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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 24 December 1915

m Are You Gheatiiig Yourself ? ~& li you are throvnng away /out income, that'? exactly what you are doing. SaVe the Dimes that they may $ tt into Dollar? as the years go by. Citizens National Bank If It's Good Meat You ?6 What ^You're Look ing For. . '.. Here, you'll find the very: best of fresh meats at all times, but particularly so at this Sea son. We have some of the best beef, pork, veal and sau sage we have ever sold.- We /are also selling lots of fresh .oysters-and f?s|\. Let;MS have ?your orders ihis monthV. You'll en joy the change. Pork Sausage, Mixed Sau sage, Beef and Hog Liver, .Liver Pudding, Beef Yeal, Pork and Fresh Oysters and Fresh Fish. ' Phocje 755- : Unitary Meat Market - Prof*. .W,HJ.I|'l I II MPII . I lill .1 I rr I1.IIIIH. I ll ll jj See the Window of ? And '* tighter ia ?n.e o? '.het^^h#W5*: ??l. exertlo!??; lt ls. ot great JWwi?j f??csiilon. A stin moro bff?ctrta? help I? v ?oKe of Ch^bos;laih> ' Tt^letsi lt- re? shoni? j^'trhuD?ea with ^ai i3W?Srk:?...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 24 December 1915

Glass of Hot Water Before Breakfast a Splendid Habit Open sluices of the system each morning and wash away the poisonous, stagnant matter, Thoao of ?B who are accustomed to feel dull'and heavy when wo ariso; splitting headacho, stuffy from a cold, foul tongue, : pasty breath acid ?(omach, lame back, can, instead, both look nnd feel as fresh as a daisy ' always by washing the poisons and ff tcxlqs.from the body with phosphated I itfiot 'water each morning.-' We should drink, before breakfast, a glass of real hot water with a tea . spoonful of limestone phosphate In lt to flush from th? stomach, liver. ' kidneys and ten yards of bowe'.B the previous1 day's indigestible wast?, sour bile . and poisonous toxins; thus cleansing, sweetening and purifying the entire alimentary tra^t borbro putting more food Into tho stomach. ? Tho action of Hmestono phosphate and hot water on an empty stomach ls wonderfully Invigorating. It cloan3 out nil the sour fermentations, gases, | waste and acidity a...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 24 December 1915

CEORGE BRONSON HOWARD Each Episode Suggested Seria!?xation by HUGH 1 Produced by the Universe! f [Copyright. 1514. by the Universa THIRD EPISODE The Traction Trust Suggested by GEORGE BRONSON HOWARD. Author ol "Snobs, "God'e Man." Etc SYNOPSIS. Dually Iiaxnigan; district attorney of Now York, attacks tho liquor and vice-trust?. Ho is killed by an agont of a secret c?aloty.'tho commtttooof iifuonn. His son, Bruca Larnigan, is elected district attornoy 'and toke J up tho fl slit. Braes is in loco with Dorothy 'Maxwell,, whoso father is head of tho insurance trust. ? Bruce JLarnigan is decoyed to an o <dl resort in. an offort to trame him up. Ha beats tho conspirators by. having tho polioo.oommlssionor pres ont. A Uro otaria in a tenement across tho way. L arni gnu saves the children of Dow, ono of tho conspira tors. This man agre;* *to expose tho trust. Ho ls murdered by tho gang. |BC"GF. LARNIGAN'S crushing ?? defect, of the tenement honse ..trust,'., resulting in the murder >....

