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LIST OF WIN
ATHLETIC CONTESTS POST
PONED UNTIL SATUR
DAY, APRIL 15
OVER 1,000 PRESENT
Literary Exercise? Held at Ander
son College Yesterday Morn
ing Were Largely Attended.
About 1,-00 Kel i uni children mid
?-cvoral hundred Visitors cniue lo An
derson yesterday lo attend Hie
events in connection with thc An
imal Field Day exercises, although
Hi" weather was very disagreeable
I tad Hie dav been a good one, douM
Ir : r. Lite attendance would ave been
ttotioN' what l! was. The rain pr?--I
vented the holding of the uthlatir
eon 11 ?ts. and it was announced yes
torday that these would he hHil lu
North Anderson on Saturday, April ?
lu, beginning at 11:30 a. in.
Tho literary contests were held at j
Anderson college yesterday monti.ig
lind were largely attended. Tho un
;>'1H of tho various schools made nit
exceptionally good showing, tiivir,
. general behavior being splendid, and
all showing tho proper amount nf In-1
teiL?KI and enthusiasm. AM of ibo
contests were very interesting and
In one Instance, that of deciding tho
winner in (Iroup spelling, llie?*e
v/ero fivo trials before the winnot s
could .bo decided upon. The me lal
vas given to tho girl winning tho
3irst placo und an electric iron to
Hie girl winning second place, tlie
iron having been offered by the
Southern Public Utilities company.
Prof. C. W. Chambers of tho An
derson city schools has boen chair
man of the committee in charge ot
the arrangements for tho exorcise?.
nn<l Prof. lianna of Pendleton seer
tary. They have devoted much ot
thoir Hmo to tho nffulr, and are Se
ing > congratul?t'.j upon Its succest. ,
ilotti tites'? gentlemen wish to thank
Hie authorities of Anderson col leg i
for tho eourtoiiles shown, and alan I
tile Judges wlio so kindly gave of
Trot. E. c. McCants' service?
. were also much lu demand during
the exercises and the committee
withes to thank him for f<n greatly
j'.sHlHtlng them. The medals were
awarded by Mr. .7. B. Felton, coun
ty superintendent of education.
Mst of Winners.
Tho following is a list or Hie win- ,
tiers in the contests:
Croup I, division two. Monea Path
.-a hool. Mary Knight: nncond divis
ion five, Anderson, Gussie Pollakoi?; i
third place, division Tour, Iva, Loni*
l.roup II-FirBt. and second dl/iL
ion. I lonou Path, Ella Florence Har |
ptr; Becondi socotid division, Hnno-i i
Path, Venice OalneB; third place,
fourth division, Starr, Crace Jones, i
Group ?I.-First place, fifth'dlvis
ich. Anderson, dolla RAntSter; sot: |
rnd piuco, division three, "Hober's.
.' Robert Fl rod; third, division two. 1
Henea Path, Hertha Duu'.ap: I
Group 1-First, division four, Star-,
Kjbt? Louis Doan: second, second
divinion, Luitg Hr in i, ?lessie All!
ford- Hurd, ti. I di.-.sim. Pendle?.?I 1
S h. Wh.'Hen '
Group 2--First, division five, An- <
derson. Wlnnlo Frazer, second, div- :
islon three, Roberts, Bryson Cokor; i
thhd, division five, Anderson. Hunt- ;
ley. Casey. > i
Group :t.-First place, second di- i
vision, Bolton, Nancy Blake; second. I
second division, Belton. Ul hau i
Vaugbu; third, division three, Green <
Pond, Murray Bolt.
Group 1'.-?First, division three,
Pendleton, Sara McCreary; nocond. t
division. Anderson, Cnrollne Spear; I
third, fifth division, Anderson, Sallie t
Group 2-First, division two, Bel- 1
ton.. Fred Willingham; Becond, fifth t
division, ' Anderson, Charlotte Orr; <
i hird, fourth il i vin ion, iva, Vivian
Group First. ?ilvision five*, An
derson, TliHtna Ashmore; second,
third division, Zion, Nevin ("romf-r;
third, fourth division. Starr, Ora
Group I-First, firth division, An
derson, .Miiiy Annie Allen; second,
fourth division. Starr. Kate heit
I ?eau; third, second division. Monea
Path, Genevieve Sharpe.
Group 5- -First Place, first division,
WV 11 hun st on. Mary Hoot li; Kcconil
place, fifth division, Anderson. Wil
liam Mallison; third, fifth division.
