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Friendship Link Bracelet
Start with a single link like the above, which you
can wear on a velvet ribbon around (lie -wrist.
Members of your family anti your friends will
each be ?lad to give you a link, with their initials
engraved upon it.
\t only takes a few links (nine to twelve) to make
you a complete FRIENDSHIP LINK BRACE
LET-a life long reminder of your friends.
Each link is sterling silver. Price per single link
Be the first in your set to secure a complete
Waiter H. Reese Co.
Anderson's Progressive Jewelry Store
$2,000,000 worth of confidence
Mr. C. Markham, President of the
Illinois Central Railroad Com
pany, is preaching the "Buy-ltr.
Now" gospel- and practicing
what he preaches. i ? \ ? y
He writes:. "As an iUustra&ftftf
my co-operation, we have closed
contracts for 50 locomotives, rep
resenting nearly $1,000,000, and
.re considering additional equip-.,
ment aggregating about as much
What are yo? doing to help?
This ts the. time; ol all times
for the U. 8. A. lo make vast
strides. Let's all get buoy.
TAKE SALTS Fl
We SbouM Drink Lots" of. Watefand ' Eal
Noted Authority on Kidney 1D
leconunends.a Spoonful of lad Sails In Gt
Breakfast r to Stimulate ' Kidneys^
the Uric'Acid ?
Usia acid ?n ?fat excites the kidneys, they
>me overworked, get sluggish, ache, and feel
of lead. The urine becomes cloudy*
er is irritated, and you may be obliged
suet two or three times during the night.
: kidneys clog you must help them flush
body's urinous waste or youll be a real
peen shortly. . At first you feel a dull
in the kidney region, you suffer from
sick headache, dizziness, stomach gets
coaled and you feel rheumatic
the weather Ls bad. "* ? f>
sat, drink lots of water; also j?et
?seist four ounces of Jed Salts;
cdt ul ia a glass of water before
breakfast for a
then art fine. J
thc acid of g ra
with lithia, and
to clean clogge
to normal activ
in urine, so it n
thus ending bia
' . ' Jad Salts is i
a delightful effei
they sell lots of
trouble / '. a
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? STA MU NH OF THE CLUBS. ?
Won. Lost. P. C.
? olumbus . 6 2 7501
Augusta . 5 4 656
Savannah . r> 4 6661
Mac on . 6 4 55?} I
All)auy . 4 4 6001
Jacksonville . 4 6 444
Charleston . 3 6 333 1
?"olun b a . 2 6 286
Won. Lost. P. C.
Now Orleans .38 25 ?03
Chattanooga . 30 31 '688
Mtmphla . 36 26 681
Hinniiigliam . 34 26 567
Nashville . 33 28 F41
Allanta . 29 33 468
Mobile . 24 38 387
Little Hock . 22 37 373
Won. Lost. P. C.
Chicago .35 20 636
Boston . 28 18 609
Detroit . 34 23. 506
New York . 27 24 629
Washington .23 22 511
Cleveland . 21 30 412
Philadelphia. 19 34 358
St. Loni:; .19 34 358
Won. Lost. P.C.
Chicago . 29 21 6861
Philadelphia . 28 22 660
Pittsburg .25 26 500
Boston . 23 26 479
St. Louis . 22 25 468
Brooklyn . 24 28 462
New York . 21 26 447
Cincinnati . 20 27 426
Won. LOBL P. C.
Kansas City. 35 23 603
St. Louis ..31 21 696
Chicago . 31 26 544
Brooklyn . 28 28 600
Newark . 27 27 600
Pittsburg. 26 27 48JI
Baltimore . 20 34 370
Buffalo . 21 37 362
DULL WEEK IN
New. York, June 19.-The week
just ending in the stock market
was dull and Uneventful. Trading
alt ' times kept within moderate
boundstt partaking largely of a pro
fessional character. War stocks
were again the mest active features
ar a group, but their course v.-a s
variable, with majority of net de
Coppers and other metals stocks
were strong at tho outset, but theao
shares with kindred Issues fell
back later on heavy break for cop
per in London. Prominent railroad
stocks were irregular with intermit
tent selling for European Interests.
Demoralisation was witnessed bi
foreign exchange markets, and was
in practical aspects of the week.
Moneys of virtually all European
count, ?s moved to higher discounts,
thereby establishing a higher prem
ium on the American dollars.
t tessi Meat,I Says
ass of Water. Before
id Eliminate m?rJ
few days and your kidneys will
This famous salts is made from
pes and lemon'juice, combined
! has been used for generations
d kidneys ?nd stimulate them
i ty, also to neutralise tue acids
0 longer b a source of irritation,
ncxpensive, cannot injure, makes
rvescent lithia-water drink which
1 toke now and then to keep the
and active. Druggists here say
Jad Salts to folks who believe in
lucy, trouble while it is only
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? ?ESTKHBA?'S KKSI?LTS. ?
