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Lester Hardy, who lived
principality of Bergstern, se
son, Adolph to live with his
Modzel, at Dawsbergen, wh<
was to learn the art of avi
Modzel also had a son Sig
who attended the aviation si
and the two young men bi
fast friends. Adolph, after
months, became a proficient
tor, ana wrote to nis parents
nrogres.s He also^ confess
had fallen in love with Heler
host's daughter. But peac
harmopy was destined to b
lint li's not true.,
front of onr ?tere
(tay In un sp.te-d
I? po lng on ns ?si
Sui thr least al
Tor!d to coa?
\\\> fcave shoes
Men, Women and
f lirta here' Jost to
Th? very Ufa of your
house depends onthe paint
you put on st. Town ???
Country Paint Usia long
Anderson Paint &
Bleekley Blag. Phone 647
Sunday, May lo
Seed flowers io
Mother, or wear
the? la feodor
of lief Hxatory.
if mues away
send mother a
ANDERSON FLORAL GO.
B \ 583 Marshall Avenw*.
9 ttenbef & ef f?orhtt Telegraph
THE M WKQ REFUSED
si mm m SFFK
Starlin*, probably th', highest
Jepuedisn in tb? world having
??$*,ooo for a two "sw*' con
???ne Keystone film . . Com
ed by the Eclectic Nati
rupted. War was de
tween the two princip;
Adolph wa oredered to
Bergstern. Sad indee
parting of the lovers, w
that th? cruel war woul
arate them for long,
smiled wickedly to herse
fastened ?1er locket to
watchchain as a token 0
When Adolph arrived
immediately enlisted wit
lion corps and was orde
stroy the enemy's ballot
sible. Sailing through
The wnffold In
menos we ?re pat
il Inside. ,
of danger to the
r story oocaHlen
Children will And
suit their wants.
. ? . 'FUEA THE
IX THE SHADOW OF THE MOSQUE
Belair. ? 2 reel drama of the far cast
that Is fall ot wonder any inier es I af
that strange and fascinating country.
The famous . horse Arabia worth
$10.$?0 is ?s?& m this absorbing fea
VHS* UNIVERSAL IKE SET
Universal Ike. A screaming comedy,
'.fra. Ike makes her lssay husband
set on ber eggs and he smashes ail
records In hatching them out.
FOURTH HEEL TO BE SELECTED
Coming Tuesday "LUCILLE LOVE
THE GIRL OF^hrSTEBV . Thia Is
the second Installment and lt is a
thriller.^ See the aeroplane land 00
the ship in mid-ocean and the big ship
destroyed by fire.
Coming Wednesday ?LOVE AND
VENGEANCE" Sterling 2 reel comedy.
Ford Sterling's first Uni veroni re
lease, and the greatest he ever p'tyed
THE MUSICIAN'S DAUGHTER
J ThanhoujMM?. feature In 2
reels featuring Dave Thompson and.
Maude Fenley. A drama of pathos
and heart interest.
A BATH HOUSE COM EDT
Keystone seashore comedy with In
FOURTH REEL TO BE SELECTED
4 REELS-1 Oe.
Ss? tesks Ttss* Hy.
reeler atJhoJIIJou Theatre'Wednesday
~. ? ivT M*? KJ ur i Vt: 1 ..i r itxu
Company, In "Love and Vengeance."
This comedy waa i-Viged at Santa Mon
lea. Cal,. Feb; M and 28, and ls built
around the Vanderbilt and Grand Prix
astcmib??c r?c?? aa thO?? ?M?. Hr.
Sterling's camera man waa so fortun
ato aa to get every detail of the blood
curdling accident, which befell Mar
quis driving a Jiuobeam car. Mr.
Marquis while Rounding Dead Man's
Curve, failed to make hi? SnnhMun cat
to take the curve. It turned turtle
ann mane rive spectacular rewlntions.
