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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 8 September 1914

Anderson City Is *;My Town" Anderson County Is "My County" ' - .. ' What About Anderson o?iege ? WE HAVE and houses and' lots for. sale in and near " Tbwnville, X Roads and Oakway. itflT'r ,! ? Can give you almost any location, any size, prices right. ?. P. H. PRICE, E C. ?SBELL, I c. r! i. Make Your, Deposits With Us ? (j l>-. it mt,m jt'i . it it ' * - '.?'':.. " ,_::,' .And Then ; n-.i- I it ''ilil f armers ai*t Farinera CeL Interest Faid on Deo?sits Criminal and Civil Work A corpw' t/f trained Specialists whoao services may be secured In strict, ly l?gitimais wcrk\ . - : t til f Make a ?mail deposit each week in thte Financ? Stronghold^ and by ending ^ little each week to your Bank Ac^^ prised at the rapidity with which you can accumulate ? ?s?ug sum? "Big ?ak* frohi little Acorns Grow,'| The same applies to ??r la- t': -ri^Trv-w *: ??!?. Von* wo^ftyT wiR b^M^^ a^ i|| minimum If you are ii? ? fr^l?oii 18 tonmeet all obligation? with a ||l t check on 1 ----^^Mm^M?M^??m aft- ? ...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 8 September 1914

THE ANDERSON DAILY INTELLIGENCER fffeuded August 1, 18G0. IM North Moin Stret ANDERSON, 8. C. WILLIAM BANKS. . Editor W. W. 8MOAK_Business Manager Altered According to Act of Con gress es Second (Maas Mall Matter at the Postofflce at Anderson. S. C. Member of Associated Press and Receiving Completo Daily Telegraphic sTvtce. Semi Weekly edition?$1.60 per Tear. Daily edition?$5.00 per annum; 92.60 for Six Months; $1.26 for Threo Months. IN ADVANCE. A larger circulation than any other aewspapcr in this Congressional DIs trtct TEL>:!'lfONF.8i Editorial.327 Business Olllce.'321 Job Printing.693-L Local Newa.327 Society News.321 The Intelligencer is delivered by | ^rrlers in 'be city. If you fall toi *et your paper regularly please notify is. Opposite your name on label of your paper la prntcd date to which ">ur paper is paid. All checks and rafts should be drawn to Tho Ander ?on Intelligencer. LET US WAIT NO LONGER The old mother bird was not worried when she came home at night-fal...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 8 September 1914

GERMAN PLAN OF SUBJUGATION People In Hostile Towns Are To Be Treated Civilly Un- . der Conditions _ I GBUMAN PLAN . Berlin, Auk- 26.?The commander.! of the German troops are issuing pro clamation to the inhabitants of every hostile town they occupy as follows: "Citizens?A good body of the Ger man army under my command has oc cupied your city. Inasmuch as the war is car'ie'd on only between the nr mics in due form the life and private property of all inhabitants under the following conditions: "1?The inhabitants must strictly avoid every hostile act against the German troops. "2?Food and forage for our men and horses to be furnished by the in habitants. Every such delivery will bo paid for at once in coin, or a- receipt will bo issued to be redeemed after the termination of the war. ";$?The inhabitants arc to house our soldiers and horses in the best man ner, and to keep their houses lighted at night. "4?The Inhabitants are to put* the roads in pasible condition, to remove all obstac...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 8 September 1914

Blease Makes Tells of the Recent Election?At Accomplished in the Right Mam To My Fr|ends ami Supporters: A iluc sense of gratitude and thanks to you for your confidence and sup. port., at} well as a feeling of propriety upon mry part, Impels me to make to you a statement, as briefly as I eau. I with regard to the late primary elee-l MoHifor the United States Bonate. As. you know, two years ugo I tuade tlf?'"fight for reelcetion for governor without buying any financial means to maintain any organized management in my behalf in that campaign, and had to rely entirely upon the volun tary expression of the wilt of the peo ple In casting their votes ut the polls. 1 was opposed by the organized ef forts and the resources of the bank ers, manufacturers and corporations, tvlth .substituthilly the entire press of j the stale lined up against me with the determination to show neither fair ness nor justice, nor to abate a single i effort to misrepresent the true state ;f the campaign as it pr...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 8 September 1914

