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"A NiQlrt and a Day^'
SIG REINFIELD'S MUSICAL COMEDY CO.
In which a rich German goes to New York and talk about experiences,
he has them. Schultz gets a kiss costing $25,000.
At least thc effort costs that much and "Dutchy" goes home
a sadder but wiser man.
Your Choice of any $25.00 Article you may select
from Marchbanks and Babb's window.
NO ARTICLE WORTH LESS THAN $25.00
Here's How It's Done:
TJ VERY person buying a ticket to the Palmetto
will be given a number. All will be taken up
at thc end of each perf manee and one drawn out.
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THE FLAW IN THE ALIBI.KALEM
2 reel Special Feature
A SENTIMENTAL BURGLAR ... VITAGRAPH
THE EMPTY SLEEVE. Drama . . SELIG
The best in motion pictures can be seen daily at
along with the number. You may get four chances
each day, as numbers go with each of the four performances, and on Saturday night ali of the numbers drawn wiii
child will be called from the audience to draw out the envelopes. The first drawn will get his or her choice of the
?fe, mgtj AN ANNUAL PAS S TO THE PALMETTO J5B* JBp
be placed in separate envelopes and. sealed up. A
articles cn display. The SECOND WILL CALL FOR
HLffiHK&SHH^HD - V^k^^* <^r New Stylt?
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WmSSmrn ?^h^flH0 HHHI BUj^*5^^ J^^^b?^""*^/^ can show you twenty
Bl ^Tmi^R^ j? New styles, attractive through their clever
K|lC//v^ , SHOE] ' design, will appeal to all good dressers.
jj^-y,^-FLORSHEIMS are made over "Natural
BtoK' . Shape" lasts-you'ii appreciate their
WT. ready-to-wear comfort
W^-TJ?: Geisberg Bros. Shoe Co.
^TulVwh'o UNDER MASONIC TEMPLE "SHOES THAT SATISFY"
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o Dijou ineaire o
o Week o
The Norene St' Clair Stock Co. that
lu holding thc hoards at the Bijou the
atre tills- week is* declared to bo tho
most meritorious and rsrsatllo-com
pany that has ' played Anderson in
many a day. AU the plays this wer'
havo been of the highest standard w
clcanlinors and morality and general
merit. I*st olght the coropany offjf
ed a tabloid version ot William Col
lier'? New York comedy success, "i'll
be "hanged If I do." A strange name
to an exceedingly funny comedy. Mr.
E E. Pollock In the character of John
Plpp waa very funny, and the support
given by every member of the com
pany was up to ono's expectations.
.Messrs. Hrh '.ow and MlCullouah
are receiving congratulations on se
curing the services of this talented
On Friday night tho Bijou will offer
for the first time in Anderson "The
Country Store," giving away at least
25 presenta1 ot all kinds.nnd descrip
tion, donated by the merchants of tho
city. On Saturday night a lady's solid
gold watch will be given to some one
In the audience holding the lucky
number. The numbers Riven out at
each performance, aro good for both
tito country store and the gold watch.
**I. was annoyed for over a year by
attacks of acute indigestion, followed
by constipation," writes Mrs. M. J.
Gallagher, Geneva, N. Y., "I tried
everything that was recommended to
me for this complaint but nothing did
me much good until about four
months ago I saw Chamberlain's Tab
lets advertised and procured a bot
tle of them from our druggist. I soon
realized that I had gotten the right
thing for they helped me at once.
Since taking two bottles of thom I can
eat heartily without any bad effects."
Sold by al] dealers.
I fcro Stomach Swwt - Lrvcr VJ tve -IkrwJj Refalar
LAST SURVIVOR DEAD
Womun Charged With Implication Int
Plot of Lincoln's A s^i ss In it Ion.
Washington. Sept. 9.-Mrs. Amanda |
Weeks, last survivor of those arrest
ed at the time of the assassination ot
President I .in min nn?j ehErgsc? with
having been implicated in the plot, is
dead at her home herc at the ago of
89. She wag at the home of Mrs: Sur
ratt at the. time of the murder and
was said to haVe remarked when, she
heard the news': "Lincoln should
have'been Shot long before." S She
waa released after ten days In prison.
' CrtBOLAX .
