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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 24 April 1914

???N - - ( . ... .. y ... .. ir" distinguished from all others by its fragrance. The first time you get a whiff of STAG, you'll go buy some. In the pipe, in the tin, indoors, out doors, its natural lasting fragrance will win you at once and forever. Convenient Packages: Tho Handy Hajf Size 5-Cent Tin, the Full-Size lO-Cent Tm, tho Pound and "No Bite, "No SUng, "No Bag, "No String.1 Half-Pound Tm Humidors and the Pound Glass Humidor. . ? _ _ _ ifflilWHlM?i? For Pipe and Cigarette. .'EVER-lASTtN?-LY GOOD". P. LotiUard Cp. -Established ?76G You will be doing yourself a good turn bv installing a GAS RANGE. We sell them under the strongest guarantee $2 per month. Anderson Gas Co. Tho Farmers and Merchants Batik is prepared .to issue the American Express Co.'s Travel lers' Letters of Credit available anywhere lu the known worlds These checks provide an easy way of identifying the owner. They are Safe and Convenient. . j t's Jim Like This Wime yaw need glasses yon natur ally want tho best ...

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. — 24 April 1914

M ANDERSON INTELLIGENCER Founded 188? I north Mala Hire?, AN BE HUON, S. C. WILLIAM BANKS - - smiter W. W 8M0AK - Business Manager ?Intered According to Act of Con gress aa Second Clase Mall Matter at the Post-office at Anderson, 8. C. Published, Every Morning Except Monday .Weekly Edition on Tuesday and Friday Morning! il-Weekly Edition--$1 60 per Tear.! Dally Edition-$6.00 per annum; Sz.60 for Six Months; $1.26 for Three Months. IN ADVANCE Member of the Associated Press and j Receiving Complete Dally Telegraphic Service ? large circulation thsn any other newspaper lu this Congressional Dis trict TELEPHONE? I Atttortal -.127 Business Office.Ssl ' Job Printing.tts-L Local News. 327 Society M<Jwa.121 The Intelligencer la delivered by carri ern In the city. If yon fall to gat your paper regularly please notify M. Opposite your name on label ot your paper ls printed date to which your paper ls paid. All checks and drafts should be dr? m to The Ander aon. Intelligencer. The Weather W...

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. — 24 April 1914

B. ?. TILLMAN RAPS BLEASE SAYS THE GOVERNOR HAS LOST THE ENCAMPMENT T*f\ TUC CT* A TP 1 ML fiiNANci?L LOSS To Persons In Charleston Will Be Considerable On Acount Of Preparations Special Correspondence. Washington, April 22.-Senator Till man this morning undertook, ut the renu/>Ht of o numher of South Caroln ians to exert his influence with Secre tary Garrison to have the encamp ment sent to South (karolina, not withstanding the recent differences be tween Governor Meuse and the sec retary, which led the latter to revoke his order designating the Isle of Palme, for the encampment. The secretary told the Senator, however, that his mind waa made up, and that the en campment would he held in another State. Tonight Senator Tillman gave out the following Interview on the matter: "I have received numerous tele grams from friends in Charleston, and other places In South Carolina, beg ging me to use my influence with the War Department to get the secretary of war to select the Isle of Pa...

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. — 24 April 1914

NEAR WAR OK MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN ENTOMBED IN MINE, AF TER IT IS FIRED MILITI AlsT??LPLESS1 Battle of Striker? and Troops Lasts AU Day and Bloodshed is Reported Great ( Hy Assoc lated I'rens.1 Drover, < April i?#-tortee fan. yon Mine mid Mine Mo. ? al .Matron are barning, according I? ad? lee* re. reeebed ut headquarters nt lite Culled Mine Worker? here., lt WUK aPo snid w-omen and children from Delagoa and j Hastias? Bare hoarded a freight train fer Trinidad. W?B?ger .Murdered. Trinidad Celo., April ti. A report HU ld to nave been received from Major Harareek lair tods, siaiT ?Hat Man. ug?r'J. W. Cloie, vf the Empire and Non'bwestrrn Mines, hod taken refuge ??Iiis M ...>i Iiis men in the Empire I Mi_.it, ?Vilich then had been mealed and | tired hy strikers. liedles ef Wemen Eoand. Trinidad, Colo.. April 22.-The bodies of eleven children, two women and one mun were found late today In and about thc mina of the Ludlow tent c ol .ny hy a searching party sent out frc,.., hero h...

