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moan:; al! in the comfort of your
glasses. -Thia ls why I co often hear
the pleasing remark "Dr. Campbell
I am delighted- with' my glasses.M I
laid the-foundation for. this remark in
the examination room^. H being equip
ped -with ' very latest appliances
that science has imparted to man for
making; a differential diagnosis ot
your eye trouble, hence, guess work is
eliminated. . Then being able to enter
into the spirit ot one having eye
trouble same nature a* yours, I design
and grind 'the glasses to' please,' and
adjust them to the contour of the
'facej V That's just what you - get
here and you couldn't get better tn
New York or Paris and the cost is
$3.00 to 95.00. Repairs ldc up.
it's to your Interest and comfort
to read my ads every day. I guar
antee every word true.
DR. MR. CAMPBELL
112 W. WHITNER ST.
fi round F J eer \
day?1 ?lata cf hat. water with
phosphate before breat?r??t .
wrshes out poisons.
If yon- wake ap with a pad, taste,
had;; breath and tongue ts coated ; it
you? head ls dull or aching;: if--what
you,cat;?'sears and forms gas and acid
in stomach, or you aro bilious, con
s ti pat eel,, nervous, Ballow abd can't
get feeling Just right, begin hinside
bathing. Drink before breakfast; a
glass/ o* r*?al ?ot water- with a teas
poon Voil; pf limestone phosphate in it.
. This will flush the - poisons and tox
ins from stomach, tiver, kidneys dad
bowels'and' cleanse. 'Sweeten and pur
i fy the entire'.alimentary tract. Do
your inside bathing .Immediately upon i
arising In the morning to wash out)
of tho system all .thj? previous days'
poisonous waste,.gases and sour bile I
before putting, .'more food Into the j
Tp feel like young folks feel; like]
you felt before your blood, nerves and j
muscles bi came loaded with: body Im?
purities, "get from your" pharmacist]
a quarter pound ot Ibm)stone phos
phate which- is inexepensiv.e and al
most tasteless except for a. sourish 1
twinge .which, ia hot unpleasant.
Just tvs soap aud hot water, act on
tho' 'shin, ' cleansing, sweetening and
freshening, so hot water ami \ lime
stone phosphate.act'on tho tho stom
ach, liver,. kidneys and bowels. Men
and "women wi? o arc usually, constipa
ted", bilious,' heu?iachy or'have; any
. stomach disorder " should begin this
inside bathing before' breakfast.. They
aro slured they' will become veal
cranks on the' subject shortly.
Near Pant's Book Store '.
I. ? :$"'*:>
A.. dollar : dowti-rit : d?.lj j
Jar a^%e?i" o>^i?y'-day. : '
,. Th&t'r lit?i : ^m?imed |
Sayings' System way. . ?BT
; ly yoa / eao~~pay in aay I
j. amona^ropi toe ap each j
;V ?tart any Oma~^ois
rick Perry- and ?)is1
HO O'O rtiriiT
un dib LEN i
Oconce j Formera Chautauqua j
Promises To Be Greatest .
Meeting of Kind Ever
, Held in South
(Special to Tho Intelligencer.)
Seneca, June 13.-^-Everything in
Seneca ia -beginning to warm up for
'the Oconee . Farmer's chautauqua,
Seneca's-grand inspirational meet for
rural' development and Improvement;
This event last year was pronounc
ed by a man. who has had, large, ex
periences in farmers' meetings both
hi the west and south, to have been
the largest gathering of farmers for
an instructional meeting ever held in
tho south. And the plans are being
laid td make IL bigger au rt better
thia year. The program committee
have already announced -that they
have, secured definite promises from
assistant "secretary of agriculture,
vCarl >. Voorman, Congressman "Cy
clohfl"''Davis'-ot \T?xaB, a former
Oconcan; and Bradford Knapp, chief
demonstration agent . of the agricul
tural department. They are In cor
respondence .with other . prominent
men, whom they have not yet been
able to book'for or: tain. One'bf
tho most interesting and. inspiring
.features of the chautauqua this year
wiH- b3 th? live stock pagent. This
will/be a regular Noah'H Ark " -plrcr
cession. > The-design of lt'will be
tovHhow. the progress1 that Is using
made in this section n tho develop
ment of tho Ive.stock industry.
