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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 20 March 1914

Mb IdiOuga warn m ranch mai: Ils v.-?b ii typical weiterlief; bot-.having. m?de #&*> at raising sheep.Mie held bis b*a^ pretty blah. Sie had a dnugb ter,, Rosa, who was n rustlp benuty. MuidroVh.. didn't propose that' Rosa should taie up with h covniun^her.?r, uuytbJpg like that. He intended her for1 n rn'nchnisn. like himself. *?bo rodd;.j Over Iii? broad acres and bossed others; j A ranebumn came courtlog his daughter. ' true enough, but not the klud of ranchman Muldrough was lookiug for. His name wait Jub?s Stnbhs. He eime out from Missouri to start'ranch'ug on fifty seres of land nod with a t'.oxeu sheep. He was tho homeliest tt>un In the west, und so ig. notant nus he of western ways that be didn't even carry n revolver. He caught;'slgbt of Rosa Muldrough one day skltumlng along on horseback, for all the.'.world like u swallow, only a hundred'tluu-s as pretty, nud be want ed her right off. He wfts a very honorable fellow. Stubbs; was. almost as honorable as | be was' ...

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. — 20 March 1914

. hTTJJohn unle y ftraq^^? &'i g AT One man buys n lot in town for $2,000.00 und im? $2,000.00 left to hiillri a lionne?That moans ho mu?t ?et $1,000 00 to $l,r?0O.O0 more some where. The other l)iiyn just aa d?sirable a lot In North Anderson' Tor $700.00, leav ing himself $3.300*00 or enough to hiilhl u nice home. ! THEATRE TODAY'S PROGRAM. THE JANITOR'S FLIRTATION? Kdlsnn comedy, Jlnmiie dressea up hi hlu nlHtor'a clothes and flirts with the Junitor. ,.Tho boys toll the Janl tor*a wife, a tremendous Woniao, who wiiile chasing hubby, tue ?Irl and the boys down stairs, falls on them and forma n wedge that requires, a pojice-j man und the fire department to re-, move. TKAPPBD? , : ' K?lem?| A two part* drama featuring Marlon t I ta Is and Pauline O'Hurst. After a wVd and per'leiia .chasn tjtn outlaw is] unailv captured and placed under] tt'r/est. tv.min'i snt t.div ?IlltONt:?h> |?!L< 10c THE MAN THAT PUT TH SN MOVIES. SUMMER BLOOM- l\ ?NG BULBS > ? ?. i : ? it a < * 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. — 21 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. "Torreon WU Says Villa -j-? Has Marched His Army ' To A Point Overlooking His Eyes on the Feast (Spoeial Correspondence of the Asso ciated Press.) Yorrae, Durango, Mex., Mar. 20. General Villa and his army of twelve thousand rebels Friday invested the Federal stronghold of Torre?n. They occupied the environs of the city with out, opposition and tho day was spent in wheeling und dragging flald pieces, into place to shell tho Fcdcr.il tronch en, dug at ovcry point whare the F?d eral commander, George Refugio Vel asco expects attack. Volasco's army ls estimated to num ber MOO. South and Southwest of tho city his position ls regarded as impregnable hy reason of the moun tains through which only three passes run, and thcBe bave been rendered al most impassable by fortifications and barbed wire/ entanglements. In oth es- directions tin ci...

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. — 21 March 1914

WANTS ?The Indios to know that tthvc the best curling fluid that in be 'bought. On sale at Martin's | fjPUS Store or Garvln Durber Shop, g jprice $i.oo per bottle. : 1 Hb-; vO?Typewriter purchasers. Java over 200 new rebuilt and nd hand typewriters for quick cheap. All makes. Price on request. J. K. ('rayton &. ' arlotte, N. C. ra8-tf ?Boyn between the ages of 12 18, to act an agents for the An Dally Intelligencer m every In Sejth Carolina. A good sltion ' will be offered to INQ BOYS. Your friends gladly subscribe to this pape?* Oc per week Dally and Sunday, or call Circulation Manager Anderson Dally Intelligencer, ?rson, S/. C. 3-14tf KD.?Automobiles, Carriages Buggies to po .it. Experienced' ters, work first class. Call and our prlcea before having your| k <lone. We pan save you mon on'paint work. Karle Bros. ED?F?rst Class Tailor-1 Mm* W who underatanc'i Columbia Tationng Co. . ..It. . W. WfeHner St. the Board of Assessora for eachj fcslp ttt Anderson county: if-are reques...

