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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 15 April 1914

THE ELECTRIC FIRELESS COOKER Opiates from any lamp socket and does the cooking for a family of seven or eight. Costs no more to operate than an iron. Ask Mrs. A. G. Means, i^o?sts, Bakes, Bolls, steams, Etc. Telephone 223 i . Free err? Company w tri In fertilizing- your cotton and corn, care should be taken to .apply at least 600 pounds of high grade fish, blood and hone fertilizer to the! acre for the best and "most lasting results. Where less than 600' pounds pf fertilizer is us?d to the acre, it acts as a stimulant only, and the crop takes more plant food from the soil than it furnishes, andi your soil runs down, bufj where you use 600'poiinds or more of fine: fertilizer to the acre: you furnish the soil wj|h more plant food than j the crop takes from it and your soil improves. And besides, the, more fertilizer you use, the faster your crop grows and the quicker} your land is shaded and you know that is an advantage. And then 1 with he'avy fertilization you have larger stalks, mo...

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. — 15 April 1914

Notable Address D H.. Frazer Befor Theologien' Tho following paper was prepare/! | for the students of the Columbia Thu- j ologtcai Seminary and was presented to them. It attracted attention at the ! time, and by Invitation of the Auder- I sop county ministerial union, it was j read at the meeting Monday. This' will explain Ibo phraseology du which ! M was couched. The best asset of any community ls ( n real man'. The most reul nven of any. j coramuity ought to be the "Man of dod." If I can impart to you som? ! conception of what the Minister in thc continuity ought to be. us a man und as u citizen, I shall feel that 1 am justi fiable In turning away from th? nt- i tran ..< , ' : . : of a Minister's labors-: as u.i y i ru related Immediately to (he greut work of pr/udilng tL-j dos- j pol of Christ. These phases of youri preparation, I am fully persuaded, I baye been thoroughly canvassed bs .the men whom the Church ha ? placed . kerie to give their time and thought to ( the vont I...

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. — 15 April 1914

The Preacher Of the Pulpit (Continued ;f rom. Page Six) ;! - * ' '..T?*3?!I?' 'TVlTHf 'P ?' " '**-' ?"" to taspRf-trte B cost?entty Ut? ? worth .for tb? 3 y-^T* jwwISlK tint ;il?[ i n',i?|Jti!l. 'Uli?. .'^?^w* tOiPP#^*#l itt? the^|Wlf<S*B^d?? Iee, but who win take advantaged these associations to let men know of the pow?rr?f ,?k^a?4 came; to.! ea>atjilifc^ ?? 9 You' arouaolnjrJ^ JW? fcivo?^ ?u tn? ^ial reUtlen* nod e*pee%ed to attend many of the social functions of 'SS^^?1^ Ai(??e?4 ^ejiu as their n*^wro-**nVr?7*? dppor^onlUae win ad Wit-1 ?ii? --> - pr?yervlest: with^ thu.?olesraoity.of your study . and your devotion to the'Mifc^ cst duties, thafr: engage- the attenUoaf ??,5^7<*%bear ty tBW reisi^s tko ^?V^*-^^^1 Stonie, and ^.*?j$Mw^mh}0 Bna speech you *?|W-8^^*h?V-Would': : ba bought under your influaooe thraist?u^B^ diu?, of friendly social inteSB Leg*<-op> tft&. othe^ nsnd, yo^sbo??j fJ^^Wtf-rnarked Ufo and' sarria your" devotion to a. Godly walk ai,? conv...

