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WANTED YOU TO KNOW-That I
have just received 30 pairs Dinmond
Tires and.will sell at those prices:
Diamond Puncture proof, $2,25.
The Diamond Dalley Non-Skid,
$1.75; Diamond 400 Camden. $1.:
Diamond 1930. S1.10; Hunter, 81.40;
Tho Ironclad Barcup, $2.00. Af?"t?
Smith's Motor Wheol. J. L. K'
Jones, 103 Meeline street.
WANTED-You to know that the fin
est thing for a happy home ls a
warm heart-but a good fire helps
some. Wo want to promote tao
family bapprbass by sending you
the makings'ot; a good fire. Genuine
Blue Gem Coal 95.?Q per ton. When
will you bo 'ready for lt? Cheaper
coal, of course, at lower prices.
'Phone Xii%yf. a TJImeit
FOR S ALE-Ono lunch wagon and
potato chip plant. Apply to A. Oels
FOR iSALEp-Or trade, one I. H. C.,
12 horse"vpower ' gasoline engine
mounted. Apply to R. R. Mllam,
Saud/ .wrings, s.e.
FOTi SALE-Threo Press Oil Mill at
naif value et Gai uer. vi Ile, Ga., and
some fa rm ? near Westminster. S.
C., cheap. Liberal terms. Address
Box 173, Gainesville, Ga. i
FOR SALE-Pure New Era Peas,
$1.60 per bushel; The foundation
of a profitable crop ls tho best
seed. A little higher in price-a
great deal higher in quality, M. W.
Sloan, Phone 625.
FOR SALE-A few hundred* bushels
select recieoned and graded Fulgbum
Goou Oats, slaty eight couts bushel
. -worth moro for feed purpose.
Funnan Smith. Seedsman, Phone
9 L? A*?
Is the right remedy for all
liver complaints. It is not
a purgative, but invariably re
moves the cause of debility,
tired feeling, headaches and
other symptoms of a run
down condition. Builds up
and strengthens the entire
system, regulates the bowels
and is an all-round tonic. A
sure preventive of "Spring
A trial will convince you
of its worth.
50c as? -il per Bottle
FOR SALE-About 30 Extru Select
Carneau PlgconB, puro bred. Good
bargain. Come to see them, or tele
phono Oscar Kinurd, Anderson Col
i OR "RENT-iStore-rom on South
Main Btret-r-ono ot 1ho best loca
tions in city. Building now and
modern in every particular. Apply
to W. M. Sherard, Williamston, S.
A FEW MORE White Rotary Machines
at $28.00. ' Don't miss this oppor
tunity. One spring wagon with top,
good os now; one Maxwell automo
bile, first class shape. Bargains
and will he sold at once. J. A. Mul
lina:, 126-128 West Henson Street
READ AND TAKE NOTICE-I am
selling the genuine Spanish Macker
el direct from tho gulf coast
far better than Blue King mack
erel. I am in posltiod to sell you
..any grade1 fish at.both retail .and
V;wholesale, and in 25 pound "lota I
. con name you as close a price as tho
; coast shipper. Don't frrgot, I
' handle the very best home-raised
moats. Phone 202, or call at 207
East Whltner street. .W. J. Maness,
the seafood man.
POTATO SLIPS-I am guaranteed
the delivery of my pl nr. ts this sea
son, therefore I guarantee to do
livor the' io you on the date you
want them. It will pay ;ou to see
nie before seeding your numy off.
, R. F. SasBord, 213 South Main
EASY-Make Ute's walk easy by hav
ing us repair your shoos. We are
not only prepared to do first class
work on short no fee, but wo moot
any legitimate competition when it
comes to prices. Honest work and
bast materials always. G.' B. McKee
& Son, 132 East Whltner street
BREAKFAST SAUSAGE-The de
mand for our all pork sausag? ts
keeping us very busy. They surely
are tho highest grade on tho mar
ket Mada from fresh pork carefully
selected and"* seasoned with Just
enough, fresh' ground herbs and
pure spices to give that vary un
usual and delicious flavor distinc
tively Lindsay's. Phone 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
more hides than any other dealer in
thia section of tho stato. All hides
bought by me are shipped tv Kb. nb
batolr hides and command better
prices, therefore X can and do pay
better prices. Bring them to Willl
ford*a Corner, R. D. UGH der eon.