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 24 December 1915

r EVERY DAY 16,000,000 AMERICANS EAT BREAD Made from Gold Medal Flour. All discerning housewives uso Gold Modal Flour-other plod along. Your Grocer lins It-ask him. BUI (MAH G. E. TURNER Distributor TODAY THE NEWMAN MUSICAL CO, Paramount Feature "CHEJWMIE FADDEN OUT WEST" S Reels. m Picture at 3.00 and 5:30 Musical Show at 4:20 and 8:30 ? Ticket tb "Everyworaan" Will Make a BBKIS*-''' Nice Xmas i?resent. U THE?TO T ODAY 'TATTER AND THE BOYS" Five Reel B. U. F* Drama* WE OPEN AT ? :30 P. M. TODAY JU. ifj'_uiiiu11 TODAY BABE KELLY'S TOPSY TURVY GIRLS Presents "KRAUSE'S ALLEY* MOVIES FOR t??AY SPECIAL THREE REEL ORALIA WE OPEN TODAY AT 1:30 P. M. latinas. ?arh?t??Hs Christmas Pikes Cn CABNAT'iOKS Rosea . Per Hoju ?Tfliite, short stem $ .7.*> i'?hHo/groo? Rieck 1.8? >ThKe?-'Wi^;tt??k ~iM Lfght pixk WO Dcop Pinfe iJiO Red s 2.00 White firsts White extras Pink ftrst* V.Kir}*.' ;8jiel?t?s ! ;. v". ?od* Hoosier Beaiixt* Vet I*?#. id* WO UM aoo 2.00 fs?: -lierai -iMiiitiansr M?robeirof...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 25 December 1915

I SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 25, 1915, NUMBER 297. 'W?STEftN \ CHIMA '.AT-J T?K-T??I , TO A MO?i &RCHY Thc Provinz l'iiis/f^^piitt ?il. ?:'.,7, Dac, 3i;--T%tV tlic '.. .V ?hineuo trtx)])3 rpaVe. fces? despatched^ to put Bc tl-mWarc'?iU^v;t?st?rr?glon ' wblv has broken'out ?h.^n-ma^in'j?r tho 3c;:d(.r.-0j? j of. T?aVAoJthp'iioilmgr . n?litat. or -.of .-taat '.'-province', .the troops proceeding- ?M?-Szo-Oh?cn. f*! ?dpt oi'pr! v . i .-pro vinces including;...yn-ajn- .'; 'declare ni fo chango;'.the' . archy. 'Tteeently. ent?h?j powers'-u'rg ?5 niak?; o The O/ihie-iii replied tri:!, they could handle international'*.'situations H&? Be^ Ma^. J?^ Until; Late Hour Last Night?Boys Had ?AB far : as crltuo lis concerned, Christmas Eve passed off unusually quiet Luis season. . Chief . S anim ons stated late la s t q?ght-that there had been only, apout: I?.ihrrests, 'nearly all ol thcae being f?r drunkeness.. In i\ few caspa 'arresfs^nora-made? -f?r fighting. V J^rdtti tho sheriff's .of...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 25 December 1915

COLUMN WANT ADVERTISING BATE M Twenty-?ive words cr less, One Tune 26 cents, Three limes SO cents, Six Times 11.00. All advertisement over twenty ave words prorata for each ad- < dltlonal word. Rates on 1,000 g words to be used in m mouth mada on application. No advertisement taren tor ,ess than 25 cents, cash in ad? vance. , Ii year name appears in the telephone directory you can tele phone your weat ad 821 and a ?ill will bo mailed e- .or its in sertion for prompt payment fr OR ???tMM HOV. SALE-Several G ae;o tracts of land on ibu P. & N. Railway, about two and a half miles out. Fine and level. Price right. See mo at once if interested. Any ono, black or whlto can buy. W. M. Walker. P0B SALE-Agricultural Limo. Ap ply now to your gardens at rate of from ono to five tons per acre-it's cheap and there is not a garden in I Anderson but that needs, limo-lt will correct blight and sweeten . your 'tour soil and make your fer tilisation readily available. Phono 404, Furman Smith, S...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 25 December 1915

^epi?o?? and Visiting Card? CORRECTLY AND PROMPTLY ??fe^ED pND ^OB SAMPLES AN!M?n?n:S J- P. STEVENS ENGRAVING GO. 47 WIIITKH?ll ST. v ???.?.S?A, ?A. Chicord Bank iPWI I CITO p. U B. E, ToIIIsdBf Asst. Castle?? : 1? MG STORE ?erids to., ea?c?n. ?fr itt customers and admirers thc ccuiplimek,? orj&e season. :> ?^^^ for m?v.big business v?Sch we have done in '-the.past year. swspe?#;,b something of jwh?ch we feel, proud our new big ser? is the delight of, o^'customers, asj Mfe are nov* better prepared for. ? bsd for yoar 1916, business. * Vi t PREV?ST'S STORE ^ Southside Frocery Co, For.yt^,p}t?r0n??c .extended..-us dui?ng: th? paSV;", twelve months, ,)ve sincerery^. - wisli yoti the. rtte^; ?&M^'fif M'etry 'Cl?i;islm??^; ami, :*jlappy New Years. 1 First Presbyterian Church. The regular program will, bo car ried out at tue First 'Preabytorlan j church tomorrow. . The ''Sabbath] e^woi-'.^l b?" at" io o'clopk. The pastor -will preach a, tlltSO atitt 7:30. A cordial invitation i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 25 December 1915

