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TONIGHT! TONIGHT! BIJOU THEATRE TONIGHT! TONIGHT!
25 PRESENTS GIVEN AWAY. THINK OF IT. 25 PRESENTS. NOT THE CHANCE OF WINNING JUST ONE PRESENT, BUT 25 ARE ACTUALLY GIVEIj
AWAY. TONIGHT AT THE BIJOU THEATRE. Also the Norene? St. Clair Dramatic Co., will present a Big, Impressive and Immensely Interesting Vaudeville pro
gram. . AH new and up-to-date. Clean, moral and wholesome. "CLEANLINESS IS OUR MOTTO."
Miss Marie Fisher in songs and whistling. Mr. E. E. POLLOCK in parodies, imitations and
impersonations. Mr. Jack Joell and Miss Agnes Reger in Singing, Dancing and a great come
dy sketch "ONE TOUCH OF NATURE." DON T MISS THIS IMMENSE PROGRAM.
Matinee prices: 10 cents. Night prices: 10 end 15 cents.
STOP. LOOK. LISTEN. For next week's big upheaval. LISTEN. STOP. LOOK.
Saturday night we will give away a solid gold Ladies' or Gentleman's
watch. Your choice of twelve beautiful watches. Now on display in
Walter H. Keese's jewelry window. Value of each watch-Twenty
five Dollars.. Every one has a chance to win. Lc, ok for our big pro
SIG REINFIELD'S MUSICAL COMEDY CO,, Presents
One of the funniest vaudeville sketches ever exhibited in Anderson in
addition to "The Chorus Girls' Dancing Contest."
EVERYBODY IS COMING TO SEE THIS. ARE YOU?
THE BEST VAUDEVILLE SHOW IN ANDERSON
< IN MOVIES
THE PERILS OF PAULINE . . . . . . . .Eclectic
Don't Miss this Installment
OFFICER KATE. .;.Vitagraph
HEARST-SELIG NEWS PICTORIAL v.Selig
IAll the world's current news told by movies.
Seo Che window display at March banka & Babb. Select the present you would like. You may
via it* Somebody will. Get e chance with every ticket
j| THE COOLEST PLACE IN ANDERSON jj
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8CENE FROM "UNDER ROYAL PATRONAGE." ? I W?>
TWO substitute? play important Tho story of "The Woman Who 3?P% I H >Ls
'.oles In "Under Boyal Patron- Dared" contera about a daring and uuc- ^Tj SBH
ago." A young prince docs not cesstul effort of an officer's wife to 1 ---
waut tu maka a mnniij? of conven!- free him from the charge of high trea- JANE WOLFE,
nice II? he ts already in love, and he son. The dim features a sen'attona!
gets an adventurous American to take race between an automobile and s Jane Wolfe ki one of the most pop
his place as royal suitor. The Amcri- passenger train and ba8 many glimpses ular of the many handsome women
cnn falls lu love with the princess and of circus life. who are dally appearing on the screen.
ts about to marry her when the real - Her talents have won for her a high
prince und his bride appear. Then lt Arthur Mackley has played the role' place to the affections of the public
la teamed that the princess baa also of s sheriff so often that he is known _
been ronninfic nnd has furnished an as "Sheriff" Mackley. That title seems Remember that famous old drama
American ul ri as her substitute. There to suit bim, and he responds ss readily "Kit, the Arkansaw Traveler?" The
Is a double marriage, and the Amer!- when thus addressed as he does when chances are that if you are of the male
caua are us happy as the couple of his name ls used. sex you saw it from the gallery of the
royal- birth ?? , ? local opera bouse Remember how yon
? ? ?? One of the moat novel comedies ever stamped your feet and biased at tbs
Gerda Holme* hm* been playing the witnessed ls "A Study In Feet" The unspeakable villainy of Bond, the gam
lends in the George Ade comedies re- whole story ts told by the action of bier, and how you applauded the he re
cently. She has proved herself to be the feet, and not until the last scene Um of Kit, especially when be tornad
a gifted comedienne as well as n eira- is one of tbe players revealed. One the tables on the scoundrels who at
matte atar. The humor which she in- can tell their every thought from the tempted to cheat young Temple at
jecta into her part In "The Fable of the expression and actions of their pedal cards? Weli. "Kit. tho Arkansaw Trav
. Honeymoon That Tried to Come Back" J extremities, and these are all to be eler" bas been produced tn motion pic
Is more tbau pleasing. | seen.- tores. j
tjggs^gagJl1"" ? 11 " ag-T^ Most sanitary piare in titi i
H APPA! TOT P. ?Csf \ MANUr^CTUlUKGBIGIM^ ??w handing with cement floor.
al/uSJ^ wmsyrxLR.Kv^JL gys ?* ^?:T0 afc
over's" or stale Jens: offered.
THE ANDERSON INTELLIGENCER V?.
_i j_i_- , . ,-", ... , i ,. i, salutes, Smithltes and Bull
JOB PRINTING DEPARTMENT ? Woosers-oue price te nil and
. ! nothing charged te Un people,
_ ?elose* friends or anybody.
