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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 8 June 1916

THE INTELLIGENCER ESTABLISHED 18C0 Published every ino min JJ except Monday by The Auder/ion Intelligen cer at 140 WflBt Wbitnor Street, AM demon, 8. O. SEMLWEEKLY INTELLIGENCER Published Tuesdays and Fridays L>" M. GLENN..Editor and Manager. Entered aa second-class mattel Anvil 28, 1914, at tho ppsj. ofDoo al Anderson, South Carolin:-, uvk-r whs Act of March 3, 1870. i;'..'? ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCHES Telei:.one... ... ..321 SURSCWP?ION??B??TOS DAILY . One YeBr... ..16.00 Six Months,, f.., :?(,. 2.50 Three Months .....I.'?9 Oao Month. .. .... .42 One Week. ?.10 SEMI-WEEKLY One Year... ..SI.M Six Months... .75 The Intelligencer is dolivered by carrier in the city. Look et the printed label on your paper. The date thereon shows when tbs cubroriptlon expires. N:<tlco dato ti nd label caro; tilly, and If not corveut p'ease notify us nt on co. Bubncribor? desiring; the address ot their 'paper changed, will pleaoo state in thoir communication both tho >>ld abd new addresses....

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. — 8 June 1916

118 Receive B. S. Degree A t Clemson Most Successful .Commencement Exercises in History of In? V stitdtton -Come to Close ? -a. in i <y, , Clemson College, June 7l-The most'- largely attended and tho must delightful, commencement. evor. bold at Clemson closed yesterday when l'l8 received' diplomas, conferring1- tho B; S. Degree. Thu waa the largest .graduating class ever sent out from Clemson j , The Norris medal;' found ed by tho Jato Col. D. k Norris; a ^llfe' trtisfefr/oi ClehiB?u,' lo be award ed by the inost '.meritorious student in eac.v graduating class was won "by D. H. Banks of Calhoun county, a son of ' Senator j. ; ?. JB?riks i A brother, D.? K. Banks.won the same distinction in 1914. Six of these me-, dala hare gone to students wltklu a radius Of twenty miles, and most ,of .tHep'.to, members of the.same, family connection'. : " ; ' ' ' '*'.:.. . ' " .^-V' The next- session wili open Septem ber is. . .;. .-.-.'. {>?;-: .;./;./ The'trulle?s "medal awarded to the beat...

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. — 8 June 1916

QUIT HEH IF YOUR KIDNEYS ACT BADLY Take Tablespoonful Of Salts If Bask Hurts or Bladder Bothers We ar? a nailbn- of moat eaters and our blood is filled with acid, nays a i ? well-known autborlty, .who warns us to a hm oontantly on guard against kidney ' trouble. - . ?, ,The kidneys do their utmost to freo I the blood of tills irritating acid, but) u'f become ive o lc from' the. overwork; they ? Rot sluggish; the: eliminative tissues clog and thus the waste is retained ' la the blood to ppison 'tho entire . system. . . . When your kidneys nche and feel li::-.) lumps of lead, and > you have ranging pains in tho back or the urine is cloudy, full of sediment, or the b.s?ac?.fe Irrit?tio, 'obligiez you, l? reek relief durlne the night; when you hr.vj: severe headaches, nervous and dlssy spells, sleeplessness, n<id 'stomach or rheumatism in bad weath er, get from your' pharmacist about four mm cen nf Jad Salts; take r. tablesporiful in a gloss of water be iforp..breakfast each morni...