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. — 21 March 1914

BELTON PAGE devotedto ^ welding of bewton and vicinity, and as a medium for communicating ..news. and advertising. ' 1 II "II.. _ ' Hi ? -m + # * # * * ? * INTERESTING BUD * ?ND NOTES Fft S * * # * * * * * * * * # ." %"\ ihVij Brown Avenue ; WM? Helton, 'Marcm 20.>-*-Br<O4... formerly known us Cray ton street, one of tlio handaomea't resldeht'sec tlonn or Helton la being widened by city council. The property owners on this ctroet agreed to giV? as much of their land as was necessary to make llrown avenue 64 feet wide. It was m ' cssnry to remove l* several trees, which 1h being -tfonc and when the v.o"k i3 completed will add much to the Improvemep?ol. this street^---^ PERSONALMENTION] Mrs J. E. McKtnoey .of Crow Hil . is visiting her son, J. H. McKicncy, near town. ? - The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. McCucn will regret to. learn that j their little five-year-old boy, Don nnld in 111 with pneumonias" Mrs. T. It. Holilday of? Belton", vims taken to Andersen ' Thursday- : ...

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. — 21 March 1914

THE UNPERSON INTELLIGENCER Founded IHN? x 12? Xorta Main Street A NBEKKON, S. < . WILLIAM BANKS - - Editor| W. w smoak - Business Manager Entered According to Act of Con-1 Kr?'KH as Second Clasn Mall Matter at] the Postofflee ut Anderson, s. <". Published Every Morning Except j Monday Beml-Weokly Edition on Tuesday and] Friday Morning Seiul-Weekly Edition?$1 50 per Year. | Daily Edition - $6i0p per annum; $2.50 for Six Months; $1.25 for Three Mouths. IN ADVANCE Member of the Associated Press and| Keeciviug Complete Dally T?l?graphie Service A large circulation lhah any other newspaper in this Congressional Djs-| trict telephoneh: Editorial.-327 Business Office - - - - - - 321 Job Printing - - - - - -693?L Local New? -,--_<. 327 Society News - - - - - 321-, The intelligencer 1b delivered by carriers in the city. If you full to get your paper regularly please notify us. Opposite your name on label of your paper it printed date to which your paper is paid. All checks and draft...

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. — 21 March 1914

SUMMER SCHOOL AT WINTHROP COLLEGE Faculty for Coming .Session toi '. Be Composed of Better Men Than Ever Before RqcW Mil}, March r^O.?Teachers rep-i resenting q'very phase,of. teaching ore writing to Winthrop college for copies of the Summer School Bulletin, Just off the. preste. it is expected that the | attendance this summer wllj tax the capacity ot the college dormitories at, these were well filled bust year. List stnumec 'there wer?.803 teach ers enrolled necessitating-a faculty of] W oUlcers and teachers. Of , those i|*f attendance lust summer IIS held cob , lege degrees, 74 were superintendents, principals and high school teachers, 6tf| were Intermediate-grade teachers, 961 primary teachers, 117 rural school j teachers, und five rural school super visors. Some of the Btudonts had not I tuught. This, coupled with the state, mento made by some of th? leading! Btudonts at the close of th? past ses sion, shows .that every p'^as^ In teach ing Is fuliy covered by the course of inst...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 21 March 1914

. it .1. ..z' S I re HAVE. #? S 1 mm M BUSINESS BETTER BUSINESS BUSINESS v.. V,. . , u-very Business 3* no n h fi. IF Vi ?s. ii w>. - m I no*'* ; ,jf tsfe .I* . s? * IP would take to t?k it over with yewu TrlE .1 mii.tiU.JlJ .ULI-JJlUi?lWMuJLJJJ m*LJiUUUUII???*i A Weli Coflstf?cted Plan Cawtfvrf te Ufe ?h? Car ried Ou? After tkatfi l'rd Travtiir wo* {?ft an, orphan ?BJf nlmteven but be w?a tf^i{ ??re(i'o(.; ; He llvi-d vv'th ibo: Iii brlaw him [.etat' uhIjih for ediu.ailu.ii. mot'tof. th? tibi?' t ibe 4je>. UUiiacir?. M'Xpwj *ejl | -iOvUU.. agit., whore9it -uiijjfht;.be? d Me woHkt bc curlcHHi an-B> hi*' ibfiiiK lie aRVuMiy.tU^^c^ew'^uaj? ~'<IWfr-?V Xb<tN<>*ti* rei?fi..b> vet ^r*A:^,i^x lilK,father had,left B^H^ i^-Fbctl??* *jW?:-. refwoi, to ? B4t? <wr?H.?MH;.i)?i}>?je?i wjth tu**u-j.: (S^^?r- <?HF? to be eutnmniilcoted to r only ax caph link in H?? -ebaixwrf] plau came op, be. doy^tb^ ujau. w4j<? had thu* ,fay I Ibe^i WNof .tJiij. bW e?ti<I t...

