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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 1 May 1914

m m mm i F ?Et APPALLING I len lurid Children, Ri By A? Rescuers Strive i Alive Whil, VuXAGE SHAKES WITH FOR THA-P BRINGS ON SECOND EVE? HAPPENED IN COAL O O OOOOO O O O O O O O O O O: 2 ?90 KNOWN DEAD 3 ?. < By ???ociatcd Pr?ts.) o! .4>; CoiW?eny, announced et o o r?dr?rttiba 190 miner? o .>S^'*o.:5, o dead. -1 Mr. o i said -the disaster o ' 'r*?*'.* tltoi exp?o- ** o JSf?a,. 'o , bumed, w.ere ?. from ibis opera- o 9 &m o oooooo o o o o o o o o o o o ^ Er?celes, \V. .Va.,. April 28. Fo?rvihiners are known to be ?pacj, .tl?ty-nin? ; were rescued, many of. them se.verelv' burned j 2p3< others are entombed in two ?urhing mines; with small chance. it ip believed, ipr their, lives,-as thi^result of i an explosion of gas tn, mme* number 5 and 6 of tjie New" River Coal Collieries Com if?ihy 3at? today, ? Tjie dead and rescued were tak en f^fnVn^e .No^ and it is all but ih^ct?tti.w|i.g-<rjrtar?d this shaft ?at$y today have been accounted f<fr; -?o^<]itte?xtQ?^;.:-?...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 1 May 1914

NO matter how busy you are these days, you owe it to yourself to take a few minutes time to loot through our line and see for your self the many wonderful values we are showing in Men's and Young Men's Clothing. A great line of Men's and Young Men's Suits at $8.50 $10 $12.50 $15 $16.50 $18.50 $20 ' and $25. REGAL SHOES lu all the newest style and leathers at $4.00 $4.50 and $5.00. Other Shoes $1.50 to $3.50. This is the time ot' year you wont to pull off thc heavy underwear. We have any kind of the cool garments you want, from 25c to $1.00. R. W. Tribble THE UP-TO-DATE CLOTHIER wen- mou who afterwards held th?? positions indicated hy their till??; F. W Pichen? of ridgefield, United Slate? mini -'i r lo KM 1,1 and war governor of South Carolina; (Jen. Carlington of Laurina; Coi Sullivan of Laurina; Col. .1 Poster Marshall of Abbeville Coi. Kori of lexington. All of these wore sj ron K men. bul Brooks won "In a walk." and ultlioiiKh ho would not canvass bis own county- Edgell? hi also...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 5 May 1914

SEMI-WEEKLY EDITION OF ' -fi??S%r..... VOL. 1, NUMBER 81. fr?eklj. ?RUbIb)b*d J8*t DaUr, Ja?. 1?, 1914, ANDERSON, S. C., TUESDAY MORNING? APRIL 21, 1914. PRICE FIVE CENTS. $5.00 PER ANNUM. NEAR BATTLE TAKES PLACE CLOSE FUNSTON'S TENT AT VERA CRUZ NO AMERICANS HIT Secretary of War Garrison la In dined to Mirninize Affair for ti?. Present (By Associated Press.) Vera Crue. May 2.-At ll o'clock thia morning ? Mexican force esti mated at from 300 to 500 men ap peared a milo beyond the waterworks station. As MkAjor John H. Russell, of the marinos had received orders not U> assum? the offensive he and his men watchod the Mnxicans with much interest. Mexlean? Demand Surrender. Suddenly a Mexican lieutenant and non commissioned officer bearing a white flag advanced and presented a d-emand for the Americans to surren der within ten minutes. Major Russells reply was: ''Hurry right back and do not waste any of the time your commanding of ficer has swpulated." Major Russell then made prepara ...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 5 May 1914

