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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 21 January 1914

A? Your ?Wp?/ Tailor ? k. f???k ' Almost any* kind of a ^fo|[ \H ' w^ we^ *n j-, *^~Jr the show window and after you try it on. But when it begins to 'settle', the original shape leaves and you realize /that it takes workmanship like that of % v . . i Ed V. Price & Co. .7 ) fr ic not a hot iron, to give lasting shape liness. i j 'Tis much better to have US send ^jrour measure to these famous tailors feiend get real satisfaction. $20 to $45 PRACTICAL TALKS BY GOVERNMENT FARMJXPERTS Mo. III. - Hog Cholera-Potato i Disease-Poultry Raising. United States Soils. (Official Now? Summary of Up to Dato Matters Compiled by th? United State? Department of Agricllture.) THE United States deportment of agriculture ia engaged in ex perimenta looking to the con trol and eradication of bog cholera. During the past twelve months the disease caused a loss among swine of over $00.000.000. While this was slightly larger than in previous years, the less bas ruc into many million? of dollars each yea...

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. — 21 January 1914

The b?i!(ftn?von ftorth main Skeet I now occupied by the Elite Cjif0.^'?<H^^n--U?iSm^^m^:?mA t?/frTi,. , .~.,<"."? I ' ../-?.- - - _ t" --r*W- --rn, . w ...... v.. . " cd into a MODERN, UP-tfO-DATE 1 st afld I Otk Qi February. STARTED. MONDAY r*?ORNft%* P.SM?DELLING Tijn ENTIRE BUILDING. S*rtt?*ftoNT WILL BE SO ARRANGED THAT "DURING HOT WEATHER IT WILL BE COMPARATIVELY OPEN, WHfCH WILL GIVE PER JFECT VENTILATION. )V 'ositi^ely THIS THEATHJ BE SANITARY IN E Y ERY RESPECT-^ :-: :- : WATPH TrHS SfAC? FROM DAY TO V DAY.f FOR4 ' FULL PARTICULARS. ? j . . ? ?JJ h A. M. Piiikston THE MOTION PICTURE MAN { If rou went the BUTTERICK FASHION SHEET each month .end ui" Ile in atarapa end we will send lt to ;you for the next .twelve monthn. Till? ?nouai ?i?uvlj COTSTS pssUjs iud ^=r??i?rtc neth^s! fer the F?shi?? Sheet We here e tull line of Pattern na in ?took and we will flu nil order. PROMPTLY. For Ure next thirty day? we will make a Special ORcr of Ute Delinea, tor for Taree Koathi for ...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 21 January 1914

' You ?ah ' t Ha HOW F^feS WILL Be AWARDED Th?$S^KoO|Rs>ffa This is tbe Handsome Ford ?ar To be given ?wa5r*y ike Anderson IntelKgen cer. Some lady wffl %e the proud possesser of will beaven to the lady, regardless of d?^cV*as Ite.^, vote at the cl?se of the contest.. , . ?;. . DISTRICT P??pS District No. t-The corporate limits *f tO?^?y $f Andarsar?. The $450.00 Lest?- ?i: will be awarded to the lady in District No. V whohasthe highest v#te after the first grand prize has bc ?n awarded. The $110.00 Rock Hill Biiggy will be awarded to the lady in District No. i who'BAS&eisfcon4 Mgiv est vote after the Grand Prize has b .en awarded^ District No. 2-All Rural Routes and tlrwiis^tkile ttfc fifty * Anderson . ' , ..vi. . -.. h?N The Ivers & Pond $4j0;00 iPi?h? will be given to the lady in District No. 2 who hts fte .'4tf?tt>*tt after the first Grand Prise has been awarded. The $110.00 High Point Biggy will be awarded to the lady in District No. 2 who vh$s IH? - second highe...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 21 January 1914

