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SOUTHERN BLOSSOMS CO,
MOVIES FOR TODAY
"THF LAW OF THE WILDS"
A two reel American
A FLOW FOB EYERY PURPOSE
"Til F LITTLE DANDY,'* a one horse
plow, With' Totter Share, live inches deep
und seven Indies deep. Thin plow itax
good clearance ander the cotton and will
not illl np with dirt and sticky soil.
"THE COTTON KINO," a light two
horse f lew, ~a?c with steel beam, with
a rapacity ' six lochen deep and nine
inches wide. This plow Is made Right
Hand only; and from its great popularity
it must be the right plow in the right
"TERRAriNO- plow. See our No. 43
and 44. Every plow maker makes this
style plow, but every plow maker does
not make this QUALITY plow. Either of
these No. 43 or 44 for. terracing land con
in t he'beaten. The land sldo is sloping,
and the tuulrihuurd fa concave, strongly
curved.. Uns a high, bold front, wild a
thin, sharp cutilng edge. It's made other
right or left hand.
"SrnSOIL" plow No. 17, which Is not
a surface tickler, but a reul usitbsoilcrM
is Uie plow you. need. See it and yoa
will agree with us.
Anderson Hardware Co.
East Whitner Street
CONTRACT LET FOR
VV. Wf JOHNSON WILL PUT
CEMENT LINING IN BIG
WORK STARTS SOON
Approximately 325 Cubic Yards
of Concrete Will be Put
Tlx* contract for cementing the
basin of the reservoir northwest of the
city has been let by the Southern
Public rillltles company to W. W.
Preliminaries for carrying out the
contract are under way already, and
the actual work of pouring the con
crete will begin about March lf?. Ap
proximately 32."i cubic yards of con
cret,? work will be necessary to line
the bottom and sides of the reser
voir. The improvements will cost ap?
Koine time ugo, it will he recalled,
the Southern Public rtllrleft com
pany's resident manager, Mr. II. A.
Orr, announced that the company
would build a new filter plant on Cox
Creek and cement tho bottom and
side? of the reservoir northwest of
the city. The now filter will be ready
foi* use In a few days, and will double
the supply of pure drinking water
for the city.
Mordecei Garrett Shot Dora Don*
aid?This is Second Women
He Has Shot
The wave of crime which broke out
in Anderson last Saturday appears to
have spread to remote parts of the
county and to have continued over
Sunday. In addition to reports of all
the lawlessness that occurred in the
city last week, came news yester
day of a shooting which occurred Sun
day on the plantation of Mr. Joat
Prultt, near Starr.
It is reported that a negro named
Mordecal Garrett shot a negro woman
named Dora Donald. The woman wat
struck In the stomach and in tbo arm
and her condition id considered ser
loua. I The shooting occurred about
sundown Sunday. The negro mad<
his escape. This is the second wo
man Garrett has shot. About a yeai
ago he wounded a woman, the shoot
Ing occurlng on Mr. Prultt's plants,
A warrant for tho apprehension ol
the negro has been sworn out befon
Magistrate J. H. Ralney.
HONET BOY EVANS
Tickets For This Attraction on Salt
Tickets for Honey Boy (Geprge'
Evans Minstrels will go on sale at tin
box office of "Tho Anderson" on Fri
day morning. This famous minstrel h
to bo at The Anderson on Tuesday
evening, March 9.
Not This Lee Davis.
The police court records of severs*
days ago record the fact that one Lec
Dav'a was convicted of stealing egg.
of tho value-of 15 cents and sentenc
ed'to pay a fin" of-910.' A waiter at
the Hotel Ch' .uola whose name it
U>e Davis wl-rt?s his friends and ac
qua'.nlances to know that he is not
the Gee Davis who was before tfil
W. O. W. Meeting.
Myrtle Camp No. 69, Woodmen o!
the World, will meet with Orr Mil'
Woodmen' Saturday' night next ant
confer the noon degree. j
?Hk This Week m
Only two Theatres in America attempt to run a Paramount
Feature daily?The Strand in New York City?cost $1,000,000,
price of admission 50c, AND the Paramount Theatre, Ander
son. Admission only 5 and 10c.
, _ TODAY t
"PAID IN FULL." Eugene Walters with members of the
original cast, including Tully Marshall
"CLOTHES." That celebrated society drama, with Charlotte
Ives and House Peters
"AFTERMATH." Virginia Pearson and Owen Moore. "EX
PLOITS OF ELAINE," with Arnold Daly and Pearl White
"THE MILLION." Edward Abeles' Artistic Success.
