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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 14 April 1914

ts. t? mam P?QaRAM ANNOUNCED BY Trfc SECRETARY NAMES DELEGATES Sbo?jld be Forwarded to Rev. J. IN SingWton--May 4th to 6th Inclusive Mr. J. B. Marshall. secreUry, bas prepared and hus sent out the pro gram for tho ninth annual Sunday achoo! coherence of Anderson dis trict, to be held in the Methodist church at $tarr. May 4 ead ?. inclus ive. Rev. T. C. Odell, pr?sldlfi* elder, j la the head of the conference anil Mr. j Marshallsecretar*.. Mr. J. ML Way ls'the conference field secretary. Mr. Marshall eild Monday that the ?uh- . ject matter of this program waa sug gested'-by the conference field Beere- t tar>. ?tfcJj in line witta the policy of 1 the Suriqsy school board, and it is al Ho^apDrbved by the presiding elder of < "Every ?f?idr ?nd .?rery auperln- < tendent bf the district ta a delegate," I l?e ?ee?V/* attend ho should send a del '??t?iate? are to be selected from tbifo^ i mm?v -A?polpted aame^ate. For ! th? .Rpecfal sesBloa. for Wesley Bible J we hppe aa many of th...

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. — 14 April 1914

Good Grit We limply tuggeit the medicine. Let your doctor positively decide about it. Amk him fin!. Then do ai he ?ay?. f ''* TV'0 ' Tn succeed these days you must have plenty of grit, courage, strength. How ls it with the children ? Are they thin, pale, delicate? Do not forget Ayer's Sarsaparilla. lt ls a strong tonic, entirely tiree from alco hol. Builds up the general health, without a particle of stimulation. Sold for (50 years. Here Are The Supreme Style Creations of America's Foremost Clothing Designers There's immense satisfaction in knowing that the suit you are wearing is cut in accordance with the newest ideas of the recognized creators of Men's and Young Men's Styies. That satisfaction is guaranteed to you when it is an "Alco" suit that you choose. "Alco" styles are famed far and wide. The -,ve the brain work ol designers whose style, dictum rules in the world of masculine fashions. Their creations are always shown first in "Alco" Clothes, so that in an "Alco" suit you ca...

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. — 17 April 1914

VOL. 1, NUMBER 74._weekly, EeUMWbe* tt*t DeB* te it, 1114. ANDERSON, S. C., TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL PRICE FIVE CENTS. $8.00 PER ANNUM* PRESIDENT FIRM IN HIS PtiSlTION HUERTA NOW APPEARS TO?CCOOOOOO?0000000 BE EVADING THE o HUERTA MOVES o ISSUE ? ." - _ ' mm. ? _ ? w?r??*^Apra IS. o o -Information reached o TEST TO COME ? ?<*n^tfJ^,o*i1ciab to- o IN A FEW DAYS: ^m^c?T: ?o - o special ' meeting of the o ^B.,U..hip. Are H"rryb,g On the * S?SSM te : Atlantic and On the Pacific ? v:i:tcs States. o To B? Reedy For Any Z l ? t ? ' ' ooooooooooooooooo Emergency - , WILL LEflfJl FRANK HANG ^fellS^ CI?1T?MEJW SET nuvy un. ? orders today to proceed Inimedlat*. to the A.tantlc and Pa- Atlan^^TprnlB^Snscl for elfie coasts of Mexico the United Lco M Fra?k> tfle y?mg factory 8ap. States gf^nnaent^yc Provisional crIntendent under sentence of death President Huerta''final warnte* that # ...? U. , ? . I . . : . , UB lUBl for the murder of his employe. Mary unless a ?ilute Were fired to the stars...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 17 April 1914

NERVOUS DYSPEPSIA invariably lead? tu sevrrecoinplU-allona. lt I* frequently followed hy chronic Indlgealion. ga? trill?, rheumatism, and pernlrloua icncrnle. Th? blood la Impoverished or the ute oustnlning qnatlUes. and ibn weary virtiia la ?mi< ted with on? chronic III after another, until, a wreck of bia former leif, lie draga out a sorry existence aa a wretched Invalid. The Way'That Cures ll to purlfr ibe blood, which will then supply IbeneceKsary food for the nerve*, giving- them tone and vigor to maintain (heir fundi?os. ! marting the elide anew, all the procesara of tue body are brought uti io normal, and the patient ls made to feel well. Mr* 'oe Person's Remedy Purifica :he B)ood. Mrs. loo Person's Remedy St cadi CB the Nerven. Mrs. foe Person's Remedy t . Remores the Digestion. Hundred-, of your neighbors teat!fy to these fact?. Test.lt yourself- ihat'n the aurea! way. Your druggist ought to have lt. If be cannot supply you. send bis name and a d^'ar lo the manufacturers...

