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SALESMEN io call on grocers, con-j
fcet'.oncra, gciirrt'l stores. .NI.'I'J
monthly and expenses; y< arly CHU
tract. Niuo ?ger, S. Stree!. St.
WANTED V?iti lo know Hui! ih
Shad seimon I:; hore. I have ju"
received 20 large fto -j and il J line
Bucks from fresh water. Jun:ho
Hoe Shad $1 each; ono sise smaller
90c each. Buolt Shad ?5 lo 50c
each. Fresh meats of all kinds.
Tull 2f?2. nr'come lo 2t?7 Eusl Whit
lier street. W. J. Main-::?. Ute ,Sca
WANTED-Traveling : .th- iium Itv a
Cincinatl company. Salary ijunc
anteed. Call ai W< Iro, ? nm i h
Ht reel. A. J. Warren. Sah*? Mau
WANTED-Position hy stenographer
with 5 years experience, ('un give
good reference. Address "A. It. C.,"
care Daily intelligencer.
WANTED All my friends to know
that fish were scarce last week,
hut that wo aro assured II plenty
this week, among tho lot a good
supply of flno Jumbo Koo Shad,
from the CV-icscnpcako Day. Also,
a fine lot of Spanish Mackerel from
St. Andrews, Fla., and a plenty of
"pop-eyed" mullett. Wo still
Ii andi o tho best oysters and f re. ^
moats Call 202. W. J. Manees,
207 Euft Whitnbr street.
WANTED-You to know that tho fin
est ?bing for a happy homo ls a ,
Warm heart-but a good fire helps |
Bomo. Wo want to promote the |
family happiness by cendlug you ?
tho makings uf a gond fire. Genuine
Bluo Gem Conl $5.60 per ton. When
will you bo ready for it? Cheaper
coal, of course at lower prices.
.Phone 643. W. O. Ulmor
FOR .SALE-Seed sweet potatoes for
bedding, night Bise, smooth and
Bound. Price right. W. O. Ul mer.
FOR SALE-A few hundred Ousholo
select rocleanod and graded Fulgbum
Seed Oats nlxty eight couta bushel
-worth moro for feed purpose.
Furman Smith, Scedsmuu, Phono
FOR RENT-Nico furnished rooms
tWo minutes from square. Hot und
cold water. Apply nt 304 North
McDulllu Street, or 'phono USO. Mrs.
T. K. Ropor.
FOR RENT-Two furnished rooms.
Two . and one-half blocks from
Bquaro. Apply ol9 Eust Wkitner
RUBBER TIDES-Think about put
ting on a "set very best grad? rubber
tires for $10.00. Tho reason our
rubber gives Such long service we
seo how long we can cut a tire, not
how short. It's reasonable a tire
will last longer with pleater of rub
ber thar, ono stretched out. Wo
clean all dirt and rust from chan
nels. This lots t io rubber flt close
ly. Paul E. Stephens.
M--II?'MI i wi i n iiiw .mimi?
Serve Evans' Quality Ice
Cream for dessert Sunda}'.
Colored Red, Green or
Delivered to your home
Ice Cream for Sunday de
livery will be made Satur
day. ; /v
"The REXALL Stora"
J. A. M ULLIN AX 1 iii; TAILOR II.IJ
thirty Whit : Rotary Hewing ..I :
chines li.' v.iii c?ese nut for $2S.nt
caril, ri rular i?i*?*-?? .'.".r>.i;". Come :.
once ;i you waul l-arguim*. .:::.!?
I '.Vi . ; * i :. uxun
TO THE Tl: \DK I have bought :';<.
Fine Tailoring company liusim .
fir. fill" will IK added ti> ny lin.'
o? eua; rsiii-'ierr. 1 em no rv nhl'! to
keep with il: . trade. 1 ? wob >
iioihitu; inn m .i ta Horn and turu
out i::?t!i.iii: ! *lL :,f-t . ? v i;
<.'UI? mc a nid. Sut inf act ion < >r : ;
pay. Thallium; vim for past busi
ness. J. A. Muliiiiiix, 120-128 West
Ri itBoii Klr- ut.
