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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 12 April 1914
I I I ^PHP Monday, Tuesday I^^^^^^^F' Howard wjLi give ^^i^*^^tp^?S a Demonstration TP^^??S^^ of the FAMOUS is a better distributor and retainer of heat than other _ ' materials of which cooking \ni?)bt2\ V-Kw?t? utensils are made. " C?fl^VCl Von can cook quicker ami you # therefore eave fuel. AlUlTltlIUm ^vVe^Ever" Wua* Aluminium Utensils arc made Without joints, seams * * at QUr Store . . or soldered parts, from thick, ~- r?7r^,i ? -,--^=^= hard' sheet aluminum. They Fv^rvirrnp rnrdinl SIHX.? WEAittvER ^eryone cordial ^ invited to at not rust, cannot /><iol>T\ . . , form poisonous ATJ?MIHTO tend. :: :: :: compounds with V?A3CCC7 seid fruit* or ^J^lO?^*^ *rr .?-? ?Y?afir q- Every:iady. at Replace alenans that wear out a t ten di n g this vrithataaisastiuit^eM-E^ d?monstration will Receive a FREE CHANCE on a ilium Utensil to be given away Absolutely FREE ! Add?rspn Hardware Co. E? Whitner St. rxiiiiiiiiwj.III n_ IM. - ; Anderson, S. C. Our -Buyer Has Just Wired Us Jfel that...
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 12 April 1914
BU&SE OPENS CAMPAIGN , FOR THE U. S, SENATE Continuedfron* page 4. I wylie a. comparison of my record as a Demacrat and as oas' who faa? always bain true to the Democratic party with the record of any other / man in th? party. It is true that Mr. Wilson, under oar tain recommendations from our State, against tho Democratic nom?nese, I.hive uot complained, If my friends has Been tit so far not to give ? singlo ppblic office to ? "Ble?Mie," a? some ca? Diem. Every Office that he baa glyen in South Carolina has been to men who were agaiast me and my rriends, and ia some instances he has given them to men who haw* voted Have asked for anything, I do not know lt, and most assuredly I have pot ask ed .for anything for them, and 1 only mention this to show that Mr. Wilson '-Wm!*? himself or through his advls ors'in thia State, has absolutely lg. bored tile present Governor ot South Carolina and his followers, and instead of treating them with fairness and any j consideration, he ha? tu...
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 12 April 1914
? THE SMART STYLES, la ?pring Oxfords that are to be seen on Uie air?ete today, especially the one? that are admired by ail, we're you to ask, the satisfied wearer, they would tell you Oelsberg'? Shoes, of' course Quality and Style combined In ev ery ?hoe we ?ell SHOE COMPANY Under Masonic Temple SHOES THAT SATISFY Ji_!lU--.g"?BWSBL--p-U--1-L.UV-l,.r. ' - ] I. ?TREAT YOURSELF TO J??jfi" AN HOUR'S OUT?NO IN ^fHfc NORTH ANDERSON- .. j|l?08' ? ? WWW_ m, it,rP .i lill 'I ' m,Tr\mXl?m\mfm?nXfm You'll find lota of folk are taking little pleasure trip? to North Auder , It's such a pretty section-and so many new; things to see-Our friends say tho development ls wonderful. NOWREADY Plants Wood'? BRIMMER Tomato j 20c per, doz. 3 doz for 50c. ANDERSON FLORAL GO. hallAvenue, Weabers af Rori tu Telegraph Delivery, POURED WHISKEY INTO THE FIRE When Visited By the Officers Warean Threw Tempting Drinks lato Flamas to believe fer sorae time that the name of Hall was sell* Yesterday the county de a c...