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. — 21 March 1914

Washington's Spy He H*d CaJowe W.v ol Getting 'f. a. mitchel i r n White vbltlog one of. the. historic house* w northern New Jersey?v od ihtffe nre n number of lorfc.hottita still MtUikUitJ?T?1 noticed emoii? <,ib.-i relles/of bygone Um? one of YiifiBtVJ ?liitthrft. old fashioned clocks suiiidmg soiifj six or seven feet high One may swf u clock of this kind fr^im-ntH in tHese day?. either nu nrithpie ormade ' j look antique, so Unit there we* nolle itlg especially peculiar nlH>ut thk4 one except that It wns a very hum- mif, My host, nothing me looking ii| il. told nie a story about the timepiece. "All the antique furniture Iii ?Iiis luiust*." lie suhl. Inn* lieeii here since 172V3. though w.uie uf.lt is en ill er thiiii thiit. There is u IkhI upstairs lit 'which General Washington slept when ho passed through this- place when he was going to tunke hl? lieadipiiirters nt M,oirtstowu. My geeat grsnilniot!?. er. then n girl of seventeen, was here ut the time and has left on se-Mi...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
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Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 21 March 1914

Good Shoes The exceptional novelites that to make our shoes Ulis spring liked by so many people show that we are on the rij(ht track. We said "Good Shoes" when we decided to begin in the shoe busi ness, and that's our motto today. WE WANT YOl TO COME TO our Ktoro tlint, we may put you wise to the new and prettiest in footwear. GEISBERG BROS., shoe con Under Masonic Temple SHOES THAT SATISFY as ni The first step tn our undertaking thai has been marked by success at every town, . (Sec Cabin ad In Afternoon Paper) m PALMETTO * THEATRE V^ TODAVS PROGRAM. BRONCHO BILLY, GUARDIAN? fajsa?gy Western drama featuring] (?. il Anderson. WHO >T\S t?IlLTYt Kleiu-Ciuos 15 reel drama. A dis charged < mployee Is accused of the death of t?>o manufacturer. A bof fllnfc-myate-y In which tlmo nnd Jus tier disentangles tlie knotty chain of i'ircuiuMunihil cvidonce. MATt'II M.tKISIi DABS? laililn comedy. r 4 Big Reels?10c THE MAV THAT PUT THE MOVE IN MOVIES. oooooooooooooooooi o o o WHERE TO GO 0...

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. — 22 March 1914

FIELD DAY ANDERSON SCHOOLS NEXT FRIDAY <The21nt1crso?i^ilj)TeUu)mcer VOL. 1. NO. S6. r-My, Ertaalfctod i860, Pally, to lt, lili, ANDERSON. 3. C. SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 22, 1914. PRICE FIVE CENTS. $5.00 PER ANNUM. uii/r IMUtC ARMY ONLY A FEW MILES] FROM) THE CITY OF TORREON THE TURNING POINT The Enuring Battle Will Make or Mar the Fortunes of The Constitutionalists Constitutions! Hospital Base, Fer nu ri il lo. Durango, Mexico, March 21.- | The rebel net about Torre?n virtual ly was drawn closer today and Gen eral Herrera fought the most impor tant hain? nf ?he week at Santa Clara, I 215 miles nort of Torre?n. Tr* the en gagement 10G Federals were killed, according to reports. The rebel loss is reported as slight, three killed and | Thc fight tpok placo over posses-1 sion of a- Bpot on the banks of the Big | Tlahualllo irrigation ditch where Herrera wishes to throw a bridge and the construction of wbicb be began immediately on retirement of the en emy, whose numbers he estimated at...

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. — 22 March 1914

Ililli!)!.^ We Wish to Announce that We are Now Ready for Spring ...Most of our lines of... are Complete, yet from Time to Time New Goods will be Added Our showing of Millinery this season far surpasses any previous year. The Ha4s are indeed marvel of beauty. Our Ready-To?Wcap Section is now replete with all the latest models and colors in high-class Garments for Women. We ask your early inspection of these various lines. Make your selection NOW for many of the Hats and Garments are very exclusive; there being only one of a kind. I, Always make this store your Headquarters and a place to meet your friends while in Greenville. fe? # ss tiwi !!i!!li!ll!!l!il!l!l!l!illl!!lllillH!i!lli)Uiiiil(ihl j NOTICES :: ?j FQRSALE i?k 8ALE-500 day o?d chicks 12' to. 15 cents each; coming off Ttyesdn? and Saturday; Buff- and Marred. Plymouth. Rocks; Buff andi :;;:HB|?n foghorns; matches off every j weak. Du CV Holland. Phone Coun try oporntor 3303. ?3$ HA LE-One Lieberman plano. I Slightly paed; pr...

