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title: 'The intelligencer. (Anderson, S.C.) 1915-1917, May 25, 1916, Page PAGE TWO, Image 2',
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MUTT AND jEi
ceHTAiNcv we WANT TO j
8?T TOTHC CHlf^?O V.
CONOec?TlON BOT v*ie'Rc
BR-OKC. IF OUGRCOATi, FOR
ELEPHANTS ueee s* UJC
COULPN'T BuV A PAIR OF /
?.G66INS FOR A
s--"^\Hur^nuNG Biijo J
Want Ad Rates
15 words for 26o.
- 1 cent psr word each Insertion
for more than 25 words.
Three. iosertlons ot the Bama ad
on consecutivo dar** for the prlco
of two Insertions, If paid In ad?
No'ad less than 85 conte.
.j , ' " ..
WANTED-By a lady, room eua
'.board tri private family, ctore m
?Reference exchanged. Address
"C," caro The" Intelligencer.
WANTED YOU TO KNOW-Thot I
have Just received 30 paire Diamond
Tires and windell'at theso prices;
. Diamond Puncture . proof, 92,25.
I The Diamond Balley Non-Si:id,
fg 11.76; Diamond 400 Camden, $l.f
" . Diamond i?30, $1.10;-Hunter, $1.40;
The Ironclad Bateup, $2.00; Agenta
Bmlih'? Motor Wheel. J. L. B^i
Jones, 103. MoDufTie street.
FOR SALE-Oats, hoy.. Corno dry
and Bwcot feed. Como hen omi I
. chick feed, cotton , soed meal and]
HntlosB ?bulle, whol?salo and re-j
tall ; f?'<?>ck on hand at all. timbs.
300 bushels Lookout - Mountain seed
I ri ?b potatoes and '400,000 Naneh
Hall and Cawtawba" yam' potato
elips-pur own .bodd^ig-at $l.f?0
per thousand. Martin Coal &
von BALE-U few hundred bushels |
select reclcshed and graded Fulghum
Seed Oats sixty eight conta buahol
.?worth moro for ' feed purpose
Furmsa Bmlt,h, Beedsinan, Phono
BRUNO? your meal, hull and grain
sackB to us and get tho-cash for
' them. Farmers Oil. Mill, J. Tom
HAVE you; a keep , kool suit mado to
your moaauro. From, tho latest pat
terns ot wool orasti.. Palm Beach,
drey pencil stn pos, worsteds and
Mohair suitings, for $10.00 at Bolla
-,'iT?toftag'C*.;-107 Vf. Earle St.
makes your last; : sea-:
son's straw, as; bright
and\hatty as ever. .
Enough for i hats,
i oe. ?
Eno?j|h:for/ hats; . |
?Tfe? REXALL S?orV*
J. A. Ml'LLINAX starts hi? clothing
1 sale today. All mado to flt-no ft! no
pay. If you don't believe tho prlco
I? right go seo. 'Nothing but ii n.t.
ela; s roon tailors. Trices right,
conto and sec. J. A. Mulilnax, 120
West Henson street.
WT) ARB now dandling some fine
stall fed cattle and selling tho very
best steak that money cnn buy for
20c per lb. Plenty of veal and
mutton at market prlco. Chicken's
dressed and alive as cheap asr you
csa buy thom In tho country. Also
plenty o* fish any day in the week.
Your trade will bo appreciated.
Give us a trial. Phono 75", Dob
bins' market, opposite Tolly's.
FISH, FISH, FISH!-The doctor
tolls me that good fish is tho best
meat to eat In spring and summer.
Wo have for this week-r-dally
fino Trout, Spanish Mackerel. Rod
Fin . Croakers, Pop Eyed Mullo td.
: BnsB, Pike and fish to suit your
i ta)?tc-wholesale and retail. Wc
koop, plenty of fine pork-and beef,
native raised. Call 202 or cor?*
tu 207 East Whltnor street and
I see ' George Sanders; be Will* be
; glad to soe you. W. J. Mancas,
i the Seafood Man.
r ? ; . ,. ? . ? i. .
AUTO N; SPRINGS-Wo . ' make Ajato
[ Springs' or make' now leaves and
: .put la "placo of/.broken ones-can
1 do lt promptly too. Poul E.
; St?phpns. . , '
DR. SMALL haa. loft his Komfort
8houidcr Brace and IC. H. Abdom
' loni ?Pelvic Suporta with Dr. Carter,
EASY-Make life's walk easy by hav
ing us repair your - shoes. We are
not-only propared to do first class
- work on short notice, but wo meet
any legitimate competition when lt
A comes to prices. Honest work and j
best matcriais alwayn. G. E. McKee
& Son, 138 .East . Whitner atxeet,
' opposite Tolly'a,
BREAKFAST BA?SAQ&r-The de
I mand (or our all. pork eansf^ 'ls
; keeping us very busy. They i"?e?y
aro tho highest grade on the mar
ket Made from, fresh pork carefully
Milocted "and seasoned with Just
enough freah ground herbs and
pure spices to glvo that, very tin
?usual and delicious flavor dtstlnc
. 'tl v?dy: Lindsay's. Phoneyour order
to 694, The Lily White Market, J.
