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? Our Wurt Ada are always in tho
publi? eye. They ara saan by the
boulter and tba day laborer, tb?)
b}g salary, trian and (be clerk, tbs
cash girl and the.experienced sten
ographer. They reach them all
Intelligencer Classified Ada bring j
tonal you want when yon want it
They ?m en the job 21 bears eaeh'j
day ond bring far better returns iban]
any other Quakier jon can Invest
w>|Hit the Nail, on the head
every time when it comes to roanus
la Want Ads. Try one yourself
ID need of help of any bind
the C&sifled Columns of Tho In.
ieUlgehcer wm many times p?f yon
fa topch with desirable persons who
fabe .the Inlatlvj? and advertise for a
Always pu top.with results; Try
on? pf oni Want A-''P. and watch the
Results spin your way. >
If that cook of wsohcrworaun ht
left yon Initie laren yon may fi?di
a better on? throuRu tho Ciasilfledj
- ColGteus <?f The Intelligencer, , De
. flfrable office help likewise can ?a
; obtained taronga tittie columns.
i That Ring True with Result!.
Ihrijrytblhjf tor everybody, Posi
ttOas, Homes, Tenact?, St?res,
2?nrgaln?. Try one tomorrow.
rc* ?.? ? m M?M.?ni II mw-?ii < li *nmim J
3tfeybe yon ar? asbJug yourself al
:mittoB right now that a classified i
?fm^Bw. lateUigencer would aaaww j
I-fli Th* Key to Successful Clasfil??d
fied Advertising Columns. They'll
cpan the door to just what you
?il estate-your reel estate-is
a tho; tahrfcei until It Ia aftyer
Yen know that'It Is for erde,
Dui year probable boyer gets als ta*
ffi?Eiai?on? frei? tba naverilsMacntfl.
A' ?fownl?S- ' a?c?ei? ^?ri^ouVf
^C??sat?ed: ?dav They brinf -tbe
yMj'Jta-gct yovi anything you
^waai ;iV- <';,').; . .>. '.. . . . : - ?
Bi :?- m^ m/.^- ..T-: ..
sta. , Sopase ye* *ry -
IV?akes You Look
and Feel Fresh
euvale g?nie of'hot wstor with
phosphate before breakfast
j/ "Thia excellent, common-sens*
bsaTth meaouro being
g adopted by ml I Hobs.
PhyslclanH the world over recom
mend the Inaldo hath, claiming this
ls of vastly more importance than
outside cleanliness, because tho skin
pores do not absorb Imparities into
?the blood, causing lil health, while
the pores in" the ten yards of bow
Men and women are urged to drlnlf J
j erich, morning, before breakfast a glass
of. hot water with, .a'teaspoonful of
limestone phosphate id lt, ?rn a harm-1
i les* 'means of helping it? wash' from
the stomach, liver, kidneys and bow
els the previous day's Indigestible j
material, poisons, sour bile and tox
ins; thus cleansing, sweoten|pg and
purifying tho entire alin?antnry canal
bofore putting moro food into the
i oma eli.
Just as soap and hot water cleanse
and freshen ,tbe skin, so hot water and
limerdono phosphate act ob the elim
inative organs. .
Tho:.:o who wake u'p with bad
breath, coated tongue, unaly taste or
have a dull, aching head, sallow com
plexion, acid .stomach; others'who aro'
subject to bilious attacks or constipa
ron^ should obtain a quarter pound
of llmVston? phosphat? nt. tho drug
store. /This will cost very little, but
ts augiclent ?to demons/vat*- the value
'?oz- melde*. ti?tt?lfig/ Those - who con
tinue it each morning .are assured of I
pronounced results, both in regard to
health and [.ppeararc,-.
Tho nt??? owner ?n?a tho Waaf j
A??i? nest ihed?uni ol ?chang?.
means ali In the comfort of your
glasses. This ia why I so' often hear
the pleasing remark "Dr. Campbell
I am delighted with my glasses." I
laid tho foundation for thia remark in
the examination room, it being equip
ped with th? very, lateat 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 of . one having eye
trouble name n?tur? as yours, I design
and grind the glasses to please, and
adjust thom to the contour of the
face. That's-just what you get
here and you couldn't get better in
Nsw York or Paris and the cost ie
$3.00 to $5.00. Repairs loo 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. WHITHER ST.
