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America's first completely cipuppcd
four-wheel light oar?In'here briefly described.
To .appreciate- the price is to read carefully the scarifications,
and by comparing tin m with any oilier popular pricotl cars on the
With special foiituroo and expensive equipment, such as mechnnl
cal aelf starter, elect rie lighls ami horn, interchangeable wire
whqols, top. windshield, we belli vc we offer more real ear for the doi
li.V than otilers. #'
TitE TRI MBCLL CYCLECAR, with Its stream line body: European
stylo hood and wire wheels,bus a smart and stylten appearance, yet
is concorvallve in o-oiihmI outline !o satisfy iho most critical.
. TJio top and windshield are denigned and proportion? d In fit
tho co,?; tho clcctrlo light equipment is similar to ,und an efficient as,
that Used on tho highest priced automobiles.
The 'neatlng capacity and floor space of tho body afford ample
comfort to both tho driver and passenger.
The spare wheel 1b conveniently carried on the left side running
board or step.
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ENGINE?Four cylinder, cast enblqc, four cycle, 2 7-8 Inch bore, 4
Inch stroke. Thermo Syphon, water-cooled, "L" head, mechanically
HORSE FOIVER?14-1S at nominal speed.
LUBIHCATION?Pump,und apluBh. Pump delivers oil to nil nioln
bearings and timing gears. Crank case Is provided with reservoir
and dll pump pan into which the connecting rods dip.
IGNITION?Splitdorf high tension magneto: Dust proof and water
proof. ,r *j< >\,#M
TRANSMISSION?-Friction-chain; Four speeds forward, and re
verse, -fedl?wllrl chain.
CONTROL?tl'J?t hand drive?one hand loyer for all speeds; four for
ward and reverse.'
BRAKES-^ Standard contracting friction, operating on brake drums
on reur -wheels, und controlled by pedal foot brake. Friction may
also he used- us emergency. ,
AXLES?'Spd?lal forged'Bteel front and rear, bout treated. Dropped
Steel forgings used for knuckles and steering arms. Ball Bearing
in Hubs. / . '
WHEELS?Special wire detachable; 40 spokos to each wheel, 5-32
.inch dinmetor. " Any wheel will fit ull hubs, front and rear
TIRES?S8 inch by 3 inch Clincher type. United States Studded
Treads. . ,
? HUBS?Special pressed steel. AH wheels may be removed without
disturbing bearings. Patents pending on design.
LAMPS?Electric front and rear, special arrangement Tor dimming
controlled by switch from Beat. Current supplied by storage bat
tery. . < nzm s* a s .fiit'fi'' A A WS
WHEEL HANK?SO inch tread 44 Inch.
GASOLENE TANK?Located under cowl over dash; capacity seven
SPHI NGN?fcSeml- elliptic tranverse front and rear, special heat trcat
. ed steel; i".
BODY1?Roadster type; special stream line. Tufted upholstery; door
on right side, sociable seating; large parcel compartment at rear,
FINISH?Standard black: nickel trimmings.
SEATING CAPACITY?Two persons side by side. All pedals and
control levers within.euay reach of the operator.
SPEED?8 to 46 miles per hour.
' WEIGHT-rrApbroxlmately 950 pounds, 3 1-2 inch elenranco.
FUEL 'CONSUMPTION'?35 miles per gallon gasolene.
FRAME?-Pressed'steel, channel section,.
REGULAR KQUPMENT?-All cars are Bhlpped complete with the
following oqulpmonl: Top, with Bide curtains and envelope com
plete. Wind Shield, special torpedo type; adjustable; frame black
enamel, nieiu? .trimmings. Electric Light**, two front, one electric
light in .Hop. 'fait Starter, mechanical, operated from scat, tiiec*
trieUlnrpjlunder-hood. Oll Gange on base or reservoir of engine.
Jack, TiVoJ PnnS'p and Tool Kit.
