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WANTED-Position ns bookkeeper, or
otflce assistant, by young lady with
three years experience. Cnn go to
work at once, or later. Dost of ref
erence. AddroBB J. J. Caro Intelli
WANTED YOU TO KNOW-That 1
have Jost received ?0 pair? Diamond
Tires and will sell at those prices:
Diamond Puncture proof, $2,20.
Tho Diamond' "Dalley Nb'n-FHItf,
$1.75; Diamond 400 Camden..!)..
Diamond 1030, $1.10; Hunter, $?.<'.;
Tba Ironclad Barcup, S2.00. Agents
Smith's Motor Wheel. J. L. IC
Jones, 103 McDufllo street. . ..
WANTED-You to know that the fin
est thing for a happy home ls a
warm bca-t-but a good fire helps
some. Wo want to promo tr the
family happiness by sending you
the makings of a good Are. Genuine
Blue Gean Coal (6.60 per ton. When
will you bo. ready for it? Cheaper
coal, of course, at lower prices.
'Phone 64?. W. a Ulme?.
FOR SALE-Ono Maxwell roadster.
Call atCampbell's Garage.
FOR SALE CHEAP-One Buick.Model
31, five passenger touring car, in
good, condition with complete equip
ment-top, seat covers, electric
lights., horn, speedometer, etc. Will
sell for cash or credit, or exchange.
G. G ads i'; er. Sayre.
FOR SALE-Puro New Era Peas,
$1.60- per bushel. Thc foundation
of a profitable crop ls the best
seed. A little higher in price-a
great deal higher in quality. M. W.
Sloan, Phone 625.
Do not neglect
T Relieve it at once
;with Wilhite's Mix
ture -for Whooping
"We recommend it"
'"Thv REXAiL Stob*'
OH, CiAf*.' i
? UJONOSR WH?RC- I
THAT Soon ? /
FOR SALE-Send Kweet potatoes for j
bedding. Right size, smooth und
Bound. Price right. W. O. TJlmor,
FOR SALIO-A few huudred bushelB
eelect reclcaned nnd graded Fulghum
Soed Oats sixty eight cento bushel
-worth more for feed purpose.
Furman Smith, Seedsman, Phone |
FOit SALE-Nancy Hall und Porto
Rico potato plunts, $1.25 per thou
nand. Five tiiuosand for $G.OO. Or
der? shipped day received, satisfac
tion guaranteed. Oaks Plant Farm,
Fort GreejU, Fla.
SWEET POTATOR SLIPS-Wot the
wilted, dried up slips, bu. right out
of the soil slips-green and fresh,
30c per hundred; $2.25 per thou
Hand, at green houses. The Ander
son Floral company, 533 Marshall
FOR YOUR HEALTHS SAKE eat
good tish In springtime. I expect
red fin croakers, pike, basB and a
good lot of pop eyed mullett Friday
and Saturday. I keep Spanish
mackerel all tho time, and sell flab
and oysters in small lots as cheap
as the shippers. See me when you
want a flatt fry. I handle homo
raised pork and beef and sell it
cheap. W. J. -Maneas, 207 East
Whitner street. Phone 292.
FOI?iD FENDERS-We can put a few
short braces on Ford fenders that
will nave you 300 per cent. We
aro prepared and won't delay you
very 'ong. 'Paul E. Stephens.
; A FEW MORE White Rotary Machines
at $28.00. Don't miss this oppor
tunity. Ono spring wagon with top,
good as new; one Maxwell automo
bile, first ciasB shape. Bargains
and will be sold at once. J. A. Mul
linux 126-128 West Benson Street.
FROM 7 A. M., TO 10 P. M.-Buy
your Gasoline and Motor Oils from
.fl. A. Caudle, tho one arm gas man
on the cosner next to Owl Drug-Co.
He will appreciate your business
and. always gives the utmost In
yal^Afl. A. Caudle.
P?TATO SLIPS-I am guaranteed
the delivery of my planto this sea
son, thoreforo I guarantee to ' de
liver them to you on tho date you
want them. It will pay you to see
mc before sending your mony off.
R. ?. Sassard, 213 South Main
1 i i ;
I EASY-Mako life's walk easy by hav
ing us repair your shoes. We are
not onl.T 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 alwav^. G. E. McKee
& Sou, 132 East Whitner street,
opposite Toll y'H.
