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The Belt Pluifcrs
The Bejt MatJil
The Be t Prie*
Repair rails rjfive the
most p pmpfwention V
We are novyftpared
to install neBoutfits
either on ccpact or
time and n^ijfel, un
der the sup?ion of
an Expert in ?nibing
See us, befo?ou let
your' conRt for
and you wafcot be*?
Sorry. If 3need a
Plumier *'?S is a
:j??<wu?r. PB 253?
ATO "Boba" for a
Blands and stores.
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or and Ute
pat over a
IN ANDERSON JBLY 8TH
Rev. J. M. Garrison rV?a.1? ?An
Held at A. R. P. Church.
The following announcement was
made yesterday by tue Kev.. J. M.
Garrison, pastor of the A. F.?. P.
church in this city: '
Sabbath school conference will be
i held In the A. R. P. church of An
derson oh Joly thc 8th. Program will
appear In the paper? soon. Rev. J.
P. -Pressly, Rev. S..31 Mood, Rev. H.
fi. Hlakely and Prdf. K. L. Reid are
among the speakers.
Let us remember the date and get
ready for our gu?su. We are expect
ing good delegation* from Due West;
Mt. Carmel, Iva/ (lenerostee, and
local church will arrange to give this,'
day bo this very ?aportan t matter.
Exercises openfftt 10 av ra, Inter
mission ftom 12 ft 1:30 p. m. Adjourn
at 3 IL. m.
Public is corelly invited to th
Diarrhoeal Quickly Cured.
"About two yitrs ago 1 had a sever?
attack of dlarAoea which lasted foi*,
"over a week." trites W. C. Jones, Ba>
ford, N. D. "i/tccame so weak that X
could not fit?i? upright. A druggist
iinendcdf Chamberlain's Collo,
Cholera and Ijarrhoea Remedy. The
first dose relifced me and within two
days I was aiftvell as ever.'V Obtain*
l's House F3v :%
i i ?nm numwSini,.
it-aw-?'ii<?mi ?minn' .
KILLS ALL INSECTS*
Dario Reata was the winner of
Chicago'* ?rst Auto Derby. In the
st f?O0-mile automobile race ever
lcd he. drove hhi French car to
ry at th?, new Speedway l4ark.'
>nt 100,000 persons saw the
m reel off the di stan co at aa
igo raia of 97.6 miles an hour.
Urne waa/B hours 7 minutes abd.
In winning the race H'ista broke
ail worhi's automobile records f?r
distances, from 200 miles to ?00. l t is
Ogg!' Winnings for the day's drive
F?deral Inspection Under Quaran
Isa? For AH Shipments Into
Washington, June 29.-Ry an order
known.as Quarantine No. 2?, of tho
July i will govern the importation of
all Hawaiian cotton be inspect...
ah' Inspector of the llnlt?d States de
partment of . agriculture before ship
ment to the mainland. Only those
mills which have obtained licenses'
for this purpose are allowed to use
the cotton, and before they can do so
Ithey tmist comply with certain regulft'
The purpose of the new regulations
is to prevent the entrance Into the
country of .tho pink boll-worm In the
seed of foreign cotton. Seed infect
ed ia this way hus been found in ?
number of Shipments and It ts felt
that stringent measures are necessary.
: traveling Man's Experience.
",In the summer of 18S8 I had a very
severe attack of cholera morbus. Two
physicians worked over me from four
a. m. to C p. m. without giving mc any
relief and.then told me they did not
expect me to live; that I'had best tol
?ftgraph for my family. Instead of do
ing so. I gave''the' hotel porter fifty
contd and told him to buy me a bottle
of Chamberlain's Colis. Cholera -and
?diarrhoea Remedy, and take no substi
tute. I took a double dose according
tb directions and went to sleep after
?ind dcBC. At five o'clock the
next morning I waa called by my order
and took a train for my next stopping
point, a well man, but feeling rattier
shaky from the severity of the attack,"
writes H. W. Ireland, Louisville, Ky.
* A Fara With a Big In eon?.
