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A PENNY A THROW
COMMENCING MONDAY, MARCH 15th, WE WILL PUT ON A ONE REEL COMEDY EVERY DAY FROM
1:30 to 3 P. M. FOR A PENNY ADMISSION-lc TO ALL. ONLY ONE OTHER PICTURE HOUSE IN THE
WORLD FOR A PENNY A THROW AND IT IS IN ST. LOUIS.
And Commencing Friday, March 12th, the Admission at The Palmetto
Will Be 5c and 10c to all-Both Afternoon and Evening.
This is thc only play house in the South putting oh really high class attractions at such ridiculously low prices.
And listen, our constant aim is improvement. Since last August, when we decided to put on Vaudeville, we be
lieve that The Palmetto has been steadily climbing, both in the estimation of the public and in the class of attrac
PINKSTON AND THE PALM ET TO
* ELECTRIC CH
* Items of Interest and Persoi
?> Wireless on the i
No Seating DurlR?
Head Usher Ernest Johnson of
"Tho Anderson" theatre stated yes
terday that no one will be seated
after the curtain goes up tonight on
"Lady Lux?ry." the attraction at the
theatre, until aftof the first act is
over. The curtain hour ls 8:30
o'clock, and all ? atendlng the per
formance are requested to be in their
seats when the curtain rl?es.
The Guest Painting Company ia.
engaged in painting the interior and
exterior of the Lily White Market, on
W??t Whltner street'. This popular
market will prese&t quite an improv
ed appearance when th - painting is
Large Ad From
17. 8. Woolen Mills.
In this issue of The intelligencer
appears a half pggo ad from the
United States Woolen Mills, announc
ing tho showing of their spring line
Of woolens. Mr. Driskell, the effi
cient manager of the local store ot
this large corporation, stated yester
day that this firm had tho prettiest
'assortment of spring patterns this
year he hf** over seen In one line of
woolens. TuiB concern is one of the
largest tailoring ' establishments tn
the country, operating upwards of 90
stores. Their selling prie* per suit
is '$15 tho country? over.
For CAW C Tracks.
Three Great N
Monte 'Cristo, Torn .Watson and
^amway's ?iant, 30 to 40 Iba.;
TTfeer's Hoo?o, none batter ....
?jet seed at
PANT'S BOOK STORE
! M.. '_I_
Free Flower deed.
Tel.* You About lt
Ii you aro engaged in forming,' ot
if you plant only vegetables cr flow
ora, you cannot agora io be without
the big catalogue published fresh and
new avery year by tho great South
era eeed boose, H. G. Hastings 41
Company, ot Atlanta, Ga., abd sent aK
. aolutely free, postage paid,' to alt w
"write Cor it, mentioning the name
In thia catalogue we tell you of
splendid o?fer ot'free flower aced
all our customers. Ava magnifie
varieties that mean beauty about
home? abd a pleasure to wives
daughters that nothing ?toe can gi
Thia catalogue' talla >??. too, abt
our big cash prise offer to the Co..
Club boya of your state. Ic ?eil* al
abbot ou? fine yielding varieties o
cots and cotton-toe kind we . grow. ?
our own 8,200 acre farra. U tell
' stoat the best soOds of all kinda fo
planting in the South. It should tw
ia every Southern borne, ' Write tr
dav ?nd lot us B*od it to you- M.
T SPARKLETS *
iii Mention Caught Over tba *
?ireeU of Anderson *
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A considerable quantity of con
struction material, such as spikes,
angle bars, etc., which will be used
In the building of thc new lines of
C. & W. C. railroad to the terminal
site on1 South Main street, arrived in
the city this week and were unloaded
Tuesday. The work of laying rail.-; on
the new terminal tracks will*begin in
the new future. Already ties for the
new tracks have been placed for a
part ot the distance between the
main lind of the'C. & W. C. and
the new terminal site.
Shows Here Soon.
Noxbn's Hippodrome Shows will
be here for a week's engagement be
ginning April 5. A letter received
yesterday by The Intelligencer from
the management of tho shows, now
playing at Seneca, stated that the S.
