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WANTED-Ten ladles with ?x
" perience to work in Special
Snle begining Thuradsy. Phil
."' 1 ." "?--'-~-"
WANTED-Good cv, ubi. o entry book?
.keeper- with two ; years experience
.. wants ' position in Anderson. Can
doliver the goods. Address Book?
keeper, care The Intelligencer.
WANT a position? Want-adver
tise-fdr lt, and persist in it-ao4
FOR SALE '
; F??t .SALE-Ono ?ot the beat horaoa
for general UR?> that .you could
r rind. He Is perfectly gentle and
7Bound, J. D.yRastv
t FOR SALE-Garden and field seeds
of . all kinds and In;any quantity.
Car , seeds aro all fresh and guar
anteed true to naine, McDonald
;Seed House, 'phone 464? successors
to Furmau Smith, the Seedsman.
Send ils your orders.
FOR SALE-It you no "enger uno it,
sell it-through an Inteligenc?r
: "For Sale" od.
AUTOMOBILE FOR: SALE OR TRADE
-I have on hand several firsta lass
slightly used : automobiles In good
running order which I will sell at
bargain prices or trade for horse?
and mules. I hav*a,good milch
cow tor sale. . J. ?..: Fowler.
I Our Sales
? i Oik
You may think this ls un-.
j usual oh account of the hot
weather, but remefobery our
stock of candy is stored in
a refrigerator where ; the
both winter and ?immer,
! Come In and let us show
yow some of Huy?erV latest
? i .'; creations.;..;,./.;: '. . >yS' . ''??]
MR A MUTT THE
BULL MOLE CANO?DA.-re,
WHEN SeeN AT LUNCH
SAID N I rVKi NOT Be
eiCCTGD BOT X'cc ONtV
i?? 3 RONS BCHlMD BR Y A
AND 0U6WT TO CATCH *tlM
FOB SALE-Oliver typewriter which
.bas been used only few weeks.. A
splendid bargain. Apply to "M,"
FOR RENT-304 North Main street,
eight large rooms, kitchen and bath.
Good location tor " lodging and
boarding house; It Interested see
Mr. W. C. Broadwell. or 'phone
mo at night M. W,. Sloan, Phone
I CAN SELL you my home place, No.
. 800 North Fant street, also ?
three room house, No. 722 North
Fant street, with an adjoining
store room tor an investment Both
properties vrsU eqn'pped with all
modern conveniences. T??e seven
room house now occupied hy G.
v IJii Dodd. I will sell this prop
erty so the present rent that I
. am getting would be good Invest
ment on your'money J. L. E.
Jones, 103 S. McDufflo street.
DID IT ever occur to yon that moat of
tho QUICK SALES an? RKRTAL?
of property are mada through
classified advertising? Try these
next time you have something for
WHY NOT set out 6,000 ot 10,000 Nan?
. cy Hall or Catawba ? ?on potato
- plants whero you have harvested
your grain. We will furnish the
plants at $1.00 per thousand. Mar
tin Wood and"* Coal Co.
BLABS-^-For a short time ? eon supply
you With good, clear, thick low
country slabs at $3.60 per cord? de
livered. I will also appreciate y our
orders tor cotton seed meal and
hulls. B. N. Wyatt, Thone 'lfifc$?
Kl LOU ST-Tho best 'sanitary ; t^?&?
lng and cleaning compound. Mada
ot cedar. dust chemicals and the
best paraffino .olio. For Bale by
Kildust. Co., Rom?, Gs.
CELLULOID-WO cnn put celluloid in
your auto certains any time', and
won't detain you very long. Paul
YOD WANT YOUR SUIT MADS
AT HOME, or in Baltimore-and
mad? to fit yoi, seo J. A. Mu?li
nax, 12G to ?L'S Weat Benson street,
oposite ? DavisBrothers,
HAVE yon a keep kool ault ciado to
your treasure. From the latest pat*
terna of wool crash. Palm B?i-t?i,
Grey pencil stripes, worsteds ?and
Mohair suitings, for 410.00 at Balla
TailorJngiCo" 107 Wi Barte Bi
f4MfeiatiE notv handling nemo tin?
