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* TODAY'S PROGRAM "Aili? & Myers Musical Comedy Co. presen "BATHING BEACH BOYS AND GIF Special Scenery ami Electrical Effects introducing HIP foll?.?lng ion Allis & Jiyers tims?? two different Comedians. j.'risdall Hinters In new Ifurmony Song?.. Metx Hose the Southern Baritone. Mae Kennis, the little girl with thc his; tole*. Movies for Today. "THU III* OWLY", Pathe-Corned>. "THE OME WHO LOVED HIM BENT", Edison reel Urmna. * I ?LOVE VS. PRIDE Selig-Drama. OOOOOOOOOOOOO J o o o o o RECORDER'S COURT o o o ooooooooooooooooo Tho i'oll.)v. ?nj-, cunen were disposed ot yPHtorday in recorder's court : Kilns Thompson, colored petty lar ceny. 825. Tbree-fifttiH of amount ol rino suspended._ hilled In f ronded Store. ASHEVILLE, X. C. Dee. 22.-Wil liam Orant, u jeweler, WUH shot tind killed In n crowded store here early today hy E. M. Jarrett, a retired luist ne?M mau. Jarrett surrendered to the polic?. Tho cntirte of tho shooting lu not known. Janett refused .to make n : tatement. _ The result of 37 years of study and labor of a mastermind Th? Edison Diamond Disc Phonograph This wonderful instrument has no needles to change, using a diamond for the reproducing point giving the music a natural tone free from the dis agreeable scratching sound that you find in other machines. Although the fire destroyed the Edi son plant, we are able to furnish the machines and records promptly. We invite you to COME IN and UFAR THEM. G. UEP10 8 ORGAN GO. 115-117 N. Main St. , Anderson. S. C. After, January 1st, 1915, 314 Main St, . . . Sr^?&'J'f?t 'ft " ?'.*. ' > ' " let This Be a Sen sible Chrisanas GIVE SOMETHING PRACTICAL AND USEFUL Our Christmas Stocks Overflow with Splendid Gift Ideas It's ?ii?rely unnecessary to sit at horne antfpoiider upon what to give-the an swer is so apparent when you come here UM? you'll wonder why yon worried about it at all. Ladies' Children's and Men's Table Linens Pulow Case? Suit Cases Sox Bed Room Slippers Sheen Traveling Bega Stationary Neckwear Ribbons Hose Etc Etc. Osborne & Pearson li APPLES, ORANGES AND \ FRESH MEATS WILL BE | GIVEN CONVICTS . I ______ ROAD WORK! One Canap in Rock Milli nt Pres? ent and the Other Near Pendieton. Tho?e unfortunate HOUIS who will j be compelled to spend Christinas as ! prisoners on the county cbaingang will not. be so unfortunate as one might think, for they will get plenty of good things to eat, and that is something which numbera of people who are not on the cbaingang will enjoy on this occasion. County Supervisor J. Muck King ..tated yesterday that thc convict forces will be given two days of rest ('hristmus, Friday and Saturday. With Sunday following, they wfll have three days of rest from toll in succession. ' A bsrrel of apolcs. a box of dr nnges, fresh meat and other special diet will be furnished each of the two convict camps. Mr. King stated. One nf tho camp9 ir. now situated in Hoc If Mills township, while the other is near Pendleton. . There are upwards of 100 'nen on the two gangs. The convicts In Rock Mill have, been engasad in changing routes of several roads where they ascended or de scended exceptionally steep or bad hills. Thc force at Pendleton has peen engaged in working out a new rood leading from the town out lu the di rection of the old McGee place. It is customary with the county au- ? .thoritieri to'givc thc ?diningang forces j fin especially good dinner on Thank* giving day and at Christmas. Last j Thanksgiving the poisoners were ? given u feast of chicken aud rice,- a largo number of hens being bought, up j for the meat course. Fox Chase Picture of Co!. Roberts' Fox Hunt] Will Be Shown Here. Manager P. M. Burnett of the Para mouut theatre announced yesterday that the motion picture of the Col. James T. Roberts-fox hunt will be shown at the Paramount on Saturday aud tho following Monday. Everyone in Anderson kuows about tho picture, which