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WEEK AT THE PALMETTO THEATRE
THE TWO GUNN'S
O-f JIL JU?f JU*T
SIX PEOPLE-AU Clever One*. Two Acts tn Afternoon, and Two ?I Night.
: Specialty-Huth Lamont and Ivan Anderson in their own Dance Creation-"The Dance Parie Argentine." ?
With Four Reels of Good Pictures.
Program Changed Completely Nightly.,
The Management wishes to essore thu public that this show will be ABSOLUTELY FREE of any and every objectionable feature. That it will be CLEAN and
MORAL, end ALRIGHT in every respect
At 8 o'clock you're snailing; at 8:16 you're laughing; at 8:30 you're still laughing, and et 9 o'clock you feel that you've seen a Dollar Show for 10c and
Cold Days Call For Warm
Clothing and Heavy
and we respond to that
caji with the best clothes
ever made. ( -
Isaac Hamburger &
produce many smart mod
eb in Suits and Over
coats for men, young
men, and young old men.
Good values from.
. Special big values at
KL, J. ^Gersia vf $L Louis, Albert
Hintsler of Netv York, Fred Kaufman
of Ne*'York aid Ji'A.^ Blake -.f At
SSJUHK?- weft? ca?iirig on the
jejpre^^^de tn Anderson.. yesterday,
A. W. Sharman of. Greenville wa?
in the-dty yesterday for a few hours.
?V w. Bannister of Iva spent .part
; of . yesterday in the city on buaf?-tsa.
YON CAN'T MAKE A GOOD JOB OF CARVING HIS MA
JESTY. THE TURKEY, UNLESS YOy 'HAVE THE PROPER
TOOLS-?ind lidless the turkey is carved right, a goodly poitio? bf
the flavor seems to-leave it-Have you ever noticed'that?.
WE ARE OFFERING THREE PIECE CARVING
SETS-STACI HAWTfU F9_junrcrr'. AF eres?
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OTHERS FINER, np to $10.00
Each set in a neat silk lined case.
y OTHER THANKSGIVING SUGGESTIONS
Mayonaise Sets, *t.So. Etched Tumblers, $4.25 Set
See->.Hc9e new creations , . ? , , .
t H. Keese ?$ Co,
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* Items of Interest and Personal
* Wire!? ?< on the Sh
On Local Market. .*
The fears entertained by some peo
ple that there were no turkeys to be
altered for sale on the local market
were yesterday proved groundless
Every wagon arriving in Anderson
From the country brought three or
Tour ot the great American birds sud
throughout the day Anderson men
were buying turkeys. The birds
were here ia profusion and brought
prices ranging from 91.50 to $2.50.
In The OTofla.
Charged with having partaken of I
too much fluid which eurreptlpusly ]
stealB away the reason, and with hav
ing Indulged in considerable disor
derly conduct, to the annoyance of
the residents of tho Anderdon mill
village, Elizah Fleming waa 'taken in
tow last night by Sheriff Ashley and,
assistant and lodged In the county
f lioHff Rester
Kia Seme Speaker.
" ; Parties returning to Anderson last I
night i from Dunklin township, which ]
ls situated in the lower extremity bf
Greenville county, brought reports of I
a strong educational address made
yesterday at the West Dunklin graded I
School by Sheriff Hendrix Rector of
Greenville. Harry H. "Harrlr*. alto of
Greenville, ? was among tho speakers
at the meeting, and ls credited with j
having made a stirring talk,
Here Yesterday. s
Jfter pleading with the coal men
for three or four days In an effort to
get more credit, after searching up
every old overcoat, blanket, quilt,
etc.; on the premises, and then ??.'ter
shivering for three days the public
of Anderson experienced a feeling of
delight when the weather moderated
considerably yesterday. For the past
several days it has"been unseasonably
cold and' the warmer weather proved
very grateful io the "Anderson public.
Sheriff Oclas "r"~?~
Sheriff Ashley received advices
yesterday that the authorities at
Monroe. Ga., had apprehended one
Richard Henry, colored, who ls want
ed here on chargea of larceny. Sher
iff Ashley will go to the Georgia city
today, for the purpose of escorting
Henry back to Anderson.
*WWta Hopef .
Waats a Scrap.
