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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 16 May 1914
VOLUMS ?/WMBER 10& ' :S; WeeMj, lfct**!J?fe** 1M*t Q?Bj, isiu?h rt!*,, PRICE FIVE CENTS $C .00 PER ANNUM .? -j.j i;, j.; h' TEN' KIU^ AND Ff^UR FATALLY HURT IN DE TROIT riuAKT SEVERAL MEXICANS Were Engaged In Manufacturing Imitation Lea&e*' Oat o? Crude Rabber By Secret Procesa (By Associated Press.) Detroit, Mich-, May 15.-Ten men, moat or them chemists, were killed by nil svnlnajAn n* CC? """'~r.'~ in the mixing room of the Mexican Crude Rubber Company Tiero tsday. Four other employ?es, taken to a hospital, may die. Two men , were seriously hurt. The one story v jUcrete building waa' almost obliterated. Other build ings within a radius of a mile were mora or les& damaged. The loss-waa estimated at 150,000. Tba. dead are: Edward Christopher, Willam McCoy. C. Larsen, Al Hodgins, Victor F>.' Burns, William F. ?lles. Joseph C?ss?;' Gorton Latta, Kreon' A*%?n and George Oleggoria. The four last named were Mexicans. Just what caused the explosion probably will never be kn...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 16 May 1914
?MWTC rv " ?* ?? ? . '?. ; ?&4 -. .. , ifujfa?--"Dualnes.-*: Lo ?aU ar thia of flee.and aol.matt., JH?-lt I-The pnbB?( io know that the fountain poa jost two Vee*? ojo by Mr C. ? TrfbUta a^'aivertiaad ;'or 1? ibes? column? yesterday, was re turned bxSorv noon to Mr. THbWde. ? paya to advertise m.Tl.? Intent gefecer. '. . tt'iVrix Hauled Position In Drug Store with . Xoda fountain.^ Hare i nome know ledge of drug*. Three yaees, ex? . ?Ate good references. Addross "A. ' p?Henc? at Soda fonntato. -Can Ii. C.**' care of thc Beltou Journal, Belton. ?. f>. r.-u;-::' Wanted-Wa want a reliable man or woman In Anderson to took attar , rone weir and subscriptions to Me tropolitan, "The Livest Magasine in America " The work may be done in anare time-a few honra each \ weak. Liberal pay t$oe whatever time ta put In. No lavement or bond required, ao nravuma exper ience necessary. Full instructions and rupplleb sent free. Give two referents*. Desk. la. Metropolitan llana?**?,New York. 4W&l...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 16 May 1914
Efrury Bi?Xk of cotton grown in South Carolina l?al year could and* would have taken on more bolla than tt did li lt had been prop erly side-dressed. You will not BOO thc long skips between bolls la slde^resixii cotton th?t you see in other cotton, and you will see more.bolls, to the stalk. Every ?tdik of cotton grown In South Co roi t nu laut year would have "shed" lesn if lt'had been properly' side-dressed.' The reason colton ?lu d? ,1s that lt I3 dcjlclent in plant, food. Tho OP* * way to supply'this plant food is td side dress your cot tor., You \ it pump ii imo H. A young, tender, growing child should.be fed frequently lo make it grow rapidly and develop and come into; its cwu, and it is the BULK! way with young, tender growing plants, they should bc fed (side-dressed) frequently. Y?u don't expect to feed your mule enough in April to last until October and thc plant food you; supply your crop with In April will not lust until October either. NY hen tho plant exhausta your cotto...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 16 May 1914
THE ftHDEBSOfi WTELLlBEtiSEB Founded August ll, IMO . Ill North Mala Btes* 4 _ jjrpiBggif. fl. c. VSLLXAJS LAN'Ko - - ?otter W. W BM OAK - Bualnsss Manager e.ii ? ? ?"? "i .i ...i i. i ? Matered According to Act of Oom igras ss BecoLl Claas Mail Matter at CM Po. -office at Anderson, fl. C. , H i fH f ?_TM- , ?sesftl Ssfld-Weeklf Edition on Tatala? and Friday Mornings Jill ?ii .i.. ? ? .... i..m .eeai-WeeVly E3dit?oa-?l.50 per Year. r ;y Edl?on-96.00 per annam; Itky IBi Months; m SS for fores | ' Of ADVAKCfl 9*1 >?? , .H.. ~ of the tl ase ns tad Pr ASS ?a? fiaceiving Complete Dally Tctegk-aafatel A targe clroalatlon than any other gwspaper ta tate Congreestensl Bte TELS PHONE St ' Saasas ??ce - - SI ?cb Printing - - - - m L JUocal Hews ....... gff at?ete? Hews .... - Tn? teteUtgenesr te delivered by gwrtew te tba ?tty. It yon faa to Sift yW.SSbS? TtS?lmtiW r?mm notify tte. Opposite your name on label of your paper ia printed date to which r ia paid. Al) cheeks and sid be drawn to ...
