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FOU RENT-$6.00 per month tlircr
room houfio North Pant ntreof. HUH
eily water, electrie. lights und sew
er connections. Also No. 825 Uiver
atreet, seven room two story house.
A. Postelle Cater.
FOR RENT-Nico furnished rooms
two minutes from square. Hot and
s cold water. Apply at 1104 North
McDuiile 8treet, or 'phono 380, Mrs.
T. K. Hoper.
FOR RENT-Two furnished rooms.
Two and one-half blocko from
square. Apply 319 East Whittier
WANTED-All my friends to know
that fish woro scarce last week,'
but that wo aro assured u plenty
this week, among tho lot a good
supply of fine Jumbo Hoe Shad,
from tho Gieseapcako Buy. Also,
a fino lot of -Spanish Mackerel from
SI. Andrews, Fin., and a plenty o?
"pop-oyed" mullett. Wo still
handle tho best oysters and frosh
meats. Call 292. W. J. Maners.
207 East Whltner Btreet.
WANTED-You to know that tho fin
est ?bing for a happy homo Is a
warm heart-but a good fire helps
, some. We vant to promote tho
family happiness by sending you
the maltings of a good fire. Genuino
Blue Oem Coal 15.60 per ton. When
will yon ho ready for lt? Cheaper
coal, of course at lover prices.
'Phone 649, W. a Ulmar.
WANTED-Twelve lady canvassers,
salory paid, to call at St. Jamo3
Hotel between 8 and 9 o'clock Mon
. day morning. Call for J. W. Jen
"Free From Poison"
Telephone Your Orders
PO H SALIO-Two young Jersey COWH,
one fresh, oilier fresh Apr. 201 h.
$100 each, my Ruarantee with each
?.ow. For further information
'phone 404. Forman Smith.
FOK SALK-A few hu ntl red bunhuta
iielect reclenned und graded Fulgbuin
Seed Outs r.lxly eight cents bushel
-worth moro for feed purpose.
Purman Smith, Seedsman, Phone
ItCUHER TIl.'?S- -Think about put
ting on a set very best grude rubber
lire;; for $10.00. Tin- reason our
rubber gives sue i lon;1; service we
soi? how loni: wi- can'cut u tire, not
how short. It's reasonable, a tiru
will l ist* longer with plentcr of rub
ber than one streiche J out. We
clean all dirt and rust from chan
nels. This lets tie rubber fit close
ly. Paul H. Stephens.
NOTICE-I have secured the services
of a high grade palntur and trimmer
from Charlotte, N. C., who has spe
cialized In this class of work for
the last three years. Now if you
want n class of work tout will look
well and wenr weil bring it. to me
and I guarantee sa.lsfaction. Prie s
right. High grade paints and var
nishes. II. G. Johnson, Sr.
HIST RECEIVED-Another car of
those 5x18 Cypress Shingles. W.
L. Brlssey Lumber Company.
\ND NOW-When thc weather begins
to warm up you oro more anxious
than ever about your meats. You
want to know that it is properly
handled. Thnt's where we come
In. We havo n long Hst of sntisiled
customers nnd they say our service
ls tine. Phone us your wants.
Prank Dobbins, Sanitary Market,
POTATO SLIPS-I am guaranteed
thu delivery of my plunts this sea
son, therefore I gunranteo to de
liver them to you on the dato you
want them. It will pay you to see
nie before scuding your mony Oft*.
R. P. Snssard. 213 South Mnlr.
PROM 7 A. M., TO 10 P. M.-Buy
your Gasoline and Motor Oils from
H. A. Caudle, tho one arm gas man
on tho corner next to Owl Drug Co.
He will appreciate your business
and always gives the utmost in
value. H. A. Caudle.
nilli PACTS have been clearly es
tablished, Austin's Variety Store
just literally, completely outclasses
all others. If you want to save the
"kain" you must trudo at Austin's
Variety Store. Their 50c leadles'
Hats are tho talk of tho town-get
TO THE TRADE-I have bought the
Pino Tailoring company business.
. Mr. Fino will bo added to my line
of coat makers. I am now able to
keep with tbs trade. ! employ
nothing hut men tailors and turn
ont nothing but first clnsa work.
Give mo a trial. Satisfaction or no
pay. Thanking you for past busi
ness. . J. A. Mulllnax, 12C-12S West
HIDES-Bring them to me lt you
want' best prices. I buy and Bell
more hides than any other dosier in
this section of the state. All hides
bought hy me are shipped with ab-,
batoir hides and command better
prices, therefore I can and do pay
better prices. Bring them to Willi
ford's Corner, it. D, Henderson. *
3A8Y--Make Hf o's waUt caSy by hav
ing us repair your shoes. . We are
not only prepared to do first class
work on short notice; hot wo n;cct
any legitimate competition when it
'.^mes to prices. Honest work and
best materials always. G. E. McKee
& Son, 13S East Whltner street,
opposite Tolly'av " _
(.M ICK WORK-Thone 822 for Geor
gia Garage for ?mick work. One
expert on Kurds, ami om? expert on
all oilier cats ami motorcycles
Nu. los South Me Duffle ntreet. Up.
