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NATIONAL SECRETARY !
HERE MONDAY NIGHT
CAN FEDERATION OF LA
BOR WILL SPEAK
Total of About 1,000 Operative!
of Equinox, Brogon and
Cluck Are Members.
Miss (.'unvoy, of Now York, nation
al secretary of the American Federa
tion nf labor, will speak in the eourt
Imune on Monday evening at 8 o'clock
Thia will lie an ojien meeting ant
ni: a re Invited to attend.
.'lie majority of the operatives o
three mills In Anderson are now mem
hers of thia union, these hoing th?
l')i|iililOX, Oregon ami t?luck. lt I:
said that in ul 1 there are about 1,00'
Kx-Oovornor Cole L. 'Mease was ti
have been at. tho meeting but tele
phoned yesterday that it would be Im
posible for him to attend.
Tho Democratic club, known OH
Campbell's store club, will meet Sat
urday afternoon at o'clock at Camp
bell's store. This is an important
meeting and a fall uttendance is cy.
V,'. S. Anderson.
There will be a meeting of tho Orr
vllle Democratic club. Saturday after
noon. April 22 at 2:30 at the old
school house'hall. All members are
urged to attend' thia meeting, as we
propose l? reorganize the club and
transact Important business.
W. W. Scott.
Paas Ea&ter egg dyes 5c at Cox|
Asl.* right now about Fant'a lc]
"Rrlgbtest Spot In Town"
Feature Pictures mid Heebnrg ripe
REST MUSIC IN TOWN
I HUI A UT ROSWORTH
k*TJIE Y A QI II"
Aifto ??HER CIRCLE
KOA NOES X. RUSHMAN AND
"THE CLEMENCEAU CASE**
VIRGINIA PEARSON AND
?THOU A HT THE MAN*
MARY MILES MINTER
"GIRL AND THE GAME"
BETTER KIND OF MOVIES
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Waiter H. J
IF your are looking for sor
set for your dressing tab!
Here you will find a larg
silver, at just the price you wi
Our goods are of the very 1
patterns: to be found on the m
take by buying here.
If, perchance, you do not
you wjll be interested in look
IRE BUILDING AND
LOf.'iS ARE NEEDED
OR PERPETUAL SHOULD IN
CREASE SO AS TO CARE
IS GREAT SUCCESS
Have Been Tried in Many Cities
and Are Enabling Hundreds
to Own Their Homes.
8erlea No. M <>r the Perpetual
fc Loan association of thin city will
begin on Tuesday. June 20. which
makes 10 series of shares which are
now In force with more than S?OU.uOO
?<iih.se ri hod capital, giving a monthly
ncome, including interest on prev
ious loans, of more than $7,000.
lt can easily be seen thar this as
oclatlon ls increasing its assets ap
proximately $100,000 per year, less
he amount paid each year to retir
ng stockholders for retired stock. It
1 /ill he recalled that ?eries No. 1
matured .in 1912 nt which time $42,
00o were paid to stockholders. No.
2 matured in when $38,200 were
paid to stockholders. No. 'A ma
tured In the fall of 11)15 when |:18,
000 was paid to the stockholders. In
addition to these numbers of stock
holder? have received full amount
paid In by taking advantage cf priv
ilege of withdrawing from it at any
Since the organization of the per-,
pctual, approximately $500,000 have'
been loaned for the purpose of build-;
lng homos In Anderson und Anderson
When what is done In other cities
by building and loan associations is
considered, it looks as If Anderson
should huve either more associations
or the perpetual should start a series
?piarterly instead of semi-annually in
order to meet the demands for mon
ey which 1B necessary to thc future
growth of Anderson. Charlotte, N.
C., has five associations in active
operation with assets of moro than
$3,000.000 consisting of more thnn
(J.1,000 shares tn force.
It has been long recognized that
building and lonn associations are u
necessity to the growth of any city.
No corporation ls run aB economical
ly; for example, the present presi
dent and directors of the Perpetual
give their time and ability without
my remuneration. When overy wage
earner lins u building and loan pass
book, and every laboring man elthet
las his home or ?B paying for one.
Jtubtless Anderson will take rapid
tteps and will soon become a city
The Perpetual was organized in
1$K)(! and IBBUO a serlea seml-annunlly
with 1,000 shares subscribed, which
.ncans $100.000 when these shares are
?anlcd to maturity. It ls under
wood tint each series IR fully sub
scribed before the date of the flry'.
payment and that often from 100 to
00 are refused by the management
j because of their inability to care for
I't under '*.s present charter. It is
said that the Perpetual proposes an
sally date to have their charte
j'manged so that lt can take care ot
all the building and loan stock.
Just think of a lc Book Sale
FantV Book Store will hts ve om
AT ELEVEN TO TWELVE
THIRTY WE STRAT A
NEW SERIES AND
3000 CUBIC FEET OF
nettling in a real dainty toilet
le, you should visit our store.
