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The Ford car is everybody's utility, because it
is easily adaptable to everybody's work or play. It ii reliable; serves everyone and brings pleasure to all. An economy because it saves money-an average cost of two ct nts a mile to operate and maintain. Ford Runabout Ford Touring Car $390.00 $440.00 -Nu assurance given against an advance in these prices at any time and no further reduction prior to August 1st, 1916. See Them at Our North Main Street Store. ANDERSON AUTO CO. N. Main Opposite Palmetto V The Leadership of Front Lacing Corsets is due to the fact that the Front Lacing principle is the CORRECT one! The increasing demand among fashionable women for Front Lacing Corsets is the best evidence of this, and the increasing demand for TtbieSel Fro La Say ? $rorif Jaeed Cbr&??? is due to the fact that fashionabl? women find in these Corsets better style, more comfort and greater value than they ever before received, in Corsets at.$2.50 Fittings given special attention by our ex pert Corsetieres. . Wt _;_ ' Mrs. B. Graves Boyd Exclusive Agent Frolaset Front Laced Corset. . EXCU'RS I O N TO ATLANTA, GEORGIA r Vu PIEDMONT & NORTHERN RY And SEABOARD Wednesdy, September 15th, 1915. Tickets sold on morning trains from Spartanburg and Greer, ?pe dal trains operated from Greenville and Anderson. The following low excursion rates and schedule will be used:: From Spsrianbcrg.10:?0 A. M. Tucapnu .. .. ....10:40 A. M? JHinran.10:46 A. M. Creer.10:M A. M. t hick Springs.Hii>.> A. M. Mylars.11:0* A. M. l'art? ..'...11:10 A. M. Greenville .. .. .. 1:?0 f. M. ried mont.1:80 1*. 51. Schedule Itoaad From Trip Fare Schedule Bound Trip Fare tUM relier. .. .. .. 1:40 I*. M. SJ? WHIlasnMon. 1:43 P. M. VA Anderson. 1:30 P. M. ??.-?Briton. 2:00 P. M. S?illonea PalH. 8?16 P. M. Jt2? Itonalda. 2:25 P. M. SJS5 Shoals Jet.. 2:30 P. M. WK? Hodges. 2:40 P. M. MO Arrive AUsnta .... 7:?fl P. I, RETURNING Tickets will be houtt-ed on all Seaboard Trains: leaving Atlanta before midnight, Sunday, September 19th, 1915. j LAST CHANCE to go to Atlanta this summer on excursion rates. ' ?Wt forget the date, September 15th, 1915. Excursion wffl run; rain or ?hine. Special arrangements made for handling colored people. For detail information catt you?- nearest P. & N. Ticket Agent, or ; write CS. ALLEN, Traffic Manager, Greenville, S. C. JUDGE GARY RENDERS DECISION ON NEW LAW Holds in the Weston Richey Case That the Gallon-a-Month - Law is Unconstitutional. According to Tho Abbeville Med ium Judge Frank H. Gary held ot tlitsv court of General sessions this week that the gallon-aHmolith law ls unconstitutional in the case of WeBton Richey. The occisi?n is of special Interest in Greenwood siuce a woman, who. it is alleged, aided Hickey in bringing a trunk tttll of whiskey from Atlanta waa arrested near here. The arrest of tue woman by Sheriff Mc Millan and Deputy Sheriff White at a flag station on the Seaboard be tween Greenwood and Abbeville will be recalled. The woman was lodged in Jail here, but was later released. Tho .Medium gives the following account of Judge Gary's decision in the Dichey case: Judge Frank B. Gary in Hie case of the state against Weston Richey charged with transporting Jhijor in to the state in violation or the law known aa the "One gallon-a-month law," held that tho act was uncon stitutional as it interiorred with in terstate commerce. This decision is in Hue with a recent decision of t'.;e United States supreme court in a cate brought up from Kentucky which decision held, in effect, "thu; until a state decreed that the d: ik ing of whiskey was a crime the amount that could be received by au individual for lawful purposes could not be limited." The Webb-Kcnyon law dees not give the state thc right to limit elie quantity received when it ?B for lawful purposes bm says: "that whiskey cannot lie snip pud from one state to another wiion such liqtlor is Intended by any per son to bo used in violation of any law ot such state." Of course if the whiskey is to be sold In violation of the law it is unlawful to receive any amount, but tho effect of tills de cision ls to knock out our luw where*1 by it was intended to limit the amount of whiskey that could be re ceived by any Individual for any lawful purpose. If he drinks, it him self ho can receive any amount de sired.-Greer, vood Journal. MARKETS At close yesterday. Local market 10 cents. Open. High. Low. CIOBC. Oct.10.45 10.57 10.39 10.57 Doc...10.85 10.94 10.70 10.94 Jan~..11.00 11.10 10.91 11.10 Mar..11.30 11.40 11.21 11.40 May.11.62 11.00 11.50 11.54 Spots 10.45. Liverpool Cotton. Open. Close. Oct-Nov.6.15 6.12 Jan-Fob.7.6.26 6.23 March-April.6.33 6.30 May-June. . .6.41 6.36 Spots 6.26. Sales 1,200. Receipts :J,000. New York, Sept. 14.