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FOE? SALE-Puro Now Era Peas*.
The great builder of thin ianda,
nature's Tan lac, so to ?peak. M.
W. Sloan, 'Phono 025.
FOR .SALE-Or trade, ono I. H. C.,
12 * * ruo pqwer gasoline engine
' mounted. Apply to R. H. Mllam,
Sandy Springs, S. C.
POR BALE-A lew hundred bushels
.elect recleaned cud graded Fulgbum
Seed Oats sixty eight cen ta bushel
?-worth moro for . feed purpose.
Furroan Smith, Soedsman, Phono |
*DR. SMALL has left his Komfort!
Shoulder Brace and K. B. Abdom-I
, in al Pelvic SuportB wjth Dr. Carter, ?
. Bleck loy Building.
FARM FOR SALE NEAR WALHAL
LA,*'B. C.-Nino hundred acres,
two miles of Walhalla. Six tenant
bbueea, one hundred acres ot
branch and creek bottom, one hun
dred and twenty acres of upland j
In cultivation. 400 acres in pas
tured Somo pine and oak timber.
Well suited to stock raising. Price]
$15.00. per acre, one-third cash,]
balan?a to suit purchaser. For In
formation Writo B. R. Moss, Wal
- halie. 8. C.
DBVOE'S PAINT--The old stand by,
the oldest paint makers In America
?lid the best. Palat with DoVoo'n,
(ewer, ?allons*. wears longer. W. L.
i ir I s'r.e> Lumber Co.
i1.*L3Y-r.?uko life's walk easy by hav
ing na repair your shoes. Wo aro
.not! only' preparod to do first class
work on, short not'ee, but we meet
. >any l?gitim?t*- competition when; it
comos to* prices. ' Honest work and
heat materials always. G. E. McKee
ii Son, 132 East Whitner street,
opposite Tolly'o. "
LOOK AND LISTEN-Mr. ?. E. San
market to ' sell; you all they fresh
'meats?and fish.' Mr. Banders wlB bo
glad to have hid'many frlonda call
at 207 East .Whitner street and get
their wants supplied. Wo will have
a, full supply of Mullett, Red Fin
Crokers, Bass, Pike and Spanish
Mackerel, al .tho time. Phone 292,
. '?re Sea Food Man, W. J. JMahoss.
POTATO BLIPS-I am cu arno tc ed
' the delivery of 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 soe
me before sending your mony off.
R. P. S a fi sard, 213 South Maui
BREAKFAST SAUSAGE-The de
mand for >our ?ll pork sausogo ts
keeping us very busy. They surely
ar? tho highest grade on the mav
?kefc Mada from fresh perk carefully
selected and seasoned with ' just
shaugh fresh ground herbs and
pure apices to give that very un
usual and (loudoun flavor dlstlnc
s tlvoly Lindsay's. Phone your order
to 691, -The Lily White Market, J.
. N. Ll nd nay. Proprietor.
-''.?.'??'. ? .
? FEW MORE Whlto Rotary Machines
at 928.00. Don't miss this oppor
tunity. One-spring wagon with top,
good as new; ono Maxwell automo- :
.hilo, drat class shape. Bargains'
end will bo soldat once. J. A. Kal
linta. 126-128 W.-at Benson Street.
K?&i ??-SJ?!.T':'X.''''?'< *' ''? '' . *"' ?/.. <I-'
Don't failto snd
a box of
rtoimucf. ' .'?j
"Tis? REX?LL Store*' j
WK ARE handling some of (he flnost,
choicest beef, pork, veal, mutton,
cured meats of all kinds, country
style pork Bausage, mixed sausage,
and plenty of dressed chickens at
very lowest price?. Come around,
or telephone us. Your trado will
be appreciated and wo promise
prompt delivery. Dobbins Market,
FROM 7 A. M., TO 10 P. M.-Buy
your Gasoline and Motor Oils from
H. A. Caudle, the one arm gas mau
on the corner next to Owl Drug Co.
He will appreciate your business
and always gives tho utmost In
value. II. A. Caudle.
SLABS-For a short time I can supply
you with good, clenr, thick low
country slabs at 93.60 per cord, de
livered. 1 will al30 appreciate your
orders for cottor. ?eed meal and
hulls. B. N. V'yatt, 'Phone 182.
