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BY MRS. C. S. SULLIVAN AND
MR. W. W. SULLIVAN OF
WILL COST $15,000
Property in Greenville Recently
Purchased to Bc Improved?
Work HUJ Been Started.
Jamison ami Morris, contractors of
(]ii'fii\Hie, have secured tin.- cont rael
I?I . building a three story warehouse
ntnl iemodoling ihr I!?rr building In
ii; renville, th? II wa rd having been
i;. -i< by Mrs. c. s. Sullivan und
M.-. \v. \v. Sullivan of Mts city. Th*?
ai ? iinccmcnl was made yesterday I
by Mr. VV. w. Siillfviui. and n
> -i rt eil that work hud already ?tar'
ll will hu walled that recen tty
M;f?. <'. S. Sullivan and Mr. W. W.
Still*vu?: |j:ircliahi>(l property in Green
viii.?, known as 111? Marr property, ;. '
a rosi around $4*1.000. it was s:ai< !
iii the lime Ihat the property wctihl
he Improved and would lu- the home
ct Ilia Siilllvan-MarUley Hardware
The wa rehouse will hav<' tliri ??
stories, will have a 50 feet front hiring
Xnrl'i street, and will be tiO feel deep.
Tills will be II modern ware room In
The Harr building is to he com
plexly remoil' led and will haw a :;o
foot front facing Main street and
will be 120 feet deep, willi two stories
ami ?L basement. This will be the
nales department for the company.
?Moth building* will he equipped
with tho mm;t modern convenience:'
They will have electric elevators, '
steam healing plants, sprinklers, etc I
Hot ll are lo have fronts finished with
w he pressed brick, und will bo nu
pretty and np to dato UH any that
can be found In Greenville.
Tho new huthllug and the remode'?
lng of the old one will mean nn ex
penditure of ahout' $l"i.00O.
Mrs. ll nilgen s netter.
Tho many friend? of Mrs. W. A.
lltidgens will he pleased to learn tiri I
?lu? has rnenvored from her recent i'l
110?? and ts able to he at her work
The College Glee Club will
give a concert in the colege audi
torium Monday evening April 10,
The program will be varied and ?
interesting and those who have
not heard the Glee Club will do;
well to avail themselves of thia'
opportunity. The price of tickets
is 25 cents. I
"Brightest Spot In Town"
Frances X. Bushman and
"MAN AND HIS SOUL"
BETTER KIND OF MOVIES
- "Where Qn?
Shirts. Ties. Glove
make you stand on
proved and tba: gb
and the PORI to yoi
tf you buy here.
Your Easter Suit
made to you
We are tool
BASEBALL GAMES BE
PLAYED IN ANDERSON
WILL HAVE FIRST ONE ON
TUESDAY OF ENCAMP
? i i ?
ONE WITH AUBURN
Is Available if Anderson Wants it i
-Other Games Will Also I
Be Staged Here.
In conversation willi Mr. H. Ci
Fitzgerald, nec**tury <>r tim elianibt*r|
of rom nu-ITO, I'rof. J. M. dun t :>f '
('lomson college yesterday morning
stated ililli IK- was making arrange
ments tor a baseball game lo bo
pluyoj in Anderson on Tuesday of
. m anipulent week, which would prob
ably he between Clemson und Krakln?',
or I'iemsun and Purumu.
i'rof. (?ault also staled that And??
Koii could Bemire :i baseball game b? -1
tween Clemson and Auburn on .May
ii tho people ot' this (Itv wanted it.
Auburn is scheduled to play Clem
eon ul Clemson on .May ii and 0, ami
Hie last grime will In all probability
be played In Anderson. These two
teams are two of the strongest unions
the colleges of the south, and doubt
less a contest between them would ! <?
a spleri lid exhibition of baseball.
Negotiations have been started io
switch other of Clemson games t>
Anderson. Clemson will play Trini.v
college nf Duruiam, N. C., on two
day:, early in May and lt ls very prob
able that one of therfe will he
brought to Anderson.. Trinity col
lege hair the reputation of getting out
one of tile best teams in the Bolt til.
In addition to tito above games, t ie
t'nivcrstty of South Carolina and
Clemson have two games scheduled
in Anderson on May 12 and Cl.
Plans are underway to have a base
ball park established In North Ander
son, and it ls understood this will be
ready for tho first Clemson game,
FOR CORONER JOB
Well Known Young Newspaper
Man of This Section Makes
Mr. B. li. Graves of the Belton
Journal has announced fiat he will
be n candidate for the omeo of coroner
of Aiulerton county In the comings
primary. Mr. Graves said ho made
his announcement at tho earnest soli
citations of his frlendB, but now tint
ho ls In tho race ls determined lo
make every effort to he elected.