A'fatalt'fed cattle and Belling the very
.< b?*t" steak that^mw cen hay for
StOo per lb . Plenty of veal ? and
motton at market price. Chlcker,a
dressed and alive as cheap as ?# en
can 'any them in tho country. Also
plenty ol fish any day tn the week..
Your trade will be.. appreciated.
Giva us a, trial. Phone 755, vnah>
blnav market, opposite vtfolljra. s
.T>BVOE?S PAINT-The old stand hy,
the oldest paint maSrera la Amarias 1
and the with DeVoe'a,
fewer gallons, wwwdowcer, 7. ti.
Br?sa?r tom/** Ce.
'i&j^ASrr ': HAUSAQS^Tbe ?e
VVK?? tor our sui pora aauaartiti :
^M^M-mfr. .hwy,,, They tore?y ;
1?t Mad* from fresh pork carefully
enoegh fresh ?ro?ad her*? aea
: pisr?-^pwe? rr |f?e ?ha* very, na*I
??al and d?notons Oarer <lhrUnc
the Bull Moll
VJWGW ASKGO MJC ol
Tue NEW BULL NOO
.I'M OUT OF POLITICS
MAv/e A Mew JOB IN
A s-reADV ?JOB JOSI
?ROM 7 A. M., TO 10 P. Mv-Buy
your Gasoline and Motor Oils from
Xl. A. Caudle, the one arm gea mon
on tba corner next to Owl Drug Co.
He will appreciate your business
and alwayB gives the utmost in
value. IL A. Caudle.
j'?SH, FISH, - FISH!-The doctor
tells me that good fish is the best
meat to eat in spring and summer.
We have for this week-daily
fino Trout, Spanish Mackerel, Red
Fin Croakers, Pop Eyed Mullets,
li.iss, Pike and fish to suit yoUr
taste-wholesale and retail. Vf6
keep plenty of vino pork and beef,
native raised. Call 292 or come
to 207 East Nv h lt nor street and
seo George Sanders: he will bo
glad to soe you. W. J. Manes*,
tho Seafood Man.-.
WLfC-s. TUE IMA1IONI? ItR&HD. A
QtAljSSflJk rill? in Bcd and Gold mmluAV/
fev->!-Sl*fll "??*?. "'iii niuo PIUMO. Vy
W^ *W? y*' *? u? citer. Iii r o? Tour Y
IC Sr mxaosn n&JuSm WSESm/M?
*-?r SOU) BV OmJUGISlS EVERWKEItE
Chufi oim, Trowbridge & Sogs?
Nw Theatre Ba3dl
W. Witater St.
Dir. Wade H. Sherard
13 Fourth Finer Bleckley Olds
I will pay:
For clean mixed rags ?1.00
For clean dry bones Soc per
For mixed - Iron 20c per
Good prices for rubber and
Manning Streak Near Blue Rtdgo
Han capacity o? seven
jr??se?gi? * High gtad*
?nateria^. Ke?t a]pjr?france.
make commercial bodies
and jMxieys topfit?isy moke
Ti*eRock Hm ?uggy
S PARTY SAIO:
eu?opg-, IT ie NOT
r peAce WORK."
ADVICE TO TH]
Mademoiselle Jacqueline will each
Sunday give advice in this column
pertinent to love affairs, and any let
ters addressed to Mdllo. JJacqueline
care The Intelligencer will be given
attention by her ?ind answered in the
next week's issue. ,
Slow In Proposing. . .
I have been going with a young
man for,, six years, and he has do
clarod his love for mo, but has nev
er proposed. Is tbere any sugges
tion you could offer that might bring
things to a climax?
'* .-. . - ' S.
