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WANTED-A good farm for one of
our customers. If you have a farm
for sale we will bo glad to cousldor
lt. Linley & Watson, (Jno. Linley
W. E. Watson.)
WANTED-r.o to 100 bead of first
class, sout.d mules, 4 to 8 yearn of
age. Wo aro not buying for the
war. Want moro class, and willing
to pay bott?r price The Fretwell
WANTED-Yor. to know that I am
this season handling tho Genuine
Tennessee Dlue Oem Coal, and not
asking anymore for lt than you
havo paid ror inferior coats. I have
a stock of tho best wood In town
on hand. Give me a trial. W. O.
Ulmcr, Phone 649.
WANTED-Evei-7 house keeper in An
derson to try oJoaf of "Aunt Mary's
Cream Bread.'/ It s made at home
and your grocer keeps it. Ander
son Pure 7ood Co. 8-15-Dtf
LOST-Thursday afternoon on Wost
Whltncr street or on suunre $26 in
bills. Liberal reward for its re
turn to Intelligencer ofilcc. A. M.
FOR SALE-If real estate ls what
you want. I have county, suburbun
abd city ut. the lowest price. I will
bo glad to show you some pf my
.specials. If you havo property for
salo see me. W. M. Walker.
FOR SALE TO MERCHANTS ONLY
Flour, horse, stock, poultry and hog
feeds of all kinds, including hay,
alfalfa and cyclone feeding meal;
Telllo, and Rising Sun -Self Rising
flours, too; and at nrlce.i to suit O.
E. Turner at P. ft N. Freight sta
FOR SALE OR RENT-Fine river
plantation In Rock Mill township,
one milo below Andcrsonvllle known
at Mitt Simpson placo, '.his farm
contains 280 acres, fifty acres fine
bottom land. For further Informa
tion soo Mrs. W. H. Simpson, 132
Tolly Street. City. 8-28-7t.
I HAVE a cut down Ford car 1912
Model In first class condition. Four
new tires with removable top and
sido curtains, will ..ell or exchange
for 5 passenger touring car and pay
reasonable difference. Box 216,
Greenwood, ?. C. 9-2D-3L
FOR SALE-10 ncreB with 6 room
house and 7 stall barn on McDufllo
St. See Buck Broyles. 9-26-3tp.
FOR SALE-Onion sets; Whlto Pearl,
Bermuda, Prize Taken, Silver, Skin,
Yellow Danvers, and Multipliers.
This ls planting season. Furman
WE ARE PAYING $32 per ton for cot
ton seed and Belling hulls at teu
dollars per ton; coal $-1 to $5 per
ton. These aro prices at our yard.
Martin Coal & Wood Co.
BURS. C. M. McClure would like to add
a few more pupils for plano to her
. class. Phone 52. Residence 122
We have employed an expert PIANO
TUNER? who will glvn prompt
and careful attention to orders left
with us. C. A. Re'd, Plano & Organ
Co., 814 8. Main St 9-1-lm.
WHEN YOU can not see right step In
oar Optical Department and get Just
the Glasses yon need. Couplet e
grinding plant. Eyes scientifically
tested. Dr. M. R. Campbell, Louisa
S. Hilgenboeker, assistant. 111 W.
Whittier St., Ground Floor.
AT THE BIJOU EVERY
BfllonsnesH and Congt'n*trvn
It ls certainly surprising that an?
woman will endure the miserable feel
ings eau Bod Ly biliousness aud con
stipation, whoa relief ls so easily ha/
and at so little expense. Mrs. Chas
Peck, Gates, N. Y., writes: "About
a year ago I used two bottles ol
Chamberlain's Tablnts and they cure?]
me of billou ness nd constipation.'
For sale by all doacrs.
We have add
ed a Grocery
and will carry a full line
of Heavy and Fancy
Groceries-Have just re-1
[ceived a Car Load of the
-inesf Flour a Car Load
of the Best Salt and a
full line of C a ri n e d
Goods, Sugar, Coffees,
You will find anything I
in Grocery line here and
our Mr. A. E. Mull will
be glad to serve you at]
any hour of the day and
at prices to let you live
Come in and sec us-Wc w ill
[save you money and give you the)
Freshest Goods in town.
For Infants and Children
In Use For Over 30 Years
Charleston & Western
To and From the
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PIEDMONT & NORTHERN
Condensed Passenger Schedule. '
effective June 6. 1916.
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a S ALLON,
YOU'RE BILIOUS! LET
LIVER AND ROWELS
Don't stay headachy, constipated,
sick, with breath bad and
f?ot a 10-COnt box now.
You nu n and women who can't get
fooling right- who have headache,
cou I ed tongue, had Rtasto and foul
breath, dizziness, can't sleep, aro hil
tons, nervous und upset, bothered
with ?1 sick, passy, disordered stom
ach, or have a bad cold.
