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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 28 April 1914

-?OWY MISS THE CHAUTAUQUA?May 4 *?Ur, *XttM)?b*4 imi Daly, ?ub. 2t, 1914 ANDERSON, SC* RNING, APRIL 20, 1914 PRICE FIVE CENTS. $5.00 PER ANNUM. I ARE BRIGHTER HUERTA ACCEPTS OFFERS OF TH? S. A. DIPLOMATS | TO ARBETRATE AMERICANS SAFE General Fuoslen .Expected To Take Command of Vera Crus Today?Fletcher To Ship (By Aaeoclbted Press) Washington, April 27.?Th6 tenseness: of the Mexican situation was distinctly jelieved today when th?^t^frafftt?tives of Argentine/ Brazil .and "Cftile, supported by pressur?; front all Latin-America, and fmn; the foremost powers of gSSTCpC, ?GmCCmub?cu , irrcir er-1 flirts toward ? specifjc adjustment 'of the crisis. More Hopeful of Peace. j The success of.the first steps to ward mediation before the prompt acceptance by the United States and the announcement of , the Spanish ambassador' that Huerta had accepted the tender of good, offices?produced fe??ing of dis tinct hope/which w?s reflected not only in administration quarters, but in congress where "wa...

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. — 28 April 1914

The time for paying commutation ' tax bah been extended by .the " until May Sat, after which time i book* will he turned over to .the lectors and the ?anal penalty will be fflvjttifr J. Maofc King, Comity Supervisor. Notice Is hereby'given that the next . teachers'.examination will be 4*1*5 Friday, May 1 at the court ^9 ,a Anderson. ill teachers wfhose certificates expire this year :.H^Mn teaching hero 0? c^rtlflsateft from oUar counties ere rfiquestjsd.to bo present and stand '?I? examination. The examination will ho based as subjects ordinarily ftssd tor teachers' examination and will begin promptly ss s o'clock. J. b. fhmcon, location for Anderson Co. NOTICE OF- KLicT??N There will be an election at it. H. TWsa>,.atoro to WUllford school dis trict-Nor.?l "da^drsua>. April 50, im, ?s of the triable property of said 1* y& for. gaaeral school ?rs most exhibit a registra tion centflcato and tax receipt. Polja will open at sovsa a; m., and| cibsa. at.fou? p, m. &/ order ...

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. — 28 April 1914

1WISH you would get a glazier to come up and set that pane of glass the chil dren broke yesterday. The house is as cold as k barn," said the surburban house wife, as her husband was about to go to business. * "Haven't time this morning," replied her hus band. "Just look in the Telephone Directory? you'll find several there. Give 'the ord?r to the one who says he will se>id a man right up." S ?it> ih? man with the telephone who gets the hurry orders every time, When you telephone?smile SOUTHERN AND TELEGRAPH The-Victor is ready with the ;nusic, and you can dance the Turkey Trot and Tango whenever x/our feet feel that way. Catchy and HyelyYecords^-Ioud and brilliant, and played in perfect; time |pr dancing. o If you don'c daYice, you'll enjoy listening to this fascinating rnusic any way. , fYj&?. i'\ - iy' Come in. and hear the newest Victor Records for dancing Turkey.Trots and Tangos. Willis & S Bleck lev Wk Anderson S. G. Crf?x*hic ?^?r?pUtm pf the Sa?? Butler Bonham, ...

