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WANTED-D. a lady, room ami
boan! in privat?: family, cloue !n
Reference exchanged. Address
"C," cure The Intelligencer.
WANTED YOU TO KNOW- That 1
have Just received 30 pair? J il am omi
Tires und will nell ut these pri?es:
Diamond i'uiicluro proof. $2,2.*?
Tim Diamond' Halley Non-Skid,
fi;75j O'F.raond 400 Camden, fl.?
Dinuiorid )'J20, $1.10; Hunter, $1.40;
Tbo Ironclad Marrup, $2.00. Agenti
Smith's Motor Wheel. J. L. E.
Jon?;?, 103 McDufTJe strcot.
FOR SALE- OatB, hay, Como dry
and sweet feed, Como hen and
chick feed, cotton seed meal and
llntless hulls, wholesale und re
tail. Stock on hand at all times.
, 300 bushels Lookout Mountain seed
Irish potatoes and 400,000 Nandi
ila!! and Cawtawba yam potato
?lips-our own bedding-at $1.G0
per thousand. Martin Coal &]
FOR .SALE-Or trade, one I. H. C.,
12 Inrse power gasoline engino
mounted. Apply to R. R. Mil am,
Sandy Springs, S. C.
FARM FOR SALE NEAR WALHAL
LA, S. c.-Nino hundred acres,
twp miles of Walhalla. Six tenant
houcos, one hundred aerea ot
branch and creek bottom, ono hun
dred and twenty acres of up-land
. in cultivation. 400 acres in pus
' turo ' Soroo pine and oak timber.
Well suited to stock raising. Price
$15.00 .pbr acre, one-third cash,
balance to suit purchaser. For In
formation write I). R; Moss, Wal
halla," S. C. ' .
FOKi SALE-^-rurn Now Era Peas.
Tho' great builder of thin lands,
- na t'.iro'u Tani aa, so to speak. M.
? Wi Sloan, 'Phono 025.
FOR GAIAC-A few hundred bushels
select recleaned and graded Fulghum
Seed .Oats sixty eight cen tn bushel
.~jforth more for1 feed purpose.
- Forman Smith. Seedsman. Phone
V?4. / -
' LOST OR FOUND
Vj*_ ;. ?_ ? . _ '
LOST-On national highway, bo
: tween Anderson and Piedmont, C
mik:; out, ono auto tire 32 extra
\, .3/ J?-2'Q. D. casing on rim. Finder
Pleuse- leave n this oin co and will
. be paid for trouble.
LOST-i-A bunch of keys. 2 long koya,
.4 Short flat keys and 2 cabinet
keys; on corrugated ring. Charles
Qray, 810 Wost End Avenue.
STOLEN-Friday night in Greenville
' county, near Pelzer, bay horco and
^ Summer's top buggy with rubber
. tiros and red running gear. Any
'??}"? in tor ma tl on to Joe Rogcrd, Pelstcr,
Route 1, will bo appreciated.
' MISCELLANEOUS .
W?3 ARIO now dandling spmo fine
stall fed Cattle and selling tho very
best steak that mbnoy eau buy for
20c per,.lb. Plenty of. veal and
mutton at market prlco. Chicken's
dressed and alive SB cheap as you
can buy them in tho country. Also
plenty o^ fish any day In tho week.
Your trade wlil he appreciated.
Give us a trial. Phono 755, Dob
bln>'. market, opposite Tolly'a.
' Don?t Cut'Em!
To cut your Cf rn with a.'roz?'.
Minis to ?xn? se yourself io
the unnecessary dancer of
..blood poisoning-the results
of which are apt to prove ,
Hard, painful and deep
rooted corns tend to vleld ;
readily 16 the powerful yet *
f -getftle Influence of * j
Ey^ t? Remover
And bojy much easier the . ,
pf Evans'G?>m Remover, ?
[..:pT~*M fi cort ?tess foot ! '
or yoer ?norsoy back
, . s' ,5H*s?,25-??i?a "...
"Wni?<mftKMrimiir?w iii? nm.J?MMNM?ewwimiMti?iMi?mniin>?'i?
PISH, FISH, FISH!-Tho doctor
tollu mu that good fish ia tho best
meat to cat In spring um'. Kummer.
Wo liuvo for thin wi'dk-dally
riim Trout. Spanish Mackerel, IteJ
Fin Croakers, Pop 'Cyed Mullets.
Basa, Pike and fl?h to suit your
tusto-Wbolesa)'. ai'd retail. We
keep plenty of fino pork ami beef,
native raised. Call '?t?'? or come
to 207 Mast Whittier street and
.seo George Sanders; he will he
glad ta wee you. W. J, Manes?,
. the Seafood Man.