Anderson, Margaret Trlbhle.
Group t! 'First, rift li division. An
ilerson, Dorothy Sullivan; second,
rift li division, Anderson, Claudia <>J
horne; third, second division, IIOH M
Path, Kinma Kuth Moore.
Hoy?- First. fVst division. Wii
llamatun, Byrd ivey; second, fourth
division. Iva, Meaty 1'iice; third. s?*c- I
ond division, Helton. Max Green. !
C ris-First, fifth division, All ier- 1
son. Clarice Townsend; second, first
division. William, lon. Hose Knox;
third, second division, Monea I'ath.
Summary of Points.
'Nie following shown tho ll Ulli ber
of points won by each of. tho five
Division One-Thirteen points.
Division Two--Thirty-four points.
Division Throe-Sixteen points.
Division four-Fifteen points.
INDUSTRIAL BULLETINS OF
RAILROADS SHOW IN
LIST OF NAMES
Of Those Interested May Be
Found in Offices of the Cham
ber of Commerce.
That many people throughout the
United States aro interested In pur
L'hoslng small farms In the south is
evidenced by the bulletins sent ont
by the industrial departments of all
thc lending railroads In this section.
These?, contain many names of people
who aro Interested in Investing in
small farm?, which they generally
want lor the purpose of truck, dalry
or stock raising.
These hui let ii s are received by tho
secretary of ihe chamber of com
merce, and bc will be glad to a Hov
anyone Interested in selling their
land to look over tho Hst of names
no that corespondenco may be
VIR. W. L. BOGGS SPENT THE
DAY IN ANDERSON FRIDAY
IN INTEREST "STANDARD"
Mr. W. -L. Bogga of Greenville,
who travels North and South Caro
lina tn Interest of the Presbyterian
Standard, a religious periodical of
charlotte, pi. C., was the gues-t of
Mr. T. K. Roper, business manager
af The Southern Christian Advocate,
yesterday. Mr. Boggs ls well known
Mid greatly liked In the Carolinas,
ind Js considered by the Presbyter
ians of tho two states one of Cielr
staunchest workers. Mr. Bog39
?ornes1 to Anderson every few munthy.
Indigestion nearly always disturbs
ho sleep more or less, and ls often
he cause of insomnia. Bat a light
nipper with little if any meat, and no
ullk; also take one of Chamberlain's
Tablets immediately after supper and
tee if you do not rest much better.
You thought per
haps you had coal
enough to carry you
thro?gls ans thc
cold, rainy weather
slipped up oh you?
MI want, arid appreciate the
vfw . I -'j,; "'T? .vtejft- 'lp
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REAL ESTATE GO. TO
APPLY FOR CHARTER
SUBSIDIARY COMPANY AN
DERSON REAL ESTATE
& INV'T CO.
BUYS LARGE FARM
L. S. Horton Transacted Large
Deal at Pendleton-Smith
Place is Purchased.
The (Virollna Parma company IK to
be tho name nf company Tor which
a charter ls Lo he asked for within
the next few <l:iys. and which will Ve
ii subsidiary company .of tie Ander
son !j.?al Kstate ?r'./nvestment com
pany of this city. "The company will
liuve for Its stockholders the present
?tockltolders lu the Investment com
pany, und will havi* for it? busin? ??
he purchasing of large tarina and
?utting them up Into small desirable
One of the firs! pieces of properly
to be owned by this company will be
tho Dawson mit ii Spine? place near
Pendleton. contulnlnji about :i70
leres, and which fens been purchased
h rough .Mr. I^n*is S. Horton, the
?rice being approximately $22.000.
The place ls on the Ant un and l*ob
tuon rond und between Autuii and
PRESBYTERY ON tITH
IEPORTS TO BE MADE TO
GO BEFORE THE GEN
.AST THREE DAYS
Convenes fi Piedmont on Tues
day Night and Will Continue
Tho Piedmont Presbytery will
nee-t at the Piedmont Presbyterian
burch on next Tuesday evening nt
o'clock and will last through Weti
estlay and Thursday.
