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MON "GILDED Thee Reel Lae "THE DEVIL AN) Laemmlc This is the ONLY Plac< derson Showing Mc IP?lm?itikQ NEXT The Seymour Mm 10 People Every One i Change of Bill Nightly They corne direct from Atlanta MOVIES FO "THE LITTL! Two Reel 1 "SEE AMER Gau E 10 People Every One ; SCRAPEAT EQUINOX TWO OF ONE FAM'LY, FOUGHT TWO OF AN OTHER THROAT WAS CUT Earl Coleman Seriously Cut About ] Throat-Others More or L?sa Wounded. Barl Sandern was seriously cut, : Leonard and Will Coleman and IC! J j au Sanders are out on bond aa a result ot a fight and cutting scrape at Pie Equinox mills yestordny morning about. 6:30 o'clock. Both . of the Sunders aro brothers, and also th: Colemans. It has been almost impossible to gathor the details that brought ou thia trouble, but lt hos been learned (hat there was a fifth party who had his glasses broken on his face and ground into hts. eyes. It seems that ? Leonard Coleman cid Elijah Sandels had had some difficulty and yestordny morning was the timo for settlement Thora, was a fistfight aud in a few . minutos tho other brothers beca-'o involved, ? . Knives wore drawn and used very j freely, all of li?o parUclpantn hoing cut to some ; extent. Earl Sanders received tho greatest Injury, having boen slashed arour. [ the .throat. His ?j condition is. said'to be critical. Will Coleman was al?o rather severely cul ?about the back of his neck and down his .Iv.cU. The other participants got Off with less serious Injuries. . Leonard and Will Coleman and Elijah Sanders were placed in jail yesterday morning hy OAlcers Sanders and Williams hut later gave bond. Tire cc adi! ion ot Earl Coleman would not . permit his being moved, THANKS FOB BANQUET ' . . - - . . . Fliers In Spinning Department Ex pr?s, Appreciation. \Ve,; the undersigned fixers in bite spinning department of Anderson cot ton mill Wo. 2 wish to ; express our V heartiest thanks 'to tho management of 'h? Anderson mills given in behalf or the fixers, Friday night, December 3, 1015 at the mill hall. ,. Signed: J. L. Jennings.?. R.'tx>ng, ' O. B. Hilly, W. S. Burton, P. F. Smith, D. JO. Cabe. W, ?.?Campbell, <; Mv;K,- Chaston, Claud Sims, W. ' T. (...SUemore. : MEATO DAY YOUTH" mmle Drama. D IDLE HANDS" i Drama. ? of Amusement in An fi?n Pictures Only ) WEEK sica! Comedy Co. * Performer 10 People Gorgeous Costume? , and are highly recommended. R MONDAY E CAPTAIN" 'hanhuuner. ICA FIRST" _ trama. ?Performer 10 People CAPITALIST VISITOR ANDERSON YES?ER; MESSRS. J. B. DUKE AND W. S. LEE IN CITY FOR FEW HOURS INSPECTION TRIP j . ' Cf Company's Lino and No Spe cial Significance Attached to th? Visit He?, Mordy on an Inopeoiion tour; Messrs. J. B. Duke and W.. S. Loo arrived In Anderson yesterday morn ing at 11:30. Btopping. ovar in the city until 2:SO o'clock. These gentlemen had nothing to state to newspaper men except that theirs was only an' inBoectlon tour. "No, (there ls nothing significant, about our visit," stated Mr. Leo to an Intelligencer reporter just before leaving the' city. "Mr. Duke carno down from New York to ?pend two weeks looking over the company's property. You know no is a farmer also Und almost all of lovat week was Spent on lila farm near Chester.k' After arriving lu Anderson yester day morhring tho gentlemen called on Mr- H. .A. Orr, iMr. Jas. P. G?s sen at the BrogOn mills and then on Mr. Jas. P. Mammet nt tho Orr mills. At 1:30 o'clock they went to the Ch i (j ii ol a Hotel for lum-li eon, leaving the city In Mr. Duke's limousine at 3:30. They went from Anderson on to Greenwood. 