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FOR SALB-Oats, hay. Como dry
and oweet feed, Corno hen ami
. chick feed, cotton seed meal uud
llntloss hulls, wholesale and re
tail...- Stock on hand at nil UmoB.
300' bushels Lookout Mountain seed
Irish potatoes and 400,000 Nanch
' Hall and Cawtawba yam potato
til'-ps-our own bedding-at $1. GU
per thousand. Alu rt in Coal &
Wood Co. -
FOft SALE-Pure New Era Peut?.
Tho great builder of thin lauds,
nature's Tarilac, so to speak. M.
W. Sloan, 'Phono 025.
FOR .SALE-Or trade, one I. H. C.,
12 horse power .gasolina engine
mounted. Apply to R. R. Milom.
Sandy Springs, 8. C.
FOR SALE-A few hundred bushels
select reolcaned and graded Fulghum
Seed Oats sixty eight conto bushel
-worth more for . feed. . purpose.
Fnrman Smith. Seedsman, Phone
. ?64. . ' i
DR. SM ALI, has left his - Komfort
Shoulder Brace and K. B. Abdom
inal Pelvic Suports with pr. Carter,
FARM FOR SALE NEAR WALHAL
LA, .S. C.-Nino hundred acres,
two. miles or Walhnlla. Six tenant
hoUees, ono hundred acres ot
branch and creek bottom, one hun
dred and twenty acres of bp-land
in cultivation. 400 acres in pas
ture : Somo nine and. oak timber.
Well 'suited to stock raising. Price
$16.?0 por ' acre, one-third cash,
?I balance to' suit purchaser. For In
formation write B.-'R. Moss, ? WHI
hafla. S. C.
Our -prescription d?part?
ment is complete in every re-.
spect. In addition to dis
pensing only the purest and
best drugs obtainable ?j our
registered pharmacist is ready
. and willing to giv% you any
information pertaining to
Bring your prescriptions
to us and get. exactly what
the doctor, orders.
Our label on a bottle
stands for the : beak .'.
"The REXALL S&SYT"
EASY-Multo Ufo'B walk caBjr by hav
ing un repair your shoes. Wo aro
not only prepared to do Amt CIUBB
work on short not.'ee, but we meet
any legitimate competition when lt
comos lo prices. Honest work and
best materials always? O. E. McKee
& Son, 132 East Whltuer Btreet,
LOOK. AND LISTEN-Mr. George San
ders in with tho W. J. ManeBS meat
market, to Boll you all the freak
meats and fish. Mr. Sanders will be
glad to have his many friends call
at 207 East Whltner street and. get
their wants supplied. We will have
a full supply of Mullett, Red Fin
Croker.s, Basa, Pike and Spanish
Mackerel ul tko time. Phone '292,
the Scu Food Man, W. J. Ma?osa.
BREAKFAST SAUSAGE-The do
rnend for our all pork sacsago ls
keeping us very busy. They surely
are the highest grade on the mar
ket Made from fresh, pork carefully
selected and seasoned with Just
enough fresh ground herbs and
pure spices to give that very un
usual and dollciouB flavor distinc
tively Lindsay's. Phono your order
to 694, Tho Lily Whito Market, J.
N. Lindsay, Proprietor.
?, PEW MORE White Rotary Machines
at $28.00. Don't mlBs this oppor
tunity. Ono spring wagon with top,
good ns new; one Maxwell automo
bile, first CISBS shape. Bargains
and will be-sold ct once. J. A. Mul
lina*. 12C-12S West Benson Street
'Vio ARE handling some of the finest,
choicest beef, pork, veal, mutton,
cured meats of oil kinds, country
stylo pork' sausage, mixed sausage,
and plenty, ot dressed chickens at
very lowest prices. Come around,
or telephone us. Your trade will
be appreciated and wo promise
prompt delivery. Dobbins Market,
?"ROM 7. A. M., TO 10 P. M.-Buy
your Gasoline and Motor Oils from
H. A. Cau?le, the one arm gas man
on the corner next to Owl Drug Co.
He will appreciate your business
and al way u gives tho utmost -in
vallie. H. A. Caudle.
SLABS-For b; short time I can supply
you with.good, clenr, thick low
count ry slobs at $3.60 per cord, de
livered. I will also appreciate your
orders for cotton seed meal and
hulls. B. N. Wyatt, 'Phone 182.
?VALL PAPER-If it ls wall papw
you are looking for, we havo lt. A
large stock going at 25 per cent:
below coat. Phono 48, Guest Paint
3UGGY WHEELS-We have a good
supply of Buggy .wheels, spindles
and boxes, 'that we can flt on., any
time. Wheels ron In hot oil and
spindles set just right to pull true,
Paul E. Stephens.
