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The Anderson daily intelligencer. (Anderson, S.C.) 1914-1915, September 06, 1914, Image 6

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?fj Shoes
?j That
Satis
Ul SOMETHING ve
jjgj ^ hard to get;
sas Geisberg Bro.'s S
ES Co., claim to have
ag ?hoes that will please
:? every sense of the w<
ag This enterprising, i
s: V : lore has since
SS cuing only a few mc
=5 back, built up a rep
t?on for Square dea
gajid selling "SHC
THAT SATISFY", 1
S will ever be a sourci
3 pride to thc manag
=g and to the buying pu
ac of Anderson and vi
Ss i ty. , We appreciate
sss efforts made by
SS company to give to
Sp derson a shoe store
sss: ond to none in the st
Always courteous
aa obliging, the mana:
?jg of this concern are <
ap tinua?ly striving to
as the best to be had in f
aa y/ear. Modern in e>
as *r?spect,! this store of
as ativaiVtages' that' it
? Iji^y^ow to investiga
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TTTTTyTT^TTT*rTiTTT'f TTT I V I'T 'f
J. Meteor King of Marlin township
wan among the visitors to spend yes
terday in tho city.
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v Will Tjicker of tho Hopewell Bee
tloo" wau In tho city yesterday on hus
t?. C. Garrison^of Sandy Springo
spent a few honra In Anderson yester- ?
dey.
W. 0. McClure of tifo Rock Milln
section was In Anderson yesterday on
business;^
John ? Shaw of Belton spent part |
of yeatetpay In tho city.
A. MJEDOU'lof Anderson R. F. n
was In |be city yesterday for a few
houn: ,| '. , rfe ''..J \
J. S.^Acksr, clerk, ot the-county
board, hes been taking a wedk's v?
duties tomorrow.
C. M, Hawkins of the Long Branch
section waa" hmong the' visitors* lo l
np. and yesterday In tho city.
Ollie Cromer of Honea Path was In
Anderson yesterday on business. j
W. A. Spearman of the Brushy{
Creek section was among the visitors ;
to tim olty yesterday.
J. M. .Fisher of Lev-! Land waa tn
.Anderdon t? it ?Ttl nv nu lnuin?.o i
C. 0. Bannister of Cray ton vii le "
In Anderdon yesterday for a few
hours.
I. T.f. York of Iva waa among the
vtaitoia ;t?;spend yesterday In tho
Hiss Jolla Maxwell of Walhalla eros
chopping <h th?'city ycetcrdav, '
*Hrs. A. s. Bowie and Miss MUT* j.
Bowie of Starr wore shopping la tho j
T. S. McCall of Wlllt*raston was
aiuong the business visitors to spend
yesterday In tho city.
M >ss Nettle Mcphail or Hopewell,
spent part of yesterday in th? city.
Miss Rtisa Dickson of Townvllle. .'
was ?hoppingiib the city yesterday. <
fid Sadler of Townvllle vas among ?
tho visitor? to spend yesterday In the
city. j
Mr. and Mrs. Waymea Belgier of 1
lilli!!!!!!!!
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AUTOMOBII
Todd Talks:
There's war going on
but you wouldn't know
Fords are selling.
GROCERIE
Irish Pototoen .
Tomatoes .
Beuns .
dunker Outs . 8
Pimentos.
Sliced Pineapple Sib ran
for .V>r
Crab Meat with Shells
Crab* .
IDEAL GROI
Phone 471
SHOE STOI
Treat Your
to Shoes that boast Styli
workmanship and Dorabll
Tonr shoe ls the Last Th!
OB, but the First Thing
notice,
WK SK LL TUE KIND T<
TO BUY.
GEISBERG BROS. S
l'NDKR MASONIC Tl
SHOKS THAT I SAT
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Starr were shopping Ip the city yortvr- j
doy. . i i ? ]
:.;> Mr. and Mrs. Lawrance Mca*o nf
Starr spent ' yesterday In Andorson
arith friends.
"?. O. McCown of th? Mountain
Creek section was in Anderson yester
day.
Mr. and<Mrs. Joe Jones of Starr
rpent part of yesterday In the city.
W. P. Roland ot. Starr waa among
the visitors to spend yesterday In the
city.
B. 8. Breaseale of Pendleton spent
a few hours lu the city yesterday.
C. L. Watkins of near Belton was
in the city yesterday .for s short
stay .j
C.'*. Martin or the e Na le's Creek
section was in tho city yesterday.
^, ? i...
