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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 24 March 1914

. ?y... Intelligencef NEW SERIES, VOL. 1, NO. ?. W??kly. l?tobU??e* 18?; Dal?* Jan. 18, !'./.<. _'_ ?_._ _ ANDERSON, S. C., MORNING, MA\32, 1914. PRICE $1.50 THE YEAR, REBELS MAKE FURTHER GAINS ARMY ONLY A FEW MILES FROM THE CITY OF TORREON THE TURNING POINT The Ensuing Battle Will Make or Mar thc Fortunes of The Constitutionalists Constitutional Hospital l?ase, Bcr mojlllo, Durango, Mexico, March 21. Tho rebel not about Torre?n virtual ly was drawn closer today and Gen eral Herrera fought the moBt i ni por- 1 taut battle of tho weGk at Santa Clara, I Tl miles nort of Torreon. In the en- I ?agcment 106 Federals "^re killed,! according to reports. Thc rebel loss 1 is reported as slight, three killed and j seven wounded. Thc fight took " place over posses sion of a- spot on the banks of the Big Tlahualilo irrigation ditch where Herrera wisheB to throw a bridge and the construction of which he began immediately on retirement of the en emy, whose numbers he estimated at 400. At other...

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. — 24 March 1914

OmbdQMS HIMSELF TO ????BBtlS OF NATIONAL ff? ??^^^M5PIRIT mwm?- iftfcYe is No Eruption ls .'??ro-iagn, -The /Caldron ; ) Doesn't ?oil ?M?:?*'i *. ,> ". ?*tHwmitt?bnr*nrrcb 2^.-^?H ?I?H heart t^l?MH*tal)4>Wlth tho newapaper meri WAJy . Dight Pr?sident Wilson gave th*?fbttfrWWg?Statcmcnt .as to, his feel - Inkijflth reference t?.Jhe Presidency: .'?T?^yOS Just thinking of my SCUM,, of ?oKtulbn of Identity, sometimes, when I inRcp articles, about myself. [ nev t?f 'h&xe rJ'fld an; article about myself Itt;ICI) KraoiSlrniaed. rufsoir. andi I bttVe coViie to have tlie Impression that must' b? -some, kind of fraud, because I thlhjuagJieat many of these articles aro -written In abBoIytnly good fpltb. lureihblo to" think of th" variety and f?lft?feess In the Imprest.ins I 'make tm^4*fnaa I am a cold and removed mHt) who bas a thinking machine ln ?jjr^lch fje^junts to, the, idrcjiln I iMHWs, Which he do?s not allow to be fidVed by any wlnda-of uffecifon ox tiwfoh of any MndUjbut tun...

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. — 24 March 1914

BELTO * INTERESTING BUD? * AND NOTES FR4 * ~_ * , CLAUDE A. GRAVI --1 Melton. March a*.--Mr?. H. L. Clas ?Jiiro, une ut Andcregm's best women, was among -those who were In belton, yoaterduy. Mrs. Cheshire waa hero) in tile Interest of -Anderson county, ?veterana She is getting up datai front us many of the old sc-UUlcrs aa' po isiblc for future publication. M "s. ?I bert S. F?bt and little son. George Albert, who have been on a ton-day visit to relatives in- Spartan burg, have returned to their home in Dclto/i. The many friends of Kenty Clayton will learn with regret that he is Ul, at bb; Lome on O'Neal o street with ty-1 phoid pneumonia. A. S. Kant, one of Belton's promi n- nt brokers, attended tho-banquet Mvon by the T. P. A's In Anderson Friday uight. \ T. IC Roper, manager of the Ander son Intelligencer Job Office, passed through Belton Saturday afternoon . M. route to Columbia where lie goes un business. Belton. March 21.-On last Friday lifter ibo first recess the tenth grado e...