Wir"EX,QZ,O??V?, I/OCAI/ AGENTS '?fflfr -"-~
WB; FOR-^HKS E?XCLU>srVE,I^mg.^tF^ Victor B. Cheshire,
- ? ^ ? i PROPRIETOR
-rmrrrTT-r. m.,. _ ; ' ? ?IJeeeased*" Candidate of Late
COLUMBIA SUPPLY COMPANY -J
823 WViet Garnie Street, Columbia, S. C. -?- .
The Only House in Columbia making a specialty of supplies wanted for F. M. Cary has returned to Ander
Engines, Boilers, Saw Mills. Oil Mills andi ali kinda of Machinery. Write us IOo from Seneca where he has* been
when you are in tho market. spending the month.
HE WILL MAKE
T. L. Cely Co., Offe
Sherlock Is Cap
If I am not captured this afternoon 1
I will appear upon the stage of thejt
Bijou theatre tonflgbt, giving every1,
one a chance to see mo and I will1
announce rrom the stuge Just-exactly ,J
how everyone will have a chance to ?
land the $?? prize. The money will1 ?
positively be paid for my capture. I '.
play no favorites aaa you can take/
it from me that no one will have an !
advantage over anyone. Thia propo- '
sition will he on the square from start
to finish. I'
Well, they have moved": Who? The (
Anderson Paint- & Color Co. Been <
busy as bees moving into their new ',
place. If they are not pleased with \
their new quarters, they ought to be j
as it is one rot tho best arranged store j
rooms in the city. You know they are
now in the Watson.Vandiver build
ing JuBt a few dcors below The Intel
ligencer office.. Take it from mo,
friend of mine, you will not lind an
other paint st oro like lt In a city of
thle size for a great many hundreds
ot ?miles. . They, arc not bragging,
however, but ju?t keeping up their
stork of paints, wall paper and glass
so the r i .'irons will always find what
they v ant.
The barber holding down the last
chair in the Chiquola hoteLysliop has
had his eye open for Sherlock but he
has failed so far to land the right man.
I will try to give him a run for the
money this afternoon,
I have had the plearure of calling
on Dr. Campbell, the optometrist
again. I um not going to tell him
when, but I make the statement Just
the same, and I can prove it. I have
wanted io talk to the Dr. about Key
West but his office ts no place for
idling end I have had to'content my
self with simply dropping in tor a
few..ir.imit.-8. I will say that I am glad
to pee Dr. Campbell bas won the con*
Aden cc or tho people of thia section,
as he deserve* the splendid reputation
that he enjoys; as an expert In his pro
fession. He. keeps abreast of tho rapid
advancement merle in his profesi?n
and gives to his- patienta the benefit ot
the knowledge gained only by men
who aro willing to give their life-up
to thia work.
Whenever I settle down 'and settle
up and move Into that home I am go
ing to isnid at College Heights, there
Is one thing that I orr. certainly going
to have That ia tba best stove made.
I will let Che madam pick out her
choice as to co:?.l. wood or gas kind
but lt must be a Jewel stove, bought
from the Anderson Hardware Co. You
know this ts> the stove that has had
the lead for over titty years. The next
best stove mads is the Florence Au
tomatic oil stove. U 1? wlckleas,
valveless and the Sams ls automati
cally controlled. Another thing that
we trfmpiy must have I? vhs "Wear
Ever" aluminum cooking utensils. It
takes 1" 'BS fust to cook food tn "Wear
Ever" utehsibr, "they do not crsck or
reale and Are. practically Indestructi
ble. Thi? ware ls lota? cheaper in the
long run than any other you can ouy.
"What's the name of this town,
son?" The ktdlet looked roe overland
"acorntfully replied, "Yon most be
some kind of & fool, ain't you?" and
walked oft before I could answer yes
-I mean na I wsa trying to hand
the little fellow the $25 but he. would
not take it
I ?rn perfectly willing to eon fews that
[he G. P. Tolly A Son furniture store
bas made a hit with ans. I-made an
other excuralen to this store and
looked it over from ona end to the
jther. Yon know they baye a dandy
irrangement down there.. You can
Sil them the kind of . furniture yon
want and they-will bass rit all ar
ranged in a Utile white in rooms that
?ill show you Just how lt will look
then you get lt home. They hara a
lumber of rooms fitted up for this
purpose and it help? one to determine
Mat what you do want. On*, thing I
A TALK FROM
OF THE BIJOU
;rs Extra Prize If I
tured In Their
ike about this store ls the large space
hey have which enables them to show
:heir stock. Most furniture stores' are
JO crowded that you can see only in
spots things that you want to buy. I
;uess "There's a Reason." Do you
Ah, be still my heart! I was com
pletely overcome with the sweet es
lence of tlntinamhulation. That is to
say, parcgoricallv elucidating. Any
way, she wanted me to come by a cer
tain otllce at 4 o'clock yesterday at
Lemocin. I got as far as the door, but
leferred my visit to a more propitious
time. Do you like that word propit
ious? Listens kind of good to me.