;e selection in both ivory and
sli to pay. \
lithest quality and the choicest
irket. You will make no mis
care for a complete toilet set.
tog over our line of individual -
Keese m Co.
HELD IN NORTH ANDERSON
AND WERE GRAND
LIST OF WINNERS
Winner in Each Contest Will Re
ceive Gold Medal-About
1,500 People Were in
Tin' athletic contests In the annual
field day exercises postponed from
Friday, April 7. were held in North
Anderson yesterday, attended by
tully 1,500 people. All sections ol
the county were represented and the
teams from the five divisions were
enthusiastically aupporled. Thc
contests begun nt 11 :::o and wero fin
ished ut 3:20.
The main North Anderson road near
the ?nd of the car line was used for
the truck and lt mad o an ideal ono.
lt bad been drugged several tunea
and was in perfect condition. There
was ample room for Ute spectators on
the adjoining hill sides and they were
literally covered with people.
The Judges, starters and timekeep
ers were: Dr. J. P. Major, Dr. Wade
Thompson, Messrs. A. G. Barton,
Louis Andorson, A. C. Broyles. and
Prof. Sam Anderson. The commit
tee In charge of the events wish to
extend their thanks for their hearty
The committee in charge of the
field day exercises was composed ol
one teacher from each division as
follows: Division No. l, Fror. A. R.
Hawkins, Wi ll huns ton ; Division No.
2, Prof. J. B. Bushhardt. Honea
Path; Division No. 3, Prof. T. L.
Hanna, Pendleton; Division No. 4.
Prof. M. B. Camak, Starr; Division
No. 5. iProf. G. W. Chambers. Prof.
Chambers was chairman and Prof.
In the contests yesterday tho par
ticipants displayed training and abili
ty. The meet was decidedly the boot
ever held In Anderson, everything
token Into consideration. The win
ner in each contest received a gold
The following is a list of the win
ners, showing tho districts thpy are
from and the schools:
IOU Vtird Dash.
No. 1-Division 5, Anderson, Todd
No. 2-Division 3, Townville, Jc
No. 3-Division 2, Honea Path
220 " ?rd Bash.
No. 1.-.Div... on 3, Townville.
No. 2-WIvlslon 5, Anderson, Tod?'
No. 8-Division 2; Monea . Path.
iNo. 1-?Division :t. Roberts, Leon
No. 2-Division 5-Anderson, Jae:.
No. 3-Division 2. Honea Path, Olin
No. 1-Division 3, Pendleton. Dew
No. 2-Division r>, An?e.-ion. S. M.
No. 3-iDlvlslon 4, Anderson, Ed
No. 1-Division 2. t'nlon, Rufu.-.
No. 2-Division 3. Monea Path
No. 3-Division .?. Honea Path
" Mlle Relay.
Np. 1-Team from Division 3, com
posed of Dewey Ejrock. Pendleton;
Edward Martin. Pendleton; Arthui
.Hall Pendleton; Otis Bolt, Townville.
|S*f,,2,-'Division 5 composed of
Sonni!. Harklns, Johnson, and Haw
KJA O. "Tva.???? ?r?tH division 2 COU?
poaod of Olin TUce, Honea Path;
finarlio Cannon, Honea Path; Vevlan
Vaughn. Belton; James Monroe.
Girls Ball Throw.
No. i.-Division 2. Belton. Ruth
No. 2-Division 3. Townville, An
?No. 3-.Division 3, Townvilte, Kate
1 Thrasher. .
Running Broad il ump.
No. 1-iDlvlslon 2. Honea Path?
lame a Monroe.
No. 2-Division 3, Pendleton. Dew
cy 'O rock .
No. 3-Division f>, Andorson, Patti
No. i-?Division 3, Pendleton. Ar
No. 2-Division 3, Pendleto... nutt
. No. 3-^-pivislon 4. Starr. Romeo
?Iris Flag Race-?00 Yordu.
No. 1-Team from divinion ? ? ?
".omposod ot Mirinjo Orr. Blanche At
toway. Maybelle Merritt, Hattie <Mc
AllSter. Fruby Spearman, Ellie Chandl
No. 2-Team from division 2, com
Bsed or Katie Mae Davis, Ivey Tice.
Ule Beard, Sara 'Callahan, Bitza
McKlnnley and Mary Cannon.
No. .*!-Team from division 3.com
posed of Ailee Hall. Nancy Gaines,
Allie Whitten. liles Kia?. 'Bessie
Whitten and May Whitten.
Pointe by Divisions;
No. 1-Five points.
No. 2-Two nt points.
No. 3-Trlrty-elght points.
.No. 4.-Seven- points.
No. B-TwSttty points.
