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title: 'The intelligencer. (Anderson, S.C.) 1915-1917, June 21, 1916, Page PAGE TWO, Image 2',
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MUTT AND JE!
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rr ?s C?STOAWRY
FOR AU. CANDIDATS
TO *TAK? TO THC
STUMP AWD TP.V
TO ANN ex Af?W
6T Al??AV<? AltfEAW
Twe C?CAT Anew&x
?A?e NOTM?Nfl OM
..if ^werda fer ita.
>.- X cont per word, ?MB Insertion
for ?ore tuan 85 words,
Tlueo insertions of tao tune ad
ca ccseecativo days for tao prie?
PK two i*wa?tIoaB, If pula ta ad
WANT?D?-Qobd doublo entry book*
keeper with two years experience,
wanta position in Anderson. Can
. . dsUvcr the gooda. ' Address Book
^^?eper, care The IntclUgoucer.
pbs I tlon t. Want-a?v?r
tise for. it, and - persist in it-and
FOR SALE-One of the best boraba
fdr general us? that you could
find. He ls perfectly gentle and
; ->s^bbd. Jf. 0. Rast.
FOP. SAl?-jQsrden aud field Bssdsi
of oil kinds ;abd in any quantity.]
Our ae?d? aro all fresh and guar
antosd; txub to, name. . McDonald i
3eed House, 'phone 464, eueceSjbr*
: ; - to. Forman Smith, the " Seedsman.
f?&????jL - V*-* your . orders. '. '
POR-SAXiK-If you no longer use Jt,
sett ifc-4hrough an IntoHgencor
"For eats" ad.
AUTOMOBILE FOR SALE Oft TRADE
$^?rv-6Vb b0-hana several firstc loss
rvV.:;rtitttt|y used/automobllea in good
running order-which I will ?ell at,
bargain prices or trade for, horse-;
bud mules.. ? have a good milch
cow, for able. J. G. Fowler.
FOI? fiAliS-OUver typewriter which
foss been used only few Weeks,' A
.Splendid bargain. Apply to "is,"
? caro intelligencer.
cm.i.TJLOlD-We can put celluloid in
your-: auto curtains any time and
went detain yob : very tong. Paul
B.; Stephens. .
' ;. ?v?n$\'?Gorh Re?radver win";
;t|ke^them/ out by the; ?d$fc|?
and yotili^ever feen?... Try/ ?
? Go turo A rVeiGMBo?H?OD
?RC uoes THC WORKING CLASS,
?OU? TUC euee AB?OT Tue
>N 1JBOP0?N WORDING MAN.
j ^AfA? AS Atc CANOIDATGS PO.
11 CAN SELL you tn y borne place, No.
< 800 . North Pant street, also a
three room house, No. 722 North
Pant street? with an adjoining
store room for an Investment Soth
properties w.U equipped with all
rnotlorn conveniences. The seven
room house nov occupied by G.
R. Dodd. X will sell tbjs. prop
... erty so tho present rent that I
* ara getting would be good invest
ment on y.7nr money. J. li. E.
Jones, 103 fl. MoDuf&e street.
DID IT over occur to you that most ot
the QUIO*? SALES and RENTALS
ot property are made through
classified advertising? Try these
next time: you' have something for
sale. ? ^ '.; ?
I WHY NOT sst out 5,000 or 10,000 Nan- ?
?y Hail or Catawba Yam < potato
planta where;yon; bave .harvested
your grain. We will .furnish <lhe
. plants at 81.Q0 per thousand. Mar* I
tin Wood and Coat Co. r
?BliABS-^For a short time I cnn supply
you witli good, clear; thick low
country slabs at $3.50 per cord, de
livered, I will alco appr?ci?t* your
!" ordere for cotton seed meal and
hulls. B. N, Wyatt, T?hsse 188. ...
KILDUST-The beat sanitary sweep
ing and cleaning compound, Made
.of ; o?dar dust chemicals and the
best paraffine oils. For sale by
Ktldust Co., Rome, Ga.
: IF. YOU WANT YOUR SUIT MADE
AT HOME, or In Balthnore-and
made to flt you, nco J. A. Mull?
??A? mix, 12G to 188 Weet Benson street, |
. QPOSlte Davin Brothers. *"
I WE ARE now 'handling eomo 1 tfn*
Stall fed cattle and selling the very
best steak that raonoy can buy for
20o per lb. Plenty of veal .k and
'mutton at market price. Chicken's
dressed and alive as cheap a? you
ctn buy them in tho country ; Also
plenty ol tish any day ia the'week.
Your t/ado will be appreciated.
Give us a iii al. Phone 755, Dob
- bins':market? oppow.te Tolly*a.;
I DBVOS*a PAINT-The. old stand by,
tba oldest paint makers In Amort?*
and the best. Faint with DoVoo's,
fewer gallons, "woori longer? W. L.