. The executive eommitteo ls at work
oh the numerous sub-committees, and
hopea to be nblb-. tb "announce . the
most of them .lb-a few days.
Mineral ?pring. ;
Every one herb and many who fre
quent this i place will be glad to
learn that the picturesque and' ro
mantic spot . known as the mineral'
spring ia to , be preserved - in tho
Souble . tracking, developments. Tho.'
toublc track will pass directly over
tho spring,.: but It will be protected!;
by ? broad arching concrete culvert
and approached by- concrete steps. It
will be made a mere attractive place
if-any bddB, than at present.
.'Material and mchinery are hoing
assembled at the Seneca river a few.
miles east of here, for the construc
tion . of a massive concrete bridge
aci-ops tho stream to carry" the dou
bio tracks of. the. Southern raliway.
Work,, willi ?tart db the project at
Mr. C. P. Adams, the hustling and
aggressive proprietor of the -Seneca
Marble, and < Monument v/orka ; re?
eoived. a shipment of.: statuary 'nst
week' from Italy. The, shipment waa?
about three-months on the way.
The farmers of th's sect'o?, are en
thusiastic over the wheat >eld.' Mr.
;B. .B. Elrod, ot the Oakway section
Of this county .sowed iv. bimbel and a
half on three, aeres, used 9Q0 pounds
. of meal and acid and/ threshed Iii'
Mr. J. JB. -Smith, of Sandy. Okla
homa, wes an Interesting visitor in
Seneca Saturday. Mr. . Smith for
merly lived in this county, but remov
ed to Ohl ahorna about ten years ago.
He Ia a brnther of : Mr . John Ii.
?.pi i th. who In one-or the oldest rural
c*,' riera of the county and a former
representative < Mr. Smith drove
from Oklahoma In a ono-horco wagon
leaving thero April 14 and arriving
? hero June the 8th.. He had many, lu
.terestibg sbuveniera and-many, inter
esting incident s to relate O? the t rip.
Ono -of his f.ouvonlera was ? little
[piece bf the bark fros? the1 root 'o?
the tree' on which *C-)a. ?Vahk was
hang. Ho said they had the -.ufc*
wrapped With burlay: GO tight and so
i high thai he could not getrh piece
rrom thc trunk or the tree.
: Mr. Mack Stewart, bf Atienta, for
merly Of Seneca, was visiting rela
tives* here this -waek+endV. ;
? Dr. E. A ? Hines lef* Saturday i&r,
\ Detroit, Mien,.* to attend the- Amarl
t ctn Medical asabciaUon, as ':> the bin*
ic tal represeumtivevof ?te Sbuth Car-,
W. y'R;>iTabor./'iiaafataht traveling
-P3Ls>ecger : agenS) '.for tba ; Southern
ra^ajp waa tri Seneca on business
/Southern k^t* Nos. 43 and it will
tc restored tb service next Saturday.
. The local camp Of 'the Camp Fir*
glila returned last ;.6yiday fron^m
?Wf?w&?m-.-in ?rebnvme coiintyi.
Thons enjoying Ut>? outln* w?re Mia?
Ionian Holland,? Nalia a loutee D*ndy,
Miss Sarah Pavi?^ Miis .-Bub .MJmcmns,
hattie-&Umin>>- . Mifls; Oiiian
fei.H^fcMp**?** MV?; % :
- ?v>:l?rl?g* retafa ^?ipft?r
anguished Cast in
w:<.-k-? rd with his parea n hero a
week '.sc was 'Aken sick, ami wan
unable to return. His fri tn JJ will lie
glad ,*o 'earn that ho is Improving.
Mjss r.o'rna (JMat '.jr-; returned
home i-Mpr avBlt cf several w*??*?* to
frlc?di* it; 'Columbis,. (''?urleato'-.
PumtfT d othci placet iii the
lower part of tho state.
Hi" i^rry family, co'nopsed nt
ifrt. Nanny Wi-'io, MrB. .?lotty l?u
tatit. Mrs. Flor VJ Propst, and Alias
es AlL'c and Lol? Perry and , .Miss
V! jr ?Ml /"ropsl expect t-> le.ivo for
their -.immer ho PO near Muck lonu
inlv Mi.* week.