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WAR DIRT ID FILTH
"CLEAN UP AND PAINT UP
CAMPAIGN STARTS ON
Every mun, woman and child of An-1
denton will beginning tomorrow morn
ing and continuing through one week
wage war on dirt for Monday Is the1
beginning of th? "Clean lip und Paint j
Up" campaign, the purpose of which
is to make not only every home and I
ail prtiinses cleaner and neater, hut j
also lo make Anderson a more beau
tiful city. 1
it ls everyone's duty to take ?Iii.",
matter ol' cleaning up and painting up
to heart, and to their utmost to do
their part In making the campaign a
success. Your home may be u Binall
one or it may he a large one, but-that
makes no difference, it is one of the
homes of the city and the city cannot
be beautiful and a healthy place to
li.?? until everybody takes a personal
Interest and pride In his homo and
keeps lt in tiptop ord< r.
Let everyone start tomorrow morn
ing to cleaning up. and soon those
who did not start at first will catch
.the fever and hy the end of the week
a wonderful difference will he noted.
A list of prizes for the best cleaned
premises have been offered and these
will be nnblirhed In The Intelligencer
on Tuesday morning.
Cream of Chicken Soup
Beef Tongue Soute with Mushrooms
Baked King Mackerel
Roast Chicken, Giblud Sauce
Potatoes, au gratin
Raspberry Jello'with whipped
Tea Coffee Milk
April lk, 1916
MEET FOB REHEARSAL
Those Who Will Take l'art in Double
Wedding to Sleet.
All those who are to take part In
the doubln wedding which is to be
given in the opera house on April 20
under the auspices of tho Ladies Aid
Kocletv of the First Baptist church,
are asked to be present in the ball
over the Anderson theatre on Tuesday
night at R p. m., for a finnl rehears
For neat and attractive Easter
cards go to Cox Stationery Co.
Go right now to Font's Book
Store for the newest Easter cards
1 CENT BOOK SALE
Standard copyright 50c Books at lc Each
1 Book (your selection).50c
1 Book (your selection).Ole
2 Books (your selection).51c
See Window and Make Your Selection
F ANT'S BOOK STORE
TUESDAY, APRIL 18th
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J ?dj ~f'ACHARO [THR
Ifel %??l\1r ???^V^!i^S!sL "if:
To each of the first fifty customers whose purchase in our Toilet Goods department
amounts to 50c or more Tuesday, April 18th, we will present-absolutely FREE-one of
the above packages of Hudnut high class Toilet Necessities. They come beautifully arrang
ed tn a neat imitation moroccc C?M vUh button clasp and would retail for a half dollar each
BE ON T!ME 3F YOU WANT ONE
YOUR EASTER ?jgbfc
Let us help you make your Easter the most en- j ^t?^^w^?^^^""
joyable you've ever spent; that is, so far as your ^?sau< ? ^\^^^^3?^^^
clothes are concerned. We've a wonderfully well /w?^''^^'^'^
prepared stock of appropriate merchandise in all de- w/?rltf ?
partments-that was selected especially for Easter ??r nf/
selling-merchandise in the higher grades and exclti- -cs-v i?f w?f
sive styles; which always appeals to the woman of ^^^^Ifflra^ H
Our Sale of Coat Suits 1 \V /m?T y/ji
Is about the most interesting thing hereabouts; com- r^nWw sSlmJ i
ing, as it does, just a day or so in advance of "dress VMMP ll ^ ifflr
up" day, offering the very choicest of the season's ^vltflL EKU??Sr^
new garments at prices way below value. There's . ' . ^"\j?JST^^k
quite a good assortment of prettily tailored suits in f luixlw W
a variety of styles and materials. There's apt to >?^^iiSWsJ?s*^ I
be one in stock for you if you'll come Monday. ^^^SS^?J^^^
Dresses, Coats and Blouses at Popular J^^^mff^^
Prices, leo ->^IP^^\
That's really beautiful, many shipments arrive each IMBST^
week, lots of times we don't get a chane: to tell you ^?^^^^Sr I 3^
about them, lt's a good idea for you .to come in ? w?M Mr\
every time you have a millinery want, if it's not in r\k?s
stock we can get it for you without any trouble. K Tm/&i
You know, of course, R?WAK makes nothing but ^^Wl?
city millinery; then Gage, Aitken & Johnson send us ^^J?Sjs *m*^
those pretty untrimmed shapes, flowers, etc., and .??^^Mfiwr^^L
our trimmer knows how to trim them. ^ \8mj '' ^<
FANCY THINGS JSf
of every description, including many novelties not ??nETN
seen - other places in Neck we?iv ' Handkerchiefs, ' Hd's- al ? .
iery. Fans, Jewelry, etc. : : ;;J-Bl^ ' . ' >
OXFORDS . ^^^^
in the newer styles, featuring Cousin's City Shoes*- '^J^^' '"" ' ^^\*V:
Black, White and Gray Kid, and Patent Leathers up f "-'-^ ' ' ^^^""""'^
to 36.00. We*d-like to haye the chance of filling . Ir*l .'(qji'.',
your every Easter want. We think we can-try if. Ll J '" ll li
MOORE- WILSON CO. >S W
m^m^ : \ Y
SPECIAL-$1.25 worth of Dr. Blah's Cucumber , V_v /. J
Cream for $1.00. : ^^^^^-T^^F^ '