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

.?' .? ? ' - ^ ? ?' ? 1 .y--.-1-.-'--;-'?*-----j ., cits -t?M?A-' ? ; . : y i ? ^^^^^ _._?0 ..; . _ [o&jivol$0 jS?tool Improvoimnt ait?o >Hs i's*. iH? :an?uty-&*end ft 'wwi** * % iw :??&iW .of MP 'icfto?f? ?owiiic?j^^it ?l noon. . ?^iat? j?Sry 1./1bpft?fttfba.. by,:$oy. WJiltaC;? '?&o?? vifo?ra< ?MWWP ?ot Central Pr?*-. 2; Solo .??y. ?i?re.,. Chas. 8. Sullivan, { wh? will ?lng DUB of her own compost. president ot Stjrtb Ini provean* s^ab-. efttftm, w?H be?dq?srtsrs ?it'Aiken. ,31, .?If?. C B. Kprls ind t'l??s. .???S. .F. Snegrtnia. 'ks ttsnii r?frsshmcotn will' be IM OP?iOH & ?M. Dry Forces itt Hlfeofa;1 Vote Bjr Associated Press) ? ? ? -Wet andi.^!' L' ero.er sis?rl .Wnelhcli re dlrefitljf Inters; ? the rote?, ?sd $e S ?aleona will oe de* eat br li ia r?teerded by the anll ps .the|r greatest: toft* MsyrM Tibe LOC?? S?rvfttlbn ;; Since ttie Interstate .commores WK*i n;lB8fon heitl Stttardav thnt the Green* ville frulght rate oh coal is t?qre??bh* abK u js -...

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. — 7 April 1914

Nfew E Pumps For STER I'wur new styles In Colonials for ladioH jual carno in this morning patents and dull wltli thc meta! buckles. ti i KT pulr. We would deem lt a favor if you would ?hop carly Tor Easter. Shoes well lilted are well bought and we want to take thc time to give you the proper flt. 'J E Under Masonic Temple SHOES THAT SATISFY Our supply is a selection of the very best plants the .markets affords. The Public is Cordially Invited To Visit our Green Houses and Show Grounds. Open Week Days 8a.m. to 7 p.m. Sundays 4 p m to6 p n| Anderson Floral Company In fact, tbore's always something now ?o see tn, North Andoron, and Remember, wo aro glad to bare yon take your outing? lb North Andereon. (Maa Cabla ad *. (be af 1er noon paper) ? ? mri ?v*r*Sfc8 AUK I A Ht? vi; those aold In placea where you are expected, to pick oat your own. We handle nobe but the very bast ac curately ground crystal lenses. Wheth,! er you ar? ?ear, far or weak s-'shtod we examine your eye? thoroughly an...

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. — 8 April 1914

THU IS "CLEAN UP" WEEK--EVER1( CITIZEN ?F ANDERSON GET BUSY --? ? tim" ' i " , ' i -"."^??7 11 r . ?- i Pfe vor NO ?a ?rM?Jr.??iahe? JfMsBanr.Jam. Illili,' ANDERSON. S. C.. WEDNESDAY MORNING APRIL 8, 1914 PRICE FIVE CENTS. $0.00 PER ANw?M. mir. MEETING HELD LAST NIGHT TO DISCUSS MATTER SHOWS THE NEED INVESTIGATE THE SITUATION Before Taking Any Direct Step? the . Directors Have Bean Asked to Sae Whether Is Propitious Time At a meeting of a number of friends and patrons of the Y. M. C. A. last night lt was decided to make inquiry if there is enthusi asm enough in the work at this tirue to begin a campaign for a ?75,000 building for Anderson. . The meeting .was held at Manie Hall and there was a suppre, paid tor by a few friends of the asso ciation who in years, gone by have paid the w?y.of the association^ The supper was beautifully served by the ladles of the ijylc associa tion. Among the invited guests, were Dr. Kinard, pr?sident of Anderson Col?eg?, who has spent much time in Y. 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. — 8 April 1914

