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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 13 May 1916

FROM C Messrs. John T. Burriss I Gentlemen: In view of the num< own experience Wedncad duce the risk on my rosie! with wood shingles; this!" nt your earliest convenien I cm glad to add, m know I can secure a roof sign "made in Anderson." Wishing for you thc Reduce Your Fir? by using Burriss Metal Shi BUYING RAGS, BOOKS, OLD MAGAZINES AND RUBBER TO MAKE PAPER SUPPLY Atlanta, May 12.-One publisher hay Docomo interested in the naper panic enough to join in the com mercial, mar agonist a high nows pa per markot.. Tho published is n'Ai) son Slilpp, editor of ' tho now Dar? .ton Dally "?rlhuno at Dalton, who.has Just organised' tho Oeorgla-Tonnejsco .A*aper; company whoso purpqse will .ho to ship soVerai hundred tons of paper mntorlala to northo.-n and eastern paper milln durlor the next few months. They wtll ask tho co-op eration or ovory chamber of com merce and trades body in tho two states, Tho company. w.Hl purchase old juagailfiCH, hooka, rags and rubber ns (well .an futs for Boa...

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. — 14 May 1916

V- V. ANDERSON, S. C., SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 9,1915. ._._ Wt NUMBER 232. Gentleman's Agreement Between Scott and Ob regon Having Satisfac tory Results-'U?e of Mexican Railroads Will Be Taken Up By U. S. In Protocol. Washington, ATay 13.-A standing .irmy ot two hundred and six thous and mon, capable of being expanded to two hundred and fifty four thous and in war timo, backed by a federa lized national guard reserve of four hundred' and twonty-flvo thousand thousand men, was finally agreed upon today by tho.house.and conato conferees on the army bill. ThlS will make a -poaco strength of six hundred and thirty-one thousand men.. , Tho agreement provides .' that the minimum enlisted- strength would be attained within five years. It was stipulated that at no time shall the, .total, bo less tliuti one hundred and Ix ty thousand, j Advocates of preparedness regard the conference as a vi?tory. The conference clso provides for a twen ty million dollar government nitrate plant, vocationa...

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. — 14 May 1916

CLASSIFIED INTELLIGENCER Want Ad Rates 25 words tor 25c. i 1 cent per word each laiortlon for more than 25 words. Three insertions of the samo ad on consecutivo days for the prico of two insertions, if paid in ad vance. No ad less than 26 cents. FOR SALE FOE? SALE-Puro Now Era Peas*. The great builder of thin ianda, nature's Tan lac, so to ?peak. M. W. Sloan, 'Phono 025. FOR .SALE-Or trade, ono I. H. C., 12 * * ruo pqwer gasoline engine ' mounted. Apply to R. H. Mllam, Sandy Springs, S. C. POR BALE-A lew hundred bushels .elect recleaned cud graded Fulgbum Seed Oats sixty eight cen ta bushel ?-worth moro for . feed purpose. Furroan Smith, Soedsman, Phono | m-_' *DR. SMALL has left his Komfort! Shoulder Brace and K. B. Abdom-I , in al Pelvic SuportB wjth Dr. Carter, ? . Bleck loy Building. MISCELLANEOUS FARM FOR SALE NEAR WALHAL LA,*'B. C.-Nino hundred acres, two miles of Walhalla. Six tenant bbueea, one hundred acres ot branch and creek bottom, one hun dred and twenty acres of upland...

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. — 14 May 1916

Til? now catalogue, or, Anderson collogo for tho session of IS1G-17 -will conic Crom the presaos of the Coul ter Publishing Co,, next - Mon il iy. ;l? 's a dignified' puhlicatdon' ot HO pag es without >picturo>,.'.containing. l.a convprehcdc/lve exhibit "of the schools or Instruction which will constlttrlo thc eurii'oulutu of tho Inst'tutlop. in a few wooka ii -handsome Book 'of Views will bo issued to supplement the catalogue. Three nofW <uv>art-r incuts Iwve been added, to tho curri culum o? the\eollego which aro to he under the direction ot expert in structors. Tho department of Chris tian Service, under tho. direction of Dr. John E. White and Rev. E. S. F.eaVes; the department of education, under IJror. John T. Miller and Mi??8 Ruby iilghtowur; the-department o? art. under tho direction bf Misa Jam* ieson. \ . - The ofliceru und faculty of the col loro lo now complete with 2? mom? hers, of whom 8. aro. men and IC wo men. The school of music,.under the direction of Pr...

