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FIELD DAY E
TO BE HELD
WILL BEGIN AT ANDERSON
COLLEGE AT 10:15 IN
34 MEDALS OFFERED
. Five Different Team and Ten
Contestants Each Contest
Several Hundreds Will
Be in Attendance.
Tomorrow, Friday, tile annual Kiel !
day exercises for the .schools of An
il* ROM county will I?; held in Auder
y.t.\, and il' the day ls a fair one,
d' ibtless hundred? of siwool child
ren from the various Hoctiuns of the
county will ho in attendance.
There will I." rive contesting teams
In ? ie various events thia year, wljlc'i
will make len contestants lu each
event. Those m charge of thu Field
Day decided lil Mic heglnillllg not to
have all the schools contest In An
del son. Kine? this tiro wt.' too nilled
work for one dav, and Hie county was
divided into foti.* districts, not Includ
ing thc city school ? of Anderson,
which made five. Preliminary con
tests have l;e-n held in each of the
rive dialtlets to ne lee! teuuiH for the
cnn I eat H in Anderson. These tcunis
.represent l!ioi..? who hive already
been chosen in rather l-irgu cona-Hts.
and i .e exercises tomorrow ought to
he except Ional ly good.
Due to the kindness a ltd generosity
of Dr. .lames I?. Kimmi, the. morn
lng exercises will be held ut Ander
son college. The athletic conteur,
will be held in North Anderson, Thc
Southern Public Utilities companv
will have extra cara at the college
to Itunsfc:' the pupils tu North An
A comlcm od prngrnm of the events
la aa follows:
Prom loin to 11:15, spelling In
Kooma liOIl, 200 und 108 ut Anderson
From If : 15 to 12: ir?, arithmetic In
Itootna IDS, I0:t and 208 nt Anderson
Prom 12:15 to I, reading in Kooma
ll??. IOS. 20?. 207. 202 and 20:i ut
From lt:Iii to 1, oratory in thc
Anderson college auditorium.
'i'.o athletic events will be bold
in North Anderson, the track to ba
lifted being North Avenue, which has
been put in excellent shape. These
I'OlilnatH will consist o? 100, 220, and
?MO yard races, broad and high Junv;?.
pole vault, Bhot put, flag race, etc.
Medlin 0 fie red.
All told, there will be 34 gold
medals awarded to tho winners in tho
various contests. These alone will
be stimulus enough for each contes
tant to do '.ls utmost to win.
All railroads leading Into 'tho city
have put on special rates for thia
occai'.'on, and tho C. & W. C.,. will
run a special train from Calhoun Falls
arriving in Anderson ut 8 o'clock.
Tho rate will be two cents per mlle
instead or twp and one-half tis Is the
A number of the schools of the
county have already Dignified their
Intentions of sending a largo nuni'rr
of representatives to Anderson io
witness the contests.
The most beautiful line of
ever shown in Anderson.
NOW ON SALE AT
Fant's Book Store
3 UNTIL 7
"THE STRANGE CALE OF
"Brightest Spot Ip Town*?
HENRY B. WALTHALL
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BETTER KIND OF MOVIES
IWM?aBPM?M*?M?^|l?l<Wll'i ?.Ill mill
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VERY LITTLE CHIME
IK COUNTY TO DATE
THIS YEAR HAS BEEN AN
Are Now in Jail Awaiting Trial
Sheriff and Deputies Receiv
ing Few Calls.
j Tho order in Anderson county an
far this year hus been fzir above thc
average, and at present (hore aro wi
ly eight prisoner? In Jn'l, although!
lt baa been over six weeks since ..'.???
first terni of crlmiii:-1 court adjourn
ed. The next term will be held b'i
Klnnlng tho second Tuesday lu May,
and so far there art- only u few minor
cases to be tried.
During f ie first three mouths last
year there wus a wave of crime
which swept over thc county, during
which time several murders were
committed In dig?rent sections of the
county. To ilute this year, lhere has
only been one murder.
Sheriff Ashley ?tated yesterday
tli'tt he and - is deputtcc wore re
celvlng few calls, and that they had
not had but one that amounted tn
anything within the past two weeks.