Are you keeping your bowels clean
with Cuacareis, or morely forcing a
passageway every few days, with
salts, cathartic pills or castor oil?
Cascarela work while you sleep;
cleanse thc stomach, remove the sour,
undigested fermenting food and foul
gases; take the excess idle from the
liver ami carry out of the Bystem .11
th" constipated waste mutter and
unison in thc bowels.
A Cascar?! tonight will straighten
you out hy morning-a io-cent box
from any drug atore will keep your
stomach sweet, liver and bowels rob
lar, and head clear for months. Don't
torget tho children. They love Cus
carot? because they tasto good
never gripe or sicken.
FOR THE SOUTH
Atlanta, Sept. .'50.-Will people In
the south pay $1. or $2 to see a
"movie?" Tho New York public has
boen paying it, and while the south
has been accustomed to paying a nick
el or u dime for ita screen entertain
ments, the experiment of charging
one large round siniolcon ?3 g dug to
bo tried here next week. There is a
difference of opinion among amuse
ment men whether or not lt will be
The "dollar" show is poins to be
a presentation of Geraldine Farrar
in "Carmen" to be shown for a week
at a local theater, not a movie house,
which has been lark for some time.
Later In the season tho Atlanta is
going to try "The Kir?h of a Nation"
whicU) ls hoing showed in New York
for prices ranging from $2 down.
Tho film will be shown here for
?onie between ll and $2 the arrange
ments Mot yet having been definitely
USES OF PICRIC ACID
It Kills In War und Also Soothes Pro.
leets and N?stores.
Manufacturer? all over tho United
States aro clamoring for picric acid
tn carload lots with which to make
high explosives to destroy men's lives
in the European war. In thc anthra
cite coal region of l'enns. I vania, there
aro 10,000 men trained in the use ol
picric acid gnuto, also known ns an
tiseptic gauze, for burns arni In ordet
to keep tho drri and genii3 from
wounds. These lO.OfiO men aro t'iose
trained in first aid to the injured work
In the anthracite mines and they are
now busily practicing for the fall
competitions in that important work.
The great demand for picric acid
has made a shortage of dyestuffs for
the textile manufacturers, since th Is
is another use to which this valuable
acid is put. Picric acid is a combina
tion of nitric, sulphuric and carbolic
[acids, and its present price ranges
from $1.10 to li.fiO a pound. For
tunately for thc industrial wounded
lu the anthracite coal region, only a
small quantity is necessary tn which
to dip thc gauze to make lt antiseptic
and nil of the first-aid departments
sf the many companies are notably
Dolly-"Wasn't it awful? Grace got
K?yond her depth and -" Daisy
"Yes-yes?"- Dolly-"And was saved
by n fat man with a wife and nine
chlllren."-Kansas City Star.
Geiaberg'a Potato Chips Fresh,
and Crisp Daily, Phone No. 733.
IF BACK HURTS USE
SALTS FOR KIDNEYS
Eat lesa meat if Kidneys feel like
lead or Bladder
Most folks forget that tho kidneys,
Uk-" the bowels, get sluggish and
clogged and need a flushing occasion
ally, else we have backahco and dull
m'sory In the kidney region, severe
hendichei, rheumatic twinges, torpid
liver, acid stomach, sleeplessness and
all sorts of bladder disorders.
You simply must heep four kidneys
activo and clean, and the moment you
foci an ache or pain tn the kidney
legion, get about four ounces ot Jad
Salts from any good drug store hero,
toke a tablespoonful in a glass of
water before breakfast for a few days
and your kidneys will then act fine.
This famous salts is made from the
acid of grapes nod lemon juice com
bined with llthla. and la harmless to
flush flogged kidneys and stimulate
them to Mima' activity. It also neu
tralizes the acids in the urine so lt ne
longer irritates, thus ending bladder
Jnd Salts ls harmless; Inexpensive;
makes a delightful effervescent itihla
dater drink which everybody should
take now ano then to keep their kid
neys cleat:, titus avoiding .serious
A well-known local druggist says
ho sells lota of Jad Salts to folks who
believe In overcoming kidney trouble
while lt is only trouble.
U. S. HEALTH SERVICE
Washington, Sept. 21),-Uncle Sam
ls hunting for good young doctors for
the United State? public health so
vjce. Il?' desires the ;<i< k of the med?
i< al graduates.
"Young medial nun between tho
ages of 2:5 ami will bu given an op
portunity on November 1 ti; demon-]
htrale r. cir fitness for admission toi
th<> grade of assistant surgeon in thc
United States public health Bcrvlce."
said a statement Issued by Surgeon
General Hu port Blue today.
Doctor Hlue is a North Carolin-.
?nan; his peoplo belong to tho Blue
family of Scotland county. He ha.
mad.; good and his fame is more tha^
nation-wide. Pull counts !'. r nothing
in trying to get the places offered.
