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WADE A. SAIs
BE IN RACE
HE OFFICIALLY ANNOUNCED
AFTER MUCH CON
Native of Anderson, Graduate of j
Clemson and Widely Con
Mr. Wade A. Sanders officially an-|
ncunrcH In this Issue of Thc Intel!!
cancer his ound'diey for the office of j
tho mayor of the city of Anderson.
This announcement comes ns a sur
prise to many voters throughout Hie I
city, ulthrjgh thoso who have been!
keeping in oioso touch with the poli
tical situation of tho city for tho pa'?
two days expected Mr, Sanders' to de
cide lo make tho race.
Mr. Handera determination to rnn|
lor tho office of mayor wan made up
on Die solicitation of numerous!
frlcndn who have approached him up
on tho matter wltl\in tho past two|
days, urging him to enter the race
and pledging their support, lils en
tronco into the mayor's ruco will
douhtlefrj edd a great deal of Inter
est, and many predict that the con
A HT A roil I?
AH lindi in the Great Haturdaj
M Taning ?V'St Sff?n? Sierjr
"brightest Spot la Town"
"THK CliRMKNfRAP CASE*
BETTER KIND OF MOVIES
A most sightly styled oxford
Unusual fitting qualities ; Sn?
prop-shank, English heat, corre
ly tapered to?;
. .Extreme neatness ir. finish th;
;bw?. '. ?
Plas? In black or tah. Ot!
styles tn button or lace, black a
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S D. BULLA, D.
' test for this oin ce will lie a close one,
Mr. Handera IH a native Anderson
ian and If one of the most widely eon
nented men I . ?hl? erection Receiving
his early education In tho nubile
schools of Anderson, ho later attended
''lernson college from which he was
graduuted In 1 ??00 In tho chu engi
neering department. After complet
ing his course he wont Io New York
< liy where he was engaged with the
Pennsylvania railway in connection
with the!;- subway department. After
working in New York for three years
ho went to Montuna where he was
tesldent engineer for a 13,000,000 elec
trical power project. After the com
pletion of this job, he went to Spokane,
Washington, where he engaged In ex
tensivo parting projects being car
ried on In that city. About, three
ycart* ago he returned to Anderson
and was engaged In private engineer
ing contracts. About 18 months ago
he was engaged as city eng'neer and
held this position to the eitisfactlon
of all parties concerned. Ile was the
engineer for tho recent street paving,
and lt was while engaged in th's
werk that Mr. Sanders demonstrated
hts splendid ability in projects of this
kind. The sniecess of the street pav
ing, from an engineering standpoint,
has been attributed to Mr. Snider?
knowledge of work of this kind.
The announcement of Mr. Sanders
entronca into the race for mayor will
be of deep interest and concern to
his many friends, who have been anx
ious for him to make the race.
Mr. Sanders will later make a
traitement In regard to his platform.
RUMORS LA RT MUHT
Just lVtint ls to Ile Experted Could
Not Re Learned.
Humors on the streets of Anderson
last night wore to the effect that
more sensational developments in
city politics were to be expected, but
Just what they were, whether there
would be more candidates for tue of
flco of mayor or for tho offices of al
dermen, could not bo oscertaino.l.
. mo SCHOOL PICNIC
Educational Dav For Roberts School
on Af,ty Sixth.
Tho Intelligencer: Plciso nllow
mo space to say that the Roberti
graded school will hold Its annual
plonic on May 6, and tho school ex
tends to the public a spec'nl request
to bo prodent. Wo have planned this
as an educational day; so every ono
como and leta have a profitable and
pleasant day together.
The following speakors have been
asked: Dr. John E. White, Dr. W.
H. Prazier, and Dr, D W. Daniels,
also Congressman A. F. Lever.
Tito exercises will bo held at Rob
C. R. Wright,
Accepted Position Here.
Mr G. A. Harris o? Atlanta, Ga.
has accepted a' position with tho Wes
tern Uri'on Telegraph oin ce, th's, be
ing made .vacant because of the re
signation of Mr. Charlie Townsend.
