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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 16 June 1916

Our Want Ada aro alwayH in thc public oyo. They arc Boen hy tho hanker and the day lab'ver, thu big nalary mun nnd thc dork, the cash girl and tho experienced sten ographer. They reach thom all iillke. Intelligencer Classified Ads bring what yon want when you want lt They one on the Joh 24 hours each day and bring far better returns than any other quarter you can Invest. Wo Ult the Nail on tho head every limo when lt comos to results in Want Ads Try ono yourself mid seo. When In need of help of any kind) thc Classified Columns of The In. tolllgencer will many times put you In touch with desirable persons who take the Inialire hud advertise fer ai position* AlwayB on top with reaultB. Try one of our Want Ads and watch tho Results spin your wsy. If ' that cook of washerwoman has left you In the lurch yon may find a better one through the Classified Columns of The Intelligencer. De? slrnblo office help likewise can be obtained through theso columns. * That Ring True with Results. Every...

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. — 17 June 1916

VOLUME III, ANDfeRS?N, & C, SATURDAY Rf6l&Ir^, JUNE 17; 1916. mm. ? 9 ii* NUMBEft 144 ? EUT OUT PERKINS CONFERS WITH tr R. ??D^' S^T?V?AJN; AND "GOOD FEELING" SsMu MENT/ RE.MEWED-ROOSErt VELT REF?rt?>TAT^ ---- ... \, (By Associated Pres?.)' New! York, June lG.'-rrGeo. W Perkins, progreuclve leader, after a series of conferences 'today with Roost;volt and with Governor . "Whit man, announced that negotiations are underway looking iodine. "restoration of good f col?n*'.' between . progres-. . nives and reJ'.n'bilcsnB.. ?. ^? Roosevelt -whep' .asked regarding Progress .?????.vf tho negotiations e%3ced nprlprlpo."lat . Perkins* state It. Roosevelt said he JtneW jioth ?;^?C* whatever ol that; ;hut ' If he had ythlng to" say ..he would 3ay 1t nu der: his own-signature. RECEIVER ASK . Minority Stockfco^rs Fils Petition | Against ail of Cotton \ ".-, SpaVianburg; juna 16.-?: p?tition .; . ^?s' filou here yesterday with. ?Udg? j '.'?' Joseph T.- Johnsoh ; bf the United {.; J3u&...

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. — 17 June 1916

. RARE <X0 TIN OF . Twe eocc Mote CANDID .VI\TV? H?S FAMILV, MRS. f ftN D INFANT DAUGHTER PICTURE WAS TAKEN tJU TICO A CAN TO HIM. AN MGR. MOTHER'S ?KA INTELLIGENCER Want Ad Rates as words for 25e. 1 cent esr word each insertion for more than 85 words. Three Insertions ot the same nd on consecutive .days for the price of two Insertions, If paid tn ad vance. No ed less than BB cants. LOST OR FOUND TAKEN UP-Large whito spotted now with horns. Owner can get same hy paying expenses1,' see u. N. Wyatt, or phono 187 or 473. WANTS WANTB?K^lood double entry boole ||?|?eep3r with two years experience wants position in Anderson. Con . ; "deliver tho goods. Address Book keeper, care Thc Intelligencer. .WANT a position? Want-adver tise for IV and persist in it-and ll;, you'll win. FOR SALE FOB. SALE-Gurdon and field seeds of all kinds end in ?ny quand ty. Our seedsar? all fresh and- guar anteed true to name. McDonald Soed House, Mucce&aors to Fur man Hm I th, th?> Seedsman. Send !^^ns...