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. — 24 March 1914

THE ANDERSON INTELLIGENCER Founded 12? North Main Street ANDKKNON, S. I*. WILLIAM HANKS - - Editor W. W SMOAK - Business Manager! Entered According to Act of Can-' gross UH Second Class Mail Matter ut the I'ostoflice at Anderson, s t". Published Every Morning Except Monday Semi-Wc< kly Kditlon on Tuesday and Friday Mornings Semi-Weekly Rdltion-tl .",0 per Year. itally Edition- $5.00 per annum; Sii.r.o for Six Months; $1.25 for Three Months. IX ADVANCE Meiuht-r of the Associated i'ress and; Receiving Complete Daily Telegraphic Service . A law circul?t ion than any other uewspaper in this Congressional Dis trict TELEPHONE?I Edltorlul.- :i27 Business Office -.;$21 Job Printing.603-L Local New? ------ :\-?l Society New? - - - - - The Intelligencer i's delivered by carriers In the city. If you fail to get your paper regularly please notify its. Opposite your name on label of your paper ia printed date to which your paper is paid. All checks and drafts nhould be drawn to The Ander son ...

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. — 24 March 1914

We Have Got It Read the following news item from the Co lumbia State of Friday morning. WOULD PLACE BAN ?N SHINGLE ROOFS CHIEF CITES TH KKK ALARMS ?ESTKRARY AS EVIDENCE OF H AZ AB? EXISTING Shingle roofs ?rere . the caufj? of j three fire . otarais yesterday, and, while tile damage }vi each case was j small, yet the fact remains that if it j were not for the shingle roofs fires i would not have occurred. _ W. J .May chief of the fire department, express ed a hope yesterday that ac i ton would he taken on his request, to pass an an ordinance that would eventually eliminate the shingle roof hazard in Columbia. Sporks from a locomotive at 4:15 o'clock yesterday morning caught shingles on the roof of a house in the 800 block ol Pulaski street Sparks from a chimney falling on the .mingle roof of an outhouse behind 1002 Sumter street caused a small loss at about 10:45 o'clock. A few shingles caught fire at 1516 Gervais atreet at about 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon. There was a small fire ...

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. — 24 March 1914

prat*** Prevent pr?il? C&tcU. LOSS ui'ar'hr? Food v. Icn?t7 Without thee? twa flruaranteed pro trctlvna you cannot succeed with poultry. Noothar preparation ia a? ?rx?! ?S? Brat three week?aa Pratt* Baby Chick Foed 26c. 60c and $1.00-tho only aafe ration. In*urea lusty growth. To prevent Intestinal troubles the on? ?ur? specific la Pratts Whit? Diarrhea Remedy -25c and (0c Altar they pa?? th? early critical period they mature quickly Into profit paying m emt-cr? ot your flock. Refuse eubeUtutee; insist on Pratt?. .^Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money Back 3 Ott /Yetta I eu pac* Poultry Book For Bale by Kundle Drug Co., Anderson, S. C. W. H. Harrison, Anderson, B. C. W. A. Power, Anderson, S. C. Evans' Pharmacy. Anderson, S. C. Peoples' Grocory Co., Anderson, 8. (,'. Anforion C?j?h Croce. Anderson, S. C. M. M. IfttuWi Pendleton, 8. C. 3303 Frlerzoata Pharmacy, Helton, 8. C. Why we want Small Accounts Do you realize that a hundred ! small- accounts make a bank stronger than a dozen l...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 24 March 1914

