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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 26 February 1914

THE ANDERSON DAILY INTELLIGENCER VOL- *' NO- 39- Weekly, Established I960, Dally, Jae, 18,1914, ANDERSON, S. C. THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRU ARY 2?, 1014. PRICE FIVE CENTS, $5.00 PER ANNUM. IS ?BC03 Assassination of American by Federals Adda Further Complication*; BRYAN SUMMARIZES Attitude of Washington \nf (hanged mid Investigations Will He Car? ried (Inf Through liv: ular Methods. (By Associate! Cress.) Laredo, Mexico, Feb. 25.-Aesur- j anees that thc men responsible for the execution of Clemente Vergara, an American citizen, hanged by Mex ican federals near Hidalgo, Mexico, will be punished have been given United Slates Consul Garrett at Nue vo Laredo by Col. Alvarez, command ing thc Nuevo Laredo garrison. Just what steps are being taken was not mode public, but it la under-j Ktood the federal officer told the con-j sui that the case would be thoroughly threshed out. Vergara leavea a widow and three children, the oldest a young man of 20. Ills friends here are greatly aroused and citi...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 26 February 1914

IMPORTANT NOTICES :: FOR SALE FOU KALK Eggs, -Eggs, Egg*-8. C. Brown Leg horn-fl .00 und %'?.i)?) rcr 15. ?. C. White Leghornn $1.00 for 10. Barred Plymouth Kook H- >i.G? fur ?5. W. E. RASOR, 80lrB, Main- Street or Hotel Chiquo la Barber Shop. 2-7-K.O.D-lm Wanted-You to know that we have lot.M of good wood on hand and will appreciate ycur order?. Piedmont Wood Co. J. H. Shearer. W. O. Ul nud. Phone 640. -WANTED Pee* of all Varilles. Pay highest Pr (rea* JNO. A. McGILL, The H pot 'ash Grocer LOST Lost-A watchman'H cloek, carried away in a buggy which lett Excel sior Oil mill about 7 o'clock Satur day afternoon. Finder will please reteji? to Excelsior Oil mill and re ceive, reward. ., ?, ? 2-24-3t To 3fjf Stonier Prit'nd*? ff you own a mare,'';Wiiy not raise your own horses? Thia you cup do much cheaper than paying $200 or more for one from a sale stable and take chances on getting a sound one. I have the beat bred stallion in the state and the fee ia reasonable. When in town call ...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 26 February 1914

TMitt THR22 Devoted to tr?eUpt>uaIclio0 of Belton and Vicinity, and as ? Medium tor Communicating News ssjntl Advertising. Budget of Net Fron . The pupils nf Hiv Melton High School will give a inlay at, tho theatre licrr??u Friday cvAlng* of* this WCck.' Tin- play will heaven in four jicts nm! will bc a treat to thc theatre-goers or our town. The children have been well" trained and thc evening's pro gram, will be presented without a hitch und. will rellcct much credit to Hie toauicrs of the high school ab welt'?S/'those on tlic program. Th? pcrfoi/nance will begin promptly ai| S o'clock. 1 Cast of 1'haracters. Philip Burleigh-Frank Sutherland] From .Vow York. Dave Weston-Eugene Johnson-'A | yo' ng fin nier. Amos' Goodwin-.Paul 1 Tolllson Owner cf SllvcrbYook'Farni. Ml jab Finu-L. ?. H?rris-A Jack-j <>r-all-tradc8. Thompson-'Miarles Cox-Scrvan't at tlu>'Hurleigh residence. Flora GoodwinT-Graee Campbell "Only a Country TJKrl.'* Mrs. Burleigh--Gertrude Cl?inent Ph flip's n...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 26 February 1914

