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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 20 May 1916

CAPI B. J JIMS ELECTE^PRESIOENT AT STATE CONVENTION ELKS HELD IN SPARTANBURG THIS WEEK NEXT IN COLUMBIA Convention Next Year Will Be Held With Largest Lodge In South Carolina Anderson Wiks have returned fr?iu Spa i lan lilil?; wlicro they at I <? mlcd the annual statu convention, among them being ('apt. Hal ; di J. Hamer, who was elected state president. Hu hud been first vice pr?sident fur tho ptu . year. -Mr. W. li. Hrlssey or thc 'Anderson lodgo was appointed u member of the executive committee t;t>??r Anderson Ivlka attending the convention weru Messrs. H. M. I?. M. Cochran, Keys (Himer and Dr. C. P. Hess, Joe Norris, T. P. Dl.son, \V. B. Atkinson und S. M. Wolfe. After his election as president, (.'apt. lt am er tendered his resigna tion, which was not accepted. Hav ing been vice president for tho past year, nccording to custom, Capt. Humer should have beon elected dis trict deputy.- lt ls not known wheth er Capt. TJimor will serve or not. Tho convention next year will be...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 21 May 1916

V- V. ANDERSON, S. C., SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 9,1915. ._._ Wt NUMBER 232. Tells Charlotte Crowd Slow Progress of War Is Interesting - Fact At This Time-Will Elah orate on Possibilities I Early Peace in e Speech j At Washington ?'.111 1 ? (By Associated Press.) Charlotte, May 20.-President Wilson, speaking on world peace before a crowd of many thousands at the anniversary cel ebration of the signing of the Mecklenburg declaration of in dupendence hero* today, intimated plainly that not much progress ls being made by warring Eu ropean nations und tho objects being sought could be achieved latter through peaceful means. He said "it is an interesting fact that the progresa of the war is nt a standstill." He added: "When you cannot overcome you . must take counsel." His utterances, though guard ed, wero given significance In view, of tho recent discussion ot the possibility of ending tho Eu ropean war1. President Wilson sketched' briefly what was" his Idea ' is of what will follow the...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 21 May 1916

CLASSIFIED INTELLIGENCER Want Ad Rates 25 words fer 2Ce. 1 cent uer word each Intuition for moro tbaa 25 words. Throe insertions of tho same ad ou consecutive days for the price ot two Insertions, lt paid lu ad' Taue?. No ad lees than 2D cents. WANTS WANTED-D. a lady, room ami boan! in privat?: family, cloue !n Reference exchanged. Address "C," cure The Intelligencer. WANTED YOU TO KNOW- That 1 have Just received 30 pair? J il am omi Tires und will nell ut these pri?es: Diamond i'uiicluro proof. $2,2.*? Tim Diamond' Halley Non-Skid, fi;75j O'F.raond 400 Camden, fl.? Dinuiorid )'J20, $1.10; Hunter, $1.40; Tbo Ironclad Marrup, $2.00. Agenti Smith's Motor Wheel. J. L. E. Jon?;?, 103 McDufTJe strcot. FOR SALE FOR SALE- OatB, hay, Como dry and sweet feed, Como hen and chick feed, cotton seed meal and llntless hulls, wholesale und re tail. Stock on hand at all times. , 300 bushels Lookout Mountain seed Irish potatoes and 400,000 Nandi ila!! and Cawtawba yam potato ?lips-our own bedding-at...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 21 May 1916

llll?llllllllll Hil KS5J ag? lil m $1.69 Iii my search for bargains in ;New York I raii across a millinery house -that needs cash. - They had:aTarge; lot of Pattern Hats. Hats worth from #3,00 to $5.00. I made an ofter an?cit was accepted. They were loaded, on th? Adams , Express and rushed South to Anderson, i don't want to make much mo'ney on an article so I marked them for this sale at.. $1.69 Bargain Day in Anderson will he changed from Monday to Tuesday and Wednesday PHIL ROSENBERG Ha? returned from New York and eastern markets with a tremendous as sortment of Ladies' and Gents* fteady-to-Wear. Goods are being rushed South by freight? express and ship. Mr* Rosenberg had the^ash and mon ey talks. Goods were bought at a fraction of their true value. Every train that comes to Anderson now brings new goods for this New Store. This Sale is for 2 days only. , ?sss About 200 Fine Silk Waists. Made up to sell for $3.50 and $4.00.. All colors of the rainbow. Beautiful styles, made of ch...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 21 May 1916