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 16 May 1914
?Lia ninnttl SOm POINTERS ON , QUES TION AFTER M INVjEfTlC^: CATION .?r" ,\A Hoy English Cities Face Water F amine-Many Other Prob lem* m Britain , MISS YATE*' I London, May 15.-That the working class wife la a more efficient spend*? i of - thc household accounts than ber miedle clas? elster waa'the.contention of Miss Lucy Yates , nt a recent meet ing of the Women's Freedom League.' She declared that the 'principle of a woman having complete control of tits house waa recognized by the working classes, but higher In society there carno a sort of dual control. Through thia responsibility working ^ife baa learned administration, but hy leaning on some one else tho meddle class wita never learned. t ? > Th) wife, Miss Yatee said, should have complete control [of'the' "htoney set a side for .the household expenses, including housekeeping! dress and fMi ucatipn. There Shouldice no audit of her i .ccounts unless byi request She abou d bc provided wita a check nook aa nore-likely to prov...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 16 May 1914
TRAVEHS SOT IX EORM Did Not Play TI* t? sod (lanie IN tua Sandwich, England, May i.'>.-Form displayed hf th? .American entrant^ in tho first rumi? of competition for tho St, (joorge cup here today Waa hardly ap, to thu standard that bau boen expected ? Jcro?JQ V? Tragera returned u r un v of 77, witch tied" him with thc others for eighth place, ile is now rugarn' ed hy thu observers here ka tho'only uno among the Americans who stamin u ciiuuco of winning the coveted tro phy, in practice t?e other day he covered" the same course in os and it is fedld that if lie repeats that per formance tomorrow he wilt stilt como out ahead. In thc ransome, tho English player, who beads the list with 72, waa favor ed *wn/h extraordinary lack. , Francis' Uuimet, tho oi?cri champion ni the United State? in whose play a great interest ta centered, turned a - <??? iff i'd. ! I'n'i' <. t. Hilton, the Britta ama teur c tmjmilon, gave a 'brilliant dta . play nf gold ta tue ff?t half, reaching the ...
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 16 May 1914
Strikers' Tent City, Ludlow* Colo., And View After Fire Swept It Photos copyright 1014, h;. American Press Association. ss?? trrrr vriiitn. mour utsiuroapees m me nts tory ofto? country has net SB the state of Colorado In a turmoil. At Trinidad and other po ?ta cop per miners rose against tup operators because uonunton uien were give? work, and mnny lives have bee.. lost FinuUy thc United States troon? were ordered on the scene by President Wilson. Firo swept tho union miners/ settlement; and lt Ls claimed that the state militia started the flamea, Ttl? illustration show? the tent city at '- wilow destroyed by the blaze and a rUn of tho desolated section after tho confng-?tion waa stopned. Man* m-^m^r, arva children were suffocated, bo> the iMfflnfigv THE TEBRlfiLE OISE AF HIKE i him lo their ceite. rna and sprains, he rt. pains- Neuralgia win is sod paenttoa 'oC'COGCOOQ ?OOOOOOOtJ o oj ? NEWS FROM IVA .[ IC?OUOOOO? OOOOOOOOOj I Ivs, Mir fl-Tts Primilla? ?Wi ?ii fthe home of Mrs....
