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GEISBERG'S W
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'.Princine is Worthy
of Its Container!"
-says Miss Princine
WHEN wc revolutionized the makins of
baking powder and gave our product
the name Princine, we sought for a
perfected container to keep it in. And so
the Princine cup was devised.
lt preserves thc leavening power of Princine
by preserving its dryness. It is more convenient
to use because of the handy handle. And it
is useful around the kitchen after the Princine
is all used up.
No 'solder to cause lead contamination.
No rough edges to out or scratch your hands.
It is easy to open, and airtight when closed.
And best of all, Princine is worthy of it I
tAarrie? "Life
n
A Partnership for Life
and lt's as much the duty of the housewife to make *ne
money which he provides do a full day's work as it is for
him to furnish the necessary money to feed and clothe
the family.
Of course a copper penny by itself isn't very much money,
B-U-T
where you can save a penny or so on every ten or
fifteen cent purchase of groceries and fresh meat, which
you are buying daily, it runs into big money in the course
a year.
Try Us Through July
Spot Cash Grocery
Fame 181.
J. P. ItOBLITT, Manager.
Ul If.
EIL
Thrift
"Waa taught the busy
aaa to fly among the
sweetest flowers, u?
lay Ms feast of heney
bj- te eat ta whiter
hours!
nature teaches as
thrift. Will ran learnt
Pct a wart af your
earnings fa the Barings
Departas eat of Th?
Bank of Anderson.
Tte
BaakofAaderson
The strongest bank
In the county.
?Decide the Question
next time you suspect
yourself of wondering if
it would pay to buy a ?
tackle the coal range all
"day one of these Hoi
Days and cook for youi
wife. That will decide thc
question for you quickly
Merson Gas Co
Phone 844
REM
HIRLWIND ?
? ?
? STANDING OF THE CLUBS. +
? +
Sonta Atlantic.
Won. Loot P. C.
Charleston. 12 10 5451
Albany. 9 ll 450
Columbus. 14 8 6H61
Augusta. 14 7 667
Savannah. 10 12 4G5
Columbia. 12 0 571
Jacksonville. 6 14 300
Mucon. 9 14 391
Southern
Won. Lost. P. C.
Little Rock ...... .29 46 387
Memphis. 44 31 587
Nashville. 44 25 638
Atlanta. 33 40 452
New Orleans. 43 31 681
Birmingham. 41 32 662
Chattanooga. 35 42 455
Mobile. 32 43 427
American.
Won. Lost. P. C.
Philadelphia. 26 43 368
Detroit. 42 28 600
Washington. 32 32 500
Chicago. 46 26 639
Boston. 39 24 619
St. Louis. 26 42 382
New York. 36 34 607
Cleveland. 25 41 379
National,
. Won. Lost P.C
:.'ew York. 27 34 443
Chicago. 38 29 667
St. Louis. 37 36 514
Cincinnati. 30 33 476
Philadelphia. 35 28 656
Brooklyn. 31 35 470
Pittsburgh. 34 32 615
Boston. 30 36 45b
Federal.
Won. Lost P. C.
Pittsburgh. 38 31 561
St. Louis. 40 27 597
Buffalo. 27 46 370
Kansas City. 42 30 583
Brooklyn. 31 40 437
Baltimore. 27 42 3921
Newark. 36 35 600 )
Chicago. 41 31 569
? ?
? YESTERDAY'S RESULTS. *
? ?
MORNING GAMES.
Southern League.
At Atlanta-New Orleans, rain.
At Little Rock 6; .Memphis 5.
At Nashville 5; Chattanooga 1.
At Birmingham-Mobile, wet grounds.
Southern League.
At Agusta-Albany. rain.
At Savannah 3; Jacksonville 4.
At Charleston 7; Macon 2.
At Columbia 3; Columbus 2.
Federal Leagu*.
At Kansas City 0; St Louis 1.
At Brooklyn-Newark, wet grounds.
National League.
