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WANTED-Two neat appearing
young, single men of good charac
ter', to travel with manager and
solicit. Experience unnecessary.
Salary and expenses or commission.
Call at St. James Hotel 2 to 4 p.
mV today. H. C. Looper.
WANTED YOU TO KNOW-That X
ha ve" Just received. 30 palra Diamond
T|res and will sell at those prices;
Diam omi Puncture proof, $2,25.
Tao. Diamond Bailey Non-Skid,
Si.7b; Diamond 400 Camden, $l.r
Diamond 1830. SI. 10; Hunter, |1.40;
The Ironclad Barcup, S2.00. Agents
Smith's Motor Wheo!. J. L. E
Jones, 103 McDutBe street.
WANTED-You to know that the fin
est thing for a happy home ls a
.PTirm heart-hut a good fire helps
aome. Wa want to promote tbs
family^ happiness hy sending you
the makings of a good fire. Genuine
Dluo Gem Coal $5.50 per ton. When
v,Hl you. he ready for it? Cheaper
coal, of course^ at lower prices.
'Phone ?tv. w. u. uim?t
FORBADE-Three Press OH Mill at
half value at Gainesville, Ga., and
some farms near Westminster, S.
C., cheap. Liberal terms. Address
Box 173. Gainesville, Ga.
FOR .SALE OR RENT-My house,
402 Cray ton atreet-furnished or
unfurnished. J. R. Simpson, at Abe
Leaser's old stand.
FOR SALE-Pure New Era Peas,
Si50 per bushel. The foundation
of a profitable crop la the beat
. seed. A little higher In price-a
great deal higher in Quality. M. W.
Sloan. Phono 625._
lng Gough Remedy is
safe and eflfective and
may be given to chil
dren of any age.
xPrepitodhy Dr. J.
'AtM'T START TILL
fe <o?*T A GU it>e<
B"I> mro S0<A?
FOR SALE-Seed sweet potatoes for
bedding. Right size, smooth and
sound. Price right. W. O. Ulmor,
FOR SALB-A few hundred bushelB
select recleaned and graded Fulghum
Seed Oats sixty eight cents bushel
-worth more for feed purpose.
Furman Smith, SeedBman, Phone
FOR SALE-Nancy Hall and Porto
Rico potato plants, $1.25 per thou
sand. Five tbuoaand for $6.00. Or
ders shipped day received, satisfac
tion guaranteed. Oaks Plant Farm,
Fort Green, Fla. ?_
3 WEET POTATO SLIP?-Not the
wilted, dried up Blips, but right out
of the soil slipB-greon and fresh,
30c per hundred; $2.25 por thou
sand, at green houses. The Ander
son Floral company, 538 Marshall
\ FEW* MORE White Rotary Machines
at 928.00. Don't miBS this oppor
tunity. One Bprlng wagon with- top,
good as new; one Maxwell automo
bile, first class shape. Bargains
and will be sold at once. J. A. Mul
linax, 126-128 West Benson Streot.
yon YOUR HEALTHS SAKE cat
good Qsh tn springtime. I expect
red fin croakers, plko, bass and a
good lot of pop eyed mullett Friday
and (Saturday. I keep Spanish
mackerel all the timo, and Boll fish
and oysters in small lots as cheap
as the shippers. See mo when you
want s fish fry. ! handle home
raised pork and bdof and sell it
cheap. W. J. Maness, 207 East
Whitner street. Phone 292.
POTATO SLIPS-I am guaranteed
the delivery ot my planta this sea
son, therefore I guarantee to , de
liver them to you on the date you
want thom. It will pay you to see
mo before sending your mo ny off.
R. F. Saasard, 218 South Main
street. v .
BABY-Make life's walk easy by bav
ins us repair your shoes. Wo aro
not only prepared to do Ara' class
work on short notice, but we meet
any legitimate competition when' lt
comes to prices. Honest work and
host materials always. G. E. McKee
& Son, 132 East Whitner streot.