Whenever ?hu see sn Arrow think, " of Coca-Cola. Iiemand thc penHnc l>y full name Nickname? encourage Mil*tltution. THE COCA-COLA COMPANY ATLANTA, GA. for the largest Water Melon grown fromour seed. We have TOM WIT* ?Olt, KLEKLEY SWEET and MONTE CRISTO. We also have for Introduc tien, several haadred packages of. three entirely new water melons whfeh will j 6ft f Iren free to any et onr farmer friends who will call at ear stet?. Fant's Book "FORSAKE FOR ?A?.E-We ?ave for Sale 2,050 acree of l?r?d. containing about 8. 000,090 fee? of timber, nearly all .ont l?*f. The land is the very b?il( in tho ?tate, yielding a bale of cotton to th? acre without fertilizer Abply, if interested to the St. G?OrM> 1^T?* A Invnnt tnent CO., 256 Meeting airest, Charleston, S. C. ? : . 4-24-4t J???S8 LULlBSSOtfeS moim AT LAW. Lta-s Nacatistei ?a Bsa! l?tala, Oaesa =Wtti<a Vanaivar Bn?dto?. A?TMIR80N. 8. tl ; i ' It's Just Like This vs .-y . ? When1 yon* need glasses yon natur ally liant tbe bes...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 5 May 1914

Good Grit To succeed these days you must have plenty of grit, courage, strength. How is it with the children? Are they thin, pale, delicate? Do not forget Aver*? Sarsaparilla. We simply Muggcst thc medicine. Lei your it u a strong tonic, entirely bee from ale? nete*- po?ticdy decide ?Acut ?7. Ai* him hoi. Builds up the general health, without fiat. Then do ru ht tau*. k?n!"iui: a particle of 6timulan\~?Psold for 60 year*. The FARMERS AND MERCHANTS ...BANKee. and The Farmers Loan & TrustJCo. Will be-pleased to discount from i5oo to 2000 gilt edge notes running from $50 to S100 eich, tint* wil be p^jd during the months of October and November. THE PRl/DENT MAN"Wilt BEWARE \ ^S/mopf STRANGERS w/r/f N/C? ' lp If all of these schemes which "Smooth" strangers coma around to peddle are such great "Money Makers" why don't they KEEP them themselves? VVhcn a man is trying hard to sell you a proposition there ia something in it for HIM-that's a sure thing. Is it not better for raf all to k...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 5 May 1914

IRE MIO?RSON INTELLIGENCER , fessded ISM r . m Horlh Hal* Street _ ABPEB?OrT, & C WILLIAM BANKS - . Baiter W. W 8MOAK - Business Manager Bantered According to Act ef Cen Brees as Sec .nd Class Mall Matter at ihm Post?me at Anderson, fl. C. ?1..il < ; ? j .. i ? 'j Published Ever* Morning Except Monday ?snti-Weekly Edition OT Tuesday and Friday Mornings -Ween- Edition-SI 60 per Year. Dally iCditiuu-16.00 per annum; $1.60 for ?\z Months; $1.26 for Three Months iN ADVANCB Mesnber of the Associated Press and Receiving Complete Daily Telegraphic Bailies ty i i ? ? ??? A large circulation than any other! newspaper in this Congressional Dis , sift*_ TELEPHONE Bi BJBltOrlal - - I"" ... IJT7 Business Office ------ sn Job Printing.-6ft-L Local Newt. 817 Society News .... . 821 Tbe Intelligencer la delivered by carri s ra in the city. If yon fall to Cwt your paper regularly please notify aa. Opposite your name on label of year paner is printed dete to Traich year paper la paid. AU check...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 5 May 1914

ENSIGN S. WON GEE. ONE OF THE In Mentioned In the Dispatches A>, Fighting !n the Ancient City-*?* Of jthe Stirring Ind lento s tm States {navy who have r K-ei vee ;tyjjjhi j commendation for theil worst, at; Vera Cruz is Ensign Solomon Haddon Geer ot the Utah, who is mentioned,In some of the dispatches aa "one of tho heroes \ of the battle at jVera C^inz^? Mr. Gojer ls a grandson}of Solomon'' Geer of this county and k son of Mr. and Mri. H. K. Geer of Helton. .Ensign (Jeer's rapid fife crew and hlmset .vere photographed by the field photographers of the metropoli tan newspapers and in Ute New York Herald of recent date their picture ap pears with a tribute to their gallantry. This ls the crew that slept on the cobblestones of the city of Vera Cru? and waa mentioned In the Associated Press dispatches for driving the Mex icans out of the main streets of the city. Mr. Geer married Miss Souther, daughter of Dr. W. C. Souther of Union county, and she is now on a visit to his parents a...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 5 May 1914