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. — 17 June 1916

Neglect of Iipj5o*t*Bl ???c*krn Hay Serious!)- Impair ' the Health i a BB There are many pcdplo who believe they suffer from indigestion when their discomfort-ls du?.to a conotl pated condition. : Bloat, with ita -attendant mental dc prcij H ion, oleU-hcadacho, ? fch'e belching bf sour stomach i gases, etc., aro tre. latently duo to Inaction pi the bow oin. Believe tho congestion and tho tronido usually disappears. Tba use of cathartics and ' purgative? should bo avoided, bowover, as, these ubock the system unnecessarily and, at best, their effect its but tempo* rary. A mild lnxpiivo Is far pre ferable.'- .'. .- -- < The. compound pf - simple laxativo h?u'?a inuwn aa Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin and sold in drug stores for fifty cents a IwrttRv la highly 'recoil mended. The^:Jfenj?^i Bassin, ?SO Madison St., dary. Ind., thinks Djry Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin a" wonderful medicino ; for four years he hj& 4 Vero cane of indigestion, .and con stlpa'.lon before trying Dr. Caldwell's ...

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. — 17 June 1916

THE INTELLIGENCER ESTABLISHED 18C0 - Published every morning escojt Mondar by Tho And?r/inn ?nf?1l!g?n cer at 140 Weat Whittier Street, An derson, 8. C. SEMI-WEEKLY INTKI/LIGENCEB ru bl if.hr ?I Tuesdays und fctidays L. li. .GLENN..Editor and Mansger. Entered as aecond-clssa mattel April. 28, 1914, at tho post oflloo al Anderson. South Carolina, under tho -Act of March 3, 1870. ASSOCIATED PRE88 DISPATCHES -.-;-? Telephone.;. ... .321 ""SUBSCRIPTION BATES DAILY One Year.96.00 Biz Months.. ...... ., .... 2.50 Threo M* >b? .. ..1,4* 'One Mont i. .42 One We' .'.10 SEMI-WEEKLY One Year. .. .. .. ..?1.50 Six Months.. ..' ;../.', .. .. .. .. .75 Tho Intelligencer Is dollvorod t?y carrier in the . city. Look at the printed labal on your paper? The dato thereon shows when the fubHCription expires. Notico date and Ubel carefully, and if not correct please notify us at once. Sobscrlbero desiring the address of their piper changed, will please state in their communication both tho ?dd . and ...

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. — 17 June 1916

UNDERSEA BOATS ? BEFENSE PLAN fy railes is Possible. EXPERTS LIKE THE SOHEHEi ?hicBflc Man Say? That tt ta PrectN cable- Would ' Havu Caiesons Four Milos Apart otu Doth C?ante-At mosphere Now Affactu Wirclact Phons and Torpedoes. ?.*?'' ;,' JUC', '?-..?My,? *>:'.'. uKriF-',4'*.?? . ) High Bpeed torpedoes with an effec tive range of more than twenty miles, with submarine structures in constant electrical connection with stations on th? shore and warships a'short dis tance out-this, In skeleton, is a pro gram said to be nuder consideration by dur military and naval suthoriUs^ There aro co roany, of these devices wbleu to the ordin?r/ man se^m im possible that this plan was taken to a prominent Chicago authority on elec trical malters with tho question: '.-%.'r? "Is there any-ii lng absurd on the face of thia?'' He gave a negativo answer, seemingly holding lt as something theo retically possible and likely capable of practical demon ri t ra? '.on. The plan calls for a lino of defens...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 17 June 1916

Our Wont Ads tr? always in tho public cy-'.'. They are seen by th? banker and tho day laborer, tho bis salary man anil tho clerk, the ca?l\ girl and the oxperleoced sten ographer. They reach thew all ?like. Vi i.1.1 i li 1 I I ll * I Intelligencer Classified Ads bring what yon want when yon want (t They ni? on the job 84 hours each day and brlsg far better returns than any othes- quarter you can lurent. We HU the Nail on tho head .vcryUsjs raiea it corses in result* in Want Ada. Try one yourself and see.. When In need of help of any hied the ClatsbV* ".clumnn of The In. tclllgencer viii u.:uy times put you In tench with desirable persons who take tte lUlutlve and' advertise for a position. Always on top with results; Try ono of our Want Ads and watch tho Results spin ypur way. If that cooli of j washerwoman has Mi yon in the lurch yen. may-fud n bette* ehe through the Classified Columns of Tho Intelligencer. De* ^WP^^ff^^it^y1'8 ?.? he. obfa?uea through these columna. '?i ? j?. ? ?M...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 17 June 1916