This is ali used in the action of the
comedy. There are Just, eight photos
of Ford Starlin's most winning faces
shown In thl? issue, they are great,
.take a look at them.
ural Color Process. The
dared be- his mission of destr
ilites and bomb after bomb ii
retttrn to destroying a dozen
, Consternation reign
a was the bergen. Sigmund, v
ho vowed ed with his country'
d not sep- ordered to set out
But fate my's destructive aei
?!f. Helene he sighted it and su
Adolph's ing a position direct
f her love. sent a bomb toward
home, he chine, which was s
h the avia- to the ground. Ut
red to de- fall, Adolph ran foi
HIS, if pos- a nearby mill. Frc
the air on point he succeeded
THE MAN THi
* ELECTRIC CIT
* Items sf Interest ?ad Persoa.
* Wireless on the Si
9& e^ 9fc 9fc 9fi ?y
New Home Is
The handsome home beirr? erected
by William Laughlin on Main street
ls now almoet completed and Mr.
Laughlin said yesterday that lie would
j move in one day during the coming
ueek. it Will,be remembered that
?.Capt. Laughlin lost his home and all
i its contents hy .ITO som? weeks ago.
I Tho nov linns? !? nrnlnp- un nn t!ir> old
I site and ls very, pratv and complete
throughout. Mr. and Mrs. Laughlin
have been making their home at the
I Chtrtuola'hotel since the fire.
i Cover crops
Are Cut Back.
The farm demonstrator for Ander
|oon county ..etnrned to the city yester.
[day from s complete trip of inspection
all over the county. Mr. RAthroek
says that In most sections tbe cover
?crops have all been cut back, the cot
ton has been planted and corn plant
ing will begin this week. H? says that
practically all of the ' school demon
stration plats have boen plowed and
that most thom are sowed in cotton.
Ho expressed himself au being well
pleased with the progress made by
the farmers during the'last week and
believes that conditions all over the
county are good. He ls expecting
big yields for the season.
I Yer* Anxious
Misa Eva Garrison of Sandy Springs
waa in Anderson yesterday and said
that she .rda Vi?y anxious ;???-? about
her brotbsr, Ernest F. Garrison, who
is now In Vera Crus. Miss Garrison
says Ulai ?er brother ls a United
.States marine and that bo landed tn
Vera Crus from the ship "Hancock"
last week. Since that time she bab
?beard nothing from him and she ta
very much afraid that he may have
met with some mishap in Vera Crux.
No dispatches' have mentioned Mr.
Garrison's name and lt la therefore
probable that Miss Garrison's fears
?'or Bail ?tere.
Prominent ajitomoyp: ot .Walhalla
came to Anderson yesterday for the
purpose of appearing before Judge
Prince and arguing a motion for ball
for W. A. Craw charted with criminal
assault in Oconee county. Judge Prince
heard the motion and granted bond
in the sum bf $2^>00. The attorneys
ujvnt the day. lu Anderson leaving
here last night
For Wim I? n.
Anderson yesterday received advice
from Gen. C. ?i. Brooks to tho effect
.ha* he Would h* her* for the reurtlea
and be has .sent the following appoint,
menta for his sponsere, etc:
. Sopnsor, MUs Mav Meetze of Cnlurn.
bia. ' '
Maid of honor. Miss Nellie Pearson
Maid cr honor, Miss Mary Perry of
Chaperone, Mrs. M. J. Perry of Lan.
( ares ITsed By
Those in charge of the plans for the
Confederate Veteran? reunion have hit
upon a splendid scheme for sacarina
a list of .the boarding houses of thc
etty willing to take some of the veter
faw. /?..ina tKot_ y In ?Ht? ;;?. V. f _
ural fy the various houses will not be
W.?tiujc M? i KW? lue Toiprnnn Fire wt
charge hut several of them will bi
willing to make reductions 'Jf? the.
price. The following is the card pre
pared and when the board ina house
signs cms the committee will have <
complete Hat of all the places in 1
"? agree, if lt becomes neccasurjr.
taka-^-*? Cnafederat* Vetcra
aa boarders en th? days <*t May 2<>tl
Uav 27th gtttfc t^j-Uk -r~
with b*d and three meats per day
at the rs??' o' *--- per d=y.
