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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 18 March 1914

BELTON P A GE ^^^^ ^ ym**0 OF KI?TiilN.''AV|p VKINITY, AND AS A MEDIUM FOR COMMUNlCATtNG NEWS AND ADVERTISING. * * ? ? $ * # ? * * INTERESTING BUI AND NOTES t CLAUDE A. Helton, March 17.?Mesdames R; J. Cambrel! ?M W. C. Bo wen spent Mon day afternoon 9ix Anderson. f ? ?v? '5 '.?1 Mr. and Mrs. C harles F. Co?, Mra. J. T. Cox and Mtss Mattle Vandlver were among those who went to An derson yesterday. Erncet Wbodaon left 'today for Win der, Ga. . >w..... W. Av. Cllhkscales of Cray?mfiH?; wan a busjnees visitor to Belton yes terday. M. A. MeGee bf the tang Branch sec tion bad business in our. city yester *^a^' ' _ Mesdames W. B. areer,.fvYC: Hearin, N. U.<*Cox and Biles 'Nanette Campbell were ..among those from. Bolton who visited Anderson y'?sierd?yi Miss Matth) Dunlsp and Jack Slaton werb among those who visited An derson Sunday, Thc.followlng teachers if theBeHorr High' School attended the Teachers' Club in Anderson Saturday: Misses Katie 'Scott,' Prances Bums, Annie Childs. Hut...

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. — 18 March 1914

M ANDERSONJ??EILIGENCER Founded IBM IM Kurth Mala Street) ANDERSON, S. C WILLIAM BANKS, - - Editor W. W. HMOAK, Baslneis Manager ?. Entered According to Act of Con Brass a? f?cond Class Mail Batter at the FoHtoDJce at Anderson, 8. C. Fabllihed Erery Morales flieeit Mon?ay Heml.Weekly Edition oa Toeaeay aid Friday Mornings Dally Edition?$5j?i> per bbbobi 2JW for Six Months t $126 for Three Months. . Semi.Weekly Edition ? ILM per Annum; 75 cents for Six Mostest M cents for Foor Mentha. IN ABVANCB Member of the Associated Press and SIccrhing Complete Daily Telegraphic Service. --A larger Clrealatfdn Than Aay Ottl ar Newspaper la This Coagresslona) District. Toe Intelligencer la delivered1 by carriers in the city. If you fall to get yonr paper regularly please notify no. Opposite yonr name oa label1 at your paper la printed date to which year paper is paid. Ail checks and ; drafts shoo Id be drawn to The An derson Intelligencer. THE WEATHER Washington, March 17.?Forecast: South Carol...

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. — 18 March 1914

COTTOS ?ACTURERS ENDORSE TBE DUKE PUS '.Continued From Pago One.) rency bill a provision that-will enabel the South to finace its cotton, tbe best collateral In the world. But the cur rency bill, merely lay* the foundation. The Duke plan completes tbe plan, and dovetailB into tbe currency bill. Mr. Parker conclude! with an exor tatlon that the character of tbe stock] be made, such that it would be ac ceptable nil over the {world. John Q. HarriH, tile well known Crcenvill? county planter, who lives at home and eats at the ?aine place,. made s ringing speech in ad?opa<?y| of tbe bill. He deolafed that it would I make matters lighter for the byjiks and thati they would! be able to ea ten d thei farmers morel attentions / He urged the manufacturers to put this through a? a blessing to the farm ers. Co). C. S. Webb tbe well known cotton merchant, made a few remarks on the. idea that the warehouse should be located at points of substitution and concentration. Stewart W. Cramer of Charl...

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. — 18 March 1914

I-im^TTTTIiTfl -VA- V I I I r 1 ...HAVE. 4 iH^B^ (BUSINESS BETTER BtTSIN Sr ' I*, . V- ; *""i,!W?'.1?Fry?y.; NE 9 fi f? **w Biismessmim or ?very Business . il * wik*u ff : Man. ?^p^?i [Si f V i Kind; %r *>?V. : ;.. -if**."-? .t. ri s'fer-' ^uoiiar. ; . - -I fi* ! K|?W? ln The ?. <(!; T 13- <J?MJ- fli! r i m rvalUe It. ut. Those tuated ?re v?iri: there en ;o step by wild ore subject t0' | nun men. 'because >flnje physical Sgyi story iu l>iirt. s rt 'iede*. i me t tin t If invented wliuel or iat tlmt* no hese mode? ii? tond of ?tluie of uiy tuUr.il u'en?y "P ^^^rre^ntressy. : .frpm Dresden . lid, was trudg iTTiriet on the twenty yearn old ; Ktr?eli lue the mo " ?gra* of, the ; 'light; eye* ' is that -of n I h. won? unt| soiled, ly .protected-her from >r ruVe " wax h . lool; I Ifideed.shi* was a plc ^Dgt^g her. taking yiHe to dov>m nv ^WWsWC- -with my. 'mit lii iiuy IiUh* . Ing.' fTwiil?in.". I said, i: seimis to me Hint you^ehoul lib riding rather thnti walking." ...