WALL PAPER-If lt is wall paper
you are looking for, wo havo lt. A
large stock going at 25 per cent,
below coat. Phono 48, Ouost Paint
BUQQY WHEELS-We have a good
supply of Buggy wheels, spindles
and boxes, that we can fit on any
timo. Wheels run In hot oil and
spindles Bet Junt right to pull true.
Paul E. StephenB.
WE ARE PAYING ?42 per ton for
cotton seed, and giving 1 ton cot
ton seed meal and 94.00 caoh for
ton of seed. Calline coal at 95.00
and 95.60 per ton. Cabbage plants
91.00 per M. Martin Coal & Wood
HIDES-Bring thom tn me if you
want best prices, i buy and sell
more hides than any other dealer In
this section ot the state. AU hides
bought by me are shipped with ab
batoir hidos and command better
pricos, therefore I can and do pay
better prices. Bring them to Wllli
ford'a Corner. R. Di Henderson.
QUICK WORK-'Phone 822 for Geor
gia Garage for quick work. One
expert on Fords, and ono export on
all othor cars and motorcycles.
No. 108 Sooth McDufflo street. Op.
J. L. E. Jones Blcyclo Shop.
PREPAREDNESS is tho order of the
day now, while the Fire Insurance
Companies are withdrawing from
tho state is tho time for you to havo
your house, barn, or out-building
- protected with a Burrisa Metal
Shingle Roof. Of course the Initial
cost 1B Just a trifle more than wood
shingles, but in the long run they
aro much cheaper and they are a
tremendous protection against Ore.
Drop; in and lot us show yob. No
troublo nor obligation" on your part
whatever. Respectfully, Jno. T.
Burrisa & Son. ._
FOR RENT ~~
FOR RENT-Five room apart mom
near Minare. All conveniences.
Cheap to prompt paying tenant.
_M._W._Sloan, 'Phone 825. _?
"WANTS \ T
WANTED-fGood auto mechanic with
reference. No booze .fighter or
cigarette smoker ticed apply. r.?.
C. Campbell at Ca mph ell'a garage.
WANTED-To buy good second
hand Ford car. Must be cheap;
with pr. without' body.. AddresB ."X.
Y. Z:.".Care Intelligencer. .
WANTMD YOU TO KNOW-That I
have Just received 30 pairs Diamond
Tires and will sell at these pricoB:
Diamond Puncture proof, 92,25.
The Diamond Balley Non-S lc id,
91.75; Diamond 400 Camden, 91.ri '
Diamond 1930, 91.10; Hunter, 91.40;
Tho Ironclad Barcup. 92.00. Agents
Smith's Motor Wheel. J. L. E..
.' Jones. 103 McDufflo street.
??EAL . ;
May bc found at the followhig
Provost's Store ,
E. E. Elmore's
Paul ''Cramer's.." ,.
C. G. Stevenson's
E. G. FantS
J. H. Allen's
W A JL^? a Ul/
RAGS OF ALL KINDS
I will par $1.60 per-hundred, cash
for.Raga..- ; :'.
l5o par hundred1 tog old Beta?
<c par pound for old Automobile
Tires? - .
19o per pound for old Inner Tabes,
-and Tho Highest Cash Prico *or'
all kinda of old Brasa, Copper, atc
It you have an much aa 100 pounds
o? any of tho above *pho?e me and
rn cali tor lt '
Manning fitmt. Near Blue Ridge
I am a candid&to for Congress from ;
the Third Congressional District, sub
ject to the rules of tbe Democratic
A. H. BAGNALL.
I am a candidato for congress from
the Third Congressional district, sub
ject to tho rules of tho Democratic
JNO. A. HORTON.
I announco myself a candidate tor
congress from the Third District. I
will abide the rules, regulations aud
results of the Democratic Primary.
HENRY C. TILLMAN.
I am a candidate for Solicitor ot the
Tenth Circuit, subject to tbe rules ot
the democratic party.
LEON L. RICE.
: 1 hereby announco myself a candi
date for tbe office of solicitor of the
Tenth Judicial circuit, subject 'to the
rules and regulations of the Demo
KURTZ P. 8MITH.
