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THE AN PERSON-TOP AY
Look Who's Here
Cir ?is. Choplin in His New ?Job
2 reel Essanay.
Don't miss this picture, you will laugh until your sides hurt.
Tlr?3 Vision ol Thc Shepherd
2 reel Selig.
Produced by Colin Campbell.
This is a beautiful story, the characters in which are admirably portrayed by KATHLYN
WILLIAMS, WHEELER OAKMAR, FRANK CLARK and EUGENIE BESSEMER.
These ase the same player* you saw in "The Spoilers," you all remember "Cherry."
MISS FLORENCE TURNER
"The Murdock Trial"
4 reel feature.
EVELYN NESBIT THAW
uud her son H'M. M fist LL TUA W
"The Threads of Destiny"
Tills picture etcrjoue ? ill ? mit to ?ce.
Admission 5c and lCc.
Our orchestra can't be equalled in Anderson.
THERE WAS A BET
I WOULD SELL IT.
It were possible to sell as
good coal as Blue Gem
Block for less 1 would.do
IT CAN'T BE DONE.
B. N. Wyatt
the $5.00 Coal Mau.
BETWEEN APRIL 19-24 CITY
OF ANDERSON TO BE
General Committee and Several
Sub-Committees Named at
Initia! Meeting Held Yes
April 19th, to Z ?th. inclusive will
be observed in thc city <>f Ande: SHU
IS rd sn un and paint up week." an
(""'pnlznti' i io perfect and carry out
plans for giving the community u
Ki ii? , ul cleahiUR un aid painting
Gavi?n hoon formed al a meeting of
cpiesentatlvoi <;i several public und
^?^" HOME OF VOCR-^^^^j
j?^yC^ OWN IS A HOME IN PEED ^^g,
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^QP^JOHN LlN LEYS^^^MK?F?^^^^r^
I take pleasure in an
noucing that beginning
today Mr. Eugene
W'atson will be associat
ed with me in the Real
JNO. W. LINLEY
private bullion held yesterday after
coon at Hie cbauibor of commerc? ut
in accorda nco with previously an
nounced plans, representatives of tito
buard of health, city council, the civil
association and the civic committee
jf the cuamber of commerce met
yesterday afternoon to devise pious
for carrying on a "clean up and paint
up" campalRn in the city of Ander
i'-i. An organization wa J perfected
to take charge of the movement, ano
i general committee of five member*
was appointed io have charge of the
general supervision of the matter.
This committee consists of: Dr.
\V. F. Ashmore, Mrs. Rufus Faut. A
H. Dagnall, J. H. Uodrrey and 1J.
The .Nub-< emmi'tees.
A general committee having1 been
appointed, several sub-eommltteeb
we. c elected, as follow.-: Committee
>:? Publicity, M ra. Carrie Mci'.
Patrick, I.. M. Glenn and F. M
Domett; Committee on Demonstra -
, lion: Rev. D. W. Dodge and Rev. J.
I \. (llbboney. Tho member3 of th"
committee on demonstration will
make talks before the school child
ren of the city with reference to thc
Clean up campaign.
In p-eparatlon tor clean up week
the school children of the city will
bo given u course of instructio
? lon n this line. ? serles of motion
pictures demob drating the advan
tages of clean up week will be shown
ut Tho Anderson theatre on Hie
morning of Tuesday April 20. Manag
er nieleh of. the Andersoi bas con
sented to tum over his theatre thu'
morning to thc general coinmlttei
which will show the pictures to thc
white school children of tue city.
Will Divide City.
In mapping out tho plans tor thc
clean up week campaign thc commit
tee will divide the city into six dis
tricts, following the lines of (he six
wards. Thc geaerul committee wir
place a sub-committee of 12 mern
bcr i in charge of the work in each
ward. The chairman of each commit
too will bc thc aldermen from that
ward. Each chairman will have ;
lady assistant and a member of the
board of health on his committee
thc other nine members to bc ap
pointed by the chairman.
Five thousand fly swatters, donated
by tho Southeastern Llie Insurance
company, of Greenville, will be dis
tributed in the city Just before clean,
up week campaign starts. The va
rious ministers of tl"?6 city will be re
quested to deliver special sermons on
clcanlinesi on the morning of Sun
? meeting of th?? 12 committeemen
from, each ward will be held at the
quarters of thc chamber of commerce
at ?? o'clock on thc afternoon of April
?. This meeting will be presided
?Vcr by Dr. W. F. .Ashmore, chalr
I man ot the general committee.
Thu chairmen of the various ward
committees, the member of the board
o', health assigned to each and the
lady assistant of each committee are
a? follows: Ward 1. J. E. Barton.