Miss hus?n Dayle, "who ls. laking
ti ri)niiif: in a. hospital in ii ?rth Au
gusta s it home for a nh VJ vacation
with ber f?rcn'.B, Mr. and Mrs. Jas
per- *v,\)t?. . -
>frr. 1. E. Valise will leave
TUtr ?l'y to ?m?.vn; sevoral weeks
wit' her niOthij*, Mrs. V. C. Sher
ard icar Iva.
Movement Gaining Momentan
Over - Southern Railway
Daily-Big Item of
Traft ia *
- ..II I I I
' Charlotte. N. C., June 151 -The
Georgia '-peach movement, which has
been slowly gaining momentum over
the Southern railway lines through
Charlotte for tko past 10 days is rap
idly reaching the point where lt may
be characterised as providing a sub
stantial factor In the aggregate bf
traine hauled: Just now, there is an
average' of about one train load a day
but by the latter part of next week,
lt will be Increased to probably 10 or
12 train loads aud then the sight of
?long lino ot ,trailing rogrlgerator
cara, operating .ou passenger train
schedules and making only two or
three stops between thc Georgia or
chards and, the eastern. . markets,
passing through Charlotte without
the sign of a halt, will be no unus
ual sJ?ht. Formerly these trains,
stopped' here to .replenish their Ice
dupply but this !s now done at Spen
cer, simultaneous with the change of
Engines. ?t han been estimated that
thu effects a saving ot a half hour on
each trip. and hence the economy bf
The . - peach movement through
Charlotte has always'excited much
interest- and comiaerit in the city.
Leaping out ot the sunny south and
bound for the far north? the hurt
ltiig Unes' of yellow refrigerator cars
alt. bearing . the luscious product of
the- Dixie orchards, hare al way a
gripped the imagination of Charlotte
people These tra?na have a blear
track, are manned with tho swiftest
engines and the most experienced,
trata-crews and: there ls nothing that
takes, precedence over, their sched
ute's.;Time is .pr?clohs 'ehd' every,
agency. in requisitioned to eave a
few minutes in expediting the arrival
of the fruit la the New York- and
Beaton markets. ; These cara., are
usually leaded at central assembling
stations* near tho orchards* hurried
to Atlanta!where they ere ic?d and
.tarted forth ch their journey north.
Tho second icing pomt ls at, Spen
cer, thin state, arid the third at Alex
andria. ^a<-, "The trains thea- make
the next "Btbp at points ot destina
The Georgia peach ero? la especi
ad to be 8,500 cara this season, ac
cqrdlojf-to the best figures obtainable
through -tia Georgia fruit exchange.
This' includes tho nor thom as well
aa the southern eropw.
Jub? 15 is v expected- tb be ?about
mm VERY SICK
FOB LASHEN YEARS]
COULD EAT NOTHING EX- !
CEPT MILK AND BREAD
ll HAD INSOMNIA
TANLAC HELPED HER
Prominent Winder, Ga. Physician j
and Druggist Says Sale of
' Tan!ac is Unprecedented
The following ' letter waa received
ht the Tanlac office yesterday morn* |
ing from Dr. O. W. De La Perri?re,
ot Winder, Qa. Dr. Perri?re 1B not
only one ot the best' known physi
cians and druggists, in thc Btate, but!
is alco a capitalist of noto and ls a|
m a ii of wide influence, and ranks ao
?one of rho leading citizens ot this en
crprising town. . He la a director
of the'"Winder National Bank, North
Georgia Trust and Banking Company
Par mers- Bank, Darrow County Cotton
?''ll; Bell Overall Company, and in
.?dition to'other.:large realty .hold
ings has three fine rarma in South!
Georgia. He har. been lnkbusiness In j
Winder afbls present stand for twen
ty-five yearB.' 'Such lo the'type of
tho man who Bays that Tan ?de IS the
mosf wonderful medicine he has ever |
sold In hts life., "Hin letter follows:
WTnde?'t?a.. May 10,1816.
