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! Palmetto Tfeate
Seymour Musical Comedy Co.
MOVIES FOR TODAY
"FATHER AND SON"
Three Reel Reliance.
"UNDER A SHADOW"
Two Reel Drama.
"A SAPHEAD'S REVENGE"
"MRS. PRUNE'S BOARDING HOUSE"
THE JACQU3TH MUSICAL CO.
4 REELS PICTURES
PRICES 10 AND 20 CENTS
?$&t'?;: '?J?C- Anderson and Spartanburg
'. iftl? terni begins January ard. Penmanship, Bookkeeping, Short
hand ,aud Typewriting are tho loading branches taught. Coma and let
us prepare you for on- Independent'career. Compotont Bookeepera ani\
Stenographers uro nlwuyn in demand.- Day aud niRhtincBslons; Enter
Ceci?V Business School
f v; s J Anderson und Sportnnburg, S. C.
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DID YOU KNOW- i
That Chase & Sanborn's Roasted Coffees are the best lo
drink. Pure and wholesome.
DID YOU KNOW
That Chase & Sanborn's Seal Brand Coffee is in a class bjr
Itself, lids no equal. It is served in the leading Hotels, Din
ing Gars,; pates and High Teas, lb .......... 1 ......, .40c
DID YOU KNOW
That Chase & Sanborn's Superior Coffee is the L?st Coffee
?? the world for the price. Put up hi air tight packages, not in
lin cans. If you want a tin can go to. tin shop and buy One,
lt will last you a life time. Only 35c lb, 3 for.. .... .$1.00
DID YOU KNOW
That Chase ^Sanborn's Choice Coffee, better known as the
"Blue Package Coffee!* goes into more honies in Anderson
than any other, one brand of Coffee. We have customers wn? .
have been using this Coffee forthirteen years .Without change.-.
! If you want a medium priced Coffee, mild flavor, the ,ne?t
money will buy for the price try 1 lb; per lb .
DID YOU KNOW
That Chase & Sanborn^ Little Qiba Coffee is the kind that
appeals to the old time Coffee drinker who likes. Iib Coffee
rec times a day, lb..2Sc
SPECIAL SATURDAY t
lbs SaiHos P^-fberfv.Coffee for..v$?;OT'
7 lbs UjovCofV? for.,, i.. .-.>: .-'"._.$1.00
re * Guarantee Every Pound pf Coffe? We
Sell or Money Refunded.
OF THE FIRE ENGINE
ONE ON PUBLIC SQUARE
AND OTHER ON TRIB
.xml rt _ i-t lia_._? r\
*viit oe Istvan s III? muming ca sr
O'clock on Public Square
Two demon-.,iratinns wore given
yesterday with the ?merlcan-LaFrnnce
7.".0 ?ullon fire engine pump", both of
whkti were very successful MT.
Oscar Stew vt of Newberry and Mr.
Wyatt of Atlanta, Oa., representative
of tho Amerlcan-Latrance Fire En
gine company arrived yesterday morn
ing and bosun to got ready for tho
Tho Hrst ilemous'ratlon was given
at the substation of the Southern
Public Utilities company on 'fribble
street, the englno lifting Ks own wa
ter from the reservoir and ?ending .it
high up in the air. The second de
monstration wan given on tee public
sijuaro ut 4::;o and waa witnessed by
a large crowd. The water was pull
e:l through lines of hoso 100 feet long,
then pumped out through two more
lines of hose tho same length, Both
of tho streams had great force and Dir?
water was easily thrown over the
steeple on the Hotel Chiquola. It Is
snltl that- 'three streams of water
could havo hen used Just the same
way had tito water supply been ade
Another demonstration of tito en
gine will Lo given this morning at 9
o'clock cn the public square, at which
time tho water will bo forced through
1,000 feet of hose and will be run.
?lown South Main street. The men
In charge of tho engino stated yes
terday ti vat they would be glad to de
monstrate tho englno to ino satisfac
tion of anyone who desired to ques
tion its ability. Several people from
Helton aro expected to come ovor to.
Anderson thia morning to seo tho de
This engine ls belnK shipped to
another city and is stopped here more
ly for demonstration.
THIS MING AT 10
Few Civil Cs?es Arc to Be Heard
and it Will Last Only a
According to consent ot ail parties
concerned, the court of common pleas
was not opened on Monday morning
but instead will convene this morning
ai 10 o'clock. Judge Moore, when
asked about tho opening of com':
stated that ho was perfectly satisfied
to come on Tuosday instead of Mon
day, so the day of opening wnp post
poned. Following is thc roster of
casca and the jurors for <UJO first
Summoy versus Anderson coan ty.
