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VOL. 1. NO. 1.
Weekljr, K?t?WUhe4 1860;Doily, Jan. 18, 1914.
ANDERSON, S. C. TUESDAY MORNING, JAN. 13, 1914.
PRICE FIVE CENTS. $5.00 PEF ANNUM.
% Launching: a Newspaper in any community is a,bii'.lm??r^ak
/pr lng; but by ?His issue the J*e?ple~ of Anderson, horh ctty amJrcottn?
r*X ? \ ' ty,1 shourrea?!:^ that the Anderson Mornifig Intell?^rtc'erJhi'F?p
mXvfcS?I i > Wly h?corn1"? ^of xhe f?r-^most publications ol^f^pW?nont
:? ' ^g/^^???g^ section nf the State. While the early issues of the p?pe*ti? not
mesure up to what had been anticipated, the most of these.;d)fTicur
* ^t^^^^^^^^^/ ****** been overcoo?e 2nd the readers of this section of .the
^*4lj^^^wauN country are now Retting a paper that can honestly be char acte riz
Blxffl . eJ ?s "a newspaper in all that the word implies." lt is "the. aim
f^JgjO\ of'the publishers to give the people of the Prechuont section an%on>
^V^- TT\ e.st;.|a|r and square. puvV?osiion, giving ALL. the news ALL the time
.?*. ^ iS^*'T'^*? wlli,e 5t is sti11 news'
W^j\JBfipft? *ftfi|?? With the full associated press dispatches, coming direcjly in
I f' and rnsing received h?
. ?^^gjy^^^'V genc??fi^TO&ities for ^hering th?. hews posse'ssed? hy' no'other
^g^^^T . Anderson newspaper. % ' iiJ^M'-mit
^^^^^^ With the splendid circulation enjoyed by this naper, and.with
\ j . hundreds of additional subscriptions being received each Week,
?/r^r~ XI The InteiUgencer is typieal)y the v(ry m?dium to be desired by
. 3 advertisers, if they desire to pla/ce, their wares before the public.
flf?mW) J Thc Intelligencer does not guarantee to sell the goods- for
Bflg^g^k the mercahnt. lt merely guaran tees to get the patrons into his
. Bs A1 house. If his^ goods are then lacking or his-sales force is irr- ,
V VFBI&?I?^ competent the fault docs not rest with the ( Intelligencer.' But we
^g^^^^T^ do guarantee to ?et the public into his1 Rlacc nf business, t;
^^^^^P ? ^ Advertisers have' long ago -rasped the fact that actual RE
MMpSalsw i?yLT? am- b?8 results at that, come from the use.of the morning
^33fcs?v *v>i**MUy;<**tf*he business man-ova: fels, breakfast, ihe<?tous$ta>^?v?r
' 'f^- v^S ? ,) :its*m$rok>? d?tte.s, make it part of each.ihoriiing's routlne^a-read."
* tfie morning paper for 30 minutes---Theh's Wrieh;the ..purich*',from.
--%v|gKj "i- the uVor?ing advertisiag'conies in.
N^T^^^pSl; Get on the band-wagon if you hail from Missouri and want
i^^V^^?^H to be shown, we are the v?ry people t?\tak? the job. If you try
JnSBgSgi^ it and don't believe you have got.en results, we w?jn't mind your
V y-Wroffij,^ quittihg. That's your business.
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.** 1 Am AdvertttUn?."
? came into being as the spoken
language can.2; slowly, gradually -jj
and to meet an urgent need. ~ I
? have been worked for evil, but . .
mostly 1 have been, worked for
. good. I can still be worked for )
evil, but each.day it grows more '
difficult to misuse me.
1 am atgrjce^atool and a living
force. If- you.use nie .wisely 1 arri!
a good tool in your employ. If
you misuse, rue, m.y double edge ?
: will injure1 -ctf d?StroV you. If you 11
.you do not use me, I am a force
that works against the aims and
purposes that animate'your busi
1 speak a thousand tongues and
1 have a million voices. \ ,../',..
.. ! am the ambassador of"civhV
ization, the hand-maiden of
science and the fath?r nf in ven
rt tiori. . I
1 have peopled th? prairie and I A
?. with mv aid commerce has laid I j
twin rai?s of &lcaiiimj? si*jc? ia'a j'
gridiron across the continent and I \
stretched a network of copper in- lc
to the far corners of the globe. I:*
1 am the'friend of humanity- ';.
for I have, filled the commoner's \
-, life with. a hundred comforts de- \\
: nied the king of yesterday. * , j; ?
I have brought clean, food^! J
;? healthful warmth, musics conven*,.).
. ience a?d contort into A hundred
.~ million homes. ' ", ' : ;
r; laugh M tariff jt^'M?-? " '
,!?1$WS. un* w it . '.
t have scated>the waits of the.- 1 '
~$|rmer's isolation and'Hffltp^hjm- '}
Ii build great facloriesua^ fr
33e them with lrarrpytrtet.J?tt(!,wo-'v .
I am a bridge that span's;;. (a}}, , ;:
distance and brings the whpl&it:|:.
world to- your door, ready ???-ni. :
eager tct buy your *; ares.
1 have made marchant princes |
|:. Out ?i. Currier ?hopk-sspcf?,' '?iul I
plied the wefcitii of a monte Gar- ?
lo into the laps of those who
know my power.
1 find the new markets pf the
world ??d gather the goods ;o4 \
\ the world into a handful of jnlnt-.
* ed pages. / .
1 father the: p?riiw-newspaper.
1 ara. either the friend or the
foe to competition-so he. that
? finds me irrst is both lucky and
Epr\ Where it cost .cents to Wee me
. yesterday it costs quarters today,
Shand will cost dollars tomorrow. . ,'.
But whoso?ver uses rh^'had'^sf.' ?
have u?nse, for ? repay igrtiwaace . >
- with t??s and wisdom with thc/ * .?
i wealth of Croesus.
1 spell service, economy, 4bun- '
dance, oporturiity; for I aa? ^
i one and only universal alphabet.
I live in every spoken word
and printed line ;- in every
thought that moves niai, to'a?
\ tiort and every deed that di*
Il plays ?biracter.
1 am advertising. ^^'^K
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We are better prepare4-ttt^n ever to give you
; better printing^and to??f?/t^ ca? possi
bly get elsewhere in this Sectj?ft. . ,
MODERN I^CHflNEi^. ;
including two linotypes, e?abt?vu.i %o give you
''Work of Quality" oh shorter n$ji? than you can
... possibly get el??where. ; , , .
OUR ft?LINt? BIND?NG^^ARTMENT
is second to rife I fi^?r^tli*e, ateofyte sat
isfa^Qn^^e-ty; order ^^l^^^g?
wUeth?r la^ge or smalL;
. . . .>... ; - .. .,; ' : .
THE KIND '
A PAYING. INV?S1THJ?NT
It costs no more, just looks better-^is better! and .
has, a better, effect on the PGTS?? ?-if-J is intended
for than an inferior grade of work;
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-Phone - 839-L^- ;
ANDERSON, S. Cl BELTON, S.?.