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. — 14 May 1916

ESTABLISHED 1880 Published every morning exceotj Monday by Tho Anderson Intclllgen-| cor at 140 West Whitner Stroot, An uersuu, S. C. HKHMVEEKLY INTELLIGENCES Published Tuesdays and Fridays b, M. GLENN..Editor and Manager. Entered aa second-class matter Ap. ll 28, 1914, at tho post omeo at Anderson, South Carolina, under the Act of March 3. 1879. ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCHES Telephone..321 SUBSCRIPTION BATES DAILY One Year...16.00 G's Months.2.60 Three Months .. .. v. .. .. I.Vt One Month .. .. .... .. v.*.. .42 Ono Week..'- ... .10 SEMI-WEKKLY Ono Year.. .. ...$1.60| JJJv MnjjiJ^ji^ ! ........ . Tho Intelligencer ls dolivcred :.>' j carrier in 1 the city. Look at. tho printed label on your j paper. Tita dato thereon shows when the subscription expires. Notice date] and labul carefully, and if not correct please notify UB at once. Subscribers doair.'ng the address of I their piper changed, will pleaco state In. their communication both the <dd J: ii il new addresses! To insuro ...

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. — 14 May 1916

SPORT HATS 10 Dozen New Sport Hats in Stripes and Solid Colors Monday .......? ja; Ladies' Bungalow Dreses, Mon day....: ... . Ladles' Knit Union Suits, lace Trimmed Monday .. j............. .,V;. -...y;. Ladiep' B. and T. Brassieres, ieee Trimmed Monday. .;.v..'..;>-.'.. . Ladies' Black and Gray; Clocked Silk Hose, Monday . ...... ...... ..'1 . Ladles* Silk Boot Hose, all Colors SOc fey >.; Monday ... . .... ............ Children Fancy ToprSocks, Ooyx, Monday .... Wm ;r."itv i mm/sm i Ladies' White Skirts a-T.-/.. $1.25, $1.50, $2, $3.50, $4.00 Boys' and Girl's M Union Suits, Monday. 50c Ladies' Crepe Kimonas'. ... $1.25. $1.50. $2 and $2.50 B Brand Dresess, sizes t to'5, Monday ....... $1 and $1.-25 Are You Going A\>*ay This Summer? We are sacrificing our Coat Suits, a nice Asortment to select ? . from. ^H??GBT SPOT" ? pt?* '? . Use StonecypherV IRISH POTATO BUG KILLER . : - - ? tr f i .. . ?.. r On Your Irish Potatoes .'. t will kill the bugs and not Injpre the potat? vi...

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. — 14 May 1916

SOCIETY ? . Mra. ,1.?. B. McGregor of Columbia baa been ?pending tba past week with Mr. and Mrs. G .T. McGregor oi Greenville street. Mrs. W. L?. Trlbblo of Ilonea Path spent yesterday with frierJS here. Mrs. W. O. McKinney has been spending tho past week In Atlanta. MQHIO Recital. . Tho pupils of Mrs. G. W. Cham bers gave a recital Saturday morning at 10 o'clock nt hor studio on River street. There were 12 piano solos, ope voice and ono violin, and ell were executed with much caso and free dom, denoting talent and excellent ti ?.-tining. It has been Mrs. Cham bers custom euch year to give u big musical in Muy, this year she ls giv ing tin-ill in groups, or series, with . s T : i 1 . of vnrlous grades in each group. Yesterday morning tho fol lowing young people took part. Program. * Violin solo-."Twilight"-Herbort Felton. Piuno solo-Louise Lyons. "Piano Solo-Lila Sullivan. Piano eolo-Dorthy Chambers. Plano solo-Jennie Orneo Wlglng ton. i ?Piano solo-Annlo May "Williford. .'.'Plano B...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 14 May 1916

