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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 29 May 1915

The Heat Decides that it's up to you to seek relief. You can get it here in abundance in these cool Union Suits $1.00 to $2.00 We carry the celebrated "FAULTLESS" PAJAMAS in a nice assortment of styles and kinds. $1.00 to $3.50 TL. Cely Co. "Under Hotel tbJqooIg." The Neatness of the Bobby Coiffure. There ll a certain pretty primness about the Bobby coiffure, besides its suggestive ot youthfulness, to account for Its ever-growing success. This partlculsr style is developed In several a sys but all of them are, first of all, neat. In them tho hair seems to be carefully arranged and put In place to stay.in'place. One cannot Imagine lt blown about. It is, in fact, pinned down with many small pine and furth er confined with a hair hand of some sort This manner et dressing it helps the coiffure to' fulfill what is required ot lt. Of course this quality of neat ness carries with lt the Impression of refinement In this style the hair at th? sides is either cut short or dressed in such &...

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 May 1915

Something NEW Arbuckle'* Breakfast Coffee Vi 1 ?nd 3 lb Packages. 1 !b Package.35c 3 lb Package.$1.00 This l'offre has the dellrate frag nat. rich broun cop quality which ls demanded at the breakfst table. Il M a faaey, sweet coffee, especially chosen for Its milder and more agree* .ale flavor. Try a package with your next order. We are handling the choicest fresh vegetables that the markets afford and will appreciate yonr orders. J. M. McCOWN Phone 22. 211 E. Whit ncr Ht. Could You Use a little extra money to good advantage jost now? Haven't you something to sell? Do voa own something yon no j longtr tose, bot which if offered ot a bargain price would ap peal ot once to some one who does need it? / An INTELLIGENCER Want Ad wiQ turn tba trick. PHONE 321 - LOW ROUND TRIP FARES FOR SPECIAL OCCASIONS Via Piedmont & Northern To Richmond, Va. $8.85 Account U. C. V. Hennin,!. Tickets On sal? May 29th to June 2nd Inc, limited for returning June 10th, 1915. To Savannah. Ga. $9.55 Accoun...

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 May 1915

New Touches in Finishing Summer Blouses A group of three of the latest sum-1 mer blouses pictured in the illustra tion given here, shows some of the new finishing touches by which manu facturers accomplish variety in mak ing these waists. They are of pongee and crepe-de-chlne. Machine hem stitching and buttons are the features depended upon for decoration, and occasional little oddities in the cut of collar and cuffs or yoke and body give individuality to the design. At the left a plain waist of pon gee, also made in crepe, has seams set together with machine hemstitching. The long, plain sleeves are finished >\t the wrist with a hemstitched ba'..d instead of cuffs. Buttons are set on In groups and are often in red, green or black; the brightest of the green or red shades are used. At the right a dainty waist of crepe de-chlne la embroidered at each side with a flower spray in the shoulder seams, an insertion of venetian lace ls set m. Hemstitched plaits down the front elaborate ...

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. — 29 May 1915

LAST ?? CALL ! m PALMETTO TODAY "THE BURIED PAST"-Reliance. "WIFE WANTED"-American. "A BEAR AFFAIR"-Keystone. "BRONCHO BILLY"-Featuring G. M. Anderson. A Two Reel Keystone Special Comedy and a A Two Reel Western Drama, which is a Real Wild West Picture. While we are showing no Vaudeville this week, we have the best selection of pictures ever shown in An derson at the price. S PRICES Sc-lOc Bijou Theatre TODAYS PROGRAM "The Death Sign at High Noon"-Kalem. A' thrilling three part picture. "The Blood of HU Brother"-Bison. A powerful dramatic feature with Marie Wakamp end Wellington flay ter. Don't fall to see this two part feature. "The Runaway Auto"-Joker. ALL CONTEST TICKETS HONORED AT BOX OFFICE 6 BIG REELS-Sc and 10c. Good Kale -:- Universal Service Wss Suburban Market New, Clean, Sanitary, Pleasing Fresh Meats and Fish Country Produce of the very best grades only. ?h dr^sed, and cleaned perfectly without additional expense. Free and Quick Delivery Anywhere. C HAYNIE und ft. B. TUC...