Mr. Graves ls well known In this
section. He has been in tho news
paper business for eleven years and
tn that capacity has made .many
friend?. He promises, If elected, to
faithfully fulfill the duties Incidtm
to t'iat office.
WELL KNOWN HERE
Ti* Key. C. E. Burts "ndriwent |
Operation in Columbia.
The many friends of tho Rev. C. (
E. Burts, pastor of the First Baptist 1
church In Columbia, and who ia weil
known in Anderson, will be Interest
ed In learning that he underwent uri
operation for appendicitis in a Co
lumbia hospital on Wednesday and ls
Boys, go to Cox Stationery
Co. for your tops..
Moone Vines at Fant's Book
Store-on sale today.
ts, Hats, etc., that
t from the crowd- '
are instantly op
re yod distinction
ll IP no moro
r individual mens
Icing for you
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OF THE CHAUTAUQUA
CONTAINS NAMES OF MANY
WELL KNOWN AMERI
BEGINS APRIL 29TH
And Will Continue Through May
6-Lectures, Music and Other
fletalIvil nroxrams for the big
Redpath ch'tut?iKimi which lii'uin;
on April L".? nilli contine? ?; thrungli
May ?;. have been received in An
derson. They runtahi the mime*
of many w ll knoivn artists, and
many who have Be?*n copi?? of Hi?
program slate that they believe tho
chailtauqmi will Ito better this year
( i.py of l'rogr>ni.
The following is a copy of thc
program in detail:
Introducto.*)' .-.v? rises.
Grand concert. Killarney Girls.
Childi en's Hour. "American I *i r<l -
in Story Land."- Miss nixie Robin
son. A dial SH ion ?i cents; children
Saturday K ven lng.
Concert. Killarney Cirls.
Lecture, "The Man Who Can."
William Ilalney Dennett.
Admission 50 cents; children l't
Children's House: 'Thc Why
Stories."-.Miss Dixie robinson; nd
mlsslon cent:.; children l? ccu;. .
Grand concert. IVeathcrwnx Broth
ers; admission ".5 cents, children 15
Memlay - livening.
Concert, Wcathcrwax Unit hera.
Lecture, "Popular Science (Demon
strations."-Montrnvlllo Wood, ad
mission 50 centc; children 25 cents.
Children's Hour, "Stories from
tho Classics."-Misa Hi^ie Robin
Morning lecture, "Shakespeare's
Teachings on Money"-Th?. Mer
chant of Venice, "-lt. IC. Kl..ie; ad
mission 25 cents; children 15
Lecture, "Tho New Orient ard
Its [.elation to the t'nited Stato.i."
Ng Poon Chow; admission :t."> cents''
children l? cents.
. "In the War Zone"-A classic
comedy. "Tho Lidy of Gray
Crables."-iParlsh Players; aebnir.
sion 50 cents; children 25 cents.
Children's Hour, "Folk Tale.i
From Different Nations."-Miss Dix
Morning Lecture, "Shakespeare's
Teachings on Ambition"-Macbeth, lt.
K. P. Kline; admission 25 cent.?;
children ir? cent:/.
Grand concert. Sebum mn Ge' i
tct.; Admlsr'on :t.*> cents; c.i!!.'.
ron ir> cents.
Concert. Schumann Quintet.
Lecture. "Tho Forces Tin t Make
Cities."-Allen D. Alter, adm' -
sion r>0 cents; children 2."i cetits.
Chlldrent- Hour, "Stones nf
Laughter"-Misa Dixie Robinson.
Morning Lecture, "Shakespeare's
Teachings on Action."-Hamlet -lt.
BJ-, "P. Kline; admission 25 co:?:.-;
children 15 rents.
Interpretative Roadlo??. "Sevci
Oaks."-Everett Kemp: admission 5
cents; children 15 cents*.
Grand Concert, White Hussars;
admission 50 cents; chpldFCB 25
Children's Hour, "Tho Hollow Tro.?
Stories."-Miss -Dlslo Roblncon.; a?i
m!??!on 25 cents; c-mtdfeii 15
Lecture. "My Wild Bird Guests"
Ernest Harold Baynes: admission
HR cents; children 15 cents.
Bird Masque, "Sanctuary" and Pag
eant; admllslon 50 cents;' children
Lecture. "The World We Live Sn"
Dr. E. T. Hagerman; ndmlsplbn .'.5
cents; children 15 cents.
