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for Elderly People
Has Been Prescribed By Well
Known Physician for Many
The infirmities of age aro especially
manifest in a tendency to constipa
tion, and call for treatment that will
alford relief in an easy, natural man
ner. The rapid action of cathartic
remedies and purgatives that shock
the system should be avoided, more
especially as the relief they offer is
only temporary and ie usually more
than offset by their violent action.
Nearly thirty years ago Dr.* W. B.
Caldwell, Monticello, 111., prescribed
a compound of simple laxative herbs
that ha8 since become the standard
household remedy In thousands of
homes. It acts easily and gently, yet
with positive effect, without griping
or allier pain or discomfort. Mrs.
Ttachel Allen, Galesburg. Kans., is
seventy-one years old, and niter using
a bott)< of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pep
sin, wrote that it had done her a world
of good and that elie intendes to keep
j', in the house always.
Druggists sell Dr. Caldwell's Syrup
MRS. KA CH RI, M.hvs
Pepsin for fifty cents a bottle. It ls
a splendid remedy and should be in
every home. A trial bottle, free of
charge, can be obtained by writing to
Dr. W. B. Caldwell, 454 Washington
St., Monticello, 111.
GR?PE FRUIT TREE AT
A GROWTH OF TROPICS
Greenwood, S. C., April 18.
Greenwood people who have never
seen a grape fruit tree and smelled
th? sweetness of Its blossoms do not
have to go to Florida for this pleas
ure. A tree five years old, and ns
large as many in tho groves of the
Land of Flowers, is growing and
.flourishing'in *rhc yard of .Mr and
M-s. il. V.' lt. Rcli rad er on Cam
bridge street, and lt has been-flourlsh
ing there for thc? past five year.-i. al
though this fact is not generally
With the currival of the.cat bird at
tho Schr?der home lust night, a Bure
wign that spring is really and truly
here, Mr. and Mr?;. Schr?der removed
the porlable winter house from the
bloom'ng tree this morning and
there is an aroma Floridian around
their attractive home.
The grape fi ult was planted In tnt
back yard hy Mr. and Mrs. Schr?der
live years ago and. with cloao atten
tion during the winter months, hat
grown rapidly and borne fruit ont
fall, year before last, when 10 larg't
luscious specimens wero nicked. Thfe
tree did not bear last year on account
of some insecticide that had to bi
used, but tho many blooms on lt now
give promise of a bountiful harves:
this fall. It ls perhaps the only tree
of its kind in thia section of the
country and ls well worth seeing. <
Greenville, April 18.-Mrs. Ann ly
Kasolef) a .merchant of Union, bar
been adjud'eated bankrupt, and lh\
papers in tho case liav<t been refer
red to ll. E. DePass, referee, at
CHARLOTTE, N. C.
S PA RTA NB U KG
GREENVILLE, S. C.
Monday, April 24
Round Trip from Stations
Below to ^ ..
Leave Anderson, S. C. \.. .0:30 A. M.
Leave Belton, S. C.7:00 A. M.
Leave Williamston, S. C. ..7:00 A. M.
Leave Pelzer, tS.'C.7:23 A. M.
l?javo Piedmont, S. C.7:38 A. M.
Leave Greenville, S. C.... .8:10 A. M.
Arrive Charlotte, N. C. ...11:45 A. M.
Special Train, returning, will leave Charlotte 7:00 P. M. April 24,
1916; Sparenburg, 10:00 and Greenville, 11:10 P. hi.
Separate Coaches for Colored People
Tickets will bo sold for the above Special Train only on Monday,
April 24th. Returning tickets will bo honored only on Special Train
leaving Charlotte, N. C., 7:00 P. M.; Spartanburg, 10:00 P. M.; and
Greenville, 11:10 P. M. Monday, April 24th, 1916.
ALL TICKETS WILL BE LIMITED TO CONTINUOUS PASSAGE
IN EACH DIRECTION.
Purchase Tickets from Station Agents,
No Tickets Will Be Sold on Train
Spend one day in Charlotte, Spartanburg or
Greenville, three of the largest cities in the
Piedmont Section. / ' ' . ':.:
Seo Charlotta with Its'many skyscrapers, beautiful streets with
their greet white way, and the most magnificent Parks in any city; la
North Carolina^ " . J, ' .? - .
' Ftr full information call on southern Railway Agents, ?r Address,
. R. C. COTNER? T. P. A., W. R. TABER?JT. P. AV
Spnrtanfiurg,>8. C., ; Greehvllje, 8. C.
. , j, IL' ANDERSON, 8upt^ \
I' - ' Anderson, 8. C.
? ??? Sra?
