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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 13 May 1914

Howard IA. Banka, aide to Jose-; phua DanlelB, secretary'of the navy, ia a South Carolinian of the Rocky Creek Irish of Chester county, a col ony that settled where once waa hia torie Port -Dearborn and ls now the scene of activities of Catawba Falls power development. Fort Dearborn j Just lacked one'vote In the United] Congress of being made the United States Military'Academy, 'the vote ln>i th?; senate being broken by the elite of Wie vlce-drealdent of th? United Di C, Roper, la the '.right, handyman of the postmeeter>gen'eV&l. With a line cut ot Josephus Daniels. Secretary ot the Navy, on one side of tlie page, ?md an equally fine cut of isoward A.] Banka, private aeeretayy to Secretara Dan^aen the othes*, t^ft* Now York Tribune of Sunday gives an entertaining aceoa,??,?ji the maa?er-tla. .which these] two newspaper men have evolvel the J best system of supplying flin wir n?uru tina* fha gnvurnniant has yet kooVnV And this is bow they do it: - "Mr. Secretary, there are ...

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. — 13 May 1914

JR? 1 Sale fins THE Jnye^m?nt Department af a Bal tirriofce stock exchange house had a caller who wished to buy fifty shares of a certain investrnent; stockt While the customer waited, the manager called u p the firm's Phi?adelpniaagent on the Hell Long Distance Telephone and secured the stocky with the ?promis? of delivery next day. Quick trades are often made by Bell Telephone service. T 5 'hen y OM telephone-imtle SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE AN? TELEGRAPH COMPANY the "E-CON-O-M Y; Strict husbanding of resources;, regulation \yith ?espect to production arid- consumption' of jroods and wealth; as, uso of adulterants is poor Be^otj^riT^'*^ 2 - ^.IK -Webster's'Unabridged DIcff?S?r^ FACTS M. 10 ECONOMY Previous Fertilizer Facta have tilted ?with COOPERATION, wnrinAm Aw n nts A mtin nbnnimd . . ?.wrv'r ?*<?.? J iq II^ HM - And now comes that subject which ls the baaig of all lasting wealth as defined above-ECONOMY. tWotUaU. Is it in buying cheap cotton"seed, corn and grain that gives I ...

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. — 13 May 1914

I Love f?ffke?fyf A Wa* ? - * Ts> CAPTAIN *. A. MITCHEL? ii Ul 1 III li-H 11-1H > ??il tT finir a century baa paused slue* *r? j pusdied out ?rotu thc Kappahannuck and ma little VHtafce ot rrvdtwk*sberg and started up the Incline, with wnrec Iy a b(inye mr a tree un lt reward the ridge. Its bette Hued with Confederates waiting fur us. Hui. lu picture |* tut sharply dvtlw * oe ?by bruin os a wa? theo nu my yeti ag eyes. What: ' Go over {bat tijr** i?*Ut Bait ?ta won? freu, the Co??<d*?t* cottsusndcr ( would be ywvr* ttllh n hrtlatonu of i leed and itnut lt *?? awful tu think bf HMM. wad ?sete? * ?ig*t aluce ta wy dream* fr* tovo there. nfrto. There was a deeibly ?tWnefca. broken ' only by our monotonous tramp, before j they opened on us. .Hi? Edmond* was ! marcbieg Uv? to ene. and. turnia?,'. 1 j saw t but ?et look hts face which j wen wear wbWi going luto hattie. J nw . wu? na tuii?.? ?????? *r^?ii;tj; ?c. ??? execution. Aa I turtled to tu?s at hts? ie feted fe*, i cn? usva...