Th'a ts very important meeting of
be Presbytery and doubtless there
Mill bo a full attendance. Each
burch sends one elder and all min
sters will nttend. In nil there will
ie about 15 elders anti as many min
sters. At th's meeting reports will
onto up that will be sent to tho
lenernl Assembly. The opening ser
uoii on Tuesday evenrlng will be
frenched by the Rev. I. E. Wallace
f Seneca,, the retiring moderator.
inilerson Lo dire and Miss Huck Ap
Tho Anderson Lodge of Elks alic
.liss Annie Sara Bock wisher tn
bank all thoso who !"'ive so ge?:?r
lusly and ably assisted in making
County Fair" a success. All hr.* 1
traclously given of their t ine
telp In thlB affair and for the sar.n
to are deeply grateful.
(Signed) Clyde F. Rosa.
ANSWERER 17 CALLS
.nRt Month Wtts Ilnsy .One For HIP
The report of Assistant Firo Chief
Gurman Geer shows that the dep.tr. ?
nent answered 17 calls during
lonth of Ma.^h, all entailing a total
ass of $1,105 covered by insurance.
Tho two greatest losses were tko
Peoples Grocery company and Mail
ling & Glenn on South Main strpct,
hese totaling * $1,500.
rne'ro will ne an entertainment
tooday night. March 10. at the Starr
ilch achool, to bo given by the Mout
ain Creek leal talent. Admission
se. 15 and 2sr? cents.
The proceeds to bo equally divided
letween the two scOools. The pub
ic ila cordially invited.
GOVERNMENT REFUSES TO
PAY 1-?R EXHIBITS "AT THE
SOUTH CAROLINA FAIR
(Special to The Intelligencer.)
Columbia, April 7.-Secretary
louston of the national department
>f a vir lc ul tur o in a letter to Con
fressrann Wyatt Aiken hast ruled
hat the county farm demonstration
igents can not prepare, the exhibits
or the state fair at the expense of
ive federal go vern ment. These e.x
ilbits have been Sh? life of the state
air during the pasf several yeain.
Some plan will have to be formed to
ake the place of the demonstration
Auburn Downs H ferris.
At Auburn, Alabama: Auburn t?:
Moor? Vine* at Fart's Book
i?ore-on sale today. :
Boya? |o to Cox Stationery
Jo? for your lop?.
Easter Egg Dies at Font's Book
.. I .. t- Ali.'a-Wi
ATTENTION CALLED TO
Of Different Clobs Have Charge
of Books-Places Where
They May Be Found.
li is very important for all those
who wish to vote in the approaching
city primary to seo that their named
are placed on the proper duh roll
lino)-:.", anti if not sign them in per
son. The roll hooks may ho found
v.- th the following secretaries:
Ward I.-C. Eugene Trihi.!", ar
county treasurer's office.
Waul 2.-Poster Kant, at tho Ileo
Ward :! -J. S. Acker ut county sit
Ward l- l). O. Browne, at Peoples
Ward ii-H. it. King, at Hotel, Ch l
Ward 6- Prank J. White at Cotton
Since some of f.e territory of Ward
?1 has been changed to Ward 4, ?
will he necessary for those who have
been affected by this change to re
enroll on the club books of Ward 4.
The ordinance affecting the boun
dary lines reads as follows:
Bo Ct ordained by tho City CouncM
of Anderaou, South Carolina, as fol
1. That hereafter/ the boundaries
o? Ward Four (4) cir the city of An
derson. South Carolina, B mil be as
Ward 4. Rcginniug at a poin'.
w ere the center of South Main
t/trcot ls intersected hy the boundary
lin? of the city, thence northerly
along the centre of Main street to
its Intersect 'on with Benson street on
the public otjuare. thence westerly
along the centre of Benson street to
its intersection with Jail street,
thence southerly along tho centro of
Jail street to its intersection wit'i
WeBt Markot street, thence westerly
aVmg vile centre of* .West Market
street to Whltner'a Creek, thence
along Whittier's creek to the centre
rf Mill strret, thence westerly along
the centre of Mill street to the centre
of F street, thence northerly alone,
tho centre of F street to the centre
of King street, thence westerly alon;
centro of King street to its intersec
tion with the boundary line of th?
city, thence southerly nlong. said
boundary line to beginning corner.
2. That hereafter . tho boundaries
of Ward Six (6) of said city s?mil he
as follows: . :i
Ward 6. Beginning at a. point In
the centre of King street whe:-e lt In
tersects the boundary lino of the city
on the west, thence easterly along
the centre of F street to the centre
of Mill street, thence easterly along
the centre of mill street to Whitner
creek, thence northward up Whit
tier's creek to where1 it Intersects the
houndary lino of the city, on tilt
north, thence wes'.erly along said
boundary line to the beginnine
3. That any and all ordinances, o'
unrts of sarre, inconsistent herewith
are hereby repealed.