T. e statement the treasury ut pa t
nicnt concerning the positions open
.'There are several vacancies in tho
gov? rnments mobile sanitary corps
which ls now in the ll sib var of its
existence, but in order to bo recom
mended to the president for a com
mission, a physical and professional
examination must first bo passed. AF
the tenure of office is permano and
tho public health officers are Hab??
lo duty in all parts of Kio world, they
an* required to certify that they lie
believe themselves free from any ali
ment which would disqualify them
for service in any climate. Board?
will bo convened in Washington. Bos
ton. New York. Chicago, St. Louis.
Louisville, Now Orleans and Sao
Francisco, but permission to take thc
examination must first bo obtained
from the surgeon general.
"The examination ls searching and
includes, in addition to tho various
hrancv.ea cf medicines, surgery and
hygiene, the subjects of thc prelimi
nary ?ducalion, history, literature
and tlie natural science?. Commis
sions will be issued ns assistant sur
beon and, after four years fo service,
the young officers aro entitled to ex
amination fer promotion to the gra?lo
of passed assistant surgeon, and after
twclvp years of service to another ex
amination for promotion to the gradi
of surgeon. The annual salarit'3 arc:
assistant surgeon $.2000; passed as
sistant surgeon, $2,500; "surgeon. $:t.
000; senior surgeon, $.1,.'00; assistant
surgeon general, $1,000. When the
government di es not provide quar
ters, commutation at the rate of $'?0,
$10, and $ii0 a moni':, according to
grade, ls allowed. All gindes receive
longevity pay, that is, $10 per cent in
adilitlon to the regular salary -for
every five yoars, until the maximum
of 40 per cent is roached. When of
ficers travel on official duties they arc
reimbursed their actual traveling ex
North Carolina doctors will have
as good chance to pull down one or
more of these places as any other
states with as many people.
WANTS TO BUILD
I C., A. & W. Ry. Asks Permission
to Bridge Ashley. Stone, Edis
to and Ashepoo Rivers.
Columbia. Sept. SO.-Tho Carolina.
Atlantic and Western railway, now
)tiilding from Charleston to Savan
?ab. has made application to the war
lepartm?Mit for permission to erect
lraw brMga-i across tho Ashley.
Steno. Edlsto and Ashopoo rivers,
and in order to givr> Interested par
ties an opportunity to examine the
l-awlngs and to oxprcss opinion as
tr- whether thc bridges wo titi onstt
tine an unreasonable obs : uc-tl - 1?
navigation, a public (hearing- will bc
held at tho custom house, Charleston
at noon on October 7.
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? ITA +
The members of tho Civic associa
tion are requested to meet Friday af
ternoon at half past 4 o'clock in the
school auditorium.. This Ia thc first
meeting after tho summer vacation,
and a full attendance ia desired.
On lost Wednesday afternoon tho
Philathea class ot the: Presbyterian
church met at thc home of Mrs. C.
D. Evans, and a most interesting nro
gram was carried out. The follow
ing officers were ' eh-v ted to serve
for the next six months: Miss Nancy
Pearson, president; Miss Maggie
hempson, vice president and Miss
Nollie Wyatt, secretary and treasur
? er. After the business had been dis
pensed with Mrs. Evans served cake
Mr. and Mrs. FVank McGee, Mis'.
Pinn M*n?? - ' M-". f* E. Leveret*
a*** 'i ?"r ?'?' "> "or a short
Mr. and M-?:i. ft E. Anderson
have returned from a short stay with
relativos In Spartaaburg and Green
The W. C. T. IJi will moot Ptt
urday nfternoon at 4 o'clook tn the
Mira. J. A. McAllater spent a
[few d^vs ft'ls w?*ek with he?* p?renla.
Dr. and Mrs. It. E. Thompson of
Pint Rock. <.
Mr?*. Will CarHalft of Starr soent
Tnef?3ay in town.
Mr. and Mr?. Sam Wilson of Atv
beville were visitor* Tue?d?v night
at tba home of Or. 3. V?. Wilson.
Mrs, H. H. Anderson or Tucansn
ls spendlniT some tim?? et th? home of
he-- son. M**, s. F. Ande*??v?i.
Mr?*. Will Carlisle of 8tarr waa
|a viaHor here or>e ?av thia Week.
Mr. Alfr?-d Moore, of Tueapau,
(?prealdfnt of the Ja?*ksnn mill, was In
I town Tueadsv on hnslnest.
Mrs. J. L. Jackson of 9torev411fl
?waa the meat Wednesday of her
I daughter, Mrs. D. A. Burri as.
? 8TA??;.T? OF TUE CLUBS, ?
Won. Lost. P. ' .
Boston. Oil 4? CS 1
Detroit. ?7 54 Ct 2 (
Chicago. so ci r/j:i
Washington. 83 OG 557
Now Vork. ?6 81 44'?
