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COLUMN WANT ADVERTISING RATES Twenty-Ure words or leta, One Time 26 cents. Titree Times 60 cents, Six Times 11.00. All advertisement over* twenty five words prorata for eacb Ad ditional word. Rates on 1,000 words to be used in a mouth \\ mads on application. No advertisement taken for less than 26 cents, cash hi ad vance. It your name appears tn the telephone directory you can tele phone your want ad lo 321 and a bill will be mailed after its in sertion for prompt payment. WANTS TI FE WHITE KS-300 new, rebuilt, shop-worn and second hand type writers, all makes $10.00 up. Easy terms if dMired. Tell us what you want. J. E. Crayton & Co., Charlotte, N. C. C. C. Dargan, Local Repre sentative. 10-7-l8t WANTER-A good farm for one or our customers, ir you have a farm for sale we will be glad to consider it. Linley & Watson, (Jno. Linley W. E. Watson.) WANTED-i?D to 100 head of first clo';?, sound mules, 4 to 8 years of agc. We ' are not buying for the war. Wsnt more class, and willing to pay better price. The Fretwell Company. 8-22-tL WANTED-You to know that I am this season handling the Genuine Tennessee Blue Gum Coal, and not asking anymore for it than you have paid for inferior coals. I havo a stock of the best wood In town on hand. Give mo a trial. W. O. Ulmor, Phone 649._ WANTED-Every house keeper in An ? derson to try a loaf ot "Aunt Mary's Cream Bread.", it's made at home and your grocer keeps IL Ander son Pore 7ood Co. 8-15-Dtf "~ LOST ?" a LOST-Blsok leather pocket book with $18 in paper money and some small change. Rewsrd if returned tn this office. Mrs. C. C. Kay, Town vllle. 10-7-tf. FOR SALE FOR SALE-Am ?offertr.rf a smsll amount of Peoples Bank stock at a good value. W. N. Walker. FOR SALE-A farm of 131 acres with in one milo ot Little River church, in Abbeville county. Has a good four room house and new barn; 20 acres in bottom land and 80 acres In good cotton land. Also, 98 3-4 ' acres in another placo with a house and barn, 60 acres in cultivation. Will sell either place for $20.00 an acre on easy terms. Address W. W. Cllnkscales, Belton, 8. C. FOR SALE TO MERCHANTS ONLY Flour, horse, stock, poultry -ad hog feeds of all kinds, including hay, alfalfa and cyclone feeing meal; Tellio, and Rising Sun .Self Rising flours, too; and at prices to suit G. E. Turner at P. & N. Freight sta tion. Ip* SALE-If real estate is what you want, I have county, suburban and city at the lowest price. I wUl be glad to show you some of my specials. If you have property for sale see me. W. M. Walker. --- _ T-- . _ | | ?i j| FOR SALE OR RENT-Fine river plantation In Rock Mill township, ono milo below Andersonvllle known ct Mitt Simpson place. This farm contains 280 acres, fifty acres fine bottom land. For further informa tion soe Mrs. W. H. Simpson, 132 Telly Street, City. 9-28-7L FOR SALE-Onion sets; White Pearl. Bermuda, Prise Taken, Sliver, Skin, Yellow Danvers, and Multipliers. This is planting season. Furman Smith, Seedsman. FOR RENT FOR RENT-Nine room house with ? all modern conveniences." Located on Boulevard on car line; large barn and automobile house. Pos session given- October iii th. Apply to W. S. Ramsey. 10-7-3L s FOR RENT--Two horse crop near Green pond school. Mrs. T. A. BolL Townvtlle. S. C. 10-S-3t. MISCELLANEOUS 0 IN PLACING your fire insurance, re member that Frank & De Camp Realty Company represents only strong, old line companies. Your business will.be appreciated. 10-7-tf. FOR 8fi|| EYES-Wa have the Dr. Harris prescription tor sore eyes gives instant relief. Owl Drug Co., Phone 686. 