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COLUMN WART ADVERTISING ?A I KN Twenty-five words or less, Ooo Time 2G cents, Three Times 60 cents. Kix Times 11.00. All advertisement over twonty flvo words prorata for carn ad ditional word, ltatcs ou t .000 words to bo um-d lu a month made on application. No advertisement taken for less than 25 cents, cash tn ad vance. If your name appears in thc telophone directory you can tele phone your want nd to "-'1 and bill will bo mailed after itu in sertion for prompt payment. WANTS TYPEWRITERS-200 new, rebuilt, shop-worn and second Kimi type writer*, all mukes $10.00 up. Easy terms If desired. Tell UH what you want. J. K. Craytou /? Co.. Charlotte, N. C. C. C. Dargan, Local Repre sentative. 10-7-lSt WANTED-50 to 100 hoad of first class, sound mules, 4 to 8 years of ago. Wo aro not buying for tho war. Want moro class, and willing lo pay bettor price. The Fretwell Company. 8-2U-tf. WANTED-You lo know that I am this season handling tho Oenulne Tennessee Dluo Gem Coul, and not asking anymore for lt than you nave paid for Inferior coals. I have a stock of the best wood in town on hand. Give me a trial. W. ?. Ul mer. Phone 649. WANTED-Every house keeper in An derson to try a loaf of "Aunt Mary's Cream Bread." lt's made at home and your grocer keeps it Ander son Pure 7ood Co. 8-lo-Dtf WANTED-A good farm for ono or our customers. If you have n farm for sale wo will bo glad to consider lt. Linley & Watson, (Jno. Linley W. E. Watson.) LOST LOST-niack leather pocket book with $18 in paper money and some small? chango. Reward If returned to this office. ?1rs. C. C. K^y, Town vllle. 10-7-tf. FOR S AUE. FOR SALE-One five room cottago on S. Main St.. also for salo or rent one Ave room house on Nardin Ave. Phone . 361 or call on Mrs. O. H. Rodd, 638 N. Fant &t.. 10-D-Ot. FOR SALE-Two heaters and one cooking stove at a bargain for quick sale. See or phone A. M. Myora, Phone 9084 or call at Telephone of fice for Mr. Myers. 10-8-3t. FOR SALE-Am offering a small amount of Peoples Bank stock at a good value. W. N. Walker. FOR 8ALE TO.MERCHANTS ONLY Flour, horse, stock, poultry and hog feeds of all kinds, including hay, alfalfa and cyclone feeding meal; Tellio, and Rising Sun Seir Riaing flours, too; and at prices to suit. O. E. Turnor at P. & N. Freight sta tion. FOR SALE-Onion sots; White Pearl. Bermuda, Prize Taken, Silver, Skin, Yellow Danvers, and Multipliers, This ls planting season. Fvirman Smith, SeedBtnan. FOR SALE-If real estate is what you want, I havo county, suburban and city at the lowest price. 1 will be glad tu show yon soma of my specials. If you have property for sale see mo. W. M. Walker. FOR SALE-A farm of 131 acres with in ono milo of Little Rlvor church, in Abbeville county. Has a good four room house and now bnrn; 20 acres in bottom land and 30 nore* tn good cotton land. Also. 98 2-4 acres In another place with a houao and barn, 60 acres In cultivation. Will sell either place for $20.00 an aero on euoy terms. Address W. W. Cllnkscales. Bolton. S. C. FOR RENT FOR RENT-tine furnished front room down stairs within block ot tlie public square. Will rent to ene or two young men. Apply to Iutelligencer Office.-lC-8-tf. FOR RENT-Nine room house with all modern conveniences. Located on Boulevard on car Uno; largo barn and automobile house. Pos session given October 16th. Apply to W. S. Ramsey. 