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QUIT SALE SATURDAY S?? when you dre tired* Just try them- thats alli Anderson Cash Grocery pb-i ?J* t?nrttf ran i'm ?ni breed m +n Ymli rt rj(h s |n*d for.1 Mid dnnk by frrm !?<i-n te-t gtf h fenMt? Hy r*o lay IW err* DANGER FLIES AND MOSQUITOES. CARRY FILTH AND DISEASE Battle with Flies and save Health. House .ply is Germ Breeder Fly Season is open. Put in your screens. Especially in Typhoid Fever and Tuberculosis cases it is accountable for distribution. A small amount of money will screen ypur house." t We have a complete stock of Screen Doors, Windows, and Wire Cloth. Place your order now. SULLIVAN HARDWARE CO. Anderson, Greenville/ Belton. mm?\ -COOPER ^fdC '^f.'rU RNIT.UR-E .CO.' j Cotton should be side dressed just as soon after it is thinned out and clear of grass as can be done, so that the plant will get the full benefit of all this extra fertilization and of all the early rains, lt does a great deal more good when applied early. Fertilizer was used lightly this spring; and side dressing will pay handsomely this year if put on early. We are making a 6 S 2 arid a 4 7 2 especially for side dressing. You will find it profitable to use it lt should be applied last of May if possible, if not then ??rly in Jane. ~ * If cotton is cheap the mor? you make to the. acre the better you are off. If cotton is highv the more you make to the ac?-e the better you are off. For. every dollar" you pay out for side dressing you gefback from . three to five dollars. But apply it early. These foods are ammoniated witrusoda, blood, tankage and fish. ANDERSON PHOSPHATE & OIL CO. Andersen, S. C. Oar ?apply is limited. A, P.&O.Co. **************: * ELECTRIC CIT * _ V Item* of Interest end Perse? i * Wireless on the Si **************; fifteen TreC? to Ile ('nt on North Main. Fifteen large trees are being rut )ff North Main Htreot this week. The york Htartcd yesterday morning at an 'arly hour and is, now well under way, and according to Mr. Wade Sanders, city engineer, the trees will ie off the streets by the laHt of this ?veok. These trees are beautiful, but* hey are in the middle of the street ind are considerably In the way. The .ouncil ha? decided not to remove any TOOK which aro not in the way of raffle, but these fifteen big trees ?viii have to come down. [.?niles Aid Society Expresses Regrets. The Ladies Aid Society of the First Baptist church have prepared a pub lic letter for the press* expressing heir regret at losing Mr?. John F. Wnea. Mrs. Vines has been a great lelp to all sorts of church work and he iRdies of the city hate to give 1er up. Following is the letter: "In bchair of thc Ladles Aid So Met of tho First 'Baptist church or \nderson, allow me to express to rou our deep love and appreciation if you, and what you have meant to is, always bringing cheer and sun doe. It Ia hard Indeed to give you ind our beloved pastor up. but It nust.be HO. To say that we will miss ronr expresses to you in a very poor Yay what wo will suffer, and many, nany times we will long to hear your lear voices in words and song, for [ can truhtfully say: "None knew rou but to love you. named you but o praise. A?ay God in his mercy give o you both unbounded blessings' in .our new field, and if it ls not In His providence that) we should meet again >n earth, may we all live BO -that wo shall meet around HIB throne above, where all is perfect peace and love. \gain thanking you for your untiring efforts to lead us aright, we must iubmit to giving you up, and wish ing to say "God be with you, 'till wo meet again." Y SPARKLETS * _, ? ,| ? Mention Caught Over the * reeta of Anderson * V. ? Y- ? .? * * * * * * * * linpid Work on West Market St. A large force of hands are now nt work removing the old stone draina on West Market street and nrc4 mnk ing very rapid progress. Work wus started at the corner of Towers and Market street and the stones were re moved for moic than two blocks in one day. Aa fast ns one gang of men remoro tho stones, another gang lays tho concrete form, and then tho now drain is put down. The sewer gang 1B also making very rapid progresa with their work in tho southeastern i part of the city. . Te Publish n New City Directory. ! Mr. R. E. Wilkins of Asheville is in tho city making plans for a new city directory to be published here in the . near future. Mr. Wilkins is a repre sentative of the Piedmont Directory ?company which has been making di rectories for the city of Anderson and j other cities of North and South Caro I lina for the past ten years. He stat ed that the usual force of men would be employed to gather the necessary i data for the book. ?Sheriff Ashley ~? i Caught Negro. j Sheriff Ashley captured Jim Mad ' den a negro who1 ?H wanted by the I sheriff of Abbeville County, Mr. Burts, j Thc nrrcst was made Just across the . boundary linc between Anderson and ! Abbeville Counties, and the negro was taken to th-: Honen Path*guard house for safe keeping. Madden IB charged 1 with shooting two women? j -o- . ? Marshal Lyon J la City Yeitrfday. j, .United States Marshal C. J, Lyon. 