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WANTED-A SBIOR representative in
this territory to soil Paints, Var
nishes Rooting Cement and Special
ties. Rig oportunity for the right
party. (Mean Roofing Co., Cleve
WANTED-Position as bookkeeper, or
office aBSlatant, ny young lady with
three yearn experience. Can go to
work at once, or later. DeBt of ref
erence. Address J. J. Caro Intelli
WANTED YOU TO KNOW-That I
have juet received 30 palra- Diamond
Tires and will sell at thc?o prices:
Diamond Puncture proof, $2,25.
Tho Diamond Bailey Non-Skid,
$1.75; Diamond 400 ('anulen. li.l?
Diamond 1U30, Si. 10; Hunter, $1.40;
The Ironclad Rarcup, $2.00. Agents
? Smith's Motor Wheel. J. I,. E.
Jones, 103 McDufllo street.
WANTED-You to know that the fin
est thing for a happy home ls a
warm heart-b?t a good fire helps
u ramo. Wo want to promoto the
family happiness by sending you
tho ma'alngs of a good Aro. Genuine
I ? Bluo Gem Coal $5.50 per ton. When
jg will you bs ready for lt; Cheaper
coal, of course, at lower prices.
.Phone 649. W. G. Ulmeav
. FOR SALE .
' FOR iSALE OR RENT-My house,
402 Croyton street-furnished or
. .unfurnished. J. R. Simpson, at Abo
Leaser's old stand.
POR SALE CHEAP-Ono Buick Model
?1, five passenger touring car, in
good condition with complete equip
ment-top, seat covers, electric
lights, born, speedometer, etc. Will
sell for each or credit, or exchange.
G. Gadsden Sayre.
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Save a Dollar
Last Summer's straw hat ls good
for, many more months of ser
vice. Because you laid lt away
during the winter months
doesn't mako it worthless-lots
of wear In it yet.
J it til" drop a capsulo nf t
Straw Hat Cleaner
. . ...
in a little water, brush your hat
with Ute mixture, rlase it off.
shake lt, put it on your head
clean, with good looks restored.
A 10-cent box cleanB your hat
V twice; abd you can also use El
k?y's Straw J?at Cleaner to re
move ink and fruit stains, mil
dew, otc, from all kinda of
-; . Sold in this community by
j;,< Retnernbor. your money wtlil ?
be cheer/ally refunded if you
are not pleas icu" with re.Bults?
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FOR SALE-Pure I*, aw Era PeoB,.,
?l.fiO per bun1-'il. Tho foundation
of a profitai' crop lu tho beet
seed. A lit* higher in prlccj-a
great deal hl| r In Quality. M. W.
Sloan, Phone ;25. I
FOR SALE-Seed ?weet potatoes for
bedding. Right Bise, ??mooth and
Round. Price right. W. O. Ulmor,
FOR SALE-A few hundred bushels
select recleaned and graded Fulghum
Seed Oats sixty eight cents buabol
I -worth more for feed purpose.
Furman Smith, Seedsman, Phone
?FOR SALE-Nancy Hall and Porto
Rico potato plants, $1.26 per thou
sand. Five thuo8und for $6.00. Or
ders shipped day received, satisfac
tion guaranteed. Oaks Plaut Farm,
Fort Oreen, Fla._
SWEET1 POTATO SLIPS-Not tho
wilted, dried up slips, hut right out
of tho soil slips--green and fresh,
30c per hundred; $2.25 ppr thou
sand, at greon houses. The Ander
son Floral company, 633 Marshall
A FEW MORE White Rotary Machines
at 928.00. Don't misB this oppor
tunity. One spring wagon with top,
good as now; one Maxwell automo
bile, tlr?t class shape. Bargains
and will bo sold at once. J. A. Mul
lina*. 120-128 West BenBon Street.
FOR YOUR HEALTHS SAKE eat
good fish in springtime. I expect
red fin croakers, pike, bass and a
good lot of pop eyed mullett Friday
and .Saturday. I keep Spanish
mackerel all the time, and sell flBh
and oysters in small lots as cheap
as thc shlppors. Seo me when you
want a. fish fry. I handle home
raised pork and beef and sell lt
. cheap. W. J. ManeBS. 207 East
Whitner street, Phono 292.
FROM 7 A. M.. TO 10 P. M.-Buy
your Gasoline and Motor Oils from
H. A. Caudle, the one arm gas man
' on tho cornor*next to Owl Drug Co.
He will appreciate your business
and always givoB the utmost in
value. H. A. Caudle.
POTATO SLIPS-I am guaranteed
tao delivery of my planta this sea
son, therefore I guarantee to de
liver them to you on the date you
want them. It will pay you to see
me before sending your mony off.
