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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 9 July 1915

PAUL ROSS MULL BE TRIED IN FLORIDA CHARGED WITH ROBBING POSTOFFICE AT HCNEA PATH AND OTHERS GIVEN HEARING In AshyeU?e and Judge Told Him He Ought to Go to Preaching --Evidence Thickens. Asheville, N. C., July 8.-"You ought to go to preaching, Paul," waa the remark of one of the government officers at the hearing in the case of Paul Haynes, allias Paul Ross, charged with robbing the postoffice at Hones Path, S. C., when the latter was arraigned before former United States Commissioner lt. S. McCall last week. Haynes, who had taken the stand Ja bi%j>wn defense to deny he was "Brooklyn 'Slim," or a ycggman, had just completed his peroration of what might have been a sermon by declaring that "while I might have mixed up with frivolous things and rocked on thc angry waves of a sea of sin," he was entirely innocent or making any collections of Uncle Sam's uncanceled stamps. F.'acent events haye rendered it most improbable that Haynes will be able to preach from any public place, except...

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 July 1915

THE INTELLIGENCER ESTABLISHED lb?0. Published every morning except Monday by The Anderton Intelligen cer at 140 Weet Wbitner Street, An derson, S. C. SEMI-WEEKLY INTELLIGENCER Published Tuesdays and Fridays L. M. GLENN....Editor and Manager Entered aa second-class matter April 28, 1914, at the post office at Anderson, South Carolina, under the Act of March 3, 1870 ASSOCIATED- PRESS DISPATCHES Telephone.821 SUBSCRIPTION BATES DAILY One Year .16.00 Six Months .2.50 Three Months .1.26 One Month.42 One Week. .10 SEMI-WEEKLY One Year .$1.60 Six Mouths .76 The Intelligencer is delivered by carriers in tho city. Look at the printed label on your paper. Tho date thereon shows when the subscription expires. Notice dato on label carefully, and if not correct piesse notify us at once. Subscribers desiring the address ot their paper changed, will pleaae state In their communication both the old and new addresses. To insure prompt delivery, com plaints of non-delivery In the city of Anderson sho...

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. — 9 July 1915

STRAW HATS REDUCED $2.00 Straws at.$1.50 $3.00 Straws at.$2.00 $3.5o Straws at.,.$2.50 ?4.00 Straws at.$2.50 $5.00 Panamas at.$3.50 $6.00 Pai.^Tias at.$3.50 SHIRTS REDUCED $f.00 Shirts at.80c $1.50 Shirts at.$1.15 $2.00 Shirts at.$1.50 ?3.00 Silk Shirts at.$2.00 $3,50 Silk Shirts at.$2.00 All Shirts Guaranteed Fast Color. X. CELY CO. MANY ON EXCURSION Large Farly From Anderson Trip to Charleston. Took About 25 people took advantage of tho Charleston excursion yesterday morning. The train left here at 9:15 and was scheduled to arrive in Charleston at. 7 last evening. Usually these tickets are good on ly on a special train returning but this time they are good on any train up until Tuesday, July 13. This gives several days stay in the city and at the Isle of Palms where the season is now at its best. Baptist Yoong People Meeting. Oakland, Cal., July 8.-The adr vance guard of more than 2,000 Bap tists from all parts of the United States and Canada were in Oakland to attend the opening ...

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 July 1915

WE stopped in a friend's place of business the other day and he gave us a clipping with the remark that "it reminded him of our store" and "thought perhaps we could use it." Here's the clipping, read it through, it certainly is good reading: A Dollar's Worth For a Dollar No store cnn sell jon goods tiny in uu?l tiny oui ul n IOMA. Il Isn't reasonable. I'ull ?lie musk off the uieriige IturKuin offered today ami you'll lind (herc hiding something for whlrh you pin tee much and don't want. -Seconds aro not bragulns, for their aery name In dientes Inferiority. -Goods of antiquated pattern or style are not bar? KuiiiH for-even granting thal their quality be good priceless satisfaction will be larking. -Cheap, shoddy merchandise ls dear at any price. -What tben Is a Bargain! -Now and then lt menus baying good, seasonable ittertJmndlKe ut a reduction with a logical reason be hind lt. - Generally speaking, lt means getting a dollar's worth of thoroughly reliable merchandise for every dollar...

