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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 28 April 1916

MUTT AND JEF r CLASSIFIED INTELLIGENCER Want Ad Rates 25 words for 25c, 1 cent per word each insertion tor more than 25 words. Hires insertions of tho same ad on consecutive days for the price of two Insertions, If paid in ad van' v , No ad less than 26 cents. WANTS WANTED-Two neat appearing young, single men of good charac ter', to travel with manager and solicit. Experience unnecessary. Salary and ' expenses or commission. Call at St. James Hotel 2 to 4 p. ni.', today. H. C. Looper. WANTED YOU TO KNOW-That I have Just .received 30 pair? Diamond Tires, and will sell at these prices: Diamond Puncture proof, 92,25. Tho Diamond Balley Non-Skid, fl. 75; Diamond 400 Camden, fl.f Diamond 1030, fl.10; Hunter, $1.40; The Ironclad Barcup, $2.00. Agents Smith's Motor Wheel. J. L. E. Jones,. 103 MoDuffie street. WANTED-You to know ti at the An ett thins for a happy home is a warm heart-but a good fire helps some. We want to promots the family, v happiness by sending you the makings ot a good ...

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. — 28 April 1916

Suffered For Years Then are mani' people who ?ill be interested In the experience of Mrs. Julia Byard, Fort Henton, .Mont. She writes: "I Buffered foi years with gal I-filones. A friend wrote me about Fruitola and Truxo. I sturtud taking lt and am completely cured now und feel better than I have felt for twenty years." . - Mrs. Byard'* testimony is similar to that of many ulm lute glTcu this remedy a chance to help Hiern... Fruitola ls a powerful lubricant for Hie intestinal organs, softenlug the hardened particles (lint causo so much suffering and expelling the congested waste in un easy, natural way...A single dose is usually sufficient to clearly indicate its efficacy.. .Truxo Jil o splendid tonic.??Iterativo that nets on the liver and kidneys, stimulates the flow of gastric jalees to aid digesti?n, and removes bile from the general circulation. Fruit diu. und Traxo. are prepared in the Finns laboratories ul . Monticello, I il., and arrangements have been made to supply them thro...

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 April 1916

Suffered For Years There are ninny people who villi be Interested in the experience of Mr H. Julia Byard, Fort Kenton, Mont. She writes: ? "I suffered for years with gall-stones. A friend wrote me about Frultola nnd Traxo. I start:.<d taking It and am completely cured now and feel better, than I have felt for twenty years." . . Mrs. Byard'* testimony I? similar to that of many win? luve given this remedy a chance to help them.. .Fruitola Is a powerful lubricant for tito intestinal organs, softening the hardened 'particles tlmt cause so much suffering and expelling the congested waste In un easy, natural way...A single dose ls usually sufficient to clearly Indicate its efficacy.. .Trauo lg a splendid umlc-alterntlve that acts on tlie liver and kidneys, stimulates the flow of gastric juices io aid dige.stlou, and removes bile from thc general circulation. F ru if o!? i and Traxo. are prepared In the Pinus laboratories al Monticello, I1I" and arrangements have been made to supply 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. — 28 April 1916

THE INTELLIGENCER ESTABLISHED I860 Published every morning exco.)t Monday by The Anderson Intelligent cor at 140 West WMtner Street, An-' derson, S. C. -,-i SE3II.WEEKLY INTELLIGENCER Published Tuesdays and Fridays L. M. GLENN..Editor and Manager. Entered as second-class matte! Ap-ll 28, 1014, at thc post office Ut Anderson, South Carolins, under the Act of March 3, 1879. ASSOCIATED FR ESS DISPATCHES Telephone.321 Sl'USCMFTHtt HATES DAILY Ono Year...tb OP Six Months...%.SO Three Months ...l.-ri Oae Month.42 One Week.10 SEMIWEEKLY One Year.. .. .. .. .... .. ..fl.?*j Six Months.. .Y.'.'...'.."."> The IntelMfjocHJr it delivered Hf carrier in the city. Look at the printed label on your paper The dato thereon show.) when tho fubpcrlptlon expires. Nottco dote bud label carefully, and If not correct please nctl?y. us . at onco. SubZwilberr; dfBiring tho address of j their pupur 'i'.iangod, will plcacc state tu tjeir rniuu;.miration both tho .?ld and new addresses, To lusuro prompt doll...

