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SIXTY SORTS SOUP:-It haB been
erroneously reported that Jim Der
rick has enlisted. It ls John B.
Derrick who has enlisted. Jim
is still at the Luncheonette Sellins
Sijtty Sorti of soup.
THE WEATHER is getting warm and
first class fish and moats are hard
to get and very high, but I am
still selling at tho winter prices
and keep my coolers at winter
time temperature. Consequently
you gel fish and meats here as
fresh as In mlddlo bf December.
Call at 207 East Whltnor Btrcet
and Inspect my place. Phone 292,
George Sanders; order man, Paul
Finley and W. J. Maness, jr., de
livery. W. J. ManeBS, tho Ken
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CE LLB LC SD-Wb can put celluloid In
rbur-'auto curtains any time and
S/unft detain you vary long. Paul
?imm??m't,' 1 III ll I..jj.li' ???MUM! w-i.
I CAN SELL you my home place, No.
800 North Fant street, also a
. three roeta house, No.. 722 North
v Faint airest, with an sdjolniug
- store room for an investment Both
properties well equipped with all
m modern conveniences. The seven
room h o m; o now occupied by G.
r,:'; ;'R. Dodd. ;. I wilt sell this prop
* arty so tho present rent thst I
am getting V/ould bs good Invest
msnt cn/y4?r money. J. L. E.
Jpnes, .103 ?. McDufHe street,
BID IT ever occur to you that moat of
i the QUICK SALES and RENTALS
ot property are mada through
^i^isslfiad advertising? Try these
npxt time you have something for
sale.. ' .-.
WHY NOT set out 5,000 or 10,000 Nan
cy Hall or Catawba Yam, potato ]
plants where Von. have harvested j
your grain. We will furnish ?he
plants at 31.00 per thousand. Mar
tin Wood and Coal Co.
SLABS-For a shs-tt time X can supply j
yon with good, elbar, thiele lowi
country slabs at $3,60 per cord, de
. livered. I,will SIBO appreciate your j
orders tor cotton seed meal and
bulb. R N. Wyatt, 'Phonb 182.
WE ARE now dandling eomo fine
stall. ?ed cattle and selling the very
heft steak that money can buy for
yjo par lb. . Plenty : of veal and
; rpption at market price. Chit hon's
' dressed and, alive as cheap as you
can buy them, in the country. Also
plenty c3 f iah any dav, tn tho week.
. Your trade, will" bo appreciated.
; Glye tis a trial. Phono 765. Dotf
> : tym*' mark nt. opposite Tolly's.
?'?maud for .orir oil pork sausage ls
. Seeping ns vary busy. They ourely
ara tho highest grado on tho mhr
fc*tHs*? from fresh perk carefully
ttSl?j?ted and seasoned with just
enough fresh ground herbs and
-:\ifl^Bpfcjea--to give that very un
ttiuaS ind pilotons Oavor dl?Uhe
: tingly Lin da ayU Phone your order
fto 69*. Tho Lily White Market, J.
N. ?Jndsar. Froorlator.
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?DBVOE'a .PAINT--Tho old stand by,
' fha oldest paint makers lu America
. and the bast. Paint with DaVoa's,
fawor gallona. wears longer. W. L.
Brl?sty Lumber Go.
wi!l',-keep canned fntft ?r
vegetables in .perfect condi
tion indefinitely and it Is/
s pertly harmless. ';;|^p^
Before you start your
'canning be..sBrc'itdv order a.V
FROM 7 A, M., TO IO P. M.-Buy
your Gasoline and Motor Oils frota
H. A. Caudle, the one ann gas man
on the corner next to Owl Drug Co.
Ile will appreciate your business
and always gives the utmost fn
value. H. A. Caudle.
FOB BENT-Ono furnished room,
close in. Apply 'phone 37.
FOR, BENT-G room cottage 313 E.
Franklin St. All modern con
veniences. We have calls for a
small stand suitable for a cash gro
cery, and for an 8 room house closo
In. J. Alex Neely, Jr., Mgr. Ren
tals, Frank and DeCamps Realty
FOR RENT-304 North Main street,
eight largo rooms, kitchen and bath.
Good location for lodging and
boarding house. If interested soe
Mr. W. C. Broadwell, or 'phone
mo at night. M. W. Sloan, Phone
FOB SALE-Indian Motorcycle 1914
twin cylinder, in running shape,
twin cylinder, in good running
sbap, $90.00 cash. Address Oco
nce Auto Garage, Seneca. S. C.
