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**TpH E mosUmportant feature of a farm power
engine today is the fuel it uses. 1 .
That, more than anything else, determines- %
its usefulness and* economy. ?
At present prices of gasoline and .kerosene, you sw.
could not afford to accept a gasoline engine as a gift,
if you had to use it. :
You could bettet afford to pay a big premium for a
Mogul kerosene engine.
See the Mogul work on kerosene. Ask your dealer
to show you the difference in fuel cost between a
Mogul in any size from 1 to 50-H. P., and a gasoline
engine of the same size. The figures will surprise
Internationa! Harvester Company of America
(lotorpsrateJ) . '
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? Mogul kerosene ermines iure uold bv
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Anderson Hardware Co,
L Anderson, S. C.
YOUR SHIRT STARCHED RIGHT
You uro particular about tho starching ot your shirts.
:;B?i.' you ''couldn't 'bo more particular about it than we are.
Wo starch every shirt in just the places where lt should be starch
ed, and to just the right degree ot stiffness_[n each place.
, We wipe all the surpluB, bael;.and yoke, and .we straighten out tho
cuffs and bosomB so they lrbn7'"juet right."
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A trial is all that, it takes i tb, ?prove this to you.
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i M .! KI; TMII i mjm I mmmi . i mm itu j jf '<} I
I If Ecoiiotny
l>- ; Has;:-A.ny ft ?
I I For yow this remarkable offering of
will command im tani recognition.
Palm Beach suits, self, and silk stripes, $7.00
values, at each i,*...........
.*Geiiuine Palm Beach Suits-Plain. Weaves and the quantity
Imitation Palm B?ach 3??st; Ml sizes at. ?'O CA
each . . . . '?.^^fe r. JP.?a^V..
Gray Palm Beach Suite a* ' ! j! ' ' $5 andi $6 .
K?e? Kool Suits,-$8:o? values at ... . . . ..- ^0 00
?BoVs Paliti Be^ch^ui^r^i??^v^???s afc;;.':' ?2 ?f?
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ARE IS? APPEAL
STATES FOR BLIND RE
LIEF WAR FUND
Mr. J. II. Anderson, President Cit
izens Biotic, Will Receive
, Tlie thous-andB of French, Belgian
and f?rltiBh soldiers who have been
blinded in thc European war are in
a pitiable condition, according to an
appeal of American banocre, philan
thropists and business men, through
tho B. P. B. Permanent Blind Re
lief War fund, 530 -Fifth avenue. Now
'The appoal was issucd-loeally yes
terday -by J, H. Anderson, president I
of tho Citizens National hank, who is
Biih-treaBurer of the fund in titi? i
locality and who will receive all local
Unable to work at former trades
thcao numerous blinded war-victims j
cannot. support themselves and their |
families. Their governments, over-j
burdened with more immediate prob
lems, aro able to do very little for]
them, the appeal states.
Six months training, on the other
hand, tho hankers, business men and
philanthropists say, can education al
most all of thCBc thousands of now
USCIOSB Mind men in 'practical, pay-]
j ing trades, in which they can sup
port themselves 'and it least partial
I ly support their families. Work of I
this kind has already been begun by.
C. Arthur Pearson, the blind English
newspaper proprietor and philan
thropist, ut St. Dunstan's, in Eng
land, by M. TVene- Vollory-Radot j
through "Les Amis1 des Soldate .
Avongier." in tho "Maison du Con
valescence" in France, and hy Miss
Winifred Holt or the committee Fran
co American pour les Aveugles, of I
which the Hon. Joseph H. Choato ia
president. Tho B. F. B. Permanent
Blind Rolief War fund seeks to as-1
slst. develop ' and enlarge these ef
Tho American bankers, buL-incssj
men and philanthropists who are is-1
suing the appeal include Frank A.
Vaudprllp, president of tho National
City bank, August Belmont, the Hon.
Elihu Root, Vincent-Astor, the Han.
Robert Bacon, Dr. Nicholas Murray
Butler, ll. S..'Senator Thomas P.
