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THE UNIVERSAL CAR
More than One Million now in use-500,000
more are to be sold this year. No other motor
car in the entire world has such a wonderful re?
cord for service; This year's lowered prices
mean the same Ford car of quality and reliabilt
ty for less money-that's all. The runabout
is $3.90; Touring Car $440; Coupelet $590;
Town Car $640; Sedan $740, f. o. b. Detroit.
On sale at
ANDERSON AUTO CO.
Mogul 8-16 SavesIts OwnPrice
In Fuel Bi}! Reduction
'TM! AT'S true. A Mogul 8-16 kerosene tractor
:?1 . . saves ' its own price, in fuel bill saving, as com- ,
pared with a gasoline tractor. < ; . <
Until April. 1st the price remains afc $675 cash
I. o; b. Chicago. Fortunate early purchases of ma
terial still allow you this low figure. After'April lot
the price will be $725, same terms. .
At either price the Mogul 8-16 is by far the most eco^
nomical tractor because it operates on cheap*, common kero
sene or coal oil. Gasoline to-run the gasoline tractor costs
-over 100 per Gent more than the kerosene a Mogul 8-16
wjllusev Which jsbest fop y pu? ^
You know what gasoline costs you, and you know what
you pay for kerosene. Pigure it out yourself, or see your
dealer, * This is a saving you can't afford to miss.
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International Harvester Company of America ,
. " ? (tscoiporated). ..
?!os~! ?-rcccnc tractors are ?old by.
Anderson, S. C.
The Intelligencer places at the disposal of its advertis
ing patrons tho best equipped newspnp er plant tn Piedmont
Carolina. This means'better service, more careful set-up
and prompter methods of handling adver rising- than ?can be.
cecured elsewhere. ?
TRAIN RAGED CITY
CAR LOAD. OF COTTON WAS
Was Called to Scene After Train
Reached Anderson and Ex
The fire depirtment was called
out yesterday morning shortly niter
ll o'clock to extinguish a car load of
cotton which had caught fire. About I
:t") bales were badly burned, and th?
car was; damaged In that the roof was
about burned off.
There is an Interesting story in ?
connection with (his fire. The car'
lead of colton was being brought to
Anderson by the regular freight
train over the C. &r W. ('. A few
miles above Starr the fire in Uio car
was discovered. The engineer In
charge of the train hud all of tho
cars behind the burning tar cut
loose, and then had tho train rushed
to Anderson as fast as possible so
that' water protection might he se
cured. Before reaehiiiK the clt>
the flames had made considerable
Thc train made the flr^t stop at the
Peuplera OH mill but thc fire de
partment, was unable-to reach the
fire because of the trestle. The
train was then moved up to the West
Market, street crossing and when
the fire department reached the scene
the flames were extinguished.
FUNERAL Mit. ASHLEY
Was Held Sunday Alteraoon nt Mt.
Bethel ('ii ur ch.
The funeral services or Mr. J. W.
Ashley, who died on Saturday mum
ing, were hold on Sunday afternoon
at Mt. Bethel church ot li o'clock, the
crowd attending being estimated at
between 4.000 and 5,000 people, many
coming from neighboring counties.
The services were conducted by
tho F.'2V. W. B." Hawkins, who was
assisted by tho.Rev. X. G. Wright.
The services lasted nearly -wo noun
nnd since only a few hundred were
ablo to get inside the church, the
others waited outside. After thc
services an opportunity was given for
those present to view the body.
The Carolina chorus will meet this
afternoon In the "Hotel Chlquola.. im
mediately after the chautauqua pro
gram has 'boen finished. This'.will
bo about 5'o'clock and a full atten
dance ls requested.
MR. LILES WITHDRAWS
Thanks Public For Support But De
clines to Run.
On account of illness 1 withdraw j
from the raco for Alderman of Ward
Six and in doing so I 'wish to thank
my friends and the public for their
kind support they were giving me
aud aa .Mr. barter, my opponent has
made a success a3 Alderman I be
speak for him your heartiest sup
fSJgned)' , W. W. Lyles.