Electric Cit Items o?* Interest sud Personal less On Ibe Str W. A. Gillespie or near Pcndletou, was in Anderson yeaterdnv au.I paid Tlie Intelligencer an ap tirer i nt erl I cali. Mr. GHlespiQ Haid thai over j r,,<jfo bales or cotton had been dinned! ?it ibe Pendleton gin this yt ir, which j is quite a remarkable rcct rd. Mis? Wiggle M. Carlington, su perylsor of rural schools for Ander-1 ?on county, left yesterday 1er ti trip j of Inspection over (he ii univ. M IM Carlington ervects to visit finito n number of the schools and ?iii nut; return to thu city until Friday. The. Texaa Oil Company yesterday received a nnloudifl n< . ,u?i mit bile delivery truck which was at once put into operation. The truck ls al two-ton altair and will greatly fac ilitate th?; handling of t~ii company's ever increasing business. Quite a number of Anderdon coun-i ty farinera are miking preparations] for attending line j ut li annual meet ing cf tho South Carolina Che Stock Ascoclntkn wak a ls ta co...

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. — 22 January 1914

THE ANDERSON DAILY VOL. 1-No. 9. Meekly, E.tablisbed I860, Dally, Ja?, 18, 1014. ANDERSON, S. C THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 22, 1014. PRICE FIVE CENTS. $5.00 PER-ANNUM. ?irnmrt yu ! m NC?nU ftILLtU B? WHITE BOY RESULT OF AN ACCIDENT NEAR IVA ONE WEEK AGO BOY WAS FREED Lad Waa Exhonorated .By th? Result of Coroner's Inquest Wednesday. At a coroner's Inquest held iu the undertaking parlors of O. F. Tolly & Son Wednesday afternoon, Parker Bowie, a lad of about ll, was exone rated of all blame In connection with the death of Adger Dennis, col ored, which occurred at thc Ander son county hospital Wednesday morning at about J o'clock. Very few people knew of the ne gro having been injured. The sheriff and his deputies said Wednesday that Uiey had no information of the affair until they were notified that the nrgro was dead, at which time Coroner J., H. Harbin was summoned and J. Olin Sanders, deputy sheriff, mo ?ent to !VH to bring in thc bey. The eye-witnesses to the shooting, a sister...

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. — 22 January 1914

IL INTE NAMES OF THE LAD ANNOUNCED TH Today it th? Official Sta ht Your*? or One of Your ALL CANDIDATES HA Ibm Anderson Dally Intelligencer's papnarlty contest has begun end the announcement has been met with the ehtlllpated response from the lead teg oltlseoe of Western South Caroli ne. Watch the roting, ?end tn your *aa? or that of your friend; do not be late. Remember that every one has ne equal chane? ot winning th? hon er end th? prises besides the special writes thia papar will ?non announce. It costs you nothing to enter and the Anderson Dally Intelligencer will be pleased to number you among Its candidates. .Tit? honor ls just as great as th? and avery on? ahonld take a pride in seeing themselves nominated. Ton cannot afford to sit by end sea your neighbor get the which in th? eyas of many, Id have hewn won by yon had you entered th? rac? and notified yopi friends to this effect In view of thit .set ii behooves yon to cell mt The Anderson Daily Intelligencer's office Centast...

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. — 22 January 1914

BELTON PARF 0e"0,r.d ,o mcu^??"?a ?? Be"o" ana v.c,n"y, and a. I UH I ?UL a Medium for Communicating News and Ariv^-ll^,." HEW STUDIO OPENED. AnkndU Pl*(nr?? ir? in R* V?JU hw Kew-Coraer. Taylor's ptudlo is toe latest busi ness ventu/e* in Belton, this concern hayles opened Its doors to the public ly high grade of work ls to be done and Mr. Taylor says he feels sure he!wi1? be able to please the people ot Belton better than thy ever have been beforer 1 ' ' _ Statement of the Condition el THE BANK OF BELTON, located at Belton, S. C., at the close of business January lath* lil?. Resources* Lonna and Discounts.$ 218,568.84 Overdrafts. 653.11 Fu-nituro and Fixtures. 2,000.00 Banking House.. . - . 4,694.98 Due from Banks and Bankers. 98,540.24 Currency. 16,841.00 OOld. 2,870.00 Silver and otb?r minor Coin, .2,932.68 Checks ad Cash Items_ 13,286.67 Total.$369,387.42 4 Liabilities i Capital Stock Paid In.1 60.000.00 Surplus Fund . 60,000.00 Undivided Profits, less cur rent Expenses and Tax...