Users say it is the ideal, perfect
laxative drink. M. J. Perkins. Oreen
Say. Wis., says " 1 have used pills,
oils, salts, etc., but were all disagree
able and unsatisfactory. In Citrqlax
I have found the ideal laxative drink.*'
Fur sick headache, aour stomach. Issy
liver, congested bowels-lt is the per
fect laxative and gives a thorough
flush. Sensitive, delicate people, in
valids and children nnd it easy to
take and ^pleasant in action. Results
thoroughly satisfactory. Ense*
Tn PUCE PQ?RE ON
TRIAL FOR HIS LIFE
CHARGED WITH KILLING OF
IS TRIED TODAY
Court of General Sessions Had a
Busy Day Yesterday and Is
Now Down to Real Work
Early this morning the fall tenn of
the court of general sessions for An
derson county will complete the case
against Will Belcher, charged with
the murder of a negro named Roebuck,
and .thea the state will turn its at
tention to thc case of Claude Poore
charged with the murder of a man
named Kelly at Willlamston.
When court convened yesterday,
the first case that was called was that
of J. A. Brock, a young white man
of the Ebenezer section, charged witt
assault and battery with Intent to
kill and alto witVcarrying concealed
weapons. The caae took up the gr?ai
cr part,of the forenoon sud was con
cluded at tho noon hour. Tha Jury
returned a verdict ot gunlty of assault
and battery,of. a high and aggravated
nature ana guilty of carrying con
cealed weapons. The defendant has
not yet been sentenced.
Tlie Will. .Belcher case was taken
up about li o'clock and the defendant
placed on trial for his life. Tho case
lasted throughout Ute afternoon, and
when the arguments are heard this
morning it will go to the jury.
The following true bills were re
W. O. Callahan, drawing worthless
Corro?! O'Donnell, forgery.
W. O. Callahan, disposing of prop
erty ender Hen..
Ebb Williams, Jr.,. housebreaking
Will Garrison, murder.
Will Randall larceny of bicycle.
Joe Itlandon. assault and battery
with intent io kiii and carrying con
Eber Allen, assault and battery with
Intent to kill and carrying concealed
M. A. Wella* seduction.
Alfred Gantt, larceny of livestock.
Newell Williams, indecent exposure
of the person.
Robert Smith, alias Robert McIn
tosh, ?>j,ault hnd ^battery with at
tempt to kill and carrying concealed
J. Walker.McAllister, disposing o*
property under Hen.
. George Gordon, forgery.
R. L. Bryant, obtalng goods under
No bill was returnee in the case of
Belton Ximmons. charged with ab
Of the Season
..4- ' '.
A hat that will hold its
shape and color indefi
nitely, and a hat that is
correct for all occasions.
The Name "Stetson1
Parker & Bolt
The One-Price Clothiers
LOSSES ARB ENORMOUS.
Deserter? Free? ???>L? A r?a y
fr Report? That Loases Were Heavy.
PBTRO?RAD, Sept. g;--Refugees
and deserters from the armies of Aut>
?rla tn Galicia, according to Informa
tion obtained ?a official quarters us
day. have tcld the Russian military
authorities that liiwir tosses have been
enormous. A number of Austrian
regiments were decimated. The AUB*
J ians, a ceo ru lus ?o ????t,? reih K
ure fearful of an uprising in the nun
i TODAY'S PROGRAM BIJOU THEATRE
E X TR A : :" FREE TONIGHT AT '(:30, IN THE 1X)BBY OF THE THEATRE t?^y,\&WT^?L
IVIISS MARIE FISHER, Who Whistles to Beat the Band
The Norene St. Clair Stock Co.
WILL PRESENT THE BIGGEST, ?? jk ^f\T\\\jr f r*^""* 99
CLASSIEST SOCIETY DRAMA OF Jjk II IfxIV Lfcifjt
A new theme handled in a graceful manner. Clean, wholesome, moral. You won't bc
ashamed to laugh and enjoy yourself when you see this play.
THE MILLION DOLLAR MYSTERY AND OTHERS SELECTED.
THE COUNTRY STORE. 25 PRESENTS GIVEN AWAY.
A Lady's Solid Gold Watch given away. Chances with each ticket.
No Advance in prices. Matinee prices 10c to all night 10 , and IS.