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WANTED YOU TO KNOW-That I
havo Just received 30 palra- Diamond
Tires and will sell at those prices:
Diamond Puncture proof, $2,25
Tho Diimond' Dailey Non-skid,
81.75; Diamond 400 Camden. $t.?
Diamond 1030. |1.IC; Hunter, $1.40;
The Ironclad Barcup. $2.00. Agents
Smith's Motor Wheel. J. L*. *E.
Jones, 103 McDuffle street.
WANTED-Yo? to know that the fin
eft iliilin for a happy home ls a
warm heart-but a good fire helps
como. We want to promote the
famity happiness by sending you
tho makings of a good Aro. Genuine
Blue Oem Coal $5.50 per ton. When
will y?tt be ready for UT Cheaper
coal, of course, at lower prlcos.
Thone 649, W. a Ulm?;
FOR SALE-Ono lunch' wagon and
potato chip plant. Apply to A. Gels
berg. 416 South Manning street.
FOR (SALE-Or trade, one I. H. C.,
12 ' horse power gasolino engine
mounted. Apply to n. R. MU nm,
Sandy Springs, S. C.
FOR SALE-Threo Press OH Mill at j
haft value at Gainesville, Ga., and)
- some far m ii near Westminster, S.
C.. (mean. Liberal terms. Audreys :
Box 173, Gainesville, Ga.
FOR SALE-Pure New Bra' Peas,|
$1.60 per bushel. The foundation
of a profitable crop la the best 1
Seed. A little higher- tn price-a
groat deal higher in quality. M. W. j
Sloan, Phono 625.
FOrt GAL!'}-A few hundred bushels
aoleot recleaned and graded Fulr.hum
Sksed Oats sixty eight cont* bushel
?-worth more for feed purpose.
Forman Smith, Seedsman, Phono
The following varieties are
very popular this year:
Tom Watson, Bradford,
Kleeckley Sweet and Geor
I Rock/ Ford, Hackensack,
Our seed are guaranteed to
be the purest and best.
"T&e REKALL S?of?"
KOR 8ALE-About .10 Extra Select
Cnrucuu PigeonB, puro bred. Good
bargain. Come to nco them, or ^nlc
pbono Oscar Kinurd, Anderoon -Col
FOR RENT-iStore-rom on SouUi
Main 8tret-ono of thc beat loca
tions in city. Building now and
modern in every particular. Apply
to W. M. Shorord, Williamson, S.
A FEW MORE Whlto Rotary MaehlneB
at $28.00. Don't miss this oppor
tunity. One spring wagon with top,
good aa new; ono Maxwell automo
bile, first class sha^o. Bargains
and will be sold at once. J. A. Mul
llnax, 126-128 West Benson Street
READ AND TAKE NOTICE-I ?rn
selling tho genuino Spanish Macker
el direct from tho gulf coast
far better than Blue King mack
erel. I nm In position to sell you
any- grade fish at both rotall and
wholesale, and la 25 pound lots I
can name you aa close a price as the
coast Bhipper. Don't forget, I
handle the vory best home-raised
meats. Phone 202, or call at 207
East Whitnor street. W. J. Maness,
the seafood mau.
POTATO SLIFS^-I am guaranteed
the delivery of my planta this sea
son, thereforo I guarantee to de
liver them to you on the date you
want them. It will pay you to soe
mo before. sending your mony off.
R. F. Sassard, 213 South Main
EASY-Make life's walk easy by hav
ing us repair your shoes, we are
not only prepared to do first class
. work on short notice, but we. meet
any legitimate competition when lt
cornea to prices. Honest work and
best materials always. G. B. M?Kco
& Son, 132 East Whitner j street,
BREAKFAST SAUSAGE-Tho de
mand for our aP pork sausage ls
keeping us very busy.' They surety
are the highest grads on the mar
ket Mad4 from fresh pork carefully
selected and .lessoned with Inst
enough frosh'ground herbs and
puro spices to give that very un
usual, and dell cloua flavor distinc
tively Lindsay's. Phone your order
to 694, The Lily White Market, J.
N. Lindsay, Proprietor.
HIDES-Bring them to me if you
want best pr leen. I. buy and sell
"tule hides than any other dealor In
this section of the state. All hides
bought by me are shipped with ab
batotr hides and - command better
prices, therefore I caa and do pay
better prices. Bring them to Wi!li
fo fd'K Corner. lt. D, Henderson.