THE INTELLIGENCER! KSTAIIIJSHKD 1800. Published every morning except | Monday by The Anderson Intelligen cer at KO West Wbltner 8treet, An derson, S. C. .SEMI-WEEKLY INTELLIGENCER Published Tuesdays and Fridays h. M. GLENN_Editor and Manager! Entered ' as second-class matter April 28, 1914, at tho post office at Anderson, South Carolina, under the Act of March 3, 1879. ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCHES Telephone....331 . SUBSCRIPTION BATES DAILY One Year.$5.00 Six Months.2.60 Three Months. 1.85 One Month....k. .48 One Week..10 SEMI-WEEKLY Ons Year.$1.50 Six Months. .75 The Intelligencer ls delivered by carriers in the city. Look at tho printed label on your naper. The date thereon eb-?wa when tho subscription expires. Notice date and jebel carefully, and lt not corroct please notify us at once. Subscribers desiring the address ot their papor changed, will please state in their communication both the old and nsw addresses. 1 rfto insuro prompt delivery, corn It Mints of non-delivery in the...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 25 December 1915

I We Thank You ONE AND ALL For Your Past Patronage and Wish You A Merry Christinas And Prosperous New Year B. Fleishman & Bros. Osborne & Pearson's Old Stand Public Square Anderson, S. C. JUST OPENED ICE CREAM JPARLOR AND CANDY KITCI^N (Formerly Olympia Candy Kitchen) Have complete line Candies, Fruits, Toys and Cigars. Soft Drinks a Specialty. We solicit your trade. (?.D.ANTONIKAS, : Proprietor. J |||| iipi^pi^^^^^ll j Four Cans ci Spot?sss Cleaner, wbidb deaiur anything; } S with One Luster Box, which brightens and polishes Glass ; ^ J and all Metals, with One Jiffy Brash Free. AH far & wt*. Seven boxes or cakes of etcher Golden Rod Washing Powder, or White Flag Laundry Soap (or you, may take p?? them mixed) fc *:^ Sj cents. ' .15 . These Special prices' are good while , our . present ?toc^t? ?j . ? .-. Iable prices, so take;advantage of ii' now* This week we also have Special;prices on Teas, Cocoa . and Spices. Money saved is money made. Phone 22. ?JV Mr ?Mi?Cowrt . S...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 25 December 1915

SSS ' j ' Just ?in Old Time wish 'with an ever " ^^^^^^^^^ / ' vg new meaning. Wishes may hot iiwke them . v . . . :' ' . ^r?'1 "Merry Christmas" Health and Happiness, these.two ' ' '' , . ' = ' And express our sincere appreciation of .. But we wish them true . Embody all we wish.for you. ? ?.-..SU ?155 ?SSS N your valued patronage.. X1. ^, , .'"****. J* '-SSS ^ . , May tins Christmas.and the New Year If, as we hope, they are yours today, '.SSS -~^^^/|ff\^- Bring good tjmes to you! " . "': : We've one more wish-that they ? v M?^^mW^^^CCO. ? ' , : %M stay. . Vj|' cor^ractoreT^ . . John M.'Hubbard Co. . . .?^^^^ S *'.^^V^^ * Jewelers ' * ' ? ''- '^R;^. ' -SS' ri\ ANDERSON, st. . . /"' ''^ ESJ Up-to-Date G^ezera _ ~. 'SSS SSS '. 1 "***--^- -' SSS' ?IV Thanking You, One and AU We send good wishes upon their way, To tarry with you this Christ /' - ; mas day And wishper our message inte your ear F?r : sM'jfi?vj Christinas, a -;y Happy New Year. Reece-Welch C?. SuccoHsors to C'A. Heed Vlan...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 25 December 1915