Near Fant'e Book Store
Hue Ridge and S?utaiern
I, From Anderson, S. C?
I Rock Hai, ? JMS ;
V- Account Winthrop1' Co,toge Summer ?
School Tickets on nata Juno 12, 13,
.itv 28. 2*. S3, wita!-f|i^>Mi;Xlniy
ii; bm?. vVs-v v . - ..!
: .?Account Peabody Collegs Summer
School.^Tltket^ 14, ;
lirait 15 dar* tttun c?t? of aala?\
Summer School. Tickets ?sgf^5'
Ju?o 18 to 2? with final limit l?
?y?.?rom dato or salo. TCoi*?'?Mr
bo ' extended until, September 3d by
paying a fee of $1.QP \ '. Jl?^?!
}Ux>t if yauo Ekrino. Tickets Oa sate
July 8, 9. 10. With ?nat l?l^fS
3.t, isis. ..
UNCLE SAM CLEARING
PANAMA CANAL ZONE
Would l-l av; Only Citl?ra of UntUd
8tato? In Locality.
Uncle Sam is playing after ? fashion
in the Panama canal zone the part that
the English played more than a cen
tury and n bnif ago in moving tbe Aca
dlanB 1>odily froni nh bid to a "new
home. Twentieth century methods end
American liberality are important ele
ments in the present situation, how
ever, so that satisfaction reigns ta
stest?, nf the.heartburnings and suffer
ings inst marked thc enforced migra
tion of Evangeline and ber people.
Tho United States government dc
Blres to clear the canal zone of oil na
tives, nnd ot practically all ether, per
gogs for, that matter not employees of
the canal or members of, tue United
Stnt?tf army. This is desirable for both
administrative and military reasons. .
The matter ot buying the Utile pict 'j
bf land of individual "farmer*" and in
ducing them to leave tho tone bas been
simple enough, but the villages have
presented more serious problems. Tho
plan has been adopted of ' arranging
with tho Panama government for sites
outside the strip of territory belonging
to tho United States, of paying the vil
lagers liberally for their holdings ?ad
them moving them, bag and baggage,
to the new location.
The latest procedure of this sort ia go
ing on now in the transfer bf tho half
a hundred or more souls of the village
Of Chngres. near the mouth ot tho river
of that name, to n n?w town site eight
miles outside of the son? ut the mouth
of another stream. The American au
thor! tl o:? have even built . temporary
homes for the exiles to occupy during
the period required to Invest some of
the money they bavo received- in the
erection of permanent dwellings. The
Tilla go ru and their effects are loaded
on barges and towed to their new:
homes. When the last- of them are
gone the old village will be rased.
GRAPH ITC MININO. , .
One of the many industries which
have felt the stimulation'of war condi
tions in the United States, lt baa been
found by the geological survey In its
btCCk taking of mineral developments,
la graphite mining. While graphite is
not used itself aa.sn ingredient in war.
munitions,is of great importance in
the manufacture, of many.' munitions
and devlcee of war, since tho melting of
metiua for flue work ls carried on al
most exclusively in graphite crucibles.
. The unprecedented demand' for' the
substance baa brought about tho open
ing Of mtaei in nov/ locations in Ala*,
bama and in virgin graphite territory
itt central Texas. After a study of tho
situation the survey found that the old
established mmes In, a number of the
?astern stn te:} increased their output
nearly 2,000,000 pounds ta 1015. The
Opening et tho now sources bf tba mta
?S&?y will bring about an even moro
marked Increase In .the production the
present year, the government geologists
fi? ? ifcjfc "' ?1111 iin i
?A Tale ol Two Cities J
Little- chap ?Ith the shining eyes.
Stretching a slender hsiiu
Toward (ho shadowy hills and th* .m?h?
Of faraway Grownup Land.
