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FOrt RENT-$0.00 per month threo
room house North Fant street. Has
city w. .v.r. electric lights and sew
er connections. Also No. 825 Uiver
street, seven room two story house.
A. Pastelle Cuter.
FOIL RENT-Nice furnished rooms
?wo minutes from square. Hot and
cold water. Apply at 804 North
McDitffle Street, or 'phone 380, Mrs.
T. K. Hoper.
FOR RENT-Two furnished rooms.
Two und one-half blocks from
square. Apply ??l'J Eust Whittier
WANTED-?All my friends to know
that fish v/ero scarce last week,
but that wo are assured u plenty
thin week, ut . mg thu lot a good
supply of fino Jumbo Hoe Sh id,
from tho Cheseapeake Hay. Also,
a fine lot ol Spanish Mackerel from
St. Andrews, Kia., and ti plenty of
"pop-eyed" mullett. Wo still
hnndlo the best oysters nnd fresh
meats. (tall 21?2, W. J. Maneas,
207 East Whittier street.
WANTED-You to know thnt tho fin
est thing for a happy homo is a
warm heart-but a good fire helps
tome. We want to promote the
family happiness by Bending you
the makings of a good fire. Genuiao
Dine Hem Coal $5.50 per ton. When
will you bs ready for it? Cheaper
coal, of course, at lower prices.
'Phono G49, W. O. Ulmet.
FOR SALE-Two young Jersey cows,
ono fresh, other fresh Apr. 20th.
$100 each, my guarantee with ench
cow. For further information
'phono 404. Fiirman Smith.
FOR SALE-A few hundred bushols
8elcctrcclenned and graded Fulghum
Soed Oats sixty eight cents bushel
-worth more for feed purpose.
Furman Smith, Seedsman, Phono
J. A. MULLINAX THE TAILOR-Has
thirty White Hotury Sewing Ma-)
chines he will close out Tor $28.0U
each, regular price $55.00. Come at
once If you want bargains. 120 and
128 West Henson st.
?RUBBER TIEiSS--Think about put
ting on a Bot very best grade rubber
tires Tor $10.00. The reason our
rubber gives such long service we
seo how long we can cut a tire, not
how short. It's reasonable a Uro
will last longer with plenter of rub
ber' than ono stretched out. Wo
clean all dirt and rust from chan
nels. This lets tao rubber fit closj
ly. Paul E. Stephens.
TO THE. TRADE-I . havo bought tho ?
Fino Tailoring company business.1
Mr. Fine will be lidded to my line j
of coat makers. I am now nhle to
keep with tho. trade. I employ
nothing but men tailors und turn
out nothing but first class, work.
Clvo mo a trial. Satisfaction or no]
pay. Thanking you for past busi
ness. J. A. Mullinax, 120-128 West '
"Free From Poison"
5- Different Colors-S
6- -Transfer Sheets-G
Telephone Your Orders
"TJw REXAU. Store"
NOTICE-I bave secured th?- services
of a high gnuie painter ami trimmer
from Charlotte, N. C., who lias spe
cialized in tili? ( luna of work for
thc last three year?. Now if you
want a class of work that will look
well and wear well hiing it to mu
and 1 guarantee satisfaction. Prices
right. High grade paints and var
nishes, ll. G. Johnson, Sr.
WK ARE PAYING $42 per ton for
cotton seed, and giving 1 ton cot
ton seed meal and (4 /U cash for
ton of Heed. Selling coal at |5.00
and ?r>.G0 per ton. Cabbage plants]
%1M per M. Martin Coal & Woo il
AND NOW- When the weather begins
to warm yp you are more anxious
than ever about your meals. Von
want to know thut it is properly
handled. That's where we come
In. We have a long Hst of satisfied
customers and they say our service
ls line. Phone ns your wants.
Frank Dobbins, Sanitary Market,
POTATO KLIPS-I arn guaranteed
the delivery of my plants this sea
son, therefore 1 guarantee to de
liver them to you on the date you
want tin m. It will pay you to see
me before sen ?I i li g your molly off.
It. V. Kussurd, 213 South Main
FROM 7 A. M.. TO 10 P. M.-Kuy
your Gasoline and Motor Oils from
II. A. Caudle, the one arm iras man
on the corner next to Owl Dru); Co.
Mo will appreciate your business
and always gives tho utmost In
value. II. A. Caudle.