N. LindLuy, Proprietor.
QUICK WORK-'Phone 622 for door-1
: gia Garage for quick work. Ooo
expect on Fords, and ono cs port on
all, O?KJT cara and motorcycles.
Ko. 108 Benth McDuffle street. Op.
J. L. E. Jones Olcyclo Shop.
.' ..*;?.'.'. " ? . "? ; ? . . '. '"*:.*~"11. VJ.
SLABS-For a short timo I can supply
yon with good, clear, thick low
country clubs at 13.60 per cord, de
livered. 1 will also appreciate your
orders for cotton seed meal and
hulls. B, N. Wyatt, Thon? 182.
WALL PAPER-If lt la wai!..paps*
. yon ?re looking for. we have it. A
large .?tock going ot 25 per cent.
below eba*., Phone 48, Guest Paint
. ?ompany. :
T-1 .'if-.?- . ''.
FROM ? Ai M., TO 10 P. M.-Buy
your Gasolins and ' Motor ORs from
II. A. Caudle, tho ono arm caa man
,on th? corner next to Owl Drug Co.
:JKc will appreciate your business
and alway? gires the utmost In
varna. H. A. Caudle.
V- ? ' ? ' ?-'- . ; .
DHVOE's PAINT-^hW old ?U?4 b*
the oldest paint taakera in America
/ and the best, paint wlt&foVoeV
.;. fewer gaiionp, wt^loni^Sw. h.
Brisoey Lumber Co.
Pig Ali ?v?a
\ f WHEN A Tf?Atf\l
fcf RUNS OOeR ANY
' PACT OF A HUMAN
BEING, Yue RAILROAD
MUST PAY PAM AC CS
MONEY TO LOAN-On both town an?
farm property, from both local and
out of own sources. Jno. K. Hood,
I PREPAREDNESS ls the order oj thc
day now, while the Piro Insuranco
Companion aro withdrawing ' from
tho elate la tho time for you to have
your house, barn, or out-building
protected with a Burrito Metal
Shingle Roof.. Of course the Initial
cost is Just a trifle more than wood
ahlnglos, but In the long run they
are much cheaper and they are a
tremendous protection against fire.
Drop in and lot us chow you. No I
trouble nor obligation on your part
whatever. Respectfully, Jno. T. |
BurrlsB & Son.
ChUholm, Trowbridge & Su?fts
New Theatre BoOdsoe
j Vf* Whitaer Siv:
Dr. Wade H. Sherard
DENTIST v H
413 FourSb Floor EUeckley ?\?%.
for FORD Oore
HaB capacity of seven
. passengers. * High grade
material. Neat appearance.
Reasonable prices. We also |
make commercial bodies
and jitneys to fit any make
car. Writefor illustrations
Tiie Rock Hill Buggy Co.?
. Rock HUifS.C +
^ $ $
A dollar down-A dol
lar a week or pay-dny.
That/a the ?< Simplified
Savings System way. On
ly, you can~-pay ', In any
amount from 10c up each
week or pay day. .
Your money boara inter
est compound quarterly.
Yours when you - need lt,
Every man should Join tho
Start ' any '' tlma-^Mtf^
plc to in fifty payments.
Thc Strongest Bank
in the County.
?ii?e? ?eff ti
lArS YO D?
ts TTIfs C
FURTHER MORG TMc
RAILROAD TRIES TO
SETTLG TH? CCAi/^X A?
f* ^O'CKLV AS POS5I81C,
^4 FACT A GOW IN T>GN<
GOT HIS TOE CUT OFF
A TRAIN A?O THfJV GA'
250. AT OM ce
' At Chicago 5; Philadelphia e~.
At Pittsburgh 2; Brooklyn
"Av Jlncinnati 1; New York 6.
At St. Louis 5; Uoston 4.
At Washington;- ll ; Chicago 4.
At Uoston 4; Detroit 0.
At Philadelphia I; Clovcland 5.
At Nov/ York 10; St. Louis 1.
At Atlanta??; Nashville 0.
At Atlanta 0; Nashville 1. (Second
game 7 Innings bv agreement.)
, At Mobile 3; . Little Rock 2.
j SOUTH ATLANTIC
. } At Montgomery \ 12;. Jacksouuvillo j
Iii (Tcp innings. )
j At Albany 6; Charleston 7.