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 July 1915

Wan ANDERSON, S. C SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 1 Or 1915. NUMBER 155. _ Im irr?' IS EXPECTED HERE TODAY IS NOW BEING PUT INTO CODE FOR TRANSMIS SION TO U. S. TO 'TEACH HERE TODAY OR SUNDAY Proposals Will Be Discussed et Cabinet Meeting Tuesday-Wil son Refuses to Comment. Berlin, July 9.-Gerraanys offer, embodied in the reply to the Ameri can note regarding the sinking of tho Lusitania ar.J. submarine warfare wliich was delivered to Ambassador Gerard last night ts: First: Reiterated assurance that American ships engaged in legitimate trade won't be interfered with nor tho lives of Americana on neutral ship:; endangered. Second: German submarines will be instructed to allow American pas * sanger ships to pass freely and safe ly, Germany entertaining in return thc confident hope that (ne American government will see that these shipB don't carry contraband: such ships i?. l!lJ?r"vM.?l^?J?^'nglHRl,l^P marks .and their arrival announced nt a reasonable time in advance. The same privilege is ex...

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 July 1915

brand-n cigar ett( throat-p retty aft Camels are delightful, Turkish and choice D them better than either smoo Toba? exper are o: quali Start ci ny di Lill CAMZLS 0,1120 for M Oe. if your dr al tr can't ?apply you, mandi Oe tor on, pack' apo or St.00 for a KarninofItnpackagta ClOO ciparrttat). M nf pot tap o pr cpo i j. if mftor nmohinr ona packapo you atm not doli* ht'J with CAMEL?, wmlmwrn tko ?thor nina pockagtm mot uto will roland your dollar and pott. TAKE MY ADVICE --Mr. Sqaeegee "There are some motorists who seem to expect tire trouble-think that, like measles, you've got to bava 'om. I Prescribe DIAMOND Squeegee Tread TIRES ! ArV*/ For Sale by. Anderson Hardware Co EZL ^Thrift ?Wbo taught the busy bee te fly asaoag tue sweetest flowers? and lay Ms feast ot honey by te eat ta whiter beare! Natara teaches as thrift will yea ?ara! Pat a Jhtrt af your earning? Ia the Savings DepaxC&eat of The Baak ?? lasers sa. The bank rOU smokje tome Camel Ciga rettes, because they give a ...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 10 July 1915

The Love BY SABA M "When civilization on her luminous wlngB" sweeps over a country she brings many blessings, ano aibu many curses in her wake. The chief blessing, thc one that had brought more pleasure aud solace to the human race is literature. Htr rcli says "Literature exists to lighten the burden of men's live? to make them for a short while forget their sorrows, and their sins, their silenc ed hearts, their disappointed hopes, their grim futures." Think ot tlie magic that Ilea be tween the covers of a book. Steeped in weariness, or oppressed by care, you turn to your books, selecting one, you drop into a chair, and in a few minutes you are lost to the worid, care and weariness vanish, yqu are no longer yourself, you are not even conscious of turning tho pages. In tropic lands you aro w?lking across the white sand, and feel the beat scorch your checks, you stand be neath the stately palms, and hear the whisper of the leaves, you watch the restless waves as they uncurl murmuring ...

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 July 1915

THE INTELLIGENCER ESTABLISHED I860. Published every morning except Monday by The Anderson Intelligen cer at 140 West Wbltner Street, An derson, s. c. SEMI-WEEKLY INTELLIGENCER Published Tuesdays and Fridays L. M. GLENN_Editor and Manager Entered as second-class matter April 28, 1914, at the post office at Anderson, South Carolina, under the Act ot March 3, 1870. ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCHES Telephone .321 SUBSCRIPTION BATES DAILY One Year .$6.00 Six Months .2.60 Three Months .1.26 One Month.42 One Week. .10 SEMI-WEEKLY One Year .$1.60 Six Months .76 The Intelligencer ls delivered by carriers In the city. Look at th? tainted labol on your paper.. Tho date thereon shows when the subscription expires. Notice date on label carefully, and lt not correct please notify us at once. Subncrlbera desiring the address of their paper changed, will please state In thei? communication both the old and new addresses. To Insure prompt delivery, com plaints of non-delivery in the etty of Anderson shou...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 10 July 1915