HENRIETTA CROSMAN in the famous emotional drama,
"THE UNWELCOME MRS. HATCH"
Read Summary of Our Features in the
ML Ml Mi Ml Ml ?Sk. JS. JR. ill jfft
WHO KILLED NEGRO
Constable Ellis Hughes Not Blam
ed for Shooting Arthur
Arthur Williams, the negro who was
hot late Saturday night at his home
ear Donalds by Deputy Kills Hughes,
tho accompanied Sheriff Ashley when
te went to place the negro under
Treat for a crime committed in Honea
'ath several weeks ago. died o( his
a Juries about 6 o'clock Sunday morn
ng. Sunday afternoon an Inquest was
eld by Magistrate J. C. Martin, the
ury returning 'a -verdict exonerating
he deputy who shot the negro. Sheriff
Vahley attended, the Inquest, as did
he officer who fired the fatal- shots
Arthur Williams had been wanted
iy the Anderson county authorities
or some time. Several weeks ago the
egro engaged in a pistol duel with
' 'ollcemen Page and Hughes of Honea
ath because one of the officers sels
.jd^jgackage of wMskey^rom andther
negro. After shooting scrape Wil
liams skipped out, and no more was
heard of him until Sheriff Ashley was
advised last Saturday that the negro
was back at his home on Mr. B. L.
Morrison's plantatibn near. Donalds.
Late Saturday evening Sheriff Ash
ley, witli Deputy Sheriff Sanders, left
for Donalds to arrest Williams. Going
through Honea Path, the sheriff picked
up Policemen Page and Hughes and
deputized a brother of the policeman,
Mr. Ellis Hughes. When the posse
went to arrest the negro, he put up
a fight and was fatally shot by Deputy
OSBORNE AND PEARSON
PAID IN FULL
Will Be Shown at Paramount Today
Instead of Clothes.
Manager F. M. Burnett of the Para
mount Theatre announced last night
that Eugene Walter's IS season theatri
cal hit "Paid In Full," featuring
Eugene Walters and members of the
original Broadway csjat, will be shown
at The Paramount iodav instead ' of
Clothes, which*, was' advertised to be
Shown there today. . - .
Clothes, the celebrated ' society
drama, with Charlotte Ives and House
Peters, will be shown Wednesday. In
other words, the order of showing
these two famous plays has been re
Going Out of Business?Sugar at Four
In this issue of Tho intelligencer
will be found a full page ad, announc-.
ing the final closing out sale of the
old. and well known firm of Osborne
& Pearson who have done business In
Anderson for many years.
The prives quoted in the big page
ad will convince the most skeptical
that they mean business. Becauso
tho people of Anderson realize values,
and will no doubt respond quickly to
the bargains offered In >.his announce
One feature of this Bale Is the sel
ling of standard granulated /agar at
26 pounds for $1.60, and with a guar
anted price from that on down to
four cents a pound, according to the
amount, of other goods purchased.
' OLI> THEE SINGING
Was ' Held Lost Sunday at OrrvMe
i Church With Many In Attendance.
There was an old fashioned singing
held1 last Sunday at Orvllle church,
and the occasion was heartily enjoyed
by a large- number of people. The
officers ot the einging convention Ore:
W. P. Stevenson, president; W. W.
J. M. McCowq's Grocery
Chickens Require Food
Just as Human Be
We have Chick feed for the little
"Biddies", Scratch feed and a
splendid Dry Laying Mash which
makes hens lay eggs. Prices right.
Phone H& 22.
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Hall.N vice preslden^tf'^att C. Lea,
bgc re ^ ury \
The next meeting, of the convention
will be held at Oalwood Baptist
church on the second Sunday la June.
The county convention" will meet on
the fourth Saturday arid Sunday lu>
May at P?laer. . v- \
' . ' ' - ? TUESDAY, MARCH 2nd
Lubin;? Reels 5 -, ,.. A .;
This is orie't?f the General Film Cofeature productions. It was dram
atized by, Chas. Kleine, the, author of <*The Gamblers,'1yi'The Jj4or and the
Mouse," arid''The thircl t%ree." ] EW?EL CLAYTON and CEO. SONLE
SPENCER have the leading roles. This-picture isespeclally good.
Th?'-?^ of tl# Great ^fjj^ 1
ii if" "Mi mi
DON'T MISS OUR SH?W TODAY
Our Orchestra will render special music
Admission, 5c. and 10c