BRIGHT OUTLOOK FOB the poetic spots ENROLLMENT WILL REACH ABOUT 3,600 TO START MONDAY All Teachers Ready To Assume Their Duties and Assignments Have Already Been Made (From Sunday's Dally.) Indications are that about 2,600 pu pils will be enrolled in .the city schools of Anderson by tomorrow morning, at which tipie the first day of the present session will he at hand. E. C. Mc Cauts, superintendent of the city schools, said yesterday that he firm ly expected the enrollment to be fully as large as the ligures given and it may be that the enrollment will ex ceed that number. ' At a meeting of the board yesterday afternoon they made selection of - the last teacher to be chosen for the com ing session. Miss Florence Hudgens wob elected as teacher for the South Side school und this completes the faculty for the coming year. The following is u complete list of the teachers und their assignments by the schools: High- School und Grunimar School. | No. 1 West 31::rket Street. Principal and.L...

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

i j SOC] For .Mr. und ."?1rs. Ilolyroyd.) Miss Ithoda Vandiver requests ihc pleasure ?>f your company ai dinner, Wednesday, September the ninth, al elghl o'clock, to meet Mr. ami Mrs. iiolroyd. I,awn l'art j. Mli;scs Anne Gam broil, Evelyn Browne ami Lydhi McCully eiiterlain utl with a lovely lawn party Tuesday evening on Misses Browne's ami Gaill breil'fe lawns. Japanese laniorns were si runic across the lawn ami In the ivy covered arbor lighted with lanterns Mrs. P. K. McCully and Miss Jean Cunningham served delicious nectar. After an interesting contest of "how many peas in the jar." Miss Frances Marshall was awarded the first prize, a box of candy, for the most correct guess ami Miss Laurie HmetlierK u stick of red candy for the most lucor reet. Mrs. Gambrell. Mrs. Jos.- Stribling, Mn.ses fan.line Vance, l.al Cunning ham ami Jessie Itrowne served the guests a tempting Ice course and mints. Those accepting invitations lo this charming party were Misses Caroline Hunks, Victoria...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 11 September 1914

z TUESDAY AND FRIDAY ZXltZ NEW SERIES, VOL. 1, NO. 35VYeckly, Established 1660; Dally, Jan. 18, 1814. ANDERSON, S. C,FRIDAY MOKj ING, SEPTEMBER 4, 1014. PRICE $1.50 THE YEAR. FIGHTING Cl WITH UNABi ALLIES HAVI GERMANS REPEATEDLY AT TACK POSITIONS BUT ARE DRIVEN BACK THE OUTCOME UNDETERMINED Great Battle May Last For Many Days?Reinforcements Daily Arriving for Kaiser's Men (Dy Associated Press.) London, Sept. 9.?The allied armies continue to have the advantage, ac cording to French official reports, in what only can be the preliminaries of' a grent battle extending from Meaux, I northeast of Paris', to the Fortress of Vordun, about 200 miles farther east.! The Germans, who have brought up reinforcements, are striking at the al lies' left and center between Montmt rail and Vitry-LeFrancois, a front of from fifty to sixty miles, but each time they have been driven back. This is not surprising to military men, as the Germans' have been com pelled to advance through the swamps of the Pet...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 11 September 1914

Do It Now ! Make a small deposit each w^ek in this Financial Stronghold, and by adding a little each week to your Bank Account you'll be sur prised at the rapidity with which you can accumulate a snug sum? "Big Oaks from little Acorns Grow." The same applies to our SAVINGS DEPARTMENT WHEN REVERSES COME Your worry will be reduced to a minimum if you are in a position to meet all obligations with a check on The Peoples Bank LEE G. HOLLEMAN, President D. O. BROWNE, Cashier E. P. VAND1VER, Vice-Pres. BIcckley Building, Anderson, S. C. 1 * HAVE -9 arid houses and lots for sale in and near Townville, X Roads and Oakway. Can give you almost any location, any size, prices right. P. H. PRICE, . i ; ,? ?,. Air', i fu?jri tri." Je Your Deposits With Us . : ' * And Then-?- - Lend You Money When You Need It. Farmers and Merchants Bank mers Loan and Trust Co. ma Interest Paid on Deoosits ?1 Here's A Monument We Built i Atfoneraiiou liouooi* will still too thasame beauU ral trlom? of lovo and romo...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 11 September 1914

