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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 22 April 1914

AS LONG AS 24 HOURS'MAKE A DAY---JUST SO LONG WILL TIME ???JNG DEVICES HAVE VALUE. Tl-icf Electric fireless Cooker Saves Time, also Money Your DIgestioi? . . . . M o.' and ij^i??^^ io MM?M?ST!? TE and we wiU GUARANTEE these SAVINGS. v. % Southern Public Utilities Co. SE rs SPEECH WARLIKE (Continued Prom Page One) tails of rnrtncr amenda, the customary abd usual Incidents* surrounding auch 41 salute." \ f-'T> r {"This waB the rnajtter In dispute be tween thia^govemiient and the of ficio government of Moxie?, and ?Iis ?he justification updn which the r?solution. now before the senate ls /T"We learn tonight that Vera Crus Rpa fallen; that fduxv< marines . lie *ead; that 29 lie ; suffering from wounds. Is there, (nothing else hut this discute of the numb*-rv ?f o-nna Ufo form and ceremony of a salute to justiry the sacrifice of the American Pires? "Deeply as the president desiree to $m!t the scope of his Action-khei mhintenace of peaoe; history suggests \ t?i?t once lighted, the f...

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 April 1914

QRAND TWO IDwyCf MUSICAL FEST I VAL ?e^StH^Lg? 1 HERE FOR CHAUTAUQUA WEEK JimftlBm m VA KAY^SS ^SMEVTI VJ t/ j Q3 1 S' ' ^^^^^^^^Ba^B^Bs ^?^IHBMBSSSS /4 widHy^ ^.^W Ore^t^tbe Tueddore no??, Orchestra. t?inn??poJJs. Symphony OrcflWra : sad1 other 2?"^'?^ jR!" ^ -Tf ' ^ Ber?? ?nd other roblyn cltl^^^ttn- ? promising* career tn grand opera to engage L iSieV>nd WatSS ?'"??-lS:. SSE? ?Sd^tS^ r:'1": . ortitor?oti by ?-h composer. ..'BOCX Stainer W Pe?? "M ?" ^7**' UeW np to ??lection, from grand^ by,tbe Denton Gmud Onere Com . ^^^{^^yy^'^* ^ '??turne, . ja/ngl lt wlil be H grand ftnme.jp tl; two days HU, I, us bas.ce?ct befo?, been ae>n.4*-Cb*utau.jina. . , ., j CLEly^T TRIAL t?N tm i?janA* Young Couple ore Charged Wit! Mkmlar ol Two-Monlha Old My Spartanburg, April 21- Clyd f Clement* ibt- college boy who been in Jail hero since' February 3 jointly chanced with Miss Fled* Pert ditton. R. girl telegrapher, with th< murddr ?of ? : ?wbi-mont?iatql.d bn bij found drowned, will bp pu...

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 April 1914

TALK TO OHIO MEN li Coat cf Living is to Com* Coiwpi?oo, 0., April '?L-jjuif truths. oxaggra^lflUB and misshapen statec me0ts; ^ich he skid sinlk .pvar tho fcounced here today by WU liam G. HeW?^L secretary or the department of . commerce, la a sosech before .ibo t'JoiCmbUa Cllftmh?r nf rninmo?.. ' / li??ftdiy?^Si? . Ca/^I? Bamboo, . "I ^raasIsaa^jisaHaiB^'1' he said, "?O. terring to tht> effect it would-have on j the steel and iron Industry, for the delicacy of c business so'easily upset . as thia. ? -.- ? . "Another particular falsehood, SricrcUry said, had to do with story that the government woul veetigato every factory that re; ita wages pr shut dow?. 'iThcu _ was' tna? weco ot. frenzied fancy,'r hfe oontte^L "to the effect that sec retary tteflMald ha? asked for, an ap propriation of $4Q0;()0u> to find obt what was tho matter with the United States. . "This has leached the dignity of be.' lpg tho basia of a pamphlet, but save ia tho- Itt 3j laxity of unlicensed tnen tsli...

