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POWER'S ????L MM
I W? Con Ypu?
- I cannot alford to charge goods to any one at the following
special'prices iijVl?ss they have been paying me up in full at least once
a month'.' Can YOU afford not to put yourself in position to share
in our bargain days?
25 pounds Gr: nulated.Sugar...'. ... . .$1.65
Jo pounds Snow White Lard.... ...... ......... ...
Home /frade Molasses, 1 gal. jug.. .. ...... - 60
Very best rice, 1.4 pounds. .... 1.00
Br?ken.Rice, 18 pounds. ... ... ... ... ..... 1.00
Peart Grits; 8 pounds ... ..... .25
.-arge Cans Tomatoes, per doz..... 1.10
Pink .Salmon, tall cans,..-. ... ......... ... ... .'10
?-?aper Shell Pecans, County Raised.. ... .20
We have good trades all through our store and rriarket.
Our market is chock fulj of me?ts such as,
Fresh Fish and Oysters, Mutton
and Veal, Pork *nrl Pork Sau
sage-Native? and Western Beef.
Liver, Brains and Tongues, Sli?
.?? Eacori arid. Ham. ?ol?ed Hams
and Pig Souse, Frankfester Sau
Ask yourself tlys ^u^*fon,; Will it pay nie to trade with
*? X ? ..vj?: "i'.lV 33 .- ".:f
Sam D. Harper, Mgr.
212 S. Main
nnsflRfliTTrr ni BHP TH ithnt m?re chickens woum to exhib
bUmrnll I tb rtAHb lu b^^z^ix,^^
tins M ria? ai iirrTlhn i There will n special meeting of the
il SI I il tl ll il fi RaiXl llIP? executive committee of the Anderson
Rl?LIJ riSlHL fc*lsT|,l?U county Poultry Association .one day
IH** HW- next' w?ok,; and tho date of which has
?A; ' ? not", yet. been determined. This coin
's*: . .-? . - .. mitte? is- composed of Dr. : Herbert
ARRANGING FOR COMING Harris, the secretary and-Mr. A. N.
POI I? TRY WOW Campbell, tho president of the asso
k vubiaignun elation. Others of : tte. executive eom
--.-. m it tee and other members of the as
>! i ?WT or Anmtrcc soclat^n wlft be present emd at this
AUL Irl KJ^AJL/lwlldd meetmg tte ?fddal program will be
_V '? ?n?de and released to tte'.-pr?sal
N ??i'.'V- The committee will have everything
November 17 Will Witness Fxrtit then )in Bbape for the first big' show
Eic Poultry Show Ever At- *bich. ia rto- be held bri-Nov. *7,:?. just
^?laSlSSsiS? W 1*? "weeks ' frorn^ today.- Members Of
tempted By Anderson. the-association:$5?ra,lforward <tb1 ; an'
?. - -.- .? - - -- excellent flhow thi? year and ns it;ls'
if?* . . i, pfc . , J- the first ono that their association has
A tremendous wpetusi wiU be lent given the attendance will necessarily
tho ppuUry^raising induqtry is^An- b0 te. . .,. ... .
d?780?\?he? ft?arflr??v?lB ????.rf? This show will, be held under the
attempted in th^oounty, ia T&J* joint,auspices' ofctte trad?c extension
Anderson. The show bids fair to be a department of tte . chamber ot com
'??Oa?Siv m?ceiand ttepoultry , association.
i^^^^^^^^*^^ The.plac?.of the-show its the Pepper
\fnni B &!??<:hl^en . ?P bblt?lB?.on West:Y7Wtner street and
^hS^nii- E^^iM' tlum^r?cttird is large enough- to ac*
ready surpassed all, expectation? and*^a^-y; ^ ^i?^c^.