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. — 13 May 1914

KEEP KOOL! Specials for the Good Old Summer Time Long Law? Kimonos at , . . ...... ,\ . 98c Short Lawn kimonos at ....... 25c Stay-Up Undervests, Special at . , - 10c Knit Union Suits, Special at . . . . . 25c WHITE WASH SKIRTS From $1.60 to $5.00. FANS! FANS! A dandy line of Fana for graduation presenta from 25c to $1.50. D. GEIS BERG Send the ?hilttren to play in North Anderson Parka these hot, after The ri?e and the cool? fresh air kt tim park *81 help lo keep thens taring the hot months. ?"><. A Doable Koli. (If jard* ta the roll) WAhL PAPER I nhnml of before, it lasts. floate while Andersen Paint & ' " i-. Colo? Co. Weekley Bldg,. . Phone ?47 i, ttA? rm/iw RfTTECTS " Citizens. Nano ti hi pana - ?T RaMjffe, N. C. rem >r negro svoral oth I podge-. Lumber Company m Coll vannen, Saturday elterhoon The name? of, the four men The jlmdles havo been taken to hornea for burial. Two'of the ii Henry Ladsden, 30 yeas old, sol wiUi k broken thigh, ?ad CU ?fe??teUi?l^^?^r8,,0,^!...

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. — 14 May 1914

VOLUME 1, NUMBER ICI. Weekly, SvtalbUsked 18?j Dally, Jae. IS, mi. PRICE FFVE CENTS $5.00 PER ANNUM RAI^ tH? EMBARGO A i SERIOUS QUESTION This Government Will Harte To] Decide That Matter In a Very Paw Henna Now (By Associated Pres?) Washington, May 13.-First formai! stops tu tho program of mediation in the Mexican problem were taken h*re.| today when Justit? Lamar and eritjk W. I^h*ann^'v?gether with their 1 **??retii*y H. Ps*"^?""l .O'-^-'c, ~ho wi?? represent the,U^Ued S^i?p?r'pald their j respects to the , three Sorith American I envoys who haye nndemkeu by dip-' . Jwojacy td acive the Meis?^an q?es?on. Iteporta were current that strong pressure w6a td be brought , to bear on the, * -, constitutionalists from \ several1 quarters alter the expected victory at Tampjco, to get them to participate In abe mediation. A Soldier Murdered. Secretary Garrison cabled Generali Fahston at Yera Cms to demtuid of ; . Ge&. taJjMisa?. tho a?A?ie^ ci: .'?Bki'* fu51 explanation of the death of...

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. — 14 May 1914

INTELLIGENCER WANT ADS. GET RESULTS ESTRAYED kif. ~-r-r. >, ? .... lmi^'On> black ' mars mute. . Saturday night from my piaoa four. mil?* dW* of Iva. I'hono '?:{J1. AJI . ?Xpem:v<? Will bo paid. IC, l>.. (Ja.I.Jiv fe. )U : v.pW.?f ?. WANTS ITAHT?D--KabU'? ut tlie*?hablb<>r of commerce room, Friday afternoon, May l?tb. at 5 o'clock. Sic nows colunia*. V?AJNTKU-Typewriter pnrclmsera. Wa have ?vcr 2(H) now rebuilt anti second hand typewriter? for quick salo, cheap. Alt osaka*. Prion ???.et au request. J. BL Cray ton % Co., Charlotte, ti. ti. 3r?-,tf TOASTED-To do tho tito and cement 1 work ls your h?mes. ?sate? Cement .Tile Co., opposite. Townsend Lorn bur Co. ?-SCt Wonted Position-Lady stenographer 9%S?j?.office assistant, five years ex perience, has good knowledge ot.I hookkaepjng, desires' position, at '^JsJKb beat references^ -1 Slip (dress Box 186 Cheater, 9. C. ifttJhgf Everybody to know wo make thft;b?st steel tanks for- All purposes, i*ny sise tank made' oni's...

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. — 14 May 1914

, Financia! and - . ;; ;_: New York Cotton New .York, Moy 13.-Tho cotton market turned easier after an early advance today and Closed barely steady at a' net decline of 1 to I pointa, nnder realizing and Belting fdr reaction which was probably encour aged by prospects" for better weather In jbe southwest. f Tho oiiivuil forocmaUtf?jj were tort clearing weather in thej^steru 'jell, with lower temperature* ionlgh'. fol lowed by warmer weat'kef toracrrow. Detailed wcathtr rt?'Mr? 'ci the Uoitstop dirtrict, shovfihk rain at practically all stat!ona ? helped to Mi ndy new crop Gt?ivefie* but last prices were at practically;, the. lo west pf the dSy On both old'lind new crop months. li -f I Opened Closed May. .13.78 12.03 ?u'.y..,,12.46 12.45 Ahgusl.12.29 12.19 October.-H78 11.72 December." :.H79 11.74 January.1?.70 tl;?* ?Spots uulet; middling upland ?3.20; gulf 13.45. -vi Liverpool Cotton .Liverpool, Mafr l3.*?C0?ton spbt' firm; good middling 8.Q8; .middling 747; low middling 6.99. ; Sa...