WM % m ?Mil mm May Your Christmas Be a Merry One and Your N?u> Year a Happy One And may you live a thousand years, Y' and every time you furnnish a home come to us for the best .furniture and furnishings that your money will buy at the same price. This is the sincere wish of . .-lt . . ' -, r iivv .'?.?-',t- -' ' ' .. 5 . >. The Peoples JNfew Furniture Co. lt's Easyto Pay The People? Way" Sought across the seas his lost youth iii norina's magic fountain. We older folks, behold again argosies freight ed with gilded, golden, georgeous expectations Boating, down the stream of childhood into the port of fulfilled fpio? when.our .kids approach the cold hearth jon Chirstmaa morning. fl tm wm rn Just |is the t?es: of friendship are strength ened a*: this holiday sea son? so may our business association grow in mu tual accord and confia ../ ;. dence. . Accept our sincere ^sh for your continued prosperity. ^ . ANDERSON CASH GROCERY G?. m inn eme GERMANS ENORMOUS Warsaw, Dec. 24.-With t...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 25 December 1915

tllil?Llil' flte?ERS OF PLAYCREST HAD CHRIS^^ CISES THURSDAY * WELL . ^SATISFIED {?res Speakers Expresse?! vtfcen*-; toives-?s Being More l'iian Pleased With Work. Tho. ; Christmas exorcicen at Pa, . M?st, the duh house at tho William ??011 milis, hold oh T.^ursiiay night. v'|wero JweiVa.tieod?? ana much enjoyed. i.\vu Vhn nv?i.it ardent.^supporters o? thin' work wiro surprlr?d at theV : nt ? and th? 'interest. shown.. ? mm aia^gioi : Garlinffton; who has aii&rgVlof thia work. In a short and i appropriate talk introduced" .3tr.'.:Jt?'< ! -.IP. Gosaott, president of 'tho milis. .;-'I'.:V.i tweaker, declared that he wusj '/--Brtt-teful for thc work, which'waa b??<] -..::i>'i- '..>.. u ah? -.vas very:-much; ratified vila tho progress it had ! iR'i^ 'within' ihr. few weeks that it ltd bt<?h" going oa. He stated that .VJ.' fi receiving- inquiries from alt 'the etil'' llu* \y{\rti-9*}Q. TC was that Sn ?i.vi gou^a '-.it .started so quickly; >ty..'; <??s? ' ? bia .r...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 28 December 1915

V- V. ANDERSON, S. C., SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 9,1915. ._._ Wt NUMBER 232. b, ?ii ... ;. . - ; ' . .. . . ..: aro ferey:-.! ing &le?2i?y for ?a'off?n?ivo 'A??? .T,ijrk!i. OJ.?it|; advices, however, j&W<'. tuek:. Ic?it they 'b;> pughtj -hetrvosn- two ' i?fttlii#'.'.v,'>r?l,:?r?^h?? ; Au1...interview \vl th ?^eraio? SUo^t?dis frircca&ts the faihif?. ?f ?'t?frX?rta'.-?.''pr4*Q"ot ibo iriv?? ; ^frtfca-.of Grecian. ?&r^ cm ia. It is tn- ! ~ tl mat ed that if ih invasion, ts tin- 4 dort?a5a?ft ';<h? .?Alh$?\.goverhi?cat wiin i d?vot?V ?f?ort' :tow??l; obtaining -?t??tv : - iar4s>bV ?*v't&V:a*A?j tftt??a'r^feek; tahi*; ;? .'.JoiT^i^??l^&?^' ?# the. compution -i -^f-rnl??ta^ <?.>. 1 , Atohg -Th?.. weforir -, frvtti: * Pat?n,] ? "r^rwrt?:ia?^e?sfnl ,fiiU?ry;a?t'oaa the Fr??oh in f?^l ^am^agne^ wbsy^e^ .? :.: ?hd v?fo*eb. -Ser7 fe-'?aya'!- -ap^at?bas*1 .'. are ?esMcta d' by fieos sab fc ray*.; H y. 3 ; :Tbb BTdt?sh- HfV looked >?fW?-^ -..v.iui...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 28 December 1915