. -1 must confess : this young man ls
putting you in rather an awkward
position. . My suggestion would be to.
treat him rather'indifferently. The
very next time he ? calls up, for \ an
engagement make it convenient to: be
going some plac?; I think this will
"bring him "round" if he is really se-'
rious. . - v. , . ',
I want to see if you can explain,
my sentiments concerning a certain
young man. I think at. times that I
bate him worse than original sin,' in
fact, I left'him with that statement
the last time we -Were together. But
now 1 wish like mad; I hadn't said it
and that he would' forgive me. Do'
you really think that* I'm in love with
; Fannie. -
Dear .Fannie: .
.My dear, did you .riot know that
lt 1s impossible to really hate any
ono tf you do- not Uko them very
much! Does that sound contradic
tory? it isn't If you are displeased
with ? person, you may measure the
amount, of your feeling for that per- .
son by your anger with him. If you .
do not care for him, you will only .
become disgusted but never angry
,.' Maybe. Sentiment.
MUo. Jacqueline: ;. :>
'I have jdst renewed1 acquaintances
with a girl I knew when we were
very youhgv It has" been ten years
rfricC-w? were together,;, but we hare
remembered each other. I varo very :
much for her, but I cannot be Sure ?
that lt is not Just the sentimental ,
Idea that,- we were sweethearts when" .
wo were young. Do you think that
.:':It ls Possible.
Dear Frank: .
YeSi . ?-'do think that natte possible
sad eran probable. . We aro very,
6ontl ui en tal over the things of the
?sst, and after all? you maybe in .
lire only with your childhood to
gether. But you must ffQrget that
you've ever., known ?.h^ 'tkiore and '
think of : her as. she is. now; and I'm 1
euro you will soin have pb doubt la i
your mind aa to your sentiment to- .]
ward'her. : . l
Doubts Mis iore. 1
Jack &nd. I aro engaged to be mar
ried, ; *Q^;I*m afraid he; doesn't Ion?
me SJI' ha should. ?He.';ta very J?at
g&y^earted. and never tri? to -hide
attention try some :?^^AHIOW. ' >DO
K think ho hasn't enough faith ia
me? Ought I to marry him? .-. 'd -''';.' '
"? ?;. Anxiously, ?
. . ' '--Betty,-:- '
' Eight Kfnd of ?^?oasj.
My Dear,-Betty: '
-Weald: yon ;'llke it very mneh - ll 1
Jack would net nettes the Attention i
bald yon hy other yftaag men? -Nei '
Of course?not^and he would net lova f '
^rS^jtw^rmrnn**-^ is iiui nw, 5jr urar, 1
that;$?*ne: Vf?mittta tatttatt fcx the
tra* lover, and yoe^baeald >a v^ry
hr?py osca?se or it.
v tt .toft because ?a .**s?V''?itftB?'- ie .
yon that, ha dosant waat yo? emilia*
MP. CURRV COM 6
PICTURE SAID:- KXH?
PUBLICITY BOT I MUST
A GAI M ST MR, HUTT. AS PRCS
THE vlt-USK'C.R PARTERS1 Ur4|C
,UST come OUT FOR. THIS wuen
at other boys; lt is because ho wants
all of your smiles for himself. ?
Question of Age.*
What should a girl ot. 15 do when
proposed to by a man 25 year's old?
I am much in love with him and he
has gjven mo every- assurance that
it is ' reciprocated; also, he makes a
splendid salary' and could weir afford
to marry.. Am I too young to consid
er marriage at my ago? My friends
and family tell mo he has turned my
head.' I have finished the high school
and. am preparing to go to college in
the event Ve ^do not marry. Wont'
you advise me?
.v i Mary.
Ago No Object.
My Dear Mary:
Db you. think . you have education
enough to mu a home? My dear, you
should never think of marrying- un
til you have a good education-no
girl'should if she can afford one.
I do hot think differences in ages
matters, i but-: lt io very unusual for
ono or your ago to have.sufficient ex
perience to be In sympathy with one
of that ago.
To and From the
Effective Monday, Jan
: uary 17 th
No. 22 . . . . 6:00 A. M.
No. 6. . . .3:35 P. M.
No. 21. . .11:20 A. M.