WE ARE PAYING $42 per ton for
cotton seed, and giving 1 ton cot
ton seed meal and $4.00 cash for
ton ot need. Selling coal at $5.00
and $5.50 per ton. Cabbage plants
$1.00 per M. Martin Coal & Wood
BREAKFAST SAUSAGE-The de
mand for our all pork sausage ta
keeping us very busy. They surely
aro the highest grade on. the mar
ket Mada from fresh potk carefully
selected and seasoned with Jost
enough fresh ground herbs and I
pure spices to give that, very an*
usual and delicious flavor distinc
tively Lindsay's. Phone your order
to 694. The Lily WbIto Market, ft
; ,N? Lindsay, Proprietor.
IT HAS NOT been oar Intention to
make delivery of coal a social "af
fair" but wo'ra euro you'll be de
lighted with our woy ot delivering
coal-and every one ia pleased with
the coal wo doll vor. B. N, ? Wyatt
. Thone 18V ^_
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WA I vi J PAPER-II it is wail paper
you are looking tor, wo linvo it. A
large stock going at 2r, per cent,
below cost. Phon** 48. Guest Paint
DHVOE'S PAINT-Tho old Rtand by.
tho oldest paint makers in America
and tho best. Paint with DoVoe's,
I fewer gallons, wears longer. W. L.
Hrlssey Lumber Co.
S HIDES-Bring them, to mo lt you
want be3t prices. I buy and sell
! more bides than any other dealer in
thia section of the state. All hides
j bought by me aro shipped with ab
I batolr hides and command better
prices, therefore I can and do pay
better prices. Bring them to Willi
ford'B Corner. R. D. Henderson.
. ' ?ND NOW-When the weather beglnB
j to warm up you aro more anxious
I than ever about your meats. You
want to know that it is properly
handled. That's where we como
in. Wo havo a long list of satisfied
customers und they say our service
is fine. Phone us your wants.
Frank Dobbins, Sanitary . Market,
PREPAREDNESS 1B tho order of thu
day now, while the Firo Insurance
Companies are withdrawing from
the state is the time for you to havo
your house, barn, or out-building
protected with a Burriss Metal
Shingle Roof. Of course the initial
cost 1B just a trifle moro than wood
Bhlngles, but in tho long run they
aro much cheaper and they are a
tremendous protection against fire.
Drop In and let us show you. No
- trouble nor obligation on your part
whatever. Respectfully, Jao. T.
BurriBs & Son.
QUICK WORK-'Phone 822 for Geor
gia Garage for quick work. One
expert on Fords, and ono expert on
all other enra and motorcycles.
No. 108 South McDufflc street. Op.
J. L. E. Jones Bicycle Shop.
. LOST OR FOUND
STRAYED OR .STOLEN-Mate setter
. pup-white with brown apota. Lib
eral reward for any information.
Phono 857, or notify Garland . Mc
LOST-A diamond shaped fraternity
pin, set with pearls. Reward if re
turned to Frank Brownleo, 403
South McDufile street.
FOR RENT-Two furnished tooms.
Two and one-half blocks from
square. Apply 319 East Whitner
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All persons having claims against
tito estate of Fred Kowalski, deceased,
are hereby notified to. present them
properly proven to the undersigned
within the time prescribed by law,
and those indebted to make settle
ment . ' ,
Mrs. Hcdweig Kowalski,
RAGS PF All KINDS
I will pay,il.GO per hundred, cash
25c per hundred for did Scrap
4c per pound for old Automobile
loo per pound for old Inner Tubes,
-and-The Highest Cash Prioe for
all kinds of old Brass, Copper, oto.
It you havo as ranch as 100 pounds
.ot any of thia above 'phone me and
Mt call for it .
Manning Street Near Blue Bldg?
.. *. ' lea Co.
. Phone 671. . \- <
Ai Iirookiyn 7; New York :i
At Philadelphia fi; Boston
Only two scheduled.
At Heston 2; Washington '! (Morn-|
lng gani". )
At Leston 2; Washington '). (A:*:cr
At Now Vork 2; Phila'ic.plila I.
At C.'i'cugo 2; St. Louis fi.
At Clcnland-TJetroii, rain.
At /Manta 2; Ney. Orleans I.
A? Litre Ro?k 7; Memphis. :i.
At hlrm'nham IS; Mobile 0.
A*. Chattanooga 3:*'Na?l*v?lle'
At Montgomery 3; Columbi;.>
At Albany 7: Macon ti.
At Colutr.ma C; Charleston ?
At Jacksonville 14; Augusta 8.
South Carolina 4;
GAME BY 4-3
Clemson Tigers Powerless Be
fore Curves of Baptist
* Freshman of 20. \
(Special to The Intelligencer.)
