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THE ANDERSON .
Tuesday Night, Nov. 28
First Time Here-Engagement Extraordinary
EM0RM0U5 ALL STAR PliVIVAL
PlXLtY?NDl?DtKS'lNTERNATIONAL/I?SICALCO/ntDYTRI?MPh
111
COMPANY OF 62 -CHORUS OF 37
PILSENS OWN ORCHESTRA
SEATS MONDAY, SECURE THEM EARLY
Special Prices-$1.50, $1.00, 75c, 50c, 25c.
im
pick a pain) [?tnt will give
you the utmosi ta beauty
and durability.
You can find any number of
paints that cost less per gallon
than Patton's Stan-Proof
Paints? but cheap paints are
made cheaply. You can paddle
lead and oil together yourself
but you'll lose money in the
end, because such mixtures wear
only half as long as Sun-Proof
Paint.
Patton's Sun-Proof Paints
are scientifically made of ac
curate proportions of lead, zinc
and silica, with aged linseed
oil, pure drier and finest color
pigments. Proved by public
t?stfc and endorsed by mon of science. Analysis on
Let's talk it over. Get a beautiful color card.
N.Matn
GUEST PAINT CO.
Next Door to Marchbanks & Babb
HOUSES FOR RENT
That Are Not Fully Wired
For Electricity
Are Not Modern and Up to Date
When you move this year, insist on having a house th it has
all niOuCfii Conveniences.
Don't bc satisfied with anything but electricity. Don't ac
cept anything "just as good'/ for there isn't anything just as
good.
The price of electricity has been going down, while the cost
of other necessities has increased. Allow us to. show you
where it is to your advantage to use our service.
Southern Public Utilities Co.
Phone No. 223.
INCOME CUT OFF
EXPENSES DOUBLED
Always the case when you are overtaken
with accident or disease.
The only remedy is our NEW HEALTH & ACCIDENT
POLICY. ,
j For loss of, time
ANY ACCIDENT OR DISEASE IT PAYS
l|^?Total Disability $25.00 Per Week. <
Partial Disability, $12.50 Per Week.
If confined to.Hospital $50.00 Per Week.
^^-?Siurgic?l Operation Fess in AtMit?o?
I- . rr COSTS ONLY . ./L
??B??0.00 Per Year $20.00 3? Mandi*
m ALTY TRUST CO.
L; S. HORTON, Pres. W. D. McLEAN, Sec. & Gen. Mgr.
Office Llgon & Ledbett?r Bldg.
PROHIBITION RALLY
HERE THIS AFTERNOON
WILL BE HELD IN OPERA
HOUSE AT 3:30
O'CLOCK
TWO NOTED MEN
John G. Woolley, Former Candi
date for U. 3. President, and
Geo. W. Morrow, D. D.
Tho groat Prohibition Hally at thc
Anderson theatre till? afternuoa .?t
'{-.MO o'clock, la hi the Interest ol thc
educational campaign tor national j; o
bibil lon now under way th rou g oui
tho .entire country. This is one ol
thousands of national prohibition ral
lies now being conducted by t io Anti
Saloon leagues. Alore than 15,000 have
been held during thc past two yearn
and most of the states have been
reached by Cds great nation-wide ern
E ado.
Tho end which these rallies have in
view ls to brilia mme pressure to bear
upon thc uongressnion throughout thc
country through Hie inti!.'gent murai
son ti meut of the people. T..o adop
tion of an amendment to the consti
tution of tho t'nlted Stator requires
HOIS' JOHN G. WOOLEY
that lt shall bo passed by a t.vo-thir;'. -,
vote of both houses or congress, and
shall bo ratified by ?'.6 states. On
December 22. 1911, In tho houso o?
representatives, the uhove amcndmeni
received 197 votca, while in 189 wore
cast against it. Though lt failed to
rocoivo tho two-thirds vote necessary
to ita passage, that it received a ma
jority was a remarkable victory for
the Anti-Saloon forces of tho nation.
Another resolution, essentially thc
same'as tho Hobson amendment, will
bo introduced In the next session of
congress. These meetings hope to
bring the people tb KCC tho vnluo ol'
t. is amendment, and so to ha\o them
to bring tho pressure of their iuflu
citicc to boar upon their ctntgrOssn^on
to voto for it.