No. 5. . . 3 :10 E. M .
rates, etc.,* promptly
Kiyen. ' ? ...
steans all In the comfort1 of ?:. your
?lasses. Ti?ls lr why I so often hear
the pleasing remark "Dv. Camp?>el'
t ant delighted with my glassed" I
aid the foundation for thia ?->mar& in
ho examination room? it teing equip
?ed with the. verys latest appliances
:hat selene? has imparted io mai? for
naking g dineros Hal diagnosis ot
ttbx?ye trouble, henee, fnaaa work ls
?llmliato?, Then oelng abie to enter
into th? SpU?tf vf one having : ey*
rrouMo se^e naturo aa yours, t dftshrn
md grlml tiiO aUssi?S to please, sied
*4ju?t Jtnain : to th? contour, of toa
face. That's jtuit what lyoa V get
tere and yon eoulfcrt gat; ?felhi
?sw ',y?r?^)?rte_fa?i; th?/ctat.ls
^i^^ JHkO?. Repa?ra 10c up.
?Wp ta. f^?t tnterrat au^ comfort
tc read my a?s
Sv?tee- ?very .tfcaai1
tr*** ?JU *%. VJ ?nil If JB&fcr
112 W. WHITNE?Sfr,
Ne&r Faa*,'* B?*k
MR. FAM8?NK , fe
WHEN ASKED Fd?
A STATE M E(S| T SAiD;
"I Arn A COVER OF
PEACE ANO iJ??ET
AMO TIRED OF
POLITICS, SO X ?J
DECIDED TO iP|
RETIRE 'To '
I, ./ 1
Solid, Substantial Porch Chairs
Whatever may be your ideas-or, no matter what you may have
tn mind In the way of a chair for the Porch-we are pretty apt to
hav? it Well made and comfortable chairs of dozens of different
patterns, slatted back a and ECU is, or ???ed, rattan or leather backs
and s*?at8-anything you want. ' . .
G F TOLLY & SON
Anderson? S. C.
Specials For Saturday affd Monday
Quite a-number ot 'our ?U?l?iflerB" have asked that we make, our
Special Saturday offerings effective also on Monday, as many times
theyfound P.Inconvenient fo come to the ?tore'on Saturday. - So
herafter we .will, make It Saturday and Monday. See following
today* and Monday. \ .. L
$2.50 Self Filling Fountain Pens Saturday at, Each . I. .90c
Big Ben Alarm Clocks,;Special' for Saturday, Each ...$2.00
17 Jewel'Elgin \&atohes, .l6 size. 20 year cases,^ Each$12.fiO
Men's Si.So Belts, Special for Saturday, . Each vi. .$1.00
$tSo Cut Glass Tumblers Special for Saturday, per set ?M
.... . .... .:. ??: ..v. .. .v........ ::. ; $i.oo
China Cups-and Saucers, $1.7-S value, Saturday ... .Sl.CJO
Korti* Vain Street Jewelers At the Sign of tko.Big tfatah
? ? mimi ' ' j j 1 . ^ -1 i
Weil, that's?usl We've' got
now the BEST STOCK, AM^
MORE OF IT than any of the
' other guys; Arid that's not
all, we haye ?ie best and quickest
delivery system in this man's towri
VW. L BRISSEY Ll?ER CO.
v (From The Literary Digest.) ' ;
': if your radiator leaks/poor in :v ;
Fittds the Leak and Fixes lt " ;
S^Mtht-ol ?? A powder put upin IHhograj&bei tin caflsl
/ Vlfteri p?uredr'into your radiator it dissolves fri'\;^e''n'?t'''\7?t?rc
? At the leak, -ffy cool air coiigeals it Into i cement that repairs
lt automat?Caliyv,; . ??'.!'?.. V'"n-..
Look ?q?;ffi? pumpkin colored cans/^
: ;.. ' ; '-;?riee?Sc :.
Thfc al^?Ve adveriisentent is o?ie of ? s?riel
that is ninnin^y ?v?ry : other-'w?ek .in :>vt??':