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Want Ad Rates
25 words for 25c.
1 cent DST word each Insertion
?or more than 25 words.
Three insertions of the same ad
on consecutive days for the price
ot two Insertions, if paid in ad
No ad less than 25 cents.
FOR BENT-Throe nice rooms. Ap
ply at 202 McCully street.
FOB RENT-$6.00 per month three
loom house North Fant street. Has
' city water, electric lights and sow- !
er connections. Also No. 825 River
street, seven room two [story house.
A. Postello Cater.
FOR RENT-Nice furnished rooms
I two minutes from square. Hot and
/ cold water. Apply at 804 North
McDurae aired, ur 'piiutiu 380, M's.
T> T. K, Roper.
FOR RBNT-??Two furnished rooms.
Two and one-half blocks from
Rn y ar iv Annty fll? En Et Whltner
?FOB SALE-Drand Now Anderson Six.
car, or will swap for smaller car.
If you mean butdness and waut tho
trade of your Ute ace mo at A. Les?
ser's, J. R. Simpson. .
FOR' SALE-Two young Jersey cows,
one fresh, other fresh Apr. 20th.
1100 euch, my guarantee with ea'?h
cow/ For furthor ' information
'phono 464. Furman Smith.
FOR SALE-A few hundred bushels j
?elect rccleaned and graded Fulgbum
Seed Oats sixty eight cents, bushel
-worth more for feed purpose.
Furman Smith, Seedsman, Phone |
LOST OR FOUND
LOST-Between Swilling McFall's and
Iron Bridge, a camera. Reward if
returned to C. C. Clamp, Anderao?,
S. C., R. F D. 8. E.'? ?.
grown--I o it g
and dark green,
K i c c k l e y 's
larger and has
a tougher rind.
--r i c h, red,
solid, sweet and ,
' ripens; close tip
io t h e rind.
?iWelghs^f PO ni
25 to 65 lbs.
Our seed; come
up and are ai
rways true to
'name, ' 1 I '
"The REXALL Store"
mt tm ;
iSALESMAN WANTED-For country
town?, $25 weekly salary and $51
per day allowed for expenses when
traveling. Western Cider Co., Sf. |
WANTED-All my friends to know
that J am expecting plenty of y pun
ish mackcrol, roe and huck shad. I
pop-eyed mullet; also big shipment I
lino oysters Friday. Wo are still
handling tho finest native pork and j
beer. Phone 202. W. J. Mcness, the
man with' 22 years experience, 207
East Whitner street.
WANTED-You to know that the fln
eot 'thing for a happy home is a |
warm heart-but a good fire helpB ?
some. Wo waut to promote the
family happiness by Bending you
I the maltings of a good fire. Genuine |
Dlue Oem Coal 15.50 per ton. When j
will you bs ready for it? Cheaper J
coal, st" courso, at lower prices.
'Phone 649. W. O. Ulmef.
WANTED-Twelve lady canvassers, I
? nalary paid, to call at St. James
Hotel between 8 and 9 o'clock Mon- [
day morning. Call for J. W. Jen
nings. '" . ;
NICE FARM FOR EXCHANGE-We
. have a farm of <">0 acros right near
the dopot at Richland, S. C., in 200
yards of fine graded school, rich
chocolate colored land, fine ? eigh
borhood. Wood and water on it I
. and a good 8 room no??t>. Will take!
n vacant lot or small house and U>t
ns part pay.' See us quick. Ander
son Real Estate and Investment
Company. E. R. Horton, President.
NOTICE-I have secured the services
ot a high grado painter and trimmer
from Charlotte, N. C., who has spe
cialised in .this' eln?a of work for
tho last three years. Now if. you
want a class of work that will look
well and wear well bring lt to me
and I guarantee satisfaction. Prices
right. High grade paints and var
nishes. H. G. Johnson, Sr.
NOTICE-The great painter L. Hen-I
son, formerly with H.. G. Johnson j
for over four years is now at CEN
TRAL GARAGE where ho will be
able to turn out tho finest painting
work in the up country, both auto
mobiles and vehicles. Call and get I
.' prices before having your paint |
- work done. Central Garage.
