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title: 'The Anderson daily intelligencer. (Anderson, S.C.) 1914-1915, April 27, 1915, Page PAGE SIX, Image 6',
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THE TODAYT "Thc Days of Reckoning"
3 Part Feature-A Sensation J Production Special Music by Our Orchestra
'CAREFUL SERVANTS"--! Reel Comedy
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Look? For Kiigltltr.
Sheriff Itoark of l'lt:l?-n:i was in Hie
rity ycHtcrtht) in f? uri 'i of a nei;ni
,who shot ?uni kill?'I iiiiolhcr mw'
Calhoun Inat Saturday night, ll ap
pears thal two neg roen ROI lulu a
row, with thc n ?un tliai onu shot Hi?'
other ?th u HIKII pun, nflrtlng ti
wound rrom which Hie latter died.
Thu Picken? sheriff got uo trace of
tho negro while here.
> titulier* Motoren
Tn I nnnms KesorL
Sunn: ten or twelve uiiloniobll? par
tien, it IK estimated, wcni from Auder*
non (.> WU I leniston Sunday aftcrnoou
for a Bhort stay. Tho road hotwoou
AntV-rson and Hutt famous resort I.
Haid to he In splendid conditon, with
tho exception of hoing n lltttn dusty.
This is ono of tile IUDS? popular drives
wi:li motorists that is lo he found
ls il 'dr Secretar)
' Mr. \V. Henry Frlorson. who look
(iwr tho management of Tho I'ara
inoual theatre upon tho retirement ot
Fri'1 M. liur:i"K some days ago, ha?
bern dented to Hie ?><.sl,|'?*i ?w??.
tory and treasurer of thc company,
Mr. Prlcrs?fl it thorougitiy m i..... >
t;d with the motion picture business,
and under hi? administration Th?
Paramount is; bountj tu continue io bc
Lcat CH Today
Tho Hov. 8. H. Whit" leaves Ander
son today for Chicago, whore he will
taite n special course in thc Moody
Hihlc Institute. Mr. White lifts hoon
in evangelistic work hut lately bas
le rn Hunplying for thc Cov. I.. Kt.
Smith at Oakwood ejiureii on account
of tho latter's lllncsa.
.Meeting In Interest
Of Cream Work Called.
AU partes living on rural route No.
1* of tho rural dclvory who ore Inter
ested in tho subject ot drentuery work
nr(- roques ted to meet at tho residence
rf Mr. Wtido A. Watson next Wednes
day afternoon ut r, o'clock.
Y SPARKLETS *
? Mention Caught Over the *
IrceU of Anderson ?
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I.('?-?i! lieut lat H
(/? to < II I II ni Iii;1.
!>r. W. \V. ( hit.olin left yesterday
??fl riMioii for foi II ni lila lo attend tho
meeting of the state Dent il Associa
Hon. Dr. Chfsoliii will conduct a
i Mule on conductive anesthesia. Tin
meeting of I ho association will con
vene this morning and last through
tin- 20th. Dr. W. J. Klnfc left yea
terday niorilllig for Columbia to at
loud Hie meeting. It in probable thai
li? will return Saturday. Dr. J.
Levin .-anders will leave Hil? morn
i"K for the assoclotlon city.
Oni) Lunn on-.
Th? recclpta of colton nt tln> local
platform for th? season up to ltiKt
Saturday night were 20.0X1. The re
:ciptH for tiie corresponding period of
thu previous Bcason were 21,'181. This
hows a difference in favor of hint
season of i.ut'O bales, which ls lesa
than it has been ut any time thia
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.1. P. Hammond, an IX year old nc
;ro. yesterday morning accidentally
shot his brother, Robert Hammond,
igod 20 years, while the two were at
work in a field on tho farm of Mr.
l?dgar Hall, ?even ailles west of tho
city, J. P. Hammond was toying with
a ?heap 82 calloro pistol, when Ibo
weapon fired, the hall going through
his hand md lodging In tuc stomach
of Robert, (toben Hammond WHS
brought to the elly by Dr. C. W.
Pepper and placed in the hospital for
ah operation. Th? bullet waa remov
ed and at lust accounts thc negro
waa resting woll.
j. J. Baldwin Winn
A Big Contract.
Mr. J. J. Baldwin, archlt|;t of
Anderson, lins won a contract for
plana and specification and supervis
ion or thc building of a $10,000 school
building i:i tho city ot Albany. Ca.
Mr. Baldwin won out over several
competitors. Albany is to have a
large new auditorium. Mr. Baldwin
built a school building for Albany
I some years ago. and his winning of
2 reel feature with
Wm. Clifford and
A roaring Comedy.
