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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 9 April 1916

Distinctly Individual arc the two new s*-??t pumps we of fer for this weeks selling. " Mat kid, welt, leather Louis heel with patent saddle strap. Patent leather, welt, leather Louis heel with dull saddle strap. v Botli Styles $4.50 Under Masonic Temple Shoes That Satisfy f The Approach of Easter Brings a Myriad of Lovely New Styles in Fashionable SPRING SUITS and every woman should be able to find a Suit that will bring out her good points, for' the suits arc de signed for all types-slender, stout, long waisted, short waisted, cte, and wo are showing exact coun terparts of models now displayed in the leading New York shops. Also, every new conceit brought out this season in Sport Coats and New Skirts. hi w lands. E HAVE several thousand dol lars to place on good, farm Peoples Bank of Anderson \THE UNIVERSAL CAR ' ? ' -.? : ' ; . I- ? . . The Ford--? simple car of proved quality. A car anyone can operate anyone can care for ; and a ear that bringa pleasure, service and nat-, isfacti...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 9 April 1916

FIGURES ARE~G?h TO PROVE RECC Statements Make One < Chapters in tl American It ia very Interesting tu note that th Tunkte is thc sensation of thc drt entire history of the sale of prupri beer made a record worthy of com gained by Taniac in the 1 irst year ol Tho greatest drug firms in the cou and elated lu cold, plain figures tho r xv h oro. Tho enormous popularity of Tani ac 1B tho great, outstanding proof of its merit. No remedy of less than su perlativo quality could possibly pile up such hugo Bales record as > ;an Tan lac nor gain, as lias Taniac. the un .qualified endorsements of men and women by tho thousands who stand for tho best In tbelr various com munities. It stands ns a record eclipsing any achievement of the past. And lt be comes tho m^ro remarkable when lt ls realized that. Taniac is never sold except by ono drug firm in each city. 45,326 Bottles Sold in City of Knoxville Within Eight Monlha Tho L'aTca record of Taniac In the city of Knoxville Tonn-, positively ...

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. — 9 April 1916

EXPENDING $3,000 ON mm WORKS NEW MACHINERY IS ON WAY AND WILL BE IN STALLED TO CHANGE NAME From Superior Bottling Works to Pepsi-Cola Bottling Works Strictly Sanitary. Mr. George 13. Townsend, manugg or, yesterday announced that t;ic name cf the Superior Bottling Works would he ehanricd to the J>n?l-Coln PcttMn? W?rk?j i""1 t'wt f 1ooo non id l?c cApvndcd in enlarging iii' plant and 'ii purchasing and iiudaii ing Hie latest improved machinery., Tho now machinery and Hiippliog arc cn thc woy, and when finished tile piont will have a capacity of lt.*iO eases cf Poosl-Cola per day. It is tin; Intention of those in <:ha:?? to make this plant ono of tho be t anti most modern in the south, ulid they aiv.munce they will not spare pains oi money to mako st so. Di - tilled water will ho unod exclusively in bottling the Pep-.l-Cola, this lo le ol.fained by h tat. nu Ibo wal . r in a closed vessel to X'.n degrees Ifttto bclt, Ulna hilling all microbe:! and germs. Tito water will then be ...

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. — 9 April 1916

ADDITIONAL FACILF NOW RANK WITH BEST IN STATE BUT CONDITIONS NEED TO BE IM PROVED SUPT. HAS MADE ANNUAL REPORT On Teacher* of School System in Which He Tell? of Some Changes Which Ought to Be Made. 'MM*, fie And<.n\>n IIIKII schools rn rile w'.th Hie ?est in the south, but thal in: ny cl II !ili<,i<:i aro in s:>re need ot Im ; *e v< :ii''iits. in the nssertlon o? Mi-. K. i'. Me:'anta, superintendent el' 'ie ?Ky Killoola, lu lils annual te pe*. ' :i the teachers in the BC>-JOI j ny.'.tni which was read at tho meet in:; nf thc :c:n,.)l trustees on Friday j nfi.crn.con. This report ia of ln'cr-| es/. to every citizen of the elly, and ought ?o l,e read and studied by a!'. . ? rends as fol low?: (It svLicnien: In rendering my annual report on j tho lc ichera nf you1.* school systen, i J ilustre to proface my remarks oy a | few observations on tho schools hi genoral. Within corta in definite lim its, I am sure f nt during thc past year yow sch nols li nw? made r. gocd...

