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PARADE OF CADET
STREETS PACKED WITH PEO
PLE WHO WERE MUCH
PASSED IN REVIEW
Cadets Marched Down North
Main Street, West Side of
Square and South Main
Several thousand ixMipli? yesterday
afternoon viewed the parado or tho
clemson cadets. Tho afternoon was
ari Ideal one, and tho streets In the
hil'-lnesH district were parked with
Tim cadets loft tim camp shortly
before ii o'clock and reached North
Main nt th?> Intersection of Greenville
street ut aboirt .". o'clock. They
matched down North .Main, around
the went side of the square, down
.South .Main street Just beyond River
Ktr??l and then on hack up South
Main, passing In review before .May
or J. M. Godfrey, Commandant
Jone* and Col. P. K. McCully,
Lieutenant Colonel of thc First South
Caroline. rudiment. They Uien
marched on back to ('ump Cumi..ings
by the same routo they came down
The parade entered the Square
yesterday afternoon led by Com
mandant Jones, accompanied by
Oapt. J. M. Jacknon and 'Capt.
p? Ft. Wallace, members of his
Htnff. These wero followed iby the
Owing to tho fact that the streets
were, too narrow for the cadets 'to
march In companlee. they marched
In platoon?, which divided the com
panies into halve:;. There were
three bataillons and .these wero led
OH follows; The first by Major E,
H. Agnew and l.t. Adjts. L. B. Can
non and lt. J. Odom; the second by
J!ujor A. B. Carwllo and Lt. Adjts.
J. D. Kendricks and H. S. Mc
Connell; tho third by Major E. C.
Acker and Lt. Adjts. W. P. Wright]
and K. A. WiHllauiB.
The showing mado by the cadets
wan Indeed a creditable ono and all
who saw tho parado wero very much
Impressed with their training which j
was so well manifested, by theil'
inarching. Their cnrrlago was very I
good and many favorable and enthuB
lasfc rcniarkt1 were heard on all
Tho etreeta woro kept cleared yes
terday afternoon by tho police, Chief ]
Samnions und Capt. Bell riding In
front keeping the crowds back.
"Brightest Spot In Town**
Ann Murdock and Richard
"CM TAIN JINKS OF THE
BETTER KIND OF MOVIES
In Floor Oils,
are steadily increasing. There
'are many reasons for this, but
we attribute the business in
these lines largely to the fact
that customers are ?hvays
able to find here just what
they .want and can buy just
the 'quantity! desired-.
Phone us your needs.
ANOTHER OPEN AIR
DANCE FOR CADETS
WILL BE GIVEN ON FRIDAY
EVENING OF THIS
TO RAISE FUNDS
All Local Gentlemen and Other
Men Not Cadets Will Be Re
quired to Pay Dollar
Tho open air dance Lo be given
Friday evening for tho Ctenison col
lege cadets will lie a subscription
dance for those attending in civilian
clothes. Local gentlemen and any
others but cadets attending
the fun!clon will he expected to
purchase ticket? for the nominal ?um
of $1.00 each. A committee of
voinig men wili he on Ino streets to
day with tickets, or tagH. and
throughout Friday Tho streets
where the dance will he held aro to
ho roped off and prospectivo dancers
will be required to have tickets be
fore onterlng the grounds.
Tho decision to make the affair
Friday night, a subscription dance
for thoso attending in civilians
clothes waa reached at a Joint meet
ing of the board of directors and
the publicity committee of the cham
ber of commerce yesterday afternoon.
Various ways and means of raising
funds with which to defray the in
cidental expenses of thc encampment
wort? dlseusscd, and it was decided
that Inasmuch as practically all the
business interest? of tho city and a
good many private citizens had con
tributed to the fund, lt would be Just
and proper to ask tho young men of
the city to contribute to tho cause.
In fact, it waa tho general opinion
that it would not be necessary for
tho young men to be called upon;
that all that would be necessary
would be to suggest such a thing to
them, and they would be prompt to
help share tho expense ot entertain
ing tho cadets.
Messrs. W. F. Marshall, Glenn
I-assitcr, J. C.. Garrett, Marshall
Fan? and Percy drayton have been
named os a committee in charge ot
the sale of togs for the dance. The
committeemen may secure tickets
from the chamber of commerce after
noon today. They are requested to
call at that hour and securo tags
and proceed to sell them nt once.
MAYOR HYDE OF CHARLES
TON SENT TELEGRAM
TO MAYOR GODFREY
Is Theme to ba Discussed at Con?
. fe-re nc o of. National Secu
Mayor Godfrey yesterday morning
received a telegram from Mayor T.