Mr. O T?. Willis,^Atlanta, Qa.
Dear Slr: ,
Please find ?u'?t?sed, two testimon
ials from customer* of mint regard
ing the lise of Tahlee. . Out; people
aro.very much.enthused dyer Its hen-,
uncial effectu, and I desire to' say
(bat lt has been ih? most v/onder?ul
seller. I eyer ba(J',in thia '?t?ro in the
twenty-five y?ar.s^'hsw be*h 3n.busi
ness- ct-this at and-it sells 'itself..
Kt is a repeater,-'aa the . people j who
buy lt invariably come back for more.
I have sold nine hundred bottler, since
October ot last year, which I consider
I have beard more: praise pt Tanlac
than any medicine-1 eton spkb in.my
life, , v<- . ... ?'..Tv;
(.Signed) O. W. Oe La Perri?re.
Enclosed with Dr. Do La Perriere'a
letter were two testimonial s from cus
tomers ot his who have . used Tad-1
lac .with': the most astonishing and)
gratifying results, v. One is from Mrs.
Jv. L. Mably, wife ot . a will known |
farmer, and the other from Mrs. M.
C; Armstead, an elderly lady, arbb;]
la also well-known in Winder. . M ra.
vi suffered from extreme, nervous
ness and could, bet slesp. I was
also a great sufferer from stomach
trouble and intestinal indigestion. I
could not eat anything for ten years,
excepting a litio bread and milk
and diet of tho very lightest kind
nothing bo i lcd-no . veijc t Qlijp,t-v/hsu
I ate anything bf that hind I suffered
"I can sleep much batter now, niy
nerved uro more steady.-' My appe
tite !s much better and. I'can eat most
anything I want, j ? t. know what lt
will do and this is no hear-nay, far
I am a living witness. ; I have' used
Mrs. Arma tea il sat d: '
"'I am, 76. *:,?are yold and Suffered
from old age? " T ^was just Wore1 out
and give; out and could not eat. What
? would eat pained ?a Ia nay stomach,
and I was so weak and debilitated I
/wasn't able -to di/ buy thing, I;,, ;
"My friends mid nra about Tanlac,
I have .used oneb ettie ' and lt has
helped . mo in every." way. , j }t' the
second bottle hoi pa rao as much as
: the first,' it ia wortt? fifty, tlmsfcvW'
price., ; It h aa helped ' nie. i n every
/vjq&^aad X; just ?eel like ?' dlffer-mo
person, J want to recommend li to
all of; my neighbors > and f den da. "
Li J Tan?ae, tho master medicine, lajntiN
exclusively ia Andsraoa ' - by . Evana' j
Pharmacyr-two sterea>rAdv; :'.
? -**?.<: ... ? .
SCHOLARSHIP dum WttA?tCE. j
e Texas Quartette AU This
of Admission Reduced to 5e and 1 Oe
//OK; i4^r/<7095 largesty cigarette
Surer accomplished "the Impossible'* by
producing a MILD cigarette that SATISFIES!
It is the CHESTERFIELD Cigarette :
ALMOST anybt^y can make a cup The mild, yet satisfying Chesterfield . . 3t:r '
"x jrTL ?^ *-'on?ee? ^ut there flre Bald to blend ia not tjie result of happy chalice* ....:;^^^B^aBM
s : be not over o balfVdoten restau- -It ia one of, the results of Cur many yeau-'V-' ll'
rants In the United States where they of cigarette experience'-of the heavy 1: ;;
know bow to make it -right, vilume of our purchases'of cigarette to- I
hueco - of the prestige and advanta^i i|
Similarly? almost anyone can make a these enormous purchases, sive no iii se? H sf .
cigarette. Just xoil upsowe tobacco,in a curing the choicest leaf fcom, the tob?ceo 1
. piece of pure paper-and there you are. fields of thc world) . ^ ; I T
. There arc, perhaps, over 800 brands Chesterfields su^: an achievement. . . I.1
of cigarettes sold in thia country today.
