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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 30 April 1914

JL 1111 V For the largest assortment end the most reasonable come; to the Bee Hiv?. Oar etock haa been selected care ?ml *ou% find stj?a and quality as well as low prices. ladies' and Misses' Parasols SILKS, LfNENS, ETC.; ALL COLORS you must see, *?4m to. appreciate'the values. Children's Parasols 25c, 50c, 75?. ? -and what little girl doesn't want a Parasol? ; SPECIAL'., ;-v.'!' New silks ndaptehl? t? *s*e sp sad| vsg-xxs*** wear have just come in?steple weaves in new ccierirga; novel* ties portraying the latest style tendencies and *erviceab,te summer silks?all i<? Bee Hive prices. G.jH. EA1LES, Prop. victors' are cordially invited to' visit this stoi^ and te make full use of the convenience* provided. ~~ ' If -r_-m m ?ir.Hhmim m. coming in almoat every day the latest shipment being a car of ^COLUMBUS? Come m *nd Ntt us show them. They are 1914 Models. We have W Wwb PORTER WHALEY j ONE OF SPEAKERS At Meeting of the Commercial I *t.rr,nt.t-!iii * Al r lion. Richard I. Manning; o...

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. — 30 April 1914

We Wo THE SUPERIORS There is none better to be Quality considered. Our pla section or the state, and ever master of his art- We use on and with the modern equipme sition to give you better gradt you can ppssibbly get elsewht mensely if you wilt let us figi template placing for PRIN printing. Good printing like cheapest in the long run?and *Mi;t;:t> , we'can talk to you in "WtfUE NO"! ;;?-just prpud of the kind of wi fact thai we are daily adding hundreds of boosters for "Go fists. 1 .et us do your. work. . Sterilised Bc*t!eft At* SetM?t iacur&g Salary ptiyk The ?rat bottle of Ci u Anderson was All< ho plant or the Che? one that t? frting pushed ?? a Petitor of coca cola, and is said growing la popularity xa if h? ; Because it is made In Anc that is not tho only reaap SS mm . fr i >W Y ou hf OF OUR WORK had at anything like the price, nt Is the best equipped in this / workman in opt; empioy, is a J ly the best materials to be had, at of our plant, we are in a po : of wor...

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. — 30 April 1914

yte have all sizes Radiator Hpse;' Re place the old Kose, bemuse they ?nay be closed up ti?sid? causing yoiri motor to ? 1 B: Will fix a punctured Tube or cut in your F Casing. <IWe have found at last a perfect Fost Ijjab?e Vulcanizer?see the cut, save your self much trouble this coming: hot weath er by Vulcanizing your tubes with it 26? I We can sfc?ll s u p p 1 y y o u with BP* . 8TA&R I?EHS1, ?.#? *' e e ?0.0 vere. inter-j Mr. and S?r?, Thunes MnfMU- go oq IB iEimr f Hig Friends Declare t\ sponstb?e for Much ?atipn, and is $ farmers' ; Washington, April 29.?&0 quietly baa Senator K. D. Smith pursued We course la the national le^lature that *fen sonic of , his cloea frieoa* were surprised by the th?t^it at interest in hlB record which th>y found wees they began to make inquiry la order to prepare.for the comi?g campaign; The following statement may be of t to. the reader* of . The Iateli gence/; belog "A few facts conceruiag ~* Ht i'ui: ?xxvr? vi oenator JB.. U. show...

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. — 30 April 1914

Coming Next Mo First Instalm BIJOU TODA A 3 KEEL 101 BISON WIL1 Shoes with Personality -Geisberg's mi Geisberg's Shoes are for people who want the better things in life. Who lead instead of follow. Geisberg's Shoes have a personal ity all their own?their friendly, good natured smile-and-thc-world smilfts-on-yoii-faces are mental cocktails for the people who wear shoes. Their contagious happi ness puts imagination, originality, bumanneus in your feet and turns ihc sunshine on full tap. But -you'll find a pair of our "low cuts" temperamental little wizards unless they're properly lifted?' that's our hobby, by the way?we fit you as you should be. . ' I- I mission of Geisberg's shoes is ak? vein- feet happy, wear the in the world and bring you k ;i satisfied customer. They're everybody who wants gocifr; shoes andthose who like to wear the kind that fit 're on the1 job every min ute and we'll fit you up in price Chautauqua visitors will lind, our w riting room with telephone con nections...

