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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 2 March 1915

^DIJCi^TIC^?^Al. P A.GE PabMsd Ever/ T8SSd2y in m D?i,y and s*mi"WeeUy inteuigencer ,n? devoted to the cause of Edncaiion in Anderson County and everywhere. ooooooocooooooooo o PENDLETON SCHOOL o OOOOOOOOO0OOOOOOO Misa Maggie Garllngton visited odr school Thuraday, February 18th, and assisted in organising a ??iiooi im^ provoment association. Mis? Gallic Trescot was elected president; Mrs. John Hall, Jr., vice preslucnt; Mir.s Dsllto Hunger, secretary and treasur er. Twenty ladles Joined aad each promised to bring auother member to the next meeting. The meetings wilt be held at the school bouse the fourth Friday afternoon in each month. We feel sure with such inter est manifested at the Itrit meeting the work will be a success Mr. B. Q. Evans s^nd Rev. T L. Smith came to see the noys and girls tract team at practice period on Mon day. t Miss Janic Qarlington Vsi'td our school Monday.. Sbe gave us practi cal questloiB concerning thi e ob pol district to oe answer next autumn/" Monday...

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. — 2 March 1915

mm A....< <?? <. i mm Pill ? TODAY'S PROGRAM SOUTHERN BLOSSOMS CO, Presenls "THE ELOPERS" MOVIES FOR TODAY "THF LAW OF THE WILDS" A two reel American "FATTY'S ROLE" A Keystone V Safety Fi*sft "CHATTANOOGA" FLOWS A FLOW FOB EYERY PURPOSE "Til F LITTLE DANDY,'* a one horse plow, With' Totter Share, live inches deep und seven Indies deep. Thin plow itax good clearance ander the cotton and will not illl np with dirt and sticky soil. "THE COTTON KINO," a light two horse f lew, ~a?c with steel beam, with a rapacity ' six lochen deep and nine inches wide. This plow Is made Right Hand only; and from its great popularity it must be the right plow in the right place. "TERRAriNO- plow. See our No. 43 and 44. Every plow maker makes this style plow, but every plow maker does not make this QUALITY plow. Either of these No. 43 or 44 for. terracing land con in t he'beaten. The land sldo is sloping, and the tuulrihuurd fa concave, strongly curved.. Uns a high, bold front, wild a thin, sharp...

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. — 5 March 1915

TUESDAY AND FRIDAY Weekly, Established 1860; Dally Jan. 18, 1914. ANDERSON, S. C FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH S, 1915. HlEll?0EHC PRICE $1.50 THE YEAR RE5UHE ATTACK TURKiSHFORTS BOMBARDMENT OF THE DAR DARNELLES AGAIN IN FULL SWING GERMANS SUFFER HEAVY LOSSES Make Unsuccessful Attempts to Break Through Russian En trenchment* in Galicia i?y Associated Press.) LONDON, March 3 (11:50 p. m.).?A Reuter dl-. patch from Athens says: "The allied fleet today bombarded and reduced to silence the forts of Dardanus, Hamidieh and Tchemerllk, on the Asiatic side of the Inside Dardanelles. The telegraph station at Bezlkia also was demolished. "Thp bombardment was carried out by nine ships, wr-.'ch advanced two miles up the straits." Bombardment In Foil Swing. The bombardment of. the Dardanel les by French and British warships, suspended temporarily by storms, again seems to be in full swing. Re ports of the progress of the bombard ment came f.*om various sources and the British admiralty has issued a summ...

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. — 5 March 1915

If Y ] Can't Afford a New WAGON WHY NOT PAINT YOUR OLD ONl?? We have some excellent Wagon and Car riage Paint that we bought at a great bargain, and we are more than willing to give our farmer friends the benefit of our good fortune. You can clean up, and paint your wagon, buggy, or carriage, and improve its appear ance greatly, and add considerable to its life -by painting it now. And at this time when all of us wish to economize, painting our buggies and wagons will in a great many cases answer, instead of buying new vehicles. All colors: Red, Green, Yellow, Black and Marroon. Per Pint Per Quart Best Grade .... 40c 75c Second Grade . . 30c 50c Guaranteed Three Years Come in while the supply is unbroken! "If you want the best, see Guest." No. 113 West Earl Street. Opposite the Y. JW. C. A. Building. ANNOUNCEMENT 199 1-2 E* Whitner St Anderson, S. C. FILLING, CROWN AND BRIDGE SPECIALTY EXPERT ON EXTRACTING Either way, asleep or wide awake; One of the best in the State. EXAJV1IME TIR...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 5 March 1915