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 May 1915

VOLUME IL mmm. ANDERDON S. C SUNDAY, MORNING, MAY 30, 1915. NUMBER 119. SETTLEMENT BY WARRING FACTIONS WILL BE DE MANDED BY WILSON NOTE WILL BE SENT TUESDAY Will Inform Chiefs That Condi irions Have Become ?ntoler , able to tko World. ' . . '? _? - 1^;We*5Wop, Msy 29.- The an nouncement that President Wilson wonld demand a settlement ot the Mexican problem by the warring fac tions -themselves within a short time and failing in that, would adopt some means not yet disclosed to bring about peace, aroused acute Interest in offi cial and .diplomatic quarters concern ing the United 'States' prosfpsctlce action. The president's statement will be communicated .ta the military leaders In Mexico Tuesday. According to- re liable information the statement will serosa not Ive as the Mexican situation j bas grown intolerable to fort ignora and Mexicans alike, the chiefs must arrange'for an early solution of tba problem: Officials vrah't deny thai ff the Mex ican f?oUonW fair to-compose tho sit u...

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 May 1915

To Attain Fashionable Lines care is necessary in the selec tion of your Corset! The more care you exer cise, the more you will real ize that cxcvse Fro LA ?_&y Ofronf. Jbced Oor?efa are the best Corsets for your particular figure, and will give yoii fashionable Hnes in comfort! Let our expert Corsetieres give you their personal attention ! * Mrs. B. Graves Boyd Exclusive Agent McCall Patterns Special Bargains We have a few sets of buggy harness we want to sell quick at $8*00 a set. Lots of good home made bridles at $1.50 each. Pads 15 and 20 cents each. Stage har ness, breeching, lines, etc., cheap. We manufacture and repair harness and use nothing but the best leather. We arc painting buggies every day and giving satisfaction as to price and quality of work. Let us make your buggy look like a new one. Also have a rubber tiring outfit and use only the best grade of rub ber. The celebrated Tyson & Jones buggies are arriving almost every week. If you have never used one yourse...

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 May 1915

Anderson Cash Grocery SPECIALS FOR TODAY | Another shipment of those Delicious MAJESTIC Ham jurst re- I ceived. They go fast; better order one NOW. io Price only, per pound...1?C I Home Grown String Beans, 3 pounds O C for .....?DC Fresh Tomatoes, beets, new potatoes, etc. for your Sunday dinner. SPECIAL-Tunny fish for Chicken Salad; sounds funny but testest fine: ? Try it! ICE TEA-Tell the man-"Crange Pekoe" None better for ice tea. ..* Phone Us Your Wants for Sunday! In city or country, for business or pleasure, under all conditions, the mechanical perfection, strength, light weight and simplicity of the Ford car make it the people's utility. And they average only about two cents a mile to operate and maintain. Barring- the unforseen, every retail buyer of a new Ford car between August 1914 and August 4915, will receive from $40 to $6o as a share of the Ford Motor Company's' profits'. Touring Car $490; Runabout $440; Town Car 1690; Coupelet $750; Sodas; f. o. b, Detroit with all e...

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 May 1915

THE INTELLIGENCER ESTABLISHED 1MW. Published every morning except Monday by The Anderson Intelligen cer at 140 West Whltner Street, An derson. S- C. BEMI-WEEKLY INTELLIGENCER Published Tuesdsys and Fridays Entered as second-class matter j April 28, 1914. at tho post office nt Anderson, Bouth Carolina, under thc Act of Marcb 3, 1879. ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCHES | Telephone .321 SUBSCRIPTION HATES DAILY One Year .$6.00 I Six Months . 2.50 Three Months . 1.-5 One Month.4 J One Week.10 j SEMI-WEEKLY One Yeer .$150 Six Months .76 The Intelligencer 1B delivered by carriers in the etty. Look at tho painted label ou your paper. Tho date thereon shows when i the subscription expires. Notice date on label carefully, snd If not correct | please notify UB at once. Subscribers desiring the address of I their paper changed, will please state [ In their communication both the old I and new addresses. To insure prompt delivery, com plaints of non-delivery in the city of Andeyson should bo made \o t...