OGOOOOOOOOOOO o SPECIAL SESSSIOF o ? o Governor Blj'use o sued a proclamation c o of the general asseml o of October to pass rei o reference to the cottc o oooooooooooooq Sam M. Wolfe I To The i A'rter upending oil day lu counting the vote cast for W. W. Scott and Sain M. Wolfe for tho general as sembly j the county democratic execu tive commit leu Thursday evening at li o'clock, completed and reported that by u majority of; 31 votes Mr. Wolfe had received the Humiliation.. Thitt was one of tho tribal Interest ing races in the history of the county. Tuesday night it appeared quite cer tain that Mr. Wolfe would be the puiidunc, but two belated boxes on Wednesday morning gave Mr. Scott a lead of 21 voles, which appeared to be (trial. When the executive committee met yesterday the vote wus tubulated und the Corner box showed a disorepency. Scott really reclved but lit votes there although hp bad been credited in the unofficial returns as were put down on the table:; with 48. This pulle...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 11 September 1914

THE ANDERSON INTELLIGENCER lauded August 1, 1800. IffJ North Mala Stret AN m. 11 SON, 8. c. WILLIAM 13 AN KS, . Editor W. W. SMOAK_Business Manager Entered as sccond-cIasB matter Ap ril 28, 1914, at the post office at An derson, South Carolina, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Weekly edition?$1.G0 per Tear. Dally edition?$6.00 per annum. 92.50 for Six Months; $1.26 for Three Months. IN ADVANCE. A larger circulation than any other newspaper in this Congressional Dis trict. TELEPHONES! Editorial.327 Baabes? Office.'321 Job Printing.693-L j Local News.327 Society Now*.321 The Intelligencer Is delivered by carrier? In 'he city. If you fall to got your paper regularly please notify 10. Opposite your name on label Of your paper la prLted date to which your paper Is paid. All checks and drafts should b? drawn to The Ander son Intelligencer. The Weather. Washington. Sept. 9 ?Forecast :. South Carolina?Fair Thursday aud Friday. .Have you bought your bale? Is there room in war for Rouma nie? -...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 11 September 1914

"'I WiW Be Governor of All The People" Official Statement Itoued by Richard I. Manning In Columbia Wednesday Afternoon Special to The Intelligencer Columbia. Sept. 9.?The state demo cratic executive committee has been called to meet in Columbia at noon next Tuesday in the library of the state iiouse to canvass the returns and declare the result of the second primary election. "I will be governor of all the peo ple," said Richard I. Manning, gover nor.nominate of South Carolina, in a statement issued Wednesday while in Columbia. Mr. Manning came over from his home in Sumter and was greeted by hundreds of Columbians as he walked along Main street to his headquarters. The following state ment was' given out by Mr. Manning: "1 wish to express my thanks to the whole people of South Carolina for the tremendous vote I received means but one thing?that the principles I advocate, law and order, peace and harmony, struck a responsive chord in the hearts' of our people. "I cannot single out an...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 11 September 1914

"LIVE AT HOME" Raise Truck, Pigs and Cattie 10 ACRES are enough, but we also have another of 30 acres. Both within one mile of the City lim its, well improved and in fine condition for truck ing. . Both within the Anderson school district and are just the places for the farmer who wishes to quit cotton and school his children; or for the town man wish ing to supplement his ether business. You can't b?at them. Frank & DeCamps Realty Co. 'PHONE 246 Palmetto Detective Agency Criminal and Civil Work A corps of trained Specialists whose services may be secured In strict Ijr legitimate work. Address P. O. Box 402 Anderson City is "My Town" ]/\ndcrson County , Is * My County"" What About Anderson College ? RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE m er F^or Years of Discottraging Cenditiooj, Mrs. Bullock Gave Up in Despair. Husband Came to Rescue. n. : ^ _ % Citron, Ky?In an Interesting letter rom this place. Airs. Bettle Bullock writes as follows : "I suffered for four years, with womanly troubles, and...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 11 September 1914

