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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 8 March 1914

[ HAT'S one reason vt*y " W*eax-Ever" ware laata a; gOT?riiV ? tion. And there are other reasons. * - wWeai^Everw^ Aluminum Utensils Are made from thick, hard sheet aluminum, 99 per without joints, seams or soldered parts. -No coatiLo crack or blister. Cannot nut, cannot form poisonous com pounds with fruit acids or foods. WEAR-EVER "Wear-Ever" ware'saves you food too. Aluminum utensils are less liable to scorch "ood than others.- And even if you let them . boll dry "Wear-Ever" utensils can be cleaned without difficulty and will be found uninjured* TRA0? WASH.. Replace utensil* thai wear out with Utensil* that "Wear-Ever/' V ANDERSON HARDWARE 4\ ', E. Whitner St. Anderson, S ': _. - A S A I Y \ are the kind-of ads $hsi Q?t the bus s s Don't stay in the same RUT-" your sales and create a 4emand for your mer chandise by i tie The "Newsy" morning paper that is read by the majority of people in Anderson county, and by others in different! parts of the ?O?itry. Our lar^e^circu?ation guar...

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. — 8 March 1914

Real Ones are Here TUR NEW STYLES IN LOW CUTS WE HAVE JUST OPENED FOU MEN. WOMEN AND CHILDREN AUK HARD TO BEAT. Voo many different Htyles to go Into detail hut as Bsual we huvo the *r<.odr<. All that's new and pretty Is her lor you and w tli every pair you have the assurance of comfort, styles, fit and service Look at the styles shown elsewhere, ironic to see in and then you'll decide on I he ones we have, yea, we are nitre you will. Under Masonic Temple SHOES THAT SATISFY REED MILLER QUARTETTE ...At Anderson College Auditorium... Monday Night, March 9th, 8*30 p. m. Miss Marie Stapleton-Murry, Soprano;. Nevada Van Der Veer, Contralto; Reel! Miller, Tenor; 1 Frank Croxton, Basso. One Admission, 50c. A Rare Treat for Love s of Music. * ELECTRIC Cm * _ * Item? Interest ?ad Personal * Wireless on the Str Winter Hangs on Say* Prof, nick* The Intelligencer is In receipt of a letter from Prof. W, H. Hicks, the lightning calculator and- weather pro- < phot, aaylhg'tnar the winter i...

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. — 10 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. Mystery Still i The Ketti? WHO EXHUMED BODY REPORT IN DETAIL The Remains Were Bropgbt to American Soil Early Sun day Morning (Hy Associated Press.) Laredo, Texas, March 9 --"Rescu- I crdo Remembrance"-written on a ! card attached to a shovel that protrud- ( cd from the ground was the single j trace found of tho party of men who i mysteriously entered Hidalgo eenie- j tory ia Mexico, exhumed the body of ( Clemente Vergara and returned it U?'| Texas. . '| ? Versara'? body was carried across thc Kio Grunde 45 miles below Larc- ' do Sunday morning and there it was j found by a federal official, a state of " fleer and a county deputy sheriff. Who ] was ro'jopnsible for its removal from Mexico was a question unanswerable, j Ti: I:cody was here today awaiting examination which state authorities hope may disclose something to aid , them . i...

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. — 10 March 1914

i?TANt I! ;; n?tiges r. FOR SALE HOB SALE?Mule; ?ix year? old; wt.| lOOt); at 3-4 cost.. Owner Belling farm. Appiy to waiter Kuril', Au derson It. P. ?). 2. tu7-3t - WANTS WAITED The ladles to It; jw that J I have tho heut curling fluid that, l C^n be bought. On sale at .Martin's Drug Store or Garvln Barber Shop. ! Price f?.OO per bottle. D. C. Garvln, 3-7-tf. "WANTED?Typewriter purchasera. We have over "200 new rebuilt and second hand typewriters for quick aale, cheap.' All makes. Price abeet on request. J. E. Cray ton & Co., Charlotte, N. C. m8-tf ?WANTED? Peas of all Varities. Fay highest Prices. . JNO. A. McGILL, The Spot Cash Grocer LOST. LOST-on North Main St., between Clhmin St.. and city lim its, one child's Velvet Coat, return Berne! to, Salla Tailoring Co., and get reward. Z-10-ltp. MONEY TO I,ENB ON REAL ESTATE ?We can lond Anderson county, fanners In any amount up to twcn-J ty-(lvo thousand dollars, on flrst niortgugc security. Ten year con-j tract with option of ret...