?HE ANDERSON INTELLIGENCE! Founded 18?t ISC North Mala Street ANDERSON, 8. C. WILLIAM BANKS, * - Edltoi W. TV. 8MOAK, . Business Managei t. Entered According to Aet of Coa< grass BU Second Class Mail Matter Bi the Postofflce at Anderson, 8. C. Fabllsbed Every Morning Bxeepl Monday S?Bl>Weekly Edition OB Tastier and Friday Mornings Dally Edition-$5.00 per acaumi MM for Six Months; fl?S for Three Month?. Semi-weekly Edition - flAf pei Annum; 7.1 cents for Six Months | (A seats for Four Months. Ill ADYANCB Member of tbs Associated Press and Beech lng Complete Dally Telegraphic larvliB, A larger Clrealatloa Than Aay Oth ar Newspaper ta Tali teatree* lo sal District. The Intelligencer ls delivered by carriers In the city. It yon fall to ant your paper regularly please notify aa. Opposite your name on label af your paper ls printed date to whlob year paper ls paid. All checke and drafts should be drawn to The An Car ann Intelligencer. The Weather. Washington. Feb. 26.-The forecast f...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 26 February 1914

THE ANDERSON DAILY INTELLIGENCER VOL- *' NO- 39- Weekly, Established I960, Dally, Jae, 18,1914, ANDERSON, S. C. THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRU ARY 2?, 1014. PRICE FIVE CENTS, $5.00 PER ANNUM. . ? Str\-L-' - - We Want The Ladies... fig . J||Py As well as all the Men to Drink, and Eat Ice Cream at Our New Sanitary Lippincott ^Hp Fountain, which has just been installed. y^y? . 0 We Serve NUNNALY S ICE CREAM, and Sell PARK & TELFORD'S FINE CANDIES, also Full Line (J N * WK - OWL DRUG COMPANY ... ^g7 mS?t* Phone 636 A. GLENN EV ANS, Manager Anderson, S. C. 'mim We Can .Vii MK DO BETTER Printing FOR YOU than you can get ELSEWHERE i ? j5<)jMofi^O' SJ V If Quality Counts GET THE BEST-IT COSTS NO MORE. A B?ttt?e ??F ICE BOX AT f ' M? L ,w C?mmpaiay ' *;ELECTESCITY?> I IT soipplnes ?? fossil: Mgfiafc ian itte "Ihxdift mauaimeir. IT supplies Power if ?ir Fanas &im<&5?wibg M&dMira? Motors?, ET SiuipplI?M'Hcaft'ffoir Fiait Erom0 Gstoeif&l CooMiiag,, amid II I "ELECTRICITY" ...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 26 February 1914

Ttfiis is ? jjlcar.wv?y j i';turc, It containa ; f. - V-?Sfja?t thoucht. f.-*-/* v r . v.U. b *P ^.'.t?M ?.?Au , .^i.*.. ? Hf 6w many times-during thc day docs " y?farmind revert fjr an rostant lo your u Jt?mc? And what can you picture .yetar? wiije dicing? Working, reading-but really wait- fi ing for you to edine k?ojj: and relieve v?he: monotony cf thc long day. -Wtruliln't she v/dflMfc willi joy .-r*Vty?uJt;??* t you yoe?.:. .7 f.- ! r-'cat pleasure in it? * 'AH&M? cf th? cask: t v. V?/!?lc thtiigs in alt thc ttarid tor pcsr.cn. Y/c r-.vo made it easy ! Purchase riov^ftnd.pr.y f :r :'; i t sr v^l"'a moen.mn ged to'suit ' yocrcont-crlcncr. 'A ?tc Autppiano han thc playing c?pa tbilitics cf t?ic greif-f piamnf. Jlta ; . ' *sj music is your mrtt: \ Perfect responneto thc pHyrr's v.i::h hr?. mafle it the satisfyingcf all pl" ycr-picno* C. A. Ke?d Pi???a & Organ Established 36 Years ?Til I. ll I, ." il IMIIl,lii ii I lil ll I ll /art? -?^'?*' '"il 2L; _"M 5 J ri? "tCmiWU?t - '...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 26 February 1914