1 THE MOTOR
The motor of the TRUMBULL Cyclecar Is well bull* of the best
material and of ample horsepower. The Internal cooling surfaces
ore large and have been designed to give maximum cooltng by the
thermo-syphon system of water cooling.
All bearing surface's are generous In size and of the best bearing
The crank shaft and cam shaft are made of special drop forgo
steel end ground true to size. -
All. parts needing oil are supplier by standard pump and splash
system, insuring long life and quiet running.
The ihotur develops 14 to 18 horsepower at nominal speed.
This motor was designed for-us by our own engineers, and has
been made as light and compact as the desired efficiency would
permit. _..?.,_ *
?UARANTEE 4 V
The materials and workmanship in the TRUMBULL Cyclecar are
of the "best throughout. Any breakage is well guarded against, but
we( the manufacturers) will only be responsible for the free renewal
of any ^jfcU?^ part which in our opinion, is duo to defective ma
terlal. Ail?good* other^than bor manufacture, and cars resold are
exempt fr6m .tn.ta guarantee.
The 'nTierg view shows thO arrangement of the dash equipment
on the TRUHBULL Cyclecar and the location of the operative parts
0? iu? car^7rv--)f ~
The. npoedbrheter is extra equipment, but can be conveniently
adjusted on the tlhr.tr as sjiowti. " "
The..lg?!Uon and lighting switches, brake, clutch and trans
mission coWtrclr. arc located ih close proximity to the steering gear
?all withinAe8sy reach of the driver.
' : ' PRICE*
Standard Model, ?ijnlpped u^'ner sp?cifications, F. O. B. freight ears,
Bridgeport; .V .- *.W?W?
J. Bristol*), Agent
FOR Y. M. I
j WORK OF THE INSTITUTION
j IS BEING CRIPPLED FOR
Directors Put Minimum Amount
To Be Raised at $50,000?
Some of Which Is Pledged
(Krorn Wednesday's Daily.)
At a meeting of lin- directors of the
Y. M. C. A. Insl night it was decided
to I n un g a rate a campaign for a new
home for the association to cost not
less than $50,000. This is in pursu
ant i- of the agreement entered Into
with Secretary Burnett when h?; was
I engaged a year ago. and also in com
; plinnt'o with die statements made to
! i lie r.uhscribera in the reorganization
1 of tho Y< M. ('. A.
I The V. M. C A. last fall and spring
j did Rome wonderful work, when the
hvk i)!' equipment is considered. It
i at:raited attention all over the United
.State:'.. The night school was hailed
1 with particular delight by the wel
j fare workers of tin; country, and the"
success of the textile night school was
regarded as the most remarkable
, tiling ever undertaken by a Y. M. C. A.
of Hi!:: r,lzo, especially handicapped
Tor teaching facilities. As a result of
that work a number of young men
have boon inspired to seek for a
broader and more liberal education,
and the ^olleg:; und tho Y. M. (.'. A. are
; .So notable han been the .achieve
ni?ai ot the Anderson Y M. C. A. lu
the last year that persons from other
j cities and in "big business" have been
trying to get the set rotary away from
1 Anderson into what they consider a
j larger field of usefulness. Mr. Bur
nett has repeatedly declined to con
rider any offers, but some, have come
; recently with such persistence that
t tho directors thought it their duty to
I to him try to give Mr. Bunrett a belter
! equipment with which to work. In
i consequence whereof It was decided
> last night that unless thure should be
1 something to interfere, the campaign
for funds for a $50,000 building will be
i inaugurated in November. It is
thought that nothing will lute refer.
Nothing To Interfere.
The field was canvassed thoroughly
J und It was found that there is no other
benevolence or charitable or ellemos
nary institution- having claims on the
! public that deslreB to put on any such
campaign fbr some time, and as the
need of a Y. M. C. A. building must be
faced some time, It was decided to
start right now. Pledges of subscrip
tions aggregating' several thousands
of dollars were made some time ago
and there was a strong sentiment to
start out for an oven more prett.a
tlous building, but Mr. Unmet and
others cautioned flint what Anderson
needs is merely a home for its Y. M.