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. — 10 March 1914

BELTON PAGE 0EVOWT^T mmx?m OF BELTON Amvfcsmrrtm AS A KMMF?R C?MMCA?^I' < !-_ .UVU....o t.M NEWS ?ND" ADVERTISING. - W?'-.*'. . * ' ~ -. ' ' -^i,-..^.... ; _A yy --k ? -;-._ . * INTERESTING BUE * ?N0 NOTES Fi Hi _-^?. * CLAUDE A. ?35 .Y' H> # & * * .sf sf sf fe fe. * * Helton, March 4.-Dr. D. L. McDon ald rn: \Y illuminion was amone those' *ho hail business in the city Mon ?tay. . Prank Brezeale,, rqrmcrly of Belton, but now of Temple, Texas, who has been spending Bonaetinie hore with relr atives. returned .Sunday. . . ' MJHS Kate. Scotti eacher tn the Be'lA ton High School,-spent the wcok-end with !)?r parents at Uckvlilc. , i J. li. 'Ubb. of Gray Court, arrived in tow -?sterday and accepted a po sition w the G. H. & A. 2$U8io Cont-J pany. , . J. .-, ......"I \V. K. Vaughan of Greenville who has been sick (or sometime in town, is able to bc out again and- !IQH mnvci) to William.-trm. wMias?3 nessie ^er?8 'and Allie, Ma-; jor of thc Mayfield section, spent Sun day near...

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. — 10 March 1914

THE ANDERSON INTELLIGENCER rounded 18ft 1M North Main Street AKB2B30K, S, C WILLIAM BANKS, . I Kfftor W. VT. 8JB0AK, - Business Manager ?.ferneren According .to let e! ?ea tress sa Second Class Mall Matter at the restofilce at Anderson, & CL ,' Pasllshei Every Mer*iag Bxetpt Monday 1 Seal-Weekly Edition on Taeaiay sag er??ay asuraiagi Dally Edition?$5.00 per annum 11 f?M for Six Months; SlJtt for Three Mentis. fleal.Weehly Edltloa ? fLM perl Annsa||7& cents for Six Xeiihif M eats for Four Months. I"--_IN ADVANCB Member of the Associated Pr?ts and Serrfring Complete Dally Telegraphic A larger Circulation Than Any Oth er Newspaper to This Co agr?as te aal Wttrfct. The intelligencer la delivered by ?arri?ra In the city. If yog fall to get your paper regularly please notify i as. Opposite your name on lai; A \ ef year paper is printed date tj? which year paper Is paid. All checks and drafts should be draws to The An demon Intelligencer. ' Washington, March 9.?Forecast: South Car...

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. — 10 March 1914

... . j ; . ^ L. N. ENTREKIN . is fri Northern Markets, things for Spring and Summer. Keep your eye on this stofre all the yean through. j ?ur Motto] ''Q?iefr I ' ' . .U.:..u.f? Sale? and Sma: 1 profils^ we let 'em rollj at Same pric4-Watch u?! gft ?i. i Is a rc>.dypreparetflood* thatl Ibc r?fcUSsa?Mfr Bfflgfir I mcr.t ururvi^i.-, T.xusc. Prtparr.'? cr.? r.lr?r.h(acr?? t?jcrr. fer r*5 ubr ru?o.i. Lives tr?ubl) and wprry. LC:DCII2 Leg Vii IGucror.lcc'.l to satisfy cr money bock. M 25 lbj. $!.(o. I j ?ir. *" .1*3 lbs. $5.75. ? SmaJi-u^j l.j. and il. Cogkey's Lice Povr?e? I Dusted on mttiriR Ivens rids them bi lice I and Keeps chicks ireelrom these disease ? hrcedmj: pests. 10c.25c.:Oc4ond$lpk?S. ffi ? Three Store* ;3 ? |] Block is the most-^op?iar iurni of pfvHng in Atlanta and otheljP ' large, -southern cities. C?O TO COLLEGE; VIEW AND BKBj?ftB NEW BLOCKS IlEIXG liAin. AN0E? SON REAL ESTATE & ' INVESTMENT CO. E. II. Horton, * I>rfi?!4ont. W. F. ?Tarshj ?Wi; S. Horton. li ?'...

