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with any cigarette at any price I You get thc
flavor of thc delightful blend of choice
Turkish and choice Domestic tobaccos. It's
more pleasii lg than cither kind smoked straight?
Turkish and Domestic Blend
arc smooth und fragrant. ' 1 li?y won't bite your tongue
and won't parch your thro.-.t and leave HO unpleasant
Camels sell 20 for 10c. Owing to
the cnsl ol thc choice tobaccos blended
in Camels.do not look for premiums
If '/'irr denier eetn't euppfy yoa,
crnd I Oe for one vaehngeor $1 DO
f..r ,i . arion of tin package* <2UO
cigarette?), 9 int pottage prepaid.'
if offer mmnking one package you
are nut delighted with CAMELS,
return the other nina pachagma
and um tedi refund your dallar
and r- ?
J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO.
Wmstuo-Salcm, M. C.
Women Swimmers After World Championships.
'?.?.?? j ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
I1 h i bul cl i lila.
.Mrs. Lillian Howard
tfsira aro throe daring women,
water exports who will "be competi
tion for tit?* world champion ah Ipa it,
the Puuainu-l'aiilie Exposition If I ii -
il ti . - m.'nt to get Hiern to i>nter com
ing conteste there nre rando. They
now have world wide reputations and
they ari? now above competing with
Mian Bartlett won a cup for fancy
diving nt a recent sportmah's show in
New York City, and is considered one
of tho greatest fancy divers. Mrs.
Howard In 191*, won the raeo from
Hie Hatter; to Coney Island, moro
than thirteen miles against n field of
mon. She is a wonderful long dis
tune- swimmer, who has time nnd
TAKE SALTS Ft
We Should Drink Lots of Water and Eat
Noted Authority on Kidney Di
_ . fi
Recommends a Spoonful of Jad Salts In Gia
Breakfast to Stimulate Kidneys an
the Uric Acid
Uric ncid ?n meat excites tho kidneys, they
become overworked, Bet sluggish, nolie, nnd fool
like lumps of loud. The urine becomes cloudy;
the bladder is irritated, and yon may bo obliged
to seek relief two or throe limes durine; iho night.
When thc kidneys clog you must help thcmfhi.sh
off the body's utinous \va>h or you'll bo a, ro:d
eiclc person shortly. At first you fool a ?lull
wisrry ia tho kidney region, you suffer from
?backache, sick headache, dizziness. stomnoh pets
pour, tongue; ranted and you fool rheumatic
twinges when tho weather is bad. r?
?.??Eat less meal.' drink lots, of water; also cot
from any nhariiinei.-... four ounces of Jud Salts*
fake a tablesuoouful ?? i glass of water "before
breakfast for A fi
then act fine. Ti
tho acid of grap
with li thia, and
to clean clogged
to normal activit
in urine, so it no
thus ending Mad
Jad Salts is in
a delightful offen
kidneys clean a
they sell lois of J
DIES IN COLORADO
Joseph A. Holmes, Director of
Federal Bureau of Minea
Native of Laurens County.
Denver, July 13.-Joseph Austin
Holmes, director of the federal bur
..au of mines at Washington, and
widely known as a geologist, died
hero this morning of tuberculosis.
Mr. Holmes was a native of South
Carolina ami years old. A widow
ami four children surviv? him.
.Mr. Holmes is accredited with mak
ing "saTety first" a national move
ment. He took for it a slogan of thc
huruuu's work and ii spread to ?ill
branches of industrial activity. Mr.
Holmes wits regarded as tho father nf
tbe bureau of mines, which by a cam
paign ot education and experiment
largely reduced the death among the
miners. .Mr. Holmes always Insisted
upon going where bis trained rescu
ers went, taking upon himself tin- du
ties of moro robust men. This ls
believed seriously affected bis health.
Sketch of His Life.
Joseph Austin Holmes, was born in
Laurens county, Nov.-tuber "':! IKSS.
Il,, was the son of Z. L. and Cather
ine (Nichols) Holmes. 1 le lived it.
laurens for the first pan of bis life,
being educated at the Laurens Aca
demy and Holmes sein d in that
town. After finishing these schools,
however,, be went to Cornell and gra
duated there in issi.
On October 20. INST be married Miss
Joanie I. Sprout, in Wilmington, N.
c.. who survives bim. IL' continued
lil' residence in North Carolina for
several years, being professor of geo
logy and natural history in the Uni
>?Tsity of North Carolina, and then
state geologist until 1904. In 1904 lie
was placed in charge of the United
State (esl lng laboratories in St. I .nuis
for testing fuel and building material,
lie figured largely In the geological
displays of the United States at the
world's exposition. Since that time
be has received many promotions and
nt tb,, time of bis death was director
of the federal bureau n: mines at
Washington, which position he had
bel dior several years.
