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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 15 January 1915

Here's the idea to which we wish to direct your atten tion: We are as anxious to sell more as you are to get more for your money; we are making reductions in many * departments that will certainly accomplish both. Usual Evans Quality at unusual prices/ Figure your advantage in ev ery item. MEN'S OVERCOATS $20.00 Men's Overcoats now..$16.00 $ 18.00 Men's Overcoats now. .$14.40 $15,00 Men's Overcoats now..$12.00 $ 10.00 Men's Overcoats now.$ 8.0? BOY'S OVERCOATS $7.50 Boy's Overcoats now seHing at.$6.00 #6.00 Boy's Overcoats now selling at. . . . $4.80 $5.00 Boy's Overcoats now selling at. . . .$4.00 $4.00 Boy's Overcoats now selling at. . . . . $3.20 $3.00 Boy's Overcoats now selling at . . . .$2.40 MEN'S WOOL SHIRTS $1.00 Wopl Shirts now at- .. 8.$ .80 $1.50 Wool Shirts now at. .$1.15 $2.00 Wool Shirts now at. . . $1.40 $2.50 Wool Shirts now at.$1.75 AUTOMOBILE GLOVES Entire stock of auto gloves included, lin ed or unlined;,tubular or the new folding pocket gauntlets'- many styles, ...

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. — 15 January 1915

I SATURDAY STARTS THE BIGGEST SALE IN ANDERSON Extra Special Saturday. Jan. 16th-Opening Day Sale For one hour from 9 to 10 a. m. we will sell best 10c grade of L. L.y ard-wide Sheeting J5? yards for 5 19c LIMITED Extra Special Saturday, Jan. I6th--0pening Day Sale For one hour from lia. m. to 12 noon, we will sell best 25c grade 5-4 Table Oil Cloth For Ckgr* Per Only Yard LIMITED Extra Special Saturday. Jan. 16th--Opening Day Sale For one hour from 2 to 3 p. m. we will sell genuine Marseilles Bed Spreads, $3 to $3.50 values (some slight imperfections) For Q?ltf^ Only "Ot Each LIMITED LEADER'S SWEEPING Clearance Sale STARTS SATURDAY, JAN. 16th. Will Last: for Fifteen Days Entire Fall and Winter Stock Must be Cleaned- Out Jan. 30th. Sweeping Clearance of Staple Dry Goods Extra Good Quality Straw Tlck ln.ir. Solo Trlco Unbleached Cotton Flannel, butt 10c grade, Sale i'rlco 4?c 6?c -1 Beat 10c heavy Outing in g white and colora, Clcuruuce Price. 7c yd. Standard Quality Apron Ginghams, ...

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. — 15 January 1915

H? iwern UNLESS DEMAND IS DIMIN ISHED SOON SUPPLY WILL , BE EXHAUSTED FOfcEIGN DEMAND Five Countries Are Clamoring for Soars. (By /aaodated Presa.) CHICAGO, Jan. 14.?Generally ac cepted assertions* that unless the Eu ropean demand Boon diminishes the United State's would have no wheat j to ship abroad after March lifted the ; price of that cereal here today to 51.43 3-8, the highest in many years. Retail flour prices rdae simultaneous ly, sacks which recently sold for 70 ! cents going to 00. Fht) European . governments were roported today to be actively In the wheat market on this olde of the At lantic, In addition to individual buy-] ers from foreign fields. The result j wan figured to be exportation at the rate of eight million to ten million bushels a week. ?The governments which are direct purchasers in the United States nr< the Swiss, Greek, Italian, Dutch and French. So far the British govern ment has done nothing as a govern ment, but Great Britain's food supply is said he...

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. — 15 January 1915

Following our time-honored custom of not carrying over anything from one season to an other, we have gone through our stocks and re-marked the following articles of Winter Wearing Apparel DOW N to a price that will move them. SALE BEGINS THIS MORNING Read carefully the reductions, and bear this in mind: "That nothing you can buy from T. L. Cely Co. is yours until you are satisfied; that your money is not ours until you are per fectly satisfied with your purchase." SHIRTS frl.oo shirts, now.$ .80 1.50 shirts now.1.15 2.00 shirts now.1.65 2.50 shirts now.2.00 WOOLEN SHIRTS $1.00 shirts now. ... .$ .80 1.50 shirts now.1.15 2.00 shirts now.1.66 UNDERWEAR $.?.oo grades "Royal Plush,'1 per suit, now.$2.30 3.00 Woolen Underwear, per suit, now .2.30 2.00 Cotton Underwear, per suit, now 1.50 , l.oo Cotton Underwear, per suit, now .80 DRESS GLOVES $2.50 Dress Kids now.$2.00 2.oo Dress Kids now.1.65 1.5? Dress Kids now.1.15 l.oo Dress Kids now. .80 .75 Boys' Scouts now.50 1.25 Work Gloves now....

