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Quit. tprrying.about what to give "her,"
and orderja package pf Whitmans. We have
such a hie assoj imeni of uiiTercnt kinds thar
you cannit miss vher'' kind. And that's ex
actly what "she" wants. '?/
The "Sampler" is hard to equal, and impos
sible" td beat.
Whitimm's Chocolates and Bon Bons are
delightfully delicious. _
Chocolate Covered Fruits.and Nuts are rich
"Pink U Peifecticm," "Super Extra" Choc
olates anti Confections, and
Fussy; Packages for Fastidious Folks are just
what their names imply-and more.
Anderson curd Spartaiibtffg ;
lQlt?:terrohep?us . Jauyary,, 3rn. PonmanablPr^ j
J i ' ' Cecil's .^^^^^^h);
j '.. Anderen nail Simswntmrg;, 8. C.
, W^re? yaa w??? (prit wa;amply\ prepared to?cfds&^?i^:'" of
; (rfejr^if,>^^J^?CB?^"^tJh?5 many1 BH? th?aga to . eat v?h?ch we have
. 'rGrahres' at !Sc; 20e and 2Sc per do.z.,;or;"$2.5*?and $2.?S
; per box. ... , ' ?/ *
Apples in all varieties at,, per peck and up.... i....... ii4Qe?M
Nuis of all kinds at, per lb ^....... c .......... ^ ?SSc-'>;
. .>-. Also shelled nuts of all kinds. . ?. :
*?-' We have a splendid assortment of all kinds of candies,
and all PUR?.
Best Chocolates at only, per lb. .<. ..40c
Peanut Candy at, per tb .,...20c
; Stick Candy,'by the box at,. . .20c
Pr?i? G??kes in all sizes from i to 5 lb at, per tb-..-. , ^Wc:
y Minerva;Fruit.Cakes. .,,v: . . . ............;?$?2.40,
. Celery? this Christinas will be fine, at only 15 cents, br two . ']
for. ....... v. .. 2oc.
Cranberries,vi-^ttartsVfq.tvif./.>:-?< .*>.'*.- ?. .?Bc
..-Malaga Grapes! p.*,-; per lb. .... A ., .> .... .....20c
Dates ai;->pe?:;.patfc?g>>,. ?v........ *.-...... fC AOc
' ?.ayer?taisip^ ?^fbs for,;, ...,?:.?...;?'.*.?>'... .,'.2.5?
The B?ST Chees|*oii earth ?t, per ?b v. , \ \... .2$c
.. : Best Macaroni 9,t??2 \ !t? s for. .... ...7. .. ...>,". " )
. Olive ii?st, per^?r, ; %; . *...f> & ,...-7, .; ; -, . .ti*c.; r-'
..-'.y?iit?w%.antfo? -Wa'sht$J&i& p?r,ff?? .......7. . . ?Oo
'-. . Mine?''-Meat, -'(condensed),';&eY.#?c?ag'e':.'. . . Hto?.?"'.<
, ,|?elhVs:Mince Meat, pe?^^nv,v.>/.. .. .. . .. , , .20c- !
': Coconuts, Guaranteed gC^>direach. ;?PV, r. .. ..sviOc
AT THE TH??TRES
S? AT THE ANDEHSOS *
fr . ?
. Tho puszling nature ot tho drama
tim spectacle, "EVerywoman", with its
.ilaplay of scenery, itSEfcecial sym
phony orchestra, and ' its dramatic
ensembles ot ono hundred and fifty]
people, will be mode clear ot tho An
d!er?oa,-December 29, whoa Henry W,
Sovag? ' will offer his massive pro-1
ductlon fdr "tho first time In this
city. It partakes as an entertainment
of the form of grand opera, musical
comedy and drama, but it is a clever
admixture or the whole and whilo
it amuses it has a deep moral lesson
and instructs as well. M?ny people
.who seldom-attend IMO theatre have1
^fliM-kfcS 'tft-.w. "EJvryvronjan.'* The
' success the piece achieved in America I
i wa3 dupHcated in London ia the big
Drury Lane.' production. Over four;
million peopio have witnessed "Every
woman" and it is now being played
in five foreign countries. It defies
some of the most, cherished traditions
of tho theatre and that, perhaps, ie
ono of 'Vio reasons for its remarkable
j hold, apon tho affections of the pub
lic, because lt relies upon-originally
and not upon custom. It has an en
grossing story, telling of tho adven
tures that befall a young and beau
tiful woman of our day /who sets but |
|Jfrom ?ber.'home -In search of love.