AUTO SPRINGS-We make Auto
Springs or make new leavoB und
put in place of broken ones-can
do lt promptly too. Paul E.
DR. SMALL has left bia Komfort
Shoulder Brace and K. B. Abdom
inal Pelvic Suporta with Dr. Carter,
HAVE you a keep kool suit made to
your measure. From the latest pat
terns of wool crash. Faim Beach,
Urey pencil ?tripes, worsteds and
Mohair Buitlngs, for $10.00 at Salla
Tailoring Co., 107 W. Earle St.
EASY-Make llfo's walk easy by hav
ing us repair your nhocB. Wo aro
not only prepared to do first class
work on ?hort notice, but we meet
auy legitimate competition when lt
comes to prices. Honest work and
best materials always. G. E. McKee
& Son, 132 East Whltner street,
BREAKFAST SAUSAGE-The de
mand for our all pork sauB&go la
keeping UB very bnsy. They surely
are the highest' grado on the mar
ket. Made from fresh pork carolully
solected and seasoned with Just
enough fresh ground herbs and
pure spices to give that very un
usual and dollcious flavor distinc
tively Lindsay's. Phone your'order
to 004, The Lily White Market, J.
N. Lindsay, Proprietor.
QUICK WORK-'Phone 822 for Geor
gia Garage for quick work. One
expert on Fords) oad ono expert an
all other cara and motorcycles.
No. 108 South McDuflle street. Op.
J. lt. E. Jones Blcyolo 8hop.
SLABS-For a Bhort timo I can supply
you w|th good, clear, thick low
country Blabs at $3.G0 por cord, de
livered. I will also appreciate your
orders for cotton seed meal and
hulls. B. N. Wyatt, 'Phone 182.
WALL PAPER-If it ls wall paper
you aro looking for, wo liavo lt. A
large stock going at 2!? per cent,
below cost. Phono 48, Gacnt Po'?t
FROM 7 A. M.. TO 10 P. M.-Buy
your Gasoline and Motor Olia from
H. A. Caudle, the one arm gas man
on tho corner next to Owl Drug Co.
He will appreciate your business
and alwaya gives the utmost tn
value. H. A. Caudle.
HIDES-Bring them to me lt yon
want best prices. I buy and sell
more hides than any other dealer in
this section of the state; All hides
bought by mo are shipped with ab
batolr bides an'd command better
prices, therefore 2 can and do pay
better prices. Bring them to Wllll
ford'e Cornar. B Dv Henderson.
A FEW MORE White Rotary Machines
at (28.00. Don't miss thia oppor
tunity, One spring wagon with top,
good as new; ono Maxwell'automo
bile,' first class shape. "Bargains
and will ba sold at once. J. A. Mul
Bnax. 12C-128 West Bcuson Street.
PREPAREDNESS ls the order ot the
day now, while the Fire. Insurance
Companies are withdrawing froia
the etato Is the time for yon to have
.' your house, barn, or out-buildlog
protected with a Burrlsa Metal
Shingle Roof. Ot course the initial
coat Is Ju nt a trifle more than wood
shingles, but In the .long run . they
are much cheaper and 'bey Are a
tremendous protection agaiast Ora.
Drop-in and let ns ahow you. No
trouble nor obligation on your part
whatever. Respectfully, Job, T.
Burrlsa & Son.. .
D'flVOB'S PAINT-Tho old atautf: by,
. the oldest paint makers In America
-and the best. Paint with DeVoo'n,
fewer gallon?, wears longer. W. L.
Brissey Lumber Co.
Nothing.better for the sweet
girl graduate than NunrmHy-i,, one
two or three lb. box of candy. Owl
...f'^rr . "i" ?
^?.???irnXM^MMimiiiiii lima n'tmi in?ni??i'
GAINED TEN POUNDS
ON THREE BOTTLES
GREENVILLE MAN SAYS HE|
WAS UNABLE TO WORK
FOR 16 MONTHS
Says He Is Now Able To Do|
Heavy Work and His Ail
ments Are Relieved
"Tanlac ls the best medicine I have
ever tried and lt has Improved my
health BO much that I cnn work now,
though my aliment? had made me u|
complete wreck and had kept me from
working for Hlxteen (16) months." I
dpclared W. lt. Henson, a carpenter, [
who resides on Grove road, near Au-j
gusta St., in the Cherokee Park sub-1
ur hs of vireenville, S. C.