Case company versus Watson.
. Url s tow versus Mammon 1 and
Hicks voraus Southern Public
Rhodes versus Henderson/
IM mo nd s versus'. C.S. & A.
Zemurry voraus Manoa.
The Jurors drawn to - servo this
week aro as follow.-,:
C. J. Meredith. Fork.
J. E. Sadler, Savannah.
J. F. Latham, Hall.
J.E. Gumbrell, Pendleton.
Jeff Cromer, Berk.
J; ?.. Ballard, Pendleton.
L. L. Wright, Henea'Path.
Z. C. Ballentlnc, Broadaway;
S. E. vBeeks, WiHIam?ton.
t?. -N. Hutto, VarenncB.
J. T. Howard, Varenhes.
; l): A. Heed, Martin;
C. E. Keys. Hopewell.
G. B. Townsend. Anderson.
W. F. White, Brushy Creek.
A? D. " Jones, Belton.
J. . M". Bailoyt Broadaway.
W. Wi wa?l?i?, Afruc??OS.
O. C. Bannister, Belton.
Ellas J. Earl?, Savannah;
Jno. W. Ashley. Martin.
J. A. .Evejt, Garvin.
L. T. Campbell, Centervlllo.
J. A. Bouchiltoh. Centervlllo.
; Ct ?JiJ.1 Klms?y. At?d??son.
C.. P.'. Hanks, Corner,.
P. Acker, Belton.
A. S. Masters Vor?n?e?.
DE. rBrown, Cen>iorville.
w. Et Davis, ilonea Path*
J. G. Bryar^, Wllllamstoh.
Jno. ??t,fd, Wllliamston.
. ' IV. G; Todd, Rock Mills.
J. H, Phillipa. WlMamston.
R. P... Keatbri?" Martin.;
A. W. Kay^ Anderson.
' ?^CO?Ut?iCT?ON )..\
??Mt&? Tied*'. 'O lieoipos Which Wert
There waa a mistake tn tho recipes*
published in Th? 'Intelligencer Cn
Sundaymoral n g. In tho one entitled,
t'J^^^teVe?AUl^r^ said Add two
pounds of tlowr when tote should have
been two tablespoonsful of Hour. .
K|O^-~ " .'
Ai Pint Roch.
Rev. W. J, Foster of linnea" Path
will preach at Flat ; Rock Baptist
chsr^h S;--;r Sunday morning
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BESIDE PM TRACKS
WAS FOUND EARLY SUNDAY
MORNING BY REGULAR
HE IS UNKNOWN
Sui Papers Found in His Pocket
Bear Name of Forest Miller
and Henry Mc Abe c.
An unknov np ro was found on
tin? P. fr. N. traces between Piedmont
and Pelzer by the motorman of the
j first car Sunday morning leaving An
derson and arriving at Piedmont about
7:?50 o'clock. The negro lay flat on
his face near tho rails and was not
seen by the motorman of the car un
til after he had gotten almost to ulm.
Fortunately the negro was not on tho
trackB. but was Just beside them, and
wan not struck by thc car.
On going back, persona from the
car found the negro in a dazo.l condi
tion, conscious but unable to speak,
and seemingly intoxicated. He waa
suffering from a flesh wound In the
3calj> about nine inches long. This
had bled freely and made a very rjgly
looking wound. He was taken to
Piedmont by Kie men in charge of tho
car and left there under medical at
The only Identification which may
give a clue to the negro is a buncn
of papers. One paper bears thc name
of Forrest Miller, and other of Henry
HcAbee. Who the negro is and what
happened to him before Hie was found
is as yet unknown.
IN REGARD BRIDGE
CONFERENCE WILL BE HELD
ON THURSDAYvQF THIS
ARE ASKING AID
From Congtcasiunn lu GeofgiS
and Also From Congress
T.'.e plan for a bridge across Sa
vannah river betweon Andorson and
Hart counties aro rapidly being made.
Just now, tho plan that seems- moat
foaslblo ls to try for federal aid in
building the brluge. Mr. Julian B.
"McCnrry of Hartwell, Ga., has writ
ten Mr. Mack King, supervisor of An
derson county that Hie has written Mr.
S. J. Tribblo, congressman of tho
'Stu congressional district of Georgia,
\3king him to try and get an appro
priation to build tho Georgia eldo of
.he bridge. - If present plana do no*
miscarry, and tho appropriations are
made, Vie bridge will be constructed
.'rpm money appropriated by. the gov
>?IMMtAlli ImtP P?Am A n,laf,i/iu -nw) f 1>A
. MlUUUkf t" vin 4%UUO? .JW.. i ? . _ ,
rest from tho Georgia side.
