lord & Taylor ^WWYORK IN YOUR HOME The Heating and Plumbing systems should be of the first imp...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 17 August 1915

TM; ANDERSON TODAY "LITTLE DOLLS DRESSMAKER" Two Reel Vitagraph. "HEARST SELIG NEWS NO. 50" Selig. "THE WAY OUT" Biograph. CHARLES CHAPLIN in 2 Reels. OOO THE?TE1 TODAY "Fighting Bob" FIVE Act Metro Special Featuring Orrin Johnson and Olive Windham. PalBBaeftito Tfceaihf? TODAY "Hutchison's Musical Comedy Co." Pre sent? "THE MAN FROM TEXAS" MOVIES FOR TODAY "CASH PARRISH'S PAL" Bron Two Reel. "WAIT AND SEE" American Fm cooling relief What' s more refreshing than some delicious India and Ceylon Tea iced with lemon-especially when h's " SAFE-TEA FIRST" ?ad Alw.y. (??.) We ?tai have 140 ?crea of that beautiful Seybt Property for tale. TWs property ie just one mSe eal of town. Yon can boy it in any ?we trace yan wie? frcoa 10 acres up. ?nd from $125.00 io $175.00 an ncr?. Let m snow it to yon. ? LINLEY & WATSON Munee 647, 90S, 310. i "Watch For The WHITE WAGON" Purest and Richest Milk Ask Milk Inspector North Anderson Dairy S. B. ELROD, Prop. Phone 808 This Is Las Big Bea\ WILL CLOS...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 18 August 1915

VOLUME IL ANDERSON. S. C. WEDNESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 18, 1915. NIIMRFR I?7 DOORS LOCKED AT NIGHT FALL BUT NO VIOLENCE ATTEMPTED WILL BE BURIED AT BROOKLYN Mrs. Frank Was Overcome With Grief But F^s Improved Will Accompany Body. Atlanta, Aug. 17.-,THe body of Leo M. Frank who was taken from his bcd at the state prison farm last night by a well organised mob of some twenty Jive ..men and carried to Ma rietta and hanged, was. placed in a local undertaking shop herc this afternoon. For several hours the crowd tiiat blocked the streets in front ol' the place for a block, was allowed I to lile single through the building and view the body. The body was brought here about noon in un automobile and for a while j conceuletl In the stables, of the under taking company, within a block of their morgue. It was soon discovered and thousands tried to enter thc stables. Then' the body Was placed in public view in the morgue. The crowd seemed merely desirious of assuring themselves that lt really was...

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. — 18 August 1915

CLASSIFIED WANT A I? VE UTI HIN G KATES Twenty-five words or leas, Onu Time '?? cents. Tliree 'Hines CO cents, Six Times $1.00. All advertisement over twenty live words prorata for ?'ach nd ditlnnal word. Kates on 1,000 words to bo used in a mouth mad<> on application. No advertisement talton for .loss than 26 cents, cash In ad vance. If your name appears in the t?l?phone directory you eau tele phone your want ad to 321 und a bill will be mailed after its ? ii - Hcrilon for prompt payment. WANTS -o WANTED-You to know that 1 am still on the Job with the best wood and cod on the market, if you don't believe lt try mo. W. O. Hinter, Phono 649. Successor to Piedmont Coal and Wood Co. 4-16-tt WANTED--Every house keeper in An derson to try a loaf of "Aunt Mary's Cream Bread,*' It's mada at hom? nuil your grocer keeps lt. Ander son Pure Food Co. 8-lR-ptf FOR SALE EOB SALE-l ure native grown Look- ' out M"untaln seed potatoes $1?.001 per bimbel. Plant ns soon as it j rai ii.,. Fm man ...

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. — 18 August 1915

Dreaded An Operation^ More Than Anything Tried Fruitola ?od Traxo and Has ?Verer Since Been Troubled With (Jail-stones. Mrs. Mary E. Franse, whose ad dress ls West Point, Nebr., Box 4il, bas written to tho Pinus laboratories a very strong endorsement of Fruit ola and Traxo. In her lettor, Mrs. Frans?? says: "About ten yearn ago I wss about to undergo an operation (or gall-stones when I heard of your med ic .'ne. Dreading an operation abovo everything I determined to try Frult ola and Traxo and have never been sorry I did so, as I have never been troubled with gall-stones since." Fruttola ls a powerful lubricant for the Intestinal organs, and one dose is usually sufficient to give 'ample evi dence of HB efficacy. It softens the congested masses, disintegrates the hardened particles that occasion so much suffering, and expels the accum ulated waste to the Intense relief of tbe patient Following a dose of Fruitola, Traxo should be taken three of four times a day in order to rebuild and...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 18 August 1915