I ?.. J ii.' .-!'.> , .. ." ' .'? .. ' t^?<. ? ? J-":< ? .? ' . ; i.:,'U * i . "/v 'V'" " .'. 'S* ?? . i.; t' . . . . i '.' 'i .. <?.. . .. . . ".ti; \ M.'.?.?/:..?. . When we announced yesterday .that wa-were going to extend the,. North Anderson Gar hne, every body believed it. Sis months ago when, we spoke of building a car tine few believed, that the line would be. built. This is only one ol' th? proofs of North Anderson's sJiccess. ? 1 ? vj .?.??. ,. .ag. . ..??? ? -, - A ..g...m.. ? ..Jf-1 .ji .. i J. . h Ftnaqcia! and Commercial Nev/York Cotton New York, Feb.?R-^tbe . cotton murk ct showed a tendency to esse j ott under. ecaUering. liquidation and j selling cf Kai anS July, ctt?ibute? ?oj one of the lending spot interests. Private c?bl?s reported a auletl market in liverpool, hst pri?es there were lower than due on' the New York close of last, night and, after opening steady at a decline cf 3 ta 4 point <st active, old crop posit rana sold about ? to 6 points ne...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 26 February 1914

THe CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK ...Yesterday Entered upon Its Era of Greater Prosperity... No Bank in the county had a better record for 1913 than The Citizens National Bank. No Bank in the county has a more promising future, and No Bank anywhere stands more ready or more able to serve you. J. H. ANDERSON, J. F. SHUMATE, J. R. SHELOR, J. R. MOSELY, L. H. THOMPSON, President. Cashier. Asst. Cashier Asst. Cashier. Bookkeeper. CHARLESTON & WESTERN CAROLINA RY. The Augusta Short Line Arrives: Departs: No. 5.-11:40 a. m. No. 22-6:00 a. m. No. 21- 3:45 p.m. No. 6-3:35 p. m. Information, Schedules, etc, cheerfully furinshed E .WILLIAMS, T. B. CURTIS, General Pass Agt. Commercial Agt. Augusta, Qa Anderson, S. C. Labor Savers Whether yon employ a servant or not, laborsaving de vice* in the home will pty. Household affairs run more smoothly-more work can be done. Situations tn such houses are more sought after and more persistently held on to. Labor Saying, Time saving, Comfort saving devices ...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 27 February 1914

PART ONE 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. VERSARA HUNG B? FEDERALS INDUCED TO CROSS RIVER, SEIZED AND PUT TO DEATH. GARRETT REPORTS Attitude of Federals Unfriendly ?nd Body Has Not Been Recovered. (By Associated Press.) Laredo. Tex.. Feb. 26.-Clemente Vergara, American citizen, was as-i saultcd by Mexican federal soldiers on the Melxcan Ride of the Rio Grande 1 and was imprisoned at Hidalgo Feb. i 13. Two days later he was hanged from a tree three miles from that city and the body left uncared for until two days ago, when lt was secretly remove). This, it ls Stated, was es tablished to the satisfaction of United States Consul Garrett and S. J. Hill,! brother-in-law of Vergers, who went tr. .Hlrtnlgo today to investigate the death of the Texas ranchman. They, returned to Nuevo Laredo late tonight: j The fact of Vergara'a seizure, his presence In the Hidalgo Jail, his ap- j p...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 27 February 1914

ASK one of our satis fied cus tomers and learn of our .I ? I ? il ..' ./deputation for .taking care of ..' Our Depositors. '".We feel confident that you will then become a customer ,of -THE -8ANK OF ANDERSON ANDERSON, S. C. The Strongest Hank In Tin? County You will be doing yourself ?good turn'Hy installing a GAS RANGE. We * sell them under the strongest guarantee. -Easy terms-$2 down and $2 per month. Anderson Gas Co. Mariiels ~\v?~~have a large assortment from which .io choose. - Let ns show you and inlp you plan' .your Are-place for> fn?ra and comfort. Rr .rn co. leckley Building ,'S. C. --$S' ? tiri) Dollars Reward ?g**** '-i .-. F<jrrtV? ****** w $jmtm% .' feom ca* snell. T t,iaii^.?^Qna da vrho ?aratV Book gtore. IMPORTANT :: NOTICES :: FORSALE < For Hair--Wood's Famous: Brimmer I tomato BOCO Hlld U . on,|,!. t '. a ..: i ment of seasonable garden 'seed. We appreciate wall orders. FUHMAN SMITH. The Seedsman 2-26-31 J. Phone ,464. Wanted You to know that we have] ? lo...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 27 February 1914

