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"THE WAYSIDE INN"
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"HE WAS ONLY A BATHING
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ter game with goods that you know will
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ARE PLACED IN JAIL
WHILE TAKING ORDERS FOR
ARE NOW IN JAIL
Man and Woman in Belton are
Placed in Jail on Charge of
Having Stolen Ring.
News reached thc city last nigh' of
a robbery in Melton which ls rathe-*
u:: usual. A couple, sahl to be Mr.
uinl Airs, isl L. Teddi representatives !
of a portrait firm in Chicago, iii.. ?
tailed at the home of Mr. Clarence!
Pinson, a prominent fanner nea - I Iel - j
ton. yesterday morning to obtain an I
oniei for a photograph to ?>? eularg- |
cd. They wen- invited in and after
talking for a snort time. Mrs. Pinson
loft the room in which (hey were in
to BO to another lo get thc picture.
She canii? back and itt a few mil) ut OJ
thc agents loft. A short time niter
thc agents departed, Mrs. Pinson
ni'spi.-l a diamond ring v.hici was lr
u cast! on the bureau in thc room
where thc agents had been and started
a search. Fa j! lng to find the diamond,
site notified her ' hu.'baud who weat
to Pelton und i!:ad. a warrant sworn
out before Magistrate Kay.
Last night the couple returned to
their hoarding phire in Pelton and
tho warrant was served. The ring
was found on fie person of u third
party who ls said to L'opr osent the
same cbmpanv, but who was not with
tlie agent! yesterday morning, lie
staled '.Lat the woman had given him
tho ring lo keep. The couple were
lodged in-jail and & (.preliminary will
be given this morning.
Culhane & Co., have decided to nro
Bo:it Eugene Walter's play, "The Trail
of li o' Lonesome Pico" wl:h Mis J Eily
O'Connor in thu loading role at the
Anderson for one night only. Friday,
December 10. Thc play, which is
founded on the nove! of the same name
hy .lohn Fox, Jr., ls in four acts. The
fir:;t and fourth acts arc laid under
thu pine ut sunset, and sunrise; tito
Second act at tl:e Oap and the third
act in tho heroine's mountain hume.
Eugene Walter has condensed tho time
of tlie unfolding of thc romaneo of
J>-j Tolliver and Jack Halo, but In- ?
creased the rapidity of action.. The "
Tildi act closes with June, t]ie little
barefoot mountain girl on her way to
Behool. In Me second act she learns
that Jack ls not thinking seriously cf
a marriage she believed to be inevi
table and returns to tho mountains.
Tho third act thrills with Ci? Iqv<
story of June and Jack Hale and t.:c
suppression of the fend aided -Jby th-,
awakening, of June to '.? i dif.' re .rc
between the duty ol love and tlu
duty of 'tho law resulting In the re
union and marriage of tho nv.:; , de
lightful book characters ' ?var-j < m
celyed In the last act. The Will F..
Ciii?iuiitt Amusement cottipsny nave
given the play a raaghlflce-n-i prclu-j
Hon, tho mountain scenery being es
' BRITISH STEAMER SOE
Itepurt tor November Shows tl:e ^'um
ber as Pilly-tareel
London, Doc. *;.-Two more r.ritl.?h
ateamors, tho Coleus: j and the Orar sc
Prince, ha ve. been sunk presumably fi.v
bubmarlnea. Tb-* latest rc r ori to v e
board of trade du lng. November
shows fifty-three British stcamert?
wore sunk with a loas of CHG llvoe. In
tho snn>? period tho loss of thirty
five sailing vessels was reported. So,
far Hie figures show only tho twonty of
tho steamers Bunk by German war
ships, and ten by mines but Ii)."? Uvea
Jost on ships eunk by warship. The
figures do uot record t).-.b total for
November, but concern only reports
received during that month.
tiroecc Ulven Warning.
Alflens, Dec. 2.--Representatives ot
Austria a?d Germany informed tho
Greek government that If ." tho de
mands of the quadruple, entente were
granted the central powers wiP
"cease"to con-alder Grook Macedonia
as friendly territory" according to tho
?oen Asty. .