I ?555555SI55 ^ OUR ANNUAL COST SALE] K^^g ? Opens MondayvMay 15, ' WK ff ' \ To quickly reduce our stock, COST PRICES-commencing at 9:30 A. M., PB^R // _Jgjj Monday morning-will prevail throughout our showing of ^^m?B? Coat Suits, Dresses, Millinery, Waists, Wash Dresse^ | ^^^'^^ . Lingerie, Neckwear, Gloves, Etc. ^-s. ta For Ten Days (^^1/ An opportunity to provide yourself with the best in this summer's needs everything that women wear-and of the newest styles at a great saving. Strictly Cash During Sale No Exchanges SEE OUR OTHER AD, ON PAGE THREE --P**>B >1 , ?HI A- : ?? .. ' ? 1 4 h . :=?.. 'F ..-c.,? . . .. .;; ;. MRS,' JOKES SAYS "I HAVE BEEN HELPED IN SUCH A r?i,V-. . .:-.V'.! I WONDERFUL WAY.* TAKING FOURTH BOTTLE Say? Her Hea* Hurt Her For Two Year? B?f ore Taking Tanlac -Other Illa Relievedl Atso "Tanlac -is tao finest tonic in the wur|d," waa. <sh? emphatic statement of,Mrs. J. A. Jone?. pro'prJetre8B"of a boarding house 'at 1015' Assembly street, 'Columbia, li...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 14 May 1916

IMPOF Has ben chartered am Q. FRANK . JOHN 'PHONE 209. OPEN AUTOMOBILE DISPLAY-SALE ROOM Messrs. Sloan Meeting With Suc cess in Automobile Bua ncss in Anderson Mcartr?. l>. P. Slonn i.nd VV. IV Sloan, who hnvo tim ngencvy for thc ' Crow Klk-llait automobile, will open I a ii splay ami sales room in tho build in:: \'u. 12.1 Wost Karlo street form erly occupied hy tho Coca-Cola Mot tling company. For thc past few ?lays vmrk han been in prwrcsa hiv ing tho interior or the building and Ibo fruit completely remodeled. The Interior Is heing painte.l and will prc nent a very pleading appearance. in addition' to having n display room, Messrs. Shun will koop a sup ply of Crow KIk-llnrt fix'.urc.n and acrcBsorlert.' They nt ate that several cars have hoon t/old and that they expect lo multo deliveries within the next few days, Just as soon as a car load of cars which they have order ed arrives. FIRST HAI'TIST S. H. OHBKRVK MOTHER'S I>A\ The Sunday school of .tho First l?afptlst. church ...

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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. — 16 May 1916

VOLUME UL OH ? ? ? . ANDERSON, 3. C, TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 16,1916. hiniurrtri? NEW D. S. NOTE ITA I a Rina s IIS LMbUttt WILL SHARPLY INSIST UPON] MODIFICATIONS OF TREAT MENT ?V?AILS NATION'S POSITION Haste By United States Would Ap pear That U. S. Acting At Behest of Germany (By Associated 'Press.) Washington, May 15.-Negotiations with Great Britain regarding inter ference with mails and interruptions of neutral trade will ho resumod. shortly. , A .noto. : insisting sharply upon modifications of the treatment) of mnlls is already being prepared. A 'reply to the latest' british note on I neutral trade interruptions will be begun in tho , near future. Great [ Brituln'B reply is considered unsat isfactory to President Wilson. J; . The United States' new demand, it is said, will be more decided in its language than the first. Germany's last submarino not--, by insisting that the United States take steps to force the modification of the allies block ade, made lt difficult for' the Unite...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 16 May 1916