10-2-lm. WE ARE PAYING tts ?er ton for cot . ton seed and selling hulls at ten dollars per ton; coal $4 to $S per ton. These are prices at our yard. Martin Goal * Wood Co. FOLEY KIDNEY rtfIS I THE ANDERSON THEATRE HIGH SCHOOL TEAMS CLASH TOMORROW ANDERSON AND SPARTAN BURG FOOTBALL TEAMS WILL PLAY A GOOD GAME b Expected and Attendance Ought to Bc Large-Admission 25 Cents to Be Charged. Tomorrow afternoon shortly uftor 4 o'clock the loca high school fool? hall team will play tho I>;thcl high ?'?hool of ^partunburg, and thc game will attract large crowds. All of the hlgt.i school pupils are talking the guuto and they are advertising lt well. This game ought to be u good ex hibition of footbull. When one gees to a high school football Kaine be ex pects to see some real live bucking and a little scrapping on the parts ot the players und this ulways mids umich interest to the contests. The Anderson team has been putting lu hard practice and state that they are ready for the fight. The Suar ti'.nburg team ia said to be a fast one md aro coming over here with th? d?termination to go back borne vic torious. Tho game Is to bo ployed on the grounds at. IJcunu Vista park and they will bo put in first class condi tion today and the goal uprights erected. The Spartanburg team will arrive In tho city abut". 2 o'clock. The teams will leave on tho Itivor street car which leaves the square at 4 o'clock and will begin tho game a few minutes afterwards. Au ad mission price of 2."? eenie will bo diiargcd. Other games to be played by the An derson team this season are as fol lows: Two with Wofford Fitting school, ono in Anderson. Greenwood high school in Ander son on Thanksgiving day. Elberton high school in this city. B. M. I. in Greenwood,. CITBOLAX CITROLAX CITROJLAX Best thing for constipation, sour stomach, lazy liver and sluggish bowels. Stops a sick headache almost at once. Gives a most thorough and satisfactory flushing-no pain, no nausea. Keeps your system cleansed, sweet and Wholesomo.-U. H. Weih ecbt, Salt Lake City, Utah, writes: i VI lind Cltrolax the best laxative I ?ever used. Docs not gripe-no un pleasant after-effects." Sold every where. Geis berg's Potato Chips Fresh, and Crisp Daily, Phone No. 733. ?E8! THE AN 1>KUPON THEATHE CASTOR IA For Infants and Children In Use For Over 30 Years Air ays bears ibe Signature of PIEDMONT db NORTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY Condensed Passenger Schedule. Effective June 6. 1?16. Arrivals ANDERSON: Mo. 31. .. 7:86 A. M. No. 83.9:36 A. M. No. 86... .. ..11:40 A. IL No. 87.1:10 P. IL No. 89. 8:40 P. M. No. 41., ., f:00 P. M. No. 48. .. 6:50 P. M Na 46...10:20 P. M. Departures NO. 80. 6:86 Ju M. Np. 88. 8:26 A. M. No. 34.10:80 A. M. No. 86. .. ..12:10 p. M. No. 88.8:80 P. M. No. 40. 4:60 P. IL No. 42... 6:40 P. IL No. 44.9:16 P. IL O. 8. A.LLEN, wrasse Manage* RED SOX, AMERICAN LEAGUE CHAMPIONS, TO PLAY FOR WORLD'S CHAMPIONSHIP. * T *l ? STANDLftti OF TH1 CLUBS. ? American. Won. Lost. P.C. Boston. 101 49 673 Detroit. 100 54 649 Chicago. 93 61 604 Washington. 86 67 5621 Now York. 88 . 83 450 .St. Louis. 63 91 409 Cleveland ....... 59 95 376 Philadelphia. 43 109 282 National. Won. LoBt. P.C. Philadelphia. 90 62 592 Boston. 83 68 550 Brooklyn. 80 72 527 Chicago. 73 80 477 St. Louis. 72 80 474 Pittsburgh. 72 81 471 Cincinnati. 71 88 463 New York. 68 88 450 YUS! THE ANDERSON THEATRE .???.?.???.??..*> .>?? ? ? ? ? IKSTERDAY'S RESULTS. ? ****>.>.?*.? v-??**?