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WANTED-You to know thnt tho!
Simd season is here. I havo just
received 20 large Hoes und IIB linc
Ducks from fresh water. Jumbo
Ttoe Shad $1 each; one size smaller
!)0c each. Buck Sitad 36 to 60c
each. Fresh meats of all kinds.
Call 292, or como to 207 East Whlt
nor street. W. J. Mnness, the .Sony
food Mnn. '
WANTED-Travollng salesmen by al
Clnclnntl company. Salary guar
anteed. Call at Welco, Church
...street_-A*-,J. -Warren,. Sales .Man
WANTED-Position by stenographer |
with 5 years experience. Can K'V<
good reference. ' Address "A. il. C.,"
caro Dally Intelligencer.
WANTED-All, my friends to know
that flBh wero scarce last week,
but that wo aro assured it plenty
this week, among tho lot a good
supply of lino Jumbo Hoe Shill,
from tho Cheseapeake Bay. AIsp,j
a fino lot of Spanish Mackerel from
St. Andrews, Fla., and u plenty ?if
"pop-eyed" mullett. Wo still
handle tho best oysters and fresh
meats. Call 202, W, J. Malle***,
207 East Whither street.
WANT^r?-You to know that the fln
'. <t thing for u happy homo ls a
warm heart-but a good lire helps
, some. We want to promote tho
family happiness by sending you
the makings uf a good fire. Qenulno
Blue Gem Coal $5.50 per tan. Whcu
will yon bo roady for lt? Cheaper
coal, ot course, at lower prices.
'Phone Oed. W. O, Ulmez.
FOR iSALE- Send sweet potatoes for
bedding. Hight size, smooth and
sound. Price right. \V. O. Ulmor.
Serve Evans' Quality Ice
Cream for dessert Sunday;
Colored Red, Green or
, Delivered to your home
! ic? Cream for Sunday de
li ?ery will, lie made Satur
"The REXALL Store"
FOU SALE-A few hundred bushels
select reclenned um! graded Fulghum
Sued Oats sixty eight cents bushel
-worth moro for feed purpose.
Kurraan Smith. Seedsman, Phouo
FOR RENT-Nice furnished rooms
two minutes from square. Hot und
cold water. Apply at ?504 North
McDufllo Street, or 'phono U80, Mrs.
T. K. Hoper.
FOR. RENT-Two furnished rooms.
Two and one-half blocks from
square. Apply Ul!) East Whinier
I _ _
J. A. MULLINAX THE TAILOR-Has
thirty White Rotary Sewing Ma
chinen ho will close out for $28.uii
ench. regular price $r>r>.oo. Como ut
onco if you want bargains. 120 and
128 West Henson St.
RUBBCUl TIl/CS^Thlnk about, put
t'i-jf on a set very best grado rubber
HITS for $10.00. The reason, our
rubber gives such long service wa
seo how long wo can cut a tire, mit
how short. It's reasonable a tire
will last longer with plomer of rub
ber than 'one stretched out. We
clean all dirt and rust front chan
nel?. This lets the rubber fit dual
ly. Paul K. Stephens.
TO THE TRADE-1 have bought the
Fino Tailoring compnny business.
Mr. Fino will bo udded to my line
of- coat ma-kers. I nm now able to
koop with tho trade. I employ
nothing but mon tailors and turn
nut nothing lint llrst class work,
tlive nui u trial. Satisfaction or no
pay. Thanking you for past busi
ness. J. A. MulltliUX, 126-128 West
? Henson street.
NOTICE-I have secured tho services
of a high grudo painter mid trimmer
from Charlotte, N. C.. who has spe
cialized in thia class of work for
tho lust three year?. Now if you
want a class ot work that will look
well and wear well bring lt to me
and I guarantee satisfaction. Pri?es
right. High grndo paints nnd var
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EASY--Make life's walk easy by hav
ing us i repair y?m* shoes. Wo are
not only prepared to do first class
work on short notice, but we meet
any legitimate competition when lt
comes to prices. Honest work and
best materials always. Q. E. McKee
& Son. 132 "East Whitner street,
AND NOW-When the-weather begl .s
to warm up you are more an? .ons
than ever about your meats. You
want to know that lt ls properly
handled. That's whore wo como
in.' We havo a long Hst of satisfied
customers and they say our servlco
is fine. Phono us yuur wants.
