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\POB SALE-A goad, form horso for
$85 cash or good note until fall,
with Interest at six per cont. Will
^^iii . work at wagon or , plow, and so
far on wo know, anywhore else,
Andorson Phosphate and Oil Co.
AUTOMOBILE POR SALE OR TRADE
-I have on hand several tIrate lass
Slightly/used automobiles in gqbd
running order which I wlR Bell at
bargain priceo or trade for horses
and mules. I have a. good milch
cow for sale. J, S. Fowler.
FOR SALE OR RENT--Two five
Imfwm cottages.. Address 638 North
. Fant Street.
FOR SALE--Outs, hay. Corno dry I
and nwoot feod, Corno hon and
.. chick feed, relton seed meal and |
., Hatless bulls, wholesale an?t re
tail. Stock on band at all times.
' '-SOO bushels.'LookoutMountain seod'
' Irish r-otatcos aud 400,000 Natich
Hull and Cawtawba yam potato'
Blips-oar/own bedding-at fl. CO
per . thoucandr Martin Coal &
W?NTEBr-Experienced saleslady^ one
- who amlerBtands olteratlons. Steady
position to right lady. Apply to
F. fi'A. Clothing Company, 124
Weat Whither street.
WANTED-A good Hyo rann to ropre
- Bent us in Anderson and adjoining
counties In Helling monumental
and cemetery work, - A good prop?
o'-'tion for tho right man. Address
Owen Bros. Marble and Granite
Co., Orien wood, S.C,
Our cttiire stock ot ,v Tooth -
Brush?? I? mado np orinater.
ia! that wo do net ne?f?jpbgft
^erantes.V;1 In addition to .this,
j we .'c*?jfs flt. your -mouth.
? - Come in at once and get ??e
of these brashes-then you will
1?. JMiitt rnmnc
* R*5?W fi"* COLONA l Vi
FOR RENT-304 North Main street,
eight largo rooms, -kitchen and bath.
?Good location for lodging and
hoarding house. If interested seo
Mr. W; C. Broad well, or 'phone
me at night. M. W. Sloan, Phono
IP YOU WANT YOUR ?R7IT MADE
AT HOME, or in Baltimore-and
made to tit you, see J. A. Mulli
na X, 120 to IL'LI West Benson street,
oposite Davis Brothers.
YOU WANT TO SAVE-And you In
variably want the beBt. You caa
' get the best hore every time and at
a saving. Seo me for bicycles
and accessories ot all kinds, and
: if,you Intend purchasing a bicycle
. any tim? soon seo mo now, J A
rood Block of Pope and Iver john
son whoels on hand at prices, t^at
we will not bo able to duplicato
later. J. L. E. Jones, 103 Mc
Di!iiio Street. "
AUTO CUSHIONS-We repair Auto
Cushions, and put in .new springs
when necessary. Paul E. Stephens,
PAINTS, WALL PAPER-We aro
closing . out our stock ot paint**
wall paper, etc., and can savo you
25-per neut on most anything In
our line. Phone 48, Ouest Paint
co. ' ; . , . I
REMOVAL NOTICE-I have moved
froni my old stand over Kay'a store
to east Benson street^ oyer Robin
son Brothers grocery store next, io
Peoples Bank. I am bettor pre
pared bere to do your work prompt
ly. Palm Beach and Kool Kio th
suits a specialty with rae. J. C.
ThomaB, "the old .cqjlablo^'
T-~-~*-~- , ' ,
SLABS-For a short time I can supply
you with good, clear, thick, low
country slabs at $3.50 per cord, de
livered, i will also appreciate your
o rd o ra for cotton freed meal and
hulls. - B. N. Wyatt; Thone 182.
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AUTO SPRINGS-Wo make Auto
Springs or make new leaves and
. put ia placo of broken ones-can
: do ; it promptly too, Paul . E.
-,--? <'.:.].>.* . . /
HAVE you a keop, kool suit made to
vour measure. From the latest pat
Urns of wool, craah, Palm Beach.
Urey pencil stripes, worsteds and
Mohair suitings, tor $10.00 at Salla
. Tailoring Cb.k ,107 W. Earle, Bt :
WE. ARB bow 'handling como fin?
stall fed cattle and soiling Ute very
best steak that money can buy for
20e per lb. Plenty ot.veal and
mutton ot market price. Chicken's
; dr^s^u and alive ?B -cheap aft you
can buy them 'lu .the. country. Also
plenty ot fish any day in. the week,
. Your trade will be appreciated.
'it Olva us a tr lat; Phono 755,- -Dob-;
bins* market. Opposite Ally's.
HIDBS-Brins thors to ' ste. if you
;v-"i(rabt < beat pri?e?. ? buy and sell
more hides than any other dealer in
thia .section of the stated All hi?**
bought by mo ar* 8&tp>e4 with bbt
hateir. hides and coaimsnd -better
prices, therefore I eau and do pay
better pries?. Bring thom to Wlill
ford"* .Coraer, .fc-^ffsp^
?SH. . SM8M? yy>Hf-The ~doetor
I PROM 7 A. M;, TO 10 P. M.-Buy
your Gnoolloo and Motor Oils from
II. A. Caudle, tba one arm gas roan
on thu corner next to Owl Drug Co.