MUTT AND J?1 1 Lt i vu r CLASSIFIED INTELLIGENCER Want Ad Rates 26 words for 25c, 1 cent per word each insertion for more than 25 words. Taree insertions of the same &d on consecutivo days for the prlco of two Insertions, lt paid In el van co. . No ad less than 25 cents. FOR SALE POU SALE-Oats, hay, Como dry land ftweot feed, Como hen and chick feed, cotton 3ced meal und Hatless hulls, wholcuale and re tail.. Stock on hand at all HUIOB. KOO bushels Lookout Mountain seed Irish' potatoes and 400,000 Nanch .Hall and Cawtnwba yam potato ttjl'ps-T-our own bedding-at 11.50 per * thousand. Martin Coal & Wood CO. FOfii SALE- Puro New Era Peas. 'Tho- great -builder or thin lands, nature's Tanlac, so to speak. M. W. Sloan. 'Phone C25. FOR .SALE-Or trade, onto I. Ii. C., 12 horse' powor gasoline engine mounted. Apply to lt. lt. Mllam, Sandy Springs, 8. C. POA SALB-A tow hundred bushels select recleaned and graded Fulghum Seed Gats/sixty eight cents bushel '-worth more . for feed purpos...

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. — 16 May 1916

ANDERSON " ATHEATRE MUpifili, Continuing Tuesday? and. Wedtscsdayv 2:30 and 0:30 P. M Earth's Mightiest Spectacle D.W.Griffnth's 'Z1 Thc Clansman Nights, 50c, $1, $150, $2. Matinees, 25c, 50c, 75c, $1 SEATS NOW SELLING AT .BOX 0FTICE No Tickets Laid Away Unless Paid For. SUMMER SCHOOL WINTHROP COLLEGE ROCK HILL, SOUTH CAROLINA * -Jure 13 ^?1^21;'.?9lj5.!> NOTED EDUCATORS'-Sonic of the most famous educators, of the United States will givo a series of lectures-professors McMurray and Thorndike of Columbia- University, New Yorky Commlsloner Kendall of New Jersey, on cx-PreBident of the National Education . Association, Editor of ibo Journal of Education, President of the Story Teller's League, General Secretary of 'tho Religious Educa tion Association,-ead many others. . . COURSE OF. 8TUDY-Full Courses of study will 'be provided to meet the nocilii c: ii) Superintendent? and Principals, (2) High School Teachers;-(3) Primary and Grade Teachers (4) Rural School Teachers and (5)'thoBo ...

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. — 16 May 1916

THE INTELLIGENCER ESTABLISHED 1800 Published every morning execjt j Monday by Tho Andcnion Intelligent cor at HO West Whittier Street, Au-| ..orson, S. C. ~HEM I-WUK H LY IftTELLlGE SCB R Published Tuesday* aud Fridays L. M. GLENN, .lid i tor and Manager. Entered a? second-class mattel Aii.il US. 1!?14, at tho post ofllce al AndtTBon, South Carollnn, uador th? Act of Mandi ?i, J87'J. AHSDCIATKl) PRESS DISPATCHES 'iolophouo.o2l SUB8CBIITIUN BATES DAILY Ono Year.jr..00j Six Montlm.2.r?0 I Th roo Mon Ibu.I.?5 One Monlb.4'J Ono Weok.10 SEMI-WEEKLY Ono Year.fl.r.Oj blx Months...7r Tho ?nt?Migcncor ?elivered ?*y tarrier in Hie city. Look at tho printed label on your paper. The dato thereon ohowo when the subscription expiren. Notice date I und Inbel carefully, and if not correct plea:.o notify us at once, Subacrlberi" desiring tho address of their piper >:'r...r -?d, will plcace Bitte In thflr cpmtuui .f'ou both tho -dd and new addresaea. To insure prompt delivery, coin ilalnts of non-...

