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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 JE
CERTAINLY WC WAINT To J
?CT TO THC CHICAGO I
CoNvieriTioiN POT we'Re
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COUCPW'T BUY A PAIR OP j
tGGGINS FOR A
Want Ad Rates
BB words for 26e.
1 cent per word each Insertion
for snore than 25 words.
Three Insertions of the same ad
on consecntlve days for the prico
ot tw? Insertions, if paid in ad
No ad lesa than 35 cent*.
WANTflD-By. a Indy, roora aud
board In, private family, close in
Reference . exchnuged. Add|ross
"P." caro Tile' Intelligencer.
WANTED YOU TO KNOW-That I
llave Jast:received 30 pairs Diamond
Tiree and will sell at those prices;
Diamond Puncture proof, $2,25.
The Dlimodd B&lloy Non-Skid,
51.75; Diamond 400 Camdon,
Diamond 1030, $1.10; Hunter, 91.40;
The Ironclad flareup," $2.00. Agent?
Smith's Motor Wheel. J. L. E..
Jones. 103 McDufTlo street.
FOR 8ALE-Oata, hay, Como dry
and Bitnet feed, Corno hon and
chick feed,'cotton seed, meal ami
Hnltcas;';hillls, wholesale ami ic
' tall; Stock on' hand at oil times.
300 bushels Lookout; Mountain seed
Irish potatoes and 400,000 vNancb
Hall and'CawtRWba yam- potato
slips-our own bedding-at $1.60
per thousand. Martin Coal &
FOR SALE-A few hundred bushels
' selcC?-1eclo?ncd and'graded Fulehum
Seed Oats sixty eight cents bushel
.?-wnrth/ moro for feed purpose
Furamh Smith, Seedsman, Phono
? ?.? :v ?'. ? "-? .. ' ?>
BR1NO your meal, hull and grain
s?eks to ?B and got tho cash .for
thom. Farmers Oil Mill, J. Tom
i M"?'gcr- : i_
HAVE you a keep kool suit made to
. your measure/ From tho latest pat
terns et wool* crash. Palm, Beach.
; Grey pencil stripes, worsteds''and
Mohair suitings, for (10.00 at Balla
Tailoring Co., 107 W. Earle Sh
tnakes your lit?t . sea
son's straw, as bright
and natty as ever.
Enough tor 2 hats,
? IOC. ' '
Enough for 8 hats,
FF-Seems as 1
TOM RAILROAD FAR? j
ll* EASV TO 6GT. If/-?
FOB evAMPce THK 'll vJeu. WHAT
. HuMAfV TOGS MA il ?p ,T ?
f\ CONPiMeO Inf snots Y
i j THAf sc?c(v<:c I ^
j 5W?v^S THAT nt>Es[ f V" H
i/ASC fv'Gw UbELtSO ; "
^^^^^^ ! ? ^ \ *
- ? Witta
J. A. MULL1NAX starla his clothing
Halo today. All mado to flt-no ftl nh
1'uy. If you don't bel levo tho price
1? right Ro seo. Nothing but iirst
class mon tai toro. Prices right,
como and sec. J. A. Mulllnax. 126
Weat Benson Btreot.
WiB ARE now. dandling somo fino
stall fed cattle and selling the v?;y
bcBt steak that money can "buy for
L'Oc por lb. Plenty of veal and
mutton at market price. Chicken's
dressed and alive: as cheap as you
can buy them in tho country. AIBO
plenty o% fish any day In the week.
Your trado will he appreciated,
alvo ?B a trial. Phono 755, Dob
bins' markot, opposlto Tolly's.
PISH, PISH,1 PISH!-Tho doctor
tells mo that good fish is tho host
meat to.cat In spring and Bummer.
Wo havo for thia weok-dally
fine Trout, Spanish Mackerel, Rod
Pin . Croakers, Pop Eyed Mulleta,
j Bass, Pike and ' tlBh to suit your
. taste-?wholesalo and rotall-. We
keep plenty of tine pork and beef,
native raised. Call' 202 or come
' to 207 East Wbltnor street and
seo (Jnor?o Sanders; . ho will; bo
' glad to see you. W. J. ManosR,
; the Seafood Man. ~
AUTO ? ^SPRINGS-Wo mako Auto
, Springs or make', new leaves and
put in placo of broken ones-can
j .do U promptly too. Paul E.
DR. SMALL has loft Iiis Komfort
, Shoulder. Brace and K. B. Abdom
inal Pelvic Suporta with Dr. Carter,
EASY-Make life's walk easy by h?v
Icg ns repair, jour shoes. Wo aro
not only prepared to.do first class
work on short m.'See, but we meei
any legitimate competition when lt
comes to prices. Honest work. and
best materials;always. G. E. McKco
p & Son, 132 EaBt Wbitnor street,
BREAKFAST 8AUSAGB-^The de
mand for our sir pork sausage ls
keeping ns very.' busy. They suroly
are tho* highest grade on the mar
ket. Made from fresh pork carefully
sol coted and seasoned' with Just
enough fresh ground herbs and
pure i spices to give that very un
usual and' delicious flavor distinc
tively Lindsay's. Phone your order
to 604, The Lily White Market J.