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. — 19 January 1915

ntellioencEf TUESDAY AND FRIDAY Weekly, Kpfalilfolied I860; Dally, Jan. 18,1014. ANDERSON, S. FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 8, 1915. PRICE $1.50 THE YBAR FEAR ADDITIONAL E BELIEVED DEATH ROLL WILLI CONTAIN FULLY 30,000 NAMES ALL ITALY TURNS TO RESCUE WORK Thousands Are Digging in Ruins] in Hone of Finding a Few Who Are Still Alive. (By AasodaUd Press.) HOME, Jan. lG.-.Fear cf additlonl shocks is, feH. throughout the earth quake, devastated district, according to reports brought to Rome by refu gees. Basis for this anxiety is found in a dispatch from Sora, which says another strong earthquake occurred there last night, demolishing the walls of partly ruined buildings. Scant reports only of death and damage in remote places have bean received "the huurs'aiksn from the lar ger places still is incomplete, but there is no reason to doubt that when the death roll' Is made up it will con tain fully 30,000 names. Probably twice that number were Injured. The places which apparently have suffered m...

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. — 19 January 1915

f BROKE MY once and found how inconvenient It wan to be unable to ubc my cyeB for the balance of the day. I made a resolve then that I would make It possible to replace a broken lens, however complicated its formula ] the same day the order was left with me. I have succeeded even better than I hoped, for new wo are able to re place any broken lens, even where you do not give us the prescription, in from one to three hours, with an exact duplicate MADE IN OUR OWN SHOPS. Is this worth anything to you? K so remember this advertisement the next time you break a lens. This is.only one example of tho thoroughness and modernness of my entire business. M. R. CAMBELL\ Registered Optometrist. Office 119 W. Whltner Ht. Ground Floor. T?l?phone Conner tI?T1. Teacher-Mothers Win in New York Schools. I UX2A.I?L ! After a fight lasting several years It has ' finally 'been decided In New York State that It Is not' illegal for a married teacher to become a moth er. The New York city Board of Edu cati...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 19 January 1915

I BROKE MY GtA&S?S mce and found how inconvenient it ,vau to bo unable to uec my eyes for he balance of the day. I made a resolve then that I would nako it possible to replace a broken ens.Jhowcver complicated its formula he same day the order was left with pe. I have succeeded even better than hoped, for new we are able tu re dp.ee any broken lens, even where ou do not give us the prescription, n from one to three hours, with an txact duplicate MADE IN OUR OWN 1H0PP. Is this worth anything to you? If o remember tbla advertisement the text time you break, a lenB. This is . only one example of the boroughness and modernness of my mire business. M. R. CAMBELL Registered Optometrist. Omca 112 W. vYhitner St. Ground Floor. Telephone ConneetIoD. Feacher-Mothero Win in New York Schools. I mm fm m iWAGWEK 4> 'Mit? rpciiarro After a fight lasting several years t has finally been decided in New fork State that U Is hot illegal for , married teacher to become a motb r. The New York Cit...

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. — 19 January 1915

COUNTY ttrport of Miss Darlington?For the Find Quarter is Batlsfseory. ((1910.) . MIbh Maggie M. Gariington, county supervisor of rural schools, bas done a much greater work in this, county than the mere cold figures show. But; that she has done good work 1b evi denced by the following report for the three months that Miss Gariing ton haB bcj.i in thiB county: 1. Number of schools visited, 28. 2. Number of associations organiz ed, 20. 3. Number of members In associ ation, 436. 4.. 'Amount raised by associations, 8682.25. ^ 5. Work'of the associations: Bought paint for tho inside and out side of schools, had yardB cleaned, stumps pulled, glass pat In. xoolets bought, bnoKs 'bought, and many other things accomplished. 6.' Help I have''given teachers. Made daily schedules for new teach ers,', .taught reading, spelling, geo graphy,-arithmetic, history, and physi ology. Have selected pictures (repro ductions of famous paintings largo aize and neatly .'rained), and have helped teachers In...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 19 January 1915