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. — 8 June 1916

??ndMaies Gards .mm FOR CONGRESS I am a rtudldato for Congress from tho Third Coogre*r?onal.Dintrlct, sub . to the roles cf the D?mocratie A. H. DAGNALL.. , c I em a candidats' for coogrese from the Third CoasresBlo?al district,, sub let to tho kales of the Democratic J ?tow. JNO. A. BORTON. I announce mya?lf. a candidate for j congress from the Third District. ?Hl abide tho rnico, regulations *nd{ results of the Democratic Prifhary. HBNRt t?. TILLMAN. T?BEI> DOMINICK 18 A CA^DI-i ?ATE FOE CONSBES8 SUBJECT TO ; THE RULES OF THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY. . - FOR SOLICITOR : ? f am a candidate for Solicitor ot the j T*C th C?rO 'tit. Sublet!*. Vf? tUn trtilgg nf | tho democratic par?7. " ' LEON L. RICK. X hereby announce myselt a candi date for the office ot collei tor ot the I - Tenth-Judicial circuit, subject to the ?ri|? and -regnlstlona of the Demo-j oratio primary. _? ' KURTZ P, SMITH. ;? . I, hereby- announce myselt a can didate tor solicitor of the tenth Ju di?la! circuit,- Gubjoct ...

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. — 8 June 1916

ie E DR. W. H. FRAZER AND REV. I. E. WALLACE WILL >i MAKE PLANS HOLD MEETING HERE In First Presbyterian Church on j Tuesday Afternoon, June 4 ?-Mel on Tuesday ti, . ?i iv 1 ll At n meeting of thc Homo Mission,; committee ia Anderson TucBclay it wao decided to call a conference nt all tho cldera, deacons, Sunday school S?peti?tendcnts and pr^s.-? hore in l'?i (1 mont presbytery, to meet at thu First Presbyterian chbrch, of Ander son, Tuestlay Juno 'll, at 4 o'clock in thc afternoon. Tho. conference ?B to be in thc na ture of a social, gnt-to-gelhor meet ing; and thc purpose of it is to form ulate an aggresive and constructive policy for Prssuy? orlan Ism in this section, 'ii There will be two seEBions with a luncheon between, ftirnished by tho Haracca and '.Phtlathea classe*? of I .the First church. Some i/iominon: Speaker-* will bo brought in from nomo of tho neighboring CHICB and talks will bo made by local workers, j Tho idoa is that thoro arc ouough pf automobiles in overy con...

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. — 9 June 1916

V. ..".V-.Xy,"'- V^!"??! '..WVK.;?. .-. ?. . - --.V v;..v.,. ?.'>.. ? : . > , IVvX-v-i : . ". 1 !. J "^VII?^||B^^L?T" .-' "Li" . > '' ''? '??/%."'$? v: tf4*%Mk? % v/kt?t ^$#fsSPi VOLUR1S5?L ANDERSON, S? G*? THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 1,1916 131 A 'Suitahle Yet Lacking Republicans Adjourned I Late in Afternoon and ! Progressives Gaye"-Up Task After Short Night ! Session - Radicals Strong for Teddy. -.- ... . . j - V (By Associated Press.) Chicago, Juno 8.-Conferences of tho committee of republicans and. progressive began a. discus, alon of pelee plain. >.t teh-thlriy tonight.; .'Senator Borah predict ed a session of more tJibn three hours. Chicago, June 8. -After strug gling more than ?jree hours to day , to prevent radical delegates from nominating Roosevelt, tho progressive convention recessed at 5:45 to eight o'clpck tonight . to. enable committees : of the?twp' .conventions tp meet in an effort to effect peace. Before - dele gates cppB?n,t?a.. to listen to ?ho conservativ...

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. — 9 June 1916

MUTT AND JE Of-=F A6A/M% ? vi/ SIFI?D INTELLIGENGER Want Ad Rates S5 words tor Kc 1 cent par word each insertion tor moro than 25 words. Three insertions,of the same ad on consecutive days for the price of two i ti uer ?ano, if paid la ad vance. Ko nd lou than 25 conta. FOR SALE POR 8ALE-A good form horso for i $85 cash ur good note until fall,1 : with interest at six per cont. Will j . ?work at wagon or plow, and' So ' ? far as wo know, nnywhore oise, j Anderson Phosphate and' Oil CO. ,, .. . , '.,i ," II.. . AUTOMOBILE FOR SALE OR TRADE --1-have on hand several flrsto lass slightly used- automobiles In good running order which I wilt soil at bargain. prices or trado for horses, "' ahd miites. I lmvo a good milch] cow for. sale. J. S.( Fowler. FOR SALE ? OR RENT-Two five room cottages. Address 638 North Fant Sfroet. FOR SALE-A lot of second' hand tin in Ai condition.. Don't walt If you need ttl as there is .great de mand. John Ti BurriBS.es Son. FOR SALE-Oats, . hay. Como dry and 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. — 9 June 1916