THE FACTS have been clearly es
tablished, Austin's Variety Store
just literally, completely outclasses
all others. If you want lo save the
"kale" yon must trade at Austin's
Variety Store. Their fine I aid I es'
Hat? ure the lui h of the town-get
HIDES-Bring them to mo if you
want best prices. 1 buy and sell
moro hides than any other dealer In
this section of the state. All hides
bought by mu are shipped with nb
butoir hides and commund better
prices, therefore I can and do pay
better prices. Bring them to Willl
ford's Corner. Ft. D. Henderson.
EASY-Make llfo'H walk easy by hav
ing us repair your oboes. Wo are
not only prepared to do nrst class
work on short notice, but wo meet
any legitimate competition when it
comes to prices. Honest work and
best materials always. G. E. McKee
fi Son, 132 East Whittier street,
QUICK WORK-'Phono E22 for Geor
gia Garage for quick work. One
expert on Fords, and ono expert on
nil Olper cars and motorcycles
No. 10S South McDufTIo street. Op.
J. L. E. Jones Bicycle Shop.
PREPAREDNESS is the order of the
daj now, while the Fire Insurance
Companies aro withdrawing from
tho stnte is the time for you to havo
your house, barn, or out-building
protected with a Harriss Metal
Shingle Roof. Of course the initial
cost ls just a trillo more than wood
shingles, but in tho long run they
aro much cheaper and they aro a
tremendous protection against fire.
Drop In and let UH show you. No
troublo nor obligation on your part
whatever. Respectfully, Jno. T.
Harriss & Son. '
NOTICE-Wo carry a lino of barber
supplies-tonics, massage cream
and toilet waters. In order to in
troduce a few of our leaden; we will
Boll for the next ten days $1 bot
Ho of our Sago Tonic for ?Oc. $t
bottle of ficalptono Tonic for GOc
*B ox. Jar of Velvotta Massago'Cream
for 40c. 8 oz. Jar Shampoo 20c.
Glovers' Mange Remedy 40c. Not
more than ono bottle.ot each to n
customer. Hudson's Shaving Par
lor. 10C North Main street. Don't
fail to get a jar of Velvetta-makes
the skin feel like velvet.
IT HAS NOT been our intention to
mnko delivery of coal a social "af
fair" but we're miro you'll bo do
lightcd with our way of delivering
coal-and every one is pleased with
tho coal we deliver. B. N. Wyatt,
BICYCLES-New line ot Columbia
and Ramblers now ready for you.
And Jones always sells 'em for less
-cuts the price on all kinds ot ac
cessories, too. J. L. E. Jones, 103
South McDuffle street.
THE TIME-Now is tho time to
brighten up your home. "We have a
well selected stock of paints and
wall papers that wo aro selling at
manufacturers prices. 'Phone 4K,
Quest Paint Co. j; ;
BREAKFAST SAUSAGE-The de
mand for our all pork sausage is
keeping us very busy. They surely
are the highest grade on the mar
. hot Mad? from fresh pork carefully
selected and seasoned with jost
enough fresh ground herbs and
pure spices to give that very un
usual and ?2-rtlctous flavor distinc
tively Lindsay's. Phone yonr order
to 694, Tho Lily White Market, J.
N. Lindsay. Proprietor. i
WHO'S YOUR PLUMBER-Glfiffi?l a
trial. No job too small, none too
large. And when yea sMWrn har
ry we are right therjaV^?irtth the
gooda. Let ns ; "hit'-fm\pipe" tor
yon. and .well both bo pleased.
diena Plumbing Co.. 'Phono 400.
AGRICULTURE IN THE
Reports From Southern Railway
Agents Bear Out Statistics
(Special io The Intelligencer.)
Washington, April l. -Reports
rroni the agonis of the agricultural
division of Southern Hallway Com
pany for the cu leudar year llil'i herr
out the government statistics a? lo
agricultural progress in the south
and show l/ie accomplishment of sub
Htantlui results in the work bring
carried on by the railroad.
Hy personal visits to farmers and
by talks at Canners' meetings the j
agents of the company gave, advice as
io farm methods to approximately
100,000 farmers. As in former ycais
demonstration work was done on a1
lai ge ti umber of farms all along the
company's lines, the greater part of lt
with cot-ton and corn. Thc reports
of lines. Hie greater part ol' it with
colton ?md co n. Tin; reports of pro
duction on these farms show an aver
age yield of 1,170 pounds of cotton
per acre, compared Will average:}
lungng I rom MU to TU i.e.inds on
similar lands in the same localities
where the improved methods advised
Ly tho agents of the company were
not adopted. Iteporls on corn show
an average production nf 40.7 bic h
?is per acre on farms where the
methods advised were adopted us
compared with an average yield of
less than 22 bushels on similar landa
in the same localities'.