Mrs. \lolii-, M. Davis, F. B. Crayton;
Ward t, Walter Dobbins. Mrs. Fret
well. Dr. W. H. Nardin: Ward S,
i Charles W. Spearman. Mrs. W. R.
Wones. Dr. B. A. Henry and Mrs.
Chas. S. Sullivan: Ward '4. John
Tate. Mrs. Tom Bolt. ur. John
Major; Ward S. FJ. R King. Mrs. R.
K. Ligon. A. li. Dagnall; Ward 6,
Robert Carter. Mrs. 8. W. Danner.
James Cathcart and Mrs. Geo. An
C t h f. S ALK
The Junior Phllathea:? of the First
PrcKbyteriaa church will have a cake
rale Saturday nf.-rnnon at " o'clock
at Owl Drug store.
G. W. TIDWELL IS
FREE AND AT HOME
Slayer of Emmett Walker Walks
Out of County Jail at
After havi.ig sui ni '..\ jail i r a
little more than a year, George VY.
Howell walked out yesterday for the
first unie a free man, since his Bur:
render following the shooting o? Em
mett Walker. March 12, 1914. Tid
well gave bond In the sum of $10.000
jnd was released until his trial,
which will likely be heard al the coin
ing May terni of the court of general
When seen yesterday afternoon,
shortly after he had been liberuted,
Tidwell waa standing in front of the
Record building with Iii' attorney.
Janies ll. Price. When ujked if it
wcre not a relief to be on the out
dde, Tidwell stated that it was. de
spite the fact that lt was a cold,
bleak day. the sleet and snow was
pouring down ut the time and tin
wind was blowing, but Tidwell inti
mated that even on such a day, it
wai better to be outaide than to bu
>n Jail, any kind of a day.
ile stated that tie intended going
home iust night tu Clinton and rest
ing up for a few days. He went via
'll ree ii wood.
J. W. Copeland, Jr.. of Clinton,
qualified for $8.000 and W. A. Givens
of Fountain Inn' qualified for the
remaining $2,000. Clerk of the court
Walter M. Scott, accepted the bond
and ordered Tidwell released, the en
tire arrangements- being concluded
near six o'cir. ck when the prisoner
was allowed to depart.
Funniest Mon in Movies at "The
Anderson Theatre To
The Anderson today is offering tho
picture goers a rare treat in the way
of feature pictures. The first one be
ing thc favorite of all comedians
' Chas Chaplin in a two r^el. produc
tion entitled. "His* Now Job." thia
picture is considered a scream and
many have said who have seen the
picture that it is one -of Chaplin's
best productions. The second feature
ls a beautiful pastoral story entitled,
"The Vision of the Shepherd," the
cast of characters are Rathlyn Wil
liams. Wheeler Oakman, Frank Clark
and Eugenia Bessemer, the picture is
produced by Colin Campbell. This
picture ls considered unusually good
and the fact that the same cast of
characters that appeared in "Thc
Spoilern" are seen in this production,
will maue it especially attractive.
The Anderson orchestra continues
to gain In popularity dully and many
have said it is ope of the best orches
tra In the State. Manager Bleich has
tried hard since the opening of the
theatre'to give his patrons the beat to
be had In music and pictures and the
public In generat have shown there
appreciation hy a liberal patronage.
Taking Carr sf the Children.
N'o parents would consciously be
careless of the Children. Joe A. Ros
marin, Clarkson. Nebr., uses Foley's
Honey and Tar for his two children
ior croup, coughs sind colds. ile.
?sys. "We ire never without Foley's
Honey anr* Tar in the house." A dis
tressing cough,- sleepless nights, and
raw. inflamed throat lead to a run
iown condition in which tho child ?a
jot ablo to rest?t contagious or infec
t?os diseases. Foley'? Honey abd
Tar - ls truly healing and prompt in
iction. i-? ans Pharmacy.
==T ODA. Y
THE MASTER KEY NO. 14
This is thc next to the hist of this great serial; be sure and como to
I see it. ?
THE KNOCKOUT WALLOP
A comedy that v/ili tickle you good.
THE DENTISTS JANITOR
This picture is so tunny it will make you "cry."
Admission 5c and lOc.i We never close for supper ^
MBS. TT. A. lil Di.ENS, Editor
, Thone :>7.
Senior Fbilatbeu ( lass.
j The Senior Philathea class or the ;
First Presbyterian church will mool
I this afternoon, prortiptly at K:30 ?villi
j Mrs. It. L. Waynick and Mrs. WU liam '
I H. Overman, in thc parlors ul Holer
Easter Egg Hunt.
