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MOVIES FOR TODAY
Tilt: FALL OF TilK CEILING"
A Kruni'Iiii Two Heel Feature.
-LOVE h N O WS NO LAW
An American Farce Comedy.
Heur the Slnglug Sisters liiez und Udry; al
so the Quurtettc ?.ni limiter, Anthony, Inez und
Odey. This is u High tirade Show. "If it doesn't
please you come to the box oflicc mid get your
Burriss Metal Shingles
GREAT FIRE PROTECTION
In the case of the lire yesterday afternoon, which destroyed the two story
bouse ni No. 104 Hlecklcy Street, und occupied by Mr. ?111 Kdwards, tho.
houses thereto would surely have burned if they hud not been as wet as they
wcre as n result of the extremely wet weather we have been huving recently.
A Ilurriss Metal Shingle roof will afford great protection In case of tire
near you; this has been proven time and time agulu.
lu tter look into this NOW, Our Fire Department is terribly handicapped
In petting to the tires on account of the very hud street^.
Tohn T Burriss Son
Look about yon at the social functions and notice how many women
wear Luv ulliers, ask them whe.-e they came from and don't be surprised the
majority will say from
Permise we carry not only the largest stock In Anderson, but in thci
State; bread asserslou but Jnst glance at our wlnduw.
AS TO PRICE?
We are willing to hate you compare tho values we offer anywhere. Don't
hesitate, bnt pat us to the test.
Extraordinary In quality, little In price. Values from >NU0 to $150.00
W. H. Keese & Co.
The Best For Less
Tell the Phone
55c. 'PEG O' MY HEART9 50c.
The most popular story in America today. It
has charmed its millions. 100 copies on sale
next Thursday at 50c.
Fantes Book Store
DEPOSIT YOUR MONEY
With us, and then we will lend you money when you need it.
Interest Paid on Deposits. '
The Farmers and Merchants Bank
The Farmers Loan & Trust Co.
ANDERSON, S. C.
Combined Resources a Little the Rise of One Million Dollar?
E. A. Sin j the, Geo. W. Evans,
N. ft. Snlllran, W. Laaghlln,
J. F. Watson, J. C Harris,
.1. 1). HumraetN Foster L. Hrown
U.A. Orr, ... J. R. Bout hit,
J. J. Major, R. G. Witerspooa,
Tocs. C. Jackson, J. J. Major,
J* E. Yaadivet. ?.
OLD LEE HOUSE WAS
DESTROYED BK FIRE
WILL EDWARDS, TENANT,
LOST HOUSEHOLD EF
House Valued at $2,000?Was
Insured For $1,000?Mr. Ed
wards Carried Insurance.
Pire of an unknown origin yestor
day afternoon at U o'clock completely
destroyed dwelling No. 101 Bleckley
ftreet, commonly known us the old
Lt.?? house, where the lute W. S. Lee,
father of 1). S. Lee of the Southern
Pi'hllc ? Uiltles Com pan." and allied
Interests, and his family lived for a
number of years. The house was
valued at about $2,0H0 and was in
sured for 11.000 with the l.aalty Trust
Company. Tim dwelling was occu
pied by Will Edwards, a carpenter
and formerly street overseer for the
city, who lost practically all hU
hr.usehold effects, valued at $750
and insured for a comparatively
small amount. Tho house was owned
by \V. S, Lee of Charlotte.
Members of the family were aware
of the fire whon flames burst through
the celling and into the living room,
Where they were seated. It was evi
dent that tho fire originated between
the overhead celling of the first story
and the floor of the second story. The
occupants of the dwelling, were taken
so completely by surprise that they
barely had time to escape from the
burning building building. Only a
pieces of furniture were gotten out
of the building by neighbors who
were quick to arrlv? at tho scene of
Immediately upon receipt of the al
arm, at re department hfiadnyertwrw
all equipment of the station 'was call
ed out. The automobile hose wagon
was the first to gt away, but was
followed closely by the horse-drawn
wagon and the hook and ladder wa
gon. The various vehicles made good
time across the square, but after
passing Earie street, going up North.
Main street, they were greatly handi
capped by the deep mud. Th?
auto hose wagon was brought to- ?h>
stop upon striking the mud, but after
a short delay was started aguin. The
borse drawn vehicles were, of course,
greatly hindered by the mud.
When the fire department reached
the scene of the fire the dwelling
was nveloped In fi?mes. The auto
truck stretched. 750 feet of hose and
the horse-drawn wagon put out 650
feet' of hose, these two streams being
all that were brought into play. The
water did good work, but the flames
had gotten such a long start they
were unable to save the structure. He
ing un old. two story dwelling and
entirely of wood construction, tho
flames licked it up readily.
Better be safe than sorry?Wlllett
P. Sloan, insurance.
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'I TT IT1/ I T "
J. D. Douthit of Sandy Springs was
a visitor In the city yesterday.
Willis McQee of Starr was a visito:
in the city yesterday.
Amos Masters of the Mountain
Creek section was in the city yea
J. H. and It. A. Opt or Wllliamston,
were In the clt yesterday.
Frank Skelton of the Roberts sec
tion was In the city yesterday.
B. F. Martin of Greenville waq'
in the city yesterday.
Joe Bolt of tbe county was a vtsit
or In the city yesterday.
John Breazeale of Pendleton was
a visitor in the city yesterday.
W. F. Gant of Rcldsvllle was a visl
tor in the city yesterday.
Ernest WilHlams of Augusta was
lain the city yesterday.