BREAKFAST SAUSAGE-Tb? de
mand for our all pork causase Ls
keeping us very busy. Tr,ay surely
are the highest grade on thermals
kct. M?ita tiww fragh po?- ^y^f-T-y
selected and seasoned with Just
enough fresh ground herbs and
pur? spices to give that very un
usual and delicious flavor distinc
tively Lindsay's. Ph or* your order
to 694. The Lily White Market, J.
N. lindsay. Proprietor.
HIDES-Bring them to mo if you
want best prices. I buy and sell
mora bides than any other dealer in
lids section of the Btate. All bides
bought by mo are shipped with ab
. batoir bide? sad "command better
pri?es, therefore I can and do >sy
better prteesi .Brine them co Wi Hi
ford's Corner. R. D. Henderson.
FROM ? A. M., TO 10 ?j P. M.-Buy
your Gasoline and Motor bile Crom
H. A. Candle, the one arm gis man
)? on the corner nox* to Owl Drug Co.
Ho will appreciate your,' business
and always stvst the almost tu
value. H. A. Caudle.
? ? .- .. ? _
WE ARE bandung some bf tba finest,
, choicest - beal, pork, veal, mutton,
cured meats of all kinds, country
? stylo pork sausage, mixed sausage,
and -plenty of dressed ' chickens et
very lowest prices; Come around.
. of telephone uaV~ :your trade ?will
. be appreciated und wo promise
prompt delivery. 'Dobbins - Market,
'Phone 75o\ . ;
g Get Mispide
WE ARE PAYING $42 per ton for
cotton seed, and giving 1 ton cot
ton seed meal nod $4.00 cash for
ton of seed. Selling coal at $5.00
and $5.60 per ton. Cabbage planta
$1.00 per M. Martin Coal & Wood i
FORD FENDERS-Wo can put a few
short bracea on Ford fenders that'
will ?ave you 300 per cent. We:
are preparod and won't delay you
very long. Paul E. Stephens.
WALL PAPER-If it ls wall paper
you aro looking for, wo have it. A
large stock goiug at 25 per cent,
below coat. Phono 48, Guest Paint
DEVOE'S PAINT-The old stand by,
tho oldest paint makers in America
and tho best. Paint with DeVoe's,
fewer gallons?, wears longer. W. L.
Brlssey Lumber Co.
IT HAS NOT been our intention to
mako delivery of coal a social "af
fair" but we're sure you'll be de
lighted with our way of delivering
coal-and every ono ls pleased with
Uie coal we deliver. B. N. Wyatt.
PREPAREDNESS 1B the order of the
day now, -while the Fire Insurance
Companies are withdrawing from
the state is tho time for you to have
your house, barn, or out-building
protected with a Burrlss Metal
Sbingle Roof. Of course the Initial
cost ls Just a trifle more than wood
shingles, but in the long run they
ore much cheaper and they are a
tremendous protection against tire.
Drop In and let us show you. No
trouble nor obligation on your part
whatever. Respectfully, Jno. T.
BurrlBa & Son. v
QUICK WORK-'Phone 822 for Geor
gia Garage for quick work. Ono
expert ea. Fords, and one expert on
ail other cars and motorcycles.
No. 108 South McDuffle street. Op.
J. L. E. Jonoa Bicycle 8hop.
We have on sale extra
fine varieties at 25c per
Pant's Book Store
One months pay
will not educate your
daughter nor will it buy
A certain percentage
of your wages put each
pay day in The Saw
tags Club will do either
or both. Start now
and stick to it.
Bask of Anderson
The Strongest Bank
in the County,
ASK, wueR.e woo
At Boston 3; Now York 2.
At Chicago 9; St. Louis 5.
At Pittsburgh-Cincinnati, rain.
At Philauelphia-Rrooklvn, rain.
At Cleveland 3; Chicago 5.
At Washington 4; Philadelphia 2.
At St. LouiB 2; Detroit 7\~
At New York.Boston, rain.