N. ? Lindsay, Propriator,
[QUICK WORK-'Phone 628 for Geor
gia Garage for quick work: One
expert on Pofds, cad ono expert do,
all other cara oed motorcycles.
No. 10a South Mc Du filo street. Op.
J. L. E. Jones nicyclo Shop.
j bl? A UK-For a short, time 5 can earthly
you with good, clear, thick "low
country slabs at $3.?6 ?er cord, de
livered. I will also appreciate your
orders for cotton seed meal and
hulls. Ei, N. Wyatt, 'Phone 182.
WALL PAPER-if It ls -wall pape?
you aro Jooklrg tor, sro have it. A
. large stock going at 26 per cent,
below coet.,?a?htmo 48; Guest Paint
Ccmpany. ' '
FROM 7 A. M., TO 10 JP. Mv-?ay
your Gasoline and ??tor Oils from.
Hi A* Caudle, the one ana sr? man Y
on tile corner next to Owl Drug co. ?
He will appreciate your fftsiaoBs
and always tires the utmost *"
value. H. A. Caudle.
DEVOE's PAINT-TrtO old etand by,
the oldest palni makers in America
and tho best. Paint with DeVoe's,
f* gallons?, wears longer. W. L.
Brli r Lamber Co .
to sae If jes
I buy and sell
^? other dealer t?
^ section of tbs state. AU hide?
(sought by me aro shipped witts ah
hides and command better
ttricea, therefore I can and d? pay
beto *rte*?. Bring them to Wltti
,?nr?> Cerner, ? Henderson.
Chough Mutt V
'MONEY TO LOAN-On both town and
farm property, from both local and
out of town uourceB. Jno. K. Hood,
PREPAREDNESS 1B the order of the
day now, while tho Firo Insurance
Companion aro withdrawing from
tho stato in tho timo for you to have
your lionise, barn, or out-building
c-otcctcd with a Burris? Metal
Shingle Roof. Of course the initial
cost is just a trifle moro than wood
shingles,-but in the long run they
aro much cheaper and they aro a
tremendous protection against fire.
Drop in and let us show you. No|
trouble nor obligation on your psrt?
whatever. Respectfully, Jno. T.
Burriso &.Son. v
Chrjholm, Trowbridge & Sogga
New Theatre Building
j I I VVhitoer H
Dr, Wade H. Sherard
?13. Foorth Floor Blecldcy Bldg.
. *Iotephoaa ait
, Jitney Bodtos
for FORD Gatrs
Has capacity of seven
passengers. High grade
material. Neat appearance.
Reasonable prices. We also
make commercial "bodies
and jitneys to fife any make
car. Write for illustrations
The Rock Hill Buggy Co*
. Rock Hill, S.C #
$. $ $ ? $
ti www II'
A* dollar down-A'. dol
lar a weok or pay day.
That* tho Simplified
Savings System way. Oh
ly you Can-pay .ia any
amount from 10c up each
week or pay day. .
Your money bo*n inter
est oonipoucd quay ter ly.
?iViOars -.1 rheo you need it
Every mian should Join the
-Club,.' \-'\'\ k;:^tW??
. : '. Start any time- Com
plete tu. Arty payments. I
Bank of h&km
Thc Strongest Bani
in the Courttyi
I CAN'T \
HAS TO DO
j POR-THGR nORe THC"
RAtLROA? TRIES TO
J SETTtC THE CtAiMAS
IN FACT A GUV IN DEN?
GOT HIS Toe COT OE F B>
ATSAifV AN D THEV GA\
H!iv\?2$0. AT O?NJCE:.
At Chicago 5; Philadelphia G.
At Pittsburgh 2; Brooklyn
At Cincinnati 1; New York 6.
At'St. LOUIB 5; Boston 4.
At Washington? 1; Chicago 4..'
At BoBton 4; Detroit 0.
At Philadelphia 4; Cleveland 5.
At New York JO; St. Louis 1.
At Atlanta id; Nashville 0.
At Atlanta 0; Nashville 1. (Second
game 7 innings by-agreement.)
jj At Birmingham 5j Chattanooga ai
?N*C New Orl?an*?^H6ifipTilB^^ ?*
1 At Mobile 3; Little Rock 2.
! V SOUTH ATLANTIC
!.;./ ?' \ -j?a.'f M" *
*At Montgomery?) 12? : JackKonuville
jil. (Ton Innings.)