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. — 28 April 1914

THE AUDEflSOil INIELLIGEfiSER Feaadefl 18M m North Hai? smtc ANKS - * Bettor tetered. According to Act of Cos .grass ** wtonA CUm Mail Matter at fias PostoQee at Anderson, 8. G Morning Monday Edition on Tuesday aad Mornings *e*?-WeeWy Editien-Sl 60 par Tsar. 'Hallr Edition?9-5.00 par annum; fM? tor 8lx Months; $1,26 tor Three Sfoatha SN ADVANCE ' ?iemher of tht Associated Prag* aal <taeetviag Complete Daily Tsla^aph?c - A largo circulation than any other rjtwspapar la tola Congressional Di? ?tortel anslnoss OflUt loa Printing Xoca? ?elfl^ t?al?ty Mew* The fear ?aper rsgnJarly w. Opposite your namo c? label 4rafU. ihottld ha ?mim to The Andee ma latoUlftneor. Taa Weather. - t Washington, April 27.?-Forecast: aesB Tuesdayfwod^ssAay sTowe^rs. ?t mysterlea?the cost of bash. ?-: o ; Daniels orders "No* yvost?-Oh? war in Ulster. '^rtt$tya will please keep it. i is My Town?L. 0; Dickey mid In vent, something .to :* of meat in diet. - f <; the potato crop h? '.aVtrt, r soon hecomes th...

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. — 28 April 1914

-?OWY MISS THE CHAUTAUQUA?May 4 *?Ur, *XttM)?b*4 imi Daly, ?ub. 2t, 1914 ANDERSON, SC* RNING, APRIL 20, 1914 PRICE FIVE CENTS. $5.00 PER ANNUM. Served." so are sellii SOUTHERN , D?ving six days of the weei ;'Che yil! conduct a story hoar of athlBUff. nod physical culture, ? The Idatructors for this work have work la under the supervision of Dr. V Chsutsuquns. VbrougbVtrt'the entire country much is being brsries in the inrjs cliizs fca?c- a regular tsiv?y bou trainij ong'tbe children of each community dar ?? childxou *ha.ctrartrauqna tent, r- the older ones wilt carry out a program ting schools In Chicago. Ths playground p?riment of Education of the hedpath and plsyground work. M&ny public ti (-Received at Ande ion 4:12 p: ui. Monday) . WasfeaV April 27?4:10 p. no.?Diplomat here ?pc that n^ctiatzon* for mention fcwtween the and! Mexico will have a ?w ccossfel concBonon, mediators be?ve. an almo st impossible task bet?r* i pf?c4??i ^ ?his wovemm?ant, nowaver, are hopcroi. . MVas a...

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. — 28 April 1914

QOOO ft>.4? OO O ????tOO o ? o SINBAD'S TRAVELS o ? o o Chief Scout of Blease and o o McLauria Campaign Hear* o o ?od Sec. Interesting Things o O III Politic*. O ooooooooooooooooo <By -W.. P. Beard.) | AU indications an pr?sent point to a red-hot senatorial and gubernatorial campaign. With a little spice here and there In the various congressional cajnpal?hs. Also the" statte office can-' dfdatof wilt feel the rumbling jar of mighty Vesuvius some. That the lines wll be closeiy 'dfa iii ib? aonstortal - rai?' l? atwrf tativo W. F. Stovpneou, affecttonutoly known to fame 'as ^aboard Bill." I The tentative entrance of vttyin two genial gcntlinoa arid oonghty Wat-rtpra ' Into this race was because of ? well founded belief ou their part that Sen-. a{or Slnlth wa? down and out and that ' this was a most propitious time for a disinterested patriot to snatch 4he lu lira) frnm.' ^plt?j?? 1.?-..^ j < ?jij dentally seventy-rlve hundred per. They soon, saw that It would Only he1 a, vic...

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. — 28 April 1914

i?ndors of ed by Us Gr?lent- te SUPERB WORKS OF SCULPTURE ?NP ART IN COLOSSAL EXHIBIT PALACES FOR rt,-?-R ICA S PANAMA CANAL CELEBRATION. ^^t-lKTfi of gold from vast oriental domes, Venetian blue on minarets, pro B ?. d?glons works of sculptera and the.arrival of notables Irtan all part? of .tbe globe give glimpses of the great Pauema^Pgclde international ' pW*. J&p<*Uion a* ii will appear wh#n Its gates swing opep to the world on Fefc.20, lois, -> Wat for many years will the world be enabled to enjoy so marvelous a collection of the wovks of contemporary sculptors The World's Columbian Exposition at ^bl?ago first proved that th? greatest talent might be engaged to produce work of even temporary value. Since then more ayd more atten tion has been given at each succeeding exposition to sculpture as a form of decoration, and the great Pafcama-Pael?c, JhternatJr-asl. Kspcaid?? si Sao Francisco promises to surpass even Chicago's exquisite-display... . : Every phase or the expo...