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. — 14 May 1914

TBE jWBEBSOW IMTEIJJSEIIGEn fessced August li, I860 ia SSS Vorth Mala Mn* ANTL-JJOIt, 8. G. WILLIAM BANKS - - Mtttor W. W BMOAK - Business Manager SB tared According te Act of Con rs aa Second Claas Mell Matter at Poetofflce at Anderson, S. a Pfesilseef Brerr Morning Except Monday MpirWeeklr Edition on Tuesday ?nd Friday Mornings <Sfc--.fr-<f" ? i ??im II i tm Semi-Weekly?l?oa-tl 60 gar Tear. Hally Edition-15.00 per asnas?; 9*M for 8lx Month*; fl.? for Three lle&tka. Hf ADVANCB ? ?. l.t. ii-i , ? MesBbw of the Aasjelotsd Pre? ead ?aeetrlag Complote Daily T?l?graphie '.ff1* ,i'-rj ? ' A large circulation than aar ether Jjewenaner la this Coagreaeional Die* niBFBONIBi . ? 117 SM?aeas Office.ta Job Printing . . 4 - .-.'. -itt-L tocal News.- OT ?oeiety News .... - gal lito Intelligencer te ?elirsred hy ?arriera tn the city. If yo? Call to " ?ry?* papar la pHntefi dateto whleh rear paper ia paid. All obeaka ena iSf^tiSSBiSr ^ 40 311,0 <Aa**r" '.^.'MWMH?l&r Wasbtegtoa, Ma...

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. — 14 May 1914

4i? BANK ?f ANDERSON Hie Strongest Bunk sa the , ' j County. ' ' A s OT, ts of H(y?sesin sill &tk of the c}ty? 5 investment Co. fi * - - '- - i -nM?l nil I ii lill ??gfrTSTsTTssrsssrT'sr'ss^^ 1 * Citizens National Bank Bid*. * * fUfeigb, N.jq... . * 1 ' ~J--Hr" '. y' i, -J j ; * f'. ^?n. .? *' ?*. <*>./*. * i ARCHITECTS Anderson? S. C. * '. '. * Brown Office Building. * Second Floor.. Phone 269 e> ei'! * : * * * . * * * * ? ROCK HIL ti JOlft$ COMMISSION BANI) -Wit** and Two t>ttncHtaeii lvW'Se*' lett Mao to Baa City's AffNra? v ' Rock Hill. May or about 425 reals Hock Hill adopte manager plan ojt ment i?Hn?v mission go femme nmlssiou I govern Against commission with muna.T Tho cororaAeaion!-manager plan; or municipal soyernnwat adopted herc is practical tfr, tp?LSnmt?r plan unier which plan tim city, of Sumter ta. now b??ing governed. Tbs plan ?a adopt ait here praviue? <or *he election, nt the.ttme ot\ibe-n*xt retvainr . one or ,tbeir nutt tUy l?nbwo as mayor ? i...

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. — 14 May 1914

SCENE ROM -TH? TRAG El N "Tb* Tragedy of Whispering Creek" ?. shown V new atlrrlpg two reel drama of the weet Quirk ? action and a strong love plot hold the interest up to the very last, when*a' baring Jump from a cliff affords a cli max worthy of the name. (j.?V.?R?e rv^^c that fe*nn*s two railroad | meu who sock to take their sweet heart* to a dence makes the new Ka 3am comedy, '.'And the Dance Went On," one continuons laugh. "?VirV* festeres Wallie Van. When a tuan ls in love with o?e wom an nari finds himself accused sf befog tn lore with another what la he lo do? Cutey sett'es this question hy making good the ^celina I lon. It was. a funny predicament, yet he got "out* of 1t with great credit to himself, mutual hsppl MM* te bis nancee nnd ..very much to I th? satisfaction of him end ju?Tparema.-] Bow did he do it? BR?SSEY CAME TO THE RESCUE WiH Aid fe Getting the Textile Night Class to Clemson Col liege Next Saturday PVM? Burnett, suorotary of the An noif Y. M. C. A. said last ...