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 16 May 1914
l?s i?'. I A SPECIAL THREE REEL ECLECTIC FEATURE HIGHLY EXCITING AND THRILLING DRAMA ALSO A GOOD COMEDY ENTITLED PA AND MA ELOPE/'-Biograph Fe^t?re TfieatFC Todlay? The Man that Put the ,"Move" in Movies. < ^S^^?^* j>^^Mh? ^^hi*v*3 ?^^**^ v5i??^ 9 WHITE CANVAS I ? PLAIN PIMPS FOB OHO WINO ?.IRLS- %iMK PLAIN PUMPS FOB GIRLS WITH OUT STBAPS-$tM. , LADIES' BAND TURNED COVERED BEEL PUMPS-*#2.4."i. ONE STRAP POPLIN PI'MPN, JIIOB HEELS-MUM. BUTTON SLIPPEBS EXTRA OOOB QAULrr?-ft^O. THE BEBT LINE OF WBITE CAN VAS SLIPPERS IN TOWN FOB ?HE MONEY. YOU ?ANT BEAT THEM)""'? ? 1 ff' [i [ ? ll UNDER MASONIC TOM PLU SHOES THAT SATISFY lt% getting so many people lo build in Norih Anderson. THE FACT IS hume seeker, nr.d the people have merely , made the beat of Um op? DortwnWYi fi? A Daun!? Roll, > (IS yardi, to tb? reU) WALL PAPEB Unheard ot befare. Cojea wkB* i ii iKStM. CHRYSANTHEMUMS ow selection Sc each* 2Sc per 6 f?HMEO VARIETIES ******* ****** * ELECTRIC err * _ * Items of Interest and...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 17 May 1914
VOLUME ?, NUMBER IOS, Weekly, Establish** I8?0j Delly, Jae/iS, 1?IL ANDERSON, S. C, SUf^D A Y ?MORNING, MAY 17, 1914. PRICE FIVE CENTS $8.00 PER ANNUM AS TO HIS IDEA ABOUT THE WAY TO HANDLE THE PRI MARY ELECTIONS HE OFFERS ? PLAN Says That He Ia Author of Party Rule?, And Constitution an4 lie J ?C?lO^'lf? ArV'ff^W ?^??C04% Special to The Intelligencer. Washington, May 16.-Senator Till man handed the newspaper corres* pondent*'tho following interview to day: .'The/frtear approach or the State Convention and tne impor tau re ot Us expected action'emboldens me to give expression to some opinions on thc subi jct . Of safeguarding the primary. I deem this mere' necessary because I kna$$?*ftnall not be able to attend the Convention in person, and I have received many, letters nuking my ad vice bi thia crisis.' Almost every South Carolina newspaper I see. baa something to say about this all-Im portant; subject, and- there are scores . of acheiues, or propositions, aa to how lt. oug"<il;...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 17 May 1914
i INTELUfeE?K^ i jWANt ;,Jtt?#f GET RESULTS ipd Picken* ff er, ?nc. .<'? lt, PhOBV Fe* Sate- WhVe fodSao Kubaer Huck eggs a* tl^ pen. thirteen, pattin Strain. ^ JWtyp?ft Ma*, n Squafe Cardon . .< . Oftk Qro<,< Karin.. 'Portman Road, S-31 ' t Anderson,, S. C. r'OIi &.?L?- .^ ,<d?s>. aid chirks ?? i-a to ir? cents cad'.; coming ort Tuesday and Batu rdny ; itu ff and Garred Plymouth:-'Kooba; puff and Brown leghorns:'* matches off every week. I). CV Holland. Phone Coup try opera Uml-Thursday. f?? l^. oho gentle-] tnao's liizd.