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. — 18 March 1914

At The Price We ; ofe Selling Them iH; i I I)' ' V'l Sccoad-"-_ in First cred Iii Anderson . or easy lerms -% >~ ><v* MU] .911) !.. ? 2 ? f?s*j 1 IIIOK behind the car?and you'll realize why,Fords and Government; bonds: t are bought with equal as surance. Strongest fm$^Z dally?world-wide > 'in ^'cope?largestju v?lur?^ ; |TT1 i of|ou;tpiM We builcV ?ur 1 ? re^ii&t&H iitfa the v,car, hi ifT . JRY^UundrefV dollars is the pride of the mtk ruospouts; live fourtms "car ^w-fiv fifty; the town car seven fifty?f. o. Jt> Todd, local dealer,{A;nderspn, S. C. ijt you interested In something Neiy? - if so, ywtf should see the St. Regis patten.?a new design it*. Cnsnsr-uruiy "Siivtiii The slmpli City and gracefuhiess of this pattern will certainly appeal to you. We feature this not only because of its beairty, but . because of us durability. ; ..f> . JOHN M: ?B?BABD & WHERE QUA LITS 18 Al.WA Y8 HIOII E? ^ S>Hie pto -tiohr' up't?f? ystirj.'j ?fi*?ae sums of monuM^^M...

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. — 18 March 1914

.The Adventures of Kathlyne, or a Colonel in Chains A Thrilling Wild Anima ! scries of Features th?t will Commence at The BIJOU, Wednsed?y, Marcli 18th. This series will come Every Two weeks and will he in 2 reels- This series was written by Harlod McGrath, the Famous author of Popular Fiction. ' Willi KarMynV. rotations or lt?T-l K?*lf u-t it slave, I'riiKt- l'mlmilah, ln-r! pu ha-.i r. has Ht".' imprisoned in the. dungeon of the royal palace. There Hhv lunlr. !;< r fui lier, whom she wus! I'd Id believe had been deed. That worthy 'in h lo.io, eu raged, tri?-? with hi: hart' hanilH to cud tlx- lifo of ihr linj fful I nihallah, who intitules upon Un ir presence; Inn is drugged awuy hy hin retaillera. Thin iH brought alionl when l/iuballah inform Kuililyu Iliai itiie Ih to in- iho favorite of IiIh harem. Thin bo infuriated Co. Hare I hat llo is about to Mruuglc the dusky Prlne?, when Kathlyn implores him mil lo stall) his 11 : i wiih hlood. I'fiihailalr staggers in his feet, furio...

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. — 19 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. R8JAS MAY BE NEXT PRESIDENT SPOKEN OF AS POSSIBLE PROVISIONAL HEAD / OF MEXICO IF HUERTA QUITS Summary of Developments in the Republic of Blood On The* Border > I By Associated Press. Mexico City, March 18.?Forced by] increasing scriouensss of the financial situation in Mexico, President Huer tu at last appears ready to resume ne gotiations with Jobn Llpd, President Wilson's personal repr?sentative which wero. broken off laBt August reports eurrent in the capital tonight are true. Jose Lopez Portillo Y. Rojas, Min ister of 'Foreign Affairs, has been di rected to reopen the unofficial diplo matic exchanges ' with Mr. Lind, ac cording to the report hero and for thut purpose wont to Vera Cvuz to day. Where he will meet Mr. Lind is not known. Every, effort has been made to keep the meeting a secret, ohouia it nui to tako. place, the ...