He was a brother of N. J. Holmes,
the well known evangelist.
/Inc Miners' Strike Off.
Joplin, Mo., July 13.-A strike of
nearly 5,000 lead and zinc miners
which began herc two weeks ago end
ed today when every mine In the dis
trict resumed operations. There was
no Settlement. The men went back
to the mines and asked for their,
placen at the old wage scale. Thc
miners have not asked recognition
for their newly formed union.
T<> Regulate Food; Prices.
Home,-July 1?.-A conference of
the mayors of Milan. Turin, (leona,
Florence, Palermo and Naples ras
been summoned to meet in Rome to
discuss means for fixing maximum
prices on foodstuffs throughout Itally,
mid after precautionary measures,
such as the prohibition of thc slaugh
ter of young calves.
ngaln proved herself able to endure
as much as the men who compete
with ber. Miss IL>bus of PhllaC'l
phia. has swum tho route from Ches
ter to Philadelphia on thc Delaware
Hiver. IG .1-2 miles, against the best
men swimmers. She was second in
the race from the Battery to Coney
Island last year.
Less Meat, Says
iss of Water Before
d Eliminate ?^- J
ew days and your kidneys wilt
'his famous salts is made from
es and lemon juice, combined
has been usted for generations
t kidneys and stimulate them
:y, also to neutralise the acids
longer is a source ol irritation,
expensive, cannot injure, makes
rescent lithia-water drink which
take now ami then to keep the
nd active. Druggists here say
ad Salts to folks who believe in
tey trouble while it is onay
RESIDENT Til LAY QUESTION
OF I'OLICV BEKOHL CABINET
(COSTINL'EU FROM PA?B ONE.
the l'nited Slate? as a victory for
tin? military und naval clemente of
t'ermany anil as Insulting to th??
United stan ts. Tin; Novoo Vreinya
says: "Every lin?; of Hi'- German an
swer tramples upon tin- neutral rights
und honor of the L'nited State?. |> 7
word breathes the conviction that
the l'nited States will riot dare insist
upon her ri^lit?-.
? STANDING OF THE CLUBS. *
Won. Lost P. C.
Augusta. 19 lu ?155
Columbus. 1? il 621
Columbia. 17 ll ?07
Charleston. lt) 13 5?
Jack onville. IS 18 r.00
Macon. 13 17 4X1
Al hauy. ll 17 ?193
Savannah. ll 18 379
Won. Lost. P. C.
Memphis. 00 36 f.8l
New Orleans. 48 35 57?
Nashville. 47 38 553
Birmingham. 45 38 542
Atlanta. 41 42 491
Mobile. 37 45 4SI
Chattanooga. 36 48 429
Little Hock. 29 51 363
Won. .Lost. P. C.
Chicago. 50 28 041
Boston. 4? 27 ?30
Detroit. 47 31 603
Now York. 40 38 51;
Washington. 35 39 473
St. Uiuitt. 29 44 397
Philadelphia. 28 4? 37S
Cleveland. 27 47 . 36E
Won. Lost. P. G
Philadelphia. 39 33 542
Chicago. 40 34 541
Ht. Louis. 4t 38 . 541
Brooklyn. 38 30 514
Pittsburgh. 38 37 507
New York. 33 36 4781
Cincinnati. 32 37 464
Boston. 33 43 434
Won. Lost P.C.
St. Louis. 44 31 587
Baltimore. 29 46 387
Kunsas City. 45 32 584
Chicago. 43 3. 573
Pittsburgh. 40 34 541
Ne-v?.rk. 40 36 526
Bul?lo. 33 45 423
Brooklyn. 33 45 423
4> f ESTERDAY*S BE BOLTS* *
At New York 4; "Chicago 3.
At Brooklyn 1; Cincinnati 5.
At Philadelphia 8; St. Louis
At Boston 1; Pittsburgh 3.
At Hostau 7; Pittsburgh G.
At Chicago 7; Philadelphia 0.
At Cleveland 3; Boston 7.
At Cleveland 6; Boston 5.
At netriiit S; New York 2.
At Detroit 8; New York 10.
At St. Louis 2; Washington 3.
At St. Louis 3; Washington 0.
At Baltimore 5; Brooklyn 6.
At Pittsburgh 0; Kansas City 1.
At St. Louis 0; Chicago 2; four
At Buffalo-Newark; postponed,
At Atlanta 4; Memphis 3.
At New Orleans 7; Little Rock 8.
At Mobile 1; Nashville -3.
Ai Birmingham 3; Chattanooga 2.
South Atlantic League,
At Columbia 6; Savannah ll.
At Columbus 2; Albany 1.
At Jacksonville 3; Macon 10.
At Ch a -1 eaton 3; Augusta 4.
At Charleston 1; Augusta 0. Second
game fourteen Innings.