CLASSIFIED COLUMN WANT ADVERTISING BATES . rwenty~flv? word? Or Icoe, Joe Time 26 cents, Throe T!m?? <o cents, Biz Times 91.00. ^advertisement over twenty J ve words prorata for ca:h sd lltional word. Rates on 1,000 words to bo need in * Tontb nudf on application ie ?dvorUsement .aVon for ? 'nt . <h "ants -.?sb in ad .J , JW usme*appears ui ui* - .pUeno directory you can tole ; -phone your want nd to 821 and a HM will be malled after its In 'cnion for prompt payment m SAt> FOR SALK-Severn! 5 aero tracts of land on the P. & N. Raliway, about two and a bal' miler, out; Fi tm BUU level. Price right. Seo me at once if interested. Any one,, black or white can buy. W. M. Walker. r'OB SALE-Everything in the Una ot . fresh frulto that are in season: pears, ? apples, bananes, grapes, oranges, lemons, cocoanuts, nuts ot ell kinda, and candles that moke your mouth water, und at prices that don't make you sick either. J. K. Manoa. FOB SALE-Two good young milch cows. Furraan Smith. ...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 28 December 1915

To cook with is the most convenient fuel tobe had. Andi iib the cheaper, too when tbtj least bit of thoagbt ead attentions given'.it. Try it for awhile, apis you will like it Thfte ure many satis?cd usef? of gas in Ander son, .j.. heat the bata room with.' Ss rv -r v 7 Simplified Savings System . ed the avings Club? ' . ' .-. : ' . . --'J Join Now* : V Mis? Elizabeth Van Wjrck rrarriefl. i Thoir. many ..frieuda will bo Inter csted tn t'.io uahotmccrnt-.)'' of thc 'marriage of Miga Eli?abo?i riais-Van ?Wyck of 'Jhi3 city to Dr. Marian C. Kemp of ?unitcr, ?J. C., W?.?CII in teresting over-t ?ipfc place .at /l?* tc sid?rica of tho bride's grandmother Mrs. M. Van Wyck at 5;00 o'clock on the afternoon. of December 26th lifl?. Tho Ceremony waa pcrformcv. hy tba Rey. J W- Speako ? in th?, presence of tho'bride's grandmother. ..:er father and only a few intimate friends. . . .Dr. JZepip is a popular young drvg-| ? gist of Sumter, S. C., and Mrs. J?emp. aa Misa Van Wyck was one of Ander son'...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 28 December 1915

THE INTELLIGENCER ESTABLISHED 18?0. Published every morning except Monday by Thc Anderson Intelligen cer at 140 West Whitncr Street, An derson, S. C. SEMI-WEEKLY INTELLIGENCER Publiflhcd Tuesdays and Fridays L. M. GLENN... .Editor and Manager Entered es second-class matter April 28, 1914, at tho post office at Anderson, South Carolina, under the Act of March 3, 1879. ASSOCIATED PRESS DI8PATCHE3 Telephone.. .321 DAILY One Year..<...........16.00 Six Months. 2.60 Th j Cy Months. 1.7::, One Month. .42 One Weok.;. .10 SEMI-WEEKLY One Year............-.$1.60 Sis Months.. .75 Tho Intelligencer Is doliverod by carriers in tho city. . . Look nt tho printed label on your onper. Th? dato thereon shows whon tuc subscription expires. Nctl.ce dnto and label carefully, and If not correct : please notify us-at once. ' Subscribers desiring the address of their paper changed, will please state In their communication both the old and new addresses. To insure, prompt delivery;. com plaints vof n.*,...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 28 December 1915

WEBB 6?0LY BEATEN -fatfwj BUD BAILEY AND TWO NEGROES CAUSED TROUBLE NUMBER CHARGES Against Bailey, Several of thc Negroes Atl?.,fced Be??g in Bad Condition. On Saturday afternoon Bud Bailey, overseer for Mr. j. j. Fretwell, seems, to have run amuck, so to speak, lie with two negroes, having assaulted several negroes of Ander son. It seems that Balley was drinking and got two negroes. Sherman Regu lar and another named Clark, also .drunk, it 4s said, to asal?s'1tlm. .tn rateing rougit houses down on Red Hill. Charges have been.made against Bailey for forcibly entering . several houses and for assault-and battery ip other cases. Ono of tho negroes who Was atr tacked by the men was George John son. It-is sal:? that Balley struck Johnson over the head with his pistol, rendering him. unconscious, toen continued to beat hlnr and cut him up about the head. Jolmspn's motlier attempted to "go to hor son's rescue, but she received rough tre?tm?ht al do. Her injuries are said to be serious,. ....

