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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 30 October 1914

Dp It Now ! i ** y! " '-"??- .? . i"?"- .* <- **. . ? Make a small deposit each week in this Financial Stronghold, arid by adding a little each week to your Bank Account you;ll be sur- " prised at the rapidity with which yob can accumulate a snug sum "Big Oaks from little Acorns Cr o Wc" The'same applies to our SAVINGS DEPARTMENT WHEN REVERSES COME Your worry will be reduced to a minimum if you are in a position to mset all obligations with a check on T he Peoples Bank LEE G. HOLLEMAN, President D. O. BROWNE, Cashier E. P. VAND?VER, Vfce-Pres. Bleckley Building, Anderson, S. C. A THIS IS WHAT OUR SALE ON LARD AND COFFEE LAST SAT URDAY AMOUNTED TO And we are going to. give you the same goods at the same price again next Saturday, 31st, and Monday, Nov. 2: io pound Buckets Flake White Lard. 95c 7 pounds parched Rio Coffee.,.:$1.00 Royal Flour, cost today in car lots $6.25". Our price for ten days; only ._. ............_.......V.'t.S?.oo Just 100 gallons of Molasse^f?r feeding left ...

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. — 30 October 1914

THE ANDERSQ?SJNTELLS8ENGER f.. BOUNDED AUGUST I, 1860. i 126 North ?Kin Street- ~~ ANDERSON, S. C W, W. SMOAK, Editor and Bus. Mgr D. WATSON BELL.City Editor. PHELPS SASSEEN, Advertising Mgr T. B. GODFREY.Circulation Mgr. E. ADAMS. Telegraph Editor and Foreman. Entered as second-class matter Ap ril 26, 1914, at the post office at An derson, South Carolina, under the Act Ot March 3, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION BATES .Scmi-Wceklr OIK Yeur.91-50 j Six Mon thu .761 Bnlly ODO Year .$5.00 Six Months.2.60 Three Months . 1-25 TELEPHONES Editorial und Unslness Office.321 Job Printing .693-L The Intelligencer ls delivered by; carriers in the city. If you tall to get your paper regularly please notify us. Opposite your name on the label of your pnper h printed date to ?which our paper is paid. All checks and drafts should ho drawn to The Anderson Intelligencer. DAILY THOUGHT. "I'm growing fonder of my staff; I'm growing dimmer In tho eyes; I'm growing fainter In my laugh; I'm growing deeper In my sighs...

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. — 30 October 1914

Soldier to Hi Wounded and Left tn the Rain ai Lean on His Elbows to Kees Soldier Writes of the Ho in Reflection on PARIS, October 27.-These extracts ] from the letter of an unnamed French | soldier to his father in Paris . are published by the Figaro: "Wounded In the stomach about 6 o'clock in the morning, I am left in the rain- and in mud so deep that I am obliged to lean on my elbows to keep my head out of it "The battle continues to rage. I am between the two camps and, with out exaggeration, more than 150,000 bullets pass over me,' Some struck at my sides .and I expect each mo ment to receive one which will cut short the spectacle. I remain thus helpless from six in the morning un til four'the next afternoon aad tho rain does not Btop. It is then that I appreciate the need Of an umbrella, I who never carried one. I unbutton my coat but I am unable to detaer mine the gravity of my wound for there is as much mud as blood. "Toward two o'clock there is a lull in the firing. I await ...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 30 October 1914

ONE HUNDRED AND FIVE MEN BEYOND HOPE OF RESCUE 30 TO 40 ARE DEAD Twenty-Eight Bodies Recovered. Deadly Fumes Prevent. Res cue of Mon. (By Associated Press.) ROI/ALTON, 111;, Oct. 27.-One hun dred end live men, trapped on, the low/r level ot a burning mine near hera today,' aro believed to be beyond hopo of rescue. Thirty to forty oth ers ot the 308 who entered the minc thia momlns were known to bo dead. Twenty-eight/ bodies have been recov ered. . ' The mine belongs to tho Franklin Coal, and Coke company. Tho' fire followed a gas explosion. Deadly fumes prevented, rescurers from roaching tho men on the lower level. X Of, Um hundred and, 'fifty token from tho mino, more t hun 80 had h con Overcome by? tho gas. .. Two died later. S A mine r?sous car from Henton, ill., arrived nearly four hours after tho explosion with a supply of oxygen helmets. Tho work of rescue thert was pushed with vigor, but only dead bodies wore found. V Experts said tonight it would bd impossible to subdue tho ...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 30 October 1914