was filmed here several weeks ago hy an Atlanta producing ageqey. Tho picture is said to be u most excellent one, chowing tho fox chase in true form. AH generally know, the chase was "staged" at Sunset Forest. Mr. J. J.. Fretwell's beautiful coun try home. A number of local people and several professionals ot Atlanta figure In tho scones. There arc sev eral good viewn ot the fox. with the hounds close in pursuit, dashing horses and beautiful women and handsome men. A novel scheme has been worked out for advertising the event. The chief actor in the picture, Col. j Roberts, the Tox and the hounds are to parade through thc slreet<? of the city prior to tho showing of the plc turo'. Owing to the ?act that lt ls a "made at home picture." it ls believed that there will be a large outpouring 1 of interested people to witness the showing of Uie film. --==z-L PUT CREAM IN NOSE AND STOP CATARRH Tells How To Open Clogged Nos trils and Ead Head-Colds. . You feel flue in a 1 few moments. Your cold in head or catarrh will be gone. Your clogged - nostrils will open. The air passages of your head will clear and you can breathe .free ly. No more dullness, headache; ? no liawking. snuffing, muscous diocharses or dryness; no struggling for breath at night. Tel' your druggist you want a small bottle ot Ely's Cream Balm. Apply a liUle of this frsgrant. antiseptic cream in your nostrils, let it pene trate through every sir passage of the head; soothe and heal, the awol-' lep, inflamed mucous membrane, und relief comes instantly. It Is Just what every cold and1 catarrh sufferer needs. Don't- stay stuffed-up snd miserable. EGIOES OF Till RAGES AT Fi INQUESTS HELD OVER THE THREE NEGROES WHO j WERE KLLED - ATTEMPTED TO GET OSCR BAIRD Fair Play Citizens Gathered ali Westminister to Take Negro From Officer. Confirmation of tile report thai three Degrees wert- kill<-<l in thc rac riot which brok?- out at l'air Play last Sunday afternoon and detail? of an attempt on th?? part ol citizens of thr.. community to take from a Georgia sheriff thu negro Oscar Hird, who stabbed Jul ins Mured ?it Fair Play several days ago. reached Anderson yesterday. Three Were hilled. lt is an established fact that three negroes were kllP-d Hi tho rioting last IMPROVEMEH?S BEINB7 MADE Ai GIT. HALL GUARDHOUSE ACCOMMODA TIONS ARE TO BE ENLARG , ED VERY SOON OTHER CHANGES Offices for Policemen Are Rear ranged at the Pres ent, Improvements of an extensive na ture are under way in the police quar ters at the city hall, and in the neal' future wo-k of enlarging the guard house accommodations will begin. The improvements and. alterations will greatly improve the facilities of thc police quarters and guard house, ano will bring changes which have long been needed and desired. Thu room? which aro used by the police are undergoing considerable al tering. The front room where the Officers' locker.-, were, situated and ; which was used by the men off duty j hat- had a hew floor, put down, and I workmen are now constructing a high ! desk Hcross tho room, much lu? tnat I which divides the room in which the. I city clerk and treasurer has'bis qunr ! tern. This desk will separate tho j room into halves. The general publi' will be admitted to the outer portion, or lobby, of the room when they have business ttl transact with the police department. The portion of the room behind th? counter ut desk will be private. The office to'th.j rear pf.thia room will be the- chief's private office, and will, of course, be private. The guardhouse accom_jodnl!i>n.