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 May 1915

Atkinson's The New Drug Store Now Open The most modern in eauioment. Real j fine Prescription Work will be made a specialty here. The height of our endeavor will be to make your doctor as well as yourself feel that "if it's from Atkinsons, it's all right." And if it it is a Prescription it is in strict ac cordance with your physicians instruc tions. / We are goingto work in harmony with your Doctor, and ' between us we will see that you get the best. And, we assure you our prices will not be any higher. So why not begin today and give us a trial? If we get this, all is well. You will continue to let us serve you-we are confident of this-is the reason of this appeal to you. ? . -. \-^ \tii rx\ p 0m s . Our New Lippincot Soda Apparatus is Already Shipped and Will Be Install ed In Ten Days lh mean time, however, our Brine Freezer is making cream of the'finest quality. We can serve you now, and your reception will be incomplete without ATKINSON'S CREAM, SHUBERT OR WATER ICE. Should you ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 30 May 1915

KILL THEM-wage thc war of extermination relentlessly and thus protect your home and family from the ravages of these disease and filth bealing pests. SHEPARD'S HOUSE FLY DRIVER AND INSECT EXTERMINATOR will potilWeljr kill all flin, mosquito*, moths, gnat*, ant?, roach**, bcd bon, fica* tad .thar inaacta Hannie** to human being*, but aura death to insect* and vermin. ntOMINCNT HEALTH OFFICIALS ENDORSE AND RECOMMEND IT. at a rac*nt teat at Washington 800 rll?* war? liberated In a room 13 x M feet and ramea from a bottle of Shepard'? House Fly Driver and Insect Batermlnator were aprsyed In toe air. After a few mle ute? er er y fl* tu the room waa dead. Tba incoes* ol tb I? tart ls certified to br A. Marrar. M. !>., Supt. of Health, Washington, D. c., and CH. Popen??. Insect Investigator, 0. S. Heat, of Agri culture, w ^ You owe yourself ?nd family protection agalnit disease carrying Insects. Doe'! walt until lt ia too late. If your dealer csnnot supply you rr rite fl SHEPARD'S CHEMI...

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. — 30 May 1915

HIST! Below are Reproduced the 1 -r (By Loni!? Shearer.) Shrine la a word not very generally used in everyday life in connection with history. A shrine is a place or \ abject hallowed from its history and association. A historical shrine is.-a place or object hallowed from its history and association. . The northwestern section of this State was the home of the Cherokee Indians until lste in the eighteenth century. About 1778 General Andrew Plckens obtained lt from the Indians by the "Treaty of Hopewell." This section was made a part of the dis trict of Ninety Six. This new region Just opened up attracted settlers not only from the other sections of this State, but also from Virginia and North Carolina. On account bf tht> increase in population, and the in convenience of the courts, this dis trict wac divided, and the upper part waa called Washington district, with its county seat at Plckensvllle. In J789 Washington district was divided into two parts, the upper part was called P...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 30 May 1915

PALMETTO ALL NEXT WEEK Pictures, And Good Pictures, Too. ? MONDAY "THE COMEBACK"-Two Reel Ma jestic. "ETHEL'S DISGUISE"-Komic. THREE Other Selected Reelj. Total of SIX Big Reels. Your money back if you want it. N. B. We intend to run Vaudeville at this theatre all the time; but owing to the fact that we Could not get a REAL GOOD ONE this week, we will run pic tures only. Next Week we'U have a CRACKERJACK Vaudeville. Bijou Theatre MONDAY "The Gir) Who Had a Sour Featuring Mary Fuller and Matt Moore. This is a three reel Victor picture; and it is a splendid one. Don't fail to see it. The Fourth Reel To Be Selected Here's a Tip That 'Means Money to You We were fortunate enough to be able to purchase some Roof Paints of different grades, and in all colors at EXCEPTION ALLY LOW prices. For the next thirty days we will give our customers the benefit of our good for tune. We can and will save you anywhere from 20 per cent, to 50 per cent, in the painting of your metal roofs. NOW IS THE tim...

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. — 1 June 1915

Showers Tuesdays Wednesday fair and warmer. VOLUME IL Local Coif on.8 7-Sc ANDERSON, S. C. TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 1,1915. NUMBER 120. SECOND NOTE TO BE SENT . TO GERMANY LAST ARGUMENT FOR LEO FRANK WILL INSIST . ON DEFINITE ANSWER BY GER. . MANY MUST ACCOUNT FOR VIOLATIONS Will Leave no Doubt as to Inten tions of U. S. to Protect Citizens Right?. - LETTER FROM Washington, May 31.-President II inf* F ROAlV Wilson Intends to shape thc course or the United States in the international " crisis which has arisen so as to leave Produced by Defense-Judge In no doubt abroad of the country's pur pose not only to. speak, but If ucc- tended Recommending Clem es ?a ry to act for the cause of human- _ Hy. This was virtually determined ency Prisoner, by the president today. ^^^^^^ Germtny's avoidance of tho larger qucntlons of humanity by technical Atlanta, May, 31.-The hearing on argument on a hitherto undisputed Leo Frank's application for the corn point-tho right of searching war craft mutation ...