Frank Dobbins, Sanitary Market,
POTATO SLTPS-I am guaranteed
tho delivery of my plants this sea
' son, therefore I guarantee to de
liver them to you on the dato you
want them. It will pay you to see
mo before sending your mon y off.
R. P. Sassard, 213 South Main
PROM,7 A. V, TO IO P. M.-Buy
your Gasoline and Motor Oils from
H. A. Caudle; tho one arm gao man
on the corner next to Owl Drug Co.
He will appreciate your business
and always gives the utmost in
value. H. A. Caudle.
THE FACTS have been clearly es
tablished, Austin's Variety .Store
just literally, completely outclasses
ail others. If you wont to save tho
"kale" you must trade at Austin's
Variety Store. Their 60c Ladies'
i Hats are tho talk ot the town-get
1 one. v*
^he Czar E
HIDES-Bring them to ms if you j
want best prices. I buy and sell
moro hides than any other deuler in
this section of the stale. All hides!
bought by me are shipped with ab-?
batolr hlib'3 and command better]
ju ices, therefore I can mid do puy j
better pricen. Bring them to Willi- ?
ford's Corner. IL D. Henderson.
IT II AS NOT been our intention to j
make delivery of coal a social "af
fair" but we're sure you ll be de
lighted with our way of-delivering
coal-and every one is pleased with I
the coal wo deliver. H. N. Wyatt. ?
'Phone 182. i
WE ARK PAYING $42 per ton fort
cotton seed, and giving 1 ton cot- ,
ton Reed meal and $4.00 caeh for
ton of seed. Selling coal at^ $5.00
and $5.GO per ton. Cabbage plants
$1.00 per M. Martin Coal & Wood
QUICK Wi?RK- Tbone 822 for Geor
gia Garage for quick work. One
expert on Fords, and one expert on
all other cns and motorcycles.
Nc. 10S South McDuffle street. Op.
J. L. E. Jones T.icycle Shop.
PREPAREDNESS is the order of the
day now, while the Fire Insurance
Companies aro withdrawing from
the ?tate is the time for you to have
your house, barn, dr out-building
protected with a Burrlss Metal
Shingle Roof. Of course the initial
cost ls just a trifle more than wood
shinglcn, but In the long run they
are much cheaper mid they are a
tremendous protection against lire.
Drop in and let us Rh ow yon. No
tronido nor obligation on ymir part
whatever. Respectfully, Jno. T.
BurrisB & Son.
BICYCLES-New line of Columbia
and Humblers now ready foi* you.
And JoncH always sells 'em for less
-cuts the price on all kinda ot ac
cessories, too. J. L. E. Jones, 10;?
Soulh McDulile street.
THE TIME-Now ls the timo to
brighten up your home. Wu have a
well selected Block oT paints uml
wall papers that we ure selling ai.
manufacturers prices, 'liiono 48,
Guest Paint Co.
BREAKFAST SAUSAGE-The de
mand for our all pork sausage ls
keeping us very busy. They surely
are tho highest grade on the mar
ket. Mud.? from freub pork carefully
selected and seasoned with Just
enough fresh ground herbs and
pure spices to give that very u?
usual sud delicious flavor dlstinc- !
lively I.(minny's. Phono your order
to ?94. The Lily Wlilto^larkeL J
U. Lindsay. Proprietor.
JPST RECEIVED-Another car of
those 5x18 Cypress Shingles. W.
L; Itrissey Lumber Company.
NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT
Tho undersigned, administrator
with will annexed, of the estate of
Sarah E. Martin, deceased, hereby
gives notice, that he will on April
18th. 1916, at ll o'clock a. m., ap
ply to tho Judge of probate for An
derson county for a linal settlement
of said estate and a discharge from
his office as administrator.