?t Washington 7; Detroit 9.
At Philadelphia 2; Chicago 8.
At Boston r>: St. Ixiius 6; called to |
allow St. Louis to catch- train
At New York 6; Cleveland 4; first
game 10 inning"
At New York 4; Cleveland 5; second]
game. ' ? .
At Newark 4; Pittsburg 2. 'j
At Baltimore 1; Chicago 2.
At Baffalo 0: Kansas City 2.
At Butfalo 2; Kansas city o.
At Brooklyn 2; St. Louis 6. -
At Brooklyn 2; St. Loui" *.
At St. IXJUIS 6; Boston 1.
At Pittsburg 4; New York 0.
At Cincinnati I ; Philadelphia 4.
At Chicago 5; Brooklyn 0.
South Atlantic .Lenone.
At Albany 2; Augusta 4.
At Columbus :5;Charleston" 1 .
At Macon ?>; Savannah 5.
At Jacksonville 2; Columbia 1.
At Atlanta 4; Mobile 5.
At Birmingham 7; New Orleans 3.
At Memphis 6; Chattanooga 5; ten
AtNashvillc 6; Little Rock 6; called
on account of darkness.
U. S. S. ARIZONA RIDES
WAVES AT NEW YORP
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to cope with thc Arizona, ship to
The rang0 of the Arizona's guns Is
from 12 to V.i miles as1 they will be
set lu her turrets, or as far as her
gun pointers and observers can see in
highest test weather. As previous
ships carrying the 11-inch guns the
Arizona's main battery will have a
maximum elevation of nearly 20 de
grees. It would be possible, lt is said,
to almost double that elevation and
add miles to the range o ft he. guns;
but already they can shoot and lii?
farther, it is probable, than they wouifj
ever be called upon 'o do.
The Arizona wi,!}' .carry the three
gun turrets whl?h nave1 been develop
ed by American 'mVwj?y 'c??stHictorn?,
her 12 big rifles being housed in- four
turrets, two forward and two* after.
In addition she will have a second
ary battery of twenty-two 5-inch, long
range rifles fox defence against de.
ti troy cr torpedo boats an.1 submarines.
The big guns can be fired over either
broadside and around thc entire ?lr
clo with thc exception of an arc of
less than :;o degrees directly forward
for the after t?rjr?ts and directly
.astern for the forward turrets. Pour
of the secondary battery Kim-., two on
each side, are ;'so' placed til at they
can fire three degrees across the
ships bows, taking the place of bow
chasers of the old wooden ship days.
Compared to tho Arizona thc old
battleships of tho Oregon class are al
most like toys. The new ship could
engage a fleet of three of them at the
Bame time truing upon each as many
guns as it could bring to bear and
her guns would be. bigger and of long
er range. In addition she could steam
away from them or overtake them at
pleasure, developing 21 knots as
against their 16 to 17. The remark
able thing about the great Increase in
size and gun power. Lo we vcr, ls that
each of the smaller ships would need
as many or more than'the Arizona,
which will carry a complement of 915
in her crew.
The new sea fortress as she took the
water today cost more than seven mil
Bon dollars. That was tor hull and
machinery alone. The guns and ar
mor will coat as much more and other
equipment necessary to fit hor for du
ty will add another million to her to
tal cost. Sh0 is longer and wider
than any but thc newest trans-Atan
tlc liners. If lt is desired to put hea
th rv ugh the Panama canal the locks
and bends itt the channel will be
taxed almost to the limit to give her
Tie Arisona is the fourth battleship
to be built in a government yard and
her place on the ways-will be taken
at once by the California! a farger and
faster but similarly armed ship.
FIRST COTTON BLOOns
OF sn SHOWN
Brought in By Colored Farmer
Froff. Below die
The first cotton blooms reported
this season in the county were brought
Co Tfcf Intelligencer office yesterday
Dy a colored farmer. Sam Sibert, who
vor ks a crop on tho farm of Mr. C.
Manly Watson. Just south of the city.
Sara exhibited two healthy looking
blooms, one red in color-and the oth
er white. He stated that he-counted
six other bloome in his patch at tho
time he plucked these? .Ho states
that be planted this cotton on Good
Friday. The patch ls comprised of
about eight acres.
