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FOI - SAU?? Pure New Era 'Peas.
Tho great builder of thin lands,
nature's Tnnlac, so to speak. M.
\V. "loin, 'Phono 025.
FOU SALE?Lunch Wagon, license,
fixtures, $36.00. Apply to Adolph
CJeisborg, 416 Manning Street.
FOR. iSALE?Or, trade, ono I. H. C, J
12 horse power gasoline engine
mounted. Apply to R. R. Mllam. j
Sandy Springs, S. C. j
FOR SALE?A few hundred bushels
seleot reclcaned and graded Fulghum
Seed Oats sixty eight cents bushel
?worth more for food purposo.
Furznan Smith, Seedsman, Phono
DR. SMALL has loft his Komfort
Shoulder Draco and K. B. Abdom
inal Pelvic Suportn with Dr. Carter,
FOB RENT?Flvo room liouse on
Crayton street. Has water and
lights and ronts reasonable. Ap
ply to J. T. Black, Boulevard.
FOR RENT?Five room apartment
near square All conveniences.
Cheap to prompt paying tenant.
M. W. Sloan, 'Phono 825.
WANTED YOU TO KNOW?That I
have just received 30 pairs Diamond
Tiros and will soli at these prices:
Diamond Puncture proof, $2,25.
The Diamond Bailey Ncn-Skid,
$1.75; Diamond 100 Oatudon, 81. "
Diamond 1930, 81.10; Hunter, $1.40;
Tho Ironclad Baroup. $2.00. Agents
Smith's Motor Wheel. J. L. E..
Jon?sr loa McDufllo stroot.
>, >. "" 1
FARM FOR SALE NEAR WALHAL
. ,fiA,': Sji- <??-rN)ne hundred- acres,
two miles of Walhalla. Six tenant
' houses, one hundred acres ot
branch and crock bottom, ono nun
?lred and twenty acres of tip-land
. n cultivation. 400 acres in pas
ture. Somo pine and oak timber.
Well suited to stock raising. Price
$15,00 per acre, one-third cash,
.balance to suit purchaser. For in
formation write B. R. Moss, Wal
halla, S. C.
A, FEW MORE White Rotary Machines
' at 888.00. Don't mlBS this oppor
tunity. One spring wagon with top,
good as new; .one Maxwell automo
bile, first class shape. Bargains
Spd will be eold at once. J. A. Mul
llnax, 126-1S8 West Benson . Stroet.
POTATO SLIPS?I. am guaranteed
the delivery of my plants 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 sendbtg your mony off.
n. P. Saseard, 213 South Main
WE ARB handling some of the finest,
choicest beer, pork, veal, mutton,
. cured meats of all kinds, country
style pork sausage,' mixed sausage,
. - and plenty of dressed chickens at
very lowest prices. Co mo around,
o.^i?loi>hono'?s. Your trade will
be appreciated and we promise
prompt dcllvory. D-uMns Market,
The Line Is Busy
You very seldom hear this .
wlvw.i calling our drti? Store.
We realized that you often
want drugs in a hurry and
; had ^wo telephones put in.
Just step to the 'phone and
cali 522 orv5?8 and we'll I
^^^;gO0d' cure of your j
wants. " ; '. J
-*Tfce REKALL S?ora"
READ AND TAKE NOTICE?I am
selling the genuine Spanish Macker
el direct from the gulf coast?
fur better thun Blue King mack
erel. I ai/1 in position to sell you
uny ?rade llsh at both retail and
wholesale, and in 25 pound lofs I
can name you us close a price as the
coast shipper. Don't forget, 1
handle the very best home-rained
meats. Phono 292, or call at 207
East Whltnor street. W. J. Maness,
the seafood man.
EASY?Make life's walk easy by hav
ing us repair jour shoes. Wo are
not only prepared to do first class
work on short notice, but we meet
any legitimate competition when it
comes to prices. Honest work and
bent materials always. G. B. McKeo
& Son, 132 East Whltner street,
BREAKFAST SAUSAGE?The de
mand for our all pork sausage is
keeping us very busy. They surely
are the highest grade on the toht
'???. Made from fresh pork carefully
selected tad ' seasoned with Just
enough fresh ground herbs and
puro ?picea to give that very un
usual and delicious flavor distinc
tively Lindsay's. Phono your order
to 094, The Lily White Market, J.
N. Lindsay, Proprietor.
HIDES?Bring them to me it you
want best prices. I buy and sell
more hides than any other dealer in
this section or the state. All hides
bought by mo are shipped with ab
butoir hides and command better
prices, therefore I can and do pay
better prices. Bring them to W11I1
ford's Corner. R. D. Henderson.
