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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 28 February 1914

WESTON'S BILL _i . li NEEDED ?p . IN HIS ABSENCE ttt?httEW? ATE SUSTAINEDir^S^. ERNOR'S V&toftr^ IS DOING l^&k)lN^ Legislature Marking Time Wait ing on the Appropriation Bill in Conference. .v ie; Special to The Intelligencer. . C olumbia, Feb. 27.-Following 1 ita well . established custopj of .. doing nothing, the senate spent a - quiet morning, as far as results are con cerned, except that by one rote lt sus tained the governor's veto of the Richland county bill, providing j for medical inspection of school children in that county. The senate also sus tained the governor's veto of the bill providing for compulsory school at tendance in Richland county. Both bills were introduced by. San? ?tor Weston of j Richland, who re signed from the. senate on Thursday to accept the district attorneyshlp ot South Carolina. \ Weston's vote'would have sa ved the medical Inspection bill. "Before I would, algo such a bill I would resign and go off into, eternal oblivion," declared Gov. Ble...

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. — 28 February 1914

A PLE IT WILL HELP YOU IN SECUR CONFIDENT, BE ENERGET ! VERING AND SUCCESS WU EFFOl THE LIVE WIRE IS TH WIRE, BK ON! H'H tho love of tho Rtime, thc laurels of the winner, that make? any ath letic game popular; it*? the love of the light, the satisfaction of knowing that you have succeeded that makes life worth living; and no In comp?tition like this, it is the fun of working, the Interest of rivalry thal makes the prises worth more than their mero ? as:i value. > The live wire ls the only effective! wire. Be one yourself. Be full of energy churged to the limit of power. It will carry you far and will at once communicate a spark of enthusiasm to the porson you arc trying to Inter-' cst In the Intelligencer In your behalf. You cannot give what you do not por KPRS nioi it-less" you feel CQnJtdenoe, ellery- .oil .v.thuKlasm' yo*tt -cannot urou?o iiucrest among your friends. Do not let your spilt flag. You know the prizes are worth a whole lot of. ef fort. Every single candidate . mee...

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. — 28 February 1914

IN CONNECTION VflTH BLUE UIULtS mi&wAjr. Schedul Effective 4an. 18,1>H N.,a; the tallowing achedultffignres., are published oui jr as Information and are pot guaranteed. . . j Arrival and departure oJt, tonina frouvJ Anderson, 8. C. '?^u*u& No. Asrblt?/Fnm Time 20 Greenville ana BeWpnJ?? 8?ao a. m., 22 Greenville an* i^mMlSf % *u\ 15 Charleston, Columbia and Belton, through Bleeper to Belton. ... ..11:60a.m. 12 Atlanta, Walhalla and Seneca..,..jfTfrM a.:.m. 25 Greenville and BeltOo .. 1:25 p. m. 10 Atlanta. Walhalla, and ? . Seneca.4:82 p. m. J Seneca.6;6? p. nt 1? Charleston, Columbia and Belton. Through coach from Columbia to Wal halla .6:03 p. m. Leaving For 20 Belton, Greenville .. ,.7;40 a. m. 22 Belton and Greenville. .9:20 a. m. 24 Belton and, Greenville ..2:25 p. m. IO Belton Charleston, Greenville und Columbia 4:52 pan. 12 Belton, Columbia,'Char- ~ leaton and Greenville ..8:31 a. ut 9 Seneca. Walhalla, and Al- . lantn. . ..il:Ma.i 11 Seneca, Walhalla through coac...