G. Moore cir.-us grounds on East
River Btreet had been leased for this
purpose. The show was here some
three years ago.
Bates For Southern
- Baptist Con vent len.
Announcement was made yester
day from the offices of the Blue
IY.dge Rwy. that the round trip fare
from Anderson to Houston, Texas, on
account of the Southern Baptist con
vent Io nwould be $33.70. The con
vention will be in session from May
ll to . 16. Tickets wiB be on Bale
from G to ll. and will be good re
turning midnight, May 31. It is prob
able that a number of people from
this section will attend the conven
?w station Soon.
To Be Turned Over.
Local officials of the. jJlue F.4dge
Railroad yesterday wired for Slr.
Lacy Moore, engineer for the South
ern Railway, with headquarters at
Charlotte, to come lo Anderson and
accept the new passenger station on
North Main street, which ls Complet
ed nnd ready (o turn over. There are
a few finishing touches yet to be put
on thc station, but these will not
stand in the way of its being turned
over by the contractors. It is pre
sumed that Mr. Mooro will arrive
here in the next few days, and lr
thc station is accepted, it Is hoped
to have it in us0 by nert Monday.
A te'egram received in the city
yesterday from Clerk of Court James
j N. Permian, who left Tuesday for
Rochester. Minn., where he will un
dergo treatment at Mayo Bros. hos
pital for appendicitis, stated that he
had reached Chicago, and stood the
trip well. This will be good news
to his many friends, some of whom
, probably were somewhat apprehen
sive regarding the long trip he was
1 Negro of Distinguished
Sam* ls la Ja?.
? A negfo who bears the name ot
? two renowned figures ot history.
> "Napolean" and ".Drake," was lodged
* yesterday in the county jail, having
been brought he"v from Iva by Dep
j uty Jim Williams. The negro ls said
j to have gone into the barn of Mrs.
Lou Milford, seora's miles below
Anderson, on last Sunday and to have
[ attempted to steal a cow. He was
* surprised before he had accnmplish
ed his purpose and fled. The negro
t wa? arrested hy Calhoun Falls offt
> cen? and held until tfUe Anderson
1 deputy called Mr him.
f , -=o
? J. Belten Wai M on
i fw ittprotlng.
t Friends of tfoh. .1. Relton Wesson,
R j who was brought home from a Co
I lumbla infirmary last Saturday,
orne north of Anderson. Mr. Wat
on is able to sit ?I?, and within
lie next few days he hopes to-b<-. 'up
Thc meeting of tho amusement
:ommlttee of thc chamber of com
tierce which was to have been held
resterday afternoon was called off on
account of several of the committee
nen having had a previous engage
nent to attend a, meeting of the Elks
lome Holding Company, which waa
let for the same hour. The meeting
>f the amusement .committee will
>e held this afternoon at 5:30 o'clock,
it the chamber of commerce.
?.- - o ?
Would Pot Sprinklers
In New Theatre Here.
Representing the "Automatic"
Sprinkler company of America,
3eorge E. But nor, contracting agent,
)f Charlotte, was in the city yester
lay for the purpose ot conferring
with officials of '.he Anderson De
velopment company with reference
:o placing a sprinkler system in, the
new opera house.
Bar Banquet On
Members of thc Anderson har will
tender a banquet to Judge.Prank I).
Sary, of Abbeville, who is presiding
3ver court of common pleas hero this
week. Twenty-five members of the
bar and their wi tia? or sweethearts
will attend the banquet., which will
be. served by the College association
it the home of Mrs. J. O. WllhUe.
At a recent meeting of the bar it was
decided to givc some sort of an en
tertainment for Judge Gary at the
present term of court, and a com
mittee consisting of Messrs C. B.
Greene. C. E. Cooley and L. L. Rice
was appointed to arrange for the
banquet. Mr. Greene, who is presi
dent of thc bar association, will act
ss toastmaster at the banquet Satur
Atkinson to ; Open
Ice Cr?ant Parlor.