BUGGY WHEELS?We havo a good
supply of Buggy wheels, spindles
'and boxes, that we can fit on any
time. Wheels run in hot oil and
spindles set just right to pull true.
Paul E. Stephens.
WALL PAPER?If It is wall paper?
you aro looking for, we havo It. a
large stock going at 25 per cent,
bolow coat. Phono 48, Guest Paint
DHVOE'S PAINT?Tho old stand by,
(ho oldest paint makers in America
and tho best. Paint with DeVoo'a,
fewer gallons, wears Jonger. W. L.
Brl8Boy Lumber Co. '
WE ARE PAYING $42 per ton for
cotton seed, and giving 1 ton cot
ton seed meal and $4.00 cash tor
ton of seed. Soiling coal at 95.09
and SG.50 per ton. Cabbage plants
11.00 per M. Martin Coal & Wood
FROM 7 A. M., TO 19 P. M.?Boy
your. Gasoline and Motor OUb from
H. A. Caudle,' tho ono arm gas man
on tho corner next to Owl Drug Co.
Hoi Will appreciate your buBlneos
and alwayn gives the utmost In
value. H. A. Caudle.
SLABS?For a short time I can supply
you with good, clear, thick low
country slabs at $3X9 per cord, de
! llvored. I will also appreciate your
orders for cotton seod meal and
hulls. B. N. Wyatt, 'Phono 182.
PREPAREDNESS is the order of the
day now, while the Fire Insurance
Companies are withdrawing from
the state is the time for you to havo
your house, barn, or out-building
protected with a Burria:; Matal
Shingle Roof. Of course the initial
coBt Is just a trlflo moro than wood
shingles, but In tho long run they
are much cheaper and they nre a
tremendous protection against fire.
Drop in and let us-show you. No
trouble nor obligation on your part
whatever. Respectfully, Jno. T.
' Burriss & Son.
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 MoDuffle street'. Op.
J. L. E. Jones Bicycle Shop.
LOST-r-Between Dorchester church
and Anderson court house, one sport
coat, mixed grey color, with yellow
stripe and black velvet collar. Re
ward If. returned to Mitchell-Cox
Lumber Co., Bclton, S. C.
LOST?Last nigh*, either on South
Main street or under tho char-i. i
qua -tent, w pair of gold eye glasses
'in case. He turn to the Intelligen
cer office.. . .;
Has capacity of seven
Ipassengers* High grade
material. Neat appearance.
Reasonable prices. We also
make commercial bodies
I and jitneys to fit any make
j car. Write for illustrations
I and prices.
1 The Rock Hill Buggy C?
> Rock Hill, S.C. 9
Dog paid usvn license in Connerticiit
by bringing home two pigs worth $?
To keep the Sabbath holy Dakota
farmer used shotgun on farm bunds
who insisted on working.
Pet mouse ran across baby's face,
child.cried and woke family, and nine
Were'SBVed In Minneapolis lire.
Man of seventy-five bad to promise
never to wed ngnin liefere Missouri
Judge would give hlui divorce from
Spooning in rarks is approved by
mayor of Harr'trburg, Pa., who dis
missed protests uy saying this is the
timo of the year nud parks are good
places for it.
Although woman failed to learn bow
to run auto after fifty-one hours' In
struction, Elizabeth (N. J.) court de
cides she must pay man $108 for try
ing to teach her.
So mnny gloss eyes nnd bald heads
among brides scut from Japan to poor
Jap bachelors in the United states, the
Tokyo authorities have taken steps
ugalnst the "picture bride" marriage.
LOOPED LOOP TO TOSS
GERMAN TO HiS DEATH
Captured French Aviator Easily Got
Rid of Foa In Hia Machine.
No stronger tale of escape from cop
tlvlty'has perhaps ever been told In the
annals of any war than that unrrnted
by Major do 7., a French aviator, who
was recently captured bebind German
lines when a dense fog caused him to
lose bis bearings. Captured by the en
emy, this dispirited Frenchman was
tied to bis seat in his own ueroplaue
and ordered by u German aviator offi
cer, who climbed in behind him, to fly
low over the French lines and not to
descend or to signal to his fellows un
der penalty of instant death from a
bullet from the German's revolver.
By the simple process of looping the
loop Major V. rid himself of his unwel
come passenger captive, who had not
tn.'jcn the precaution to secure himself
to his sent. This maneuver, accom
plished after a sudden swift flight to h
higher altitude, was executed so unex
pectedly that the German officer'failed
to guess his enemy's purpose and
j plunged from the machine to, his death.
SEEK RICHES IN OCEAN.
Millionaires May Try to Ratio Lusi
tanla and Other Vessels.