NOTICE -1 have secured tho scrvhma
n;' a in.- grad'- painter and trimmer
from Charlotte, N. C., who huh spe
elallv.ed in thin che H O? work for
I h< blid t lu . < >?;.. -. ii J ml
Walli a '.!;'.-.:. nf wink Unit. Will Inuit
v. i'll ami wear well dring it lo mu
j ami I guarantee ruulsfurtlon. Prleea
! r?K??t. Nigh grade paintu and var
nishes, ll. C. .Johnson, Sr.
EASY-.Make life's walk easy by hav
ing UH repair your .'-hoes. We are
not ?inly prepared io i?? first class
v. erk lill f linn lint ire, lint we me '.'
?in'. UTIIonale eoinpelitinn wie n it
comes i i prices Mime, t work and
bast materials always. c. E. McKee
.V Son, 13- East Wh'tncr Ftreet,
opposite Toll j "...
AND NOW- When the weather begins
to warm up you are more anxious
than ever about your meats. You
want to know that lt is properly
handled. That's where wo como
in. We have a long list of natl: lied
customers and they say our servil e
In line. I'lione us your want:'.
Frank Dobbins, Sanitary Market,
I 'Phone 75r>.
POTATO SLIPS--I um guaranteed
the delivery ol' my plants this sen
sou, therefore I puarunto'e to de
liver them to you on the date you
want them. It will pay you to see
mo before Bonding'your mony o?r.
ll. F. Sassard, 213 South 'Main
FROM 7 A. M., TO 10 P. M.-Buy
your Gasoline and Motor Oils from
ll. A. Caudle, the one arm gas nina
on the corner next to Owl Drug Co.
Ho will appreciate your business
abd always gives thu utmost in
? value. II. A. Caudle.
THE FACTS have been clearly es
tablished, Austin':; Variety Store
I just lit "rally, completely outclasses
I all others, jit you want to save tho
"knie" you must trade at Austin's
Variety ?tore. Their FJOc Ladies'
Hair, aro the talk of thu town-get
HIDES-Dring them to mo If you
want host prices. I buy and sell
moro hides than en*?' oilier dealer In
thin siiction of the s* ?"? All hides
bought by mo ure i .ed with ab
batolr bides und intmnnd better
prices, therefor^? I can and do pay
better pri?es. Dring them to Willi
ford's Corner, lt. I). Henderson.
IT HAS NOT boen our intention to
make delivery ol' coal a social "af
fair" hut wo'ro B?ro you'll be de-,
lighted with our way of delivering
coal-and every ono is pleased with
tho coal wo deliver. D. N. Wyatt,
j WK ARE PAYING $12 per ton for
i cotton seed, and giving 1 ton cot
ton seed meal and $1.00 cash for
ton of seed. Selling coal at $5.00
and $r>.no per ton. Cabbago plants
$1.00 per M. Martin Coal & Wood
QUICK WORK-'Phono ?22 for Geor
I gia Garage for quick work. One
expert on Fords, and one expert on
nil .other eira and motorcycles
No. 10S South McDufflo street. Op.
j. L. E. Jones Bicycle Shop.
?PREPAREDNESS is tho order of the
day now. while the Fire Insurance
Companies are withdrawing from
the stnto ls the time for you to have
your house, barn, or out-building
protected with a Di rrfss Metal
Shingle Roof. Of course the Initial
cost ls just a trifle mero than wood
shingles, but in thc long cnn they
aro much cheaper and they are a
tremendous protection against lire.
Drop In nnd let un show you. No
trouble nor obligation on your part
whatever. Respectfully'. Jno. T.
DurriSB & Son.
BICYCLES-New line of Columbia
and Ramblers now ready for you.
And Jones always pells 'om for less
-cuts tho price on all kinds of ac
cessories, too. J. L. E. Jones, 103
South McDuffie street.
TiJE TIME-Now is the time IS
brighten up your homo. ..Wo have a
well selected stack of paints and
wall papers that wo aro Belling at
manufacturers prices. 'Phono 4S,
Guest Paint Co.