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. — 22 January 1914

iHEANOLR?ON INTtLLIGENCfJ t'snutse IM? Mt Harth Mala Street ANDERSON, S. C. WBLI1AM BANKS, . - Edit??. W. W. BMwAJo, - Bnalaess Managet .. I atare? Aceerdtug to Act of Con gras* aa Second Clans Mall Matter a? Ike Feiteftiee at Andersen, 8. C. Published Every Morning Execji: Mondaj atal.Wuku Ediths c= Tucsisj as.; fc'riauir Mjtrnlnr? Dally Edition-$??.00 per annum. ?Let far Six Months; *1J?5 fer Threi Heaths. Betal-Weakly Edition - $UM pei Annan; 74 ?ants for 8Ix Months; &< aaata far Faur Months. IN ADVANCE Member of the Associated Press an* Beech lng Completa Dally T<:legraphl< Serries, A Urger Circulation Than Any Oth er Newhpaper In This Congressional District. roe Intelligencer la delivered by ??arriera in th? city. . .If yon fall to ?Mt /our paper regularly please notif ts. Opposite your name on label ? your paper la printed date to which ?ur paper la paid. - AU checka and -urta should be drawn to The An *reoo Intelligencer. THOUGHT FOU THE DAY. ' A still small voic...

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. — 22 January 1914

The prope- ??Ht*ing of show wi.idows has been a great problem with most merchants, i. e., lighting them in a way which viii display the MERCHANDISE and not his LIGHTING FiXTLUES. While the lighting fixtures are absolutely necessary for the proper lighting of the display they should be designed to place the light on the goods and not in the e .es of persons looking in the win dows. National X-Ray re lectors are designed exclusively for window lighting, a id the merchant will have no dif ficulty in selecting one which will correctly and economi cally illuminate Ins windows. 1 i 5-? ' ~ ^ f*W -*s, ?= 5 ?HE ? ?. 311 North Main Street ll_ Electrical Contractor. MR. MERCHANT v. Did you ever notice our Electric Sign? No doubt you bar?. Most ever., body has noticed lt. Hos most everybody noticed your sign? And are there a great many people who can positively re member to havo seen your sign at all? Why not make lt attractive enough to be remembered-attractive enough to draw trade-atrac tivo...

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. — 22 January 1914

?==???= 'i-i 1 'j- . i ? ~-J. The building ?ii Narin matin Street nev occupied by th* pm? r?i? un. u?4 ?Lj I_?_J ....? ?_ I "-JF-- .? ~??- ".?ovil i? ?sit, ana w KI I^C tull VC J '.- I s ed into a MODERN, UP-TO-DATE Motion Picture Theatre to bc opened between the - . ... ' lat and 10th of February. ...WORK... STARTED MONDAY MORNING, REMODELLING THE ENTIRE BUILDING. THE FR?NT WILL BE SO ARRANGED THAT DURING HOT WEATHER IT WILL BE COMPARATIVELY OPEN, WHICH WILL GIVE PER .F??CT VENTILATION. Positively THIS THEATRE .WlLL.Bjfr SANITARY IN EVERY RESPECT. >: :-: :-: WATCH THIS SPACE FROM DAY TO DAY FOR FULL PARTICULARS. A.M.Pinkston THE MOTION PICTURE MAN . I BUTT?RICK PATTERNS lt you "want tho BltfTTERICK FA8HI0N SHEET each month send us Ile in stamps and wo will Mild lt to you for the nest twelve months. Thu aawuiii simply corers postajrs and we charge nothing for the Fashion Sheet. We hare s full Has of Patternas In stock and we will Bil all orders PROMPTLY. -~ *'or the next thirty d...