J. M. ALEXANDER SENDS CROOK $25 Someone Wired Him From Mem phis, as Rev. M. O. Alex ander and He Sent Money. It will be interesting to know that the same crook who tried to get out of Mr. Ben Alexander of thin city, by posing in Dallas, Texas, as his brother, Rev. Milton O. Alexan der, and who successfully worked tho scheme on Mr. Dobbins, also got $25 from Mr. J. M. Alexander, superin tendent of the mills at Pelzer. Several days ago Mr. Alesander la Pelzer received a wire from Memphis, Tenn., stating that Rev. Alexander was there and needed the money. Mr. Alexander accordingly wired back $25 and paid the costs. As was stated, Mr. Dobbins wired to Dallas telling the telegraph com pany not to pay the $35 he had wir ed. His wire reached them in time and lt was not delivered. As yet there have been no arrests in Dal las. Diarrhoea Quickly Cured. "About two years ago I had a severe attack of diarrhoea which lasted for over a week," writes "W. C. Jones, Bu ford, N. D. "I became so weak t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 10 July 1915

BIJOU THEATRE TODAY "BLUE BLOOD AND YELLOW BACKS" Two Reel L-Ko. "HER OWN BLOOD" Big U Western Drama. "DONE IN WAX" Essanay Comedy. ONE OTHER SELECTED COMEDY. Palmito Thaate TODAY "THE PATHWAY FROM THE PAST" Two Reel K. B. "HASH HOUSE FRAUD" Keystone Comedy "THE WESTERN WAY" Broncho BSly, Featuring G. M. Anderson, Essanay. "THE OUTLAW'S BRIDE" Selig. THRIFT If thrift does not come natural to you, cultivate it. Realize the fact that every man who :.as a dollar put aside is a'capi talist. We earnestly urge you to open an account with this bank for any sum., Either a Checking or a Savings account, in ad dition to being convenient encourages you not to use your money except in a wise way. The prosperity you enjoy today does not guarantee yo? prosperity tomorrow. Changes in the ousiness and industrial world may later, on deprive you of your present measure of prosperity. We Pay Interest On Deposits. PEOPLES BANK OF ANDERSON THE BANK ACCOUNT ?. Is the first step towards success. Makes you...

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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. — 11 July 1915

gunara** ^ifiw. ^.^BHB^ffyWSKijEKKjfT^ffi enter VOLUME IL ANDERSON, S. C. SUNDAY MORNING, JULY tl, 1915. NUMBER 156. GERMAN REPLY CREATES GRAVE SITUATION PRESiD TO ACT AND F CHIEF EXECUTIVE TO DECIDE FUTURE RELATIONS WITH GERMA??Y NOTE THOROUGHLY UNSATISFACTORY Negotiations Are Back to Point] Created by Sinking of Lusitania -No Need for Haste. Washington, July ID.-A grave view of the situation produced by Germany's refusal to meet the de mands of the United States growing out of the sinking or tho Lusitania is taken by the officials at Washing ton. Upon the president resta the bur den of deciding the policy the United States ?rill follow. That ho is quiet ly and carefully considering the sit uation was stated at the White House arter telephone communications with the president at Cornish, New Hamp shire, and ' the . country may expect him to act with "deliberation as well as firmness" when he has examined eli the phases of the problem. Secretary Lansing withheld com ment. As soon as...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 11 July 1915

Latest Photograph of 's ^^^^^^^^^^ j -.l lr B. ~3^^B RH "? AWMm??uT^mW - . jr Junta* Spearer Morgan. This is thc very Intent photograph i ot J. P. Morgan, hoad of the largest isSH??R SICK SKIN WELL !/ you ' suffer from eczema, Itch, pimples, etc.; give Zemertne a trial. It stops the itching, allays the irritation and soon your skin ls restored to a healthy, condition. For sale by Evans' Pharmacy, Anderson; W. W, Griffin, Pelser; Horton's Pharmacy, Belton; Donald Drug.Stnr.i. Honen Path; Bu forl Griffin Co.. Wllliamston. TAKE MY ADVICE -Mr. Squeegee "Thora ?re some motorists who teem to expect tire trouble-think thai, Uko measle*, you've got to have 'em. I Prescribe S Banker Who Wa? Shot. J. P. Morgan. j bank in tbe worl?, who was abot by ' Victor, or FrankT Hort, an instructor in Cn rn ell I'M iv. ralty, iSnturday, July . a. Tho picture -was taken at New London, Juno 25, tho day Vale beat ' Harvard in tho annual boat race. Mr. J Morgan und his son, both champions of Harvard, were on...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 11 July 1915