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. — 10 March 1914

loss ?Ep?$r Without th*?? two pmitMd pro Menve? yon cannot cucceed with poultry. No other preparation f. a* good the flrat three week* aa Pratt* Baby Chick Food ? 26c. COe and ll.oo?the only aafa ration. Imurea luity irrewt*. - To prevent intestinal trouble, tha ona ura specific ( Pratt* White Diarrhea Remedy-25c and BOC. After they pa.* Um early critical period they mature quickly,Into profit paying member* ** your flock. IRefuM substitute.; tnalat on Pratt*. Satiif action Guaranteed or Money Back Ott Pratt* ISO pmg* Poultry Booh Fob Sale by? Pouche Drug Co., Anderson, 8. C. W. H. HarrlBon, Anderson, S. C. W. A. Power, Anderson, S. C levons' Pharmacy, Anderson,-S**^. Peoples' Grocery Co.. Anderson,' S. C. Ap.?er?dj fj^e..Ande?apn, B. C, M. M. Hultier, Pendletou, S. C. 3308 4ta Five Dollais ReivarjflT *1 $5 For the largest Water Melon grown from our seed. ' We have T ?_M _ WATSON, KLECKLEY SWfcfc l ?ND MONTE CRISTO. We also have for introduction, several hundred >adca^ ihizo cr.?...

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. — 10 March 1914

. illili rv READ THIS Dry, Finely Mixed, Free from lump?, full weight, in good sound bags with scientifically blended ammoniaTes. *y ; '? ? y . . " They are made in Anderson and you are invited to come to the factory and see them made-?vestigate before you buy. OUR PRICES .^WGHT^TQO.^, ... You cannot do better, you may do worse, Wr ite or telephone. ANDERSON FERTILIZER CO. F HANK 1*. SLOAN, SalcsRiuu. .^CiSl^ " / Anderson, S. C. v ': Phone No. 40*. Il Ht Wf! ?H? SATS TlfE JotTIE ' ore when sho cat*h?# Bight o! eyrcii? d)o?.. und ?.' lint motlicr--wcll, tdio lbUiktj U Jf kdjka.doestt'jt<a*,y. iL Ad 1 she newest, sortsfbf confections?nil frosh you may be sure?grace our counters, show eases and show windows.-Pound ns^bavoa n??u??. OA J.-. .-?"-?* ?v ?v o*r * ' inn, <5tC , afford a wide range as to choice and ' " faVorilki-flavors. ! Olymp^andy Co. & ?cp ?r?^m Par?or. Thp Happiest Man is lie who has hud Ills tecllt IlKcd by us so that they-look well,' do good tbo way of chewin...

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. — 10 March 1914

1 IN THE FALL OF '64 Francis Ford An Extraordinarily Realistic Moving Picture, Showing a Part of the Battle of the Wilderness on th? very spot, in just the Way, no doubt, such a Fijht occurred 50 years ago, in the Fall of '64. Produced by the Universal Filrit Manufacturing Co. < i / Tlit story iu brief is us follows: At u military bull In a southern mansion the Confederate officers arc amusing themselves, captain Kord is the officer in charge and Virginia tho young hostess, is bis sweetheart. At the height of their fun the sentries outside report the approach of Union BOldiers. All officers hurry to their commands. At first the Confederates having less men, attempt to outmarch the Federals. However, after a short time they change their plans and en trench themselves in the surrounding hills. There is a deadly battle. The Federals are driven back to Virginia's estate. Ford Is detailed to enter tlii Union lines and ascertain the strength of the enemy. Once within the lines, he is p...