He will appreciate your business
and always gives tho utmost . In
value. H. A. Caudle.
DEVOE'8 PAINT-T-The old atand by,
ibo oldest paint makers in America
and the best. Paint with DeVoe's,
! fewer gallons, wears longer. W. L.
Brlssey Lumber ?o.
BREAKFAST BAU8AOB~-The de
1 mend for our ell pork sausago ls
keeping us very busy. They surely
are the highest grade on the mar
ket. M"A? from fresh pork carefully
selected ind seasoned with Just
enough fresh ground herbs and
pure spices te* give that very un
usual and delicious flavor distrae
tlvely Lindsay's. Phone your order
to 69?, The Lily White Market J.
N. Lindsay. Proprietor.
PREPAREDNESS in the order of the
day now,- while the Fire Insurance
Companies are withdrawing from
Ute. state ts the time for you to have
your house, barn, or out-building
protected with a Burriss .Metal
. Shingle Roof, Ot course .tha' lqitial
cost ia j?Bt a tritio more than ,wocd
shingles, but in the long run they,
are much cheaper and they aro a
tremendous protection against fire.
, Drop In and let us show you. . No
troublo nor obligation on your part
?whatever. Respectfully, Jno. T;
Burriss & Son.
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STOCKHOLDERS MEETING '
- The annual meeting of tho cte
holders ot the Peoples Oil and For
Ul?K?r'Co., will be held at the office,
of tim company at .Anderson. B. C.. on
Tuesday^ June 13, 1916; ot ll' o'clock
a. in. A full attendance, is dc?irod.
;: r L. N. GEER, President
J. B. FARMER. Secretary.
Citation For Letters of Administration !
Whereas,.G. M. : Banister mud? suit
to mo to grant ' him letters - Ot ad
ministration of tho estate and effects
of Mrs. Emily. Banister deceased. '
Those ?rc therefore to site and ad
monish, ail and singular the kindred
and creditors of tho said Mrs. Emily
Banister,. deceased, that thoy may ap
pear before me in the Court of Pro- i
bato, to bo hold at Andrscu, C. H..
8. C.. on the 26th day of Juno. 1916,
to show eau no, if any, why said ad
ministration should not be granted.
W. P. NICHOLSON.
Judge of Probate. I
^tjane 9,1916. * W
j $ $ $ $ j
A dollar ? dowa~-A dol
lar a week br pay day.
That^a U?e Slmplliiod
Savings System way. On-J
ly you 1 can-pity ta" any
amount from iOc up each
weak or .'pay day. '..
Your mqnoy bears I uter
us* compound quarterly.
?-TO??r?vwheu you noed IL
Every man should Join the
vc j :Shirt ; ; * aajr: : t|a4i-^pRS'
I plete lb tltf' -paymtots.
Bank of As?ers?K
The Strongest O'?ft?r
? ia the Counts :
^ AJKj?T SO
U/AtT?Nt TI-VO HOURS j
To see HIN\
^ wrns*\ r?46-oAP. lil
Mi. TLu SYicx.
FLIRTS IN SHADOW
OF DEATH CHAIR
Puzzled Wh3n Charms
Fail IQ Courtroom.
HIS EGOTISM IS REVEALED.
"Gho Wouldn't Look at Me," [lc Com
. plaina to Alienist-Slayer by Poison
of -. Parents-?nilf^ 8ays ,THit He
Nsyer Loved Yoting Wife, Heiress to
". Po ri uti e.
A brand new record tn flirtation bas
been made. Dr. Arthur Warreu Waite
bas broken the old .ono and establish-'
?d the hew-making eyes In tho shad
ow of the electric.chair-hi the court
room In New York'where be was on
trial for bia lifo. ; 1 . . -,
The cnial^I?y?uu^ttife.^hoso pajr
enta : bo : poisoned: '.broken I hearted |
father and brothers and-the studio ;
dove whom bo "thought moro of than
kit the Pecks and Waites put togetb-1
er" were nil in tho toon with bim. It j
Would bot bnvo been strange If his
good. looUltig-iiead ; liad been bowed
with shame: But l? wasn't bowed. It
?was slightly, raised^ and there was a
bright and mteresteibtileatp tn bis frank
olue eyes; Arthur Warreu Waite,
chaperoned by Judge, and jurors., his
fafo lu their bauds, was doing his be9t
to Uttract the attention of a pretty girL
'?'<"8he,^wo?ldn't look at oe," bo coni
nlaincd to the alienist, who told of tho
little affair upon the stand. Arthur
Warren Waite was astounded. Appar
ently be could HOC no reason .why his
charms should fail 1dm for tho first
time, there. In tho prisoner's chair.