Most p?nusible adventurers have gono
within years oven recent into tho
doubting ntniorjhcro of Wall street to,
spin tbelr talcs of pirate gold waiting
on the bottom of the. sea lu rotting
bulks for the men of initiative and
some cash. The tales and schemes of
such Jiave goue stale, but the young
blood of Wall street has its longing
for fair profit to be gained from honest
risk and skillful planning
That is why a new aubnuu no en
gineering company is now a corpora
tion fully capitalized to hunt the seas
for abandoned trcasyre
. No mere adventurers -won the ear of
Percy Rockefeller, George F. Baker,
Jr., Oharles H. Sabin, Albert H. Wig
gin and G. M. P. Murphy, who are
among the Investors in tho treasure
Bear Admiral Colby Mitchell Ches
ter, U. S. N.. retired; W. D. Franklin,
formerly a lieutenant in the United,
States navy, and George David Still
sou, the engineer who raised the Unit
ed States submarine F-4 off Honolulu,
are the men who convinced Mr. Rocke
feller, Mr. Baker, Mr. Sabin and the
others of tho excellent opportunities in
attempting to. salvage vessels that
plunged to the bottom In stress of
There Is even talk that i\>. effort will
be made to salvage the Lusitnnla, or
at least her cargo, including $2,000,000
In. gold bullion and a vast fortune in
Jewels. She lies in 400 feet of water,
and her position ii well known.
CARDS CHECK^ INTERVIEWS.
8o!diero on Leave ?ntieipets Queries
With Printed Form.
German officers and soldiers home on
leave or because of-wounds are adopt
ing the card system of heading, off
would- be interviewers and Inquisitive
friends wbo want to knoW all about
the war, according to a report from a
email town In northern Gc-ruaL.v print
ed in n recent issue of, the Frankfurter
Zeitung. The correspondent tells how
be met a friend who was an army offi
cer and hov, after greetings bad been
Schanged, the officer remarked, "Read
s before you ask any questions."
and banded him a card reading na fol
"I am wearing the uniform of the
?tb cavalry regiment. .'" i
*T have come unwounded from the
front at N. ,
. *I ana on leave until-.
"I do not believo there will bo a
further great advance in thj east
"I cannot tell, and aven Hind cabers
knows no more on this point than I do,
when peace will be proclaimed."
Whlekcra Coming Li Again.
Whiskers are coming into style ngalu.
More Important, tb? cost of losing 'em
is going up. The reason? The war
bas raised .the cost of soap, bay rum
?nd the other article* used ta batter
shops about 20 per cast
At Brooklyn :ij Philadelphia
(Eleven iniiin;;s )
At New York 0; Boston 7.
At St. Louis 2; Cincinnati V.
At Pittsburgh 1; Chicago 2.
At lie;.*on 4; New York .1.
At PY.uidelrbla 1; Washington 1.
At Chicago I; Cleveland t.
At Detroit-St. Louis, raiu.
At Birmingham 10; New Orleans 5.1
At Birmingham 2; New Orleans' 1.
(Second cailed sfventii by agree
At Chattanooga Memphis 4.
(Called eighth agreement.
At Little Rock 12; Nashville 2. ?
At Coumbla 4; Jacksonville G.
At Charleston ;!; Augusta 4. (Ten
At Columbus 4; Montgomery 7.
At Macon 10; Albany 11.
At New Havtm: Virginia 13; Yalo
At Cemson College: Auburn 9;
At CleciBon College: Augura 3;
Clemson 1. (Second seven Innings
At Atlanta: Georgia Tech 5; Trini
At Lexington, Va.: V. P. I. 15; V.
M. I. 2.
STANDING OF CLUfcS
Columbus.. ., .... 9
Albany.'.'.'. .. 9
M'acon. f. .. 8
. f. Won ImbI
New Orleans'... ,r ..14
Atlanta:... ,.. '..12
Mobile'.. .. .. .... 7
Won Lost P. C.
New York.. .'.10
St. Louis... ..i. 7.
'.Philadelphia... .... 6
Won Lost P.C.
Brooklyn. .. ,.9
Philadelphia.. ..' .. 8
St. Louis. .. 9
New York...." .. ..:2
Mill Loi pue.