V:8|?at?^ sure by ine liberal usc '
of Daily .Intelligencer space. Your ads will'be in the good cofh
[f pany'.'of every other live wire merchant of |he comrruinfty:. No ?
t plan of reaching the public is complete without the use of The In-,
PASSED ARMY BILL
WITHOUT ROLL GALL
No Dissenting Vote on Measure
in Senate and it Goes to
Washington. April 18.-Tho army
reorganization bili which would pro
vide ?ie TJnited States with regulars,
militia uid reserves of nearly a mil
lion men was passed without a roll
call by the senate tonight.. The bill,
which differs radically from the house
measure, will go to a conference and
tlie work perfecting tthe finar form of
the army bill will begin in a few duya.
The senate bill provides: A regular
array at. peace strength of two hun
dred and fifty thousand; this was
passed today in the form of an amend
ment by Senator Brauegec by a voto
of forty-throe ta ?urty-soven. Tile
committee's proposed peace strength
had been one hundred and eighty
thonsaud; the federal volunteer force
two hundred and sixty-one thousand;
the federplized militia two hundred
and eight bousand. School and col
lege yout^d reserve corps is estimated
from two to four hundred thousand.
BRUSHY CREEK HAS
Tidy Sum Realized From Enter
tainment-Other News From
(Special to Tho Intelligencer.)
Brushy Creek, ti C.. April 18.
The Airy Springs school played thc
'Milk Maid's Convention and the Tat
er Itdge School* to a large and ap
precative audience here Saturday n'ghl
Tlie parts were well carried out,
each maid presenting a different cara
?ter. Prom a llnnnciul standpoint ar.
well the pluy was a success, $35.fW
being realized. After the show a vot
ing contest waa put on, charging live
cenis for each votes, and from this
plan $17.80 was realized for the
school. .Miss Suo Shirley, Miss Lenoa
Childers and Mus Pearl Tripp were
tho candidates. Miss Tripp was the
winner and wus presented with a
Several of tlie Airy Springs people
wont to Anderson Saturday to the
fields day ath tic exerc?seo.
The Rev. Ben Michell of Greenville
S. C., filled Kev. Pant Jonen appoint
menL at Mt. Airy Sunday.
Little Palmer, Son of Mr. J. B
Sm'th, is in a critical condition. He
has catarrhal fever.
Mrs. T. E. Clyde was called to'tho
bedside of her mother at Williamston,
Mrs. Andrew Harris, who is report- |
od real ill.
Mr Judson Bagwell o? Virg'nla is
spending a few days with his grand
father, Mr. W. S. Murphy. Mt*, and
Mrs. Lewis Bagwell and family ot
Easley spent the week-end with MT.
and Mrs. W. S. Murphy, who are
Mia. Bagwell's parents.
Mr. and Mrs. F.obt. Sheck of Eas
ley, spent tho week-end with MTB.
Sheck's grand parents, Mr. and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs. Q. A. Tripp attend
ed the wedding of Mrs. Tripp's nelec
of Easley, Miss Hortense D irham,
Messrs. J. T. Garrett and I.\ J.
Jone9 wero business viF.'toro in
. A large portion of our formera
have finished planting cotton and
some report nearly a Btand up.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Sherman spent
Sunday w'th Mrs. Sherman's mother
and father. Mr. and Mis. A. M.
A CONFERENCE S. S.
AT SENECA 21ST?
Senoca, April 18.-Wade C. Smith;
of Richmond, Va., one of the editors
or the Sunday school literature of
Southern Presbyterian church, will
meet the superintendents of the Sun
day schools of Piedmont Presbytery
In conference here Friday afternoon,
April the 21st. Mr. Smith and the
superintendents will bo entertained at
lunch at the Colena hotel, and the
meeting will follow Immediately in
the dining room. All 'the Sunday
school superintendents of the presby
tery, which embraces Anderson, Plek
ens and Oconee counties, and the pas
tors are invited to this conference.
The. object of the meeting is to enlist
tho superintendents In a forward
movement In the 8unday school work.
The meeting Is called by tho presby
tery's committee on Sabbath schools
, and publications. Of which Rev. I. E.
Wallace, of this place is chairman. ]
There will be a popular .acetin g nt
night In the Presbyterian church, ad
dressed hy Mr. Smith, to which the
publie ts cordially invited. Mr. Smith
ls a (Sunday school ?peclallst and an
impressive speaker. >The Preebyter
ian Sunday school ot this place will
be represented alt the state conven
tion by Hr?. W. P. Reid, Misses Nor
ma G i gnu Hat and Louise Farmer and
Rev. I. B. and -Franela Wallace.