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. — 19 March 1914

IMPORTANT :: NOWCES :: lu. I FOR SALE t?t lWf?100 Bushel Hope's Mexl ; chu Big Holl Seed .Cotton, us curly a smal boll varieltes . KURMAN SMITH. H-I8,:it. Th? Scedsuiun. WANTS W?NT?D?The ladles to know that I have the best ..curling Quid that can be bought. On aale at Mar.tln's Drug Store or Oarvln Barber Shop. Price $1.00 per bottle. D. C. Oarvln *7-tf. ?-*-1-T-: WANTED?Typewriter purchasers. We have over 200 new rebuilt and . second hand typewriters for quick aal?; ?It?ap. All makes. Price sheet on rennest.. J. JB. Cray ton & Co., Charlotte, N. C. : aaS-tf Wahlcd?Boys between the ages of 12 mid 16, to act as. agents for the An-1 dorson Dally Intelligencer in everyi town in South Carolina. A good' ? ?Position will be offered to! llSTLINO BOYS. Your friends I Will' glUdly subscribe to this paper at. 10b per week Daily and Sunday.' Write or call circulation Manager| The Anderson Dully . Intelligencer. Anderson;-SAC ' .8-1*? ?WANTED^ Feaj iBl tf? YarlUtSY Bs> highest 4NO. a'McG...

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. — 19 March 1914

* INTERESTING BU? * ANpNOlts * ?LAUDEA. CRN * V * # # * x u. u. if. ^ ^ laiton. Mardi 18.?Mr. and7 Mra.l George Urubba, of Honea'Paib, were| among tho;o in Bol ion yesterday. Mcidames H. M and D. ' A. Ooor wont to Greenville yesterday whore they will viHlt relatives. While in Greenville these ladies will go through the Jui'.son mill. This mill put? out a fine line of goods. T. Ii. Curtis of Anderson, w?s.-lwle] on business Tcusday. H. M. Addison, of Anderson may mentioned among those ! who .'Spent1 Tuesday in tho city of JEcRou. Mrs. P.sP. Robinson of Bejtoji, prdr] prfofreaa of "(?retchen Ion" herej wan a visitor to Anderson Tuesday. W. G. Templetbn. a traveling man of Abbeville, who - has many.', ftfyands hcro,. was among'those in* town yes terday. ' ' ? r . S. L. S?ilrl?y, o prominent tfe^atttl from the Shirley store section, was'aj bu.dnosB visitor here yesterday. A. B. Andrews, vice president *f the Southern railway and president of tho Biuc Ridge railroad, passed through BclLo...

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. — 19 March 1914

THE ANDERSON INTELLIGENCER Fosadei tm W"t~' - .? -'T? 1 . 1M north K*ls Nferee* AJDKR80H, H. C. : iU BA.1KH, . . Idftor ?MOA K, - Harts**. Haiscer ?.Kater*)?] W?-?rding **> AH *if (' 9%at>t ah Scctiad ria*? Hail Matter at tsc Fo-HojJice at Andern??, ft ' To?/tl?!n<? F. ?ery Morel?? lies at Jfooda} W#kvI-'.Y< t V>? Edition t?* fTatn^cj an* Friday Mwraiaft ' 51' r tlitlUD -UttUNI U?r ?Uft?AM #.i<) for His ttonthNt ttJU for Three KoptJbs, tfeuf*Weakly Kditme ~- lUM per A ii ii u !? ; > feat* for Mix Montai | M eealt tur Fear Month*. IS AllVAJCS Member of th? AHsueUted Pre?i and 1 i nine Complete Dally Telegraphic her rice. I larger ? ?-eulaUoa Than Aar Ota er Vr*??paper ta Tait CeafretileaaJ District The Intelligencer lx deliver**' by carrier* in the cV,. If yon fall to get /our paper regularly please notify ae. Ooposlt* your name on label of your paper in printed date-to which yo?r paper i? paid. All cae?s*. and drafts should bo drawn to Tes An derson Intelltgenoo...

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. — 19 March 1914

D 13 1 "Thepre Goes r Telephone * And more .than likely you're bi <n so with callers or right hi the midst of some important ( '..<! Bot you've got to go to that telephone,?and the stairs have got to be climbed, whether you like it oC not. , Now you don't try to get, along with one water faucet,? why with one telephone? Why not have an Extension Wall Telephone to bring the calls to you? Save the wearing tramp up stairs, or down. Have a Bell Telephone at your elbow, always. V $1.00 per month in residences. SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHO! AND TELEGRAPH COwtPAN' Black's 5-Lqck Seed Ccjtton. Free from Anttiragnose-Storm & Wilt Resistant. V ' \. \ % ; j?r t . 1,300 pounds of Seed CoJton makes 5OO^pounds Lint. what experts say: "Department of harm Improvement Workf,T<?outhern Railway Co." V . \t Mr. ?. Qi Hartmans?1 arn i*1ajj iha* ysb h S VC *^=d to place this seed -on the marBet Good %ew* are ra\ .^r scarce this year? I am fully convjnd?dthat the seed you have are al> right in ev...