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 April 1916

NOWS THE TIME TO GET THAT COAT SUIT Not simply because we are selling them at ONE THIRD OFF original prices, but they are the newest up-to the-minute models, su perbly tailored and fin ished, made of line serges, poplins, gabar dines and shepherd checks, in the snappy, flared, rippled, belted or plain tailored effects, and come in all the most wanted colois and sizes. Come in and see any how-it won't cost you a cent. We are 'al ways glad to show you. NEW WHITE SKIRTS We have a beautiful showing of pretty New White Wash Skirts, prices Tanging from $ I.So to $6,00. NEW MILLINERY Every day adds something new in this department. 'It is abloom just now with everything new in midsummer Millinery, including the latest creations in White. 1 * And we are still selling all colored hats-late spring and Summer models-at liberal reductions. MRS. B. GRAVES BOYD West Side Square .Sole Agency FROLASET CORSETS. They Lace in Front. $ ? V ' h-lf. t. i'.- n ci J? ,\ .; i. \ *? i\ N gi Vv. 2- =! ..'? \1...

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 April 1916

Candidates Gards FOR CONGRESS I am a candidato for Congress from the Third Congressional District, sub ject to the rules ot the Democratic Primary. A. H. DAGNALL. I am a candidate for congress from the Third Congressional district, sub ject to the rules of the Democratic Primary. JNO. A. HORTON. X announce myself a candidato for congress from tho Third District. I will abide the rules, regulations nnd results of thc Democratic Primary. HENRY C. TILLMAN. FOR SOLICITOR I am a candidate for Solicitor of tho Tenth Circuit, subject to the rules of tho democratic party. LEON L. RICE. I hereby announce myself a candi date for tho office of solicitor of thc Tenth Jualciai circuit, subject to the rulos and regulations of tho Demo cratic primary. KURTZ P SMITH. I hareby announce myself a can didate for solicitor of tho tenth Ju di erial-circuit,'' subject to tho uctlon of tho Democratic party in tho en suing primary election. J. R. EARLE. ' FOR SUPERVISOR I hereby announce myself as a candida...

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. — 28 April 1916

City Candidates' Cards FOR MAYOR .'hereby announcemyself a candi date for re-election aa mayor ot the City of Anderson, subject to tho rules of tho democratic primary election. 3. H. GODFREY. I hereby announce myself a candi date for Mayor'for tho City of Ander son, subject to tlie rule? of the demo cratic primary : elect ion. ' ; frADE A. SANDERS. FOR ALDERMAN, WARD 1 j hereby announce myBolf as candi date for alderman from Ward 1, sub ject tu rules Of tho city democratic primary election. . W. E. ATKINSON. I hereby announce myself : . a candidate for Alderman from Ward 1, subject to tho rules of the democratic primary duello i '. C. W. McGee. FOR ALDERMAN, WARD 2 I hereby announce myself a candi date for re-elect iou as alderman from Ward 2, subject to tho rules of tho democratic primary election. . . WALTER DOBBINS. Tho friends of.A. M. McFall hereby un ?iou ncc. him as a candidate for al derman from Ward 2, subject to tho democratic city primary. FOR ALDERMAN WARD 3 I hereby ann...

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. — 28 April 1916

HUDSON SUPER-SIX - - OVERLANDS CARLOAD OF HUDSON SUPER-SIXES AND OVERLANDS ARRIVED YESTERDAY Can fit you up in any price car you desire, from a $615.00 light Four, with all the latest equipments, to a $ 1375.00 luxurious Six, Buy a car from the dealer that is best equipped to give you most efficient service, after you have purchased the car. The purchase price of an automobile is not the only item to consider, the dealer that gives you the most efficient service is what the public demands today. Cars are being sold on every curbstone, but who is equipped to take care of you after you have purchased a car? We look after no other cars but our own, and keep r specialty man for your service. We Have the Most Complete Stock of Cars in the City. Call and We Will Demonstrate To Your Satisfaction SADLER'S GARAGE EAST ORR STREET TELEPHONE 653 I & fi -+-> CD m co 5 fe o o m a g O .c? M S ? 1 *v CD CD ca fi- C? CD o o O O) fi fi o m .i-< > C^ fi c? ~> GC CO Ol Kt* PQ ^ o ?s CD ...