If 1 W? Would Like To Show You THE SUPERIORITY OF OUR WORK There is none heiler lo be had at anything like the price. Quality considered. Our plant is thc best equipped in this section of thc state, and every workman in our employ, is a master of his art- We use only the best materials to be liad, and with the modem equipment of our plant, wc arc in a po sition to give you better grade of work on short notice than you can possibbly get elsewhere. We will appreciate it im mensely if you will let us figure on the next order you con templ?e placing for PRINTING, BINDING, RULING, LOOSE-LEAF LEDGER WORK, or any kind of Commercial Printing. Good printing, like everything else good, is the rhrlip v t in the long run-and when it comes to work of quality, we can talk to you intelligently. "WE'RE NOT STUCK UP" --just proud ol the kind of work wc arc doing. And of the fact that we are daily adding new, satisfied patrons, to the hundreds of boosters for "Good Printing" already on our lists. Let...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 5 May 1914

r OUR LAST MEM (Written Especially for The Atlanta | Georgian.) (ThlB concise .history will be com pleted in six instalments, to be pub-1 ilBhcd consecutively.) CHAPTER I. 1 aro to write for Thu Georgian a j complete story of the Mexican War of' 1846-47-its causes, conduct and the resulta-a true and faithful account of the things that led up to it; its bat tles and battle losses; and the con sequences of tbe memorable conflict, us summed up in the treaty af Guada lupe Hidalgo; so that the readers of this newspaper may have a thorough understanding of that most important page of ourr American history. , Let lt be understock, however, that no Intelligible account can be given of the Mexican War without first tell ing the story of Texas..,, lt was largely on account of Texas that the United SUtes had ita battle clash with Mex ico, and the Lone Star State must first of all receive our attention. So far as we know, the. urst white to gase upon tho broad prairies of Texas was the" Spaniar...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 5 May 1914

****** * .v. * .y. ;? * # * ELECTRIC CIT * _ * Iteras of ?iucres? and Person? * Wireless on the St ****** * ****** 'From Sunda ArrhitWiK Are 1'luiinlutr Work. tavern I architects ure at work on the plans Tor tho changes to h<- mud* In tin- coure IIOIIBC und it IH hoped that the work may ho started within Hie next few days. They have mad? /Ira wings of the proposed arrangement and these seem to meet with the ap proval of the officials. It lu planned io ??xp?'nd 11.500 in the work, changing the sheriff's office und thai of the MII? ervleOr into one, which will be occu pied by the clerk of court. The sheriff will move into the clerk's office while th?- Supervisor will go up-stairs into < rt?' of tin? Jury rooms. Trout Today For Th? Harnea ClasH. There I? ti trent In store today for j th(> Karoca CIUSB of the First Baptist Church when Ixr. Hpraguc of the chan, tuiuiua service will spoult before tho members of thia organization. Judge Cox, tho toucher of thia class, Bays that he...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 8 May 1914

Tlx ?nriEffan ilntEllinEnc NEW Ht: H IK* VOL. 1. NO. i. Wttt?f, EftaMiifted 18M| Daily, tau lt, lilt, ======== ANDERSON, S. C.k FRIDAY MORNING? MAY 8,1914. PRICE $1.50 THE YEAR. A NEW TRIAL STANDS IN SHADOW OF THE GALLOWS FOR MURDER OF FACTORY GIRL DEFENDANT COOL Whether Appeal Will Be Made to State Supreme Court Not Giv en Out By Detente (By Associated Pness) k Atlanta, May G.-Denial of the de fense's plea for a new trial for Leo M. Frank, the factory superintendent under sentence of death tor the mur der of fourteen year old Mary Phagan, was made here tody by Judge Benja min' H. Hill, of the superior court. ; |M Action ls Prompt. The- court's action was taken ira TTW?<i1nf ply nf for fha CC2C??I2?CI? C? "JJU" monts by attorneys for the defense, which followed the completion of evi dence introduced by tho defense and tho State. Judge Hill indicated that he u?u D?? cai u to hear arguments from the State's counsel. N?ws of the latest reverse was tak en immediately to Frank, who ts...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 8 May 1914