Sibert wide 14 bales of cotton last
year, and states (that ho ? will make
only about ie this year? as hs eur
down h la r.c nage.
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BELTON DEFEATED Oit lt
Hy Score of 6 to 4-Hame Flayed tn
The Helton mill baseball team de
feated th?- Or.- mill team yesterday af
ternoon at Helton by the tieore of 6
to 4, The game was featured by
Halterios: Helton. Ward and Snipes;
Orr, Webb and Evans.
GLUCK MILL WON
Defeated Equinox br Score of 0 to 1 at
The Equinox mill team was defeat
ed by the Gluck mill team yesterday
afternoon at Gluck by the score of 6
Batteries: Gluck, Ed wards and Mc
Donald; Equinox. Gassaway, McIn
tyre and Meyers and English.
Equinox Second Won.
Thc second nines of Equinox and
Helton mills played yesterday after
noon at Beuna Vifjta park, the former
,winning 4 to 1.
flatteries: Equinox, Hammond and
Smith; Belton. Darby and Shaw.
ANDERSON DEFEATED BROGON
First Nines of These Milln Played Yes
terday Afternoon. .
The first nine of the Anderron mill
defeated the Brogon mill baseball
team Saturday afternoon by thc score
of 15 to 3.
Batteries: Brogon. Dixon and Hall;
Anderson, Wells and Moore.
Bregon Second Nine Won.
The second nine baseball team de
feated thc second nine of thc River
side mill yesterday afternoon by the
close score of 3 to 1.
Batteries: Brogon, Farmer and
Hall; riverside. Tinsley and Hughes.
LOST FIRST GAME
Equinox Second Team Defeat? Smith's
The Anderson mill baseball team,
second nine, was' defeated by the
second nine of the Equinox second
toura yesterday afternoon, the score
being 18 to ll. Manager Smith of
the Anderson team stated last night
that this was thc first game that bis
[team had lost this season and that lt
was just an accident that this one
' Batteries: Anderson. Billard, Stans
ley ?nd Medlin; Equinox, Biggs and
CHANGE BF GETTING
j Manager Pinkston of Ute Local
Theaters Makes an Interest
In a bunch of "men about town."
j yesterday one was heard to say that
j he did not like the way the two pic
ture theatres were being ruo, etc.,
whick brought on an argument. In
which the following facts were brought
out-'.'hat 'the 'Bijou waa gluing two
Paramount features every week, two
splendid serial pictures every Thurs
day, and that Manager Pinkston waa
giving the public the ' cream of the
Mutual, Universal, and General Film
Service at both theatres. When this
fact was established beyond the .pos
sibility of a doubt all agreed that the
patrons of the picture theatres ri An
? derson were being well taken care of.
The reporter for the Intelligencer
I meeting Manager Pinkston later in tile
j afternoon asked him if there waa any
thing new In the picture show busi
ness, and was told that there was an
excellent chacen of Anderson getting
?x ne y photoplay of the celebrated
"Quo Vadis" at a very early date.
Mr. Pinkston stated that this new
I picture of the celebrated novel would
eclipse the other one, even though lt
i thrilled and charmed thousands every
Mr. Pinkston asked the reporter to
say that he waa trying In every way
possible, to gi vb the people the very
best service, and that If any patron at
any Ume saw anything wrong Ih eith
er of his theatres ho would appreciate
it If they would let bim know 7 He
stated most emphatically that he
would welcome criticism foi' lt was his
earnest desire and purpose to give the
people the best show for their money
that thy had ever bad.
The New Way to Rest.
In the July Woman's Home Com
panion Margaretta Tuttle begins a
now serial story of romantic adven
ture. entitled "Tho Runaway P?est
i Curo." In the first Installment Nancy
Ramelton, a tired-out artist, bas a
talk with Brian Gardner, her physi
cian, who prescribes a new kind ot
tonic. Ho naya that the great prob
lem ot all workers la to find strength
I and that the way to' find it ls by rest
ing or systematically as possible. Br
resting he does not mean idling. Nn
thia point he says In pcr**
**We ?0 longer send your kind-men
or women-to bed to rest. We F*ad
them to new placea no they'll use new
-faculties and rest the old one?. Atty
new placo; another l^wn, a boarding
[boase with foreigners in it-I sent?a
woman worn out with a uri In* ca a
! shopping trip yesterday."
LEAGUE AT BAT
Georgia Peach Is Only Major
League Player Hitting
Chicago. June 19.-While Ty Cobb
of .iciroit. continues to hold lead in
tho American league with the only
batting average in thc majors bet
tor than .400. new leaders have ap
peared in thc National and Federal,
according to figures published here
today.. Jake Dan bert, Brooklyn. 370,
is ahead in the National; Vincent
Campbell, Newark, 363, leads the'
FcderalH. Cobb's average is .401.
