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Apartment House Collapses In New
York While Under Repair. One Per
son Known to .ave Lost Life With
Six Others ,Missing.
New York, 'Dec. 1.-Broadway, at
Fifty-second street was suddenly
transformed late this afternoon from a
scene of bustling activity to one of
desolation when a nine story apart
ment house under repair collapsed
burying several persons beneath the
debris. At least one person is believed
to have been killed and six others are
-llroadway was crowded with shop
pers, workers hurrying to their homes
and atfernoon theater goers wlIen .1
tern lie crash rent the air as the build
ing toppled into the street. orttiunate
ly the bulk of the debris fell Inte
Fifty-second street which was comnpar
atively free from vehicular and pedes
trian traffile although tons of wreck
age slid into Broadway itself. Six
persons, three of them buried in the
wreckage and later rescted, were in
jured. Searchers expressed fear to
night that other pedestrians seen pass
ing the building may have been caught
beneath the tons of wreckage, cover
ing the sidewalk in places a depth of
Smaller crashes occurred at inter
vals tonight as sections of the wall
which remnained standing after the
first collapse, gave way. Other tot
tering sections threatened the lives
of firemen and viiolicemen who search
ed the debris for bodies in the glare
of powerful searcchilghts.
Only the -ground floor was occupied.
an autoiohile concern having its of
flees there. The injiured persons
were mtainly enuployees of this conecrn
and workmen employed in repairing
the building. Three girls in the auto
obile establishmnent were buried lie
Ileati the w reekage but were rescued,
suffering only from cut; and bruises.
Police tonight held back crowds in
Broadway while workmen engaged by
the city building depart ment risked
their lives in an effort to relieve tie
weight on the ulpper floors and pre
vent a saggilg wall on the Broadway
side of the structure from giving way.
h&igging in the debris in the street was
stopped when the wall still standing
in parts of the Fifty-second street side
and along Broadway threatened to col -
The men helieved to have been kill
ed was .1eff Smith, a forenman, ct
ployed by the wrecking comlpainy. A
fellow employer working near Smithi
on an upper part of the building, ie
horted that he saw the foreimiatn car
ried downmm in the deb ris wit hi the I i rst
\ll of the n1;in1mloye.; of the auito
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Ii ha midware Co., l'utnon li ie
mei andi Kenne(dy' lros
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'(litie'o moethiod oIf maiflui o bril
mit verimilon coIlor iindi the' Turkish
Ihoil for iniayvIng goldi or silver onf
'ii hdst steei.
Habinitual Constipation Cured
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* HOLLY GtROVE *
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Revival services at Holly Grove
church this week.
Our teachers, Misses Powers and
Abrams spent Thanksgiving at home.
Mr. Roy Martin and family of An
derson, S. C., spent Thanksgiving
with the former's parents, Mr. and
.rs. J. Frank Martin.
S.lrs. C. .. Templeton has put acety
line lights in his new dwelling, and is
very uinch pleased with them.
One of our neighbors recently pur
chased a billy goat for his little boys.
We were visiting at the home, the lit
tle fellows brought Billy in for our
inspiection. The dog, feeling that the
goat was infringing upon her rights,
attempted to drive him out. \'here
tipon 'Billy iproceeded to drive the dog
out. In the fracas pandelihumium
reigned for a space. The little girl
scurried up stairs. The mother caught
up the baby and went soiewhere,
while your correspondent beina; fairly
caught in a corner could do nothing
but emit a series of yells. The father
Caine running in telling us to stop our
noise, and after some trouble succeed
ed in getting between the combatants.
We are unable to say how he felt, but
we felt that he was in a peculiarly
dangerous position. lie led Hilly ouf
and peace was restored.
Mr. Editor: We read in a recent is
sue of your papeir an article sigined
"Old Farmer," and with your permis
sion would he glad to make a few re
iarks in rcply to same:
Flirst, we would say that we are a
true heliever in democracy. Hurrah
for our side' Though in the minority
for the present. Quality sometimes -
Second, we are for President W\il
:on, first, last and for all time.