Hs ?tagne?.., Trcaimtn? and! ?UN 100 ftEW TREATISE ON TUBERCULOSIS - By FREEMAN HALL, M. D. fhm ??Joafcto modi/-.., i-at tell? to plain. ?lroi>1? katu** tow Tub-..rculi?l? ran bo ourr.l In your pwokociia. ll jna knut ol un? nrm i;,-^ ' TabVCO?ona. 'jotarrh. Broochttla. Irtlmu or ul I SrJ?LSf .S? t,ronhl''. 1r ?re ?our?clf afflicted. toop?, lt will Inrtrart yon how oilier?, with HA ?id. rureil theraarlrea ?Mer all rom edi.? tried bad tmUttSL mBA t??r b?U?rad their eura hopeleaa. " Wr*? ?t OM? to til? ^T'tii-wiff.- t? JI ?f'.*. i0?! they .want yon to bay? Ula* ni ramed/ before H I? too late, norri ?alt " M t?mt meao UM ?erlog of your "K STOMACH SUFFERERS! READ THIS So many stomach sufferers have been benefited by s ?imple prescription of vegetable oils which cured a Chicago druggist of chronic stomach, liver and intestinal trouble of year*' standing that tve want you surely to try th? remedy. lt is known ss Mayr's Wonderful Stom ach Remedy. One dose will convince you. a It usually ...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 8 May 1914

SEED PEANUT Try Prierson's Improved Spanish iVanm*. They pull up with thc Im h have three to four peas t'j/.the pod. The flavor is-better llii?) (lie smaller. Spanish or. any older peanut. Remember ??ur offer of $10.00 in cash prizes for the largest njcloiis gr<$Wn from our seed. '. (?et you? garden seed from us ?r >gu want the best results. FRIER SON* S ? Hf FHARMACY \ A nc Leading Drug Store.) BELTON, S. G. ! Wi* .. 1 he Fanners and Merchants -prepared to issue the American Express Co.'s Travel lers' Letters of Credit available "anywhere in thc known world. These checks provide an easy way of identifying the owner. They arc Safe and Convenient HfiSKELL^ t?W One application ioothe* and beal? a roath ^ g plmpiy,tln^d^henrep?teJ,qulcldyteectt V ? SSSS JEc?m?. Eryslpelai, Tetter, Ulcer* and 1 ? ?ll ?kin dl?ca*c? yield toits curative properties, I \ ^r. SOc. a box. AimBDraot?U. J SS (OOd Cor IN? ump? ?nd book. "HttS?Tmud Saan*-." g % . ^ >C*m?TO>?. HOLLOWAY * CoTT^ M ^ITSO ...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 8 May 1914

ICED ascott c?$? 138ft SM North Malo 6treal ANDERSON, 8. ?. WILLIAM BANKS - - JM.tur W. W 8MOAK - Business Manager t - ?atared According to Act of Con Bress aa Second Class Mall Matter at tho Postofflce at Anderson, 8. C. Feb! lah ed Brr ry Morning Except Monday Basal-Weekly Edition on Tuesday and Friday Mornings Bsml-Wcekly Edition-$1 BO par Year. Dally Edition-$5.00 per annum;, %IM for 81x Months; $1.26 for Three ADV ANC?_, Member o? the Associated Presa and Receiving Complete Dally Telegraphic Servies . '' ??? / >. ? r - A large circulation than any other <A#srsvapsv In this Congressional Dis-j tvftrA TELEPHONES. ''. fisHtorlal - " - - - - 827 ., Business Offlc//.821 Job Printing.-SW-L. JLoanl News.- 827 j?JBoctoty New;, - - - - - 821 ".,,; The Inte'.lfgeccer ta delivered by carriers ta the etty. Ii yon fail to ,7,7 Bet your psper, regularly please notify ?a. Opposite your name on label pg yo^r paper to printed data to which ; i 29*W' psper fat; paid. All enaeka s#d . draft...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 8 May 1914