The caso of Mr. Henson ls one of I
tho most remarkable which has yet
come to the attention of the Tanlac
representative. Mr. Henson had kid
ney and bladder trouble so badly that
his health was undcrminded and bia
strength was lost. From October 1914,
until a few weeks ago, when he be
gan to take Tanlac, Mr. Henson had
been unable to find anything which
would give him satisfactory results,
he auld. He gained ten (10) pounds
while taking the first bottle of Tan-1
Just three bottles of the "Master ]
Medicine" made nn almost new man
of him, said Mr. Henson, and ho lfl
strong and Bincere In his praise of j
this wonderful pepa ra ti on He con
siders remarkable the relief it gave |
him, Mr. Henson statements follows:
"I suffered from a very bad form
of kidney and bladder trouble from
Octobbr, 1914. 1 had keen pains In
my back and loft side. After this
trouble hit me, my health gavo way
completely and I became 'too weak
to work. I did nothing but the light
est kind of work around the house
until after I began taking Tanlac. I
lost much weight as a result of my
aliments, and I . had absolutely no
energy. One of tho most distressing
symptoms I had was that I had ah-j
Holutely no control over the bladder
"I sought treatment from many
qualified persons apd I was told that
I had catarrh of the bladder. I also
tried many medicines but obtained no
satisfactory results in any case until
I began Tanlac.
My daughter had been for some|
timo an interesting reader of the tes
timonials? of thoso who had boen aid
ed by Tanlac, and she finally convinced |
mo 'that Tanlac was the medicine
needed. It was exactly the medicino |
1 needed, as later was proved.
"Tanlac gave me wonderful relief.
I gained ten (10) pounds and have
taken only three bottles. I can do
much work now, and, as an ilustra
tlon of the heavy work I can do, j
today lifted a heavy piece of timber
und carried lt across tho lot, that
shows how much my strength has In
creased. I work a great deal moro
now than I have tor sixteen months
since this trouble hit me. I feel' so
much better in every way. If lt had
not beo nfov Tanlac I guess I would
be I n bnd nhapo .now sure enough.
"lt certainly does make mo feel so j
good to ho able to work again. I aro
much livelier now, and roy kidneys |
have boen regulated and strengthen
ed. That is the very thing which!
mukcB me happy-my greatest trouble |
ha? been relieved by Tanlac.
"Yes, I certainly can recommend
Tanlac. It ls the best medicine I
havo ever tried. I have taken three
bottles and 1 know it ls doing for me
what it la advertised to do-and
s Tanlac, the master medicine, is sold
exclusively by Evans' Pharmacy, two
stores. Anderson; Horton's Pharmacy,
Belton; West Pelzer Drug Co., Pele?r;
Pendleton Drug Co.. Pendleton; Bolt|
Drug Co., Honea Path; D. L. Donald,
Wllllomston; Subor Drug CO., Fled-j
mont. Price: tl per bottle straight.
A dollar down-A dol
li lar a week or pay day. "
That's the SIroplllled]
Savings SyBtem. way. On
ly you can-pay in , any I
amount from 10r- ' up each j
week or pay day.
Ycur money bears infer- j
Yours whebV yon need- U,'
Every man should Join tho
Club, ; rt ^i^^?^^^?
Start say Umb-4^?B
pl?te In fifty payments; s
in the County.
GLUCK AND ]
Two Good Games Played |Yea?
terday-Equinox Loses 14-In
ning Struggle With Riversich 1
to 0. Gluck Raps On Orr By
7 to 1 Count .
In decidedly the fastest gamo ever
witnessed on a local lot the River
side club of the Mill league downed
Equinox on the former's ground yes
terday afternoon by a score of 1 to]
0, tho battle lastlnng 14 innings.
The contest, wa:-, a pitchers baili-j
from ,the outset und the game soon !
evolved into tho question of which
twirler would best stand the strain.
Equinox's death blow came in tho
fourteenth round, when Williams,
Riverside's staunch rifle-pit artist,
drove a long ono out for three sacks
and scored when Tom Allen singled.
The game lasted only two hours.
Three up and three down was the]
routine for 13 fast innings, and dur
ing the entire fight excitement ran
high and members of both clubs were
working under a strain. Only two
errors were mado on each side, and
none of these wero of tho costly va
riety. By winning yesterday River-1
Bide tied Equinox for second place I
In tho percentage column. Orr being]
on top. ,
Score by inning?:
OOO OOO OOO OOO 01-1 13 2\
' OOO OOO OOO OOO 0 -O C 2
Batteries: Williams nnd Gunter;
Gassoway and English.