WE ARB handling somo of the finest
choicest beef, pork, voal, mutton,
cured meats of all kinds, country
Btyle pork sausage, mixed sausage,
and plonty. of dressed chickens at
?' very lowest prices. Come around,
or telephone u*. Your trade will
bo appreciated and . wo promise
prompt delivery. Dobbins Market,
BUGGY WHEELS-We have a good
supply of Buggy wheels, spindles
and boxes, that we can flt on any
time. Wheels ron in hot oil &ud
spindles set just right to pull true.
Paul E. Stephens.
DR. SMALL, has left his Komfort
i Shoulder Brace ' and K. B. Abdom
inal Pelvic Suporta with. Dr. Carter,
Bleckley Building. .:..-> .
WALL PAPER-if it ls wall paper
yon are looking for, we hare it.. A
, large stock going at 25 per cent,
below cost. Phono 48/ Guest Point
DETVOE's PAiNT-The old stand by.
the oldest paint makers In Amerlsa
and the best. Paint with DeVoo's,
fewer gallons, wears longer. W. L.
. ? Brlcsey Lumber Co.'
SLABS-Kor u short Hmo I can supply
you with good, clear, thick low
country slabs at $3.50 per cord, de
livered. I will also appreciate your
orders for cotton soed 'meal and
hullB. I?. N. Wyatt. 'Phone 182.
PROM 7 A. M.. TO 10 P. M.-Buy
your Gnsoliue and Motor Oils from
II. A. Caudle, tho ono arm gas man
on the corner next to Owl Drug Co.
He will appreciate your business
end always gives tho utmost In
value. H. A. Caudle.
WB ARE PAYING $42 per ton for|
cotton scod, and giving 1 ton cot
ton Beed meal end $4.00 cash for
ton of seed. 8elling coal at $5.00
and $5.60 por ton. Cabbage plants
$1.00 per M. Martin Coal & Wood
! PREPAREDNESS is tho order of the
day now, while the Fire Insurance
Companies are withdrawing from
tho stato ls the timo for you to havo
your house, barn, or out-building
protected with a Burrlss. Metal
Shingle Roof. Ol course the initial
cost ls just a trifle more than wood
Bhtngles, 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 p?rt
whatever. Respectfully, Jno. T.
BurrlBS & Eon.
I QUICK WORK-'Phone 822 fer Geor
gia Garage for quick work. One
expert on Fords, and one expert on
all other cars and motorcycles.
No. 108 South McDufSe street. Op.
J. Li. E. Jone o Bicycle Shop.
t Jitney Bodies
Has capacity of seven
passengers. * High grade
material. Neat appearance.
Reasonable prices. We also
make commercial bodies
and jitneys, to fit any make
car. Write for illustrations
The Rock Hill Buggy Co,
Rock Hill, S. C
We have on sale extra
fine varieties at 2Sc per
Pant's Book Store
CbiahoIrat Trowbridge & Sass?
New Theatre BoOdW
W. WbttsHg St.
Dr. Wada H, Sherard
NfalftakAttA mt m
n fm ? Pants
At St. Louis Bf Cincinnati ti.
At New York 4; Brooklyn G.
i un in RS.)
At Boston 0; Philadelphia 3.
At Pittsburgh-Chicago, rain.
At Philadelphia 3; Kow ?ork 2.
No other scheduled.
' ?I !
At Birmingham 1; Atlanta 2.
At New Orleans 3; Mobile 5.
At Chattanooga 4; Little Hock 3.
At Naslr'llle-MemphlB, rain.
At Jacksonville 2; Charleston 1.
At Columbia 3; Augusta 6.
At .Montgomery-Albany, rain.
At Athena, Ga.: Georgia 10; Trini
At Macon,- Ga.: Mercor 1; Vandor
At Princeton 3; Virginia 2.
At Annapolis: Navy 16; V. M. I.
At Greenville: Furnton 14; New
berry 6. ?.
STANDING OF CLUBS
Won Lost P.
Charleston .. .. ..10
.Columbus., ' .. 7
Nashville.13 . 4
! New Orleans.13 5
I Mom ph I if...8
Birmingham.. .... 0
! Chattanooga.. .. .. 7
St. Louis, y
.. ;.. 8
. .. .. 7
.. .... 8
. .; .. o
.. .... 8
.. .. 6
NOTICE OP FINAL SET^-KMENT
The undersigned, adminletraton, of I
'tho -estate of Wm. G. Anderson', de
ceased, hereby gives notice that she!
will on May 28th; 1515, at ll o'clock a.
m., apply to the Judge of .probate for
Anderson oovnty for a final settle
ment of said estate and a discharge
from their office as administrators.