Second and third places in batting
n warde J as follows: American, Jack
son, Cleveland, 364; Fournier, Chi
cago, 3"?7. National: Luderous, Phil
adelphia, 364; Food, Chicago. 347;
Federal. Magee. Brooklyn, .367; Hoff
man, Buffalo, 353.
DEXTER IS NOW
Dallas Man Defeated Nelson
Whitney, Four Times
Atlanta, June -19.-C. L. Dexter,
of Dalia?, Texas, won the champion
ship of the Southern Golf Association
by defeat'mr Nelson Whitney of New
Orleans with one up in thc final
round at the annual tournament hero
today. Whitney previously won the
championship four times and held it
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Mrs. T. C. Jackson. Miss Lois Jack
son and Mr. T. C. Jackson, Jr., of
Iva, were visitors in the city yester
Mrs. Charles English of Belton was
in the city shopping yesterday.
Prof. J. B. Kay of. Lowndesville
has been spending the past few days
in Anderson with relatives.
MessrB. D. L. King* nnd J. E.
Garrison of Sandy Springs were bus
iness visitors in Anderson yesterday.
Mr. Irvin Barton of Belton was in
the city yesterday.
Messrs. R. F. and J. A. Horton
of Belton spent a few hours In An
Mr. J. W. Brown et Iva was a
business visitor in the c<ty yesterday.
Mrs.,W. H. Keese and little daugh
ter, Miss Ruth, have returned from a
visit to relatives in Hartwell, Ga.
Mr. J. K. Hall of Iva was in the
city yesterday on^business".
Mr. O. S. Merritt, candidate for
sheriff in the nekt primary, was in
tho city yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Mullinax and
child and Miss Aud?rey Snipes passed
through Anderson yesterday en route
to their home at Iva.
Mr.. Will Hanks was among the
visitors in the city yesterday from
Misses Helen Bradford and Miss
Ida Calhoun of Clemson College were
In Anderson yesterday.
Mr. J. B. Mouthitt of Sandy Springs
spent a few hours In the city yes
Mr.. Fred Felkol and sister. Miss
Viola Felkei motored to Ellorco on
Messrs. Archie Todd and Clyde
?mith have gone to Clayton, Ga., for
the week-end. "
Messrs. Harry Erskine and Harry
Mayfiold are spvnij.ng tho week-end
Master Billy Hailey of Hartwell, Ga.,
ls visit lng in the city.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Pettigrew have
gone to Columbia on a visit to rela
M!ss Annie Thornton haa been tak
en to her home In Hartwell, Ga., af
ter having undergone eu operation
for appendicitis at the Anderson coun
} Portable Talking Xaehhse Convenient
Because ot- tts unusual compactness
(and lightness, a < new phonograph
which has recently been developed is
particularly adapted for nae in a
canoe or motorboat. Its obstruction
lis nove), for the horn fc/ms a part
of thc Lu and thus gr' ally reduces
Rs else. o instrument'weighs on
ly 6 pound?, and nts into a case which
may easily be carried on a camping
trip or stored in a locker at ? canee
house where lt is accessible for ust
whenever wanted oa the water. It
play? disk records and tia very inex
pensive.-From thv July Popular
Plumbing Is a
The Best Plumbers
The Best Material
The Best Prices
Repair calls receive the
most prompt attention
?We are now prepared
j to install new outfits
[either on contract or
I time and material, im
I der the* supervision of
I an Expert in Plumbing
I and Heating.
[See us before you let
?your contract for
I Plumbingi.or Heating
land you will not be
[sorry. If you need a
I Plumber , That is a
I Plumber, Phone 253.
"The Autocrat of the
Is Nice, extra-thin sliced
We carry the celebrated
Armour's "Very Best"
and Kingans 'Reeliahle"
They are skinned, and
sliced very thin by auto
matic machinery, and
packed in perfectly sani
tr ry cartons* without the
breakfast bacon being
touched by any man's,
hands. This insures an
absolutely sanitary meat,
and aa the price at which
j we sell it, you can't af
ford to be without it.
Packed in Cartons, net
weight l pound;.. . .35c
i Anderson Cash
A Hors? Langra.
Ifotoriet (blocked by load of bay)
I say there, pull out aa rt lot mp by.
Farmer- Oh, I dutmo es I'm tn any
Motorist (*nRTlly>-You seemed tn
a hurry to let that other fellow's car
riage, get psst.
!dsn ll, I reckon.