Mr.' Townsend ts now relief manager
for this district with headquarters In
Charlotte, N\ C. He ls at present lu
ect 450 men in the
D., of Nashville, Te
PEOPLE ALONG TWO LOWER
ROUTES ARE VERY EN
For Subscriptions and it Seems
That . the Amount Needed
Will Be Readily Raised.
A meeting of (he railway extension
committee of chamber or commerce
und those interen.ed In the Starr and
Holland'? store route for tho Ander
son-Atlanta railway was held yet.'er
day morning In tho roon:? or the
chant' >r of commerce, about 20 heine;
1 pres( '.. I'ho meeting was called nt
the < Ugat'on of Mr. J. L?. Murphy,
who >.ish?d to get thone ulong thc
proposed routes together in order to
explain more fully to them the pro
portion and the Importance of secur
ing tho subscriptions.
The meeting was a very interestliiK
one. numerous questions about thc
routes and tho proposition being ask
ed and answered ThoBe along each
routo aro very much interested in the
proposition, und aro going -to do their
utmost to secure the railroad.
(Mr. J. L. Murphy will go to Starr
this morning where ho will be met by
Mr. C. Jones and these two will te
cure subscriptions from the people in
that neighborhood. Mr. Jones Kt nt ed
yesterday that the people of Starr were
thoroughly aroused over the project,
and were more thnn anxious for their
route to bo selected.
Tt seems that there ls going to be a
great deal of Tlvalry between tho??
who li*o along the two rcutes to
seo who will be ablo to raise $ti.">,0(M
first, since it appears that it will tnko
thia amount to complete the $170.000
ashed from Anderson county. The
gentlemen in Anderson yesterdny
atated that they were going to get
right to work to secure tho remain
ing amount, and that they expected to
completo tho canvass within the next
The proposition which wll bo put
to the people along the routes ls the
same aa was put to the citizens of
Anderson and there ia no douht bu:
that lt will appeal to those who are
most HiuplciouB about tho success ?r
final result of the project. The ,>r ?
motors of the road are askln? : r. :
the people along the route subscrit ;
to the first mortgage bonds, inter?s ;
at five per cent ,tho money to be pc M
for' these not to be duo until ?O dr vi
after the first train ls run over the
road. Also, lt one sees three years
from now that lt will bc impossible
for hun to pay tho entire ame tnt of
the bonds subscribed' for. ho will o
released from tho obl'gatlon by paying
one-fourth ot the amount subscribed.
The agreement also states that un
less the road is completed within three
years after tho first actual work be
gins, the subscriptions are worthless,
io lt is no Indefinite agreement that ia
being entered into
The people behind the p eject mean
business, and anyone who ha; nike?
with Mr. Murphy realizes this. It is
however, necessary that tho people
subscribe to the bonds, and thc can
vasa along the routes from Anderson
to the river will be put on today and
tomorrow with all alacrity possible
Will ile Held at H.t. Bethel ( horeb
Meeting Ne. 2.
Program of Union meeting /No. 2, dt
Mt. Bethol Saturday before the fifth
Sunday in April.
Introductory sermon by Rev. .Mr.
Alderman, pastor of First Baptist
church, Belton. 8, C.
Organization. 12:30. Dinner at
How to deal with the absentees A.
F. Carwlle, W. L. Mitchell and Rev.
Mr. Foster, pastor of Little Fiver
-Have the churches ot the present
day departed from the Bible doctrine
and practice. Rev. E. S. Reeve's,
R?v. N. G. Wright, and J. J. Clink
Missionary sermon Sunday at 11:30
by Rev. Mr. Foster, pastor of Bark
er's, Creek Church; br Rev E. 8.
Pastor and. deacons of Mt. Bethel
church. " . * "' r
Mr Tote Announces.
Mr. john Tate announces tn this is
sue ot Th? Intelligencer his candidacy
for re-election as Alderman trenn
Ward 4. Mr. Tate's TOCO rd is a good
ono. ead his many friends will be
pleased to leam that he ts desirous ot
serving the people ot his ward again.
ti 'i i- i .i .??
Ph Hat bea Class to Meei.
The Senior Phltathea Class of tho
F?^'. Baptist church will meet On
Wednesday afternoon at.four o'clock.
Wft? "Mrs. Q, Fran* Johnson. Mrs.