Song rocllnl. Julia Clauasctt.
prima douna. contralto, Chicago
Grand Opera Co., Resisted by Piene
llenrotte. concert meister. Chicago
Qraud Opera Co.. Marcel Chnrller,
conih'.ctor. Chicano Grand Opera
Co.; admlsston Sl.OO; children -50
RftOflOV BERATING SOCIKTY
Regular Wc0kL Debite Will Re Held
Tho residents of Firogon mill? v>l-?
l?ge have organised a debating so-j
clety. They will hold regulair week
ly meetings, every Thursday night in
the hall over tho store. At the meet
ing tonight the subject: 'Resolved,
That Preparedness ls Essential to
Peace nf the United States.' Will be
debated. Good speakers have been
selected for both sidos .of the . ques
tion and lt promises to be very tnte.*
et/llng. The oublie ls cordially invit
ed to attend the meetings.
Boys, KO to Cos Stationery
Co. for your tv8?
ANNUAL FIELD DAY
EXERCISES BEGIN THIS
MORNING AT 10:15 AT
Will Bc in Anderson Today for
T e Annual Field Dav exercise*
will be bold lu Andersen today, be
ginning this au,rnlm: al 10:1 Ti at
Anderson college. Hundreds of
school children and other visitors
will be in the city today for the.-,e
exercises, this being one of the most
prominent day." on tin* school cal
endar. Tin? Intelligence;* will on
5-'atai,l:ty morning print list of
valions events and the winners In
fornpl"lc Program Field ??ny.
All the literary events will taite
place at the college ia th.* 'nomine,
and in .North Anderson, the athle
tic events will be held in Hie af
ternoon. In the following pro
gram, the numbers refer to tin
j numbers on the doors ol' Hw rooms a
! the college.
lu: ir? to 11:15-Spelling: (iroup 1.
room lux, judgea, Mrs. Carrie Pat
rick. Mrs. A. I.. Smothers, Mrs. A.
M. Sharpe; manager. Mr. Haw
kins. Hroup 2, room 203, Judges.
Mrs. .1. I. Brownlee, Mrs. J. lt
I Vandlver. Ur. Hanna. Group
room 206. judger, Dr. Dodge. Dr.
Watson. Mr. Prince, manager. Mr.
11:1.". lo 12:15-Arithmetic. Group
1. room lu:!, judges. Mrs. Kinari!, Mr.
Paget. Mr. Wright; manager, Mr.
linshardt. Group 2, room K'S, judges
Dr. Dodge. Mr. Prince, .Mrs. Van
dlver; manager Mr. t'amak. (iroup
:*. room '-'UT, judges, Dr. Frazer, Mrs.
Patrick, Dr. Watson; manager, Mr.
11:1(1 to 1 : Ou-Oratory. ?oys and
girls, room auditorium, judges, Dr.
White. Dr. Alexander, Kev. Hood;
managers. Camak and Chambers.
12:15 to 1:00-Funding. Group 1.
room io:'.; judges, Mrs. sharpe, Mrs.
Smethers, manager,' Mr. Hawkins.
Group 2, room 101?, Judges1. Mrs. Van
Diver, Mrs. Kinard; manager. Mr.
ll an nu. Group ?I, room 2U2, Judge?.
Mr. Padget. Mrs. Patrick; manager.
Mr. Bushardt. Group I. room 203,
judges. Dr. Watson. Dr. Dodge; man
ager. Mr. Camak. Group 5, room 200,
judges. Mr. Wright. Dr. Frazer;
manuger. Mr. Chambers. Grup fi,
room?tt07; judges. Mr. Prince. Mr.-..
Brownlee, manager. Mr. Chambers.
1:00 to 2:00-Dinner. A pine? has
been arranged in the grove at the
college for those who have brought
dinner wlt-i them. Award of medals
to the winners of the literary events.
No one will be allowed bo ac
cept more than one medal; In CHSO
of winning more than one, the con
testant bus choice of medals, the
other medal to go to the second
2:30 to 4:30-Athletic events !n
North Anderson. 100 yard dash
Judges, .Judge Nicholson, Mr. Otis
Mallison, Dr. John Major; manager.
Hawkins. Shot put-Judges, Mr.
Thompson, Dr. Smet'.tcrs, Mr. Lousl
Anderson; manager. Mr. Chambers
Bunning High Jump-Judges. Mr.
King, Mr. Hubbard, Mr. Duckworth;
manager. Mr. Bushardt. Girls' ball
throw-Judges. Mr. Bartou, Mr. An
derson, Mr. Duckworth; manager
M)r. Uushardt. 220 yard dash
Judges, Dr. Major, Mr. Thompson.
Mr. Mattison, manager. Mr. Bus
hardt. Boy's ball throw-Judges.
Mr. Hubbard Judge Nicholson, Mr.
King, manager Mr. Chambers.
Bunning Broad Jump-Judges. Mr.
Barton, M.*. Anderson, Mr. Duck
worth; manager. Mr. Hawkins.
Flag Race-Judges, Dr. Major, Mr.
"Thompson, Mr. Mattison; manager
Mr. Kaiwklns. Pole * vault-Judges.
