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The Phosphate in Princine
Makes it Healthful." -says Miss Princine
THE i\incine formula calls for pure phos
phate as the principal ingredient. That's
why this new, better baking powder is so
healthful. It adds nutritive value to all baking.
insures success every time. Biscuit and all other kinds of
baking raised with Princine always keep better, taste
better and are perfectly digestible.
"Pure!" says Alfred W. McCann, food cxpertof NewYork
"ExcellentP'says Prof. Lewis B. Allyn ofWestficld.Mass.
Piinilne v -ats In bindlci cupi-% lb.. 15c ; 1 lb..30c. United Ptofil
Sharing Coupon! io octy cup. If rou can't (ct Prituinc it your croccr's,
lc nj himaaie tod receive . 2 oz. ?imple, or und 15c lot K lb. cup. Ulu
PilnciM't Black Rf cipe (ree upon rcqucat.
Laok ftr lit Princint Shelf at Your Grtcer't
The Southern Manufacturing Co., Richmond, Va.
Townv.llc, June 25.-Prof. C. H.
Witt has returned to his home in
Rev. W. S. Hollingworth, Mes
dames AVI. N. Woolbright and I. T.
Oaloway are on the sick Hst.
Perry Woolbright is In New York on
an extended vlalt. He ia the guest ot
his sister, Mrs. Mamie Horton.
Mrs. J. W. Dickson and children.
Clara, Ben, Walter, Jr.. and Bob Fair
are visiting Mr. and MTB. J. S. Mc
Clellan in Anderson,
Tbe Priscilla Club will meet Thurs
da y afternoon with Mrs. W. S. Hol
Little Mlas Vivian Gaines entertain- j
ed in honor of her sixth birthday.
A Mistake Made by Many.
Don't wait for rheumatism to indi
cate diseased kidneys, when you suf
fer pains and aches by day and sleep
disturbing bladder weakness by night,
feel tired, nervous and run down, the
kidneys and bladder should be re
stored to healthy, strong and regular
acUon. It ls a mistake to postpone
treatment. Foley Kidney Pills put
the kidneys in sound, healthy condition
and !<eep them active and strong. Bo
gin taking to-lay. . Good resulta fol
low tba first dose. Evana Pharmacy.
5 c. the packet or two "Bobs" for a
cent-at all die better stands and stores.
JUST bobbed into pop
new candy-coat?d chew
ing gum. Heart-shaped
so that you know them
anywhere. Fresh pepper?
minty flavor that every
one ?ikes so? much. A
and new. ? -1
_* a ?
"Bobs" are what yon want
-~d ?? -
Mrs. Claud Townsend left yesterday
for Marietta, Ga., to join a party of
friends, to go to San Francisco to
attend the Pacific Panama exposition.
She will be away six or eight weeks.
Mra. William Todd and children of
Union, 8. C., are visiting Mrs. Todd s
sister, Mrs. J. M. Sullivan, Jr., on
West Franklin street.
Mrs. Joe Cohen and Miss Julia
Cohen will return today to their home
In Elberton, Ga., after a visit to Mrs.
Mrs. Harry Oelsberg will gc to El
berton today to visit relatlvra.
Miss Mona Coleman of Eastman
Ga., ls the attractive guest of Mrs.
Louis Horton, on Woodrow Circle.
Mrs. Lee G. Ucl lernen bas gone to
Little Miss Alice Copper, who has
been spending the winter with Mrs
Hollernan accompanied her as far as
Baltimore and will spend the summer
Mr. Horace Rudlsall and Miss Grace
RudiBall of Kings Mountain, are vis
iting their sislor, Mrs. Horace Mc
Miss I/Ola Dell Ramsay will go to
Belton today to visit friends.
Delightful Meeting of Civic Associa
A delightful meeting of the civic
association was held on Thursday af
ternoon at the home ot Mrs. J. L
Tribble on North Main street.
There was a good attendance ot
members and unusually good reports
were given by the various committees
? Mrs. Rufus Fant, the president, was
In the cbalr and disposed of all bUBl
noss in her usual capable and syste
mstlc way. It was decided to ad
journ for July and August. The
chair was authorized to appoint com
mittees to look after the vacant lots
around town and make an effort to
have them cleaned up.
The meeting ordered a note writ
ten to their faithful treasurer, Miss
Minnie Wilson, who was absent on
account of the illness of her father.
This was the second meeting Miss
Wilson has ever failed to attend, and
her Interest and work hsB been deep
ly appreciated by the ladles.*
In behalf of the movement of clos
ing the stores at six o'clock every
lady present pledged herself not to
enter a store after six o'clock.
On program for the afternoon was
the address of Mrs. Carrie Chapman
Catt for the Biennial In Chicago,
which was read by Mrs. Carrie Pat
rick. Miss Anna Tribble gave two
beautiful solo's and Miss Grace Rudi
sall played a pretty selection. A
special musical program was given
by Witt McCully on the cello, and
Mrs. O. L. Martin on the plano.
This was indeed a treat, and was
greatly enjoyed by every one pre
sent. Both are musicians of ram
ability, and skill and their work to
gether was perfect.