There will be no objection to placing
several y (-teran s in the same room.
?9t. 'Address . .-j"-' .v-".'
HOTOPLAY IN F(
greatest war picture eve
ie the great mill blown il
uction, he sent eral of the e
ito the enemy, volunteered to
great balloons. aviator, but fell
ed in Daws? Lieut. Maxim th
vho had enlist- that the mill be
s aviators* was great structure c
after the #ne- with a crash, art
.oplane. Soon of Adolph was/1
cceded in gain? his friend. Ni
ly above it. He that the other y
I the other ma- rade. Lieut. M
?truck and fell death of Sigmur
lhurt by the parents, who sai
. the shelter of learned of his 1
im this vantage was sjnitten witl
in killing sev- daughter, Helen
VT PUT THE "MOVI
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Y SPARKLETS *
i? Mention Caught Over tb? *
treebi of Anderdon *
M?<r?*? * * * * * H
Posts Will He
T.'ie fluted Iron posts to be used
here m the construction of Anderson's
groat White Way system will ho paint
ed an olivo, greed; according to official?
of the lighting company. Some towns
use the plain .black, others use th 3
copper finish and some few aro.green.
The green Oom,will add much to
daylight, officials .of the company are 1
calculating that .they will be able to
tlnish the work here within thc next
10 days and tum the "Juice" on the
new system, provided tho w?nther con
tinues good. -??? exact date has yet
boen set but lt ts an asaured fact that
tho work will be completed within'the
t i two weeks.
Heal Hn ranier
. Has Arrjred.
The last two days have been auffl
clent to . convince anyone that Sum
mer has arrived for good. The mer
chants and business liouaes of the city
have been putting up screen doors '
for tlw-laaVOWo day ?.-ia' order to do
away with the fry pest and proof post,
tlvo that Summer Is really here ia of
fered by tho fact that screen doors
wore yesterday placed in the court
house, all. tho offices being supplied.
Several changes have been made in
tho court house during the last week
knd the whole place has been cleaned
and renovated in anticipation of the
coming of court next week.
Two ?ew Tracks
. The Chere-Ccla bot?las company, ?
finding that its facilities for delivering
goods were inadequate? has purchased .
who splendid new trucks and thoy '
have been delivered in Anderson. One
of the trucks will be placed in com- ?
mission, here in addition to the ones
already in ?se, while the other ?rui
chtne will bo forwarded to Greenville,
where this same concern ha? another
plant. All. over the State Chero-Cola
is being boosted and it bids fair to
soon become a National drink.
Was Extra Mood.
Anderson merchants Bald last night
that the business done during the day,
was extra good. The city attracted
a IST*"? ni*?1 ber of. people from neigh
boring towuB and from the country
and Utey traded very liberally. It was
a noteworthy fact that the stores
drawing the biggest patronage and at
tracting the biggest crowds yesterday
were those stores advertising la the
newspapers. Visitors ?o' Ute city
seemed to have money yesterday and
they spent lt here.
rici arc -sss
A. M. Pinkston. manager of the
, Palmetto theatre In tb*? city, left lact
'twight-for Washington. Mr. Pinkaton
'will be in the capital for several days}
And told a reporter for Tho. Intelli
gencer that during the time spent there
he Intended to secure -the very best
pictures offered in the movie world.
He said that he would astonish the
people ot Anderson with, the features
he will offer when hie.returns. He
will book a number of the foremost
releases while he Ia gone.