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. — 1 May 1914

--DONT MISS THE CHAUTAUQUA-May 4 VOL, I, NUMBER 90, frotWy, IrtftMlifcftA If*?, M|, Ja? U, If it ANDERSON, S. C, FRIDAY MORNING MAY 1, 1914. PRICE FIVE CENTS. fts oo Pie? ?nnicu STEEP MAN OF VESSEL FLYING CUBAN \ FLAG liS KILLED AS GUNS OF REBELS AND FEDERALS RAKE HER Special Telegram* To New York Say American Doctor it under Airrest in Mexico City, Charg ed With Being a "Spy" and Add Th#t He I* To Be Shot This iVfcm^ Sunrise At She Notorious Fortress of Death o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o oo o o oo oo 000 O : New York; ^ I o. ???? a nrominent American, nad been er ? riiMe^a ?py, and we? to be execu- o * ? S^ton?oiUw. It wa? reported o o S^Stou^ ? SoOOOO ?OOOO o o o 00 o.."??00 0000 CUBAN SHIP FIRED ON BY BOTH FEDERALS AND REBELS (By Assoftteie? tfresa,) Vera Cruz, April 3 0.?The Ward line steamer l?n?}!?''W*? fir*?(i **!r\r\r* \n*. K^iL Xl. ^_.J' - ? . from that sl^poft The steersman of th? v??s?lf was str UCK uV One Of the shots anrl killed. I The. Ant?l?a left New YorkXpril18, ...

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. — 1 May 1914

NOTICE. ?t?co le hereby given that the next lay teachers' eaewlnation will be on Friday, Kay I at the court m^m?t I i.i ... . A Si AMuIwm certrftcatefl aspire this year all thoae teachers teaching here certificate? from piaer counties ' pr?sent ana stand 4 The examination oa subject* ordinarily eganlaatlon and at 9 o'clock. Co. i I HOTjCE OF ELECTION^ ^ba-aa elctloo at " ?hobl house in Hunter school to. 24 ott Monday May 11, 1914 on the question of levying an additional special tait of' one and one half' initi on all of the taxable proper ly of said district to be used for g?n ?ral school purposes. Polls ?111 open at seven A. M., and ?UpT?t four P. M. All voters mfest tj> Board of Education of \ Anderson County. J. B. FELton, County ,8upt. of Education. f-z?-10-R-?l. , Pahiie Sale of Jaeraa, fie. V If noi previously e?M at private sale ?bVwil) oCer at public outcry in front tAD?vh? ttrwu' stable on Monday, Mny I gentle horse in i; about 11 years old. J 1 horse carriage, 1 one ' w...

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. — 1 May 1914

We have all sizes Radiator Hose.. Re place fhe old Hose, because they may be closed up inside, causing your motor to heat. ill ?x. a punctured Tube or cut Casing. f We have found at last a perfect Port? able Vuicanizer-see the cut, save your self; much trouble this coming hot weath er by Vulcanizing your tubes with f We can still s u p p 1 y you wit fc ELLA HALL. VT ia natural to suppose that the film X children of today will be the film children of tomorrow. Klla Halt, J^jfar tbe psst et* months lies been playing Ingenue lends. Is Just betwixt and between. She I? aUtee? year* old, and she etui ?tili play the part* of a wo man or a.child. A Coming two part comedy,^ "Mabel at the. Wheel," Is one of tbe funniest . offerinsl3 for a long t?trvft. Tii? action cenlerK ^:n>ut tbe recent JGraml Prix r?ad race* at Santa M/om>a1;CAl; Once more George EL Melford shews what ho-can do wltb a dun! role, in "The Master Itogne/' a twpo phrt drams, schedule'for release May 4. Melford performed...

