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title: 'The intelligencer. (Anderson, S.C.) 1915-1917, June 06, 1916, Page PAGE SIX, Image 7',
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HATS MABEL MUST HAVE THIS SUMMER
No parent ?/ho knows w>at sum
mer means to the summed .girt ought
to- be without this directory of tho
hats Mftbol twill need to mako a
ohowing, during the next fow mouths.
. The top photograph shown a Binart
broad, trimmed hat In tan milan with
facing and crown of flesh colored
georgette crepe, - .A .cluster of field
flowers iondu' ? d?ilnty contrasting
noto and ; smart'form of. trimming.
The-middle photograph illustrate]
n *mart and-practical dcveljpmcut in
the-way of sport* hats allowing tht
use'of a wool braid and brim of gold
mllan straw. Tho 'arrangement ol
tho straw braid as trimming la an
Tho picture at tho bottom ahows a
hnt which la a combination of white
milan, and .black/volcet. Tbe crown
1? n clover tan effect with donkey
cars protruding directly forward
from tho crown?
Those who haven't
Q, 'frank Johnson,
Sole Agents ; E. * a. Marshall
. Phone 90
1 iS'yourVliponshire laundered by,'?b.v, The sh?rtis'al^a^W?ely. finished,
catstu^ from. Burplusy?t?^^^lhe body- or
- ' ' The'collars, arc evenly shaped,, have-'smooth
The, cuffs bend
>.l hug your;wrJU)ls i
:. You'll llkoour
xsbn Steam LauiifJry
"t?aa.-n.i? n n ?...?iuiihi?..,?Km..... n mum i mwt.i
Hi j m,, m:i, ! i ;V ... 11 h in'; I
~, r ';i WC ?adkrton* Greenville*
c^u^t is offered to
xpi?t^i^kiag a-business course .any time
vant?e to arrange wit?ru$ fOrat^ow-. -f?
JwftH?t us prepare y??tfor it. DAY
At Boatoii 0; Chicago JL .. % li
At Brooklyn 3; Pittsburgh 2.
At New York ?; Cincinnati 3. (10 j
At Philadelphia 6; St. Louis &. (ll
At Chicago 2; New York 3.
At Detroit 3; Washington p.
At Cleveland 0; Boston 5.
At St. Louis-Philadelphia, wet
Ai N'aHhviiie 14; Atlanta 1.
At Chattanooga 1; Birmingham 8.
At Memphis' 2; New Orleans G.
At Little Hock-Mobile, wet grounds.
At Columbia 6; Albany 0.
At Charleston 3; Macon 0.
At AugUBta 6; Columbus 3.
At Jacksonville i; Montgomery .">.
.NEW GULL INFLAM)KU
Werner to Play For Charles,
Charleston, Juno 6?IClraer O. Wer
ner, a second baseman bought by the
Charleston South Atlantic Jcaguo
club fro mthe Cedar Rapids, Iowa,
club of tho Central association, a
GI?b D league, reported to Manager
Hamilton yesterday. Heinle Hewcll,
former second packer, has been re
Ilonel Complaints *n India.
In a lecture at one of the Dosl
Moinos, Iowa, churches a missionary]
from India told of going into the in
terior of India where ho wob taken
Biok, that he had a bottle of Cham
berlain's remedy Chollc and Diarrhoea
Remedy with him and hoi loved that
it saved his life. This remedy is
used.successfully in India both as a
preventive and euro tor cholera. "Kou
may' know from this that it can be
denerdod upon for tho milder forms
of bowel complaint that occur in this
country Obtainable everywhere
Blue Ridge and Southern]
From Anderson, S. C.
St. Louis, Mo. $25.65
Account Demoerntic National Con-1
vent tor.. Tickets on sale June 9, 10,!
il. with final limit June 36th. 1016.
Detroit, Mkh. $27.75
Account American Medical AbsocU-.I
tlon. Tickets en rale June 8, 9, *0, |
with final limit June 21, 1910.
Rock tfin, S. C $4,45
Account Winthrop College Summer.