Mr. Hubbard. Mr. King, Judge
! ,\'le".!olson; manager, Mr. Camak.
Milo Rftiny-.iiuiir?'?. nr. Smethers,
I Mr. iMarton. Mr. Anderson; mannaor
j 4:30 to 5:00-Delivery of medals
j Tho same rule applies to the wln
' nlng of medals as was used '.n the
i morning events; only one medal to
! a contestant.
Thc following persons and firms
I have contributed medals: G. F. Tot
! ly and Sons; Dimu Savings Bank. The
Fretwell company. \V. H. Keene and
Co., Citizens National Bank. W. S.
Beaty, Mgr.. Anderson Machine and
Foundry company. W. L. Rrlsscy.
Peoples Bank, BurrlBs Shingle com
pany, Marchbanks and Babb, Petro
leum Oil company, A. L. Todd, two
The following have contribute*
cash or orticlor ns indicated, W. A.
Power. Frank Johnson, Parker and
Bolt. Anderson Hardware company.
Tvans Pharmacy No. 3, Llgon and
I.edtetter, Sullivan Hardware Co..
Gophers Shoe Co.. R. W. Trlbble, P..
A. Mayfield. Wood Shoe S-'.iop. Dex
ter Grocery company, Davis Bros.,
B. O. Evans. Leon L. Rice. Ors. J.
IO. and J. C. Sanders, Rubonsteln's
Store, The Lesser Co., J. L. E.
Jones. Ask Dugan Why, O: H.
Ball'js, Tate Hardware Co.. Kress.
Cz. VI. M?nor. Southern Publl; Utl
Htlev Co., an electric iron, . Rufus
Fant and Son, a vaulting pole, City of
Anderson, Piedmont Cafo."
Arrangements have been mode for
the comfort or tho visitors while in
the. city; .w,ater will be at the con
venient place at the epilogo just to
tho rear ot the western passage,
hitching posts have been placed on
the same side farther bael;, visitor*
will please not hitch to the trees, but
1 )?d it ever
c*;i I * * it costs ji
The same j'
what vou j/et
I'arker & Ho
held :i high P?
if you want in
a suit of cloth
ta tho posts; in the grove nt the J
back of the college is a n'ce place for I
thoid who have brought dinner, to
arrange for eating.
T.'.e cars will be ready for those' j
who wish to go from the college to ,
North Anderson; these cars will BO,
directly from the college to the
athletic field without any charge, j
For the benefit of those teachers
interested the sewing and manu?.! I
training work" will be on exhibition j
at the Kennedy street school from t
? to 12 o'olock.
Dr. Singleton H re cd in ?tas thrown
open the doors of St. Mary's hos
pital In North Anderson for the
care of any children who may get
ill during 'ne day. and to any who
may get Injured.
For the benefit of those teachers
Interested In the sewing and manunl
training work will be on exhibition at
the Kennedy street school from 9:00
to 12:00 o'clock.
Let us make your Easter Suit.
The most beautiful line of
uaoixi val lld
ever shown in Anderson.
NOW ON SALE AT
Fant's Book Store
Anderson County Fair
April G and 7
81?RK! . "
I Benefit Elk's Charity Pond
200 Local People
Miniature County Fair. Songs, Dances,
Comedy arid Specialties
Everybody else will bo there, so
Why Not Foul .
Prices: - 25c, 50c ?Sc and $1.00
Tickets reserved Wednesday April 6 <
Dig Auto Parade will start % from
Elk's Home at A p. m. Thursday and
parade the entire town.
Clothes at Sensible
occur to you that when yon go to some "Iheatri
;ist as much to see a "failure" as it does to see a
irinciple holds good when you purchase a suit of
liter you are disappointed <>? overjoyed ?villi
the oust remains the sume.
> one, therefore, to consider well a store like
lt's, whose offerings, season after season, have
isition ?ti the esteem iii* the well dressed.
(mount yon have decided to invest in your Sprint,
>, $12.50, $15, $18.50, $20,
value every cent that it is possible lo crowd into
?es, we're prepared for you.
All Colors and in every size
25c and 50c Pair
Sends us another half dozen of those pretty city hats that
ile. knows so well how to make. These are simply, but
tastefully tailored shapes-large and small.. Colors, black
and blue. , i nia A ?
You'll be delighted with their goodness in every way, just
as you are always delighted with something that's newer and
ON THE WAY
a shipment of popular priced semi-dress hats; that is, hats
selling from SS.00 to $9.00.
We hope to have them for Saturdays' selling. They are
worth waiting to see. These come from another dandy
manufacturer-we'd tell you who, but we're afraid to,
'cause goodness knows we have a hard enough time now
trying to keep these houses from selling other stores. You
see we are particular-some of the manufacturers say we
are cranky-but we don't mind, so long as you are being
We want your next bill.
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