Dr. W. E. Atkinson will open up
an Icc cream parlor in the bid Elec
tric Theatre building,- on North
Main street, of which he recently be
came sole owner by buying the one
half interest of Mrs. H. C. Town
send. Mr. Atkinson expects his foun
tain to arrive ?n about 'wo mont br.
o ? ?
If tnt to Newberry. x
County Superintendent ot Educa
tion J. B. Felton went to Newberry
yesterday for the purpose of attend
ing e. meeting there of several ot
the county superintendents of edu
cation of the State.
? 'O ? -'?
Manager H. B. Johnson of the
local office of f.e Southern Express
company ' stated yesterday that he
will deliver no more packages of
Whiskey . hera containing more than
one gallon of tho fluid. The Stages
new . "gallop, a month" law becomes
A COLD OR CATAftaH
Apply Cream fe N ?trlls To
Open Up Air Passages.
Ah* What relief! Your clogged
nostrils open, right up, the air pas
sages of your bead are clear and you
ccu breathe freely. No more hawk
ing, snuffling, mucous discharge,
headache, dryness-no struggling for
breath at night, your cold or catarrh
Don't stay stued up! Get a small
bottle ot Ely's Cream Balm from your
druggist now. Apply a lit?s of this
fragrant, antiseptic crcsrn In your nos
trils, let U penetrate through ever*
afffr pasoage ot the head; soothe and
heal the swollen,' inflamed mrcous
m em bane, giving yoa instant relief.
Ety'a Cream Balm ia Just what every
cold And catarrh sufferer hiA been
'seeking, t's Just epienddi.
HlttS. UT. A. liriiCfiNS. Editor
Mission ( lass.
Th2 M'.cs'.on Study Class of St.
J oat's Methodist church will moet
thin afternoon nt four o'clock with
Hrs. T. C. Ligon on Rose Hili.
Rue West Alumnae.
"Tho Due West Alumnae will meet
this afternoon at four o'clock with
Mrts. John K. Hood on Marshall
Mrs. Verner Haltiwanger han re
turned to her home at Greenwood af
ter a visit to Mrs. D. A. Ledbetter.
Married, on ./Wednesday. March
10th. 1MB, aVln^r?sId?hee or Mr.
and Mrs. J. J. 'Norris, Greenville,
Misa Hazel Forest Hill and Mr. Wil
lett Pr?vost ^Sloan.
Mrs. J. R. Anderson, ot Andeison,
spent a short while in Walhalla last
week among .her many friends. She
was a guest at the home ot Mr. and
Mrs. W. D. Moss.-Keowee Courier.
Delightful Musicale Ten.
A delightful musicale and a charm
ing social success was the tea given
yesterday afternon hy the ladies of St.
John's Methodist church, at the hand
some home of Mrs. S. D. Brownlee on
S. McDufhe street, ' The wUole house
was bright with an abunda.icc of cut
dowers and their fragrance Ailed the
rooms. Mrs. S. D. Brownlee, Mrs.
John Anderson and Mrs. R. E. Bur
risss received at the front door. In
the living room MrB. A. M. Sharpe
looked after the guests, . with Mrs.
Clarence Brock in charge of the din
ing room. In here the decor^'ions of
yellow jonquils were especially at
tractive, and here tee, and sandwiches
wejee charmingly served by Mrs. C. P.
Rossi Mrs. C. B. Allen, Mrs. -a. S.
Farmer and Mrs. W. R, Wones. About
300 ladies called during thc afternoon.
Those who assisted- in the beautiful
musical -program given were. Mrs. C.
F. Green, Mrs. Charles Sullivan, Mrs.
O. L. Martin, M-s. John F. Vines, Mrs.
T. L.. Cely. Mrs. A. M. Sharpe. Mrs.
Fitzgerald, Mrs. ? Chas. Spearman,
Mrs. Frlerson, Mrs. McDonald, Misses
Annie Chapman. Rhode Vandiver,
Zoe Broylea, Ella May Cummings,
and Bessie Daniels.
