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Should Be Chosen This Week
Surprise Delivery At Any Hour You Say
A gifjt. that is to last a lifetime should be
chosen deliberately. And these are the
very last of the shop-at-leisure days. Never
before have you had . better selection of
High Grade Pianos for Christmas.
We have such a large selection of really high grade pianos
from which to1 select thal we are not compelled to try to sell
you any one particular make of piano. We will demon
strate all of them and let your good judgment decide which
one you prefer; of course'we will be glad to give you the
benefit of our experience if you wish it, but we let the pianos
spe?? for themselves.
We sell the famous '
Ivers & Ponds
Kranich & Bach, ,~ <
Hallet & Davis
A?tbpiano (A player-piano)
REECE & WELCH PIANO GO.
Successors to the C. A. Reed Piano & Organ Co.
314 South Main Street.
jal For Friday Only
:6 Rogers K?iv? . . . . . $1.00 Set pf 6
%>g^ ||| $1.00 Set of 6
j Price these anywhere,
^lies? ?opds talk for themselves.
WALTER ?. KEESE & COL
The Store That is Always Busy
? Pound iron
Cuj-h'c?i Iron WL60.
4$^'^?se\ Stovo ?.50
5 cup Percolator $?00
linen Hot Plate '?5.7&
Tea Sasaofer 9?SM
cop Colonial Perce?
And many, wan? others.
SOI'THERN rrnue ipmt?s' no.
POSSIBLE R6H? OVER
fl GEORGIA BI?
Atlanta, Dec. 16-Georgia's good
sbfp of, ?tate is stripping her decks for
action lu the event of a possible bat
tle over tho effort of Sae Louisville
and Nashville railroad to build a line
parallel with the Western and At
Attorney General Clifford Walker,
after a conference with Gio governor,
has stated through Gielr representa
tive in tho legislature and adopted ti ie
policy of protecting Gie state's road
from pallable, every right under the
law will bo invoked in tho'state's in
The governor, appreciating the tact
Gmt the regular work o* the attorney
general's office is more than any one
lawyer can perform, Cms at tho re?
qiest of Mr. Walker anounccd that
associate counsel will be named.
The governor has selected ex-jus
tice of the Supreme Court Horace M.
Holden for this important place ns as
sociate counsel and Judge Holden hus
indicated hi? willingness to accept.
lt ls possible that Judge Hines, spec
ial, attorney to tho railroad commis
sion, and W. A'. WimLdsh,- attorney
for the Western & Atlanta rall-oad
in ay ai HU juin iu 'fi'.ve matter, though
Gils Ima not. been given out offi
cially . .
DOftS CARRY DISEASE.
Neglected Animals 3fay Become Car
rlcrs of Infect iou to .Farm Ani
Tho dog in Gio country ls a useful
nnd' pleasant adjunct to the farm If ho
ls properly controlled rvnd cared for,
hut when neglected may readily be
como a carrier of disease to stock, in
addition.to gaining opportunity to kill
sheep and destroy gardens and other
property. Dog ordinances, as a gen
eral rule, haye been Intended chiefly
to curb the dog's power pf doing i.iarm
by attacking, biting, killing or run
ning sheen or stock. The part that
ho plays aa a carrier of di?ases to
animals only recently has been recog
nized,'according to tho zoologists Di
the department, who believe that
when i1?!? is better understood; rural
V "durance's and . lawo whkli lessen
this danger will gain the 'support o?
Of Gie-diseases carried to stock by
dogs, . the foot-and-mouth discaso ?B
probably of the greatest interest at
thia timo. In this case the dog acts
as a mechanical carrier, of infection.
The dbg wihieh runs across an infect
ed farm easily may carry in tho dirt
on his feet the. virus of .this ino3t
contagious of animal diseases to oth
er farms and'Gius spread Gie disease
to tho neighboring herds. In infect
ed localities it is absolutely essential,
therefore, to keep all dogs chained
and never to allow i'iem oft the farm
There are, however, many . .other
maladies lu the spread bf which tho
dog takes an acGve part. In Bulletin
200' of the department, "The Dog as
a Carrier of Parasites and Disease,"
it ls pointed oat thai rabies, hydatid.
ringworm, favus, double-pored tape
worm, roundworm, and tongue worm,
are. oftpn conveyed to human beings
in this way. It occasionally happens.'
also Gist Gio dog "helps fleas and^tickr;
in transmitting bubonic- plague or tho
deadly spotted fever.