*****? ? ? i Nutlonal League. At Boston 1; New York. 0. At Boston 1; Now York 0. At Philadelphia 9; Brooklyn 6. At Philadelphia 3; Brooklyn 2. No others scheduled. ? American League. At New York 0; Beeton 2. At New York 2; Boston 4. At Washington 4; Philadelphia No others scheduled. YES! TH iv ANDERSON THEATRE Ha waa a "reformed" old-fashioned country. newspaper editor that had found farming a better paying indus try than editing, and ho was discus sing crops with a company ot fellow farmers at the village grocery, . says The Indianapolis News. "Well, Lem, 1 s'poss you're , a regular farmer now-been at it for 10 .yeara," remarked one ot the frteads. "Oh, I'm a farmer al! right,"' aald Lem, "and I ?'nose I'll always be one, but I tell you the smell o' print ers ink Is still music to my ears." YES! THE ANDERSON THEATRE Little Lemuel-Say. Paw. wfcat ls the .meaning ot ostentation?. Paw--Ostentation, son,' is a way tho neighbors have of sheding off. Indianapolis Star. Ready,for lt. Ho. was traveling tn. the sauih and had to put up 'tfrer night at a sec ond rate hotel In'western eGorgla, relates T;:e Argon ist. He said to the clerk when he entered. "Where shall 1 autograph?" "Autograph?" seid ' the clerk. "Yes; sign my hame, you know." "Oh, right here;'* As 'ic was signing his nr-?? in the register In came three follows Imme diately recognized as Georgia "crack ers." One of them advanced to the desk. "Will you autograph?" asked the clerk, his face aglow with the pleas ure that comes from the conucious n?ss of intellectual superiority. "Certainly,", said, the "cracker" his face no less radiant than t'.at of the clerk; "mine's rye" YES! THE AMIEBSON THEATRE Saves 7-8 of the labor of planting. THE COLE ONE-HORSE GRAIN DRILL If yow ] : grain crop right between youf cotton or corn with r. COM: OffK-HOIf3? GRAIN DRILL, you are tar surer of a good stand when winer in over than If you sow broad-'vit, or with a Western' Drill. With one of these machines you can go right between your cotton or corn rows and plant'three furrows at a time. No need to walt until the orops ore gathered. ?. No need to make seven trips to. plow and harrow the land. The Soil of your fields is well cultivated in summer and by grain-growing time ia well settled, making an Ideal seed-bed for grain. Just plant your crop between the rows with a Cole. Save 7-8 of tho' labor. One man and one horse can easily plant 6 to. 8 acres a day. Be sides your cotton or corn crop you get a good grain crop and you can fol-' low this with a cow-pea crop In the spring and plant it with the SAME MACHINE. Sow Grain Between Your Cotton or Corn Rows The seed are planted in little furrows which protect the grain from the winter winds atid c?id.,. No daugei ol the plants "spewing" up. Tho seed are planted in a bssiu where they secure .the moist ar? they .need. You can sow three rows at a time with a Cole No. 34. Our other ma chines sow one and two rows. Fertiliser can be applied at the thar? of planting, and the machine ls splendidly adapted to applying fertiliser to growing crops. Don't accept any of tho shoddy Imitations offered. See that you get the genuine COLE. Sullivan Hardware Co. ?--i . i -? ? ; "i We are recommending our 10-1-0 and 10-2-0 and 10-2-?-0 for wheat and oats this fall when you sow it. This will give it stalk and grains in the head, and that it what you want in grain. If you will sow five acres in wheat and five in oats this fall, after preparing the land well and fertilizing it well with either of these goods, you will find it advantageous. The 10-2-J-p is an especially fine goods for grain. Let us hear from you". . i ? i' ' ir- i iii -? Anderson Phosphate & Oil Co. Anderson, South Carolina. I tlOTEL ?~^*~?****,ua" WASHIiWON Opposite Capitol and Uni?n Station f Af Renowned for tte High Serrice and Low Rate.: ' EUROPEAN PLAN KMH 9**7 without ?Ith $l*SO wiso Mr i.y Wit! frith $2.00 AO Rooms Outside Bookkt for rhc aafc^ 2 W. T. KNIGHt Masher.