Ice For paster ? Any Kind, Any Quantity, But Only one Quilty ' THE?EST. Fo? Sale*-On? yoke ot steers. They . |M?1< *po?t <2,?po-pounds ao.4 wUl do Ah*, work ola ea(r <ot ?ulan* Tahrone lg?, cr IW >,, . ?-D-6t ; ? , jj. fOM BOLT. Foi SaJe-l.&Ott G?4ar^post cheap. <44H?B>, ^TQ^?tf^^yjpBR .r-.Wa, 1-wA-.^rfg-w tf*??!^ that ???.etore or Gary n Barbey, Shop* IHllt^.^*:'. Af Wit 1 . : r ' ;.: WjBB?IT^ ''gpaawi^y - parohpMti. ^jW**? ?1V <?8?0 -new rebuilt ao4 aft MB,? hapd typewrttegs lor quio* aal?,;: .cheap, AU. makes, .prto* .?hot op jteouostw! j. fi. Cr ay ton & ?vJ?pariatte, N. G. t. - -.u *? F?J?- SALK- Anpleadld Tennessee :?BV^:uiurso, , yokas? * aouad aa* pHp also a ?ttbjfer tira. Col dhan _urriafe, ^?fc FOUND FOtiNB-Rum of money In Anderson, paying forThifi adrertisomaoft. -,r,-4 " *-1 .""'?7'" .. L.Ufri' . rlllh? you*'r?mnauta of - saad .coUon to ^|B?c?ifiion. on, Min and)pw^^a F. ti. -SS?ITI?, of HewYark CUy K3trE*kT"P?AX 11 EOBTE WJHSsV'Ar?? of music...

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. — 8 April 1914

' BELTON RAGE ^^.?^^?qlwii??^??!?;1?? cSiS^isr _.-?-:- ' r*--. . .. NEWS AND ADVERTISING..,,",, , ,. ? *?,**?,?-z-.'j's'--:v? "-1 1 . -i--- * ? ... ? '_._EES_? *.. ff INTERESTING B??L>i f I ANO NOTES FR( f fl ^ , <M&L * l . CLAUDE A. GRAVI * * * * * * *i* * * * Mon. April T.-The Civic League i heltplts iirsl.meeting in the beautiful new.''Library room' Monday afternoon I ?ntl.?hey were charmecLwtth the looks ' of things up there as the whole town will be when they see how coito Idrtable ?s well as pretty the room is and what J au t&ccUont,Mot of books they have. J The /.Ivqagoo decided on Tuesday ajad < W'..^i,^S(iay of hoxt week as clean up ?aya far Helton and they sincerely j ?*)]*?> tii?t cyerv man, woman and child { ta. litton and vicinity loin in with . ulcnjr and the town council, and malle i these day's of real worth in cleaning np our town. Don't leave a corner ) Untouched and put forth every effort to slump out (lies especially, as they eWtt ttthe really...

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. — 8 April 1914

THE ANDERSON INTELLIGENCER Founded 186? 1M North Main Street ANDERSON, S. C. f . ' WILLIAM BANKS - - Editor] W. W SMOAK - Business Manager Entered According to Act of Con-J gTess an Second Class Mail Matter at the, Postofllce at Anderson, S. C. j Published Every Morning Except Monday Semi-Weekly Edition on Tuesday and j Friday Mornings Semi-Weekly Edition-fl 60 per Year. Daily Edition-$6.00 per annum; 12.50 for Six Months; $1-25 for Three Months. IN ADVANCE Member of tbs Associated Press and Receiving Complete Daily Telegraphic] Service A large circulation than any other I newspaper In this Congressional Dis trict TELEPHONES! Editorial.- 827 Business Office ------ 831, Job Printing - - - - - -688-L Local News ------ ??7 Society News - - - - - 821 Tho Intelligencer is delivered by carrier? in the etty.' If you fail to get your paper regularly please notify UB. . Opposite your name on label of your paper is side tad date to which your paper is pajd.; ?11 cheeks and drafts ehouid be dr...