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. — 11 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. WILL ASK h TO REDE TO PUNISH MURDERERS OF AMERICAN RANCHMAN, CLEMENTE VERGARA MYSTERY CLEARED Remains Returned by Expedition Arranged by Relatives of the Deceased (My Associated Press.) "\ Laredo, Texas, March 10.?That the Mijxican who led the party which re covered the body of Cl?mente Ver gara from the Hidalgo, Mexico, cem etery bad told a circumstantial story of witnessing the execution of the American ranchman to state investi gators was learned . tonight. The identity and whereabouts of this man, us well ns the others of th-j party which exhumed tie body, bad not; fco?n' diE -losed. ... Federal and state investigation,?' being conducted here had not been concluded tonight. So far the Inves tigations have disproved the carller report that.,.the nun's band showed evidence that he had been totturet^ with Are before he was put to d...

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. — 11 March 1914

FOR SALE FOR HALE-Mule; six yearn pld; wt. looo; at 3-4 cost.. Owner soiling' farm. Apply to Walter Ear>. An dcram It. P. .1). %. m7-::t WANTS < - WANTEU-Tho ladies to know that 1 have the best curling fluid thut can ho bought. On sale ut Martin's Drug Store or Uarvin Barber Shop.! Price $1.00 per bottle. D. 0. Oarvln 3-7-tf. WANTED?Typewriter purchasers. We have over 200 new rebuilt und second hand typewriters for quick sale, cheap. All makes. Price sheet on request. J. E. Cruyton &. Co., Charlotte, N. C. m8-tf WVnted?A good picture of Neal's! Creek church at once. Piedmont Magazine, Anderson, S. 0. 3-11-ltj ?WANTED? Peas of sll Verities. Pay highest] Prices. JNO. A. McGILL, The Spot Cash Grocer MONK Y TO LEND ON UFA I, ESTATE ?Wo can lond Anderson county farmers iu any amount up to twen ty-five thousand dollars, on first mortgage security. Ten year con tract with option of retiring in five! years. Gelger & Woife, Attys. | 3-7-61. fmice Peoples Bank .Bldg. IIA HO H'S ...

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. — 11 March 1914

y l fr ^heWs and advertis?^. * s w*&wroft ******* * * * * * * * INTERESTING SUE * AND NOTES FF * ?.. -i_ * CLAUDE A. GRAV ******** * *;* ^ > p Jf. 0. Harris, one or Helton's proB?; porous fumiers, has a turnip on hlbltlon at Friersort's Pharmacy that Hps the seules at 7 i-2 pounds. , Mr. Hoy WJiltlock: of Landrums, Is' the guest of lier mother, Mrs. H. H.l (ieer. rjarl Shirley of Long Branch was a| business visitor to Belton y-sterday. Messrs. J. C. and Willy Law, on of Neva, were amoug the business vfat-| tors in town yesterday. 1 .VClBP.es Jessie and/ Weeple Cobb of| Triungle, were in town yesterday. Mrs. Wtayman CafdweU-of GedrgLa,! spent a few hours In town en route | to <}r?ertvllle. f I Misses Hossle and Vlo MllfordJ of the LOng Branch section, spent | yesterday In town, the guest of Mrs. B. C. Wright on South Main Street.-I - Miss Mildred Brayor of Shady1 drove wbb nmong those shopping In "town yesterday. Kev. N. Q. Wright is visiting hlsj sister, Mrs. H. L. Fagg at...

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. — 11 March 1914

FtiiM im Ut Hort? Mala Street ANDEBHOFI, 8. 0. WILLIAM BANKS, . . Bditor W.W.SMOAK, - Business Manager ? I.. Ii. ?.SaSsa-od According to Act ai Coa mi as Second Class Ma? Matter at um PestofBce at Anderson, S. C FahUibed Every Moralai Bxeept Monday ?emJ-Weekly Editloa ob Taesday aad Friday Moralagg ?aflr EdltIon-15.00 per aaau . for Six MoutliHi flj? for Three Seat ths. Senal-Weekly Edition ? ILM aar Asnom; 76 cents fur Six Booth* | M ee at* for Four Mentha, 19 ADVANCM ti. I I I Mssaker of the Associated Press sad Sereitlng Complete Dallj Telegraphic larger Clreulatloa The, ay Oth er Newspaper la This toagresaloaal District. Ta4 Intelligencer Is d?lirerai by carriers In tbe olty. If you fall to at your paper regularly please notify j as. Opposite your name on label at your paper is printed date to which yowr paper is paid. All checks and drafta should be drawn to The Aa Intelligencer. The Weather Washington, March 10.?Forecast: South . Carolnla?Cloudy and warmer Wednesday; Thursday ...