At Atlanta 2; Binninghaiu 1.
At Memphis 1; (Nashville 2.
At .Mobile 1; NewDrleans 10.
At Little Rock 3; Chattanooga S.
At Jacksonville 3; Columbia 0.
At Macon 5; Montgomery H.
At Albany 3; Columbus 2.
At Augusta 1; Charleston 4.
At Americus, Ga.: Morcer ll; Aiu
At Americus. Ga.; Mercer 7; Au
burn 4, second game.
At Lexington, Va. .: Washington
and Lee 5; Georgia Gs,
At Washington: , Georgetown 8;
North Carolina 3.
' At College Park, Maryland: West
Virginia 6; Maryland Aggies 0;
* At Charleston: Presbyterians lit
Charleston College 2.
At Durham, X. C.: Clemson 16;
At Lexington, .Va, : Virginia Mili
tary Institute 3; South Carolina 8.
At Sewanee 1?; Georgia Tech, 3.
STANDING OF CLUBS
Sooth Atlantic. .
, Won Lost P.C.
Albany., ,\ 6 5 545]
(Montgomery .. . 51 6 5 545
Columbia.... ., ,, 6 5 5451
(Augusta.... ..... 6 .5 -545
Charleston.. .. ..fi 5 545
Macon........5 G 455 j
Columbus .... .. 5 6 4551
Jacksonville " 4 7 364
?.Voa Ln*t P.O.
. ; ll
Cha t t?tfn oo ga.
? Won Lost P.C.
Boston.. .. .. t. 8 5- 615
New York .. . . 6 4 ?00
Detroit.... 7 5 583
Cleveland....6 6 .500
Washington..-... .. C ? 500
Chicago.. .. .XV 7 8 467
St. Louis.. .. ...v. 5 6 455
PhllaflelpMa. . . ? . -3 8 373
Won Lost P.C.
Philadelphia.. .. v. 6 2 750
Chicago. .... 7 4 636
Boston.. .. ... .'.:? 5 3 625
OtatiMPait!;.- ;> ? 6 .600
Brooklyn-. .. S 3 5?0
fi?, louis .. .. .. ? 6 500
PktWbnrg.... .. .. 4 ; 7 364
New York... ... .. 1 ? 125
. Don't Tor?^ft? o C&e Sri? mi
Mours-Wilsan CW? ?tore Sctsr
by the Pw?stht* CS?? First
? Pwibyterttt Church,. . *???; L
-tzr^r--=.r.-L-.-e-- --rr ? ? --;17-r --- -rrrrrz?
It v. us st:>ted in error in Tho In
telligencer yesterday morning that
Columbia won both gamea from Co
lumbus Wednesday, as the Capital
City club only ?captured one. As a
reault Augusta, ?by winning both
game? from Jacksonville, was tied
yesterday with Columbia for first
place, and today Sue Georgia club
holds its own on the strength of Co
lumbia's defeat at tho hands- of
Jacksonville, a team generally con
ceded to be tho weakest in thc South
Atlantic league this p-ason. j
Clemson's 16 to G victory over
Trinity college yesterday must have
made- the Furman 'boys feel good.
The Baptists m'ay well foci good over
their baseball aggregation, as thc
Man-eaters have one,ot tho strongest
olu) es they have had in years and to
play a club of their ability 17 in
nings without allowing a score to be
made is a feat well worth crowing
Just what effect the postponement
of games thise season has had upon
tho various teams of the two big lea
gues ls hird to -ay but -the league
standing when compared with that of
a year ago, shows considerable shift
ing oppositions. In the. National
league Philadelphia, was loading,
Cincinnati waa second.Instead of firth;
Chicago and Boston held third and
fourth places; Pittsburgh and Brook
lyn fifth and sixth; St. Louis /was
seventh Instead of second and New
York last. Among the American'
league clubs Detroit led. with New
York second; Boston was in fourth
place instead of setting the pace;
Washington was third In place of be
ing tied for fourth with Chicago and
St. Louis; Cleveland was fifth, two
notches higher than this year and the
Athletics seventh instead of last.