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. — 8 April 1914

THE CLEGTRIC FifitELESS COOKER pperates from any lamp socket and does the cooking for a family of seven or eight Costs no more to operate than an iron Ask Mrs. A. G. Means. * Roasts Bakes Bolls Steams, Eic Free Demonstratior, GUARANTEE Telephone 223 Southern [Public Utilities Company EDISON 1 DISC i PHONOGRAPH jriie Edison; represents Ihe mature results of Mr.' i Edison's inventive genius after many years of re-1'; search and experiment to perfectly record arid * ? perfectly reprpdiipe sound. i | It bears the: impress of a masterTmind in acous-.' tics, for now ^ve can hear all the overtones in the' best music-a thing hitherto impossible with!* talking machines, * | If you have ".an ear for music" J you will be ? more than dejighted when you listen to your fav-l orite selections nr? thp. F-dison Disc. I* * We are*always glad to play it for anyone who ? A will favor us ?with a call, and we particularly in-11 vite those to hear it before they purchase any talk- , UIg illitC-illllC Al y...

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. — 8 April 1914

1 Financial aw New Yode Cotton I New York; April T.--C?tton made aew'Htgh ground movement for to lay with May contracts selling 12.80. General business'did not seem to be pr.:i.'ruli,rly R?tive, but there was fresh buying of new crop positions OU fhp Aljllnnlr fnm {JSSCttlcd WCHtllCr iud lower temperatures south, and at times there appeared to be an ex cited demand from old crop shorts. One. or more sensations! Incidents or the daV was ?hef effect of ? local broker to execote buying order for loo bal.?s of April, and the price ran 61 to 13.00. or 74 points shove yes rday's closing figures before lt was executer*. Later April was offered at low prices, but May and July shorts appeared ter be very nervous late in the afternoon and rumors that cotton was te> be brought here from Liver pool appeared to add to their un easiness, as suggesting that lending ?pot interests wer?' finding it difficult to bring- cotton, from the south. - Closing prices were firm at a net gejfc of 49 points ...

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. — 8 April 1914

fr ' ' ' WEV^OTTO "Gt??N UP"' THIS ;SMALL';P ?LAl|?f5'< ?Qf . CARS; RI<JHT AWAY, AN^TO DO SO, WILL GIVE YOU THE *?IG0ESX AUTOMOBILE YC? EVER ?REAM?D OF. C?^y ? >nWN AND Ldbk THEM OVEfc. ES AND IN FIRST CLASS COND .i fl* THU IS "CLEAN UP" WEEK--EVER1( CITIZEN ?F ANDERSON GET BUSY --? ? tim" ' i " , ' i -"."^??7 11 r . ?- i Pfe vor NO ?a ?rM?Jr.??iahe? JfMsBanr.Jam. Illili,' ANDERSON. S. C.. WEDNESDAY MORNING APRIL 8, 1914 PRICE FIVE CENTS. $0.00 PER ANw?M. THU IS "CLEAN UP" WEEK--EVER1( CITIZEN ?F ANDERSON GET BUSY --? ? tim" ' i " , ' i -"."^??7 11 r . ?- i Pfe vor NO ?a ?rM?Jr.??iahe? JfMsBanr.Jam. Illili,' ANDERSON. S. C.. WEDNESDAY MORNING APRIL 8, 1914 PRICE FIVE CENTS. $0.00 PER ANw?M. THU IS "CLEAN UP" WEEK--EVER1( CITIZEN ?F ANDERSON GET BUSY --? ? tim" ' i " , ' i -"."^??7 11 r . ?- i Pfe vor NO ?a ?rM?Jr.??iahe? JfMsBanr.Jam. Illili,' ANDERSON. S. C.. WEDNESDAY MORNING APRIL 8, 1914 PRICE FIVE CENTS. $0.00 PER ANw?M. THU IS "CLEAN UP" WEEK--EVER1( CITIZEN ?F ANDERS...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 8 April 1914

"TOILS of VILLI AN Y.? .... FEATURE PHOTO-DRAMA IN THREE FARTS-NATURAL COLOR ... AT THE PALMETTO THEATRE-Thur sday, Appil O tit. iff- ' ' ?' few. ? *7-'.{.V Here's The Story mm FOUR BIG REELS Every Day lOc. . hard Murvbjfc, a circus owner, ia i - with AHe Simpson, a tight ro. filter. Hu objects to her re ceiving attentions from Tom Collins, All<e falls to the ground and is ren dered unconscious. Th? circus own er attempts to go to. her assistance, hut ls hurled aside by Tom, who car ried the girl to her dressing room. There he revives her and then takes her to her home. Consumed with Jealousy, Marvin orders that the Jock ey be discharged. Dejected, Tom callo on Al'ce and tells her the bad news. She advises him to answor an advertisement In tho newspaper, and he succeeds In securing a position with John Wilson, a noted race horse owner. He makes rapid progress in his new position, and Is selected by Wilson to ride the favorite in a! com ing race. The circus owner learns that Tom 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. — 9 April 1914