-Germany ccu .finns that no boats will be torpedoed 1 in future without warning unless they i resist. This confirmation caused ad vance. * Eat Less and Take Salts for Kidneys Take a Glass ot Salta if Your Back Harts or Bladder Bother?. Tho American men and women must guard constantly against Kid ney trouble, because we eat too much and all of our food Is rich. Our blood ls Ailed with uric acid which the kid neys strive to filter out, they weaken from overwork, become sluggish; the eliminative tissues clog and the result ht kidney troublo, bladder weakness and a general decline In health. When your kidneys feel like lumps of lead; your back hurts or the urine Is cloudy, full of sediment or you are obliged to seek relief two or three times during the night:.if you suffer with sick ueadnche. or you have rheu matism when tho weather ls bad, get from your pharmacist about four ounces of Jad Salts; take a table spoonful In a glass of ? ter before breakfast for a few days and your kidneys will then act fine. This famous salts ls made from the acid of grapes and lemon Juice, combined with lithla, and has been used for. generations to flush and stimulate clogged kidneys; to neutralize the acids In the urine so lt no longer is a source of Irritation, thus ending blad der disorders. Jad Salts ls inexpensive; cannot in jure, makes a delightful effervescent Uthls-wa.ter beverage, and belongs In every home, because nobody can make a mistake by having a good kidney Hushing any time. BUDDED PECAN TBEEtS. I WV eBei from Dcwemlier IS to January 16, 'shipment* i feet to ? fi,-t high from butt fot ' lowing' Budded Pw-an Tnt? "flchley" variety ! IOOK tn)' root un ill quanti'ie* at 7Ac, ono hundred I or m orr at Mc. Atm t feel, to 6 feet dich rame variety, rctar-tkri uncut tap root? with 1 ?plendid tattrmt roots, aman quantifie* at HM, I one liuiK?n<ti or mur? nt $1.73 ear h. All F. O. IB. Crran?rrxjrr, Ho.il h Ca roi int. Metter buy t,rn% da** Irr-e* anil nt ile fur this climate from your countryman who ba? paid dowriv fur trying out other method*. \Vr tdd -that th? " Kr tiley" nut aril* at a h ?her prit? than any other va riety. n< frr pru to Cloroso* Ootug* or any Hank here. . PECAN WAY PLACE. M. O. DnnUtlor, Onusbburg, 8. C * ? ? 8TAJSDL?G OF TH? CLUBS, ? ? ? S?>|lt ll? ! ll. Won. .New Orleans ..... s 7 Birmingham. 78 Memphis. 70 Nashville. 72 Atlanta .. .... .. 70 Chattanooga. 05 Mobil?. Ci Little Rock. 58 A melita ii. Won. Chicago. T:t Doaton. i?0 Wushlugton .. .. .. 71 Detroit. 89 New York. 5? Cleveland. r>l LU. ' Louts. M Philadelphia. 38 Lost. 56 64 CK 70 71 74 SI sa Lost. National. Won Philadelphia. 76 Boston. 72 Brooklyn. 73 Cincinnati. . "? St. Louia. C6 Chicago. 02 Pittsburgh. 64 New York. CU Federal. Won Pittsburgh. 70 Chicago. 74 St. ixnils .. .. ... 72 Newark. 70 Kansas City. 0'j Buffalo.: .. OK Brooklyn ..". ?.7 Ballimore .'. . 14 43 r.'j 48 72 85 78 05 IjOHt. nc OL' 0.? 7n 72 CU 74 7;? LOSt. CO 02 63 02 64 70 70 88 P.C. 008 54? 528 r.07 497 407 434 411 P, c. 581 677 550 650 451 375 422 280 P.r. 576 537 536 481 478 473 403 452 P. C. 663 r>4t 533 530 519 493 48'J 333 ?.?+<??**???++**+?*+???? ? ? 4? flSTEKWAY'S RESULTS. * ? ? Southern League. At Chattanooga 1; Mobile 0. At Little Hock 2; Birmingham.... No others scheuulod. \ nt ii'im ? League. At St. Louis 6; Brooklyn 2. At Pittsburgh 3; Philadelphia 4. At Cincinnati it: \ew York -'. At Chicago 1 ; Uosto:i 7. American Lent-'ne. At Philadelphia 4; St. Louia 12. At Washington 3; Cleveland 0. At New York 2; Detroit 3. At Boston 2; Chicago 1. Federal Leugne. At St. Louis 0; Newark 7. At rulengo 8; Baltimore 7. No others scheduled. WALHALLA MAN IN MEXICAN ROW Douglas Seaborn Member of Troop C Which Was Attacked By Mexican Bandits. Walhalla, Sept. 14.-There ie great anxiety hero today amo'ig tuc rda lives and friends of Dougless S. Sea-' bbrn, VV.nd ls attached to Troo;i G, near Brownsville, Texas. Today's pa pc ?-a carry a stoqp of thc killing of young Crafts, who fs a friend of younj; Seaborn. Tba family of young Soa j born had a lotter from him last ? wht and when he arrota he was.all rig ;. j But si.)f.c that tirjo thc attack baa j Leen made upon his squad. ?TN'CLA : M E U LETTE US Following ia tho Hst of let lore re maining uncalled for lu the postollh-c at Anderson. S. C.. for thc week end ing September 15, 19?IT. Persons call ing for these will please say that they were advertised. One cent due on all advertised matu-'. A-J. E. Atkins. B--Minnie Banks, Mrs. L. F. Byrd. Jannie Boozer, EUtel Black. C-Miss Alice Crow, Mrs. Nellie Canada. D-John David. E-Walter Enrile. ?