^Jgn'cL riogJ Monogram ; "8". Finder pisase return,to Intel-? iig?ncer and got reward. f>,t?-lt WANTS Wanted Posion la Dru? s?or* with Beda fountain. Haye nomo kuTjw ledge ai; u^M^^pThreo. ?pays ex-j perlene* .at Bona feua'-tL^',. Can give good references. Adores:J>A. B. C." care oi_the Belton Journal; Belton, $ C?, .. f>-l6-d^t ' snted ^e,r#s?S& ?eJLahie maa or woman .in Anderson- to. tqeJi^iMilt renew a lr. and aubacrlpilqnn to ...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 17 May 1914
?HE ANDERSO . m A Big Carnival would not ?ltraS?li much ^reat^ 100 pieces A. F. C. 12 1 -2c, ?&rge pja?d Ging. Miro, IWonday oniy,yd... 10c 32 in. fine Zephyr Ging hai?jLs" work h 15c Reg aler Bailee' Price 1.2 l-2c Monday, yard........ Sc TABLE. Draw? bigger crowd? every Moo day. Next Monday 3000 yards . 10c .horjt hagth ?#5cas%? oil you want UP to 60 yds at, yard.- . . v. - >'fia? ? l-2c and 8c Apron .^ogli^rfia, ?tl checks, fast colarr? Monday, yd. . . . ??>. 36 -.n fair grade Bleaching Stfin. 10c. Chambray *p&y; Ovngham, Monday,'Vy? * . . Good 6c Calico Monday? yord .' 200 doa Ladies' Bleached gauze. Vests, tape ?cek and arms, 20c kind Mon ?icy ffiurlv . 4S4n. fine quality 50c White .linens, .Monday, our* atti act PAGE THXKB Ife^l^iji if7 ! jujj i i 274n. Brown Linen, 9c kind, Monday, yd . . tfa _ Art Linen, sells most Monday, at. , 9x12 Matting AnSqwrn Moo?ay, nach . ,t ,, . . 9*12 Malting Art Square woven, worth ?Mfr 9x12 Axminster. -#fr? Squares, worth $20. Osw ...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 17 May 1914
Feasted August U, im V MS Harth Ms!? Binti WILLIAM BANKS * - Sdi tor W. W SMOAK - Bastes** Manager ?stored According to Act of Con gress gs Second Class Mall Matter at; Un Poeto til ca at Anderson* a a PsMlShed Every Morning Mxeeptl Monday -Weekly Edition on Tn ?Kay an?! friday Mornings -Weekly Edition-ai M per Tear. Dally Edition-55.CO per ann nm; I 92.se,tor six Mentha; ?1.26 for 9hree i-, Of ADVANCB Meaihir ot the Associated Press si Receiving Complete Dally ??l?grspblo I A larg? circulation than any other Mwapaper In thia Congresatoi . TILIPHOHBRt UT Sastneas OSes ------ tu Jot? Printing.-?ft-t, <" Laeel News.637 Society News .... - tii ITbe Intelligencer ls delivered by . carri era te the etty. If yon fall to get your paper regularly pisses notify as. Opposite your name on label o? yonr paper ia printed date to which your paper ls pal?. All checks end honld be drawn to The Andar Washington. May 16.-Forecast: South Carolina-Generally fair Sun day and Monday. . ~ ' , ,." Tho s...