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. — 28 February 1914

SOUTHER FENCEFOF Al Horse-high- Bull-Strong wise-Rust Proof. Southern Fence IHIIIIH its own ngaliiti normal sha fie ?is soon as pressure is JOINTS. Also retain? its shape in al allow it to expand when hot ana cont grade? of lough, springy open hearth lorin galvanised coaling lu which thc used. Southern Fence is Life-Ti on the Job ell the while. Von can get We have more than four car? of Fe houses, ?til bought prior to advance i Wo can make you prices that will s Sullivan Ha ANDERSON, S. C. CHARLESTON^ WES The Augusta Arrives: No. 5.-11:40 a. m. No. 21- 3:45 p. m. Information, Schedules, E .WILLIAMS, General Pass Agt. Augusta, Ga WEAR A SMILE! - Buy an Lo Co Smith: &. Bros. S5S TYPEWRITER.^ and you can wear a smile al) the time as they enable you to tum out the neatest and best class of work. Let Us show you our . latest Model No. 5 and you will be convinced. We sell all other makes of re-built and second hand machines a l s ? repair ail other make machines, and our work is done ...

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. — 1 March 1914

VOL. t. NO 41. ftttUj, EaUbilBbed l&tts DtJlj, lum. 18, 1914. meer ANDERSON, S. C. SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 1, 1914. PRICE FIVE CENTS. $5.00 PER ANNUM. Villa Lied to Unitec inC EVIDENCE IS THAT SCOTCHMAN WENT UN ARMED INTO OFFICE OF REBEL BRIG AND AND WAS ASSASSINATED IN RUTHLESS MANNER. The Dead Man Is Said To Have Been Shot With Pistol, and Wounds in His Stomach Ended His Life-England Is Trusting the United States to Handle the Case. (Dy Associated Press.) Washington, Feb. 28.-William 3. Benton, the British subject slain at Juarez, was unarmed and was shot to death in Villa's office?! pistol bullets through the stomach e>.Jing his life, according to con clusive information which has reached Washington officials. White no statement to this effect forthconr?ng today, slackening of offi cial interest in the proposed post mortem of Benton's body was eviJ dent, the belief being that the examination would be useful only in that it might serve to supplement the evidence of timid witn...

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. — 1 March 1914

One Http Vari f. Among thc dancing parties of the week waa one wlilch Mr. and Mrs. Al bert Sidney Farmer gave Monday even ing at their home on West Wbltner street. The aiiacious rooms of the Farmers' home furnished generous space for the one step and hesitation. Late in the evening a delightful buf fet supper was served. Those tojoy-] lng,this dance were Mr. and Mrs. christie Decamp, Mr. and Mrs. Har rington Godfrey. Mr. and Mrs. Mond j Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Charles | Causey, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Ross. Mr. and Mrs. Rhett Parker, Mr. and Mrs. I Harry Orr, Mrs. Alice Sykes and Misses Linda Thompson, Vina Patrick and Lucirle Dray of Virginia, U. F. Parks, J. 8. Fowler. Ralph Humer and Mr. Keiser. Dixie Chapter, I . ?. C. .The last regular meeting of the' Dixie Chapter, V. D. c., Was held with Mrs. Carrie McC. Patrick. The most important business was the election of officers. When Mrs. Pat rick; was appointed division historian a low months ago she reslgend Cm presidency, but for various...

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. — 1 March 1914

i BELTON PA fl F DEV0TED IO THE UDLDING <?F BEUTON AND yiClNIlX. AND-AS A MEDIUM FOR COMMUNICATING I i_ ? ? * . . :_ NEWS AND ADVERTISING. .,^m, * at * st. u. ^-n_. ! 1 Tl U. :!!.!'" I 1 -o'-r-M--i' i>--- - * INTERESTING BUI * ?ND N0?ES Fl * CLAUDE A, GRA^ ff. ff. ff. if, if, if, ff, ff, ff. hf, ff. "lMHTJMBS TIlt?AT-RK" Belton Pconle Will Have a Regalar Kelton, Feb. '28.-The Belton The'a: ter butter known*, aa * the . "Pastime Theater", beginning Monday ' evening, March 2, will be 'open every night in tho week (except on Sunday event Inga;) H. O. Campbell, the efficient bookkeeper of the Hank of Belton, wll| conduct a motion-picture amusement for the benefit of? those who wish to ?pend their evenings very pleasantly. Ho has a' flrc-prodf booth for ?he ma chino, which makes it absolutely safe. Tho macaiue la one of the beBt ;on thc market and plctt?res- are ""the very latest. An electric piano will be used and everything that goes to mako tbe motion picture bufcioas a success,...