. "I never could huve' believed be.was
Interested In any other woman,"'his
y,ouns wife bad said.
In the corner whore she sat listen
ing so calmly and grimly, leaning a
little forward in her chair, ber small
bands','folded, elura Louise Peck, os j
she now. desires to be called, learned
how. far misplaced her. faith had been, j
Her slayer-husband and the alienist !
to whbm. be had told; bl* story beth
said he had never loved her for a mo
Didn't Love Hie Parents,
.'When t got rid bf her I meant to
get n.beautiful wife,"1 that.'supreme
egoist bad explained. "Shu was hot
my equal.in anything. Sha waa not
beautiful nor talented. - fine was just
aa ordinary quiet girl."
I He did not know bow to love. All
cao, entirely soldsb. bo admitted that
he felt emotion for no human, being,
this etraugoly scittqry toan la the pris
oner's'; chair. *'l dldtt't feet anything
fer1 my parents," he. said.' '. "t know I
; ought to,love- them, because, they ,were
good to. toe.'' Mrs. ^Horton'(bia studio
companion!-oh, rm.-afraid ? that was
only ? temporary maifert Lifo is only
a hollow, misera blo;?h?l?' .
Ht? Studio ?empa?ico.
C : Upon Ida Inability to feel a throb of
love or fear or sorrow the; defense
baaed mest of Hs argument.; Arthur
Warrcu^Vatte, th.ey said; was "by him
>?lfr ox .himself ond with httosetf/'- a
moral Imbecile, a mad who could net
reelixe murder because he ..could not
ronlb-.om-iy personality outside bia own.
vaf?a?wh?le tbs maa wb> Wft?e poems'
oa. love lu the Tomb* ^o?toea to feet
that tt4i<ta?t moch toatter ,what hep
paned to bim, but bewailed-tbs lack of
; : "When VS look into ptoploV <<y*e I
can mate them like:^^lto;#?? .-'.-^
could Vio lt now if they would look at
me.". B&t the.attoos^er^
io^?elp??ae T ' :
?; "t have been ^q^^atoharlaU'a
TaW?ts for i?dlgsa?ou for the six
months and it affords toe tfleasaro ??
?ay' t' .fcateraavar.useO a .remad? that
dtdw?na-.a?/.toa?h":??&*~1?rfc- : .'. ?'C'-?'.
IHleV, ?lUoa. N Y. CoMbherlaia's Tab
leta'ara ohtaiaahl* fnrst^eaar, n /. :
Local Market 12.50.
New York Market
Open High Low Close
July .12.78 12.78 12.71 12.77
Oct .'.12.irr 12.91" 12.80 12.91
Dec.13.04 13.15 13,09 13.07
Jan .. .. .. ..13.1113.15 13.09 13.15
New York -Spots 12.85.
Open CIOBB !
May-June ... ..7.74 7.70 !
Jcly-Aug ..... 8.08 8.0G
Oc.t-Nov ..." .. ....7.. ..7.80 7.84
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Chisholm, Trowbridge & Saggs
New Theatre* BuH&ng
W. Whitney St. >
Dr. Wade H. Sherard
413 Fourth Floor Bieckley Bldg,!
PIEDMONT Sc NORTHERN
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NO.V21. . il:2?v A.,A^|
'No. 5. . . 3:10 P. M.;
n_. nun ninsM??*
Dy DIJU ridtifijt
Solid, Substantial Porch Chaira
'Whatover may'be your Ideas-or, no matter what you may have
*in mind In tho way of a chair for the Porch--we-are pretty apt to
have it. Well made and comfortable chaira 6f dbzena of different
pattorns, slatted backs and seats, or resd, rattan or leather backs
and seats-anythlug you want.
G. F. TOLLY H SON
Ander???, S. C..
AT THE SIGN miMMmwi.
You got values hero all tho itlme. - You caii always dep.endon
tho ttiorchahdlse, and we guarantee sotisfacUpn-both in. Quality
of our goods'and in the price nelag' ^h> ^wett^ttte ;clfy...:.....^o
tho following specials for Satutdajr: ' .'...^v-;.-v.;;-v.';', .
Big Ben Alarm Clocks, Special for Samrday, ,Each : ifSw'
17 Jewel Elgin Watches, 16 size, 26.year cases Each S12.S0
Men's.$1.SO Belts, Special for Saturn-Each-. .0??fH>
fl.So Cut Glass Tumblers, Special for Saturday, per set , -
r<! ..... .... ... . X. . : . . . ... .$1.00
China Cups and Saucers, $1.75 values, Saturday... .$1.00
$?2.50 Self Filling Fountain Pens Saturday at, Each .. .00c
& B ABB I
l^t?? Street Jewelers At the Shjn of the Big
Well, that's us. We've got
now the B^ST^STOCK, AND
MORE OF !T than any pf ; the
lifter 'i^y^Vv'-And 'tih'at'siv-hbt. ;
aH/ v/e haye the bes t and gui?k?^t
delivery system in this martys to\^
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