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 12 April 1914
SUNDAY, l?*4. VOL. 1, NO. 73. ?fesi?r, BtfaMWarf Wit ?*u* fe* **V isl* ?Nur-KSuN, S. C., SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 12,1914. PRICE FIVE CENTS. $5.00 PER ANNUAL DIDN'T CARE~HE WANTEI ) THE EASTER LILLIES! f. .^*"K?7?w." iw '''sHSvCvnSHvvT^' ' "I ?. ..... . . VOL. 1, NO. 73. ?fesi?r, BtfaMWarf Wit ?*u* fe* **V isl* ?Nur-KSuN, S. C., SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 12,1914. PRICE FIVE CENTS. $5.00 PER ANNUAL
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 12 April 1914
PARIS-MY BEAR 8QH KIXAX: TOT/R KAW WASTED SOIS S&S? FOR RASTER, ASS WE S?u A TtXE GETTER TEM. I CROWED AHB YOUR MAW CACKLED ARD AT LAST WE SLADE TER GROCERY OT.w t/HSERSTASD. ii it m ir n fl f?i? I HAD A MLXY FOR TO SURPRISE YOUR MAW WITS* RU? W3RV I WERT TO GET IT EC FELL GREER THE WUTDOW SILL, THE EOxEL KEEPER LEST ?B A ?JTTLE gTOVS AH J) A PA? TO COLOR TEM. IS, ?5TDI O0T EVER^THWO FIXED tr? AU, HimXST. IW?TCHED TO SSE WHERE IT WEET, BUT I Q??E?S SOMEONE SUT TOUR MAW WAS f?WfFF"^ WITH TBS BOOS. WHERE SHE RUT <EAL Am WE BROKE WW OR W BEFORE WS ?OT STARTED. . , ...... ... . ? -, ? I I ll I ' ^ I . ' . . ..Il. tl -J *^" n I DRESSER ARD WEST DOWN STAIRS, BUT WEEK I GOT THERE I OOULDRT SSS A TETRO 0? IT. WILL WRITS AO AIR SERT WEES TOUR RAW VOL. 1, NO. 73. ?fesi?r, BtfaMWarf Wit ?*u* fe* **V isl* ?Nur-KSuN, S. C., SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 12,1914. PRICE FIVE CENTS. $5.00 PER ANNUAL
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 12 April 1914
VOL. 1, NO. 73. ?fesi?r, BtfaMWarf Wit ?*u* fe* **V isl* ?Nur-KSuN, S. C., SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 12,1914. PRICE FIVE CENTS. $5.00 PER ANNUAL VOL. 1, NO. 73. ?fesi?r, BtfaMWarf Wit ?*u* fe* **V isl* ?Nur-KSuN, S. C., SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 12,1914. PRICE FIVE CENTS. $5.00 PER ANNUAL VOL. 1, NO. 73. ?fesi?r, BtfaMWarf Wit ?*u* fe* **V isl* ?Nur-KSuN, S. C., SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 12,1914. PRICE FIVE CENTS. $5.00 PER ANNUAL -"huH? Now AIN'T TU KT aijtfr LIKE A WOMAN ? . W2.LL, IT'S ME FQft. TKg- CARN I -- \t)OM? CLASS TO THIS BUWOH: EVEN ?r IT DOE'S LOOK LIKE A CRAtY-QUILT IN A CVCLONST t VOL. 1, NO. 73. ?fesi?r, BtfaMWarf Wit ?*u* fe* **V isl* ?Nur-KSuN, S. C., SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 12,1914. PRICE FIVE CENTS. $5.00 PER ANNUAL
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 12 April 1914
.'jjfflHli VB* " i fl flflBflBflBflflHBSMKflflMflBnflSflflJ^k flflfli ^^^^IflflflHi^hi- *? ? ^^^v^^^r^^^ ?jap * * -^^B S9i RH '.;<? - ft^Bk BESS ^jfl^^^^BflSwi^^y' fe BB M en's- orr MW NWT ^ ? AGAIN :i - . . l? -vi iM - j?LL JUST KEEP 'f^A ( WARM WHILST *V?V? GONE''. . " :- . '. . J-j?3 ." "fi ...;?.?.. , . .J*-'. . . r. i.V. .rr . . . - I*U : J<i?T ?3fe(OW. TOO&E ?i-? LAOIS? MOW 1? HWCW ?lill .itri I M I I I I III ? I I I ll ? I Min.lu VOL. 1, NO. 73. ?fesi?r, BtfaMWarf Wit ?*u* fe* **V isl* ?Nur-KSuN, S. C., SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 12,1914. PRICE FIVE CENTS. $5.00 PER ANNUAL VOL. 1, NO. 73. ?fesi?r, BtfaMWarf Wit ?*u* fe* **V isl* ?Nur-KSuN, S. C., SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 12,1914. PRICE FIVE CENTS. $5.00 PER ANNUAL VOL. 1, NO. 73. ?fesi?r, BtfaMWarf Wit ?*u* fe* **V isl* ?Nur-KSuN, S. C., SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 12,1914. PRICE FIVE CENTS. $5.00 PER ANNUAL
