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?PALMETTO THEATRE -?-CES rH,s TEEK
A RETURN ENGAGEMENT OF THE EVER POPULAR AND PLEASING S
Dave Newman Musical Comedy Co.
An Entirely New Line of Shows
In addition to Dave Newman, Jack Lord, Lew Gordon, Mis? Carrie Hawley, Walter wright who were the principle fun makers, singers and dancers when here before,
Dave Newman has added some more good ones to this already clever bunch of Tab Show artists. Now he claims to have the Best Tab Show playing the South.-'
^yf _ ? -\if _ _ J "DOCTOR JIM" A Two Reel Majestic Western Drama
lVlOVieS rOr lVlOnO^y--"ETHEL'S DEADLY ALARM CLOCK" AKomicKomedy
JOHNSON-WILLARD FIGHT-Notwithstanding the United States law prohibiting moving pictures of Prize Fights, Manager Pinkston has procured about twenty slides of the principle blows and the Knockout punch which made the
Biggest Chocolate Drop. These pictures will be shown between each show. These slides are hand colored, and are well worth seeing.
The Show Monday is Well Worth a Half a Dollar
There Will Be No Advance In Prices
Admission 10c and 20
'Black Leg" Disease
Has Broken Out Again
FARMER BELOW CITY LOSES
HEIFER WHICH WAS AT..
TACKED BY IT
55 COWS HAVE
By County Agricultural Agent to
Make Them Immune From
Thc -li ai!, from thc dread "black
leg" diseasa of a heifer on the tann
of Mt. Frank Arnold, Keveral miles
billow the city, hus Riven risc to con
aiderublo uneasiness among owner.;
of c?ttie la that vicinity, causing
thom to have ."."i cows treated willi
epecial Berum which is calculated to
ward off tho disease . 8. M. Uyars,
agricultural demonstrator for Ander
son county, who vaccinated the cows,
ls keeping clone watch over the cat
tle not ool.v of that action but
throughout the county, und the min
ute another caso shows up will
promptly tako charge ot thc situation
Tho discovery that Mr. Ar?old Lad
lost a heifer from tho highly fatal
"black leg" Please was In t.ie nature
of an accident, so lo speak. Se writ 1
days ugo the heifer died, and, nol
knowing timi the .animal had suc
cumbed to a highly contagions and
very fatal disease. Mr. Arnold had the
carcass hunted off un ddumped in an
open field. In skinning the heifer he
noticed that one of the ai.intal'fi legs
was terribly swollen, ond upon the
occasion of a visit t > the city later
mentioned this fact in connection wit);
i' conversation relating to the death
of the heifer. Some one nuggested
thut perhaps the animal had died of
the "black leg" and straightway Mr.
Arnold cof-lcd upon thc county agri
cultural demonstrator to make an In
vestigation of thc matter and deter
mine if the helter had really died nt
the "black leg" disease.
Mr. Byar? made thc necessary in
vestigation and discovered beyond all
doubt that the cow bad died of the
dread diseuse. In the meantime he
imd sent to Clemson college tor a
quantity of serum for the innocula
tion of other COWA in that section that
might have been exposed to danger.
Upon discovering that Mr. Arnold's
cow had died of "black leg." Mr. By
a?*a at oace vaccinated Tiri cows, these
hclonglng to Messrs. Frank Arnold,
Oscar Adams, G. M. f.'*ed and E. F.
Of course, thero ls no accounting
for tho appearance of this disease
We are presenting Monday the first of our Mutual Master
piece Productions. These pictures will be shown nt our
theatre every Monday and Thursday.
"The Battle of the Sexes"
. 5 reel production under the personal direction of D. W. Griffith
Thc drtimu is thrilling. The fact that Lillian Gish has the
leading part it will appeal to the ladies and children.
"The Man Who Found Himself"
FRIDAY (The Event o? the Week)
Clara Kimball Young
Every one will remember NT*? Young in (My Official Wife.)
Watch th? papers for oar program. Every day will ba a
I MUSIC BY OUR ORCHESTA.
5 and 10c
among .Mr. Arnold'? cattle, la cpeuk
Ing of the matter yesterday. .Mr. By
jrs stated tnat the source of thin dis
ease among cattle la alway.* hnrd to
trace. In short. Ibero ls Utile, v/ay
of telling where lt corn ns from or
how il gets among cutt If. The
.Terms. Mr. Byam sayu. may heroine
Imbedded in the mud of a pasture ami
remalli then* alive for a great while.
A cow willi a foot slightly .scratched
?).! a barbed wire fence or with a
tongue or mouth slightly cut by a
.Trass blade or piece of . caue can
CV.nne along in this pasture and
?aslly get the genii!, lu the wound,
where they develop and cause the
"black leg" disease. Or lt ls possible
?O?" the germs to be imported lu hay
.jr other feed stuffs and get u hold
upon a cow in this way.
Them is no cure for tho "black
leg". Mr. Kyars states, und the only
thing that can be done ls to take
steps to prevent the disease lipread
ing among ether cattle. Strange to
lay, the "black leg" dispase attacks
inly young cattle, that is, those under
ibout two ycum of age.
.Mr. Ilyars ls somewhat apprehen
sive regarding the case dlscoMired .on
Mr. Arnold's tana. Aa a rule, when
:i COW dieu cf tula dlseiineij Liu- CARCASS
is either burned or burled several feet
deep, to offset any possibility of the
malady spreading. In this instance,
however. Mr. Arnold's heifer was
neither buried or bumed, but the car
cass was cast into tho woods, where
tho scavenger birds quickly made way
with lt. There ls danger of tho dis
ease being spread In this manner, and
lt ls not improbable that other cane*
will break out among the cattle ol
that section of the county, though Mr
Byars is hopeful that the other cows
were vaccinated tn time to make them
Immune to the disease.