TH? IS "CLEAN VP" WEEK-EVERY i WIZEN OF ANDERSON GET BUSY VOL. 1, NO. 70. ' *?*klj, EiimMirite* 18*30* Dt?Sj, Jw. 18, lil*. ANDLRSON, S. C.p THURSDAY MORNING. APRIL 9, 1914. PRICE FIVE CENTS. $8.00 PER ANNUM, f SHARP FIGHTING ALREADY] BETWEEN OPPOSING FORCES REFUGEES FLEEING! Besides American Warships, Four ; European Nations Have Men o'-Wer in Harbor ' (By Associated Press.) Washington. April 8.-Official Inter est in tho '.lexlean situation here to night was divided between tho' grave problem presented by the arrival of the Kim spanish exiles ct El Paso, and ' tho outcome of the struggle between* (tonetltutlonallsts abd Federals for su premacy at Tampico. Sharp fighting already hos occurred at Tampico, and army and navy strategists expect the battle there to h> >ho nayi -Jeeir.!".\, r.l; ..?B*.c. Huar Admlral Fletcher today notified the navy department that refugees already were going aboard Mm-o'-War In Tamph n Harbor, and be forwarded, a report from Bear-Admiral Mayo, at th...

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. — 9 April 1914

? FORSALE tor Rahv-Ono yoko of tUeern. They will Weigh about 2,804 pounds and will do.tho work of a pair.of mules, ? T?l?phone 127, io> lWT h" 'J. ToSr BOLT; Tot Sale-1,500 Cedar ix??* cheaps 4-6*flt TOWNSEND LUMBER CO. ron BALE-Ono Jersey cow .wlthl young calf. Apply to O. J. Burresu, Qf,.phppp..3Cl,L,_4-U ?0B HALE-Cheap; one brand ne wi Irrere ?Pond plano; eoe brand new . buggy'npd ham?*?; one mule und1'.' horses; Seo me at once, ' Sadler's WANTS WASTE!!-Tho ladies to knpw that X hara the best curling-Quid that ta*"be bought. Oh sal? at Martin** Drug Store or darrin Barber Shop. ? Price 11.00 per bottle. D. C. Garvin jt*t ? ? - ? , . W?1?TED-Typewriter purchasers. We^bave liver 200 pew rebuilt .pad MOond"hand typewriter? "for quick aale, cheap. All makes. Pried sheet on request J. E. drayton ft < Co.. Charlotte, ]N.-*tfe *S * ? . * ''mg-tr .". ?d? SALE- . Aspfcbdld 'VenWaee*] i driving horse, young, sound andr . gentle; also a' rubber ?Ire Col ti m v-huB buggy afld^^arrl?ge,...

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. — 9 April 1914

BELTON P?GF DEVOT^TOT^^ COMMUNICATING - - *U NEWS AND ADVERTISING. _ -?> . n "l>' '' 1 *-'--r------?-:-._ - _- .?._ * INTERESTING BUD * AND NOTES T * ? * ^ CLAUDE A. GR?vl . n Helton, A<>rl| 8.-tho Ladles of t>bl l'i J ?by terian Ohur?,tr will have a cake I and caddy Bale at Friction's Phar-1 mr.>y oa Friday afternooii, ?April 0th. ? bev.innlng at a o'clock. They will also I toll icc-crcanv and take" orders or fcxkci ior futur? delivery. If youl wa. .it a nica cake for Easter give then? I your prdor and. thereby help a good cause along. \ rr' .fiV&?*-.?;? . 1 ? '\7 "Ware- Very sorry to '?tlhbu.'.cB tfis I tact that Mrs; Jessie B. Lewis . is I ill at her home-pr- River Straei. -, I Mr. W. S. Glenn; a prominent busl- I UM? m:m or Spurtanburg passed fhtough Holten Tuesday enroule homo I Mr. Ct .?rile Cox was1? buair.jss vle^-l tor to Anderson Tbssday. '.VJ Thc? following imitations bavt -feen iBEUCd. w\. Mrs. James E. Harper at Home !3 . .Saturday, Apr? lith, . ,1...