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. — 11 March 1914

fi IF YOU ARE ABOUT TO CONSTRUCT A MODEL HOME YOU WILL KEEP IN VIEW THESE QUALITIES Conve ni en c e Heal thf ulne ss Safety Cheerfulness Cleanliness 99 Phone223; "O^b'It Electrically! i S?^ COMPANY. ms Belt1 1 C0ME SEfet??M Are --r n m ?41 1a4- MC?i??m CUIU ICI U9 |IIUW to you that the greatest PIANO value is ? :: WILLIS & SPEARMAN 1 - MUSIC HOUSE Bleckley-BriWn^ ANDERSON, : S. C. ASIMH? COLLEGE VIEW WE WILL B? GLAD TO TAKE YOU AND THING. __.. ANDERSON REAL ;piE 'ftl { . H r. ' ; tw, ?'i?fi'.i!' vii. it"? E. It. IJorton, , ,-l>. S. Horton;. President V. President. W. F. Marshall, ?ec. 12:00 to 3:?? P. M. DIN] iLVcryih?ng \*iean aha7:! Neat. Bl 5?n. TT. .'7. * _ _ _ 8*Et? * M?SK??as? e? im * and Throat SESSiOMJfESTERDAY FAVOR BREEDING OF ONE CLASS OF STOCK PASS RESOLUTIONS Anderson County Planters Ap preciate lit* Work Qeing Done By tbe Government s. The Anderson county, farmers' un ion mot in tbe court house yesterday iiwrning," tnc meeting feeing called to order by President...

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. — 11 March 1914

YOUR EFFORTS Tl MORROW JE Be On Time-Be The Prospective Subscri row night youf own a Ford for a little begon? Tomorrow night at nine o'clock rings down the curtain on the lest big ' h*t" of the Intelligencer's Con test: > Your last chance to secure a fine! touring car. formal'little work, (let as many subscriptions as you pos sibly can by tomorrow night, at nine o'clock'. I I/iok over your Hat stmf-'-see who hau promised to give you a subscrip tion at some time durtntf-tgi* contest, and snow then* Just H?tyr n*Uch it means to you, to get their subscrip tion now. Show thel* <B*l yotf<are out to1 wlti nnd they'dfensure to help you, n <,-., - -kn.oV at? WisC :wor? loves a winner. You mttst wjNWc If y**u; hope to galp. anjnhflks)/^ l& wa* \l.|r6ie, like It wascht th?'eti? dt ttt&&&, th-jh- yon c?eld .?lfaWty lode a^fllftte. but now it Indifferent, ev?rf second counts. * r ' This has been tt gffcht contest;, great people have buTri contesting; the hon or will ...

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. — 11 March 1914

=3 .:'v. ; ?:?! -IV, ? iiv/?*.t|ff :i n .o>\ hoi <>!?(../; m. s "?iij.. ' -iv.fi f. bni <: .1 v,,' ft -.rMiir.1'? * /( ' , i Vis 1 The Girl Titian And How 1 Secured ,an Introduction to UHer mr w*4,mam (Alandlj6r Before settling down to toy prbfen- I ?ion 1 concluded lo spend some time abroad.' -1 reuclpjd Naples In .Jauuary abd stayed tk?i* lung enough to visit iVmpeii.1 climb Vesuvius and pass a dreardent Of time InUne National ?nu seuin. contpluli'B t?ie ?s bu med tress. ?i^Vof Ih? bq'Hed'eitles. ' -C burliitf'my.st^v.l.P Naples 1'met pu sarewl .o?cn#iis h .fnrpify cbusW|>Og ofp fctthier. n.ropther.a' dnughter.nbout ufootcon ami .p. boy of twelve, i often \ beard.them ,la!U together. They spoke UnfillsU. iipd i #?w .by tbelr accent i Uiat they were Americana. 1 tropld karle llfced'to nioke.tbelr acquaintance, ibfleoii. 1 end?iivor?I to do au. one i?uy when 1 wuVuraf- tbe Tuilier iu the Nations' baokeum by ndtfre^frtg ??lm a remark, but he did not respond very* cord ...