Onr........ '-.2\ 0
Equinox.. .. .. '.'...2 d
Rlvorslde. .'. j.;0 2
British Free. Captives. ^
London, May 6.-?The British gov
ernment lias decided to release thir
ty-eight ermana and Austrlans taken
from tho American steamship China.' j
is the' gilt you send the b
expression-of good wl
Nothing is too good on s
Though your gift allo\
you want finality. Fror
upwards we have atir
sterling silver and cut
pursed. The quality is ut
purchaalng poy,er great*
Walter H. Ke<
*v:1' Yow Jem
-.- A -
Goes To Orr
Wvcrsidc Downed by Leaders Af
ternoon 4 to 2?Good Game
Oho of the most thrilling and best
played g a m or. of baseball witnessed
on the toil! league lott- this season
I was staged at Riverside yesterday af
ternoon, that club being downed by
the Orr aggregation by -i count of 4
to 2. A large and enthusiastic
crowd of fans witnessed tho con
In addition to pitching -t claea
game, McAlisler. the Orr mill slab
ster. drove in one of the runs made
by hiB club, when he clouted the pill
for three bases in the first of the
terend inning. The Orr club has
won both games played this Boason.
and it now looks as if they would
make a strong bid for the pennant.
Next Saturday afternoon Orr clash
es with Equinox on their own lot,
and as these clubs have won both
jgamcs played this season, predic
tions are made for tho hottest battle
of the season.
The score yesterday:
Orr. :...4 6 ' 4
Riverside...2 ? i
Datterles: McAllster and Kay; Wil
liams and Ivestcr. Umpire Hawkins.
Time of game 1:35.
W of ford Is
Greenville Baptists Are Now Tied
With Erekin? for State
(Special to Tho Intclligcucor. )
Greenville, May 6.?In a rather
oue-sidod game between Wofford and
Furman here this afternoon, tho Bap-,
lists were winners by 8 to 4. Mose
loy's long home run drive was tfic.
only outstanding feature. The hip,
bey pitched his usual steady game
and at no sta/re ;vns in sorlou3 dan
Tho Greenville lads drove out 13
Score by Innings; ,
D II E
Furman .. .. i.f??0 100 100?8 Fi 2
Wofford.000 000 022?4 7 ?
Hatte ries; Mo sc ley and Brown;
Law ton and Wiggins. 4
Furman university Is now tied
with Ersklne for tho state champion
ship, 'and with a number of games
yet to be played the rivalry promises
to become keen before the season
Will.'mn s ion Defeated Ilrogon.
The Brogon ralH baseball team
was defeated yesterday afternoon by
the Wllllamston mill team, tho score
belag 6 to 3. Batteries: Hank In and
Bradley; Simpson and M?hler. .
APPROVE BILL TO
TO NINE MEMBERS
(By Associated PrcBS.)
Washington, May C.?The senate
Interstate Commerce commission to
day approved the Adamson-Nowlanjhy
bill to enlarge -the Interstate; com
merce committee from .seven to nine
members. The bill has already pass
ed tho hluso.
ride. It is your
11 and. esteem,
.ueh an occasion,
vnnco be small,
a a dollar or. so
active pieces of
glass to fit any
2st at. this store.
of the Philadelphia
Nationals?one of the
greatest pitchers in the
game today. Last year
leading pitcher of the
Natipnal League, pitch
ing 49 full games.
There's staminct as
well as ability.
Of course ho
Demand the genuine by full name?
nicknames ^encourage substitution.
The coca-Cola go.
* * ; . \'
Comfort considered, there is nothing to
?quai a couch hammock. T?esldOB they are
highly ornamontal and ito substantial.
Our couch hsmmocks are toil length and
width with strong iron frames and National
springs and thick, soft mattresses?khaki,
awning striped and flowered cretonne cov
They can bo hung from the celling of your porch, or you may
have them with stand for smell aditional charge.
Everything for your porch and every Item the besi niudc.
G. F. TOLLY ?? SON
Anderson, S. C.
Eense-Js tho diamond, weighty, solid sound.
When cut by wit,. It casts a brighter bcnni, . ' ? '
Yet, wit apart, it is a diamond still.
* Youijg?Night Thoughts.
"Sense is the Diamond"?if H is purchased at March
banks'& Babb's. "
And chance is Hie diamond if purchased in many
places. *v .-* : , M * ?;'. f*vte-;
If you like friends that arc unstrained, motives that
are pure, consciences that are clear,, you Wlill also like the
character of Diamonds that vou will, lind here.
MARCHBANKS & BABB
Nortfr Vain Street Jewelers
At the Sigh of the Big Watch
Well, that's us. ' We've got
now the BEST STOCK, AND
MORE PF 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.
When you tafc? your irlp this summer be sure |Sd'!i
supply yourself, with K. N. &. K. Travelers Checks.
^^Cashed every where; your signature is your lden >
ttficatfpn; If lost no one ese ^ get them cashed;
and the cost Is very small.
K, N. and K. Traveler's Checksare for sale at ( ; i
Peoples Bank of Aederson