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CLASSIFIED
Want Ad Rates
25 word? for Ste.
1 cent per word ??cl? Insertion
for more than 25 word?.
Three insertions of the sas? ad
on consecutive days for the price
of two Insertions, if paid la ad
vance.
' Na ad Ieee than 25 cents.
MISCELLANEOUS
SIXTY SORTS SOUP:-It bss been
: orronconnly reported that Jim Der
rick ii aa enlisted. lt ls John B.
Derrick who has enlisted. Jim I
Ia still at the Luncheonette selling]
sixty sorts of soup.
THE WEATHER ls getting warm and
first elana ?ish and meats aro hard
to get and very high, but 1 om
still Belling at the winter. prices j
and keep my conlerB at winter
Uta? temperature. Consequently
you get fish and meats he- ac
'fresh as in middle of Docomo er.
gfe Call at 207 East Wbltner street |
end inspect my place. Phone 292,
order man. Paull
Finley end W. J. Ma?osa, jr., do
livery." W. J. Moneys, tho Sea-j
food Man. . ; -
DID IT over occur to you that moot of
the QUICK SALES and RENTALS
of - proper ty are ' made through
.classified advertising? Try these
next time you b^ve somethlnc for
. ' sale.
.i i i ,? _--i_-_~
I CAN SELL you my home place, No.
? 'S. ?0O North Font street, also a
! three , room ".bouse. No. 723 North
Fant; itrest, with an adjoining
store room for an Investment Roth
properties well equipped with sH
modern conveniences. The. seven
? rootn bouse now occupied by G.
R. Dodd. I; will sell thia prop
erty so the present rent that I
em getting would ba good. Invest
ment on your money.. J. L. B.
. Jones, 103 8. McDufBe street...
GBtULfi^^ can put celluloid In
y?itr auto curtains any time and
\ fp?!t : detain . you < very long. Paul
r Stephens. .
i^STNOT set out 5,000 or 10,000 Nan
cy Halt. or Catawba Yam potato i
'.p. planta where : yo?;? nave . harvested !
! ;v ,yo,ur. i?rola. We will furnish <ihe
plants ut 31.00 per thousand. Mar
lin Wood and Coal Co. j
SLABS-For a short tune I can supply
, yoa wttix Rood, blear,' thick' low
>country blabs at $3.60 por cord, de?
livered. I wilt also appreciate your
orders for cotton seed meal and
hallB. B. N. Wyatt, 'Phone 182.
[?WB?VL.H A- M., TO 10 P. M.~Bnjr
your vja3o!ino nnd t&ot?r ?x??s ?FOKX
H. A, Candis, the ono arm gas man
b .' on the corner nest to Owl Drus Co.
fie will appreciate your business
and always gives tho utmost la
val?a. H. A. Caudle. .
WB ARB now dandling some fln^
stell fed cattle ?sd ???i?ng the very
best steak that zr^ney-can. buy for
30o per lb. Plenty of veal and
?j?tton at ????ket price. Chicken's
?. '{dressed and alive .as cheap as Von
can buy then? 1a the country. Also
plenty ol tish ?ny day in the week.
Tour trade trill ba appreciated.
Qlvo us a trial. Phone 756. Dob
bins' market, opposite Tully's.
maud tor our all pork sausage le
keeping na very buey. They timely
?ra the highest grade cn the mar
ket. Mada from fresh pork carefully
; selected and seasoned wfch just
eneegb, fresh ground: herbs ead
.; pare spica* to gtv* that very, un?
. : issue! and delicious davor distono
Uvel? Lindsay's. Phone your order;
fe? CM, Tho Lily White Market. 3,
N. Lindsay, proprietor.
DBVOB'S PAINT-Tho old stand by,
V tba oldest patat. makers In America
V ta* best, : Paint with DeVWi,
?*wer gallons, wears longer. W, Ii.
Brlssoy Lumber Co.
wm SALE
SALB-indlaa , Motorcycle; 191?
vvv^#fa^Hn?er-j.i??od running
> eaape, I cacti. Address Coonee
Auto GArage, ?eaeesi S. C.
>'?r-^-fii""11 11.'11 '.' ".i ...r...... ,";.,
rlTOlft ?Aid3--0ne International Oasor
1 line, 13'hors? power; one Meadows
; ^t?tttt Grrst ^Sillf, capaolty rio to 15
?. bnaS?l? per boan Jchn Deare
. cort - cwtckcr. capacity 20 ?0 25
bushels per< hour; one John Deere
: ? I shaft an* puReyj?-*tfl te at etase
re??m*$ U low price. A. " V.