? ..-.?> .TV I LA'l I, .< ? Ariirwct?c .Coniwaw^jlV??BM? Street Miss Jessie Herron, MibuAnr.i:: !?? Fias, and AfiaB^Ma^^|r^p|rtoii. Mr. W. E..Chapman,;Mia* Ethel Wil lis,'and Miss Mary Teague. I??n0 to 16 a? O'Clock. Map" Drawing contestr-Kennedyl Street school. ^ .. /: Jadges. J Miss May Pant, Misa Lillian CILik scales and. Mia Sallie Thompson. , lita mia O'clock* J Spoiling ?Matches-Kennedy street' a?hpol . Judges-3rd Grade Match. Miss . Jessie Thompson and: Mrs John Ragsdale. ,.. .min. iiiii\i$iw&*to^m*m??m*3*Kam?> A WORD TO TEAT^BBS The-, long talk, of tFiebt Day or non county,-has over, had,; and lt. urged Jhat eyer* teacher;#ill, arouse more " cntbusUkBni ? than b,e "Has- in thc - past few-, at.eena^ ^jtttjp^na^?jtta fr ?rn all parts ot Otp county , great, prei Promptly et ten o'clock tho Arith metic ;. contact* '?Iii. .be held at the Kennedy, street sch??fc , Any/ pf. tlc Anderen people will,Kc't^ftSttM out thls-'bullding ?$?t^e.^t?|^|it%. Teachers, altea* iiaors...

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. — 24 March 1914

Gambling in C Denounced b Washington. March 23.-Sonutor E.1 I>. Sm il h keeuB hammering, away in hi? ortona to get tho*government to esJ tnblish common sense way of grading nnd hnndling cotton. In dUcuBsIng the Now York Cotton Exchange Saturday he said in paVt: ? "I think it has now been fairly wei! ?pj?o<Ten by thc New York Cotton Ex ige that they have no right to ex so long as they practle,? the tneth I bat they do practice, as referred t?lfey the senator from North Carolina Overman.) They showed some iowa yesterday of coming to thc right aftitude in referrmce/to cotton. I ? give notice now that I shall tomor > all up the bill und seek to put! ii a;on Its passage. ;o senator from North Dakota (Mr.! limber), in his grain-Inspect lo? i has'a bill which is almost along ame line, and I hope that we can -vi. in conjonction on'tho two bills, if this crying evil csn not be| I only postpone asking the' consideration ci the bill to which I re rrow for the reason that who wish to o...

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. — 27 March 1914

tr?ckl7, Ef.UbU8hftd 18601 Dally, Jan. li, Uli. Tuesday and F>Idav ANDERSON, S. C FRIDAY MORNING, MARCH 27, 1914. THE FEDERALS A FORMIDABLE FOE DISPATCHES INDICATE THAT, BATTLE HAS JUST BEGUN ADVANCE CHECKED Federal Dispatches State That The Rebels Were Repulsed With Heavy Losses (Hy Associated Press) j El Paso. Tex., March 25.-Meager advices from the iront today were mixed in character, hilt out of the medley, schooled observers here said they drew tho conclusion ""that the rebels met at Torre?n and Gomez Pa lacio an enemy in no wise Inferior, and that their attack had been check ed at the outs-.-t of thc battle proper. Rebel offlcialc at Juarez, as well as refugees in the city, say they place more reliance on dispatches from le gitimate correspondents at the front iban so-called official dispatches. Odo of the correspondents today wired: j "Vf'.ia sayB wires will be open when ? be leaches Torre?n." .;; thc course of thc day no other press dispatches were received, but this nun ...

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. — 27 March 1914

President-Elect is Givei Superintendent Sweairingen Says A Find ?o Getting This M . .Editor The Intelligencer: 31ie trustees of Anderson College are to be congratulated upoifc, their selection of Dr.i Janies P. Kinard as'President of the Institution. Their hh?h ideal: of schtilajtthif)' and service for. [he institution is well represente^ iii the Vfifkilting, experience, taste and educational standard of the new president: He is thoroughly familiar with educational conditions in South Carolina. His long service at Winthrop College has given him a wide acquaintance among the beat women teachers in the state. Everybody Muc With the The Selection of Jaa. P. Kinard to Well Received all Over the St The onuouncomont of tho election of fatties P. Kinard to thu presidency of Anderson college, has made a pro found impression nil over South faro Una, for Or. Kinard has been prom I neUy before the people for a number Of years. He ls respected, honored, and followed by Jils profession. He is su...