I hereby announce myself a can
didate for solicitor of the tenth Ju
dicial circuit, subject to the action
of tho Democratic party in tho en
suing primary election.
J. R. EARLE.
I hereby announce myself as a
candidato for tho office of Supervisor
of Anderson county, subject to thc
rules of tho democratic party.
W. REEVES CHAMBLEE.
I horeby announce myself a candi
date for County Treasurer, subject
to tho rules of the democratic party.
J. H. CRAIG.
I hereby announce myjclf a candi
dato for County Treasurer, subject
to tho rules of tho democratic party.
J. R. C. GRIFFIN.
I horeby announco myself a candi
dato for County Treasurer, subject
to the rules) of tho democratic party.
S. A. WRIGHT.
I hereby announce myself a candi
dato for re-election to tho ofilco of
Treasurer for Anderson county, sub
ject to tho rules of tho democratic
G. N. C. BOLEMAN.
I hereby announco myself a candi*
dato for tho o nice of Sheriff for An
derBon county, subject to tho rules of
tho democratic party.
T. J. MARTIN.
I horeby announco myself a candi
date'for Sheriff ot Anderson county,
subject to the rules ot the Democratic
W. B. KING.
I hereby, announco myself a cantil
date for the office of Sheriff of An
derson county subject to the rules ot
the Democratic prlmtry.
W. O. fi. MARRETT.
I hereby announce myself as a can?
aida to for re-election to Ute office'ot
Sheriff, subject to the rules ot the
. JOB M. H. ASHLEY.
FOR HOUSE OF REPRESEN
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for the House of Representatives
for Anderson county, subject to the
rules ot tho democratic party.
W. W. SCOTT.
FOR ?ORONER ^
I he roby announce myself a candi
date for the office ot Coroner for An
derron-county, subject to tho. rules ot
Bia d?mocratie party. St baa been my
pleasure to servo yon in this capacity
four years--1908-12. I feel that I am
capable, and I need the office. .
J. ELVA.? BEASLEY.
I horeby announce myself a candi
date tor reelection to the office ot
Coroner tor Anderson county, subjet
to tho rules ot the domocraltc pri
J. G. HARDIN.
I ierahy.announcejnyseU.as a can
didato for ? election to t&e office ot
Coroner, subject to the rules ot the
T. E. ' Pelf rey.
i I-.er oby announce myself a candi
dato for reelection to the office of
Coroner for Anderson county.'subject
to; tba rules ot tbs democratic, pri
" J. GORDON FREDHR?OKJB
Oho ot.the most ?ucceasful prepar
ations in use for ?ils dlsesse la Cham
berlains Cough Remedy. S W. Mc
Clinton. Blahdoa Springs, Ala,, writes,
"Our Imhy ; ha* . whooping c ,* V ah
bad ?as most any baby could h. h. it
t ' ?ave him Chamberlain's . Cough
Remedy sad it, soon got him wei I."
Obtainable everywhere.., .. ' >
At Chicago-New York, rain.
At Pittsburgh :,; Hoston 3.
At St. Louie 2; Drool;lyn 1.
At Cincinnati 0; Philadelphia 5.
At Boston 3; Chicago 2. (Ten in
At Philadelphia 4: St. Louis 3.
At Washington 3; Detroit 2.
At Now York 2; Cleveland 4.
At Atlanta 8; Memphis 6.
At New Crlea?B 4; Nashvlllo 7.
At Birmingham -"; Little P.ock
At Mobile 3: Chattanooga 2.
At Jacksonville 3; Albany 0.
At Columbia 8; Columbus 4.
At Charleston 1 ; Montgomery 4.
At Augusta 3; Macon 2;
7 to 5 Says
Sporting Editor Had "No Busi
ness" at the G*aie, So He
Missed a Treat
According to a spectator Clemson
defeated Carolina at Cater Athletic
field yesterday afternoon by a score
of 7 to 5 in -a somewhat one-sided
conttest, Long eaUlly prbvlng Wow
ton's superior on tho mound.
The writer states "according to a j
spectator" for the simple reason thur, i
conditions were such that he cou Ul
not-attend the game in an ofdclal !