At Brooklyn-Boston, wet grounds.
At Pittsburgh 1; St. Louis 3.
At Philadelphia-New York, wet|
grounds.
American League.
At New York 2; Philadelphia 4.
New York 1; Philadelphia 2.
At St. Louis 3; Chicago 1.
iSt. Louis 9; Chicago 3.
At Detroit 3; Cleveland 5.
At Boston 6; Washington 0.
National League.
Af Brooklyn 6; Boston 3.
At Pttsburgh 6; St Louis 0.
At Philadelphia 2; New York 0.
At Chicago 5; Cincinnati 8.
Chicago 7; Cincinnati 12.
Southern League.
At Atlanta-New Orleans, rain.
At Birmingham 3; Mobile 1.
At Nashville 2; Chattanooga 7. ;
At Little Rock 3 ; Memphis 6.
American League. .
At Detroit 9 Cleveland 7.
At Bost?n 4; Washington 0; five In
nings, rain.
AFTERNOON GAMES.
Senta AU an Uc -League.
At Augusta-Albany, rats.
At Savannah' 1; Jacksonville 1; ten
innings, rain.
At Charleston 3; Macon 1; eight
Innings, darkness. .
At Columbia 4 ; Columbus 3.
Federal Lt-ague.
At Baltimore 6; Buffalo g
Baltimore 9; Buffalo 2.
At Kansas City 3; St Louis 4.
At Chicago 3: Pittsburgh 6.
Chicago 2; Pittsburgh 1.
At Newark 1; Brooklyn 2.
For Hay Fever er Asthma.
Mady persons dread July on account
of tho recurrence of hay fever. Foley's
Honey and Tar Compound long has
been recognised as -tue Ideal remedy
for hay fever and asthma, because lt
heals and soothes that raw. rasping
feeling in Ute throat ead eases the
choking aensaUon. It allaya Inborn
matlon and irritation and brings about
easy and natural breathing. Contains
no habit-forming drugs. Evans Phar
I E ?VI E
SHOE SALE 1
QUIET WEDDING
AT THE ST. JAMES
Mr. A. P.-?. Myers of This City and
Miss Mary Nunamaker of Co
lombia Married.
Miss Mary Nunamaker of Columbia
and Mr. A- M. Myers of this city
were quietly married at thc St. James
hotel yesterday afternoon at 4:15
o'clock, the ceremony being perform
ed by Rev. J>. W. Speake.
Mr. Myers waa formerly of Colum
bia and came to Anderson about a
month ago where he is omployed by
the Southern Bell Telephone com
pany. Sunday morning Miss Nuna
maker left Columbia with a party of
friends fur Altapass where they wero
going on a vacation. "Afr.' Myers tuet
them In Belton and there persuaded
the young ladiy not to put off flic ir
maiVriagc any longer lier mother,
who was visiting in Greenville, was
notified of tho decidion and was ask
ed to come to Anderson for thc cere
mony. Miss Nunamaker came to
Anderson Sunday afternoon and spent
Sum J.y night with friends and her
mother readied thc city yesterday
morning.
The ceremony was performed yes
terday afternoon at 4: ?50 in the par
ios of tho St. James. Mrs. Nuna
maker and Mr. James Jressley being
the only witnesses. Immediately af
ter the ceremony the young bride's
mother left for Greenville and was
accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Myers.
Tiiey returned to the city last night
and are stopping for the present at
the St. James hotel.
Mrs. Myers is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. E. P. Nunamaker of Co
lumbia. Sho was wearing a smart
tailored and colored coat snit and
is a very attractive little blond.
Beauty More Than Skin Deep.
A beautiful woman always has good
digestion. If your digestion is faulty.
Chamberlain's Tablets will do you
good. Obtainable everywhere.
.-fr -.?
Plumbing Is a
The Best Plumbers
The Best Material
.j -.1.,., , r
The Best Prices
Repair calls receive the
most prompt attention
We are now prepared
to install nev/ outfits
either on contract or
time and material, un
der the supervision of
an Expert in Plumbing
and Heating.