THE INTELLIGENCER ESTABLISHED 1890 Published every morning except Monday by The Anderaon Intelligen cer at HO Weet Whltnor fjtrcet, An uori?on, S. C. SEMI-WEEKLY INTELLIGENCE II Published Toosdays and Fridaya L. M. GLENN..IWltor and Manager. Entered aa 8Ccond-c1a3S mattel April 28, 1914, nt the pOBt office at Anderson, South Carolina, under tba Act of March 3, 1870. . . ,. ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCHES Telephone... ...... . ..321 SUBSCRIPTION BATES DAILY Ono Year... ..15.00 Bis Montho.2. BO Three MonthB.l.'-f? One Month.42 Ono Week. .. ... .10. SEMI-WEEKLY Ono Year. .. ..fi.SO L'ix Months. . ,i5 Tho intelligencer la *dollvered by currier in tho city.' Look at tho printed label on your . paper. Tho dato thereon shows when the eubecrlptton expires. Notico date und label carefully, and If not correct ploato notify us at once. [ Subscribers dcnlr.ng the address ot their p?per oaangeo', will ploaoo state In their communication both the .?ld and uow. bddroBOOB. ', To insure' prompt dolivory...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 21 May 1916

if SUMMER SCHOOL WINTHROP COLLEGE ROCK HILL, SOUTH CAROLINA Jun? 13 to July 21,1916. NOTED EDUCATORS-Some of the most famous educators or the .J United States will give a series of lectures-Professors McMurray and Thorndike o? Columbia University. New York, CommiBfoner iv Kendall of New Jersey, an ex-President of th? National Education Association, Editor of th? Journal of Education, President of the ' Story Teller's League, General Secretary of the Religious Ednca .V ,tlon Association, and many others. - COURSE OP STUDY-Full Courses of study will be provided, tb meet the needs of (1) Superintendents and Principals, (2) High School Teachers (3) Primary and Grade Teachers ?4) Rural School . Teachers and (5) those wishing college credits. ' . ? FACULTY-A large faculty has been secured composed of spec ialists and leaders of education in this and other states. 1 ; j SPECIAL FEATURES-Model school, rural .school problems kirtdor '. ? garton,, practice and lectures on the Montessori metho...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 21 May 1916

GHIQUQLA LODGE IO BEWai?ESENIEO MEETING OF GRAND LODGE CONVENING IN COLUMBIA TOMORROW AN INVITATION Will Be Extended That Grand Lodge Meet In Thia City In 1917-The Delegates At n meeting of (.'hiltonia lodge, Knights of Pythias, th? following delegates were appointed to repre sent tho lodge at tho meeting of tho grand lodge convening in Columbia tomorrow: Messrs tl. H. delger, c. ll. Greene, M. J., Hon'utm, .lat', ll. ('.ali;. K. P. Smith ana VV. P. Nich olson, .Mr. S. i\I. Wolfe, grand chan cellor, will also attend. il hos also bean decided to asl: tho grand lodge to meut in Anderson in xt year, and the local delegation will urge that tho Invitation be uc : cepled. The .official program follows: >;:,'iU p. m., Monday, May 22. Concert by Shriners band, compli mentary to tho Grand Lodge. Open tu tho public. lihou ?. m., TucHdny, May 2?. Convention called to order hy lion. Herbert IO. Gyles, grand chan cellor. Opon to tho public. . Prayer-Kev. P. lt. Wells, Hock Hill, S. ?. ' Addro...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 23 May 1916