Invitations reading as follows nave
been received in the city:
Mr. and Mrs. William I. Wilkin
son Invite you to be present at the
marriage of their daughter. Lucy
Meadows, to Mr. Chester Norton Cum
nock on Wednesday morning, the sev
enth of Joly, 1915, at eleven o'clock
at their residence. Redford Avenue
Mr. Cumnock ls very well remem
bered In Anderson, his father having
many friends here will extend their
mills for a number of years. His
many friends here will exttud their
I heartiest congratulations.
Mr. Bowen ot the Hopewell section
and Miss Kubanks of Sumter. were
married on Thursday afternoon in
this city, by Rev. O. L. MarUn. It
seems tltat the young lady waa visit
ing in Rock Hill and while there de
cided to do what the young man had
been trying to get her to do for the
past five year. . She accordingly met
him in Anderson and they Were mar
ried, after the ceremony going di
rect to the groom's home.
Best thing for constipation, sour
stomach, lasy liver and sluggish
bowels. Stops a sick headache al
most at once. Gives a most thorough
?and satisfactory flushing-no pain, no
nausea. Keeps your system cleansed,
.weet and wholesome.-R. W.
Weichecht, Salt Lake City, Utah,
writes: "I find Citrolax the ben lax
ative I ever used. Does not gripe
no unpleasant after-effects." Evana
WPS? 20NB FOB THE COUNTT
A.ND PUhCHA8B? FOB TBS
rho public Is agate warned that on
ly snob work done on' the public roads
of the county ss ls authorised by the
supervisor or one of the Board ot
Commissioners will be paid by the
Board ot Commissioners. , The only
persons authorized to boy material,
gooda, wares and merchandise for the
county aro the supervisor, the county
commissioners, the steward ot the
county home and the sergeants of the
chain gangs. All these parties are
equipped with order booka and orders
be attached to all accounts. Ail
claims nos made in pursuance of
above coadi: ms wlli be disapprov
ed and payment refused.
j. MACK KING,
The Best Plumbers
The Best Material
The Best Prices
Repair calls receive the
most prompt attention
We are now prepared
to install new outfits
either on contract or
time and material, un
der the supervision of
an Expert in Plumbing
See us before you let
your contract for
Plumbing or Heating
and you will not be
sorry. If you need a
Plumber That is a
Plumber, Phone 253.
A NICE BIG ROAST
>? Boef, Pork or Mutton is really ont
if tue best meats. For lt la just ai
;ood cold aa hot. Bo you can huv<
l?verai meals' arith only ona cooking.
Tell us to send one tor sunday din
ter. Make lt a big one, for our meat
ire ao 'choice that only a big one wll
lave enough left to cut up old.
The Lily White Market
J. N. LINDSAY, Propriet?r.
Sv Bein* CftiMtiffirtff 3lpllfriJ Will
Mr Duff, Va.-"1 suffered for seven
nara," says Mrs. J. B. Whittaker, <
his place, "with sick headache, sa
Ten years ago S friend told md io tr
bedford's Bteck-DraugM, which J did
md I found it to be Lhe best family medi
ino for young and old.
I keep Black-Draught en hand an th
Erne now, and when my children feel ?
Wto bad, the jr ask me for a dose, andi
loss them more good than any medid?
bey- aver tried.
Wc never have a wag spell of sick
issa to our family, since we cotraeace,
wwenty-ftve words or len, 0>? Vi
Six Times SLO0.
All sdrerUsement orsr twettvy-fiv<
word. Bates on 1,000 words to
No advertisement taken for l*ss 1
It your mame appears In th? tale]
your want ad to 131 and a bill willi
SOWING SEASON-June ls the prop
er month for sowing of Rutabaga
Turnips. Prepare thorough seed
bed and sow In the dust for best
results. We have the right seed
stock, at fifty cents per pound de
livered by parcel post. FURMAN
SMITH, Z adsman.
SrilSCUIPTIONN TO DAILY INTEL
LIGENCER AT REDUCED PRICE
During the Dally Intelligencer con
test which closed March, 1914, in or
der to secure votes to win the cap
ital prise, I purchased a number of
subscriptions to the Daily Intelli
gencer at the rate of $5.00 a year.
In order to get some of the money
back which I put into the contest,
I will sell a limited number ot sub
scriptions to the Daily Intelligencer
at the rate of $3.00 a year to anyone
wishing to subscribe or renew their
subscription to this paper", or at a
rate of $1.25 a yar to the Semi
weekly Intelligencer. If interested,
address P. O. Box 347, Anderson,
S. C. 6-17tf
ITO THE MERCHANT TRADE-I win
move next Monday. All feed stuffs
sold at and below cost up to that
time, but all purchases must be
moved before next Monday. G. E.
How a City Maa Made Good on a
In the current'issue of Farm and
Fireside appears thc following editor
ial showing how a city man made good
lon a farm:
"The city man has usually falle.', in
backing ?0 tho land because ha has
had no competent guide.
"The county agent ls now on the Job
in hundreds of counties, prepared to
steer the tenderfoot from the rocks
and briers, to assist him in sel ac
ing a farm, and to plan practical meth
ods for him.