COUNTY Report of Mi s i^HIugton?For tbe it * !?" '? ' '* ".' First quarter Is SMIsfacory. ((1913.) Miss Maggie M. Garlinglon. county supervisor of rural schools, baa done a much greater work in this county than the mere cold figures show.- But that she has done good work Is evi denced by the following report for j tho three months that Miss Garling-1 ton haB been In this county: 1. Number of schools visited, 28. | 2. Number of associations organiz ed, 20. 3. Number of members in associ ation, 436. 4. Amount raised by associations. $582.25. 5. Work^ bT the associations: Bought paint for the inside and out side of schools, had yards cleaned, | stumps pulled,- glass put 'n, -coolers bought, ljook,s, -bought, and many other.] things' accomplished. 6. Help I have'gives teachers. Made daily schedules for new teach ers,': taught reading, spelling, geo-1 graphy, arithmetic, history and physi ology. Have Selected ' pictures (repro- | duct ions of famous paintings large I Bize and neatly fram...

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. — 19 January 1915

IHE ANDERSON INTELLIGENGEB ! FOUNDED ACtilST !, ?*?o. 1x4 S?rth Main tftreet ANDERSON, 8. C. W. W. aMOAK, Edltor and Huh. Mgr L. M. GLENN.City Edltor | PHKLPS 8ASSEEN, Advertising Mgr T. B. GODFREY.Circulation Mgr.! El ADAMS, Telegraph Editor and) Foreman. Entered according to Act of Con grojH as Second Class Mall Matter at| the Postofflce at Anderson, S. C* TELEPHONES Editorial and Business Office.8211 Job Printing ..,.093-L| SUBSCRIPTION BATES SamLWeekly One Yov.r .11.50 I 81x Months .76 Dany One Year .15.00 81x Months .2.60 Three Months . 1*26 The Intelligencer is delivered by carriers in the city. If you fall to get your paper regularly please notify us. Opposite your name on the label of your paper is printed date to which our paper is paid. AU checks and drafts should be drawn to The Anderson Intelligencer. Tbe Weather. South Carolina: Rain Sunday; Mon day fair, somewhat colder. If the price of flour goes up will cakes' continue to rise? Wonder if Governor Rye of Tennes see is...

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. — 19 January 1915

DECLARES BLEASE IS ?O APPEAU IN COURT AT ANDERSON NEXT MONTH | AS ATTORNEY FOR S. H. WHITLOCK INTERESTING CASE If True This Will Probably Be Mr. BU use's First Case After Resignation. A persistent rumor current, on the streets for the past several days that cx-Go?3rnor Cole. L. Blease will p.p pear as counsel for a defendant who will be tried for manslaughter at the approaching term of the court of gen eral sessions for Anderson County was confirmed yesterday by a local citizen who stated that he knew for a certainty that Mr. Blease would as sist in the defense of S. H. Whitlock, who will be placed on trial at the ap proaching term of the criminal court for tho slaying of Charles Robertson, at Pendteton, several weeks ago. If this statement turns out to be true, this will probably be Mr. Blease'B first appearance' in court as a practicing attorney after bis resig nation as governor of the State. So far as could bo learned, there is no other term of court on in the State between now ...

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. — 19 January 1915

PLAN PROGRAMME FOR INAUGURAL JOINT LEGISLATIVE COM MITTEE FILES REPORT WILL SPEAK FROM PORTICO Address of Governor Manning Will Be Delivered From State House Steps. |S|k<-mI in Tlir Intelligencer. , COLUMBIA, Jan. Mi.?The commit tee appointed to arrange a program for the inauguration ceremonies for Governor Hlchnrd I. Manning next Tuesday, with Dr. (ieorgc W. Dick or Suinter, chairman, has .drawn up the following report: "The joint committee respectfully report that after consultation with the governor and lieutenant governor, elect, they have arranged the follow ing program for the inaugural cere monies: "The house of representatives being In session at noon, January 19. will ho Joined by the senate As soon as the Joint assembly shall have been or ganized and seated, the governor, the governor-elect and lieutenant gover nor-elect, the senators and represen tative in congress from this State, wl' may he in Columbia, the chief Justice and associate Justices of the supreme court, t...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 19 January 1915