Her quest', leads ber into strange I
places.. At one fine she Is behind!
tro ncones of a ; metropolitan theatre, j
herself the leading actress, a petted
favorite; at another she is joUlkig
high carnival in her sumptuous apart
ment at midnight, tho toast of th?
hour, surrounded .Vy her worstippej-B
and satellites; at ? still later perh>d
?ho has paid the toll for her dissipa
tion and : aJoao.v andi friendless. ski
wanders tho City's streets at midnight
on- Ne w - Year's Eve, as roisterers ate
celebrating the pasBing of the old
year and are welcoming the advent of
tho new. Tho production is on-a
huge scale and no expense has been
'spared oit'jer in the effects employO'l
or in the solectipn o? ? Company which
includes both operatic nud dramatic
stara of tbb first magnitude.
Deatli of a Child.
}/ On th-i. 2l8t .day of December the:
' death :angel visited the home ;'?t?;
H.: Homes and claimed little- ?QZ
Odell. -SheVwas .only .22 months old
and was a. bright.'beautiful ?lttl?Vchild.
.Her death- was unexpected and she
?a^^sick--'? only iUhreb Q*^'- -;/ j TJhe
-services* and btrrialr.t? >'-pS.?\ne HS-'
Prospect.'Church in Hart county, Ga.
.'Mrs. Sara J. Ch?ppclcnr.
.'- Mrs. Sara Jane Chappele?r, wife
Of Mir.: Ri A. Ohappelear, of .11 B.
sfcreet- Anderson mill, -died, at "thc
homo of her bather, Air. M. M. Pat
terton on TrJbble street at 7 o'clock'
Wednesday:evening. -Interment war.
niado yesterday, afternoon at A o'clock
in-SflverVBrbbk oemetcry! ' / . .;!? .X
SCARCITY OP COAL
Sc?.ndl?rvl3 n C?nntrJcR Are 'frying .td
Sinke Kcw Amuigemcnts. &x#h:K
Christiania, Dec. 23.-e-The dlfflcul
tics in getting ebal from England and
Germany have attracted tfte Scandl.
?tavi?h .countries v to ?. Spitzbergen;
"whore en&jmbus, coal fields, oro still
Intact. ' Tho Spitsbergen coal is bf
the hard variety and steamers in north
Norwegian waters are ve*y eager to
usa lt.. It'bas, however, been rather
'.difficult to kee^;th* ^lnes: going-tho
?c3?mateil3. ,sc< disagreeable . ;*h?rb tbpi'
tbinors abd .laborers Ido not caroH^
stay. Navigation is only possible a
bouplo, of moner?a after nvl?jummer..
American - business me?,..represented.
tbrougb tho Arctic Coal company hold
the largest coal "claima at- SpJiUsbsr-.'
gen; ?rf thoN South- and east aide . ot
Advent Bay. ' "About 50,000 tons of
coal were mined there'-last summer,
.Mal? of which has goat ; to Nbrn'eg:-;;n
-This company through ita director.
Scott- Turner, -:is negotiating .:. with
Norwegian' business mon. who.w??ti<?b
buy. the American-c?ai ms and mlh?s
. Besides this American compahy.
Nbr^giani British: ard Swedish
stock companies are holding coal
claims at'yr,'tKbergeh . A great Btjg^
Blah cc^cerir^ans nn .bprion (ba s^mb
Norwegian elatina located at Oreen
Harbor and is going to work them
in'Order-to,.have coal-ie. jsuoply the
now Bus3ian raliway; running from.
Petrograd to Kols., Bay.. T/Jo: other
Norwegian .ahd Snenish coal compan-i
les'erWoV willing, .ty. ?ol>.;?^-\bh!rV??',;
^3pi?e?-;-t??i - th?"';-^Tbhcattr.^?$ret'fe.-are.
in?fdDta?ne? at their prweh t high rot*
,?nd with no profjpeet;, of ; dropping; i
?nHel? :;*h"^^ yeare afier ;:.-<ne,i
close of thowor. ' /
"WAaS ? He WOnirt ?n..''"f""Vv I
??^i^ shhiWt? jfbV.tb^r webk^ es- ;
^8ft|,v^^ Ibby could do if they, j
? A,t. Once nil hbada wore "bent ? s&ve'i
m& and. . po?s;i^^?h*a b?sJ?y^ ? Tho]
&ae, ox?enle?? *as" -little WilH?. He
^.ipiy^W^^?^CRO'ffiing ;;? toddling
ftfSifmg?rw and* watching inc flies on j
At th? ?n? bf the ?tao the roaster j
cb?t(s??? .^e papers and Willie-: hand^ ?