POLICE FRl ANARCH ARREST MAN AS HE PLACES TWO BOMBS IN ST. PATRICK'S CATHE DRAL HUNDREDS WERE IN ATTENDANCE Had Planned Assaooination of New York's Wealthiest Men and a Campaign of Violence and Bloodshed Without Prec edent in N. Y. City NEW YORK, March 2.?Tho diseov- | ery ol an auarchiBtlc plot aiming at the assassination of Andrew Carne gie. Cornelius Vunderbilt, John D. Hockfeller and his ; son, and other wealthy men. and the inauguration of a reign "of terror- and looting in New York City, was announced by the po lice today after they had urrested a nlan as he ?laced two bombs In St. Patrick's Cathedral, where.. several! hundred persons were... worshipping. Today's sensational development I was the culmination of months .of | work by deteetlves hi uncoverlrg conspiracy, which, they declare, pro jected a ^campaign of violence and bloodshed without precedent in New York City. So carefully had the nolice worked that the anarchist wod allowed to light the fuse of one of the bombs wh...

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. — 5 March 1915

?HE ANDERSON INTELLIGENCER founded a I (a si l. iKSf. 110 West Wiilluer Streek AM>M/rtt>>, 8. C, W. W. SMOAK. Edltor and Bus. Mgr E. ADAMS..Managing IOd?tor. lu M. GLENN.City Editor | PHELl'S SASSKEN, Advertising Mgr T. B. OODFllEV.Circulation Mgr. Entered as second-class matter Ap ril 28, 1914. at tue post office at An derson, South Carolina, under the Act of March 3. 1679. Member of Associated Press and I Receiving Complete Daily Telegraphic| Service. telephones Editorial and Business Office.8211 Job Printing .693-L| SUBSCRIPTION BATES Serai-Weekly One Tesr .|1.60| Six Months .761 Daily One Tesr .16.00 Six Months .2.60 Tiireo Months . .. 1-25 The Intelligencer is delivered by carriers in the city. It you fall to get your paper regularly please notify j 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. THE WEATHER. Nouth Carolina:. I'm set Hod Thurs day; Friday r...

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. — 5 March 1915

SPECIAL Standard quality lOc Bleaching, yard wide, soft finish'.7c (Limit 10 yds). SPECIAL Best grade 8c Apron Ginghams . . . . . .5c (Limit 10 yds). , SPECIAL Good quality 8 c Bleaching, 36 inches wide, yard . . . . . 5c (Limit 10 yds). SPECIAL 9 lbs Good Rio Roast ed CoiTee .... .$1.00 (Limit 9 lbs). SPECIAL 10c Pajama Cloth, yard. . . 7c (Limit 10 yds). SPECIAL Full weight 3 lb. Can Tomatoes, two can tor.15c (Limit 2 cans). SPECIAL lo pound bucket Lard.-90c ( Limit t bucket). ; Standard Granulated Sugar, 4t. Pound Can you buy Standard Granulated Sugar today fc. 4c per pound? You can and we will tell you where and how. A car load of Standard Granulated Sugar to hanu out during this sale. We will sell 25 lbs for $1.50 or With a cash purchase of $ 1.00 you ge 25 lbs for . ;. With a cash purchase of $2.00 you ge 25 lbs for. With a cash purchase of $3.00 you ge 25 lbs for . .. With a cash purchase of $4.00 you ee 25 \bz for. With a cash purchase of $5.00 you ge 25 lbs for. .With a cas...

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. — 5 March 1915

6 FAIR j PLA Upon Charges of Out of Clash Races Last STATE OFFER, TELLING TE1 Of Two Negroes Beh Party of Whites at Third Negro Being and Clubbed VI (Stuff CorreaDohddnce.) WALHALLA. March 2.?In the court or general sessions ror Oconeo coun ty thlH morning William T. McCliire, J. Wood row Campbell, ('alma ('. Kay. S. AuguBtua Jones, John McDonald and William Kay. residents of the Fair Play section or this county, were placed on trial for their lives, tho grand Jury having indicted them on charges or murder of Oreen Gibson, one of three negroes who met death an the rcBult of un escapade that oc cured in that section on December 20. last. Tho close or the first day's trial of the case saw the State with probably a llttlo more than half or Its testi mony in. Tho prosecution put up twelve witnesses during the day, mid ot this number two might be Bpoken of as "star" men. Testimony given by tho other ten wdtnesses wiib or minor importance, us compured with that given by the two principals...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 5 March 1915

