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01".:rn VE STARS IN CECIL, B. D
iLLE'S PRODUCTION, "THE
AFFAIPS OF ANATOL."
P. -aleic Cast Headed by \Vallac
G'- A Swanson, Elliott Dec
:-, Danielo and Agnes Ayc r
A ;-eib Picture.
w * -1e1. pihlers ald a sup)
po~m anof ulnrivadlled qluality
h thev r*rd ~1A by Cecil B. De
M e's la'tst Paramount mastdr
pi e, "The Mair of Anatol," whici
w. be' showni at the Garing Theatr4
in (reenville for an entire w'eek, be
ginning Monhy, Oct. 3rd. The ros
ter readis like screeno1om's who's who
The phise, "all-star cast," is a muet
abused one but it adequately de.
scribes a cast that includes Wallac<
Reid, famous Paramount star; Gloria
Swanson, Elliott Dexter, Bebe Dan
jels, Monte Blue, Wanda Hawley
Theodore Roberts, Agnes Ayers
Theodore Kosloff, Polly Moran, Ray
mond Hatton and Julia Faye.
Nothing like this cast in the way
of aggregate talent has ever been
assembled before. The drawing
power of almost any of the names
on -the roll has been sufficient to
awaken the interest of the discrimi
naUng public. Here, for the first
time, they are appearing in a single
production under the drection of a
master producer-Cecil B. DeMille.
"The Affairs of Anatol" was writ
ten by Janie Macpherson, author of
many notable Cecil B. DeMille pro.
ductions. Her story was .suggested
by Arthur Schnitzler's scintillating
comedy of the same name.
The same quality that is featured
in the cast of principals and in the
authorship has been carried througb
every phrase of production work
The supporting cast includes suet
capable actors as Guy Oliver, Charlei
Ogle, Clarence Geldart, Maud(
Wayne, Ruth Miller, William Boyd
Lucien Littlefield and others. Th<
beautiful settings are the work 0:
Paul Iribe, famous French artist, de
signer and decorator.
The several gowns worn by eac
of the feminine principals were de
signed by Clare West. Some ar
extreme forms of conventiona
types; others are entirely new an
decidedly striking, and all are pro
nounced exquisite. Wallace Rei
alone wears sixteen different suit
during the action, all of which wer
ordered en bloc for this productioi
The story scintillates with satir
and may be said to be based on tV
theme of "Evil to Him Who Ev
Thinks." Anatol (Wallace Reid) i
the exuberance of youth, believ<
there is good in everything an
everybody, if one takes the troubl
to hunt it. Seemingly he is prove
wrong many times during his chiva
rous efforts to aid some fair damse
but he finds sonme justification fe
his belief each time. It is a stor
pulsing with thrills and clad in
*thousand beauties, and as real
life can be.
The Dacusville Township singin
convention will postpone its regula
meeting scheduled for Cedar Roc
next Sunday, on account of the 01
Folks Singing at Smith's Groi
church. We will meet with tl
Cedar Rock Baptist church on tI
first Sunday in November at 2:00
mi. Everybody cordially invited.
S. C. Chapman, Pres.
OLD FOLKS SINGING.
The old folks singing conventic
wvill meet with Smith's Grove churc
on the first Sunday in Octobe
Everybody is cordially invited
conmc and bring well filled basket
also old song books such as Souther
Harmony, Christian Harmony an
Temple Star and also bring nec
Don't forget to bring your bask<
J. H1. Riggins.
Prepare for the fair-Nov. 2,
MICKIE, T HE PRIL
waLL aosq, em~e~eGo a
e ALONG CENTRAL ROUTE TWO.
Mr. and " rs. ';d Iolo ius antId three
Childrenl-. Of Seneen, Spen 1t Sunds:111
- with the Lat ter's mother, Mrs. T. E.
- Craig, on Keowee.
- We a-re ver" sorry to report, the
- sad death -bf M's. Inez Turner. wife
i of Mr. Walter Turner, of the Gap
Hill section, who (lied last week after
- a lingering illne-ss of several molnths.
She leaves besides her husband seven
children and two step children, a
mother and other relatives and'
friends to mourn her death.
Mr. R. A. Alexander has just - re
turned from an extended business
trip to Lula :nd Gainesville, da.,
and-Anderson, S. C. Mr. Alexander
reports the crops very short in Geor
gia. He says they are not as go6d
as they are in South Carolina. .
The following gentlemen left for
Easley today to hear the preliminary
hearing against parties violating the
fish and game law: Messrs. Olin
Craig, R. A., E. B. and St. John
Alexander, alIph Stewart, W. B. and
Ray Whitmire and N. B. Cary.