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. — 11 April 1916

V- V. ANDERSON, S. C., SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 9,1915. ._._ Wt NUMBER 232. NOIE OF DENIA ; ?HEjji?UATION UNITED STATES WILL TAKE FIRM STAND WITH GER MAN GOVERNMENT DISCLAIMER TODAY Ambassador is Expecting to Re- j ccivc Note From Berlin at Any Time. (By Associated Press) Washington, April 10.-Thc United Slates government hus determined that tile grave submarino situation cannot be cleared up by a German note denying that Germany's subma rine torpedoed the British channel steamer Sussex, and disclaiming blame for attacks on other ships. This conclusion was reached from an in vestigation by the United .States of recent, attacks on unarmed ruerchant liir-n, which developed convincing evi dence pointing to illegal submarine operations. An official announcement was made today that Ambassador Gerard would re?oive Germany's disclaimer tomor row, lt is expected that Germany's note and data from American foreign representatives on the .recent subma rine attacks will reach tho United States...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 11 April 1916

MUTT AND Jl I WiWT TO BOC?? OW P?RC "C ; yOU KftfliO , X'<A (LOCO t;0?- IT. j IN 'kLir^ffl tAN OJOp-b 'o UAW '"4 >-f~l>? I ?NO vjj VE & x% L" I ti vs&t 1 * I 1 Ik I } " , 9 * * V ! ? ^_ r^*^3? CLASSIFIED INTELLIGENCER Want Ad Rates 25 words for 25c. 1 cont por word each Insertion for more than 25-words. Three insertions of tho same ad on consecutive days for tho price ot two insertions, if paid tn ad vance. No ad less than 25 cents. WANTS WANTED-You to know that the Shad season is here. I have just received -0 lurgo Hoes und 115 lino] Ducks from fresh water. Jumbo i Roo Shad Si each; ono sizo smaller | i)0c each. Buck Shud 35 to 50c ouch. Fresh mentB of all kinds. Call 292, or come to 207 East Whit- j ner street. W. J. Muness, the .Sea food Man. WANTED-Traveling salesmen by n . CInciuati company. Salary gum-] anteen". Call at Welco, Church : street. A. J. Warren, Sales Mau- j ager. WANTED-Position by stenographer! .with 6 years experience. Can give good reference. A...

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. — 11 April 1916
Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 11 April 1916

THE INTELLIGENCER ESTABLISHER- I KOO Published every murninR exce>t Monday by The Anderson Inteliigcn ccr nt 140 West Whltner Street, An-j derson, s. c. SEM-VTE E K LY I STE LUCIE Sf CE K Published Tuesday? mid fridays L. il. O-LENX.. Editor and Manager. Entered as second-class mattet Ali.il -8. 1011, nt thc post otllcc as Anderson, South Carolina, under tb? Act of Marc!) ::. 1ST'.?. ASSOCIATED I'RESS DISPATCH KS Telephone.;5-i SUBSCRIPTION KATES DAILY Ono Yenr.$r?.00] Six Months.-'.'.M Three Months.1 One Month.i One Wooli.'.'I ML MI-IV KHK I. Y One Year.11 "-'? Six Months. Tu- intelligencer l< delivered hy r irrior in tho city. Look at tho printed label oa your paper. The datn thereon shows tvhnti tho subscription expires. Notice date iiinl label carefully, and if not correct phase notify us at once. Subscribers desiring tho address of their paper changed, will plea.-*) stato in their communication both the dd and new addresses. To insure prompt delivery, com plaints of non-d...