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. — 1 March 1914

ISER Founded 18? IM Harth Mata (Kraal ANDERSON, 8. O. WILLIAM BANKS, - ? Editor W. W. 8M0AK, - Business Mamater ?.Intered According to Act af Con fraai aa Second Class Mall Matter at tte Festonee at Anderson, S. C rsUlihed Every Morales Ixeept Monday ?etti? Weekly Edition OB Taeeday aaa Friday Moratage . Dally Edition-?5.00 per uiui MM tor Six Month?t $1?> for Three ?eatha. Semi-weekly Edition - ILM per AHOBI 75 eenta for Six Moathet 60 eeats fer Four Months. IN AI) YAN Cl Metnher of the Associated Prese ead Heeelvlag Complete Dally Telegraphic Service. A larger Circulation Than Any Otk sr ri ew soaper la Thia Coatreesleaal District, The Intelligencer to dellrered by earrlers in the etty. If yon fail to get your paper regularly please notify iga. Opposite your n?me on label et your paper to printed date to which mar paper ta paid. AH checks and drafts should be drawn to The An Intelligencer. ' The street loafer hun thawed out | again. Dar".e differently and you dance inj style. A...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 1 March 1914

It. W. McLees ot Roub? S was among the business visitors to the pity yesterday,. V Willett P. Sloan" fiar returned from Hal timor*, where he has been spend ing several days. ., .;. X \ Mrs. L. P. McKinney sud Misa Louise McKinley of "-Snow Hill were shopping In tluvclty jrepterday. \ H. J. W. DUniftp Ai^axlp^te;wda among t :e business watton L& ?ie'aMy yesterdar. fc* IJ-l i 5 al ! i ? fc> . Wade Rankta-4?t?ltfiK?nta^ waa a b sines? f?mliiW??*f-; terday. '7"? j^CTafe;?S '"r"SJtt . W. S. Ftidge<?|{I^?M|^U,)?W in the c ty ye8te*aey~*c>r-a tow .hour* C. K. 1 bright of Oarsmen wssai?MnJK tlie visit >rs to^epend-yeeterday &;A?V dorson. f? ^ T. L. Hanna of/PeodWon spent a few bou rs in tbe^&ttfTestqpt?ay. /*.$ Minn ( arrie DarbyW SapdYfeprinip was shopping In the fcuy* yop?ferday. ? Misa ; fary Farmer! and Miss Addie' Smith o Oreen Pond'-were visitors In the city.yesterday. R. Button Hicks of Honea Path waa In the cjty yesterday for a f?w hours. Borea: Cromer: of Zi...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 1 March 1914

Your Last Opportunity To Consult the Eminent SPECIALIST Dr. J. E. LITTLEFIELD You do not know whether you need glasses or not unless youl* eyes are thoroughly examined. No drops used in his work. WALTER H. Wt \ S COMPANY j t Remember Saturday is your last jjjfe;:; jj Two Horse Farm ...To Rent... See EUGENE ANDERSON at Bank Office, over Walter Key's Store. SAYRE A BAL?5T7?H ARCHITECTS * Bleokley Bids. Anderson. S. C. . f - . * CitUens. National Benfe Bid*. * * Raleigh, N. C. . CABBY A FAST. * ARCHITECTS. * Anderson. 8. C. * Brown Offlco Building. _ Second Floor. Phone 269. Eagle Barber Shop BELLEVUE HOTEL BUILDING Fresh laundered towels, hlerh grade Cobles and experienced barbers. Our motto ls to please our customers, gell ana see us. C. E. Howell y Manager.! j?very D?ty la?O t? 3:00 P. Mal SPECIAL DINNER.* md ut your order. VII send it out to you Everything Glean and Neat. BEE UFE e grindl*?iisVsi meal i mn$ kisd of grains, ?lalks, cote, ?6^ shu?ke, Hy and fodder. Work done while yo...