The Next Go of Sc Sketch of the Career ( of Sumter, Who V Primary Vesterday, Special to The Intelligencer. SUMTER. S. (.'., Sept. 8.?A3 with Woodrow Wilson, the number "13" hr^-. been o lucky one for Mr. Richard I. Manning who will succeed the pres ent administration as governor of South Carolina. At the University of Virginia Mr. Manning occupied Room 13, which is the same room that Pres ident Wilson occupied when he at tended that institution. Like the prea i ? it also. Mr. Manning's signature obtains thirteen letters. By another incidence Mr. Manning was one of His delegates at large at the Baltl :-?-e convention that nominated "Ujodrow Wilson for the presidency. Richard Irvine Manning, son of Richard Irv*?3 Manning and his wife. .Elizabeth Allen Sinkler, was born at H.omcsluy plantation, Sumter county, South Carolina, August 15th, 1859. "Son of Mark in South Carolina,' edited by Jnines C. liemphill, former editor-in-chief of the News and Cou rier, says of Mr. Manning and his par...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 11 September 1914

JK. Lei Sumter Mem ( But Two Coi HIS MAJORITY ( TO 1 Bethea and Shealy Wer Majorities; Anderson ( versed Its Position of Wyatt Aiken Has (From Wed net While not so many gathered lice last ni.nut to hear the #lad ti Sumter, had been elected governo the returns on the other election lirst primary, yet the crowd last ni, it lacked in numbers and the voter genuine enjoyment out of every reason that everything received d was no longer to be any factionalis By ten o'clock it was a clea Betljea and Shealy were elected an that the anti-administration forces i offices. Anderson's Showing. From the very first It appeared that Richard I. Manning would carry An dorson county. He received a good vdto at tho cotton mills' and In the country and swept tho towns where he.Je known personally. The county ticket was interesting in its developments. Wyatt Aiken ran away with Dominlck, carrying every county ' in the district, including An derson,, G. N.. C. Boleman, for many years county auditor but for...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 15 September 1914

. - "i- >.? ? r , *Jt s S# . ? ". ' 1-"" . t+iXFL ;. .'.<....! "^^^^?^ ' ^^^^^^^ NEW SERIES, VOL 1. NO. 38. ffirtl,, tetaMlelied 18C0; Dally, tow, 1,1?. ANDERSON. S. C..TUESDAY MORNING, ?KPTEMBER IS, 1914. j |-PRICE ?I.So THE YEAR GERMANY TO CONSIDER DISCUSSION OF. PEACE THE EMPEROR IS CONSIDER MESSAGE FROM THE PRESIDENT INFORMAL INQUIRY Wilson Submits Plain to Kaiser Relative To Making * Peace With Germany's Foes (Hy Associated I'rcss.) Washington, - Sept. . 12.-Emperor "William lian had unuer eon!'.deration for several clays, it was learned to day, an Informal inquiry., from the United Slates government as to whether Corm?ny dcBlres to discuss peace terms with her foea. On the toner of the ; reply depends to bomc extent' whether or not the informal peace movement inaugurated a week ago can he pursued with Great Bril tain, France and Russia. The inquiry was not a formal one B?cli aa President Wilson's original tender of good offices,, but waa an pffori to determine whether Ge...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 15 September 1914

Do It Isl ow! Make a small deposit each week in this Financial Stronghold, and by adding a little each week to your Bank Account you'll be sur prised at the rapidity with which you can accumulate a snug sum - "Big Oaks from little Acorns Grow." The same applies to our SAVINGS DEPARTMENT WHEN REVERSES COME Your worry will be reduced to a minimum if you are in a position to meet all obligations with a check on The Peoples Bank LEE G. HOLLEMAN, President D. O. BROWNE, Cashier E. F. VAN DIVER, Vice-Pros. Blcckicy Building, Anderson, S. C. WE HAVE and houses and lots for sale in and near TowrivHle, X Roads and Oakway. Can give you almost any location, any size, prices right. P. HL PRiCE? i^?Bii ASBELL, f?^nville, S. C. Make Your Deposits With Us ; gp .ii"''-- And Then ? We Will Lend You Money When You Need lt. Farmers and Merchants Bank Farmers Loan and Trust Co. Interest Paid on Deposits Anderson City Is "My Town1' /Anderson County Is "My County" ?j Il > What About j WM?nderson Col)e...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 15 September 1914