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. — 28 April 1914

Coming Next Mod First Instalmd $?he Last Word In Stylish) 1 PUMPS at GEISBERG'S TO THAT WOMAN WHO WORSHIPS AT Till: SHRINE OF THE ?GODf HESS Ok' FASHION" OUR SHOWING OF NEW SPRING AND SUMMER COLONIALS IS MOST APPEALING. THEY REPRESENT THE HIGHEST ATTAINMENT IN THE ART OF 8H0E*MAKING. THEY, ARE FASH. IONED IN STRICT COMPLIANCE WITH THE LATEST STYLES TREND TO MATCH PERFECTLY THE NEW* CONCEPTIONS IN DRESS* FIFTH AVENUE OR BROADWAY BOAST OF NO MORE ALLl'BING STYLES THAN WE ABE NOW DIS. PLAYING. IN ALL LE ATHEES uriiru irai1 ticiivuuik "wit war i HQIi EJ2? A IM %t ORNAMENTS. THEY ARE FRESH FROM THE LATEST STYLE CEN TERS AND HAVE A REPUTATION FOB UNSURPASSED FITTING* AND WEARING QUALITIES. at from $2 to Relsberg Bros. Shoe Co* ?JiftER MASONIC TJSMFLE S ho es That 3at i $ f y eus records mem that the firsft house in North A^emwi was rtoi startedun til the 26th day of !a?t Way. 16 ,i .ix in nn unlit y THAT 60 lots have been sold?i^k ing bought by 44 dli?erent pe?pte, at an aggregate cost ??...

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. — 29 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. 200 MEN Tit Women and Children, R< By Ar Rescuer^ Strive \ Alive WhSL -? VILLAGE SHAKES WITH FOR,* THAT BRINGS ?H SECOND EVER HAPPENED IN COAL }-o.., ! O \?! ; '?'' N.T. * a . ?, f ? j o. m o. u. v o 190 KNOWN DEAD (By Associated Pyes?,) Ecce?ee, W. Va,, April 28.?^General Bay les. of the New River Coiher!e? Company, announced at midnight the ISO rainer? entombed in mine No. 8, wrecked today by an ex plosion, are dead. Mr. BoyScs said the disaster was doe to a ?fast explo sicta. ; Eleven bodies have been, recovered from mine number 6, a connecting operation and six men aye mhamg. ' Fifty-nine men, all seriously burned, were rescued from this opera tien. ' : ' oil Ecceles, W. Four miners a ,#*d. fifty-nit April 2.8.?; jwri 1o be it is be'iev?d, for their IiVss," fc?j the result of an explosion of fcaij m mines rumber 5 and 6 of 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. — 29 April 1914

BO AD TAX NOTICE U?jv t?t paying commutation tax baa b^en. ax tended by the ? until May 1st, after which time the-hook*-wfll be turned over to the wnectore and, tho usual penalty will X Ma*a*Kin*t County Supervisor. HOTICE? on Friday, Kay J at tad court bouse m Anderson. Ml teachers Whose certificates expire this year ana all those teachers teaching hers on certificates from oUer counties are requested to be press?t and stand Ida examination. The examination will he based on subjects ordfnarily for teachers; examination and 11 begin promptly at ? o'clock, ^ttaj? X. B. FfBLTON, pt. Education for Anderson Co. K0T1CE OF ELECTION There wj|l he an election at It. H. Tillers store in WllUford school dis trict No. 62 on Thursday. AwHl SO, 1914. for the purpose of levying an addition?) tas levy of one mill of the toxablo property of said t to be used for general school son. . -rdters must exhibit a reglstra cettiflcate and tag receipt. ITo w'?ir Open ut seven a. m., and clo?? at' four ? ni....