Following* ls the Hst of letters re
maining uncalled for In tho postoftice
at Anderson, S. C., for tho week end
ing July 14, 1915. Persons calling
for these will please Bay that they
were advertised. One cent due on
all advertised matter.
A.-Miss Bessie Adams.
C.-Dock Chastaln. Miss Flora M.
Crnise. Mattie Clemons, Mrs. Nor
rian Cagle, 8. A. Cox.
E. --Ailsa Emmer Ellis. C. T. Eld
er, R. A. Elrod.
F. -R. 8. Fowler, Johnnie Fisher.
G. - Miss' Bertha Gaines, Miss
Mamie nar th ian.
II.-Misa Ina Hall. E. F. Ham
mond. Mrs. Dora Msc Honis.
M.-Thomas McAdams, Jno. M.
Tier, J. K. Miller, Miss Fannie Me
nee. Have MdCullnm. Miss Addie
Maxwell. Arnott Martin.
P-Miss' Bra Parke*.
Q-A. N. Queen.
8-Mises Sarah Simmons, Dan
Stark. Anna Simmons.
W.-Berater Ware, Frank Ware.
Miss Bethel Williams.
(Fountain Inn Tribune.)
When J. A. DeBard lived at a little
wide place-' In the road known . as
Welford, rtror In Spartanburg coun
y. 20 yearn ago. he had as net.;"ihors
1 family ot Millers.
The Miller family w<\n poor. What
they had they dug ont of tho ground,
ind the purchase o fa barrel of floor
was a transaction to be approached
with careful clculatton and study of
. One of Cha Miller boys x/as named
C. GADSDEN SAYRE
405-406 Bleckley Building
Anderson, S. C
Chisholm, Trowbridge & Suggs
New Theatre Building
W. Whitner St
RUFUS FANT, Jr.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Anderson, :-: South Carolina
H. H. Rosenberg
TAILOR FOR MEN
134 North Main
j Fro L&>Say
Fitted perfectly by our corset ?ero
$3.50 to $12.50
-Mrs. B. Graves Boyd
PUT CREAM IN N0S?
AND STOP CATARRH
Telle IIow To Open Clogged Nos
trils and End Head-Colds.
You feel fine in n few moments
Your cold in head or catarrh will bi
gone. Your clogged nostrils will
open. The air passages of yonr heat
will clear and you can breathe free
ly. No moro dullness, headache; m
hawking, snuffing, muscous discharge!
or dryness; no struggling for hr cati
Veli year druggist you want a ema!
bottle of Ely's Cream Balm. Apply t
little ot! this fragrant, antiseptic
cream In your nostrils, let it pene
trate through every air passage ol
the head; soothe and heal the swol
len, inflamed mucous membrane, ant
relief comes Instantly.
It ls just what every cold am
catarrh sufferer needs. Don't sta:
stuffed-up and miserable.
Androw. He was a long, nwkwart
chap, grown uup like n weed on t
terrace, and sandy !r and an In
finite variety of fr? . -s conspired t?
make hint homel; Dut he as B
worker. From an hour before daj
to the gathering of the night, "he hil
the pace. He chopped wood, mllket
the cows, pulled fodder. He followec
a shave-tall down many a long, loni
furrow, and fought crabgrass th<*ougl
many a blistering summer, lie knew
as you know, the delight of walklnf
through the cool grass around th?
houso after coming in soaked am
salty from a hard day behind th?
Hut bo thrived, on work. Ho wai
as hard as nails, and a diet of fat
back, corn bread and pot-llcker kepi
him flt as an athlete.
He went to school over lu Well
ford; finisred there, and went awaj
to college. He wanted to "be some
body." After finishing the college
course, he got a job there as instruc
tor. "Professor,** they called him.
He Wanted to be a lawyer. Whai
ho wants, he gets. That is his guid
lng principle-go after what yot
want and never give up. A la wye ?
ho became. *
I don't know whether he evei
made money as a lawyer. Probabl)
not. At any rato, ho began to hun
ger for the feel of soft dirt, nat
went back to tho farm.
He ls farming now, np neat
Greer-arming ndd raising cattle,
Folks up there say be is a great suc
cess. They look to him aa a sort pi
model. People all ovor fie stat?
.know him as a breeder of fino cattle
And tito pcoplo who knew him best
his farmer nelghbors-^says ho is jusi
as plain as an old ??hoe. and as squan
and honest as a man can be. He ii
old-fshioned and simple a. id whole
gome; but for all tho rusty scabbard
that encases him. his mind is as kee.r
aa a battle sabre. He isn't a mar
given to theories or 'ollg?os. He it
educated, but he is practical-full ol
..omlunn, hard sense.
Morgan and Nicholls and Johnsor
and Oantl, who are runtil.?g against
him for congress, are going to har?
a tight on their hands, for Miller If
the sort of man who appeals tc
townfolk and countryfolk attke.