'Mr. Duke expressed himself as de lighted with the weather in this sec-, ti on and stated .that he wished he h?d longer to stay. MARKETS Local cotton market IS cants. ' Cotton seed, $43 ton. New York Cotton. Open. High. LoW." Close. Deo . . ,12.27 12.33 12.27 12,82 Jan . . .12.40 12.42 12.39 12*40 March . ..12.71 .12.71 12.67 12.70 May I . .12,90 12.01 12:88 12.90 July , . .12.97 12.99 12.92 12.97 Spots 12.60. liverpool Cotton. Open. Close. Jan-Pob .. .. .. .. . .T?SO 7.80 Mar-Apr .. .. .. .. .,7.28 7458 : May-June .. . . .. . .7.2s - 7?22 Spou 7.61. .i^#Msn5r% : Sales 8,000. ( X Receipts 19.000. ?. , Aaa So Forth*. "Willie," said the teacher Of tho Juvenile class, ' "what te? the term ?.etc.' used.for!" ? ' ./ * \>? "lt.is used to wake people, helier* that we "know a lot more tha^t wo really do;^ replied tfhe> b-rijjht young ster,. -OM cagoTribun?. ' :- ? Speed. " Toanher--AVhRt to velocity T ^^ N 5; Pupll-~yei0city i? what a roan puts ?a J??t plate down wita .^rtvMtoa' aim SE 10 PEOPLE others but other Sam Wi! Fri? ANDERSON WILL SEE BIG GAME WEXT YEAR AUBURN SCHEDULE INDI-! CATES GAME WITH CLEM SON HERE OCTOBER 21STI Will Be the Date According to Proprem--Legare Elected Cap tain of Alabama Team. Much interest ia being c/:own lu Auburn's football schedule Tor tho season of 1916 becauae cf tho fact that their second gamo \vl)l bo play ed against Clemson on October 21, ac cording to an announcement mads from Auburn FYiday ni#rht. Tho last game played nere created much In terest locally and at that time many expressed themselves in favor mak ing an effort to ih?ve tho gamo herc every season. At that time it was said that it would bo impossible for Clem son to play Aubzurn in Anderson be cause next season ybuld havo to go to Auburn, so it ls not improbable that thia game will be rearranged. The dispatch from Auburn as ap-, peering in the Atlanta Journal ot yes terday is as follows: Aub'rrn, Ala., Dec 4 r-Legare Hallston, familiarly known as "1,-jc'ty" halfback, and quarterback of the team has been chosen as captain or ino Au burn 'football eleven for'.thev?9?6 sea son. For the -past three seasons Halrston has been a valued member of. the team, having the rather un usual distinction of making the team in his first year. Ho f:as played' at end, quarterback and halfback. Th?1 past seo son he waa unfortunate in roceiving injuries that kept him bat pf _several. ImDortant games, and hie. losa affected tho team seriously. He ! is very popular with the team 'and j student body, and his selection should ; provo a wiso one. , ? ??lie schedule ?or .the. 1S1G team has been about.completed.. Seven games, have- been arranged,- wlthCqhly V'r.one?! m?re, the opening engagement ot ifce' season io'be chosen. ; Tho program for next season is practically iaontl cal with'that played by the team the past'season. Following aro tnV dates arranged. October 14-Mercer university at Auburn. October 21-Clemson at . Anderson. Sbuto.Carolina. October $8-Mississippi.A. $ M., at Birmingham. November 4-Unlter-sity of Georgia at Athens, Qa. I November ll--University of Flori da, .at Auburn. r^bvember 18.-V vidonbilt at ! Bir mingham. ,-.'.....'.'.. ; ' -l^?ov^inb?r 30-Georgia "Tech at ? AtV .lanthr ' . 0>es Her Good Health ta Chamber "1 owo my good iiealtb tb Chamber fa?V: Tableta," writes Mrs. R. G. Nerf. Croohston, Ohio,,. "Tfyro\ rears ago ? waa an invalid due to stomach trouble.vi took three bottles of theso Tablets and have si nco been in tho tiS&iW.-"health." For sate by oil dont are. . . ? r MOUR ivi ALL ] IMO EX ALE QUAF be as larg Tato Stool l?ams t?ae FOR Pl|6 STREETS SPECIAL MEETING CITY COUNCIL WAS HELD YESTERDAY NOW HAVE 30 DAYS '. ? Property Owners.,-Must Decide Whether They Will Pay Cash or in 10 A special meet^ttjof jclty council was held iu the cojifuci? chamber at 9:30 o'clock' Saturday morning to en tertain ordinances with.regard to mak ing assessment;; on the abutting prop erty owners for paving Manning street. Whitner to Uiver, Earle street, McDufllo to Main, and Market street, McDume to Main. The ordinances wero unanimously adopted, and when 30 days from tots date' expires the mayor and city clerk were authorized to issue paving certificates for an amount equal to the deferred pay ments of the abutting property owners. Tho property owners on these streets to be paved had 30" Says