' Brisssy Lumber Co.
I BREAKFAST BAUS <Q?-Tb? [ de
mand for na? o?l york sausage ts
Keeping us vary busy. They surely
ara tho highest grade cn thsmar
kct. Mada from freak!
enough isesh grotip
pitre spice* to-ajttV that vtvy aa
asnal and delicious flavor - <5ha.no...
tiv.ly Lindsay**. Phono your ordsr
to ?M. Tn? Lily White Market, &
N. lyndsay, Proprietor, '
[SPROM ? ? M* TO 10 "P. M^-Bay
your Gasoline and Motor Oils from
r*. A. Oeadle, ?9 ono MK taw
on the corner next to 'thn&gmm
frtll appreciate your business
ilweya give? tue utmost ; in
lue. H, A. Canals. "
?sf WoJtaer ?treat .. and
8?dw h? wttl
ru Look at it 2
FEU.0W CITIZENS i cone TO
AS. ON G OP V?O. THC Fi NAM Cl
Kl MGS OP TMIS 6 RC AT NAT 101
TOPPLIMC OM TMCIR THRONG,
UiALtouiiMG iH kxiynjQy.rij. JU
Gfceeo TH ev MAV/C KOT RGCK
ON THC AMERICAN Pee-pot.
j FAMILY CARES
? Tbl? Information Hay Be? ot Taint
To Many a Mother Ia Anderson
When tbere ls added to the many
caree Inseparable from the rear
ing of children that affliction of weak
ness of (the Kidneys and auxiliary
organs, the mother's lot ls far from a
happy one. This condition baa often
been corrected by the use cf Deon's
Kidney. Pills. When relief comes the
mother's burden uUl be lighter and
her home happier. '
Hrs. A. J. Freeman, 408 Crayton
St, Anderson, says:' "My son was
troubled ' by weak kidneys ahdr com
plained of pains in the small of his
back.. He couldn't contre! his kidney
secretions. When I read about
Doan's Kidney Pills I got a box at
Evans' Pharmacy, and they brought
relief from the first. Three boxes
in all were used and tho results were
se pat la factory that I gladly gives thu?
public statment". . x
' Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't
simply oak for a kidney remo cly-get
Doun 'a Kidney Pills-tho same that
Mrs. Freeman recommends.. Foster
MUburn Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. v..'
C?ibao?ni, TfovibriJgvi & Sugee
Hew Tfcft&tra BaSSas
W. VVIirteetf St.
Dr. Watte H. Sherard
413 Fourth Plot? B?eeKley Bid?.
: j wiu pay:-. . ? f ... "??I
For clean mixed rigs ii.00
For clean dry bones Soc per
hundred.- ^ '
For . mixed iron 20? per
hundred. 1 . -^/^
Good prices for rubber and
Manning Street, Near Bin? Ridge
. .. Xeette?.' . "
$"??h ? .;. ; w^.:?t ....
W?rtT it* THE v/e?w c-. ??T
OP ru? coNygNt?OHS v;/
Tue PoweRPuc ST Reer
COp.PpRAT,oN, ONO/ CASI
PiACep A TERgi?cc BoR
THC SHoocrgPsViL- Tw
At New York..*; Boston 2.
At Now York 0; Bonton i.1
. At Brooklyn 4;; Philadelphia 7.
At Brooklyn 3; Philadelphia 7,
At Pittsburgh 6; St. Louis 10. (ll
At Chlcngo^fhiejpnati, rain.
At St. Louis 2?' Chicago 4.
At Detroit 2; .Cleveland%l.
.At Philadelphia l; Washington 2.
At Boston 1; New York 4 .
At Atlanta'ia; Nashvillo 8. .1
At Birmingham 2; Chattanooga l.
At Monile-MemphlB. cancelled
(No tithers scheduled;)
SOUTH ATLANTIC ,
At-Jacksonville i; Augusta 8.*
At Charleston 9; Columbia *10.'
At Macon .2; Columbus 8. .
At Albany 10; 'Xrontgomory\ 2.
Local market 12.76.
% Hew. lork-]8aiiuB|:^^v,: ;?;>
Open High Lbw ? Close I
July . v .... .. t 2^S 13.99 13.86 15.99
Oct .. ., ... .13,20 13.18 13.05 13.18
Deo .. .. ., ..13.20 13,36 13.20 13.36)
J?n .. .. .. ..13.29 13.42 18.29 13.421
New York spots 13,05
.'. 'AOpen :^vwir
July-Auf? .. .. . .. .. .7.86 7.98
Oot-KoVv. . ..7.72 7.73
Sales 6,000. 1 '
ime&nn all In tho comfort b? yp?
lasses. This is why I so often hin
he . pieing ^
I, em delighted wfck .my .ale***.'! I
taid the focndsUott for thin r*m*rk in
tho esaminetloa roo?, ti being et?v
a^wlth fd* very" Jat?gt epplianses
that ?el?nce bsa imparted io man ?or
A .dirtercat?at diagnosis ot
tremble, hence; gueos work ls
em to tk* ? .