Tho mon .who comr to Anderson tu
speak are men of wide taino .an plat
form oratora. The 'mr>2t prb?VVtO*?!
of tho two ts Hon. J/ihu G".' Wo^Mo",
a former candidate for president of thc
United States on the prohibition pia'.
rorm. For twenty years, ho ha t bc;u
giving his lifo to Kia work. Prc.'.
Wm. C.- Wilkinson, of thc Univcis?ty
of Chicago. hny*3 that "Ho la a raaf,
who bas chosen nobly, wisely, disin
terestedly, nay, to bia own loss per-1
Imps, in bringing'/bia splendid In
tellectual powers and lay'ng thom ?:r.
resorvcdly upon thc oitsr it* this
sacrifice. Ho ls quito as brilliant,
moro brilliant, I think,, t un Wcltde'i
Phillips, and far moro pcrstai'.ve."
Another friend says of "him that "bc
stands in tho front ran't i;f th-.' worjd'a
great advocates of the temperance re
form. He is a born orator, nt:J thht
means moro "than being a poll:? cd
spcakor, although he ls that too, for ht
P0SD0S3C9 that Obd-oiven power to otlr.
tho hearts, awakon the consciences
ead compel conviction in tho minds of '
MB hearers.-. There In more rollnl?h
in tils speeches, notwithstanding their
Quaint humor and racy wit, than i??
many, sormbns^and his merciless loRtc"
leaves the shuffler no holo p\rough
which to crawl.*'
? Tho other gofttleman who will,
spca."; ia.ibev. Geo. W. Morrow, D.
D., of Detroit, Mich.. . He was r?aror
ed on a farm':,went into fro ^ministry
after Ms education had'been complet
.ed, served ns pastor in New . York arid
Vermont,' reaching the tap of hla-dorc
nomination.. He twas then elected
Superintendent of tho Vermont Antl
Salnon league ead served In this
capacity tor1 six years. From here.
TICKET OFFICE WILL
BE MOVED THIS WEEK
BECOMES NECESSARY BE
CAUSE STREET CAR
TRACK PAVING
FREIGHT DEPOT
Is Place That P. Cz N. Office Will
Bc Located-No Announce
ment Yet Been Made.
With the tearing up of the street
car truck on North Main slreet pre
paratory to the paving, it will bc nec
essary for the Piedmont ii Northern
cars to stop before reaching their do
not up town. MT. H. A. Orr stated
yMtorday that If thc wei ii her was
favorable, the track on North Main
street would be Impassable by next
Saturday.
For the past two months the P. ?t
N. office r.!as been located In Cray
ton's drug store, while the Bal'.oa'
building, the regular quarters was
being completely remodeled. Al
though the work on thia building h?
about completed, lt will not be occu
pied until after the street car track
paving on North Main slreot is fin
ished. .
Althrnfth not officially announce.!,
lt ls understood that tho ticket office
will bo mo*dd lo tic P. & N. frelpht
depot sonic limo this week. With this
change there will also bo a change
In the cara aluce lt was announced
that during tho time the track was i
torn up shuttlo cars would bc uscu
between here and Belton.
ENROLLMENT PUPILS
INCREASING RAPIDLY
IS NOW NEARING 3,500 IN
THE ANDERSON CITY
SCHOOLS
TOTAL OF 3,392
Now Shown hy Reports fc- Month
Ending Nov. Increase of
417 Over. Last Year.
That tho Anderson city schools are
growing steadily tia ishown by the
monthly reports or the teachers in
tho various grados w^lch* indicates tho
attendance. The total attendance is
now nearing 3,500 and before long it
will reach that markr
A condonsed report, of the total at
tendance a? compare/i* With last yea-:
is as follows:_
i ' Enrollment last month white pupila,
2,446; colored 9 Hi, ; making a total or
3,392.
Last year for the same month the
total attendance was 2,975, or a gain
for tho. month ending Novembor C.
this year, of 417 papua.
+ HIGH POINT/SCHOOL f ?
* v
i Our school baa .been In session a
month, amt work has'Tiogun In earn
est with Misses Selma Crawford and
Marie Gaines as teachers. Up to thia
:!mo thoro. aro sixtypono- on roll.
Friday morning at. 9:80 tbo'?oost
er's club of 11 on ca Path visited na.