1 Xji tho current issue of Farm and
Fireside, the national farm paper pub
lished at Springfield. Ohio, D. S. Burch
writes an Interesting article entitled
"New Hay Machinery" in which ho
tells bow modem implements enable
farmers to put up their forage ono ch
.f. and pt reduced exnense. in tho
irste of the article be tolls duuul a
successful 'manufacturer who once
traveled from Ohio to Virginia to see,
how a practical farmer there made fen
income of $40.000 a year from 500
acre* of alfalfa. What this manufac
turer disRviTred about this fanner is
described In the tallowing extract tak
en from the article:
"He found bim equipped with seven
?yi'tn?er rakes, seven wi adrow lead
era and the necessary wagons. He
gets.. $20 a ton for hay after shipping
it by water a distance of 20 tn$t?e:v
His gross income ia. $80 ?n ncre-?nd
oven after taking out the expense of
establishing the alfalfa, making tho
hay and selling it, he has a splendid
.Income. But lt can bo safety assert
ed that he ls ? jnighty skillful kW
lOBMt ? ? +
* STUDING OF ?HJE CLUBS. ?
? ? ?
fl Sott* Atlantic I
Won. Lost P.C.
Colum??. J 3 4 7C5
Attgpadiffi- . 12 6* 667
C?luml:?. 8 8 600
MaOMjIJ|-,. 9 ? GOO
SfSiariefcftj . 8 S 471
Albania......1.... 8 ? 471
Savant. 7 V 389
i . 4 13 235
Won. JLnst. P. C.
. 42 29 592
B. 42 30 5*3
i . 34 38 572
. 33 38 4fiG
. 40 33 G48
i . 38 32 543
. 31 41 G37
. 26 44 371
Won. Lost P.C.
. 45 Zl 682
. ?'i 26 COO
. 3a 30 524
-...30 28 517
.22 39 361
. 22 40 355
i . 22 42 344
Si Won. Lost P.C.
Cak ?I.35 25 GS3
Phi) dfchta .32 27 542
St. &?H . 35 31 530
Pitt) Inflfe . 31 28 525
BttS MS... 29 33 'JCS
..Wk.......... 2tJ 30 464
Bro Elfin . 27 34 443
Cl?< nfetl .,. 25 32 439
Won. Lost P.C.
Btu CAlB .. . ... 37 25. r.97
Kav ia!City 3? 27 591
Cbv a A.?lu... 38 29 567
PHI i*o?g 35 28 556
KOA sfi . 33 , 33 GOO
HMVtt . 30 30 455
graUtrc_24 3J? 381
iBu?afi. 24 43 35S
Bc mm -,-_
*?+?* ????+? ?
tESTEBDAY'S RESULTS. *
Sq n? bern League.
Icbllp i; New Orleans S; seven
I obi le 6; New Orleana 0;. sewn
|?B by agreement.
ningham 1; Atlanta 4.
( Cha tia nong a 8; Memphis C.
'ittle Rock 0; Nashville 2.
South Atlantic League.
Augusta u; Macon 2.
innah'l; ColumbuB 2.
HeWoit'*; Albany G.
Columbia 13; Jacksonville 7.
Columbia 4; Jacksonville 1; seven
innings by ugreement.
'^Ifflp 11 -.? ?
At Brooklyn 2; Kansas City ll.
At, Newark 6; Chicago 7; twelve
Ai ?altimore 1; Pittsburgh 6.
At Buffalo 9; Louts 1.
At t. Louis 2; Pittsburgh 0.
At St. Louis ^Pittsburgh 4;
.-At Philadelphia 8; Boston 5.
ii At Brooklyn 7; New York 0.
/ At Cincinnati 1; Chicago 0.
f^Cincinnati 0; Chicago 2.
At Boston 10; Philadelphia 5.
At Boston 10;, Philadelphia 7.
At New York 4; Washington 1.
^At Detroit 7; Cleveland 2.
At Chicago 8; t. Louts C.
Street Commissioner J. Newton
Johnson has just returned from atrip
in North Carolina in which he visited
the citied of Qrennaboro, High Point,
Lexington and Winstor -Salem. Mr.