FOR SALE-Good second hand Gan
Range. No reasonable offer will
be refused. See John A. Neely,
at Anderson Hardware Co.
FOR SALE-Ono International Gaso
line, 12 horse power; one Meadows
Burr GriBt Mill, capacity 10 to 15
bushels por hour; one John Dearo
corn cracher, capacity 20 to 25
bushels per hour; one John Deere
shaft, and pulleys-all In first class
condition at low price. A. V.
Barnes, Lowndesvllle,. S. C,
LUZIANNB COFFEE SALE-Every
size package, every day. $1 cans
at SOc, 50 cent cans at 45c, 25 cent
canB at 221-2o 20 cent cans e at
12 l-2c. "It shorely ls good", and
I havo piont ly of lt for the rest
of the year. C. N. Sutherland,
121 West Benson street.
AUTOMOBILE FOR SALE OR TRADE
-I have on hand several firsto lass
slightly used automobiles In good
running order which I'will sell at
: - bargain pri?es or trade for horses
?nd'millen, I have a good Sallen
cow for salo. J. S. Fowler^
WANTED-A smail house by July lBt.
Must be modern. Add res E. G.
Lblselle, General Dollvofy, Ander
- san, 8. C.
? . . _
"WANTED-All. poltry ; and pigeon
fanlcera'to try our npeclally pre
pared poultry and pigeon . food.
- Any .quantity. See us; also for'all
kinds or garden and field seeds.
McDonald Seed Houao, successors to
Furman Smith, 'phone 464. \
?WANTED--Immediately one good
second-hand half-horse power mo
tor. ' Must bo cheap.. Address X.
Y. Z., caro Intelligencer.
MUT! i\N? JEFF
GtfvftlJcV TO <ft -VA*
Titos To..,*m? OM?
Augusta Man Believes Strange
Case of Young Amnestie Will
Soon Be Solved.
Augusta, Qa., June 26.-Mr. W.
E. Trowbridge, returned tn Augusta
yesterday from Maine, whither he
had gone, v.-it h Mr. Blank, in tho
hopo of restoring that young man to
Mr. Blank, lt will be recalled, ls
the stranger, who hos been in Augus
ta suffering from loss of memory.
Arriving in Bangor, Mr. Blank
ho now, by tho by, calls himsolf Mr.
Jack Blnnk-directed Mr. Trow
bridge to tho Bangor House.. Ho
displayed a remarkable familiarity
with the place. He declared he rec
ognized tho faco of tho captain of
police of Bangor, and that ofllcer, in
return, said he was positivo that ho
had before seen Mi*. Blank, but, Just
then, could not recall when and
The roads wero so bad, following
heavy rains, that the proposed auto
mobile trlpB into tho country adja
cent to Bangor was not taken.
"I am confident," said Mr. Trow
bridge, "that the man belongs in
Malno. IIB is among his own people.
His aro the mannerisms and his ls
the brogue of the people I met there.
I believe that lt. will be shown who
ho is and that ho wit! be yet returned
to his people. Many people believed
he ls Albion Davis1 Pike, tho missing |
Harvard student. I hud to leave.
Bangor before Pike's people arrived
"I staked Mr. Blank snugly and
left him in charge of the Y. M. C.
there. Tho Y. M. C A., tho police
and city officials are thoroughly in
terester in him. They are determin
ed to give him every help. All of
them promised mo that they would
secure employment for him right
"I established beyond question that
Mr. Blank is not the escaped insane
person be was at one time believed to
To The Public
"I have been using Chamberlain's
Tablets for indigestion for tho past Dix
months and it affords me pleasure to
say I have never tined a remedy that
did me BO much good."-Mrs. c. E.
Rile?, Illlon, N. Y. Chamberlain's Tab
lets are obtainable evarywher.
NOTICE FINAL SETTLEMENT
Vue undersigned, administrator of I
the estate ot N. K. Bryant, "eceas
ed, hereby gives notice that no wHl1
on July ii tit, 1016, at ll o'clock, a.
m., apply to the judge ot probate for [
Anderson county for a final settlement
ot said estate and a discharge from J
his office as administrator.
B. R. BRYANT, Administrator.
June 12, 1016.
7~NITICE TO TRESPASSERS
All, persons are hereby warned not
< hunt, fish, or otherwise trespass
lo. any lands owned or controlled-by.
I mo In Brushy Creek township.
DR. J. O. ROSAMOND.
June 24, 1916.
i c*6 Berren
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if tWOftKfcO ?/NY
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n?"V SIMPLY ?o
V*?> s^por ?lito
At Brooklyn 8; New York ll.