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. — 27 March 1914

* INTERESTING BUD< * AND NOTES FR< * l -\ ..?!... -- - ? CLAUDE A. GRAVI ****** * * * * * * * -? Belton, March tits.-The play "Th* Time of HJa Liffey UB i-.esonted at the Relton opera hume Tuesday night wan tlie greatesbwuccess of any play ever presented in. Belton. Belton turn-! od out ea manse, to witness this per formance and neate were disappointed? Karil player seemed to put Mg or her whole soul intoolhe work'and (hey kept the house- -roaring with laughter from Ktnrt to firflsh; . . >, . The children .In the specialties wore exceptionally fine and delighted the audience WHh thler perfect rend ering of .'William a Tremble Toe," "House That Jo?k Built," and -other games of lon Ku ago. Tho door receipts amounted to about $85.00. (This money lias been premised to the library association for an encyclopedia for the library. The players worked'Hard with - thia encyclopedia inn view and are truly to be eongratuikted both fdr . their* Iiistonic success'as well as broad mindedn...

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. — 27 March 1914

T?E ANDERSON INTELLIGENCER Fuulided ins? - Y ll!? North Main SI rec t ANDKK.HON, S. C. WILLIAM HANK? - - Editor W. W s MO AK - Business Manager Entered According to Act of Con gres* BK Second Clan? Mall Matter at the IV '"Ice at Anderson, S. <'. Puhllh, '-'very Morning Except Monday Semi-Weekly Edition on Tuesday and Friday Mornings Semi-Weekly Edition -$1 CO per Year. Drily Edition-$5.00 per annum; $2.50 for Six Months; $1.25 for Three Months. IN ADVANCE Member of the Associated Press und Deceiving Complete Daily Telegraphic Service A large circulation than any other newspaper in this Congressional Dis trict TELEPHONES I Editorial.327 Business Office ------ 321 Job Printing.693-L Local Newa ------ 32? Society News - - - - - 321 The Intelligencer la delivered by carriers in the city. If you fail to get your paper regularly please uotlfy SS. Opposite your naine ou label of your paper ls printed date to which your paper is paid. All checks and drafts should bo drawn to The Ander so...

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. — 27 March 1914

BAKING POWDER ABSOLUTELY PURE Insures the,most delicious and healthful food By the use of Royal Baking Powder a great many more articles of food may be readily made at home, all healthful, de licious, and economical, adding mi ch variety and attractiveness to the me. JU The" Royal Baker and Pastry Cook,** containiiif; five hundred practical receipts for all kinds of baking and cookery, free. Address Royal Rahing Powdar Co., .Nev/ York. U. S. LAUNCHES THE OKLAHOMA NEW SUPERDREADNOUGHT IS ONE OF NATION'S GREATEST OFFICIALS PRESENT Displacement 500 Tons Greater Than Any American Sea Fighter Now Af oat (By Associated Press) Philadelphia, Pa, March 23.-The super-dreadnought Oklahoma, one of the largest apd most powerful Ameri can battleships afloat, was launched today from the yards of the New York Shipbuilding Co., at Camden, N. J. The giant seafighter was christened , by AUss Lorena Jane Cruce, daughter ' ol' the governor of Oklahoma, who brose a bottle of champagne against tl. s ship'...