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 April 1914

Men : Oxfords : Excel 'i ? Gentlemen, there is nu use dodging the Oxford issue-low shoe time is here and 'd's up to you to lay aside your warm iilgh SIHM-K and let your feet enjoy the cool comforting Influ ence bf u pair of Gclsberg's Oxfords. Guns, Patents. Tans, ViclB and Glazed Kids lu all shupes. $2.50 to $6.50 SHOE COMPANY Under Masonic Temple SHOES THAT SATISFY n HOM? OF YOU?2^^???3 ^jgfjJ^OWN tS A MOM g IN PECO ^^gL ' PARK LOTS ARE ALWAYS -J?? 3KJ VALUABLE LOTS. J ? ^VJ ^JfyjQjpMN LlIJLEYS?3S^^?j^UWLCr'S^jg^ ll And'its pcrfec?ly natural that they .should bc. NJW WO have a humber of lots fac ing the Civic Association's Park In ;wi iii Anderson, a?d they sue certain* ly delightful spots on which to live. WE GIVE BEEP SWDY. to tho eye needs of school children. In most cases proper glosses provided now will save their eye?,In years to coma. If your youngster shows eye strain or has headachea bring him hore. Our glasses will stop both. They will do the same for older people too. P...

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. — 23 April 1914

_ A?M??P aS-DOIS?^T MISS T??&p CHAUTAUQUA-May 4 ------ ' ._*_ . ^^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^ VOL. 1, NUMBER 83. ANDERSON, S C., THURSDAY MORNING, APRDU 23, 1914. PRICE FIVE CENTS. $8.00 PER ANNUM? Mexicans Kill Six More Americans; Wound 3? Chester's Guns Pound Walk, 0% Ofy A* Blue 'J^e^;j|^ht Way Into a.FuH Po m of Occupatio? u. s: sHA?yi? P R*2SISTAN<$2 ;i|W(jMKpyWt? VOJLLEV G?REETfB ADVANCE WHO RETURN FIRE, NEVER "THEY GAIN OBJECTIVE l*OfiST (By Asfioriaied Presa.) Vera Cruz, April 22.--Six Americans were kilted and thirty wounded before the complete investment of Vera Cruz at noon today by the United States forces. Sharpshooters On Rb?*". , ? <This morning, Mexican sharpshooters on thc. roofs put up a stubborn resistance. Thpre was one brisk action, guns of the Prairie and Chester assisting in silencing a heavy fire fftjto^lhe naval college. .Shells from the Prairie finally shattered its-waihi The number of Mexicans ;kHled yesterday ts estimated at 150. iay is not known, but it li...

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. — 23 April 1914

BOAB TAX NOTICB ro?d~Ux ha?'be?n' extended toy ibo Board until May 1st, sitar vrhich timo tba booka will be turned over to the collectors and the Usual penalty will be attached. J. Mack King, County Supervisor. ?-2-tt ~ . JTOTlCE. Notice is hereby given that (be Beat regular teachers' examination will be held on Friday, Ksy 1 at the court house m Anderson. Ml teachers whose certificates espiro this year and all those teachers teaching here on certificates from otter counties ajr* requested to be present and stand this examination. The examination ?rill be based on subjects ordinarily ased fer teachers' examination ind will begin promptly st f o'clock. Ufitil lisyl J. B. FELTON, Bupt Education for Anderson Co. NOTICE OF ELECTION There will be sn election at R. H. TUiey's store in Wllllford school dis trict No. 62' on Thursday, April 30, MU, for the purpose of levying ?a additional tex Js?r- of one mill on nil of the. taxable property ot said district to be used for general school pur...

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. — 23 April 1914

_ A?M??P aS-DOIS?^T MISS T??&p CHAUTAUQUA-May 4 ------ ' ._*_ . ^^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^ VOL. 1, NUMBER 83. ANDERSON, S C., THURSDAY MORNING, APRDU 23, 1914. PRICE FIVE CENTS. $8.00 PER ANNUM? That Feature and Mexican War, Scare Serie!? Up the Price . , - j: ? utue New OrlcaaS. April ?2.-Rains lo Tf'H?S til:- S?C tl;- ????e tin. a large part or tho bolt, were the main miHtair\h?g Influences in tbe cot ion market tawny. The Mexican sit uation wa? thc baals of some buying hut no great disposition waa shown io trade oft ft. .At Um .highest the activo montea wer?^W't? l&^polaW over -jtestcrqnjgs last quotations. ' The J close'was i?? 18 over, *. 1 ; '-' ra. -. Tho wratfeUr map and, official re- ! ports indicasen1 that the'better part* ot Tex?.:; cojtj?n belt had . received g.Snoralj raitf^ This -Was' regarded a*: being very unfavoraoVe, and certain io; give ibe>ccrop. Aj* t?selB^i-.setback. ' The market" waa''quiet, and the da niand was not large, but at times j offerings were plent...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 23 April 1914