2 M?ILESHIPS S L?TTLE NAVY ADVOCATES I LOSE IN CONTEST BE FORE HOUSE VOTE IS 148 TO 91 Underwood, Mann and Other' Leaders Vote For Only One But Colleagues Beat Haem Washington, May 6.-<"Little navy In tho houBe today lost their fight against tho two battleships construc tion program In the annual naval ap preprint ion bill. An amendment by Repr?sentative Buchanan of IHinolB to provide for one ship was defeated 148 to 91, whi!.. a motion by Representative Wittier spoon of Mississippi, to eliminate all provisions for battleships was thou swamped 152 to 4L Democratic leader Underwood and Republican ,leader Mann, with sever ni other prominent figures In the Mouse, voted with the, one ship advo cates. When tho! house adjourned, tho re mainder of Rho building program was pending, with a motion by Represen tative Mahtjr of New York that at least one ojf the battleships be con structed In the navy yard? and ono by Representative Mooro of Pennsyl vania that both contracts go to the HWT<...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 8 May 1914

Gossett Reports ' Trip to i Last year Jan. P. Consett o' Wll llamston wa? sent abroad by tlr> \m iT'can Cotton Manufacturer'* assocl ty.lon .to study tba textile ma" ifiultu lng conditions in Europe Tl.(a was at the time that a commission from congress mid from the National Chamber of Commerco went abroad to mady the rural credits systom Mr. ?JossfetCthfs week made the following Interesting report to the as>:oc'.?iion at Its annual meeting In New York city: fir, Chairman -ind Gentlemen of til ? American Cotton Sianufactur.'-/ ab. r delation : >'.?. tho rcqup'ft of your prc-?d-nt. I h've prepared a uf'et report uf my visit to tho International Cotton ?''in fifsr which convened at The Hague. Holland, June 9th, and which I '. ? re With submit: While Thc Untrue waa the oT lally nppolnted meeting place yet tho bns IO.'HH sessions of tho congr? v/i-ro held at Scheveningen, a suburban town of Tim Hague, and one of tho moat 'beautiful and fashionable water ing places In Europe. The...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 8 May 1914

MNKERS ENJOYED ll GEHIJWE GOOD III GROUP .1 MET m THIS CITY YESTERDAY GREENVILLE NEXT Vf-ri I S : About 100 Bankers. Representing 24 Institutions, Were in An eterson Yesterday -1.-.,... . '.. (From ; Thursday's Daily.) ., Abo?t 100 bankers came to Ander son yesterday for the meeting or Group 1 of the South Carolina Bankers As sociation and tl. .y bad a royal good tibio during, their stay In this city. ", A majority of the bankers reached the city at noon and from that time en there wan nbt a moment during the day when fi?me ?jvent of Interest was not going on. Group 1 ia composed of Anderson GreenvllV?, Oconeo and Pickens coun. .tlcs and. it meets twice a year. The meeting yesterday . was coiled v>*_ to ore>r at 3:30 o'clock lb t!:e rooms i of tho Anderson chamber of commerce. B. B. Gossett, the chairman of thia group, w?3 unable to be present on account of the fact that one of hts children was' Critically ill and the chair waa occupied by Arthur L. Mills bf the Fourth NaYiona...