!-i . . ?: "". . i ;!?' Jiii'"''i\-jL?cijtf-tij.i.?'. im?b?M und the pauorn for the same
i, ' .i' m .7 " ?m,; mn i 11 < Is in tho rooms of tho chamber Of
. ; .? ' . commerce,. ...s -. - ; , ft ,
inEA? (PDAP??DHiC It ls-expected that among . tte
lUEt?lLi UlVUi>BIvlEnJ prominent men to make addresses be
fore the association on tho day of the
.r,:AT.. show, that ofProf. Har? bf Clemson
??V College,,who is the poultry export ot
***sVs? Mistan tte. ynited fiwtea goyornment , in
lDEAL> rRIlifitf N Sout]l1 Carolina, will make the princl
Mvunaj lluvia* :Wm^^^mm?mm^^m'
W*? ha v<? flrrflWed for th? F ?u&is^one of tte best known;ponlv
we nave arrangea lor jne try men in the United states, A fine
Celebrated TEN CENT cakes f address ls expeded from bim. \
made of the very best ?ngre- cooa o o o o o o ooo o o ooo
dients, and wrapped In oiled o .. " s_. _ o
paper. Or?er them earlyy ? latter From tho People, o
Specials for Friday andI Sat- ? ' ?
urday-^tar Hams at 23c o o o o o o o o o o o p o o o o o
jier pound; "" 'i .. ; . ~~.-.
, ", , / ; Now. tot tte Farmers' Union Make
Pancake flour, two packages^ j Good.
tor. . . . . . . .. ; . .330 * . (With all tho h?kas-pokus'and polit
.v. ages for.. .. ;. ;. 25C l4hA^w$^
i .-v?'.tbpn,:. tho members paid their, money
Malaga grarJes >.4t,- per.,, ^?f?inl^?h^i?iVo. ? rfght to. expect;
Fla. Oranges; at 20c and 2Sc - ! %$?*?$&??* J^?
Kalamazoo Cp.cry at ?c, . '^m^^li?m^,
. I 3 for 25c. - &?hahs: tte ^
, i ;;wv:v. : . ,35c ; ;g^?gg^t
New linos of c?r?als just ia.? ^ 'B^^'''^.^?^^^^0?m^
^.t . j x -i *- ; ?redit, Jt is reasonable that rarmor*
can. . . . . . . . , .10C cotton secullly, alffn^-own.a^d ttey
Pie peaches at, a can., i Oe Tho. ?nion should, hayo .enough, life
and orgflralsaUptt'.tb bHng.tteiU^ta!*
Newlines of Cereals.just in. [^epie?. - Worsfjwsa1 l?6'jmuch ;good
\ar?an''r ' "u .'' J- ' ; J^^^d^^ariest ? oppor-"
Red Raspbe'rii?s, while they ? i^SUff?t^^f?toc^^^^
last-regular 35e'-'yean'., form into a cbtmty^ai?db^
? r ...>. .: ^ ^hfi aotesi tbat will^ber accepted by
ries-regular 35c value ^^y^ft^
at.. .. .. .. . .30^ ? J^jf .'^?uS?tcijWher?^ '*W?S8?
minICC?OTe?r? packalf?^ v ;TW"^^^^;^^?;^^^
Tile Idem h^mmmm&^&^.
^^Afi/\/i/)4i(4t /^<ri aewrdlSg^^t^ estl
%J9rO^^Ty ^t/?* nut?es n^ede^^y ^by t?^ ^
',^-/.^-^.^^.-f ; i-tr?^?^^"^^*^^;
ENORMOUS ATTENDANCE IS
TQ HEAR ADDRESS
Hon; J. Thomas Heflin Will Prove
Drawing Card Wheo He Speaks
% m&* Fitting School,
' it ls doubtfit; If Anderson people
ever showed inore interest in sn ad
drees in this city than is being mani
fested over the appearance of tbe^Hon/
VJ: Thomas H?flln of Alabama. Mr. Hef
Hu will come td Anderson next Mon
day and wm speak Monday night in
the auditorium of tho Frazer Pitting
school on Wesf Whither street . ?t ls
understood that, tile Beat salo tor. this
attraction has aire??dy been very large
and that there 1B an increasin? de
mand daily jfdr' tickets. ". ; . .. "
. Congressman Kellin and Dr. W. H.
