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WANTED-Pop eorn. 3c on cob; fie
shelled. Anderson theatre.
WANTED-You to know thut the
Shad 'season is herc. I huvo JuBt
received 20 lurgo Hoes und IIS (ino
Hucks from freBh water. Jumbo
Kee Simd $1 each; ono uizo smaller
Ope each. Huck Shad 35 to 50e
each. Fresh meats of all kinds.
Call 292, or come to 207 East Whit
her street. -, W. J. Maneas, tho Sea
WANTED-Yon to know tb at the fln
' est tbing for a happy homo ls a
warm heart-but a good fire helps
some. Wo wont to promote the
family - happiness by sending yon
the maalnga uf a good fire. Genuine
Mue Gem Co il $5.60 per ton.'When
will you bo ready for lt? Cheaper
coal, of course, at lower prices.
'Phone 649, W. O. Ulme?"
FOR SALE-Two hornos, oms at $125
and anoihor at $60. Ono hull dog
pup eight, months old, $10. Apply
to Grover Hall, ?nderBon. S. C.
FOR .SALE- Seed sweet potatoes for
bedding. Right size, smooth and
sound. .Price right, x W. G. Ulmer,
FOR SALE-A few hundred bushels
select recleaned and graded Fulghum
Seed Oats sixty eight cents bushol
-worth more for feed purpose.
Forman Smith, Seedsman. Phone
FOR SALE--Nancy Hall and. Porto
Rico potato plants. $1.25 PCT thou
sand. Five thuosand for $6.00. Or
ders shipped day received, satisfac
tion guaranteed. Oaks Plant Farm,
Fort Greeu, Fla.
for dessert Sunday will add
to. your "rest day" pleasure.
Telephone us your order
f BQc Boya a Quart
"The REXALL Store"
j .'WOW *b COON
i Ub POT j A rr
j UNG HP uiiu
I .'_HGT AT
FOR RENT-Two furnished . rooms.
Two and one-half blocks from
square. Apply 319 East Whltner
TAKE NOTICE-I only advertlso
what I have: Von can lind the larg
est variety of Ash at W. J. Mancsa
Market, Shad, bass, pike, king
mackerel, Spunish mackerel, sheep
head, perch-and tho old reliable
pop-eyed mullets. Plenty of fresh
oysters, and pork and beef. Phone
2U2. W. J. ManeBH. 207 East Whltner
street. I noll for cash, hut will ex
tend credit to those who pay their
hills, and sell at as low prices as
the cheap-Johns charge; deliver and
go niter tho money, yeB I do.
POFJD PENDERS-We can put a few
short bruces on Ford fenders that
will save you 300 per cent. We
are prepared and won't delny you
very long'. Paul E. Stephens.
WADI J PAPER-If it is wall paper
. you ure looking for, wo have lt. ?
largo stock going at 2f> per cent,
below cont, .'bono 48, Ouest Paint
DEVOE's PAINT-The old stand hy.
the oldest paint makers in America
and tho best. Paint with DeVoe's.
fewer gallons', wears longer. W. I..
\ Drlsacy Lumber Co.
A FEW MORE Whlto Rotary Machines
. at $2S.OO. Don't miss this oppor
tunity. One spring wagon with topt
good as now; one Maxwell automo-?
bile, first danu shape. Dargnlns
und will be sold at once. J. A. Mul
lina*, 126-128 Weat Benson Street.
FROM 7 A. M., TO 10 P. M.-Buy
your Gasoline and Motor Oils from
H. A. Caudle, tho ono arm gas maa
on tho corner next to Owl Drug Co.
He will appreciate your business
and always givoB tbo utmost In
value. H. A. Caudle.
POTATO SLIPS-I nm guaranteed
the delivery of my plants this sea
son, therefore I guarantee to der
liver them to you dn the dato yog
want them. It will pay you to see
me before sending your mony Otu
R. P.. Sassard, 213 South. Main
?EASY-Make life's walk easy by hav
. ing us repair your shoes. We ore
not only prepared to do first class
work on short notice, but wo meet
any legitimate competition when it
? comes to prices. Honest work and
best materials always. W. E. McKee
Son, 132 East Whltner street,
BICYCLES-New Une of Columbia
and Ramblers no v ready for yon.
And Jones always sells 'em for less
-cuts the price on all kinds ot oc
cesBorios, too. J. L. E. Jones, 103
South Mclhithe Btreot.
WE ARE PAYING $42 per ton for
cotton seed, and giving 1 ton cot
ton need meal and $4.00 cash for
. ton of seed. Selling coal at 55.0Ci
and $5.60 per ton. Cabbage planta
$1.00 per M. Martin Coal & Wood
BREAKFAST BAUS AGIO-Tba de
mand for oar all pork sansage is
keeping ns very busy. They surely
aro the h?ght-st grado on tho mar
ket Mad* irom fresh pork carefully
selected and seasoned with inst
enough fresh ground herbs and
pore spices to givo that very un
usual and delicious flavor distinc
tively Lindsay's. Phone your order
. to 694, The Lily White Market. J.