Ttmt-e.. Jut**? trhAt v;?ro3?.'
Is :o Dutch
ST. tOUtS TO GAST :
ruieen . is*rne Mp/ne OF
06H OPOH ' HAS eeeN
e WORTHS ViHATevteR CHA ts ce
[Attorney of Statewide Reputation
Kills Self Because Suspicion f.
(By Associated Pr caa.)
Huntsville, Ala., June 20,-S. 8.
! PI ea aants, an attorney ut state-wide
reputation, killed himself in his office
hera today/ tearing a note saying
that tho ' act wm caused i>y mi a plc
ion being directed at him In connec
tion with the murder of Judge ii?w,
ler hera last. week. Nows bf '.' th?
j suicide became known shortly . be?
fore it waa learned that Charles M
i Kalle, clerk of the circuit court,: had
surrendered on a warrant -charging
him .withi complicity in the Lawler
murder. Nails and D. D. Overtoil
both were sought on warrants.
'. Overton, was former .. court-clerk
and more recently Lvwlar'a. opponent
for the judgeship/in- the' democratic;
'primary. Nails waa Overtones
strong supporter. Nails KUI-ra ador
ed after Sheriff . Phillipa . promised
hie fattier that .he .would bo taken
to n place of saf?, keeping. Re Was
'taken .to Birmingham.
Mystery around Pleasant? death, ls
heightened hy the announcement 'of
?those .conducting tho fi rand jury ln>
vestlgatlon. that Pleasanta is lu no
wise connected with'the case. He is
a Topubltcan in pol?tica and took nc
part tn the recent primary,.
OFttCUjbS THIS$' ??OTR IB
CERTAIN ?K???6 .EIGHT j
(CONTINUED rrtOM PAGE ONE.) [
--T-'.i, MI. . > M,I." ?'.??Wri.i?wit
communication of the defacto , govern
ment of Mexico.**; ' The progress.of
tho revolution hi Mexico is. viewed
with deep concern and Sncreaslifg dis
appointment by ?h? V Ifni ted , States
government; for throe:years the coan"*
try hap. Wtn torn with ctr?l strife",
the lives oi Americana and other
allen? have^been sacrificed, vast"pr?
pertleo developed by America ,capl>
w-and enterprise have been ?ti&r$
t?d or' rendered non-productlce, rthd
bandits permuted to roam ni : wtU
through territory contiguous to the
United States end- to seise, without
punishment or wUuonl effective J
Sftmpt at punishment, the ptopetty of
Americans, whilo the: lives of cttlwe??
nf the United States who .venturi- to
rfttoen? on. jalean, territory or toro
aken; end th?iimurd^J
cuitM tbs? tn; th>,e>w?te o?ta^IM?
? tory, of Stetten coudittons . nufcre^
^l?rable ?bia^ -tj^^?^^t?n^ ,
By BUD FISHER
FARC F ?Of*
9T. LOUIS, tJHlCM
ie CABOB.1H6 MAN,
TEN CENTS. &OT?
\ON6V HAS BEcH
ne FA ftc MAS e?ew
IT HEANS Pet COW ClTtZ?NS*TttA?
N0U>, u3H?M THC TlftCO CA0ORE?
UiAtKS HOne FROM UJORK H? ONUf.
SAves nue cGNTs
INSTEAD OF ?
TO MAKE YOUR PORCH
Hero you'll rind the furnish
ings you need to transform, your
porch, into a beauty spot--a de
lightful^ plac? to npend your.leis-,
ure h?urs^-Huge stocks, splen
did values. ' ! <3ave time and mon
ey both hy cooing here first.
G. F. TOLLY: ? SON
Anderson, S. C.
m I ii
Just now we wish to tell you ot a new pattern :*e are fea
turlrig itt DlnnerwRre-. genuine China?:of--contrse^and;it a name
voii'll not be likely to forget:
?a beautiful white china with the dainties* herder bt>lack and
gold with. tiny TO':* combination. Very pleasing throughout anet
priced only $20 for 1Q0 pieces. We have this-pattern also In open
Block. , .. . ? - ' :.: *
-If you see lt In our a? you'll find lt in our slnr?;-,?,C.;. >v^-.J. ' .?
MARCMBANKS m SASS
W?ll, that's ;m^ :^^?v^'-^got/
dow the BEST STOCK, AND
MORE OF ITthanany of the
other guys; Arid-, that's -no^I
ally w? haye the best and quickest
delivery system iii this man's town
(iV?^ The Literary-Dlgesti) ;
if your raptor ?eak^ poor in