JUST RECEIVED^-Another car bf
thone 5xis Cypress Shingles. W.
L. Brlssey Lumber Company.
AND NOW-When tjie weather begins !
' to warm up you are more anxious I
. than ever about your meats. You !
want to -lcuow that lt. ts properly!
handled. - Hint's where we come
' in. We have a long Hst of satisfied
- customers and .they say our service]
'is fine, . Phone tis your wants.
Frank Dobbins, Sanitary Market, j
.- '' hone 765.
AUTO TO?*S^-We recover auto tops
with genuine Mohair, also put in
new bows and celluloid 'In hack
curtains. -If lt's but pt line or rests
en wind nhleld, we caa get it in
ehape for 'you', It Bm all holes tn. tho
roo! ' bother yon during a shower,
p?e can.Adjust them .toe. Paul .R.
POTATO: SLIPS-I am guaranteed
. the delivery ot my planta this sea
son, therefore 1 guaranteo io ' de
liver thom to you on tho date you
, want them, lt will pay you to .see
- me before sending .your moby off.
? tt F. Sassard, ?.9fSf' Sooth Main j
ri?>^^;^;iM.?;vTO^?? P. M.-Buy
> your Gasoline and Motor bits from
II, A. Caudle, the one arm gas man
. ..on.the corner naxt to Owl ?rut Co.
.He will appreciate tow business
and always gives the utmost in
CT?u* H. A. Caudle.
it Want the C2
THE FACTS have heen clearly es
tablished, Austin's Variety Storo
just literally, completely outclasses
all other?. If you want to save thc
"kale" you inuat trade at Austin'R
Variety Store. Their BOC Ladles'
Hats aro the talk of the town-get
TO THE TRADE-I have bought the
Fine Tailoring company business.
Mr. Fino will bo added to my line
of coat makers. I am now able to
keep with tho trade. " I " employ
nothing but men tailors and turn
out nothing but first class work.
Dive mc a trial. Satisfaction or no
pay. Thanking you for past bush
ness. J. A. Mulllnax. 126-128 West
? Henson street.
THE TIME-Now is tho time to
brighten up your home. We have a
woll selected stock of paints and
wall papers that we are selling at
manufacturers prices. 'Phone 48,
Ouest Paint Co.
EASY-Make life's walk easy by hav
ing us repair your shoea. We are
not only propared to-do first class
work on short notice, but we meet
any legitimate competition when it
comes to prices. Honest work and
beta: materials always. G. E. McKee
& Son, 132 East Whittier street,
HIDES-Bring them co mo .if you
want best prices. I buy and sell
more hides than any other dealer tn
thin nert inn pf thn state.. AU hides
bought by me are shipped with ab
batoir hides and command better
prices, therefore I can and do pay
better prices. Bring them to Willi
ford'e Corner. R. D. Henderson.
QUICK WORK-Thone ?22 for Geor
gia Garage for quick work.. One
export on Ford;,, und one export on
all other cars . and motorcycles.
No. 108 South McDuffle street. Op.
J. li. E. Jones Bicycle Shop.
! PREPAREDNESS ls tho order of the
day now, while the Flro Insurance
j Companies are withdrawing from
the state ls the time for you to have
your house, barn, or out-building
protected with a Burrlss Metal
Shingle Roof. Of course the initial
cost is just a trifle more than wood
shingles, but in the len; run they
are much cheaper and they are a
; tremendous protection against fire.
. Drop lu and* let us show you.. No
trouble nor obligation on your part
whatever. Respectfully, J no. T.
Burris's &? Son.
... ? r^ K. j
NOTICE-Wo carry a line of barber
suppli?s-tonics, massage cream
and toilet waters.. In order to in
troduce a tow. of our leaders wo will
sell for tho next ten days $1 bot
tie of our Sage Tonto for 60c 51
bottle ot Seal pt one Tonic for 50c.
5 oz. Jar cf Velvet ta Massage Cream
for 40c. 8 oz. Jar Shampoo 20c.