N\ Lindsay, Proprietor.
HIDES-Dring them to m* lt JOH
want best prloea. I buy and aelf
more hides than any other dealer In'
this section ot the ?Ute. AU hides
bought by me are ehlpped with ab
batolr hides and command better
. prices, therefore t can and do pay
better pri?es. Bring them to WOU
fowl's Corner. R. P. non?oraca.
ig Back; Back
/Cr OK-K>, tHf^rj
IT HAS NOT been our intention to |
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
tho coo' Wa deliver. B. N. Wyatt,
JlTST RECEIVED-Another car o??
those 5 x 18 Cypress Shingles. W.
L. Drlssey Lumber Company.
AND NOW-When the weather begins
to warm up you are more anxious
than ever about your meats. You
want lo know that it is properly
handled. That's where we como
in. We have a long list of satisfied j
customers und they say our service
is fine. Phono us your wants,
Frank Dobbins, Sanitary Market,
'Phono 7CB. '
PREPAREDNESS 1B tho order of the
day now, while the Fire Insurance
Companies are wl'hdrawing from'
tho state is the tim i for you to have
your house, barr,, or out-building
protected with a Burrlss Metal
Shingle Roof. Of course the Initial
cost is just a trifle more than wood
shingles, but m the long run they
are rn: ch cheaper and they aro a|
tremendous protection against fire.
Drop In and let us show you. No I
trouble nor obligation on your part
whatever. Respectfully, Jno. T. |
Burrlss Se. Son.
QUICK WORK-'Phone 822 for Geor-,1
gia Garage for quick work. One f
export on Fords, and ono expert on
all other cars and ' motorcycles.
No. 108 South McDuflle street. Op.
J. L. E. Jones Bicycle Shop.
i Indigestion nearly always disturbs
the sleep more or less, and ls often
the cause of insomnia. Eat a light
supper with little if any meat, and no
milk; also .take one of Chamberlain's
Tablets Immediately after supper and
seo if you do not rest much better.
Obtainable everywhere. '
PIEDMONT & NORTHERN
ARRIVALS - j&
No. SI.7:35 A, ll
No. S3.9:35 A. M.
No. ,35.?1?49 A: M. j
No. 37.. 1:10 P. it
No. 39..... 3:40 P. M.1
No. 41......0:00 P.j.?.
No. 43. 8:25 P. fi.
No. 45.10:20 P. M.
Np. SO.,.,.6:25 A. M
No. 89. 8:25 A. M.
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No. 36..............12:10 P. M.
No. 88...4....2:80 P. M.
No. 40............. ?:50 P. IL
No. 42.........vT":?d P. M.
No. 44. 0:16. P. Itt.
RAGS OF ALL KINDS
I will pay $1.50 per hundred, cash
25c per hundred for etd Scrap
4c per pound for old Automobile
lob per pound for old Inner Tubes.
- ~ - J? 'm VTIMI.?~_* ..v. ?..,!-- ._
-aim ? II? tiling., i,niiii ruto IUI
all kinds o? old Brass, Copper, etc.
If you have a? much as 100.pounds
of any ot the above 'phone mo and
I'll call fo%lt
Mraning Ctrcef, Near Blue Ridge
. Iee Co. .'.. . ; .v.
' Phono ?71. .
Dw. AU. TROOPS* AV fr
\MY>CO (^TO THR.t-.l" ' ^P-T'i,^
V- JT , Tnt f7\AlN hobvr oOCOMD/
><b Tnt MC-AiR. C^oA^D -rAN ^ / f""~V
,f: COfAof^iC^TiC* ._^ Y
-A.-^_ j-1 y
At Cincinnati 4; Chicago
At St. Ixuila r>; Pittsburgh 8.
At Brooklyn-Boston, rain.
At Phtladelphla-Ncw York. rain.
At Chicago 7; Detroit 2 .
At New York-Washington, rain.
At Cleveland-St. Louis, ra'n.
At Boston-Philadelphia, rain.
At .Mobile 6; Atlanta 1.
At Nashville^; Chattanooga 3.
At New Orleans G; Hicmlugham 3.
At Memphis 2; Little Hock 5.
Asheville: Vanderbilt 2; Michigan
! At Atlanta: Georgia Tech C; Au
At Columbia: South Cand?na G;
Wttko Forest 2.
,At Tallahassee: Florida ii; Mercer
2. ;-. ;i?
At Tuscaloosa: Alabama 4; Georgia
At Sewanee: Sewanee G; University
of Chattanooga 1.
At Raleigh: Aggies 10; Wofford 4.
THE CHIEF OF POLICE AT
AUGUSTA SAYS HE WILL
ENFORCE WHISKEY LAW
Augusta. Ga. April 14.-Speaking of
the enforcement of the prohibition
law In Augusta af tor May 1, Major
Elliott said there was nothing lett
for his department to do but enforce
the law. Tho mon had nothing left
upon which to stand but obedience to
it. Under the near beer licence ordi
nance they had something upon
which to base their grounds for the
open saloon,, but hiD men would en
force the new law after May 1st. :;nd
the people in the near beer business
are preparing to ; elose their doors
or to enter Into tonie other business
tho building they now occupy.