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. — 24 April 1914

NERVOUS DYSPEPSIA lUTarlaqky loads tc .???er??complication?. It li frequency fallowed br chronic Indigestion, gas i rills, rheumatism, and pernicious iruemta. The blood im Impoverished of the life sustaining goaUMSJand tb? weary victim la afflicted with , ons enr?le Ul after annih?r. until, e rrcct of bis 'orin-???,apjf. be draga out a sorry existence as * wretch? invalid. Fay That Cures -. blood, which will then supply iry food for tho nor?ea. gitlog them, rigor io maintain their funttlone. JO circle inf?, all th? procesaos if are brought up to normal, and the mad? io feel well. . Person's Remedy Purifies th* Wood, j lon Person's Waaacdy Steadier thc Nerves. foo Person's Remedy Ru (oreg flt? Digestion. undrads o? your neighbors testify to these __J. Tast lt yourseir-that's the surest way. i oar druggist ought to baye lt, If be cannot supply you. send bis name aud a dollar to the manufacturera. ROWDY SAUTS CORPORATION, Charlotte, North Carolin*. MrtsJet Penen'? Wash SagfJM nectloD w...

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. — 24 April 1914

Mr. Farmer! TOMORROW you'll be sending orders to town for your tenants. We want that order. We'll carry your account if you wish, 'till fall without any "extra charges." We think you'll find it cheaper to buy here in the long run, because we handle nothing but FIRST-CLASS, WHOLE PIECE, GUARANTEED MERCHANDISE-NO JOBS-NO SEC ONDS. Everything in stock marked in plain figures, and our PRICES ARE AS REASONABLE as ANYBODYS. Give us your bill for all your wants, at any time-WE'VE GOT THE GOODS. ReadyTo-Wear Garments Staples Underwear Millinery Hosiery Dress Goods Silks Shoes Etc. Etc. MOO RE-WILSON CO. ? I ? .yt ii fi .?..i mmfi FIRST AMERICAN BLOOD FLOWS I BO-FOUR IRIS DE III BAFFLE E E TO THE O. S. (By Associated Press), Washington, April 211-Marines and blue jackets from Ihe American navy today took thc customs house and a large section of Vera Cruz with a loss of four killed and twenty wounded. The loss of the Mexican garrison was not officially known here tonight, but was estimated at...

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. — 28 April 1914

~ SEMI-WEEKLY EDITION OF *\ TtjE 31 ntlc i san IntElliQEncef ESTABLISHED i860 W*klT, Ett*?l?*ei ISM* DmDj, to 11,1911. ANDERSON, S. C.,TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 28, 1914 PRICE fti.50 THE YEAR? ?~n---~-rn-rrmTm-m-mrrn-- ? i -? - i-? rn? _._ll _^ AMERICANS ESCAPE FROM! CANARA, SAVE OFFICIAL WHO STAYS AT POST WAS ROBBER BAND Carranzaista Threatened HU Life! As Consular Agent Attempts To Save Ur,S. Property (By Associated Presn) Nogales, Ariz., April 26.-A band of armed Mexicans started from Pagonia, Arizona, 27 miles northeast of here today and while marching southward toward the border have been robbing and firing on Americana. Consul Is Threatened. C. L. Mcntsgu*; American! consular agent nt Canaan, a rich copper mining town 45 miles south of Naco, Arizona, telegraphed to Consul Frederick Simpich that at 5 o'clock this afternoon a mob of rebels was congregating about the consulats and speeches threat ening Americana were being made. Consul Stays At Post. , All of the Americans except Mo...

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. — 28 April 1914

?. S. Ai MEI CLASH IN 81 HUERTAISTAS BURN AMERIO ING NUEVA LAREDO, Tr TEXANS ACROSS I SOLDIERS FROM FT. W TO SCENE AND F Several Mexicans Are Seen to la Been Killed Outright Who Up the Internatioual Brid Kiiied or ' (By Assorl Lar .Jo, Tex., April 24.-Ni town opposite here is in ruins tc fire set by Mexican federal soldiers destruction which did not end until before the guns of American soldie Two Mexi Two Mexicans are known t( States troops and several were s platoon from Fort McIntosh got mishes between the Americans ar succession as the Mexicans, their the burning city, began an indiscrii boundary, but tonight there was n eff$?t?ve. Property Lo Property damage in Neuvo L tile buddings destroyed were the buildings, postoffice, theater, the f section of the southwest, the rail rc Railway and other smaller structu At a late hour tonight the fii that it would be controlled until destroyed. Kerosene and other c the VflfwCkage, which otherwise w to the adobe construction of most Intern...