BREAKFAST 8AUSAGE-The de
. mand IM our all pork sausage ls
keeping us very busy. They surely
aro the highest grado oh the mnr
ket. Made from fresh pork carefully
selected and seasoned with just
enough fresh ground .herbs and
pure spiqes to glvo that very un
usual n. i delicious flavor dlatlnc
'. tiveiy -Lindsay's. Phone your order
to GD4, Tho Lily White Market* J.
-1- ~?i ? ? ' '
JUST RECEIVED-Another car of
those 5 k 18 Cypress Shingles. ; W.
I?. Brlssey Lumber Company.
Cleveland. <;':!.). April V.- Th'- rall-'
: ?id Broth';! hood:* who aro usk.'ngj
lor an eight hour tiny, claim thai Ill
would ht ? ??VH? . '.;.< !;( io ila- public
who ?*?I?y asit! rc.civi freight. ',
M....'ii" of ..-.' ir re: ;n:?** uro that ir. '
' ? . K ; : I'.'.??ii competition ??Hi
<'.i <:..l:;.,., i,. . ( ? i;.-j in lunnulac
. I H ....rei'au? ? ar': ::a'!ly
. ': ii' . Pl" *d ft: thu fact that rreigh! !
?i'i? imni:? arc ?low Ibal thc stylca
: hange and discounts arc lost through j
? in receiving good:-.
Ail merchants and mont man ufa?--:
lurer*; try lo buy in as small quanti
ties au possible and :i?:t::-' i-uk-k turu- j
overs ia tin ir stock, hut willi slow ;
freight shipments ii is impossible toi
Tr:*ins ar not made up ?> division'
01 ti imbin! point!.; nnM .> 11ci. . i< m
i.U'iilirr i f Iniiil' il ," :?rc ac-iimn ?
l.'li ll ill III" MT:i!?i> ll III Illili.!' lip Ul"
t'?i I nu nani" nt in" locomotivo. (Taral
containing iiiv-n itaiidiHc ure hold up?
;.. triiniual points until' enough other!
cars i/now up ut ll.;; torminal point
to muttc up a long train.
v> nen ii i-. renn inhered that ship-1
inenl ; s<?iv from Xew York to town- !
in M*?? middle ives! pass Ihriiugb from
i i in terminal ur division point*-*,
ni. i .np* 11.*la% ti ai eaeh point, ii can
? .i...!, ii :eeii bc v. . . i. Hie ag ;
?. i*.!.'. ol ino - io i r.r.uid to in?*i j
i i mi-, itliil john) i \\ hen Hie: .. lung
ii aiiu: ?liv tinnily mude up ul euell iii
vb-icu |ii>int they an- loaded to full
eupaeily and drug ulong tho road at
..snail's pace. Tho trains are sc. long
th-t oftentimes tho sidings will not
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Greenwood, April On Monday
evening Mis? .Viiae.l:'. Lofton ga*.'
bc* gradual ng tcclrnl in piano, thc
couaunimatit n o? tho course for a
if asher's ( ...ilifleate. She played se
lections frcm Mozart, Mendelssohn,
Sg:'jnibati, Ifnndol, Macdowell, ('hop
pin and r.'.iger. In technic and in
terpretation sho proved herself to ho
au ait is'., and lier friends aro loud In
their congratulations to is gified
young musician. She was as.*.-?'alc.t
by .Miss .Marian Byrd whu played ;'.
lightfully several numbers on '.'.ie
violin, and Miss Hailey who pl. i yr',
thu second piano.
Tho Woflord Glee club g.lvo a .?o?
ceit Thursday "afternoon which a
large numb *.. of tho college glrln nt
Lendvd. It was a very pleasant pro
gram. There is unmistakable talent
among tho young men nf rho club.
V.r. Prlnco and Mr. Stubbs, were
gucfta at tho college.
Tho lyceum was brought to a tltw
Friday night with a lecture: "All
tho World's Stage," by Rr. Byron '.V.
King. Ho ls one of tho most gifted
men on the platform todiy.
His wolds will live.and his drama
tic acting lield Iii:; undi* nco 1 spf-M
hmmd. t!"!iT.> t!n- lecttii . Mr. Tul
ley played sever.:! rlmri'.iiiis numh rs
on tho pipo organ.