Parties from a distance have been
giving the above gentlemen much
trouble violating the fish and tres
As news is scarce this week I will
DUTCH PROPHET'S. FORECAST.
Early Cold Wave Predicted and Se.
verest Winter since 1917-18.
September 25 is the central date
for a very decided change in the
weather from hot to cool-possibly
to cold, says the Dutch Weather
Prophet. In northern and north
western latitudes, he predicts, it will
be cold with frost previous to even
the central (late, which will move the
cold wave from the west forward to
Wednesday and probably to the same
date for the east and southeast, the
time for the "germinations" of the
cool wave extending from September
e 18 to 25. September 7 was another
period for a cool wave and it occur
red in the west and passed north
ward, having been deflected by the
San Antonio disturbance.
The coming winter will be the
I coldest since 1917-18, he says. Three
snows are indicated for the territory
south And east of the Blue Ridge.
Indications at' the same tme are to
the effect that the snow will extend
Ifat' south, and the winter wvill be ac
'omipanied besides by numbers of
a These forecasts will be confirmed
more decidedly October, together
with predictions as to possible
amount of precipitation during the
winter and prospects for a grain
crop (wheat and oats) in this sec
g tion, the prophet said yesterday.
ir Precipitation will occur Septem
k bet' in the south and southwest and
d it may include Columbia and vicinity
e in Its progress northeastward, ac
ec .cording to his prediction.
ATTENTION, BAPTIST PASTO'RS.
Thec Blue Ridge Baptist ministers
c'onference will meet at Central Ho
tel, Central, S. C., next Monday
morning, October 3rd, at 10 o'clock.
n Every Baptist pastor' in the Pied.
hi mont., Pickens, Twelve Mile and
e. Heaver'damt associations are request
o~ edl to be present. Dr. Z. T. Cody,
s, ed(itor of the Baptist Courir, will be
n at the conference to make an address
d on religious literature. Don't fail to
y hear' Dr'. Cody. Many things of in-I
ter'est to every pastor in the bounds
t of the conference will b(' discussed.
Don't forget the date: next Monday,
Oc'tober 3rd, at 1 0 o'clock. WVe
wouldl love also for as nmany of the
deacons ats can to attendl this con
J. A. Anderson, Sec.
etting Your F
of tce costing over a million and
a hal f dollars to coot 26,713 re
frigerator carloads by one trans
portation agency In the huge task
of moving the perishable fruits and
vegetables of Floridat alone, in the
1920-21 season, to the consuming
markets of the North 'and Fcast.
Huge new tce manufactkiring plants
have recently been built at Jackson
ville, Miami, Haines .City and Lake
land, Florida, In order to Insure a
suffcient and regular supply of Ice
for the cars.
This In in' addition to the mqve
ment of 10,000 cars of Georia
peaches and other thousands of cars
of smiall fruits and vegetables In
cepd ears from the Carolinas and
Virginia. where large modern icing
plants have been constructed.
These figures will be startling to
the thousands of fruit and vege
table growers of the South who
have not been informned as to the
actual workings of the great new
adjunct to the transportation Indus
try that Is fast increasing thle
wealth of the Southern States.