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.
HARDWARE
COMPANY
SER !
WILL SAVE
Classified
Want Adverti
Wwenty-flve words or Issn, On? VI
Blx Timos 5100.
AJI advertisement over tw?tvj-flv?
word. Bates or 1,000 words to 1
Mon.
No sdrertUoment taken for lass t
If your nama appears In the telai
roar want ad to 821 and a bill wlHt
t/k-ompt payment
MISCELLANEOUS
o . . -
8UBRURIPTI0 NS TO BAILY INTEL
LIGENCER AT REDUCED PRICE
During the Dally Intelligencer con
test which closed March, 1914, In or
der to secure votes to win tho cap
ital prize, I purchased a number of
subscriptions to tho Dally Intelli
gencer at the rate of $5.00 a year.
1 In order to get some of the money
back which I put Into the contest,
I will sell a limited number of sub
scriptions to the Dally Intelligencer
at the rato ot $3.00 a year to anyone
wishing to subscribe or renew their
subscription to this paper, or at a
rate of $1.25 a year to tho Semi
weekly Intelligencer. If Interested,
address P. O. Box 347, Anderson,
S. C. 6-17tt
WHEN YOU can not seo right step in
our Optical Department and get Just
the Glasses you need. Complete
grinding plant. Eyes sclent! Heall y
tested. Dr. M. Campbell, Louisa
S. Hiigenboeker. assistant, 112 W.
Whittier St., Ground Floor.
CITROLAX
CITROLAX!
CITROLAX!
Best thing for constipation, sour
stomach. lazy liver and sluggish bow- ?
els. Stops a sick headache almost at
once. Gives a most thorough and sat
isfactory flushing-no pain, no nau
sea. Keeps your system cleansed,
sweet and wholesome.-H. H, Weih
echt, Salt Lake City, Utah, writes: "I
find Citrolax the best laxitive I ever
used. Does not gripe-no unpleasant
after-effects." Evans' Pharmacy.
Summer Aches .and Pains,
That backache or stiff muscle that
can not be explained on account of
having "sat In a draft and caught
cold" is more than likely the result
of weakened or disordered kidneys.
Foley Kidney Pills promptly relieve
backache, sore, swollen or stiff mus
cles and Joints, rheumatisb and Bleep
disturbing bladder ailments. They put
the kidneys In sound, healthy condi
tion, and help them eliminate uric acid
and other poisons from the system.
Evans Pharmacy.
FUR
Exeu
Of the I
And the
Southern
Thu
V. sibilla, Anderson, Aletea ead all
(schedule ind Excursion Fares t
ll. IL R. R.
Lr Walhalla.
West Calen.
Seneca .
Cherrys Crossing.
Pendleton .
Antun.
Den vcr.
Anderson .
Ar Belton.
Lv Helton.
Henea Path.
Donalds.
Sheela Janette*...
Abbevllee.
We, ll
7:00 a. m,
7:0?
7x8*
9tl6 a. fife
7:50
H?Ot
9:89
.9 t??
9:15
9;37
tim,
9:99
94.50
4M
U*
91.10
1?5
4&
**i
4M
Too
?t&O
8.75
8.75
8.75
Special Trata Leaves Columbia S i to 1
Excursion tickets will he geed gute
mentioned ahoye and will be peod reta
Including monitor trains leaving Chark
Ample coaches wftDhe provided ea
ably handle the excursionists.
Spend a vieek-end at the ISLE Ol
and restaurants.
Rancia? every afteraeon' and night
CQlta?CE?US CONCERTO Ht THE J
Remember, Toa Have FOU
MAXE UP TOUR PARTIES F(
For farther ir.??rniaUn* 9]
W. E. Md?BE,
Asst Clea. Fess Agi,
Columbia, 8. C
YOU MON
Columns
sing Rates
me 35 cen?*, Three Times M cents,
i words prorate for each additional
M used In a routh made on appli
han SC cent?, cash In advance.