-Miss Pirl Careel. . H-Mrs. Lila Dolley,iFannic Haw kins. J-J. J. Jones, Miss Fanny John son. Jv-Mrs. Ellcr Keroons. L-F'. W. Lindsay, W. D. Lindie-. M-Roses Miller, Mary Ix>u McGee. Elisabeth Man sh i j., Rev. B. P. Mit chell. P-^J. R. Porter. R-.Mrs. Nanni-: Bees, Fete l obin s?n. S-'Mrs. Lena Stevena, Louise Smith. J. T. Snow. W. T. Street. W.-Charles Willlama, D. L. Ward, Marie Will' ms, T. B. Wllll ford. Never complain alvout what yon can't help." said Mr. Optim. "And yet," replied Mr. I'cssim, 'Hhore's no excuse for complaining about any thing else."-Washington S'.ar. T1XTED COTTONS BLACK NEXT Planter Expect- te Haine Staple In All Coiern to Order. (Savannah Dispatch.) Remarkable results are apparently about to be achieved hy A. W. Brab ham of Olar. S.e.. who has produced cotton which ranRcs in color from snow white te n deep olive green. The planter la confident that black cotton, sought for ages by spinners and manufacturers, is about to be come a reality. That the statements of Brabham are worth/ of belief la borne out by the receipt in Savannah of samples of bia colored cotton. Tho exhibit has 1 been framed and hung on tho walls of the cotton oxchange. The seed used by Brabbem In hip experiments w'ere those ot the Kisyp tlan staple. Ile has practiced seed sr. lection estenslvly and ia four years N" married man is doing his full duly unless he makes a conscientious and sus tained effort to own his own home. Or is there a single man worthy thc name of "man," who cannot buy one of these North Anderson lots on our "Easy Payment" plan. Real estate values in Anderson are healthy. Why? Steady increase in popu lation, l here isn't over one chance in a hundred that North Anderson lots will not increase in value. There may he sume isolated lot in the city, suitahle for a residence, but all the lots in North Anderson are splendid building lots; and the neighborhood out there is just what you want, and every new home makes it still better. Houses that are a credit to any town or city are already built in sufficient num ber to assure the succe: > of North Anderson as a Suburban Residential Section. And the fact that a large Old Life Insurance Co. is willing and anxious to loan money on this property at a very low rate should convince anyone that North Anderson lots are well worth thc money. Nowhere else in this broad land of ours, will you find such a liberal "Profit Sharing" proposition on a Real Estate deal that has already "made good." Don't forget that there are no assessments for any of the improvements. They are all in, and paid for. Electric Lights, Gas, Water, Sewerage, Good Roads, and Street Car service al . ready established. Rich people, generally, owe the greater portion of their wealth to successful investments in real estate. Soon you will be too late to get in cn the first seventy-five lots which carry a portion of the profits of this North Anderson property for thc next two years. Out of the smoke, dirt and heat of the city, and into the fresh, clean breezes, where you and your children can live right. Now is the time to act! "Manana" may be too late. These lots at the prices at which they are now selling are tremendous values; and whether you want a lot for a hume or as an investment, you cannot make a mistake buying a North Anderson lot. See or Phone ' * JOHN LIN LE Y or 'GENE WATSON Phones 64 7, 930, 310. FIRESTONE Represent the utmost service, safety, mileage and pleasure obtainable from an Auto-Va cation trip. TODD AUTO SHOP Opposite The Palmetto N. Main. han eocuroil a warm tan. yellow groen, light brown, olive green and bronco. Ho in sanguine that black cotton ta coming in tho near future. "For some years pan? t have bad an idea that tinted cottons could be produced," said Brabham. "To *hla end I have gathered seed from almost all of the cotton producing countries of tho world, but the seed'secured have all borne white or nearly white lint. "1 bave perfected several tints, bronze being tho darkest. It ia the nearost that I, have nucceedd in com ing to black cotton, but 1 expect to find lt within tho next several years. "J caa see no reason why I or some one else Hhould not be able in the near future to produce, such tinted ! cottons aa the trade may demand. The samples exhibited are all from white stock. If tinted cotton can be grown from white stock, what may not be done vhen both parents are tinted? To secure black cotton I? essential. I am now working toward this end." SOUVENIR SPOON COUPON This coupon, when presented with 15c (or by mail 20c), good fot one Sta^e Souvenir Spoon. If ordering by mail? address Spoon Department, The Intelligencer, Anderson, South Carolina.