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. — 29 April 1914

DON'T BUY BUGGY or AGON and HORSE or Until you have, seen jhe ones'! have for sale. If you want. the best, say Piedrnpnt Buggy or Mil burn wagon. ...Sales Stables. Anderson, S. C. -OF A VEHICLE OF ANY KIND? g let us show you our stock before you buy. JF Wc carry a complete stock of all kinds. Also B?r>j n?ss, Whips and Robes. Wc have some extra good values in Mules and Horses. Liberal terms and courteous treatment to ah\ . J There \s none better to be ?ad at anything like the price, Quality considered. Our plant is the best equipped in this s?elhin of th? state, and every workman in our employ, Is a master oi his art- We use only the best materials to be had, and with the modern equipment of our plant, we are in a.po sition to give you better grade of work on short notice than mensely if yea a ill let us figure on the next order you con FH?rfTHFvG, B?HD?wr ?E^AJFXE?KiER WORK, or any kind ?f Commercial y, like everything else ,goo<^ is the ,~,?d when it to ,?>rk aisc to yout...

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. — 29 April 1914

IRfidOERSOHINTELLiSENOEB m Fiaaial im m Ksrtfc arma Mmi _ : AHPBBSOy, ft. G | y]Tf.ff|AV wA&frs . alto* W. y SMOAKj^ Bsstgnel yhaajjto flittered AccdrdW to Act of Coa Sr?M m Seeon* ?lssa Hall Matter at tat PostoOce # {Anderson. 8. a Morning Bxotpt dnday ?on os Tuttdsy and 'Mornlngt dy Hiitlon-ii to per Year! Delix Edition?$6.00 per annum;! UM tor Blx Months; $1.? for Three] IN ADVANCB - Member of tha Associated Preaa aad Receiving Complete Daily Telegraphic A l?rg* circulation than any other rewspaper la this Congraattosal Di? ?. I.... 11 h. YEJU?HUAIIl i I. Society Newt -? _ ? ? m? Tie Intelligence? 2a delivered by ?arri?ra in the city. If yoo faU to get your paper rogularli- pie-u? notify aa. Opposite your name on label ? your paper Is printed data to which Jgjtr papar la pajd. Att cheeks and draft* should ha drawn to flit Ander ana Intelligencer. *? ' Anderson " is My Town?Judge AI den. There's something doing In Ander son: every day. The tuwn with (he pej>. r?S' ?*?*er Cl...

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. — 29 April 1914

Phone 636 CHAU? Mi {Contln Jfjpfii with excdi ed the varied p chafttcier parla the Italian, ta ?uclieiino btnatt&^S??'^S?; w.,ru. .-it. of-.' t.-nea cher* aras <ia*' controllable laughter, aad. in the ecene where ho nrotrav.?* *^ . _i" aged than being ^tricd lor an old"oT v^ere team on mon? Tlio cffectiveneon of his work showed that he .'a a master at reaching the human emotions. The most classic - piece of work was bis make-ap ea a eock^n,; y.aod. his reading of rftpHng'a to s work in this selection was every perp?n in ihe audience. ^ wi Mr.|?^fo'B continue If] tneEdispr Young" men, < . fo?T**ol sterling worth, were nettle;?? There: are; glint ' wrongs'' uP'?e righi?T, every business prostituted by uns&t?tb^ Century, God calls young men to sec visions of heroic action; sustained manly eh 4*a*o?; of high Ideals, to chattethge i enemies of social purity and honesty I Id*-the*ocial order, thus to firing in a new. social- chivalry. ! The?la?Ss ef Shaman csmase never offer...