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. — 15 April 1914

Mure you ?reu Xerth Anderten ? - Ihn?' you riefen It recently! !l?'iiir;n?i?'r, we will he more thun pleased to toke you to North And?T*oii ' at your own romciifcm-t-, We feel quite rertuin you will eujoy tile trip. ... . - ..... j """ .? ~ , ~ . . ' . , ' >;. ? ? . ' ' '' " , Scene Prom The Auto Bandits of New York, At the Electric Theatre Thursday. N?W READY [ <i Plants I 4 . of--. L ^ Wood's I j BRIMMER [ ^ Tomato w 5 20c per. doz. > 3 doz for Soc. ? j ANDERSON FLORAL GO. [ Phon? 4 4 . 4 J member? of Florists Telegraph C 2 Delivery. f U'TAIN R. J. RAWER N COLLEGE VIEW begin ln?i???h{f ui) Wood 'clo immediately. EfiSQN REAL ESTATE S ?k^rS?SSFHT f!fl .... - ".NN?, L. ?. Horton, '?nt. V. Pretideni W. F. Marabali, Soc. Starting Something We have exclusive agency for the Perfec tieri Auto Starter - FOR FORDS- i Look for the Fords without crank?. Let us explain them to i you and show you that there ts not * tMurt of thc starter tn motion after the engine is started. Simplicity...

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. — 16 April 1914

PART ONE VOL. 1. NO. 1. Weekljr, K?t?WUhe4 1860;Doily, Jan. 18, 1914. ANDERSON, S. C. TUESDAY MORNING, JAN. 13, 1914. PRICE FIVE CENTS. $5.00 PEF ANNUM. PRESIDENT IN HUERTA NOW APPEARS TO ?E EVADING THE ISSUE TEST TO COME IN A FEW DAYS Bat^ship? Are Hurrying On Atlantic and On the Pacific To Be Re a dy For Any Emergency (By Associated . Press) WiiBblustoa. April 16.-~iWith a ma jority of; the ships or tho American AWttj##r?0fcw today to proceed ?romcdl?^^y^tol th'o Aita?tl? aha jtf? 'SPL^?Sfii^ ?Mexico, the United 8|ateti,>Wrtai^ Provisional VTosidentjjp?tirta; final warning that* unies? a s?late were fired to tho stars ansi Btripc4 within a. reasonable time to atone "fqr repeated offenses against tho right and dignities of the United States," serious eventualities lt was loamed tonight that General H nerta when appraised bp Charge O'Shaughnessy of the proposed dem - . onstratlon or the Atlantic fleet, argu ed that the episode growing out of tho arrest of American bliielae-ket? a...

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. — 16 April 1914

THU ( UAH* OF MURK' What ?or? raptamos than to hear I nan? papal/*r ?lr exquisitely played | Gaod issirunient* are not expensho. They'Blay appear so. Wheo the qual ity ari life el a Vim st fc?OjBO ls! conpared with one at $40000 that eost*| fag the" ?est Is found te ne ??te cheap est. We charge les* ior what Is good than others eborac for what ls peer. Willis & Spearman -.Mme HQUSC... Blet^jJ3te Anderen, &C. CAPTAIN R. J. RAMER BUYS IN COLLEGE VIEW He wi? begin btiildinx onj Wood row Circle immediately. mm m mm & INVESTMENT Gi H. H. ^SttjfcMfy President, JJ. 8. Horton, V, President I ?jk Marshall. Bec. .V--V I'M Condensed statement ot the ? finan cial condition of The Bank- of Aniderson ??dersoQ, 8. C.. at tho close rf bast' noss, March 4/1014, aw shown by sistemen', mada to tho State Bank Ex aminer: HBSOUnCES: Loans and Discounts . .1 I,1 . Fond aim* Stocks .. .. ?iea? xsataio ,. .. .. .. 35,o*3. Dib from Banka and Bank ers.. 63.654.?0I Cash' and Cash Items .. ^SjCft To...