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. — 11 April 1916

Thankful For Relief Remedy Brought Herl Says Fruitola and Traxo Pos sesses All the Merit That is Claimed for it. After completing Hie necessary treatment, Mrs. S. S. Cole, Lampusas, Texas, was so well pleased willi the results that she wrote the Pinus lab oratories as follows: "Fruitola and Traxo arc all you claim, lt removed a quantity ot gall-stones and I feel sure it saved my life. I am well now and thankful to you for ;he great good your medicine has done me." Fruitola is a powerful lubricant for the intestinal orgnns and one dose is usually sufficient to clearly demon strate its efficacy. Ii softens the congested masses, disintegrates tho hardened particles that occasion so much suffering and expels thc accum ulated wiste to the great relief- of the patient. Following a dosa of Fruitola. Traxo should bc taken three or four times a day in order to rebuild and restore the system that has become weakenedy?nd run down from ?in stant suffering. It ls a a splendid tonic, acting on th...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 11 April 1916

S }.5o is a mighty good price to pay for a shoe or oxford if you make sure it's a Snow. In style they carry out the ideas if tlie higher priced goods; in quality they're without an equal at near their price. The above is only one of many styles in ail leathers here. "The Store icilh a Conscience" ll yBHWU Genuine Gastona l?nS^S?! Always / . ll '^uSS^j Bears the mm \^tm\?sm^?^ , B . /cv Alf mn, WOT NARCOTIC.. | ft jl 1 jr p^^^yi^^Years ^?801 Copy bf ?Nftapper. * ,w G'TAUH COM?ANT. ???onucnr. Br epa redness aga inst War Safe- I va [First" : I n 1life H ( ) U S t t h 01 cl . Y'O.u.r ' t r o ii b 1 e-s ? Av 11 1. h e . .. o v e j; . . w h e n , y.-o.ii . b u y . CALOMEL ISMMY! IT SIC^NS! ?OMsert Ul? ton? Better Tfcia CfJ^ijsfi4tt^$-&, .v ^^-^^^'?o^St ?nSSlSSl you - : " 'yrT ' ' '< ,-?J . ?wfckjtifc tba .?toro and get- your -money. Listen to mot'^Tako no mo?.?lok? ;DpW*V Liver ;Tone is defying the ??mi ssli?itin? calomel wher? billouVor '?ate of calomel' husma* H iii teal liter co...

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. — 11 April 1916
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. — 11 April 1916

AUTOMOBILS USED ANDE? BEGINNING ON TOMORROW MORNING FIVE CARRIERS WILL USE MACHINES IN DELIVERY LjETTER RECEIVED P. O. DEPARTMENT! Schedule Given for Departure and | Return of Carriers Under New De??very--Must Bc Satisfactory. I'" tiii:i I'-r Wm. Laughlin hu: re ni-.rd I tom Hur postolllce department in Washington k pe rm'salon to allow lin t urill . on run) routes HOJ. I. 2. I. 7 anil S lo servo tin ir tr?te? in an ? i ??ii' lilt H iront Sept. Hi to April ?lu IHM ;:t 8 a. m.. ami return toy 12 ni. | Kn m .May Isl to September 1"> leavi ut ll: 30 a. m.. ami ret ti rn by 10:30 a I III Klirrt i ve April 1 U. IUI?. Thc following ls a ropy of the let-' tir rocciv.cj hy Postmaster Laughlin I in rega/d to tin' a'nive: With reference to your letter of the iluto mentioned below, permission ls > hereby gi anted for the ranier on th? following rural rout?? to use the con- j veyanco specified In ? ,'i viug his route , The schedule hereinafter set forth should bc observed by the carrier w...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 12 April 1916

VOLUME III. ANDERSON. S. C, WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 12, 1916. NUMBER 83. The Rumor That Bandit Blood Poisoning Not Circles at \ NO NEWS OF VILLA AND EXACT < Last State Department R Was at Parral and H ment of Suppli? (By Associ; Washington, April 11.-Army ficials did not seem willing today t< of blood poisoning from his wound probably were put out by Villa'^frii that Villa's exact location is not k yarding General Pershing's operati days. The last state department that,he is near Parral and headed s Satisfaction is expressed over th supplies over the Mexican Northw The state department has official in Juarez and Casas Grandes is great Army aviators Dargue and Gor leported a three hundred and fifty quarters, the longest sustained fligl AUTHENTIC lUil'ORT OF. FICHT BUTWKF.X BROWN'S MEN ANO VILLA lt AND (By Associated Press.) American Headquarters tn Mexico, April ll.-Authentic details of tho fight April let between Colonel W. C. Brown's columns and tho Villa band at Aguas Calio...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 12 April 1916