Gerfjse Rogora. a well known Aft*
aersoh planter, spent yesterduv h>$4
city. I .
' Mra^l qiarflu?e eDan of Starr waa
ahdpping in the city yesterday.
Dr. S. C. Dean, ot Starr, was in the.
city, yesterday 'for ' * few hours.
Misses Nellie and Sarah McHugh
hate arrived In the city for a visit
to Misses Alberts and Millie McCue
on Bleckloy street
A. Loaser .has returned from the j
norm wh?ru he has been pti.'elm&ing
looda ?.ir lin ?nov rson atore.
Mm J. N. Land ot Starr was shop-i
pinar In. ?{JA pl?? ....".^-,1;... ? ??,,.. I
boors. ' ' "
Miss Alice Geer and Misa Iremvt'.ecr !
at the. NealeV Creek section were in I
Anderson yesterday.
Mm W. M. Woolbright of Townvllle I
spent yesterday in tho sltr with]
friends.
Mr. sud Mrs. F V. Harbin of Pen-1
tlletdn were in the etty yesterday for!
a few hourn. *
Joe Simpson of Iva spent part of]
rciCordsy tn the c-lty^ on business.
Jeff, Oases way and He. ?, Pelham !
n* Pendleton wore among the visitors
0 spend yesterday in the city.
Miss Ada B. Casey,of ScpUis wae|
{hopping tn the city yesterday.
1 l>. Brown of Anderson, R F. D,,|
?pent yesterday ta tba city on busi
????. . . . .
Mr. sqjd Mrs. J. C,_ Pruitt of Starr |
vere among the visitors to spend yes
crdsy in the city.
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ned .
rhat Will Et
LES.
in Europe
it the way
Todd
BARBER
Complexion E
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Sanitary I
Sanitary Bar
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.tte banket
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Lins for Sic
,. 10c caa
90e or tiW
for ^'"jj
M00E4AT?
SUBSTANTM
< OOL, ( LKA1
and CLEAN :
-at
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Feet
L Material,
llty. v
ina; 700 pnt
that ot hera
OH OUGHT,
HOE CO.
iMPLE.
ISFY.
SHOE SI
HON'T
THROW
YOL'K OLD
SHOES AWAY.
Bring them to 11
murh more servi
On the Square. I
W- J, WC
CARD
To the Democratic Voters of
South Carolina:
Not being financially j able to
make a canvass throughout the
State and see the voters person
ally, I take this means of thank?
ing my friends for their help in
the first primary, and of asking
ther.i to continue their good work.
1 nave made r. clean, honest
campaign and have stated my
platform in a plain way. 1 have
not had men travel over the state
and work in my bc' "If, as my op
ponent has done; neither am I
giving up a position thr.t pays be
tween five and six thousand dob
'btrs.'rJer year to nm for an office
?jjiat only pays ni ..teen hundred,
as I charged my opponent with
doing:-and he ". as never denied
the charge.
1 understand that high /officials
of railroads a- ' very active in Mr.
Sheab/s bel ;lf. Certain parties
are a!so eire-?'..tiing false and slan
derous stab :nents against me over
th? state, 1 ask the people of the
state this (..testion: "If these state
ments are true, why did not my
opponent* charge them against
me while on the campaign? "
I charged Mr. Shealy *in my
speech in Charleston with playing
double-that when he would get
with a strong Blease man he was
a Blease man, and when with a
strtyng anfi-Blease man he was ari
?ja?Hy strong opponent o'.
Blease. I said then, arid say now;
?hat he is deceiving thc voters of
this state, and 1 ask you, Mr, Vot
er, which ls better-to have an
honest man in office or a strad
dler?
I am a poor* man und need the
office! at?4 if elected I promise
to give my whole time and atten
tion to the duties of the office,
and no man shall ever have cause
to regret my election. I shalt be
fair to the interests undcrlhe ju
risdiction of the hail road Com
B
USl??
ideavor to
SHOP. I
beautifiers
:
barbers
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Whi
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Flak
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PRICES.
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?ROOMS
i.l NEN
levue
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THEE!
IS i
We are still ca
MONUMEf
White &
HOP.
LS and you'll get
lee fra ai them,
(ear EYans Ne? 8
?od
iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii
U V- . y.i fid till j
Ssion anua
thal.Jth?v_ar?Iair.^^
]?% the Votes-ihliVPr?SvY^
d?s, Anderson and Greewood
counties/ These are ?the1' counties
where i have lived and am. know,..
l .ask the honest, .people pf this
state who believe in honest ?bv
eminent, to go to the polls and
cast their ballots for me and for
the next six years 1 will make you
as good a Railroad Commissioner
as South Carolina ever had.