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. — 1 May 1914

THE MtOEBSON iNTELUBENGER IniM 18M 4 1M North Mala Sire* ANBEB80N, 0. C WILLIAM BANKS - - Bailor W. W 8M0AK Business Manager Motored According to Act of Con* atom m Second Clam Mail Matter at the FostofBoe at Anderson, s. C Published Every Morning Exceptl Monday -Weekly Edition on Tuesday and Friday Mornings -Weekly Edition?$1 60 per Tsar. Dally Edition?$5.00 per annum; 88.60 for Six Months; $1.26 for Thrsel Months. _IN ADVANCE Member of the Associated Press and Receiving Complote Dally Telegraphic Service A large circulation than any other P.ewspaper la this Congressional Dis trict TELEPHONES3 Manorial - - - - - - ?tr| Business Office ------ till Job Printing ..... -f8S- _ Local Newa *vt Society News .... . 881 r-he Intelligencer ig delivered by carri?re la the city. If you far to 8*4 your paper regularly pleaae notify us. Opposite year name on lapel df your paper is1 printed date to which yvjur paper Is paid. AB cheeks and raits should be drawn to The Ander son Intelligencer. The ...

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. — 1 May 1914

There are fif ty-seven 1 mi different substi tutes for it fell ' - .' Each one owes its being to the fond hope of some inventor to profit by appropriating part of the popularity of tire genuine. ?? hj|l iaksa^^ty years }tp make What It Is* It is in a class by itself. Neve? been equalled. Nev er will be. Bottled in the clean est?lant in Ander son. Ycu jare invited to 'see it done. OltEEXVILLE HORSE SHOrf rTill ?.'emmen?e ou May 6th and Last Greenvill arcenvHle ne^E|ea3Rnan^)Kevnjecck" for hundreds of visltore who will gather here form all parte of the country to ?'_?t^3 the -eighth anr.u.l exhibition of the Greenville Horse Show association which opens here on the afternoon of May 6th and will so in session for three, days. The Greenville horse- show, recog nised as the leading equine event .South of * he Mason and Dlxon line, and certainly the oldest in history, promises; this year to surpass all. the former exhibitions in 'every rcspact. Preparations arp now being made for thp ente...

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. — 1 May 1914

It?. s t h ? BEST Ae wouia THE SUPERIORITY OF OUR WORK Qualil ! IS ItOIlli btiitlil' l?w-fw? hn,l ni nii?<ll,.,?:?.. III-.? il... ? -? considered. Our plant is the b?st equipped hi this it the state, and every workman in our employ^ is a )f his art- : We use. only the best materials to he had, give you better grade of work on short notice than possibly get- elsewhere/ We wilt appreciate it im if you will iet us irjurc on ihc next order you con piacing for HumfinG, BiN?iwu, KUH KG. LEAF ?.EDG&K WORK? or any kind of Commercial in the lonjf run-~and when it comes to work of' ETO NOT fire 0 ?? 9 990*09*0 ? IMMIMI HONK A PATH XEVT8 9 ? ' L fi u00999990v9 * 9 o c* ? 9 9] (Fryrn T^e^Urput^ MJbs Fannie H?rj^..^j^..^|iA(rrBoa this weak. tor. th? Caeutauqua* She 4a, the guest ot,Vktn+ YtrT 'Itotyer. jS A i wuiv "iH-'luugwig 10 live *jhio.uoia jjsyfacturing Company and occupied Cirpczicr dcit.-oyct? b, fir* , about oacn ?uadajs The^ flames ?rfeinaied from a can of gasoline ex pldtfttht*...