HIDES-Br In;; them to tm if you
.wajg best prices. I buy and ?ell
more hides than any other dealer In
thia section of the state. AU hides
bought by ma ara shipped with ab
bat olr bides and command better
prices, therefore I can and do pay
better prices. Brin* them to Wtllt
fotrfl'a Corner, ft. U Wooderson.
QUICK WORK-..Phorie. 823 for Geor-*
gin Garagb for quick work. " Ona
export on Fords, end one . expert'on
a|l other cari* and motorcycles.
; No. los. South McDuffle stree?. Op.
J. L. BI. Jone?'Bicycle Shop.
PREPAREDNESS ts foe order ot tba
day now, while tha Fire Insurance
Companies ara witi-drawlng from
the state is the'time for Ton tb have
your house, bern, or ott Mut lidiad
protected with a Bnrrlna Metal
^Shingle Roof. Of connie tba initial
coat la jost a trine more than wood
shingles, but .In the long rna they
ara ranch cheaper and they ara a
tremendous protection against ar* j
Drop in and let na show you. No
trouble nor obHgatioo on ymir ipart*
whatever, Baspactfnlly; J?tf^K
K??np?** son. :
ust as Surprise
r rm s f
DBVOB'8 PAINT-Tho old stand by,
tho ohlc'it paint mahers lit Auiorlun
and tho best. Paint will? DuVoe't?,
fewor gallons, wears longer. W. I,.
Hrlssey Lumber Co.
POTATO SLIPS-I ara guaranteed
tho delivery of my planta this sea
son, therefore I guaranteo to de
liver them to you on the date you
wuut them, lt will pay you to see
mo before sending your mony off.
It. P. SasBard, 213 South Main
FOIl KENT-Five room apartment
near square. Ali conveniences.
Cheap to prompt paying tenant.
M. W. Sloan, 'Phono 82fi.
WANTED-Good auto mechanic, with
reference. No oooze fighter or
. c'guretto smoker need apply, lt.
C. Campbell at Campbell's garage.
WANTED-To buy good second
bund Ford car. Must be cheap;
with or without body. Address "X.
Y. Z." Care Intelligencer.
WANTED YOU TO KNOW-That I
have just recolved 30 pair9 Diamond
Tires and will sell at thc30 prices:
Diamond Puncture proof, 12,25 i
The Diamond Balley Non-Skid,
$1.75; Diamond 41)0 Camden. $1.'
Diamond 1D30. $1.10; Hunter, $1.40;
Tbo Ironclad Barcup, $2.00. Agents
Smith's Motor Wheel. J. L. 'E..
Jonen. 103 McDuflie street.
LOST-A bunch of keys, 2 long keys;
4 short flat Jceys and 2 cabinet
keys; on corrugated ring. Charles.
Gray, 810 West End Avenue.
STOLEN-Friday night in Greenville
county, near Polzor, bay horse and
Summer's top buggy with rubber
Urea and red running gear. Any
information to Joe Rogerd, Pelzer,
Route 1, will be appreciated.
Get to know and read Intelli
gencer Want Adi and you will
soon see they will save you many
a dollar and get you what yon
want at the same time.,
May be found at the following
W. S. Ramsey's,
E. E. Elmore's
C, G. Steyensprj/s
jB. G. Pant's
J. H. Allen >
RAGS OF ALL KINDS
I wm pay $1,50 per hundred, cash
25c per hundred for old Scrap
2vn* - . : >
4c per pound* tor old Automobile
tOo per pound for old Inner Tubes,
-and Ths Hlghes*'Css?;PrlOa'^SW/
ell kinda of old Brasa* Copper, etc.
lt yon have as tsuch aa ICO pounds
of any of tho above 'phone ma and
-rt! eau tor it. - , y
Stoning Street, Near Blue Rld&e
: Ice Co. . ? .
d as Mutt
At Cincinnati 3; Philadelphia
At St. Louis S; Brooklyn 4.
innings.) "* .
At Chicago-New York, cold.
At Pittnlmrgh-Boston, rain
At Washoington ir?; Detroit 3. .
At Boston-Chicago, wot grounds.
At Philadelphla-St. Louis,- raitt.
At N?*w York-Cleveland, rain.
At Atlanta C; Memphis* 1. ? v
At Birmingham 4; Lit Me Hock 2.
No others schedule il.
At Charleston 4;, Columbus. O.
. At Jacksonvilio 8;.Montgomery 12.
At Augusto 2; Albany 1. (Ten In
nings. ' . .
. At Columbia 9; Macon 5. iii?-; ;
At Athens, C?a.;. ileorgbv: Universi
ty 6; ..Mercor 2.
STANDING OF CLUBS
i Won "Lost Pct.
Charleston.... .. ..18
Montgomery.. ... ...16
Jacksonville.. ... ,.lf>;
('ol muh ia ..... .. . .15
Columbus.. .'. .-. ..ll
Macon. .. 8
Now. Orleans.20 8
Nashville... ;. ....20
Chattanooga.. ... : 15
.Birmingham.. .. ..lil
Little Rock .. . ..ll
Mobile. .. ..12
Won Lost Pct.