J. L. 15. Jone's Bicycle Shop.
PREPAREDNESS ls the or.lnr of tho
day now, while the Fire Insurance |
Companies aro withdrawing from j
the ututo lu the timi f??r you to havel
your house, ham. o'- outbuilding
protected willi a Harriss Metal
Shingle Hoof. Of course the initial
coat la just a trillo more than wood
Shingles, hut in tho long run they
an? murlrchenimr and they am a
tremendous protection against lire.
Drop in and let un show you? No
trouble nor obligation on your part
whatever. Respectfully, Jno. T.
ltnrrisH ?? Son.
NOTICIO-Wo carry a line of barber
BuppIIes-tonics, massage cream
and toilet waters. In order u, In
troduce? u few of our leaders we will
sell for the next ten days $1 bot
Ho of our Sago Tonic for fiuc. $1
bottle of Scalptonu Tonic for (?Oe
fi oz. Jar of Vclvetta Massage Cream
for 40c. K oz. Jar Shampoo 20c.
Glovers' Mango Remedy 406. Not
more than ono bottle of each to a
customer. - Hudson's Shaving Par
lor. 106 North Main street Don't
fall to get a jur of Velvetta-makes
tho skin feel Uko velvet.
IT HAS NOT boen our Intention to
make delivery of coal a social "af
fair" but we're nure you'll be de
lighted with ou" way of deliverln.:
coal-and every .mc ls pleased with
tho coal wo deliver. B. N. Wyatt,
BICVCLES-New lino of Columbia
and Ramblers now ready for you. |
And Jones always sells 'em for lesa j
-cuta tho price on s.ll kinds of ac
cessories, too. J. L E. Jones, 1031
South McDufflo street.
THE TIME-Now is the time to
brighten up your home. We have a
well selected stock of palntr, and
wall papera that we ave selling af.
manufacturers prices. 'Phone 48,
Guest Paint Co.
BREAKFAST SAUSAGE-The , de
mand for nor all pork sausage is
keeping us very busy. They surely
are Ibo highest grade on the mar
ket. Mad? from fresh pork carefully
selected and seunoned with just
enough fresh ground herbs and
pure spices to give that very un
usual and delicious flavor dis.'ac
tively Lindsay's^ Phone your ordor
to C04, The Lily White Market, J.
N. Lindsay. Proprietor.
WHO'S YOUR PLUMBER-Give us a
trial. No Job too small, nono too
large. And when you_are In a hur
ry wo aro right there with the
gooda. Ix?t UH "hit the pipe" for
. you and we'll both be pleased.
* Glenn Plumbing Co., 'Phone 406.
WE ARE PAYING $42 per ton for
cotton seed, and Riving 1 ton cot
ton seed meal and $4.00 cash for.
ton of seed. Selling coal at $5.00
and $r>.G0 per ton. Cabbngo plants
$1.00 por M. Martin Coal ?: Wood
NOTICE OE FINAL SETTLEMENT
Tho undersigned, administrator
with will annexed, of the estate of
Sarah E. Marlin, deceased, hereby
gives notice that he will on April
18th. 1916. nt ll o'clock a. m.. ap
ply to tho judge of probate for An
derson county for a final settlement
of said estate sud a discharge from
hlR omeo ns administrator.
J. O. Gresham,
Administrator with will annexed.
March 18. 1916.
Why Constipation lujares.
The bowels are the natural sewer
age system ht the body. When they
become obstructed by constipation, a
part ot ' the poisonous matter which
they, should carry off ls absorbed in
to the system, making yon feel dull
and stupid, and interfering with the
digestion add assimilation ot food.
This condition Is quickly relieved by
Chamberlain's Tablets. Obtainable
FEI PEOPLE ATTEND
USUAL PUBLIC SALES
MANY WERE KEPT AWAY
BECAUSE OF WEATHER
But One Was Withdrawn-Three
Tracts in Brushy Creek Town
Ship Were Sold
Tic publie ?alts were mad? yostor-|
d.iy before a email crowd, owing io
the iain which made it impossible for
many lo tot to tho city.
There were three nales scheduled
but one of these, that of Builders
Lumber and Supply company against
Iierry .Jones, involving a one-half acre
lot in thc town of Wiliianistoh, was
In the erne of S. A. Turner, Mary
Ward, V. D. Turner and, other?
against John Poole, David Poole, Emi
ly Pearson, and others, judge of
Probate Nicholson Bold t'irec- townsh'n
The first tract, containing 17 3-tfi
acres, was bid in at $625; tho second
tract, containing 1 ? l-l acres, was bid
in at $r?.-lfi and the third tract, con
taining ?l?i 7-10 acres was- bid in nt
$1,730. All three tracts were bid In
by H. P. Burbage, attorney, from
As trusteee of the estate of the late
Chas. C. Langston, Gen. M. I?. lion
ham sold tho house and lot of Aman
da Scott, situated on White street,
th's eity. The place was bid in by
Mrs. Lucy J. Lnngsfon for* $300.