.i., j , . J Jtfi&w Colonial with large Buckles' ?nd ?ide Tonging and Louln ll .?! in Gray Kfd, Duli Kid. and Pattin,* ' Leather at *&50.f?>5. ii.;. , Other grades ih Pumps and Ox fords, all Styles in the different leufhera at . ,/y ?LOO tb $3.00 ?i Beat Grade Vsranda Pump, in piain White, and-white with blade j! M trimming" at. "' . . Tennis Oxfords and Shoes at 50cito *1.00 Tho.One Price Shoe ?tere We ??U Per Cash Only 0 CLOTHING FORM The Conservative' Mah'? Dignified, Durable, Snit, made from ? neat fabric is here! ' ' Form Fiting Suit, made from a live fabric and showing ev ery new (dak and curve' of fashion ta here E PALM BEACH AND KOOL KL?TH SUITS $5.00 . to $7.50 Fancy serges ' . . and Mohairs : :. m,Mm%*y; .... Hornberger5'? $20, $2XS0 /..vAnd.w?'jqan fit you to tho queen's taste, ;-tVav?ief'?Riecks' f When you take your trip this summer be sure and supply yourself with SC N. & SC Traveler's Cheeki. ..Cashed every where; .your signature ls your Iden tification...

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. — 9 June 1916

ESTABLISHED li Published every" morning excoot Monday by Tho Anderdon Intelligen cer at 140 Weat Whltnor Ut root, An derson, S. C. SEMI-WEEKLY INTELLIGENCER i\ Published Tuesdays und Fridays ht M.. GLENN..Editor and Manager. Entered as second-class mattel April 28, 1914, at the post office at Anderson. South Carolina, auder ?he Act o? March 3, 1879. j . ASSOCIATED PRESS DI8PATCHE8 Telephone. ..321 m- r SUBSCRIPTION RATES DAILY Ono Year. .. ..15.00 Six Months. 2.50 TArce Months .. . . . ..1.25 Oue Month .. .. ... .42 Ono Week.. .. .. ..'. .10 SEMI-WEEKLY Ono Yoar. .. .. ,. ..fl.KO Six Jsoniae.?r? Tho intelligencer ls delivered by carrier tn the city. Look at tho printed label cn your paper. The dato thereon shows whr-n tbs Rubt'crlptlon expires. Not ico dato and label carefully, and If not currect ?v.snap notify un at onco. j fluiiscvlbern desiring the address of their'p?pcr changed, will please utito in their communication both tho- <?ld and new addresses. Tb instiro prompt deliv...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 9 June 1916

TELLS OF'?BIlirSfl _O RECORD MRS. M. J. BEI ERS, OF GREEN. VILLE," TELLS OF H?SR SUFFERING *\MS REAL MISERABLE" I.I I Widow of Prominent Greenville Man Telia of Quick and Re- ? markable Aid. Taniac ' . V... QQV? > With hundreds of Greenville citi zens, to mention tho Greenville post OfllCE ?5 'm ur ?UK ni iiiimi mu; ur i?urO of tho many pleasant stories-stories that ware original arid entertain ing-with which Ute late M. J. BePurs ' "entertained, his multitude of. frieiis. Mr. Bolero was for eighteen (18) years clerk at the general delivery window at tho Greenville post office, said his widow Mrs. M. J- Boiers, in a highly lntorestio? story that should create wonderful impression. Mrs. Belora was'interviewed at her pleasant home at 725* Augusta, street. Generally during her life she has been a strong and vigorous woman, her . statement Indicated, but of recent months she had declined in'health; Fortunately it might' t>e considered, she was enabled to o'.mbat this rip: parant d...