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. — 17 April 1914

PIEDMONT PRESBYTERY MEETS AT MOUNT ZION CHURCH NEXT! Presbytery resumed its session st Chairman of the Presbytery's uormeri ::::{<). The reports of t'i;> various mir- arid committee; on this cause, mittees were taken up; The Com- i the report celled attention lottie mitten on Local Home Missions made fact that "while In o.ie or a ?oifier a very Interesting and encouraging of tho various fields In which fhe r<'l)or,. church : has .missionaries and mlision ll showed thal pnictieally all of the property, ?here had been wan, rcyo churches had been supplied with lutlons, famines, pestilences, earth preuebiug during the year, and thal quakes^ floods, .and volcanic eruh*:c?a. about ?l.GflfJ liad been raised for tbjs yet there bad b??n n 1O<M ot life cam e. Tlie Committee recommended among tho missionaries or to iplsston thal the .som of $1,700. be naked for property reported b> the' EKOCiioye this work this year. :? comhilttee." _ !.?'.;.. Klertlon of Commisioners. There wor...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 17 April 1914

THE ANDERSON INTELLIGENCER Founded 188? IM North Main Street AMH HSOV, S. C. WILLIAM BANKS - - Editor W. W SM?AK - Business Manager Entered According to Act of Con gress as Second Clans Mall Matter at the Postofn?e at Anderson, S. C. Published ?Every Morning Except Monday Basil-Weekly Edition un Tuesday end Friday Mornings ?ami-Weekly Edition-$1 50 per Year. Daily Edition-$5 00 per annum; St.BO for Six Months; $1.25 for Three Months. IN ADVANCE Member ot the Associated Press and Receiving Complete Dally Telegraphic Service A large circulation ?han any other newspaper In this Congressional Dis trict TELEPHONES! Editorial.?27 Business Office - - - - - - ?Ii j Job Printing.413-L Local Newa - - - - - - 827 Society Newe - - - - ? 821 The Intelligencer la delivered by carriers in the city. If you fail to . get your paper regularly please notify UH. Opposite your name on label of your paper ls printed date to which your paper ls paid. All cheeks and drafts should be drawn to The Ander son ...

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. — 17 April 1914

ROYAL BAKINW POWDER ... , ,. Absolutely Pure Cakes, hot biscuit; hot breads, and other pastry, are daily necessities In the American family. Royal Bak ing Powder win make them more digestible, wholesome, appetizing? Ufo Mum-Ho Umm Phomuhmfmm \. R. PRESBYTERY iness nature carno before tho spring _, . . M .,-* . *. . meeting of the Presbytery-Sessional The Nest Meeting Will Ile Held In Records and Finance. Andmon ..ScJ that rao8t 0f ?he time waB tak Tlie announcement that Anderson c*n up with Home and Foreign Mis lind be? n selected as the next place shuu Sabbath school methods, How of meeting; or the AsBoclute Reformed to raise church funds, etc.; Presbytern was received here with "The conferences' at this meeting pleasure. Fay. J. H. Garrison, who werf especially helpful, succeeded in getting Anderson selected ReV- J- C. Dale or our Mexican mls yesterday prepared the following upon 8,"n gave a'Helpful atidrer.s on 3jb The Intelligencer's request: bath night on "Why I Believe iii Mts...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 17 April 1914

IF IN NEED ??i -?vi.*; -OF A VEHICLE OF ANY KIND let us show you our stock before you buy. We carry a complete stock of all kinds. Also Har ness, Whips and Robes. We have some extra good values in Mules and Horses. Liberal terms and courteous treatment to all. |. S. FOWLER ANDERSON, i SOUTH CAROLINA We Point With Pride tin the fact that wc nave built up a rep utation for high-class dentistry, which cannot be excelled In thlR locality. We du all branches of dental work In a thorough manner nnA ??re ?zV."is.c ?fcvy'^^Jp^ ^JH^P lion to all our patron? In the skillful, ^U.I TT l y -1 efficiency of our work, our courteous H V treatment and the reasonableness of JBfasa, cir cliarges. Thin yon will under* i^J?if} "?ond nfjer the first trial. DR. H. R. WELLS & COMPANY ELECTRIC HEN TAL PARLORS Orar Farmers A Merchants' Baak, Anderson, H. C., Ladj Attendant CREATING Mlif'H INTEREST ?? Atlanta Womaa Who Clalma the DI. rloe Gift a Heallnfr. will Close Hutur^^^r#tfra-*^-rrW-B ' Atlanta. Apri...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 17 April 1914