It 1? all a wonderful world to you.
And boyhood la hard to b*t.r
As you dream of tho things you are soins
When the yeal? shall have borne you
The long, lon? years, how they draff to
How dreary their cycl* se emf
When ope ls eager to bo & wa y
To ttie lend of his morning dreams.
To do 'ho deeds that the great have done,
And. with courage proud and high.
To win the battles that must ba won
In the City of By and Byl
Worn old man, with th? wistful eyes.
Bending a weary gase -
Toward the, ghostly woods and the milty
Of the country of other dayo
A wonderful world lt used to be.
But Youth was beside yo'J then.
And now he has fled you shaU never see
Its blossoming woods again.
The short, short years, how they pass to?
Uko the shadows of clouds in flight.
Over n head that 1* bent and gray,
Hurrying toward tho night!
Y ot In tho depths of the weary eyre
There still ls a gentle glow
As they gozo afar toward the distant
Of tho Chy of Long Ago! -v.. .
-James J. Montague In Mew York Amer*
HERE'S REAL NEWS
FOR READERS OF THE IN
"What could be of more interest to
Andereon' kidney Bufferers than the
statement of an ' Anderson resident i
I who has B?ffered and ha? been cured? !
Doan'e Kidney Pills are publicly
endorsed by many Anderson people.
Read -what Mr. Garrir in says about
I them: : >
L. W. Garrison; .shoemaker. 1610
I ?. Main St., Anderson,'. Says : "I. was
In terrible shape with kidney trouble,
i Many (times vii on I wau walking home
to dinner, I would, feel a catch lu
my back and down I would go, often
being obliged to ask for help to get
up. My kidney.'! actel too often, but
the secretions were noan ty and filled
with sediment . I bind such bad dizzy
spells that everything In front of me j
became blank. Af ter suffering, two
yea??,/1 got.-poan's Kidney Pilla at
Evan's' Pharmacy and one box made
on improvement, I, kept on until I
hod taken three boxes and by that
time, I was cured. ! Best of all the
I cure has histed.". ? . - I
Price Wc at' all dealer?. Don't
aljnjpiy ask for a kidney remedy-get
1.)nan's Kidney Pills-the Bame that
Mr. Garrison had. Fost?r-MUburn Co., < |
Props., Buffalo, N.' Y.
Just when you get home in the evening,
after a long, hot, sticky day-and you're
tired and kirsty-THAT'S the time to
say "PEPSI-Col?" to "friend wife."
That long, thin, tinkly, "ice-bergy" glass
just, seems to sharpen up appetites for
dinner and gps ! how it does drive thirsts
Just try it-any fountain serves it-and
any grocer caii leave a case at home.
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Bottled with distilled water. Cro wns good for handsome premiums or
25c per 150 old Pepsi-Cola crowns.
ANDERSON ICE COMPANY
Lodge, Ne, 78 and Boraning
hain Lodge, No. 79
??i?v with'other Elks ?ndt heir friends will leave
lilli JULY 9>lh
fi iWr 1^
? attend ih? great ELK'S R?UN??N^^ B?nniit#
ham's Ala.? on following schedules : :'^^^^^^^m.
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Akanta..... ., .. ... ...... 4.i:t?PM
L'awrehc?viil& . w ?. ..'...*.?.:'. ...... 3:21 P M / .
Winder .. .. ...?..:..'..-?'? ? U. ? * . . .. 3:3t P M
Athens .. . . . ...^ *;?\i\;V.-.. . .. 4:27 P M.,: t .... . >uSH^SfflHH|
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i^X'"Ab^yme..v;.:r/.i ..'../............6:21 P M ? - * ; '0 .
. Oreen Wood .?..-, ... ...., *.' ...> .. . .6:49 PM -V;
Clinton 'I.'1' -.I^SK-^7;3f PM v^^^Mfe
Chester ;? :.*... .r-. v - - -::; .:' 8>*C>": :' ; ' ' \;;^y,:')' '? ^ - :
AVHye Baltimore .... y ... * * " * * * * ? ^ ^ \ ^ j ' ^
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