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. — 1 May 1914

m m The ?. S, Battleship New Hampshire THE New? Hampshire is one of the>?r?t line hnttleshjps of th?tSfooad division of the Athiutic IJeet, It hps twenty rf ou*guns. Ita eohv mnsuler tu Cupiam;Jauie? H. Oliver. This wajrsbfp ta new'eae of theships.under ltr-ar Adnatrsl Fletcher's command pstroiling the,es?terp coast of Mexic o. She has been off Vera Crut and other ports. kpjw&tfed Solkim ?* thm tjfe* *d irS3f??<Wqor fl tease - te wnlekor oiy th* tenta'*.? L'nfef. the act of the fe?t??fare ins the w* thirteenth1 Vlrcu it which] Icare? a veeaaey Ift the ?See of 'soil [ attar T&f 'the tenth x&r&flL-' oooeeeeeeeoeooeeoeeeej VWmif BEEK ttWIAMk e a e a ?itt*a * e e e The h??y farmers are ?boni through planting thflr eropa. Wheat abdoat* ira very. good. Rev. O. S. Hertlq of Andersen flu?A til* regular appointment at this place Bnnday. - A large ertf^gatton ''Wan |ga*^*??v . nicht with his trie ?it^ FTtday on buafoes.? Mnsan. George Broefe *nd J?n Ash* ley ware Ont dri...

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. — 1 May 1914

g Next Moi First Instalmc ouppers I TT IlllC A swell Uno ur Whlt* Slipper? for Women and Children at prices Amas in);Iy Cheap. Women's button oxfords, pretty quali ity 11.76 S pair. Straps pumps with light or heavy soies, th-SO. Plain pumps with detachable straps 9iM a pair. Wh'to poplin colonials, the best yet ?2.4.', ? pair. They ore here tor the kiddies, too? th? pretty kind. i SHOE COMPANY UNDER MASONIC TUMP LE SHOES THAT SATISFY This Week BRIMMER Tomato Planta ?Oc Fer Dozen GER5QH FLORAL GO. f ,, m KsrsJiail A**s*?, 2 K?ne ISSU. Atanber* of RwW* TeJejrapti ?, Delivery, ? I ni^ ^BALDWIN st?rracTs BoHoh^i - April 30.- The O'Neal Ora*1 torical Contest ?Iii.lie h?ld in th? at*.] era house' at Holten Friday evening, May 1st. During tiu day there will ?>? r?verai garner of baseball and pa*-1 ket ba'.l between the vnrlous harkct bull school teams and a most enjoys-, ble time Is In store for all who attend. The program for thaw-day's events was announced ss fallows; 0:30 a. m. to 13...

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. — 2 May 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. [i pli? um i nun tu SIBERIA SENDST! THEN SHE IS MRS. FRANCIS b. HARI ERNOR of PHILUf other Nomine aboard t? Early Report* Flashed B the Steamer Was Sink? Declared That She \ Formosa Coast?A To Scene Of ; ooooooooooooooooo ? ? ; b o Sers Francisco, May 2. o o ?Cablegrams reachiag o o here at 2.30 this o tng r?port ado Ssrcrnt oj o sate, bat officers of the o o company are not at all o ? certain of her yet o 0 o ucooooosooooooooo |H|M,nV . toy Associated Press) 1 Tokio, May 1.?Wireless calls for assistance from the Pacific 5he carries including:. wil general *>f Accident U * Mystery. The exact naWe of the acci dent has ?ot been determined, r.or have the details been received here up to a late hour tonight. An early report said the liner was "sinlctrig^ w|iie a later mes sage conveyed the information 'hat she was ''ashore" six miles...

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. — 2 May 1914

iofo will be en ?lotion at' Pen tlMg?Qt-?chool bouse to Hunter school No. 24 on Monday May 11. the ?ueatlon of levying an il\ specftl tax of one and one ttsif rolll as ?11 of the taxable nroper ly^of said district to be used fa gen etRl *eR<9el purposes. 'Polls-will open, at seven A. M., and close * at <four P. M. AU rotors must exhibit a registration certificate and ta? receipt. j^By order of the Coun ty. Heard of Ed u cat loa. of Anderson C?ferity. Jv B. FBLTON, . County Supt. of Education. Publie Hmle of Hsrse, Etc ' ?,? .. If not previously sold > private sale j W?ifeW'often at public c ry in front ! of Daria 3ros,* stable on ?londay, May 4, at 12 o'clok. 1 gentle horse In good eohdltlon. about ll years oid. i t?*-bdggy. 1 horse carriage, 1 one tiore4V***on. ? T. F. Wathlns, Executor. . 61-3t ' 'r ' fflft; SAUB-?Ve have tor Sale 2.0B0 if?cWef land, containing sbout 8. IBP|&* ai*te. .>tf?to/?&??-<* cotton to the acre without fertilizer Apply, If Invested .t...