-'^n^t?a^svtilevP?-c. , ?
FOR RENT
FOR TIENT-A desirable store room]
and a fj- room house. We bave calls
for 3 room ?, a 5 room house and a|
stand for colored restaurant. J.
Ales. Neely, Manager Rentals, |
Frank & DeCamps Realty Co.
Phone 246.
FOB BENT-Ono furnished room,|
close in. Apply 'phone 37.
FOR RENT-304 North Main street, |
eight large rooms, kitchen and bath.
Good location for lodging and
boarding house. If interested see
Mr. W. C. Broad wei I, or 'phono
me at night. M. W. Sloan, Phone
625.
LOST
LOST - .Sunday between Starr and]
Iva. a blaok kr.thor case contaln
iug cards with owners name. Re-1
ward if returned to Intelligencer of
fice.
WANTS
WANTED - Experienced Installment
collector, one who is acquainted
with city and can furnish first-class
reference. Apply in own handwrit
ing, "X. Y. Z.?" care The Intelli
gencer:
WANTED - All poultry and pigeon
fanlcers to try our specially pre
pared poultry and pigeon food.
Any quantity. See us also for all
kinds or garden and field nc cns.
McDonald Seed House, successors to
Forman Smith, 'phone 464.
WANTED-Immediately , "one good
second-hand half-horse power mo
tor. Must be cheap. Address X.
Y, Z., care Intelligencer.
WANTED
BY PRIVATE COLLECTOR
Confederate States or early United
states stamps. Stamps on the
original envelopes preferred.
Look thru your old papers, per
haps you may find something of
value. Expert opinion furnished
free of charge. Highest prices paid
for any thing of interest. Best of
banking Mferenc^forniahed.
Stanley B. Ashbrook
720-28 te? Tret Bldg. OadMtUO.
M--J-m -i-?sosa
.WANTED
j I will pay :
For clean mixed rags ?1.00
j per hundred.
For clean dry bonOv Soc per
. hundred.
i
For mixed Iron 20c per
hundred.
I Good prices foy rubber and
metals.
SAM DISNER
Manning Street, .Near Blas Ridge
Ice Co.
Phono 67?.
PROFESSIONAL AND
BUSINESS CARDS
Chfehoftw, lYofwhridge & Saggs
DBOTISTS
New Theatre ?&i?IcSns '?
W, WhitaeffSt.
Dr. Wad? IL Sherard
DENTIST
! 413 <F*?L& Roar . Bkdtley EH?*|
\-: W?jM*9ta.:.*M?
Augusta* Gv- .
NORTH, SOUTH,
t;.]BAST, : ?'. WEST
'Affective Atonday? Jan
uary 17th i
i::v\,...v. u^:-;,
loi 22 . . .6:00 ?, M.
IO* v6. > . VM Pi N?r
ANDERSON BOY IS
WONDER OF CUBS
McConnell Continues to
With Chicago Club.
Star
George McConnell, tho Anderson
boy who ls starring with the Chicago
Cubs in the rifle pit, twirled another
sensational gamo for that club
agarinst the Pittsburgh Pirates on
Wednesday. Tbs Andorson lad
went 17 innings with*the score tied
2 and 2, end was not taken out until
Will-on drove a homer into y he
ld cache ni and won for Pittsburgh.
Tho following account of tho game
waa given in Associated Press dis
natches as follows:
Chicago, June 28.-Art Wdlson's
drive into the bleachers gav? Pitts
burg the winning run in tho National
league's longest game of the season
today, an 18 innings affair. The
score was 3 to 2, tho came by which
the Piratea won tho ?irst section of
the doubleheader, a nine inning game,
McConnell, the Cub pitcher, worked
through the entire first 17 Innings
and was taken out In the 18th only
after Wilson's long hit had been
made.
Wilson's home ru nwas one of
three. Zwilling put tho Cubs in
front with one in the fourth, hut
the Pirates tied the count when Baird
scored from second on Schultz's In
field out in the eighth. Then In the
11th Carey's home run, is fourth hit,
gave Pittsburgh the lead, and sue
cest/ive singles by Knabe, Saler and
'Fischer tied the {.core again.
