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THE MERRY MILITARY MAIDS
"A FARCE COMEDY"
MOVIES FOR TODAY
"LESSONS IN LOVE"
Three Reel Rialto.
"HOWARD'S MONARCHS OF THE
"STRONGER THAN DEATH"
Rex 2 Reel.
"GREED AND GASOLINE"
LK O Comedy.
Sanitary Coffee and Tea Tri-Golator and
Tho economical and hygienic method of making French
^?".C?^^'lf the twa of the ALUMINUM TRI-?OLATOR.
WE invit?-yetar inspection at the Demonstration which
begins '?' - ?'
Tuesday Morning, December 28th
J /v< ..tum ? *m*aKmirnm*'Wtmm&mtM**m'?(Vt<*<'mitm*''"*'m**n*
. We still -haye aTcv/Cbnalmes .articles . lefiirpl^
They are going. fast so rooke your purchases, to
day. . ipUcBe? ?omeons's h^vrt with.'.?csae" g?fi bu
. over so rv?ue?L llvtf?jg does much to: make this
d b#?ht...'.':-W:fcat>* da?t Xmas it Would be if wa
THE ANDERSON GUSH
GROCERY IS BURNED.
STOCK OF GOODS GREATLY
DAMAGED BY WATER
Started in Oftice and Spread to
Second Floor of Building-*
As a result of a fire last night at
l? o'eiyck the stock of goods of thc
Anderson Cash grocery valued at
$12,0.00 woro practically ruined by
water. T\?o store room, owned hy
Mr. J. K. Harton, was partially dam
aged, but thc loks is covered by iii?;
suranco. Insurance io thu amount of
approximately $8,000 waa carried on
the stock of goo:ls.
The fire wan first discovered by
Policeman Clamp, and it was then
burning so that he could nco it from
thc Hotel Chlquola c?rner, thc blaze
then coming through '.MC skylight di
rectly above tho ollico In the store.
lt Bccms that the tiro originated In
tho office, and quickly spread on up
through tho building.
Tho fire department respouded very
quickly after tho alarm waa given,
hut t".o fire had gained so much
headway that two streams of water
had to be placed on lt. Had lt not
boen for the good headwork of the
firemen, tho blaze would probably
have spread to adjoining store'rooms.
It did not take long to get the
fire nuder control but upstairs tho
blaze was in under the celling and It
took nearly on hour to extinguish it
completely. Tho water dripping from
tho celling overhead, did much dam
age to the stock of goads.
The Anderson Cash f?rocerv is ow?\
cd and operated by W. J. Trammell
and W. iS. Ramsey. These gentle
men Btated last night that they left
tho store at 6:30 o'clock and that
everything was all right. They stat
ed that tho oil stove In '.he office had
boen turned out and that the matches
ivoro placed in a tin box.
i "flcttor be cafe than sorry"-WU-, i
lett P. Sloan, Insurance.
LITTLE BOY STRUGK '.
! BK AN AUTOMOBILE
Clarence Jones Knocked Down
and Badly Bruised Yester
, Clarence Jones, tho little olght year
did son ot. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. L.
Jones nf 414 North Fant strebt, Wi*.
! considerably bruised yesterday afc
' tornoon shortly dafter .3 O'clock -.when
ho was struck by. an autoinobl'.e cn
Calhoun .strhet. Tve car who driven
by Mr. Maxwell and Mr. Mack 'Car-.
. I?BIO was riding with h'm.
i It s tom s that the little fcil-r.v wai
' ?riding a trloycle" down :-:ia .'errec;,';
'and seoicg an automobile coming ia
I front of him, turnt I to /;ot uut ur.ui
rway. Ho did not know that thora'tv,?"?
.another car behind him, and rolled
? directly, in front of it.--..When
automobile struck him, ho v:a3 /brown
I about 15 feet.
I Tho driver of tho car io said io ?ha
in ho way^ rcspon&iblo for tho' aeci
' dcut, the boy turning .so quickly th rt
; Vt was impossible for ' MrV-M.axw'fcll to
kptop hhf automobile. ">io-'bone:! ot
j tho little fellow wero broken wid be
yond ' several sovere bruises, ' he yra?:
.uninjured. '< ' '
Tho l'opn?ar Conception of.'-un,-Editor*
j lathevjaaiiary American Magazine
lid. ; tho following concerning ?Che pre
I vailing "opinion ituout.cdfOra: ?