Friday, October 30,1914. PACE SEVEN A Regular Weekly Feature ipr the Farmers of Anderson and adjoining P^H^?'M??K^ ??r *"nis paire glaj?y received. Farmers' 10M t?e!ps By 6?-Operat?on . ? . ... -s; ? : i ' ;"? ,. Local Organizations Are the Nucleus to Larger Bodies-Many Benefits Are^ Derived by tile Agriculturists Through Their Associations in The Union?. ? ? ?.. The War and Ai W1U the European war, by caufclng on increased demand tor agricultural producta, benefit the farms of this country? It is by no means certain that it will. ' The 8a-ing>5 bf tho world in One year may amount to $500,000,000 or ?6, 090,000,000; the war Will dent roy that amount of wealth in titree or four months. Consider the resulting scarc ity ot capital throughout the world, tho consequent restriction of produc tion, the diminished supply of labor, the increase in the rate ot. interest Farmers .cannot escape the effects of auch economi? disturbances. Supposo that most farm products do advance: does it fol...

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. — 30 October 1914

ICarhartt's Overalls We sell this famous line and have said time and again what we sav now, that Carhartt's are the best famous Overalls and Working I Garments in existence. Railroad B?ue-Carhartt's-all sizes pants and jumpers, $1.00 the garment. Brickmasons-Carhartt's-all sizes, $1.00 the garment. Expressmen's neat stripes-Carhartt's all sizes. $1.00 the garment. This is perhaps a titting place to sav that I Carhartt has spent nearly-a million dollars I in the establishment and construction of the Carhartt Cotton Mills in South- Carolina. m Here thev spin and weave onlv th? best cot ton, and with unlimited facilities and re sources produce the most wonderful Overall Cloth that has ever been made to further the already world-wide reputation of Car hartt's Farmers O vt rails. We sell Blue'Ridge Union Made Overalls -all skes-at 90c a pair. Outside of Car hartt's thev are about the best vou'll find. THE BEEHIVE j G. H. BAILES, Proprietor TOUR OF Tho following is (ho first install ment ...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 3 November 1914

TUESDAY A^D FRIDAY ?5 1111 1 1J 1 " 1 - - ! r i II^ mm i ? i _ i ! i ? in,!.M ' _ Wce??i, Hsi?DUshed ?scoj Daily, Jcn.18, 191*. ANDERSON, S. C.,TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 3, 1914. PRICE fl.50 THE YEAR. WAR DECLARED BETWEEN TURKEY AND RUSSIA GERMANS RENEW THEIR EFFORTS TO REACH PORTS ON ENGLISH CHANNEL The Allies Have Brought Up Land and Sea'Forces , In An Endeavor to Check This Second Effort of The Germans to Establish Themselves on the French Coast. ON THE WHOLE, IT APPEARS THAT THE SITUATION ON THIS MOST IMPORTANT BATTLE FRONT REMAINS MUCH AS IT WAS WHEN THE GERMANS CEASED THEIR HEAVY ARTILLERY FIRE FOR REST. (By Associated Press.) at Rome, where one of the ministers. Rested a,nd with fresh . reinforce- Sipor Rubin 1, ^ resigned, and Pre -ii. - mier Salandra is faced -with the pos ments supporting thew, the German 8ibinty of having to form a new mto t roo ps who have boen, battling In Bel- istry. The crisis has been brought ?.um and the north pf Prance are re- about ?y 016 Question...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 3 November 1914

Economy In F As Well J Wai deuhtisss Bs Os? sf the Lee? United States, Not Only Be, But of Probable Shortag Special te Tho Intelligencer. WASHINGTON, I). C., Oct. 31. Doubtless ope of the lessons of 1914 to th? farmers of the United States will be ,economy ih fertilisers as Wei! as in ? ot nor lines. This is likely not only becauso' of enforced economy as In ali; lihou, 'but because of a probable shortage' and corresponding advance in price ot fertilizer ingredients which have been customarily Imported from Germany." Besides, it is weil known that among the most serious "leaks" I in the average farm ls the waste ot ? refuse that would, if properly han dled, make good fertiliser. Having this idea in view, tho de partment of agriculture has just Is sued a statement legardlng the value of thu wood lot or woodpile as a fer tilizer producing cheney, and indicat ing ho\v tho supply ot both fuel and fertiliser may be conserved by tho Improvement of the wood lot It says: "Every farmer needs...