V- V. ANDERSON, S. C., SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 9,1915. ._._ Wt NUMBER 232. Serious Economic. Situ?t ranza Government-St ly Every Railroad Line Little Prospect For Re Mexico City. (By Associa "Washington, May 22.-The Carranza riouB economic nituution. Tho momei ia ? food shortage in Mexico City nnd strike extending virtually over all Mc: tiects to get flint hand information froi who is on his way to Washington with r< Mexico. . Special agent Roger, of Mexico City that a new noto ?B being prepared iiy Cfl was revealed. However, while the ( of Mexican ofilciais is described au m chees. . Tho w f% -'epartment is prep linker a8 to what' action shall be take tito Texan national guard who refused doubtless will be courtmartialed and fi IFIJ?J??O COLUMN'S BACK AT Tl IK 1 MlItlHI H AFTER SCATTERING BANDITS (By Associated Press.) Maratohn, Toxaa, May 22.-The flying columns of the eighth and eleventh cavalry, detailed by General PunBton to chas? the bendite who raided Glenn, Springs, have...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 23 May 1916

MUTT AND JE1 P?R "tfMlS tfAPORTArHT MtS X VJtSH TO ?SStf YOU A FCU <*OCST40r4S CLASSIFIED INTELLIGENCER Want Ad Rates tr> words for 2Co. 1 cent por word each inn onion tor mora thaa ? 5 words. Three insertions ot tho same ad on consecutivo days tor the prlco of two Insertions, ft paid tn ad vance. ; v No ad less than 26 cents. WANTS WANTED-Dy a lady, room aud board in' private family, closo tn Reference, exchanged". Address "C," cure Tho' Intolllgtaicor. ' > WANTED YOU TO ICNO\V-That I . have Just received 30 pairs* Diamond Tires and will sell at these prices: . Diamond Puncture, proof, I2.2G. The Diamond Bailey Non-Skid, SI.7R; Diamond'400 Camden. Diamond" i030.$l;10; Hunter, $1.40; The Ironclad Barcup, ?2.00. Asonts Smith's Motor Wheel. J. h. E.. Jones, 103 McDuffte stroct. FOR SALE POR S,\LE~0at8,. hay, Corno dry ! and weet feed, Como hen and chick feod, cotton seed meal aud . Ilnt?c8s . hulls,, wholosalo. and: re - tall. 'Stock oh hand at alt timos. - 300 bushels Lookou...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 23 May 1916

j-?-=^^-^ MATINEE 2:30, NIGHT 8:30 -\ ] *^E^^MO\^; IMMORTALIZED! SEATS AT BO^^^^ T^r-t;-. BBS Use Stonccyphcr's BUG KILLER On. Your Irish Potatoes It Trill kill tbs bog* and nb? lajero tho potato vines, ?Joid ^ '. umu>y hack ijroposiffoa by relia* h\? ?ttacern aad ?m^hie. Manufactured aad guaranteedV,?//./ A. irla* is ?.'J th.u if, : i!:c3^<o pr-:'.* this to yoi:'. ' ^ | fr**?*??*?******??????? ' An Approaching Wedding. . Picfcens, ?f&y 22.-Announcement hos bbah mudo of the engagement ot Miss Mary Stark Grogan, daughter ol Judge and Mrs. Georgo C. Grogan ol Alberton, Ga., to , James Hagood Bruce of Plckens,. the marriage to cake placo In .lune. '* Miss Grogan has visited In Plckont at different t,hnes and is a favorite with those' who know !#*r. Mr. tirucc is well known, and'one of the most popular young'men of\thls sec; tlon. He holds a responsible position with tho PickenB bank. ' ' . \ Mis? Moe Toto ?qi Elberton, Ga. .'s expected -today, to visit Mrs. Har les ton Bartpn...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 23 May 1916