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. — 22 January 1914

piling SS ^li>ijtras>4-i *1 lin lili E firanil Tftial " Qf fif? Hfl ?PllflWlVV lil Ililli i wc?E l^li #J ? 111 ? i KM You Don't tfave to b? ? Subscriber to Participate '?n 4 Ol . ll HOW TK WILL Be Til? $S9@oO0 F@r? | Totmimg Car THE F?RST . r^&flZE S . will bc given io the lady, regardless of district, who has the highest vote at the close of the contest.. DISTRICT PRIZES District NM. I-The corporate limits Of the citv of Anderson. The $450.00 Lestei Piano will be awarded to the lady in District Nw. i who has Ihe highest vote after the first grand prize has been awarded. The $110.00 Rock BUI Buggy will be awarded to the lady in District No. 1 who has th? second high est vote after the Grand Prize has been awarded. 1 " * ^ ' District No. 2--All Rural Routes and towns outside the city of Anderson The Ivers & Pond $450.00 Piano will be given ^ \ht lady in District No,, a who ?fa the highest vote after the first Grand' Prize has been awarded. The $110.00 High Point Buggy w...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 22 January 1914

Electric Ci Items s? Interest ?nfl Fertoni less On the Si P. C. Munn, a member of the wei known firm of Munn & Jordan o OreenTllle, was In Anderson yestcr day oa uuoiiieon. mi. ."nunn eui lui that the handsome new Kenned) street school building will bc com ploted within about 10 dsys. Rev. D. Witherspoon Dodge, pastoi of the Central Presbyterian church of Anderson, has moved luto hie pretty now homo in North Anderson Mr. Dodge is nicely situated in his new homo and the place presents a most attractive appearance. Anderson people were yesterday disappointed when news reached here that Capt. W. A. Hudgons had been defeated for the position of Insurance Commissioner of South Carolina. Many of Capt. HudgeoB' frlendB had been confident that ho would win, while ell were sure that tho oflicc could "oe In no better hand?. ?A remarkable change in thc weath er occurred yesterday in Anderson. Tuesday was balmy and spring-like lo. every respect while the change yesterday made lt seem as tho...

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. — 23 January 1914

. rm THE ANDERSON DAILY INTELLIGENCER ---- ? - ......i ? ? ?-*A.--.--.- _---TT^^^ -TTr^T^^*. M^..- .. _..-, ^ .. . ^_. ammmJmm^^m^mm^**w*jmmmmmm^m*^***^ \ VOL. 1 No. IO ^eeklr. Established 1SC?: Vally. Jan. 18. 1814. ANDERSON. S. C. FRIDAY MOR NI NP. JANUARY 2.1 10l A. PRirc FWP rF.MTS SK AA PPR ANNI DM Trnn'ni r ii ri un icnniOLt Ntw? FROM THE J GREASERS WHO FLED FRO FORMED THAT TH El POBO. Tex., Jan. 22.-General Salvador Mercado, who commands the Mexican federal army which fled from Ojinaga, Mex., today was placed in command of the camp of soldiers ken of his continued loyalty to the and refugees at Fort Bliss. As a to government of Mexico City, . Gen. Mercado Immediately christened the main street of the camp "Avenida General Huerta." Although himself a rofugeo, Gen. Mercado was selected hy tho United States army officials aa best fitted to have personal supervis ion of his men. Water pipes ? ere laid and all Mex icans were told that they must bathe regularly. Outdoor barbershops...