1 IS READY FOR YOU I have.just rolled out a carload of GOOD OLD MITCHELL WAGONS . Known as the "Monarch of the Road," a wagon with a record, having been manufactured and giving satisfaction , continuously since 4834, or for 82 years. . All sizes and every sise . at the right price And if you're thinking of buying a Buggy 1 am equally as wei! prepared to serve you. Brock way, Hackney, Wash ington, Delker Bros., and Kentucky. V. c ' Faces and Terms to suit Fied G. TribMe Successor to Davis Bros. .. West Benson St. Complete stock of Harness, Laprobes, Whips, etc* Excursion Fares TIA BLUE RIDGE ANO SQ3?TH?RN From Anderson, S. ?? . , ...... . .. Rate Knoxville, Tenn ...$ 8.35 Charlottesville, Va. .. .. .12140 Philadelphia, Pa..27.20 New .York, N. Y.I ..25.40 Baltlmr re.. Md. 17.95 Buffalo; T?.Yl .. ;.... 30.05 Cincinnajti, Ohio. ,. ..17.25 Rock Hill, S. C.. .. .4.45 Nashville. Tenn.'.. ....... ,12.80 Date of Sale . June ,18, 19, 20, 24, 26, June 18 to 26 Juno 21"to 25 July 5 to 9 . June ...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 17 June 1916

OUSTtESS SWEEPER G. W. CONNOR HAS BUILT j MACHINE AT LOCAL FOUNDRY TO CLEAN STREETS Without Eternal Dust Nuisance And Also Without Heavy Expenditure of Money . Mr. CW. Connor, of North Car olina, but who has boen living in Anderson for tho past several months, is about to complete his dustless ' Btroot sweeper on which ho has se cured a patent. The machin? hal beni built at tho Anderson Machine ?JE. Fouuiirj' company and ought to bs reedy fo.- JernOnutratlon within th? next (cn days. Thia street sweeper Is a splendid ilhi.'itration of what can bo done In Anderson machine shops and also show's the ingenuity of tho mon who worked the plano? of tho machino out . on, blue print and who has superin tended. Its construction. Almost ev ery ptoco of the entire truck and 'sweeper bas been made In Ander son, including tho whoota, sprockets, some of tho mam. etc.; Even the two largo broom B were made herc, tho white oak splits being ordered. Tho truck is to be motor driven by a' ir, horsepower...

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. — 18 June 1916

V. ..".V-.Xy,"'- V^!"??! '..WVK.;?. .-. ?. . - --.V v;..v.,. ?.'>.. ? : . > , IVvX-v-i : . ". 1 !. J "^VII?^||B^^L?T" .-' "Li" . > '' ''? '??/%."'$? v: tf4*%Mk? % v/kt?t ^$#fsSPi VOLUR1S5?L ANDERSON, S? G*? THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 1,1916 131 I wm? ? iiii^b l l .i .. * _--- . Conference In Washington American Troops Camped Near Mexican towit,;! where population ia parading under arms-Cowi mand u|tjj^ to cross-. ihgpoiii^t Wder v- \ (By Associated Press.) Brownsville, June 17.-Carranza-consul.Garza here tonight deliv er?d General Ric?uts an ultimatum to hand General Parker, Browns ville commander, that unless American troops are withdrawn au attack would be made by Cairahza troops/ A portion of the twenty-eighth infantry and the.rest of the third cavalry under the command of Col onel Blacksom?s enroiite to a crossing point on the border tonight. Washington Conference Washington, June 17.--Baker tonight conferred with General Scott, chief of staff and later G?n?ral Mills, chief...

