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Today's Program Dave Newman's Musical Comedy Co. Will Present A Funny Farce Comedy Movies for Today "MOLLY OF THE MOUNTAIN" Bron cho Two Reel Rrama "THE ONCE OVER" Beauty Drama N. B. Beginning today, we will open at 3:30 Po M, and have only one show in the afternoon. The Bi J O U TODAY'S PROGRAM "UNDER THE TABLE" L-Ko A two reel coni?dy with Hank Mann, Gertrude Selby and Reggy Morris. Don't fail to see this-it's a scream from start to lt nish. "WHEN THE SPIDER TORE LOOSE" Laemmle. A strong drama with Frank Loyd and Helen Leslie. Fourth Keel To Be Selected 4 BIG REELS 10c Coming Tomorrow "The Black Box." Read the story in The Intelligencer and see the picture at the Bijou. Economy, simplicity and efficiency makes the Ford a universal utility A utility because it Serves everybody-doctor, farmer, salesman and banker. In every business, or a pleasure car, the Ford proves reliable and economical. Low tirst tost--$60 less than last year, and the plan of Sharing profits with the buyers-and low upkeep expense; are reasons why it pays to own a Ford. They serve and save. Buyers will share In prof its if we sell at retail 300,000 new Ford cars be tween August 1914 and August 1915. Touring Car $4W; Runabout $440; Town Car $09?: Couplet $760; Sedan $975, f. o. b. Detroit with all equip ment. On display and aale at U,r ?TODD AUTO SHOP "<." CALOMEL WHEN BILIOUS? NO! STOP! MAKES YOU SICK AND SALIVATES "Dita's Um Torn" Is Harmless To Ctaa Your Sluggish Liver aid Bowels. light Calomel makes you etch. Itv dori idle! Take a dose ot Ute dangerous drug tonight and tomorrow you may loss a day'? work. C'Rlomel is mercury or onicksilver which causes necrosis of thc hones. Calomel, when it comes Into contact with sour bite crashes Into it, foreskins ?t up. TIIIH is when you feel that awful nausea ?nd cramping. If you ara alug? gish and ''all knocked out," if year l i WT ?a torpid and bowels constipated or vott HAYS headache, di saines*, ooated tongue, if breath is bad or stomach ?.ur, Hist trv a spoonful et harmless Dodson'* laver Tatt? tonight on my guarantee. . Here's my gu?rante?-flo to any drug store and get a 50 cant bottle nf Dod son's Liver Tone. Take a spoonful and if it doesn't straighten you right ur und make you feel nne and vigorous want you to go back to the store and get your money. Dodson's Liver l'ont i* destroying the sale nf calomel because it is real liver mcdiaine; entirely vege table, therefore it can not salivate or make you sick. 1 guarantee that one spoonful of Dod* urn's Liver Tone will put your sluggish liver to work and clean your bowels ol that ?our bile and constipated waste ! which ie clogging your system and mak- \ ina you feel miserable, rguarantee that a bottle of Dodson's Liver Tona will keep your* entire family feeling tine for months. Give it to your children. It ia harmless; doesn't grip? aid they like its pleasant taste, DAVID A. SKELTON DIED YESTERDAY WELL KNOWN CITIZEN OF MOUNTAIN CREEK SEC TION SUCCUMBS EXTENSIVE FARMER Survived by Widow, Three Chil dren and Two Brothers Funeral This Afternoon. .Mr. David Addison Skelton, a weil Known ?nd respected citizen died at his homo about on?- mlle south of the .ity Tuesday morning at 10:30 o'clock. Mr. Skelton was born January 12, I8f?0, and was the so i of the late A ll. and I'olly Ann Wllllford Skelton, lie spent the earlier part of lils life in the Sadler's ('reek seer ion near Andersonville. Ile moved into the Mountain Creek section of the county many years ano, and owned a large farm, containing about 300 acres. He conducted the alTalrs of his farm Just Bouth 01* the city up until the time of his death. ? Mr. Skelton was twice married. Iiis first wife being Miss Mary Jane McCown. To this union four chldren were born, two of whom are now Iv Ing. They are Mr. Franklin Skelton of the Mountain Creek section, und Mr. Samuel Skelton ol' this city. On May 1G. ISXS, Mr. Skelton and Mrs. Mollie C. Major of the Major's Mill section were married. To this union one child. Miss Claudine Skelton, was born. She. with Mr.i. Skelton, was an adopted daughter. Miss Lucile Skelton, of the last union, survive him. T!ic deceased IM also survived by two brothers-Messrs. s. A. Skelton and c. S. Shelton, and one sister, Mrs. William Chamblec, all ol the Roberts section of Ute county. Being (july <;.'