WE ARE handling some'or the finest
choicest beef, pork, veal, mutton,
cured meats of all kinds, country
stylo pork sausage, mixed sausage,
' and plenty of dressed chickens at
' . very lowest prloSs, Come, around,
or telephone us. Your trade will
be appreciated and we promise
prompt delivery. Dobbins Market,
- . . -
BUGGY WHEELS-Wo have a good
supply of Buggy Wheels, aplndlos
and boxes, that we can flt on any
Unto. Wheels run in hot ?Hi and
spindles set just right to pt ?1 true.
Paul 3L Stephens.
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DR. SMALL has, loft hts Komfort
. Shoulder Brace and j K. B. Andorn
ia al Pelvic Suporta with Dr. Carter.
Bleekley Building. 4
WALL PAPER-if it ls wall paper
. you ara looking tor, wo hara it. A
targe ?tock going at 25 per cont.
. balow co*. Phone 48, Guest Paint
DEVOE'S PAINT-Tho old stand by.
th? oldest paint taskers io Am^?tx
?ad vtho ?wsti V p>lnt wita'ODeVoeM,
< ttxr?r gallons, waar* longer. W. L.
,V-:Br4aaey Lumber Co.
FROM 7 A. M., TO 10 P. M.-Buy
your Gasoline and Motor 011B from
H. A. Caudle, tho one arm gas man
on the corner next to Owl Drug Co.
He will appreciate your business
and always gives tho utmost in
value. H. A. Caudle.
TVS ARE PAYING $42 per ton for
cotton soed, and giving 1 ton cot
ton socd meal and $4.00- cash for
ton of seed. Belling coal at $6.09
and S5.60 per ton. Cabbage plants
$1.00 per M. Martin Coal & Wood
IT HAS NOT been our Intention to
make delivery of coal a social "af
( fair" but we're Bure you'll ba de
lighted with our way of delivering
coal-and every one IP zlzz.z"* with
.the coat we deliver. B. *?. Wyatt,
PREPAREDNESS ie the order of the
day now, while the Fire In uran cc
Companies aro withdrawing from
tho state ls the time for you to have
your house, barn, or out-building
protected with a Burriss Metal
Shingle Roof. Of course the Initial
cost IB juBt a trifle more than wood
BhlngleB, but in the Ioug run they
are 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, Joo. Ti
. Burrlan & Sou. g .
QUICK WORK-'Phone 822 for Geor
gia Garage for quick work. One
expert on Fords, and one expert, on
.all other cars and motorcycles.
No. 108 South McDuffle street. Op.
J. L. E. Jones Bicycle Shop.
LOST OR FOUND
LOST-Gray rain coat. Has name,
. J. W. Haskoli, inalde. Finder
pienso return to H. T. Lyon, Cox
STOLEN-From my car on Calhoun
Btreet, just off North Main street,
Friday night, a brand new Claxon
auto horn. Reward for any infor
mation leading to recovery. Notify
Owl Drug Co., E. G: Evans.
We have on sale extra
fine varieties at 25c per
Pant's Book Store
B. B. BLECKL?T 0. BL HEARD
Phono 871 Pao?e ?7
BlecSdey & Heard
117 E. Whitner St. ;
Answer all calls day ar Bight. '
RAGS OF ALL KINDS
I will pty $1.60 por hundred, cash
25c per hundred for old Scrap
4c per pound for old Automobile
Tiras. V ?
10c per pound for old lacer Tubes,
-and Tho Highest Cash Pile? for
oil kinds of old Brass, Coppor, etc.
U yon have as much aa 100 pounds
of any of the above 'phono <&?"tpUj
I'll call for It '
Manning Street, Near Blue ~
I . , . ? .
' At Itoston 5; Philadelphia 2.
At New York 5; Brooklyn 8.
At Cincinnati 3; Pittsburgh 0.
At Chicago-St. Louis, rain.
At Detroit 0; Cleveland 2. (Called
At Philadelphia 4; New York 2.
At Washington 5 ; Boston 3.
At St. Louis-Chieago, rain.
At Birmingham 5] Atlanta 1.
At Nashville ?; Memphis 7.
At New Orleans 2; Mobile 0.
At Chattanooga 1; Little Rock 0.
At Jacksonville- 1 : Charleston 9.
-. At Columbus .s-,7 Macon- 10.: (Called
At Columbia 5; Au%ustr. 2.
At Montgomery 7; Alban'- 3.
At Atlanta. Gai: Tech C; Vander
At Charlottesville: Virginia 14;
Virginia Military,,,Institute 5.
LONG PITCHED NO HIT
GAME IN MATCH LAST
WEEK AGAINST V. M. ?.