J. H. Anderson.
$$?9&m' ? Uaxr X .Anderson, ' ?.-]
A6iu in? a tr at o ra.
" April 21, 191?. -i: ;-: . -
. '. . ? '? ?' ' '. ,'
to Go with the
13 PIEGE ORCHESTRA
BIRTH OF A NATION
Twen'.y-Seven People in Organi
zation and Two Carloads of
Tho fastidious New Orleans, fained
for Its brilliant carnivals, its season
of racing, Us operatic event? and the
countless other diversions that give it
tho title "the city care forgot," would
H ncc ii mb to the spell of a motion pic
ture spectacle, is almost beyond bc
liof but that ls exactly what has hap
pened during the sensational run of
"The Birth of a Nation" at the Tulane
theatre. D. W. Griffith's mighty dra
matic epic, in which film is wedded
to symphony music in three hours of
thrill? and heart throbs, has turned
hundreds away at every performance
since it opened its engagement Hun
day night, March 12, and the demand
for seats is so terrific that it w.ll be
retained for an eight week's run, clos
ing Saturday night, April 29. Up
wards of a quarter ot a million people
representing every town in Southern
Louisiana and Mississippi will have
I seen the spectacle and tho total re- ,
? ceipts will reach a staggering total.
' Manager Trowbridge of the Ander
son is much elated'over the fact that
I the company now appearing in Nev/
Orleans will play a three days' en
gagement at his playhouse beginning
May 22. There are 27 people in the
organization, which carries its own
orchestra of 18 pieces and two car
loads of special equipment. Thc
spectacle will bo presented here ex
actly as seen at the Tulane theatre
I end sinco it will 'be shown nowhere
within' a 50 miles of Anderson, it will
probably attract record crowds. As
the roads are in good condition at
this season the local engagement
will bring "The Birth of a Nation"
within the reach of every automobile
owner within a wido radius of this
ADMINIHTBAT0B8* SALE >
Aa administrators of tho estate of
J. M. Sullivan, deceased, we will sell
for cash at public outerp in front of
tho Court House at Anderson, S. C.,
at eleven o'clock a. m., on May 22nd,
1016. the following:
t 1-3 shares, ot capital stock of
Riverside Mfg. Co.
2 1-3 shares of capital stock ol
Andorson Cotton mills.
l shares of capital stock of Coi
2 shares of capital stock ! comm on)
of Andorson Phosphate ft O ilCo. .
0 shares of capital stock of Orr
1 1-3..shares of capital stock of
Standard Warehouse Co.
HARRIETT D. SULLIVAN^
O. CULLEN SULLIVAN.
Wc are now prepared td
vulcanize Auton"/ obile Tubes
and Casings as well is Bicycle
Tires, our facilities for* doing
this work being the completest
In rite. city.
AM Work Guaranteed
Drop by and let vs show you tho
biggest thing ever Introduced to
4he motorcycling world-The 1910
GATES & SMITH
West Benson Street
. 'Pbo/vo Sfii
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Coat. -:- By BUD FISHER
Everything for /our Porch
And above alli or the inust import
ant, is Chairs. Come here for them if
you would be sure uf the best. Porch
Chairs in Oak, Maple, Rattan, Fibre,
Old Hickory, etc., in all styles, all
prices, and every, size.
G. F. TOLLY fe? SON
.ANDERSON, S. C.
May Is the Month of Emeralds
Arid of Emeralds, Marcus Aurelius Bald, "Whatever unyonc dues
or Hays I must be emerald and keep my color."
We must be the thing we strive tobe, and tho strength to ad
here to our purpose 1B called character.
This store, in its inception, planned to become the foremost
in tliis part of the state. It has. succeeded because of character.
It is to-he relied upon, also, because of choractor.
MARCHBANKS fe? BABB
Kori> Malu Street Jewelers At tho Sign of the *Jly Watch
P. S.-:-Seo our I2B.00 Diamond Special.
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 "BR?SSEY LU^BERjfct).
SULLIVAN HARDWARE GO.
?Anderdon, Greenville* \ Be?t?ii
Because your teeth are faultless ia APPEARANCE, lt does 'n^
necessarily follow that they are S?TJND, HIDDBN\TROUBUB W?y
bo commencing in unecen placea. Decay: ls often present for weeks
BEFORE it. becoaies apparent The'skf^^aenW^cftn detect 4he*o
Places and PMBVBNT dlseoloraUoa aud ^disaaW. Go at least twice a
year to your dentist, atti haye your f^t^ et?ai?ed.r '?
DFL HENRY tt wiit^