ESTABLISHED 1860 Published ever/ morning except Monday by The Anderson Intelligen cer at 140 Wost Whltnor Street, An ?crson, S. C. ~NE.MI.WEEHLY INTELLIGENCER^ Published Tin isdayj und Fridays L. M. GLENN? .Editor and Manager. Entered as ??cond-class matter An.il 28, 1914. at tho pust office st And* i con. South Carolina, under the Act of March 3, 1879. ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCHES Telephone. .. . .321 SUBSCiUPTION HATES 3) AI L i Ons Tear.. .? '.. .'..f&.ou Six Months.. .. ;.2.50 Three Months.,.1.-5 Ono Month.42 Ono Week..IO HEM MYEE K L? One Year.?. .fl.fiO Six Months...75 Tho Intelligencer ls doHvcred >y| carrier in tho city. Look at tho'? printed label on your pnpor. The ?data thereon shows when tho subscription .'expires. Notlco date . and label carefully, and if not correct pienso notify us at Once. : Subscriben; t?cslr.'ng tho address of] . their piper changed, will pirene state In their communication both tho -dd | and now addresses, To in miro ; prompt delivery, . cor...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 23 May 1916

i fi . Are You Wasting The Pricfe Of a Titan Engine? ?j ' Jj V?TAN engines run on kerosene. Average cost of gasoline so far this year, s6I9.cent$ per gallon. Average cfost of kerosene 7.7 cents per gallon. 1 Gasoline costs ?wer 100 p?r csa* s?cye th? n fcsrsr ( ce?e. Gasoline is going up steadily. Kerosene is not. . ;.>. At present fuel prices Titan engines, using koro-. . 11 fiene, save their owners about 1 ? 1 cents per horse power \ per hour. . ? Arfe you running; a gasoline engine ? What horse power is it ? ' figure what you'd be saving if you had a Utan kerosene engine. Rather surprising, isn't it? How long would it take that saving to pay for a Titan engine of the same size ?.. International Harvester Company of America ? ' (Incorporated) Titan tiero*?n? eooincs ar? *ohl hw SUIM 7AN HARDWARE C?i Anderson, S. C. W????mK^ life ? s ' "I'want io tell you what wonderful benefit 1 have re ceived from the use of Th?dford's Black-Draught," writes Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mil...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 23 May 1916

SHERIFF HAILEY OF ELBERT_C0. KILLED j BY PROMINENT YOUNG AT TORNEY ON SUNDAY MORNING LOCAL DEPUTIES Were in Elberton and Were Eye W?tne?iesJ-Cause of Act Remiting Unknown Sheri ft* S. Newton Mulley or Elbert I cpu it ty, Georgia, was ?hot and Killed | by Aruolil Wo ri ey, a prominent at torney and on of Judgo Wurley of| the tniperlor court on Sunday short ly before noon. Th'? nowx of the tragedy reached Anderson shortly af terwards and eau sod considerable j comment, since sheriff Halley was'l wt ll known in this city. "Deputy Sheriffs J. Olin Sanders! ami .lim Williams of AndorBon went to gilberton Saturday night to iden tify a negro over there as ono that was wanted by tho authorities here. They returned Sunday afternoon und a? they were oye-witucssoB, they gave a good account of the trouble. Sunday morning ubout eleven i o'clock tho deputies from Anderten mid Sheriff Halley went down to the Seaboard r.iilwuy depot and arrest ed tho negro who was thought to be the ono wanted. They...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 24 May 1916

V- V. ANDERSON, S. C., SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 9,1915. ._._ Wt NUMBER 232. THIS IS PROPOSED IN BILL INTRODUCED BY: CHAIR MAN HAY WILSON APPROVES Council Would Make Survey Of Industries For Immediate . Concentration (By Associated Press.) Washington, May 23.-The crea tion of a na^ldnal council to roobWee the industrial: resources. of this country in timo of war was propos ed in a 1)111 introduced in the. house today by Chairman Hay of the mili tary committee.- The bil.has beeb ap proved by President. Wilson/ The measure provides a council of seven' merdbers. of the cabinet with power to n o mi na to for'tho approval of the presidf at an. advisory commis sion pf BOV*;/, members, especially qualified tr* rjak? a survey of the, in dustries of tho country and make them ready for. immediate concen trotion". An appropriation.- ,of,vt^ro: huhdred tlio?Baiid' doll?ra>wpnld be asked for th?'first yeai\ v ; BUS?NESSGOQD AND South In Midst Greatest Prosper Atlanta, May 23.-In Spite of the ...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 24 May 1916