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. — 1 March 1914

with less fear of burnffijftnan in any other kind, because aluminum is a better distributor of heat and retains it longer. This means a saving in fad. And it meas? a saving -in weai>a?ta?a* expense, too. .Wear-Evwr*' utensils are light to handle and easy to clean. They cannot form poisonous compounds with fruit acids or foods. hi?\ ' "Wear-Ever" utensils are made from thick, hard sheet aluminum, 99% pure, without joint, seam or solder. You can let food burn dry without injuring them. Cannot rust-cannot chip or scale-are practically m&sstructible.^ Replace utensils that wear out with Utensilsthal " Wca^Evcir" A E Wh?tnerSt. ; Anderson, S. C. IBuy it because it's a . jj j BETTER (?AR S .' . Not because it's J : ll . CHEAPER J I ARCHIE L. TODD ' jj Local Dealer | : New Vehicles of .every description keep coming un eve?y day. Robe* is Ute finest ^er. ^W. ?m have some Extra ' Gooff 5 Miil??' Md Horses-on hand, come an4 s^e theta, J. ANDERSON, : SOUTH CAROL?I?A WV HHS Hi , "SM OE R...

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. — 1 March 1914

Everything la In rondines?? to. begin Mr. Hatclltn'B now homo on Anderson Avenue find thing Monday . nulling. ^ Thia ls the 14th new home ror^oi?*****1 - Anderson. m*. * ? . . J \*? ??. b|.|h.h ?.^ ??>.~?rarag?aW" THE UTILITY WILL BE MADE PAIN . FULLY CbEAR TO SOME OF us m ; THE WIND UP ' THE ROOMS FORMERLY QC CUPIED BY. THE CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK OFFER SUCCESS TO SOMEONE ANDERSON REAL ESTATE a INVESTMENT CO. THOS. F. CARTWRIGHT Manager Renting Department While They Last ! $10 Value, (1) One Piece :: Serge Dresses o Every express beging ?. ... the very latest in... Spring Millinery ? MRS. J. C. HOLLEMAN OdeJ^wrc : : ANDERSON? S. C, ? i, ?. i i ,. i u. -nt'ir ?? Y. H- -Y- H- H- V- ? H- H- * H- >h H * * ELECTRIC CIT .Y- _ .Y- Items of Interest and Persor * * Wireless on the S Y- H' -Y- -Y- Y- H- # * H> H> H> H- H ?ox Purly At Welcome School. An. ovont o? Wednesday night to be attended by a number of Anderson people is the box party at Welcome school house next Wednesday...

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. — 3 March 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. GETTING ID BECOMES TIRED OF WAY MEXICANS DELAY AND DODGE. DISPLAYS PATIENCE It b Now Up to the English Gov ernment to Say What Rep? aration Sha Wishes. Washington, Mureil 2.-President Wilson Monday revealed to those who I discussed Mexican affairs with . him that he fully realized the gravity of the situation resulting from the kill ing of William S. Benton, a British subject; che reported murder;of Gus tav Bauch and Clemente Vergarn, American citizens, and Gen. Carran-1 ta's deniul of the right of the United f Staten to look after the interests ofi torelgne-s generally ia Mexico. . | The president spoke deploringly of, armed ' intervention, but at the annie. t'mo pointedly referred to the sise and | power of a country like the United t Stale i us being sufficient warrant for a calm and patient course while com pliance with the Amer...