Anderson's public would feel ?ust
about aa much at home' over hi the
European war as lt. would .st a prize
fight or a boxing match but evidently
"Billy" Porter of Greenville does not
know that A letter whs received tn
And orson , ye: ?rday, addressed to Sae
manager of the Anderson opera,
house, in which tho pugilist t?vW
&?? uv nu.uH ?ike io stage a io-rounu
boxing match in this city. As yet too
one has agreed, to take hp his offer,
Heese to Baying ' ? '.,
OB Cotton Market
Walter H. Keese of the well known,
lewelry firm ot that name, han thrown L
kia hat into the ring in the cotton [
buying business and is now boasting
)f some 25 or SQ bales of cotton, taken
rt exchange for merchandise. ' Mr.
Reese says, teat be ia not afraid at
he cotton market and that he ts will
ing to do all he can to help out . the
:oi ion farmers. The young farmors
sith aa Idea of getting married are
tppreelatlve of this action. Since on*
MOe <>t cotton at 10 cents per pound
last about buys a beautiful diamond
PROM ii?vTOCBER ?8T TO NOV
5WB?R SOTH. WALLACE WILL'
> RATES GiS PHO
2 DOORS BELOW
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f SPARKLETS *
l Mention Caught Over toe *
'cet? of Anderson *
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Seren Cents Yet
There waa little change in the cot
ton market in Anderson yesterday
and. throughout the day the best price
offered was 7 cents per pound. The
was for the beet grade of thc fleecy
Btaplo and the inferior grades com
manded only 61-4 and 61-2 cents.
Dont Get Spank
At the Carnival.
Just because the carnival exhibit
ing in this fclty^is out in North Ander
son and therefore not under polfco
protection ls no licenre for a man to
Sst drunk and raise Cain. County
officers brought' H. L. Csthey before
Magistrate Brcadwell yesterday on a
charge of being drunk on the carni
val grounds Friday night. Cathey
wau tried, during which about 40
witnesses offered testimony, was ad
judged guilty by the magistrate and
was sentenced to psy a fine of $5.
The trial of this case took up the
entire morning in magistrates court.
For awhile Friday night certain
memb ? of the police department
thought that the city Jail was to be
turned Into sn asylum. A man. crazed
with the effect pf cocaine was taken
In cbatge at the carnival grounds
and brought to the city jail and ho
made the night hideous with bis yells
and groans. Shortly after his arrival
another man was brought in suffer
ing, from the effects of "cocaine
sniffing" and he too took up the at
tention of the police until a late hour
yesterday morning. No charge was
lodged-against either of the men.
Thanksgiving Services in Ander?
Son WOl Be Held With The
First Baptist Church.
Mrs. Earle -Barton and Mrs. Ed
Alkmson will spend today with
friends In Greenville.
While complete plans for the ser
vice have not all been finished, it has,
been announced that the Thanksgiv
ing service for Anderson* will be held
thu year with the First Baptist
church of Anderson and all the
churches and congregations of the
city will gather there to give thanks
for the blessings showered upon them
during the past year.
The' musical feature of this ser
vice will be arranged with great care
and Indications are that the day will
be a most interesting and enjoyable
one. A splendid service is expect
Of Old and Young
copies from-old photos.
Kodak finishing orly the;
best, and at prices within
the reach of all.
Green's Art Shop
On the Square.
NO HOUSE IS A HOME WsTHCOT A
The father of the family enjoys the piano be
cause it soothes and rests him after a dav pf busi
ness cares, and brines enjoyment into his life.
The mother of the household is tempted by the
piano to take many a delightful hour f rom her
manifold duties to enjoy the recreation she re
quires. , ,4-**m?m* *?-v mr '.mm
NO OTHER ACCOMPLISHMENT GIVES SUCH UNIVERSAL DELIGHT A$ THE ??!L!TV TO
PLAY THE PIANO - 4??st?^. : ? -
Tlte daughter perhaps enjoys the piano
most of all, for it makes her home a social cen
tre and helps tremendously in tVie entertain
ment of her friends.
The little child enjoys the piano because
the music is a source of arr?a?ing delight to the
childish mind and day by day educates his
REMEMBER-That even though cotton is ANOTHER TITOK^W* hwy for SPOT
gelling at and around Seven cents, we are will- CASH, and can and will GUARANTEE TO
ing to allow yow TEN CENTS a pound for Mid- SAVE YOU CONSIDERABLE MONEYv on
diing cotton in exchange for the BEST MAKES your purcase of a RELIABLE MAKE of High
ol Standard F?iano* and Organs. Grade Piano? or Organs.
The Pianos and Organs We Handle Are Guaranteed for Ten Years hy the Manufacturers and
fey US. y
Cash or Terms to Suit You.
Tile Patterson Music House
M. M. PATTERSON, Mgr. N?~ 13ftW?t- B?nt<m Stree*