Yours very truly,
For Sprains, Lameness,
Sores, Cuts, Rheumatism
\jPenetratks and Heats.
Stops Pain At Once
For Man and Beast
25c 50c. $1. At All Dealers.
Mao, GoWe&, ai
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AWAY A Uti--*
81 N?8 . ACROSS COSTI N EST
Caruso In Atlanta Heard in Snu
Atlanta, April 30.-B, Caruso, tho
Italian tenor, who lins been here,
during the local grand opera season,
sang today to some 3,000 Californians
who had assembled in San Francisco
io celebrate the tenth anniversary of
Han Francisco's recovery from the
disastrous earthquake und fire. Tho
tejior sat In his beti room ut a local
hotel shortly after 5 o'clock this
morning and sang "Tho Rosary" nnd
an Italian love song into a telephone
transmitter, while at the other enl
of the wire, so far away Chat the dif
ference in time ?nad? (lt Saturday
night for the listeners, telephone re
ceivers magnified and made plain the
clear notes of the wonderful tenor.
There was no celebration fiere, and
except, for his accompanist and a few
friends, tho tenor was uiouc when ho
tang. He hud remained up ?ill night,
spending part of the time at a final
ball, which wound u;> the operatic
THE MANICURE 1,1 MIT IS $t.S8
Jad|? Cats Down $?.20 Claim ami
Adds Some Itcnmrks )
Kalina City Star.
The best manicure In the world
one with all the requisites that go to
make the flrigor nails artistic In de
sign and color-ls not worth more
than $1 2?, according to Judge Jules
li. Culnotte of the Probate Court. -.
. Judge Oulnotto made lils ruling on
manicures in passing on a claim filed !
by Miss Lillian Kerr, a manicure at
110? Walnut street. Miss Herr filed a
claim for $2.20 against the Peltzer es
tato for 'manicuring talcum and
file." for work done on Theodor C.
Pef'zor's finger nails.
. "The best man'cnre in the world."
Judge Oulnotto said, "ls not worth
more than $1.25. Efren though the
fingers ate soaked in rosewater, the
nails polished until they shine and
sparkle like diamonds, tho fingers
dusted wi til "talcum powder and thc
na.Us shaped like, almonds by a pretty
And BO saying (the Judge cut down
the claim of Miss Herr to $1.25,
which .amount be.allowed.
A BOY'S STRANGE FATE
Lived With Negro Family Since Ills
Babyhood; Found to Be-White.
Philadelphia. North American.
Robbed of . his'); birthright for 1H
yearB, "George Hickman;'? . 13 years
ol3. who lived with u^i-negro family
beca^iso his 'f?th'er ""deserted lila
mdth'?r'upon jil^v^iVth^ hais'just hoon
recla'med,by his race.,;
?j Rejoining his motherr tho hoy has
entered upon a new, lifo under his
own name, which is ? nat to be di
vulged. ' Through the Interest hl3
strange casa awakened in a wealthy
Philadelphia family, lie is to have all
the advantages 'of?? a' preparatory
school and.later a'college education.
. To the off ort J of "Judge McNellle of
tho.Juvenile Court is due the happy
future spreading before the-lad, who
six weeks ago liad no brighter out
look on -life than that afforded by
hardworking and kindly negro fes
ter-parents, y /
Judge McNellle was'in a quandary
ior more than a in on th endeavoring
to'determine whether or not Hickman
the name, given to him by bis foster
parents, was white or*'black. Blood
tests wore employed, with no definite
result. Identification of the lad came
on Saturday through tho boy's moth?
er, Who learned of-her'child's where
abouts 'indirectly tlirc?:igh -a storv
published on March XX ? In tho North
American. .< l
. The . case arose when the lad was
hold six weekj ago -for playing truant.
Apparently he was of -the Caucasian
race,- although he had bean with the
negro, family In Philadelphia since he
was-3 weeks old. -.The boy's skin is.
quito white,. white -his. .-"sister" apd
foster-father and mother * are ^ ?'j'y
dark, - *
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PROBLEM OF HEADING
ELECTROLYSIS TO BE
DISCUSSED AT MEET
Atlanta, May 1.-The problem ot
preventing electrolytes in which all
cities having* a waterworks system,
as- well as all public utility com
panies having underground cottuee
tions, hre vitally Interested, wit) be
one ol the principal subjects of dis
cussion at the conference of tho bu
reau of standards to bo held in At
lanta beginuing tomorrow and run
ning through Thursday.