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. — 27 March 1914

n, i'tr? >n?>li|ll|. full I Utlillai?, TnHrUt?,hUMiMt, ArtUatll. u< SfUM? latter ffri?la? oar piBW! sr?? ?*>?rM>th ?nf oar ?o?i?-re tos c;;r;: fc????y I^VUIUUNCJ. HUI ?m.Ju.ir? ur "S?F "THE SOUTH'S BE$TM -t?i?Ef?H*. ...... rr-1<-- T---T T?'!t ? .,?-p-r -:-". ? ?-r * .. '.'??* ."" I?11 ?? ? i - THE BEST EVER! PIEDMONT BUGGY OR MILBURN WAGON, V XIII I UV Come Look Them Over Also some good mules and horses. See me before buymg : : : *"'.".V Theo P. Watson SALES STABLES I \* McDuffie St, Anderson, S. C. IF IN NEED -OF A VEHICLE OF ANY KIND let us show you our stock before you buy. We carry a complete stock of ail kinds. Also Har ness, Whips and Robes. We have some extra good values in Mules and Horses. Liberal terms and. courteous treatment to .all. "fl J. S. FOWLER SSB?hSON. : SOUTH CAROLINA BB^MHHBBBanaflHBHI -? In Piain Black and White - y ?. v -. ?. ? ? ? BWP^^^^BBBfc If you don't have your tenth attended P^a?HHBBiHBHHBBI^r* . ' ? *rBPHRn sn to in time you will reg...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 27 March 1914

. . ?MMk ?lltll lt'-, t. ttlllbai?, T?-?r?l?t. hl?ll?ll, 4 ri lt?? tU u4 H..IM.M Ull.r ?rllla?. ?ur t>ninun kr? UOIWJI ?m< oar Colter? li tb* mott kigtily revoton*ml*4. Our gr?duitr. ar? !.*??? prtltmd IHH.>B?'J ol tba ibarouffi tr ala) a? tbay laaal?? har*. ^ "MZ?ZZZcL-. "THE SOUTH'S BEST" .OUTHL^MA. THE BEST EVER! PIEDMONT BUGGY OR MILBURN WAGON, Can't be Beat Come Look Them Over Also some good mules and horses. ^See me before buymg : : -^*\*m : Theo P. Watson SALES STABLES 0. X McDuffie St., - Anderson, S. C. . ital - ? ? . . ? ? . ?' ggj \ T?7 TXT MTP"PTi -OF A VEHICLE OF ANY KIND let us show you our stock before you buy. We carry a complete stock of ail kinds. Also Har ness, Whips and Robes. We have some extra good values in Mules and Horses. Liberal terms and. courteous .treatment to all. ^ J. S. FOWLER SOUmCAROlJ??A In-Plain Black and White if yci: isn't have your teeth attended to In time you will regtet it all your life. Delay? are dangerous, and tiie older ones gr...

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. — 27 March 1914

The Improved "CIRCLE BRACES" r IVERSE CULTIVATOR To be sure that you get the Cultivator that will do your work best, run lightest, last longest and" work easiest see that it is the Improved "Circle Brace" - - Four Styles - of these famous Cultivators now on sale, "Circle Brace" Lever Di v erse, P? ai a Tungue, and Detach- " able Shovel Points. The best Cul tivator in the world. Come to See Us E. Whittier St., ?teas f -r-i-rii Anderson, S. C. * ?*> fea^-M ?. .?? - -. .. vivi m ? . km li DUPENT" YOUNG MAN ??N/CEO W ?ONEY ANO BECAME A PAWNER IN THE BUSINESS. Such a thing as not "having alliance" is all BOSH.-1 Every man has a chance if he will only TAKE the chance. . Older men with lots of MONEY are looking for younger men with a little money whom they would like to take into PARTNERSHIP. Nothing can hold down a maji with CHARACTER and . money. Banking your money will build your character. * Do it ' arid have BOTH. % I i (. Make OUR B.u;k YOUR bank We pay 4 per cent, interest quarte...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 27 March 1914

TIS ? I The Improved "CIRCLE fcR?C?D" riVERSE CULTIVATOR To be sure that you get the Cultivator that will do your work best, run lightest, last longest and* work easiest see that it is the Improved "Circle Brace" - - Four Styles - "c A.?_r_r?.-ii '. t - wi lucsc (aiuuus vjuiuvatuis iiuw on sale, "Circle Brace'* Leyer Di verse.Plain Tongue, and Detach- " able Shovel Points. The best Cul tivator in the world. ^uie to See Us Such a thing as not "having a chance" is all BOSH.. < Every man has a chance if he will only TAKE the chance. . Older men with lots of MONEY; are looking for younger men with a little money whom they would like to take into PARTNERSHIP. Nothing can hold .down a man with CHARACTER ana - money. Banking your money will build >our character. * Do if arid have BOTH. .... ~ Make OUR Bank YOUR bank Anderdon, S, ?. 1-L-..... -.^IJrilnjJliMl.^^ ? '. lL 1 ".' I! ?. The Farmers & Merchants Bank and the Farmers Loan and Trust Company, both pf \ Anderson, S. C., take ...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 27 March 1914