IHrot her farmer, mountain peaks stand
alone, but they belong to high alti
tudes. You tell me that the .princi
pies and ideas for which he stands are
obliterated? Never! Through our loy
al hearts and true, our fair land is
in the throes of change. The war was
not six iuonths old ere we realized
that we were entering upon a now
era, and when the clouds of these
shall have passed, Wilson's day star
wIil shin forth again bright and clear.
And when those who are easting poi
son shaft:; at this great and ri od mani
shall have lived out their little (lay,
and the place that knows them will
know them no more. Woodrod Wilson's
name will go dow'n in history the Deer
of Washington. lie was a great mau of
his titme, but we qiuestion if ever he
could have piloted the ship of State
more suceessfully through the' brieak
urs of tihi world war than has Presi
'nt \\'ilon. Ile needs nlo orl o e
I I i i 1 11',t .
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ltders, n'. (Culhertson of .\lt. Olive,
an \lr~ s. l~p. ,lobo ( ; (ooper an'd M\r.
W\' ir Cu(~ lhertoni of ': komn.
ofit th ('arolina,.
I .tyd of L~iurca.--,
IT Olhl>A INI:l e by thi. ('ity (ott
I. l.lThat al abhd'-odlid imale
t- of', the 'iP.- of laiurcns, the.
It . the ate; (If IN ntial .. years,
a :1h pay a ger *uaIta tax, for
et impiirovem'li(O. ''e im (If tanI
and a!! jlersonI:, tp int toi 'ay~
tree i(t tax onl or before ( that dat(
- Iay to the ('ity ('lerk the .um
IIf 1 as s 'ch iti't taxI:. and fail
ii'w to do so shall. ililn ('onv1(iti.
*I p' p-i'vhed as~ othIV i. - I rOVidedi b
. Ine andl 'atifiedl hv 1)he :'j7io
Iid I M the 11lth dav of Novembher',
\ ! l'K9I. and in the Oin, llirMt
lv and indle;i-ndene (If thle I 'nited
'ate.: of .\mler'n.
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T ~'ANLEcY W. ('ht.JWS,
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plete 'power plant in itself for sawtng logs to any length Does the
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. Showing Gasoline E:ngines 2 to
30 11. P.. Power Saw Rigs and
',Drag Saws, all equipped with
Bosch H1 igh Tension Magneto.
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823 Gervais Street,
COLUMBIA, S. C.
Auto Tires Reduced
STOP, LOOK AND LISTEN!
All Tires and Tubes 25 and 30 per
cent off---or make that old tire last
you through the winter. Have them
restored and relined, which gives you
practically the life of a new tire.
For expert tire repair work bring
McDaniel Vulcanizing Plant
Next Door to Postoffice
GAS, OIL AND GREASES
TO THE ACRE
FOR every crop you plan to sow, there's a Planters Fertilizer
especially designed to increase the productiveness of your
soil. For prize crops of cotton, corn, truck-use Planters
Fertilizer. 90 to 95 Bushels of corn-1 to 2 bales of cotton per
acre are records established through use of this reputable fertil
izer on Southern farms. They have been used with unvarying
success throughout the South for years. Ask the farmer who
has used them and he will say:
DOUBLES YOUR YIELD
For many years Planters Fertilizer has been the preference of
the South's most successful farmers, because it has made'it pos
sible to produce bigger. better crops. Make every acre count
this year-GET RESULTS THAT WILL PLEASE YOU.
Consult our Agent for Free Advice, Information and Prices-(o
write us direct--TODAY. It means d'llars to voru.
Planters Fertolizer& Phosphate Co.
Charleton -. - - South Carolina
S U RE
it -id' you A'ycntyo u oe tl ic of
it in the bank each pay day, so that some day it can
work for you?
Vou wornt I NayS be able to work, even if you are
well. Then n be~ a fine feeling to have the money
you banked,.- you could work\, which is n.,w. Ban.1
id 4 oe cent interest.
b vun< YOUR bank.
The L trise National Bank
N. R. DIAl.-. ea C. II ROPER , Cshie