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 14 April 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. GUNMAN M J BEFORi DECLARED HE WAS NOT AT j THE KILLING OF ROSENTHAL TOOK A PART IN THE PLANS! But Left the Party Before tho j . Actual Sho&uag Occured declared That the Others Were GoHty (By, Ablated PreBs) fore>;j??M*(? IwHs ^HjGtroflcl went to th* ilHilgiflf '??? ?rlson eavlgjlkii 4ty\? i t'<M j; Warden Clan, . that M?o I ?o; Blood!?r|?>rowita. "Lefi" tevfltpW' Harry Vallon, ap ibfamH^lniMUrah ? shots which killed?EllermanliRdaHhthal, for which' crlrn? tlio four g?hinea paid their?l liVf'H. "Sa far aa I know. Booker had notti.-i| lng. to do with this case," the gunman! afpo ^ declared, "It was a gambler s fight" CIroflcl averred ho waa flvo mll/U -n-w "1 ?V- ??_? ?-r-1 committed and that '"Whitey Lewis" Setdenahner, although present at the I ?cene of the shooting, did not fire any j of tbe shota. CIroflcl made no at-'...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 14 April 1914
rmi * ?ROAD TAX NOTICE ' The .tune Cor paying commutation to?4 tax has been extended by the Board until May lut, after which time the hooks will hs tutted ow to the ccliectors and the Usual penalty will be attached. J. Mack King, County Supervisor, e~fcfttV<'- ?.. , - PUBLIC BOAB NOTICE The public ls warned one more time against ailing up the drains of paWis roads With sassa'fras sprouts and briars. Also against plowing into the roads. I am spending the County's money and why do yon per sist in ever* doing in this careless manner what we spend your money te Seep up'. -, Soaso day patience wf?i. ossie to be a virtue.' Then there in-law against the practice: Please atop. , J. Mack King, Couuty Supervisor. 4*?f,1:.: "?"'?*, : ...? - ... . NOTICE OF ELECTION. There will be an election' ih Le Dan en School District at Lebanon School* house on Saturday 18th day ?of April, lfttt; foy the. pugn?se of levying benda d>sald district te the* sum of $6*000, te. be need tor the purpose ot e...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 14 April 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. * * * * * ? ? ? * * * ? * , * INTERESTING BUD? * AND NOTES FRi * CLAUDE A, GRAVI *********** * * : Helton, April 13.-ll. R. Ph il l}p? of I Th j Farm and Factory ol Seneca, was ! among those la tiwu .today. Ur. W. C. IJUWC?, ot ?elton, had bue ia-j.;? in abbeville today. Dr. A. li. Weatborbee, has purchasr] cd aa automobile, ?<Metz-22" for :his| practice. Henka & CUnkoclase agenta I In felton, made thc aale. J. W, Asbiay, a member of the leg islature from Anderson county anti a | resident of near Hbnea Path, was among these who had business in the city ot Belton this morning. m ?ra A. L. Knight, of the Auder to? In telligencer, left Saturday for hui home I 1n Chesterfield county, where he will .visit relatives. O. K. Livingston, Jr., was^a visitor lo Andorson yesterday. ! M ra. O. Jv. Livingston, Sr., and daughter. Miss Bessi...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 14 April 1914
THE ANDERSON INTELLIGENCER Founded 188C N If? North Main Stree? ANDERSON, 8. C WILLIAM BANKS - - Editor! W. W 6M0AK - Business Manager j Entered According to Act ot Con gress ss Second Class Mail Matter at the Postomce at Anderson, S. C, ' Published Every Morning Except j Monday Semi-Weekly Edition on Tuesday and; Friday Mornings Semi-weekly Edition-fl 60 per Tear. Daily Edition-$5.00 per annum; 92.60 for Six Months; $1.26 for Three Months. Iii ADVANCE Member of the Associated Press and j Receiving Complete Daily Telegraphic ? Service A large circulation than any other! newspaper in this Congressional D?s-i trtct TELEPHONES I Editorial.827 Business Office ...... sn Job Printing - . - - - - -893-L Local News 827 Society Nows ... - - 821 Tbe Intelligencer la delivered by carriers in the city. If you fall to get your paper regularly pleaae notify vs. Opposite your name on label bf your paper ls printed Ante to Which your paper ls paid. All cheeks and drafts should be c\"awn to The Acde...