R. F. SasBard, 213 South Main
EASY-Mako llfo's walk easy by hav
ing us repair your shoos. Wo aro
not only prepared to do first claBS
work on short notice, but we meet
any legitimate competition when lt
comes to prices. Honest work and
best materials always. G. B. McKee
& Son, 132 East Wbitner street,
WE ARE PAYING 942 per ton for
cotton seed, and giving 1 ton cot
ton seed meal and $4-00 cash for
ton of seed. Selling coal at $5.00
and $5.50 per ton. Cabbage plants
$1.00 ror ti Martin Coal ft Wood
BREAKFAST SAUSAGE-Tho de
mand for our all porte sausage ls
koeplng us very busy. They surely
are the highest grads on the mar
ket Made from fresh pork carefully
selected and seasoned with Jost
enough fresh ground herbs and
pore spices to give that Very un
usual and delicious flavor distinc
tively Lindsay's. Phone your order
to 694; The Uly White Market, J.
N, Lindsay. Proprietor.
HIDES-Bring them to me Sf you
want host prices, i bay and sell
moro hides than any other dealer In
this section ot the state. All hides
. bought by mo' aro shipped with ah
bato!r hides and command better
prices; therefore I can and do pay
better prices. Bring them to WilU
ford'? Corner. R. D. Henderson,
V j YOU WOULD B^:
FOR*D FENDERS-We can put a few
short 'oruccs on Kord fenders that
will savo you .100 per cunt. Wo
aro prepared and won't delay you
very long, raul E. Stephuna.
WALL PAPER-If lt ls wall paper
you are looking for, wo have it. A
large stock going at 25 per cont,
below cont. Phon'j 48, Guest Paint
DHVOE'S l'A I NT-The. old stand by,
the oldest paint makers in America
and tho bent. Paint with DoVoo'.s,
fewer gallon?, wears longer. W. L.
Drlssey Lumber Co.
IT HAS NOT been our intention to
make delivery of coal a social "af
fair" but we're sure you'll- bo de
lighted with our way of delivering
coal-and every oue ls pleased with
tho coal we deliver. D. N. Wyatt,
AND NOW-When tho weather begins
to warm up you aro more anxious
than ever about your meats. You
want to know that it IB properly
handled. That's where wo cpmo
In. We have a long list of satisfied
customers and they say our service
is fino. Phono us your wants.
Frank Dobbins, Sanitary Market,
PREPAREDNESS Ia tho order of the
day now, while the Flro Insurance
Companies nro withdrawing from
tho stato is the time for you to havo
your house, barn, or out-building
protected -with a Burrlas Metal
Shingle Roof. Of course the Initial
cost is just a trifle more than wood
shingles, but In the 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, Jno. T.
Burrlas & Son.
QUICK WORK-'Phone 822 for Geor
gia Garage for quick work. Ono
expert on Fords, and one expert on
all other cars end motorcycles.'
No. 108 South McDufflo Btreet. Op.
J. L. E. Jones Bicycle Shop.
LOST-Tuesday afternoon, white set
ter pup. Will pay for any Informa
tion as to whereabouts, whether
Btrayed, stolen or Willed. Phone
857, or notify Garland MeCfegor.
FOUND -Shrlners Pin. C. B. Ellis,
care S. H. Kress & Co.
Get to know and read Intelli
gencer Want Ads ?nd yon will
soon see they wi!! save you many
a dollar and get you what you
want at the same time.
Let Us Make
YOUR OLD SHOES
? We can do it. Restore their
youthful looks and the excel
lent materials we use in our
fine repair work will last you
in good solid wear for many
-months td come. Our prices
are lowest in the city consider
ing the great satisfaction we
WOOD'S SHOE SHOP
LOST OR FOUND
Quick Shoe Repairing
Cn the Square
Have Their Del
AOVAMO: ,EuT H'S
ONUSUAL TO PAY Pet? A 8?
v^goc^'Tvoo TRUST us':
At Cincinnati 2; St. I.ouis ">.">
At Chicago-Pittsburgh, rain.
At Npw York-Philadelphia, cold.
At Boston-Brooklyn, ran.
At Philadelphia 0; noston 4.
At Detroit 4; Chicago 2.
At Washington 3; New York 2.
At St. Louis 4; Cleveland
At Atlanta 4; Birmingham 1
At Memphis 1; Nashville 2.
At 'Mobile 6; New Orleans
(Called sevenUi rain. >
At Little Rock 8; Chat tanonga 7
(Ton innings.) 1
At Macon 9; Charleston 10.
At Albany 2; Montgomery 3.
At Augusta il; Jacksonville 0.
At Columbus 5; Columbia 4.
At Danville, Ga. :j. University of
North Caril ina 8; Washington and Lee
4. (Fourteen Innings.)
At Durham, N. C.: Trinity 1;
At Charlottesville: Virginia 1; Holy
At Chattanooga 2; Tennessee J.
STANDING OF CLUBS
Won Lost P.C.
Columbia . 4 3
Col umbu s . 4 3
Montgomery. 4 -3
Charleston.- 4 3
Augusta ._ 4 3
Macon. 3 4
Albany . . 3 4
I .hickson vii lc . 2 5
Nashville . 9 2
New Orleans . 8 2
Atlantt . 3 7
Memphis . 6 4
Birmingham.1 6 /fi
Mobile. 4 7
I Little Rock .r 3 7
Chattanooga. 3 S
I Boston. 7
j New York ?. ; 5
Detroit .". 6
SL LOUIB. 6
Chicago .-.. 6
Washington ..-,. 5
Philadelphia. 6 1
St Louis. 6 4
Chicago. 5 . 4 .