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. — 9 April 1914

THE ANDERSON INTELLIGENCER Founded 188i * 1M North Mala Street ANDERSON, H, C. WILLIAM BANKS - - Editor W. W SM OAK - Business Manager Entered According to Act of Con tres* ss Second Class Mail Matter at the Postofflce at Anderson, S. C. Published Every Morning Except Monday Semi-Weekly Edition on Tuesday and Friday Mornings Semi-weekly Edition-SI 60 per Tesr. Daily Edition-$5.00 per annum; $2.60 for Six Months; $1.26 tor Three Months. IN ADVANCE Member of the Associated Press and Receiving Complete Dally Telegraphic Service A large circulation than any other newspaper in this Congressional Dis trict TELEPHONES: Editorial - - - - - - 827 Business Office ----?- 821 Job Printing.-aft-L Local News 827 Socio ty News .... - - 821 -i-: The Intelligencer ls delivered by carriers In the city. If you tali to get your paper regularly please notify us. ! Opposite your name on label of your paper ls printed date tb Which youri paper ls paid. AM checks end drafts should be drawn to The Ander son...

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. — 9 April 1914

FERTILIZE .*. YOUR CROP .-. . J M j- <\ - ' :! ??i ' I l? fertilizing you; rotton arid?oj-r?, care should bc taken to apply at leds; 600 pounds of th?? li grade fislv,blood androhe fertilizer to the acre!.for the heft anti most lasting results. Where less than ooo pounds of fertilizer is, used to the acre, it acts as a. stimplapt only, and the crop takes more'plant food from the soil than it furnishes, and your soil runs down,' but where you u:>e 600 pot^ud?'of fr?re of fine .fertilizer to the acre, you furnish the soil with more plant food than thc crop takes ^rom it and your soil improves. And besides, the more fertilizer you use, the faster your, crop growi-and the quicker your land is shaded and you know that is an advantage. And then with heavy fertilization you have larger stalks, more limbs and leaves and bolls. This.gives you more vegetable matter tor the soil humus is like leather without oil, its? usefulness is greatly impaired. And then heavy fertilization makes mor...

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. — 9 April 1914

Financial and New York Cotton ,| New York, Aprii 8.-Thc cotton market was leas active today and fluctuations ware more or . less Irre gular as a result or evenlng-up for for the. weoa' epd. Prices made hew high ground for the movement at tho start, and after midday. reactions, closed steady at a net declino of ft .points oh April, hut generally un changed to 5 points higher. . Unfavorable weather reports, and a bullish construction of the semi-an? nual report by thu ihteraatlOto-il fed' oration of cotton spinners, .showing smaller mill stocks or American cot ton than last year, and indicating a consumption tor 12 months of 15,050, WO bales, checked aggresslvo offer ings on the decline, which carried prices about ft. or C points net low >r during thc middle of thc dal. Rallies followed on renewed covering and fur th ?r bpylng of near months by leading spot houso brokers, with July contracts reaching tho highest level of tho day in the late- trading. Bpot cotton quiet; middling upl...

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. — 9 April 1914

IICLE OF ANY KINP ; ii < ^ :$mS& let us $ho\vr you ourstock before We carry a complete stock of all k&4&. Also Har ness, Whips and Robes, i\^ We have some '?xtra. good values J ?ti *:??ul'es;. arid Horses. Liberal terms shd court??u^tfe ? ? ?OO O O?O OOO O O O '.' cv .fe^^^.? Treaty? o ,. ' ;?:'v;'. :* ? ' o O'n 0-';?'0, C*.0'0 O OOO O O . T^,*Hay*Pnunc?fote treaty, whlel was ratlfte?' * ????," bas tho'tollbwl?i tt {?^.(?^reeQ- ,that the cona! maj be'^ouij*rM<?t'eii-uuder tba auspices ? thtv scvejrojaent bf the ,Unf|e4 States to.-pr ftnrchas? of etoek ot ?haT?a, arid that. auh?ecv to ' the provisions of the preseut treaiy,-the said government fchall Intvu aiiiJ mday.ali ?iio ri?;;* cl?eot to'IStfi?i coriftfruoiloii. aa.vell aa the* eA?luB^?re" right bf \. providit. thri. regulation ?nd mah?gem?, Article 8. .- The tlnit?d-?iate's adopta aa the ba- ! ncutrehc&Mpn of a?c^ ahin ca.-^ na!,,tna lunowiHB raros, BMcrainiilia??y aa embodUd. ih the convention ?ot Cou _-4...