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. — 16 April 1914

ra T* i ?"g?^\ DLL 1AJ ******** ***** * INTERESTING BUD AND NOTEIS FR * __ * CLAUDE ?. GRAV ****** * * # * * * * Relton .April Kt.-John T. Hanke, p well-to-do and host ling farmer of th* Shirley Store section, was among thog* who had business,, ttl Belton today, -i x.. V. Oh H p men, progressive fanner and marchan! of Toriey Cr?ele section was ii . ^Biness visitor to Belton 0*y:v-:v..^,;.-.,,;;.;,.f /> . ? ? Mr. and Mr.s. R. E. Chapman, of ti Totiey Creek section, were in Belt today. Mr. Chapman is a hustlin farmer and merchant. Mrs/H. M. Geer, of Belton wll leave today for Land rum. where she will spend ten days, the guest ot he daughter, Mrs. Roy Whitlock. II. p. Willingham, waa'a visitor Anderson this afternoon. .:- O. K, Livingston Jr.. wah . arno tliOBc who went to Anderson today. * ; ?? "?>.*."? ^< -. J. Newton ('ox, of Bolton route 4, waa ajbuslnens visitor to Relton toda" ? : .'? ' T. ll. Hunks, G. .W, .McCoy and J O. Smith, leading'farmers'of Hodges, ii::, wero ,am...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 16 April 1914

THE ANDERSON INTELLIGENCER Founded 188? DM Merill Main Street 1 ANDERSON, 8. 0. ??-M- 1 WILLIAM BANKS - - Editor; W. W SMOA.'< - Business Manager1 Enter? According to Act of Con-j greas as/Sfccond Class Mail Matter at the Postofflce at Anderson, B. C. ?-?S--,-1 Published Every Morning Except I Monday Eemi-Weekly Edition on Tuesday andi ' Friday Mornings --! Semi-Weekly Edition-$1 60 par Tear. I Sally Edition-$5.00 per annum;1 $2.50 for Six Months; $1.26 for Three Months. IN ADVANCE '" " ' ' I Member of the Associated Press and! Receiving Complote Dally Telegraphic; Service A large circulation than any other newspaper in this Congressional Dis trict TELEPHONES? Editorial- - - - - - - 1?7? Business Office ------ ,M1 Job Printing.-dit-L Local Ngwa. 827 Society Siwa - - - - - 821 Tfae Intelligencer la delivered , by carriers 4a) the city. If you fall to get your vosper regularly pleaae notify us. Optt?ite your name on label of your paper is printed date to which your paper is paid. A...

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. — 16 April 1914

A MESSAGE TO THE LADIES OF ANDERSON AND VICINITY. This announcement is for the distinct purpose of calling your attention to thejndisputable fact that it is no longer necessary for you to send your money to New York, Philadelphia or Chicago, in exchange for WEARING APPAREL, HOUSE FURNISHINGS, JEWELRY, GROCERIES, SHOES, MILLINERY, DRY GOODS, ETC. It has becorhe a habit \yith some people to feeljthat there are certain things they must order through the catalogues which are,sent broadcast over ?ie country from the above mentioned cities. There is not a town or com muiiity in this state: but wh*t is in close proximity to sdme larger one which has stores that are amply equipped to satisfy needs of its c?tiaens, thereby shutting off this1 steady stream ot money northward-arid 'keeping it in its ov/n section. ' '*" /^..^'*'i*P& L '' .'' ?? '.'. " . - * GREENVILLE OCCUPIES THAT POSITION IN UPPER CAROLINA. Her stores ?re thoroughly equipped in every respect to satisfy your needs tn any p...

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. — 16 April 1914

Uncle Sam to Extend Welcome Hand to Queen of Bulgaria Tl'TClAL ceremonies connected with Mm visit of Queen Eleonora of Bul 'garla to ide lulled Hiato* lu May will bo In eharge of Third Aaalstatit u~4,v~iut-u tit utoii* Willem. PU'iHn* rnrontlv SnnninUrtl.. / rmv and navy officers will bedesignated to accompany the queen vb?reir?.r ?he may choose to go In her tour of the country, ?nd thea?,: with the ?tatVi|rpaVt tnect'a envoy officers, will represent her In oil armhg?uients with local officials of eitle? and stnteM.Ib cohueVtlou with ; her >htermthttba1. .-A? ?ne of the ?h leola of O ueen .Eleonore's visit to this country wili Li? io se* tb? l u. nal, lt hos b&u suggested that bhe tnay be taken to the isthmtl'e oh a warship. N?w If?rk Cotton New': .York, April in.'-Au oar Iv '?V. ' r??ne tn todhy'? . cot lon mark<*??s|& ried prices Into hew low ground for tho reaction, and Muy contract* told on tn l?.ttl* or $55.50 a bale bi low the high level of last weeki " - . sourc...