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 June 1916

ALOMEL IS ??BY! IT SICKENS! ACTS ON LIVER LIKE DYNAMITE ^Sodsea's UWT.TO?O" Starts Your llvsr ? i Mn Ban Cftlose! and Doesn't. Salivate or Mako You Sick. L!d::> to n-.oi Tn!..<.? nf? moro (sick ening. Bttibfttin? calomel when.bllloua or .1 Afesis, ol tho bones, ton it come? into contact With sour, bile crashes into lt, breaking it up. This is when you feel that awful nausea and cramping. If you aro slug Slsh. end "all. knocked out," If your vcr ls torpid and < bowels constipated . oryob ;b?vo 'headache,? dfsairvMj' coated tongue, if brntlrlo baa br stomach sour juBt take, a spoonful of harmless Dod' '^.oa?s^vw Tone on- m'y guarantee.. ., Hare's my guarantee-Go to any drug atora ami cet a fit) emit bottle of Dod? son's Liv? Ton?, , Toko a ?pocnful, ton night ?nd'll lt doesn't' ntroi?ftlen yod right tip and maka you f?ol - lino and vigorous by morning 1 want you to go back to tho nt ore and get your .money, Dodson's Liver Tone in destroying the Bale-of calomel because, lt .is...

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 June 1916

FOR CONGRESS I aro tl candidate tor Congress from the Third Congr?ssioD?J District aub Jccv to the rules ot t bo Democrat to Primary, : A. H. DAGNALL. I am a candidate for congress from tb|i Third Congressional district, sub^ feet to th o rules of the. Democratic Primary. JNp. A. HORTON. I announce myself a candidato for congress from the Third District "T will abide the ruleo, regul?tlona and results of the Democratic Primary. HENRY C. TILLMAN. FRI?I> DOMINICK IS A CANDI DATE FOR CONGRESS SUBJECT TO I THE RULES OF THE DEMOCRATIC | PARTY? FOR SOLICITOR ? I am a candidato for Solicitor of the | TcSiu Circuit, subject to u>e rules at] the democratic party. LEON L. RICE. I hereby announce myself a candi date for the office of solicitor ot tho Tenth Judicial circuit subject to the rules end^ regulations ot the Demo cratic primary. KURTZ P, SMITH. I 'hereby announce myself a can-j didato for solicitor .ot the tenth ju dicial circuit subject to the action | of tad' Democratic party ...

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 June 1916

limo PLEDGES MUST OE FILED BY CANDIDATES ONE WITH COUNTY CHAIR MAN AND OTHER CLERK OF COURT EXPENSE ACCOUNT Begins When Pledge is Filed, Ac cording to Interpretation of Rule Under tho rules two pledges have! to bo filed by tho various candidates | before they begin upon their cam pa'gns in tho lognl sonso of the term, one of thcBo being with the county chairman and tho other with tho clerk of court. .1 lint when a candidate's campaign really begins ls a question that is puzzling many ami therefore they do not understand Just when they must begin to heep tab on their expense | account. Mr. C. 8*. Tolly, county chilr.unn, stated yesterday that ac . cording to thc way ho interpreted tho rules, tho pledgo witii tho clerk pt court should ho flied by tho can didate Immediately after the plodgo with tho county chairman is filed, und tho keeping of tho expenso ac count not later than that time time. Under rulo 32 adopted by tho re cent Columbia convention, candidate., for' tho various offic...