A Mass of conflictingi information
and fragmentary figures was re
cently submitted to the Interstate,
Commerce Commission In Washing
ton In connection with the applica
tion of the Florida Railroad Com
missioners for a reduction In re
frigeration charges. and in the near
future the effort will be made by
the transportation companies to
trow the spot light on the actual
operations and all the costs involved
iraprotecting the products of South
*rv fritand vegetable growers
BOYS TO SHARE IN FAIR
Corn and Pig Club Members to
Rcie Prmimsfo Bs
boys. Prize amutn9 o$4wl
be awarded oe winner aamllong pound
or ce coysin oriesr igo club
memberato arload by ditrbed as
pisor mogte Prizhe ofr$20, and
venetablesorfirt sod andi thr
prizes, resoncot hevensmin
old:kets $10 the Not5. dEat
Bae bren beom fouil t Jackon-h
oll . $15 , Hs ~ t and ake
landt borar ine oneyer told insre,
$u10ce and reua5.pl o c
for th as. vroeyerod
Tie cash ie are to the award
edacrhen oest exhousas of c ars
of corn. fhries andregetabl, in,
ic8, $7,s $6,o$5 the $C.50lanas andre
Splants ae toeeneconsredfo
single eareis wilastatlings $t,
the thou3,$and offri. dvee
hapecilpie not inrmed aint the
actueare wokigto theare. They
Forjbet totehibisortion stalks
ryfi corn, iat iryeasin, wthe
corn to the southern b Stt..Kn
ny cmany of Conflmia.ifrmt
cetly suyebwmith tornh ontestaks,
frigrati~ chrges adlen the
the 'transprta rnon espapero toa
BOYSC TR SHARER YN F I
Cor an Pi Cu MemAbert
Coumia S. AMD Bsh pAze
ruit TCo Market
600 Mildlion Pounds of lee.
in 25,713 Refrigerator
from their farms and plantations to
the tables of consumers in New
York, Chicgo and other great and
Certain of their officials state that
the public lacks reliable information
of what it actually means to take
an orange, a head of cabbage or
lettuce, a bunch of celery a grape
fruit or a box of strawberries from
the wari Southern climate to the
table of the Northern consumer in
as fresh and edible condition as
though grown in his own back yard.
They want that information to be
gathered by an official, body so that
the farmer who raises and ships his
crop and the man in New York, who
buys the fruits and out of season
vegetables, once looked upon as lux
uri e may know whether they are
a ig fair charges for refrigera
tion enroute to market, and whether
the transportation companies can
give proper service on the charges
allowed by the Federal Commission.
The volume of shipments under
refrigeration out of Florida alone,
last year, was twice that of two
years ago and six times that of
nine years ago. indicating the im
portance of the Question for the fu
ture both to pr-oducers and con*
'The Story of0
y JONATHAN BRACE
II.-NEW JERSEY 0
* . came the
O ~just sIx days
0 after Pennsyl
__ ~ vania had for
O ~mally adopted
- the Constitution. This territory,0
whc overs 8,224 square miles,0
ooriginally was a part of the
province of New Netherlands.
0In 1004, after the English con-0
Squest of New Nethlerlandjs, the 0
0duke of York sold the southern
0portion to Lord Berkeley and Sir
G (eorge Carteret. The latter' had0
owon- some distinction as gover-0
nrothe little Island ofIersey
oin the English chanmneli, and it
was in his honor that the new
0provInce came to be called New0
SJersey. The eas ern portion,
0that about Newairk, wats stttld i
by (Carteret and( Ithe i&erriiory to0j
Ithe southwvest, whe're IBurlintgton ~I
0andI Trenton no0w stanid, fell Ito
Befrkceiey. Aih'r a few years
0Berkeley .sold his shi:, e to a04
party of Qua kers awlt two dis- ~
0 tinict provin'es weret. formed,0
enCilied Eanst ,tand W.,st JTersey. 0
Th''ley wer('e reuitedIcm, howvever, in0
1702, andi becuone a single prov
inbce under the direct rule of the0
p English crown,0
NwJersey casts fourteen0
electoral votes for prlesldent.
(0 by McC lure Newspaper syndicate.)
* A'CHiGAM A\)ENu~ A~~r
18 COU YLESS AutomAoBIL
BEAuTV' V NM OM GOQ'Sr
,EE E0Y' oo,
ANK OF CENTRAL.
F. I. MORCAN, Pres. B. E. Allen, Cashier
Central, S. C.
o ters are farmer We are coe
h title LolW(evil has 6?e,1 f li t er n County.
We ereby o ffer ten dollars in gold to the nian, woman or chid
who give the Pickm3 County farmers the best advice. you iust
live in Pic kenzs County and Oc a far. Contest open all of
August. A cummiittee of three farmers wi.l pass on your ad.
e. Mail w'hat you have to say to the Bank of Central, Central,
C. Boll Weevil Dept. Lock Box 67.
BANK OF CENTRAL, Central, S. C.
Cential Mercantile Company.
We have received our New Fall Line of Samples for
Inbernational. This line. is the line wp have been handlinp
ten years. Better this season than ever, and the prices are re
duced. Let us show you the samples.
CENTRAL MERCANTILE COMPANY
CENTRAL, S. C.
Just Around the Corner
Distant cities, towns and
villages are "just around
the corner" when you use
the Long Distance Bell
Why waste your time,
energy and money in trav
eling when you can send
your voicejust as satisfactorily and at a trifling cost I
SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE
AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY
FOR FORD CARS.
Supplied and Guaranteed by the Ford
There si absolutely no other Storage
Battery on the market, carrying a full
guarantee, at anywhere near this price.
We Have Them.
J. M. SMITH AUTO CO.
Phone 101. Easley, S. C.
Send Us Y ur Job Printing
He Meets p with a Chicago Booster'