30-D?YS' SPECIALS-30 . -AT i . RED IRON RACKET 1 lot Men's stiff Hats 7^ || Wurth fi.5G vu $2.,.. .w-. w Se Handkerchiefs 3c We will give you. : a chance at that cotton buyer now, O?-, 5c Handkerchiefs for.. mC Special One lot-Men's Suits worth $6.50 to 98.00, while the lot lasts_ $3.98 50c Bundles 39c Big fat 50c bundles, about 100 in th? lot?this is your last chance ?about 25 yards to the QOw bundle.?JSJC $100.00 Reward $100 reward to any one who will show better grade^on' Cloth than our "Best Made" Table Oil Cloth, 25c quality, sale 4 price.ASJC Sc Cheek Homespun 3 l-2c Look! Look! - Here is a chance to get even with that cotton buyer?get 5c goods back for.... 34c Extra Specials 7 yard Androscoggin Bleach. ing? the big sale price? A %-* limited ... . ...?TOC Extra Specials 10 yards Stanley Percale,'col ore guaranteed. Th? big ?Ja sale price?limited .... w?/C ?OcTowek?Jc Fine lOe bleached towels, size 15x31, 5 limit.... 5c $5.00 Suits at. 96.60 Suits at. $7.50 Suits at ... .', Men...

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. — 5 March 1915

FAIR Pj WEI Jury Agreed on A Guilty" After Minutes D EVENTS MOVED All Testimony Comph noon Session? Aftei to Arguments and Three Day: (Htnfi CorreKiiondence. ) WALHALLA, March 4.?Alter dc liberating for 2V, mtnuteB the Jury In tne cas? of William T. McClure,. J. Woodrow Campbell, Culma C. Kay, ?. Augustus '.Jones, John McDonald and Will Kay, residents of the Fair Pltiy section of Oconee county, who wore placed on trial Tuesday morn ing charged with the murder of Green Gibson during a rueo riot there on December 20 luBt. tonight returned a verdict of "not guilty" with reference to all six defendants., i Interesting Trial. The rendering. of this rennet brought to a close tho three days' trial of a. case that has attracted wider Interest than any matter fled in the criminal courts of Oconee county in yearB. The six men who woro on trial aro equally well known in Anderson, and interest in the out come of the case was probably keen er in tho lattlr county than In the county in which the ...

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. — 9 March 1915

E nttefion TUESDAY AND FRIDAY Mitt AMIIOK nioTnifiT nr uraimusur REAL ESTATE DEALER KILLS FIVE CITIZENS AND WOUNDS 32 WAS HIMSELF SHOT TO DEATH Police Believe Man Became Sud denly Insane Because of Financial Difficulties (By A-stxiatiMl I'm**!*.) BRUNSWICK, Ga., Mar. (j.?Armed with un automatic, shotgun. Monroe Phillips, a real estate and timber dealer ran amuck in the business dis trict here today, killed flve citizens, wounded :!2 and w*as himself shot dead. Of the wounded Gunner Tolnas. a bank collector, and Ernest Mc Donald probably will die. The dead arc: Marry P. Dun woody, prominent at torney . William M. Hacke?, undertaker. H. M. Dca ver. iioliceniau. L. C. Padgett, former policeman. George \V. Asbell. motor man. Monroe Phillips, real estate and timber dealer. The police believe that Phillips be came suddenly insane because of al leged financial ditilculties. It was at the busiest hour of the day that Phillips, carrying a shotgun, entered the office of Harry P. Dun woody a l...

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. — 9 March 1915

i I H' % ? I I H EDU< OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO o o o CENTERVILLE HIGH o o SCHOOL o o o OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO We arc proud of our educational page In The Intelligencer. Wo look forward to Tuesday's paper with pleasure. Miss Maggie Gnrlington hau not been to our school this yeur. hut hope she has not forgotten us. We havo an average of about one hundred and fifteen pupis every day. Our principal is one of the most ef ficient and able tenchers we have ever known, Misses Elizabeth IJreazcale and Iris ilembree are splendid as sistants, who are doing excellent work. W)e hope we will have good weather end roads for field's day. We are an ticipating a fine time. We were glad to have F.?3V. W. n. Hawkins of Starr visit us recently. He gave us an excellent talk on edu cation. We enjoyed it very much, hope ho Will come back ugaln. Several of our pupils tattended a "tacky pound" party at .Miss Mary Campbell's in Orecnpond district last week. All reported a pleasant time. Miss Jaunie (Jurlington visited...