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. — 16 April 1914

To Aadertc? , ?sutb Carolina Master Prtotflr?' as sociai ion wm ;?Q}$, i?ty ?tomi ?on* d?nv__ ^?nuf*l? "&5fM^?at^^^? dre?s.'. ^ m.. Jnhn>. M^|ii?jist church I A large congr?gation m present?nd I sn. able talfc on the Book of Ea- * j thc;,:psi?. ^mj>}m:X^.c\ty bt, m*tr i .ittHre-- number o? citlsens lust ><> ?oonam?ea, he.said. V, "T . ^v;?Ustowalaa suted that he was travor of the district meeting plan. v rJjS^L**1 ^ candidates for ?Wf J OM#K should asset at some caiftffih BK*? "? eacn or thcongressional dla- i WTO-and discuss the issues, os tha :'l ^? varlpu? cl^Ual^^^^v!^^ ii hA^aMra^gie ip devote to the vg- i T^Sifrhar campaign work by going i WWrtnus parts di the state, when ba- 1 3?fVi?Imkscaiea stabed that ho waaf 8 .e?n?Sr0 ??^**** ^b he j\ , ?75 0 * '''iaEW' ? ?i r, ? . >*?wisSffv ais Prs< ??'?.'.'?fhe?, tomatoes and beaks cf va'.*. rtOU3[ kinda. $>rmers ar= advised to ?j w#fi? '^?.O^taaon college for a cop*, < ot ilia bulletin on "Hom* Gardenin...

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. — 16 April 1914

To Alaska via The Great Rivers of the BEAUTIFUL SCENIC PHOTOPLAY This picture should appeal to all lovers of nature as it shows the wild, rugged scenery along the great rivers of the northwest on a trip to Alaska 1 he Chains of Honor, a two reel Pathe drama and The Reward, a Lubin drama complete our today's program, which we consider exceotionallJ good. Lom? see them. . " TO-DAY Thursday April, 16th. THE PALMETTO THEATRE THE MAN THAT PUT THE "MOVE" IN MOVIES TO-DAY Thursday April, 16th 1 - -'J? Hawdon seen ; North Andersonf Have ron seen ii recently f HTmebihfT, we will W Wm than pleased to take you to North Anderson nt your own convenience, We feel quite certain you will enjoy the trip. 1 NOW READY ? Water la not a cheap thing to S 4 i ?se to cleaning a floor. Water I Plan*? i remares part of any finish, * r ian?S ? raises the grain of ike wood 4 . > an* toares n floor dull, i OT ? "Brightener" is cheaper titan. 4 u/**J?. > waler fer floors. Never injuree 1 VyOOd S gay fialNh...

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. — 17 April 1914

--."' ? ' ' '**"<W,"^*^^W**""*"*^ _ III, III, - ._. ^ _ VOU 1, NUMBER 77. tT^t lr^^^^lt, Uli, ANDERSON, S. C., FRIDAY M0RN5NG, APRIL 17. 191* PWCEWE^ENli ?B^PER ANNUM. CRISIS IS PA GR?TlFWNfc NEWS RECEiV* ?? PRESIDENT WILSON THURSDAY BIG CLOUD SHOWS RIFT Accepting Huerta vs Apology . Is Not Regarded In Any Sens? As Recognizing Him Head of a Government (By Associated Press) Washington, April 16.-The United States government , tonight accepted , General Huerta's offer to salute the starr, and stripes as an, apology' for,, the arrest of Americas bluejackets at < Tampico a week ago today . Thc i Huerta government's salute to thc ; American Hag ?viii 'bo-answered witto 1 a salute to the trl-colrtr or the Most- . can.nation. " Thle arrangement, the . detalle of < which wero peing finally arranged i tonight In an exchange of, official ] messages between' Washington aaa ? Mexico City, ended. In 'the- view ' of \ all high administration officials, . the ' crisis that bad resulted in...