10-7-8t FOR RENT-Two horse crop near Oreen pond school. ' Mrs. T. A. Bolt, Townvil?e, S. C. 10-5-3t. MISCELLANEOUS WE ABE PAYING $35 per ton for cot ton seed and selling hulls at twelve dollars per ton; coal $4 to $5 pel ton. These prices at our yards. Martin Coal & Wood Co. IN PLACING! your Sro Insurance, re member that Frank * DeCamp Realty Company represents only strong, old ttae companies. Your business will be appreciated. 10-7-tf. FOR SORS ?YES-We have the Dr. Harris prescription for sore eyes gives instant relief. Owl Drug Co.. Phone fiSS. 10-2-lm. We have add ed a Grocery department to our business and will carry a full linc of Heavy and Fancy Groceries-Have just re ceived a Car Load of the Hnest Flour a Car Load of the Best Salt and a full line of Canne d Goods, Sugar, Coffees, eic. You will find anything in Grocery linc here and our Mr. A. E. Mull will ?>e glad to serve you at any hour of the day and at prices to let you live too. Come in and sec us-r-We will save you money and give you thc Freshest Goods in town. Anderson Hardware Co. CASTO RIA For Infants and Children In Use For Over 30 Years Signature of l*#afyZT<&?C?4*i AT THE BIJOU EVERY THURSDAY CITR01.AX CITROLAX CITROLAX Best thing for constipation, nour Gtomach, lacy Uvor and sluggish bowels. (Stops a sick headache almost at once. Gives a most thorough and satisfactory Hushing-no pain, no nausea. Keeps your system cleansed, swoot and wholesome.-R. H. Wcih ocht. Salt Lake City. Utah, writes: "I find Cltrolax the best laxativo I over used. Docs not gripe-no un pleasant aftereffects." Sold every where. PIEDMONT & NORTHERN RAILWAY COMPANY Condensed Passenger Schedule Effective Inns 6. 1815. arrivals ANDERSON: .lo. tl. .. .. 7:85 A M No. 33. 9:35 A sf. No. ?5..11:40 A BL No. 87.1:10 P. M. No, 3?.8:40 ? BL No. 41.4 .. * .. .. 0:00 P. M. No. 43. 0:60 P. M No, 45.10:20 P. M. Departures No. 80. .0:tf A M. No, 88... 8:8? A M. NO. 84.. ...10:80 A sf. NO. 86.18:10 P. M. Nc 88. 8:80 P. M. No. 40.. j*?4:?0 P. M. Ko. at.5:40 P. BL No. 44.. ,.9:16 P. IL a 8. ALUM. NEVER HAPPY UNLESS IS SERVING SENTENCE ESCAPED FROM CITY JAIL THURSDAY NIGHT, US ING SAW IS OLD AT GAME Haskell Davis, Young Negro, Re leased From County Gang, Gets in More Trouble. Haskell Davis, a negro boy about 17 year* old. made his oscs|ie from t i? city Jail Thursday by sawing ooo of til? bars In the window of Iiis calI in two. He was put io tho cell Thurs day afternoon and whoa tin- keeper went to give him his breakfast yes terday morning, ho had flown tho coop. A hack :;.iw waa used in saw Ing tve three-quarters Inch bar* lu two, a piece of the saw being lound In Hu- cell yesterday morning. Only a few days ago Davis wa?: turn ed looso from ('apt. McConnell's squad of tho county convicts. Ile was serving a sentence bf '>0 days for stealing a pair of ?hoes. However, this wan not tho first time that Davis had hoc: on tho coun ty gang, Once before he served a term of a few months and after iln ishlnK lils sentence <:e stopped right back Into Jiis old ways. Just a few days u'.ter ho wns released, he stoic a pair of shoes but ran off to (Jn'on vllle before he could he arrested. Arriving In Greenville he could not resist the desire of obtalpiiin some pretty articles of clothing which ho Ciad seen, and as thc result he p;ot a sentence of six months In that coun ty. After BcrvinK his sentence he was brought bark to Anderson mid niven :?0 days for stealing the shoes. Now he is in mischief asain and will nrob ablly bc apprehended within a few days. Ile had been placed in Jail for stealing paint brushes from Mr. \V. L. Brlssey. Capt. McConnell said yesterday fr'.iat Davis was oho of tho best work ing mon he had ovor had and that he was released that it would onlly ho a short time before ho