Frazer. headmaster of the Prater Fit
ting School, Were schoolmates and
they have always been intimate
friends- therefore when tho* Alabama
man made his preparations .to como
td . South Carolina this year he placed
bis itinerary lp Dr. Frazer's hands and
gav? ; tic" Anderson man full author
ity to attend tb the. booking in this
State. Dr. Frazer has made a number
of engagements all over South Caro
lina for tho distinguished speaker add
Anderson will mark the opening, of a
two weeks tour through South Car .
lina*:. *. '.'.;,', '
"When Khign'thood WSB in Flower in
the South" will be Mr. II efl In's topic
when he comes to this city and the
address has been pronounced as be
ing magniflcent by. those who : haye
beard it delivered.: This will, bo a gen
uino treat for Anderson and .One that
alt tho people in tho.city will appre
.Tom Hoflin certainly should be
"Alabama's. Pride ! " Big, robust, and
full of. energy, a high power orator
ical gnn of rapid dre calibre, shelling
the Be publican far tl flea tiona, -which
crumple like powder before- his o ..
slaughter, he most assuredly Ja
m?3t. entertaining speaker -that
addressed a: Salisbury audience, - A?,
?T relater ?f,, anecdotes,, in . ah'', enter
taining. style. Mr. Heflin is superb,
; and.: ho, waa . waded with these jlast
night. His peroration was, a gem, a
glittering diamond, , something to
touch the enthaslsastic chord in every
human heart," tb" thrill and charm the
mind of hiB hearers. As an orator, a
Woid picture pair ter, and entertainer,
a delver into inet? and figures/ a stu-,
dent of history, and au all ; around
equal to the,- $qp. TOoaj^ehlftH o? the
State ot Alaban^^liihuoF (N. C.)
Dr. j; P. Neir, of Richmond, Virgin
ia, in a letter to a friend Bald;
The people, cn the streets :of JSrOdr j
ericksburg ar? talking oE nothing ;b?t !
Kenja's' speech delivered .here - last
night. Lawyers and professional men
who . haye heard Polk/Miller1 and Bab
Taylor say that HeQIn ia far superior
to them, that ho Is : tho heat Story
toller they oVer heard, that" his langu
age Is the most beautiful and they
pronounced his speech tho finest evor
delivered Ip Fredoricksburg. '
'.!*HQ has.ah.impressive personality, a
fine r?sonant voice, and In ?Onie ro
8pbcts,3reminds)one1 ot BryanBut tho.
atinmne :tnax^shines' moro uIstlnctay
and: brilliantly than any other in this
nmh's^harac^^lsvthat of slncerfty.
He ftbldi Stories Hhat nearly drove the
assembly Into convulsions but these
would bo follbwod by pathetic appeals
to thulr Sonso or ?ustice and tholr love
Nows'.;}-' ' ..
l'ai on Brakes -Stop-Whoa, Male
Congressman Hefiln makes a decid
ed hit with the -crowd.[-Dramatic In
manner and personality,-the speaker
wss . both eloquent and able in hi? pre
sentation. HU . simlibs ; wen? strikin g,
and, altogether his message'., waa do
ll vored in: mast,eTly atyie?-r- Savannah
^(qa,) Nows. ;. . : . : .>';'.?
-1-^w.'JyWMH^i1!1'M i- ' ,t
nomination he'll do it in a meaner
that will carl their nair.-Age-Herald.
., Congressman Heil In as a public
speaker is both entertaining and ia
structlve. He ls one Of tho most ef
fective orators in Congress.-Wm. J.
Bryan, Secretary of Satte.
As an orator and entertaining story
toller, Tom Heflin has no equal.
Senator Ollie M. James, Kentucky.
KIRS. NT GOWAN
On Trial for the Murder of J.
Leroy Brown-Unwritten Law
Was Chief Defense.
.. PENSACOLA, Fla, Nov. 5.-Mrs.