LOCAL MILL GAMES ?MICK DEFEATED. OUR Game Played at Glaek and Score Was 7 aaa 5. The Qlack mill, baseball team de feated the Orr mil team ia the ^ Mill League ict?:u yesterday uHv? ucm ia a game played at the Gl?ck Mill, th? J score belog 7 and 5. Batteries: Gluck, Edwards, and Donald; Orr, McAllister and Kay. Riverside Defeated Anderson, The first nines of the Riverside and Anderson milla played baseball yes terday afternoon, the game being at the latter . place. The score was 10 to 4 in favor of the Riverside, mill. Batteries: Riverside, Tinsley and Croft; Anderson, Dickson and Moore. ATKINSON'S DRUG STORE The prettiest in the State -'that is the remark so fre quently made. It must be true. We know we have one of the cleanest and most sanitary Drug Stores in the State. Our Soda fountain is equipped with boiling hot water running continuously to sterilize our soda glasses, ; Did you know that?, We are cranky when it comes to clealiness-both in our Soda and Drug Depart ments. It cos...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 11 July 1915

THE INTELLIGENCER ESTABLISHED im. Publlalied every morning except I Monday by Tbe Anderson Intelilgen- I cor at 140 West Wbltner Street, An derson, S. C. SEMI-WEEKLY INTELLIGENCER Published Tuesdays and Fridays L. M. GLENN....Editor -nd Manager Entered as second-class matter April 28, 1914, at the post office at Anderson, South Carolina, under the Act ot March 8, 1879. ASSOCIATED PRE88 DISPATCHES Telephone .321 SUBSCRIPTION BATES DAILY One Year .16.00 Six Month:. . 2.60 Three Months .1.26 One Month.42 On? Week. .10 SEMI-WEEKLY One Year.$1.60 Six Months .76 The Intelligencer ls delivered by eaniera In tbs city. Look at tbs printed label on your paper. The date thereon shows when the subscription expires. Notice date I on label carefully, and If not correct j please notify us at once. Subscribers desiring the address of I their paper changed, will please state In their communication both the old | and new addresses. Td insure prompt delivery, com plaints of non-delivery In the city of...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 11 July 1915

Casings and Tubes i mi iinuiiwm.?wi II i^taamgffflBB We ?ure putting in a full stock of all sizes and styles. STRICTLY HIGH-GRADE Moderate in Price Come and See Them SULLIVAN HARDWARE CO. Notice ! Having bought the Tailoring business of W. L. Breazeale and retained him as Cutter and Manager, I am now in position to manufacture the- finest tailor-made Suits, Trousers and Over coats in the city. Mr. Breazeale is an all-round tailor, as you all know, and we have added La dies' Coats and Suits and Skirts to our Tailpring department, and want the patronage of all the people of Anderson. We manufacture all our goods at home and Guarantee every garment. Our motto is pa tronize home industry. Keep every dollar you can at home. Yours to please. T| ?J. A. Mulllnax 126 and 128 West Benson Street. mit i Gold Band Soap Wrappers and Ryan's Naphtha Powdered Soap Coupons , Wrappers Caa Be Redeemed ai Peoples New Furniture Co. SSSEF"*.8T Come In and Get Oar Premium List - Oneida Community Ltd. Sti S...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 11 July 1915

PKK8IRKNT WILSON TO ACT IlKUHFKATKLY AND FIRMLY ON N?TK (CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE. mar?timo war. Since the time when Frederick tin? Gf|at negotiated with John Adam?, benjamin Franklin and Thomas Jeiii-reon the treaty of friend ship and commerce of Bctouiber 8, 1785, between Prussia and the re public of tho Weat, German and American -statesmen have in fact, al way? stood together In the struggle for the freedom o? the ?eas and for the protection of peaceable trade, in the international proceedings which since have been conducted for the regulation of the laws of maritime j war Germany and America have Joint j ly advocated progres?lvo principles, ! especially UK abolition of the right j of capture at ?ea and thu protection of thu Interests of neutrals. Safety for Civilization. "Even at the beginning of the present war the Gurman government immediately declared Its Willingness in responso to proposals of the Amer ican government, to ratify the decla raiion^f London and thereby subject i...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 11 July 1915