O. W. Outd -and .Sim. Rufus Gaines,
at tbs horne bf Mrs. Johnson on N .
Wesley Bible Class
inn. will address th
KURTZ P. SMITH MAKES
AS CANDIDATE FOR SOLICI
TOR TENTH JUDICIAL
APPOINTED ?N 1914
When Circuit Created--Is Native
of Oconee County-Resident
Anderson Since 1904.
Mr. Kurtz P. Smith officially an
nounce* an u candidato to succeed
himself as solicitor of the tenth judi
cial circuit In this morning's is3iie
of The intelligencer. .Mr. Smith has
been holding this po?'Hon fo:- the past
.Mr. Smith Is a native of Oconeo
county and was educated In the public
school? of that county. Later he at
tended the University of Michigan
and gradu?t ed in the class of 1904 at
the University of Indianapolis. After
being admitted to the bar he located
in Anderson and began the practice
of law. For six years he served An
derson county In the state house ot
representatives being first elected in
1?07. For two succeeding times he
offered for re-electton and wns sent
back by big majorities After serv
ing three terms he declined to offer
hir.'self as a candidate for the four
te. ... In the meantime he built up
a lurgo and lucrative practice and
was soon recognized as one of An
derson's foremost attorneys.
Mr. Smith was appointed solicitor
of the circuit in May. 1014. when the
now circuit was created, this being
necessary because of the congested
criminal dockets. During the first
year he disponed of all the continued
cases and since has kept the dockets
cleared. He has shown a sincere de
sl/o to see that every defendant re
ceived a fair and impartial trial and
at the same time to'-he a fair and im-,'
partial officer in the 'dischare of his
duty. In the two years that he has
boen soliciter he has handled sonic- of
the most important cases1 ever tried
in Anderson and Oconee counties und
has beep highly successful. As so
licitor he has a record of which the
beru can feel justly proud, und on this
record he will go before 'the people
isk'ng to be continued In office as he
has only held lt two years.
Being n native of Oconee county
and a resident of Anderson for the
past 1? years. Mi'. Smith 1B one of
the most widely known men in the
circuit. He is nsking the votes of the
people of these two counties and will
doubtless receive the warmest sup
PEACEFUL EASTER SCENE
IN LOCAL STORE WINDOW
MUCH ADMIRED TUESDAY
A mlrrowod lake, ducks floating
lazily around on it. grass qf lustrous
verdure on every aid? and reaching
to the'hil Heading out of the valley,
: heathes of oats, heavily topped sit
ting sunnily on each side of the vue
ley, ls 'tho scene portrayed by Smith.
Garrett & Borton in the window of
their haberdashery on Main street.
The artistic arrangement is due to tho
efforts of Mr. Barton, -who spent the
entire afternoon yesterday In plan
ning and' setting out this attractive
Tho window would br- a credit to
any gents' furnish.^ g -house In the
south, and Mr. Barton ia to be con
gratulated upon this splendid job ot
window dressing. The'Window attract
ed much attention late yesterday and
wan admired by quite a number or
. NOTA BL F DRAMATIC .
"Shakespeare^ Lover*" to Be Pre
sented by Student!? Anderson
Everything Is In -readiness at An
derson college for. the plays to be pre
tended by the ?:udents on : Friday
evening, -which is anti tied "Shakes
peare's Lover*." Special Elizabeth
an -costumes have -boen ordered end
they have arrived./ The students are
rehearsing daily and it is said that
this will be one ot the best enter
tainments ever presented by the col
lege. The stage ia to be decorated
like out of doora and the performance
win be very artistic."Deathless tho
largest attendance of the season.-will
bo present on Friday evening. Fam
ous love scenes from Shakespearean
dramas will be presented.
Bregon Mill DeinoeraUe Club.
' The Brogorv mill Democratic club
will meet at One o'clock D'., m.. April
22, for tho purnoao of electing, dele
gates io the county convention, ind
to dispose of any other business that
may come before the-club -
- iL L, Ward.
, Prudent,-. .
i. / . .?.V'.v , ;-.
5 at St. Johns Easter
e class, and YOU, J%
TENNIS I0BHS |
ARE BEING PLANNED!