MUTT AND JE] CLASS?FI?D INTELLIGENCER j Want Ad Rates 86 words for xGc. I cent per word each insertion for m,?r?? than 35 words. Three Insertions bf the same ad bo consecutive dayB for the price ot two insertions, if paid In ad- j vance. NO.ad leas than lils cento. WANTS WA>ITEI^-By 'a lady, room and hoard in private family, close in * lief crenco exchanged. Addjress "(V'-care Tho Intelligencer I, \ WANTED YOU TO ICNOW-That ? h?ve Just' received 30 pair? Diamond Tires end Will sell at these prices: Diamond Puncture ,'proof, $2,25.; The 1 Diamond Halley Non-Skid, S Ti.VG; Diamond 400 Camden, $!/{ :: - Diamond 1030, $1.10; Hunter, $1.40; Tho Ironclad Barcnp, ?2.00^Agonts MmMi'M Motor Wheel. J. L. E., Jones, 103 McDq Bte;, street. FOR SALE-Outs, "hay, Como dry J and sweet '.''Teed, >"Cor?p hen audi chick feed, cotton eoed meal and j Witless hulls, wholesale'' and r? ?::Tt?ll*v Stock do hand at all timos, | SSSThusheis iiookoUt Mountain'.reed | Irish potatoes andi 400,000 Nin'ch ?...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 24 May 1916

4. Ml?M??i A ' " # V r this week 20 dozen of | the prettiest of the new I . Ha?s for Chiidreh -and $ Little Misses at surprls-vi fp T.rX ingly low prices/ , 1 . ? i ^ . - m ii that thrDu|hout:cfur;?tp:ck^larga!ns are.'pientifu? T ?T? Next to Parker & Bolt's zr ANDERSON "THEATRE MATINEE 2:30, NIGHT 8i30 People V; ..'.'pi--; ?* P.WGriffi?th'e 8,000 Horses Nights, 50c, $1, $150, $2. Matinees, 25c, '50c, 75c, $1 mm .(Vroi?, Thc Literary Digest.) If yo?r radiator leaks,'poor in .Th? self-actingrndintor. cement , I Finds the Leak and Fixes ?t Se-Ment-ol is a powxler put up in ; lithp^raphed?tin cans, s : >; WherfttiiouVed into ypud*adiator it dissolves iii tii? hot Water. ?t 'tHe l?akv the cool air congeals it into a cement ihat-.repairs . ii-au tom a tic a Hy. . Look for the pumpkin colored cans, v] ^ : ' ?rice75c ?: J Tfr?Vabove adyertisernent is one of a .series thafcV is runnmg everr other week in the t.it?|ary Digest?fA ? I I ' '' ii I jjjffaff!g^.^9Hi-? J;','"V"'" wilt tn^?nt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 24 May 1916

THE INTELLIGENCER ESTABLISHED 1866 l'ubiixhod every tnornfog except Monday by Tho Ami? 1. on Intolllgcn err Ht 140 West Wbitnor Street, An ?eruun, S. C. """HESIMVEEKLY INTELLIGENCER I'ubllbhed Tuesdays und Friday? L. M. GLENN. .Editor and Manager. Entered a? eoeond-cians ' mattet Ap.ll 28, 19M, at tho post omeo at Anderson, Ko'itli Carolina, under thc Act of March 3, 1879. < ASSOCIATED 'PKKSS DISPATCHES Telephone.321 Himsi'JUI'T.ION HATES I DAILY Ono Year.. .,.$5.00 Six Months.. .. .....2.50 Three Months .l.?S Ohs Month.43 Ono Week. .10 SEMI-WEEKLY. Ono Year..fl.50 Six Months........... .75 Tim intelligencer ls delivered if4 carrier In tho city. Look at tho printed label on your paper. Th? dato thereon shows when ?ho tubecrlpllon expires. Notice date j?ud label carefully, and if not correct piesse notify un at onco. Siibr.cilbere dcnir.'ng tho address of their prt'pir'Mahgedr'WiIi pieaco auto in their communication both the <dd and new addreuuos. > To' inouro prompt ?ollvor...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 24 May 1916