Advice was given as to crops of till
hinds and (.-specially to the growing of
legumes and the | ladling of wittie:*
?.over crops. Seed selection was en
couraged and many farmer:* wen; as
sisted In breeding improved ta eds.
The Importance of drainage was
em? i ..tHizctl and assistance was given
lu tile drainage, ditching, and terrac
Willi the rapid progress being
made In Hie eradication of the cattle
lick anti tito control of hog cholera
Itt '.he South, farmers in all the *-tates
ute turning thoir attention to more
and bolter live stock. The agricul
tural agents report tito location
along tac; lines of the company dur
ing ibo year of 2,713 pure-bred beef
cattle. ?,250 dalry cattle and G,o:i8
'.ogs. When tho agricultural work
of Southern Hallway began silos were
almost unknown in many parts of
Hie south. They are now to be
round In almost every neighborhood
and approximately i)00 were built
along the lines of the company dur
ing the year.
In all part3 of the territory tho
efficiency of tito work being done hus
been duo in largo measure to the
close co-operation between the agents
of tito railroad and those of f e
statt? and federal governments.
TRY SCHILLER FOR
PIRACY HIGH SEAS
Washington, April 4.-Ernest Schil
ler. Solo pirate, will be tried at Wil
mington on tito charge of piracy on
the high seas, if the Investigation now
being conducted by the state authori
ties proves him sano.
The piracy charge will be brought
by the United States district attor
ney of Delaware on orders from the
deportment of justice,
four n.ssoelates. planned to hold up a
Schiller Is the Herman who, with
steamer on the high Bean. A thor
ough Investigation Into his mental
condition ls being made.
Get to know and read Intelli
gencer Want Ads and you will
scon sec^they will save you many
a dollar and get you what you
want at the same time.
IF BACK HURTS USE
SALIS FOR KIDNEYS
Eat Lesa Meat if Kidneys Feel]
Like Lead or Bladder
Most folks forget that the kidney;.,
like the bowels, get sluggish and clog
ged and neel a flushing occasionally,
else wo have backache and dull mis
ery in tho kidney region, severe t?cad
ache, rheumatic twinges, torpid liver,
acid stomach,, sleeplessness and all
sorts of bladder disorders.
You Blmply must keep your kidneys
active and clean, and the moment you
feel an acho or pain in the kidney
region, get about four ounces of Jad
Salts from any good drug store here,
take a tablespoonful in a glass of
water before breakfast for a.few days
and your kidneys will then act fine.
I Tills famous salts is made from .tho
lucid of grapes and lemon Juice, com
bined with llthia, and is harmless to
flush clogged kidneys and stimulate
thom to normal activity. If also neu
tralizes the acids in tho urine so it no
longer irritates; tinto ending bladder
Jad Salts ts harmless; inexpensive;
makes a delightful effervescent llthia
water drink Which everybody should
take now and then to keep their kid
neys clean, thus avoiding serious
A well-known .local druggist says
he sells lots of Jad Salts to folks who
believe in overcoming kidney -trouble
while lt ls only trouble.
- _i ,i. .. ? ; ,* i , .I I.
JUST IlECKIVED-Another car ot
those 6x18* Cypress Shingles. W.
Lt, Brissey Lumber Company.
NEWS OF PAST WEEK
High School Teachers and Mis
sionary Society to Give En
tertainment April 13th
life! ton, April ?.-.Mrs. S. A.
Brigg?, who has been tho guest of
'".er daughter, Mrs. ('laude Gravel,
for the past month, has returned to
her horne in Spurtanburg.
Mr. and Mrs. Dob Hanks and Mr.
and Mrs. W. E. Stannett of Helton
spent the week-end in Greenville
cornily with relatives.
Tile Senior Campfire royally enter
tained the first and four pa rois cf the
Hoy .'couts of Helton ai Hen Drop Inn
last Friday. Tile Inn is located about1
two miles from Helton on the planta
tion of Mr. T. c. Poore. Tin.' camp
fire girls' went up to the Inn at .">
o'clock to prepare for the reception
of the scouts w'io arrived at 7:l">.