would have him back anaIn. PHILADELPHIA NATIONALS WON OPENING GAME OF BIG CHAMPIONSHIP SEMES (CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE.) Fourth Inning. Doston- Hoblltzell out, Nlchoff to Luderus; Lewis fanned; Gardner sin gled, Karry filed to Cravath. No runs, ouo hit, no errors. Philadelphia-Paskert singled, Cra vath sacrificed; Shore tp Moblitzull; Luderus put, Barry to Hoblltzell; Paskert on third. Pdskert .scored ; Paskert scored on Whitted';. infield hit; Whitted stole second; Nie .oft" out, Scott to Hoblltzell. One run; 2 hits, no errors. Fifth Inning. HOE ton-Cadye out, Nichoff to Ho blltzell. Shore singled. Hooper file J to Haue.oft. Scott forced Shore; Nlchoff to IJancroft. No r. ns, or-; hit; no errors. Philadelphia-Hums fanned, Alex ander filed to Lewis. Stock safe on Shore's fumble; Bancroft out, Shore to Luderus. No runs; no ?.?Its; ono error. Sixth Inning. Boston-Speaker flied to Whitted; Hoblltzell singled, Lewis fanned; Hoblltzell stolo second; Gardner flied to Hum:',. No runs, one hit, no er rors. Philadelphia-Paskert out, Shoro to Hoblltzell; Cravath flied to Speak er; Luderus out. Darry to Hoblltzell No runs, no hit? no errors. Seventh Inning. Boston-Darry singled, Cady sacrl flved Alexander to Luderus; Shore fanned; Hooper fanned. No runs, one lilt, no errors. Philadelphia-W-Mttod filad to Lew is; Nlchoff ont; 8horo to Hoblltzell; Burns out. Barry to Hoblltzell. No runs; no hits: no errors. Eighth Inning. Boston-Scott popped to Bancroft: Speak, r walked; Hohlltzoll out, Stock to Luderus. Speaker scored on Lewin singlo. Gardner filed to Pea? kort. Ono run; no hit; no errors. Phil adel.-.hin-Alexander out Barri to Hoblltzell; Stock walked; Bancroft sfdgled; I*nskcrt walked; Stock scored when Scott threw out Cravath at first; Luderus out stealing. Cady to Scott. Two runs; two Ciits; no errors. Ninth Inning. Boston-Barry fanned. Henrick sen batted for Cady. Henvickson safe on Ludemis fumble. Ruth batted for Shore. Ruth out Luderus unassL>Ud. Hooper fMed to Luderus. No runs; no hits; one *?rror. H H E Philadelphia..,3 B ? Boston.1 3 1 Batteries. Batteries-Alexander and Burns; Shore and Cady. Umpire Jilom. The forecast for today "is fair and cooler. . f Hy Series at Chicago. At Chicago-Americana f.. Nation? ala 2. Third game of city series. Two Children If sd Croan. Tho two children of J. W. Nix, mer chant, Cleveland. Ga., had croup last winter. Ono waa a boy of 6. the other a girl of 8 years. Mr. Nix writes: "Both got so choked up they could hsrdly breathe and couldn't talk. I gave them .Foley's Honey and Tsr and nothing c'.se.and lt entirely eared them." This relisbte medicine should he In every home for lt gives Immed iate relief from colds, coughs and croup, heals raw In flammed throat and loosens phlegm. Sold everywhere. FAVORITES IN $50,000 RA?E E From top t> hutt^Mit Darin Bests. lifi? Burmun. Barney Oldfield. Earl Cooper. Relph De Pahna. These groat auto., racers are tho favorites for the Astor Cup race, the prizes for which amount to.$50,000. Tho Sheepshead Bay raco track in j Now Vork, tho scene in past years rif tho races of the greatest orso'! the world has known, has bee- built over for the purpose. Of these auto drivera j perhaps Rosta is tho most sensational. In t'iv?? starts In great races ho has won four. Ile broke the 500-mile and .intermediate roc?rds. In Chicago earlier In thc yoar. To give a wido distribution of t..e money and insure'a big Hold coutlm lng in tho race to the end, the purse of $50,000 will be spilt Into twelve prizes an follows: First, $20.000; second, $10,000; thir,d, $5,000; fourth, seventh, $1.100; u.?Mh, $1,200;- ninth, $1.000; fifth, $3,000?'sixth $2.000; $1.100; tent:.