Greenville. April ID.-With a Fresh
man, Beling, not yet twenty ycara old
In the box; with tho first catcher out
of tho gante, tho second catcher also
injured, und with left fielder Cain be
hind the bat. Furman won the great
est college baseball gamo seen heve
in several years from Clemson this
afternoon by a score of 4 to 3. The
contest was thrilling from start to
finish. In the third inning Clemson
had three on ami none ant. Two pop
flies and a strike ont got -Bollng out
of tho hole. In tho seventh. Clemson
scored three on two errors and a
home run. IK that samt inning Fur
man-scored four en ' four hits, and
-'inside baseball," ono runner te'uiK
"squeezed over." A feature of Mic
gante wat; a catch of what seemed a
certain home run hy Mobley, who
raced back into deep center and got
under tho ball. Holing struck out
six men. Tlte crowd was' wildly en?
th us last ic from sturt to finish. Ry
winning today Furman maintains a
perfect percentage to the state cham
Forman.OOO OOO 100-4 8 fi
Clemson..OOO OOO 300- 3 4 2
Batteries: Bollng and Cain; Ander
son. Long abd Harris.
Umpires. Milla add Vernon.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
AU persons having claims against
4he estate of Hugh Mahaffey, Sr., de
ceased, are hereby notified to present
them properly proven to tho under
signed within the timo prescribed by
law,'and those indebted to make set
tlement " .
G60. W. SulItVSJB,
? * ?. . .and -
AI. C. Mahaffey.
April io; 1016. ^ v
inply His Vi
?*e /to A) yervo 7?*tot? bed
A YtujL. OUAMJU? COOS l/a&f
-firmst, Zruyp .
INTERURBAN LEAGE TO
OPEN SATURDAY WITH 4
MILL TOWNS PLAYING
Tho Interurbah Daso Ball league
will oj/en up Saturday, April 22d,
HUG with the following clubs: Greer,
Poo Mill, Pelzer and Belton.
Tnoapau club lias withdrawn from
thc* league and Piedmont has volun
tarily dropped out for thirty days with
a view of getting some other cl uh to
take the place of Tucapau so if there
ls any club on the interurban linee
that wishes to join tho Interurban
league can write to Wi. E. Hammond,
Sec. Pelzer, S. C.. at once which will
he taken up with" the other clubs Im
mediately. The following schedule
hns been adopted to May 13th:
April 22nd: Pelzer vs. Belton at
April 2?nd:' Poe vs. Greer at Greer.
April 29th: Belton vs. Pelzer .at
April 29th: Greer vs. Poe at Poe.
May 6th: Pelzer vs. Greer at
May 6th: Poe vs Pelton at Belton.
May Kith: Greer vs. Pelzer at Pel
May Kith: Belton vs. Poe at Poe.
Tho full schedule will bo complet
ed anti published later and tho public
may be assured of seing some good
hall in tho Interurban league.
ERSKINE WINNER OVER
THE NEWBERRY CLUB IN
HOTLY CONTESTED GAME
(Special to Tho Intelligencer.)
Due West, S. C., April 19.-In a
hotly contested game here thu' after
noon Ersklno college : defeated the
Newberry college club" by a score , of
2 to 1. Both pitchers were in good
lorin and nt no time in serious danger
of lo?Ing control of the situation.
TSrsklno... ... ......... ..2 7 2
Newberry. .1 r? 1
Batteries: Wolff and ' McDaniel!*;
Moyer and Rankin.
Chisholm, Trowbridge & Suggs
New Theatre Ba?dhig
Dr. Wade H. Sherard
413 Fourth Floor BlecUey Bldg;
T?l?phone 646 ?
-May be found at the follow inc:
E. E. elmore's
.... Paul Cromer's .
C. G. Stevenson's
E. G. F?nt's
J. H. Allen's
let.. -:- By BUD FISHER
sold exclusively at this store, are cased
with the most carefully selected and thor
oughly kiln-dried oak, not ash stained lo
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 home, store
or market-at ri^ht prices.
G. F. TOLLY & SON
Anderson, S. C.
No Present Equals Silver
It always comes back to this-you want your gift first of all to
please and then to be as practical and lasting as it may.
What is there that carries with it thc spell of a piece of nice
silver tableware, even though it be inexpensive. ?
What really lasts so long or is used on so many occasions?
uur Btoek includes the newest patterns in the famous Gorham
A pleasure to show you the many new suggestions If you pur- >
chase or not. \ \
MARCHBANKS & BABB
North Main Street Jewelers At 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?ffffJ
W. L. BRISSEY L?MB?R CO.
factly tempered and properly set.
HANDLES made of select timber, well sea?
saned, polished and waxed.
what they are. If you try them you will be
convinced of their superiority.
Anderson, S. C.
Belton, S. C.
Greenville, S. C.