PAGE -.-? ? ?- ? -^^Mil Devoted to theUpbuildinfl of Belton and Vicinity, and ajk a Medium for Communicating New? and Advertising^ szuaget of News From Busy B??Um Mrs. J. T. Woit.' one of Belton's j mort popular ladies, spent yesterday In the city of Andornen. A. S. Pant ahd J. ^jjde Oreen-have just returned' from a' business trip to Clayborn, (Ja. ??orn to Mr. and Mrs. Will c. ClinkBcales in Belton, Feb. 23rd. a eon. Mrs. It. J. ?arahreU entetralned the Helton ti. F. G. Club, and quite a number of ladles' were present and spent a most pleasant afternooa. Amone tlte honored guWsis mat Ws mentioned Mrs. li. M. Ramsey, wife ol' thc president of Greenville Female Collete. Tho passenger truin from Columbia, came into Belton yesterday two hours lute on account of the heavy downfall of snow. C. Dakiel, Spanenburg; U Lntt, Bat tluiffre; C. G. Jones. South Carolina; E. Ii. Gillian, Charlotte; Walter Wost,] Greenville; T. C. Hefmlck, North Car olina; L. lt. Matche?], Leesville; W. H. Greenwo...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 27 February 1914

THE ANDERSON INTELLIGENCER founded tttl 1M North Main Strati ANDERSON, 8. C WILLIAM BANKS, - - FdJtor W. W. SMOAK, . Bmineai Manager Intered According to let of Cos .?.te aa Second Clang Mail Matter at &. Postofflce at Anderson, 8. C. fabUshed Every Morning i Bxeepi | Monday mml. Weekly Edition on Tue? day nag | Friday Morning! Dally Edition-? 5.00 per annunu I ?SM for Six Months- 9L26 (or Three Mentha, Semi.Weekly Edition - ILM per Annora; 75 cents for Six Months| fid j cents fer Four Month*. 15 ADVANCE Member of the Associated Press and j Deceiving Complete Dally Telegraphic Ber vice, A Urger Glrenlatlon Than Any Otb* j .r newspaper In This Congressional District The Intelligencer la delivered by carriers In the city. If yon tall to (st your paper regularly please notify tJC. Opposite your name on label af roar paper la printed date to which paar paper ls paid. All checks and traft? should be arawa to Th? An* Intelligencer. The Weather. Washington, Feb. 26.-The weather for Sou...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 27 February 1914

I Extra s?srl D Plpichm?n ? Rrnc Extraer We will sell R?gularise, ' ' JJr# ? 1V 1 ^5 II ? II UlVO'^" We will sell Good Quality -sss Feather Ticking Checked Homespun IO Var* fer,, J^|/l ?Pl- ? IO Yards for ? 99 Cents i ^1 4f*?l f A ?1C* tf* 'i^f?i *P? 37 Cent* I T^oi-i Jtfm&r"VF > wgur - " - ? Closer,M?.M?d?i^lit SATO?DAY^FEB'Y ?Sili T . . i ?;i brui?, %HP -of?4 ijnVu-*u!yr ?? #3 ." ' ' ' ',f';* Vj Men'? 25c Lisle Web Suspeotlers 12c $1.00,AU leather . HAND BAGS 69c 5c Card Ocean Pearl Buttons . lc 144 White Agate Buttons 3c -a Children's 10e Supporters - 5c jj LAiST CALX. OIS CLEARANCE SALE OF Clearance Price? ? m wie8- ?od GOOD CLOTHING 0\"ST | S ' mV* 4 Children's Black and White Fav ? ^ flaR<ggei1 * yo? t? < pof Mcn,g ?nd ^? iVniMen's arid Stockings, 25 c and 35c | rn ' 9 = ?ono Childi WKli' ?? $*t.8? Young Men's Suits $ g | ,48 Young. Men's" quality. Sale Price, pair I4& S s $2.00 Childrens fcMte QO? worth up to $7 50 and $8.00. Tailored Suits in all colors --,-...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 27 February 1914