There have been several store rob
beries this year, but otherwise the
order in the county" has been oxcee :
Tu? noople generally are very much
pleased with Anderson county's rec
ord so far, und hove that il will con
tinua to remain us lt in.
WAS A (?HAM? SUCCESS
MUH<|iierude Skating Contest Saturday
The masiiucrad? skating contest
which was hold In the Anderson milts
hall on Saturday night, April 1st, was
a grund HUCJCOSB from every stand
point. The following contestants won
Hug given by Coope1* Furniture
company, won by Maybelle Putters')!.
Necktie given by H. Hillman, won
by (?arvin Kay.
Pair silk lioso given by B. Fleish
man, won by Corulu l'en land. .
One dollar bath ticket given by \V.
E. Gilmer. won by J. C. Mayfield.
Box Talcum powder given by Lyles
j Pharmacy, won by Ruth Patterson.
I Fifty cents caBh prlre by F>. ?..
Robinson, won bv Arthur Stone.
Tie given by I). 'Jelsotjrg. won
by Ruthi Hughes.
One .ie each given by Anderson
Dry Goods companv won by Addle
May Fredericka and (?arvin Kay.
Ono dollar In trade, given by
Moore-Wilson Co., won by Ellen Gar
Tie by Parker & Holt, won by Tom
One pair silk hose given-hy M. rt
Nhnmons. won by Corul-A Penland.
.Box candy given by Red ('rois
Drug store, won by Georgia Long.
Book given by Cox Book storo won
by Mack Hugues.
EJfty cents cash prize given by
skating ring, won by Clara Patterson.
Fifty cents cash prize, given 'iy
skating rink, won by Paul Fretertcka
and Reed Blackstone.
dallon motor oil given by E. M.
Jones won by J. c. Mayfield.
One dollar pressing club ticket giv
en by Ira Dixon .won by Charlie
Ono pair shoe laces. given by
Thompson Shoe store won by May
I belle Patterson.
Fifty ednts casi? pHze. given hy C.
O, Carter, won by Tom Fredericks.
! The judges wore: 'Messrs. C. O.
I Carter. C. J. Ivestcr. C. A. Couchil
A BENEFIT SUPPER
AT* fur r- ? .nm A rn?
rm m m a as, min ri*f% I .
Thor? will bo a supper given " ut
Fair Play Behool building next Satur
day night. April 8th. The proceeds
will go to general school improve
FOI FLORIDA AUTHORITIES
Young White Man Will Re Taken
Rack to Florida.
? Claude Harbuck, a young white man
? about 20 years old, has been appre
hended and is now in the county Jail
awaiting Ohe arrival of Sheriff A. F.
Hancock of Jaspifr, ?Fla.; who re
quested his arrest on the charge of
seduction. Sheriff Ashley denounc
ed yesterday that he expected the
Florida authorities to come for tho
man within the next few days.
VOTE 18 SirCCESftFU
Tva School Has Voted on Two and
One-Half Additional Mills.
Supt. J. B. Felton announced yes
terday that tho ol oct lon at Iva had
been successful, the vote being 51
to 37 for an additional two and one
half, mill tax for school purposes.
The election was held on Tuesday, i
Lewis Parker Improves.
Greenville, April r>.- Mr. Lewis w.
Parker who ls 111 at his homo on
Bar* Washington street was report
ed to ' 3 retting very weU Wednos
IS AWARDED MEDAL
LITTLE MISS EVA HAND
RESCUED THREE SIS
TERS FROM- FLAMES
TWELVE YEARS OLD
! Father's Home Waa Bumed and
She Wa? First to Awake and
to Arouse Others.
j Miss Eva Deshie II.IIKI. tho little 12
year old WU I leniston gl;*l who lust
summer rescuwl her ihre? sister*
from a burning building when h*>r
purentH' hollie wa? destroyed by fire.
lian been awarded a medal for her
bravery by the Ralston Carina Moro
commission of st. I^ouis, Mo.
It will be remembered that little
Miss Hand was thc fin; ono of ?tie
family lo awake on the morning tf
the fre. She was jeeping with
three of her sinterst in a room on t'ie
second floor, and after calling lo her
'Parents on the first floor, she arous
ed her slaters. Her parents quickly
rutr'.ied from thc building, and th
1 Itt I? girl then go: her sister:; out
of the window on the porch uptialr*
and pushed them oft" into the arms
of the father who was awaiting be
low. Little .Miss Hand then started
back Into the room and across the
hall where her brother v.us sleeping
but the flames had gained too much
headway, ami she hud to run and
Jump from the building.