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 17 May 1914
Ssjwlay jMottfflB*,, Ma, 7 l?^K^g 5*9 THE ANDERSON DAILY iNTEU.^ .... BM i j fr After All This Dust and Windy Weather ELECTRIC VACUUM CLEANER , Will Clean Your Hoirie "THE CLEAN VVAY."' ration will Convince You. Phone us and we wiil send a machin? and expert for a trial. SOUTHERN PUBLIC UTILITIES CO. * * *y* ? ****** ? Item? of Interest and Perron * Wkelets cstbeS * * * * * * * ****** \ - V . v Atlanta Afta r IHks Contention. Bo well pleased was Atlanta with the Imperial Council of the Mystic Shrine the Georgia city bas decided to gb after the 1916 National Con vention of B. Pj O; Elks and the Andcr . son miks have been ??ked tb assist Atlanta in getting thia great conven tion. The Elks gathering , la second in importance to the Shrine-alone, and lt ls annually ?me pf the biggest fra ternal gatherings In the country. Last year the Urana Lodge of Elka met ar ljocheatcr, Nf. Y., and-this year it wilt go in July to Denver, Colo., and lt la already practically conceded that the 1915 con...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 17 May 1914
Darnrnin UQIgaill Mm i2 i-2c Bleached Mus lin, yard wide, no better 12 1-2C Muslin made. 59c Limited-None sent C. ' O. a Standard Quality Apron Ginghams, sold by oth ers at l oe yard. Our regular price 8 i-3c. 10 yards for ,. Limited-none se^t C. O. D. " .-?-- 11 ? .?" ??? 12 1-2C Cotton Fabrics, many weaves plain and fancy, ali colors, larr* assortments. May Sale per yard ..ftA 12 t-2c Ribbed Vests, Women's extrasize, Ribbed Vesti-v low iteck ana arin holes, all si*es, 12 i?2c value. Special each . ? 6c 12 1-2C Coiton Ho tiery, Men's and Wo men's fast black, full seamless, double sole, neel and toe. Her pair, .?.^^i -WW"?'Wi IIIMW'HI-JII>?UIIJ< Men's lari ' 5c Handkerchiefs .. .Standard huck- Towels each ............ Men's Ri.So and 52,00 95c MMCakMUWfJWMat* Men's Soc Work Shirts. May wash j to 75c. ? IP mate Special, at lay Sale .SS? i soft C ti tri S - - ' -GALA TIME FOR THE LOCAL TEAM .... II Anderson Boys Got Revenge Yes terday for Defeats They Have Experienced On Trip Th...
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 17 May 1914
"""" ??l***'1 " "o ?.fe Tt. 1 oaf v1T - .?talo ?ci BcaMa Da: ftes* E,erI for it,:?.? ^ r?ate ?Jluss nnd Wind Shield Glass -Al;|fW?v.J??>., Contractors and Builders, Anderson, & C. is^ and Doers. tnt and Plaster* m VOLUME ?, NUMBER IOS, Weekly, Establish** I8?0j Delly, Jae/iS, 1?IL ANDERSON, S. C, SUf^D A Y ?MORNING, MAY 17, 1914. PRICE FIVE CENTS $8.00 PER ANNUM Jr ^ 6?./ fro? ??0*/c^ fo^ Jr 1 5 00 0 Pairs , Womens', Mis ses' a n d Chi!* drenas Oxfords ?nd Pumps on sale at $1 to $4. TH?MPSO ?5 fe ^riee Sites Afore,, Fe Mell ?or (fenn Oaljr? . I?||l . ' ! . o?ficeoTcryarraers&Mercba?J^Ba?'- iv" fl ?. K; TOLLY & 80I? . "Tb? Cheaps IT/IOtlTIJU?? ,^ ^SOCTHWBOLWA
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 17 May 1914
j SPECIAL PROGRAM FOR REUM?f M WEEiX Watch this Space For Full Announcement I Manager of PALMETTO THEATRE now in Atlanta arranging for Speciaf^catures. j ^SzS Vlsi* tlie PALMETTO FOP thc Best in Movies t . , , j, ,.ffl Every Day lAn nOpe Letter ...to*** AND MRS. PUBLIC GreeUfies: i I ti |x Realizing that any announcement on our part is of interest i io, all those who walk on their feet, we attempt to publish this ?tl thc form ot a coniidential letter to let you know that we now offer you iMi opportunity to get on your feet at the smallest pos sible cost with little regard to that other great circulating medium -the coin of thc realm. Our stu ; is in the hands of carpenters and will be for the g next te;i days. Wc know we should have offered these reduc ? Hons'helow before they started but they slipped up oh us, so Wc remind you of the fad that our shoes have thc largest circulation in ANDBKSON COUNTY and are noticeable where ic of good standing are seen, so take^ Advantage of thc i'...