Speeded up the Factory ABIRMINGHAM Selling Hquse rc*? ceived a rush order for machinery, ' The sales manager called the factory at Pittsburg on the telephone, and was assured that the order would be shipped as desired. # i . m Bell Telephone service is an essential link between the selling house and the factory. I When you telephone-smile SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY ^ Palmetto Detective Agency Crtmmal and Civil Work A corp? ol (ra in oil Specialists whose Ker rices may be secured In strict ly legitimate work. Address P. O. Box -'* >2 \ ANNUAL ? EXCURSION "MNP OF FLOWERS" Tuesday, Sept. 22nd, 1914 -VIA-i SOUTHERN RAILWAY PREMIER CARRIER OF THE SO?TII '. Greenville, Anderson, Abbeville, and all intermediate points at the following VERY LOW RATES: Felrpr . Willhimfiton _ Anderson1... ... iloUon-... ... .. Honen P??li Uonnhls ... -, J. Sunnis Junction Abboylllo . . . .. Hodges ... ... Greenwood >...' . lt. T. Fere . . . te Savannah .<.. 1 00... .... v;mr'i ......

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 15 September 1914

THE ANDERSON INTELLIGENCER ffonndtJ August 1, 1800. ?S8 North Mein Stret ANI'EHSO-N, 8. C. WILLIAM BANKS.Editor W. W. SMOAK .... Business Manager Entered aa second-class matter Ap ril 28. 1914, at the post office at An derson, South Carolina, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Semi - Weekly edition-$1.60 per J Toar. Dally edition-$5.00 pi? annum; ft.60 for Six Months; 11.26 for Three] Months. IN ADVANCE. A larger circulation than any other newspaper in (his Congressional Dis trict T?Li:i'IIUN?S> Editorial.827 Business Omeo.'321 Job Printing.693-L Local Nows . .327 Society NP WM.321 The Intelligencer ls delivered by carriers lu ?be city. If you fail tu j gat your paper regularly please notify M. Opposite your mime on label Of your poper is prntod duto to whlcb your paper ls paid. AH checks and drafts should bs drawn io The Ander con Intelligencer. The Weahtcr. Washington, Sept 14.-Forecast: South Carolina--Generally Fair Tues day and Wednesday. DAILY THOUGHT When from some noisy haun...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 15 September 1914

North Believes lu South's Crops. Evidently some of th? northern con cerns doing- a big business appreciate the fad that the South must have some financial assistance in hadling the cotton crop. A salesman for the International Shoe Company '.vus in Anderson yesterday and while here he received a letter from hi* house saying that they were preparing to buy 1,000 bub's of colton ut 10 cents per pound and might later increase that number if it became possible. This represents an outlay of about 550,000 on the part of the shoe man ufacturers hut goes to show that the people of the north arc willing to help ?ml also that they know full well cotton will eventually go up lu price. Long Search For Children. The two little children of Mr. and Mrs. V. M. Barnes, after being sent to Sunday school at St. John's Meth odist church last Sunday morning, dis appeared. When the hour arrived for the children to return and they could not be located, a search was instituted and at 4:30 o'clock the Barne...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 15 September 1914

SOCIETY (From 8?""*??'t' Daily.j winding stairs, leading from the sec BHB'lfiHSMi ? ? . j TI?i;*i.sViI ?"(! rioor- Th,,-V ?.?".?. '? ??.? following Miss vutiii??cr. order: First, the ribbon hearers. Vlo Mr. and Mr3. R, B, Holroyd, who >.* ,,ruUt- and Elizabeth Hurriss, ""ni. dressed In dainty white, making an wfre recently married In Greenville, aMQ |Q tho extrcm(1 end of tneBnalI. wero tho guests of honor ot a lovely Soxt (:am,, Miss Mettle Jackson with, dinner Wednesday evening when Miss Mr. Toni Witherspoon. MIHH Mary. Rhoda Vandivor oofnrtalned at her Poole with Dr. Harrlaon Pruitt, Miss homo op South McDufflo street, Eileen Herron with Mr. Harry Jack Mrs. C. B. Earle greeted the guests son. The bridesmaids all wore dainty at the door and invited them in to the white lingerie dresses with pink glr llvlng room, whero MIHH Vandiver and iles, and carried arms-full of pink, Mf, and Mrs. Holroyd received. asters. Next, the dame of honor. Mrs. In tho dining room at a beautifully Da...

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