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. — 22 March 1914

/m Do you feel the strain of h:gh prices and big expenses? Here is a chance to save a considerable amount of money and do yourself a good turn. Corne to THE BEE HIVE and see what a wonderful and extensive showing of New Spring Merchandise we have for you at the very closest prices, and especially thc fol lowing which will be put on sale at prices advertised ? MOTOR LINKN-HO Inri? Motor LL cn, north 25 cents yard, Monday on* ht the yard IS cents. BED SPHEADK-50 Brst $1 25 Criag. : let! Red Spre:id% abe <?x90, Mondar j each only SUM). * w RATINEH-5 Piece? Pretty Kiew Style'Retines, worth 50c Yard, Mon- - day only, the Yard j 24c LADIES* HANDKERCHIEFS - 100 Dozen 'Ladles' ?lille Hemstitched Handkerchiefs, some stores sell them at 3 certs each, Monday but ntyt ever tes to ji esliese?, 1 t'eut fach... : Mt;N\H 'HANDKERCHIEFS-AO Dosen II-...*.. II?w.ll."l.LI.. _Sx._I* >?*-.. v> M . MM. Mm \M\ mm \. . vnavkitf . rrx?a? ?nu IHVL and regular ."? er nt raines, Mondaj, . Encktunly :{ ...

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. — 22 March 1914

THE ANDERSON INTELLIGENCER Founded l*h? li? North .Mitin Street ANDERSON, H. C. WILLIAM. HANKS - - Editor W? W SMOAK - Business Munuger Entered According to Act of Con gress UH Second Clans Mail Matter at the Pontotlicc at Anderson, S. C. Published Every Morning Except Mondny Semi-Weekly Edition on Tuesday und Friday Morning* Semi-weekly Edition-$1 f>0 per Year. Daily Edition-$r?.00 per unnuui; $2.50 for Six Months; $1.25 for Three Mouths. IN ADVANCE Member of the Associa1 ed Press and Receiving Complete Daily Telegraphic Service A large circulation than uny other newspaper in this Congressional Dis trict TELEPHONES: Editorial - - - - - - 327 BuslncHS Office ------ 321 Job Printing - - - - - -693-L Local News ------ 327 Society New? - - - - - 321 The Intelligencer is delivered by carriers ia thc city. If you fail to get your paper regularly please notify us. Opposite your name on label of ypur paper ls printed date to which your paper is paid. All checks and! drafts should be dra...

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. — 22 March 1914

Do You Expect to Have a SPRING H OUSE CLEANING ? If so, why don't you get an ELECTRIC VACUUM CLEANER and give it a REAL cleaning, the SCIENTIFIC HEALTHFUL way, and save yourself that awful drudgery when using a broom? We will gladly give you a DEMONSTRATION THERE HAS BEEN A BIG REDUCTION IN PRICE Southern Public Utilities Company. Hello! . . . RING 2 14... . f What have you for BREAKFAST? Grape Fruit. .... ....10c Florida Orpil^p?. tiwcH a? SPgeC , ,. . ,?, ... ,??'_,V< AJC p?? 491s Kellog's Corn Finke?.".10c package New Nor nay Mackerel? fat and joley. .. .2 for 25c rrv??i Kri?.i?i?t- Kn Bm io Broil ... ... . 2sC u pu ii nu Fresh Country Eggs to poach ............. ;.20c dos Cold Meadow Butter, ase half the (?nantit y .. t..{.48e lb Seal Brand Folio, best on earth.40 lb Don't spoil your breakfast by drinking inferior coffee. VEGETABLES That Kent Uko fresh vesgtsbels . Fcruded String Benns ..lie the can Fern tied Limn Beans.15 and 20c the caa Fernded Spinach.15c the caa For tided...

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. — 22 March 1914

(Hy AKHIX lated Cress.) Cohan Twirler Kx(i<*ch>t! lu mar. Hllanlo I'altnoro. thc 19-year old Cuban, who Is trying out with the New York Giant?, ut Marlin. Tex., ls elated to bo a winn-jr this season with McGraw's loam. Chief Myara, who le Coaching tho pitchers of the Olanls this season says that the yellow-skin liod youngster has shown plcntv of . i'm to make thc pitching staff or the Giants, The correspondents it Mur ?ii -inve picked Palormo for a star, and nil have expressed their assurance that the Cuban will land a berth with McGraw's team. Who Has the New Cutest In tho past lt has been customary for tho baseball-scribes to. find now curvos, but tills yoar wc have been unable to hear of a singlo now curve that ia not already ht uso. A clip ping from , one of the sporting sheets says, "we have wondered for somo time why it waa that the eager scribes have refrained from discovering thc nev curvee, such aa the "double dip" bf the "phantom twist." This used to be ono of our gr...