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

u ? * PoMlshe? Every Tuesday, io Tbe Da?ty and Seid-WeeUy Iotel?igeacer j?? devoted to the cause oi Euucatio? ia Anderson County and everywhere. PAGE :.IV,:. .?tKi. Miss Garlingto Improvemei Miss Maggie M. 'Carlington, riiral school BuperriBor, is planning a con ference for the school improvement society, to which evory woman in the county belonging to. any, Boclety 1B invited as well .as all the lady teach- , ?rs. Tho meetng. will be held in An derson November 21, and Miss Gar lylngton haa planned a most\ntereat Ing day for the ladies. This -xviii be tho first meeting of its kind ever held in the State, and much interest at taches to this fact as well as to the - purposes' of the meeting. Among those who will be present and assist In this meeting are: HON. Leuco Gunter, state rural school sup ervisor, and Miss Will Lou Gray, rural oooooooooooooooool o ; KONEA PATH o! o :Ti }f%fl, '"ol O O O O Ooooooooooooo! A very interesting feature in con nection with the Behool work TB "Tho Stor...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 3 November 1914

NE ANDERSON INTELLIGENCER FO?NPED AUGUST I, im. !25 Nortb Male Stn ?t AXDEBSON, H. C. W. W. SMOAK, Editor and BUB. Mgr D. WATSON BELL.City Editor. PHELPS 8AS8EEN, AdvertlHing Mgr T. B. GODFREY,-Circulation Mgr. EL ADAMS, Telegraph Editor and Foreman. Sutured aa second-class matter A[ - ?il 28, 1914, at the post office at An derson, South Carolina, under the Ar. of March 3, 1879. SUBSCRIPTION BATES SemMVeekly One Year.$1.50 Bix Mouths .7D Daily One Ycnr ...$5.00 Six Month* . 2.50 Three Months .... 1-26 TELEPHONES Editorial p.rd pastness Ofllce.821 Job Printing .693-L The Intrl?Toncer is delivered by carriers in the city. If you fail to get your paper regularly please notify us. Opposite your nu mo on the label of your papor Is printed date to which our paper ls paid. Al1 checks and drafts should bc drawn to The Anderson Intelligencer. oooooooooooooooooooo . . ; ONLY o 44 More Shopping % . Days * I Before X'mas. J . ? a . . oooooooooooooooo040 0 The Weather. South Carolina: Fair Sunda...

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. — 3 November 1914

CDon't be ??Too Late I" Have you seen your chickens moping;, sneez ing, coughing, eyes watering and heads swollen r Have you seen them iightforbreathanddie? That'sROUP. Irs humane to relieve them. It's dollars saved to cure then?. COHK?Vs HOUP 3BMBDY DOSS THE WORK &0-j aod 81 postpaid, BaUfiiocUon suarantced. FOB ?ALE BY EVANS' PHARMACY, Three Stores. Pensions Coramiitee to Memoralixe General | Assembly Held Conference at the State Capital. At the Andersop- rennten of Con federate veterans in May a r?solu-1 tlou. offered hy D. W. -McLaurin, wat | passed authorizing the major general commanding the division, to appoint] a committee of seven, one from each congressional district, which shall memorialize the next session of < thc legislature to pension all bona ddt Confederate veterans in South Caro lina c This committee met Tuesday nigh and' after discussing the matter de-1 elded to let. the chairman call the committee to meet during the first] week of the sitting of the 1915 '...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 3 November 1914

An Unusual Opportunity The special departments of Anderson Col lege can enroll a few more pupils, and the Col lege invites the ladies of Anderson and vicinity to take advantage of this opportunity. PIANO ART Prof. and Mrs. Goode Miss Ramseur VOICE DOMESTIC SC?ENCE Miss Stranathan Miss Murray VIOLIN EXPRESSION Miss Smith Miss Wakefield Whether you contemplate taking up. the study of any of these studies or not, we will be glad to have you visit the College and see the work that is being done. Anderson College DR. JAS. P. KINARD, President ssa Accident Joe Norri? Had to Drive His Au* ' tomobila Into the Curb to 1 Avoid Collison. M ? ? ? '- . . ' -- . ; I ?. As ho was Btarting for Hartwell, Qa., Tho Orr Mill peoplo declared yes arlylng" down Wost Market street. Job tord?y that no moro welcome speaker dorris and.his companions had a nar- could have been secured for tho sec row escape from a collision with a ond event on the Y. M. CA. series of buggy and-Mr. Norris was forced, to lecture...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 3 November 1914