[. '"There 'ta a^corn^d?-).\impression'
j abroad that , editors and; sabre/ tors
! aro eiormonaiy ealarled hcaty'tcies
t putting the paper io press andr light
. 1U-? ' one ciiiaret to from tho end of
? ahr/.'hor. Occ.isiotu?lly they pause to
? sniff thc - air for latent sch oops, or
i elad fhoy div.ih dow? in Washington
'? to lunch with the .pre.Md.?nt?^^^HH
} W*h? Yo? Should Ifec iM;iualtrt?laltt**
; . Cough Itftaedy.
JecaiHc lt h aa na established' repu^
los? : won by ita good works.
?VuT^-ir'i's-'''' '.most .'.esteemed hy
UhossLwhb have ua??d lt for pinny
s years, na oocatdeo, required, and. are
j best acquainted with ita gool quail-'
; Because it loosens and reUsvcn a
Cold and olds nature in.reatorlrg the
syjiteni to o healthy conditio**'.
crVhtiy^ ether na^?ti??
?&e?usb.. a i? within '.the- reach ot
ali. ; lt ohiy :'cwwr-a-:-";q^ie*?'.^.-;.For
. aale by al! dealers. .
^>,.... ?Tri..?., V> *7
GVS. GOODE KILLED
BUGGY STRUCK AT CROSS
ING NEAR BRANDON
MULE RAN AWAY
It Seems That Mule Became1
Frightened and Ran Across
.C. S. Goode, o'veli known man liv
lng near Oakdale.' was nlinout instant
ly killed yesterday afternoon about
5 o'clock near .--Uzaudon by the Pied
mont and Northern car which leaves
Greenville Tor Belum .at 4:?0.. Mr.
Goode was driving along the road: In
a buggy, and it appears t'hat his !
mule became frightened and rani
across thc track/the car striking tho
mulo and buggy, killing ?the mulo,.
Instantly. .Mr. Goode lived only about1
ten minutes. :
The accident occurred. light near
the otation named Charles.' It. apjfj
peered that Mr. Goode'? mule becamo
crossing, tho interurban track being!
in a cut. hud also the dirt road, t?ns
making it impossible for tho motor
man to seo a vehicle until he is rlgh
nt tho crossing. This crossing'. is :
equipped with an electric hell which
begins to sound ac soon as tho ap
proaching cars enter thc cut.
From tv.o accounts of the affair as:
told by pasryongers on tho, car, it ap
peared that Mr. oGode's mule became
frightened when the bell began ring
ing, for further back up thc . road
were tracks where It seemed tljat thc
buggy had been stopped. It i's sup-^
posed that tho mulo becamo. frighten
ed and run right on down the road,,
tho buggy reaching fae crossing just
a fraction of a minute ahead of tho
Tho man's body was thrown sev
eral feet from the track and he was
unconscious w?on. tho car was stop
ped and assistance reached him. ?
special car was sent.out from Gre*en
ville and his remains were.taken, back
there. It is said that Mr. Goode'was.
a nil-idle aged man and had a family?
Local cotton ll 1-2 cents.
New York Cotton,
New York, Dec. 27.-Cotton opened
pteady unchanged^ to 5. up and sold'6
to 12 not higher jjn early trading.
Liverpool won't op?n until tomorrow
so there wore no cables. Prices eased
off the middle hf the morning, on
comparatively .quiet business. Offer
ings wara'light and January, March
and May snl/j ?icvenLe^s ic twEUty
four net. higher, but reacted three or
'our in tho afternoon..' . rJ:y-h
Open. High. Low. Close.
Jan . .. .11.DO 17 11.30 12.1?
March . ...12.22 12.39 12.22':; 12.?5
May" . . .12.40 12.64 12.40 -i2.Ci)
July . .\.12.G5. 12.79 .l?.65 12.7t!
Oct . ; .12.30 ?2,48 12.30 12.4G
rou r-i?DMOx TSOILS
Fertiliser Suggestions fer Upper
Counties Front-Newest Bulletin of
Clemson College. . Dec. ' 27.-r-In
yiow of . the abnormal condition of
the fort-'.'izcr market-, south Caroli
na farmers, who are among tho ' par
t'.un'a principalv us?rs of ; commer
cial fertlllicrs, -haye'- been at/a"los*
to know what ic plan .about th?lr
plant food for. ncKt year; V."-$htf..'"ex
tension divla?n" hef: Ci?p^oh I college
h as: Issued a .fcuileiin ogT-'Buylng and
Using Fertilisers,".by T '??SI Kout,
I chemist of rec "South Carolina Exper
j Imcnt station.. It is bulletin 17 of
tho Farmers* Reading courso and.nia?
bo had by any:ono who writes ior lt
to thc ??tension division.