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. — 14 May 1914

TH HS UP INTO INew York May Vi.-the recent pub lication of the var lou? college ath letic association's financial associa tion's financial statement bringa viv idly to mind again the largs sums of money received and expended tn the course ot a year for the suppport ot varsity aporta and competitions which.9 because ot the popular favor and at traction, not only pays for'themselves, hut carry tho burden of others where in the expenditures, aro far in excess of all receipts and subscriptions. Some years ago. during tba period when football, was subjected ta a bit ter attack, a famous .defender ot the game declared boldly that that foot ball, despite all the alua that were charged against it, made possible all tho college sports,which the reform-, era were conatanly comparing - with the j giidiiou game.-much to tho latter's detriment That there has been little actchange, in th? situation in recent seasons ls clearly evinced by the cur rent athletic association's financial re ports. Foo...

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. — 14 May 1914

4 Big Reels Jr i 10c Four Fteel Fe At If fie 'PAJUM _,:' _ ' ? ??<_ 1_ ?dgt^l HOME or YOUR jt&y^OWN ?S A HOME INPECP/^^A m** There was a party of ??f- J^Jft ??C. teen having a good tims ' ^^^^^^^^ ' | They took their baskets (full of 8 good things) out on the car about I eleven o'clock and had the nicest ll l.t. ..4 -? tl-l-Al- - !-??-? rwitu WI (I1IIC I'lLIML, The park is a dandv place for these little picnics and wc hope Remember there ls ">?o charge for th( )f these grounds. d', v' .* Ry A Double Reit, (16 yut& to the rell) ' sVu frv-fW?r?B ?'?if Tffilie A~_S_ ??_s -? o ? i , Color Co* ; Beckley Bldg. Phone 647 SPECIAL SALE VrMay Tepinte Plant? ?4 tireenaons?? only fie per denen, tte per . do;: on. ftPECIAX BAIE Frldav at " ??reenhouHeH f?iOO per I^?U. ? We Da not D?lirer IMiese. ! wmki Fis? k fireSL UOU ?..THEATRE WUIlvie naAABiu I THE DAU<e?TRV OF A CROOK_ nitP. A great my?t?ry drama in 3 rewe. It la born In the girl to steal and abe entera Uie Judge rf home to...

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. — 15 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. DETAILS OF THE FIGHTING ON LAST DAY OF THE SEIGE ALL IS QUIET NOW Gan. Gonzales Ha? Ordered Ail Saloons Closed and Business Is Returned (By Associated Presa) llrownvillo. Tex., May H.-Details of the fall of Tam?lico late Wednesday were received in an official .dispatch today by Colonel J. RJcant, commander Sn Matamores. _Tbe Federal force " under General Zaragoza .fled und?.r covert of ? down pour of rain .being followed by tue '.'.V forcea of.Genarai Pablo Gonzales and General Luis Caballero. Ten cannon and fourteen m ach lue guns were placed to the north of the city on Monday night by the Constitu tionalists, the official version said. tue roochlne guns was poured into the defending Federal forces. The con stitutionalists cannon played havoc, it was said, with the entir? Federal en trenchment. , , . . V The roar of the ten cannons...

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. — 15 May 1914

INTELLIGENCER WANT ADS. GET RESULTS LORT--About two weeba efco^ large I fountain pen with narie curved*on| cap. Rc ward If returned io this o% flee or lo C. 13. TrlbbJc. Dro\?3 Bldg. r,-i5-?t WASTED-Babies at the chamber of commerce room, Friday afternoon. Muy 1UU, ul o' o'clock. Kee nowa columns. ii A S TK I) -Ty pie Writer purchasera. We hara over 200 new rebuilt and second hand typewriters for oulck sale, cheap. All makes. Price ?beet ob request. J. EJ. Crayton Co., Charlotte, X. C. H-?-tf - ; - ?-. - ^ Vi .HI t> II - 'i '. > . i !" " i v td niiCW Wo mane j tho best stool tanks for ull purpoaes, any stse tank made on short notice. I \ ' j jT|ie S^onj WS?na Imputation. ;. ;?rtfK''?t IB??t? T$?J1S : l?Q ? years] old. Thc-Jagtest and best bred j horfic you ever -had u chance to breed to. Will be in the stud at] navio Bros. Stables- Foe 15.00. j .ruLiih^AL {ANNOUNCEMENTS Under thia head will be run short announccmrtits ct camlidulcn> The rute? for those, aro aa follows; ,For...