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. — 28 April 1914

Some Information About With reference to Vera Cruz-El Paso, Texas, and Juarez Mexico, mi^ht be compared a'tth the situation o> Chicago in , rete.* lon to Charleston. Juarez, or to give it the full name, Ciudad Juarez, for merly known as El faso ael Norte, is in the very middle of the north'] ern boundary line ol' Mexico. und Vera Cruz is the principal port, and is located on the eastern coast, toward the,southernmost part of Mex ito. . .,v v. . ; , - .". Miis #ives some idea of the wide area covered by the American forces at this time. Secretary Daniels has had *a patrol arranged to sault rifbng thc Gulf of Mexico, and the 1,5oo miles of the northern border of Mexico is being patrolled by the United States army. . Wv.;. population-of El Paso, Texas, is given a< 39,3 79 uv i<Jto, te?4<J fheVc are ot Rekurse many moie residents there, because th's count d.-es notJhclude the suburbs. Half of the residents are said to be Mexi cans. There are a ^re.it many South Carolinians i...

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. — 28 April 1914

THE ANDERSON INTELLIGENCER FouBded 18S? Iff North Mala Strati ANDERSON, 8. C. WILLIAM BANKS - - Bdltor W. W 8MOAK - Business MsnagoT ?Intered According to Act of Con gress as Second Class Vail Matter at Uta Postoffice at Anderson, 8. C. Fab?is?iM Every Morning Except Monday 1-Weekly Edition on Tuesday and Friday Mornings 1-Weekly Edition-fl 60 per Tear. Pally Edition-15.00 per annum; t.60 for Biz Months; $1.26 for Three ootha. IN ADVANCl Member of the Associated Prese and Receiving Complete Dally Telegraphic Service A large circulation than any other newspaper In this Congressional Dis trict TELEPHONES! MKorial - . ?T" - - - ir Business Office ------ SSI Job Printing.-888-L Local News. 827 Society News ..... 821 The Intelligencer ls delivered by carriers tn the city. If yon fall to gat your paper regularly please notify aa. Opposite Tour name on label af your paper is printed data to wblcb your paper ls paid. All cheeks and drafts should be drawn to The Ander son Intelligencer. ?WI ...

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. — 28 April 1914

1. lAMINS i Sumter Man Says He le. Not Tied Wishes to See Peace In South Sumter, April 21.-Mr. (Richard I. Manning Haid that it was (not he, but another candidate John LJ McLaurin, of Benuettsvllle, who had injected in to the gubernatorial raod the iBsue of "Hleaaiem". Mr. M?mling quoted from an interview of Mr. McLaurin, nu hi i shed a few flay? ago. In which tile Marlboro candidate said Mr. Manning had drawn the factional lines. Mr. Manning said that he had taken the position that he would not recognize factional lines unless forced to do so. On this point Mr. Manning made the following statement: In an Interview published April 15, Mr. John L. McLaurin misstated my position and sought to .shift the re BUonr'Mllty for the drawing of the factional lines. In his statement, Mr. McLaurin was quoted" as Baying that 'Mr. Manning has drawn the factional lines in his platform. Mr. McLaurin. has forgotten evi dently his statement on announcing his own platform on March 28, hr which he Bald...

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. — 28 April 1914

LUC AL BOY WON SECOND PLACE Brbyfet of Artrfetfbh Wa* ? CloiM Second F?ir Gtftfcge of Charle?, to? At Rock Hill Dispatches reaching Anderson froti Rock Hill last night .said that P. ES Brbyles of Anderson, representing thc College of Charleston, won second place ra the State Oratorical Contest held at Rock Hill last night. R. J. Syfan of Abbeville, represent ing Wo fiord college, won first place while H. P. .Smith of Yorkvllle, rep resenting tho Presbyterian College ol South Carolina, captured the third honor. People of this section will lake s particular pleasure In knowing that first ?nd spcond hon -rs came to Abbe ville and, Anderson counties and they will be proud of the showing made by Messrs Syfan and Broyles. THE BELTON JOURNAL New taper fussed for ti?? fcteae-vt di The People of the Ktand-lTpe etty. Belton has a bran new paper, and it promises to be Just the kind of news paper that that flourishing town de serves. The manager and editor, will be Claude A. Craves, who bas bsd...