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. — 18 June 1916

MUTT AND JEF CLASSIFIED INTELLIGENCER Want Ad Rates 55 words for 15a. 1 cent par word each Insertion for moro than 25 words. Three Insertions of the same ad on consecutive days for the pries ot two Insertions, 12 paid la ad vance. No. ad Isas than 25 cents. ; WANTS iSOMw-i wimnwu.ii^?,! .??Mm.***** i ? .nmm WANTED-Ten ladles with ?x " perience to work in Special Snle begining Thuradsy. Phil ."' 1 ." "?--'-~-" WANTED-Good cv, ubi. o entry book? .keeper- with two ; years experience .. wants ' position in Anderson. Can doliver the goods. Address Book? keeper, care The Intelligencer. WANT a position? Want-adver tise-fdr lt, and persist in it-ao4 you'll win. FOR SALE ' ; F??t .SALE-Ono ?ot the beat horaoa for general UR?> that .you could r rind. He Is perfectly gentle and 7Bound, J. D.yRastv t FOR SALE-Garden and field seeds of . all kinds and In;any quantity. Car , seeds aro all fresh and guar anteed true to naine, McDonald ;Seed House, 'phone 464? successors to Furmau Smith, the See...

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. — 18 June 1916

Moa?ay, It?ttfc- ?9tfe' '^^?S^, Just Received . JSy^MfeJfiL -Sport Dresses, Blue arid1 ; 7?W ll WnW Pink stripes, &g* j \ ./?lT?^' -Monday, . .O?iJ.SJp^ . / 7 \ W jj ; Sport;Dresses, . ?|? AQ ;/Jj.\l?i- .?Mu?Un, Moiiiday .?PO???? Are you - ?oing to - the *d?Mi \ VS mountains? You will sure- 310.^-^ ly need one of these.suits. FBSraSl xvx^ Hof-?n Suits, of Lin. S ^ W^^^ Monday .. . $5.98 ^ ^ jj \\ / Hof.Lin Middv-Suits,-Gheckv ^\ ?I \\ J ed Material ?KI Af Alfi . >*fer t l/~ % ' I \ Monday.. ^lUlWU ^J. ?' \ ? . HoMin Suits, pure ..Lift- M Gowns V N??k or high neck, Monday .. ..>*Sc Gowns Embroidered, ?1.50 values, Monday .. .. . ;*>8c 5 Dozen Nev^Waists, Special for Monday ,. .. .. $1.00 Coat Suite Monday l-?Off. GreatValufe. B?ys M Union Suits, Monday i : .; .. .. ? . . ..5Vc Bovs Krtit Waists, Monday .... ...... .. .. . .I8e Infants knit'Bands, Monday.,. ......... ....-25c New White P. K. Shirts at $i;23, $??SO, $??0 and $2.50 Monday May, we expect you Monday ? . ... -...

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. — 18 June 1916

THE INTELLIGENCER ESTABLISHED 1M6 Published every mc-ulng except Monday by Tho Ander/ion intelligen cer at 140 West Whitnor Street, An derson, 8. C. \-.SEMI-WEEKLY INTELLIGENCE! 'Published Tuesdays and Friday? L. M. GLENN..Editor end Manager. ..Entered as second-class mattet Anvil 28, 1914, at tho post oftlco at Anderson, South Carolina, under the Act of March 3, 1870. ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCHES ; ^ ^Telephone... ... ... ... .. ..321 8UBSCBIITION BATES DAILY Ono Year.. .. ...95.90 Biz Months.2.30 Three Months ,.. l.??p , One Month ... ,.. .42 One Week.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .10 SEMI-WEEKLY Ono Yesr.;.fl.BO Six Months. ...75 ' Tho Intelligencer ls delivered bj cartier in the city. Loch at the printed label on youri paper. The date thereon shows when the subscription expires. Notice date and label carefully, and it not correct | please notify us at once. Subscribers desiring the address ct I their payer changed, will pleooo stito in their communication both tho nhl ! and new addresses. ...