HIGH SCHOOL TEAMS TO
PLAY BELTON AND
To Select Local Team Will Begin
Today--Wpfford School to
Be Played Also.
Preliminaries will beg'n today to
choose representatives front the city
Behools to play a series of tennis tour
naments' with Belton. Greenville and
Wofford Fitting school. Mr. and
Henley is manager of tho local team.
A few* days ago the Greenville
schools were challenged. As a result
a team from that city will come to
Andorcon within a few days to play a
tournament hore. Later a Becond
one will be played in Greenville. If
these two do not dec.'de the champion
ship, a third tournament will be play
ed in a neutral city.
A team from the Anderson schools
will go to Belton the latter part o?
this week to play a team from the
high schools of that place.
The tournament with Wofford Fit
ting school has* not yet been urranged,
bu: tho Fighters have been approach
ed by the manager from Anderson and
a series of games will likely be play
THE CLEMENCEAU (ASE.
Featuring Theda Hara To Re Shown
nt HIJou Today
Iza's sinister beauty and its fatal
effect on the lives of two noble men
form the main plot of The Clemenceau
f?ase. Pierre, her husband, whom she
o^sts off for Constantin Ritz, she
leaves with his career as a talented
sculptor blasted forever. In turn she
toys with the infatuated Ritz, shat
tering his hopes, ambitions and home
But Pierre saves Ritz against him
self. With heroic self-s?erifice he al
lows h/mself, apparently, to fal lonee
more under iza's spell. He mee:s her
In her oriental boudoir. As Rite press
es her false lipB to Plerret' he stabs
her to the heart just as Ritz enters
"I have saved you for your wife, *
says Pierre calmly as he telephones
for the police. "As for mc, Iza killed
my heart years ugo."-Press notice.
Give us your order early
Fact's Book Store
H<=rce Alee THE TWOj
li >J*eplBrJT? OF "-JA
pefStPfcCT g ATI S FACTION .J
FA I ft AND SQUARE
THE most powerful ?ford in the
modern, commercial vocabu
lary Is satisfaction, in <the diction
ary ot the up-to-date housewife the
words "Bervlce" anfL "BaUsf?oti?n"
are used to top tho list ofher.groc- i
cry wants. Our shop meets - these '}
requirements exactly. > For. the
"proof of the pudding.-' pay us a
'visit. ':? '
Ut U* Help Y?u Out
Orejm Cabbage, por lb.4c
New Trish Potatoes, por n? $j ?j..;.8c
2 cans Ferndell Maine Corn:... .85?
2 cans, Monsoon Peas.......... tte
Ferndell,string'Be?ns. per can lie
Ferndell Lima Beans, per can. .20c
.'Heins Pork & Beans, per can. .?Oe
8 cana hand packed. Tomatoes..2,>e
Campbell's1 Soup?; -per can;.
lr. Man, have a special invitation
Everybody's Dom* It
Everybody clean up; don't let the rubbish lie.
Everybody clean up and chase the typhoid fly.
Clean your yard with all your might.
Everybody clean up, and clean up right.
Bang! Slam! Bing!
If you want lo clean up leave no rubbish there.
Everybody does it, and every one should care.
Everybody stir about and clean up anyhow.
Everybody clean up now! Al.
And Paint Up!
The Pretty "Maid
will (ind that we are just as
well prepared to dress therrt up.
for Easter as we are the grown
ups. We've the daintiest as
sortment of the whitest dresses
you've seen in many a day
and White Batiste
trimmed with the prettiest of
laces and ribbons.
embroidered in color*-up to
?-And talking about Dresses you don'L want, to forget our. j
very excellent line of Ginghams-every one made and li int- :
med prettily, every one serviceable
Sizes 4 to 16.
Prices 50c to $3.50
White and Black Lisle and Silks, tSc, 25c and Soc, .
Pink, Blue, White, Black and Fancy Socks, 15c to 50c.
The best assortment in town, from the 5c ' pap?r affairs to
the finest Ostrich. A big variety bf Windsor Ties and cute
in many ne\v styles. Patent Leather, ii rd and Canvas,
$1*00 to $3,00
This is a.mighty good place to do all your Easter shopping
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