Hydatid disease is caused by tho
presence. in the liver, kidneys, bram,
lungs, and other organs of a bladder
worm or larval -tapeworm. Bladder
worms are often as largo as an orange
and may, be larger. A dog which- is
allowed to feed on carrion, or the raw
viscera of slaughtered animals may
eat all or part of a bladder worm
containing:numerous tapeworm heads.
These tapeworm (heads, develop into
omalljs'?guientGd tapeworms In. Gie inr
tooGnes of Gie deg. The tapeworms
In turn develop egga which are pass
ed out In Gio excrement of the dog.
They are . spread broadcast on grass
and . in " drinking water whero nai
rn al s can very well,eat them and thus
becomo infected.' Tho (hog Is 'parti
cularly iliable to Gils disease /because
bf. its . rooting habits. The eggs' may
iget into huinari food, and1 persona
-who allow : dogs to< lick- Gielr hands
and f?ce oleo run .Gie risk of-getting"
tho ?fega; ot GK> tapeworm in their
. Prevention on .ih<v farm consists in
so. restraining S'lo d?g,*hat ho can not
get at carrion dr raw viscera. .Vis
cera should bo 'boiled before being
.fed to dogs ar.J- should never be
thrown bu tho -fields. lt .not cooked
and fed, viscera and carcasses should
bo burned,., buried with lime, or ec
disposed of as not to he accessible
to. dogs?- : Proper feeding of the dog
I^.'?*BUm-y?t-:'xkW? . th? . 0^?CT - Who
does not feed. ?: dog properly has , np
right to. keep one.
Tho parasite VtyhlcfrV Cansos, gld in
sheep - oomewliati resemble*' Gie 'hy
datid worm. A dog allowed 'ty eat
thc brain of. a giddy sheep, may. swal,
ldw thhvparaslte,'and later 'distribute'
over; tu?-' ^pasture. ' Sheep w?ilo fgrar?,
lng Swttilpw. to? >ggs' 'wllbr*tha grasa
which they eat. In tho case Pf sheep
measles, the, bladder, wornt > In- Gae
meat, typical :of this disease, Li s wal,-,
lowed by t/'-e ^dog a^d ?gain tho tape
-worm ogg? : ?re 'passed by the dog to
gross .pr " water, and there are eaten
; rfry Sheep. . ,
I ?) Sfi?y ;i&.t'Ki$e|?*d.
Atlanta, Deb? IS.-rThcre is today
? possibility that on injunction will
bp sought in; tf;o xoarts to stop tho
recall elec??c of . January 5th. Mayor
iWoodwbrdk- lt is batievctl, may .veto ?
tho council's call- for an election, and
in UjaV evit? lit 13 beloved Gmt Gie
?l^y 'et?tor?ey .will ad'-ise council' that
the veto ."Is AlleiaaJ TAA . ??HT* ?t??;
^ulC-;?#;.fo. take^tbe '? .natter in th?
. .OWtrts,': ;':.. ;. . ' ;; '' '?'/.'. . 7 ??.''[ ? . ?
. .'?-.' "? ' '. ' 1
OC^all animols tigers' are the moat
LEBANON CITIZENS HAVE
ORGANIZED CLUB FOR
25 MILES ROADS
TO BEGIN WITH
As a Starter Tney Will, Take
.' Highway Between City and
. ? Pendleton.
Realizing tho practical value of the
so-called "split log drag." and
prompted hy a feeling of community
pride, the farmers of tho Lebanon
section have 'organized a road drag
In response to an, Invitation from
Mr. lt.- It. Thompson, several citi
zens assembled at hl3 home on the
evening of December lOUi. Atter a
delicious supper definite plans were
laid. Mr. L. F.\ 1'voinpson was so
of road were apport!oned for a sys
tematic dragging. ''ho upper high
way from Ahdorson'to Pendleton was
first ^onsldereoV It will receive reg
ular dragging over its entire courso.
Other S important roads, wore then
This meeting Is Just a beginning.
Soon another will be held, at which
time lt ls expected that every road
of the community will be added to tie
list of ones that will receive modern
up*kcep. Drags'are now. being mude
and will be.given a tryout when tho
right season comes.