The little girl was truly a heroin"
and had it not been for her .it woul.l
have been possiblo for t':e entire fam
ily to have been burned to death.
WITH SOUTH AMERICA
Steamer Leaves New Export Ter
minal at Charleston for
(Special to The Intelligencer.!
Charleston, S. C., April T>.-With
thc departure- of the steamer Pleiades
from the Southern tall way's new ox
port coal terminal at Charleston for
UuenoB Ayr^s, loaded with five thous
and tons or Cllnchficld coal, the firr.r
actual step has been taken in t'le de
volopment of what is hopo d will be n
large trafile lu coal between Sou!?
America und the southern coal field j
through the port of Charleston, this
being the first .-argo of export coal
to clear for South American consump
tion through this port.
Opportunity for the development <<t
tais commerce with South America
hus- been made possible through the
? erection of the new coal terminal
which embodies the mont modern ideaa
for facilities of this character. Coal
ls dumped directly into a liopptv frew
which it is fed into the holds ci
ships by a belt conveyor nml a
telescopic chute, insuring t c most
rapid handling and elimlnntng tn a
great degree c*e breakage resulting
j when coal is dumped Into ships hy
gravity from elevated pockets.
Wfoilo thlse is tho tlrst coal tn
leave, for South America, u number nf
other cargoew have been cent to Cubd.
There will be a cargo to loa ve far
Cuba tills week nnd also one far
MRS. J.H.. WRIGHT
Well Known 1.;"ly of Kock MUN
Tonnfthlp ?it'd Knrly Wednes
Mrs. Annie Todd Wright, wife of
Mr, John H. Wright, died.at her
homo in Hock Mills town; hip at fi
o'clock yesterday morning after nu
illness of several weekB. The fun
eral services was held at F.ober'.s
church at 4 o'clock yesterday after
Mrs. Wright was a daughter wt
the late Dr. Janies Tedd and was
about 40 years of age. She married
S?r. Wright when quito young and he
and several children survive. Sho is
also survived by taree brothers
Messrs, (illPUT. Evans and Lucius
Todd, and many relatives in this city
F?XKHAL MRS. MAJOR
Highly Esteemed Woman of This
County Laid to Rest.
After an illness of less than three
weeks, Mrs. 3. A. E. Major, a high
ly o?teemed woman ot this county,
who resided wjth her daughter near
Sandy Springs, died late Tuesday
night and was buried yesterday after
noon iii the Sandy Springs cemetery.
Mrs. Major was* In hor 87th' year.
Her hufeband died several years ago.
The Rev. Jno. O. Wilson officiated
at the funeral sovvicos.
The following children survive Mrs.
Major: Messrs. S. C. Major, this
county; M; ?. Major. Ft. Worth,
Tejas,:' J W. Major, Sandy Springo;
Mrs.- M. N. Richardson. Washington.
D. C., and Mrs. J. M. Blackman'of
Boy?, go to Cox Stationery
Co. for your fops. .. w
ELKS' COUNTY FAIR WILL
DOUBTLESS BE BEST
CITY HAS EVER
AT 4 P. M. TODAY
Will Be Forecast of the Treat in
Store This Evening-Hun
dreds to Take Part in
Judging from Hie rehearsal lu.st
nlgat in Tin- Anderson tlieutre. An
del suntans will have the opportunity
tonight and tomorrow night or seeing
one ol' tim best shows of the season,
even ir it is ?1 local talent production.
Mis? Sara Hock, t e directress,
doubtless possesses wonderful power
of direction and training, tor. judging
from the rehearsal.of last night, she
has succeeded in gathering together
and perfecting a large group of amii- 1
leur performances, which when seen '
on the stage this evening, will sur-;
prise Hie most ardent supporters of
th* Flk's County Fair.