MASTER PP,1? ?0 MEET ID JOLY State Association May Job the] United Typothetae-Coming To Anderson South Carolina Master Printers' as sociation will bold Ita annual con vention at tbe new Chick; SprUgs hotel July 8th. and will y lal t Anderson when the State Bress association meets here. The convention this year wilt be de voted mainly td? business few ad dresse or set papera hems contempla ted. foremost of Importance will be the question of affiliation with the United Typothetae and Franklin Clubs of America.' .yu.?. . This 1B a national organisation com posed of printers from ell1 parts of America. It ls argued that th arrange a basis of membership so that each South Carolina prints* ls, directly re lated to the national body-is of tre mendous importun?e. The combined experience of tbs mern ?ershlp of the national body affords a solution of every problem confrpntlug the indi vidual printer, and the association has an excellent service bureau free to all members. The State Press as i...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 17 April 1914

I ?oualds, s. C.; April 1 5, 1914. Mr- Calhoun Man?s, District Superintendent, Mutual Lite Insurance Co., New York. Anderson, S. C. Dear Sir : I want to thank you, and through you, yom company for the check tor $927.00, which you have today handed nie in settlement of death claim under policy No. 1775953, on the life of my husband, Sam Hay. I hardly know how tu express m> appreciation of Hie treatment 1 have received by sour Company. On February 27th, 1909, the above named policy was issued for ?1000.00. The Compati) made a loan of ?87.62 under same, and this loan with accrued interest was due on February 27th, I'M ?, and as same was not renewed, il appears that the Company returned the policy lo my husband, who w as then living at Vina, Ala., indorsed as "paid up tenn insurance,'' for sl>27.oo, tor one year and one month, ?from February 27th, 1913. He died June 28th, 1913, and I was fsot aware for some time that the insurance was in force and al though I have never been able ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 21 April 1914

SEMI-WEEKLY EDITION OF ' -fi??S%r..... VOL. 1, NUMBER 81. fr?eklj. ?RUbIb)b*d J8*t DaUr, Ja?. 1?, 1914, ANDERSON, S. C., TUESDAY MORNING? APRIL 21, 1914. PRICE FIVE CENTS. $5.00 PER ANNUM. VOL. 1, NUMBER 74._weekly, EeUMWbe* tt*t DeB* te it, 1114. ANDERSON, S. C., TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL PRICE FIVE CENTS. $8.00 PER ANNUM* UNITED STATES TOPS EXPECTED TO M REPI MEXICAN EXECUTIVE QUIBBLES TO LAST MINUTE OVER ISSUE ____ Next Step By American Government Will Be Practically a Declaration of War-Martial Chiefs Confer AU Day Sunday on Probable Action (By Associated Press.). Washington, April 20-Huer has refused to accept President Wilson's demand for a salute to the American flag. In a refusal late last night he countered with new conditions. Officials said these would not be accepted and that the program of reprisal would be carried out. Mr. Tumulty announced that the president was preparing to deliver a special mesage tex congress today and that a joinfr session would be held at the earlie...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 21 April 1914

Amphion ( lal). The Easter ball o? th? Amphion Club wan th? brilliant social event of the season. Maple Hull ita? never been more bautifutly decorated than it was on Friday nlKlit. The munie for the occasion wa? furnished by Sutton'? orchestra, and from the tlr?t dance to the final ?trains of i lom?'. Sweet Home, lt waa a perfect success. A buffet supper was served. Among the attractive visiting giris who were here for the dunce wen Miss Floride Carey of Pickens tho guest of Mian Vina Patrick; Miss Vnrn Hatiwangef of Greenwood will? Mrs. I?. A. Ledbetter, Mia? Sara Witherspoon of Greenvillb',wlth Misa Caroline Vance. Miss Nela Sloan, of Clemson witli Mi:. Jessie Browne, MISH Hita Patrick, of Charleston with .Mrs. J. P. Trow bridge; Miss Lydia Sherard, or Wil liamston with Mr?, c. s. Mi?jr; MI?B Bean, of Atlanta with M's Louis Horton, Misses Hara ond Kitty Fur map and Mrs. Tom Robertson Hotel Chiquola and Miss Georgia Dargan, of Williamston. Hrown-.Mcf ulla. The friends of John McCal...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 21 April 1914