--. arr. to be enlarged by utilizing the brick stables which were ballt in connec tion with the city hall. These are to bo thoroughly cleansed and a ron cretc floor put down. Steel cakes will be purchased and installed in th< room, and this will be used as quar ters for white prisoners. Th?? old guard bouse will then bc devoted ex clusively to thc accommodation ol ue gro prisoners. j ; . New Editor Of the Southern Christian Advo cate Arrives in Ander son. The Rev. William C. Kirkland, who was elected by the last conference edi tor of. the Southern Christies Advo cate, the official organ of the South Carolina Conference Of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, arrived in the city yesterday and spent the greater part of the day getting acquainted with the people of the city.' The members of Mr. Kirkland's family were ex pected last night, sud for the present they will be located at.Mrs. Adams' on South Main street. Mr. Kirkland expressed himself as delighted with Anderson. He Ja s na tive of Bamberg county. * His latest charge in .the conference waa at Mul lins, and he comes from that town to. Anderson. He has been a minister ot the conference for the past 18 years? The first Issue of the Advocate from Anderson will appear about January 7. The paper will be published by The Anderson Dally Intelligencer. Lynched For Bitting Off Chin of Manager RULEVILLE, Miss.. Dec. 22.-Bo-* causo he bit off the chin of Thomas King, aged 10. manager of the Boyn ton plantation near here, Charlea Wil liams, a negro, was lynched, ny a mob sevei al hours later, according to news brought bare today. The attack oc curred yesterday, it is said, after King had been Involved la s difficult* with ja negro named Jones, j Sunday. One of the negrot <. Green 01b80D, wa? killed at Fair Play. Another, supposed to be Gibson's son. was killed at Knox's Bridge, on the South Carolina side while the thirl one, also reported '.o he Cibson's son. w?a killed at Knox ; Bridge on the ?. . oe I glu side. Inquest Held. Thc Georgia authorities held on in - j'iest Monday over the dead body of the negro who wa? killed on thc Ceocr gia sid'-, but result of the Inquisition i i uld riot be learned. Sheriff Davis, of Oconec county, who left Walhalla Monday night upon learning- of the trouble nt Fair Pla)*, had not returned to Walhalla ul 7.:'.0 o'clock last uight. lt was thought that In- attended the inquests at Fuir Piny and Knox's Bridge. Would Take Negro. lt was stated yesterday on good authority that a number ?if I air Play citizens went to Westminister last Friday night for the purpose of tak ln? Oscar Bird from a South Carolina officer who lind gone to Toccoa after ?this .negro, who is charged with hav ing seriously stabbed young Julius Manet several days ago. The Georgia cheri ff refused to turn hird over to the South Carolina officer. ANNOUNCEMENTS FROM" . LOCAL POSTOFFICE SERVICE TO BE DOUBLED IN SOME RESPECTS FOR HOLIDAYS OPEN CHRISTMAS Postoffice Will Remain Open Fri day-Two Deliveries of Mail That Day. . Postmaster John R. Cochran, who. I by the way, is about to serve through i his seventeenth Christmas in this ca I pacity, yesterday made several impor I tant announcements apropos of the usual hp?day rush with the mail ser vice. lt would be well for the federal public to take heed ot these announce ments as it might be the' means or saving them trouble, and will molt certainly save the overworked postal employees a considerable, amount of worry and work. First, the postmaster requests JMI trons to answer" promptly the whistle calls nf the carriers. The carriers ^aro overloaded with mail, and espec ially parc-M post matter, ut tills time pr the year and they have to keep con stantly moving In order to make their rounds. By patrons answering prompt ly the whistles or the carriers they will save the carriers much loss of time. Double Team .Service. Mr. Cochran announced, also that Capt, John R. Anderson, superintend ent of the Blue.Ridge railroad, had ugrecd to put on a double tenn? be tween the postofheo and the depot. pe gin tiing with todav. This is done to facilitate tho handling of mail matter that is dispatched from this Office ai well as tl?at cornil?: Into the olllee. Double teams will also be put on the city delivery toutes. H was an nounced, as thc mall ls the