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. — 3 March 1914

IMPORTANT f :: NOTICES :: FOR SALE FOR SALK-Nearly forty year* willi Barred Plymouth Huetts best of chickens. Eighteen Kanals 1.75. Ringlets $l.r>o fur ir? eggs in patent baskets.--J. <\ Strihiing. Pendleton, 8. c. :I-:?-H- ?t p. FOU SALE-Milch cow -fresh.- lt. Y. H. Nance. 62?i Uiver Street. Kp FOR NAM: Eggs, Eg**, Eggr-S. C. Drown Leg horn fl.00 and $2.00 per IB. 8. C.. White Leghorns $1.00 for 15. Barred Plymouth Hocks $1.01) for IB. W. E. RA SOR, 801 8. Main Street or Hodel Chlquo la Barber Shop. 2-7-E.O.D-lm FOUND Found At post office, one bunch keys. Ownor? con get same by calling at Intelligencer office and paying for this ad. -WANTED Pena of all Verities. Pur highest Prices. JNO. A. MCGILL, The Spot Cash Grocer FOR SALE FOB SALE-House and lot where I now Uve and vacant' lot adjoining on east. Honse has eight rooms and kitchen,, butler's pantry, bath room, electric lights and sewerage. Price right, terms fight. L. E. Norryce. FOR SALE-Farm, 105 acres, beauti fully locat...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 3 March 1914

BELTON PAGE^^^^^^^ NEWS AND ADVERTISING. * INTERESTING BUE * .AND NOTES ff * , , >. j_ * CLAUDE A. GRA< o ?Y? ?y? ?Y? *y# ?y>- ?j? Belton, March L'.--Misses Felicia Murray, Ciracc Spencer and Luci? Chiles three of Anderson's unod: charming and accomplished yyunp ladies spent Sunday , in Helton as {tie guest of Mrs. W. H. Trannnell.. Mr. Max Rice spent Sunday in An derson with his friend Mir. George Cor., .... At?. Arthur Cromer of near Houea Patti, vas in our city yesterday, the Kucst of her sister, Miss Mae Bagwell. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Tate, of Alberton, Uu.j were am mg those who spent Sat urday und Sunday in Belton. While hete they were guests of their daugh ter, Mrs. J. A. Horton. Mrs! A. M. Reed, of Anderson, was in Bo" ton Sunday. Miss A. T. Stephana, of Philadelphia.; was among those in the city of Belton Sunday, stopping at Hotel Geer. The following traveling men were jegestered at Hotel Geer yesterday: U. ).:. Ridgcll. .Jacksonville: tl D.'Witt, Greenville; J. ?anner...

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. — 3 March 1914

M ANDERSON'l?ELLIGENSER IM North Maia Street ANDERSON, 8. C. WILLIAM BANKS, . - Editor W. W. SM OAK, - Business Manager *, Entered According to Act of COB* frats aa Second Class Hall Matter at Ice Pestofflce at Ande-sos? S* ?* Fabllifaed Every Momias Bzetfi Monday StssL Weekly Edition OB Taessay aa? FrMav Mornln?? Dally Edition-SUN per annan; fl&fiO for Six Months) I1& for Three stealths. Semi. Weekly Edition - ILM per ABBS ai ; 75 cents for Six Mo? tai j M sta for FOOT Months. Hf ADVANCB t Member of the Assoclsted Preis and ! Deceit lng Complete Daily Telegraphic .arrice. A larger Circulation Thaa Any Oth er Newspaper Ia This Ce agr?as leaal District. fha Intelligencer la deltrered by ? earrlers ia the city. If yon fall to i gat poor paper regularly please notify Iii. Opposite your name on label .?your paper ls printed date to which ?Wir paper la paid. All checks and i?rafts should be drawn to The An Intelligencer. - The Weather. Washington; March 2.-Forecast: \ Bou th Caro...

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. — 3 March 1914

CIMES IN LIKE ll LION IN ANDERSON h March Made Royal and Blustery d : to Debut Here. - I DAMAGE BY WIND Burst'ng of Water Tanks Yester day Morning Inflicted Injuri?s in Three Cases. .o. h ,. li .- .;'?< ? -.>:,' 5 ? . . '. "WJI'f-.l . .i ?,.'-? Tbat '?March certainly did come in like a Hun !J an lndisputcd fact, but ns,to whether or not lt will go, out 11)0*.i lamb yet remains to he seqn. Sunday and Monday were two of the wor?r*days ever experienced here, and mu-li suffering was occasioned by the coll. Thc high wind did a great deal of ida mage, a number of glass win dots being wrecked in various parts of the city. The worst trouble caused by thc exl -finely cold weather was i Ute bunting of water tanks at v.r iou s hones in the city when the stoves we e fired up yesterday. This hap pe: ed in several homes of the city? but ?n nilv two cases was any serious ia II Alone. At the home of O. Qels <he : 'on South Main street the wpter tai i hurst at au. early hour yesterday mt nl...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 3 March 1914