Glovers' Madge Remedy 40c. Not
more than ono bottle of each to a
customer. Hudson's Shaving Par
lor, 106 North Main street . Dont
fail td get a Jar of .Volvotta-makes
the skin feel like velvet. . ".'
IT HAS NOT been ?f?r intention io
make delivery cf coal o social "af
fair" but we're sure you'll. he de^
lighted with our way of delivering
coal-and every one la pleased willi
tho coal we deliver. B, N. Wyatt,
BICYCLES-New line ot Columbia
> and Ramblers how ready tor you.
^And Jones always eolia 'eat1 for Isas
-enta the price on ntl kinds of ac
cessories, too. J. L-. E. Jones, 303
South McDuffle street ; , ' i v i:
._?-_-J_' ' _, ?;/??
BREAKFAST 8 AUS AGE-The V'iflfr
mand for oar all pork sausage ia
keeping ua'Very:huey. They surely
are the highest grade on the mar
ket. aC?de from fresh pork carefully
solecited and seasoned with JuBt
enough fresh ground hart? and
Sure spices to give; that rarys m+
usual and dollclous flavor dintlnc
tlvoly Lindsay's. v Phono your order
[to ?M, The, Lily White Market, J.
K, Lindsvt Proprietor.
ar to Get His
oO Af4 M OU S TO U/t
BOT HOH?(?. P?RBfOS (AV ope
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POWER OF THE PRESS
Editor Southern Christian Advo
cate Makes Interesting Talk
at Lander College.
(.Special to The Intelligencer.)
Greenwood, April 1.-The lyceum I
has been a source of great pleasure
to the unusually large number of
ticket holders. T?.? last attraction)
will bo given next F^uay night, April
7th, when Dr. Byror. W. King, the]
Pittsburgh orator ?viii appear. Dr.
King was in Greenwood a few years j
ago and made a fine impression.
On .Monday morning the students)
had un interesting, and helpful lec
ture on 'Patent Medicines. It was]
giveu by Dr. W. T. Lander who "Call
ed here on his way to New Orleans!
where he has gone to take a special ?
course In Tulane University.
Dr. W. C. Kirkland, edito- of thc
Southern Christian Advocate tpent
Wednesday night at tho college and
made, tho Thursday talk to tho stu
dents. His address' wa3 cholarly und
impressive. The .topic was bio pow
er of tho press.
Dr. Willson ltS' away in Columbia
attending a very important education- J
Tuesday afternoon thc students had
....O OP?POFUSSMV v. ??tt.uuu.ue, m. vi
at South Main street Baptist church !
where Dr. C. C. Coleman, of Char-!
1'ard is Decreased.
\ . (By Associated Press.)
London, April l.r-A yard of?cotton
clotht as measured hy . the English
manufacturera, will hereafter in ?na
nse 36 inches, instead of 37 inches, as
for many generations heretofore. Tire
ii7-inch yard is sa!dd to have had Its
origin in tho habit cf spinners In
measuring "from the further side ot i
thc thumb," if "."us' adding about an
inch' 'for good measure." .
Bock Strike Ended.
Liverpool, April l.'-~The Mersey
dock ttrike has ended.' The workers
returned to work this morning.
NOTICE DEMOCRATIC CLl'BH
? Pursuant to the law governing pri
mary elections, you will please take j
notice that you are required to meet]
and organize on Saturday April 22nd, j
1916 at such ? time and place as? in
dicated by due' notice from' the Prcsl
dent and secretary oi each club. At
this meeting yon will elect a presi
dent, ono or more. vice, presidenta, a
secretary and treasurer . and auch
committees as. deemed expedient
You will also.elect au executive com
mittee, and one delegato to the county
convention for every 25 members or
majority fraction thereof. The coun
ty convention will nicot at the court
house In Anderson, (8. C. on the 1st
day of May. 1?1G. being, the firat Mon
day in May, at lt o'clock a. m., and
tho list of delegates.certified hy-.the
president and secretary. of each dub
Di)tos* CO??Sv?* M*0 ??ic w^-wj^iw-?T
The membership.of or.ch club for. tho
purposes of ascertaining the number
of delegates to the county convention
shall 'be based upon 'the number of
votes polled in the firat primary of
the preceding election year.