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. — 17 April 1914

! ? Donalds, S. C., April 15, 1914. fi\r] Calhoun Harris, District Superintendent, i Mutual Life Insurance Co., New York. Anderson, S.'C. ti 1 want to thank you, and tiirough you, your company for the check for ?927.oo, which you have today handed me in settlement of death claim under policy No. 1775953, on the life of my husband, j Sam Ray. / I hardly know how to express my appreciation of the treatment 1 have received by your company. On February 27th, 1909, the above named policy was iwued for $1OOO;O0. The Company made a loan of $87.62 under same, and this, loan with accrued Interest was due on February 27th, 1913, and as same was not renewed, it appears that the Company returned the policy to my husband, who was then living at Vina, Ala., indorsed as \ "?aid up ttun insurance," for $927.00, for one year and one month, .from February 27th, 1913. He died June 28th, 1913, and 1 was tot aware for some time that the insurance was in force, and al though I have never been able to fin...

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. — 17 April 1914

m&**?tlmmm?t??mmWmmimm?mm*??M^^ -1-*]rwr|ii.m., BELTON PAGE DEVOTED TO THE UPBUILDING OF BELTON AND VICINITY, AND AS A MEDIUM FOR COMMLTWCATING NEWS AND ADVERTISING. ^ y X BIL it sr rn? * INTERESTING BUD( AND NOTES FRC * CLAUDE A. fi* * Vj* ** * * * 4 Redtop, April 1?.-W. I. Wlthar #pe<n. n prominent merchant timi rendent of Yorkyillo. wan in Belton to<lu;. Meting and abahing ? nanda Ith tho citizens of Belton. Mr. rt&eiapoon is a candidate for JUHB trice or railroad commissioner in tba rbnury thin summer ty>d ?tate? tba* a hy receiving'a, ^reat deal of en gagement. JJ? i'-j ?:-^r--ri rai. P. Cothran, a prominent rosident abd farmer of the Touey Creek sec tion, waa lu Kelton today oh business. J. i>. .McFadden, travelling repre sentative of thc Southern Printers' S?pply Company, of Atlanta, -was apUvUR prose in town yesterday. G E. Mooee, editor und proprietor ni ?he Houuu Pulu Chronicle, had b)!f)inona in Belton today. % Alpha Necse, manager of the Queen Thi :it...

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. — 17 April 1914

i'". m. THE ANDERSON INTELLIGENCE! ronoded 188? S North ?ala Strati ANDERSON, 8. C. WILLIAM BANKS - - Edito W. W SMOAK - Business Manage Entered According to Act of Con gras? aa Second Class Mall Matter a the I'oBtomYo at Anderson, 8. C. I Published Every ^Morning Exoep Semi-Weekly Edition on Tuesday an< Friday Mornings . - Semi-Weekly Edition-$1 60 per Tear Dally Edition- ?G.00 per annum 12.50 for Six Months; ?1.25 for Thrw Months. IN ADVANCE Member ot the Associated Presa an< Receiving Complete Dally Telegrapt Service A large circulation than any otb? newspaper in this Congressional Dis tri ct TELEPHONES? Editorial - Business Giffie* Job Printing Local News Society . Nowe The %ntellfgencer ls , delivered, ?j carriers; In the city.' If you fall tc get you* paper regularly please notify us. Qnpbslte your.name on label of you* paper is printed date te which your paper ls paid. All checke and drafts Should be drawn to The Ander son Intelligencer. Washington, April 16.-?Forceas!:...