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. — 19 March 1914

MM a? \3?:. $ i ?^ ',^ m 1 si I BN 1* : V.^' ?i ' .?vf. :S^Wt ' FC a \ u jungle to;slw devoured by v.fld m^ijiurtr ?ulvjeet to tfefcy have Mrtrength,. 11 globe t ' tfflryile on. ? in fa? Jtt thV time of nJy' 1 was muttUg ?? i???>s\Htut to d'tli tQMit* ue<?r tog. u'story-h story I if )r4iualie iwrt. per /daj?a.-e_ p d.e?. i tiicrtiinie tiinit If been. Invented I -<:ji 'a. wheel or. [ nb tbftt time no ;ber ttf these modes I;V*b&)lf: food ' of I rtsff<iu??f>y T |>rog're,s>i:)ii easy, .ffotfrforajlgay, and wiia tritdg-. when I met on the "tw^att jenw tiiit ' She w?tf of the vert hpht. eyes' l-waa tbut of u f.WBl ik?.tdf> ?'?>t front ?je; ^.??iutsuintav. X>U^Wr..fnv?'.. \vjj.Hltn-Jop.U. lie my ?pMkl . ng rat [fc ''Have_y!ytt far ?tK?.1V!*" ? pt?'^ to : woverty. ' i aiy hut hi my liaiui. led. for she lieAklfld'y . H-?fildvto r' sustenance. In, wy tv; raj ba#Jt.:'.a, u* su>' waist cun- ] nre I? ^c^Jouca** her. TVJ ~ vor luiKbe^ tt??i .'ortified v. nuute...

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. — 19 March 1914

How te Better the Liriag CsadJUoa* nt the Andergoa Mill Villages. t <W. C. Austin In The Comian.) I What are the conditions existing, around our home and in our commun-, UlcsT I - What ere wo doing to try to better, tbom? j What eiiuuiu we do? , ' 1. I .will take up the subject of; yard?. Flowers are pleasing to the eye;1 flowers are the works of nature. Tbe Master hand of all paints them and we P find that having them around us that wc are drawn nearer our Master... They" are a source of pleasure from the it niest tot to the oldest person. Yards f?ll of flowers comand admir ation arid respect from all whe^eee* them,- W?>?? better thins could jrgi do to command the respect of ev?gi class of people? if Wc-pc?p?? *ri\\ . eir?v? io'improve i our yards this coming, yoar I -fee^'afcvH sured that the officials ^ our mnTj,r who are always^ ready ror un im provement will heartily co-operate with us in this beautiful work. 3 -bit's go to. our gardens. Have we got them? Not all or us. W...

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. — 19 March 1914

if The House of Mystery 91 FEATURE PHOTOPLAY IN FOUR PARTS A Remarkable Detective Story Showing ihe Sensational Adventures of a Noted Detective and a Mysterious Robber Band. Andn w t?arliold. a banker, disown er] his uuti for marrying beneath h?* station. He b"r?rn? of h son's death ai?d r.-grets his action. He deter mines to locale in-- hod's widow und child In order to repair to some ex t-nt the results ol hl? harshness. He advertises for them in the newspa pers. The child chances to read the advertisement Her mother decides to rail on the bunker, but has nO suit aide uppnrel. She writes a note to S neighboring family UBklng for s loan, explaining the circumstance:). These people, however, are a set of rcgues. a:id take udvauage of lier confidence. Under pretense of help ing her, they make her und her child prisoners and lock them in u wretch ed cellar The woman then passes herself off to the banker as the widow whom he is Keeking. Having been Itv stalled In the banker's home with...

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. — 20 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. BURNETT IMMIGRATION BILL REPORTED FAVORABLY TO SENATE WILSON MAY VETO Pest Device So Far Suggested For Reducing Immigration { At Needed Point tr.y Associated Preis.) Washington, Mnrch 19.?The Bur nett Immigration bill with its literary teBt which Is finally retalne dis gen erally reported to cause President Wilson to veto the measure, was re ported on favorably today by the-sen ate immigration committee. Various' amendments to the bill as it passed I the house had been made, but the lit- , erary tost clause was unchanged. Of that provision the committee's re port said: "The bill contains one provision, intended directly to restrict immigra tion, although said provision also, in cidentally, is certain to an extent sc lectlva in Its oneratldn. tho 'Mt*>ir*f?v test has been adopted as the best de vice so far suggested for reducing 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. — 20 March 1914