Johnson saya that Florence is tbe
cleanest and beat/Uept cPv cf them all.
Ho suVs that Lexington was tho clean
est looking North Carolina town that
he saw oa the trip.-Florence Times.
> Large Cr.hbagea.
W. J. Alexander of Mauldltt; brought
a sample bead of cabbage to Green
ville, and judging from this sample,
Mr. Alexander has cabbages which ^
nonpareil. The one he brought to Too
New., office weighed 14 pounds, and
a Bound os could be desired. He
that in his garden ho baa about
cabbage planta, and that the aver?
St?e weight pei hone: will be 10 pound?.
you would 'je done by.
TTS?' make? ?ora, burning, tired feet
fairly donee witt delight. Away go Ike
Af bm and pain?, tike corn?, ralbas?,
blistw? and bunions.
out <he acids and
poi??*?* that pad
up .ycor fe**- No
matter bow bard
yee . week? .hew
icug you dance,
how far yeo
walk, oe bow lone
Twenty-rive word* or ' .MA. OB* 1
Six linus tl 00.
All Advertisement over twenty-fit
word. Hates on 1,000 words to
No advertisement taken for U-as
If your name appear* In tba tels
yonr want ad to 821 and a bill wlH
SUBSCRIPTIONS TO DAILY INTEL?
LUJE NC Ell AT REDUCED PRICE
During the Pally Intelligencer con
test which closed March, 1914, in or
der to secure votes to win the cap
ital prize. I purchased a number of
subscriptions tc. 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 tho contest.
I will sell a limited number ot sub
scriptions to the Dally Intelligencer
at the rate of $3.00 a year to anyone
wishing to subscribe or renew their
subscription to this paper, or nt a
rate of $1.25 a year to the Semi
weekly Intelligencer. If interested,
address P. O. Box 347, Anderson.
WP EN YOU can not seo right step lb
our Optical Depa.-tmcnt and get just
the Glasses you need. Complete
grinding plant. Cyes scientifically'
tested. Dr. M. Ic. Campbell^ Ixmlsa
3. HUgenboeker, assistant, 112 W<
Whllner St., Ground Floor.
Depositors In Ttye-Formers Loan &
Trust Co. will pienso leave their pas's
hooks so that thc July Interest may
bo enter. T. I. BIIWNLEE,
July 1. 1915. Cashier.
Decide the Question
next time you suspect
you; self of wondering if
it would pay to buy a
?tackle the coal range all
day one of these Hot
Days and cook for your
wife. That will decide the
question for you quickly
Anderson Gas Co.
Via Blue )
Southern Railway, Prem
".Valhalla* Andersen, .tinten and ul
j ir bedale aud Excursion Fare? a
IL B. IL IL No. IS
Lv Walhalla ........ 7:00 a. m., *IV>0
West Union ...... 7?05 ? 4,fi0
Cherrys Crossing. St 15 a, sa? $4.40
Autnn.S $01 4.85
Anderson . HtSl 4M
! Ar Belton. St00 -
|Lv Relton._WO* 4M
Henea P&?k.8x15 UM
ftkaaiK Junction... 0:85 .8.75
4bb?vIke . 0:00 3.75
Special Train Leaves Columbia 2:10
Tl-=^3-,, * \'
Excursion ticket* will li? geedKgoi)
mentioned above and will be goad reit
including norning trains leaving Charl
Ample coaches will tte provided on
j aMy rutndlo th* excursionist*.
Hpeud a week-end st the ISLE O
i ou4 restaurant?.
iJaBC?ng every afternoon and nlRiit
CONTINUOUS CONCERTS BY' TILE :
Remember, Y?o Rave 'FOU
MAKE IT Y?UB PASTIES Fi
.u . ' ' ? 111 ' 111
? t> f -
Une 35 cen1?. Tore* Time? 60 ??ata,
. word? pro ?-a ta hit each additional
be Ubcd in a nouth mada on appll
thai SB cea ta, cub In advance.
phone directory /ea can telephone
be malled after Ita insertion for
}YANTF.I>~rive heavy-weight stall-fed
cattle, Will puy good price ior thom.