Total Prit ?sh Losses.
London, Doc. 2.-In. answer to thc
question In tho house of commons
Premier Asquith gaye a ' written reply
stating that ti ve British- casualties
from tho war numbered 540,230 killed
wounded and missing. This ts some
what under tho number unoRlcIallly
, Kev. J. T. Mann*? Appointments/;.
Rev.. J. T. \Maun. will pveat'v at
Hopewell church .nest Sunday .morn
ing ot eleven o'clock, and at Friend
ship near Plerctown at 3 o'clock on
samo day. .
J. T, Mann.
"Are the fish biting now?" asked
the stranger. -
"Yes," epliod the boy. . "Rut. yon
lln't allowed to catch *em."
"Dp, you "meari- to aay ' you don't
tish?" . .
don't exactly fltiv. Rut if a fish
.nines along, ond.bites st pie L do my
host1 to defend myself. "
?ON OF BRIDGE
SUPERVISOR KING HAS WRIT
TEN LETTER TO SUPER?
Last Presentment Anderson Coun
ty Grand Jury Doubtless
Action Be Taken.
Supervisor J. Mack Kin? has ad
dressed a letter to Supervisor Wil
L'OII of Hart county, Georgia, calling
tho latter's attention to fa<:t that
in thc presentment of the grand jury
of Un- last tenn of court ii war. recom
mended that the Anderson county of
ficials take up with the proper au
i-iornlott in Georgia the matter of
building a bridge ove:- Savannah river.
In this letter Mr. King asks that V e
Uart county supervisor suggest a dato
when tho two will get together and
discuss this question.
Tho people generally in Anderson
county are of the opinion that some
thing definite will be done uboul this
bridge- question this time and that
within a few month;: actual work will
be under way. This question has
been agitated for years past, Ha:t
county bring ready and willing at dif
ferent times to go her share. One ot
the questions which is already being
much discussed is that of where the
bridge will bc located.
Supervisor King's letter to Super
viso:- Wilson follows: Jt
"Dear Slr:-At the recei t term o?
court for thJ.s county, .t.e gr*"! jury
mude some recommendations In ref
erence to the hu i ld i ii'- of a bridge
across Savannah river between our
counties. I am sending you some ox
tracts from till? presentment. They
say among other things:
"For sovora) year.; lt has Leen re
cognized as one of the urgent needs
of two progressive counties that n
substantial bridge he constructed
across Savannah river at or near one
of the moot direct public roads bo
tween Anderson and Hartwell, Geor
Wc' are reliably informed that I
Hart county in Georgia ls ready and
willing to defray V.?ir the expense'of
building such a bridge. and wo
therefore unanimously recommend
that the Anderson county delegation
provide nt the next session of the
general assembly for the raising of
ouHlclent funds hy .taxation to meet
sahl bridge to he ?bull? as soon as
practicable. We recommend that the
board of county commissioners get
In touch with the .<propor authorities
of Hart county, Gu., and agree on
O'.:o plan, cost and proposed location
of fjild bridge and submit said Infor
ma .ion to the Anderson county dele
gation for action at the *>cxt session
of thc general assembly.
"When will it suit you.to meet me
at one of the ferries on the river to
discuss this proposition. rieuse let
mo know :-oon.
"J. Mack King.
Six Candidates Took Jtoynl Arch D?<
grce Lost Night. .
A special meeting of Burning Bush
chater No. 7, F.<. A. M., "was hold last
evening to confer the royal arch de
gree on BIX candidates. Mr. George
T. Brvan of Columbia, royal grand
maEter, was present to assist. After
the conferring of the degrees, a de
lightful banquet wnB served.
Those taking tr.e rayai arch de
gr?s? were: L. II. Ledbejter, A. Qtenb
Ehjans. AV. E. Watson, ll. P. Pad
gett; all of Anderson; Dr. J. N.
Land. Starr and Dr. C. M. Tripp,
Local cotton 12 cents.