C^ ^^-a>,nla&&''*he?t?'-;.. -
.??ih?w4* othis ^^ter!;..>aa'ke? : ?h?
W?*w?&-Mw$^W*? at least i'?f?
? "i mta?' db lt ! .'ffjw** mUlihsi?im '
PSiilsdoiphis Record. :
FIRST WILL BE HELD THIS
l ?:30 O'CLOCK
Holy Eucharist Will be Celebrated I
' at 8 4nd;ll O'clock A. M.
Christmas Tree. '
OarlMmabWili bc observed nt
Gracechurch v/lth four sei-vk?H. -Tho [
Ohrisho-is j Eve Chora"! Eucharist I
(hour ri service 11:30 p..m. Friday) ?
at'8 antf ll a. rn. oa Christmas Day I
tho Holy -Eucharist will bo celebrated,
and tho service and tree for tho
Sunday school at 4 Chri3tmaa after
noon- ' . '
Tho Christmas Eve service is one ot
tho most imprcrssivo ene cf tho year.
The serv.'.co. will besln at 11:30 -Fri-I
day evening and viii last ono hour.
The following is the order for l;:o
Iho Christmas -Eve Cltoral Eucharist
/ Cclebrantr-^Tho rector.
Cruclfer-Master Alexander Cray
toni'-! . ' '\ ?
Glibir-^Mfcs?umos Frank, Maxwell,
Orr; Ligcn^Gibhonoy; Ml?se3 Kroyles,
Cunningham and Brock.; - Ms3srs.
Steel afid Webb.. ,;.',
?Pi;?C6Ssloiial' Hymn-Joy to thc
World, the Lord is Como.
Hymn-O Little Town of Be'Jile^ j
Antliem^-Let Us Go Now Even tn-j
S?rat?m: 'Corda-, and' Sanctus-Me'r
I"1 Benedlc'tti^ QUO 1 Ycult-Merbeck.
' Agnus Del-Morbeck.
Gloria in ExceltdB-Old Chant.
recessional -Hymn-lt. Came Upon
the Midnight Clear.
The public is cordr?*.?y Invited to
this service -which will be -held lr?
resnective.^?f weather conditions'.
Additional services for O'i?lstmns
8:00 a.' m.-^-The Holy Eucharist.
11:00 ''aV-^yiii^Morniog-.pr?yer. The
Holy Iihich^jrJst^ ?nd ! sermon.
.1:00 p.'.'ni. -Child ron v, service and
The followibg' music will bo sung
at tho ll:00 Relock service.;
Processional--Adesto : P?deles.
juhilate Deb^-Hogora. .
GIoria-^Baritby. ' '
Introit-SmgV;0':S?ngL Thia Blessed
Mbrni.;'.;' ^hv.-e*.-v <? .
f :' Jiybui-HBray '-The, Hcraid '1Ang???
sing. . - >?- - ,
Anthem-"Break - Storth-Into Joy
;lWc6i^l0nal-4.Hark?' Wliat Mean
mountain boys, the' morning offering;
tallie, ds^al ^8?. Tho children ?j.
fae .Sunday, school ore. requested .'to
bring their,'star; envelopes'tb trie
nervlce/at j,' o'clock.' ,PublIc cordially
invited. " 1 : ' ;. ;:' ' .
Proposes Conscription; j
:\^ia^brr.Oeortfe .ft.'. ..Chiioberln tu.
?? I Sch&fo'r Oeorgb '?Ef.i Chamberlain of
Ciegbn,' chairman- of senate comthit?
tee on'mliitery1 affaira,' hfcs.iatroducea
? bili"in*corisrefes proposing ?onscripr
tlbn' f?J^aii ^tWcen ike ages of twelve
and'Htwopiy-threo: lt Ja ^rbpil?ed'-th&t
y'dubg' -ada t&ouM be org?niMcl into
?ndetrvt?erl^j^e^d^Xr?m eighteen to
twee ty-?hreo .1 nio a citizen army.
'".*:. .?. ' 'Why : ^.'iC'ealdaH-Cry.;-?'