'marshal for the United States dis trlrt court for tho western district of South Carolina, was a visitor in tho city yesterday. Marshal Lyon makes his headquarters In Greenville. He has numerous fri bj r's here who aro ' always pleased to K> et him. ANDERSON PRINTING COMPANY CHARTERED LARGE CONCERN PREPARED | TO DO ALL KINDS OF HIGH GRADE WORK CAPITAL $10,000 Officers Are T. S. Crayton, M?. M. Mattinon, II. M. Dunn and T. K. Roper. Thc Anderson Printing company is Hie name of a local concern which .ias just rerolvcd ita charter from tho .lineo of tin? secretary of state. A jolt printing and book business will be done. Thc ofllccrs of tho rompany. which is capitalized at $10.000, are: T. S. CraytOh, president and treasurer: M. M. Mattison, vice president; II. M. Dunn; secrctury; T. K. Roper, manu ser. This was formerly the Job print itu-, department of Thc Intelligencer, ana was bought out sorim time ago by these and other gentlemen. The con cern lins lu plant th thc same build lng with The Intelligencer, occupying Ibo entire second floor of the struc ture and a portion, of fe basement. They arc equipped to do Job prlnt ! inp of every describion and n.ar?v facturo books, such aH ledgers. Jour naif, etc. Tho plant IH one of the largest and most completely equipped in tho upper section of the state, and is manned hy large force of skirted printers, hinders and other artisans necessary to thc. conduct of a busi nesn of this kind. Mr. T. K. Roper, manager of tho concern, ia a veteran in the field. He has been In business in Anderson for i number of years, and besides be ing proficient in his work is a splen did business man and an affable gen tleman, ?mean' Just Lift the Receiver ' ; ''..if tr ? Uli the Hook T^HE Bell telephone is so simple that a childi or servant * or blind person can operate it as well as you can. Just lift the receiver off the hook and a trained operator re sponds instantly, prepared to render efficient service such as only human intelligence can produce. ' ?n the dead of night you can use the Beti telephone, and even if a light r.s not convenient you have the assurance that the operator will respond when you In the receiver from the hook. Recently burglars who entered a Jacksonville, Fla., store accidentally knocked the Bell telephone receiver from the hook a nd die intelligent operator failing to get a response, called the police and notified th? owner of the store. J.- ?. fC Such human service as this makes the Bell telephone an indispensable business asset and an invaluable protection for tike home. Are you a subscriber? SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY m NOTICE I am forced to do business on a cash basis. After May 1st 1 will do business for cash only. WHEN you have TIRE TROUBLE call us. WE arc TIRE DOCTORS. We sell GOODYEAR and AJAX TIRES. HOWE RED TURES and ACCESSORIES. VULCANIZING A SPECIALTY ALL WORK GUARANTEED Templeton's Vulcanizing Works Phone 270 108 N. McDuffie St. FREE AIR. SUMMER SCHOOL, WINTHROP COLLEGE ROCK HILL SOUTH CAROLINA. June 15 to July 23, 1915. Courses of Study Full courses of study will be provided to meet the needs of: 1. Superb. tnndents and Principals; 2. Hieb School Teacher?; 3. Primary and Orada Teachers; 4. Rural School Teachers. Faculty A large Faculty bAs been secured, composad of specialists and leaders of nduca<ion In thia and other States. Speci?l Features Model School through first six grades. Special course lu Rural School Problems. Kindergarten practice and lectures on Montessori methods! A ?eneral lectures and entertainments. Best features ot Summer Schools. Acommodatlons unexcelled. County Boards of Education are authorised to renew certificates still la force for all teachers who do satisfactory work in this Summer Behool sod lake the Anal examination. For rates and further information, write for Summer School Bulletin. D. B. JOHNSON, President, Rock Hill, Sf C. .u_jai_u .I..H1.IL..JHUJ-1-isssssisssjassi H.im . li" i JAItiHHWWIIllillilWI lil||||ll>|ll>lilldl|l|i|l FOR RENT The store building on N. Main Street, recently vacated by the Anderson Intelligencer Job De? i pertinent. This store room cnn be rented very cheaply for the next few t. onlhs. li in ter?*ted, phone 321 AT ONCE *9 mi Ti re stone TIRES They are the tires that carry you longest, far therest and easiest, with most mites per dollar and fewest stops on the way. For Sale By Todd Auto Shop ? ? ' I I..? ?. <l I HM ll?