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. — 9 March 1915

?. B. BLECKXEY 0. BL HEABB Phone ?71 Phone 27 117 E. Whitner St. Bleckley & Heard jl UNDERTAKERS II Answer a? calls day or night, rbono 263 II JH. K?5 CUHN 11 Tin Bos'; rat and m\co ps'orrolnatorniode. Kills un iltl y mid uiiMitulfl y wlt'i'iuloclor. Mtiuunlr'.e-.?thus pri'vunlliiir il?tomposl ti?.Ii. lli'iii'r ttuui nil tlib trips In tho ivoi Id. 1-j.slkt nh (ietuilu? RAT CORJ?. 2.'i<.,?Oc, Jl ai ilt'Ulers ?t uy ?auil, fiOSt? nnl.l BOTANICAL MFC. CO. 4th <fi Rae? St:. Philadelohta. P? ANDERSON C0UR1Y MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE CO. Call to seo us, If we can't save you money on your Insurance, then let the other fellow have It. The cost In the past has been less than other in surance. . . . Remember our rates: 50c per, $100.00 on Dwelling. ?? ?-3c per, $100.00 on other proper ty. J. J. Smith, President and Treasurer. J. R. Vandiver.Vice President J. A. Major....Secretary DIRECTORS: Rev. W. W. Leathers, J. M. Knox, Lee Q. Holleman, J. J. Smith, P. L. Brown, S. L. Shirley, J. R. V...

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. — 9 March 1915

?HE ANDERSON INTELU6ENCER FOUNDED AUGUST 1. ISM. 140 West Vf Miner Street, ANDERSON, 8. C W. W. SMOAK, Editor and Bun. Mgr ?. ADAMS.Managing Editor. K? M. GLENN.City Editor . PHELPS SA3SEEN, Advertising Mgr T. B. GODFREY.Circulation Mgr. Entered as Bocond-claas matter Ap ril 28, 1914, at tho post office at An derson, South Carolina, under the Act | oj IghrCb 3, 1379. Member of Associated Press and Receiving Completo Dally Telegraphic | Service. TELEPHONES Editorial and Business Office...77.8211 Job Printiug .693-L| ftlTRKCRII'TlOX RATER SeniMYeekly One Year .f 1.501 Six Months .751 DaOy One Year .95.00 Six Months . 2.50 Three Months . .. 1-25 The Intelligencer Is delivered by carri?re in the city, if you fall to get your paper regulnrly please notify us. Opposite your name on the label of your paper is printed date to j which our paper is paid. Al> checks and drafts should be drawn to The Andorson Intelligencer. 8*ooooooooooo C 0 n OCR DAILY POEM. o o 0 ooooooooooooo The Children...

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. — 9 March 1915

Goods Roads FAV0H8 BOND ISSUE i Editor Anderson Intelligencer: Dour Sir:?The "controversy, which perhaps', is a term more suita ble now, in the Intelligencer's advo cacy of bond issue for roads than the gentle timidity of u word calle?dis cussion?this controversy is as much amusing as a moving picture show. It Is like discussion on the war, on re ligion or politics; the animation cov erp the hard fccllngB after all, and each is interested in' good naturedly S"c!ug how many timeH better than ir.lmBolf can the next opponent of his argument show out to the public. I There Is no animosity; wore each to travel the very widest from the breast center of hio own thoughts, the two brother men would at the opposite side from the starting place meet and'close a circuit. The union would be a hand shake. The roads, the people will have at the present time, a communi ty not warmed up by special conglom erations of fireside talks about ' it have caught cold from the breezy sub ject, but after the ...

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. — 9 March 1915

HUSBAND I After Four Years of Discouraging Conditions, Mrs. Bullock Gave Up in Despair. Husband Came to Rescue. Catron, Ky.?In an interesting letter from Iltis place, Mrs. lietlie Bullock Write? as follows : "I suffered tor four years, with womanly troubles, and during litis ti'.nc, I could only sit up for a little While) and could not walk anywhere at all. At times, I would have severe pains in my left side. The doctor was called in, and his treat ment relieved me for a while, but 1 was soon confined to my bed again. After that, nothing seemed to do me any good. tilt KIT INTKKKKT IN COM INK OF OOIIDON World-Famous Layman, Author' and Lecturer In He In Alidcraou I Days. Anderson pc.iple are keenly inter ested in the coming to this city week after next of Mr. S. I). Gordon, Prcs liytcrlan elder, widely known and he loved, and truly a man of the world. Mr. Gordon will deliver a s?ries of talka in Artucrann. beginning Sunday afternoon, the Mill Insl., and contin uing through March 17. ...