NOTICE OF COUNTY TH?ASUB?B The books bf tbc County Treasurer will bo opened for tho collection o? State, County, and School taxes tor the Fiscal Year 1914,"and Commuta tion Road tax for tho.year 1?15 at tho County Treasurer's office fr?m^?c*1 tober 16th to December 31st, 1914. After December ' 31st, ona - per v cent penalty will be added; and after Feb ruary 28ih. seven per cent penalty will bc added. Hil the 16th day of March, 1916, when the books will bo closed. All persons owning property ra moro than one township or school dis trict, aro requested to call for receipts In EACH TOWNSHIP OR SCHOOL DISTRICT, in which the property Is located. Ou account of having: BO m?ny school, districts this request ia very important to the taxpayers and will to a largo ?it?nt eliminate extra cost'and penalties.'' The rate of levy ia Ss follows: ( ... State Taxes ..'.'. .V... ... .6 Mills Constitutional School, Tax ..3 Mills Ordinary "County Purposes' 3 1-2 Mills Past Indebtedness. 1 mill Road a a...

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. — 3 November 1914

TUESDAY A^D FRIDAY ?5 1111 1 1J 1 " 1 - - ! r i II^ mm i ? i _ i ! i ? in,!.M ' _ Wce??i, Hsi?DUshed ?scoj Daily, Jcn.18, 191*. ANDERSON, S. C.,TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 3, 1914. PRICE fl.50 THE YEAR. WAR DECLARED BETWEEN TURKEY AND RUSSIA celebrated hi? birthday with 40 little] friend?. Witches' and ghosts are par ticularly interesting to little folks and they fully, enjoyed this happy .occa sion and left wishing their young hos tess many happy returns of the day. l ittle XISH Burri** Kntertalns. Mr. C. O. Burris' pretty home on j North Main street was the scene of another Halloween party when his, young daughter, Miss Louise Burrisu entertained in honor of her ninth' birthday. 'About 150 little folks were1 present, with plenty of ghosts and witches. A fortune teller proved a' source of great pleasure to the child ren. A sweet course was served and each child given little candy hearts, each bearing inscriptions.. Small pa per black cats were the appropriate) souvenirs. Miss ('alhen...

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. — 6 November 1914

TUESDAY A^D FRIDAY ?5 1111 1 1J 1 " 1 - - ! r i II^ mm i ? i _ i ! i ? in,!.M ' _ Wce??i, Hsi?DUshed ?scoj Daily, Jcn.18, 191*. ANDERSON, S. C.,TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 3, 1914. PRICE fl.50 THE YEAR. WAR DECLARED BETWEEN TURKEY AND RUSSIA DEFIED TAKING WARLIKE ACTION TURKEY HAS DEFINITELY BROKEN OFF DIPLOMATIC RE-' LATIONS WITH GREAT BRITAIN, FRANCE, RUSSIA AND SERVIA-SPECULATIONS RIPE AS TO WHAT BALKAN POWERS WILL DO (By Aa?oci?utl Fm?.) . is evidouce that tho new main effort LONDON, Nov. 4.-Turkey has de- of Emperor William's forces to break finitely broken off diplomatic relations through at this noint has not really with Great Britein, Prance, Russia commenced, the Germans continue to and Servia. Her diplomatic repre- brmg Up reinforcements andi under sentatives in the capitals of these the cyes of ^ emperori ore preparing countries, acting on orders from the to make another big attempt to get porte, today demanded and received through to the coast Gaeir passports. Somo already...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 6 November 1914

ni ITU nm Ulm ncr,, ALLEGIANCE TO 0 EIGHT U. S. SENATORS AND SIX GOVERNORS WERE ELECTED ONE IS IN DOUBT Underwood, of Al?bame, and Hardwick, of Georgia New Senator? Elected. (By Associated Press.) ATLANTA,'GA., Nov. 3;-The 8outhl retained its traditional allegiance to the Democratic party in today's elec tions in the various States. Eight United States 'senators, all Demo crats, and six governors were elect ed. The only Democratic gubernatorial nominee whose election was not defi nitely assured hy the early returns was R. L. Williams, ot Oklahoma These reports showed John Fields his Republican opponent, polling ' o large vote and only a few hundred votes behind will lam a. Later re ports, however, showed Williams still ahead. . . Congressional districts in which the results ware lett in doubt by thc returns available up to midnight In eluded the eighth and tenth North Carolina, the fifth . Tennessee, the eighth Oklahoma and the third Louis iana: - F. A Linney, Republican, opposing R...