VERGARA HUNG BY FEDERALS (Continued Prout Pago 1) a formal Invitation. Villa nt olino recognized Henton us un old enemy, dating back to times prior to the In surrection, and, slipping behind Iii? visitor, barred thc door. Denton, they nhy. did not reach for lils hip pocket, or make any menacing motion, und neither ?lld he use abusive language or give utterance lu threats, hut be gun lo complain strongly about re peated robberies on bia ranch and wanted to know when he would tx? allowed to return to it without fur ther molestation. Then, according to thlH version. Villa, pretending to walk to the door, blipped behind Henton and felt lils hip pocket. In which he found a revolver. Holding Henton, ho immediately call ed in his guards and placed him under arrest, charging him with attempted murder. Henton was then locked in nuntin r room, and later he naked for n personal interview. In thia talk lt in sahl Villa claims that Hunton con fessed to him frankly that he had la tended to do him...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 27 February 1914

No "Ifs" Nor "Ands" Abouti The Store 'On the Gomerl Being the best store to buy Housefurnishings. Over 5,000 different, separate and distinct ar ticles to select f rom. HOW IS^i6>::O?-yARIETy? . Variety, Variety-Something new all the time something doing all the time. . A Particular Store .For Particular People EVERY FAMILY IN ANDERSON sheuld en _ joy trading in this particular store. Hie store that considers quality first, last and all the time. Kindly stop in when you are down town. SPECIALS FOR SATURPAY, FEBR^Y 2e, ."; . -M-*"' *<;- ' " . 'wJt^a k Strawberry Pitchers. 10c each Yellow Mottled Mixing Bowls.10c each Only two to a customer. "On The Corner" High grade cooking utensils and quality household goods of every description. I I BLECKLEY BUILDING ANDERSON, s|?. i rJ / ?f ? ^^tliL HOME OF YOU? r> y//0wl^ 'S A HOM C IN Pfc ED R- ^ Seejwig is ?elieving ' -Tlwtt*f^ Genii. jljjjjl. I !S m : ; / ? .'. ? rt '?' When we announced yetler^ (not wi were going to extend titi* No...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 27 February 1914

NOW THAT THE SNOW IS OVER ami wc won'i have any mon- bad weather this winter, possibly, let's turn r head to spring footweur. CHILDREN SLIPPERS-Ute larg. ;) and best line ever shown here came In yesterday. Tho fhn ones for chil dren that give ih<* feet plenty breath ing room. Sun ly you could not find a helter select lfm than we show. . < OMK UV" :? 11\ tul r\ I - f ?. .ul1 Uefa??JLs? ?I .'<?..ut lu J SHOE mm-1. Under Masonic Tc ra p?e" ^ SHOES THAT SATISFY At the First Sign of decay about your teeth lt lu your duty to'come to us arid have an ex amination. We advlre, you as to the correct core of your teeth and do all kinda of first-class Dental work. We (..Wim- , , i take infinite pains with every patron M ... . 1 and give general satisfaction with our work iftridwir price. And you can . i save money here while getting Ute best work donn. DR. H. R. WELLS & COMPANY ELECTRIC DENTAL PARLORS Over Farners k Merchants' Rank, Anderson, H.VI* Vol Attendant You Must Feel Let Do...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 28 February 1914

. ;. _ -?- , VOL. 1. NO. 40. ireeklj, EsUt?shec 18Wt Dallj, Jam. lt, mi. ANDERSON, S. C. SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 28, 1914, PRICE FIVE CENTS. $5.00 PER ANNUM. DEMAND W UPON PR] FOR INFORMATION REGARD ING MURDER OF VERGARA BY FEDERALS. CABINET MEETING Considers thc Matter of Serious | Import and Quite Different From Benton Case. ( Ity Associated Press.) "Washington, JW" 27.-Two hours of discussion of thc Mexican situation lu ail its pifases by President Wilson and his cabinet today developed a unanimity of opinion that the time bad not yet arrived for any change in the policy of the Washington government, the factn surrounding the execution Though still reserving judgment on of \Villi;.i!! S. Benton, the British sub* ioct. the president and his cabinet, lt was learned authoritatively, were inclined to regard as of serious mo ment the hanging by Mexican federals of Clemente Vergara, an American citizen. Immediately after the cabinet meet ing Secretary Bryan cabled Charge O'Shaughnes...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 28 February 1914