J, Hyde ot Charleston requesting the
ronner'., pres o nco at tho prepared
ness conference ot the National Se
curity league, which convenes In
Charleston on Friday and lasts
through Saturday. - Mayor Godfrey
wired Mayor. Hydo in reply that of
ficial business and the Clemson en
campment would prevent hts being
present at the conference. >
. The following is <he telegram re
ceived by Mayor Godfrey:
''Necessity for preparedness amaz
ingly emphasized just now. Congress
needs to bo impressed with the de
termination ot the people of the
United States that the peace of Am or
lea cnn ot.!y be continued by ibelng
prepared for any contingency. May
w.e count upon yous* presence at
Charleston this week?
"T. J. Hyde, Mayor."
MR. KKITH CHAPMAN ILL
Will tTndeiigo Operation at Anderson
Mr, Keith Chapman was taken to
the Anderson county hospital yes
terday afternoon and will today un
dergo, an operation for appendicitis,
br. Querry of Columbia having been
summoned to operate. Mr. Chap
man ..becaine 111 on Sunday, end had
another attack yesterday morning.'
WfiRK INTERESTING VISITORS
Mr. J. T. Cmft-Instrumental In .He*
Mr. arid Mrs. Frank Kidd, and
Mr. and Mr?, jr. ti. Craft of Hart
welt, were among, the visitors to tb?
Mty,Wednesday from Georgia. Mr.
Croft is tho owner of Craft's ferry
rind the very excellent mada w>
have to tho Savannah river-iure due,
in largo measure, to bis enterprise
and the activity' ho has lent tb tho
proposition of swinging trame Ihat
A great deal ot (raffle, in feet the
most popular route' to Andereon, or
.Tho only chance you have en
cornent week - Nonna?V?.
Owl Drug Co. .
IN INTEREST GOLF
TO DEVELOP LINKS
Immediately and Get them in
bership to Be Large
A meeting of the golf dub was
he-Id yesterday at anon In tho rooms
of ibo '.bamber or '.omino .?:.*? .-.
which itime temporary organization
wara perfected by selecting Mr. Al.
M. Matthieu, president and the fol
lowing temporary board of gover
nors: Messrs. Il. A. Orr. A. S. Far
mer. C. W. Causey and C. A. Oam
brlll Mr. (?ambrlll is secretary pro
There ar<* about in charter mem
bers of the ?elf club and those pres
ent yesterday were very enthusiastic
about Its success. It has been de
cided to call In f>0 per cent of the
subftsripttons and to put the links
In condition for play as rapidly na
possible. Permanent organization
will 'be perfected at a later date.
About 100 members aro expected tn
bo secured. y
NEW CAROLINA SONG
DURING STATE FEDERATION
OF WOMEN'S CLUBS
And Song Has Been Adopted by
State Legislature-Is One
of Foremost Tenors
Reed Miller, former Andersonlan.
and who ls today recognized as one
of the foremost tenors of America
will arrive in Anderson during the
first week in May nt which timo he
will sing during the meeting of the
State Federation of Women's clubs,
which begins In this city on May 9.
Anderson people will bo especially
glad to welcome Mr. Miller He is
well known not only by the people
of the city, hut by the people of this
Mr. Miller has recently composed
muslo for the song "Carolina," thc
words of which are taken from Hen
ry Tlmrod's poems. Tho following
letter received by The Intelligence
from Huntsinger &. Dilworlh, pub
lishers'.of the Rong, will be ol inter
est in this connection:
"We take much pleasure In for
warding today, with our compliment:.,
a copy of the song entitled, "Caro
lina" which we would thank yon td
review in your paper.
"We wish to state that this song
has been composed hy Reedt Miller
who ls a Carolinian and also desire
to call your attention to tho fact
that the text of this song has been
approved by tho state legislature as
a state <aong.
"We understand Jthat South Caro
lina has never had "a state 3ong, and
now that these words have been
adopted by the state legislature, (and
set to music by a Carolinian., w'th
marshal spirit whereby school- chil
dren and public -boosting choruses
can Bing lt with characteristic 'pat
r'.ticism here ns the vehicle on
whleh to ride!
4"I'.te State Federation of Wo
men'* c'tjib*;. this year meet in An
derson, South Carolina, May 0; and
on that dat? Mfr. Miller himself will
conduct a large chorus In the rendi
tion of thia composition.
"Mr. Miller 1B without question
one of the foremost tenors of Ameri
ca and has made several tours of thc
entire country. At present Mr. M li
ier is tenor soloist of the noted St.
Thomas's church of New York City.
"The music critics of Now York
Cdty have commented very favorahlj
on Mr. Miller's admirable setting ot
Henry Tlmrod's wonderful poem.
BARBECUE AT BR0G0X MILLS
To Be Olfen by Office Force, Over
seers and Others.