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. — 10 June 1916

V. ..".V-.Xy,"'- V^!"??! '..WVK.;?. .-. ?. . - --.V v;..v.,. ?.'>.. ? : . > , IVvX-v-i : . ". 1 !. J "^VII?^||B^^L?T" .-' "Li" . > '' ''? '??/%."'$? v: tf4*%Mk? % v/kt?t ^$#fsSPi VOLUR1S5?L ANDERSON, S? G*? THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 1,1916 131 mm i arr Roosevelt Gets Demon stration from Gallery That Lasts 41 Minutes -Hughes Made fPK* nommai Gain When Second Vote Taken (By Associated Press.) Chicago, Juno 9>-Hughes led the field on the first ballot tonight and gained mdoh strength on the second His ''followers,' confident" of his nomi?' riatlon ou u third ballot, resisted. ad journment, hilt : tho delegates; j worn out, wore glndftO aditYUUTII rbro?rroW.' This ls tho first Hmo since' 1880 that the-republicans have takon;moro than.; ono. ballot- in tito ) comlnaticn of a . presJLajftetnt...:-- candidate. Hughes' ttoosovelt" und; Fairbanks were : -i- 'oniy candidates .tuuofcg the .18" who traiuod .Votes .bu . the second -ballot.- ; According- to r' reporta Fwas?.velt took .per...

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. — 10 June 1916

MUTT AND 1EF ?T*UJl A JULIAS ii JU a >V*r< A ?X?MOCR^-nc SOR.T OF i MAN. ru (jo OViCR T0 HIM. Oer?f I^ILL er- fio&? f fi\ sn*? INTELLIGENCER Want Ad Rates 25 worda tor 23a 1. cent per word each Insertion f more than 26 words. fbrco Ins?rtloo.y of the same sd oh conaocutivo dVya for the price ot two insertions, lt paid in ad venes. No ad less than 25 cents. FOR SALE .- . .?*'?? - - - \POB SALE-A goad, form horso for $85 cash or good note until fall, with Interest at six per cont. Will ^^iii . work at wagon or , plow, and so far on wo know, anywhore else, Andorson Phosphate and Oil Co. AUTOMOBILE POR SALE OR TRADE -I have on hand several tIrate lass Slightly/used automobiles in gqbd running order which I wlR Bell at bargain priceo or trade for horses and mules. I have a. good milch cow for sale. J, S. Fowler. FOR SALE OR RENT--Two five Imfwm cottages.. Address 638 North . Fant Street. FOR SALE--Outs, hay. Corno dry I and nwoot feod, Corno hon and .. chick feed, relton seed m...

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. — 10 June 1916

e dimple RcnicdyPromotes Health By Overcoming Tendency to Corurtipr** Advunclng years Imbal? tfio action vt the vite! organs, fffl? aga 'sijqu'd lie (he period of greatest'happiness, hut good health ls nccssary, constipa tion should not bo tolerated-it ls of tan tho direct cnuso bf ilk.^alth.'; Headache, belching, bllionjuiss; bloat j drowsiness ofter c?ti?g"^-ana*' other symptoms o? constipation can be vr.cd lly rollcved by the> n?e ?qfv a- simple laxativo compound sold in drug stores under tho nanto' >,t l>. Caldwells Sy rup Pepsin. ^lr. J. H. Bristol, 1312 Gedrt??- Ave., Aon' Arbor, Mich,, who is 83 years old Bays. "Dr. Cald well's Syrup Pepsin is:the^est;Tem-; edy 1 ever lUsed for ephEUpatlbn- and' 1 always hnvo n bottle bf it in,* the house to? lise whett I feel the need of it; lt never disappoints." Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is a mild laxativo preparation, positive In ?B effects, acting easily and naturally without griping or other pain or dis-J ., : . J. ll. ?????"...

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. — 10 June 1916

THE INTELLIGENCER ESTABLISHED ISM Published every morning except Monday by TJio Anderdon Intelligen cer at 140 West Whittier Strcot, An derson, :;.<:. ^^?LWEKKLY INTELLIGENCER Published Tuesdays and Fridays L. M. GLENN..Editor and Mauager. | Entered OB second-class' mattel Ait.il 28, 1014, at tho post offlce al Anderson; South Cnroina, tudor thc Act ot March 3, 1S7U. ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCHES Telephone... ... ....... .. ..321 SUBSCRIPTION lt ATES DAILY One Year.. .. .....$5.00 mu ?lontim.,. ... ;. .. 2.rio Three Months,., .. ...l.-r? One Month ......... .. .... .42 One Week.. .. .. .. ..IO SEMI-WEEKLY Ono Year.I?.IM ?Ix Months... .76 Tho Intelligencer is delivered Dy .'carrier in the city. Look a.t the printed label on your paper. Tho dato lb o reo a ch o wi: when tho (ubrcrlptlon expires. Notlco date . ?ind-label carefully, and IC not correct p'oaso notify ns at onco. Subscriber? doslr'ng tho address of ; their piper changed, will plcaoo stito In their communication both tko -...