Florence McGowan tonight was found
not guilty in the circuit court here of
the charge of having murdered J. Le
roy Brown, of tb ls city. The Judge's
instructions to the jury held that the
defendant, was shown hy. the evidence
to have committed murder. Spectators
in the court room cheered the Jury
The "unwritten law", was the chief
defense of the accused, who WP s the
first white Woman to be tried hero for
murder. She shot and kited Brown
al'jut two months ago in the court
room in which her trial was held. Th?
motive given for the silling by the
defense was that Brown had wronged
Mrs. . McGowan's daughter. The lat
ter ipfifteen years .?fd. Brown wno. 21
Tho jury considered the ovidencc
six hours, heforo arriving at a verdict
Nine . Jurymen aro asid to have: votei
tor .acquittal and turee for manslau
ghter on tho first ballot Mrs. McGow
an resides in Mobile,'Ala.
American Horses in Battle.
Thc American horao is ono of th
first to answer the .bogle call .of th
European: war.-. Representatives o
many foreign governments aro in thi
country purchasing ' horses for ' th
various armies of the warring nation
and practically- ?vors; State : ia th
Union is ' contributing cavalry - mater
lal to tho belligerent factions.
Tho American horse ls a utility an
I mal and excels that of any otho
country .:on the face'of the carthy H
[n'as'*?" wed our fieldBii'fought our bal
'V*- * is the. most faithful ?f .anime
j reputation bas extended t
mtrips aiad;-h? is how;goln
jrra' the bervi?es ' for Tor?ig
Cy- s which ho has so faithfull
ful. ..^l at hobie. ...
; - -.. . ;.f..i,
In Biro DIstrcBS.
; LONDON, Nov. ?. <7:?0 p. rmj-^-Th
population"'of sonthern Fobind, whbs
villages and lands have been d?vast?t
ed by the. march and counter marc
of Rhsslan ; and ' German forces ethe
th9 b?gmhing ipt thr^^r, dre In :dii
?t?^ssf^^ aScbrdihgrv-;^h' report todo
'^^m^m^ismi^' ?ores, ritt
British Gqvebrnmorit's'^ representath
at . RuB^brnihe?o^n?Ttor
LONG WAWtt?'iV.TrfE PO
Maybe every pitcher golug to the
well makes one trip too much. Any
way Floyd R?cker, a negro, attempt
ed tb hold up -ono woman too many.
For weeks tho- police .?deportment
has been receiving complaints o( hold
ups occuring near the Anderson Mat
tress Factory but until yesterday they
had never been able to lay their hands
upon a suspect tn this case.
Late Wednesday' night, or rathor at
an early hour yesterday morning lt
was . reported' to- tho police that a
woman had been brutally assaulted at
this same placo of tho outlaw-and a
hurried ? investigation' on the part of
the : patrolman revealed- th? fact that
a negro woman, Millie James hy
name, had been struck in the back of
tho head With a! rock and rendered un
conscious. At that time the woman
could give no coherent account of how
she'sustained the Injury hut after nho
was revived and received medical at
tention she told or how^some ono- bad.
Jumped from the clump of hushes on
one side of East Market street add had
struck her down before she-could dry
out.-:However, ehe had .time to recog
nize her assailant and reported to the
police that the highwayman was
Floyd Rucker, a negro well - known
"Ail the patrolmen were advised yes
terday morning to bo on the lookout
tor Rucker and shortly before doon ho
was.. taken - in : charge1 by . Patrolman
Whitten and placed In Jail. Ho will bo
given a hearing this morning and it
will b? attempted to ebbw that ho not
only committed this one particular
crime but that ho figured in several,
exploits of a like nature.
' It is.? well known fact that num
bers pf.people have been moleste 1 at
thlB particular point on Market street
and that, many-Of' >thom have been
roughly handled and relieved ! Of their
valuables..However,.proving that Ruc
ker did realy participate io all.these
affairs xh?y bo . a BbmeWhst " d if flem t
job for tho 'sleuths on tho police force.
Canal Again Opea.
(By Asabcialed PIT??.)
WASHINGTON, Nov. ?.^Tho Pana
ma canal ls again open to traffic. Col
onel. Goethals cabled today, that ship
ping bogan' passing" yesterday' aftoN
neon through ? channel oponed Whore
the landslides north of Gold H1U n*
?i^?^ |B Sfi? H^?rpft #roUa?