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. — 22 March 1914

RODERICK LEAN All STEEL SPIKE TOOTH HARROW With Adjusting Lever Designed to combine great durability with light draft and complete pulverizing powders, as well as effective cultivation of young coni, wheat, mea dows, potatoes and garden truck. ? Design and Constructi?h-Simple in construe-1 tion, built entirely of special steel, rolled for the purpose, and well braced, it is practically inde structible. Np castings or maleables are used. It is built on the zig-zag plan, allowing team to draw from the center and being drawn straight, the sections are free to adapt themselves to uneven ground. The position of the teeth is controlled by a lever and may be adjusted to any angle forward or back ward, as best suited by condition of soil'. Can also be cleaned of trash in an instant without I stopping team. \ Roderick Lean Harrows are made as light as possible without detracting from, their stregth, on the principle that weight can be added when neces sary. A heavy harrow, will bury itself i...

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. — 22 March 1914

ATTRACTIVE FOOTWEAR Shoe buyers uro looking in our direc tion and well they may, when it's a ?luostion of Oxfords, aa this stor not only supplies ?hoe goodness and money saving opportunity, but Ox fordo willi cXSCtly an fashion dictates. Como, you'll find us busy with low prices on Rood footwear ns tho ahovo explanation. Under Masonic Temple SHOES THAT SATISFY ?I&?ZL HOME OF YOWR_Jl^^^&3 j^^OWN-l? A HOME tNPEEO/S<'^q^ #^ AN IDEA SW 1 ^f*^-* From j I^r^ NORTH ANDERSON --1 M^?^P , - iraSa^^^ C^FOR HOWC3> SEE . The fourteen pretty new homes In North Anderson present a splendid opportunity to any one looking for "Building ideas.** Whenever you wish to take an hour's roc rest ion you'll find something to Interest you in North Anderson ' "V * ' ; : : DB. W.H. WOODS SPECIALIST DISEASES of the Era, Ear, Nose und Throat Glasses Fitted Hoursi 9 a au te 1 p.m. S p. m. to S p. m. Offices : 806-10 Weekley Batidla* Evenings ky Appoiatmest TELEPHON iTcONNECTION ANDERSON, 8. C. Como 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. — 24 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. OVER MILLION BOLLAR HIM DURHAM; FUMES S?RAGING DUKE BLOCK, THE LARGEST IN THE CITY, DESTROYED ENTIRE BUSINESS SECTION MAY GO A Break in Water Main Made The "" <By Associai^ Press) *~ . t _ Washington, March 23.-President Firemen Helpless, The Wilson declared today;that in seeking c i TL- '?li I*16 repeal of the Panama canal , tolls supply ltmiout exemption, he not only was asking luijtnw?ii?ni l*!at the nation do that which it was inienmnem bound In honor to do, but was going - the way of the majority In the demo * . . . __ . eratic party. He pointed that when (By Associated Presa.) i the Panama act was passed, a majori Dur.,am, NJ C.. March 2?.-The en- ly of the democrhta then in the house, tine business section ot Durham ls voted against the tolls exemption, and threatend with destruction by a Are ??at ?Hy by a coalition of a m...

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. — 24 March 1914

J?DGE JETER C. PRITCHARD ? DELIVERED MASTERLY I * -ADDRESS TALK FERANCE -- Cardona Jurist Made f&r engest Plea Ever Heard In Electric Criy >t0re "the ^no?? for bVgimiW tho ibes Jn.the court house Sunday on, approximately Goo men had gathered and every'available ad been filled. During tbe ne-, tte song service, with Prof. tl.1 t? at tba organ, a halt bull more" gathered 1 and Ailed the ble standing space. The extra did not prove sufficient to seat krge crowd. Many were turned During tbe song service lt. R .King Sit with effect, "What a Friend Wc va in Jesus;" and Mrs. F. M. Dur-* t also favored the great gathering eevtioten with a vocal nuinbor, which wax greatly enjoyed. Judge Pritchard tfasi fittingly introduced by Capt. ll. li. 'Watkins of the local bar. .(Absolute silence r?igned, as the &Kj&*> Ju cain) and deliberate to nea MpmHied why be took thc t|tne from hi? ??f?ela* duties to engage In mak ing religious addresses. He said that his H??.v'mly Father had been...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
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