I capacity. As ls'generally know* CI?. ?
??promotor ot the Clcmson-Oarollna
game was tho secretary of tno An
derson chamber of commerce For
8omo reasons, which he attempted to
outline to the sporting editor and
failed to m alto clear, the secretary
took the stead that ho could not, or
would not, allow .the ,writer a cora
I pllmentary ticket to tho game, inti-:
mating that bb did not caro a hang
whether the game ,\v;u3 written up or
not. In fact he went so far as to
Hay that lt 'was immaterial to him
and The Intelligencer could act as it
Fair enough, Mr. Secretary, if I
you and your organisation caa live
without the paper. ..thc paper can
most certainly mau ago to drag along
y/ithou t ; you. . Tho writer states
.your organization"' ill-advisedly,
meaning Instead yourself aud the
sentiment you apparently represent.
It was an Interesting game, one
baseball. enthusiast stated, and th-) |
writer regrets hts Inability to at
tend in an official: capacity; ; This I
paper gave a complete account of tho j
first game, including a box score,
and it is hoped similar arrangements
caa be made for the next game play-1
ed hero. ' - '.'
STANDING OF CLUBS
Won Lost P. C.
Orr.-. .V 3 0 10001
Equinox:.'. . 2 1 667 |
Riverside.v. i .2 333
Gluck./..... .... 0 3 0001
Won Lost Pct.
Charleston. . .16 10 615 !
JackaoaVlllo.. .. ..15 IO GOO I
Montgomery...14 lt 5601
Augusta.. ..: .. ...14' 12 6381
Columbia,. .. ..i.ilS 14 481
Columbues. ..ll 15 423
Albsny.... .. .. ..li 15 423j
.''.. Won Lost P.. C.
Nashville- .. ..20 8 7141
New tlTleons.. .. ..19 8 704 1
Atlanta..,-. .. .. ..14 15 483
Birmingham.14 15 - 483
Chattanooga.. .. ..13 15* 464
Mobile.. ?.ll 17 303
M^phla.. .. .. ..10 16 385
Little Rock... ,.,.;10 17, 3?0
Won Lost Pct.
Cleveland.. .. .. " vl8 - 9 687
Washington.. .';;?5 , 9 626
New. York,. .. . . . ;U3 ll 542
?otrolt.... .. ?:13. ts BOO
Beaton...... . assii-v,- 13 600
Chicago....... ???|$f 16 429
, Phiradolphia.*V??? 15 375
*St. Louis.. 8 15 3.48
. . KstiWst.
Won Lost P.C.
Brooklyn; . M 8 6*7
.Boston... .? .. i,i2 7 '. .'.'.-.?t
Chicago.... .. ., va3 ll 542
St. Louis.. .. vil3 ll 542
'Philadelphia..... g.lo io 500
Cincinnati.. .. ,;). .is 480
Pittsburgh .. '.. . ?aft 16 385
NSSf vYork.. .. ..,. 6 18 278
COLLEGE GAMES ,
I At Athens, Ca : Georgia Tsch 9;
Georgia 7; ? % ?
Afc Msec*. Os. ? ;|t>rcer 4; Col um
Wa : Col lege M . mfm lh ? t ? d]
G arne Was Hotly Contested And
Went 12 Innings. Riverside
Thc Orr mill club further strength
ened its hold on the league champion
ship by winning yesterday's game
over Eq'dnox. The contest went 12
innings and Orr won by 3 to 2 at the
end of the mostly hotly contested
match ever witnessed on the Orr dla
mond. Tho fielding of both clubs
was sensational and McAlister and
Watson were pretty evenly matched,
with the odds a shade on the form
er's side. Kay's stick work was a
feature, in the 12th Inning this
Orr slugger drove a long one into
right field for two bases, scoring a
man from second and breaking np tho
game: Two men were out when be
secured this hit and it looked then
as if the ?jame would be halted oh
account of darkness before the score
could be untied.
Next Saturday afternoon Orr will
play Oluck. They expect to have
eacy pickings at that time, as io
date Gluck has lost every gamo. Tho
Orr boys have hit a winning stride
?that seems to be invincible.
