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WANTED-Second hand oil stove
two or three burners. 'Phone 200.
WANTED-Two neat appearing
young ?Ingle 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.
m. today. H. C. Looper.
WANTED YOU TO -KNOW-That 1
have jost received 30 paire Diamond
Tires and will sell at these prices:
Diamond Puncture proof, $2,25.
The Diamond Bniloy Non-skid,
91.75; Diamond 400 Camden. $1.>
Diamond 1930, $1.10; Hunter. 91.40;
The Ironclad Barcup, $2.00. Agent*
Smith's Motor Wheol. j J. L. IS.
Jones, 103 Mn Du til o street.
WANTED-You to know that the fin
est thing for a trappy home is a
* warm heart-but a good fire holpB
some. We want ', tb promote the
family happiness by sending .you
. the maaings of a good fire. Genuino
Blue Oem Coal 95.60 per ton. When
will you bs ready tor itt Cheaper
coal, ot course, at lower prices.
Thone 649. W. O. Ulmtar_ _
FOR (SALE-Or -trado, one li H. C., j
12 horao . power gasoline eugine
mounted. Apoly. to R. R, Mllam,
Sandy Springs, S. C.
FOR SALE-Three Press OH Mill at)
half value at Gainesville, Ga., and
some farms near Westminster, 8.
C., ohoiv Liberal terms. Address|
Box 175 Gainesville, Ga.
FOR SALE OR' RENT-My house,
452 Cray ton etreet-furnished Or
unfurnished. J. R. Simpson, at Abo
Leaner's old Stand.
. A big red Maraschino
? Cherry set ia cream
and heavily coated with rich
. . - ?., ?
Wc" only have a limit?d '.
. . is?pply, so come In early or
telephone us. . . ;::.y':\'[.
T-If You Wai
FOR SALE-Puro Now Era Peas,
91.60 per bushel. Tho foundation
of a profitable crop ia the best
seed. A littlo higher in price-a
great deal higher in quality. M. W.
Sloan, Phono 625.
FOR SALE-Seed sweet potatoes for
bedding. Right size, smooth and
sound. Price right. W. O. Ulmer,
I 'Phone 649.
FOR DALE-A few hundred bushels
select recleaned and graded Fulghum
Sood Oats sixty eight cents bushel
-worth more for feed purpose.
Furman Smith, Sc-isman, Phone
FOR SALE-Naocy HaU and Porto;
Rico potato plants, $1.26 per thou- j
sand. Five thuosand for $6.00. Or-1
dora shipped day received, satlsfac-i
tion guaranteed. Oaks Plant. Farm,
. Fort Oreen, Fla. _'_
SWEET POTATO SLIPS-Not the
wilted, dried up sllpB, but right out
of tho soil slips-green and fresh,
30c per hundred; $2.25 per thou
sand, at gr?en houses. The Ander
son Floral company, 633 Marshall
A FEW MORE White Rotary Machines
at $28.00. Don't misa this oppor
tunity. Ono spring wagon with top,
good as new; one Maxwoll automo
bile, first class shape. Bargains
' and will be sold at onco. J. A. Mul
Iinox, 126-128 West Benson Street.
FOR YOUR HEALTHS SAKE eat
good Ash in springtime. I expect
red fin croakers, pike, bass and a
good lot of pop eyed mullett Friday
and Saturday. I keep Spanish
mackerel all the time, and sell fish
and oysters in small lots as cheap
as the shippers. See mo when you
want a fish try. I hamil" homo
raised pork and beef and sell it
cheap. W. J. Maneas, 207 East
7/hitner street, Phone 292.
POTATO SLIPS-I am guaranteed
the delivery ot my plants thia sea-i
son, therefore I guarantee to do
ll vcr them to you on the date you
want them. It will pay you to see
mo before sending your mony ott.
R. F. Sassard, 218 South Main
EAST-$lake life's walk easy by hav
ing us repair your shoes. We are
not only prepared to do first class
work on abort notice, but we meet
any legitimate competition when it
comos to prices. Honest work ant*
beat,malcr?ala always. G. E. McKee
& Bon, 132 Eastv Whitner street,
? BREAKFAST G AUS AGE-Tho de
mand for our all pork causa go Ia
I nooning na very huey. They surely
are'the highest grado on tho mar
ket. Mode from fresh pork carefully
colectad and seasoned with just
enough fresh ground herbs and
pure spice? to elvo that very un
usual and delicious flavor distinc
tively lindsays. Phone your order
to 694, The Lily White Market, 3.
N. Lindsay, Proprietor.
HIDES-Bring them to ma tl yon
want beat pricos. 1 buy and sell
more hides than any other dealer in
this section of tho state. AU bides
bought by ma aro shipped with ab
batolr bides1 and command better
prices, therefor? I eau and do pay
better prices. Bring thom lo Willl
ford's Corner. R, TX Henderson.