Pittsburgh used four^ pitchers, Mil
er Btarted sud gave way to Shultz, a
pinch hitter, after pitching a splen
d' Ramo .for seven innings. Harmon
worked for two Innings and also quit
to let in a battel ; Jacobs was,on the
slab In the lltb, when Zimmerman, !
running for Knabe, scored the tying
run and was taken out in the 13th
when it looked as though ho WBB
wavering. Cooper finished -the game
In great form.
Forethought.
People are learning that a little
forethought often Saves them a. bli;
expense. Here ls an instance: E. W.
Archer, Caldwell, Ohio, says: "I - do
not believe that our family bas been
without Chamberlain's Collo, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy since we com
menced keeping house years ago.
When we go on an extended visit we
take lt with ns." Obtainable every
where, j'?-i I?;
u
I a ? 11
$ $ $ $
I
1
I
I
A dollar d'vwn-A dol
lar a week or pay day.
'f i- ' . \ ..;/..'. ': . -;.
That's the Simplified
Savings System way.. On
ly , you can-pay in any
amount from 10c up each
week or pay day. -
Your mon?y bear? inter
est compound quarterly.
Yours when yon need it.
Every man should iola the
Club.
.'-.;??-;]? ':. -':\-.'.V'v-- . '?.'
Start .nay time-Com
plete in fifty payments. ?> ?
The
Batik ?f Anderson
The Strongest Bank
in the County.
_ i
PIEDMONT & NORTHERN
RAILWAY COMP ANY
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. tjt? ? ? ; ? ? a ? . . . . * .'? . ? ? A . 8 : &5 ' A? Ot.
v?..^^W?,^.;.-??' itat^m
41?*?.????.....? a..o? 6:00 KASK
titsgR
?t.,. ........ "10:8t P.
DffiPA?lTTTRBS
St?..V.- t.tt.?.
9t*?. .". ? ty e.'. s ? ? . ... . t ??8 jL*
Utt'??U??X*?.... 10:10 < *? ac
as...... o........... .i*:id v. si.
8t.*.......,..S:tt *y tl.
Bateball Results
1
NATIONAL
At New York 0; Philadelphia 4.
At New York 2; Philadelphia 5.
At Boston 1; Brooklyn 2.
At St. Louis 2; Chicago 3.
No others scheduled.
AMERICAN
At Cleveland 0; St. Louis 7.
At Philadelphia 0; New York 5.
At Washington 3; Boston 0.
At Chicago 8; Detroit 2..
SOUTHERN
At Memphis 0; Atlanta 3.
At Little Back 2 j Birmingham 3.
At Nashville 2; N??'.v Orleans 1.
At Chattanooga 7 Mohlis 4.
SOUTH ATLANTIC
' At Columbus G; Montgomery 3.
At Augusta 4; 'Jacksonville 2.
At Columbia 3; Charleston 9.
At. Macon 3; Albany 7. -
STANDING OF CLUBS
National.
Won Lost P.C.
Brooklyn.. ..... ..36 22
Philadelphia.33 27
Boston.29 .27
New York.. .. .. ..29 29
Chicago. ;.30 33
Pittsburgh.. .. .. ..27' 31
Cincinnati...28 34
St. Louis.28 37
American.
Now Yprk.. .. .. ..36 26
Cleveland.35 28
Washington.... . .34 29
Boston.... . ... :_33 30
Detroit. ..' ..34 31
.Chicago. . . ... ...?2 30
et. Louis.2f. 3.r>
Philadelphia.17 42
621
550
518
.500
476
466
452
431
581|
.656
540
524
523
524
453
288
Sentaen.
Won Lost P.C.
New Orleans.. .. ..43 25 ' 632
Nn oh vii lo. ..42 25 632
Atlanta. .....35 31 -551
Birmingham ...33 28 541
Chattanooga....:.. .35 34 507
Memphis. .. ....N.28 40 420
Mobile.....28 40 412
Little* Rock... . . ..27 40 403
South Atlantic.
- ' I i i . .' '..'< 1 "Won ? Lost, ..PC
Charl?Bton... Sji?-.'. .6 ' W$J .'sf ?57
Macon;..... .. ..' ..4 3 - 671
Albany...... :<i'i?V "V(4. 2 1 667
Montgomery.. .. 3 4 ' . ' 4?9
Augusta.. .. ... . ...4'. 3 571
Columbia..*;. .; ....2 5. 186
Jacksonville.... .. ..2 5 288
Columbu.... .... ..2 4 333
CHICHESTER S FILLS
l'IU?!c a til .ir,:! t)?M mri?htV
gf&S MDi-J ?Uh Bio? J?U4nu '
TB* .? np oilier. Ilnr oTWig.