Cotton seed $42 ton.
New York. Dee. 2.-Cotton opened
steady. 6 to 7. Up on bettor cables and
bullish ' spot advices, '.but eased 8. 9
Dr 10 points .on realising. Higher
rrelght reports offset th?steady cables
and tito market worked p ff to a noot
(oso of 6 to 9 points. Rallies of 4
sr 5 followed 3D the afternoon on cov
ering'and Now Orleans buying.
. Sew York Cotton.
Open. H lp h. ^L?w. Close.
Dec . . .12.20 12.82 12.33 12.20
Jan . . M2.85 12.45' 12.33 12.30
March . . .12?.78 13.7$ 12.60 12.60
May . . .12.08 12.98 12.78 12.79
July . . .18.05 13.06 12.87 12.87
. Spots 12.40. .
? '. Open. Close.
lan-Feb .. .. ;. ;V .?..?,83 7.27
War-Apr .. .. . . ., i,7.29 7.24
WayrJuno . ,.7.26 7.21
Pant's Book Store
in its Christmas dress. Tlio
most beautiful place in An
Then You'll Get P
This ad will not appear again in this or any other newspaper
again. It was given The Intelligencer as a test of its ability to draw
trade. We offered their Advertising Manager five very unusual
bargains with which to try out their newspaper. We agreed to sell
these five staples at COST. Instead of five staples, we have named
six, and every one offered at absolute COST. These six SPECIALS
will be on sale Saturday and Monday ONLY. To get these Specials
at ?OST, you MUST tell the clerk "I SAW YOUR AD IN THE IN
Mens every day shoes. Made of solid
leather, and made by Endicott, Johnson
& Co. Sells the world over for $2.50
and worth every cent of it. Here
Saturday and Monday t?? 1
for . . ..wit
Women's Dress Shoe, made of solid
leather. This is the famous "Diamond"
brand, ll sells regularly for $2.50. lt is
known as "The best S2.50 Ladies shoe on
the market." For Saturday and Monday
only we're going to sell t?? 1 Chlf^
Choice of all Mens S 15.00 All Wool
Suits of clothes in Serge and Fancy Wor
sted fabrics. Hand tailored, and usually
sold for 516.50 and $18. Here Sat
urday and Monday oniy
Any $18.00 or Si6.50 Ladies Coat
Suit, trimmed in Fur, or plain trimmed.
Every fabric and color worn in the Fash
ion centers this fall,-represented in this
lot. Here, Saturday and d?Q A[?
Monday, only .... .'. O
Androscoggin bleaching, 36 inches
wide. Sells for 10 to 12 1-2 cents a yard
everywhere. Saturday and Mon
day only (rio limit) . . . . . . .
Pure Linen Table linen, 72 inches
wide.- Regular $1.00 value, Saturday
and Monday only, per . pyj? ^
yard. .v uC
B. FLEISHMAN & BRO.
Osborne & Pearson's.; Old Stand. . H
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I Ten Piece Dining Rooni BS ll
Finished in Either Early English or Fumed Oak
Table-4& in?h top, 8 foot extension. Round, patent lock pedestal.
Chairs-Six straight chairs, with solid wood bottoms. Very com
fortable and substantial.
Buffet-22x50 inches, with bevel edge mirror 12x48 inches; and
finished inside and out.
Serving Tabler-38x18 inches.
China Cabinet-40x16 inches. Five feet and three inches, high.
Glass iront and sides.
II? E Kt rvl S O A. S H
WeTiave other Dining Room sets for less money;. .
Our store is-'l^inj^fuil and running over with nice furniture for ev?
ery room in yom house, at pnces that will delight the buyer as
much as the furniture will please the one who rec?ives it. Give f?r*
niture forOhristmas/ It will serve to rentirtu^ the> recipient bf; th??
giver fori^ahy mon^ to c?m?. :?ff:.t-"y ?.)
Dr?p m ?md see tts be fare you buy. Wei) both he glad.
"Cooper Sella It For tew'V;
East Wiiitner Si., In Brown Building.