WE ARE handling some of the finest,
cholseat beef, pork, veal, mutton,
cured meats of all kin do. country
stylo pork: sausage, mixed sausaj
and plenty of dressed chickens
V very lowest prices. Com? aron?
or **latf?ne us. Your trade
prompt deltvory.^DobblaB Mark
nt News From
BUGGY WHEELS-Wc have a good
supply of Buggy wheels, spindles
k and boxes, that wo can flt on any
time. Wheels run in hot oil and
spindles set just right to pull true.
Paul E. Stephens.
DB. SMALL haB left his -Komfort
Shoulder Brace and K. B. Abdom
inal Pelvic Suports with Dr. Carter,
PROM 7 A. M., TO 10 P. M.-Buy
your Gasoline and Motor Oils from
H. A. Caudle, the ono arm gas man
on tho corner next to Owl Drug Co.
He will appreciate your business
and always gives the utmost In
value. H. A. Caudle.
WE ARE PAYING $42 per ton for
cotton seed, and giving 1 ton cot
ton cced meal -and $4.00 caoh for
ton ot seed. Belliug coal at $5.00
cud $5,60 per ion. Cabbage plants
$1.00 per M. Martin Coal & Wood
WALL PAPER-If lt is wall paper
you are looking for, wo have it. A
large stock going at 25 per cent,
below cost. Phony 48, Guest Paint
DHVOE'S PAINT-Tho old Btand hy,
the oldest paint makers in America
and the best. Paint with DoVoo's,
fewer gallons, wears longer. W. L..
Brissey Lumber Co.
IT HAS NOT been our Intention to
make delivery of coal a social "af
fair" but we're eure you'll be de
lighted with our way ot delivering
coal-and every one ls pleased with
the coal we deliver. B. N. Wyatt,
PREPAREDNESS ls the order of the
day now, while tho Fire 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
co3t is just a trifle more than wood
BhingleB, but in tho long run they
are much cheaper and thoy are. a
tremendous protection against fire.
Drop in and let us chow you. No
trouble nor obligation on your part
whatever. Respectfully, Jno. T.
Burriss & Son.
QUICK WORK-'Phono 822 for Geor
gia Garage for quick work. One
expert on Fprds, and one export on
all other ears and motorcycles.
No. 108 South Mc Du m o street. Op.
J. L. E. Jones Bicycle Shop.
LOST OR FOUND
EXCHANGED THROUGH MISTAKE
-At the First Baptist church of
Anderson, on the night bf the 27th
of April byNmistake some one took
. my hat- instead of theirs. My
hat Is a John B. Stetsron, sold by
Kay-Matlaon &Co" BOlton, ?nd the
ono I now havo waa sold by G. H.
Balles. Anderson. . I wish tho parr
ty who lin M my hat would please
send, lt to me at Belton, and ? will
return theirs. Rev. N. Q. Wright.
STOLEN-Fronv my cur on Calhoun
street, lust off North Math-street,
Friday night, a brand new Claxon
auto; horn. Reward for any Infor
mation leading to recovery. Notify
- Owl Drug Co., B* Q. Evans.
V PLANT NOW
We have on sa?e extra
fine varieties at . 25c ?er
dozen.' . .
I? min III i II.nm?; ?ww w^jaMaajlipilMjM
VAt Pittsburgh 5; Cincinnati 1.
At Philadelphia 3; Brooklyn 5.
At "Chicago 7; St. .Louis 0.
At Boston-New York, snow.
At Cleveland 2; Chicago 1. (Ten
At New York 2; Boa ?on 3. (Eleven
At Waehington 7; Philadelphia G.
At St. Loula 5; Detroit 6.
At Birmingham !); Atlanta 2.
At Jacksonville 6; Columbia 3\
At Augusta 3; Charleston 7.
At Bacon 1; Montgomery 5.
At Albany 1; Columbus 6.
At Charlottesville: Virginia IG;
Georgia 7. (Called eighth inning on
account of darkness.)
At Durham. N. C.: Clemson 4;
At Nashville: Vanderbilt 4; Geor-j
gia Tech 3.
At Lexington, Va.: Washington and
Leo ll; South Carolina 2.
. At Newark. Delawajrer North Caro
I lina Aggies 7; Delaware College 0.
! STANDING OF CLUBS !
Won Lost P.C.
I Charleston.t 6 583]
Montgomery ........ 7 5 583; |
Columbia . 6 -6 500
Albany .. 6 6 500
Augusta . 6 G 500
Columbus. 6 6 soo'
J Macon. 6 7 417
I Jacksonville ?.5 7 417
Won Lost P.C.