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. — 16 May 1916

**TpH E mosUmportant feature of a farm power engine today is the fuel it uses. 1 . That, more than anything else, determines- % its usefulness and* economy. ? At present prices of gasoline and .kerosene, you sw. could not afford to accept a gasoline engine as a gift, if you had to use it. : You could bettet afford to pay a big premium for a Mogul kerosene engine. See the Mogul work on kerosene. Ask your dealer to show you the difference in fuel cost between a Mogul in any size from 1 to 50-H. P., and a gasoline engine of the same size. The figures will surprise you. Internationa! Harvester Company of America (lotorpsrateJ) . ' ; ' . .- ..( . . ? ? Mogul kerosene ermines iure uold bv \ .' ,'. ?.:'[(?.: .', . : ? \ \'/\ \ "J? ? -. Anderson Hardware Co, L Anderson, S. C. YOUR SHIRT STARCHED RIGHT You uro particular about tho starching ot your shirts. :;B?i.' you ''couldn't 'bo more particular about it than we are. Wo starch every shirt in just the places where lt should be starch ed, a...

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. — 16 May 1916

E gill jffi f jTfflWjt} ? .^'or Ufante and Chilton. ?^^^^B Mothers Know That pSrSoT.-srariT^ Always t [fil _^!T-Sl^jiidif?r^ *"ea?S T? //?'*u Kf?: TicSsand?csi.(k,utato?g| Qf g U |J* W?; . Oniu?ii.WorpiruiRiioriiiBfic?. i Ul fiL\laJr NOT NARCOTIC. H ? AV :Kli I f^^fe?. I 1 lok Jr $ sa ? '^??k^nlV^ Cor livor lip jac5^i???0^ I "??I ll ^slSeJ Thirty Years j Exact Copy of Wrapper. THC et ?TAU? couran*, mw YOHO err?, h i m m -4 'A 4- ? 'S V IT ?n? : V? * m a M < m ?if i Second-hand Ford Touring Car. . .. :,<( I I S o< >f I?>.). '. TODD AUTO SHOP. North Main Street. ?i? Aile? Four Years of EHfSOurag?ag 1 had gotten so weak ! could hot steno, cidiHofis Mrs BoHnrlc Cava and I gave up In despair. . ^^^.^^..^w^ . . Atisst,<my*husband got m* a botte oS ? Up IQ Despair* Husb?tlJ . Cardul the woman's tonic, asd I com? I Cast tflt paTTTti minced toking lt. From the very first ^ -T- ^ ?g,, B0W waUt two otiles wttbout iii ?Calron, Ky.-In anMatereWIng letter thing mevaad sw doing t...

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. — 16 May 1916

sfTS?s ?t nu UH I do no t VSi ? ?. ? . ' stomata. I au? ?UMS ?wdit?oc"7 CB??i??r?4 Tads Mtrk U. S. P?tcnt Ofiw) fSgff.""" p<mghs, Colds, ; -N. X Stomach Troubles and Catarrh Relieved. >No .Remedy can Compete with Perrina The Ready-ta.? tal*? N IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT TO FARMERS THE ANDERSON MUTU?L HAIL 1# vSURANCE COMPANY has been chartered and fully organized for the MUTUAL pro tection against. Hail to growing crops in Anderson county-and are pepared to write HAIL INSURANCE NOW. For full infor mation apply to JOHNSON & MARSHALL Q. Frank Johnson, Phone 209 Sole Agents E. A. Marshall Phone 90 #4 TravelerV Checks When you take yourtrip this summer be sure and supply yourself with K. N* & K. Traveler's Checke. , Cashed every where; jour signature is your iden tification; if lost no one ese can get them cashed; and the cost is very small. K. N: and K.-Traveler's Checks ave for sale at J PeoplestBi?k i<rf At^ef?o^ Wi CALOMEL IS MERCURY! IT SICKENS! ACTS ON LIVER LIKE DYNA...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 16 May 1916