\Tlmo 2:00 hours.
?luck 7; Orr 1.
Orr's invincibility was given a
shattering blow yesterday afternoon
In the gamo at Gluck, when ' that
team, the lowly tail-enders of the
league, launched a fusslllade against
the Orr youngsters and won by a
count of-7 to 1. .. Many of tho spec
tators-there was a big crowd In at
tendance-were of the opinion that ?
Orr't? confldenco proved their-down
fall. Gluck,,.Giough. has strength
en many weak points in her club]
during the past.wobk and was in!
?ip-top Khnpe' for tire fray.
Score uv innings:
R H El
Orr_..' .. ..010 000 000-t 7 3
Gluck.. .'GOD 002 OOO-7 10 3
Batteries^ McAlister, Buchanan
and Kay; Edwards and McDonald.
Umpire Ellison. Time 1:45.
Mrs. T. O. -Kay. mother of Catch
er Kay of the Orr team, entertained
that club Friday night at Bupper In
honor of her son ,nnd the splendid
baseball club of Which ho ls a star
* ! ?
*, COMING AND GOING ?
t. . . v ? i - ???C?^;,'? .* V- * v ' -? '.. 1
Mr ."'Ralph Taylor of Abbeville
!wos t% business visitor in tho cl?y
yesterday. ? . -
Mrs. Annie E. Beaty, and Mrs. Ella
(McKelvey ot McCormick ?re in the
citv visiting friends m and relatives
and will see "Tho'..-Birth of a Na
Mrs. T. Prank Watkins has return
ed from Spartanburg where abb at
tended *he musical festival.
Mr. L. WT Harris of Fair Play
wau a business visitor'yesterday.
Mr. Fred Stuart of Starr spent
yesterday In tho city, * ?
Mr. J. W. 'McCarty of Iva was
among thc buslnesb visitors yester
Miss Eubank Taylor and Misa Lu
cia Hudgehs have 'returned from a
two weeka* visit to Elberton, Ga.
Mrs.-B?salo Taylor 1B. at homo for
Mr. J. W. Campbell spent yester
i day in tho city.
Mr. J. M. Fingers ,bt Wllllamston
was among the visitors yesterday.
'-'=. Mr. Sd. McAllister of Pelter spent
^traHtajr lu Anderson;," y .
.;;-??r; Mi C. Conwe?l of Belton came
; ?S.*:: sad Mrs. Walter Massey ot
Pendleton . were among the visitors
; Messrs; . C. B. Smith of Peters
burg, Va., Xrthur Moor? .pt Newark;
-fi. S.,< abd W., M.: Cooper . of New
York were latbe'caty^ yesterday, call
ing on the jewelry trade.
-Much' .; greater ? ;.. r^rntf^iasy
! reallied from . strawberries lt
aro graded according to alee before
being , placed on tua market. The
uniformity large berrie? should con
stitute one grade,'.
?vMrries another, and the small toer
<*^a third. r-f?~,, _?? ?
Won Lost P. C.
At riverside 1; Equinox 0.
At Gluck 7; Orr 1.
At Chicago G; Brooklyn 8.
At St. Louis 1; New Y^rk 4.
At Ci nd ii ii ut i G; Bonton- 1.
At Pittsburgh : ; Philadelphia
At Philadelphia 0; Chicago ll.
4At Boston 3; St. Louis 1.
At New York 2; Detroit 1.
At Washington 13; Cleveland .1.
At Atlanta 5; Little Rock 3.
At New Orleans 6; Chattanooga 3.
At Mobile G; Nashville 2.
At Birmingham 4; Memphis 0.
At Birmingham 0; Memphis I.
(Second game seven innings by
At Jacksonville 0; Columbus 4.
At Columbia 0; Albany J.
At Charleston 0; Macon 7.
At Augusta 4; Montgomery 1.
At Atlanta: Georgia Tech 6; Geor
STANDING OF CLUBS
Won Lost P. C.
Orr.3 1 - 750
Equinox.*.. 2 2 ' ROO
Riverside.2 2 GOO
.Oluck.. .. .. 1 3 250
Won Lott Pct;
Augusta.10 12 013
Charleston..... . .19 13 GM
Jacksonville.. ., ..18 13 53$
Montgomery .. ....16 14 533
Columbia^. .. .. ..16 Iii 510
Albany..v* ..13 19 400
Columbus.. ;. '.. . .lj,.- lp 40*4 I
Macon_ .ll 2d- 353!
Won Lost P. C.