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. — 18 June 1916

THE INTELLIGENCER ESTABLISHED 18S9 Published <?vory morning *xco?)t I Monday by The Anderwn Intelligen-1 cor at 140 West Whitnor Street, An dereon, B.C. ' SEJfl-YYKEHX? INTELLIGEKC?IT 'Published Tuesday? und Fridays j ti. M. GLENN..Editor and Manager. Entered as second-class mattet Anvil 28, 1914, at the post ofDco at Anderson, South Carolina, under ?ha Act ot March S, 1870. ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCHES 'v Telephone... .321 . SUBSCRIPTION HATES DAILY One Year.16.00 Six Months...2.50 Tb ra? Months .. .. .. .? .... 1.25 One Month .. .. .. ...42 One Week... .. .10 SEMI-WEEKLY One Year.ll.BO] Six Months.75 ' The inteiligSE-scr is ?e?ir?*red by carrier In the elly. Look at the printed label on your j ; paper. The date thereon shows when the subscription expires. Notico date j' ind label carefully?, and if not correct | p.'er.no notify us at once. Subscribers desiring the address of their p?per changed, will pleaco state In their communication both tho ??ld and new addresses. To ibsuro ...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 18 June 1916

TQ WAR VICTIMS _;_ Reckeisller Foundation Sets FOOD FOR THE POPULATION Neutral Commission to Do Organised j ?Brf-F?o<i 5p#Bt in R-H-vins Suffer er* In Poland, ?srvlo. Montenegro ! and Albania-Allin and Teutons ta Aid. The Rockefeller foundation bas an Bounced tbnt it bas appropriated fl. OUO.OOO for war relief work in Poland. Servia, Montenegro and Albania. - jjj Tlils gift is made, accordtug to. tbe onnounoement. a? ar? effort to hasten en agreement between the allies and the central powers whereby edequate provision can bo made for feeding, the millions bf noncombatants of the couti tries which it bi mtended tbnt this do navon shall nid. lu a statement which accompanies the announcement of the gift tho Rockefeller foundation tells of its ef forts to relieve the situation lu Poland. After stating that Its original -scheme, ?vhoroby it agreed to guarantee the od* ministration expenses of a neutral com-1 mission for. the. distribution of food Stuffs to tbe estent of $120.000. feil...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 18 June 1916

elis SI?OOQ TO WAR VICTIMS RoskefeiiBF Foundation Sets " , ?sl?e Huge Sunt. FOOD FOR THE POPULATION Neutral Commission to Ba Organized .nd Fund Spsnt In Relieving Suffer-, .rs In Poland, Gorvln, Montenegro ' .nd Albania-Allies and Teutona t<s| Aid. Tue Rockefeller foundation bas an nounced that lt baa appropriated $1,- j 000,000 for war relief work !n Poland. Servia, Montenegro and Albania. J Tilla gift la made, ntcordiug'to tbo announcement, aa an effort to basten sn agreement between tba aillos and .the central powers whereby adequate provision can be made for feeding the millions of noncombatants of the coun tries which it ls intended tbnt this do nation shall aid. In a statement which accompanies I . the 'announcement of the gift, the ] Bockefeller foundation ' tells of Its e f . forts to relieve iho situation lu Poland. After stating that Its-original scheme.! whereby, it agreed to guuruutee the ad* ministration expenses of a neutral com- j tokalon for the. distribution ot- ...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 18 June 1916

now ft DIFFICULT TASK 0 Infarprdfafion of Ralas. STANDARD REMAINS HIGH. Only ? Faw of th? 30,000 Mon Noodod to Brina Army Up to Pull 8trength Have Bwh Ace?ptad - R?gulations Enforced to tho Lotter by Offlcero In CharjB?? TJGlees mora rigorous enlistment measures succeed In getting tho men required under the new army bill there ls likely to be a shakeup in tho re cruiting branch ei *he ??rvice. Bomo army officers are inclined to complain ' that too many applicants for tho army lira rejected because of strict technical Interpretation of the requirements. . Responsibility for recruiting the army np to service requirement* under the new army KU rests with Adjutant General H. P. McCain. Officers of tbo army (Jeaoral staff ?re determined that the necessary improvement in recruit Mag shflU be effected,; and if Adjutant .Gcnor?l McCain cannot produce the re salto efforto will bo made to find a suc cessor who csp* , ; 'Jeueral McCain Is aware of the re > spoaaihlllUy resting on him. Ho te...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 18 June 1916