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. — 15 May 1914

i ls to buy where yob get *be BEST afta" mor? o? it '~ Vif ti ?*t??*?* Ah?w Atoii***'. .'<?*dL. ? Fr ?vv*vv vvvimmj jtyj uuj ing your Come down, and let us talk it over. I ll E.M?iitner St. Anderen, S. C. ll ?r Question 1 SK??fek ?. to nffk ?* anybody. ( Most people nave ^^3p^^r^Sp i<o?i>'V, cettii, rid they ougut.to bc fSn^flRSHPl O H cd before decay atarte.. Tuet will ^^P^^^^^^Pg sto? Vein and arrest decay, besides ' v< ^^^y>^^SgSSHMr^ purpose of chewing. - We are practl aCjJKs. . i^Bw, *^W?^Bgr. dantlsta o? long experience and /hti?isi CT^^^^SlE perform all work-in, a high claaa mau Jffij y vlrf(3?H^^^? Oer > Whatever you may w?nt in tho ~2ffflP '?ff J dental line be sure we can do it well Dkl H. R. W?tf? ? Wlll? <?T*r ranavt* cc ?orcnni?iir* naci, ?n?crj;uvy ?S? in Wtuy ?TOBBBBSR KL'M$l;it SfiHlOT.- Winthrop Collette, Hook fi ttl, S. ('?, June 10 te July Ss^ -101* CWitSES OF STiJDY-Full courfcea of Kiody will be provided to mest tho itcuds nf: . 1. "Hup ?n, ...

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. — 15 May 1914

M AKDEIiSOn INTELLIGENCE! Fonded August 14-, 18e? US Vorth M?Sm ?ta-t 15DEK80T?? fl. C F* Wi GILLIAM BANKS W. W 8M0AK - Entered According to Art >A Ccu mau Seeon?.CUM:MairLM?2Zzz/? eke Fostoflice nt Andino*, B. C. FtiHim Every -Weekly Edition oa Tuesday a? Friday Mornings I I , ffllj I I?. II? , Ll ? I .Waekly Edition- ?1 SS psr Teat Edition-IMP' pet annum 81a Months; $1.26 for Thrw IN ADVANC? Member of the Associated ^Preas au J Raeetriag Complete Daily T?legraphh A largs circulation than any ethel Pewapaper tn thia Con gresslonal DM numvi?v aft!torial - ..? - - - Wi Easiness Office -, v - - . - Wi - -?-?.??S = - - ?? local News. SSI .oeiety HgW*'v^^"ki.''-?'-4- -'"Itt i ? I 'I I?. ?. Ul I ? ? JPhe InteUJgencsr ls _d?Hrered bj Sra^,ano4d1\)e &wa to Tho Anier eon Intelligencer,. .... Ta? Weather. Washington, May 14.-Forecast: South Carolina-Cloudy Friday, prob ably showers on the coast; Saturday! MjEHtMlTO -r. . V?T I ; THOUGHT F0B THE ?AT ^ I Our portion is not large, indeed...

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. — 15 May 1914

Latest News AMATUER FOUR TOWN CIRCUIT ??, FAYING PROPOS?T10N STOUCH HAS ^?>EA W. S. Lee Ha? Offered io Give Anderson and Greenville $10 For Every Game Played Tommie Stouch says that" an ama teur association for baseball, compos ed of tho towns of . Spartanburg,. Greenville, Anderson abd Greenwood, would pay aud Tommie Ought to know because ho has been in the game long enough to know all Mere is to know about lt. Fans in Anderson have been discussing the proposition for the last few days and'a majority or them seemed to think that the o^m~?iirvber put through if Stouch will push lt like be intends doing. . D. C. Garvin said last night that he had talked with Stouch while he was in Greenvilie and that the veteran ball player. ls strong for the organisation. He .says that Stouch intends visiting all the towns in the proposed circuit and trying to get some interest arous ed and says that that he has already secured Greenville's consent to the plan and '.that town will be ready to go ...