TBE *MO?RS0H lffTEHJ6EMSER Wnm?t? irai % Mtv Herta Mala Strata * tttM BANKS - - Bdttor W. .W SMOAK - Boatneaa Msnsger ?.! ?' '. t>,, i-i-i-n-n . JKttored According to Act of Con Kress ss 8?4?ad Class ?Malt Matter st tas Posto nice at'Anacreon, B. c. Fa?Kshad Ever* Morales ?y-vmt ^Mrtnjlay; sHBd-Weekly Edition on Tuesday and Friday Mornings temi-Weealy Edition-fl BO per Teer. Dally Bditlon-4C00 per annum; San for Six Months; $1 2C for Three ?Uta. IN ADVANUa Member of the Associated Presa ?ad Receiving' Complete ' Dajiy Telegraphic A larga? clrcnistion than say other newspaper lo Inls Congressional Dla trk* m. ' 'i ?., i .i ! . i i ,i M TEI,IiPIl<m*?t Editorial ;- '.? . - - sj? Business Office ..... . Bal Job Printing - - ? . .. ||| IV Local gTewa 827 Society Naws ? ... . mt Tba Intelligencer ts delivered by carriers in the city. If you fall to get your paper regularly please notify aa. Opposite your name on label af your paper ls printed ?ssa to which soar paper ts palo. All ch...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 23 April 1914

RAPS BUM SAYf THE GOVERNOR HAS LOST THE ENCAMPMENT ;TO THE STATE -.' ' i THE FINANCIAL LOSS To Persona In Charleston Will Ba] Considerable On Acount Of Pr?paration? Special Correspondence. Washington, April 22.-Senator Till man this morning undertook, at the reyu/.?3tl or a number of South Caroln Jans to exert bis influence with Secre tary Carr ison, to have the" encamp ment sent to South Carolina, not withstanding the recent differences be tween Governor Blease .and the sec retary, which led th? latter to revoke ala order designating the isle of Palms for the encampment The secretary told the Senator,', however? that his mind was made up, and; that the on campment would 'be hem in another State.' f Tonight Senator Tillman gave out the following Interview on the molter "I have - received' nurobrous tele grams from friends in Charleston, and other places in South Carolina, beg' ging nie to dee' my influence with the War Department to get the *4cretary of war- to select the Isle [of P...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 23 April 1914

MEN, WOIft?N AfciD CHILDREN TER IT I? m Batty of Strftpr. inHl. trpop, Last* Al| Day arwi SJoodshetl 1 Ii Reported Great (By Assocjated Press.) I Denrar, tyla* anrU ?U-?lre,*n,?t!nr yoe nnd, JHiae Ka. ? ai Briagas .re berat**, aborting ta ad?iee> rt. reeehed ^hj^eaerters of the Unjtejl. ?lae Warier* .fer?,, ai?? H^ Hr?l by Jr???t^. ' ' : ' ^ j iM?eV afl?SrW?aaa? ?'rV^? Trinidad. Colo., April 22.-tti?' bodies df eleven children, two wopipn apd ono. utan were found inte today i In and about tho ruins of the Ludlow tent colony-hy. a Feermlna. party hc-nt out from llore by thu KmMfBS^SfS Croan Sanl?iir: .1 The "bodies are being broughc to' Trinidad. Trinidad, Colo., April 22.-?ix m?as ' .'.aployes dead and two missing; three :???, two wpman ajod a baby report ltd to be entombed in a burning ttwet. 'Ararat minina camns .SHH twrt hundred! mtt?tlamea sad company, gusids ooaftsm^Mik tm^MAtiJ*? i lng v^val winers e^WmanW sV^st?rfkef leaders at more than tour bouadrpow. thia was the situat...