Short addresses were . made by
Messrs. Wright. Brook and Rov.
Hooves in Interest o? the chautauqua
wMch ls to bo held there shortly. .
The Improvement ntmoelatfon hu a
put our flower yard in some bettor
condition than It was at. the begin
ning of tho sessjon.??Almost every
flower arid tiee Which W?3 planted
;ast spring ls living. ".'Tho Improve^
mont association will h?ya;'a, call merit
ing next Wednesday.. ; afternoon at
3:30. Evorybo'dy in tho ?ommunltv
ls urged to be presont:.as this meet
ing is a vory important, one.
Misses dalnes and Crawford atf "'Od
ed the teacher's' mooting in Ander
son Saturday. v. ,
he was called to servo in thu some'
position in the state?.-of Michigan,
whore he served for eight yearn. For
the .past two years, ho has been on
tho nation?l. staff of tho: Anti-Saloon
league or America. He bas nddres*
ed .great audiences throughout Wash-:
in Kt on, Oregon, California, Co) or a do
and the wost for tho. past ( tv -> years .
As a speaker.' this testimony cornea
to us: "His ?public addresses-Hre al
ways ..logical, at times tamalie In
their presentation " and always so'
thoroughly c?ny?nc.ing;vthaC i; consid
er ' hint one of the host rTOtergottwrSvt
have over heard." Another says of
him that "he is ? most earnest, ener
getic and forceful (worker in th e
cause, whloh he .has.i^?s?a^?*ed- ."?
I-ave hoard him before'*r?at nu
dlenoes, and ho was., the a-jion wak
ed p?t ot his sleep, i have met him
on co taco to face Shd'fco waa as geh tie
ns a woman, . Ho "baa the sjurit both
of fairness and of fight, and a vigilant
foe has never .been able to .unharness
him,"
A very iatereatlqg -jpregram /has
been worked up for this meeting? and
lt promlBes-to crowd the op?ra house
to the doors. These;prohibition-peo
ple fcavo ? song boo? y bf their own.
and ? nuniber of the men'of mir nlty.i
have beca practicing some of these
nongs to render them at'the at^t?jl
thin afternoon. Senator J. tr. Sher
ard will preside over thorneeUng,
TEN PEOPLE CHARGED
WITH JUDERS
FEW MINOR CASES ARE
ON THE DOCKET FOR
TRIAL
THE DODD MYSTERY
May Be Cleared Up When Doc
Freely is Put On Trial for
the Killing.
The fact t'.iat there are ten murder
cases awaiting trial at thc torm of
court of general sessions which con
venes Monday inorr/ng, is rather mis
leading in a way. Although ten peo
ple aro charged with murder, these
will be tried for only five murders.
In fioine cases as many as four are
charged with killing the same mau.
First on tho list of those- awaiting
trial on t'i:c charge of murder ate tar
names of four negroes, Charlie Don
aldson, Jim Wakefield. Lawrence
Cowan and Plummer Davis, all sup*
posed to have taken part in tho kill
ing of a negro in tho upper section
of tho county a few weeks ago. lt
will bo remembered that the killing
took placo at a saw mill, and that af
ter an inquest was held and the body
buried, it was learned that there were
serious burns on tho dead negro. Thu
body was accordingly taken up and
nnothor inquest held, which result
ed in the arrest of three more no
groes, making the number charged
In this caso four.
What promises to bo ono of tito
most Interesting case3 tried In Ander
son county in a number of years is
that of Feaster Jones, charged with
killing his uncle, Dr. L. Cv McCalhi.
at Starr about five weeks ago. Tho
outline of tho defense was announc
ed several days ago, and this .with
the promlnenco of both parties, will
cause much interest to bo taken..
Henry and Walter Laboon aro to bo
tried for murder. They aro charged
with killing a negro at a church In
the upper section of this county. The
case was tried nt the last term of coure
of general sessions but resulted in a
mistrial.
Another interesting case ls that of
Doc Freely, Che negro charged with
tho murder of Mr. Dodd last Febru
ary, and who waB only arrested last
week. It appears as If tho mystery
of tho case ds to be cleared.
Ernest Gentry and TJ2&$ Shaw, two
young white men, are charged. with
the murder of Waymon Cain, another
young mau, in the Carawoll /Insti
tute section on Thursday night.