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. — 10 June 1916

F BACK KURTS USE SALTS F?R KIDNEYS! ra Eat LCM Meat if Kidneys"Feel Like Lead or Bladder Bothers Most folks forgot that tho kidneys, like the bowels, get sluggish-?nd clog ged and need flushing occasionally, else wo have backache and dull misery in tho kidney region, severe headaches, rh?unmt?? twinges, torpid liver, acid stomach, siseplessness and all' sorte of bladder disorders. .You simply must keep your kidneys I active ?nd clean, and the moment you j feed on ache or patt in the kidney re gion, get- about Tour I dadoes - ot Jad j Salts from any .good drug storo herc, | Uko a tablespoonful, in a glass of wa ter before, breakfast for a few days { and your kidneys will then act fine. This famous salts is made.from the| acid bf gr?pe2 . st?d ?emoa juice, fcbi bined with . lithla, and Is harmless to I flush clogged .kidneys and stimulate | them to normal activity. It also neu tralizes the acids in tho urine so lt no I longer irritates, thus, ending bladder] disorders. s , Jad Salis 1...

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. — 10 June 1916

FOR CONGRESS ' I na fl candidate tor Congross from th* Third Congressional DJ o tr Jct, sub ject tb the miss of the Democratic Primar jr. ? i A. II. DAONALL. J', 1 am a candidate for congress from the Third Congressional district, sub ject to the rules of tho-Democratic . Primary. ? .. "~ T JN07 A. HORTON. ? I announce myself a candidate for .congress ff om. tb.e.Tjbird District. I "(Will nbido.'tho ruler,.regulations and ?results of tho D?mocratieiPrimory1//. HENRY C. TILLMAN. FBKD DOMINICK IS A CANDI. DATE FOR CONGRESS SUBJECT TO THE BUXES OF THE DEMOCRATIC PABTY* FOR SOLICITOR t am a candidate for Solicitor of the Tenth Circuit, subject to tho mles of the democratic party, LEON L. RICE. . I hereby announce myself a candi da^ tor the office ot solicitor of tho Tenta Judicial circuit, subject to tho rules and .regulations of tho Demo cratic primary.- _. . .. fCUBTZ R 8MITH. ? /rn-.??-...fri"' rV I hereby, annotiuce myself a can? dldftt? Mst solicitor of tho tenu? Ju ' dl?lsv 'chrbb...

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. — 10 June 1916

m ' te Sss Possibilit ? lo! t?is Great Northwest. Entered Railroad Business In 187? end 3 i 8bon Bo carno One of tho Most Notable Financiera In All tho Country-Hit First Work Wau In . Steamship Office. James Jerome HUI, the great builder ot railroads, la sometimes Ukeaed to a lion in financ?, but-it 1B more deserip tBre'tb speak bf. bim as a Scotch-Irish man. I Of thtt strong and contentious race of Sechs who settled ia ??rt4? Ira. land and, have ever BIUCO been as peo Epled?stiuct both from the men of Scot land and from,, those of Ireland, be came to this country at an early age^ Jib has displayed tbroughout bis life the shrewdness, the wBl power, the brain power and the fighting power I that -were hts only birthright, and they. I^carried bim all the: woy from a Ca . "nadlan country cottage, to a sort; of bh?gsbip in th> railroad world, where with thousands of men under bia or ders, none over bim, and millions of others dependent more or lesa upon, .bis ably nm. lines and tho tr...

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