*. $1.000; eleventh, $800, twelfth. $500. IMGENETHVE Jvery thing JLiver Phone SS SUNSHINE Fresh Buckwheat, package . Pure Maple Syrup, pint .... Pen Otk* Syrup made fri sugar., . All Pure Fru?i jams and Pres? SPECIAL SATUR! 1 Do^en Pink Salmon . . . (Limit! IO rb Bucket Lard. (Limit 1 Phon 269 Greet EA? ANDEM?HEA?fE The Play, "The White Suter,'* Wa? Beat of Any Yet Of fered By the Company. Last night at thc Anderson a house that filled tho auditorium and bal cony greeted t.ie Norene St. (lair Stock company's "feature" play, and it was ail and more that the manage ment claimed for it. "Tho White Sis ter" is without 'incition tho strong eat play ever offered hore by any popular priced company. The mar vel ls that such a ;:luy with the big royalty that- undoubtedly ?aid 'or its use could be presented in BUCJ. a finished manner at the price. Thc Norene St. (.lair Stock company is no wassured of the place of honor among popular priced organizations that havo ever played here. Miss Francis as Madam Dubois, the White Sister, was Bplondid, and registered a successful performance in every de tain. Much mon? ou!d bo easily said In pr?iiso of this lady's sterling performance? Bpaco alone preventing. .Miss St. flair Kati a minor part, but randled it cleverly, as did Miss Kmoise. Mr. I'.eaubiou a:* Captain Louis, pave a finished performance, and WOS ably assisted hy the Messrs. j Murray, Summers and Foster. Mr. i Pollock as Monsieur Montjoie, n re formed regtio, pavo a performance I that for ease and general delivery lias not bean equalled hero Jn a long time. Ile is a thorough artist in the Dort nnd his striking appearance only adds further to his always attractive pei foi mane?' Tho speciality by Summers and Elmolse royistered big. and this fine t am of artists re sponded to many encores. "Tlie White Sister," was a splendid suc cess. . The play today will he Charles Grano wine's sreat success. "The ?Awakening of Mr. Finp." ii screaming comedy in throe fine acts. This will be the play at both matinee and night performances. The Norene St. (Mair company will bo herc all next week, and will offer new plays and specialties nightly. MOTHER! OWE CHILD "SYRUP BF FIBS" IF TONGUE IS COATED If cross, feverish, sick, bilions, clean little liver and bowels. * " -- ' fruit laxative," and nothing else cleanses tho tender stomach, liver and bowels so nicely. A child simply will not stop play ing to empty tho bowels, and the re sult is, they become tightly clogged with waste, liver gets-si-.'?*i'(jnfomt aeh sours, then your little cito be romos cross, half-sick, feverish, c.on't cat, sleep or act naturally, breath is bad, Bystem full of cold, has sore throat, stomach-ache or diarrhoea. Listen Mother! See if tongue is coat ed, then give a teaspoonful of "Cali fornia Syrup of Figs," and, in a few hours all the constipated waste, sour bile and undigested food passes out of the system, and you have a well, play ful child again. Millions of mothers give "California Syrup of Figs" because it is perfectly harmless; children lovo it, and it never fails to act on tho stomach, liver nnd bowels. Ask your druggist for a 50-cent bot tle of "California SyTup of Figs," which has full directions for babies, children of all nges and for grown ups plainly printed on tho bottle. De ware of cour.;crfo'-, sold here. Get the genuine, made by "California Fig Syrup Company." Refuse any other kind with contempt CHICHESTER S PILLS V -r-v TUE P1AMOSD BRAND). JV /OijK Lud Int Aak inrUnunrUKor A\ ^rZ^Stn i->??. *c?w Kith nit? RU??