POINDEXTER LAUNCHES royo Attacks th? Democratic Party, V; Wilson's Stand On the Repeal of the C Indianapolis. April IX.-Se?alar Bl Hos Poindexter of Washington, lias launched a boom for nomination Qt Theodore Roosevelt as the Presiden tial candidate for the Progressive par ty la.-IUIG, in a speech delivered here to<lay before the Indiana Progressive Slate convention. The Senator, after an elaborate attack upon the Demo ; tlc and Republican parties declared, Ibu Progressive Presidential nominee would have thc support of the great masa of thu people The domoCratlc ad mlnislratlou, bc mid. .has not dealt effcotlvely ..willi the current and na tional questions because lt was bound by "aa unfortunate sectional issue." He denounced particularly President Wilson'? stand on the repeal of the ?.ills exemption claus of the Panama Canal Act. "Tbe Progressive Party if fortunata in !;u\ ing in its ranks and aa ita prin cipal leader. Theodore Roosevelt." ral1', thc Senator. "He bau thc prestig...

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. — 21 April 1914

THE HHDEBSOHIWTELLIBEHCEB , Feuded 168? 1% if* Werth Mala Street ANDERSON, 8. C. WILLIAM BANKS - - Editor W. W 8MOAK - Business Manager Entered According to Act of Con gress as Second Clans Mall Matter at Ute Postofl'ce at Anderson, S. C. Pabllehed Every Morning Except Monday .Weekly Edition on Tuesday and Friday Mornings -Weekly Edition-$1 60 per Year. Dally Edition-$5.00 per annum; 12.60 for Six Months; $1.26 for Three Months. IN ADVANCE Member of the Associated Press and Receiving Complete Daily Telegraphic Service A large circulation than any other newspaper In this Congressional Dis trict TELEPHONESt Editorial.127 Business Office ...... 821 Job Printing.?ta-L, Local Newe. 827 Society Nowa .... . 821 The Intelligencer le delivered by carriers In the elty. If yon fall to get your paper regularly pleaae notify as. Opposite your name on label Of your paper ls printed date to which your paper ls paid. All cheeks and drafts should be drawn to The Ander eon Intelligencer. The Weather....

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. — 21 April 1914

?A RG AIN fOLUMN Women's 10c Vests. Women's Finely KHiljed .Vests, ; full tuned, neatly trimmed, ?? ?ery Special ut. ff U Embroideries. MK lot of up tu 2?c Embroider. Ifl lc* MIKI Embroidered limul. lUC lugs. Special ut...I.... yd BTXHA SPEliAL^-One lot of .'fcudies' up to il.till Heady.to I Wear Huts. Special at. A fl HK>C SO-in Llnenes, Mue end tan.g*l Special at. ?2c A Display Sale of Ladies' Waists. About SIM? dainty new Lingerie Waists, up to $2.00 TS lues rt Q Sjjeclal at.uOc ' _ _ _._ One lol ol Men'? and Young -MewV nb te ?H? Snlls'eTTaiigr" viorsteds, all wool cartlmcVeK imdca&iftt&i Hs tra well tull tired. Very special at. QR 50-Cent Athletic i-nderwear, mude of >uIusuok; Cnt full and room)'. All QQ ?lees. Special at.UU< Boys' Wash Suite. To Ut boys 8. te 8 year? Vaincs up to 7?C Special Extra Special, Men's $l.Ul to ** Straw flats; very pupnlnr . ?.j , t.l,i.. ..,<?' -.W; . ,* I V.. -iiupo, a? ??es nt. 98c Agents tor May Manton Patterns 10c D O CIOUUIU...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 21 April 1914

BALCONY F SEV OPENING OF NEW BUILDING OF WOMAN'S COLLEGE AT DUE WEST SIX ARE INJURED Anderson People Were In the Ated?enos, Bul None Were Hurt; Injured of Donalds Six people were Iftjuretf st "th* Woman'n Collrae of Duo Went, on? ol whom may dio, 'when a hanging bal cony fell In tho now mimic hall ?t that placo last night, according to in formation reaching Anderson nt Tl o'clock. None of - fhn' other five in jured people unstained any sorious hurt. . ? i .?! ?UH i Tho new-conservatory of music ut Due Wost had Just boeri completed and last night aras'the first time that it had beeta opened to 'thb ?uWW" !* great program* had tikoA arranged fdV ihn night, ?ho chlcrf Wthr?' of the nffs - ?. .? * MiH 'mrrslc, hy the chw comptMti? trained' Vokes! ''TTifs hW . attracted'poopro trot* ail' tiaVte'df th* I un in rd) pto section and tho house, waa crowded;-'wir? '"I was * hung Thc balcony willett'fdll WatTa hacfr lng: af rein otUMT aujipprted ;by chtUhMj and o witt*'to. the large crowd theme...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 21 April 1914