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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. — 29 April 1916

V- V. ANDERSON, S. C., SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 9,1915. ._._ Wt NUMBER 232. TENTATIVE OCCUPATION, PENDING ERADICATION OF VILLA EXPECTED CONFERENCE OF LEADERS BEGINS EL PASO TODAY Reported that Obregon Will Meet Americans ltH<-J Was'" in Capture Bandits (Hy Associated Press.) FA Paso. Tex", April 28.- On Mic evo of tho Ohregon-ScoLt-Funslon conference, a feeling grew, in Kl I*aso .tonight .hat the tentative American occupation* cf a part of Chihuahua, pending tho eradication of Villa oj ids by the Carranza government, would result from tho negotiations. Generals Scott und Funston arriv ed tonight, but neither would discuss their instructiont'.' Tho opinion here was based on thc attitude of Car.-ran sa ofllclals accompanying Obregon, who Intimated that Obregon is will ing to mee tho Americans "half way." It is po'nted" out that Carranza might consent to the presence of General Porshlng's columns on Mex ican Boil if.ibo actual chaso ot Villa is relinquished to thc de facto gov ernm...

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. — 29 April 1916

MUTT AND JEf Je?=P? you rAKj? TH'i POCKET, W/R^L^SS YOU Cr\r< TAP ^/yy &Tfc*\N ^OMViC^SATiOcM THIS /7" CLASSIFIED INTELLIGENCER Want Ad Rates 26 words tor 85c 1 cont per word each insertion tor more than 25 words. Three Insertions ot the same ad on consecutlye days tor the price ot two Insertions, if paid tn ad vance. No dd less than 25 cents. WANTS WANTED-Second hand oil stove two or three burners. 'Phone 200. WANTED-Two neat appearing young ?Ingle men of good charac ter to travel with manager and solicit. Experience unnecessary. Salary and expenses or commission. Call at St. James Hotel 2 to 4 p. m. today. H. C. Looper. WANTED YOU TO -KNOW-That 1 have jost received 30 paire Diamond Tires and will sell at these prices: Diamond Puncture proof, $2,25. The Diamond Bniloy Non-skid, 91.75; Diamond 400 Camden. $1.> Diamond 1930, $1.10; Hunter. 91.40; The Ironclad Barcup, $2.00. Agent* Smith's Motor Wheol. j J. L. IS. Jones, 103 Mn Du til o street. WANTED-You to know that the fi...

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. — 29 April 1916

Aro Ideal Remedy for Nursing ?ts Compound of Simple Herbs Safe $oV Baby andMothek -Vc-" ConBtlpatlon is a condition that ef fect? thc old, young and middle-aged, and most people at oho time or an other need help in regulating the action of thc bowels. Harsh cathartics and purgatives should not bo employed to relievo constipation, as their effect is only temporary while they shock tho syBtom unnecessarily.' A remedy that can be used with per fect safety for the tiniest babe and that ls equally effective for the strong est constitution is found in the Com bination of simple laxative, herbB known ns Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pep Kin and sold In drug stores every where for fifty couts ? bottle] ? This ls an Ideal household remedy and should Ira in overy famly medicino) ? best. Airs. F. I. Dursolow, 18 Leslie St., I Holyoke, Mass., wrote to Dr. Cald well, "Syrup 1'opsln certainly ls fine.' I gnvo it to my baby, Evelyn, and also took lt myself. It IB the only med?-. KVELYN BAB80L0W cine I. .ha...

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. — 29 April 1916

THE INTELLIGENCER ESTABLISHED 1660 I'ubtirthod every morning except Monday by Tho Anderson Intelligen cer at 140 Weat Wbltner Street, An derson, S. C. SEMI-WEEKLY INTELLIGENCER Published Tuesdays and Fridays L. M. GLENN..Editor and Manager. . Kn to red as second-class mattel An.ll 28, 1914r.at tho post office at Anderaon, South Carolina, under the Act bf March 3, 1879. ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCHES Telephone.321 ~ SUUSCIM'TION HATES DAILY Ono Year.55.001 Six Months.2.50 j Three Months.1.-1 One Month.42 One WeoU...10 SEMI-WEEKLY One Year.$l.r,0| Six Months.75 Tho Intelligencer la dallvercd :?y carrier In tho city. Look at tho printed label on your j paper. Tba dato thereon shows when the (ubpcrlptlon expires. Notice date j and label carefully, and if not correct] please notify us at once. Subscriber*? deair.'ng tho address of | their p?"?pcr ojanged, will pleaco state in their communication both the -dd and new addresses. To insure prompt delivery, cora r.lnints of non-delivery in tho ...