Tho success ot this and all similar
club3 depends- upon the activo co
operation ' of all tho peoplo of tho
community. It is tho earnest wish
of .tho members ot Vite club that
every ono In the county join In the
dragging of the.roads. Tho .results
from, such would be far reaching lu
its benefits. ,
Breeding 8pccfiilist; Has Jffade Plans
to Chrrjr on Work.
Clemson College,.- Dec. 16.-The
tension division '" or Clemson col
lege ha3 now. completed breeding
work in sixteen counties of the'state
next spring. Te? counties selected
.for tho work aro Ocohee, jGreen-,
.ville.. Greenwood*- JVewberry, Chester,
Lexington, illcbl?nd, Barnwell, Dor
chester, Jasper, Charleston, Berkeley,
Sumter, Florence, Dillon and Hor
The varieties to bo used, in tho
breedings plots OTO not all the same.
W?ere poSBlble^V.'b'igh-yieldlng local
variety, will: horsed... The follow
I lng bible chows >y -.G V ui.-ii<,o and
.the counties 4n ^whlcbftthey will be
i Garrie''corri: Richland, Sumter,
! Berke^ey,^ Jasper, and Charleston.
'Leo "county corn:. Oc'onee (Clem
son station.) . ?>
;Belmiont, (Cid Morris) corn: Barn
well anil Chested.' ir'^ ??
A ... Pee Deo "Nq. :5. , Cern: Florence
?"(Pee Dee station';) .'Dorchester, '(Coast
station, ) - arid, HoiJry .,'.?.
Marlboro corn j Newberry.
. Baldwin corn:'Greenville.
Lowman Yellow corn: Lexington.
Betihea corn: Dillon.
/Barrister corn: ^Greenwood.
Emery com: Oconee.
.'? In addition to. breeding work; with
tho . above * luimb'd varieties/ a test
of ten varieties will bo conducted
on the same farms. Ten of bio Bo
eill cd best .varieties in the state will
f be used' fri .these tests, which will be
continued for about tour years, using
tho same varieties each year. This
will-be .pJSgreat benefit to the farm
? era . ot the state, hs the results will
show wh??ihi ' v?rl?ilea yield best in
;;V .: ;.:?:' ; Piedmont, S. C.
fjk?jnr Saatis Clouse . . r .-.
'I nm real anclo as,to see this litter
in tho paper aa lt is-my first time to
rita you, liam a little boy 7. years, of
.Santy I wouut you to bring mee an
CrtCf i?i?Tp, ck u ?u*,' ?(7?\L - SOx?O II'H.'t?
fruit, and: Santy I .have' Some llttlo
: Cousins who arc fatherless and .thor,
xnoutacr warks, hand-', for there llvln
and' I am ?uro yod. wtil not for^get
ifhinreiand all oduir little orforing
?l?fldren' so good by and a merry
xmas. Laurnso Jariierson. .
Intelligent Pilli. ^
"?m,;.yes, Aul^? remarked.^ ./th?
medic? In his bc3t manner bis pa
I tient ' as they, stood in the consulting
I.Toom. ''??1 give you the following
prescription," and ho handed him
throe small packages.
The' patient" opened theM and read
"A powder i'or roy/ headache,", he
said aloud; "a pelt?t for my liver," ho
continued and a capsule tor ray gouty
foot.*'. Then be stopped and' ponder
ed-.^eeply, for a moment. "I aay. doe
4<ir." he queried, 'Vi?wll the lltt?e
beggars know tho right &l?Ce; to go
When they geti- int?der.'-Pl??adelphla
vi. ^in .tiifeikias; ,cf its-??ris?-^.soH?M
j Africa riert eeafon/' remarked tbi
"Take thy advice and donV' roplled
I the viSUan. . "Ari oerf?ch egg weighs
i from two tc . three pounds Tit-Bits,
JEW ELEG1EQ HEAD
OF ATLANTA CHAMBER
j Atlauta, Dec. lt>.-The election of a
Jew; as president of tho Atlanta
Chamber of Commerce has > dono more
to convince tho national press that
they ?landcred Georgia in. tho Frank
case than years of interviews and dc
nluls could have accomplished.