It will be recalled that a few week;
ago a case of black leg disease wa?
discovered tn the city, the cow thal
was Infected dying soon after ber case
was discovered. In this Instance
however, stringent measures wore tak
on to prevent a spread of the disease
Health Officer T. A. Campbell. Mea
and Milk Inspector Dr. John Majoi
and Dr. Mitchell, ve te rn ur lau. had th<
carcass of thia cow taken out in th<
country, where thev burned lt. It ii
believed that this prevented a spreac
of the diseases so far as that case wr.:
concerned. Dr. Mitchell, Dr. Majoi
and Health Officer Campbell thorough
Iv fumigated the place where this cov
died and established a rigid quaran
tine tn that section of tho city. A
there bas not been another case o
tho disease tn the city stneo that I
IS believed that the officers stampei
ont the danger In that Instance.
The result ut the Vaccination ot tin
cows In thn vicinity of Mr. Arnold':
place will be noted with keenest In
tereat, as doubtless there ts conald
?rable apprehension among owners o
>?ttlo In that vicinity.
Demonstrated He b On th
Job ?I Popular
Henry Frlerson. the newly electa
manager of the Paramount, show?
the stuff he was made of Friday. H
had the chance to get the very pop
ular European war picture, "Its i
l.ong. LARS Way to Tipperary," am
ho wired acceptance Immediately. H
thea wired for the story and had I
run in . both papers, so that the pea
pie here would know what the plc
turo was about.
This., together with a liberal amour
of newspaper advertising guarantee
that there will bo a big crowd at th
Paramount 'Monday to see thia poi
? ? K Si!
Discussed By Patrons of Eureka.
School District Friday
A meeting was.held on Friday night
at the EurekaRf hool to explain to
the pat ons of $e district the details
nf the compulsory school attendance
law, which was recently passed by
the South Carolina legislature.
A great nuot?jpr of the patrons or
the school were'precut and they man
ifested thelr'tntcrest In" the work bf
cducution and the welfare of tho sec
tion by their ardent work in securing
Hie high standing of the school at the
present time, and their efforts to make
I)H? compulsory education uct effec
tive in their community. N'o vote
was taken to nee how the body ac a
whole stood in regurd to the law, but
it ls generally understood that thc
patrons are iill ntrougly in favor of
There were many excellent talks
made for-the benefit of the patrons.
Mr. L. T. Campbell fully explained
the act and mated what must de done
in the community to maka the act ef
fective. Thia section ls one which
hardly needs.the act. The people are
all progressive and there are not
,raore than C or. 8 children who are
'not nt I ending- school.
' The state department of education
b?s supplied the cofinty department
with pamphlets explaining thp act and
these arc to be procured from the
rural school supervisor. Miss Maggie
Carlington, upon application.
3 KG Kl? SUCCUMBS
To Wounds inflicted hy Another on
Following the death ot Monroe Jen
kins, who was shot hy Sam Black
well, m April 20," the: Coroner hbld
au inquest Saturday afternoon. The
verdict was that Monroe Jenkins
came to his death from a pistol wound,
said pistol being in the handn of Sam
Blackwell r.hoi Jenkins on the 20th
of April, and after a ruuning'-'chaae
of a day and a half was cagh: oy the
county officers and lodged in Jail.
Blackwell han been in Jail since that
time, and has never asked for a pre
liminary^ trial. - ?'*
Jenkins was brought to the Ander-1
I non rniinlv h????l?*l -*-*-- -??- ?
early Saturday morning.
Blackwell will be tried nt the next
term of criminal court on a charge
"I want a pair of pants for my sick
husband," explained the-woman.
"What size?" asked the clerk.
"I don't know, but , I think he wears
a 14 1-2 collar."-Philadelphia Led
iger. ". r
How Mir*H. Horrod Got ,Rld of Her
"I suffered with stomach trouble
for years and tried.*\everything I
heard of, but the , only relief I -got
waa temporary until^ast spring I.saw
Chamberlain's Tablets ndvertlaed' and
procured a bottle of-'them at our drug
store. I got immediate relief trout
that dreadful heaviness after eating
and from pain In tife'swimfch," write?
Mrs. Linda Harrod.vEprt Wayne. ?nd.
?B uieu ?.JDtaiDgpie eTerywnere?
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i.jfnrr11 SPECIALS -
?m?B&0 THIS WEEK im^m?
jyiillilip Monday ^^^^^t
"It's a Long, Long Way to Tipperary'*
A stirring drama of the great war now in progress, and the quiet life at Tipperary of a
happy Britisher and his family. Read the story in yesterday's papers; and don't fail to see
this Three Reel Pathe picture of the present war.
"Pathe News No. 24"
A Moving Picture Newspaper of World-Wide events-^-sces all and knows all. See it twice
Coi. Heeza Liar"
The Great Pathe Cartoon Comedy Picture.
JESSES L. LASKY Presente W
WALLACE EDD1NGER m
*'A Gentleman of Leisure"
jgBgfr'. A t.asky-Paramount Feature in Five Reels. *
Beautiful scenes, and perfect photography.- This is well up to the Paramount standard.
COMING FRIDAY NEXT
The Greatest Railroad story tver placed upon the screens, lt is intensely interesting.
Five Big Reels.
Paramount Motto: "The truth in email cutters, the same as cn large."
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