. W-i?-?v Pe?rman, .
1 ?Sfctiraian Co. Ex. Com.
.., Leon :^W^fh^>-''
. Gecr?tary. :\:
WHO'S tOUB PLUMBKR-rGi?e na a
7 trtal,r No Job too ? small, nono too
large. And when you are In a har-;
&fc*V*e ara right there with tho
K??dt. IM na "hit the piper rntr
you and well beth bo pleased.
Glenn PlumtL.g Co., 'Phono 406.
'':.,:."':C;.i:iJ:v ?/ ' '.? ? ^ .---~
Wal AUK PAYING ?4S per- ton for
cotton sued, and giving 1 toa cot*
toa -o? aaa*. ' Selling coal at $5.00
and $0.50 per ton. Cabbage planta
ZIM per M. Martin ft Woo?
CHARLOTTE OBSERVER SOLD
W. II. Sullivan of Columbia Record i
Ono of Purchasers.
0:01*10110, N. C., April 1.-The
Charlotto News announces the pur
chase of the Charlotte Observer by
Curtis B. Johnson, publisher of the
Knoxville (Tennessee) Sentinel, and|
Walter . B. Sullivan, publisher of tho
Columbia Record. It was sold by
Wood and Stephens, local bapkers, j
who have owned it since thc death o! |
J. P. Caldwell and D. A. Tompkins.
The Observer was established 1869,1
and waa an Associated Press member.
Sullivan quits Columbia -to reside In j
To Hpeak In Charleston.
Greenville, April 1.-Joseph .\. ?
McCullough, member of the Grerjn-j
ville 'bar, and a Greenville represen- j
tativo in the general assembly will 1
deliver an address before the conven
tion of the Kings* Daughters at Char
leston next week.
J. am a candidate for Congress from
[ the Third Congressional District, sub- '
ijqct to tbs ruies of the Democratic
I Primary. . ?
A. II. Dagnall. |
I hereby announce myself .a candi
date for County Treasurer, subject j
to the rules of the democratic party.
J. H. Craig.
I hereby announce myself a candi
i date for County Treasurer, subject |
[to the rules ot thu democratic .party.
J. R. C. Grimm
1 hereby announce myself as a can
didst o for re-election to the office of j
Sheriff, subject to the rules of tho
Joe M. H. Ashley.
nC the I
Anderson County Fair
April 6 and 7
Benefit Elk's Charity Fond
200 Local People
Miniature County Fair, Songs. Dances,
Comedy and Specialties I
Everybody else will bo there, BO
Vi hy Sot Yon I
Prices: 25c, ?Oe 75c and $1.00
Tickets reserved Wed nen day April 8
v at Theatre.
Big; Auto Parade ?Will - start. from
Elk's Home at 4 p. m. "Thursday and
parade tho entire town. .
Chbbolm, Trowbridge ? &&&
Now Theatre Bonding
W. Wn?toei S??
Dr. Wcuje H. Sherard w
413 Fourth Floor B?ee&fey Bid* i
You'll Boon be getting ready to enjoy yonr Porch, and perhaps
will need an extra piece or two of Porch Furniture. You'll lind it
hero-all kinda and at all prices. Swings, - Chairs, Rockers, Bcd
Hammocks, Yador Porch Shades, etc
G. F. TOLLY & SON
Anderson, S. C.
China For All Occasions
t\ Whether you are look
ing Ter "uti oatmeal set, a
breakfast sot, table China
tor a country bungalow or
-nn elegant-French, Bavar
ian or Tfaviland dinner
set-you will do wyll to
come hero first!..
Specializing, as we do. in Fine Dlnnorwere and Cut Glas
.J VT W ll' t'
able to oiler you a more impressive stock and lower prices.
MAR?HBANKS & BABB
North Main Street Jewelers
At the Sign of the Bhj Watch
TrTe best Hme-for all uses-to be had at
any price. We have been handling this Lime
for man^'years and it is all right. Call for
Gagera Keystone Lime everytinie, it's the
best. . : .?..*..' I ti ?'
W. Ii. BRISSEY t?MBER CO.
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