More than $100,000 is to be expend
ed ; on tho new grounds of the Chi*
cago Tennis club. When tho present
arrangements of tho club are com
pleted the Organization will have'one
of the finest tennl j plants in 'the
middle west ad will stage numerous
state and sectional championship
tournaments. The .si te of the club
covers two blocks on tho north sido
..and cost $70,000, An additional $30?
000 will be spent In preparing turf
and clay courts, club houses and other
accommodations for-the players. Tho
membership which is " expected to
reach 700 by the time the courts aro
ready, will include all the leading
players of Chicago and vicinity.
Letters received in this country from
by friends cf a prominent .English
trainer or pugilists, tell of an unique
1 way in which bi. has turned his
' knowledge ir..o money in connection
1 with thc war. For ?oma years na
j bu.;possessed the secret of a brine
? preparation which has been dn great
1 demand among -boxers for herding, or
to uso ring vernacular "Pickling" the
akin of : the hands and face; Shortly
after the beginning of the war ho
was reouesteft to prepare'a quantity
Cor Use on the feat of soldiers, which
swelled, and cracked under tho rigors
of ; the field campaign . His first : of
fering was so satisfactory tr- , the
government officials that ho is now
running a Jarge factory day and
night tureltg out brine for the sol
diers both tn Prance, Egypt ans ct
Although he holds the record for
consecutiva Wt*. Jack Noa? wak- un
able to win * placo with the Chicago
White Sox and has been released to
(Baltimore. While a m ember of the
Oakland club oi tito Pacific Coast
'.caguo last season, Ness hit safely
one or moro times in fovtyrflTO con
secutivo eames. His record included
188 time? at bat; 39 runs; 81 one
base hits; Xi twc-basohsH'i 8 three
base farts and aaren hom? rons.
: By BUD FISHER
I ^Mt> CURTER.* V . N j ?
AN 6.POCH |N? /
i CHILD vulU. /
I Lt, SiOU THrVT--Jj
IMPORTANT IN REFRIGERATORS
INSULATION-The walls of an ODORLESS ?
Refrigerator consists of the following: Ex
terior case, solid oak, one quilt Linofelt, ono
space Dead Air, ono quilt Linofelt; Interior
casa and the inner lining of metal, white
enamel or porcelain, as the case mn.y he.
Experiments hy scientists ha\? demonstrat
ed the superiority of this system of insulation
over any other in use today.
Why not get the beat?
G. F. TOLLY & SON
Anderson, S, C.
Saturday Specials at the Sigu of the Big Watch
We have won and maintained, Jewelry supre
macy in Anderson. Those who demand the high
est in quality fdr a given expenditure depend on
this store. See th following Saturday
Elgin Watches, 20 yr cases. 16 size. - - $7.50
17 Jew. Elgin Watches, 20 yr case
16 size,.> ;-v - $12.50
Special in Men's Belts, Each - - - $1.00
Waldemare Special Vest Chains Each, $1.00
Big Ben Alarm Clocks, Each, - - - $2 00
MARCHBANKS ?? BABB
Nortb Blain Street Jewelers
At the Sign of tho Big Watch
Well, that's lis. We'v? got
now the BEST STOCK, AND
MORE OF IT than any of the
other guys. And that's not
all, we have the best and quickest
delivery system in this man's town
W. L. BRISSEY LUMBER CO.
flt An, WtUouf ?lace All-Mcial Fra v?s
??^fc?^!??..hti,?.hcrWl?* ,h? "*?.? durable Bereen
M J$."^ I. i. 11 a ******* ?ad neat tooklaZteo.
0*?3I?SL5*" 03 Sherwood became (ht a-!rmuhU
lecMli tho ?ena fm? ?ad to ?hran taut aodTat?
S^ivaii H^rdhyare Go.
Anderson Belton V p vG^enyW