A delicious supper was served and
many pleasant games indulged in un
til about ten o'clock, when they all
I hiked hack to town.
Misses l!".;sle and Nunnie Wilson nf
Greenville Woman's college spent Ike
week-end in town, the guest of their
prenti. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Wilson*.
j Mrs. H. M. Heard and children of
Elberton, Georgia, are spending a few
! days willi Mrs. A. C. I.atimer.
Mrs. Cai roll Brown his letti .'ned
from ii visit to relative* in Spartan
Mrs. H. A. Lewis entertained i
(eu Thursday evening at ber li' in
o i 1 ives street in honor of the te.
ern of the graded se' aols. The pl. ..c
. arils were clever conundrums watch
furnished much amusement. Those
present on this delight tul occasion
were Misses Margarrt Marshall, Ann
O?r Brock, Josie Baird,'Martha Mof
fatt, Elizabeth Allen, Ruby Willlford.
Lillian Shirley. Ledi Poore, Irene
Cave, Essie Smith, Nannetto Camp
bell, Mr. and Mrs. Hlair Rice. Messrs.
Henry and ilulon Campbell, Louis
Stol. Ethan Frlerson, L. A. Werts
and E. T. Hreazcale.
Mis. Millard Grubs is the guest of
her taster, Mr.*. IL E. Geer in Green
II. It. Sherard spent l ie week-end
with his family at M.-s. A. li. Camp
Miss Mary Covington, who baa beeo
viriting her sister, Mrs. J. H. Harper,
has returned to brr home In Green
Mr. tann Rice and children of An
derson were the gu?s: of Mr. and Mrs.
.!. T. Rice Sunday.
Mr. C. F. Cox ls remodeling his
home on Brown 'avenue which will
add greatly to its attractiveness*.
Wr .Walter Greer, who lias been
sick for the past "Week, ls able to bc
Misses Rosa Martin and Mattie Ga
llard of Anderson, spent Sunday in
town, the gue&ts of Miss Wallie Mar
Mrs. W. H. Brown, who has boen
tao guest of lier parents, Mr. and Mrs.
H. T. Tolllson, returned to her home
in Greenville Tuesday.
Mrs. J. Burnett and children left
Tuesday for Laurens for a visit of a
few days to relatives.
Rev. E. S. Reaves of Ilonea Path
will pi-each at the First Baptist
church Sunday morning and F.ov. A.
G. Alderman will fill his pulpit in
Messrs. Ethan Frlerson, Louis Seel,
and Union Campbell attended a dance
In WtlUatuston Friday night.
Quito u number of people from Bol
ton have visited Augusta during the
past week to see the ruins of the re
cent great fh*e.
Uni erl fi in men t. Vinn ns.
The -tendiera of the high school and
tho ladles of thc missionary society of
tho Presbyterian church will give an
entertainment nt tho opera house
Thursday night, -Arrr'l 18, which
promises to be one e.-the best ever
given in Ute city. Miss Shirley of tho
higr'i school department and Miss'
Willlford of the second grade are get
ting up tho pros;iain. An admission
fee of ton and twenty-five cents will
bc charged. '
Dr. and Mrs. A. B. Woathersbeo
spent last Sunday in Wllllston, tho
guests of relatives.
?liss Sara Latimor, who has been
spending the winter In Washington
tho guest of her ulster, Mrs. J. H.
Patten, returned home Saturday.
?Master Reid Sherard had for his
guests nt dinner Tuesday, William
Cobh, Jr., FTetl Greer and George
Brown, the occasion being-In honor of
his eighth birthday.
Miss Katie Scott of Pclzer is spend
ing tho week-end with Mrs. A. W.
Hoggs on Brown avenue.
Messrs. J. Olydo Green, J. G. Har
ris, R. D. Smk'i and Andre-* Fant
were badly bruised up Wednesday
night near Donald's* when Mr. Green's
car turned turtlo whllo making
sharp curve. Mr. Smith's right arm
was broken. It was at first thought
Mr. Green was badly hurt but when
he was taken from under the car it
was found that his injuries were not
Messrs. Max Bice, Jim Simpson
I*.. IK Blake, and.W. C. CUnkscales
were among those* -from Belton who
visited Augu&ta Thursday.
Mr. J^as. N. Pearman will return ?
from Atlanta today where he has
been for tho past'few days.