MOORE-WILSC Wei The ? This Great SOAP SAL EXTRAORDINARY Introducing a new high-c let Soap, regular 25c vah 10c THREE CAKKES FO! THE GI In order lo thorough!' Soap, thc Royal Soap co class and most dependa!)! the greatest soap bargain make one of the most uni for this display and opp We consider ourselves 1 agency for Royal Cut ?ck able to give the people of Srade Toilet Soap at posi! quality, DON'T FORGET THAT SALE STARTS WEDN DAY MORNING 10c a Cake; three Cakes f WILL AWAItD MEDALS r efero Received yesterday Prom Ital M moro by Prof. Chambers. 'Prof. G.. W, Chambers yesterday received tho medals awarded In thu ' annual Gold day exorcises, they hav ing been sent to Baltimore where they wero engraved. These medals Will bo delivered ns soon as some ot tho >boyB decide which ' medals they : desire., Thero" were 34 medals awarded in aor?o instances one boy won two modalst According to tho .iuToB,..only brio modal can; bo dollver .'. '/od to one person, and those who won two, will hav...

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. — 17 May 1916

V- V. ANDERSON, S. C., SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 9,1915. ._._ Wt NUMBER 232. O??iss ;sik Vfew Of Bord The President-Unwrit Scott and Obregojr? Haa ranza Now Understand; (By Assoch Washington, May IC-An optimistic was laid before President Wilson and Kfter a conference with General-Scott, pointed out, Carranza understands tl tension along the line is greatly reis regon entered the conference with mm of Pershing's expedition. His attitude ico City that tim expedition was really The unwritten agreement practically included the .following: ten thousand ( to police the territory around Parral ? and other districts where there are no around the Big Bend region of Texas no forces be moved from Sonora to ope Scott stated to Obregon that the Ut ico until Carranza is able to handle ti Under Special Role 4 O'Clock Fri day Fixed Fnr Final Vote ' OhMe?ture mm (By Associated Press;) .'? ' Washington-, May -IC- '".'ho adminis tration sHleplh^ bill wak taken up 'nj the house today nhder a sp?cial r...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 17 May 1916

MUTT AND JEF \7 T'v/C GOT Morned $cM?*\? To ^.AKC MOTT TH!-;K A tux o^R. TO TH?VT OCD AOOFJ? KUT AND UIGHT T/UC, G?N?H OP FlR? CRAO Be-sioe rr, iva SOCHD u^? CLASSIFIED INTELLIGENCER Want Ad Rates 2B words far "Gc. i ao?t per-word each insertion ror more than 2G worda. Tinco insertions of the same ad on consecutive days for the prlco or two lUBortlons, If paid in ad vance, ? No ad loss than 25 cents. FOR SALE FOR SALB-Oats, hay. Como dry and oweet feed, Corno hen ami . chick feed, cotton seed meal uud llntloss hulls, wholesale and re tail...- Stock on hand at nil UmoB. 300' bushels Lookout Mountain seed Irish potatoes and 400,000 Nanch ' Hall and Cawtawba yam potato til'-ps-our own bedding-at $1. GU per thousand. Alu rt in Coal & Wood Co. - FOft SALE-Pure New Era Peut?. Tho great builder of thin lauds, nature's Tarilac, so to speak. M. W. Sloan, 'Phono 025. FOR .SALE-Or trade, one I. H. C., 12 horse power .gasolina engine mounted. Apply to R. R. Milom. Sandy Springs, 8. C. FOR S...

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. — 17 May 1916

Weil Known ] Relieves Important To Dispose of Waste From thc Stomach With Regularly People frequently attribute. to fail ure of the digestive orgaus conditions I bat arc primarily due to incentivo bowels, and apply remedies that from their Very nature ar? more apt to ag gravate Utan to relive tho disorder. When ?thc boweis act regulurjy the titomach is in better simpe to perform its. ulolted tasks and can usuallyrbe depended upon. To keep tho bowels in* condition there'ls'no .-more effecr tivo remedy than the combination of simple laxative herbs known as' Dr. Caldwell's Syrup P?poiu which is sold in : drug stores for fifty cents a bot tle. ^ ... v Dr. Caldwell- has prescribed this', remedy in his ' prs-'dlcs . for ovsr . 'a' quarter jf a century and it is toduy thc standard household remedy in thousands of homes. Mr. ThoB. De Loach, with the Department of tho In terior, Office of Indian Affairs, at Washington, wrote Dr. ^Caldwell re cently that "Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin ls thc be...

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