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. — 29 April 1914

ems net Mon ?v^zy LitUc Pap?r Pub! Employes of the tott X y'1 ' ' [" [' ' '" ' \ FLOWER AND GARDEN SEED. True iflr bis promise Senator H, P SmUH .?ej?t. ?* aJjirfcfc (|ua?Utjf both flower an? ' vieretable seods. ' DuriHf 4h? mouih Mi Minis KaV delivered personally nearly three thousand . p^ka^M, Bagband every mill fam Ut aur group of ntflls has *fe?ejr;ett se*. c'rjrt package* *;,Tfte su?erlotun denjs and outside overseers have done nobty In blpuihlni: the gar dens ana/ipAwjWv'fbe trash hauled off promptly. In the April iss?e of THB COM I AN we ran several splendid' garden .articles from per?ons^pu,po5sibly kriow personalty, showing the pleasure and profil of having a good gar. de/i p-?-i *rj?Hy surroundings. Now we beliefre' that our .people are* goiiig to do, their part in. In addi tion to all mat has been done,, we ha\ifl . n,iri>K;ic?rC ???5 J??J?GU?h t'? It beisimply fine to see Pretty vin?s on every. porjpfccV Tjbe seeds will b? brought to you and expert ad v?vc.??Vcri ip ^...

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. — 29 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. 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. 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. $5.00 PEF ANNUM. Kidl^lf ?ines Sin They ?ppe IGHT OPE?A by the well known another 'most eoieyable event oreraa which, this company pit reiidiaon lining: tHv^e ?* a^Soi \*^ew.''1ii$v^^ tbt? c tanqui they 'wtlf'tnaaettt selections rroE og wUi; gffe a -concert ' STOCK MARKET (By A-snoclated Presa) New York, April L'^?Fnim opening. forclose today/" t ho stock markiet Iwpt^-tipwarrf, Trading was quiet and : i^? adrarice was ,alow, but thVsho'w-: lag'rot strength lmMi V??o*"; -the lees iMfwaiiccd anil by i?e end of '-ihe day ww upturn ran Irons one ib fou...

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. — 29 April 1914

noticed the large home? that are belog It ccrtaibly adds m. Anderson Faint & ?oW Co. f m*ckfeyBi%. Phon? 647 Tomato Plants ??c Per Dosen : Mfrater* of fferfd? TttefW?? Next Moi irst Instalmt showed 60 lots 6,000. net la i sorry," returned yesterday from a I SS!1^ trU> to the ?ower part of the ?tate. il-SL^' ^ Xtna PWd through An-, I en route to hin home at Starr. Dr. land ; recently under-1 'went an oycrattoa/, to Atlahti Dr, J. S. Moffatt, president of Ersk ine collate at Due Vim, was among Wf^Wtore/to spend yesterday lu An derson. ?ai^^Clwenco Sullied KBMLh?r moth. . _ ... UeOhey. ^' Bo?*??' df-ns?r Wriiiam aton has been spending a few days ? sue city, the guest of his son, Wv H. Bowiau on East Orr street Mr. and Mrs. Esfcew * of Pendleton ware shopping in the city yesterday R. H. Price of Townvllle was la the ??y yesterday for a .few hours. L. W. Campbell of the WiUhunston wtton spent a tew hours in the city yesterday. nP'J&J^' ^ownvihe was among I tne.visitors to spen...

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. — 30 April 1914

Api??l 28--D?IW'T CHAtrrAUQUA?May 4 ""r , '. :-r ire??y? Bit*Mkae<! ?Mg Daily, Jaa* 18,1911, WpERSQt1t k 1914, PRICE FIVE CENTS. $5.00 PER ANN?f? REFUGEES FLEES WiRE WILSON T? FIGHT !T ?U7 THREE HUNDRED STRONG, ON ONE SHIP, THEY DECLARE OUTRAGES SUFFERED IN MEiXldo SHOULD BE REVENGED J BYA^RI?ANGUNS Consultation 1? On In Washington As To Advis-i ??r?iity or Mobilizing the M???fcfa of South Carolina and Other States and Colum bia Will Be Muster Ground If Call To Assemble Is Made (By Associated Pres?.) New rurkr, /*pf? 29.~-Brigadier General Rob ert J. Evans, commanding the Department of the East of the United States arrny will go to Washing ton -tomorrow to take up with the war department the question of sites for the training camps of the rjirith and tenth divisions of the state mihtia i^fS? event of a general mobilization. In the ninth division are the national guards of v:..'.:-.. Oc.ov<r;n.. - . ' rh - < tenth Alabama, Mississippi, ; tuck y, Botest to ending war April 29...