IN SI'PRK MK COURT
record, ol Transactions Before High
Columbia, April 14-Supremo court
decisions rendered yesterday were as
. I. D. Jennings, respondent vs. ,F.
O. Jennings et al, appellee's Ad.'-' rn
ed. Opinion by D. E. Hydrick, A. J..
C. W. Harrison,, appellant vo. Gv
W. Crosby.. resnondent. ? Reversed!"
Opinion by. D. En Hydrick. A. J.
The chief justice Framer did imt sit
in this coso and did not participate in
, The state, respondent vs. George
W. RIsh, appellant.' reversed. Opln
, ion by .O. E. Hydrick, A. J. '
T. Gertrude all- et al, respondents
i vc. Bnftisii and American Mortgage
i company, appellants. Reversed;.
Opinion by D. E. Hydrick. A. J.
; .Pw.A. McKellar, respondent vs. J.
A. Stanton et al. appellants. Affirm
ed. Opini?n by R.C. Wfctts, A. J.
! $ The .county of Edgef icld, respondent
ivs. ? Georgia-Carolina.- Power company,
appellant. Affirmed. Opinion *y T.
?. Gage, A. J. Sopara to opinion, by
jT.VB. Fraser, A. 3.. The chief Jus
lice did not participate at the hearing
of , this case.
U ".' STEAMSHIP SUNK
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London, April 14?-The torpedoing
of thu' British steamship -Robert
Adam&oh is reported In a dispatch to
Lloyds, fi 13d on Tuesday at Harwich.
Tba' twenty-nine mab' Of tba crew
were landed. . Th* steamship ls be
to have gone down.
? . ? .. , . ?.- ?trM
From the Fron
NOW, J?Pr^ YVjtJ ARG v
TH? ?ZAR. ,-TMC- rAAfN
UJHIL.G I Wit-L
ACr AS R.GAR (??(VR.D
'S RESULTS j
V. P. I. DOWNS
(Special to The Intelligencer.)
Clemson College, April 14.-In the
most exciting "gamo of thc season,
featured hy the pitching or Anderson
for Clemson and Hibbs for Virginia
Polytechnic Institute, Clemson loift
by a score of A to 3. The last ball
batted threatened a tie. Anderson
relieved Long in tho fifth.
The following is score by Innings:
Jt ll R
Clemson. 002 OOO not-3 4 ?5
V. P. 1.OOO 400 000-1 10
Batteries: Clemson; Anderson,
liong and Harris; V. P. I. Hibbs and
Caines. Umpire Goodman.
More Officers Lost.
London, April 14.-The officers cas
ualty lists for February show tho
Eriiish army lost S75 officers, in
cluding 263 killed and fifteen missing.
This brings the aggregate loss for
the war to 23.9G2 i.ic-udiug T.420 '.(Hi
ed, 1.1S7 missing.
The ideal salesman sa the Want
Ad; direct in method--convinc
ing in argument--and reaching
hundreds of customers in one
To cook with L the most
convenient fuel to he
And it is the cheaper,
too when the ieasi bk of thought
and attention ts given ii.
Try it for awhile, and
you will like it There are many
satisfied users of gas in Ander?
It's just thc thing to
heat the bath rr om with.
Anderson Gas Co.
Chtaho?m, Trowbridge & Sofg?
W. Whitner Si
Dr. Wade H. Sherard'
413 FottithRew Blecfcley BM*
-:- By Bud Fisher
sold exclusively at this store, are cased
'villi 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 in stock-for the linnie, store
or market-at right prices.
G. F. TOLLY & SON
Anderson, S. C.
Once every week-;on Saturday-we arrange to offer special
values-tho best obtainable at prices very much lower than they
are ordinarily possible. Mark these for Saturday. April 151b.
$1.00 Alarm Clocks at 50c Each.
Rig Hen Alarm Clocks at $2.00 each.
$2.50 Self Killing Fountain-pens at 90c each..
17 Jeweled Elgin, 20 year case, 16 si?.e,. at $12.50 each.
7 Jeweled Elgin, 20 year case, 16 size, at $7.50 each.
21 Jeweled Hamilton Om?t Proof Case, at $28.50.
$2.50 value French China Cups and Saucers at $1.59.
Ladies* Elgin, 20 year caBe Bracelet Watches at $10.00.
Specials In Binga-See Tray in Window.
MARCHBANKS & BABB
Korti* Mnln Street Jewelers
Al the Sign of the Big Watch
Well, that's us. We've got
now the BEST STOCK, AND
MORE OF IT than any of the
other guys. And that's not
all, we have the best and quickest
delivery system in this man's town
W. L. BRISSEY LUMBER CO.
CM m ?Eras* canten.
JJ rc rna Ut cd tn ?Uki.*!? cf fi! iii.
jj r i-.' i food And dncJl by gfftxt 1
Do not delay. Let
us equip you now
,,and be immune
from the pests.
. E V e r y day wilt
- and peace and rest-'
Anderson, S. C.
Belton, S. C