Boston.. 3 3
Cincinnati .;V !> 6
Brooklyn . 2 3
Pittsburgh ...V 4 ?
Now York . 1 ' 6
GET THE BEST
We are sole agents for
Spalding Tennis aqd Base Bali
Goods. When you buy Spald
ing's you buy the best.
Pant's Book Store
SURI: T TRUST YOU, BUT r T>6<
T/v^e- (v\OR.? CNafKQS. Th
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i <?QT KiLLCD TH (5 MfcST ?<\*
OUT ftNQ i, r^Qy??^ ^
A BIG LEAGUER HERE
WITH KORO CLUB
VON KOLNITZ TALKE BASE
BALL AND IS NOT A BIT
"STRINGS" ON HIM
Cincinnati Still Has Claim on Fa
Mous South Carolina Back
stop and He May Return.
Fritz Von Kolnitz, probably tho
ni03t sensational backstop ever turned
out from a South Carolina college, waa
in. thc city yesterday afternoon, .com
ing hero 'with thc Wofford university
baseball team, wh'ch club ho bas
coached this soaso J.
Von Kolnitz began his career in
tho professional ga no with Charles
ton, playing with that club in the
Sally league after leav.'ng the Uni
versity of South Carolina. He was
considered one of the best players of
the team -while attending ochool at
the College of Charleston., and at
tho university ho fupther?i^lstinguish
ed himself, thus attracting the at
tention of the South Atlantic league
managers. Ho soon proved himself
fitted for better company, and as a
result ho was sold to tho Cincinnati
"Reds" of the national league, which
club noTv has "strings" on him.
"It look3 as if you were pretty se
verely rapped on by Clemson in the re
cent gamo staged at Spartauburg."
idly remarked tho reporter aa Von
Kojnitz was lining up his men for
the game yesterday afternoon.
"Yea." he replied, "they havo been
giving .1 to us on all sides, hut we're
still on tho job." The big leaguer
looked about as much worried as
Connie Mack did following the first
licking his. club gave the N'ew York
Giants in the world series of 1913,
and ho turned away smilingly to
give directions to his club.
, Von Kolni*:z said he had no plans
for tho future, at least ho had none
for publication. He remarked that
the "F.r>ds" still bad strings on him.
as he had a throe-year contract with
that club, and until that was out he
could not play professional baseball
unless lt was with Cincinnati. It - is
considered likely that he will return
there when his work at Wofford is
Spring is looked upon by many as
the most delightful season of the
year, but this cannot be said of the
rheumatic. The cold and damp weath
er brines on rheumatic pains which
are anything btu pleasant. They cad
bi relieved, however, hy applying
Chamberlain's Liniment Obtainable
We. are now prepared to
vulcanize Automobile Tubes
and Casings as well LS Bicycle
Tires, .our facilities for doing
this work being the completest
In the city. V
All Work Guaranteed
Drop by and let.es shoW you the
biggest thing ever Ir-trodueed to
the motorcycling world-^Tho 10W
[GATES & SMITH
West Benson Street
Their Hute By BUD FISHER
INSULATION-The walls of an ODORLESS
Refrigerator consists of the following: Ex
terior case, solid oak, one nullt Linofelt, ono
spaco Dead Air, one quilt Linofelt; Interior
case and the inner lining of metal, white
enamel or porcelain, as the ease may he.
Experiments hy scientists have demonstrat
ed thc superiority of this system of Insulation
over any other in use today.
Why not get the heat?
G. F. TOLLY & SON
Anrk'son, S. C.
is a term that does not exclusively belong to music.
Paderewski, Hoffman, Ysaye, Rendcgger-all these, to be
sure, possess "tonal quality," but the term may also be ap
plied without the least strain to the character of our busi
ness. . ~
If you wish to see the most- fastidious Gem Things and
the newest and best in Jewelry of all>kitids in this locality
you are forced to come here. "
If you wish to see the lowest prices for sound quality, you
again are forced to come here.
This is ~a one class store-for the class that demands the
most for their money. '
MARCHBANKS & BABB
North Malu Street Jewelers At the Sign of the Big Walch
Material ' l^feSTs
Weli, that's us. We've got ?lR^^]
now the BEST STOCK, AND '^?^M
MORE OF IT than any of the ^^^^^
other guys. And tjiat's not V N\|
all, we have the best and quickest v'HKr
delivery system in this man's town Plifo
W. L. BRISSEY LUMBER CO.
. THE KIND THAT
MAKE FAMOUS PLAYERS
ARE FULLY WARRANTED.
THEY ARE THE BEST THAT CAN BE
ANY ARTICLE IN THE LINE THAT ..
?PROVES DEFECTIVE WILL BE REPLACED.
SULLIVAN HARDWARE CO.
Anderson, ; [ I "" Greenville, ; ' - " Belton.