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Why Constipation Injarea, ,
The - bowels. are. the natural sewer
age system of tho body. When they
become obstructed by constipation r
par*, of tho poisonous matter which
they should carry off ia absorbed in
to the system, makins; yon feel dull
and .stupid, and Interfering with the
digestion and assimilation of food
This condition ls quickly relieved by
Chamberlatn'o Tablets. Obtainable
WILL MAKE TOUR
Southern Railway to Send Agent
on Trade Boosting
Chattanooga. Tenn, April 18.-With
the view of extending their efforts to
prometo the sale of southern made
goode in the South American coun
ties, Southern Hallway, Queen and
Crescent Route, and tho Mobile und
Ohio Railroad, will send their South
American Agen:, Mr Charles yon
Chandler, on a tour through South
America Ulis- summer. He will leave
in July and visit Brasil, Argentina
and Uruguay,, whore the opportuni
ties are now particularly bright for
extena'on of American trade because
of tho European war Mr. Chandler
made a similar trip last year.
Mr. Chandler will interview the
merchants and buyers of the U.ree
republics anti investigate trade op
portunities generally in order to be
able to adv'ae southern merchants and
manufacturera where and how to
place their produces to the greatest
advantage. While on "this trip, bl3
cervices will be at the disposal ' of
Southern ilrros who aie anxious to
haw. specific trade opportunities in
vestigated ?or them, and will also be
glad to assist and promote their trade
there In any way possible. Firms de
siring Mr Chandler to represent them"
should address h'm at 822 James
Building, Chattanooga. No charge
will bo made for this service, the
work being part o the Southern's gen
eral scheme for developing tho south.
"There is a particularly good mir
ket for Southern cotton goods in Ar
Ktn.inu and Uruguay at tho present
time," declares Air. Chandler, "over
$10,000,000 worth of cotton fabrics,
pieco goods, both bleached and color
ed could bo sold to Argentina Re
public alone from the southern states.
Wo only export $28,000,000 worth of
potion piece goods annually while our
exports of automobiles amount to S3,
000,000. The Sou lb Americans are
now look'ng to thc Culled States for
manufactured goods and other pro
ducts necoR?u.ry In their every day
life, nnd there is no reason why the
south should not get a full share of
tin; business if it ls sough: in the
All lovers of music ore cordially in
vited to meet w'th the Oakwood Sing
ing convention on Easter Sunday,
April 2?:-d, at thc Crrville Baptist
church beginning 10:"0.
.. W. P. St'-vonsnn,
SALTS IS FINE FOR
sileros, QUIT MEUT
Rush the Kidneys gj One? When
Back Hurts or Bladder
No man or woman who eats meat
regularly can ma-ke a mistake by
lushing the kidneys occasionally, says
i well-known authority." Meat forms
iric acid which clogs the kidney pores
so they sluggishly filter or strain only
part of tho waste and poisons from
lie blood, then you get sick. Nearly
all rheumatism, headaches, liver trou
ble, nervousness, constipation, dizzi
ness, sleeplessness, bladder disorders
:ome from sluggish kidneys.
The moment you feel a dull ache in
the kidneys or your back hurts, or if
the urine is cloudy, offensive, full ot
sediment, irregular of passage or at
tended by a sensation ot scalding, get
about four ounces of Jed' Salts from
any reliable pharmacy and take a
tablespoonful in a glass of water be
fore breakfast for a few days and
your kidneys will then act tine. This
famous salts is made from the acid
3f grapes and lemon juice, combined
with lithia and has been used for
generations to flush clogged kidneys
and stimulate them to activity, also to
neutralise the acids in urine so it no
tonger causes irritation, thus ending
Jad Salts ia inexpensive and can
not injure; makes a delightful ef-j
fervescent lithia-water drink which j
all regular meat eaters should tako I
now and then to keep the -kidneys |
clean and the blood ' pure, thereby
avoiding 'serious' kidney complica
Charleston & Western
Augusta, Ga. i
To and Prom the
Effective Monday, Jan
uary i 7 th
; Leaves: .
No, 22. .' . 6:00 A. JV!
No. 6. . . .3:35 P. M.
No. 21. . . 31:20 A.M.
No. 5. . ' i i:10 P. Nt.
rates, etc., ' prompth
show you ti
road feD mm
JL content where it t.
mite men to smoke all
a sore tongue, withoi
tobacco enjoyment! Tl
Prince Albert is made
by us) fixes that-anc
comes right to your tai
will do for you what i
men-make pipe or cig
est of your pleasures I
Print* Aibtrt ia f? tm had Whp
ovarywhvTi tobacco ia aotd in ' ?.
toppy rad boga, ?Set tidy rad AlDC'l
tint, Ipc? handaomas pound m"w
amdhalf-pound tin kutnldora frey XTQ
-and-tn that claaay pound ar
cryttal-glata humidor with BS VG
apongo-nxoittaner tcp that ??
haepa fha UJtaeco in auch _ , n_
fin* ahapa- always t K. J. RE
HAVE ROSY CHEEKS
AND FEEL FRESH AS
A DAISY-TRY THIS!