THE INTELLIGENCER ? STA BL I HU KI) INC?. Published every morning except Honda by The Anderson Intelligen cer c 140 West Wbltnor Street, An derson, S. G. BEMI-WEEKLY INTELLIGENCER Published Tuesdays and Fridays L. M. GLENN_Editor and Manager Entered ns second-class matter April 28, 1914, at the post office at Anderson, Sou'h Carolina, under the Act ot March 3, 1870. ASSOCIATED PItESS DISPATCHES Telephone .821 HL'BSCHIPTION RATED DAILY One Tear .IB.OO Biz Months.2.60 Three Months . 126 Ons Month.42 One Week .10 SEMI-WEEKLY Oie Year .1160 Biz Months .76 Tba Intelligencer ls deUvered by .arriera in the city. Lock mt tho printed rahel on your naper. The date thereon Bhows when the subscription expires. Notice dato on label carefully, and If not correct alease notify ns at once. Subscribers desiring the address of their paper changed, will please state hi their communication both tho old and new addresses. To Insure prompt delivery, com plaints of non-delivery In the city at Anderson sho...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 18 August 1915

J. Ri VANDIVER, President J. I. BRONWLEE, Cashier. J. L>. HAMMETT, Vice President. C. W. McGEE, Asst Cashier. Farmers and Merchants Bank CAPITAL Jit00,000. SURPLUS Jit5o,ooo. Anderson, S. C. There is a great deal more pleasure in sav ing money than in spending it. And then you will have more money. You can't spend it and have it, too-but you can save it and h?ve it. Save it and deposit with us. We pay in terest on deposits. Farmers and Merchants Bank and Farmers Loan and Trust Co. BATTERIES _? _ ????????????????????^?^^ FRESH and STRONG 25c. each Fortunate purchases, prior to advance, enable us to make such a price. LIMITED STOCK -BUY NOW SULLIVAN HARDWARE CO. li ?i The following prices, f. o. b. De troit effective August 2nd. Ford Runabout . . $390 Fqrd Touring Car . $440 -No assurance given against an ad vance in these prices at any time and no further reduction prior to Au gust 1st, 1916. them at our North Main St. store TODD ?UTO SHOP Let me send you FREE PERFUME Write today ...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 18 August 1915

THE ANDERSON TODAY "MISS JEKYL AND MADAM HYDE" Vitagraph Three Reels. "CARTOONS IN THE PARLOR" Edison. BIJOU THE?TO TODAY Universal Laemmel Feature in Four Acts Featuring Ella Hall and Robt. Leonard In ta HERITAGE TODAY "Hutchison's Musical Comedy Co." _ .? Presents "DONT LIE TO YOUR WIFE" MOVIES FOR TODAY V "THE AMERICANO" Two Reel Reliance. "A CHASE BY MOONLIGHT" \ Komic. bring* a mw taste, a ntu> smoothness * new .uttirfaction, became they are a blend of choke Turkish and choice Domestic tobaccos-more delightful than cither kind smoked straight* Test your taste on Camels 1 Compare them whh cigarettes yow think you luce beat* They can't bite* parch TOUT throat or leave any un pleasant cigerctty after-taste. Smoke them liberally. Cost of tobacco? blen?s? in Camels prohibits the use of premiums or coupons. Smokers appreciate Camel aaa do not expect CAMELS matt XO for 10*. ff jr*** '. mr mrrmw mmmmmmm mr mUur mm? m TEN DAY RATES SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY }\ "THE PROGRESSIVE RAILWA...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 19 August 1915

volume ii. anderson, s. c THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 19, 1915. NUMRErT??. FALLOF SEVERl TO RU i OPENS WAY TO VILNA, WAR SAW AND PETROGRAD RAILWAY RUSSIAN ARMY IN SERIOUS DANGER Forts Fell Before Germans Won derful Sixteen Inch G una. - . j London; Aug. 18.?The Germans last night captured Kovnu, one of the crucial pointa in the Russian defen sive in the north, the fall of which opened the road to the Vilna, War-' aw and Petrograd railway. Thin and other developments has placed the F.mssian army in Berloui danger of an envelopment for the ! first time since Grand Duke Nicholas began to retire from Galicla in May,; according to military observers. Besides opening i.he way to Vilna, an open town, from which nearly, everything useful to invaders has been taken, the fall of Kovno takes away | the last protection except the Russian I field army, to the main railway- to j Petrograd, and puts the Germans in a position to threaten the flanks of the Russian armies retiring to Brest' Lltovsk line...

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. — 19 August 1915

XLASSIFIED WANT ADVERTISING HATES Twenty?five wordH or leas, One Time 25 cents, Three Times CO cents, Biz Times $1.00. All advertisement over twenty five words prorata for each nd dltional word. Rates on 1.000 words to be used in a mouth made on application. No advertisement taken for less than 25 centh, cash in au vauco. If your name appears In the telephone directory you can t?l? phone your wunt u i to 321 and a bill will ho mailed after its in sertion for prompt payment. WANTS WANTED?You to know that 1 am still on the Job with the beat wood and coal on the market. If you don't bellovo it try me. W. O. . Himer, Phone 649. Successor to Piedmont Coal and Wood Co. 4-15-tf. WANTED- Every lionne keeper In An derson to try a loaf of "Aunt Mary's Cream Bread." It's made at home and your grocer keeps it. Ander son Pure Food Co. 8-l"?-l)tf FOR SALE EOR SALE?Puro native grown Look out Mountain seed potatoes %'.00 per bushel. Plant ns anon as It rains. Furn au Smith, Seedsman, Phone 4C4. MIS...

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