*. \S 1f\ 9* ?!9 7'''" vtk*r- Brr pf y mmr v IV Jg m?llONO URANO Fl LL*, fcc ?ft ^ S010 BY BttUjGlSIS ttqWlOT RETTflLMORE ybody floats 269 Greenville CRACKERS ._..10c, 15c & 25c . 26c A 50c vm pure cane and maple . .. . .25c&50c trvet .._... .25c db 30c rv A ?i# w?ww-? ? * u?\i run tAan .98c l>ozen) . . ..,.90c Backet) s 86 twills St. Children Cry for Fletcher's Tho Kind Yon Have Always Bought, and wiiich hus been in uso for over SO years, has borne tho signature ot aud has been made uniter hi? per SyP sj^-Frf-f-J2- ' sonni supervision since Its Infancy. /<Zuc*us<4, Allow no ono to deceive you in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-us-good 99 aro but Experiments that trifle vidi and endanger tho ht-ulth of Infants and Children-Experie nco against Exp cr haunt. What is CASTORIA ?astoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pare goric, Drops and Soothing Syrups, lt Ls pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphin? nor other ^Narcotic substance. Its aj?o is Its gnarantco. lt ?cstroys Worms and allays Feverishness. For moro than thirty years lt has been in constant uso for tho relief of Constipation, Flatulency, "Wind Colic, all Teething Troubles and IMarrhnea. It regulates tho Stomach and Bowels, assimilates tito Food, giving healthy and natural sleep. Tho Children's Fanacca-Tho Mother's Friend, GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS > Be ar s the Signature of In Use For Over 30 Years Tho Kind You Have Always; Bought rOttt'. Ct TV. Test this yourself t Send for a sample bog o? our famous "Silver Label " Five O'Clock Tea-all ready for your teapot-enough for three cups and see how refreshing and delicious it is 111-113 Hudson St. "SAFE-TEA FIRST" and Alway? New Yolk Cky Award?! Gold Medal. San Fraausco. 1915 DO^XOURiOWN^SHOPPING r ?eOnyx'**^?: Hosiery Gives the BEST VALUE for Your Money, . Erny Kind fron Cotton to Silk, Far Ken, Wera sal CUUm Any Color and Style From 25c to $5.00 per pair\ look for the Trade Markt - Sold br AU Good DeatcnA 4 . ? \ ' Wholesale Lord & Taylo? \ . ] HBW YORK Saves 7-8 of the labor of planting. THE COLE ONE-HORSE GRAIN DRILL If yon plant your grain crop right between your cotton or corn rows* I with a COLE ONE-HORSE GRAIN" DRILL, you arc far surer of,a good, stand when winter la over than if you sow broad-cast, or wltii 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 nead to.whit until the crops aro gathered, No need to make seven trips to plow an * harrow the land. The ?oil of your fields is well cultivated' in summer and by grain-growing time ls well settled, making an ideal sc-d-bed . ter grain. Just plant your crop between the rows with a Cole. Save 7-S of tho I labor. Ono man and one horse can easily plant 6-to 8 acres a day. Be I sides your cotton or corn crop you get a good grain crop and you can fol low thin with a cow-pea crop In the spring and plant lt with the SAMS MACHINE. Sow Gram Between Your Cotton or Cora Rows The teed are planted in little furrows which protect the grain from the winter winds and cold. No danger of thc plants "spewing" up. The seed aro planted in a basin where they secure th? mote turo they need. You can sew threo rows at a time with a Cole No. 34. Onr other ma chines sow One and two rows. Fertilizer can be applied at 4be tim* ot planting, and the machine? ls splendidly adapted to applying fertiliser to growing crops. Don't accept any pf the shoddy incitations offered. See that you get the genuine COLE. Sullivan Hardware Co.