I never pluycd with Solomon's lit
tle dog, nor have I ever eaten crumbs
i rom the table of one T. Roosevelt and
ronsequently A am not the wibcst man
L?n earth, but you can take it for what'
it 1? worth when I r y the best drink
m earth, bar none, is bottled Coca-i
Sola (as it is done here)-I say a
mouth full. Tbl? plant tarns cut a'
irink that has all others "beaten to'a'
rrazzlc." Any drink that Mr. Earner
lets go out from his plant you can I
.omit oh it being tho real article and
worth thc price and then some. Ask
the gentleman himself if you can't
fake my word for lt.
Overheard my name mentioned ia3t
night in front of Ccly's and turning
around I looked the gentleman
squarely in the eyes, asked for a
natch and walked on. He was dress
ed in dark suit, derby hat and light
Lie. J. notice Ccly'a h a.s offered a nifty
prize to the person capturing me in
heir ptore. They have a dandy salt
:ase lu their show window . with a
:ard on lt saying, "This prise to the
jany capturing Sher'-ick Holmes, Jr.,
n thip.store. I think I will go in
here anti capture myself. This is thc
oat day tho duplicate scarf, pin will
>e displayed. You'd better get a line,
tn it. Another thing it will pay you
0 see the beautiful line of tail shirts,
md neckwear at Cely's. If you want
he last word in style then this is'j
vhere you should buy your fal) outfit,'
it waa standing on a prominent un-'
dence street ladt night and leaning
igainst a tree, consequently the cou-,
?le didn't see me as they passed, hut
distinctly heard this much of their
'conversation : The girl-"I wish I
wmld believe you'"; The man- '?j
wear I never told her I loved .?or.'
ind the balance was lost to me.
Here ls? a question sad an mswir.j
Vhy ls College Heights going to al-]
raye be the rarat desirable residen
te! property tr. bs had In Antler son'I
lecause, first of ali, this part *f the
1 ty ic the roost desirable detflo.i to
ive in . T?ieh again, tba eo'le&c *>??n
ts refiling Influence ls at yo vr dflor
!if:?V wi?i nc? cf u? aiijr u?a:?'i??>'<. ir-1
ag'plants aro.und.you. Oo...atong Mic
oulevard and- see tho class of 'homes'i
hat have been built out. there and y< a
dil then see that I sra not the only j
r-.A ett? *?lt-?*-- ><-l- mn mt - . -Ita
un wno iUiUAa was- -
bs. placo for a- home, where the >?ur- j
oundingn will always be good.
Do you know that love of light is
hs greatest heritage of . tho human
oui? Go out on the streets at n'ght
nd watch the millions of insects
warming around the big electric
Igns. The commercial world, ans
.oke up to the fact that the human
iraily bi not unlike tn this respect
> the ?mall insect. The love ot light
111 attract when nothing ?ilse will I
in always spot the liva inerchanr lr?
le smrurr of t'TRtir he JSS -Mid
ls place pf business
it has tren my plwu'i to meei
iversl of the officers and directora of
is Rank of Anderson. I can readilv
r tie ratend whv this banklaF ti stitn
OB stands so high in this commun
y. The record of this bank haa add
1 lustre to thc fair nama of this city,
'a splendid sueleas showj the proa
We are moving today into our
new quarters in the Watson-Van
Getting ready to tell you lots of
new things about North Anderson.
THE ANDERSON INTELLIGENCER
JOB PRINTING DEPARTMENT
_ MrVKUFACTURMG ENGRAM. _
Prices Quite as Reasonable a? Consistent with Quality.
perity ot this section. The sayings
department has helped a number of
people here to eave money by accept
ing small deposits. Open up an ac
count .ind see ~how fast your small
savings will grow.
Come down to the Bijou tonight and
I win tell you just how the $25 can be
picked up by somebody telling me
that I am the Han of Mystery. The
i oura today will be from S to S p. m
I will give yon the phrase agsln} '
and you must have the iast issue o? > O
?hs Intelligencer when you spring' it. r\
The rules of this contest must be fol- v
lowed out lt you want Sherlock Q
Lo acknowledge his ldsnt.Vy*-other- ?
?rise nothing doing. O
N.Thejmraae: _ "len ?re the Myster
ivBS Sn?Fivck r?v?nreo, ?r., Ot the au-, ~
lera?n Baily intelligencer." IQ
Be euro to read over the story to-1
morrow as I will tell yon a lot of O
hing? that will listen good.
8HERLOCK HOLMES. Jr.
O O O O O O O o o o o o o
"Trey 'O Hearts"
The Bijou Theatre
Users say lt bi the Wea?, perNwt
laxative drink. M. J. Firktos. Oreen
Bay, Wis., says " I have ased pills,
>Ils. salts, etc.. but were all dlsagree
ible and unsatisfactory. In Cltrolax
: have found the Ideal laxative drink."
^or sick headache, sour stomach, Issy
iver, congested bowels-lt ls the per
ect laxative and gives a thorough
lush. Sensitive, deUcato people, In
nalida aad children find it easy to
eke and pleasant in action. Resalta
horoughly satisfactory. Svens*
Read the story
In this paper,
o See it thc screen
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