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. — 12 March 1915

E TUESDAY AND FRIDAY Weekly, Established I860; Daily Jan. 13, 1014. ANDERSON, S. C. FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 12, 1915. PRICE $1.50 THE YEAR NO REPLY YET TO NOTE TO CARRANZA DEMANDING AN IMPROVE MENT IN CONDITIONS IN. MEXICAN CAPITOL FOR FOREIGNERS LIVING THERE FOOD SITUATION IS STILL SERIOUS Increasing Confidence That the United States Will Not Be Compelled to Take Further Flops in Situation GREEK Cabinet Takes Oath of Office and States Position on War (P.y AnMK'intc.1 Pros*.) LONDON, March 1.0.?A Reut?r dispatch from Athens says the new Greek cabinet took the oatli of of fice today and ulso contained this ministerial decision communication to the newspapers: "For Greece, after lier victorious wars, t>. long period of peace was an Imperative necessity to enable her to work for the prosperity of tho tho country. The organization of her public services and fand nnd sea forces nnd the development ami wealth of the country would have (l?y ArfOi-i?tori Pro?.) WASHINGTON. March 10.?Sec re...

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. — 12 March 1915

?The "Florence-Automatic" Wicklest, Valveless, Blue v Flame Oil Cooking Stove bums ordinary kerosene oil? works ion a new principle? you figulate the flame by a tum of the lever, as shown in the cut above, so that the heat is always under absolute con trol?always ready, convenient j and economical?no clogging or leaky valves, no trouble tome wick, hence no smoke, no kitchen'full of soot. Made in five popular sizes. The OU Stoves and Fiarence Ovens SoW bv Anderson Hardware Co. Eat* Whitner St. I TMIS BOY TRAINED IN PERRY BUSI NESS COLLEGE ' Orly a*few -years ago, a gentle man brought, his son to us and told us to take charge of hini and teach him, if we could. The father stated that his son was earning ^10.06 per month on his farni. The boy applied himself and within a few short months he had mastered Bookkeping, Penman ship, Stenography, and Typewrit ing. v f his same farmer 6oy soon obtained a position in the city schools in an adjoining State, worked in that pi ace for a short tim...

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. — 12 March 1915

Inner Tube Bag FREE Arkon, Ohio, March 4, 1915. Mr. C. C. Gaines, Anderson, S. C. Dear Sir: The tube you asked for has heei| mailed you from our Akron office, and we trust you will lind it very useful in keeping your in ner tube from injury. The De Luxe catalogs you desire will be sent you within a few days. When buying tires, please re member that Firestone Tires are built with much thicker treads and side walls than other makes, also that whenever quality demands, we use an t tra ply of fabric. This of cou^e means that Fire stone Tires will last much longer and give less trouble under the most severe road conditions. In every; Firestone Tire we de mand correct design, careful, thorough workmanship and in spection of each process in the making. It of course stands t? reason that the largest tire or ganization in America can give . you the tire which will produce the MOST MILES. .PEK .DOL LAR. We note that ?- is your dealer, bin if 'they are un able toj supply your requirements, we ...

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. — 12 March 1915

?HE ANDERSON INTELLIGENCER FOUNDED AUGUST 1. 186?. lift West Whltner Street. ANDERSON. S. C W. W. SMOAK, Editor and Bus. Mgr E. ADAMS.Managing Editor. s* M. GLENN.City Editor PHELPS SASSEEN, Advertising Mgr T. B. GODFREY.Circulation Mgr. Entered according to Act of Con gress as Second Class .Mail Matter at the Postoftlce at Anderson, S. C. Member of AsbocUUou Press and Receiving Complete Dally Telegraphic Sorvice. SUBSCRIPTION BATES SemLWeeklj' One Tsar .11.60 Sis UontbB .75 Dafly One Tear .96.00 8lx Montbs . 2.60 Three Months. 1-25 Tbo Intelligencer is delivered by carriers In the city. If you fall to get your paper regularly please notify J us. Opposite your name on the label of your paper Is printed date to which our paper is pahi. Al' checks and drafts should be drawn to Tu? Anderson Intelligencer. THE YOUNG M;EVS CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION. Governor Manning In a recent ad dress before the Y. M. C. A. ut Green ville, set forth some of the advantages | accurlng to any community on ac ...

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