iii USINESS Every Body R E A D The D A I L Y ? ? In ?i are the kind of ads that Get the business Don't stay in the. ?ame '?OLQ RUT," increase! your sales and create .al demand for your mer chandise by Advertising m -The Daily Intelligencer . '?iie "Newsy" morning .{paper that is read hy the majority of people in Anderson county, ariel by others in diff?rent parts of the country. Our large circulation guarantees 'RESULTS/ Every Home inj The City is receiving a copy of our paper every morning. "FREE GRATIS" FOR ~2 WfcfcK?. igencer aOUTHBBff RAILWAY. ,. moiler Carrier ot the South. IN CONNECTION WH BL?TE BISO* ! .BALLWAY*, i .. Bebcdul Effccth? Jan. 18, ltl?,.,,, M. B. the following scheaute ngurea are published- ooljr aa information and are not guaranteed. Arrival and departure ot traine from t Anderson. S. C. ,No". Arriving Prom ir"*** 20 Greenville and Belton.. 8:&D iii ia. 22 Greenville and Belton..11:50 a. m. 15 Charleston, Columbia and <J Belton, through sleeper to Belton ...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 3 March 1914

THE TERRIBLE CUSE OF MIKE MULLIKAN. Down ?bout old Bonton town, in the midst of Back Bay, Mike Mullikan had hie being, and also /an a dray. But the Fates one day got after Mike, they would not let him be, and so ene fine morning he had tile pluerlsy. Then followed coughs, sore throat and colds, and finally grippe and boils, and sunburn inflammation then- they got him ia their coils. Mike also got some bruises, corns bunions, burn? attd sprains, be had rheumatic symptoms . and lumbago gave him pains. Neuralgia, toothache, felons crowded fast upon his ills-, tonsilitis ?nd pneunioniu then knocked him of? his gills. The doctor - said bronchitis, ton, uo"!?J come most any day, and it tookeVJ like Mike might haye a job of riding his own dray. ' But ^J?st as death .' began to dunce and mourners .all[looked grim, a kindly good old'1, neighbor ?afd:f*Try <Jowan* stuff on him.". And so they took beloved Mike and rubbed Wm hard all day and Mike; sings Gowans praises now, and Mike still dri...

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. — 3 March 1914

S - H - O - E - S, -The Better Kind Well, it all dopend? on whut the name i ir lt's OEISBERO on u nlioe, it means UK much an "Stirling" dot'H on silver. It means tin* lieut. IT MEANS SUPERIOR materials, high clans HIIO?- making. One fl nihill, correct shape, mnurt styles-lt means the best Lhere in in footwear. When you read al.out ail this why don't you come groud and seo ir it ls HOI really tru<\ Under Masonic Temple SHOES THAT SATISFY BssMssMBsMa^ ^^TT HO M E OF V?ITRII^^^^^ fr*H IS Aj-t_OMC > NOE np ^^^^^t^ 1st of Mureil sees be? J&> j ?RM gining of another new ' s&L 1 home in .North Ander? j _ ?? i : ?f> {egg, ^ , .' "... - ?. ..... . \. ,. ,'. .N Everything is In rwutjnes-i tc begin ?Mr. Hutchings new home on Anderson 1 I Bj Avenue first thing Monday morning. . This is the 14th new homo for North Anderson. THE UTILITY OF P1A?E WILL, BE MADE PAIN FULLY C ts EAR TO SOME OF OS.in JHEW.NDU? THF ROOMS FORMERLY OC CU?MED BY THE CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK OFFER SUCCESS...

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