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. — 1 June 1915

The Bell Telephone Builds Business George W. Perkins says: "The first requisite for doing business is to be able to get at a customer. The more cus tomers you can readily get at, the more business you can do." As it is "the mind that does business" and "the telephone give? the mind wings/' you can do more business by tele phone than in any other way, because you can reach more customers. And you reach them in a personal voice-to-voice manner, that builds business. Do You Make Full Use of the Telephone in Your Business? W? ? ? ? SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY TAKE SALTS FOR THE KIDNEYS IF YOUR BACK HURTS , We SbouM Drink Lots of Water and Eat f ess Meat, Says i Noted Authority on Kidney Disorders Recommends a Spoonful of Jad Salts In Glass of Water Before Breakfast to Stimulate Kidneys and Eliminate the Uric Acid 'Urie acid in meat ercites tho kidneys, they become overworked, cc?; sluggLOs ache, and feel like lumps of lead. Thc urine Lecorucs cloudy, the bladder is irr...

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. — 1 June 1915

never know Discuit until you t2-;te Fiinehie Biscuit made 1 X after my recipe. You never know how light and airy and zestful fcjscuit can be until ycu use the nev/ leavening, I Pri?icine PURE PHOSPHATE Bakin?Fowder "But Princine it not only lor bi?ci-it making -J .?peak ol Fiinciue Biscuit merely because biscuit-making i* the Uti cf a lever.. Princine frill make your favorite cake or bread recipe surpass inch lt Guffs the dough to delightful lightness and delicacy. And lt never fails. Try it in your next baking. And remembfTthat it is endoised by Prof. Lewis II. Allyn of Westfield. Mas?., and Alfred \V. MtCann, lood expert of New York. Pilncinc come? lc hiMied ;up?-???? ip o,i?n, ili-tigM when dotti. H lb. 15:; 1 lb. 30c. UntuS I u-ni Sbiiiltg foup.i.ii in eveir cup. tl rou cin'l eel Pilr.cine at ?cul ercctr't trr.d Iii? n?ire ?nd ICCtWc a 2 ox. ?:rople lice, or tend li- 'ti H Ik. i LP. Dcu'C toilet to ii? lol "Min ftmcicc Bitcuil Recipe." Zoe* for rte Prittctat ShtIf at Your Grocer...

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. — 1 June 1915

THE INTELLIGENCER ESTABLISH*:!) ls (JO. Published every morning except Monday by The Anderdon Intelligen cer at 140 West Whitner Street, An derson, 3. C. SEMI-WEEKLY INTELLIGENCER Published Tuesdays and Fridays Entered as second-class matter April 28, 1914, at the post office at Anderson, South Carolina, under the Act of March 3, 1879. ASSOCIATED PRES8 DISPATCHES Telephone .321 SUBSCRIPTION BATES DAILY One Year .S6.00 Six Months . 2.50 Three Months . 1.2S One Month .42 One Week .10 SEMI-WEEKLY One Year ._$1.50 Six Months .75 The Intelligencer is delivered by carriers in the city. Look at the printed label on your paper. The date thereon shows when the subscription expires. Notice date on label carefully, and if not correct please notify us at once. Subscribers desiring thc sddress of their paper changed, will please state In their communication both the old and new. addresses. To Insure prompt dellrory, com plaints of non-delivery in the city of Anderson should be made to the Circul...

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. — 1 June 1915

PLAY BALL WITH BASE BALL GOODS THE KIND THAT MAKE FAMOUS PLAYERS REACH GOODS! ARE FULLY WARRANTED. THEY ARE THE BEST THAT CAN BE BOUGHT. ANY ARTICLE IN THE LINE THAT PROVES DEFECTIVE WILL BE REPLACED. SULLIVAN HARDWARE CO. Anderson, Greenville, Belton. Anderson >Cash Grocery SPECIALS FOR TODAY Another shipment of those Delicious MAJESTIC Ham jurst re ceived. Theylgo fast; better order one NOW. i O Price only, per pound.1.0C Home Grown String Beans, 3 pounds Ot%*? for .. ..eWeJC I Fresh Tomatoes, "beets, new potatoes, etc. for your Sunday dinner. .: SPECIAL--Tunny 'fish' for\Chicken Salad; sounds funny but testesv fine. Try it I ICE TEA-Tell the man-"Orange Pekoe" None better for ' ice tea. Pholis Us Your Wants for Sunday! fUNNV, YOU HAVEN T HEARD Of THIS SALE t R.W. TribWe's FIRE SALE Mist? Equipped te Make Mere Coles Ie a Der. To provide Ingots for making one cent apd five-cent pieces, which aro being coined in larger quantities every year, a new casting machine that tums out in...