(From Sund Miss L. L. Corbett, representing a well known fountain nen company waa tb the city yesterday. C. B. Opp of Willlatnston waa among the visitors fen ef**d,.y*aiirrd?r4ft Ike J. T. Mahoney han, returned from a churl visit tp,;frieads and retaueee. at ARM*. $mw*. . HH *?. Calvin Kay and UtUe aaa of Town vllfcst wero In the eity yesterday. ..Mia? Bessie OarwUe of the Bonner ass^fttny waa lo the etty yesterday. ififssjaj?payj?Y^TftwnTille was in' (OJTK rto?tvmmwr m hastnase. , f th .ith & rubati?fr? Luther and Tugaioo Heron of Town villa:-were in the city yesterday Xor a. few- hours. / Mia* Alma Waters and Miss Mary Sadie? of Grove section wege shop ping in the city yestJerdhy. * J. T. Milf?iO of tho Long Branch nection spent yesterday in Anderson. Miss Margaret Gilbert of Lake City, Fla,, is visiting ber sister, Mrs. Frank Reed on W>rFraeirtl*fc etrea*. ?r; ;,??? Mrs. Robert Belcher of Greenville 1B the guest of Mrs. E. W. Taylor. Mrs. Lillian Owens left Saturday for At...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 21 April 1914

A Word with Men on the Sunshiny Side of Life About the Superiority of Our Young Men's Clothes The young Men of today aro the hope of the Nation's repsonsibilities tomorrow. Big business- politics and the professions oller their highest places to Young Men worthy of them, 'l here are only two classes of Young Men-those who are grow ing into successes, and th ?sc who are drifting into failures. The world is straining its eyes searching for Rea! Young Men I with shoulders squared for responsibility. And I he world in picking its young Men, judges them very largely by their appearance. .Clothes do not make the man, bu? they do make a good or bad impression of him. Competition is so keen, impressions so quickly m ide that no man can afford to handicap himself unnecessarily, or forego the advantage of that "good impression" which is o easily made and which is oftimes so lasting There are a few big manufacturers who devote . their whole facilities, experience and talents to designing and t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 24 April 1914

Apjrtt 28-DO?M'X 1V1ISS THE CHAUTAUQUA-1VIay 4 SEMI-WEEKLY EDITION OP VOL. 1, NUMBER M. Weekly, Eatahtlaoed' ISMi PaUr, Ju. lt, Uli, ANDERSON, S. C., FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 24, 1914. PRICE FIVE CENTS. $6.00 PER ANNUM. / C^Wza Intimates Rebels ? Will Join Huerta; I More Marines and Bluejackets Fall at Vera Cm* Mexicans Kill Six More Americans; Wound 30 Chester's Guns Pound Walls Of City As Blue Jackets Fight Way Into a.Full Po? sition of Occupation. . , jjjiljgfe-, U. S. SHARPSHOOTERS PICK OFF MEN FIRING FROM ROOFS RESISTANCE OF MEXICANS UNORGANIZED BUT HEAVY , - VOLLEY GREETS ADVANCE OF! FLETPIER'S MEN WHO RETURN !F&?, NEVER ST??p!NC UNT?L THEY GAIN OBJECTIVE .POINT (By Associated Press.) Vera Cruz, April 22.-Six Americans; were killed and thirty wounded before the complete investment of Veracruz at noon today by the United States forces. , . Sharpshooters On Roof. This morning, Mexican sharpshooters on. the roofs put up a. stubborn resistance. There was one brisk action,.guns of...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 24 April 1914

HIM Latest News From The War ...Found Elsewhere in this Paper... The Best Clothing Values in Anderson .-. O IM DISPLAY AT OUR STORE MEN'S and YOUNG MEN'S SUITS $7.so $ i o.oo $12.50 $15.00 16*50 and up to $25-oo Special values are the new line of Suits, we are offering from $7 50 to $15. These suits were bought at a big recuction and are worth con siderably more than we ask. Isaac Hamburger 6? Son's famous Clothing form the bulk of our stock, that's why we're so "chesty" about our Clothing. NEW REGAL SHOES Big shipment of them just came in, they come in "quarter sizes" so you can easily get a REGAL to fit your foot $4.00 $4.50 and $|-00 Also the best shoe values on earth at-? %%M $2.50 $3.00 and $3.50 Just arrived, Bring your feet to us for a fit. We'H give you the best values that money can buy in good leather Shoes. Odd Trousers, Straws and Panamas, Shifts* Sox, Ties, Underwear, and in fact many things you'll find in any First-Class Gents' Furnishing Store, are on display \X our s...

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