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. — 11 March 1914

AT THE BIJOU TO DA\ Barbara Tennant! -Playing Into The Wilderness PHlIJilPS- SM ALLEY (Rex?Universal) -AND Playing ! I I The Clue A strong Detective i To Day s Program VoU Weber INTO THE WILDERNESS 8 reel drama featuring Barbara Tea* nunt and 0. A. ('. I.und. Mian Ten. mint un ><>u knew In a survivor of Hie prent Titanic disaster. i If* a verv strong story of the uorlhnrvf, full of situations that grip l.HTjone is bound te enjoy Its sturdy liuulitles. the rui Box V ?troug detective drama featur ing Philip Umalley and Lola Weher. 1 'omlnx tomorrow "KINO. THE DE. TECTIVl. JX FORMULA 8?f S reel IMF feainrlug Klag ?laggett. LECTRIC ..THEATRE TODAY'S PBOGBAM. MA BEE'S STRANGE PBEDICAMEKT KVysione < omedy with Mable Normand A Tl BN Or THE CAB08 ? Majettffr Fxittlnnr Drama THE COLONELS ADOPTED DA UGH* TEE? Kuy-l?er Military drama fib reei to be selected. Coming tomorrow ?THE ARROW Id s K E RH D.4 UGHTE B"?Esetting reel Kay-Bee India* drama. 4 REELS-~10c. Mutual Movie* Make rime...

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. — 12 March 1914

VOL. 1. NO. 49._*eaMf, Estabihmed 18?s DafJj, Jaa, it, 1914. ANDERSON, S. C THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 12, 1914. PRICE FIVE CENTS. $5.00 PER ANNUM. TO GUARANTEE PROTEC TION AGAINST MEXICAN RAVAGES . ARMY 18000 STRONG More Thon Total Number That Followed General Shaffer In Cuba (By Associated PreBsl Washington, D. C., March 11th.? The dispatch of two additional regi ment;! of American infantry to Eagle Pass and'Laredo, Texas, to allay fears of Mexican rains, and the appearance here of General Felix Diaz and friend.; with a new plan to solve the Mexican prob'.oai, \Vere the chief developments tcduy in the Mexican situation. The troops, the Ninth and Seven teenth !.<3giments, were ordered to the border at th-j request of Senator, Sheppard and Representative Gar ner. The latter told the president there was a good deal of cash in the border banks, and Americans wanted to be protected against any sudden raids or invasion. Mr. Garner also raid that much cattle had disappear ed recently, an...

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. — 12 March 1914

IMPORTANT :: NOTICES :: --H??;? WANTS WANTED Tho luflioH ta .*jiow. that I have the in'tu cnrp?v?* mihi ihul can be bought. On'^ab? ut Martin's iJrug Store or (Survlu Barber Shop. Price $1,00 in-r ixiuio. D. <". (luriln 8-7-tf. WANTED?Typewriter purchasers. We bave over 20(1 new rebuilt ami second hand typewriters for quick Hule, ehenp. {ti} makes. Price sheet on requesjRL J. E. Cruytori a Co., Charlotte, BLJC. ? IllS-tf WANTED- Experienced lady to take charge of alteration department at bnce. Apply I). Oelsberg. ml2-:!l ?WANTED? Peas of all VurUles. Fay highest Prices. JNO. A. McGILL, The Spot Cash Grocer X?XEY TO LKNB OY HEAL E8TATK ?Wo can lend Anderson county) 'farmers in any amount up to twen ty-five thousand: dollars, on llrst mortgage security. Ten year con tract with option of retiring in five' years. Uelger'& Wolfet Attys. 3-7-6t. Offlce Reoplos Bnrfk folog. LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE. On Monday. March 16, at 11 o'clock, in front of courC house, will sell to the highest bi...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
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