On a recent evening Ibo lirai yea **r.
class in linnie*.! fa science gil ve n lun
eheon to a fow frlonds among wluun
were Dr. and Mis. .lu m hon and Pov.
and Mrs. W. I. Herbert of the el.-y.
Dr. Wilson was made oh r i rina n o'
an-important educational meeting in
iihmlnf.1 Um where he wont-Monday.
Hut he was called back by telephone
to preach the funeral of Mrn. S. A.
E. Major cf Sandy Fprings.
.Mis* Alexander went to Abbeville
to art. a", one of tho judges In an
oratoi h al cnntt?t Friday'evening.
"Tho Kr.othcK.'an just frein tho.press
ls largely devotod to tho life of Eis/U
op Francis Ar/.ury, tho centenary of
wheeo do alli -tis this ycrr celebrated.
MANY GREENWOOD MASONS
TO ATTEND CONVENTION IN
CHARLESTON NEXT WEEK
Greenwood, April 7.-A number of
Greenwood Masons will attend t'.c
convention of three important Ma
sonic bodies in Charleston next week.
Tho grand council c:* Hoya! and se
Icut Masters, will mee-, tn TuosJay, ut
!? o'clock in the morning. At 12
o'clock on tho samo day tho Uran cl
Ifoyaj Arch chapter will nicol., and
on Wednesday. April 12th, tho 'annual
conclave of tho Grand Commander}*
of Knii.hts Templar of South Caro
lina will bo held.
Get to know and read Intelli
gencer Want Ads and you will
scon see they will save you many
a. dollar and get you wb?t you
VJ ant at the same time.
RAGS OF ALL KINDS'
I will pay $1.G0 per hundred, cash
25c per hundred for old' Scrap
ic por pound for old Automobile
10c per pound for old Inner Tubes,
-and Tho Highest Cash' Price for
all kinds of old Brass. Copper, etc
.If you have as much as 100 pounds
ot any of the above 'phone mo and
I'll call fer it
Manning Strcot Near Blue Ridge
. - Ice Co.
I Phono. 671.
UR DAY IS I
hold them at. meeting points be
Iwut-n two trains on single track rail
rosi?!?, moro time i?-: lost by the trains
having to "saw" by.
if |rai:u - vre rnovofl vic.-- rapidly'
cara v-mild reach tiicir destination, li"
unlovled and put buck in service
OHir-kcr, Tb? train crow? in asking
i-ir a basic eight hour day. means that
freight trains must make an average,
(?! ':'!-:! miles per hour in order lu
avoid payment of overtime Instead of
t1'- ih mili s per hour a:; at present.
'I here is m> demand for %ny change
in" I he pa' -er.gor servi univ frioght.
duh r tile present len hour day,
'. in there :.?) no penalty for work
i m:', a t ? i :. 11 overtime. <oli:-.e<|.i ally, i,'
train crews are k< ol on tho rca j
longer than ten boura ihc-.J ;:; no
<v;tr? paynvmt mad" for overtime
rilllM ||i..t. |ho |.:.-nl >' ? .. |i>- ill |j? P
hour MIMI MM; llailMm H ,;nl Iii ?nie I le
li ?1 hon rn exnired. I nder tho pr :.*s
eiii way ol' paying for overtime it ia
of litUo loicenueiK e io til? railway
companies whether they work the
crews I hmirH or lifiei.-n hours and
tilly minutes, ns one inore ear of
?IO:;?UL aihied to tho train Will moro
Mi.MI make up for tho wages paid flic
men by keeping them (.ii Hie mad
hm > holli's^
ll th" demand foi' lh;? men foi an
i.ifch? hour dav, with j :. iii?-al ol' lime
. ni oiii- li? li' lor o\fi i m.'-. i.-i v.' anted,
lu - railroMiln will K?;O lu il thal thi'iv
Is ivi j lill!'- overt i ino mid will move
ijieir ira in* faster, and if necessary
make i-rhurtcr trains ?o get them over
tiio road qnio-ker and cut out all un?