Oats braded seurat fcl.00 per bushel. J' ' * '
Wfti?n giriried on Oui; Special Gins, we b?v atpi
premium extra. length? staple colton; G??#
Dalrymple and Texas Storm Proof are generally'
yorth a i^ejrrtjta^. . ........ ^i^^,^
We buy for cash or exchange meal
^e?d, or sell meal;a^id hulls for cash.
Ri??T % LIGON
.. -..MMl^^fe ; .
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TWO CONVICTIOfis YESTEli- EigTO |iockf?fA
DAV W.BQlgSCOU**-- HaniiU?n Howard
WOFtK COJ^INUES V^**""
When Tried By Recorder. . -- .;.
? .; ... . .. ..... ' ' .... .'. . - . V?.<v-: I
. Tho ?ame story, prnctfcally was ? tad?e* W Qf^em?h
t"?(? yoator?lay In tbo.trlula .of. those f .. , ;>-^
chargea with violating the lluuor ' ... , ?
IR wa of tho city and' State. Yeator- _Jjjv-'
day tho cABes to ho tried nt this time 1W* ^StTT rfTm'l&Y '
WOTO hpurd on thiH chnrgo in record- KB mf ff 1 Iml
ir's- cont and both the defendants ? ?8 B ?
were found giltyV ' ' .". . /r. . ".? ........ ;^*^^;?F .
When tho case ot Marion Eskow, . -TIIA f nal? I^feimlm?
charged with sclilns, Was reached -on v. ^TU >!BWOief
tho docket, tho attorneys in tho caao Him ? ?illili lilli ?iiiiliili<fii'Siiiiiiillllliiltnm(ii|i uliiifflui
consented for the .tris! to proceed ?illHIll'?ll liillilllSi,llli^r1fa<iPnwi?ilii.Ttii^i
without a jury nnd Judcmcnt left in gSSSSSI^SS
tho hand? of vriec?rder Russell. Thi'u ' T.( ; ;4.--f
.case 1 was - beguh .". without tho' defends havo - tram, time to timo ?elzod.eevor
ant hoing preesnt and it is now be- al hundred pints of whiskey 'c?rislgi?'
lieved that he had ??m'ped^hfa 'b?nd ed to Brcazeale. .. ^u. ,
of $400 nnd is in tho State of Oeorgla. ..In his .caso tho. samo .witnesses te^
'y Eskow'p trial differed' but . little titled and' this case went;the woy of
from those bf the list few days. ?eL tho . rest, resulting in a' Y4^otQjt?
tectlves Wiggins, Jone? and Daxtor guilty^ .Th?-- ttet?hdhnt"'.w?? ' ?fOttW
all te?tiflod. thc defenso offered no Into court and wak sentenced: to &fty
witneasea1 and tho recorder -Rdiodgod Q fjnc dt ilOO or to serve.30 days en
th? attendant guilty.' ? .On! SaccOunt ot tho street* worri The cltyM<rOr^#)i0fe>. ?
tho fact .that tho defondant can not Rented tr. Breaceale Pey-jUajt.'Mpfy^tfL
.be located, no sentence was pasee* $iO0. holdirtg tho sent'?nco''in r?cord
ib this case.'case,,.in which he was a?o coavictoi.
' The trial, of Breaiaa?e d??ered in in spense.'.' . ;:- \;':'?<?SZ''?if:
no partic?lar from that ot Eskow. ox- :The. other liquor cases have beOtt
copt ipr tho fact. th?\t preazoalo ls continued until a later date, tho ds
charged witt aiding'and abetting in tectlfes- leaving W' t^ik^ih^O?m^
c??ducti^bWce^here^a^ th? ? ?'^^.^^r*i^:
flltore?K?XB ?oldr?bdfis:'also charged ? \- . !.n ..','..
witt fieU^.-on? of.- ?ie principal . Mining Mah??ey,;^f ^
/bbln&'asia?dBt him 1.* ?bat th* ~?i???i -i* 'va??i^???25??Z?aa*.3&.-33&*J3o.:
:;/"".'-*t '?'\f-l??- ?rs^fT?r 7 ' ~