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

6 SPECIAL BARGAIN DAYS Each Week at Red Iron Racket I Read These Specials 3 Boxes Searchlight Matchee 10c Men's Suits made to order ? $15 |\ 8 Packages Best Soda * 25c Be?* Union made Overalls f.98c 7 Bar. Gold Band Soap.25c Ladic9' WaUu SOc' *125' $1.50 and up to $2.98. 80c Work Shirts..39c u<w Wft>h Sk?ru SQc Qgc and $1,25 Ladies' Shoes.98c $1'25* Wool Skirts. . $1.50 up to $4.98 $1.75 Men's Shoes.$1.50 _ _ . 7c Apron Checks.5c $12.50 Men's All-Wool Blue.. 10c Dress Ginghams. ,.8c S?*? Suiu..$9.98 50c s?k special.35c Men's Panta . ...... .98c to $4.98 ?ne ,ot Dotted Silks, worth 50c, to close out at 25c yd. Men's .Hate SOc, 98c, .$1.25, Ask to sec these bargains. . $1.50, $1.98, . $2.50, $2.98, Wool Dress Goods 25c, 39c, 48c, ? .? .$3.50, ?nd $3.98. 50c, 75c. I Men's Dress Shirts 35c, 39c, 48c, Ladies' Underskirts, .all .colors, 1: 50c, 75c and 98c. 60c? "^Sc, 98c and up to $2.50 I Men's Panama Hats $5 value. .. . Suitcases 98c, $1.25, $1:39, . $3.48 $1.50 and $1.98. Don't f...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 12 May 1914

agencer NEW SK HI ES VOL. 1. NO. 5. Weekly, SitaWbke* XBttj Deilr, JtftV.lt, 1114. ANDERSON, Sf C.,TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 12, ?S?4. PRICE il.5o THE YEAR. REPORTS THAT S1LLIMAN i WAS SET FREE PROVEN TO BE FALSE BRYAN GETS BUSY Alarming Reports Filter In From] Stormy Repub?c ana Keep thc Envoy? Guessing (By Associated Press) Secretary Bryan called at the Ar gentine legation late In the day ard spent two hours in conference v/'.th the South American envoys, discuss ing the continued detention qt John R. Stillman, American vice consul at Saltillo by Mexican federals, the Le bos Island incident and the case ot the five South Americans under arrest ia Vera Cruz for firing upon United Slates sailors and marines. Asks Consul's Release. Mr,. Bryan insisted that the release of 8llllman must be brought about at once. When asked about the matter later, uv wouid not say what would happen if the vice consul were kept in prison, but bo was gravely em phatic in ' announcing the govern ment's determin...

Publication Title: Anderson Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson intelligencer. — 12 May 1914

(?o**! l'or li;?? Ki'itlir? Or. JONES' LIHIMENT promet H bhwlng in every hum? w lii'i v tL<!i t .ii u c Jj 11 il r? ?. ' {Geld ?o Chest, SOM Throat, rube?, Strain* nod Swatting*, OAld# ?od Burns wiU ?(sickly yield I? * ''piii down with Dr. Jotiw' ' iiinimenf./ BO*.pcrl**tle. iVJfd sls***ev Bold by Evens' Pherraucal Compa* irr, Krlerson's Pharmacy, linton andi ail Druggists. tlUl'ISl, ^H'j Jl'.. ?. ?JSl.HHU'iJI - J-L.JJU ICET The lice question it quickly' 'irttled ii you duse you* lotah with'1 Conke/a Lice Powder^ lt's Mle, quick ?nd ture.'i Saves your potStry peoftti because Kills the Lice ?j??2'i Hftr? Chickens , Prier 2? cent i, SO cern? ind J11?. ; te* rf? Mn that rude m int cracks by . tty and atj on chlckrrw ai nigln, ?pray j you? powkry Iwinc wi?? ;Conkey,8 Lice Liquid , Orana chm out HiaumMy Oort U Cms, ht! gallo? 60 ernes gifln". Slir* i.r*f int dmfly Ind buar use \ CONKEY'S HEAD'LICE ^ OINTMENT ; tttctW Md cW-rWi lif.n chitts. IO Sin nata. Monty bwk ii I bur _ ; ancorarl...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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