New Orleans.. .. ..23 9 719
Nashville..... ..22 ll GQ7
Atlanta......17 17 GOO
Birmingham.. .. ..17 18 186
Chattanooga.. .. ..16 18 471
Little Pock .. ....13 19, 400
Mobile... ..13 22 37<f
Memphis.12 : 20 : 375
American. ? .- .
Won Lost Pct,
Cleyoland.. .. _21 10 077
Washington.. . .19 ll 033
New York..14 12 5*8
Boston.... .... ..JA i IG 467
Detroit.... .. .. ...13 10 448
Philadelphia. . ? .. ..13 ?G 448)
Chicago... .. .. ..13 18 419
St. Louis.. .. ..ll 17 391
%Voh Lost P.C.
.Brooklyn.... .. ..15 9 625
Philadelphia.. ..'..13 .11 877
Boston.. ..13 ll ? 642
N?w Bork.. >. ... ..12 13 480
Cincinnati.. .. ....15 ~ 17 469
Chicago.. ..13 15 464
St. Louts.. .. .. .14 17 453
Pittsburgh.. .. ..?2 s 18?400
Local maretk 12;75.
New York Market.
- ?peh High Low Close
May ,. .. .. 13.Ot. 13:08 12.96 18,96
Joly.. .. . .13.19 13,?"1 13.06 13.0U
Oct .''.- .. ..13.25 18.26 13.10 13.11
Dec .. .13,89 13.38 13,25 13.11
.May-June, ....' .. ~>... .8.88' 8.41
July-Aag. . i, ?-?.. r.J.^-i?M::>;^im
oct-Nov.; ., ; ?8.028.04
Receipts, none. ';
Sales 5.000. ; .
USE TOBACCO LAND
TO GEOW KOBE FEE?
Tho vcr? dry weather threatens
seriously the tobacco crop- thia year,
ano" many farmer? are;'i wondering
'~fuM%? do ebont it. It it does not
raid in time to get the planta put
out, then tho next'best thing to do
f? to plant tato corn or hay cropa on
tho land prcpafed for tobago. With
the .very,,poor ..oat.'.erop this year,
the farra** will tfrtd lt bar? to make
his com last. A, good farmer should
not have to >oy feed, and he should
always havo a full crJb and ? rall
hay mow. By aj? mwia grow
enough feed tb keep the stock In
goba condition, for by losing the
tobacco ?ropw a; good money crop,
there will be very little cash wjth
'i*&mW?*WT- teed, Fot I- ttfarjnaf
Han on hay and forage crops write
to ; tko ' Clemson Extonslon division.
Tho modern way of .buying summer iUitmlahftrga Is'io choose tho
sort that.aro. equally adaptable to indoo?&rse ib winter. Wehavo
large and -complete stocks of such furnii-htnr.f1.ns well aa the low
er pric?d kinds that oro Btrlctlylfor out?rfor use.
It will be a pleasure'to sliow!you.'- >;' :
G. F. TOLLYm SON
Anderson, Sv C.
If purchased ?a^pj And Babb's wilt
: IK- much anprcciatcd by the recipient, not be
cause' you savi^sep?ethlng op the price-npt
.because our as:-rn-nan nt bf graduation gifts'
'-Is'la?'.uibre Hre?tor?rb?t'almply because our
naruo is-^onljf-asspclated with'the .best Jew
? elry made; ?
Wecso<?ci?^y. feature ??r line ot Bracelet
Watches?-among ?Uem ? Solid Gold .BraceteV
Watch, with'Elgin movement at $2W)0.
. We hayo cheaper ?Dijes.:,of. course, and hlghr.
or prices .ones-*r<i9"wqB%' aa . many other
Graduation Oift?vf^^bys and Girls.
' :: i * vfi-'Awv'-- . ' ? ' ' '
Nor tl-- Main 8treet Jewelers
At tho Sign cf the Big Wateli
Well, that's us. We've got
now the BEST STOGK^Alff)
MORE ?F IT than airy pf i ;
other guys. And that's 1
all, -ive have the best and quic^bst'
delivery system inihis man^
M kfaULER ,
It vrill UH the bega and not fajar?
the potato v?ne?V."' ?
Sohl on an absolute garantee br
aioney baek >r*j^e|r*r rein*
ble Rocera ?nS druggist*. .
?^?6?cfph^ ?ros ?ad Chemical Co.', We^bamtfer, S. CE. -
nm-Hd?wnwiw IIi?mnn?-?iw-iilam?n ?-wUiimnnimmiiiiinii IIIM-???rnirr