"For instance: Pete Frant, a rail
road man who had never farmed,
moved Into Logan county, Oklahoma,
last year. In order that he might bo
on Intimate terms with the best ad
Miser available he signed up with the
county agent. J. A. Farquharson, who
made his farm ope of several demon
stration farms.' He harvested 2,200
bushels of corn from 50 acres, and
got a good albalfa meadow started.
'The period ot contusion and per
plexity and blues ls over now, and
Mr. Brant will be able to take the
Bteering wheel himself.
"The county agent is the best buffer
ever devised to stand between the
back-to-the-lander and the Slough of
How We Damp Valuable Soil Into the
In the current Issue of Farm and
Fireside, the national farm paper pub
lished at Springfield)-Ohio, a contribu
tor writing under the title "Dumping
Soil Into the Sea" tells how middle
west tarma rose eleven tons of earth
second. Following ls an extract
from what this writer reports:
"Eleven tons nt soil is carried into
the Gulf of Mexico every second by
the Mississippi River from Its im
? menso drainage district. This material
I amounts to 346 milton tons overy year,
and Is equal to the surface soil, 6
1 j 2-3 taches deep, of 846.000 acres."
I -GOLD BAND
Gold Band Soap Wr
Ryan's Naphtha Pow?
Wrappers Caa Be
Peoples New Furniture Gt
Came In and Get (
If thrift docs not come natura
i the fact that every man who hi
i We earnestly urge you to op
for any sum. Either a Check in
j di Hon to bein; convenient enc
money except in a wise way.
! The pjAerity you enjoy t<
! PfosperitJ^moYrow. Changes
world may bten on deprive yo
' prosper^ \ . ^jT "
ijl Xtfef W<
ISM 21 cen'?, Throe Tim?? M MO ta,
? words prorata tor each additional
ba used In a roath made on appll
Lhan Si cants, cash In ad ran ?a
?bona directory yea can telephone
to mailed attar tts Insertion for
WANTED-You to know that I am
still on the Job with the best wood
and coal on the market, it you
don't believe it try me. W. O.
Dimer, Phone 649. Successor to
Piedmont Coal and Wood Co.
Wanted-1,000 suits to clean and press
-expert cleaners and pressers. Sat
isfaction guaranteed. Phono 76?.
Anderson Cleaning and Pressing Co.
WANTED-Position by young lady
stenographer, or will work during
summer very reasonable. Have had
some experience;hold splendid rec
ommendation. Apply to "J. E.," care
FOB SALE-Tw bushels Clay Peas at
less thou cost, to make room. Bur
rlBB Milling Co. 6-24-St
C. GADSDEN SAYRE
405-406 Bleckley Bonding
Anderson, S* C.
Chisholm, Trowbridge & Suggs
New Theatre Building
INCOME TAX PATERS TAKE
The time tor making Trtcorao Tax;
Returns wilt oloso the 1st of July.
All who fall to make Income tax by
that time will have to pay cost and
penalty. This la from-. Carlton W.
Sawyer, Comptroller General, at Co
lumbia, 8. C., so I would be.glad to
have you make these returns at once,
so your Auditor will not be embar
Those who refuse to make In como
Tax Returns will be compelled to do
so at heavy cost This ls the law ned
so long as lt is, I will have to entorco
lt for Anderson County.
Chamberlain's Coila, Cholera and
This Ia a remedy that every family
should be provided with, and especial
ly dorins thc summer months. Think
ot the pain and suffering that must
be endured When medicine must te
sent tor or before relief can be ol>
fained. Tills remedy is -thoroughly
reliable. Ask anyone who has used
It Obtainable everywhere.
dereel Soap Coupons
? ll? E* WHITNER ST.
lar Premium List
1 to you, cultivate it. Realize
is a dollar put aside is a capi
>en an account with this bank
g o* a Savings account, in ad
ourages yent not to ^ise your
>di?y does not guarantee yo?
in the business and .Industrial
What Sincer 3
"Made rn Anderson" Plumbers
Wo Now Kare
J. P. TODD, N. A. VOYLES ?ad
"OLD PAT" in our employ.
Every one an A No. 1- Good
E? Experienced, Tried and True
Remember please, thai, we can and
will send yon the man beat suited
to your needs; so, when in need
of anything in plumlbing, phone
Glenn Plumbing Co.
The Plumb Good Plumbers.
128 Bose HOL Phones Wa aai m
We Are There With the
Goods and O ur Prices
What are we talking about?
Meat! Fish? and Produce!
IVe are out here on West Market
rtreet, out of the "high Rent Dis
trict," with small expenses, and
2uick Delivery, so why h J si ta te? j
pry us ONCE [ If we fail to meet
?four expectation, Don't Try Us
But We Will Come Across!
?7 W. Marica? Phone 88?
ni i,.u,1 'LI vmzw!fj'wmiL,\>>:v.i.,!3>
Ne have Fresh Country Beans,
?quash, Irish Potatoes, Cabbage,,
arge Onions, White Peas, nW*y
arge Pine Apples io a^i^