The Parade. ., 1
Kot the first numbf . on the pro-j
gram hut one ?Mich will attract many !
people of the city, will he the parade
this afternoon, which will start from
the Fiks' Home on North McDuttle
street at I o'clock. This' parade
alone will bespeak the grandeur of
the evening's performance. Num-1
croas citizens of the city have con
sented to allow tho use of their au
tomobiles in the parade, and these.
will be filled with rollcking and frol
icsome children. Joyous youths and
bi'shful maidens, young people and
old people, all anxious for the night's
rcrformance, when, they will be given
the opportunity of displaying mu
taient before the Anderson public,
which has been sp:.d by many to be
one of the most critical in the south.
This parade will start from the
Elks' Home promptly at I o'clock, and |
all those wv.o will tak:> part In it
aro requested and urged to he on
linnd at 3:30. lt will take t'me to
get everyone in the right machine ami
In the right place so that the parade
will mako tho best showing, and l:
behooves all those who are in lt. to be
on hand promptly. This will doubt
less be one of the most prominent
features of t o show.
Tonight nt Stil?.
This evening at 8:30 o'clock in The
Anderson theatre, the first perform
ance will begin, and it will last as
long as the average theatrical - per
formance, If not longer. As has
benn recognized for a loug time, An
derson has much local theatrical tal
ent, and this has been so grouped
and arranged to give the best show ?
possible tonight. Of course there
may be sllg?t mistakes on the part of
the performers, but these occur la
the most finished productions of the
leaders in the profession In Ameri
ca today, and these can only be reme
died by constant practice and train
ing. Although Miss Bock has been
days sho has made a wonderful suc
cess with the Elks' County Fair. She
Mas not lost a moment that would add
to the success of the play, and she
has put those who will take part
through some of the most strenuous
practice that could bo possible. One
Indy remarked yesterday that/ she
believed she could qot have don??
more O.ad she been practicing and r-e
hearslng for one of New York's great
cit theatrical productions. That the
show will bo a .ntccoss seems very
What is in Store.
The program tonight will consist
of thc County F*alr, in which ?viii oe
seen many quaint characters, not
quaint to those who onco upon a time
attended the fairs of the days gone
by, taut quaint lo IMO people who ar?
accustomed to tho city H?e. There
will bo Boos Jones, Handy Audy, Jake
and Mary Sprucely, tho bride und
groom, thc lemonade man, and many
di her nmunlnir characters which will
be especially interesting and nimm
ing, doubly so since all will bo An
.Following tho County Fair there
will be many musical numbers in
which hundreds of tho little boys and
girls of the city will take part, these
being led by capable leaders. There
will be a moon chorus, a barn dance,
quartettes, duos. Impersonations, etc..
ail of which will he very interesting
and which will doubtless display to a
good advantage much ot Anderson's
Tonight, however, will not be th?
only time that the people of Ander
son and surrounding 'community will
be given a chance to see the Elks'
County iFalr, for. lt 13 tr? be repeated
on Friday night. Jud in g from the
'sale Of tickets, mos* everyone will
be there to see just w?iat Anderson
is capable of doing In the theatrical
line when she likes a notion and
when the talent ls directed properly.
War Minister Resigns.
London. April 5.-A Stefant dis
patch . from Borne says King Victor
Emmanuel, has accepter the resigna
tion of war minister Zupeljl and Ap
pointed General Morro?o to sucec.l
him. It if.- said hsr'Zuppelll desired
to participate In ne tl vc operations.
Holl weg Bettle? lt.
Berlin, April. f>.-^Wireless: Chan
col lor von Bethmann-Hollweg - pro
tested vigorously in the Reichstag to
day against the report that Germany
now ot in the future contemplated ag
gression agahis? thc United State?!.
W. B. KING AND W. OSCAR
MARRETT WILL BE IN
ARE NOW THREE
Sheriff Ashley Had Already An
nounced for Re-election
Are Well Known.
The Intelligencer this morning car
ries official announcements from
Messrs. Yv*. B. King and W. Osea"
Marett that they are candidates for
the office of merin for Anderson
county. Sheriff Ashley lias already
announced for re-election, and Mr
Tom Mai tin. it lb- said, will also he
Mr. King, familiarly known as
"Mg King," is well known In An
derson county. After having serv
ed on the police force of the city nf
Anderson for a number of years, he
was in mos elected as sheriff of th:.T
county, which otllce he held until h!3
term expired. For the past three
years Me has \e?n farming, having
purchased a nice plantation in thc
'Concord section. He has made a
success out of his farm and his- many
friends will be glad to know that ho
will again be in the race for nherlff.