Hf An np ANi IBLHU ut nm DISTINGUISHED EDUCATOR r.HOSFN RV ROARn TRUS TEES SATURDAY HAS SIGNIFIED HIS ACCEPTANCE Was For Years Head of English Dept. and at Times Acting President of Winthrop --AU Pleased Jss. V. Kimmi. Ph. I).. head of the English department at the South Car olina Military academy, was Thursday afternoon unanimously elected presi dent ot Anderson college. Dr. Kimmi wuo prasticaU' tendered the position more thar >*ar ago, before there was -TtfrtWrtkm*- on the building, but ho could not then ncoMra^-Vsi1.ooa^-ao-^fr ? became known yrf&ntly that, a deter-" rained effort WRI 'to ba made to get Prof:. W. H. Hst 1 to go- back to bis Held of .work fot the high.schools jf : the ?tate, friondf of Dr. Kinard sug- i gofttcd that in th? event ot Mr. Hand's i retiring from t o institution, they i uoed look no fur her for they bad In view tba very ma \ they needed. And expesston* of opt lon confirm tho uris- i dom of this. i Dr. Kinard wal here last Saturday i night on a v...

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. — 7 April 1914

VOL. 1, NO. 68. ITeeUy, CftfKfefcfti IMts Dally, Jam. lt, itu. ANDERSON, S. C., TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 7, 1914. PRICE FIVE CENTS. $5.00 PER ANNUM. DECIDED UPON BY COMMIT. TEE ON INTER.OCEANIC CANALS TOLLS IN SENATE MoCumber Delivered M?st Exten sive Argument Yet Produced In The Upper House (By Associated Press.) Westlington, April ?.-Publicity for the deliberations on the Panama toll exemption repeal was determined upon (oday by the Renate committee on in ter-oceablQ mutais, which tomorrow will begin consideration of the con troversy in all tts aspects. Senator O'Gorman, chairman of the committee, decided upon open session? after a conference with hts colleagues. ??.V. _.l--1 1--1- -? ... , .. v... l."U *.?.. ?. 41 >.v. .-. s MM?- ????.? . T -~ ..~.?. ...... not been decided, but this wit) be de termined When the bou?e repuol hill and various compromise senate meas ures are taken u; formally. How long, the committee will deliberate on the Issue before making a report to thc. sena...

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. — 7 April 1914

ii i ' i i II 4-t? _ The Farmers & Merchants Bank and the \ Farmers Loan and Trust Company, both .of, Anderson, S. C., take a great deal of pleas ure in lending money to prornpt 'paying cus tomers and at this season of the year take an especial pleasure in "lending money to their farmer frjends. We would be plouBed to extend our acquaintance with the farra- i era of this good county by lending them money. COME TO SEE I'S. Farmers & Merchants Bank Farmers Loan & Trust Co. ? il ll' I ' ' ? 5 NO IRE SYMPATHY Spartanb jrg Stories Say That Pub lic Opinion Concerning the Young Lady Is Changing' TSparianburg, April 4 It seems that ti reaction ha? taken place uinong th? ?yupalh|z*jrn of MI.SK Pleda Pendi?* lon, who It; SO :;<><,n lo c." on trial pith Clydn Oleraent for tho u.iirdrr o? Ot i i a by child in Spariunhtirg on January .3U. Par a time lhere could pe hoard predictions on any side in Bpartai.burr that fdiss Pendleton [vould Jt ea.ce be ac quitted when she Wem ?o...

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