heaviest ever. This should greatly facilitate the delivery of mail to patrons ln"*the city. 1 hristmas Honrs. Postmaster Cochran, announced also that in accordance with the 'taunt cus tom, thc postofflce will remain open on Christmas- day, and tim city, car lie?.H will ?nake two'co?upl?te deliver ies of mall. ooonooooooooooooooo a e e IIOXEP PATH o o < e ooooooooooo.ooooooo?. School closed last Friday the 18th, for the Christmas holidays, which ex tend to the fourth of January. Friday being the last school day be fore Christmas, a short chapel exer cise Was rendered. After several ap proplrate verses of scripture were read and .a short talk was made .try the superintendent, the second and fifth grades sang Christmas ' songs, which were very much' enjoyed by all those present. Immedlatcll,- before thc exerciser were concluded one of the high > chool hoya presented to the superintendent three gifts .consisting m a la railer for, each of the lady teachers and a stick pin for the prin clpvl. Those were given hy the pupils of th* hi.:h school. The plrils of the high school held their ' usual meeting of' the literary society on laat Friday afternoon, Dec 18th. The program was aa follows: Debate-Resolves: That Poverty Causea More Crimes than Riches. . I Affirmative-Mary Sullivan and Frank McKenzie. Negative- Kugeue Wright, Eunice' Carter and Ansel Pinson. Song by the society. Kssav- Lucy Beard. . Current Events- Malcolm Erwin. Biography- Marguerite Brock. Reading- Gordon Gaines The secretary of the society read the program for the public meeting, which will he given some time tn January. Severer members of the society are to render this program. S??A^ Hl^S??nu?o flu?as Practical Gifts of Furniture Tito thoughtful, practical person who always tries to make a gift that will be of practhal UH? to the recipient cannot deride on anything more suitable than Furniture. Bed Boom Furniture. Ladies* Dressing Tables in nil lllning Room Furniture. Woods, l'arlor Furniture. Music Cabinets. Kitchen Furniture. Kruss Beds..Single and Double for Hull Furniture. Children and Dolls. And 10(1 dine rent sirles of Rock- Children's Wagons, lng Chairs from the little Child*? Children's Velocipedes. Becker to the l?g Turkish Children's Automobiles. Lent her Rocker. ' Children'? Hand Carls. Framed Mirrors. Children's Pu!! Caris Pictures. ( hi ld IT n's Doll Carri India Stools. Dab) Baskets. Asbesto* Table Corers. O'Ccdar Mops. (?lobe WernIcke Rook Cases. Wl/nrd Triangle Mops. Bissel Carpet Sweepers. Telephone Slunds. Ostermoor Mattresses. I.dilles' ( utting Tables. Cedar Moth Proof ( best. lidding Curd Tables. Urn** Smoker Sets. Kenllenien'* Shaving Stands. Brass Fern Dishes willi Ferns. (.'entlemen's Chlfforobos. Pedestals, (Ink Mahogany and Mis- l'arlor Cabinet?, sion. Medicine Cabinets. Tabourettc*. Art Squares. Ladies "Vsk in Uuk, Mahogany, Hugs all kinds and sixes. Birdeye .Maple and Misiiion. Tea Trays, rush Hutton Morris ( hair-. Tea Wagons. Come aud make your selections now. We will see ll al they ure delivered ni (be proper time. G. F. TOLLY & SON ANDERSON, S. C, Are You Ready for Xmas Visitor^, Are your walls and floors clean and bright, or do they need some of our paints and, wallpapers to make them a source of pride? Why not let us brighten up your home tomoi row? Call phone 48 or see us at 113 W. Earl St. 3' Guest Paint Go. "Guest Sells the Best." "We Know How' Opp. Y. M. C. A. . i i -n njjg ,i ?j 11 I,I \ j ,, msm wm .... I.. ^-JLLJ I.'JL VA Wt If you've got aili your ready, you ought to be happy. If you haven't you can be happy anyway, knowing that this good store can fill all your hurry waiits in quite a satisfying manner? You'll find lots and lots of ? I Here that are acceptable in every sense of the wold, and certai] for the quality, inexpei Come in tod?y and tomorrow? us your troubles. We'll take care of them-SPLENDIDLY, MOORE-WILSON COMPANY Not many chances left for the Doll.