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. — 15 May 1914

SCENE PROM "A MIL ANEW Imported Ore part feature le "A Militant Suffragette." It dents * ; the present crisis in England and * of mal vu Um histor lcally. An unusually clever love theme la carried through the play, and, I of course, everything eada happily. Francis Marion. "The 8wamp Fox" (In three parts), ls a great new fea ture. Ever/ incident made famous hy ?VA 1.t^rt g.. -1-a- - -?_ -, ,n nuvwii nt a wny xiint stirs the blood. His battles with Tari* ton, "the Butcher;" the rescue of Gen ern! fJntcp. the "bebed potato" dinner f not? of!,?- ?ric events make this Of giu?t lu?w??it < ; .' "Th? Death, Sign at j?lgh Noon" (In three parts) is h western classic. ' The minister's love for gan tndhth maid capaes his banishment by his flock. Tfie miskin*' savage nttack upon the trading i>o9t nnd the minister's great aadflce, vtiWh saves the lives of his people, wilt enchain tbt interest of ev ery beholder. AUTO WRECKED ON MAIN STREET Mr. suki Mrs, Frank Sloan and little B*by Escaped ...

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. — 15 May 1914

Photon From War Torn Mexiqo; City Destroyed by. Federals Photon copyright, 1914, by American Frew Association. WHB dectrwtion urMhe Mexican city, of Nuevo Laredo, opposite Laredo, fl Tex* has proved om; of the; most cjwtly . MrajMjnits* of the disturbances ):t ' utlicru republic. The fetferni?, alurcked by the rebels, rc - itad trnm tim .-itu ?(tw ^?Uun th> ?.? ."..?!.._ u_ J- _. bunding*. I' ihrgugh the ?treets unchecked and "destroyed "?Tl stores, dv.'^llmp- mid churches:. ,Tb'e Illustration shows the cltv brirnlng aa viewed rrohi,?the'tinltefl Stnt^-r bunbs bf the Rio Grande and also th? nuda street after the conflagration b:id burned itself uiit _ f?F ?f ss?stF m t?mmim ?ralna, he Neuralgie I nastthaMi ? symptom }lcna eton ooooooooo ooo o o o o o i; o HONKA VkTH-Bfim I o " OOO .O. O.O OOO OOOOOOOOf ?From the Chronicle.) Mr..W. Korro?? Vef-telliton whe wed Injured In the oollap?? of the balcony of the audUorbjm of th* * Woman'* College ht One West during the ren dition of 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. — 15 May 1914

WHITE CANVAS Slippers PLAIN PUMPS FOR ORCWINU a i Hi.H-fi JW. I'LA IN PUMPS FOB iii HIS WITH OUT STRAPS-H.50. LA HIER* KAM? T?'UN Kl? ( 'O VF.lt Ml tl REL PUMPS-Stet*. ONE HTRAP POPLIN PI MPS. Illili HE ELA-fctl-V). BUTTON SLIPPERS EXTRA ?009 QAFLITY~t%Ml. THE BERT LINE OF WHITE IAN THE MONEY. tOII UAIPV VAS SLIPPERS IN TOWN FOB GEiSBERG TB SHOE COMPAN^ UNDER. MASONIC TEMPLE SHOKS THAT SATISFY ',1 '. JJ-!-'. -l?Lill?L' ? fmwmw .wt ii ti HIM---rr i ill ^ il i.?'?"'?. I H?*' There was a party of fif m WTV-*- leen h*??B* ? 8??d tone, "^^^8 Sf in North Anderson park j j They took their baskets (full of I 1 ?bod things) out on the car about j eleven o'clock and had the ?nicest I kind of Mite picnic. BJ The park is a dandy place for Ii these little picnics and we hope SJ everybody will feel free to use H. Jr Remember there is no charge for 11 l?tC ?i?c of these grounds. ? fr A Double HeuV ' I SPECIAL SALE |?. .? fl '? V Friday ' (I? reran te Ike rall). .ti, ? fe-?l?o Plaata al^?reeabe ST"...

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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