C. A. and a comfortable and attractive
working quarters, and It would be bet
ter to have a definite and modest
amount, in view and to get it.
Anderson is the only pity of its sizo
In the country that has no Y. M. C.
\. building, and this cannot be said u
year from, now, for tho directors have
had such assurances that they believe
that,the money will be raised in four
days of the week set for the campaign,
nbout tho 15th of October. Spartan
burg Is just completing a handsome
home for Its Y. M. C. A- and the build
ing at Greenville is the center of in
terest for that bustling city. Suinter
has recently occupled'lts building sim
ilar to the one that Anderson would
tike to have.
Columbia a' few years ago put on a
Campaign for $75,000 and raised over
$100.000. The people In the cities
where the campaigns have been put
on declare that the greatest asset of
those cities is the home for the Y. M.
C. A. For every live city there is
a growing population of young men,
0 )d the atmosphere of the Y. M. C.
A. building 1b always such that the
young mri seok to get 'n there.and to
have a Uomellko place white they are
away from home. The result is that
they are kopt from straying Into mis
Good Work Appreciated.
The directors In appreciation of the
faithful and valuable work of Secre
tary Burnett for the last year voted
him a vacation, and It was announced
ithat he will receive an Increase in
: salary next year, in consideration of
the Increased responsibility and work.
The building campaign will not be
started until after the work of the in
stitution is shaped up for the winter
and after Mr. Burnett's return from
his rest, and really his vacation will
be spent in shaping matters to the
end that is desired and will not be so
much of a vacation after ?11. The night
school will have new features and ad
ditional teachers ' and the textile
school will be conducted for the en
tire six months In a manner to Im
prove the mental and technical quaU
f I .... I ~ . ? 1-'-?-? ? tfSS-i ? ? ?
who take this, course.
Mr. Burnett has also mapped out
another series of those delightful' Sun
day afternoon ' addresses such as were
delivered at the court house last win
ter and did so much good In the com
munity. . He will endeavor to engage
some splendid material while he is
away on this visit.
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CoU Bave H. Yllau
Col. Dave H. Wise of Alken, repre
senting the comptroller general, is
here checking up the books In some of
the county offices, Col. Wise has done
a mass of this kind of work in hts
time. - -
MR. VANDIVER IS
SECURED BY BANK
i Announcement Made That He Is
Shortly To Become Vice vres- j
ident of Peoples Bank
(From Thursday's Daily.
Following a special meeting of tho
(lirectors of the Peoples Hank or An.
dcrson. held in the parlor.' oi the hank
yesterday afternoon, Lee (!. Holleman,
president of the institution, announced
Una 13. I?. Vandiver, bad been elected
jVlee president of that institution and
would a??ept the position. Tills will
be of g merit! In'.arcst Cnoughotit An
derson count? in .Mr. Vandiver is one
'of tbe l.esit k'.iown ba.uk ir. y man in the
county. iie ban seen long service
with the Farmers &' Moi liant..; [lank
and Hie Farmers Loa:: Trust coin
patty and there will b* no more able
bunker in Iii? city. It Is understood
' that lie \vl!l enter upon '. is new duties!
at an early date. - ,
Willie no. unuouhc?nicnt has been
made in t'iis respect?) it Is presumed
that tbe plan:, for a new ban!:, which (
Mr. Vandiver \vaa to bead, have been ;
Takess t?nstItuMounl'?OuUi of Oflicc.
At Age of Hi. I
(By Associated Press)
Teheran, Persia, July 21?Sullanj
Amhcd .M'irza, tbe 16-yoar.old S'iah j
of Persia, today nnjtobta.ning bis of??c
ial majority took the constitutional I
c:ilb 6f o?ice in the palace of the nr.t
i,,n,> I council The" ceremony took
place in the presence of the members j
of the national council, the royal
princes, high state 'ofllcial:*. foreign)
diplomatic representatives and their
STOLEN?From Ii telligenccr office,
j Sterling Silver card case with
Sterling pencil u^d .fittings inside.