Gore, the Hon. Myron T. Herrick,
Otto H. Kahn. Josoph Widener and
j George A.\ Kessler.'
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Will Bc Held County Hospital To-j
morrow At Noon--Program
; To Be Followed
Thc Anderdon Corin ty. Medical no
[ cie?y will hold ' Its regular ? monthly
i mooting tomorrow. .Miy 37, at 12
f o'clock at the Apdorson county hos
pital'. Tho program tor'tho meeting
will deal with tho "Medical Inspec
: Hon pf"Schools" and la os follows:
: ??doal.. Standpoint-Dr. A. L.
.'- Practical Standpoint of tho Teach
er-Prof. G. W. Chambers.
-/What is -bc!ng dono in Medical In- !
spestion; in* Schools* in different parts j
ot the State-Dr. E. A". Hines.
Dental' Inspection-MDr. F. D.
Report of the board of examiners j
?0?5-16-Dr. W. H. Nardin.
Nothing better for the tweet
girl graduate than Nun.nally's, one
two or three lb. box of candy. Owl
?IMS ANB SKIN
Tba Poap kecpa my skin fresh and dear
nndrfca?p free from dandruff. Tho Oint
ment soothes and heals any skin trouble.
(e Each Free by Mell
WHITE Mi BEATEN
BY NEGRO YESTERDAY
Sam Kay Was Struck Qvcr Head
With Beer Bottle By H. *
H. A. Huh*..a negro lu In jail
having boen arrested on a warrant ia
.. aid oeioro Magistrate (?elgor charg
ing ussault and battery with Intont lol
lt seems that yesterday in o ni : n g
Mr. yam Kay, who ls employed by
Mr. Olarenco Sutherland, went down
to Huff's home, which is on thc ex
tension of West Market street, for
the purpose of collecting a hill- Just
what brought about the troir'.do could
not? be learned, hut Huff, it ls said,
picked up a beer bottle and beat Mr.
Kay over tho head, bruising him]
rather furiously. Ho then had ai
warrant sworn out and thc arrest I
was made 'by Deputy Sheriff Williams.
BY EXPERT DECORATOR
Minature Model of the United
States Capitol Building At
All children have hoard tho fairy
story of tho beautiful candy houso in
fairyland und have dreamed not on
ly of its palatability but of its beau
ty. Tonight at 8 p. ni., will be .un
veiled in ono of tho Moore-Wilson
company's show windows a fairy
palaco that will rival even tho fairest
dreams. No child In tho city wants
to miss seeing lt; and thu grown peo
ple, as they alway H do, will pretend
that they aro going merely to tako
thc children, whereas they will bc
impelled by 'their own personal de
sire to seo thlB really unique crea
I --aHy tho attraction is a minature
model of tho United States capitol
building at Washington, complet^
with its mammoth arch of triumph,
ornamental columns of liberty and
chariot of progress, its vast halla
flanked with amallcr halls running
through thc center of the building
and roaching upward lo tho great
demo, which ir?, crowned with ? tho
American ISaglo. Thc national Hap
.will wave from tho building arid tho
capitol grounds will complete tho
The material which tho builder will
uso is Royal 'chtlclo :.oap, and the
! wonder hro\Vft even an e>:pr;t
decorator *Wn qonstruet r. ich a mar
vel.' Everybody 'is invited to see
this unusually han-Jsomo window die
play, which will bo lighted by many
electric lighto. '
EXERCISE* AT CONVERSE
Invitations, were recurved . yester
day for thc twenty-sixth annual com
mencement exercises at . . Converso
college from May 2GUMo U?ih.
Th? order of tho exercises aro AS;
follows: . \L- ..:<?., ? ..
Friday, May 2yV 8:Hp p'. m.- Class
. Saturday, .May 27, 0:30 a. m- -Last
chapel ^ '
10:flu H. m.-Clasy day exercises.
8:30 p. m.-Annus! public meeting
of tho litorary societies.
Sunday, May 28."11:30 a. m.- Bac
colaurcatc sermon by. Rev. T. A.
Sntoot. D? D., Richmond; Va.