MUTT AND JI CLASSIFIED INTELLIGENCER Want Ad Rates. 25 words tor 26c. 1 cent per word each Insertion for moro than 25 words. Three insertions of tho same ad oa consecutive days for the prico of two insertions, if paid in ad vance. No ad lena than 26 cents. WANTS WANTED-You to know that tho Shad Benson ls herc. I have JUE'. recolvcd 20 lorge Hoes und 115 lino Bucks from fresh water. Juiuhu Roo Shad $1 each; one ulzc smaller 90c each. Buck Shad 35 to 60c ' each. Fresh meats of nil kinds. Call 292. or come to 207 Eust Whit tier Btreei. W. J. Mnness; the iSeu food Man. WANTED--All my frlendB to *kuov that fish wero scarce last week, hut that we are assured u plenty this week, among tho lot a good supply of fl.io Jumbo Roo Sh.id, from tho Cheseapeake Buy. Also, a fine lot o! Spanish Mackerel from St. Andrews, Fla., and u plenty ot "pop-eyed" mullett. Wo still handle tho boBl oyBtcrs and fresh moats. Cull 292. Wy J. Mu ness, 207 East Whltner street. WANTED-You to know that the fin est thi...

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. — 12 April 1916

"VETERANS FIRST" IS OFFICIAL SLOGAN CONFEDERATE REUNION IN BIRMINGHAM Vtevv<of a few Birmingham Skyscrapars. where the Confederate Veterans ! ? ' meet May ts, 17 and 18. "Veterans flrst." | nlficent buildings at the Btate fall This ls tho slogan that has beon ; Grounds for tho veterans who will ac ...... . .. ,"._", "_ : cept the care and complete hospitality adopted, by the entertainment cora-. Qf the (,,ty Qf BlrlIllnBnam. The vet mittee of Birmingham. Alabama, erang wl" bo provjde(. w)tn evory con. for the forthcoming reunion of the ventanee. A commissary in charge of Confederate Veterans to bo held In exports In the several- necesEary de Birmingham May 16-17-18. The vet- partinents will be maintained. Thc erane that bared their breasts to the camp grounds are accessible by cannons' merciless fire during the late several car lines from the center of unpleasantness will bo cared for above | the city. It Is contemplated that the of all other consid?rations. Everything ac\al camp...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 12 April 1916

THE INTELLIGENCER ESTABLISHED 1HC0 . Published every morning exce.it Monday by The Anderson Intelligen- j cor ut 140 West Whltner Street, Au-i ders-on, S. C. SR XI- W E K KL Y I STE IX I GE NCE K Published Tuesday* and Fridays L. M. OLEXN. .Editor and Manager. Entered as second-class mattel Ap.ll 2K. 1914. at tue post Office at .'iiiderson, South Carolina, under the Act of March :!, 1879. ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCHES Telephone.?521 StllSt RIP TU? RATHS DAILY Ono Year.tr,.00 Six .Months.2.50 Three Months.1.-1 One Month.12 Cr.c Week.10 SK.MMVEEKI.Y Ono Year.fl .SO Six Months.7"i Too Intelligencer I* delivered by < :irrir>r In tho city. hook at the printed label ou your paper. The dat? thereon chows wh"ii tho subscription expires. Notice itnW iiiiil label carefully, and if noi correct please notify us ut once. Subscriben/ desiring tho address of their paper changed, will plcace state in their communication both the >ld :iinl new uddresr.es. To insure prompt delivery, com plaint...