Plain finish with 'elaborate carved
monogram "S. A. -H.'l on back, con
tained small amount of money. Re
ward if returned to this office and
no questions asked. tf
STRAYED OR STOLEN?Thursday i
afternoon from Webb's corner, An
derson, one chestnut sorrel mare,
weight 880 pounds, fourteen and one
half hands high, fo?Ff?en years old,
white star in face. -Hitched to Co
lumbus top buggy,'painted black all
over. Return toiW. A'. G. McWhort
er, Denver, S. Ci
WANTED?First class' - beef cattle,
sheep and veal, weighing from
90 to 125 pounds.?W. A. Power.
212 South Main Street
choice of sr>o Farms.
50 to 500 acres, $10 to $60 per acre.
Come and 3ee. Write ' for folder.
Westorn Carolina Realty. Co., McCor
mlck, S. C. '
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for county treasurer of Ander^L
son county, subject to the*rules of theT
democratic primary. J. A. COOK, j
FOR COMMISSIONER '
_ I; .
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for commissioner Of District No.
1, comprising Corner, Hall, Savannah
and Varennes townships, subject to
the rules of the democratic primary.
PRESTON B: G AI LEY, JR.,
Ivat S. C.
By the use of this powder
Peaches, Pears, Plants? Berries,
of any kind, Fruit Juices and
auch vegetables as Tomatoes,
Beans, etc., can be preserved
without the use of ulr tight cans.
Sufficient quantity td preserve
40 lbs. frolt for 25c. . ;; *
.. At all our Stores.
THREE STORES .
You Can't Go Wrong
in buying your
at "Billy" Powers
We pride ourselves in
keeping the best,
W. A. Power
112 S. Main
WILL BE TAKEN;
Anderson Chamber of Commerce
Asked To Aid in Fight Agc?n?i
Following t!;p example of the Char
leston chamber ol commerce, almost
ail the trades bodies of South Caro
lina will shortly pass resolutions In
which they will urge South Carolina
congressmen to iiglit any legislation
which seems to discriminate for one
trad? against another. The following
is a copy of the resolutions which An
derson has been asked to adopt and
which will probably be accepted:
Whereas, the chamber of commerce
of Anderson has* been requested by
several commercial bodies and con
stantly importuned by a number of
spe?ial interests to pass resolutions
and to bring the influence of this body
to hoar upon the members of congress
of tills state with the view of secur
ing a postponement of pending legis
lation for the regulation of unfair
business practices and prevention of
unjust discrimination by corporate
Whereas, the people of the I'nited
States have demanded that certain
corporate abuses and unfair business
practices be correc ted by legislation
so far as present experience will jus
Whereas, present uncertainty !a c::
trcmcly hnrnnul to business : r.d in
riustr.ul progress, which uncertainty
is cure to continu ; i-.no'.ill conservat
ive action bo lo:'-.:< r postponed;
therefore, be it
Resolved. That the Anderson cham
ber of commerce ur:;2 lipon the mom
hcra of congre: j ircm the plate of
Ith Carolina imm?diat and vigor.
?..?.. action to -jerurc sue'* necessary
and tonner votive legislation as pres
ent experience will ju iify for fia pre
ver'.ion of unfa'r ' i -.'ne:*- ;:i :vc.-.
and discrimination r.::d restriction of
trad'1 and, be It i'.'rt'.ic:*
Resolved. Th: ; t"?fs '.ody . "sorqur/.y
pretest nsnitut the enactment of nay
'.eolation th'tt v.i'll discriminate
either directly or indirectly in favor of
nny body or special class of our citi
zens; and bo it further
Resolved. That a copy of these ros
ol.utlcn be forwaded to..JommercInl or
ganizations throughout the United
State;; with a request'for similar ac
tion and that the business men of this
city and throughout the State of South
Carolina be requested to take a simi
lar course of action.