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. — 29 April 1916

City Candidates' Cards FOR MAYOR I hereby announce myself. a candi dato for re-election as mayor of the City of Anderson, subject to the rules' of thc democratic primary election. J. H. GODFREY. I hereby announce myself a candi-j dato for Mayor for tho City ot .Ander son, subject to the rules of tho demo cratic primary election. WADE A. SANDERS. FOR ALDERMAN,. WARD 1 I hereby anncunce thyself as candi- | dato for alderman from Ward 1, sub ject to rules of tho city democratic j primary election. W. E. ATKINSON. I hereby announce myself as a candidate for Alderman from Ward 1, (subject to tlie rule3 of the democratic primary^ election. : C. W. McGee. FOR ALDERMAN, WARD 2 I hereby announce-, itali e isndl-! date for re-electloa as alderman from I Ward 2, subject to the rules ot the] democratic primary, election. WALTER DOBBINS. The friends of A. M. McFall hereby anuounce him as a candidate for al derman from Ward 2, subject to the) democratic city primary. FOR ALDERMAN WARD 3 I hereby ...

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. — 29 April 1916

FIRST PERFO BIG CHAUTAUQUA OPENS WITH CONCERT BY KIL LARNEY GIRLS RAINEY BENNETT LECTURE TONIGHT Subject Will Be, "The Man Who Can"-Has Big Reputation us Great Speaker and En tertainer. With Hie bi); ail Vail ? .tit" nf MM i-i. i tickets, everything iiui'it* ci I'm-'ty crowds ut Hi- ( haut tu im*, v* ::C> ripens (his aft-.-, nouii .ii u t loch ?>. a grand cancer- given hy lue Killarney Ulric- in a highly en Kilalnlng progrnni "f song ??mi hi.ir; Ufering the I.ll arney i'.?r): IH ui'd tu ba like '.uking .1 iriji tlii <n gil leland. Tit" Killarney di" a, . x charming young ladle;. wi'l ; .usent ii progr-.'U ty;.kal of I rt Io '..d and Irish life, r'.iik ?on,; und ballad? which spr-ii^ r.'om lb. people un- found in abundance in Ireland. Many of these III?vc been arranged especially for the Killar ney 0*T1H. A number of original piece? huvo been written. AH a re Milt tho program tlu?y will render is distinctively artistic. Bvcry mem ber of ibo company in a splendid singer. .? M...

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. — 29 April 1916

FIRST PERFO AT 3 THIS BIG CHAUTAUQUA OPENS W?TH CONCERT BY KIL LARNEY GIRLS RAINEY BENNETT LECTURE TONIGHT Subject Will Be, "The Man Who Can"-Has Big Reputation us Great Speaker and En tertainer. Villi Hie ailvan ' Kal?' >'f i'd ! i. i tickets, everything points ea iii. iv crowds lit tits t hatti ni pw., ?h'ch ripean tills uFiuouii .it o'clock ty a grand concer*. given by in- killarney Cirlf in a highly en nrir.lning program of song and h?.?r; . Hearing tho Lil arney f?irH .ti sahl tb be Uki. mki'tg .1 trip tb 101, gb leeland. Tin? Killarney tir- B, nix ('harming young latia- . wi.'I present a progr-.tu typical of In la;.(I ami Irish life, Kalk son;;'? o ti'! ballade whlcli spri?? r.*oin th. people are fonml In abundance In Ireland. Many of these hu ve been arranged especially Tor tho Killar ney Ourla. A number of original pieces have been written. As a rc ?ult the program they will render ls distinctively ur list lc. Every mem be:' of tito company bi a splendid vilifier. ?. i Mi...

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. — 30 April 1916

V- V. ANDERSON, S. C., SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 9,1915. ._._ Wt NUMBER 232. IS CERTAIN DEAD AND TO FIND HIS Colonel Carlos Carranza Wires Confirmation of J Bandit's End and Says He Hopes to Locate Remains in a Few Days. TELEGRAM LAID BEFORE MEETING OF LEADERS HELM AT EL PASO Obregon Insistent on Withdrawal of Troops, but is Warned.if This is Continued the Conference Wlil End in a Deadlock. (By Associated Press.) El Paso, April 29.-A telegram received by the Mexican Consul Garcia tonight from Colonel Carlos Carranza, purporting to confirm the reported death of Villa, is understood to have been laid before the Scott-Funston-Obregon conference, which begun here at five o'clock today. The telegram, which came from Ousihuiriachic, said that while. Colonel Carranza has been unable to find Villa's body he es tablished beyond a doubt that the bandit leader is dead and hoped to recover the body in a few days. The initial meeting of the Scott-Funston-Obregon conference lasted two hours, and ...