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 28 December 1915

Detailed Account of Operation and Maxatehahce for First Ten Months. Washington, Doc. 27.-A detailed account of the operation and mainte nance ot tho Panama canal during thc first ten months and a half after Its opening to commerce in August, 1914, ls.given in the annual report of Gov ernor Goethals of tho Canal Zone, made pnblic tonight. Final construc tion work just prior to the canal's opening also ls described in tho re port, which etnbroeee tho fiscu? year .ending June 30 last, prior to thc earth slide whl?lv blocked tho chan nel. Between August 15, 1914, and June 30, 1915, 530 .vessels, representing a net Panama Canal .tonnngo of i.88-1. Vl'.'J and cargo tonnage of 2,125,735 Were passed through from Atlantic to Pacific and 658 vessels, representing a Panama canal tomingo of 1,958,307 and a cargo tonnage of 2,844,057, from Pacific to Atlantic, making a total of LOSi) vessels with a net canal tonnage ci 3,843,035 and a cargo tonnbgf of 4,960,792. During thlB period three ' minor ...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 28 December 1915

- - I III ll III ll ?liligi Each Episode Suggested S?r ial?zaf?on by HUGH I Produced by ?he Universal Fi ICoprrisht, t?tt, by the U?'lven?i FOURTH EPISODE The Power of the People ..By REGINALD WRIGHT KAUFFMAN. Anthe? of "Souse o? Bondage." "jim/', "The Ghi Who Gow Wren*" tsnd "My Heart \ ?nd Stephanie" ^SYNOPSIS. ": Dudley Larolgan,'' district.attorney, at tacks, thp liquor, und vico' trina:-:, .'-tc tn liUi- .l by un agent of o secret society, ?he committee of ilftocn. Hhj ?on. 15 ru Co Darnlgan. la e!cctt-d?dlstrlct attorney and takes up the flght. Bruce ta In love with Dorothy Maxwell, whose fsthor' la head of the lhsurur.ee trust. i t?ruce ?-arnlaan ls decoyed to ah evil re sort In an, effort ta frame him up. lie ima tho .police comihinslbner present. A, dre starts hi' a tenement. Larnlgah saves the children of Dow. ono of tho conspirators. T)i|a mau agrees to expose the trust, liv ta murdered ty ihr) gang. ' Stanford Stone..head ot the swift Syndi cate., insists Uarnlgua must 0...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 28 December 1915

TODAY THE MERRY MILITARY MAIDS Present "A FARCE COMEDY" MOVIES FOR TODAY "LESSONS IN LOVE" Three Reel Rialto. EIJOU THE?TRI TODAY "HOWARD'S MONARCHS OF THE AMERICAN FORESTS" ; Powers. "STRONGER THAN DEATH" Rex 2 Reel. "GREED AND GASOLINE" LK O Comedy. Sanitary Coffee and Tea Tri-Golator and Rice Steamer Tho economical and hygienic method of making French ^?".C?^^'lf the twa of the ALUMINUM TRI-?OLATOR. WE invit?-yetar inspection at the Demonstration which begins '?' - ?' Tuesday Morning, December 28th J /v< ..tum ? *m*aKmirnm*'Wtmm&mtM**m'?(Vt<*<'mitm*''"*'m**n* . We still -haye aTcv/Cbnalmes .articles . lefiirpl^ They are going. fast so rooke your purchases, to day. . ipUcBe? ?omeons's h^vrt with.'.?csae" g?fi bu . over so rv?ue?L llvtf?jg does much to: make this d b#?ht...'.':-W:fcat>* da?t Xmas it Would be if wa THE ANDERSON GUSH GROCERY IS BURNED. STOCK OF GOODS GREATLY DAMAGED BY WATER AND HEAT ORIGIN UNKNOWN Started in Oftice and Spread to Second Floor of Build...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
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