St. I?iils. S7 4_'<)
Cleveland. 57 93 380
I'Uilaueiphla. -ii iii? 275
Won. Lost. P.O.
Philaleiphta. 87 ci 588
Host on. 7?) C7 541
Brooklyn . 70 70 r?:;0
Pittsburgh. 72 70 477
Chicago. 71 70 47:i
St. IXHIIH. 70 SO 4'i7
Cincinnati. 70 si 4t;i
Now York .. .. .. CS 70 4G2
Won. Lost. P. C.
Pittsburgh. S5 C4 571
St. Louis. 8G CC 5CC
Chicago. 83 G5 561
Kansas City. SO 71 530
Newark. 78 70 527
Brooklyn . 70 82 4<;i
Baltimore. 40 10:l :":<>:?
Buffalo. 74 78 487
? ?BBTEKD>Y>S RESULTS, ?
At New Vork 2; Brooklyn 0.
At Chicago 2; Cincinnati 3.
At St. Louis 5; Pittsburgh G; ion
At Boston 8; Philadelphia 2.
At Washington 3; I' f (adolph ia 4.
At Detroit 2; St. I .oula 8.
No others scheduled.
At Baltimore i; Newark ?.
At i'.altimore 1; Newark 5.
At Brooklyn*2; Buffalo .
At Pittsburgh 8; Chicago I.
At St. Louis 4; Kansas City
GAINS ?N WEST
Petrograd, Sept. :;0.-Territorial
gains to a considerable extent by the
Russians is indicated by the latest war
office information. The Germans have
been pushed back from the terminal
nt niubokoi on the Evleatsyanvo-Glu
lKikol railway to a point midway to
the Vilna-Dvlnsk railway. This rep
r?senta a gain of 2."> miles. West
av 1 south of Molodechno, the Ger
in.v . 1 ?Ac ' 'Ul forced back eight
.'. : -v. .IT :.idad~Molodechno
We Should Drink Li
Recommends a Spooi
Uric acid ia neat excites tl
become overworked, cet sluppisl
jiWo lumps of lead. The urine
the bladder is irritated, and yoi
to seek relief two or three tiroes
When thc kidneys clog you rous
off the body's urinous waste or
sick person shortly. At first
misery in the kidney region,
backache, sick headache, dizzint
.our, tongue coated and you
twinges when the weather is bi
? . Eat less meet, drink lots o
from any pharmacist four ounc
fake o tablespoonful ia ? glass
? -ALCOHOL- 3 I1?R CEVE f
ting thc Stuma-fas aud?owtuof j
'Promotes D?fcsfioitf?cerM I
ness ??ilKcst.Contaiiisne?l? ?
NOT NARCOTIC. M
AtxSnma?. l fl
Ay)crfectEeiucdy for Coiisfip*'
loss OF SLEEP.
Zac Simile Signatare ot
3ms CEN TAT rt COMESTI:
Mothers Know That
Exact Copy of Wrapper.
THE CCNTAUR COMPANV. NCW TONK CITY.
railway beyond Krewo. At no part of
tho northern lines have the German
i;ains boon announced, although bat
tles of great intensity are being
fought from Koziany to Krlvo, a dis
tance of about SO miles. Tho Ger
mans have concentrated considerabio
troopB. here inclining sonio ti-om tho
Prlpet region. South of Pripet tho
Germans won lo'-al success at Ciurto
risk near Sarny%u<l appear to control
Styr, ao?t hof Lutsk.
Represent the utmost service,
safety, mileage ard pleasure
obtainable from an ?uto-Va
TODD AUTO SHOP
Opposite The Palmetto
its of Water and Eat Less Meat,'Says
Authority on Kidney Disorders ||| ^
nful of Jad Salts In Blass of Water. Before!
i Stimulate Kidneys and Eliminate
the Uric Acid
to kidneys, they
h, nchc, ond fe<:l
i tuny be obliged
during Hie night,
t help them fluslt
you'll bo a real
you fcc! r. dull
you suffer from
csa, stomach gets
: feel rheumatic
f water; also get
?es of Jad Salts;
ol water b'fore
breakfast for a few days and your kidneys will
then act fine. This famous salts is made from
.tho acid of grapes and lemon juice, combined
with lithia, and has been used for generations
to denn clogged kidneys and stimulate them
to normal activity, also to neutralise the acids
in urine, so it no longer ls a sourca of irritation,
thus ending bladder weakness.
j?d??lF ??Pensive cannot injure, makes
o delightful effervescent hthia-water drink-whieh
cyeryoPB should take now and then to keen tho
kidneys clean and active. Druggists here sav
they sell lota of ?ad Salts to folks who believe in
overcoming lud?ey. trouble white it fe only
trouble./ . . . . s x