Score by Innings:
. * ft H B
Cyr.. .. ..020 OOO OOO 001-3 10 0
Equinox .. 000 002 000 000-? 8 6
Batteries: 'McAlister and Kay;
Watson and English. Umpire Haw
Hherslde Downs tilnck.
Riverside defeated Oluck yesterday I
afternoon by a scoro of 4 to 7. This)
waa the first game Riverside (had
won. Gluck has lost all three games|
It is not tho inter.clon of Tho' Iq-1
talllgenccr to give moro publicity to
tho games 'playod by the" Orr'club|
than any other, and this ls due - en
tirely to the fact, that the. official ]
scoror of the Orr team brings an-ac
count of the. game to this ellice each!
Saturday night. The Intelligencer
would be glad to furnish a full ac-1
count of the other games if the Infor
mation will bo furnished before !
OATS HARD HIT BY THE
PRESENT DROUTH SAYS
WEEKLY CROP REVIEW
. Columbia, S. C.,May 12.-The|
carly patt of the week'was abnormal
ly cool, and temperatures In the nine
ties prevailed at the close. ' The I
drought ls becoming severe . and
small grains, especially oats, are suf
fering from lack of rain; wheat fa j
heading on short straw. ? Cotton ls
germinating slowly add Irregularly,
and rain is needed to bring the crop
to a good stand. . Corn ls standing
the drought fairly well; planting
continues. Truck, gardens.and pas
tures are in parched condition. To
bacco is not growing well, and plants |
are scarce. -Fruit prospocts* .Con
tinuo generally good.
, JOSEPH F. . JUNGERMANN.
; om dal Temporarily In Charge j
For Infanta and Chi!dre u
finisse For Over:
? $ $ * $
. -. .- . - . I
A dollar dowu-r^A; .Api
lar a week or pay day. ;
that's the Simplified
Savings System i aj*y.- On
ly yon can-pay In any
y. aiionnt from I0c up each
week br' pay day. -::"..
Yoor money, b?ara tater
- est com pound quarterly.
. You ra when. yon need tl.
Every nan shoald -ta^taa..
club. ' :"\
Start , any Um?--Com
pl?te tn fifty payments.
The Strongest Bink.
In the Coont;.
Comfort considered, there.Is nothing to
equal a couch hammock. Beeide? they are
highly ornamental and quite substantial.
?Our couch hammocks are full length and
-?I I ?I width with strong iron frames and National
r??^E??s?? springs and thick, s'oit mattresses-khaki,
Bgrpl > jrgj r^j awning Btripcd and flowered cretonne cov
- ' cringe. --*7
They can bo bung from tho celling of your porch, or you may
havo them with stand for small adltionai charge.
Everything for your porch and every item thc best made.
G. F. TOLLY & SON
Anderson. S. C.
Ideas for Commencement Presents
' Gold Beads
We can show you, in addition to the above, many other useful and
pretty articles for Commencement Presents-belli in bright and
green gold-at prices that will please you.
MARGHBANKS & BABB
Kort* Halo 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. ?nd that's not
all, we have the best and quickest
delivery system in this mari's towt}
W. L. BRISSEY LUMBER CO.
^^S^ Doors from
each up, in
pVa ?re diKOtctrritr?,
J^hre and Mei tn el) lands of (Oth
[ate* feet ?wi drink bf trim Uta tai
|T?th hm!: fly ten Uy lin c?-t
1^ gwen? ?beuM Be m4 w keep ?hm #vt
Let us show you how cheap you can screen
6 *V H
MAY 16,17 and 18,1916.
Sn connection with tho Blue Ridge Ry.
f&ty.??? conveat?ent Way to travel
; . SCHEDULE ; - . . ;:
f/eat? Anderson &05 a. m., 11.50 a. m., 3.05 p. m.
? -Atrfre Blrr^ghaai ^ p. BK n^fr a, su, WM? a, m. ' ,;. '
, Up-tc-date cosehca and Pullman car* thronen to B?nn?agham.
' Following Escarsioa faresi : . i . ^^^S3s^ '
^ excursion tares frcan othsr p?nia
wi??ba iraniS? nnUl?^^ *n? ,**nenlaislen