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. — 23 January 1914

?fft? fftaHtoB ?a tn? ?utir. - CHESHIRE'S STABLES JULIAN E. CUNKSCALES ATI ORV EY AT LAW. taus SegeUaied es Beal Isa le. Oflee: Wstsss^Vaadlve* Buildisg. OASE? A FANT. AJ?CSITSCTS. Aaderson. 8. C. fipA'? OSes Building. Basest Fleer. PK.ea? 269. fATBl A BALDWIN ABCBIT1CT8 * Bieoklsy Bil*. Asderson, S. C. . * - Bit?*** National Baak Bldg. ? , Haleigh, N. C. -West Point Oysters Fresh Every Day .? jitv * ' W. A. POWERS Market. Phone ... 132 .BB1BS TAKBN HOW FOB TBE . '- FOLLOWING* Bj'tiaaa? day old chicks. BaB Plymouth Rook-Prize winning ?tack to Augusta, Atlanta, etc. tswn Indian Runner Pucka (winner? at Bellos ana other fair*?) Pakts Dock?-From prize winners. Bronze Turkeys-Pare or also crossed jvllA Virginia wild turkeys. A>tu( Cou?ure;? usproned so can car ty all chicks giren them. Wff) gladly answer ell lnqulreya. D. C* HOLLAND, Aviaries. -.8. C. ASTIGMATISM: Will cause headaches, ?asses properly fitted is the onl) Vgwcuy. Let riic iii iliciii for YOU.3 P ?icy M for less boney a...

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. — 23 January 1914

t With C^iibmed ^^^ .?(Th and a Progr??sive Policy. Their I. City, and Communi The published statement of tbs bunking institutions of Belton will be read:with Interest. As sn Index to conditions in the Community, banks are always reliable, an?* especially BO when they -are old established insti tutions and when they are prospe rous as ls the case with all the bunkB oi thia ?nrmng^ little city. ThPfP ni? fr.??-tl l.?tL?I.J!t^U.^.iW??? - I.- - - -*?. ? ? .?*.*.*** j ' ** . lng a coihbinei capita] stocK of f 117, , 9SO.00. They are The fchnTf'V-'Belt^ ton, Tho Belton Savings & Trust CO., The Farriers Bank and The Peoples Bank. i\.. .. ! The -combined surplus account amounts?!To the splendid s uni ?f $67, 800.00; tjhe undivided pro^ty for all thc bankW belnjg 136,107.78 or a total for surplus.and undivided profits of $1U(,007.'}8. being but a few thous ands of dollars f.?urt of tho entire combined capital dock for all the banks. ' So H.ucl. for the standing of the banka. Kow at to t...

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. — 23 January 1914

THE ANDERSON INTELLIGENCE Feuaded IMO 1*? Nerta Mala Street ANDERSON, 8. C. WILLIAM BANKS, - - Edito V. W: 9M0AK; . RMIMU MonT.. .. Entered According to Aet of Con grens *t .Second Class Mall Hatter a; I** Peetefisc si Anderson, S. C. Published Every Morning Except Monday Berni-Weekly Edition on Tnesday and friday Mornings Dalli Edition-$WM) per annum tfjiO for Six Months; lido for Tbre< Menth*. ?oal-Weekly Edition - $iJM pe. 4 aa aaa; 76 cents for Six Months | iii. ?..at? fer Your Months. IN ADVANCE Member of the Associated Press and Heeelvlng Complete Dally Telegraph!? ^rflc?, A larger Circulation Than Any Oth er Newspaper ie This CongresHiomr District, oe intelligencer la delivered by %rrters in the city. If you fall t< -it your paper regularly please noilf> Opposite your nama on lube! our paper IM printed datcto whtel . jar paper ls paid. Ail checks anti -afts should be drawn to The An leraon Intelligencer. TODAY. Today ta your day and mino; the only day we have; tao da...

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. — 23 January 1914

Tin nniiin 1 All llrilNH ? iiilaVseKta?r 1. This shop produces tailored to meas ure garments which are as near perfect in fit, fabric, fashion and finish as can be produced anywhere. 2. There are no better values in men's suits than those offered here. 3. The Quality for the money is wonder ful. The fit is perfect. Why ? Because the custom tailors that make our work are th x very best in New York city, the city that is famous for its exclusive tailoring shops. None of our tailoring is spoiled by too many fingers in the pie. Each garment is the individual work of one individual tailor. He begins it, he finishes it, and when it is finished he TAKES PRIDE in it. 4. You can not go wrong by placing your order NOW, Spring line is now ready. I?7HEN undecided as to ww WHAT you want to ADVERTISE, or how ypu want to advertise Phone the Ad Man atT The Intelligencer. <i Or, if you know what you want and haven't time to get up copy, will gladly DESIGN same, and srbmit for your approval. q An ...