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. — 30 April 1916

: DEAD ANI TO FIND_ Colonel Carlos Carranza Bandit's End and Say Remains in ; __ TELEGRAM LAID BEF< OF LEADE Obregon Insistent on Wit Warned if This is Con Wlil End in (By Assoc HI Paso, April 29.-A telegra Garcia tonight from Colonel Carlo the reported death of Villa, is unde Scott-Funston-Obregon conference today. The telegram, which ca while Colonel Carranza has been tablished beyond a doubt that the recover the body in a few days. The jnitial meeting of the Si lasted two hours, and while detai flicting propositions developed duri in the Mexican custom house in Ju It is understood Obregon rei American troops be withdrawn at that he was informed that the Ann icans that they are not empowere this is insisted upon th's conference then, is said to have expressed his .'halfway." While the instructions of Seci ret, it is known the following gene the United States: .Extension of-An tar as Casas Grandes; relegation i ing this northern zone; co-operatioi ican troops and granting the us...

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. — 30 April 1916

..i.'??'-!V??!? -V i VOLUME HI. ANDERSON, S. C., SUNDAY MOBING, APRIL 30, 1916. NUMBER 1Q4. CERTA DEAD ?NI TO FINIT Colonel Carlos Carranza Bandit's End and Say Remains in ? ? ... ii. TELEGRAM LAID BEF< OF LEADE Obregon Insistent on Wit Warred if This is Con Wlil End in (By Assoc EJ Paso, April 29.-A telegra Garcia tonight from Colonel Carlo tue reported death of Villa, is unde; Scott-Funston-Qbregon conference today. The telegram, which ca while Colonel Carranza has been tablished beyond a doubt t'iat the 1 recover the body in. a few Jays. The /initial meeting of the S. lasted two hours, and while detai Hiding propositions developed duri in the Mexican custom house in Ju lt is understood Obregon rei American troops be withdrawn at that he was informed that the Ame icans that they are not empowers this is insisted upon the conference then, is said to have expressed his "half way." Y . While the instructions of Seci ret, it is known the following.gene the United States: Extension ...

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. — 30 April 1916

CLASSIFIED INTELLIGENCER Want Ad Rates 25 words for 26o. 1 cant por word each insertion for more than 25 words. Three insertions of tho same ad on consecutivo days for tho prlco ot two Insertion?, if paid in ad vance. No ad loss than 25 cants. WANTS WANTED-Help. 5 young ladies with experience in Dry Goods lines to work tn our Big Sale beginning May 4th, ending May 15th. Apply Phil Sosenberg. WANTED-Second hand oil stove two or three burners. 'Phono 200. SALESMEN to coll on grocers, con fectioners, general atores. $150 monthly and expenso?; yearly con. tract. Manager 18 S. Street, St. Louis, Mo. WANTED-Help. 5 young ladies with experience in Dry Goods lines to work in our Big Sale beginning May 4th, ending May 15th. Apply Phil Rosen berg. WANTED YOU TO KNOW-That I have.Just received 30 pair? Diamond Tir?s and will sell nt those prices: Diamond Puncturo proof, $2,25. Tho Diamond Dalley Non-Skid, fl.76; Diamond 400 Camden. $l.r Diamond 1930,'$1.10; Hunter. $1.40; The Ironclad Harenp, $...

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. — 30 April 1916

NOWS THE TIME TO GET THAT COAT SUIT Not simply because wc are ^selling them at ?NE THIRD OFF original prj?es,.Uut they arex the newest up-to the-minute mud?is, 'su perbly tailored ?nd fin ished, made of fine serges, poplins, gabar dines :? an. d shepherd checks, in the snappy, flared, rippled, belted or plain tailored el?'ecls, and come in all the most wu .ted colors and sizes.. . Come in and see 'any how-it won't cost you a cent. ' We are al ways glad to show you. NEW WHITE SKIRTS We have a beautiful showing of pretty New White Wash Skirts, prices ranging from .Sl.50 to S6.00. . NEW MILLINERY Every day adds something new in this depa-?ment. It is abloom just now with everything new in midsummer Millinery, including the latest creations in White. And we are still selling all colored hats-late spring and Summer models-at liberal reductions. 8. West Side Square Sole Agency FROLASET CORSETS, ; They Lace in Front. J. || S Hc?uiro tho prompt placlugof orderb for engraved Invi- 1 tattoos....

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