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. — 2 May 1914

will stop the leak We have all sizes Radiator Hose, Re place the old Hose, because they may be closed up inside, causing your motor to heat. *~*w trri ^* twisw-i HI '" Il our II I Will Yix a punctured Tube or cut iir your basing. fWe h#ve found at last a perfect Port able Vulcanize*?see the cut, save your self much troubie this coming hot weath er by Vulcanizing your tuBes with mmsssamtm Phone 226 V\At* i'UTl c*-iU o ? n rv 1 ? -n -?? ? ? ?? ----- ' " - - r ~ ir - 'j .. v >? t? c ?, it i ?o o o o ? o ?i o *> o o o o o'sueud?n? awhile at the homu'of her *? cousin. jfc*6'. A. C. Towasend. ?VA NK.t?S <i i Mr' \\. A. Watt has returned from HARPER TALKS OF FARM HELPS ?kmfott College ^gricukaral Ex Crept and Land j rvn.Wn College, Apr?! W^Wof.* J. IN. Harper, director pf department of l'agriculture and 'agricultural Ncxperl lmw* stallen .?t Clcuison College. Bas !'prepared a summary of me?m?a .fey which the farmer can double his kV* erage yieid*'iJcr acre of cotton. The', world's...

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. — 2 May 1914

THE ANDERSON INTELLIGENCER fean?'ed 188? m Nertb"Ma!? Street ANDERSON, 8. 0. WILLIAM BANKS - - Editor W. W SMOAX - Bueineaa ManagerI Btered A?eordtn? to Act of Cou aa Second Claes Mail Matter at| * Fostofflce at Anderson, 8. 0. PJVnnnB the I Fabllahed Except I Every Morning Monday fttl-Weekly Edition on Tnasday and Friday Mornings -Weekly Edition??1 60 per Tear. Dally Edition?$5.00'. per annum; 13.60 for Six Months; $1.26 for Three Months. IN ADVANCE Member of the Associated Press and Receiving Compl?ta pally T?l?graphie Service A ?arge circulation than any other I fswspaper fa this Congressional Di? itm TELEPHONES! Material - Business Offlee Printing. < Local News Society News " m *??$---i? ? $17 III , The Intelligencer la delivered by carriers in the city. If you fail to gat year psper regularly please notify us. Opposite your name on label of your paper Is printed date, to watch pour paper is paid. All checks and drafts should be drawn to The Ander ?MB Intelligencer. The Weath...

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. — 2 May 1914

There are fif ty-seven : (57) diffej-ent substi tutes fc mm Each one owea its being to die fond hone of ?orne inventor to profit by appropriating part of the popularity of the genuine. U hej taken twenty ypa What It Is? It is in a class by a-_If Never been equeiW. Ney. er will be. Bottled in the clean est jMaht in Ander son. I j You jare invited to see it done. A S5c Pack age M Lawn Grass S e e ? w?l improve your L ? w n wondertu??y OWt DRUG CO,, Phone 68fc-^a*h Store, ' E. ?. Evans & 8on, Pesdletou, ff. C Clover? Vetch and" Gras;? Seeds of Highest purity and Gernuna toon. The best- seeds are the cheapest * '< >' * it, h.j hVaii FUR&?AN SMITH ?The Seedsman. - iiiMimn OLD FASHION KD FOLKS old fashi< icinc lime PETITIONS NUMBER 67 FOR DISPENSAI i ALL ARE NOW IN HANDS OF ?5* THE Sl^^VlSORj NAMES f yestejrday J. r for Anderson county, took up ,tbo consideration of the'petitions pvaynig tor un election on the dispensary question in Ander son county..{"Tap. superviser fou...