School. Tickets on Bale-June 12, 13.
jr, vs. 29, 3d. wtth final limit Ju'y
Account Pedbody College Summer
School. Tickets on sale June 13. 14,
15. Id. 19. 24, July 20. 22, 24, final
limit 16 days frotn. date of sale.
Ch&rlotfeaviHc, Va. $12.20
Account University of Virginia
Summer School. Tickets .onsal?
June 18 to 26 with final limit 16
nays from date of sale. Ticket can
be extended until September 30 by
paying a fee of Sl.00
Buffalo, N. Y. $30.05
Aocoiot Ancient Arable Order, No.b^
[les of ?fystlc Shrine. Tickets oh sale
iJulv 9. 10, with final limit July
S.i. 1916. .
Baltimore, Md, $17.95
I. Account B. P * 6. Bs Tickets oh
[bbIb July 6, 6, 7. *. 9. with final limit
[July 19. 1916.
For detailed information a'^piy to
local,' ticket. *g?ht or communicate
! with J, ' ,n. ' Anderson, Supt, Ander
son, S. 0.
. ' . l?UlOTv
^ ON. ? lib?r?t dis- '
; you are cont?m
M^?M to your ad
a good position if y?a J
--? -run m. I.tm?l-tth?mmr-r>?
S. C. Webb
Joins Columbia Baseball Team
In South Atlantic League ?
The folio Jng from, The State of
yesterday la of Interest to the many
friends of Mr. S. C. Webb:
S. C Webb, welt known football
and baseball star, who .von distinc
tion as an athlete at Clcm?on col
lege, arrived in Columbia last night
with tho intention of becoming a
member of the Columbia baseball
team. Webb Is a first baseman.
Webb was sent to Wheeling, W. Vn..
by Pittsburgh, for a tryout. I^isl
season ho pl?y?*?i cent-pro ba?i in
Georgia and South Carolina. H9 is
STANDING OF CLUBS
Won Lp?t Pet.
Augusta. .. . .26
Charlesta;].. .. I...251
Montgomery.. .. ..24
Jacksonville.. r. ,.2.l
Columbus..'.:. .. ..20
Macon. .. is
Won Lost P. C.
Nashville; :, .31 16 6601
New Orleans.31 17 646 [
Atlanta.... .. i. ..25 23 541
Chattanooga.. .. ..25 23 621'
Birmingham.;, i. ..22" 27 '4401
Memphis.. .... ..20 27 426
Little Rock.. . i _18 27 400 I
Mobile. _17 29 370
Cleveland.... .. ..27
Washington. 24 .
Boston..,. .. .... . .?3
Detroit_ .... ,f,, ..20
St. Louis.. ...... ..19
St. Louis.. .; 'V: ..t'9""
Boston . ;.- : . : i^ifr
'. 24 ' '
Local market 12.50;
I July. .
I Dec ".
New York spots 12.75.
York Market ?.-?*, J
Qnen High Low Close
..12.59 12.67 12.69 12.65
. .12,74 12.80 12.74 12.77
..12.91 12.OT 13.91 12.93
13.04 13.04 12,98 13.00
I May- Juno .. .. '.7.6ft
;Juiy-Am: .. .. .. .. .. ..s.l?
|Oct- Nov .. . . .. .. i. . .7.84
IPELZER PLANS TO
j Will Be Biggest Homy C?l?bra
t?on Town Ever Staged
P?lcar, June 5,-^Tho i??mm?tto? on
arrangements Is planning one of the
biggest Fourth of July, c?l?brations
that has ever been pulled off at Pel
sor,.' Th? public in the . Piedmont
section of South Carolina knows thiit
Pelser has had sota? grand col bbra
Uo'jB on the Fourth.
Ar'full and complete .program will
be announced later., .Howbver, a few
things may bo mentioned that have
already -been arrangea for . amopfc
v^hlch nro 'bnsehali'-' grimes, balloon
"oBceusion,, horse racing, motorcycle
racing/ and air kinds .of athletic
stunts. Good O^ih prises will be
awarded the wit??> r* 'in, each contest.