M ?<no*n <c bi? HittiH, Alway* UH?I
The London "I. imes
"To learn tho news of the World
I ? subscribed tot the Weekly Edition
ot The ^London .Times,'.* said'Wood
row Wilson, President of the United
States. It deals with every ph3so
of modern lifo-Political, social,
scientific and military. In order
to koop up with tho times send UB
[ a subscription to the London Week
ly Times 53.20 pov year.
FAST'S B6M)KST0E
VIA
Blue Ridge and Southern |
From ?ntSersoia, S. C.
Rode Hffl^S, C; $4.45
Account Winthrop College Summer
Behool. Tickets on aale Jone 12, 13,
UV >8,y ?A 80. vita final limit July
W? ?M6. ; , .. - ?
Aiceont Peabo?y College - fii?nwsr
5tnool. Tickets on nude June 13. 14,
?6, ld. 19,. 24. Jnly 20, ,3^ 24, final
limit 16 daya tvgrft, date of aale. :
Acebaa?i- V ?u?rerrity:-'?rf,'- Virginia
Summer School, Tickota 'on .-.'gale
June IS to 26 with fia?lv limit 15 .
days from date of talo. Ticket ?ran
be extend*! until Sep^anbe? 30 by
paylsg-^.^es of ti.Op ? ' ; ' J. ?-. ;
Account Ancient ArSWc^rder, Noe
les ot K'ymT'Hm? Tickst* on sale
??^ S,^ 10, w*U? final limit ?u?y
% . ' Baieimaris,'-M?. S??.?? ' ':.
^.'Xto$p-& .i?^aV?i^Vif?r?tt:. aa '
salo July 5, 6, 7, s, w?t? ansi liffldt
f0^0M..\ v. ?'-.yty'_ty.^:'
. ?or dotailod lafonaa?oQ apply )? to
UNCLE GA Mo INCOME.,
Treasury department officials esti
mate that too goverumeut's receipts
during the current fiscal year cn?lng
June SO will be from $00.000,000 to
$100,000,000 moro than estimated when
congress convened.
Revised estimates showed the In
creases approximately as follows: In
come tax. from $85,000.000 to $120,
000,000, en increase of $35,000.000 over
the original estimate; ordinary inter
na| revenue receipts from $272,000.000
to $305,000,000. un Increase of $33,000.
OOO; Customs receipts, from ? $100.000,
OOO to $215,000,000, an increase of $25,
000,000. With these three principal
sources of revenue showing. an ''indi
cated increase of $03,000.000 over the
original estimates, officials believe
minor sources will help bring the total
increase close to $100,000,000.
Customs receipts show that the gov
ernment already has collected duties
Aggregating $185.440.442. only $1,000
less than the sum collected thin time
last year and within $5,000.000 of the
sum originally estimated for the en
tire year.
Customs receipts have been steadily
rising since last December and now
have passed $20,000,000 a month. Con
tinuance of present conditions for an
other year, officials believe, would re
sult in the customs receipts nearly
rm chlo fr tho level nt ta in cd Lof oro the
war.
OR. PRATTS AD0RE88.
Dr. Ed wa vd Ewing Pratt, Chief of
the bureau of foreign and domestic
commerce. In n recent lecture discussed
the problems that tho American lum
bar industry faces. H?re are-some of
bis statements:
"Great instability bas prevailed lu
the lumber . Industry-an instability
that, hus rosde losses and not. profits
the order of the day.
"You are'eeehlng a purely, legal rem
edy for a-problem which is purely eco
uomlc.
/. "Tho, lamber industry must Dndtnore
efficient marketing methods and larger,
markets for Us products. !'
? "Foreign tra'du ls.one of the things
vitally necesoa ry if j the lumber Indus
try is to be put on Its feet
^"Probably most lumber manuf activ
era have never exported ? stick of lum
ber. ' '
"Our lumber (ins cold tn Ea ropo,
it bas sold Itself. .* >
"Foreign trade ls conducted through
exactly the same fundamental business
principies as domestic trade.
"The yellow pine Industry should :tnke
up the matter of measurements in the
South American trade.