HINDUS MUST GO
OR GET SHOT-UP
Have Fought Deportation For
Three Months, But Crisis'
Has Been Reached
Vancouver, B. C, July 20.?With
il., announcement'that the Canadin
cruiser Rainbow and a contingent o
bluejackets reinforced by details from
the .cruiser Nlobe, the situation re
garding the Komagata Maru and hei
riotous Hindu passengers became
very grave tonight.
The , Hindus, several hundred in
number, have resisted deportatioi
for three months. Early Sunda
morning they repelled immigration
inspectors und police officers who had
tried to board tho ship to quell a di
tu.bnnee. In the fight a score of
white men ?vore injured. Tho Rain
bow is expci ted to arrive after day
light and sht will embark a con Lin
Kent the Irish fusiliers and the
Duke of Com aught's own regiment.
It is then intended to train the Rain
bow's gun on t tie Keniataga Maru and
if the Hincus c'o not agree to rcmova
from the htrboi, bloodshed is be)iover
SPEED 77jMIT SET
iN PANAMA CANAL
Rules and Regulations Governing
-Navigation of Canal Have
. (By Associated Press.)
Washington, July 21.?Rules and
regulations for operating and naviga
tion of the Panama canal are provided
for in an executive order just issued.
Generally these are, framed upon the
regulations in, force in the Suez ca
nal and the Soo. though there aro new
features made necessary by peculiar
- One Is the limitation to 8iz knots
per hour imposed upon the speed of
vessels in the Culebra cut, and it is
even required that in approaching
turns vesselB shalt maintain the
slowest speed that will keep their
headway. , ?
River Pilot Charged With CarlcssnesR
I? Deposed. ~
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St. Louis, July 20.?The license of
Captain S. E. Wlthrow as a river pilot
was revoked today by United States
Steamboat Inspectors Downs a^d
Browc.. Wlthrow, who was-in the pi
lot house of the steamer Majestic
when she struck the rigging of tho
new ln-take tower at the city's water
works at Cualn-of-Rocks, near here
on the night of June 20, was charged
Are To Be Held at Double Spring*
There will be a dedication service
at Double Springs Baptist church on
n??xt Sunday morning at 11 o'clock.
- The church and community have re
arranged and built to the former
A Complete Line of Traveling Necessities
That Cannot Be Surpassed Anywhere
??Sc to. 913*50
Will add 50 per cent
to your appearance
w\h i i o traveling.
Why not get it at
the Bee Hive,where
the line is most
complete and where
quality i s always
THE BEE HIVE
G. H. BAILES, Prop*
DON'T BUY THAT
BUGGY or WAGON
HORSE or M?LE
Until Vou have seen the ones I have tor sale. II:
i you want the best, say Piedmont Buggy or Mil
I burn wagon.
Theo t\ Watson
N. McDUFFIE STREET V . , ANDERSON, 8. C
Know All Women
That Preserving and Jam Time
is on the way
That Man Austin
is better prepared thai? ever to supply
your, wants in this line.
Porcelain Top Frnlfr?ars
* Glass Top Emit Jars _ .
Cherry Red Frolt J?f Rnober ?Best
10c robber made. . >
Apple Blossom FraJt Jar rabber-^4he
best 5e rubber made. .
Colanders < ~ '
- Dish Pass \
" r^esertlng Kettr?, etc.
Au?tfn? O?^ The Corner.
Bleckley Building - Anderson, S. C*
honse more Uran double Its seating ca
pacity. The building has been paint
ed white Inside and -out, this giving
Ute appearance of a new house.
The Woman's Mission Society has
put down a nice carpet p' a cost ot
nearly $100. -, .,
rspitday will be a joyous day* for/the
good people of Double Springs com
munity and they cordially invite their
friends to be present. >
The sermon will be preached by
Rev. W. ; T. , Derlens, D, T>., or Rev. J.
D. Crane, the amous mountain preach--'
er. : \ :
W. W. Leathers, pafctor.