Mr. McCurry's lotter to Mr, King
reads ab follows:
"I bave written Hon. S. J. Trib
ble, congressman ot the 8th district
to seo if ho ( aundt get an ?pprbpria
l?oh from xho gov?rnmen?. '^.Niild?ho
bridge across Savannah River": Sup
;ose you write Mr. Aikon In regard
to tho samo matter.
"Julian B. Mc Carry."
Mr. King announced that lite bas al
ready written Mr. Aiken and has put
.ibo matter directly to him. If tho
government will build ,thla bridge,
or even assist Anderson " aud . Hart
counties lb . doing so. it will be a
boon to both counties. Haft county
lia not financially any better off than
Anderson, and neither county baa th?
monoy just now to '8j>end'.;pa the
bridge. If held can bo secured from
l? io government, .the task Ot "erecting
tho bridge between the two'' counties
will barnado much easier On the tax
Irt resnrd *o definite niau a of .the
near future, Mr.-King staf?? thai he
has had a request from certain gen
tlemen; with whom ho conferred bu
Thursday of last week, to r?ect: wit t
them at Brown's ferry Th?feday "Of
thia week. 'i'dl'i^^SS??^
The meeting la to be hold at'iiron n'a
ferry and som? definite plans will bo
decided. The ^entlemen'^^jn^i?ebrf
gla aro very ?nth?8?astlc:'?v?'r the
pi ?ns end :f.?y they, will flr-d their'half
ot the moriev some way. .Tfje bringo
wilt certainly bo b\iUt; ;3|?i^#*8t
b?w. then lt Ia sure to coni? later,
?hd'the soonor the bettif.
'.? i Fnonr A. Gel&berg No. 733 for
OL'tt JITNI?Y OFt'?I^-Tnis and Sc.
DOKt MISS THIS. Cai- oat: this
Slip, -enclose .--with' Gc u n d *, r? a ll 11 \$*P
Foley & Coi. Chicago, lil., weting
your name and address clearly. Ybtt'
will receive by return a trial'.agra
ago containing Foley's Money and Tai*
Compound; for coughs, ^ . ;colds., ?nd
croup; Foley Kidney P1^9?.1for pain
in eldo mid back rheumatism back
ache, kidney; ?nd bladdo?i^.aUraNts?
tra?! Foley Cathee, TabJ?Us. a whole
sorbo and. thoroughly cleanst?ig ?a&- ?
eJrJ?lo for constipation; . b?lousi^ik?, ?
j h ead non o ?na B?pggiah no^tfis.-^H?T?
NOT SO MANY AS ON LAST
SALESDAY BUT BIDDING
LIST OF SALES
Includes Several ! rge iraqi* of
Land and Several Small
111 t 1
Public ?ales for Anderson county
today wore quite numerous.. There
were not iso many as on last sales
tlay. which came in November, but tho
number was larger than usual. Fol
lowing aro the eales:
Burt G. Bryant, as administrator of
tho estate of X. K. Bryant, deceased,
against John O: Bryant and others.
41 1-4 acres of lund on Eighteen Mlle
creek, to Brown 'Wilson for 91,230.
Farmers &. Merchants bank .against
Sam Simpson, et al., 101 88-100 acres
In Savannar township, to J. E. Clink
scales for $3,700.
Mrs. C. J. Alexander against W. X.
Walker and .others, ono lot and two
buildings on Cllnkscnles street, to J.
ll. Tate for W. X. Walker for $875.
Prank A. Dickson and others, ad
ministrators, against MTS. Mnttle L.
Dickson and othcrB. two' tracts, 145
M nd 101 4-5 acr?B of . lund In Fork
township to Mattie L. Dickson for
Simeon T. Harrison, In his own
right and as administrator of the es
tate of Estello Berry Harrison,
against Joe Berry. Acker and others:
Tract Xo. 1, one-fourth of an acre or
land in city of Anderson to Sim T.
Harrison for $400; tract No.- 2, one'
lot on Thomas street in city of An
derson to Sim T. Harrison for $150;
Tract Xo. 2, one lot on new street,
city of Anderson, to Sim T. Harrison
for $85. 5
Mrs. Louise M. Xance and R. Y. H.
Naneo against Paul B. O'Neal and
others. Tract Xo. "1, 127 acres of
land In Pendleton township to W. R.