from' yester day in which to ctect Whether they shall pay cash in full, for tu?ir as sessments or phy tho assessments in 10 equal installments. The' only other matter before the council wes a proposition from a tax payer for the. purchase* of 25,000 of tho Belgian blocks now being remov ed and which have beep, removed dur ing the -last few . wc eh s from nie drains,, tb be 'ro placed- by ? cement .drains. The members,of the council thought it best to carry -out ' ?their original resb tntionB, that, is, pave cer tain* strooto with tbe*>e blocks in stead ot selling any o' the blocks. --; ts* ? i f ire / When yotir property is uppermost in your mind: let-?s my insurance cs 2nd-OJ? and will th? promptly hml liberally. Our nclky-holdcrs new about such tirings. H Id REALTY T U S. HORTONr Frcs. W. D. Office Lig?n & I Ul N [USICAL C fe in un, and ar /vs backed Grea! Blee tliis? Comj GIVE DEMONSTRATION Chief Jackson Received Tele phone Message to That Effect Yesterday Afternoon. A long distance telephone mcssago was ' received by Cteief Jackson yes terday afternoon from Atlanta, Ga., which was to the effect that tho fir? engine expert would arrivo in Ander son Monday to give the demonstration which had been announced for this past week, .. , Tho American-LaFrqnce pump ar rived in the city several days ago and is. still on tho flat car in Hie BIpo Ridge freight yard. This machinera being shipped to another city and is being held herc merely tor demonstra tion. Two or three demonstrations will be given on the public square and others iu different parts of the city. : Why Sho Goes. "If you don't like her, why do you always accept her dinner invita tions?" . "I like to go and And fault with everything Bhe does."-Detroit Free, press. Why'Ton Should Uso Chamberlain's . "~ Cough Remedy. Because it bas an established repu tation won by its good works, '. Because it is moat esteemed by' those who have used . It for -many \ years, aa occasion required, and'are ; best acquainted with its good quail-j ties. Because it loosens and relieves al cold and aid? nature in - restoring tho ] system to a healthy condition. Because it . does not contain opium' or alfy other narcotic. ' . i .Because it is within the reach of all. It only costs--a quarter. For j salo by all dealers. - mi 5 on fir? two questions nie erectly written. ? Insurance Co. pay nie ^i^*'^'**^jfe*^^^^^'~'^<'*>^*^?: er have any imeasineo We ere gents for isuraoce Co: 41 ^ppAN, Sec a Gen. Mgr. .edbetter Bldg, 1 OMEDY CO. ?S nombcrs as some ousemenf IVs got all off the boards, k face Comedian ls tartly md 7 20e Personal Christmas Greeting Cards SPECIALLY ENGRAVED are distinctive and express one's individual taste > . . . . i We have every facility for executing orders promptly Send for our samples and prices J. P. STEVENS ENGRAVING CO. 47 WHITEHALL ST. ATLANTA, GA. United States Government Assay di Lead ingBranda of Plated Ware " Proportion" ot sliver ? fouiii? ?u eacn hatf-dozen ; Teaspoons. Gorham Silver-plate (Only" Grade Mfgd.) tt .4970 Os. Community Silver-pl?te (Best Grade) y, .3811. Oz. Reed & Barton - . . ...2629 Oz. Rogers' "1847'* . . ? ?3120 Oz. Holmes & Edwards (Best Grade) . .29G0 Oz. Wm. A. Rogers' (Reenforced Sectional plate** ? .2914 Oz. - Bogers & Bros. (..A-r*) .2718 0s. Gorham stiver plate bas the lustre bf silver and the longevity of silver at ? fraction of the cost; and while so much heavier and better than ..ny other brand of plate, Gorham costs yon no more. Exclusive Representatives in Andersen WINTER COLD CALLS FOR THE BEST OF COAL > Hov* That Kirid Onlv ??AIITY ?l?L?? The quality of the Co al X noll I? tho BEST. wUhere's None Better. Efeirbbay known that Wyctt's TOK? nrc fell TWO THOUSAND .pa^-K _L Wtoti we promise Qtxleh DclUerv-we ttttsn I? ? I/?lPI? ia?t thfiU W?e?' you are out If coal ned ]?L _ :L' L II ?Wyott, the fri Coal itfan'vis th? ?aaa who PR IC E * ft V AV bees any %:> coal >fft ?In^?m^WtWm: " startcfl.U? : ; , Phone 182.