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. — 28 April 1914

Ililli I, I -l-l I! ?j Os* of those TENNESSEE ** Qi.**} *<t ha** ?m receive ;:4fttfr Wage? i tory fl?oif you wOl BABCOCK, ROCK HI yo? the LAI SORTMENT from whcih to i Hie STATE. We have a GOOD LOT O you, and at figures that will pi Come to THE CHAUTAIN niruung through a week, and QUARTERS We wili be sh time y*e hope to have the ph our exteiunve stock of V?HIC MADE HARNESS, "Ma4e ? hearty WELCOME to alt J . PRICES and TERMS aie A Dont teak. old! Try Grandaaotbcr's receive to darken sac beautify faded, lifeless asir. Tuet beautiful, oren a??ade of dark, glossy halr.cao.only.be bsd by brewan* a mixture bf Sage Tea and 8t4p*u* Your bair ia.your charm. It makes or mars the face. When lt fadea, turns gray streaked and looks dry. wispy and scraggly, just an application or two. of Sage Tea and Sulphur enhan ces Its appearance a hundredfold. Don't bother to prepare the tonic; you can get from any drug store' a. 50 cent, bottle of "Wyeth's Sage and ness andi lustere of your h abd re move d...

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. — 28 April 1914

DUE WEST WILL COME IN FORCE College For Women at Th? Point Want Special Train Run For Chautauqua It was understood lust night lu An durson that L. D. Menage of the <*ol loge for Women at Due West had n quested un arrangement by which Hpeclal car might he operated to Au derson over tho Piedmont & North ern lines on Thursday night for th appearance of the ben Qroei player here with thc fii'dpath Chnutauijui TIIH matter wu? ut once taken up wit C. 8. Allen, general paHi.engc.r ugen of the I', ait.-l N. ami it ls uudcrntoo that the special train will prob ably be operated. Thin will bring largo number of thc young ladies froii Due West tu Anderson lor UK- be! '??i- ! players und probably a nuiu ber o fthe students from Erskine col lege. Greenwood has been making strong bid for th?* Due West attend ance an titn* fact that thc student mould prercr Anderson IH a matter to congratulation, dui? in ail prohablllt, to the visit of the Anderson booster laut Thursday. MILL LEAGUE IS TO BE...

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. — 1 May 1914

April 28-DON'T MISS THE CHAUTAUQUA_May 4 Intelligence? ESTABLISHED i860 7*sUj, Establiafted IBM} Dafly, ?ss. 1% m*. ANDERSON, S. C., FRIDAY MOANING MAY 1, 1914. $1.50 PER YEAR I REFUGEES FLEEING FROM MEXICO WIRE WILSON TO FIGHT IT OUT THREE HUNDRED STRONG, ON ONE SHIP, THEY DECLARE OUTRAGES SUFFERED IN MEXICO SHOULD BE REVENGED BY AMERICAN GUNS Consultation Is On In Washington As To Advis ability of Mobilizing the Militia of South Carolina and Other States and Colum bia Will Be Muster Ground If Call To Assemble Is Made / (By Associated Pres*.) New York, April 29.-Brigadier General Rob ert J. Evans, commanding the Department of the East of the United States army will go to Washing ton tomorrow to take up with the war department the question of sites for the training camps of the ninth and tenth divisions of the state militia in the tevent of a general mobilization. In the ninth division are the national guards of Florida, Georgia, and the Carolinas, and pi the tenth Alabama, Mississi...

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. — 1 May 1914

PROGRAM WAS RENDERED YESTERDAY; 3 ENTERTAINMENTS fifEN GREET TODAY Dr. Ott'? Superb Lecture Last' Night Mad? ? Telling Effect On Large Audience ? (From Thursday's Dally.? 1 The second day of tho Chautauqua adtf?d to the good impression formed on account of the excellent program on the first day. For the morning lecture Dr, Leslie W. Bprsgue was substituted for Byron W. Long, who is ill. Dr. Sprague will continue these morning lectures through the week. His subject yesterday morning was "The Univ ?rae and You and Me." Dr. Sprague has bwn a prominent preach, cr In New York city and was secretary I of the social welfare work of thu j federated churches of New York city. Hi? address yesterday was along sociological lines and was very help ful. He will speak again at 11.30 Thursday morning. . The afternoon program yesterday) was vary much enjoyed. There was a half hour of varied musical offerings by the Harmony concert company, in which the harp, banjo, guitar, vlo 11 a, pl au?, bells, s...

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