gut not.one of flfera does wHat Cheater-! , . 1"
fields do-r for Chesterfields are MILD ; ?Matn TKini* ^ B
?nd yot they SATISFY. - j |
Some cigarettes may lie r.'.lld, but t??'y " . :? ?", :
don't satisfy. Only one cigarette doea CHESTERFIELD?, do the one thing
BOTH-r-Chesterflcid! "~ .' - you havealways\wlshed 'Vdfls^jt?V'. ?. ; Ij;-...'" ; '.
v , would'do-they satisfy I S f,
. ?r . . .This truly nnlque cigarette, has all, . . :- ... ? $1,
ofthat refreshing taste - delicacy , (or. Smoke them and we believe you will?^SSS??St-'- '
mildness) which any good cigarette must that ordinary cigarettes ' aecni by; -Wk.
have. Yet, without sacrificing any of comparison almost flat. / gK?
thia delightful mildness, Chesterfields go Give Chesterfields a trial. ' Wo . ',' * ?' '
one ?ten,furtherr~they .do morejban belieye you will ,be glad to learn Ul :
merely .please your .taste 9?~f*%J*l what they can teach you ;*bovi* , . fi M- J-.
. sou hiO&you'vo boen smokes.. They cigarette enjoyment. ' W?|
satisfy! , .; HI.
.*,.*.* . , ,: rn.
And yet they're You haV? bee" 7cading i^V??^.;, .; .. ; . gl; -
lather unusual, almost daring, abite- fSl
: >l m?ntsa?outacfgar?ttel If Cheiterfietdiji ll'
A Step Forward were, an untried cigarette if. we had . ' Y, jl
Sn Cigarette ?Making not been observinr/ their behkvior ??' VXTMR '>
. other clUes^f we did not 1^
\X7E ABE pre ad to be the firm .that they *??k?SOod witbsmokeYs v/e could ] .--fi
V> brought about thia important ?ot afford to make these 8t*tesa*pto to II
development in cigarette enjoyment-r you over our signature. ....,. ? K <M
for that ls exactly what the Chesterfield. But these statements*'t?&Vt^^'^^^-V^'? .
Wend ls. ere, ena mean little or nothing to you"... . [I
, L ., : ... - until you have actually, smoked your first wv '
This cigarette ls an outgrowth of chesterfield. ; * . : . - If .
long, earnest effort; oq thc part of thia, ,. -.?> 3
the largest cigarette: manufacturing con- * You will find' that your own dealer ll r
v ?ern in the United States. haft Chesterfield*,^
I ^rr-r^ ' ' ' ' ' ^laii'lMf i'lMiar-rrrOTrrTi^?1"nu' iMIIITET^WWL".IU- i"?i-u.?J V
:nK*wrnnrnttiummtmMtmm^ iiaamtiiiwysjawMMSB^ ...
Silage "is tho most economical sue- J . , m : -'?'. -M . .. '^^^^SBI-'
eulent feed fer, dalry catf.e, Cowa v: 9. ;.#''iMLMf '?.
fed on atlage .produce . their'.ftilt ca- ... . 9L^^?bJ^" :'?M''";/ .
pacHy o? milk. It is a feed that any . unmm ^wmnv~, .^w : yv.:, .
firmer can produce o?/Ms; farm; ot . <i fg\ o ? wa.--.' -..O' fft *
Write tb the" Extension Dlvi?lon, o
^^^n Colley 8. C., for hill of ,, : ' "
*T~~3L. ' ' " '"' ? ' '?",.""'"? ::^MKv''i&?iS?^ v.'
infr&k* . &&?? c*a?e^?svi?0. va, .. .,.,..ss.4o. ?^?:m0^'^ ' ;: . *
^Uaoelphla. Pa. .. .... B??? J^s^Sl to 2R ? E ,
For dean mix?! rags ^i.p? Buiraio, K ;Y: . v.i??lSsPit?l?^
ppr hundreds '. . - ? vi plilpM,>i ?..t'i?'^^^^T^l^
. For cf?an dry fcorws Soc ?cr Kaahvsn?, Tentj.. ; ; v, i. rC*.?X3^?. ??. w. t?, s?. leddays -
hundred. . W?,*,\, MIMI? I?'?^V|II'?-^^??^^I?^^ ;
:^e^^ prt^.^?od_ ^^^^^^^^