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 17 May 1914
VOLUME ?, NUMBER IOS, Weekly, Establish** I8?0j Delly, Jae/iS, 1?IL ANDERSON, S. C, SUf^D A Y ?MORNING, MAY 17, 1914. PRICE FIVE CENTS $8.00 PER ANNUM VOLUME ?, NUMBER IOS, Weekly, Establish** I8?0j Delly, Jae/iS, 1?IL ANDERSON, S. C, SUf^D A Y ?MORNING, MAY 17, 1914. PRICE FIVE CENTS $8.00 PER ANNUM VOLUME ?, NUMBER IOS, Weekly, Establish** I8?0j Delly, Jae/iS, 1?IL ANDERSON, S. C, SUf^D A Y ?MORNING, MAY 17, 1914. PRICE FIVE CENTS $8.00 PER ANNUM
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 17 May 1914
"lt h the Duty of frew One to JtefejjBfo^ Af l/z$x>t One T&V6?TX }ikr?Y hi^in^J^tBS^k m .the \je^?k.}$o^Kt .TcffiM What &he Diet" * ^^^^B^ Si B** . ? O oo $t*v - \?ite That i Ci *Ye,th Th VOLUME ?, NUMBER IOS, Weekly, Establish** I8?0j Delly, Jae/iS, 1?IL ANDERSON, S. C, SUf^D A Y ?MORNING, MAY 17, 1914. PRICE FIVE CENTS $8.00 PER ANNUM
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 17 May 1914
Pussyfoot Sam THE ROfcBEfe IS IN TH^W??SE KL. &om AMD CHA? H ?/A OUT .. vl^f ulTiiilvrjiJ A.W h IC I ?AA. Ki OT BACK M /oMtMOTW COMETO Adam Hew, the breve chief, and Puarcfopt. $he 4wttqr detective, had trapped the Powell diamond robbers} they had seen them enter tfca fc*uee and were prepared to aapture them at thepr?il of their awn lives, Q\VE MITHAT WATCH I H? to feos witt a cus&ar W saa&oa, SSS! Watching and Wa ?ft* lo guard ta? weftmravABf ti? .ting in a Dark Alley Tba fMptttt was Carribie. Staftdtef tbare te th? inky faxtaa&u, loaring
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Anderson daily intelligencer. — 17 May 1914
ii VEAM! WE CAN'* G?fcT YH pOOr QrO^Dl THIN? YO STAR i --;-V . r YOU'RE SURE YOU N E. ;.JJEkfei-Tt oNLv ? i mW % ) A RE- TW? e, &^A*t WA??PRA.J) TO V ?HMT w 1 ^LLgP j \? MONKEM WrtH ^?^1 F^g j ^^^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^I^B^^ ^^^^j? ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ W?pO&?! M?iwx?H^jJ^ T?AY?. Dow KNOW COMIC SlCJlO? -~~~- - ' -i" i--r i-r- -i III 11 j>.i.nu.i HIHI. "'lunn 1 . ' ' ? .III?. ^^^^ C^SirIf X^^AI^^I . .' ^Cfr:-':N?:^;V. :?-:.?j * I CAN PUT TH1 ^OOIAlNl K rjfT v --, , - Mtm^vn^Hj i _.^T ^^S^^---*--; VOLUME ?, NUMBER IOS, Weekly, Establish** I8?0j Delly, Jae/iS, 1?IL ANDERSON, S. C, SUf^D A Y ?MORNING, MAY 17, 1914. PRICE FIVE CENTS $8.00 PER ANNUM