SERIES OF LECTURES AT
GREENVILLE COLLEGE A
TREAT ENJOYED BY ALL
(Special lo The Intelligencer.)
Greenville, April s.- Ono of the
greatest treats that has ever como io
t ? college was tho scries o? lectures
delivered iure last week by Dr. Ed
ward Howard Griggs of Now Yuri;.
These lectures closed the unusually
good lyceum course for the session
1915-16. Ur. Griggs presented sis
lectures, with the general subject nt
"Dramas ol Protest," cat'-h loctTO
treating of some phase of lu'e^ind It3
cV?ni'.-.uHie3, either practical or s;>!ri
tVal. "Tho Drama." tho lecturer
ra'd, "of all forma of art ls closest to
actual lifo. It give? tho hcr-t oppor
tunity not only for protest against t!.e
order of lifo where it ia wrong, but
shows constructively what lifo and
the social order ougvt to be." Ex
ampler, of dramas were UHO:1 from the
eldest, to the most recent, from the
far off east to tho civilization In
which wo ourselves Live. Dr. Gri.^s
never comes to Greenville without
making all who hear him feel the
bettor and braver for his being hero.
Greenville Womans college w?9
well represented at tho Y. V,'. A.,
conviction which met at Westminster
Inst wonk. Mrs. Itams.y went, wi i
Miss .lossie Bryant from Hie faculty
and Misses farol 1 toper, .lennie Sae
Way, Helen Davis, anil Annie Maude
Wilbur fi om tho reihti a: . stu hut
body. Five or l-l >: day pupil? made
tile delegation number about twelve.
The Walford college glee club gave
a very good recital in the college au
ditorium lavt Saturday night. A
largo and appreciative audience hoard
A special Blue F'ldge program waa
given at thc la. l regular meeting nf
tho V. W. C. A. Last year's dele'
.V.-tto* and o.hc:.; who aro lr?.oro.it:>d
give cntJiusia; !?'e reporta of tho cpi' ri
ll id placo itt ls to go. The association
horn to be even moro larsely re
probated Cit Blue Ridge this year.
Tho Scn'or class viii present a
min.:-.el chow on Thursday even
ing, proceeds to help defray tho ex
penses for tho collego annual/
Slip (?lveli Up, For Lost.
(By Associated Press.)
^gcattlo. April S.-T.'.Ve American
steamer Riopsusig, that sailed rrom
Ihigct Sound in December with Cft
ton for Russ'.*, has been slven un
for lost. Fhc was erroneously re
ported as arriving at Vladivotok Feb
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IKES SECOND TRIP
G. H. Bailes Lcrt Yesterday /f
tct'noon for Kew York-Is
Mr. G. M. Ilr.'lo prepriei r ( f iii" I
I lieu Hive, left Kulurdu> aitc/nocm Cyr
I New York lo additional pur-1
?chase; o'! bprhig goods. Ho was in j
j New York in January, when lu- mad.- i
?extensive purchases, ?jut ilntls it nee-,
essai'}*-'Ji crder tn keep things hum
ming t!ie L'uiies way-in make au
oilier trip : . this t'ni2.
Mr. Iv3:'hv.i enj'jys lise reputation
of heine a goe? buyer, and while Ii -
is governed, lo a oertiin cxtcut, hy !
uiemornndum:; of wanted gonda m:i;'.c j
up by the files;."onie i-i the different1
5; M tin-?nl . . "". '"' * M >f
. ;.>.| l>v. t?- ml? i MUil !<?:'.
.house;'salesmen \.< .W? 'u r!, ilia! ii
im impossible to stagger him with
ipiaiitlt.<(s ii Ihe HIL! i.-haiidl uaeivd
rings tru<" in va'.ue ar. 1 i-; adopted or
united to his li ade.