At Albany 6; Charleston 7. . .
? At Macon 2; Columbia 3.
At Macon 10; Columbia I!. (.Second
7 Innings by agreement.)
At Columbus 3; Augusta 2.
At Columbus. 3; Augusta 2. (Sec
ond 7 innings by agreement.
Yenizelos Declarer. Army is Sot : Fit
to-Take the Field.
(Athens Dispatch to New, York.Sun.)
Former Premier * Vonizolos has
contributed an article to Tho Athena
Herald in which he points out what
he consldors the mistakes made by
the Greek government; -
He condemns tho ^blustering meth
ods" of Premier'Skoujoudle . and
B tates that the army, ; which .ho says
has worn out uniforms and boots as
well as part of the; equipment fur
nished ot tho mobilization, could hot
take the fiold within loss than two
months and then oniy if the entente
powers, undertook' .uv .. furnish tho
necessary equipment. Tho taskv bf
feeding tho army, he says, is becom
ing, daily moro problematical! Tho
former'''pr?mier' hin? that" Qvecce Is
on the vorgo of bankruptcy end trays:
"While thoro is only-one road to
salvation, it Is precisely that which
we will not follow." r
The article mak?s a strong bid for
closer relations between Greece and
the allies "before it ts too late."
For the Hot Sommer days- try
our lev Hoi Bottle- Os?! D?i~
ASK TOR and GET
v THE 0!
3P wme pttca.
CORN' ^?^ '
B. F. J0?0N
N?\J Y?O H
TOG ON THC -
WWGTJ THC SO*
SHOOTS BY IV
YCUR Toe. sae
TOO DON'T weei
STANDING OF CLUBS
Montgomery.. .. ..19
NsrshvfU'lo. ; .23
Little Rock ..' .. :.15
Memphis... .. .12
Cleveland..... .. ..22 12
Washington.. .. .'.21
New York.. .. ....15
Won Lost P.C.
Brooklyn...17 9 6.rn
Philadelphia.. .. ..18 12 -600
Boston....15 13 63?
.tow York.: .. .. ..15 13 536
Chicago... .. .. ..14 16 467
3t, Louis...16 19 458
cincinnati.. ..-15 20 429
Pittsburgh.. ..' -12 20 . ' 376
I will pay:
For clean mixed rags Bi.00
For clean dry bones 50c per
For mixed Iron 20c per
Good prices for rubber and
Manning Street, Near Bluo Ridge
Pp cook with is tito <uost
;onvenien* fuel io b s
tad. "". .,.v,,;;.\\-\
And it ls the cheaper,1
00 witea tho Beast Mt o? &o??
as? aUest?oa'fe given? st,
fry it f?r awhile, aaa
oa Uko it T3s?r? ?te sa?ay
osen of s*? 4a ',. ?xa?sr
lit*?, just tho
mel tfeft bA& Poem wltk
-,r-n- ? ???m II ?? p II . ll nm? ll KlD
(NCC SHOUiS I . - . >. i,
> TOES, THEN M ft I
PWr\c ^^^^ ^' ^ ^ ^ ^: g ^^^^
The modern way of buying summer .furnishings Is to chooso the
sort that are equally adaptable to indoor* uso io winter^ Wc haye ..'
large and completo stocks of stich furnishings, as well a j the low- .
cr-priced kinds that aro strictly for outdoor use. ; , V ;
It will 'bo a pleasuro to show. you. ,
Anderson, S: C. *'
A Graduation Gift
. * ? V- .' ??- . ? ':;'iyk~~
It purchased at Marchbank and Babb's will
be muelii appreciated by/tj?i r?cipient, not be
cause you ;save something' on the price-not ??]
because our. assortment o? graduation gifts ?
is far more^gr?at^r^biit simply because bur
name is on! y associated with thc best jew- ;f ?
elry made. ; '..-' ':-y
. . V.'o especially feature our Uno of Bracelec
WatchOB, among, them a Solid Gold Bracelet
Watch, with Elgin movement at V
'. We have choaper/onesj of course, and high- !
er, prices ones-as' well-'"as many other '.-.
Graduation Gifts for Hoys apd Girls.
MARCHE ANK& & ?AB?
Ho rib Mala Street jewelers , ' . ' At the Sign of tho BigWatch
Well, that's tis. We've, got
riow the BEST STOCK, ?S?'
MORE OF IT thaiji any of .tlie
otl. ?X g?i[s. And that's M6t
all, we have the b??t and qilicjkest J
delivery s^s^m^in this man's town
W. L. IA7?v?B?fe G?.
We are the largest buyers' of
tires in Upper C&ro?hi?i and
take advantage of all cash
discounts. !n this way we
can give you better values
for the least money,
in n wnyr/i )|tii,yi?W>,iif i tat??**?