Aa an oxarhple of tho helpful in
formatlon chh?ahi?d' in this "^little
hulletiu, tho reoemts'endations'.".' : 'f?t
Piedmont soils are Quoted hclrtw:. :'; s
"1. For poor to ordinary l?tnd, an
application .-per new ;of froni: 200 to
400 pounds of a.-^aisture composed
Of i.O??p?mids of 15 per cent acid
phosphate, SOO, .pounds of IVper/ cent
cottonseed . meal, and . 200 ipoundd
or nitrate of soda is recommended.
Th 13-mixture shoaid'anaiyie 8.8 per
coat Available phosphoric addy in
trogen euulvalent tb 4.6 per event nm
[ monia - and enough .potash will he
i ftirah?t?rt , W'v.the-^/ofetionssed- - . '.aurai:
to Rvvo tho mixture n contint oft
'6.6 per,.icht potash.
,-"2. Oft fertile soil, an application
per acre of from SOO to 600 pounds
of a' mixture compost ot 1.2?0
pounds of 16 per cent acid.rph^spli4.te
650 .^pounds of co?ton^seed ihesT, and
150 :-p^u^???8c-;;t?.-.h'?^^e*/?K:,soda should
give good ./.res^ta^iV^hts mixture
ehduid analyze.'???\^-'-i'iji^-.eent phoi
phof?c acidf nitixig??;:??S4uivalent. ; to
s;6? per' Centhm^nl^'Asd 6i*9 per
JAMES PABNELL WAS
KILLED WHEN .22 RIF??
WAS DISCHARGED YES
RESIDED AT STAR
While Moving and Unloading
Wagon, Rifle Fell From
Wagon~30 Years OkL
Mr. Jaifrcs Farnell,' ? resident ol
Starr for ?ho past BOVCral years, waa
almost li.Kian Hy killed . yesterday
morning when, a' .'22 calibre rifle -.vas
accidentally dis?.haT?*ii; 'he builbi cn
entoring his breast.
Mr. 'Parnoll was moving to the .C.
D. Watson place and while unloading
somo of '.ils ?urnl turo frpm the wagon
the rifle foll from the.wagon and was
discharged. Mr. Parnell lived only
a few minutes afterwards.
Mr. Parneltyras about .30 years of
ago and ls survived by a, wife and
Appears to Be One of Best Mana
ger Pintaton Has Secured in
. It appears that Manager Pinkston
In booking tho Merry Military Maids
t? the-Palmetto this week secured ono
of tlie best attractions at C-iis .theatre
that has appeared tn several weeks,
(possibly monks. Four performances
were given yesterday, two in the after
noonj?nd two at night, crowded
houses witnessing every show,
Tho Waijuce and Bosch contortion
ist acts ora very good, both Mr. Wat
; laco and MIDS Beech doing exceeding
ly dlfilcult stunts - with apparent
case. TJIB act ls moro liko those
seen in the Keith circuit than 'tho
kind that usually comes to Anderson.,]
Jack Miller, : the blackface cos??
dlan, is very clover. He acema tB
try to Imitate the real negro instead
of trying to imitate other well known
black face comedians, as a good many \
do these days. His-Jokes are clever,
happily told, and aro good for ' ,a
laugh every timo.
Johnnie Sneed and Miss . Gladys
Clarke appeared yesterday lu n^slng
t ing act, 4?3iit?5d "Sty ?i????w uir?.-..
J This was good and called for nn on- !
Miss Ethel Green, leading iii a mus
iCale 'number, "The Vohotian F.ose "
won much applause. - M\aa " Neille
Parker in a character humber,.' sing
ing 'tfiince Becky Joined tho Show,"
wbs good end ?'>s?arve8 mention : Miss
Gladys Clarke alco appeared in a
musical number ?nd . sang "In the
Garden cit Allah, * .This, called . tor,
Other members of the troupe in
cludo Gertrude Kelley, Ada Davis and
Ethel EoedW. ttll bf whom will appear
in other acts, during *he week. Tho
'wardrobe of 4hls e<'mp?ny" appears' tb
bo one Of th?: vvst elaborate that '.has
been seen at tho Palinotto recently.
STATE BRAND KVVTEWm
Clemson .-Cooperative ('reamer;- Is
Itfatcariilhg AH Cream faed in
Clemson College, Doc. 27,-Hence
forth only . pasteurized cream will
be used .for .making rbultorin tho
Clemson Cooperativo Creamery at
Clcni8?n: coilcgo. '' In this way, it is
slatfid; tho butter-that bears the
brand of tho;? Palmetto State will bo
better land ju?rer ;?a?n ever.' it U
also announced that cream for but
ter-making v.ifl bo -pasteurized at
the.creamery recently organized / ut
Darlington as shan -conditions Just-1
ify, td pasteurisatfonv of cream will j
he a policy at all croamerles,prBisniii
mfipjr^iho college extention porkers*.