W. A. Power, Phono \\\~.
| WANTED-You to know that 1 am ?
still on tho job with tim best wood
and coal on tile market. If you
don'f believe It tr> me. \V. O.
rimer. Phone 649. Successor to
Piedmont Coal and Wood Co.
j Wauled-1JMM) suits, to,clean.and pres?
--expert cleaners Afd prossers. Rat? i
iBfaction guaranteed. Phone 767.
Anderson Cleaning and Pressing Co.
FOR SALE-Ono No. 88 McCray cooler
for mont market. 7X5, LO foct high.
Kee or write S: L'McCullough. Iva.
S. C. 4.1.3t
VOIt SALE-Puro Mountain Grown
Looko?t Mountain Seed Potatoes
the very beat"variety for July plant*
lng. Purman Smith? SeodBmaU;
FOK SALE-Ono 10-ghllon power Ice |
Cream ITroejorV^wlth motor? ?t?.r
compl?tai. XKHpSJr burgftlu. South
ern i^ne^flmtes co. c-ii;*-:?t I
NOTICE TO CBEDWOBS.
All persons, haring 'claimR against
the ostatc of Alpm El I IBO.:, deceased,
are hereby notrndd to present them
properly proven to tho undersigned
within tho time proscribed hy law,
and those Indebted to make Settlement.
WORK DONE FOR THE BOUNTY
AND PURCHASES FOB TUE
Tiie public ls again warned that on
ly such work doue on th? public roads
of the county as is authorized by the
supervisor or one of the Board of
CommlsBlonors wU}. Jlio^ paid by the
Board of Co.mni|flsj[pncraA.-jrhe only
personB .-authorized to buy ^material,
goods, wares and'morchandise' for the
county;aro tho supervisor, tho county
commissioners, the steward of the
county home and the sergeants of the
chain ganga. All these parties are
equipped with order bocks and orders
must be attached to all accounts. AU
claims ?not made In- 'pursuance of
abovo conditions will bo 'disapprov
ed and payment refuBcd. ^
J. MACK KING,
June 4th. TMS.
KST ?.; .
^ $9 o C^e>
Ridge and ,
lier Carrieraf the South
?July 8, lois
1 fntermcdailc points, <.? tho fallowing
Hodges ..ll'TSJhi?r 9M?
Breen wend.IO : lr? %JM
New, Market ..... 10?Sn 3.4.1
<mAf l ^# ^w
Cid Tow? .IhOfl
Silier Street_lltlK S.16
Newberry .Il?3H 3.0?
Pesiarla.I ii ? IO j?, m., . 2J*S
IVflk .l?:2I iSM
Alst??. .13:30 ?fe
Ar Columbia .'1;1$5
P. >L, Arrhes Charleston 7:10 l\M.
/, ., j ... i ~i-?-^-.
ag only ?? trains and special' schedule
inning nn ?ny regalar train np to nnd
esioa Tuesday, July IS, II?J.?.
i ali train achedoJ&l ii)**} te comfort
F PA LSI S with tts taagaldeent betel*
. ia the largest 1r%ffittb?n ia the South.
KOTRI) UKTf?ht MILITARY BANI?.
C. GADSDEN SAYRE
405-406 BleekUy Bwlding
. Anderson, S. C
Chisholm, Trowbridge A Sugg?
New Theatre Building
W. Whitney St
' The , "*. ' ;|
"Made in Anderson" Plumb-re
We Now Have
J. P. TODD, N. A. VOYLES an$
"CLD PAT? in oik employ. '
Every one ?D A NO. 1 Good
' tumb? r. ' : i?l
Experienced, Tried and*IYue
Remember please, that we&n and
will send yow Ose man be?* suited
to your nsc?6; so, when m ne?t?
of anything in plw&feutg^ photic
The Plumb Good Plumbers.
12* Rose WH. \ eikanex ?22 nari 50H
\W have Fresh Country Bean?';
Squash. Irish PA ??toes. CiB?f-Sbl