In h .court lp^ce>?a?n ;ctty ot ?Peno
er,?y&0h^.'-ft???or<V^ 'to. .the. IMtlinbre'j
?m?'rlcan, : bioUt Hie hidgo.Yand . tb?
e'rijiii'^a^'^Wn'^i-iiit the service, !
iot many year?. ; ;Onh day ^ef?nil?le
ase?nd?d tho bcaeh-a?d waited-for: the
*!Oj$*. c^es.^i^th;^!?li the court is
opened hy crier^yl oafthiai particular
.TiK; old jurlsi,. : growing. ;^?s&?nt,''
teffety tod?y :to :ai^'Hhe--jceurt'''???ord
;?0#'tb'-??W?" ; ' '
? ^To vvh?cli ine;el?rk replied:
! "May lt please, your "honor, Tho'mss
I wife bled lost Biisht3'
Klugh of Clemson college
visitor yesterday. ...
Mise Lois Jackson and Mr, T. C.
Jockeon, Jr., were visitora yesterday
Dr. Herbert H. Harris left yes
terday for Boardslown, 111., -whore lie
Joins ' his wife 'and will ?pend tito
Mossrs. W. T. A. Sherard and
Milton Sherard of Iva spent yester
day in Anderson.
. . Dr. Levis Sanders has returned
to Anderson after being absent Sev
eral weeks, taking special courses |
Mr. .Jo^n Townsend o? Cllnto?-. is
at ItOQiO fur ii'iv holidays.
Mr. I. W. Pope, ono of tho ad- J
von?? roon for tho show, "Evorywo- j I
"'.an," v/as a business visitor yester- .
day. ^_ j
MIBS Carrie McCuen leavos today
for. her homo in Simpsonvliio .to spend
Christmas. \ j
. Miss Eliza Tonrolctnn goc? to her
homo in Greenwood today for tho
Christmas holidays.- j
Miss Georgia H on ea has gone to
Atlanta to spend H'io "Christmas boll- !
daya with relatives. . She will rp- ;
Uirn to Anderson tho first of tho year
and reopen her beauty parlor. I
air. Joe Major ot Atlanta io hero
tb spend Christmas with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Major.
Mrs. L. A. Gentry of thc Hope-1
well section spent yesterday in tho,
Mr?. S. L. Fuller, who has been
nuite iii for several weeks, is able to
I be up again.
I -Miss Edna Bailes,,who has boen in
training nt St. Luke's "Wospital, Rlch
i mond; - Va:, io expected homo for tho
holidays today. .
Miss Nax Bryce of Dick .Hill and
?Dr. and BU . R. G.' Harp or of Abbe
ville aro the guests of Mrs. Clarence
. MisS : Martha Richardson, who has
been teaching at Ridgo Springs, ar
rived yesterday to spend Christinas
ip Anderson with her molder.
Mr. H. S,'. Watkins, a student at
Auburn, arrived In ?the city last night
for the ho'idays, Mr. H. E. Scbyt
ls expected this morning.
Mclher-^-Youns matti don't'ever loti
Vue catch yd? klBslm/iny daughter.
Young Wan-No, ma'am,- ? won't.
The Store of a
Rich Cut -Glass
Wfcite and Gold
Brei?; Goods ^'??j?fc
' . 4?^ve? Ca? es
: To??? 'c^^B^w^irj;
. eypty %.
Mirror-'and Ptij? .
' Fitted Tr?yeling "
Se*? ' . . -
^ Shaver. Set* .
^sg^?^; ^... .
-mun JIM ( iii ?!? ???*,.;>> ?hl?inf ^mm}H
?? The Store Thai's Atm
^? ? !? ?'ri',
.r t. . * ri
There'll be one bargain after
another for all you late
shoppers-all these bargains
suitable in every way for
Here's a last minute sugges
tion-a good one too.
-Gifty of course, for men,
women and children 5Oe,Jo
Come in early and stay
as long as you please-you'll
lind it just like you want it.
ll. . i>' .h
Your Buying B?ebm^
Y;: |!$C^ J ,.
) AND ONE NOVELTIES.. THAT . j
WITH ;A^|it? ? HKIiSTM?S ?SPffilT
; And Get Your Share SS^^"--p
3 not' oriiy: makes the strongest V^^^? / f^if:
your patronage of any store in j
on in point of Variety, -but''.the ? .Cae^-Ste?i:. j|; .;. y fe
it variety , of Y?e$igns, in .' any -v?hw- U
lass ot novelties. j
ii^^ il ;