I don't want to appear to b<
"boosting" Miller. I'm Jvat telling
you who ho ls ?nd what he ls.
So far as I am personally concern
ed. I don't Uko him. He told me on.
day that b^ thought a man ought* tc
be out or Li'd, winter and summer, al
4:30 a. m.
And that's too darned soon.*
A stalk of mint boiled with new po
tatoes improves the flavor, as slat
doon a lump ot sugar put ia witt
twenty-five word* or ieee. One *
Bis Tim JO SL0O.
All advertisement over twen?y-flv
word. Hates on 1,000 words to
No advertisement taken for fsa
If vour name appears In the tele
yonr want ad to 221 and a bill wlH
WANTE 1?-You to know that I am
still on the Joh with the best wood
and coal on thc market, If you
don't believe it try me. W. O.
rimer. Phono 649. Successor to
Piedmont Coal and Wood Co.
for months of August and Septem
ber. Address, X. V Z care Intelli
gencer. - tf.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
All persons having claims against
tho estate of 13. B, Breazeale deceased,
are hereby notified to present thom
properly proven to the Undersigned
within tho time proscribed by ?aw
and those indebted to make settlement.
iM. T. Breazeale,
File claims either with executor
Mt. Olive, ti. C., or with Breazeale and
Poarman attys., Anderson, s. C.
The prettiest in the State
-that is the remark so fre
quently made. It must be
true. We know we have
one of the cleanest and most
salary Drug Stores in the
Our Soda Fountain is
equipped with boiling hot
water running continuously
to sterilize our soda glasses,
Did you know that?
We are cranky when it
comes to cleanness-both in
our Soda and Drug Depart
ments, lt costs you no more
to get the best.
WM. E. ATKINSON
The Hillary fol lege of South Carolina'
Announced ns "Distinguished Mili
tary College" by U. S. War Depart
Kuli courses in Civil Engineering,
Sciences, English and Modern Lan
Confers B. S. nnd C. E. degrees..
All expenses pay cadets from South
Carolina $282 a year.
Two scholarships worth $300 each
aro vacant from Anderson county, and
will be filled by competitive examina
tion at tito county seat on the 13th
day of August, 1915.
For necessary information and
blanks apply to
COL, 0. J. BOM), j
The Citadel, Charleston, 8. C
Rupture Expert Here
Well Known to 1 catling Physicians
Who Indorse His Methods.
W. B. SEELEY, tho noted rupture
specialist of Philadelphia, is sending
hi? personal representative to Ander
son to minister to the needs of the
ruptured public, thoroughly equipped
and prepared to deal with the most
difficult cases. Interested parties can
consult him free of charge at . the
Hotel Chiquola, Friday and Saturday.
July 16 and 17.
SEELEY'S Spermatic Shield Truss,
as used and approved by the U.' S
flovoramcnt and tho Czar of Russia,
will retain any eas? or rupture per
fectly, affording immediate relief, and
closes the opening in a short time on
the average case. It produces results
without surgery or harmful Injections.
No leg straps to Irritate and soil.
No binding of hips. Clean and dur
Examination and advice free.
Personal references on request
v'ut out and keep for reference.
j 1021 Walnut St? Philadelphia.
im? 26 ccu'?, Three Time? M cento,
. words pro rs ts for ?sch additional
be used in s fonth msde on sppll
thsn 26 cent?, essb tn td van??.
phone directory fra caa telephone
be m&tled after lt? Insertion for
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test which closed March, 1914, in or
der to seeure votes to win tho cap
ital prize, I purchased a number of
subscriptions to tile Dally Intelli
gencer at. the rate of 15.00 a year,
lu ord r to get Home of the money
buck which 1 put into the contest,
1 will sell a limited number of sub
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?'HEN YOU can not see right step in
our Optical Department and get just
the Glasses you need. Complete
grinding plant. I?yes scientifically
tested. Dr. M. H. Campbell,, Louisa
S. Ililgcnboeker, assistant, 112 W.
Whitner St., Ground Floor, j
FOR SALE-l\iultry_Sup,pIIeB; to get
fall and winter egg production begin
using now our Laying Mash; Bone
Meal and Darlings Meat Crisps.
Furman Smith, SeedBman, Phone
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C. 8. ALLEN.
We can still supply you with Nancy
Hall Potato Planto at $1.50 per 1,000.
It is not too late to plant Potatoes.
You can set them out np to 15 July
and mako good' crop. So come oh ead
and get the plants.
We have for today fresh pole beans,
cabbage, onions, large hell pepper*,
frying ohlekens, egg?, butter, fresh
pineapples, fresh fish, etc.
Pohns up, 117. Delivery prompt. We
close 10 to ll each morning thia week.
Phone ns carly.
C. F. POWER & SON