Wllllamston for $1.380; Tract No. 2,
300 acres of land to -T. Allen for
J. T. Lawrence, as administrator cf
the estate of Mrs. Annie E. Foster,
against Gus Foster, et al.; Tract No.
1, one lot on Trlbble street to W. E.
Atkinson for $500; Tract No. 2, lot
on Tribble street, to
J. S. Fowler, against 12. Willing
ham and Citizens Insurance agency,
four lots In town of Bolton.to J. S.
Fowler for $4,550; $4,1'00, $4,500 and
Mrs. Mattie P. Richardson against
Henry Dennis and others, 122 acres
of land In Fork township to S. L'.
Prince, attorney for $1,000.
Thos. W.' Carroll and others
against William E. Johnston and oth
ers, 245 acres of land on Twentjj
Three Mlle creek to A. H. Bagnall, at
torney for W.E. John v.'), for S8
Two parcels of real ?state of the
estate of the lato D. lt. Beaty were
sold at public auction today, 164
acres uear Dean's was sold to Mrs.
Mary Beaty for $9,050, and his resi
dence and five acres just Boubhi of
the city, was bought by S. C. Major
?S I STflMlCH
S0?I! THE FOOD S
"Papa's Diapepsin" fixes sour,
fc?assy, upset stomachs
in five minutes.
If what you just ate ls souring on
your stomach Or iles nico a lump of
load, refusing to digest; or you belch
gas and eructate soar, undigested
food, or haye a feeling PC dizziness,
heartburn, fullness, nausea,, bad; tafite.
In mouth and stomach headache, you
can nurdy get relief In five mnlutes,
As? your pharmacist, to" show .yon
the formula, plainly printed on these
Ptty-cent cases ot Papo's. Diapepsin;,
then you will understand why dys
peptic troubles of all kinds must go,
and why it relieves soar, out-of-order
'stomachs or : indigestion lu / five min
ute;;. "Pape's Dlspepaln" ia harmless;,
tastes like- candy,\ though c?en d?se I
will, digest .and preparo |or assimila
tion into the blood oil tho food you
eat; besidoB, lt makes you go to .the
table with a healthy Appetite; but
want will please you most, is that
Uves or liver pills for biliousness or
. This' cf ty wi* J nave msay ^^p?ff
Dlapeppfi" cranks, - as "soma people
will <?uv them^'but' you ."will be; en
thusiastic about this splendid JmBK
nth preparation, too, lt you over take
lt for indigestion, gases, heartbwri*.
, 3?urno ss?, dyspepsia;, or- any ntomnch
Oct-some now, this minute, and rid
yourself of y lom s ch mise ry and indi*
ge?tipn ?n.fiyo minutes. , . v';..
?niwiiM?-- inrii' m ? m.--rwMawrn?
I / SEE ;
last's Book Store
; in its CKristmas ?fres*. Tho
' most ??esatiful place in An
A SALE OF
We place on sale this morning 100
pairs ladies ffelt houseslippers, regular
85c value for
Colors, Red, Blue, Green, Lavender.
Red Checked, Brown Checked, Gray
A dandy gift for Christmas-re
member the price-45 cents.
Geisberg Bros. Shoe Co.
UNDER MASONIC TEMPLE
SHOES THAT SATISFY.
United States Government Assay of Lead
ing Brands off Plated Ware
/ ^ - Proportion of silver
?found In each haif-doz?n
Gorham Silver-plate (Only Grade Mfgd.) j* . .4970 0?.
Community Silver-plate (Best Grade) .3811 OE.
Reed & Barton . ...3629- Oz.
Rogers' "1847" . - .3120 0?.
Holmes & Edwards (Best Grade) ? .2960 Or.
Wm. A. Rogers' (Reenforced Sectional plate" .2914 Or.
Rogers & Bros. ("A-l") -2718 0?, .
Gorham silver plate ha3 the lustre of silvor and the longevity of
silver at a fraction of the cost; and while BO much heavier and better
than any other brand of plate, Gorham costs yon no mpro.
ISfcarchbariks & Btibb
Exclusive Representatives in Anderson
Belton, S. C.
Coogal and Surplus SlWfcSfri
Colle? fl..as Given Prompt Ai?uiiea:
Ellisou av Smyth, W. E. Greer, ~
President. Y. P. andi Cashier.
IL fi. Campbell, Asst. Cashier,
. m m i
Out W Showld
The price meets the val?e'exactly at the
proper place and "you'll be more than satis-,
fled. If you don't, we'll ''make good" wHere
*' Hamburg?r-^. didnH, b-ii-t we've not yet been
. called upon to fiirnish that satisfactibji.
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