' .Pasteuri'jing the cream lt'l?? all
disease gorma and tho butter
.from' such creqia U" more sanitary:
Moreover J* ls. of a botter quality;
After IIKK germa have been; killed
by pasteurisation, ?ho'...-butter-mbker
.adds a starter . ?Ostaiuinf lactic
acid bacteria,' " which ripen the
cream and produce ;a fine aroma and
flavor. These bae?trla, are*, besides,
considered valuable bldg, for parsons
having into?tinnl,trc?bl?a. ; ;'
; We have Just received, a shiijni?bfe?
of "?bjggli? abd: Carriages ?OW'5
s?d :'sM ??fcristrna** Boggy end
?tkt??&lv-Ptkc? right. :
J; a .FO'^^. ; '
Speciah on C?ecmers
Four Cans of Spotless Cleaner, winch cleans anything;
with One Luster Box, which brightens and polishes Glass
and all Metals, with One Jiffy Brush Free. All for 25 cent*.
Seven boxes or cakes of either Golden Rod Washing
Powder, or White Flag Laundry Soap (or you may'take
them mixed) for 25 cents.
These Special prices ate good white our
present stock lasts. These are truly remark?
able prices, so take advantage of it now/
This week we also, have Special prjees CH Teas, Cocoa
and Spices. MOney saved is money made. . Phone 22.
South Main > Phone 22 '
You may buy any article now on
display in our show windows, includ
ing beautiful Niloac Pottery, White
Ivory, Umbrellas, etc., etc.? afc exactly
one-third off original prices; *
SEE WINDCrtV -
North- Main Street Jew elers
In Connection With BI?e Ridge Railway.''.'?
?5?? 75 J??ehmaml, Vs, ?a? retora, ecconht Kappa Alpha .Fraternity,
Tickets oh sale i??c. 26?27?23, limited January ?tli, 1?1?. .
: .. ; "" .- '-W^^^^^^^^m
$22.CO Memphis, Tcpn. and return,.account Western Fruit Jogger.') At>
soelatlon. Tickets an tsqle Ja?. 15'??; limited ?Til?..'20, 19?G.
For.further Information cai! on ticket agent?. .
r ^^ l^i?j A?VA., ' - J. Anderson, Sunt?
' .".^?q|^]b^.S;''(?.r.. ? [ Anderson, S? C.1.
^V. lt.. Taber, *I?A^ ' '
Greenville, S, C. ji
~-~*vv-..w.yr... i -?i.v..; r~Mt?Z?z??^^
THIRTir PER CENT PROFIT
EVEN GREATA Ij^Frr "':^v';
' ? ON mv^vMm : '
%W have ? single tract ?? approximately SSO aerea ot ?U'.b, : Chatte
hoocueo,river bottom land, situated' in Steuart "county Oeorgin,,-within- I
twenty flvo miles of Columbus, which we-Sviil'sell-for SKV&NTif-?tor ceriV J
of..what adjjaenrit farm lands aro soiling f*r how. *
Of this entire plantation, there is oho p'rirUOri, of a bo at SOO ucfos which
we: trottld soil eeparately. Cf fois: ?maller -.'traci thor? aro 120 ottos
clc.nrcQr\ and under e?ltlvatlon now; the balance-abuut. *B? t*crW, is -Ja
woodland. Oa- * th? ' 'entire ; plea tallon ttere are flftcou'tenant bonsca,
barbs and necessary, ouibuildlrigs, and oao large eight roos*, dwelling
house. Tho Seaboard Airline railroad runs through -thia place, and
there is a sidetrack on the farm. There aro 40 acres-of nut bearing
Pecan tr?es on th? plantation at present . - .
' ' This ls a very desirable plantation, and to a- o ra o ti cai tarni or of grit,
determination, some insane; arid Wheals not afraid of the work'nectary
Sn.thto management pt 8*ieh a plantation, this offers the' opportunity of" i
aiUetlme. . !..><.-'?W?'
Cntr .oaiy season tor ofiori?fe' this iqsgrit?csrii plantation at jwcha tre^
.HKjndetci saeriflcQ Is strictly a paraph?t brie; aad^d. ^511 give Jt io ali in*
torest?j?parties; privaiely. .
We ^rill aAyitb?. t?pense.'or a trip to Stewart cbtraty tr
tor. rn . ftfnl..:t*a?vtlife,-y?urr'-'tli?^iWact' ot: ?aa? "erv. hoy- part, of lt.;
There ara ^?tt?-'?^f^ pe?pti>i litlbg 'ta? St?wart
HMp^fiKk how. ',
. ': A???em "S?eway t : County, ?Uu"