?hone directory yea can telephone
te malled after Ita Insertion tor
WANTS
WANTED-You to know that I am
still on the job with the best wood
and coal on the market, if you
don't believe it try me. W. O.
Himer, Phone 649. Successor to
Piedmont Coal and Wood Co.
4-15-tf.
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Bull pups seven weeks
old. Prce reasonable. W. L. Perry,
out White street, one mile southeast
of Anderson. 7-4-3tp
FOR SALE-Pure. Mountain Grown
Lookout Mountain Seed Potatoes
the very best variety for July plant
ing. Furman Smith, Seedsman,
Pbone 464.
LOST
-o
LOST-Umbrella at tent Thursday
night; bas ring on handle. Finder
please leave at Intellgencer office or
phone 361. 74-3t
REWARD-For lost watch. Ladies
sterling silver milled, double case,
gold stem, Illinois, 17 jewel. Return
to Intelligencer office or Phone
637.-?-2-3tp.
Your Attention
Please !
We can still supply you with Nancy
Hall Potato Plants at $1.50 per l.OOOl
It is not too late to plant Potatoes.
You can s .-t them out up to 15 July
and make good crop. So come ohead
and get the plants.
Wc have for today fresh pole beans,
cabbage, onions, large bell peppers,
frying chickens, eggs, butter, fresh
pineapples, fresh fish, etc.
Pohns up, 117. Delivery prompt. We
clowe 10 to ll each morning this week.
Phone us early.
CR POWERS SON
tST
rsion
Season
r?N, s. c.
Famous
tidgeand
ier Carrier af the South
July S, 191gg
fntersnedalte points, on the following
Hodges .tts? MS
Greenwood ....... 10:15 - MM
New Market.10:20 9A*
Ninety Six.lOtS?? K8?
Dysons.19:41 MM
t happclis. 10:55 MM
Old Town.HxOC MM
Silver Street ....11)18 3.15
Newberry.11:38 MM
Prosperity .11(58 8 TO
romarin .13:10 p. ia, 2.85
Peak .12:24 2M
Alston.12:30 2.7.5
Ar Columbia.1:35 -
P. UL, Arrives Charleston 7:19 P. M.
ig only en trains and special schedule
ming oa any regular train np ta and
?efon Tuesday, Jalj 13, 1015.
all train scheduled abare to comfort
F PALMS with Its magnificent hotels
Ia the largest PavIHIon In the Sonia.
ii OTE D METZELS i? IL ITA RY BAND.
R DAYS at the Seashore.
>R A DELIGHTFUL OUTING.
??ply to Ticket Agents er
W. R. TABER,
Trev. pasa. A gt.
Greenvale, S. C?
?
PROFESSIONAL
CARDS
C. GADSDEN SAYRE
Architect
405-406 Blcektey Building
Anderson, S. C
Chisholm, Trowbridge & Suggs
DENTISTS
New Theatre Building
W. Whittier St
My! My!!
? ? ' '
What Sincere
FlatteryT
-this continual
procession of
imitators of
Bottled
W0I? ?ONE FOR THE COUNTY
ASP PURCHASES FOB THU
COUNT?
The public is again warned that on
ly such work dono on tho public roads
of the county aa la authorized bv tho
supervisor or one of tho ftoard of
Commissioners Will be paid by the
Board of Commissioners. The only
perseus authorized to buy material,
goods, wares and merchandise for the
county aro Uie ahperVlsoi', tho count?
commissioners, the slew.rd of the
county home and the sergeants of the
chain gangs. Ail .these parties are
equlpped'wlth order .books and orders
must be attached to all accounts. All
claims not made in pursuance ot
above conditions will be disapprov
ed and payment refused.
JT.- MACK KINO,
Supervisor.
Jone 4th, 1915.
?-14-15.
EXPERT KODAK FINISH 1X3
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