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. — 23 April 1914

_r-._ . . . r-j. MI M i-u ii ?M^III,IH.J,III|I i iiii.i _ m-? '?Jj, ,y M,1,.^ WlWI'lMii1 iv PhHadelphia or Chicago ,n exchange fof WEARING APPARb ^????^ ."ich "e sent broadest pvc, thc country from thc above mentioned cUic, 'There tffc* a M or com? ? I - ? has become ft*?? some people to tee, that ce^hf^^^WfcS^^ SS al* off 4 steady ^o, ? lt In Its 0* I munity l,i this state tat' w?*t is meto? proximate some larger one which has stores mai are . j H .. '',. ? Mdi0n' "er stores are thoroughly ? ioevcr^ ^ ^ ^ ? I we?? wffl ba cofrade* ap to m^Sfe* ^ _ J4f ? 1 . . ph' ruiu>? Cafoltes Harstrare Coatpeay flear*^ end Veuf?aa^ , u?bo?-1?5d?r*oB Company HeAU?ter.Beat?e Company . ."'9gffigBaffi'L WwBii lijm 1 ^00^^ y^^-^ ??Wy fcfcfiBHBBW. ??^^M?T7v S?TBMS^^' ll BniiaojnWee Co*pe*y M^W^Cwfafl?ay SS^S-Artmora-WIUlB Ca. ?-wla rriatlag Ca*aany ri?*, ?a?a/?? in Campbell Tfle and Mantel Company H. Endel jj HOW TO GET TOUR RMLWAY F^eERSpE?. ('mMWFRCE book ? "ave purchases entered >>< the...

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. — 23 April 1914

mt MThc Perils of PaulinC?*' U..TnIr<I Instalment Sn TWO BIG REELS... TTie PALMETTO THEATRE-Friday, April 5?^*in? More and more interesting, as this great serial story progresses the unsusp?cting Pauline is at last face to face with a?tuaiPeril. You can't afford to miss a single installment of this sensational Drama. Read the story, then come see it enacted-you'll enjoy it immensely. . . . FOUR BIG ?EELS EVERY DAY . . . *| UC **Thc Man t'hat Put Thc 'lVIOVE' In Movies.99 I %?%** ? , ' fil I i ,l ' , I ni' " . i , . . ' ' .?ff Il Special Waist Sale I THURSDAY j 20 Doz. Waists all New I Styles Just Arrived. . I Special for Thursday II $1 _ A?M??P aS-DOIS?^T MISS T??&p CHAUTAUQUA-May 4 ------ ' ._*_ . ^^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^ VOL. 1, NUMBER 83. ANDERSON, S C., THURSDAY MORNING, APRDU 23, 1914. PRICE FIVE CENTS. $8.00 PER ANNUM? >^S^SSB^^9H| 1^1. ?y?needR or ?chooi cuiitit-oii. in] :..-^?BB8BHBBBl^^BWH? B. mmm moat case? srniwr rUniu? n?ivw0,i ^o-"" ' BE?jy^^BL JE?*?? vv,?? aav0 tnei...

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 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. ?o Bellt h navy at Vera Cruz. Rioting and attacks on Americans have been reported :he Mexican border primarily to relieve uneasiness among border residents, Washington, April 23 -United States troops.moved tonight to ree nf orce iM| in Washington from many points in interior MexictT today. The embargo on arms into Mexico was formally restored, and troops were ord but alsops a precaution against any hostile milit?ry operations along the ititernationu. , :Seeretary Garrison ann?uij^, that a brigade of infantry and some artillery under Brindle>.r General Frederick Funsion had been ordered tb embark on th. fW army transports at Galveston for Vera Cr?z to support the epedm oraerea to emDark on the four : The chaT* that g?n?rai Maasi the Mexican federal general,; might make a return a ttack on Vera Cruz with reenforcements and the poss...