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. — 1 June 1915

^^jfSS? RIDER AGENTS WANTED (/ IB ?X. 11? EACH TOWN anddiitricttoridoandcxhibltagsuipl? LaU-aiMode \A _tJJJ Hvc% R?nf?r"lil<:y?;li'fanii..li(<lby iii. (;urIil(JirAif?'iiti;<viTyv?h<'r<>ari >J| /?r^St l.l^yuial Iny money fa?t. II rite for 'nil partirular?tirut*i>eclal D') tr nt once I 9fltkXi B/Vii\ "? MORBV REQUIRED i. nt 11 y ou ri eel ve and approve your bicycle / #V ISSI IB/ AV w<" h,'li> to ?nu""' anywhere III UK- I'. S. ? iC/im/' tl tr ul tleixisU lr / #1 ?IU V/VI a<lvi,ii.-. .T/rr/?ii//r//T;71i.oi!(lall(.wTErlOAY8'FREET??ALUurlm / l\ IB Qi H IJlM wbi' li tiuieyou nifty rliliithebleyeln mid put lt to nu y test you vlsh / Vf /Wi ll ffi?AM ,r you nrv l*'rfeotly satliliedor do not wl.,ti to keeptin- bb / fi VIM ll I ?MB c>'c'1' *nlu lt back tu UM atonrexpciise and i/?it ui/l not be ou/oiiccrnr I ; * *' IMa ? ltIhM? CAPTODV BCIPCC w<> f'if'iWi th.- bindest ?rradu bicycles lt !. I \ 8AJHMI IVSfci'?Mm''1** ' ? ?"?**..? ponslblc to make at <...

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. — 1 June 1915

Thii May Bridesmaid's Gown of Revenge. ?i My dear Jeanne: I know thia piet nre will give you a shock. 1 know you expected1 to Bee me in a gown one ornamented with orange blos soms. But another wore that. I was only a bridesmaid. Let me shock you again by telling you that I wore this at George Bron son's -wedding. When I wrote you some months afo that I was to be Mrs. Bronson \ was very happy. I believed every word of it. I was Bure George was in love with me. I am qui'a certain he is still In love with rac despite the fact that he is on his honeymoon with another. My Gown was a dream. It was Absinthe, a rather sickly looking green In the piece, S3 a most beauti ful shade when gracefully draped and combined with a ~ harmonizing shade. The frock waa puffed and with cromo lacci Thc Blo.ives were formed of thc draped lace, and butoer flica of tulle perched saucily on each shoulder. With this I wore a leghorn hat. trimmed with pink roses, an ostrich plume.; and veiled wleh levers of pink...

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. — 1 June 1915

Every well dressed woman selects her corset with care TtbRvsel Fr? Lc\ Say ; tfront\j(hced Corsets Th? Corset for fastidcous Femininity. Come in and be fitted. Several Style?-$3.50 to $12.00 ....... \ , Mrs. B. Graves Boyd Exclusive Agent McCall Patterns ED V. PRICE & COMPANY CHICAGO, U. S. A. May 20, 1915. T. L. Cely, Co. Anderson, S. Car. Gentlemen: Following the custom pursued by us for many years, we Vish our old customers, as well as our new, to return any coat made by us during the past season In which the lining has not given satisfactory wear or the fronts have not held their shape. We will be pleased to re-line the garments and put in new fronts, or if this cannot be done, make a new coat free of charge. Very truly yours, E. V. Price & Co. SEL-RL. Largest Tailor* le the World of Wood Made to Order Clothes 4,500 TONS OF.RAILS, 7,000 FREIGHT' CARS, 18 ENGINES BOUGHT The New York Central Lines have thus contributed to the Buy-It-Now propaganda-setting millions of dol l...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
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