PORTANT JOft B?s?,?! *Hofc)s Mo*l Boll Seed ?ottdn, nu early bot) vesieite* . FURMAN SMITH. Mill.' The Seedsman. fcllflMflllj- i i. , . m .li. .. WANTS Jadle* to know that i curling fluid that On aale at Martin's or (Jarvin Barber 8hop. per bottle. D. C. Oarvin Typewriter purchase , over 200 new rebuilt and hand typewriters for quick Snea p. All makes. Price request. J. K. Cray ton & lotte. N. C ms-tf Ifta Boys between the ages .of 12 i to act as agents for the An Dally. InteHlgftncer in every In SOuth Carolina. A good tton will be ottered to 1NO BOYS. Your friends ladiy subscribe to this paper per week. Daily and Sunday, ^all Circulation Manager Sop Daily Intelligencer, ?, 8.; C. 3.1*tf Heal Egg Machine?S. C. leghorns; S. C. White Leg ?vBajTPd Plymouth Hocks. W und- ?2 for i&; baby IB cents each; Barred Rock $3. each; egg laid while W. B. Rasor, 801 S. Main , or., Chlquola Hotel Barbei AWerson, C. C e.ad. t Board of Assessors for each in Anderson, couuiy: requested, to brin...

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. — 20 March 1914

nrif -ZTZZ-;-:- - . , .... . :... , UH'*. - * ? m.- , v. ,^-^-rrTj_^^==gg . B?LTON PACiaF devotcdt0 communicating - - ^^fg* - V news and advertising. 1 '! ' gift buying At ^hi? ?tore. Per hops that thottghtrW act occur red to jrom for so many iWRlej imagine that Jewelry i? "expen-, ?t1 ' ' Conte In And See i ??.US.?? Garden $ee?; We have the most com4? piete line of Gatzen [ Seed in Belton. Iffis^! are of the highest quality and we seel them at reas onable prices* Ask*for one of our Fith Annual Seed Lists. You will find it convenient'in selecting your wants. When in need of . any thing in the drug line, get it at FRIERSON'S if you want the best results. < - Hem 1 PHAjgy.?Y - my styles . ? . i '. - 6f Photographs are displayed in our r<ct:ption, room. We Invite your careful inspection of our "work and soUcH your patronage under \the guarantee that you are to receive first-class work. Pictures, Picture Frames, Kodak Hnisfiht?, Etc. Always pleased to show you our line. '- } Tue H...

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. — 20 March 1914

i'-tei i incur ISER rounded 19? IN North Main Strati ANDERSON, 8. C WILLIAM BAN?8, - - Editor W. W. SMOAK, - Business Manager ?. Entered According to Aet el Con greis as Second Gase Mall Matter at ike Pottoffice at Anderson? 8. G* -U-g-ti-? FehUsfaed Every Moralag Bxespt| Monday Semi-Weekly Edition on faeieay and Friday Mornings Bally Edition? $5.00 par aaaa?|l for Six Months I 11.2& for ?hree] Months. Seal-Weekly Edition ? %\M aar j Annum; 75 cents for Six Months I M j peats for Four Months. Df ADYANCB Mem her of the Associated Press and I Receiving Complete Daily Telegraphic Service? -_A larger Clraaleflon Than Any Oth er Newspaper in This Ooagrwileaal 1 District. _ _ The Intelligencer Id delivered by carriers In the city. If yon tall to et your paper regularly please notify vs. Opposite yonr same oa label at yonr paper is printed date to which yonr paper is paid. All oaecks and ?rai? wwjuid be drawn to The As Intelligencer. The Weather Washington, March \i.?Forocast: Hain and...

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. — 20 March 1914

A. IL Dagnail Mi Against Co Might Complicate the Present L Being Urged Bu?f Hst No ?c "' 1 : ' ' " The political condltons hV the third congressional district v.:!! : likely as sume a much different aspect in the next few days. It was Stated yester day that A. H. Dagnall of the Ander son bar is seriously' con sideling en tering the lists. Mr. ?aghall was aok ' t>d for a statqmertt, by, a roprenenUr Uvd of The Intelligencer and declined: to say anything other, than th,t! friends have advised him to run and j that ho is considering the matter verv, seriously: 1 Mr. Dagua'!.would make a rattling good rare-. Of that there le or ques tion. He is ap easy aoj graceful j Bpeaker, and he Is a close sod accur ate observer of human .nature. He has practiced at this bar for a num ber of. years and has been a kind of I free lance, taking cases and winning tliem whether it suited everybody, or not. He has'been president of tbe bar association of the county and when tho matter of suplying the v...

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. — 20 March 1914

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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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