4. That this ordinance shall take
tfiect immediately upon its pas
Done nnd ratified;in council as
sembled tills 12t'.i day of November(
A. D. HM").
OPERATE SPECIAL TRAIN
P. & N. nnd S. A. L. Will Hare
Special Out of Anderson.
"We will operate a..Bpecial train
over the P. & N. in connection with
the Seaboard Air Line for tie United
Confederate Veteran's reunion in Bir
mingham on May 15-?6-17." stated
Mr. K. W. Thom, local commercial
agent yesterday. "Tho spec'al train
will leave Anderson at 8 a. m. and
will arrive In Birmingham at 5:48 p.
m., and will be personally conduct
ed over entire trip. Seaboard equip
ment will be used from Anderson."
The survivors of Camp R. C. Pull
man, lt. C. V., in Greenville,' have
decided to use the P.' & N.. and the
Seaboard route, this being decided at
n meeting held on April 4.
MEETING HOARD TRUSTEES
Only Rout in? Mattera Re-fore School
Tra Rte es Yesterday.
The regular meeting of the board
of trustees ^ot the Anderson eily
schools was i.eld yesterday afternoon
in the office or Supt. E. C. MuCants.
Only routine matters were brought
up for attention.
Briton Vo/frs .Vote en Additional
There will be an election today In
Belton school difctrict on the question
of levying one mill 'special levy for
carrent expenses for. the period of
12 months, and one mill additional
. ._- yt /
' . Death of an Infant.
Walter Allen Chnrpten, infant son
.Of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Char pt on,
died at their home. ?o MO Bast Whtt
nor street, Toxavay^yestcrdny morn
ing. The funeral services will be
Threet edee? of ? Palm Olive
Soap FREE with * kr of
Dealers Are Making Special Easter
Showings of These Quality Hats
OU can readily understand why the Easter Season is so
pronouncedly a Stetson Season. On no day do the
Style and Quality of a Stetson score more surely than
on Easter Sunday.
In Soft Stetsons, the "Mystic,"
the "Lawnton" und the "Pace
maker' are notable.
In Stiff Hats you will like the
Stetson Comfort Derby, with the
new Stetson comfort feature, that
makes a stiff hat as comfortable as
a soft one, no "breaking-in" or
Anti for Summery weather,
there is the Tissue-Weight - a
wonderfully light Soft Stetson,
exceedingly cool and comfort
The Leading Hatters in the City are Stetson Dealer?
JOHN 13. STETSON COMPANY, Philadelphia
Headquarters also for Styleplus Clothes
Why ?onBtlPution Injures.
The bowelB are the natural sewer
age system of the body. When they
become obstructed by constipation a
part of the poisonous matter which
they should carry off is absorbed in
to the system, making you feel dull
and. stupid, and Interfering with the
digestion and Assimilation of food.
This condition Is quickly relieved by
Chamberlain's Tablets. Obtainable
f-mr ?l llt lil.lllH.il> I.PVSMU. /V
VA LaJll-s! Aik }Uur (?ru;;,. 1.1 l." />\
3% rill? .a If.d aoJ Uold artilitcVV/
?\i??! ?caird with niuo VlUioir. ^/
^ V?1 ?"' * ?*? ul her. Hi:y at y cur V
?if I>IAWI:.? it KIMI? 1'fliXfore*
\V? . ttl >e?j-nr-?in*lJe?.Saft?t,AI?*)-?Kelu;'l9
"^v-rtssip w mmmmmm RE
. The most beautiful line of
cv ?i shown in Anderson.',
NOW ON SALE _ AT
Fant's Book Store
brightest Spot in Town*
. ... ...
"THE GIRL" AND THE
A CHARLIE CHAPLIN Picture
^ R?l^DERS'5 ,
' >> ? "i i .;.n..?. , ..i.r;.?M , ,j
BETTER KIND OP MOVIES
> .-;*pe?i4f0 i ;
Battleship Gray pumps-a. new
one to be introduced by us here. .
This model is.fbund in the-most up
to-date shoe departments; in the
country. : Hand turned.
\Vhite Washable Kid. Colonial
pumps with white ivory'soles and
neds. Dull metal ornament. The
smartest wh\tc pump in town.
Both styles are $7. values but atv
being offered now for