8<30 p. m.-.Address before Y. W.
C. A., hy Rev. T: Smoot, D. D.,
Richmond, Va. 5
Monday, May 29,10:30 a. m.-rCoin
Awarding of prizes.
Annual address, Judge' Mendel' L.
Presentation of diplomas and cortl
fi catea and conferring, ol degrees.
Two- Andorspn county young
.?a4les, Misses Joan and Nell Oriifln
of Wllllcmston. will, rocelvo A. B.
degrees', and Misa. Joan '-. Elizabeth
Cunningham of tho, ?jty will get, a
diploma in art. ./ >
VYIFE MUSSED UP HIS SYSTEM.
Until Married a ?in VYorc His Shirl?
tn Chronolo?ical Order.
(From The CloVaiand Plain Leader).
I know a-man who weur?. his shirt
In chronological order, that is, it ho
buys >i now shirt, he tags hvwlth his
initiais;' mtmbera lt -and piscos it at
tba bottom bf tho'pile. And no mat
ter" how much ho "likes lt, ho does
hot wear tt untU tb' come? out at tho
top of. tho pilo. Ho wont Into wordy
detall 'about' the ?co?oray of his ay?'
kelp, ??hd 'h?rsd(l6d; Ut?t he arranged
his HOCKS and underwear in tho same
nn?tin?r.Yf:/ ? ,v $>>
f'tpld him tba*, hb; would rooel Ibo
woman ot his dreauwsqmp Ano day
and that ehe wbv?td khock ?he spots
,out bf his 'Bys|em>-n^.I'.'4?ld..h<m that
ah?? Y^ould adriiire ? 'particular' ?h'rt;
bafeas ?ai delicate, .stripes lovingly
and ask why he didn't wear lt oftener
Andren he would send :lt tb the
.laundry as boon, as lt was soiled and
wear: ti as soon aa R got hack and
he would forgot tho system.
.'O^n't you believe- lt!"; he Said.'
'.The; penan doesn't Hvb w?o - could
us'sut my system!*1 . . ^
Rut I met Wm A few days ago-for
thb, nrs? timo Mfr, : He waa
hurrying to catch a car, so I had mly
timo to. ask bim ; bow be waa and
Jidw'thiuga were going. , And ho
didn't havo time to explain; h* only
shouted over his ?hb?lder. Jubilantly.
"I'm -wearing *6m every i*hleh? wayl"
cand. I hadn't even heard he : wa*
FEU NUMB fill OVER
MRS. HOGG TELLS OF RE
MARKAKBLE RELIEF TAN.
LAC GAVE HER
WAS "A GOD SEND TO ME"
Wants "All The World to Know
Just How Much Tanlac Has
v Done For Me"
Mr?. M. P.. Hogg, of 10 Linc stied.
Charleston. S. C.? told simply omi I
sincerely of the groat debt she *OWCK |
to tho wonderful virtues of Tan lac,
tire Alaster Medicine.
Mrs. Hogg's case ls truly remark
able, and her statement should creatq
a ?lo?p Impression. Tn ber*statement i
she tcllB of times when she wa? np
purcntly near death, und how her
health was restored by taking Tan
lac, and, tiding to tho wonder of lt)
all., she saya she has takeu only two j
I (iv bottles.
She said: "1 suffered from n very!
severe form of indigent on. I would'
have attacks Of acute indigestion, omi
I also suffered a great deal with my
kidneys., I would have tile moil
severo pnins In my buck and left sfile.
I was very nervous, and could not
sleep. Many a night I have stayed I
awake, perhaps tossing and rolling In 1
my bed. through tho greater purl ol
tho night. >, .
"After eating. I would have a full I
heavy feeling, ami there seemed lo
ho somcth lig pressing agni ri Kt my
heart. My livor was sluggish, ami
1 was In a generally run down con
dition. ? had spoils, -too. and would.