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 14 April 1914
pons PUN FOB 00?HTY MEE?inOS CONVENTIONS SOON TO BE! HELD MEET ON APRIL 25 Anderson County People Making] Plans tor Having a Say In Democratic Club? (Anderson county politicians, are now beginning their plans for holding the various club conventions on April '~:> and various supporters of the dif ferent factions will make effort to have' tho clubs favorable to thoir particular candidate. The constitution of the Democratic party of South - Carolina says that Democratic clubs shall meet on the fourth Saturday in April, which comes thiB year on April 25. However, county executive committees may narnu any other day In. the fourth we?k in April for the club meetings, provided at least two weeks' notice of the meeting bc given by advertise ment in the county papers. The elubB are entitled to elect one delegate to tho Democratic convention ot their county for every 25 members and for Ute majority traction thereof. The clubs have ?be right to enlarge or dim lnlsb their representation at ...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 14 April 1914
?I ll ll ^HflP Monday? i ^^?^. Tuesday jMw and fl^JS?WM Wednesday April 13-14-15. WSm^0^^r Howard will give ^^^S^HwSrS^ a Demonstration TOT;8 ^ of the FAMOUS | ) i is a better distributor and ? /I* -retainer of heat than other . ? ?. ' SS?,^"*-^8' Wear-Ever' iTou ?an cook quioker. and you ? _ ^therefore save fuel. AlUmi?ll?m '^e^-?Ey?r7 Wear Altiramum Utensils . . buf s??f. . are made without joints, ?earns - ? ?*t. uur atuic , . or. soldered parts, from thick, i ? ? i, ? hard sheet aluminunu They; Everyone COrdial have no coating VUcaR-FVER ?fu^'-?' ly invited to at not mat, cannot AuSj^DSQ A form poiaoaoue ft?^lfUTM tend, compounds irish VeM?h?r/ R^?^ut^ti?twe*r2St . tce?ding tte -fitrftlBiM^ d e monst ra t i o n will Receive a FREE CHANCE on all 1/??WUI? Al?n^:?%???r?1T<^as?l ll w ???u?u>?v raBuias&AiMisA vivaiosfi og to be given away Absolutely FREE! Il Adder soft flardware Co, I E; Whittier St Anderson, ?. C. Mi is Don't Miss Til Our Buyer Has Just Wired Us he b chipp...
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 14 April 1914
. UU..IIU' lollly* II wi ^ ma igmMmmea-y ?. 8. WOHKtnS ma IT PTinn ILLI ni mmn PROGRAM) ANNOUNCED BY] THE SECRETARY NAMES DELEGATES Should he Forwarded te J. L, Singleton-May 4th to . Mr. J. B. Marshall, secretary, has pirepared anti has saut out the pro / Ijfr?fe^ iW'nttfth annual Sonia* scnboi' conference of An Terson ^is-V trtet; ; to be bet? In tar Methodist* church at Starr. M?y it and ?. inclns, *^ I class?s wm towna -as eaa pStay go. ; . "Every ?cm?i s?ould see th?t lt is . repWabuted m this conference by n ) fui! ^legation. Only. those men and J women who will agree to go, unless fn^'sT^^ifj^i^1^1' Bnomq TO WV ?JBv?ry 8p?ake* i* ?*n?cted,to begin 'J are urged to malse csWe?ut miration J S ?rr 0*17*1 ipy?c -was chosen ?>ecauiMfCT? 1 Sintday echoOl. w?r*^ ^ ?re jin formation, ?? that particular ^^a^eaof^ delegate. Rh&nid^ 1M for- i ??|^^?5hotic? to the etmk rt? i ^4R???^4*rje?s: "? Summary, of th? < r ^hte^^ems and Presentness . ?fc-S**? ^^^?P^^i^Prestd??g .elder. .....