The bureau of standards comes to
the city at the 'nvituilnn of tho tech
nival committee or tho Affiliated Bn
gineering societies of tho city, .?nd
the conference will be attended by
city electricians, city waterworks en
gineers of public utility corporations-, i
consulting engineers, and others in-'
i terested. from cities throughout,
I Georgia and neighboring states. |
Electrolysis, which ls the sclent!-1
I fie name for the destructive action ol
vagrant electric currcnCs on under-i
1 ground wuter p.pe and other metallic I
underground connections, will bc dis-]
cussed by the conference on vVcdnes-1
All Day 8inging.
There will bc un ail day singing
ut Concord Baptist church next Sun
day. May the 7th.
All lovers of music arc cordially in
vited to uttend. . .
"TIZ" FIXES ACHING.
SWOLLEN, SORE FEET
How "Tiz" does comfort tired,
burning, calloused feet
. Good-bye sore feet, burning feet,
swollen feet, tender feet, tired feet.
Good-bye, corns, callouses,, bunions
:and raw spots. No moro shoe tight
ness, no more limping with pain or
drawing up your face in agony. "Tl?."
ls magical, acts right off. -"Tia"
draws out all the poisonous exuda
tions which puff up the feet. Use "Tiz"
und forget your foot misery. Ah J how
comfortable your feet feel.
Get a 2C-cent box of "Tiz" now at
any druggist or department store
Don't suffer. Have good f-Jct. ?lad
feet, feet that never swell, aever hurt,
noyer get tired. A year'p foot comfort
guaranteed or money refunded.
COMB SAGE TEA IN
HAIRJO DARKEN IT
It's Grandmother's Recipe to
Keep Her Locks Dark,
Glossy, Beautiful. .
Tho old-time mixture of Sage Ten
and Sulphur for darkening . gray,
streaked and faded hair is grand
mother's recipe, and folks ore again
using it to keep their hair a good,
oven color; which is quite sensible, as
we are living in an age when ? youth
inl appearance is of tho greatest ad
Nowadays, though, wo don't have I
the troublesome task of gathering the
sago and tho mussy .mixing at home.
All: drug stores se[j the ready-to-UBe j
product, improved by the addition of
other ingredients,' called "Wyeth's
Sago and .Sulphur Compound'' for
about GO cents a bottle. It is very
popular because nobody can discover
lt lins been aplied. Simply moisten
your comb or a soft brush with it and
draw this through your hair, taking
one small strand at a time: by morn
ing tho gray hair disapears, birt what I
delights the ladle* with Wyth's S?ge]
and Sulphur Compound is that, be
sides beautifully darkening tho hair,'
after a few applications it also pro
duces that soft lustre and appearance
of abundance which is so attractive.
This .ready-to-use preparation .I.s. a d?-1
Ughttul toilet requisite for those who'
desire h more youthful appearance.
lt Is not intended for the cure, miti
gation or prevention of disease.
? m^i * .r?vti
As You'll get
They feel right, hang vight--you'll hardly real
ize you have it on. ?
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Try a suit and you'll be fixed; (or better
try two suits). .
New Shirts, Ties, Hosiery that you will find
very smart and unusual. Come in right away
and see the many new shapes we have in Straw
Hats-$1.50 to $3.50. Panamas, toor-$3.50
to?$6.oo. ? 4. v it v;
T. L. GELY C?.
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M ITU l l l l I ? 9 M U I
"Liggett & Myers? .
Coupons and Tags Redeemed
We have in stock many of tile .:
handsome presents which aregiVen
in exchange jar Liggett & Myer$,If!
coupons ana tags. Kindly mit y
make your own selection and take..
the articles with you. ,A k \x ? :0
RED CROSS DRUG CO. '?
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