. ' At Macon 2; Columbia 3.
-At" Macon 10; Columbia 3.. (Second !
.7 Innings by agreements)
At Columbus .1; Augusta 2.
At Columbus 3; Augusta 2. (Sec
ond 7 innings by agreement'.
Ycnizclos' Declares; Army Is Kio! Fit j
to Take the Field.
(Athens Dispatch to Now, York Sun.)
Former Premier Vpnlzelos h?B I
contributed an article-to? The Athens
Herald in which he points out what
he considers tho mistakes mado by |
the Greek government; '
He condemns the "blustering meth
ods" of Premier SkouJoudie andi
states that the. army? which ho says
bas worn out uniforms and boots'as
well as part of tho equlpmont fur
nished at tho mobilization,: could, not
lako tho ?old within less than Ut.o
mon l i is and then only if the entonto
powers undettook" tb .furnish' the
necessary "equipment. Tho . tusk of
feeding tho, army,'he says, ls becc-nv:
lng, dally more problematical! Tho I
formor premier hjlnts that ' Greece is I
on the vorge of ban\kruptoyVand says:
"Whllo there ls '.only one road to I
salvation, it is precisely that which j
wo will not follow. '."
. The article makes a strong bid for j
closer relations between Greece arid j
the allies ^beforo U is too late."
For the Hot Synwaer ?bys try
our Icy Hot Bottle. Owl Drug
ASE TOR and GET
Xhasf sabetttatss ^ YOP M^prtoa.
Foot the BiD
STANDING OF CLUBS
Bou th Atlantic.
Won Lo?jt Pct.
Charleston.., .. ..21' 14 600
Augusta. ..20 14 588
Montgomery.19 15 559
Jacksonville.19 16 54.1
Columbia.18 16 529
ColumbuB.. .......15 20 429
Albany......14 21 400
Macon....12 22 383
Birmingham.. .... 18
Little Rock .. .. ..15
- !? ... Wen
Now York.. .15
Cost?n. .. . .16
Detroit.'... .. ,. ..13
Philadelphia ... . ..13
St. Louis.. .... ..12
Won .Lost P.C.
Brooklyn;. .. ..17 ' 9 .65*
Phlladolphia.. .. ..18 12 600
Hoy ton... ..15 13 530
New York...15 13 .' 530
Chicago....14 16 467
St. Louts.. /. .. ..16 19 > 458
Cincinnati..- .. ....15 - 20 425
Pittsburgh.. _12 20 375
I will pay:- .
For clean mixed rags Il.OO:
For clean dry bones 5oc per
. For mixed iron 20c per
Good prices for rubber and
Manning Street, Near Blue Rldgo
lee Co. '?'
. Phono 671.
To cook with in .the most
convenient fuel ft ..? b e
had!. ' y
?nd it is tho ^cheaper*
too wfa?n tb? kati bli *>$ fchoaghl
rad* attention & given it
Try it for awhile and
I?*??'! fib* ??. There. ar? nsft?y
gas fe Aader*
It** jufit the ihing io
beal the bat?s roon* ?r?k '
-:- -:- By BUD FISHER
Otp Voo? N ??
TCAC* AND, >
Tho modern way of buying summer furnishings ie to ch-LAV tho
sort that aro equally adaptable to. indoor use in winter. We h?ve
largo and.complete stocks of such furnishings, as well no tho low
er priced klnd.sthat are strictly for outdoor use, - ?..
It wlll-bo a pleasure to show you.
G. F. TOLLY & SON
/ Anderson, S. C.
A Graduation Gift
of Jewelry 4
. ; If purchased at Marchbahk.and Babb'B wrVu *
be much appreciated by the recipient, not be- . '
cause you Save' something on the price-not.
because;oiiv assortment of graduation., gifts
is far more groat;',' r-but him ply because our,
nemo is only-associated with the best Jew- .
elry made.; . ." :
. .. Wo especially feature our line of Bracelet
Watches, amortg thom a! Solid Gold Bracelet
Watch, with' Blg|U movement at 925J0?.
We havo chea pc?, on es, p? course, and high
er. pricoB ones-as well' aa many other'
G md nation Gifts for Boys and Girls.
North Hain Street Jewelers
At tho Sign of the Big Watch
Well, /that's us. We've got /
now the BEST STOCK, AND
MORE OF IT than any of tfc?,:
other guys; And that'sribr,
all, we haye the best and Quickest
i* delivery system in this man'st?vvn
W. L. BRISSEY, LUMBER
rf^PBfrk We are the largest buyers of
?mW la ' *ires m Upper Carolina and
jaSSm ra take advantage of all cash
flffl 'H B discounts. In this way v/e
f? ? J? ?;can give you better values
li for the least money.
T^P^ 3>5G0 MILES
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