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 14 April 1914
>.. ?WILD BEASTS AT LARGE" .% -:- SPECIAL TWO REEL FEATURE -: At The PALMETTO THEATRE TODAY, TUESDAY, APRIL 14th. If you can't forget your troubles while watching this ?how, they are pretty serious ones-THAT'S SURE. "Some thriller" tins picture. You will wonder kow h's dona Haw the subjects sssnsge lo escape with their lives! Actual physical danger has been braved in thc production of this picture. You seo the result in amazement, but you can't imagine the "ticklish" work ol tine actors in posing for maa en acting the scenes of personal peril and adventure. It's enough to quicken the pulse to look at such . picture-See program for other two reek. lOc -:- EOUR BIG REELS EVERY DAY iOc "THE MAN THAT PUT THE 'MOVEMN MOVIES." Barefoot Sandals ard Play Shoes. Thc prettiest anil mont suhstnntlal line?, irefoot. sandalB and play ahoea you have ever seen for children. Willi elk soleo and Rofl belting-noth lng like them ever shown In Anderson before. 00C to $2.00 WV?" ????? Under Masonic T...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 15 April 1914
f w?tiiMioy Ap?u is, 1314. .... _ THE AiNPERSQN DAILY irnxUilQjBNCER ...Jg?JLg?dj BELTON PAGE ? ? AND ADVERTISING. .? ? - - - j ?JS ' ' ? . ? . -? --."-. _":_ill-l." -I gSsJ. ' " -., --li:----r~-^ - _._._ i_.. ?" ?I,.. DOIT iTlWrFNTA. IK. GO PER ANNUM. ATLANTIC ORDERi PRESIDENT WILSON CALLS j ON HUERTA TO COMPLY WITH DEMANDS 46 WARSHIPS; 21,000 MEN j HR ve Started to Tampico Aa the ] Wireless Flashed the Ordere Up auld Dawn tba Atlantic Const (By Associated Press.) Washington April 14.-President Wilson todsy ordered virtually the en tire Atlantic fleet to Mexican waters to rorce a pu? ..c salute to toe stars and stripes from the. Huerta govern ment aa an apology tor the arrest pf American marines at Tampico last Thursday. No ultimatum has been issued, that is, no specified tune has been set' within which the Huerta government' , must comply, but the naval demons tration has been ordered as a con-! crete evidence of the fixed determina tion ot the United Stetes to hack up Admiral May...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 15 April 1914
Tfce tinao tor paying commutation! road tax ha? boen extended by the] Board jj&ill May tit. after which ifcas the booka will he turned over to th? collectors and the usval penalty wllj be attached. J. Mack King, County Supervisor. PUBLIC ROAD NOTICE The public Is warned one mei time against fining up. the drains public roads with sassafras sprout and briars. Also agalast plowloJ Into the roads. I am spending the] County's money and why doyen perl i t in ever doing in thia careless! manner .what vre spend your monal to keep up. Some day patience wff tl cease to be a virtue? Then there ls law| against tho practice? Pleaae^ atop. ?'ir Mac* Kin?, county Supervisor. ?*tf. NOTICE OF ELECTION. There will. be. an election In Lebanfl en School District at Lebanon school-l house on Satr-^y 18th day of April J 1914, for thc purpose,of levying bondsH 00 said jtstrict in the sum of $5,000,P to br. need for tho nur pose of erectlnc ? schoolhouse in said district. Elect ora must live in .said ...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 15 April 1914
BELTON PA HF 'F?^E^^ *********** ?? J * INTERESTING BUD* * AND NOTES FM <** vj_ * CLAUDE A. GRAVI .%V * *?ft? ? Rolton? April 14.-The Pastime Theatre will put on tomorrow, Wed nedayV April 15, "Our Mutuel Girl", the firm rael of this most widely known surte? ot pictures ever pro duced. One reel of this picture will . bs shown each week et tho theatre. Don't miss any of them. A new reel of the story will appear each week hereafter, for fifty-two weeks. '. Mati nee in tue afternoon at 3:30 and at night 7:30 und will run until 10-00 o'clock. If you miss any of these reels you miss a .treat.. ? /Re*. W- S. Myers of Towpvi?le spent Sunday night In Belton, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Gaines. Today being a rainy day the citizens of Belton were unable to do any o o o o o o o o o o o o o o IVA NOT?S o o ? o o o o o o o o o o o o o o Iva; April lt.-An Infant of Mr. andi Mrs. N.'L Hall died l?st Friday and WAH .laid;to rcat the following day in the ??a1 cemfttery. Mrs. J. E. Wataott was...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 15 April 1914
Founded ISM Ul North Mn:* Mt rest AM? Kit SON, 8. C *-5-! WILLIAM BANKS - - Editor' W. W SMOAK - Business Manager Entere.? According to Act of Con gress as Second Class Mali Matter at, the Postoffice at Anderson, 8. C. j Pabllshed Every Morning Except; Monday Semi-Weekly Edition on Tuesday and Friday Mornings I-W^ekly Edition-tl 60 per Tear. Daily Edition-$6.00 per annum; j 12.60 for Six Montlm; $1.26 tor Three! ISoctke. IN ADVANCE -! Member of the Associated Pren? sod ; Receiving Complete Dally Telegraphic Service A large circulation than any other newspaper in thia Congressional Dis trict TELEPHONESI Editorial ... . . . 1*7 BUfdness Office ------ SSI Job Printing.CSU-L Local News ------ SS7 Society Newa - - . - - fSl W il- ' i . H. . .. i ?II i II ? II The Intelligencer la delivered by ?arriera in the city. It you fall to get your paper regularly please notify ns. Opposite your name o * label of your paper ?a printed date to which your paper ia paid. All cheeks and drafts should b...