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. — 23 January 1914

Vt**? The building en North main Street now occupied" by ^^^teCafe, has been leased t#> mt, wi will be convert Theatre To be opened between the 1st and 10th of February. WURR... STARTED . JvioNpAY MOlW^NG, REMODELLING Tits ENTIRE BUILDING. THE FRONT WILL BE SO ARRANGED THAT DURING HGT WEATHER it WILL^ BS COMPARATIVELY OPEN, WHICH WILL GIVE FER FECT VENTILATION. ? . Positively THIS THEATRE WILL BE SANITARY . f.N EVERY RESPECT.. :-: :-: :-: WATCH THIS SPACE FROM DAY TO mt . N X4 . ^ . j DAY, FOR FULL;.-d&%$*ICULARS. ?j *.. ? .. ; - ^ 5 IffLPinksto?* THE MOTION PICTURE W K ! ; BUTTERICK PATTERNS It yon want tho BUTTERICK FASHION SHEET each month send us Ile In stamps and wa will send lt to you fag- tho next twelve months? Thin amount simply corers postage and wa charge Lathing for. the Fashion Sheet We h*Te a full line ot Pattern na In steck and we will dil all orders PROMPTLY. Fer the next tah-fy OATS we will make a Special Olex el fa? bftilnea. tar far three Youths for 16* pre...

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. — 23 January 1914

.J? ;. ?&{*ttto *',K<"-^ ?W^?O/>--.S: cut ?- -R WI?S? J '. . < ," ,... . Jil ; ; i W ...... .,. i j ... I > ''^f*^4 tv- . . ?" ? * f| v' , ff ft Lt> . s $1,720.00 - Grand Total - $1,710.00 Frizes are Free to any lady In Western South Carolina You Don't Hoi)? to oe tt Subscriber to P?rt?cipalte 'u,: ' - ' i i I ' ! ' . - ? : : ?_ TWO WAYS T^XJ?^ VOTES i \ : Xi a .' ' .. ' , - . v. . . ' FIRST-There is a free ballot in The Anderson Intelligencer rood for ay votes: You may vote is many of those as you -an get There is also a nomination ballot good for 1,000 votes. Only One ; of those can be voted for each candidate. SECOND-Subscription ballot good according to amount paid on subscription. SUBSCRIPTION RATES AND THEIR VOTING POWER IN THE ANDERSON DAILY INTELLIGENCER'S CONTEST No snbscrpition accepted for less than three month* 3 months-*1.25 ..- 2,000 votes 6 months-$2.50. ... 6;ooo votes 1 year-$5.00_. l8,ooo votes 2 years-$\o.oo._. 36,000 votes 3 years-ii 5.00 .:. 5...

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. — 23 January 1914

Electric Cit Item? m? Interest ?nd Perec .?al less OB tbe S tr AH evidence of tlio fact that An derson county ls progressing in a remarkable mannerV possibly fa;'.er than any other coun'y io the State, Ati'jprann COUQty faftWIWffl hu vp alvon ordere for r approximately $10,000 ?worth the breeding cattle within the last week. This shows that the pl?ntete of Anderson county know tit|t ., they must - adopt proSrcseife measures to keep up wkb tho now progress' and they are following the right line of endeavor in buying (Ino breeding cattle. The result of this step will be made evident within very few years in this county. It ls understood that tho confer once betweon representatives bf the cities of the Piedmont section and the various railroads, will bo held within tl e next few days, at which time lt is hoped that the cities of j this section of the State will bc able to secure booler rates than hereto-? fore. The North Carolina rate mat ter will soon be out of tho way and then will c...

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