According to - figuro? made public
yesterday by thc census department
sfilwiNrovernment Anderson's popula
tion consists or 7,*3? watte people ana
%,*B9 negroes. In IWO^tnere wera
?.283 white people and 3.3?I negroes.
Therefore the proportion of lncre?**
?ss TZ?mTii i?tj p*?grc?? and th- white
people is almost the sante, lt la.sjmNpi
that the estimates furbished by the
census bureau this week arc certainly
more, ivar ly correct than were those
et two weeks ago.
A beat Cloved.
J. S. r?whr, president of the An
derson Theatre Company, has called
a meetlnfr of Ole. directors of the
company $*r next Wednesday night,
to be held at t??? chamber of com
merce at .* o'clock- It ta said that
-Thursday. May 14tli.
>r before presented. See the spectacular aeroplane battle in the
ito the air. . '
capture the bold
blown up. The
ame to the ground
d the lifeless body
laid beside that of
either had known
vas his old cern'
axim reported the
id to his bereaved
dly but proudly
i the beautiful
te, who waited in
vain for news of her lover. One
day Maxim told her that he loved
her and asked h*r to marry him.
But she told him that *she could
not give an answer to him then.
As they were resting after a stroll
through the wood, Helene was
startled to se hanging from his
watenchain the locket which she
had given to Adolph when they
parted. Maxim then explained
that he took it from the body of .
the man whom he had killed in the
destruction of the mill. Beside
herself with grief at the unexpect
ed news, Helene was tempted to
throw herself .in a nearby lake.
Hearing the bells tolling in a clois
ter nearby, she hesitated and real
ized- that the bells were calling to
her. For the world had no place
; for her now, with her burden of
grief and memories, and she made
her way'to the holy house, and oft
in the twilight those memories
-come back to her of the days when
peace reigned in the land and thc
terrors of war were unknown,
Four Big Reds Every Day 10c
?F YOU ASKED US
to "point with pride" to any particular suit in our
stock this Spring, we would probably pick out suits
. . ?. ? . QT"
. . .. ti ? mm CLL)
It represents the biggest suit value for the money that
we have ever been able to show. We haye been very strict
with thc manufacturers of these suits, insisting that they put
extraurumary wurKinuiiMiip rn <?v?=ry gart??er?t. We ero^<i
all-the, merit, style and excellence of material into these suits
that we possibly can. .
WE FAIRLY MAKE A MAN COME BACK AND
ASK FOR ANOTHER SUIT LIKE THE LAST ONE.
And we know that you will like these suits. In fact,
so sure are we of this value that we will gladly replace any
suit that is not entirely satisfactory.
We Specialize on Our Shirts flt $L0Q and $1.50.
Try them >IJ o^r advice, You'll be glad you did.
The One Price Clothiers.
the nurnoftn nf *h?s meetls? is to uOtu
plete all plans and to maka arrange,
menta for going ahead with the work.
WSilIe the theatre people will give ont
bp statement in the mailer lt ls said
that the necessary funds for building
the theatre have been secured, it is
known thst tl"J Richmond company
telegraphed herc last night that they
were about ready to close and it. Ia
believed that the directors will have
the necessary sum ot money in hand
by nest Wednesday.
IS tO CONVENE
r???t JfiAgG Prince Preswfaoj ?be
Tftnrt nf HMSMI ?UCA?AM Will ,
facing one of the most congested
;k*ta in the h li lory of the county.
Summer term of the Court of Gen.
skate for Anderson county ititi
eba tomorrow morning. The court
P be an "all heme" affair urtth
* THE A TR S
M01TOA Y'S P?OOHAM. g
[Drama, PRIft OP A ?HJBY I^bra
Thia special two-reel featave
needs no praise, as H being a
Lu bin production guarantees
PrwruL TREIB MCOTAli PBIEKP
Fourth reel to be selected.
Coming Thursday. , another
Xataral Color Faai?*? fa
=-.- .": -?ss.
Vmr Big Heels.
THAT ?ter TS