A New York trie:: ' of Mr. Ifailes'
who sometimes mai '..-: s?>. c!al trips
south, and who was i:i Anderson a
few weeks ugo. told this <mc on him
in his presence: ".Mr. Ilalies was hi
oiit' house In si Oetober unil the hoad
rf our bui? <i- parlment h:?d him in
i.rerted in a p'*ee*al In tha^we were
1. .. i.rii!.-. ai thai t .tie. 'If you ran
use JU ur Iii of liiese suits. Mr. Italie-.:'.
we <-.:ii make IJi'Ui li> voil for so aad
so." Ile CMimincd tlu'tn closely ami
replied, 'I'll give you so and SJ and
ta!<e all you have, if it is a train
load." And he rti.1 finally buy every
darned suit we had of that particu
' Ves. ret'ilL'lted Mr. Mailes, and we
made a killing <>n those suits; sold
every ono of them lon;; before the
For Infants and Children
!n Use For Over 30 Years
Signature o.' *-?<&&Z^Ur?<:A?4?
NOTICE OF I'!NAL SETTLEMENT
The undersigned, administrator j
willi will annexed, of thc estate of
Sarali E. Marlin, deceased, hereby
gives notice that ho will ou April
18th, 1916, at ll o'clock a. m.. ap
ply to the judge of probate for An
derson county fer a final settlement I
sr.ld cefafe ar.:l a discharge from]
bis office a?, administrator.
J. 0. Gresham,
Administrator with will annexed.
March 18, 1016.
Candidates Card? |
I nm n candidato for Congress from
the Third Congressional District, sub
ject to tho rales of the Democratic
A. ll. DAGNALL.
T hereby announce myself a candi
date for County Trensurer, subject
to thc rules of the democratic party.
J. H. CILAIG.
I hereby ann run co myself a candi- |
date for County Tr: --curer, subject i
to the rules of the democratic party. I
J. R. C. GRIFFIN. I
I hereby announce myself a candi
dato for Sheriff of Anderson county,
subject'to the rules of tho Democratic
W. B. KING..
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for the office of Sheriff of An
derson county subject to the rulen 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 tho rules of the
JOE M. H. ASHLEY.
J hereby announce myself^a candlr
dale for reelection to the omeo of
Coroner for Anderson county, subjet
tb tho rules. of the democratic pri
mary. ' . ,
J. G. HARD?N.
il i II iw
Chisholm, Trowbridge & Sass*
. New Theatre Bu3?&g
W. Whrtuer St
Dr^ Wade H. Sherard
413 Fourth Floor Beckley ?314?.
? tfelepieaa W* _
ALL ODORLESS REFRIGERATORS
suki exclusively .it this siore, ure cased
willi thc most carefully selected and thor
oughly kihi-dried oak, not ash stained to
imitate oak, hut genuine oak itself, the
material used in ail highest prude refrig
erators, and imitated in all others.
All sizes in stock-for Ihc home, store
or.market-at right prices.
m U S : Vi
G. F. TOLLY & SON
Anderson, S. C.
Saturday Specials at thc Sign o? thc Big Waich
Tin-su : in- iain ure attracting inure allenlion iwh wwii, ami to
mali!' .1 moro Interesting lo ?ill concerned we have decided to mateo
it u regular '.tiing. See the following Saturday:
Sl.oo Alarm Clocks.50c
Hig lien CMocks..$2.00
7 jewel Bigin, 20 year ??o?d filled case,.$7.50
17 jewel Hhr'm '.?0 year gold lilied case..$12.50
17 jewel Halimton, 20 year gold filled ca e.$17.00
17 ii v, i* 1 Hamilton, 20 ?car galt! filled ca v, IS size $14.75
S2.50 Self Filling Fountain Pen3.90c
L.So Sel of l ine China Cups awl Sauciers.$1.50
Two Special Treys line Kings, for price:; see window.
MARCHEANKS ?? BABB
North .Main Street Jewelers At tho Sign of lite Big Watch
Well, that's , us. We've got i j????^
now'the BEST STOCK, AND j m Vt?g?f
MORE OF IT than any of the ^fe^^ S
other guys. And that's not ! \v!
all, we have the best and,quickest fSfnr
delivery system in this man's town 1 HMfe
W. L. BRISSEY LUMBER CO.
Every home should have the
protection of a
TViCMtUKCIC TO uri
Save 15 per cent on your auto
insurance or if you have no in
surance, it protects you against
loss by fire..
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