BIND NEGRO 0VE8 ON
CHARGE OF BURGLARY
Wylie Berry Held for Entering
House of Mr. Rich
A preliminary hearing has been
given Wylie Derry, the negro who ia
charged with breaking into Mr.
Richard Jones' house revoral nights
ago, and lie was bound over to a
higher court on a ehargo of bur
glary. Tho arrest, was made by De
puty Williams in 21 hours after the
attempted burglary. Tho negro was
trailed by a blood'iound almost to
his house, but on account of the
high wind prevailing that night tho
dog lost tho trail. The chase waa
abandoned, but returning to the scene
next day Deputy Williams mado the
Mrs. Jones heard the negro enter
the house, it was said, and w.hen nhe
awakened ber husband the burglar
fled. Nothing waa missing iron, thc
PROGRESS AT IVA
Will Seen Begin Stretching Wires
Many of the poles for tho power
lino from MofTettavlllo io Iva have
boen erected, and Mr. H. A.' Orr
of the Southern Public Utilities com
pany stated yesterday that tho force
of l ands would begin stretching the
the -wire? this week.
Tba auto owner finds the Want
Ad the best medium of exchange.
. ASK FOR and GET
Sheaf substitutes coat YOU same pries.
ht at That
NOTICE FINAL SETTLEMENT |
Tho undersigned, administratrix of
the estate of T. M. Dodd, docoased,
hereby t;vies notice that slie will on
April 2011). 1916. ut ll o'clock a. m.,
apply to the judge of probate for An
derson county for c. final settlement
of sahl estate and a discharge from
her ofllco as administratrix.
Mrs. P. E. Dodd,
Mardi 18. 1?l?.
NOTICE DOHM KATU.' fM'HS
Pursuant to thc law governing pri
mary elections, you will please tuke
notice that you aro required to meet
and organize on Saturduy April 22nd,
11)10 ut mich time and place aa in
dicated by due notice from the Presi
dent and secretary of each club. At
tilts meeting you will elect a presi
dent, one or moro vice presidents, a
secretary and treasurer and such
committees as deemed expedient.
You will also elect an executive com
mittee, and one delegate to the county
convention for every 25 members or
majority fraction thereof. The coun
ty convention will meet at the court
house in /ndrrsnn. iS. C.. on the lat
day ot" May, lylo, being the first Mon
day in May, at ll o'clock a. m., and
tho list bf delegates certified by the
president and secretary, of each club
shall constitute tho temporary roll.
The membershlD of each club for the
purposes of ascertaining the number
of delegates lo the county convention
shall be based upon the.numbor of?
votes polled In the first primary of
the preceding election year.
S. D. Pearman,
Chairman Co. Ex. Com. !
Leon L. Rice,
.Spring Is looked upon by many as
the most delightful season of thc
year, but thia cannot be said of the
rheumatic. The cold and damp weath
er brings on rhc amatic pains which
?are anything but pleasant. They can
'bo relloved, however, by applying;
Chamberlain's Liniment Obtainable
fl*' '. -
Fresh Country Buttermilk Ev
ery day at the Owl.
I nm a candidate for Congrens from
tho Third Congressional District, sub
ject to the rules of the-Democratic
A. H. Dagnall.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for County Treasurer, subject
to the rules of tho democratic party.
J. H. Craig.
I hereby anpounce myself a candi
date for County Treasurer, subject
to tho rules of the democratic party.
J. R. C. Griffin.
T hereby announce myself as a can
didate for re-election to tho office ot
Sheriff, subject to the rules of the
Joe M. H. Ashley.
Chisholm, Trowbridge & SuffffB
New Theatr? Boiling
W. Whimer St.
-g?--^ . ; ' g?
Dr. Wade H. Sherard
413 Fourth Floor Blecklay Bldg.
?V 'v *.'.?.' fa mijMWk ?.--iv . $m
By BUD FISHER
w MmtM Porch
You'll soon bo getting ready to enjoy your Porch, und perhaps
will need an extra piece or two of Porch Furniture. You'll lind it
here-all kinds and at all prices. Swings, Chairs, Hockern, Ked
Hammocks, Vuilor Porch Mindes, etc.
G. F. TOLLY & SON
Anderson, S. C.
China For All Occasio?s
Whether you are look
ing for an oatmeal set, a
breakfast set, table China
for a country bungalow or ?.
an elegant French, Bavar
ian or Haviland dinner
sot-you will do well to
como here first!
Specializing, a?, we do. in Fine Dinnerware and Cut (?lass we are
able to offer you a more impressive stock and lower prices.
MARCHBANKS & BABB
North Main Street Jewelers
At the Sign of the Big Watch
The best lime-for all uses-to be had at
any price. We have been* handling this Lime
for many years and it is all right. Call for
Gagers Keystone Lime every time, it's the
W. L. BRISSEY LUMBER CO.
For very little money you can make youri
Car as geed as new? |
We make a specialty of Shock Absorbers:
f or Ford Gars. . |
We have one new Ford Touring car for salt
Anderson, S. C* Belton, S. C. Greenville, S. C.