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. — 6 November 1914

POWER'S ????L MM AND MONDAY I W? Con Ypu? - I cannot alford to charge goods to any one at the following special'prices iijVl?ss they have been paying me up in full at least once a month'.' Can YOU afford not to put yourself in position to share in our bargain days? 25 pounds Gr: nulated.Sugar...'. ... . .$1.65 Jo pounds Snow White Lard.... ...... ......... ... Home /frade Molasses, 1 gal. jug.. .. ...... - 60 Very best rice, 1.4 pounds. .... 1.00 Br?ken.Rice, 18 pounds. ... ... ... ... ..... 1.00 Peart Grits; 8 pounds ... ..... .25 .-arge Cans Tomatoes, per doz..... 1.10 Pink .Salmon, tall cans,..-. ... ......... ... ... .'10 ?-?aper Shell Pecans, County Raised.. ... .20 We have good trades all through our store and rriarket. Our market is chock fulj of me?ts such as, Fresh Fish and Oysters, Mutton and Veal, Pork *nrl Pork Sau sage-Native? and Western Beef. Liver, Brains and Tongues, Sli? .?? Eacori arid. Ham. ?ol?ed Hams and Pig Souse, Frankfester Sau sage, etc Ask yourself tlys ^u...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 6 November 1914

THE ANDERSON INTELLIGENCER FOUNDED AUGUST J, im. ?2S North Si ai ii Street ANDERSON? S. C. W. W. 8MOAK, Editor and Bus. Mgr D. WATSON BELL.City Editor. PHELPS SASSEEN Advertising Mgr T. B. GODFREY.Circulation Mgr. BL ADAMS, Telegraph Editor and Foreman. Entered as eecond-claes matter Ap ril 28, 1914, at the poet office at An derson, South Caroiina, under the Act of March 3. 1879. SUBSCRIPTION RATES Semi-Weekly One Year .$1.50 Six Months .tl Dolly One Year .$6.00 Six Mouths . 2.60 Three Months .... 1-25 TELEPHONES Editorial nvA Business Office.321 Job Printing .693-L The Intclllrcneer is delivered by carriers in tho city. If you* fall to get your pu per regularly please notify us. Opposite your name on the ?abel of your poper U printed date to which our paper is paid. Al1 checks and drafts should bo drawn to The Anderson Intelligencer. oooooooooooooooodooo . ? ; ONLY J es O o o 41 . e e Moro Shopping % * Before X'mas. ? . e o O O o o o o o o o o O O O O O J O o o This is the life-and...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 6 November 1914

HEARTY INTEREST IN STREET PAVING HERE! MAY ASSESS ABUTTING PRO PERTY OWNERS PERMANENT WORK Outcome of Tuesday's Election Awaited With Confidence on Part of People in Anderson About the only , reason that Ander son people feel any interest in the meeting ot the State election commis sioners, held in Columbia next Tues day, ia to ascertain the ontcome of the amendment to the constitution which will sive the city of Anderson and other cities in this State the right to assess abutting property for tho pur pose ot permanent improvements, which amounts to saying that the city desires to make the property owners; along certain streets pay a part of [ the cost of the street paving, now be ing considered for thia city. Before the amendment. becomes a law it will have to go before the peo ple- and will have to be approved by a majority-of the voters. The amendment proposed for An derson gives this city the right tc asseas the property owners on either Bide of the street one-fourth the cost of...

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

DEMOCRATS LOSE TWENTY SEVEN IN NATIONAL HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES i GAIN 2 IN SENATE Charles S. Whitman Overwhelm ingly Defeats Glynn for Gov ernor in New York. (By A s pori a ted Press.) NEW YORK, Nov. 3.-Returns up tn midnight with many congressional districts unheard from showod Re publican gains of Iwenty-soven mem bers in tho national house of repre sentatives. At that. hour seven Democratic seats in New York Btato had boen overturned; five in Illinois with pros pects that this would bo Increased Still further; four in New Jorsoy; throb In Pennsylvania with probabill-j tics, of moro in accordance with th' general result in that Stato; one in Indiana; ono In Maryland; two In Massachusetts; five, the entire State delegation, in Connecticut, and ono lu Ohio, formar RoproBont?tlvo Nich olas Longworth, of the first district, | having defeated Represent ntl vn stan ley E. Bo vvd lo, who retired him two| years ago. Indications wero that tho Demo crats, might Incoraso thoir majority in ...

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