? years ol' agi' Mr. Skelton was not old enough to see j'.tive se rvice in the w;:r between the auctions. He was old enough, how ever, to join the home guards, and he saw some service in the Piedmont ..ci tion of the State. Mr. Skelton hau many friends and acquaintances all over Andi 1'son coun ty, who will be distressed to learn of lils death. He had been an ill man for two years; suffering with Bright? disease and with some heart affection. Ho grew worm? on Sunday and mem bers of the family realized then that lt was only a question of timo before bin death. HIa affliction prevented bis retiring tn his bed. and he spent last night seated in a chair. He was in ? his position yesterday morning whet.* the end caine. Members pf the heron ved fanily have the sincere sympathy of their many friends ami acquaintances. The funeral services will be held at tho Mountain Creek Baptist church Wednesday afternoon at 4 o'clock and the interment will be made in the church yard. Hov. W. B. Hawkins will conduct the services. Market Report Local Cotton.9 l-2c >'cw York Markets. Open htgh low dosi May.y.tiO 9.76 9.G0 9.76 July.9.80 10.05 9.80 10.0t Oct.10.10 10.3? 10.13 10.39 Doc.10.39 lO.r.S 10.3? 1U.58 Spots 10.30. Liverpool Colton. Open Close May June.5.44 5.41' July-Aug.:>."?7 r>..V. Oct-Nov..V"i 6.74 Spots r>.ij0. Sales G.000. Receipts 8.000. . Cotton Still Declining. New York. May 4.-Weak Liver pool cables, followed by liquidation caused opening prices on cotton mar ket here today to decline 5 to 1* points, '"'overing and buying caused the market to bo steadier later and shortly after noon prices were about net unchanged to 3 point-, lower. Grandma Never Let Her Hair Get Gray Kept Her Locks Dark, Thick, Glossy, With Safe Tea and Sulphur. When you darken your hair with Sage Tea and Sulphur, no one can tell, because lt's done so naturally, so evenly. Preparing this mixture, though, at home Is mussy and trouble some. For 60 cents you can buy at any drug store Ute ready-to-uso tonic called "Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur compound." You jiist dampen n sponge or soft brush with it and draw this thorough your hair, taking one small strand at a time. By morning all gray bair disappears, apd. after another application or two.-your hair becomes beautifully darkened, glossy and luxuriant. You will also discover dandruff ls gone and hair has stopped falling. Gray, faded hair, though no dia grace, ls a algn of old age. and aa wo all dlalre a youthful and attractive appearance, get busy at once with Wyeth's Sage and Suldhur and look years younger. Time is Money Today. Great Values at Leaser's Hour sale. PLANS FOR PAVING BETIN GA? TRACKS RECEIVED AT LOCAL OFFICE OF SOUTHERN PUBLIC UTILITIES WILL COST $40,000 In Addition to Cost of New Rails to be Placed on Streets Not Yet Paved. Plana and oUr prints for paving between tli?? str>t car tracks have been received Ly M.-. H .A. Orr, local manager of the Southern Prtblie Utili ties eompany. Biese plans wore Miado by Mr. E R. Horton Jr., and they have th? tilorscment of many of the local cc.'truetlon men have nave seen them. The franchise if the traction com pany requires th-r. to pave the space between their (neks and a spaec of 18 inches on eac ;?do of the truck. This IS inch spue is to .cover thc .?nds of the croistits. These plans wi: be carried out in lolr.i; the paving i>r!< of the traction company. There.- (something over 20,000 feet of pavt'.; lo be laid by tho traction company md this will eost them approximate:- JtO.dOO. These figures do not bxludo the cost of new rails which w.'.i have to be laid on streets where U ri' ls* pavement. The style of rai! ?lieh is now in use will not do for th? concrete work. It is not high enouh. and new rail will necessarily har to be laid on all streets which thc ?ty will pave. + Pers&ic?? f +?+++??