New Orleans.ll 2 846
Nash villa..' .ll 3 786]
'Momphds.. 7 6 538
J Atlanta. ,7 3 467
I Birmingham. 7 ?8 467
UtUn Kock. 5 S 385
Mobile..... i 10 286
Chattsaiooga.. _- 4 10 2/6
Won' Lost P.C.
Bouton _.'... 9 5 643
Detroit . 8. 5 615
New York . ,,. .S 6 6 545
Cleveland. ?'???.:..'. 6 538
Washington. 7 8 ". 538
Chicago. 7 7 6QO
St Louis .:5 : 7 . 417
I Philadelphia. 3 9 260
Won Lost P.OK
I Philadelphia.. 8 667
Chicago. 8 4 667
Boston.. '-..-. 5 i 3 ? 625
Brooklyn\..' 4 ' S> '.'. 671
(cincinnati-?./$ 7 462
St louis .......... 8 7 468
Pittsburgh.. 5 7 417
?Now YbVk... .. - 7 - 125
Safe Medicine for Chlidrcn.
"Is it.safer ls tho first question to
be considered when vbuyins, cough
medicine for ch?dren. <aiamberki?n'?
Cough Remedy has long been a fav
orite with mothers of young chlldr&n
aa it contains no opium or .;S ether
narcotic,.and may be given to a child
as confidently aa to ad adult It ts
pleasant to take, too, which Is of
great importance wheo a medicine
W?A';? '.ii-given to young ,-chlldren.
TMa remedy is most ^effectual in re
Uevlag noughs, colds and croup. Ot?
Have to Go io
HAS VIOLIN WITH VERY
Atlanta, Ga., Aprdl 28.-Another
so-called Straddivaiius violin has '
turned up in Atlanta, and lt doesn't
belong to a member of tho orehOBtra
of the Metrolopltan opera company,
but is the proud possession of no les3
a personage than Deputy jj. S. Mar
shal C. C. Barber, who is engaged
in tho highly adventurous, if not mu
eical occupation of chasing moon
shiners In the mountains and running
the risk of getting his head shot
j off. . '
1 The violin is one recently be
! queathed to Harbor by his father to
whom lt was presented fifty year?
ago by a-strolling tromp of a fiddler
j who became intoxicated in the Bar
ter home; with music and other
I things, and loll in the fire with thc
1 Stradivarius clutched in his out
stretched hands. The elder Barber
snatched the violin, out of tho fire"
first, and rescued the violin player
afterwards, and in hie gratitude for
the saving of the instrument the
fiddler gave it to Barber as a pre
sent. Inside tho violin is cut the
name of Stradivarius In Latin, with
the date of 1742, and the hall mark
of tho famous master violin makor.
Two on i cc rs Knicd. rr
(By Associated Press.)
London, April 28.-Two British of
ficers were, killed* and -five wounded
in - the fighting to suppress the Dub
We. are ;now prepared to
vulcanize Automobile Tubes
and Casings as well is Bicycle
Tires, our facilities for doing
this work being the completest
in the city.
All Work Guaranteed
Drop by and let us show you the
biggest thing ever Introduced to
the motorcycling world-The ?916
GATES & SMITH
West Benson Street
foi* FORD Gatrs
; Has capacity of seven
passengers. High grade
material. Neat appearance.
make commettrai bodies
and jitneys tofit any make
car. .Write for illustrations
The Rock Hill Buggy Co.,
the Rear -:- By BUD FISHER
IMPORTANT IN REFRIGERATORS
INSULATION-The walls ot nu ODORLESS
Refrigerator couplets of the following:' Ex
terior cBBC, solid oak, one quilt Liuofclt, ono
space Dead Air, one quilt Linofelt; Interior
case and tho inner lining of metal, whlto
enamel or porcelain, as the case may bo.
, Experiments by scientists have demonstrat
ed tho superiority of thiB system of insulation
over any other In use today.
Why not get the best?
G. F. TOLLY ?? SON
Anderson, S. C*
Saturday Specials at the Siga of the Big Watch
We have won and maintained; Jewelry supremacy in An
derson. Those who demand th? ^highest Jn quality for a
given expenditure' depend dn ;:thTs^si?jeTlm? f?llfs looking
for real value look forward to these special Saturday offer
ings. See the following Saturday : -
Elgin Watches, 20. year case, l6 ??ze .
17 Jewel Elgin, ,20 year 'case, 1?3 size .
Special in Men's Belts, Each. . . '. . . ..
Waldamere Special. Vest Chains, JEach .
Big Ben Clocks, Each. . . '." ... . .. .
MARCHBANKS ?? BABB
Nortl* Main Street Jewelers
At thc 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 guy Sa ?nd that's riot
ail, we haye the best and quickest
delivery system in this man's town
W. L. BRISSEY LUMBER
Caf Load R^eived Yes^rday
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