5c and 10c
Music by the
the contract for thc new ones goes
10 show Hitit hts work wa:; pleasing
to the people of Albany.
An interesting and helpful meeting
of the Ministerial Association of the
city waa held yesterday morning at
11 o'clock in Ilote. Chlrjuolo. A
number of of matters ni Interest lo
the several piiHtora of the city were
A targe number of people, some of
: Hiern from Anderson, attended tho
unveiling exercises Sunday afternoon
' of tho iv.?liniment erected by the Wood
men of tho World in Helton cemetery,
j at tho grave of Sovereign E. H. lil
lis, a late member of Myrtle Camp.
Thu usual ritualistic services were
none through with creditably The ad- j
dress or thc; oe asion wau made hy
the lion. lt. A. Cooper, of I JIU r ens,
solicitor of that circuit, and a candi
date for governor in the second pri
mary last Hummer with Governor
Manning. The address was a KCIII of
oratory and was listened to with clos
est attention throughout.
GOOI? SHOW AT THE PALMETTO
Williams Musical Comedy Co., The
Edtirnted l'on) ami High-Class
Manager Pinkaton promised some
thing good al The Palmetto this
week, and he has certainly kept his
word. Yesterday afternoon and last
night the William:- Musical Comedy
Company played "A Jersey Farm" to
a crowded house. That the audience
was well pleased with this farce
comedy as produced by the Williams
company was made manifest by the
frequent enthusiastic applause. Thc
acting of Al. Williams and Percy
Spellman, thc "llubc3." was especia'-,
ly good, although the entire company
ls fur above thc average "Tah" shows
.:'at have played here recently. Ono
distinct feature of this attraction is
that there ls not a dull or "off" mo
ment during thc entire show/ Each
member of the troupe IR possessed of
Ja good, voice and their .selections are
catchy, keeping thc audience laugh
ing throughout the performance. The
chorus ls especially good, their danc
ing ?nd singing making a decided
The Educated Pony, which, hy the
way. is an Anderson pony, will ho
offered as u apef.ial added attraction
at thc matinee today. This interest
ing little animal performs eighteen
difficult tens, and is sure to prove in
"Dad's Cirls." a comedy, the Edu
cated Pony and the usual run of good
pictures will constitute an interest
ing program for today.
: CANT FIND DANDRUFF j
Every blt of dandruff disappears af
ter one or two''applications of Dan
derine rubbed well into the scalp with
the finger tips. Get a 25-ccnt bottle
of Danderine at any drug store and
aave your hair. After a few applica
tions you can't fmd a particle of
dandruff or any falling hair, and the
scalp will never Itch. *
One ol The Paramount's Best Features. A play that r
months and months in New York and Chicago, Next to "Old
Homestead" there never has been a more popular play presented.
It appeals to millionaire and pauper alike.
Don't Miss It
Charles OHPdJm Jn
Thc Funniest Man In Pictures
A Very Strong Essanay Feature
This is One of the Strongest and Best Day's Program we have
ever had snice this Theatre opened.
The preacher was a young man and
nervous, but interesting. He was
making an eloquent plea for tho home
life, and was descanting eloquently
on lite evils of the club, telling his
congregation that married men in
particular should sp|;nd their even- ' Freight Wreck on Southern.
ingB at home with their wives and Gr.e3ENVlU.ii;, April 2G.- All
children. "Think, my hearers." said trains into Greenville during Sdnday
he. "of a poor, neglected wife, all were late owing to a freight wreck
alone in the great dreary house, rock- ! ?in tho Danville division above Grecns
Ing the cradle of her sleeping baby, boro. No. ?6 was turned back and
with one foot and wiping away the ran as No. V,;> and Go. 2'J arrived sorao
toars with thc other!" ' four hour:; lalo.
Al Williams' Musical Comedy Company
IO :: P EO P LE :: IO
CHANGE OF BILL DAILY
A. Rip-Roaring IV!usical Karee Comedy
Movies for Today
"THE JEWELLED DAGGER" "JEALOUSY" "CAUGHT IN THE A<TT"
RELIANCE THANHAVSER KEYSTONE
Extra Special For Matinee Today--"Educated Pony"
In Eighteen Different Difficult Stunts
M. TH?8J8 a? Anderson pony, rad well worth the price of admission. The Williams
KL?? A? Comedy Company is play ing a return engagement here now. If they had not
been far above the average "Tab" Show, we would not have brought them barfc