. J. O. Greaham,
Administrator with will annexed.
March 18, 1916.
RAGS OF ALL KINDS
I will pay $1.50 per hundred, cash
25c per nundred for old . Scrap
4c per pound for old . Automobile
10c per pound for old Inner Tubes.
-and The Highest Cash Price for
all kinds ot old Brass, Copper, etc.
If you have as much as 100 pouuds
of any of the above 'phone me and
I'll call for IL
. SAM D?SNER
Manning StreeL Near Blue Ridge
Phone 671/ /
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Lavenia, ila., April 7.--Tho caso
of John Partee, charged with v loot
ing Tiios. Dav'.s ,at-, 1-avonU last iu'\
while tho Howe ijondon shows' were
here, 'was called on Monday morn
ing of this vwek. The case was SJ?
for trial on Wednesday morning, het
on Wednesday the case was agnin
postponed on account of the absence
of a material witness for the defense.
.Judge Worley has f:et the case fir
hearing on .\iay tie Ililli at an ad
journ terni of court which will he
held in tilts county. This ou30 won
FIGHT ON MILLION
DOLLAR BOND PLAN
(Special to The Intelligencer.)
Columbia, April 7.-A tattle royal
ls being waged in Richland county
.? As weak between tho opponent':
and tho advocates of the $1,000.can
bond Issue for the permanent im
provements of tho road.; o' the COUD
ty. The advoca let' aro making a tour
of the county accompanied by gocd
roads speakers of national promi
nence und a brass band. The or
ponents usually trail tho party ait/a
distribute literature urging that thc
.iVtlzens \oU: against the proposed
issue. Tlite election will be held
LAUNCH MOVEMENT FOR A
NEW COUNTY WITH ROCK
HILL AS COUNTY SEAT
(Spacial to TJio Intelligencer.)
ColunnUa. April 7.-A movement
lins he? n launched for a new county
In South Carolina with Hock Hill as
tho county scat. Rock Hill is one
of the most- progressive counties in
the Piedmont section of thc state, lt
is understood that a petition will be
died with 'Governor 'Manning in a
few days asking that a_ commissiiui
be nop:, nted to Investigation t'.ie
matter of a new county.
' ?1 1 1 'I I KUM 1.
A 8TA1WA?U} FAMILY REMEDY
For over forty years it
has been used as A TONIC
AND STOMACH REM
EDY. Perttha aids thc ap
petite and gives new life to
Of Mrs. ChapneO, of Fire YqaV
S t andtwj, Relieve 34>y Ct^sl
Mt. Airy, N. C.-Mrs. Sarah M. Chan
nel! ol this town, says: "1 suffered tor
five years with womanly troubles, also
stomach troubles, and my punishment
was more than any one could tell ?
I tried most every kind ol medicine,
but none did me any good.
1 read one day about Cartful, the wo
man's tonic, and 1 decided to try it., I
had not taken but about six bottles until
I was almost cured. It did me more
good than all the other medicines I had
tried, put together. . > ]
My friends began askinc ras why I
looked so well, tad 1 tola them about
Cardul. Several are now taking it."
Do you, lady reader, suffer fro,n any
of the ailments due to womanly trouble,
such as headache, backache; sldeache.
s! ec pl cssness, and that e veriastingly-tircd
If so. let tts urge you to give Cardul a
trial. We feel confident it will help you,
fust as it has ? million other women in
the past half century. . ...
Begin faking Cardul to-day. You
won't regret iL All druggists. '
WHH U: Chat?anoorc Ms?tdna Co.. Ultti*
atirtwry Dept.. ChattaMMS% Tenn., for Sftttsl
? faur*, tte? t on you r cu? 0X9 WMMI MOk. Hon?
T???iui?ui (ot Wo?u?a.- lo Hain i>wf*t. NO.
one which bari created a great doa!
of intercut in tho county. There
Avero per imps a hundred and r if ty
witnesses subpoenaed for tho case.