3*ys gist? of hot water with
phosphate befen? breakfast
washes out poisons.
To see the tinge of healthy bloom
in your face, to noe your Hkln get
?learer and clearer, to wake up with
out a headache, backache, coated
Longue or a nasty breath, in fact to
'eel your beat day in and day out. JUBt
try inside-bathing every morning for
Before brenktast each day. drink a
KIOSB of real hot water with a tea
spoonful of limestone phosphato in it
is a harmless mean? of washing from
:he stomach, liver, kidneys and bow
ds the previous day's indigestible
waste, sour bile and toxins; thur,
cleansing, sweetening and purifying
I he entire alimentary4' canal before
?utting more food into the stomach.
The action of hot water and limestone
phosphate on au empty :: torn ach ia j
wonderfully Invigorating. Ir cleans I
>ut all the sour fermentations, gases j
ind acidity and gives one a .splendid
ippetite for breakfast.
A quarter pound of limestone phos
phate will coot very little at Gie drug
?toro but is sufficient :o demonstrate
that Just as soap and hot water
cleanses, sweetens and freshens the
skin, so hot water and limestone phos
phate act on the blood and Internal
organs. Those who- are subject to
constipation, bilious attacks, arid
stomach, rheumatic twinges, also
those whose skin IB Ballow and com
plexion pallid, are assured thut on-*
week of inside-bathing nill have them
botli locking and feeling better, li:
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Now ready for business.
We manufacture every
pound of Gandy offered in
our place, Bsing only .the
highest grade materials.
We are well prepared to
' handle-and solicit-special or
dars ot all kinds. Anthlng yon
want made to order on short
Come by and let ^s show'
yon a real candy store. .
was made to create tobacco
tever existed before 1 It per
they want without getting
it any comeback but real
ie patented process by v lien
(and controlled exclusively
I cutts our bite and parch 1
ia! joy smoke
3te fair and square ? And it
t has done for thousands of
arette smoking the cheerful
it we tell you about Prince
rt is a feet that will prove out
ur satisfaction just as quickly
u lay in a stock and fire-up !
YN0LPS TOBACCO CO., WbutoB-S*ltn, N. C
Os tb? rt rc no iii? al thUtiif rd tia yon
vrtU mi: "Proctu Pointed Jd? 28ib.
1907," ubUi btfoi'ofAreoBCBUioi.*
pl? tl wburo ona lootud Maro 1
The man who ex
pertinents conics hack to 1-ircstones.
The man of experience slicks to Fire
stones. Graduate now into lite exper
ienced class who enjoy
MOST MILES F'ERDOLLAR
See th? rireptono man and find out why you
cnn get this extra aorvlce at average cost.
Automobile and Motorcycle Tires?
Tubes and Accessories
Todd Auto Shop
Piedmont & Northern
"The Electric Way"
Monday, April 24th
BA S E B A I_. IL.
Between Dick Thompson's and J. W. Jordon's
?Anderson and Greenville Teams
. ? i M i iv / .. it.i .i 11 i. - i _ ; ??
Game to be called at Greenville at 3:30 P. M.
Illfl P.&RPark _
Special Train Leaving Anderson 10:00 A.M. Arrive Green
ville lltSQ A, M._. '. .. , ' ?
Round Trip Fore From
Andersen to Greenville.. .. .,. . ..75
-Belton to Greenville. . . .......... . .75
WflHsJuaton to Greenville....... ... ..SO
Peker to Greenville. . ...... . . ..... v. .'.SO
PWn*mt to 'Greenville........ ................v...... AO
Tickets on sale April 24th only, gu od on special ti's In leaving: An
derson nt l?:00 A. M., and returning on' special trola leaving Green- ,
ville at il; 00 P. H. r * \
No baggage checked on this train.' Tickets will be on sale at P. &
N. liehet office, 113 Main St. ' ,..?,/.
Thfa is 3*ri^ - Plenty Gouch: Space
Pot' further information cali; WUcket/agents.'vW:cat?i^bir .wTita.;.:
K. W. TH03T? Com'l A$tni, C. 8. AS.LE?f, Trafile Manager,
Anderson, Sc C. ;'" V''?:" flrieairtlle, 8. A v