One noticeable feature in lookiug
over the docket is the small number
o? cases t'.:at arc to be tried in which
thc defendants are charged with more
or less minor offenses.
Court will convene at 10 o'clock to
morrow morning with Judgo Ernest
Mooro of Lancaster presiding. Grand
jurors as well as tho petit jurors for
tho first week, and all court atten
dants are expected to be on hand at
that time. .
Miss Lena P?rtala.
* Miss Lena Partain, the 18 year old
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.. H. Par
tain of 31 G. Street, Anderson Mill,
died yesterday morning at 7 o'clock
as result ? of typhoid fever. Funeral
services will bo held today at 12
o'clock in Hart county, Georgia.
j Ci vii iza Hon's Bulwark.
The chairmen] of the committee Was
addressing u meeting at. a teachers',
instituto: .
"My friends, tho school work Is tho
bullhouae of civilisation. I moan-ah",
He began' to feel frightened,
"The b?llhouBQ is the school work'
of, civ-" '
A smile could bo felt.
"The workhouse ls tho hulahool
of"
He was evidently twisted.
"The schoolbul ls the house work
An audlblo snicker spread over the
audience. ; " - '
f'Thet bulschool--"
Ho was getting wild. So wore his
hearers. He mopped his. perspiration,
gritted his teeth and mada a fresh
start. ?.
"The achoolhouse, my friends-pi
A sigh of relief Went upi Hamlet
was himself ag? In. ,
,\Ho gazed arotud. The light ot tri
umphant self-confidence was cn?
throned upon bis brow.:
"lt Ac woolbark-".
And that wan when ho lost consol
ouaness-Philadelphia Ledger.
MARKETS
Local market yesterday ll 1-4 cents.
Kew fork Cotton.
? Open. ..High. .Low. Close.
Dec : . .11.67 il.75 11.67 11.75
Jan . . .11.72 Al;90 11.72 lllU;
March . ; ?11'.95 12.11 11.98 tfi.iO f
May . ; .12.05 12.25 12.06' 12,56^
? Spots :;r t.- f ?? i^/wto
Liverpool Cotton.
.. ? ? Open. Close.'!
. Nov-Dec .. .. ..6,84V4 6.S6H
Jan-Feh .. . . . .. :,6.87 6,85 ; y\
Mar-Apr. ..0.83 6.82
Spots 7.01.
Sales g,O00.
Receipts 31,100.
You Can't Aece
That Invitation to Thaksgiving
Dinner unless you get a new suit.
If you stop in herc TOMORROW,
have your measure taken, we will
have your suit ready for you in
ample time for that Turkey dinner.
Our suits make you look like a win
ner, and tho price is very smalL com
pared to the value given.
Smith* Garrett & Barton
"WHERE QUALITY REIGNS"
Belton, S. C.
Capital and Snrplns 013O.0C0.00
Collections Given Prompt Attention
Ellison A. Smyth, W. E. Greer,
President, y. v, and Cashier,
li. if. Campbell, Asst. Cashier.
MDdM AT THIS
I have a proposition that will pay-14 per cent on your
money.4
$600.00 (Six Hundred Dollars) wi!! turn the trick.
H. G. LOVE
R?yJ Estate Over Hubbard's Jewelry Store
Pill modern conveniences on Maxwell street, half way between
two paved streets for rer.t at $18.00 per month. Fronts the
East, has lot 75 by 250 feet deep.
Also six room, two story, bouse, all conveniences, corner
Weet Market ?nd Peachtree street, for rent at $14.00 per
month. On paved street, splendid neighborhood.
Anderson Real Estate & Investment Company
E. R. Horton, I*, ca. * L, S, Horton, V. P., . W. F* Maraluul, Secy.
$1.00 to $37.30
?;SMaT?ogahyRockers] Genuine leather'.-'seats,... .''. .$8.50 up i
i"-. Fumed-Pak; Rockers, Genuine leather: .seats..... .$7.50up -j
'.. Golde ? Oak'Rockers,'? Genuine ter.ther-seats/... .$5.00 up ;|
Early- English Oak Rockers, Genuine leather seats. $5.00 up,
?Ve carry au immense stock of ror.kera with>Wrad. ntii? ' \
imitaron leather seat* at lower prices, -too.
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Hi's Easy to Tay the
.117 & militer
Phone 263

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