[MISSING ?llS , HERE MQfiOAY NIGHT [Joe Taylor Was in Anderson at That Time. 'ALKEp TO FRIENDS i-- / J. B. Pelles'HS)H That Ile Nun Joe Taylor Monday terning for Al most aa Hour* Of inlcrest iii connection willi the ^disappearance of Joe Taylor, the well I ?nowa "planter of tliiH county who has not been seen since Mouilay. is .the statement 'made hy J. Ii. Felton yesterday following lils return from Richmond. .Va. Mr. > Fol lon says thu? I ';Oe ssw and tnlked to the mm for ul-1 most an hour lute-Monday evening. . 'mCr. Felton was preparing to go lol Richmond to attend the educational [ meeting and liud cady gone to the Bille Ridge statloi. hosrd the train. ?He says thut while he was there Tuy ? tor came up with his bicycle and in , talking to him Taylor stated that be .bad finished his business in Anderson und was theo on the point of alan ine for home, riding thu bicycle lo' ?tr. Watson's plantation whore lo bed left DIH team. Mr. Felton says that he heard Mr. Taylor make un men...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 28 February 1914

? T -. .Ri! 'J , i fi , II,, ? , , _ DEVOTEl> Jg THE UPBUILDING -f^-BELTON AMMNOj^ ASA MEDIUM FC? COMMUNICATE 7 ? . .' NEWS ..Airo^ADVERTISING. . - '* ? ~ E fa.... -w o INTERESTING BUD o "* AND NOTES ?OOOOOOOOOOOOC Claude A. Grave relton. Fob. 27.-On account of the fir's} week to March being a week, or grayer, the Belton Civic league has l.osiicucd their regular mortihiy: meeting front March 2nd to March thc? nih. Mein ber;: will bear In mind thc rliuiii;,. tn time of meeting, which, IK one week later. (Mri. Elizabeth Parr of Anderson,! la la town visiting-triohds. H. W. Wy los, broker, of Monea I Path, wa?, a pleasant visitor t?.Bel ton yesterday. . . , n '. lt. V. Wright, a prosperous farmer'] of tile Bethel sei iion,' was among the huslr.64ff visitors in thc city of Bel-"'| ton yesterday. The following gentlemen stopped | nt 1 Hotel Geer vesterday: E. H. Blake, Greenwood1. J. H. Mitchell,| Atlanta; C. I. Harris, Philadelphia; M. B. Montgomery, Columbia; Ray SimirionH, North Ca...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 28 February 1914

THE ANDERSON INTELLIGENCER Founded 18? IM North Maia Htreet ANDKKSON, 8. 0. WILLIAM BANKS, - - Editor W. W. HMO AK, . Butin?e* Manager Entered According te Act of COB? fin*? an Second Class Mall Matter at | the Post?nico at Anderson* H. C. raii.'ihed Eyer?' Moralig l??ep?j Monday Band.Weekly Editen on Taeftday aa? ? Friday Mer nings ^ , Bally Edition-$WJW> per a a agent t&?O for Hlx Months ? fljSfi tor Three Months. ?.?I- Weekly Edition - tl Ad per Annus* i 76 cents for Six Montkfi M ?.nts for Four Months. Ul ADVANCE Menkar of the Associated Press and | Receiving Complete Hally Telegraphic Her rice, .. A larger Clrenlatlon Than Any Otk* | ar Newspaper fa This Congressional District Th? Intelligencer la delivered by ?arrlers in the city. If yon fall to gat your paper regularly please notify aa. Opposite your name on label af year paper Is printed date to which paar paper ls paid. AU chocks and drafts should be drawn to Tbs An. Intelligence*. The Weather. Washington,' Feb. 27.-...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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