At Brooklyn 2; New York 1. (12 j
At Philadelphia 1; Douton 5.
At Philadelphia 5; Boston 9. (10
At Cincinnati 5; St. LOUIB 4. (ll
At Chicago-Pittsburgh, rain.
At Clovelmd 2; Chicago 0.
At New York 8; Washington 9.
At St. Louis 1? Detroit 3.
At Boston f>; Philadelphia 8.
At Littlo Rock 8; Atlanta 6.
At Nashville 0; Mobile I.
At Chattanooga 7; Now Orleans 0.
No others scheduled.
At Augusta 8; Columbia 1.
At Charleston 2; Jacksonville 0.
At Colurnbus-Mncon, rain.
At Montgomery-Albany, rain.
. ASK FOR and GET
Cheat substitutes cost YOU Bama price.
The ideal salesman is the Want
Ad; direct in method--convinc
ing in argument-and reaching
hundreds of customers in one
Charleston & Western
Augusta? Ga, .
To and From the
Effective Monday, Jan
No. 22. . . .6:00 A. M.
No. 6 . . . .3:35 P. M.
No. 21. . .11:20 A. M.
No. 5., . . 3:10 P. M.
rates, etc., promptly
OUT BY COMERS
Columbia, June 26-Manager -.Har
bison liri iv wired Secretary Hendrix
that bc h:u) closed a deal with the
manager of the home club for on op
tional trado on Webb. Webb goes to
this Georgia-Alabama League team
with strings attached. Manager Har
bison can recall him at any time ho
St. Clair Webb joined tho club sev
eral weeks ago and has played first
baso in a number of games and out
field in two. Ho showed nip well with
the stick nnd also showed consider
able ability as a fielder but because
of now players coming in and also be
cnuso of Webb'B light cxperionco in
the professional game it was decided
to let him out. Webb is a youngster*
only out of collogo a year or so, but
he seems to have the makings of a
j good ball player if he can bo cured
?of an apparent nervousness. At auy
I rete. Harby .will keep an oyo on him.
I Webb is a favorite eon of Ander
son. Ho played star baseball and
football at Clemson and because of
his gentlemanly conduct on and off
the ball field ho lian made many
friends in Columbia.
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New Icrk MnrAct.
Open High Low Close
January ..,..13.00 13.61 13.46 13.47
March .. ..13.76 13.77 13.62 13.66
July .13.25 13.27 13.08 13.12
Oct .. '.. ..1?.38 13.40 13.24 13.26
Dec .. ... 13.G2 13.54 13.40 13.41
New York spots 13.30.
' Sales 72.000.
Stomach Troubles and Constipation
"J will cheerfully say .that Chamber
lain's Tablets aro tho most satisfactory
remedy for stomach and bladder troub
les and constipation that I have sold
in thirty-four years' experience in tho
drug service" writes 8. H. Murphy,
druggist.. Wernburg, N. ?. Obtnln
NOTICE FINAL SETTLEMENT
The undersigned, administratrix of
the estate of Fred G. Brown, deceased/
hereby gives notice that they will on
uly Bth, 1916, at ll o'clock a. m.,
apply to the .iadgo of probate for An
derpon count/ for ofinal settlement
of said estata and a discharge from'
this office; aB . executors.
D. A.. LEDBBTTER,
J. M. PAGET,
MRS. MAMIE McBROWN, '
' Executors. ??
June 5, 1916.
TO MAFE YOUR PORCH
Here you'll find the furnish
ingQ you need to transform your
porch into a beauty spot-a de
lightful placo to npend'ymir leis
ure boure-Huge stocks, splen
did values. . 3avc lime and mon
ey both by coming heio first.
G. F, TOLLY & SON
Anderson, S. C.
Why Trade at the Sign of the Big Watch
Because they sell only reliable merchandise.
Because everything they Bhcv ls -brand new.
Because t?>ey never misrepresent an article of auy kind.
Because they taks advantage of all discounts and sell at lotveBt
Because they guarantee everything to be as represented. .
Because they keep every promise and their goods always, meas
ures up to repuircments-and becauso the'ro always on the job.
Thero- are many olhor reasons but we'll give only one more
It pays to trade at tho sign ot Tho Big Watch, and wo can prove lt
MARCHBANKS ? BABB
North Main M tie ct dov. O?P m At tho Sign of the Big Wateo
Well, that's us. We've got
now the BEST STOCK, AND
MORE OF IT than any of the
other guys. And that's not
all, we have the best and quickest
delivery system in this man's-town ?
W. L. BRISSEY LUMBER COI
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