Again thanking my friends for
their support.
C. D. FORTNER,?
Candidate for Railroad Commis
sioner.
;Newt Campbell .ot near Eureka
school liiiu.',c was among the visitors
to spend yesterday In the ?tty.
H M. Garrison and W. li. Cinrrison
of the Denver section were In the city
yesterday.
Prank nreazsate ?ad C. W. Duck
wroth -or the lebanon section spent
yesterday tn the etty.
Ernest McCown of the MnupnUln
Creek section rpent yesterday lu An
derson.
New Fa ml h to
Reach City Teda}.
mr. and Mrs. Phelps Sateen and
danghters. Ruth and Grace, will ar
??? niiuci iun WUUJ ?U(| "WI mani:
their home here In the future. Mr.
Sasseen comes to Anderson to assume
the position of advertising mansger
of The Anderson Intelligencer. Ho
has had much experience In "tho ad
vertising business, having been ad
vertising manager of the Morning
Gleaner at Henderson for a number
sf years. For a time Mr. mm Mr?v SaS -
^cvn "Hl nt- av munt? ar inc i nirjuoM
hotel and later they wilt mow into a
souse on Mc Duffie'street.
Sahpoeaa SerV?d
?On Secretary nore.
Porter. Ay^Thaley. secretary of the
Anderson chamber of commerce and
secretary Of, the Anderson Theatre
Eompany, waa somewhat, surprised
reiterday morning wheh he received |
i subpoena through the mailt,-. For
?.minute or two Mr. Whaley actual
nought that he had heel subpoenaed!
io appear in tbe Atlanta courts and
?ratf about to call a ,meeting, of the'
?rector* of the theatre Ho then dis. j
jovered that the paper waa.jnerely an1
Utvertlsernent-but a very clever'
lehame became lt would h??o trtken
i lawyer to tell that lt waa not a gen-)
lina, and up-to-dat* subpoena., |
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ess Directory
eserve Your Patronage
:ERY.
te
t
fishing
steadBread"
MANI? IT,
I IT
a Bakery
CIGARS.
"Little Star"
YOU ABE
A .
GOOD CIGAR
Ho la "ANDERSON
. sad
"Fabrica"
Anderson Havana Cigar Co.
j Drugs-Soft Drinks.
The Red Cross ?
WENTS.
LECTION
3VER
indicia te s for your
?TAL WORK
JOB WORK
Co,
The Best equipped Bind
Gi y ila
UPPER CAROLINA
for bookbinding of the
better Kind.
Phone 693L
INTELLIGENCER
Job Printing Dept.
DELICIOUS OKINKS
APPRECIATIVE SERVICE
The Red Cross
On the Square
I PHOTO STUDIO. =?
IF YOU HAVE BEAUTY WE
TAKE IT
ll .YOU HAVEN'T
VYE MAKE IT.
o $ j ii
The Grand Studio 1
v Can I Attract Attention? ?j
Every business man who advertises feels the ass
importance of the proper. answer to this question, ==r
for in the answer he solves the question of RE- . =:
SULTS. =
The answer we give ir- the intelligent and per- sss
sistent use of i??
Anderson Intellige ncer
The Advertising Department is at your service.
.illira^
Advertise In
ncer
Tile Best Averil siog ^?diuin ip Upper Carolina
Tne ?^i^^'?S;Ot?. of tfie Many Testimonials
Received From Advertisers in The Intelligencer :
Steal Estate, Stock, Renting
Anderson, S. C., August 27, 1914.
Advertising Manager, ,
Anderson Intelligencer,
Anderson, S. C. I
Dear Sir:- N ????J11 ?
,. v. , I think it is only right that I tell you of two incidents
that have occurred recently by our advertising in your paper, Ycs
't??daT?1 man walkt ? into the office-and said that he wanted to
look at the Chamblee farm that we were cutting up West of the city.
I showed it to him and sold him one of them before t got hack to
ih^oflicc, I asked him where he saw the advertisement and he said
JIT The Intelligencer. . ? ; J?,_ . , . ?
o.^^ntiv HAA zr. inquiry fr~~ Columt?? -<. ?
arid when "the man cameTip we sold him the place- He also said
he sftw the advertisement in The intelligencer, 1
a I'M IV? ?vi j MM|^ ll
L, S. HORTON,
First Vice President. Il
fr
MORALS
"?T PAYS TO ADVERTISE"
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