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Farmers Loan and Trust Co.
Will be pleased t<? cash one thousand notes running fruin $25 to
Stoo each that will be paid during lin' mon th <.( October ;uul the l?r?t
.'.alf pf November.
Wc want them paid at maturity. We are particular about that.
We want them well endorsed. We are particular about that too.
We want to see what kind of company you keep. A mau naturally
asks his associates tu endorse his notes-Birds of a feather flock to
If you can make up your mimi lo p.iy your note during the month
of October or the lirst half of November, regardless, come to see us.
J. I. BROWNLEE,
Anderson and' Spartanburg.
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DAVISON Af. DOUGLAS. D. D.. *r*t ?rtf. CLINTON. S. C.
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COCACOLA BOTTLING COMPANY
,v ANDiSRSON^S-Cr >
J22 W. Earl St> :-: Phonel37.
WANT ADVERTISING KATES
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One Time 25 centa, Three Times
60 cents. Six Times $1.00.
All advertisement over twenty?
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made on application.
No advertisement taken for
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WANTED- ISSUES OF SEMI-WEEK
LY INTELLIGENCE!! Ol' MAY
SI ST AMI MAY 88TII. UKI Mi OU
MAU, TO INTELLIGENCER OF
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WANTED-You to know that 1 am
still on the Job with the best wood
and coal on the market, If you
don't believe lt try me. W. O.
Ulmcr, Phone 649. Successor to
Piedmont Coal and Wood Co.
FOU SALE-Pure native grown look
out Mountain need potatoes $2.00
per bushel. Plunt as Hoon as lt
rains. Fu rmau Smith, Seedsman,
CABBAGE PLANTS-Just received a
freHh shipment today of the very
best low country plants. R. F. .Sas
aard, 126 West Whltner St.
SOUSCRIPTIONS TO DAILY INTEL
LIGENCER AT REDUCED PRICE
Durlng tho Dally Intelligencer con
test which closed March, 1914, In or
der to securo votes to win tho cap
ital prize. I purchased a number oi'
subscriptions to the Dally Intelli
gencer at the rate of $5.00 a year.
In order to get Borne of the none*
b"ck which I put into the contest,
1 ulll sell a limited number of sub
scriptions to the Dally Intelligencer
at the rate ot $3.00 a year to anyone
wishing to subscribe or renow their
subscription to this ?paper, or at a
'rate of $1.25 a year to the Semi
weekly Intelligencer. If Interested,
address P. O. Box 847, Anderson,
(?RAPES-Cooking grapes 25c a peck.
$1.00 per bu. delivered any where
in city. Selected grapes 2Ec a bas
ket. Peach baskets 2c each, $1.75
per hundred. Tin fruit cans $2.50
per hundred. Baskets and cans
cash with order. Jno. S. Cromer,
927 W. Market St., Anderson, S. C.
WHEN YOU can not see right step In
our Optical Department and got just
the Glasses you need. Complete
grinding plant, fiyes scientifically
tested. Dr. M. IL Campbell, Louisa
S.'HUgcnboeker, assistant, 112 W.
Whltner St.. Ground Floor.
LOST-Yesterday afternoon on North
Main street ono bunch of keys.
"Mutual Benefit Insurance company,
. Johnson & Clarke. General Agents,
tag attached. Howard for return to
The. Intelligencer office. 8-11-tf.
ONE CAR Bright 36 per cent Protein
Cotton Meal, a perfect, high grade
feed meal. ' Laat call for the sea
son. See mo at P. & N. Depot. G
E. Turner. 8-11-3L
C. GADSDEN SAYRE!
408-406 Bleckley Bunding
Anderson, S? C
Chisholm, Trowbridge & Suggs
New Theatre Building
ATTORNEY ATI AW
. Cox-Townsend Bldg.
Anderson, t-i South Carolina
; .Fro Lt\ Say
* .. /
Fitted perfectly hy oar corsetiere
$8.60 to $12.60
Hrs. B. Graves Boyd
SOUTHERN MILLS GET
SHARE OFWA? ORDERS
Atlanta Firm Has Contract for
Barbed Wire-Another to
Atlanta. AUK- 1-.- Inquiries among
Southern factories which have rather
suddenly resumed op? rations after
dull seasons have revealed tho fact
that Atlanta, Georgia and tho south
generally a.'o beginn i a? to got their
ahure of war supply orders. It ap
pears that millions of dollars will
pour into thia section, and that tho
business will last a while la Indicated
in tho fact that several contracts ex
tend far iuto 1917.
The Atlanta steel comany has con
tracted for supplying barbed wire to
the allies in a quantity that will work
night and day shifts tor many mouths
and contracts are pending with sev
eral other concerns. Ono big Atlanta
iron works is considering a proposal
to turn out enormous quantities of
shells, as soon as th necessary ma
chinery can be built.
01)1) HITS OF SI KWH.
Altoona, Pa*.-rocco \Lasta. 7-ycars,
playing hide-and-seek, crawled Into
a big Ice-cream freezer in front of
a t*toro. Rocco was wedged in KO
tightly i.e could not escape, and when
rescued was almost frozen at tho
freezer was surrounded with icu and
Plattsburg, X. Y. - Stu lents study
ing the effect of alcohol on longevity,
have brought to light the cas? of
Thomas Whittington. who died at
Millington, Middlesex, in 1804, aged
101. who for years drank a pint and
a half of gin as lils minimum duily
allowance He retained bis faculties
to the last and walked three miles the
day before bis death. Another waa
George Kirtno of Oxcrop Hall, Yorks,
who drank abnormally all his days,
yet.hunted in lils looth year and died
in ITO?, aged 125 years.