SPOTS ARD ST?INS ,f) AHE REMOVED ? If you spot or stain your fc-tmn or wrap, 'on the street or at- a social fnfcctloc,wo san remove the spot and make the garment perfectly, fit for wear. Our expert workers possess s full knowlege of this moat . important stage of the dry < cleaning 'process, and - can al- : most guarantee the satisfactory V removal of any stain; There are some ataina and some fabrics, however, upon i whleh spots take the uuture of ,j a dyer and cannot he removed, y These, we, or any one eise? can n?t of sous s* treat, but with ? these vpcommon exceptions.you it will flbd that we can repair ! damage that would prove cost ly?at a little expense to you. ANDERSON STEAM IA?NDRY 'FHOr?EHO. ?* O P. .p\ O Q, ifjti#$,i .? .0.. ,P| o FROM SEPTUS. 6 .,. m O O O O O 5> .P P . P p. And now they- shy that th? price of fertiliser Ja? going up and since the courage of'the farm era to use very much tble year 13 going down, wo are surs that there will ba :ne> head-on-col lls...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 19 January 1915

Last Sun Africat JOE CANNON WHO DROPPED DEAD YESTERDAY WENT TO LIBERIA ON GOOD SHIP AZORES SAILED FROM CHAS. SOME 35 YRS. AGO He and An Uncle From Newberry Made Voyage Wi?b Hoit of Other Negroes?Had on Exciting Trip. (From Sunday's Daily.) In the BudUon death yoBterday morn ing In a blacksmith Bhop on East Market Htreet or Joe Cannon, for the past 20 yours a well known charac ter about town, there passed away probably the laBt survivor In this! country of the memorable exodus of negroes to Afrlcu which went out' from Charleston Bomo 35 years upo I on tho good ship Azores, the voyage of which was made all the more j famous by reason of the fact that A. ?. Williams, then on the staff of the | Charleston News and Courier nnd later editor of the Greenville Newa? | accompanied tho expedition uctohb ihe j Atlantic and through articles written I back to his paper kept the publie in- I formed of the adventurous trip of the 1 negro-laden ship. | Went With Uncle. Joo Cannon made the trip to L...

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. — 22 January 1915

TJx ^ndef^cm Intelligence!* iWeehly, Eftlablfslied I860; Dally, Jan. 13,1914. TUESDAY AND FRIDAY ANDERSON, S. C,FR1DAY MORNING, JANUARY 22, 1915. PRICE $1.50 THE YEAR if HOME PORT SAFE GERMAN AIRCRAFT DROP PED 20 BOMBS IN RAID ON ENGLISH COAST FOUR KILLED; TEN INJURED Battles Both in East and West Consist Largely of Artillery Engagements. (By Associated Prrss.) IIKRLIN, Jan. 20.?(by wireless).? The following official statement was LsKned here tonight: "From January 10 to 20, German airships bon led the fortitied plarc of Yarmouth and other places on the English east coast. The attack was successful. Considerable damage wan done: ? "The airships were shelled, bnt re* gained their home port, undamaged.' LONDON, Jan. 20.?The German airships?for they are thus described by- the German official report?which raided the coast towns of Norfolk County last night, dropped 20 or more bombs. The mlsBlles killed four per sons, injured 10 or more and did con siderable property damage. A report tha...

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. — 22 January 1915

LOVE AND A FELLOW-FEELING I sm now located over W. A. Power's Grocery store at 212 1.2 S. Main Street. 1 thank toy frlendg tor their past patronage and ask continuance of same. I make plates at $6.50 I make gold crown at$4.O0 Silver fillings, 80c and op. Gold rulings $1.00 and up Painless Extracting 4Qp. I make a specialty of treating Pyorrhea, Alveolaris of the guniB and all crown and bridge work and regulating mal formed teeth. All work guaranteed first-class. S. G. BRUCE DENTIST I ?KOKE MY GLASSES fence and found how Inconvenient it Was to.be unable to use my eyes for the balance of the day. I msnS s resolve then that I. would make.lt possible to replace a broken lens, however complicated its formula iho same day the order, was left with i I bftVe Bueceeded even better than I hoped, for new we are able to re place any broken lens, even whore you dd hot give us the prescription. In from ono to three hours, with sn exact duplicate MADE IN OUR OWN I? thifl worth anything to you? If ...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 22 January 1915