The chamber of commcrco elected
Victor Krlcghaber, not because'he was
a Jew, but because he was' the best
man in Atlanta for tho hlghoflice, and
tho chamber of commerco'dld not
have, the Frank case in tho back of
ti'jcir heads when they ballotted for
president, Lat tho ci rc um H tan ce- has
turned out nonetheless happily for
The New York Times cays that tho
election ol MT. Krlegt&riber "con
clusively refutes the Impression creat
ed in come minda by the Fiank case
that Piero is in Georgia, and especial
ly in Atlanta, a feeiiss Pf antagonism
Ito Jews as such. Atlanta, can now
I point to u fact which proves that tim
bitter rage of which Frank was the
?victim was not the result of his race
but of (ne peculiar conditions which
existed in Atlanta prior to tho murder
of Mary Phagan and otho-.* special
conditions which aroso during tho
trial of Frank."
This ls tho very peint which Gover
nor John M. Slaton and o'.f:er loyal
Georgians eloquently but vainly tried
to impress on the world by argument!
Today lt stands proven by fact. .
? VERY WOMAN
Notable Performance Will Ile Seen
Henry W. Savage's production of
the dramatic epcctaclo, "Everywo
man" comes to Tho Andorson Decem
ber 29th. It is a play with a purpo?o,
wlt?.H a deep underlying basis of phil
osophy and while tc a certain estent
didactic the pictorial element, tho cos
tumes, lights and ether adjuncts ot
the modern stago have combined to
adU to its effectiveness. The play is
presented upon a huge.scale and' ls
one of Henry W. Savage's most lux
urious productions. It io said that
ho considers it -his most notablo con
tribution to fie American ?tago. Tho
play came >to him SB a discarded and
discredited rejected manuscript. Ho
read it; recognized its beauties; pro
duced it; and oxpended sixty thous
and dollars in a production which
might have had a life of but ono per
formance. Over four million people
have witnessed "Everywoman" and it
is still one cf the most potent box?,
o lilt; e attractions in this epointry. A
special orchestra accompanies, -the
organization to render the impressive
score wu?ch was written by George
Whitefield Chadwick. The cast con
tains a score of .veil' known names;
iFlyinp Across Atlantic Is Now Easy.
In the January American j Magazlno
?Merle Crowell quotes Henry .Wood
house as saying that a transatlantic
flight in on aeroplane is now an easy
?hiatter? Mr. Woodhouse -is governor
of the Aero club of America''and- mem
ber of tire conference committee on
"The $100,000,000. spent, and tho
$200/100,000 appropriated for military
aircraft Ul iii?? ?ur, L -I fil ?TV- y-?ia u.T WC
nations pf tlie -world will bo one of the
best- investments for peac?' said Mr. i
Woodhouse. As an indication of the
stir&.ulous that flying has received, I
shay mention tho fact that any oft':?
.'superAmericas" Mr. Our Uss is
building could easily fly across the
in its Christmas dress. ' The
vost bcncUful place in An
Fresh Fish and Oysters
Try Oar Merchants Loach
Served Daily From 12>
G> D. AnfoRakos,
You Don't Have to
Get a Sleigh to Play
Santa Claus to
We've. got ? thousand pounds of the very freshest and
best of TIUYLElt'S whictt just arrived this week. We've
almost any shape and size package which your fancy
Drop in TODAY, place your order for "her":pack
age, etse "she'* may bc disappointed Christmas Day, for
you KNOW she is expecting you to play a.man's part by
? - ff '.>>?'.
Anything less would bc. unworthy of both of you.
.-' ' ./, - . . . ? ??:?*''.* /v" . . ., i^^,' ?;'?
While ive have a thousand
pounds of this famous candy there "
arc many others like yourself who
are going to send HVYLEU'S, so-'
Order TODAY, we'll deliver at whetever MINUTE
you say. k ?. ?
Three Stores *
On sale this morning at a
special price of
Right fresh from the factory, good
stylish and worth more of course?
Blacks and bine?, plain end For trim- f
med. You'll have to be Sn a hurry to
(et one? .
Wo are ?lindy doing the businesa in
Christmas gifta-just a ?ore fu?i of *
useful end iacxpensivo remembrances*
Come in tell your wants, it's awfully
easy to fill "cm here.