Just full over, unable to ?peak or
move a muscio. I waa perfectly con
scious during these attacks, hut I
felt numb and dead all over. My I
heart gave way under tho strain and
I Buffered a great deal with palpita
tion of tho heart. My doctors told
mc if I did not cat a light diet and
romain uuiot I would fall over some!
timo with ono of those spoilt* and
"Tho Tanlac . advertising finally
caught my oyo and I rcud ticveral J
statements .'.mi sccnied to fit my]
cane, and HO I bogan taking it. Ton
lao certainly' har, boen a godsend 16!
mc, too. it has certainly owrie . ul
new and well woman or mo. I havt
not weighed since'I began taking lt.
but I believe I have gained consider
I pbj'j weight, for my clothes fit tight
er. Tanlac bas given mo a great up
petite. I oat moro now than I Imp
in years ahd I digest ail I eat. All
my nervmiiAiOL's ls gone now, ned 1
sleep vory soundly.
"I do not .-bave, those, apolla now.
and I am certainly d^hig oiy. honan
work with my now strcnghth and
energy. I certainly can recommend
Tanlac, ibeeause I have takoa two (2)
hoitlcs and havo gotten relief from
it that doctora and all othor medi
cines I tried failed to give mo. . I
want all tho world to know just how
much Tanlac has dono for my ii us
.band and raysolf.
v"IJe in '/iking. Tanlac and although
I ho h:?s been on crutches ho it? now
nearly, ready tn:?brew them away., ab
nre'n* has boen bb relief from Tan
|v Tanlac,. the mastor medicino, I?
sold exclusively . in Anderson hy
Evana' Pharmacy.- Adv. * ^
NKW T?rrnrii???Sw BHCOH??
(From tho New. York Sun.)
At the . metropolitan . sanctioned
typewriting coh?osta hold under, 'tho
auspices -of the Isaao Pitman Short
hand Writers' Association at the MU?:
1er Behool, Twenty-third street and
Lexington avenue, yesterday .-Ml??,
Rose L. FYlt?. who for four Bucees
elvo yehrs held the j World's cham
pionship trophy for fast and accu-,
rate work, made a new record for
absolute accuracy, writing 118 . words
por minute.op an Underwood for IB.
consecutivo minn tea without .a. singlo
error.- Tho. beat previous record
.known was, 69 words per (roinute. '.,
Miss Fritz will receive ?tho silver
trophy presented by tho Isaac Pittman
Shorthand Writers' Association.
Get to know and road Intclli*
; jtt??& Want Ads and you will
?ton see. they will ?ayo yon many
a dollar andi get y?u what yon
want at tho sisme lime.
Nancy Hall; and
$1.50 per i,0??V
' >a??e ?1 P*o*e ti
::.*aWet:-?U ?Us- da j --of ?frfppf?
Jm> ' . .-?. <' v.
\lim \ Light in price a's: they
$6.50, $7.50, $8, $10
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Straw Hats $1.50 to $3.50 /
Panamas $3.50 to $6.00
? ??; . . . v ' . . 'yj-^iPp&'j*- . . .'
Leghorn* $400 to
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1.1.-..J JlW.-i?iJUIJUUI/l.lllin -i-fSfW
Some of the farmers arc calling for Side Dressing
now for their young corn. , . . , *.' .'. .
Their idea is to Side Dress with this mixed goods *
now and a . Title bit later with soda. This will" maxe
.corn if it can bc made. . We have the mixed goods and
tue soda. ' ' \ ,*
The oat crop is fearfully short this year and the corn
crop Lhoiiid bf* Vnussed." You will find the mixed goods \
. and Hie soda at the Farmers Oil Mill and at the' Fertile
ANDERSON, Si C.
We have special conveniences at the-;Fertilizer Mill
for loading.- V ' ' ; ? ' ?
. A. I'. S O. CO.
Adjustable .^^^^^^^??T ^;-'.:C:.^i?'.- '
^^(ffiM^^ Door? from
Screens or - ^ F^srt-S^ one dollar,
all ?kind? .fejP^I/ each up, in
?and sizes., ; ? ' ' - V ., . [Jj ,f.; < ^ ffe**';?"
? ?rt *??.?. ?frirjt- .' -.* '
your Horne. : c .