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 April 1914

T BOA? TAX NOTICE . 'yTTh? tun? for paying commutation m?A ta? ba? bean extended by the Board until May 1st after which time the booka will be turned over to the collectors and the usual penalty will he attached. J, Mack King, County Supervisor. 4-2-tt KOT??'E. Notice is hereby given that the next ' examination will be 'KAT * at the tourt a. Ml teachers expire this year _ teachers Machins hers OA certificates from older counties are requested to be present and aland tine examination. The examination witt ha based aa subjects ordinarily asad for teachers' ezbmlhatioa sad will begin promptly st 0 o'clock, traill H*yl . J. B. FELTON, Supt Education tor Anderson Cc] NOTICE OF ELECTION .There will be aa election at R. H. Tilley:s store ia Wil ilford school dis trict NO. *2 ott Thursday, April SO, 1014, for Bte purpose of levying an additional tax levy of one mill oh all of the taxable property ot Raid district to bo used for general school purposes. Ali voters must exhibit a registra tio...

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. — 24 April 1914

(Woolens of every conceivable shade or I de%n - hut only one quality TBS BEST? I <<GHASE,V I that fanatic idea out of your mind-that 1 you cai? ia a Rea^y- ? ?Ife^fS/1^';-: -We positively ga|M?|?fe|^ j the BEST Clothes Values in AMERICA;1 COLUMBIA ^rfn 1 Tailoring Co* ///VI I^^^^ZIER, Mgr. I l I f i 126 W. Wh?i?er Sireet v iii \\ I I ^N?EHS?N, S. C. ^ ' s?^L I fl ? '??>!> Hi ll Ullin mini.Minim.j?f i ra ^^rriii?iir^iininiiiiirrTii^ ? . Wr ''''ff ?HVlfi PEOPLE ATP WORK I were made, thr ?corie of one of hi: ...and|... Mew ci^ii.ueii;li?iriliiiw en ?MM ind u troupe"br UIOT tretres9#B arriv ait?.-moon front were made, thr s?orie or one of which is supposed tc be laid_ rn England. It t&said'.that the title of 'the picture, will he "The Green Sofa " Lady Hadflcld's plaee .was eh eses, 'es it is 5. r Abie's j The people seemed very favorably r sfev-j impressed with the scena-v ani?U# Ai Clevejind 4; uotcavo \. ' -L^ , At P^WH?3? *i '*<ew Vprk 5' At St. Lpj|^ 3; Detroit 5...

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. — 24 April 1914

M lU?DEnSOlf NTELU?EnGEB W0umm im ? I fjit '. :|T Ut Noria Hala Stoat AHPEBDOHf S. C imUif -! WIUL?AM BANKS ... - Editor W. W. BMO?K M Business Manager Intered According to Act ?f Con flraaa a? 84?oad atas Matt Matter at] the r^A^e^^f.;0. if i i'iif 'ft i* ft ? ? Psblltaed '^rV ll?ralos ' Except '< Monday Mat-Weekly Edition oa Tneeday and ] Friday Moraine* Semi-Weekly Edition-?1 M par Tear. Dally Edition-15.00 par annum; .2.80 tor Six Months; $1.25 tor Three] IN ADVANCE jj Member of the associated Pratt and I Receiving Complete Dally Telegraphic I pe'vtoe IMA A large circulation than tap other newspaper in this Congressional Dis trict ?SiBPHONKSl Sartorial - - - - - SS? Guineas Office ------ 821 j Ja? Printing Lanai Newt - - -1- - - 8271 Society Newt. in ?-*-...., ?? ? ? '?i '.i?*|ji'.lnia!l!iancer la carriers tn the city.cl a*t your paper regularly pleat* sstfl. aa. Opposite your name on tanti ur paper la printed data to whian paper lt paid. All Mw tanjil t* should be drawn to T...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 24 April 1914

i Weamnirton, April 23.i-?? - > =^6k^ -0:ti$i&w.?Jf th* was fciven oat ?t 3:20 n, .m. Waahintfon, April 23.-9a. m.~Twelve Americana We beer? kdted m thc occupation of Vera Crux. Thu was bounced in a di?-! pAtch from Rear Admirai Eo^er toado ptoblk .V tho Navy Depart-i anent at 2:45 a. m. 7 Eight menwaye kflHf^ ^outfighting Wednesday- An ear PV* the second day'e casualties to two killed; ten wounded, making tota! rix dead; 30 wounded. , Admiral Badger said Mexicans often disregarded flag of troce. ' .?- r i H ? "I, ' V'" ; ' Americana in Danger in to???tfOt^ VWaAmgton~.10i60 a .m^-April 23.~Th? nayy.an4war d^ reentshave toade ^lane for the early anisare of thc railroad from Var? Crus to^Mea^Ctty. Private advices ?re that Atm^cans aie to dan ger m Mernoo City. Dispatches say that mob. ara forming. Amar ?ana oft a street &at is toeto^ ' \ ' - -4. ; i \w? IL |i*e*n? i w* ?j?/-.! . ? *v j .'' . lYkzy America,? TlW? Vex. Washington, ll *. o>~-April 23.-The state department h...