this Spl Compound of Simple Laxative > Herb* Recommended fer Constipation When a remedy ha? stood tho test of critical analysis and strong compe tition for over a quarter o?, a, century and establishes itself as the lu*'spon sable household remedy, Ia thousou?? Of homes, it is pretty good evidence Of Its efficacy., Dr. Caldwell's ,'dyrup Pepsin has been on the market since i 1880, its us? being gradually extended until now it is generally regarded by drug gists ' as the staple family ' laxative. It is a' 'combination of simple laxa tive herbs, free from opiates or nar cotic drugs, gentle in ltd action.and positivo In effect. It costs only fifty coiits a bottle ?r?i'. can be p'trefc^s?'! in drug stores everywhere, r Mr. Prank' Klima, of 230D Ashland Aye., Baltimore, Md. wrote Dr. Cald well recently that he bad tried about everything without being helped until ho? got a bottle of Br. Caldwell's Sy rup Pepsin, which he considers the HANGE FOB YOUNG CHICKS . > ' . Problem Deserves...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 24 May 1916

OPERATIVES MILL AR MILLS CLOSED DOWN YES TERDAY SHORTLY AFTER ONE O'CLOCK FIRST WALKOUT IN PICKING ROOM Which Was Yesterday Morning! And After ' Noon Reces? Other. Der erttnenta Were Closed The ftuuInox mill of this e'.ty I? closed down bocausc of n ulrike un tho part of ubont thrce-fourthB of | thc employees, which begun yesterday morning about 10 or ll o'clock. Be-| cnusic of tho great number walking ont, the mill linn been closed down Omi it is understood will bc closed Indefinitely.-' . Tho ulrike began lu tho picking and Card room where between r>0 and 00 people are. employed. Yesterday nt 1 o'clock when tho employees re turned from lintier, a greater part of them returned to tho mill but lt ls raid they just r/tond around and did not go to. .work. Finally they walk ed out, leaving about?-one-fourth of tho employees ot work in;.tho spin ning room; -These bogan to leuvo. and tho mill was closed down short ly ntt?? 1. . , 1 Tho managementot .hornill, stated yesterday afternoon...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 25 May 1916

V- V. ANDERSON, S. C., SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 9,1915. ._._ Wt NUMBER 232. Washington S?elioves Sit uation WM Adjust It self ! De?piie Rumors That Demands Foy V^?ick?Wali Will Be Renewed - Domesfcicj Condition m Mexico Continue Grave Chihuahua Cit j', Mexico, May 2-i. Tilla ls at Hacienda, Ilinibrera, ono linndrcd and twenty-fire miles from JJimlnez rnr?il'g his wounds, according fo a report \ received, by. Carranza Commander Oicncral Hamos" at JI mi nez. 'Bcports mt "Villa has small hands cf f?rtowcrs nt lictarca and San Itnrnnrdino near Mimbrera. , ! Withdrawal ITnlikcly ; . . ?(By :Ai?sp??ated Presa.) Washington, ,'May 24.-While no nutliorHatIvco. tdrecant of thc propoff-i als to bo made by Carranza, in hts new note has reached officials hero tho general f cell np. . despite, rumors that ho might 'rejn?w : his demand ...for the withdrawal bf American troops, is. ono bf optimism]. ; lt. is, ? bolleved his note will propose a definite agree ment for cooperation between Amer-, lea...

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