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. — 17 April 1914

New Novelties. The Bee Hive has an immense collection of the very newest things in Jewelry Bags Belts, Fans, Beads, etc., and, as in ali other lines, will save you money on the price. BEADS There never knit been ene? g race fer bend? ns there fe new erery one wears bends, front ?ike (lay tot to ber rondntotber. Some, tineen two strlags are wera, and these are frequently of contrasting "fa . ' ' V ' ; [*' ; You'll And tba? here of every leofjih, kind and esler, 16c, Sac, Rosebud Jewelry ? New so rauch the rage. The let faelndes Hat Pf ne, Bar Pins, Brooches, Shirt Walat Pins, etc* ia varions designs-tba prices co si ?eating at SS cantu. .... Fan? .We bare, perhaps, the most extensive showing of sew Pans In ike etty-prices Se to tl.fi?. New Tango Novelties Beaut Ifni Tango Hair Pins, Rhinestone settings, very pretty I 25c, Wie and $1.00 unir. ^, Hew Bags ?Pretty new novelties inst ont. Beal leather 'Hags in popular ors with mirror, note or memo pads, pencils, etc* SO cents te WM, Vani...

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. — 17 April 1914

LEGAL I N> 30?? TAX NOTICE The tim? for paying commutation road tax has boen extended by tho Board until May 1st, after which time the book? will be turned ovar to the! collectors and Ute .usual penalty,.willi bo attached.. J. Mack King, County Supervisor. I 4 2-tt PCSLIC ROAD NOTICE Tho public ls warned one morel time against filling up the drains of publie roads with sassafras sprouts and briars. Also against plowing! into thc roads. I am spending the County's money and why do you per sist in ever doing In - tills careless manner what we spend your money to (keep up. Some day patience v.-.Ti cease to be a virtue. Then there is law I again*! the practice. Please stop. I J, Mark King, County Supervisor. 4-ztf. NOTICE OF ELECTION. There will be an election In Leban on School District at Lebanon school boose on Saturday 18th day of April, ll? 14, for tho purpose of levying bonds cm said district In the sum of $r>,000. to he ii"ed ff?: th? purpose of erecting a ri' ..i i,t,...i i...

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. — 17 April 1914

xnsai TT! RH ??J_'_- , ? . ? ? ?-? ?> LADIES OF ANDERSON This announcement is for the distinct purpose of calling your attention to the indisputable fact that it is no longer necessary for you to send your money to New York, Philadelphia or Chicago in exchange for WEARING APPAREL, HOUSE FURNISHINGS, JEWELRY, GROCERIES, SHOES, MILLINERY, DRY GOODS, ETC. lt has become a hablt-wHh some people to feel that there are certain things they must order through the catalogues which are sent broadcast over thc country from the above mentioned cities. There is not a town or com munity in this state but what is in close proximity to some larger one which has store-:, itel are amply equipped ^.satisfy needs of its citions, thereby shutting off. this steady stream of money northward-and keeping it in its own section 'v . ' ?yt&Sp't. ,,,:v GREENVILLE OCCUPIES Tli?T PC1?TION IN UPPER CARPLINA. - Her stores are thoroughly Equipped In every respect lo satisfy your needs In any particular. By off...

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. — 17 April 1914

"WILD BEASTS AT LARGE" -:- SPECIAL TWO REEL FEATURE -: At The PALMETTO THEATRE SATURDAY, APRIL 18th I If you can't forget your troubl?e while watching this show, they are pretty serious ones-THAT'S SURE. "Some thriller" this picture. You will wonder bow it's done-How UM subjects manage to escape - with their Uvea! Actual physical danger baa bean braved in the production of this picture. You see the result in amazement, but you can't imagine thc "ticklish" work of tba actors ia posing for ?ad eu? acting the scenes of personal peril and adventure. It's enough to quicken die pultv to look at such a picture See program for other two reels. lOc -:- FOUR BIG REELS EVERY DAY -s- lOe "THE MAN THAT PUT THE MOVE'IN MOVIES." WHITE CANVAS SLIPPERS FOR CHILDREN A pretty white canvas slipper for children, one ?trap with medium sole. .', The very best grade of canvas and the . ' ' . flt can not be touched. ?1.25 ?nd $IM, Bare Foot Sandals and Play Oxfords A Une most complote-the best ever shown he...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
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