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. — 9 April 1914

"THE PERILS of PAULINE." Second Installment AT THE PALMETTO THEATRE-Fplday, April lO??i. -: *eirmg*&ri&* : fir'fft? ? FOUR BIG REELS Every Day lOc. ?. In three big Reels, the second installment, picks up the story where it left off two weeks ago, and shows the jf?ero|rie, Pauline, in the good graces of the villain, who with his carefully laid plans entices her away from> her lover, on a tfe^tp all parts of the world, into Unexplored regions,-fraught with perils and dangers never dreamed of ?by *he beautiful and $Ksus pecting Pauline. This highly absorbing and interesting story now published each Sunday in Hearst's Sunday AjrieScan, is without a doubt, the greatest romantic novel of the day, and to see it enacted into real motion pictures by real human be ings, is a feat nothing short of marvelous. Don't fail to see it. ONE CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE, as we don'tciose for Supper. FOUR BIG REELS Every Day lOc. Every Costume Worn by Pauline, Designed by Lady Duff Gordon, the Fam...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 10 April 1914

THIS IS "CLEAN UP" WEEK-EVERYCITIZEN OF ANDERSON GET BUSY PRICE FIVE CENTS. $o.00 PER ANNUM. Hil nins ru OFFICIAJLS GRAVELY ANJO IOUS FOR SAFETY FOR TAMPICO DISTRICT Several Oil Planta Already Brun ed? Other Properties Valued at Million? in Danger (Dy Associated Press. Washington, April !).-Officials hera tonight were gravely anxious' for too, >. <?u|?ty of foreign property inj cac Tampico District, where valuable oil plants already bave bi?en destroyed, and other properties, valued st tail lions, are threatened by Mexican .Con stitutionalist and F?d?ral shafts.' ' . Dispatches today told of . the burn ing cf warehouzuB belonging, to a Ger man Company, with a loss of half a million dollars and of Imminent dans er to tho immensely valuable plant of the Waters-pl-rco QU Refinery. 11 This ?1...., . v - 'iSMi^MBSMBl^BSMBi .-' ** "?" IJIUHMWHIW ,va i ii cu today, has been occupied by attack ing force tho past few days, and as a consequence, shell after shall has been-poured into it...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 10 April 1914

SALE Fer Hale.-One yoke of aleen. They I will weigh. about 2309 pounds andi will do the work of a pair of mules." Telephone 127, or 159 -. 4-5-Ct .. J. TOM BOLT. TOWNSEND LUMUKU CO. ?fSR ?,4~K-Chesp; on? brand ne wi Ivers &l*o.\d plano; one brand now I ? >3H#eV>*n4 harne?.<-j one mule and 1 4 f ?jMo?af: Sea nia. fit r once. Radier*s garage. 4-9 41. WANTS WHTKD-The ladles to know?,that Drug Store or Garvin Barber Shop. Pri?e 11.00 per bottle. D. C. Garvin l-7-tl. WANTED-Typewriter purchasers. We bavo ?vcr 200 new rebuilt and ascend hand typewriters for quick sale, cheap. AU makes. Price sheet on request. J. E. Crayton & Co., Charlotte, N. C. mS-tf m '???'.??? ?!' ? i II i ii SALE- Asplandld Tennessee! horse, young, sound andi afso a. rubber tire Colum .htigET?n?l^frfkge, both lealry good ?s ?ew.h Anply to| C. B. Earle. ' 8-8-7td WARTED-Two salesladies for house to .house canvassing. GIRLS need not apply. Light, easy, pleasant work. Apply to J. A. Mullina*. 22a W. Ben...

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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