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. — 12 April 1916

A Hint to "Mothers of Growing Children A rVftld Laxative at Regular Intervals Will Prevent Constipation. . A vital point upon which all schools of medicine seem to agree is that nor mal regularity of the bowels is an es sential to good health. The impor tance of this is impressed particularly on mothers of growing children. . : A very valuable remedy that should j he kept in every hume for use as oe- j casion arises is Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, a compound of simple laxa-' live herbs that has been prescribed by. Dr. W. H. Caldwell, of Monticello, lil., for moro than iwcnty-five yearn, and which can now bu obtained in any well stocked drug store for fifty cents . a bott IP. , In a recent letter to Dr. Caldwell.' Mrs. H. C. Turner, 844 Main St., Dur-1 lalo. N. V.. says. "I nought o bottle of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin for my baby. Roland Leo Turner, and lind ir. w.orks just like you.said it would, lt Is line for the stomach and bowels." Y-t .<: S'i ( , r Y ." 4 . ?. -j i KOLAMI ...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 12 April 1916

Not a Bite of Breakfast Until You Drink Water 8ays a glass of hot water and phosphate prevents illness and keeps us fit. Just as coa!, when lt bums, leaves behind a certain amount of Incom bustible material tn the form of ushes, so the food and drink taken day after day leaves in the alimentary canal a certain amount of Indigestible ma- : terlnl, which if not com.-' ?ely elimi nated from the Kystom each day, be comes food for tho millions of bac teria which infest the bowels. From thia mass of left-over waste, toxins . and ptomaln-like poisons arc formed und sucked into the blood. Men and women who can't s?'t fee!- . ing right must begin to tuke Inside ' baths. Before eating breakfast each morning drink a glass of real hot water with a teaspoonful of lime stone phosphate in lt to wusli out of tho thirty feot of bowels the previous day's accumulation of poisons and toxins and to keep the entire alimen tary canal clean, pure and fresh. Those who aro subject to sick head ache, colds, b...

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. — 12 April 1916

April 17 1 to 22 April 17 to 22 TOWNSEND LUMBER CO. 'Always After the Job" 'Phone 267 "^^aa??^B^^?^^^B ^^^^ 1 LAW Marcnas^ai E^s Mowing is Recreation "With a "Great American'" ; Perfectly machined parts-ac curatey adjusted ball-bearings insure easy running and smooth work alter years of service. Blades are automatically self - sharpening and ?tay so because made of the same steel as fine cutting tools $5.00 to $15.00 Each We sell Keen Kutter Hoes and i'akes-the besf made, and can sup ply you garden hose ahd most anything else needed in cleaning up TATE HARDWARE CO. In Cleaning Things Up rou will have occasion several times to call rp a good drug store, as vou will need FURNITURE POLISK, VARNISHES AND STAINS INSECT POWDERS, ETC., . i . And you'll want these things in a hurry. Call PANT'S DRUG STORE Thone 258 We sell ?ug-1-Cidc, thc greatest destroyer known for bcd bugs; roachesf*ants, fleas, etc. A 2Sc bottle will be sufficient to protect you for the year.- - .' . . Was a Man r J I ?...

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. — 12 April 1916

@ FACULTY F ANDERSON CONSERVATORY FO MUSIC WILL BE OR GANIZED IN NEAR FUTURE PROMINENT MAN SCHOOL OF MUSIC Dr. A. Hosken Strick Has Had Most Brilliant Career-Other Important Changes Are Announced. Hr. .Ti?liti 13. While yesterday an iiuiuiccil r v" now inciK'bera o? th-. : Amii '?ti college faculty for next lo rill the vacancies caused by rosig- j nation?. Hr. A. Hosken Strick, will lie director of tho school of music Miss Mary E. Goode for the school ol i expression, .Mrs. Kinma ll. Secure ? as head ot tho english department and iady principal. Mm. Paul W. Citaron as m?V.'on and muse and .Mr Paul W. (Jil,lion us bookkeeper. Dr. strhk's Career. Dr. White has personal knowledge of tho reputatt'on and olllclcncy ol | Prof. t? trick. His career hi? been1 brilliant, and affective'. Ile is a prac Heal success. lils present position nt director of music at Quuchita col lege. Arkadelphin, Ark., holds him (.trungly but he has consented to come to Anderson college as an opportunity to organi...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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