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. — 24 April 1914

BL EASE SPEAKS of Columbia Record Special Correspondence: Spartanburg, April 23.--Cole L. please made two spceehee here ?oday one In tho afternoon oed the .otter tonight. Largo ero wa listened'to him outline the platform on willoh ho will make his race ter the senate. Fully .2.000 jpeopM wer? m front of the court' house tonight, cheering him. In both uddyesaos he urged, hts'sup porters to attende, the pfectuct dub meeting Saturday and send detegat <" n,?*^S^:s^^#^^? wdtiliPV pror^ vady effort to : rawi^tl: ru? ...-lu^f.-.?kic prjrnary- elections, wuicfc>hesi?na#4 ?puld be attempt, ed af the State coli ven tlon which' moots in Columbia. 120 convicts to release, having ^al ready extended clemency to over lj&tt. h^le^Epj|^r?h??aiT^n incident which lo*t .the mc'bHixet'oii esc?np in>nt to ihia State. He declarad lie had written'a letter to the s?cr?t?t of war, and that Ufr. Garrison had CCi . bC" CCCr?CC;?C turnen W ?HHWBr it.. Ho declared "that th? only ones who are sorry 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. — 24 April 1914

MEXICAN WARSHIP ?S SACK it Stiaaswd Into Port At Vet* Cruz j Ta Discover Americans Ia 'ContfiO? ^Yjtt? Cra?, ?pr?i SS,-Tba Ma xi caa sffifMt Progreso, with more- then' five bundreji,souliers aboard, steamed to the harbor mouth this evening, but ho farther. , Thc commander of the ftoV&o had not heard that tho Americans t/ere la possession of the city. Th* Progreso waa balled hy the flSS Ebfp; md boarded by Lieutenant Jiyroa Me?endless of Rear Admiral Badger's staff;, who informed the commander that, he had the choice of rp malting uat?r ?he guns sad seaeblif bte of the flagship, or putting out to sea. Be wsa totormod that the tmlted goatee was np* ht way with Matteo, but that the, brfaeace of Mexican ga ?a boa ta ead solders at Vera Crux waa u?*? des ir vU1<T>?ai,|ltS.wte|sinl MoCandlcss roach ed Progreso a?' asked that a gangway be ioweirid, but this was refused, ead ba j uti ped for thc st$e of tas rossal abd clined aboard.; The interview was hrtef ?ad ended by tba Mexica...

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. — 24 April 1914

???m w i wini DWI pu i.IM . A GENUINE AMERICAN ROUND-UP ENTITLED "CALIFORNIA RODEO" Iii TWO BIG REELS At The Palmetto Theatre Saturday, April 25th Broncho busting, bulldogging, roping, riding of a mad steer done in true Western style; See the cowpunchers riding furiously after mad steers, lasso and tie I |^ them in record breaking time. Fascinating and exciting from start to finish. Saturday's program exceptionally good. See lobby display. AwW Four Big Reek Every Day. The Man that Put the 'IMove'Mii Movies tr WE SELL GOOD .*. SHOES - ?. ? M LOOK AROUND AND YOU WILL < J?| I'. TH SN BE CONVINCED THAT NO WHERE CAN YOU SECURE BET %-jfy ? TER VALUES IN SHOES THAN WE OFFER. WE HAVE BEEN IN THE .SHOE BU8INESS8 LONG ENOUGH TO KNOW WriBN^pUBT^Lp CUSrr -yV J fl Ww fouiwp CX??#? ?B'WB 'uto'?f BE GIVING SATISFACTION. 48 THIS NOT THE $?8T Ofe?RANTEB OF m& SATISFACTION: Wo arn selling shoes on their merits und if you want a placo U. shop for linties where you know yon will get 100 cents fo...

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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