J. S. Bolt or Honea Path was in
the city yesterday for a short while,
Milton Rice or Atlanta- was in tbe
Ira L>. Grifiln o fColumbia was a
visitor in the city yesterday.
Ed Sadler waft among the visitors
ir. the city yesterday.
I J. E. and Joe Sulllvun spent Sun
day In Wllliamston ': with relatives
J. B. Ley?f?U. j Sr., of Starr was a
visitor In the city yesterday.
J. T. Carson of tho county was a
visitor in the city yesterday.
J. C. Bolt of the country was in
tho city yesterday tor ft short While.
W. M. Sherard of Wllliamston was
among the visitors tn the city yester
Luther Gable of Iva was in the
city yesterday for-? short .while. ^
. B. H. Hodges of Starr was in the
1 city yesterday for a short while. Ma
'S BIG REDUCTION SALE
igh Grade Shoes
Has Put a Crimp In High Prices
One lot Ladies' $2.50 Vici Kid Shoes ? y ^
at - " - - - - v - w w
One lot Ladies' $3.00 Pat. and Dull a ?i o ?4
Leather Shoes - - - 9
One lot Misses' $2.00 Dull Leather ^ ia
Shoes at - - - ? 1 1 ?7
One lot Men's $4.00 and $5.00 Patent ^ f q ?
Colt Shoes.y l.ZrD
One lot Men's Dull Leather Shoes
at - - - -
Talk is cheap, but the prices make the peopie buy.
We only give a few prices so you will not forget
what we are doing. Remenlber, every pair of Shoes
in our store goes at this sale?not a pair reserved.
Get 'em at Thompson's and
Hodges and Iiis family leave today
for Florida where they will make
their home In future.
Mrs. W. J. Holley of Hartswell, Ga.,
was a visitor in the city Sunday.
Mrs. Mollie Linder of Hart well, Ga.,
was in the city Hunday to see lier
son, J. B. Linder, who is confined
to the Anderson County Hospital.
T. L. Campbell of the country was
in the city yesterday.
Sam Jackson of Iva was a visitor
in the city yesterday.
McLeod A McDonald Musical Comedy
Co. Are Highly Recommended.
They are playing at the Palmetto
this week. Read what the Augusta
Theatrical man says about them.
Augusta, Ga., Jan. 23, '15.
Mr. A. M. PinkBton.
Anderson, S. C.
Dear Mr. PinkBton:?
Today we lin Iah a very successful
week in, every way with the McLeod
McDonald Musical Comedy Co., which
is about the classiest small tab ve
have ever played. The company is
well balanced and the singing is the
equal of any of the 18 people tabs.
The costumes are clean and attrac
tive, the girls of the show nice look
ing and of good figure, the men far
above the average In manner and
ability. I consider the show unusual- '
The si?ter team, Inez and Odey, are
a riot, and you will remember them
as the feature with Frisdenwaid'?
show. They are very clever. ' i
The quartette is very good and
shares honors with the other features
of the show. ,
The male members of the company
have not only good voices but strong
and enlivening. The same applies to
each girl of the chorus. j
Miss Mona McDonald, an English
actress, 1b very magnetic in her talk
on her experiences on the merchant
vessel, on which she voyaged to
America, and wc made a special
"Tipperary" night during the relating
of her experience. The Bijou could
not hold them. She is a big drawing
card. I suggest you carry out "Tip
perary" night, If you play the com
pany. She was held up by the Ger
man cruiser. Eruder. ?
I suggest that you get In touch with
Greenwood and have him place the
show in Andersen for an early date.
They will make good with the Pal
metto 'patrons, in my estimation. 1
Hoping to see you soon and with
kindest personal regards, I am.
Yours very truly,
E. J. SPARKS.
THIS IS A BAH MOUTH.
The Indoor life of winter, with lack
of outdoor exercise, puts a heavy load
du kidneys. Nearly everybody, suffers '
from rheumatism, backache, pain in
sides and back, kidney and. bladder,
alimenta. A backache may not roeari
anything serious,' but it certainly does
sot mean anything good. It's better
to bo on' the safe aide and take Foley
Kidney Pills to strengthen and In
vigorate the kidneys and help them
do their work They help rid the
blood of acids and poisons. Sold by
is what makes oar business good. You may gain a little here,
there and yonder, but taking our goods alt the way through, from
month to month, you will find that the quality and price cannot be
We can supply your table with more good things to eat than any
store in Anderson. ' ' 5
In addition to everything yon call for in table luxuries, we have -
iiog and Beef BrainB, Liver SauBage* Spare Bibs, Pork Chops and
8o".se Meat, Liver, Veal Chops and Stei&s.
Pork Sausage, Hambenrer und Frankferters, West Point Oys
ters and Fresh Fish. *
LIVE AND DBESSED POULTRY.
Yon ran help us by 'phoning In your order early every morn.
W. A. POWER
212 SOUTH MAIN i
SAM HARPER, Manager. .
Do It Now!
Make a small deposit each week
in this Financial Stronghold, and
by adding a little each week to
your Bank Account you'll he sur
prised at .the rapidity with which
you can accumulate a snug sum?
"Big Oaks from little Acorns
Grow." The same applies to our
WHEN RE VERSES COME
i Your worry will be reduced to a
minimum if you are in a position
to meet all obligations with a
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Th? Peoples Bank
LEE G. HGLLEMAN, President
D. O. DKOWNE, Cashiei ?. P? VAN DIVER, Vice-Fres.
ovjckley Building, Anderson, S. C.