Mr. Marett announced through the
press last fall that he would be In th??
sheriff's race, and has already be
come acquainted wUt many people
throughout Anderson county. This ls
his first entrance into politics. lil
was horn and reared In tho Fork sec
tion of the county, ls a young man of
splendid physique, bas a winning
mnnner. and will doubtless be n
WILL OIM.AMZF. CAMI'
Meeting to Bs Held nt Oak OroTc
There will ho a Woodmen of the
World rally tonight ot 8 o'.riock
ut Oak Croce school house. All mon
of the community aro invited to be
present. The purpose of the meeting
ts for the organization cf u new
Ah?) COMINO AND GOING.
Mr. T. P. Dickson, local attorney,
hus been in Greenville this week at
tending federal court. He will al3o
be In attendance today.
Will He Operated Over C. & ff. C.
For Field UUy.
The officials of the C. & W. C.
railway yesterday announced that
they would run a special train to
morrow from . Calhoun ? FriMs as fol
Leave Cal?oun Falls at 6:30 a. m.,
rate $1,35; Lowndes ville, 6.55 a. m..
rate 95 cents; Dames, 7:05 a. m..
rate, SO cents; Iva, 7:1!? a. m., rate
C5 cents; Starr, 7:28.a. m., rate 40
cents, arrive Anderson 8 a. m.
AU prices named are round trjp
rates. Returning train will leavo
Anderson at 6:30 p. m.*
IN GOOD CONDITION
Welch Avenuo Has Been Put In Flral
Cl KS Simpe.
City Eng'neer Sanders last night
announced that the extension of
Welch avenue, tho road leading Into
the city 'rom Williamston, hart been
put in first class shape. A force ot
hands and teams have ?been busy
dragging and scraping tho road, and
lt Is now in good condition.
Boys, go to Cox Stationery
j Co. for your tops.
Thc College Glee Clab will
give a concert in the cole ge andi*
terium ?Vj?cnday evening April 10,
The program will bc varied and
interesting and those who haye
not heard the Glee Club will do
well to avail themselves of
opportunity. The price of ticket*
is 25 cents. ,
MEET ME ?j
Anderson County Fair
April 0 and 7
jBenefit Eik's Cuarit^FuTTdl
200 tocal People
Miniature County Fair? Songs, Dances,
Comedy und Specialties
.Everybody else'will ne there, so
wpy Not Tool*
Priee?: 2Sc, S0c 75e and $1-09
Tickets reserved Wednesday Apri? 5
at Theatre. *
Big Auto' Parade will start from
Elk's Horre at 4 p.' ra; Thursday and
parade the entire (own.
For Growing Girls
New lot White Canvas Rubber Sole Walking Shoes for
growing girls just received.
A $2 Value Here Tor
GEISBERG BROS. SHOE CO.
Tinter MiiHonlc Temple ' Shoes Timi Satisfy
The man who ex
pertinents comes back to Firestones.
The man of experience sticks to Fire
stones. Graduate now into Ihe exper
ienced class who enjoy ?
MOST MILES PER DOLLAR
See the Firestone man and find out-why you
can get this extra service nt average cost.
Automobile and Motorcycle Tires,
Tubes and Accessories
Todd Auto Shop
Dainty affairs, seem
ingly too dainty for
what they were in
tended. You'll find,
though, thc service,
the i^??ty, the style,
the fit-all that you
could desire. Geor
gette Crepe s-in
coral, flesh, peach,
$6,00 to $8,50 Esch
Crepe de Chines-in white and
gray at ?6.00. You'll want one the
minute you lay your eyes cm them,
but you'll have to be in a hurry.
For Ladies; another new one on you; so far, at least, as to
other stores showing them. Very serviceable and pretty-1;
just the things for all outdoor sports and street wear. ' ,
Solid White Soisette Shirts.
W|?>. %$e*te,; stripe.^\tfin?|^.-.v^H
Sport Stripe Madras. . . ... v.$14H>
Of Course, if its new, its always lier?.
The Daylight Store