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. — 2 May 1914

3 If M o THE SUPERIOR!* There is none-better to be Quality considered. 1 Our pla section of the state, and ever master of Iiis art-' 'We us? hi with the modeTlTequipnu sition to give.you better grad you can possibbly get elsewh I mcnsely if you will let us fig template placing for PHtJS LOOSE-!,EAF LEDGEK WO I printing.. Qopjt - jlrirttog lik I cheapest in the long run?anil ijv.ahi:\ we can tafk to you ill "WE'RE NO I -r-just nroud of the kind of fa.:t that wc are daily adding! hundreds of boosters for VGtl lists. Let us do your work. I Pi 6 n e Starting Something faav? exclusive agency "for tno Perfection Ante Starter -F?R FOR DS ? took for the Ford? - ^Mout cranks. Let u? explain th?H|pM you and show you 4$Mti> *Mp> is not a pan a* me Marter in motion after the engine b started. il Simplicity, Durability ami low cos?; wfi sail this starter to hajf the 'Ford owtsaro? Write of toe Jf. C STk?IsUHG, manager "The ?oto?roob??* Man." OOO OOQQ?ooqqo0? o ? Call orv^s^&ro f os* tc...

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. — 2 May 1914

of "Mexico, From Latest Official Picture ML HIS cut is; made from tfcc- U^wt .omch.l photogrupb cf General ' Vle ^torlnno Hnerta,, pror^loaal ??fefldflot ot Mexico. ; It aho**..the dic tator In the full, regalia of his office; This I? the nm?\^?-4efled:tiw tbe jn?alt; to the American aag at-Tampveo. 1 o a pWW*erai iwn ft I Jo tt O o o o o -o o o .O ? SMITH Sfc?fCOL 00 o o o o o o o o For the intelligence* : with jour oerj a synopsi* of the _ at.tb* fenith school ay. wfec^?Ju. J?8#s' .Irene Bis* **rae & gr&na auwvfswi, 2f|$jpfg* aclw^ei oowwe? a medium lFioqqd^|b#^<Ml^i|?f?s>pf?M ?flhools <?f li*d?M?? aiad.l>?irer4:and of course ha^ 4w^ri<0,.flj;it ,fo?i every lach of ground in order, to nu th? gap-sep. affila* those ^wa favors* schoobv y?, vatftd. ?hn5*s&*- of the ,ajimber of, on-. *i>? tweaJ-aiiaiirfottn'aing ;eaeh of them. Tbiare .wera-earoiled-at the Smith school th^ias/, year 80 or more pupils,, divide*'Jbet*eea . wl?bs,. Iresai ma^maa a*?|?iftcipal...

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. — 2 May 1914

Coming ] Fi AVc wish that c\ 'derson might se< North Anderson much has been orte year. Norm Anderson everyone this, op] SPECIAL This Week BRIMMER Tomato Plants 10c P?r Dozen fLUIUL m. m Marshall Avsam. ' Paaae 2?2JU % Members af Florists Tefegraph BetSmy. . * ? ? * * * * * * st * * S?YRE & BALDWIN * Bleekley Bldg. Anderson, S. C. * # Cit??ens National Bank Bldg. * * Raleigh, N. C * ta> Feterita, Egypt Beam anil Rape. Next Tu rst Instalin erybody in An how beautiful is?and how accomplished in Day will give >a?tuntty. KKNT!MUST FOR FRANK !? Relived that' He Will New Get H>? Liberty. Atlanta, May l.-r-In tue confesslc of Rev. C. B. Kagsdale that fcho 'Ak fenders of Leo M. Frank bribed him swear he heard Cable? confess th murder of Mary Phagan. Is believed b; Many ivK>ple to bo the beginning o the end in this famous case, i At the time when Detective Willlan j 3. Burns waa employed in tne Franl I case there Was decided and m an If es reversion of nubile oolnton in At ...

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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