Another feature ' may. ; bo. mentioned
and that is the Bhate'battlV/;w^ich -iu
so exciting to .both .;bl*d and young,
w.hloh will to fduirht .bjr? tho Smyth
rifles. i? & t )nla!tkj^'?,Tne^9oy >: scouts
IwflC atsa do thei^; part ;to mak;o. ' the
day lone of'plotvsure;;v.-:;iTho;-"';Smyilj
Concert band "will 'gi*.e .tWb concerts;
one In tha forenoon dad one in the
aftarii??n. Prof, ^ra?ter it?s ?bout
W'*w?t class mus?sdanB in his hand
-Ms e*ci$e?t tr?tadagy we
Confvdcrte* may ha Assured
jolr r^wrion -wtll^b^^erd. As pre
i^iously stated <he .tell gffoarmm-wlll
I les ana ,<^M^i.|iMt; M**9
Slip a few Prince Albert
' into yojuH
... ... , /..;. ?
You've heard many an earful about the Prince Ajtjert
patented process that cut's out bite and parch and lets you
smoke ypuij nit without a comeback! Stake your bank roll that
it proves out every hour of the day.
Prince Albert, has always been sold
without " coupons or premiums. We
prefer to give quality !
the national joy smoke
There's sport smoking a pip? or rolling
* your own, but -you /cr?owthat you've got
to have the ri^ht tobacco 1 V/e tell you
Prince Albert will bang the doors wide
open for you to tcoriie in on a good time
firing up every little so often, without a
regret! You'll feel like your smoke .past.,
has been wasted and will be sorry you cannot "'j
back up for a fresh start.
You swing on this say-so like it was a tip to a
thouf.sttid-dol?sr bill ! It's worth that in h^pi
ness and contentment to you, to every mari
who knows What cari be
red tin, and in
.fuct, every Prine*
'Albert package, haa
jjpr 'HVr*id me??occ to-you
on Hb revere* aidei Youl!
rend ;?"Ptpceia patented
S -July .Wtn>J907.""'That meone
?lint ihr Drilled StateaQovarn
. I mi nt haagrontrd ? patent on tha
tfroces? by which Prince Albert it
made. An I by which ten fu* ort? mn?
throai-par?h nrc cut cut ! Rvery
vhcra fobacc? la sold you'll find
Prince* Albert awaiting you
Jn torpy redbaxa.Sc: tidy
tcA tint, 10c; handsome
pound and half-pound
tin humidors and in
that clever cryr.tnl
,'pnnfic - molitener
top, that keep* ths
tobacco In such
' fine condition?
en sluices of system each morning
wash away th?f;ppis?.nQus, stagnant
: -matter,--saVs authority.
AZlM?ss: ?f hot tfatefr/ "witli fro ' teaspoonful ' -ol
limestone plif^ph^uri ifc, drank each |
morning: bejEo^'hreakfast; keeps
0L?ifo ismot merely to .live, but .;.V'fying'the entire alime?
to live well, eat well, digest .well, ' before putting more food -into
work well, sleep well, look well the. stomach. The action of hot
[What a ; gl?H?us-jcn^dlii?n^-t? water and JiiriestonO; rphosphate -1|f|?
attain; ?lid yet how vei'y ^
if one will bi?y adopt the ? It cleans oufj
dnsid6 tya?L >alltnesourtf^^
Folks who are acmistomed to - i ^ato Md acidi^^d^y^^ne-;
feel -dull fcfind heavy when they a splendid appetite for breakfast
?from a cold, foul tbrtgue,:.-nasty breakfaat the ^vater and phos
?^ho?e of'-^he miUions., of .,
t^gnant watted. . ?re bothered withH?i?#Ctp^?on, '
ty h ^r'^e?L'- sh?t?di- each inortfing^ ^TheninAtism; others, who ^?avo
^ dek?y et^pM?^ />
diiv'sr ??tges'tihjlD w?^e, sour i^iteci?wf to mak? iihyone a! pro
htle and ^c?^?|? (to?ins ; thus ; > ^o%ic?4 c??
cleansing,, ^^^'^t?wog / ?ft?. pvtri-, , ; ; ixtt^s"??i