++-i fHe+l-++<"W.? im Mr. R. E. I.icon s pr.! yesterday in Oreen ville. -1 Miss Willie Helle tamworth re turned yesterday froft Bcnnettaville, where she ttiugut sch?n lids winter. Mr. and Mrs. W. K?kriuger, Mr* Brown and Mrs. ?lee wre here yes terday in an automobile'nm Helton. Mm. J. D. McDonaldot Iva was here yesterday. Mrs. Lawrence Mci Je of Starr spent yesterday with rtfltU'es hero. Mrs. Annie Dean and rs. C. C. Jones of Starr, spout Iticrduy In town. Miss Masie Baakin of ?:i was in town yesterday. Levis and Mrs. Cromer it Town-' ville were visitors in the ciy yester day. T. N. Latin :r of Monea tlh was in tho city yesterday for i short while. J. E. Massny of Pendle tor was '.A tne city yesterday on buslnet. H. S. Davenport of Charla? was a. business visitor in Andersonri star day. Charles 5pelght3 of Greenirlc was in th? city yesterday. E. H. Norcomb of (Jreonvll waa In the city yesterday. Albert S. Johnstone, of Grecvil?e, an old Anderson boy, was li th city yesterday afternoon for a short tillo. T. M. Latlroer and William K. of iionea Path were visitors in thicity yesterday. the city yesteiday for a short we in Wl'.e. Dr. T. J. Kii'kpatrick of LoWfop8 villc was In thc eily yesterday onVhs Iness. E. N. Sullivan of Portman S was In the cKy yesterday. ti. S. Cli.ikscales of Starr wi visitor in the city yesterday. William Good, of Now York; B|? Weinberg, of New York, and C. *? Kohn. of New Orleans. Jewelry drim mer?, were in the city yesterday.* J. Clyde Green of Helton was a Itor in the city yesterday for u slit white. T. B. Kay of Wllllamston was the city yesterday for' a short whl/ Prank and G. P. Pettigrew of Rta. were In the city yestorday for a ?hoi while. Glenn Simpson nf Starr was In tin city yesterday. J. II, Pruitt of Starr spent yes terday In the city. Mrs. W. E. and Miss Dessl? Bolt ot the country were in tho city yes terday. Friends in Anderson ? of Thomas Hailey, 'young son of Dr. W. I. Malley, nf Hartwell. Ga., will regret to leam ut?t he ?j ill at his home tn Hartwell. Walter and Mrs. Barton and theft little daughter, of Atlanta, aro thc guests of Mr. and Mrs. J.'E. Bar ton. Walter is aa old Anderson boy and for several years was in rail road work. : - TWO FIRES YESTERDAY YOUR BUILDING MAY BE THE SCENE OF THE NEXT The Best Protection Against Loss hy Fire BURRISS METAL SHINGLES MADE TO WITHSTAND FIRE ? WEATHER- TIME La^; longer and look better than any other roofing made-and cost very little more. Statistics prove that only a small percentage of the buildings de stroyed by tire in the last few years were covered with metal shingles Let us submit an estimate on Burri ss Wieta) Shingles For your buildings today. The estimate will cost you nothing and may save you heavy loss. Burriss Metal Shingle Co. W. EARLE STREET ANDERSON, S. C. Suffragette Introduces i New ?Fashion in N. Y. ? I i. fix " % v- i ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ jj Miss Ililnia Johnson. Miss Hilma Johnson, a pretty suf fragette, found a new wt*y of adver tising "tho cause'* on Fifth avenue. jN'ew York, the other day. How well lie succeeded may he realized from ?lio fact that she hod to be rescued .fluni a crowd by policeman. She np ipearod In the fashionable crowd wlt'i pt new veil bearing on the lower mar Itiii tlie words, "Votes for Women." li crowd collected-for it ls very oasy l&> gather a crowd in New York ?nd followed her until she wa3 fear ;Iil of the results. Then the police ?lerfored and got .her out of the Fine Irish rotator*. ?jlr. W. D. Hhioder brought to the ?Rle office several days ago a bari ls of Irish potatoes grown on hts , Sn near toWr They are tho finest .ng potatoes we have tried in a > Wk time. They cook perfectly and ..delicious to eat. They aro a..fall . fwto and keep all winter without "rill care. Mr. Sh l ed er is a good . ij%Hr and provides a plenty of i 0Sibling ahead ot cotton.-Dor , ?V? _ Eagle. *e b Money Today. Great at Lessor's Hour sale. tm ) fpS^ HOME OF YOUR /OWN IS A HON? ?rv?DEt-O Hou; About Th* Neighborhood? JJ^ JOHN LlNLEYjSSSF,< How many building lots in Anderson (jan. you think of RIGHT NOW, located in neighborhoods to suit YOU, are available at ANY PRICE? . ANY North Anderson lot is located in the RIGHT NEIGHBORHOOD, with all of An derson's adva?tages.withont any of its dis advantages And the cost is LESS than any desirable building lot in And?rs?n-and there are NO City Taxes.