Nt w York, N. Y.-11 nan Seuen Mel.
A. Ii., LL B., has been admitted to
the Federal bar in the United States
District court, New York. He is the
tirst Chinaman to win the privilege of
practicing in tho federal courts at
New York. He Is an A tr. ?rican citi
zen, having been bo. u in San Francis
Camden, N. J.-William A. Kor
tum, who died in tho Insane asylum
recently, ls said to have lost his mind
as a result of a visit to.Billy Sunday's
tabernacle In Philadelphia last Feb
ruary. Mrs. . Jessie Kori um, the
mother, declares the youth became a
religious fanatic, after he had heard
Sunday preach. Ho wutidered .uboufc.
the streota mumblin g prayers and
praising Sunday. lht,,kc>>t a large
?diary filled with, w^kpown Sunday,
sayings. J ,
Eureka, Ca).-Annis, Olufson, &
homesteader of 'South,Humboldt coun
ty, when he wooded, his way out of
his lonely camp recently, hear for
the first time of tim European war.
Chicago. Ill-TluonYas., McNully and,
('liarles Kurth, sentenced tor life to
ooliot In IS'.'::,'have been paroled un
der the new Illinois law. They hatj
never seen an aerp^Jane or a movie
or ridden in an autyinomohili; or or
on an elevated. Tsoy "wont into a
theater, but came out. in pop-eyed
amazement. "Heat H quick,'' said
Thomas, "the oho*- rlrls are not
wearing stockings I . jre."
Chicago, m.-If hubby" ir Irrita
ble, distant, addicted^ to staying out
nights or talking about the war, ced
him pickles. Leonard N. Hathaway,
one of America's nickle princes, de
clared at tho Pickle Packers conven
tion that "pickle caters arc invaria
bly the sweetest tempered ar,J most
affectionate men and pickles sustain
Two Tfimbs Taken.
Berlin, Aug. 12.-The Austro-Ger
mans pursuing the Russians retreat
ing from Warsaw "tiave occupied Lu
kow. according to a, German official.
Zumzrowo also has been captured,
the statement says.
Ho-Do you objo?^to my lighting
She-No. but must you go so soon?
Lord High Admiral
This ls .he fir photograph
ot Admiral Jackson, who succeeded
Lord Fischer as Lord High Admiral
of the itrlti^h navy at tho time .of
the political crisis when, there was
a ?hake np in the cabinet.
TO NEAR EAST
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gion and at Kovno where Hie Ger
mana ure making terrille sacrifices.
It '?.m plain the Germants don't
lui end to make a great demonstration
in thu west, but iutend to press the
Kassian campaign to the utmost on
thu theory that conditions in t ie west
are such that neither the French uor
British Immediately will attempt a
general offensive. During the lull on
the western front the British public
is looking to the Dardanelles to bring
rel Iel to Faustan need?, though the
tusk of opening the ?traits remains
Frequent Austrian attacks on Ital
ian positions In Cadore are reported
from Koine, and declare that tiie
Italians held all positions recently
taken. On the Curso Plateau Ike
Italians held all positions in the
Selbusi zone, although admitting tL.'y
were unable to hold the position of
strongly fortified height? within Aus
trian lines, captured i h a charge.
In Carnia small advances aro re
Pnris, Aug. 12.-A Romo dispatch
to the Journal des D?bats saya:
"The general opinion here is that
Serbia will answer the communica
tion of the Quardruplc Entente powers
by offering to cede territory for a
fixed sum. In order to avoid respon
sibility for th efallure of tho negotia
tions with th J Balkan states regarding
their participation in the war.'
"lt in difficult to forecast the de
cision of Bulgaria for Greece appar
ently ls refusing to make an conces
sions to Bulgaria.
KOKI: SMITH'S ADIIKKSS
INTERESTS GEORGI IA ( IT'ZENS
Atlanta, Ga.. Aug. 12.-Atlanta
citizens were discussing with Interest
toduy the address made bv Senator
Hoke Smith yesterday in Nov. York,
when he spoke to an association or
importers on1 the cotton situation in
its relation to the British crdc- in
council which ^Tactically ' placed an
embargo on shipments to neutral
Senator Smith went thoroughly into
the subject, and hhr address was re
ceived as the clearest exposition of
international conditions t'.io importers
had heard. He is to deliver an ad
dress along the santo lines at Char
leston, S. C. this fall.
"I have a fine setter at my place."
"So have I/'
"Mina's a Gordon setter."
"Mine's a Plymouth Pock."-Ual
Increase in pay ls
worthless if> you spend
all you make.
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in the saving's depart
ment and watch your
Bank of Anderson
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Condensed Passenger Schedule.
Effective June 6. 1916.
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the fact that every man who has a dollar put aside is a capi
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 no. to use your
money except in a wise way.
The prosperity you enjoy today does not guarantee yo*
prosperity tomorrow. Changes in the business and industrial
wurld may later on deprive you of your present measure of
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130 W. Whittier St. Phone 193.
Greenville Womans College
Greenville, South Carolina
Imparting the Knowledge, Ideals and Accomplishment*;
of Perfect Womanhood
No Southern institution affords young women moro completo advantages for a
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GREEN VUAE, S. C.
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