,*?Why not have- m every important
center.of South America rin agency of
this association which would keep Its
eyes open for opportunities?. : >
"Why. not have at score of offices, to
demonstrate, to South. America how to
uSe wood," to the best advantage?" \
NEW COMMERCIAL ATTACHE FOO
?' LONDON.
. PierceC William* bf New .,Yc*khos
.been appointed American commercial
attache at London to succeed Albertus
HV Baldwin, who, has held; the. post
since tho. commercial attach? 'service
waa Inaugurated, nearly two years,ago,
by the- bureau of foreign and dornest!?:
commerce, department bf commerce.
At the time of h^s appointment, bj
iljM??tary Kcd?old, -Mr. \VIliiams WHS
connected with. W. H. Gi ace & Co.- o?
Now York, hH^ing Charge of their for
'elgn, trade In ores. Ho had'previously
bcen'emr?loyed with the Crocibto Steel
Company bf America, for which con
cern ; be traveled extensively in Scott
^Aln$ricA and Europe. Furtberevpcrt
ence in. for??gri-?trado promotion was
acquired ae an official : of th?. ' Pltta
buiigh chamber of commerce. . ;;
. "ilr. Williams ls onlj thirty yearn ol
agaand is the youngest member ot th?
.commentai attache staff. tlaldrnVw
ones for bis new post. ^ V':.'
EXPORT OF CALIFORNIA^tTp
.CO.
A finn la San Francisco report^: ti
Ctornmer?ial Agent il G^ Behblrtv ii
charge:of (ha district"office o^?^??
reno ot foreign and; du^^?e^t!^
meroe in that city? that it has made i
^pjnient equivalent to, a carload, a
'Turkish" totacco* grown, tei?P$t
al? to Australia, lt is stated that 1
thia shipment. ta\; satisfactory to tin
e^^a^^^^^lv^??ufe^
USE MOW PETROLEUM.
The V^?(^'?t?iet''?^yfl^y y?rve:
reports that there waa a ?ttirfe?&' tt
?esse ia the ?KC of'p?t2x?eam'aa'.ft:^fa
tta?tl.l? ..fnel '.tsjrf \hv^m8*
MiiMpB p& ' ;W^:^bjt^
of oil fool so c?nmmeAfrme year
VUOR
RCH SHADES
Are Ideal for
Sleeping Porches
Sleep on your porch and
learn what it means to' pass
a restful, -refreshing night
when the thermometer in
your ned room Indoors
stands-at and around 90. j "
It's always cool, too, and
shady, and comfortable on; a
" Vudorlzed " porch. You
nc vor feel shut in for you
can seo out readily and get
all tho air and light you
want.
G. F. TOLLY & SON
Anderson? S. C.
PEARL NECKLACES
Tho necklace, cf pearls, like all simple and beautiful
things, is always fashionable.
And it is doubly fashionable in these days of low cut
' . blouses. It redt? gracefully upon tho bare throat, lend
ing subtle and effective adornment.
.
Wo have some exquisitely matched necklaces of "not. real''
Pearls, infinitely ICBB espehsivo than the Oriental gena;
yet possessing a luatro that ls equally beautiful.
MARCHBANKS ?? BABB
Xorlfr Main Street Jewelers At tho Sign, of the Big Watch
Building
Material ~
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
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Security and Service
In establishing' banking ccmne^?hsy; a business
mah looks primarily fot two things, .viz: . ,Security
and Seryjce. . ;. }x
This bank offers absolute sectartly to; its .d?jpos?
tors and endeavors at all times to tender prompt .and
polite service "to its-customers. '
Peoples Bank ' of
.tho Hind Y?n Hara Almiya Bongil and Widen lina been
- tn neioff over SO years, 1ms born o tho sUrn attire ct
?>ar .. ,?t?A :A9wi* ^ ppcn-amylo ender hi* jpcis*
Bonal^BupcrvIsloa simo Us Infancy.
All Cotrnter?clU, Imitations and *?? ?TitMt-aa-rfood " oro bnfc
Infants ond Cfclld*ea~Exr.oriente ngaiasfc ISxncrUueai,
What Is CASTOR
?cntolns nettliet? Opluro, Mnrplilno nor oAer^a?eot???
?mbs?auco. Its nge Is tts guaranty. Tit desfatorar?S
GO???KE G?STORSA ^WAYS
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