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I Personal j
td MC .????.???44 ??H M sell >
W F. Hanks ot Iva waa among the
visitors in the city yesterday.
Will Adams bf Iva was tn the city
yesterday for a short while.
W C. Cann of iva was a visitor in
the city yesterday.
Mrs. km. Reed Of Iva waj among
the shoppers tn the city yesterday.
T. C. Rankin of Seeley spent yes
terday in the city.
F. W. and Mrs. Bannister of Starr
were among the visitors in the city
C. B. McCown of Mountain Creek
was a visitor in the city yesterday.
Mrs. E. J. McCown of Mountain
Creek waa among the shoppers in the
O. C. Merritt cf th? Roberta sec
tion was In the city yesterday.
John Garr? n ?of Dnvcr was n vis
itor In the my yesterday.
> John Manley ot Williaiuston was a
visitor in the city yesterday.
E. H. Welborn ot Williamston
>ent yesterday In thc city on busl
Jesse Clinkscales of Starr was a !
Isitor in the city yesterday.
Ben Smith of thc country ?pent
estcrday in the city.
Furman Martin of Hopewell was a
tsltor in the city yesterday.
Floyd Bolt of tho country spent
estcrday in the city.
Joe Freeman of the Roberts sec
lon spent yesterday in thc city.
J. W. Brown of Starr was a visi
er in the city yesterday.
Mack Rogers of Williamston was
n the city yesterday.
,J. Tx Duckworth of Williamston
vas a visitor in the city yesterday.
W. M. Raincy of Starr spent yes
erday in the city on business.
D. B. McPhail of Hopewell spent I
'estcrday in the city.
William Vandiver of tito llopowell
icctlou spent yesterday in the city.
Mrs. Nelle Moore ot Due West was
i shopper in the city yesterday.
Dr. Forest Suggs was called to
3rcmen, Ga., yesterday on account
>f thc illness ot his brother.
Stephen Nettles of tho Greenville
3ar was in the city yesterday.
James H. Skelton of Hartwell, Gu.,
?pent yesterday In the city.
S. J. Hester of Hester was a visitor
n the city'yesterday.
William Bultman of Sumter was in
hn city yesterday.
H. D. Bell of Sumter was a visitor
n tho city yesterday.'
E. H. Johnson of Charleston was
i business visitor in tho city yester
.E. P. Murray of Greenville was
muong the. business visited in the
John C. Keys hoe returned, from a
two weeks' trip to Darlington.
Mrs. A. J. spear and two children
of Lowndes ville are visiting in the
Mlsg Leda * Poora of Belton waa
among tbo shoppers in the city yes
Mrs. I. E. Wallace of Seneca is
visiting at the home of her brother.
Dr. J. B. Watson.
Mrs. Kennedy of Due West is vis
iting her daughter, Mrs. John K.
Dr. James* Headache Powders re*
i lieve ot once 10 cents m.
You take a Dr. James' Headache
Powder and in just a few moments
/our head clears and al n<- aralga and
pain fades away. It's tho quickest
and surest relief for he/^ache. wheth
er dull, throbbing,, splitting or nerve
racking. Send someone to the drug
store and get a dime package now.
Quit suffering-lt's. so needless. Be
sure you get Dr.- Jamas' Headache
Powder*-then there will be no disap
Our advertisements ring true because they are holiest statements
f actual conditions.
Merchandise as well as men, have character, distinctive character
jmpels attention and is pleasing.
May we show you our Diamonds, trjc largest stock in the city ?
WALTER H. REESE & CO.
Your Jeweler?. '
VALUE GIVING EVENT-YE?&,
THURSDAY, MARCH 18
On the above date the leading merchants
of Anderson will offer exceptional values for
Bookkeeping and Penmanship
Stenography and Typewriting
PERRY BUSINESS COLLEGE
Greenville, S- C.
FOR SALE CHEAP
(care Anderson Intelligencer)
ANDERSON, S. C.