Col. Hugh M. Dorsey of Atlanta
lias been employed by tuc prosecu
tion. Tlic lawyers for tlje prose- u
tlon arc Solicitor Tiios. J. Uro wu,
Hugii Dorsey, Col. H. H. Chandler
of La von la and Col. (Maude Bond ol'
Toccoa. Tho lawyers for the de
fense are Col. (?corgo Coode <,t
Carnesviiie and ''ol. Pei mor Uarreit
Safe Medicine for Children.
"Is it safe?" is the first question to
be considered when buying cough
medicine for children. Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy has long been a fav
orite with mothers of young children
as It contains no opium or other
narcotic, and may bc given to a child
as confidently as to an adult. It ls
pleasant lo take, too, which is of
great importance when a medicine
must ho g.von to young children.
Thin rc med v i.-. mont effectual In re
lieving coughs, colds and croup. Ob
^ ' Moo ne Vines at Font's Book
. Store--on sale today.
I am a candidate for Congress from
the Third Congressional District, sub
ject to the rules of the Democratic
A. H. DAG NA LL.
I h reny announce myself a cnndl
ihtie for County Treasurer, subject
tn tho rules or the democratic party.
J. II. CRAIG, ll
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for County Treasurer, subject
to the rules of tho democratic party.
J. It. fe. 'GRIFFIN.
T hereby announce myself a candi
date for Sheri ff of Anderson county^
subject to the rules of tho Democratic
W. Tl. KINO.
I hereby announce mysolf a candi
date for tho office of Sheriff of An
derson county iiibjoct to the rules of
the Democratic primary.
W. O. ,S. MARRETT.
I hereby announce myself as a can
didate for re-election to the office of
Sheriff, subject to the nilen of the
JOE M. H. ASHLEY.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for .reelection to the office of
Coroner for Anderson county. BUbjct
to tho rules of the democratic pri
J. Q. HARDIN.
Chisholm, Trowbridge ,& StO^
New Theatre Building
I W. Whitaer St
Dr. Wade H. Sherard
413 Fourth Floor Blecfclcy Bldg.
ALL ODORLESS REFRIGERATORS
si>KI exclusively at this store, are cased
willi the most carefully selected and thor
oughly kiln-dried oak, not ash stained to
imitate oak, but genuine oak itself, the
material used in all highest grade refrig
erators, and imitated in all others.
All sizes jn stock-for the home, store
or market-at right prices.
G. F. TOLLY &. SON
Anderson, S. C.
Saturday Specials at the Sigo of the Big Watch
Those .specials nro attracting morp attention each week, anil to
make lt more interesting to all concerned -ve have decided to make
it a regular thing. See the following Saturday:
Sl.oo Alarm Clocks.50c
Big Ben Clocks.$2.00
7 jewel EHgia, 20 year gold lilied case,.$7.50..
.' 7 jewel Elgin- 20 year gold lilied case. . ... . .-. .$12.50
17 jewel jjalimton, 20 year gold tilled case.$17.00
.17 jewel Hamilton, 20 year gold tilled case, 18 size $14.75
S3.So Self Filling Fountain Pens. .. .. .............. .90c
$2.50 Set of. Fine China Cups and Saucers. .... . j ! .$1.50
Two Special Trays line Kings, for prices see window*'
North Main Street Jewelers At the Sign af the Big Walch
Well, that's us. We've gotv :i-/fe^fe?
how the BEST STOCK, AND f?iSt
MORE OF IT than any of the '-%gf||r
other g?rys. And that's not ^BI&TO
all, we have the best and quickest WmW
delivery system in this man's town . Pit/,
W. L, BRISSEY LUMBER CO.
Every home should have the
protection of a
Save 15 per cent on your auto
ins?rance? or if you have no in
surance, it protects ?you against
loss;hy fire. > / v /.
Artdeuon, S. C Belton, S...?.
Greenville? S. C.