Jewelry Repairing When you leave a piece ol JEWEL ERY to be repaired, do *ou want to walt always ior it? Lyon will re pair it at once. When you leave your glasses, can you afford to be without them? Lyon will Repair them at once. And you have a bunch ot old JEWELRY laid away, that could be made into beautiful pieces, at a very little coBt. Almost every day I have some ene to tell me that the/ have an old piece of jewelry that was worn by theil" mother, father or grand mother and would give any thing if they could wear it No piece is too bad to be made to look new. Let me make you a price. Next Door NEW STATION WHY AND WHERE Goods sold by us "GUEST SELLS THE BEST" 1 Phone 48 WEST EARLE STREET Something For Nothing Youngs Island, &;0M Nor, 2S, 1*U^ To got dtartee" with you wo nate you the following offer. Send us $1.50 for 1,000 Front Proof Cabbage Plants, grown "in the-open air and will stand freezing, grown, from the .Ceiebrs&d. Seed ot pol glim & Son and Thorbpm & C...

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. — 22 January 1915

IttE ANDERSON INTELLIGENCER FOUNDED ALUliJT 1, 1860. bt? S?rth Main Street ANDERSON, ?. C. W. W. 8M0AK. Editor and Bus. Mgr I* IL GLENN.City Editor ] PHELPS SASSEEN, Advertising Mgr T. B. GOOFIlEY.Circulation Mgr.! 8. ADAMS, Telegraph Editor andj Foreman. _-i? Entered according to Act of Con gres as Second Class Hall Matter- at the Postofflce at Anderson, 8. C* TELEPHONES Editorial and Business Office...... 1211 Job Printing .69I-L] SUBSCRIPTION BATES ge in!-Weekly One Tear .?1.6ol Bis Months .76 Daflj/ One Tear .$6.00 Six Mootbs . 2.60 Three Months . 1-25 The Intelligencer is delivered by carriers in tho city. If you fail to ! get your paper regularly please notify | US. Opposite your name on tho label of your paper is printed date.to which our paper is paid. Alt cheeks and drafts should be drawn to The Anderson Intelligencer. ? Ald't long *tll ground hog dsy. : Regular swine slaughtering weather. Let us hope there will 'be no nuts in tho hew crop of colonels. ?c-? ; Elimination is...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 22 January 1915

YOUR GREATEST SAVING OPPORTUNITY Today* Friday; Semi-Annual Begins Our GREAT REDUCTIONS have been made in these stocks as an in ducement tovbuyers. 'This is a time wheir our customers render us a service, and we shoAy our appreciation of it by very low pri ces?-lower prices than you are charged for goods of less merit from other stores. l-'i?^^M-^r^% This is Anderson's greatest clearance sal?-^gr?ate^ standpoint of stocks involved, the wonderful values ?t r^ula;r prices and the unprecedented reductions. 4 ' ' r T\/rt7?7%T>C< J.TJL??.N 'S AND YOUNG MEN'S. SUITS' AND OV?^?OATS Here are very important and impressive men's and young men'sI suit values; the dominant sale of the season, with a great stock of fine goods be hind it. Suits with ttby?l and exclusive;^ : Boys' Suite and Overcoats. I Here are offerings {so out of the ordinal that they merit the immed I rate'attention of efyery mother /and fathef who would economize boys'high grade apparel. PIea?irg shades of gray,, brown,...

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. — 22 January 1915

LOOKING INTO GRAIN SITUATION IN STATE TWELVE GOVERNMENT AGENTS SEEKING DATA AS TO ACREAGE, ETC. ONE WAS HERE Tells of Things Necessary If Grain Crop is to Be Successful Venture. It. Maynarcl I'cterson, of the of flee of markets. United States Department | of Agriculture, who with eleven others J of (he Hame office is engaged in mak ing an exhaustive investigation an to the grain acreugn in South Carolina this your, spent yesterduy in Andor Hon for the purpose of gathe'ring datu along this line with reference to An dorsou county. From here Mr. Peter non goes to Spartanburg. where he will make similar investigations. Those agents of the department of agriculture are making this investi gation with the view of determining the present acreage of grain in South Carolina, the present prospects for tho yield per ucre. the handling und the marketing of the same. Kefore he hecamo affiliated with,tho] government work, Mr.- Peterson wasi an extensive grain planter of Minne? nota, und knows the...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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