Cool and Care Free You go io your business or your vacation cool and care free when you wear one of Tribble's handsonje Summer Suits- ../ PALM BEACH AND KOOL KLOTH $5.00 to $7.50. FANCY SERGES ' AND MOHAIRS $10, $12.50 and $15. wear.. And everything ir, .Shirts. Neckwear and Summet; Uudcr. I W . TR?BBL? _\ The Up.To.Dato Clothier ' Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets ' v ?ND v \ Domestic Fireless Cooker See demonstration at our Store, Monday. ? iiuie 12,th. . \ . SEE WINDOW DISPLAY TODAY Ile Peo^esi New Furniture Cfo 'Its Easy to Pay the Peoples Way" JULY, AUGUST and the Ifirst Half of September are \?ery Trying Months pii the Cotton C^rop " A crop that is well fertilized stands dry; weather. b?tf?r than j a cfop: that is not well fertilized.-. It.i? stronger anc|> more vigorous than a poorly fertilized crop.N A well fed horse stands hardships bettert'hani'one that is not welt fed. 'And as for shedding-cotton that is side dressed does not shed any thing like cotton that is hot - side dresse...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 18 June 1916

s HEARING YESTERDAY MAGISTRATE GEIGER RULED THAT CONNEROSS MILL NOT LIABLE VIOLATION OF ACT Known as Segregation Act and Which States Cotton Textile Manufacturing i - i At a preliminary hearing held early yesterday afternoon before Magistrate Geiger, the caso ouglnut tho superintendent of the Conneroria Twlno mill was dlHmlsBod, tho charge tt?feg that ;,!(; was operotfng In vif,'..-{Inn of what Is known an the segregation act, which prohibits thc working together of employ?es of different races In tho uume room, etc '.Magistrate Gelgor, tho case . against mach ns the act stated that it applied to "cotton textile manufacturing," and tho ovldcnce ?howed that the mill in question was not engaged in thia 'kind of business, hut In making asbestos yarn, in which only 12 per cent of cotton- was used, tho Conne rosH mill bad mado no violation of thd act. Tho mattor In question was brought to tho attention of Thoa. H. Peoplos,' attorney general, early thia past woek,' Tho next day .three'sta...

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. — 19 June 1916

V. ..".V-.Xy,"'- V^!" ! '..WVK.; . .-. ?. . - --.V v;..v.,. .'>.. ? : . > , IVvX-v-i : . ". 1 !. J "^VII ^||B^^L T" .-' "Li" . > '' ''? '??/%."'$? v: tf4*%Mk % v/kt t ^$#fsSPi VOLUR1S5 L ANDERSON, S G* THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 1,1916 131 (-By Associated. Press*) / . Washington, June 18.- President Wilsoni?day j called the militia of a?? states for Mexican border border .wh?rev?y ;a?id fully a? -Gen?^wwtoii:; de termines they ai^he^ded. ?f a? tlie militia are not needed, ?frorisV^i?.;fe?v?ij?^-r: to relieve those on ni?^r^^i^ie intime. . I A v r :: '^^M^j^^B ,: *-f?? *a?t$o^ . Gepi^^ contempl?tes no ad ditional --entry* into Mexico, except as may be hec .,..;%m|,troop^ ^?^he'I^?i: inthe static '. They W??? be' nio&Itzed ?fc their-home station where the ri?ces. sary recnjKting can be done. BrigMills/cM^ vision,estimates the minimum' milita, can'be called ^wMPMI^' ( By Associateo" Press.) ^.iiu, dils iwhiv-Ftfda^ Texa?/rauche? ?wid ?OtecM a detach of tac ^ ^n9^^e^.ofS^;t^ot ...

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