The Primary Philathea Class of the
First Presbyterian church will have !
ni egg hunt on Friday afternoon at
1 four o'clock on the church lawn,
j There will be plenty .?f eggs, and thc
; young folks will have a merry time
searching for them ami playing
. raines. Admission will be ten cents
t':ike und Cundy Sale.
The ladles or the Wesley Philathea
Class of St. John's Methodist church
will have a cake and candy sale at
the Olympia Ice Cream parlor on
Saturday, beginning at 10 o'clock in
I the niorning. They will have a com
plete assortment of Easter cakes, and
delicious home made candy. All or
ders will be given prompt attention.
Beautiful Dinner Part).
'Kunine" the handsome home of
Mr. and Mrs. C. S>. Sullivan on South
Main street was thc scene of a beau
t i till dinner party on Monday even
ing, when Mr. nnd Mrs? Sullivan en
tertained in honor of Dr. and Mrs.
j Janies P. Kinard. Mr. and Mrs. Goode.
J and Miss Helen Smith, of Anderson
! College. The table decorations were
; particularly effective, and beautiful,
the color scheme of yellow being most
charmingly carried out In every do
tail. An elegant course dinner was
temptingly served. Besides the honor
guests, the guests for thc occasion
were, Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Lig?n, Mr.
and Mrs. G. M. Tolly. Mr. and Mrs.
W. W. Sullivan. Dr. and Mrs. B. A.
Henry. Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Murtln.
.Hrs. VimdIver Entertains ut Luncheon.
One of the most delightful affairs
>n thc week's social calendar was
I the beautiful ,llttb\ luncheon; with ,
which Mrs. E. P. Vandiver entertain- *
ed a few of her - friends yesterday '
morning. The guests brought their
fancy work .and for a about an hour
the time was informally and pleasant
ly spent chatting and sewing. The
charming hostess then incited her
guests into the dining room where
the beaut ii ul appointed luncheon
table was arranged, and herc an ele
gant six course menu was served.
Aile- returning to the parlors the
(uests. were given an interesting lit
tle contest, which was the source of
much guessing and merriment. The
prise, a lovely potted white hyacutth
was won by Mrs. W. A. Hudgens. Tho
music by Mrs. W. B. -.StetU was a
very attractive part of tho occasion..
Tho invited guests were Mrs. Eugeno
Burrlss, Mrs. Claud Earle, Mrs.
George Bell Timmcrman. Mrs. J. M.
Sullivan, Mrs. W. A. Hudgens, Mrs.
Clarence Sullivan. Mrs. Will Atkin
son. Mrs. W. B. Steele. Mrs. L. O.
Dean. Mrs. F. EX Todd, Mrs. Manly
Watson. Mrs. Theo Watson, and Miss
THE HAMTEK KEY
The Garrick theatre is today show
I big the 14th episode of "The Master
Key." This Is the next to last pic
ture of this great serial, and hundreds
nf Anderson people aro keeping up
with lt and the interest ls growing ,
keener each edition. The last episode
will be shown today o week and after
this, picture baa been completed sn
ot h er real live aerial will be shown, j
The management has not announced ;
the name of the new aerial but .it ls ,
considered to pe better than any re
leased so far.
. The Garrick continues to gain tn
popularity daily, the latest Universal
pictwss sra -being shown, sud they .
are proving popular with the "movie1
Chamberlains Cough Itemed}.
From a small beginning th? sale
and use of thia remedy baa extended
to ali parts or the United States abd
to many foreign countries. When you
har* need ot such a medicine give
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy a trial
?nd. you will understand why it baa
become so popular for coughs, colds
and croup. Obtainable everywhere.
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Same as No. 9 with Sword Opener instead of Plow Foot.
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shaped corn, you can get plates with cups to suit any variety.
You can get plates suited to Pe.anuts, Beans, Peas, Velvet Be.r.i.s
Cantaloupes, Watermelons and similar seeds. ^
The tenderest seeds, like Peanuts, are not bruised or-injured in any
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Save loss of yield caused'by I\td stands, save cost of replanting and
thinning, save wurry and hiss by using the Plain-View Com Planter. "
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Chisholm, Trowbridge & Suggs
New Theatre Building. W. Whitner Sr.
DE KOVEN HARMONY FOUR Igj
The Greatest Male Quartette ever tn An- Iffl
der son, singing the latest hits of the season. IM
MOVIES FOR TODAY W?
"THE HAUNTING MEMORY"
Beauty Drama fl
Majestic , BB
"FATTY'S RECKLESS FLING" 1
Keystone Comedy SHI