.Spring is looked upon by many, as
the most delight tul season ot tho
year, but this cannot bo said ot the
rheumatic. The cold and damp weath
er brings on rheumatic pains which
are anything but pleasant. They can
be relieved, howe rer, hy applying
Chamberlain's Liniment. Obtainable
everywhere. " ;:. ,
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Oe tie TCTcrta tl}* cf (Mt Jiiy i
yon vriil rt*d: "?Proe -, Pal.otc
29th. 1907." u nica ha . i. de '/.rr
vcckt (n>t> vb-ta un. steche J t
Ladies, make a new Straw Hat1
with "Colorite"-just paint it on.
Owl Drug Co.
NOTICE 0E.H0CHATIC ( L?HS
Pursuant to the law governing pri
mary elections, you will please take
notic? tin t you arc required to meet
nnd organize nn Saturday April 22nd,
1916 at sucli time and placo as in
dicated hy due notice from thc Presi
dent and secretnry of each club. At
lids meeting you will olect a presi
dent, one or more 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. Tho coun- .
ty convention will meet at the court j
house in Anderson, (S. C., on the 1st
day of May, 1916, being the first Mon
day in May, at ll o'clock a. m., and
thc list of delegates certified by the
prcsidont and secretary of each club
shall constitute the temporary roll, i
The membership of each club for the !
purpose of ascertaining the number,
of delegates to the county convention i
shall bo based upon tho number of
votes polled in the first primary of
the preceding election year.
S. D. Pearman,
Chairman Co. Ex. Com.
Loon L. Rloe,
I am a candidate for Congress 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-thn rules of the damocratlc party.
J. H. Craig.
X hereby announce myself a candi
date for County Treasurer, subject
to the rules of the democratic-party.
J. R. C. Griffin.
I hereby an nor. nco myself as a can
didate for re-election to tho omeo of
Sheriff, subject to the rules of the
." Joe M. H. Ashley.
Chbho?mp Trowbridge & 2*wss
New Theatre) Building
W. Whitner Sf.
, Dr. Wade H. Sherard
413 Fourth Floor Bledj?ey Bl?g
yelephsae 818 ?.
Try it yourself
if you want personal and positive infor
mation as to how delightful Prince Albert
really is, smoked in a jimmy pipe or rolled into
the best makins cigarette you everjset-rire-to!
For, Prince Albert has a wonderful message
of pipe-peace and makin's peace for every
man. It will revolutionize your smoke ideas
and ideals. The patented process fixes
that-and cuts out bite and parch 1
the national joy smoke
is so friendly to your tongue and taste that
it is Vnighty easy to get acquainted with.
You'll like every pipeful or cigarette better
than the last because it is so cool and
fragrant and long-burning. You'll just sic
back and ponder why you have kept away
from such joy'us smokings for so long a time !
Men, we tell you Prince Albert is ail we claim
for it. You'll understand just how different
our patented process makes Prince Albert
quick as you smoke it I
Day Prince Albert everywhere tabacco it rintel: in
loppy red bage, 5c; tidy red ?in; JOcf hatxttscjr.ti
pound and half pound tin humidorc and in noanJ
cryttat-glce* humidor* with tponcc'moi*tcnt r tua*
that heep fha tobacco- in each prima condition.
R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., Winston-Salera, N. C.
sold exclusively at this store, are cased
with the most carefully selected and thor
oughly kiln-dried oak, not ash stained to
imitate oak, hut genuine oak itself, the
material used in all highest grade refrig
erators, and imitated in all others.
All sizes in stock-for the home, store
or market-at right prices.
G. F. TOLLY & SON
Anderson, S. C.
It is hardly worthwhile to mention the very popular favor willi
which Bracelet Watches have been rec. I ved, but thc information wo
will give you will be .worthwhile if you contemplate purchasing.
Hamilton 17 jewel adjusted movement. 20 year case, with Sim
mons Bracelet, at f.??O.OO each; or same movement in 14 karat solid
gold ease, with solid gold bracelet, for ? ir,.00. Holli arc exceptional
IS'orlh Main St IT et Jewelers
At the Sign of the Dig Watch
The best lime-for ail 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 -everylime, it's the
W. L. BRISSEY LUMBER CO.
The Anderson Connty Mntoal Fire Insurance Co.
J. J. SMITH, President and Treasurer J. J. MAJOR Vir? President
JOHN A. MAJOR, Secretary i
, ANDERSON, S. C.
THIS IS A HOME ^
Call and see m nt Peoples Bank ^