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. — 30 April 1914

boa? tax NOTICE The Um? for paying commutation *i roe* tax has been extended by the Board.until May 1st, after which time the books will be turned over to the v coliactors and the usual penalty will t> jfatack Klo?, County Supervisor, f ** ft NOTICE, Notice la hereby given that the next regular teachers' examination will be held on Friday, May 1 at the court house tn Anderson. all teachers whose certificates expire this year and all those teachers teaching hare Ott certificates from otaer counties are requested to be present and stand examination. The examination be baaed on subjects ordinarily for teachers' examination and -begin promptly at 9 o'clock, until Mayi jr. a felton rj? fttpt. JBfesatfon tor Anderson Co. notice of election I -J?her* T^11 ^?? elastic*, at R. H. k TMey'a store in Wiliiftrd school dis M met NO. 62 on Thursday, April SO, ? tne Parpeae of levying an $ additional tax levy of one mill on ni: of the taxable property of said 1 district to be nsed for general sc...

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. — 30 April 1914

A MES This antiouhcem Philadelphia or Chicaj h - * : ' ft !lias become a habit munity in (Iiis state but what section. - ' Her stjres are thoroug , For cash purchases an ways will be refunded up to 6C * Armstrong Pharmacy Kdward L. Ayers Uarr Dry Gonds Company Bruce ami poster Prog Co. Bruns.Matte* Company ( ;tu.pfc<-tl Til* iuS ???sie! ? HOW TO GET YOU? RAIL1 from any of th ty will refund y ^member the exceller COTTON RANGES UP ?ND DOWN Old Positions Decline, But New Crop Prices Stiffen as Result aclaf?il Press) rrll 29.?The action of' - ..........v.. 14^-^ tuiinucM an tu lut? OUI* hhjH For ih? new crop owing to fur iiitr reports o? a late start and ao prs lionc?ons of renewed raico in ?he \vr3*.ern heit'before the end of the New crop positions mads new high hip !5iere:~er.t, ~h"c fluc tuations in the oM, crop months were Irregular, with the market clobing ;.^vad"> it a net decline or 16 points on April and 1 to 4 points on oiherj old . croo pc?l?oi.?, while ~ iat?r deV H ver...

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. — 30 April 1914

ANDERSON INTELLIGENCER ?? \+m4+? im Berth Mala Sinti AHDEKSO?f, S. C BANKS - - Editor ?. W SMOAK Busines? Manager flbtered According to Act of Oos? .?es aa Second Claas Mail Matter st Ute Postofflee, at Anderson, 8. C ? " 1 ." ?1-? Feblisbed Brenr Montag Except Monday ?sal-Weekly Edition on Tuesday aa? Friday Mornings > Saad-Weerly Edition?$1 60 per Tear. Daily Edition?$5.00 per annum;! fco* for Six Montas; 91.25 for Thrae Ut ADVANCE Member of the Associated Press and! Receiving Complete Dally Tolegrsphlc Service t? I ' I Ii' I 11 I ?^mm I A large circulation than any other I f?wSpaper in this Congressional Dis-| fftot TELEPHONE 81 Office - - - - . 821 lob Printing ? , - - -418?L Usai Newa IvJvXH ? J ?27 Society New?. ? - - - - - ?21 I The Intelligencer ? delivered by carriers In the, city. If you fall, to get yoar paper regularly pleads sattfy us. Opposite your nemo on label of your paper Is printed date Is which yaw pcr-r ?o pal?; All eh*-" should be, drawn to The Intelligencer...

Publication Title: Anderson Daily Intelligencer, The
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