Long, tho . game ! little Clemson
twirler, who held tho Furman club
scoreless for i "-innings in the game
played here last * Tuesday, has woo
additional laurel:; and the following
account of a no bit, no run game he
pitched against tho* Virginia Military
Institute at Lexington lost week' will
bo read 'with great Interest by his
ardent sr.i,porters In this section:
Lexington, Va;. April 29-In tho
best game of ball seen on the local
diamond this season Clemson college
defeated V. ii. li,'by a score Of 2-to
0. Long, the visiting pitcher, allow
ed tho cadets noJ hits and tho excel
lent fielding by Clemson allowed on
ly two men to get on bases during
the entire nine innings. J. Pitts,
who was on the .mourn! fer the locale,
gave up six hits, two of them being
good for three bags'. Masslo and Jen
kins of V. M. Itr'both mado beauti
ful catches la tho outfield. Major of
Clendon <played the beat secoad base
ever seen In Lexington. Clemson
scored lu the firot and third Innings,
euee on a wild heave and again on a
?three-base blt by -McMillan with Bar
r's on bose. ,
V. M. I..880 000 000~m 0 3
Clemson.101 000 000-3 6 1
J; Pitts and Li Bitte; Long and
Harris. Umpire Raftory. Time 1:30.
"""" Whooping Cough.
One of tho most successful prepar
ations in use for this disease is Cham-,
be ri ci n's Co ugh Remedy. S. W. Mo
Clinton; Blandoa Springs. Ala., writes,
"Our baby had .whooping cough aa
bad . as most any baby could have it.
I gave him Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy and lt soon got him well."
? Chisholm, Ts-cv/bridgcf & Sogga
' New T&tttr- 3aaafag '
W. White* St,
"Sr* Wade R Sherard
413 Fowtib Vteta B?ecfcSey Bfcfe.
gment, at T
Anderson Boys Toke One Event
and Lose the Other in Green
Anderson high school, ably repre
sented by Bewley and Martin? were
victorious over the Greenville high
school iii the doubles of a tennis
match yesterday and only lost the
singles after'a hard fight. Bowley
represented the local school in tlte
doubles. In the singles Martin lost
to Mciver of Greenville, after putting
up a game struggle.
It was announced last night that
the Greenville high school represen
tatives would meet the Anderson agi
gregation on the local court next
Monday, at which time the Anderson
boys expect .to-.capture-all matches.
Play at Lowryville.
Chester, May 1.-A play entitled
"A Case of Suspension" was given
by tho hlfc .er 'grades of the Lowry
ville schooi. and a number of drills
by the primary pupils Friday even
ing, and were attended by a large
crowd. The proceeds go to the
For Infants and Children
IR Use For Over 30 Years
Sigt?r?rare of (^G&?ff?lk?&iZ
v 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.
AH Work Guaranteed
Drop by and let us show you th?.
biggest thing ever introduced, to
the motorcycling world-^Tho . ?916
GATES & SMITH
'Wes* Benson Street
??tFORO G?i9 g
Has capacity of seven?
pa?s?DgeiB. ' High grad?
material. Neat appearance:
Reasonable priers. Wo also
make commercial bodies j
and jitneys to fit any make
car. Writ? for uWtaattons
The Rock Hffl Buggy-Co*
Everything for Your Porch
And above all, or the most import
ant, is Chairs. Come here for them if
you would'be sure of the best. Porch"
Chairs in Oak, Maple, Rattan, Fibre,
Old Hickory, etc., in all styles, all
prices, and every size.
G. F. TOLLY ?? SON
v ANDERSON, S. C.
Marchbaoks & Babb's ls the Store for Everybody
Who Buys Gifts
-It is a store of shopping satisfaction-it provides gift sug
gestions for any occasion in almost endless variety-it is a
store of well established standards of fair dealing, of cour
tesy and helpfulness. lt is everybody's store because-all
receive the same attention. -, v. , :- ????
Diamonds, Watches, Silverware, Chino,
Cat Glass, Jewelry.
M?RCHBANRS & BABB
Nor il? Malu Street Jewelers
At the Sign of tho 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.
We have a com
e stock of
Farm and La wn,
*. . . '
? II M Mini mmma^fmS*. n , ,wY ! i?
Make vp ur foundation of spring business surely the Uberaluse
of Daily: 'ihteil^:en<^^^pa?^ ViiVOUT'-ACIS" wilt be in the good com
pany of every other, live wire merchant of the community. No
plan of reaching the public is complete withoutthe use of The tn
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