Cleveland. ..19 5 679
Washington.-.18 . 0 667
New York. . .13 12. 520
Boston....;;1?? 12 500
Dotrolt- .. .. . .13 " 15 > 464 :
Chicago.'v.12 16. 429
Philadelphia..... . ..10 m 460
St. Louis.8 16 333
. -; ^
National. . ' ????)
' Won Lost, P.C.
Brooklyn... .. _.13 7 -4150
Bost?n.... :\, .. ;V?W R 579
Philadelphia.. 40 565
St. Louis.. .. .V: .14. 13 519
Chicago... .. .. ..13 .13 500
Cincinnati.. .. .v; .13 IC 429
Pittsburgh. ..ll 16 407
New, York.. .. JVV. 8 13 381
Decausa yotur teeth ara fault
necessarily follow that they are ?
be commencing tn unseen pnces.
^IrtiPOHE it bicornes apparent, tl
> pieces and PRHy$ENT disco!on,tloi
year to your dentist, r>n? have your
? M'- HENfft
Offiee Over Faraw?
mmnMemep 'Panno 6a. Aadara
WROTE MOTHER FAREWELL
BUT HE FELL SLEEP AS HE
WAS PLANNING SUICIDE j
Atlanta, Ga.. May IC.-"Dearest
Mother: I am now getting ready to
loavo this miserable world. Please
como on to Hoavcn, for I am nearly
crazy lo seo your sweet faco. May
God bless you always. Your son.
With the above touching note !?
his pocket. Wheeler Frazier, aged 18
yearsj n runaway boy from Knox
ville, Tenn., was found asleep on a
bench lu one of Atlanta's parks.
. Arraigned before the recorder yes
terday afternoon, the boy explained
that bo was homesick and broke aud I
bad made up his mind to commit
suicide. Ile was Bitting on the
bench trying to decide how to' -kill
himself when sleep overtook him.
The recorder dismissed tho easel
against him, gave tho boy a fowl
words of fatherly advice and seat,
him out to look for work. j
."If you don't 'find it,' the recorder
said, "come back to me and I'll hep*.j
The ideal salesman ia the Want ?
Ad; direct, in method-conv?nt
mg in argument-and reaching
hundreds of customers in one
Clnohclm, Trowbridge & Saggs
New Theatre Building
W. Whitaer St
Dr. Wade H. Sherard
413 Fourth Floor BI?ckI?y Bldg.
Telepbns? a4a [?
' Has capacity of seven
passengers. * High grade
material. Neat app ?ararice.
Reasonable prices. We also
make commer?ai bodies
and Jitney??.to lit any make
.car. . Writeforillustrations
The Rock Hi? Buggy Cc,
loss in APPKA?IANCT3, lt dosa not
10UND. HIDDEN %ROUBL? ?ajr
Decay ls often . pr ia ent for ' weeka
io sk li full dentist nfn detect these
i and disease. Go at-least twice a
p* Korenan ls??^V1/-:'-*v> v
cn, ft, C . ;? - Olltea ?Ffeene 5S7.
By BUD FISHER
Comfort considered, there Is nothing to
equal a couch hummock. Resides they aro
highly ornamental and quite substiiitlnl.
Our couch hammocks.are full length and
width with strong iron frames and National
springs and thick, soft mattresses-khaki,
awning striped and dowered cretonne cov
They con bo hung from the retiing of your porch, or you may
have them with Bland for small adit ional charge.
Everything for your, porch and every.Item the best made.
G. F. TOLLY ^ SON "
Anderson, S. G.'- . -
For the Jun?: Bride
A gift to thc bride should preferably combine with'beauty, rather
than subordinate service to' ornament, for tastes may differ sharply.
over the merely beautiful, where your Choice of silver tableware, a
sliver'tea service, or a silver coffee pot will meet with instant ap
provej.; j-'/' . ? -..
The sentiment which serves .is the'.sentiment which survives, and
.no gift is more welcome to the brid?* lhan GORHAM Silverware for
the home, which first has use to commend lt,- and next the beauty
and distinction of design for which- GORHAM productions -enjoy al
most a ceritury of fame. . '. . ' . ? -,
The- bride will ook for the GORHAM.,trade mark; on any sllver
-wnre you may give her. We therefore" auf goat-that vou look for
MARCHBANKS ii BABB
North Mata Street Jewelers _ ' ' ' At the Sign of the Big Watch
, Well, that's us. WeWevg?t
'now the BEST STOCK, AND
MORE OF IT than any of the 1
other guys. And that's hot
all, we have the best and quickest
delivery system in this man's town,
W. L. BRISS?Y LUMBER