Rathlyn* Willio In a Desert Sai She Learned J By KATH LYN VVILLIAM8. I I am very clad to writ? about my ad ventures and experiences while out in the California Desert, working in the production of tbe new? Selig picture -"The Carpet From Bag dad." Ot course, I am I accustomed to all sorta of strange and unusual con ditlonn whie. I find necessary in ! the production of! any big picture, but 1 do want to say that my expe rience in the Cal ifornia Desert was one of the wildest ?and weirdest I ever endured. You, who bavo read the novel of] Harold MacGrath, will recall that the j 'principal scenes in "The Carpet From Bagdad" are laid In the great Arabian ! Desert,, and some of the principal | characters are Arabs; so Mr. Colin Campbell, in making his arrangements tor appropriate properties, bought ai lot of real and most interesting Ara bian trappings, including those won derfully striped tents,, bales and bales of beautiful rugs,.camel harness, those peculiar Arab'guns so beautifully in...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The intelligencer. — 11 July 1915

BIJOU THE?Ti MONDAY "Under the Crescent" Series "FOR THE HONOR OF A WOMAN" Featuring Princess Hassan Two Reel Gold Seal Drama. "A PEACH AND A PAIR" Nestor Comedy. ONE OTHER SELECTED REEL. TUESDAY MARY PICKFORD (.The World's Sweetheart") In "FANCHON, THE CRICKET" Paramount Five Reel Feature. WEDNESDAY "The Heart of the Fainted Woman" A Five Reel Metro Feature. This is said to be a Wonderful Picture. Don't fail to visit this theatre Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday MONDAY "THE CANNON BALL" Two Reel Kepstone "THE OLD BATCH" Reliance. ONE OTHER SELECTED REEL Attention, Formers ! If you have more oats or wheat than you need we will exchange anything we have for it and allow you a good price. We^have several nice driving horses that we want to seil or trade for mules, also have nicest line of buggies and carriages in the upper part of the State, which we want to sell or exchange for good sound mules. We will guarantee more for cotton to be delivered this fait as part payment on bug gies and ...

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. — 13 July 1915

WA* VOLUME IL ANDERSON. S. C TUESDAY MORNING, JULY 13, 1B15. NITMRFR if*T FOR REPLYTO UTMOST DELIBERATION WILL BE REQUIRED TO MEET SITUATION FIRMLY REPLY MAY BE DELAYED WEEK Officials Think Note Should be Final declaration of Attitude of United States. . Washington. July . 1.".-Secretary .Lansing spent most of today prepar ing- data anti opinions -for tire Ameri can reply to tiie German note on sun nis.! ii warfare. Me indicated ho probably will not go to Cornish ns tho president will probably return beiore Ibo end of the week. The situation is described ?n official quarters as critical. There was no concealment of the fact that rela tions between the United States and Germany are thc most strained in history. High officials said the American policy will be worked out carefully. That to meet the situation firmly the utmost deliberation is required. It . Was stated a delay of a week or more cannot bo t?? terpreted as meaning the United States will recede from' thc position taken in t...

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. — 13 July 1915

?+++?<++++*+*+++*++?++ ? ? ? YESTERDAY'S RKSI LIS. ? ? + lodcnil Longue. At Buffalo i. Brooklyn a. No others scheduled. Soul hern l.t'imu*'. At Atlant.i ::; M. mph ls I. At Adunia '?; Memphis A Ho li seven Innings by agreement. At Rlrnilughum oj chut timonga Al Mobil?- :t; Na - li villi- '?. No ptbor Hobed ul? ?I Nal Ional League. At Philadelphia l: Piiudiiirgh ?_' At Philadelphia :'. Pittsburgh l. At Boston I ; St. Louis J Ai Boston ?J; St. Louis i, Second )-.inn- eleven innings. At Brooklyn Nt ; Chicago J. Inierlrun League. At Cleveland I ; Ni w York 7. At Detroit Boston If?; ten In nings. Ai Chicago ?; Washington 5. South Atlantic League. At Columbia .".; SuvuilliUil ?2. At Charleston 8; Augusta At Columbus 8; Albuny ?. Diarrhoea Quickly Cured. "About two yeara ago i liad a severe attack of diarrhoea which lasted for over a weeli.," writes W. C. Jone?, Bu ford, N. I). "I became so weak (bal I could not stund upright, A druggist recommended Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar...

Publication Title: Intelligencer, The
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