' A harebcue will be given today at
Bregon mills by the office force, thc
overseers, the- second hand and the
section men to the operatives add
their families. The mill will close
doun at 12 o'clock for the day and
the. droner' wiU bo served in the
grove Just above th? mill. Promi
nent Speakers, will attend and music
will be furnished by th? Wllllamston
.. . . . ?x
Sold Bank rapt Stock.
Mr. Sam'l Xl. ^olfe, ' *? trustee,
yesterday ?old tho stock, of. goods,
fixtures itv? etoo*."etc;, of Raymond
Beaty bankrupt. The sale wa? com
menced at 10 o'clock and wis not
concluded until after S Celoek. The
goods,, ?t?o., were bought by various
individuals, the sales amounting io
Tfce only chance you haye en
campment week NtwmallyV
I Owl Drug Co.
Just a little block of
extra apace right in this corner
to mention the beautiful new
rango of patterns, snappy ef
fects of stripes and plaid negli
gee shirts, also Bpi en did variety
of satin stripe, jaquard effects,
madras, pongee and mercerized
poplins-full range of sizes and
$1.00 to $2.00
of every good kind and a full
value at every price.
WE ON?Pf?/C? CL OTHfffiS
.Mr. Cha?. Barton.
.Mr. Chas. Burton of the Orr mill
village died at his homo yesterday
morning at 10:30 o'clock after an Ill
ness of several days. Mr. Burton is
survived by a wife and several chil
dren. For a number of years he has
been connected with a barber shop at
tho Orr mills and, is widely known.
Funeral services will be held today.
AHM SHOT OFF
Near Fatal Accident Two Mlles Aboie
Carter Worley, the little four year
old son of Mr. C. Y. Worley who
lives on Mr. D. S. - ,\r ndiver's place
about two miles above, the city, had
to have his left arm amputated at
the elbow yesterday afternoon as the
result of a load of shot he had ac
The bey's father .started fishl'.ng
yesterday afternoon, and it seems
that after he had gotten a short d's
tance from the house, he sent hi?
little seven year old son. Frank, back
lo the house to get his shot gun.
In getting the gun from Its resting
place albove th? window, the little
fellow let it fall, causing It to dis
charge. The greater part of the load
of shot struck Carter's arm. Ho was
brought to the hospital and the arm
amputated. Another little two year
old son was rather painfully wound
ed with some of the bird shot, but
PROBATE JUDGE'S SALE
ANDERSON COUNTY. .
John T. Burrls8 and O. G. Burriss,
partners in trade a3 John T. Burriss
& Son, Plaintiffs
Carolina Grain and Elevator Com
pany, \V. L. Brlssey Lumber Com
pany and Sullivan Hardware Com
pany, etc., et al., Defendants.
Pursuant to an order ot sale grant
ed herein I will sell , on ealesday in
May, 1916, in front of the Court House.
In the City of Anderson, S. C., dur
ing usual hours of sale the rent es
tate described an follows, to wit:
That building known as the Elevator
Building, located on land belonging
to the Blue Ridge Railway company,
at tiie northeastern corner of the. in
tersection of the 'right-of-way of the
Blue Ridge Railway company with
Fant Street, in the City of ?Anderson,
Anderson County, 3. C., together with
all the appurtenances and fix tu res
partaking of the nature ot the realty
as well as all rights and privileges
! relating thereto under1 ary agreement
existing between Carolina Grain and
Elevator company and said Btue Ridge
' Terms: Cash. Purchaser to pay
extra for papers and stamps and if
the purchaser should fall to comply
within ten days the said premiaos to
bc resold at risk of former purchaser.
No bid to be received unions the
bidder shall' have deposited With Spe
cial Referee an unconditional certified
check for one hundred' ($100.00) dol
lars, on some bank -.In tho ^clty of AnV
.. W. P> Nicholson,
' Probate Judge as Special Referee. '
~" NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All persons having claims against
the estate of Hugh Maha ff ey, Sr.. de
ceased, are hereby notified to present
them properly proven' to tho' under
signed within the time prescribed by
law. and those indebted to make set
tlement. ^ . '
. , Geo. W..Sullivan,
. x> .-. and. '
M. C. Maharfcy,
. Executors. ? !
April 19. 1916.'
JIOTIflK TO cnEmT?ftfc
All persons having claims against
the estate ot Fred Kowalski, deceased,
are hereby notified to present them
properly proven to thf* - undersigned
vi th In the time pre scribed by law.
and those indebted to' make " settle
ment.- . / \ ",r , . "
Mrs. Hedwefg Kowalski. ,
i Parker ?S
I -have all the style, ?
pression of the high
I made garments at a
Why don't you joi
Let us prove to yo
ments, which are fae
Over twenty yeai
buying and fitting cl<
Time to get your Kodak in or
der and experiment with some
fresh Alms. Nothing more in
teresting than to have a photo
graphic record of. the seasons. -
And If you are planning a trip ?
now is the time to get in train
ing. At all times we have abso
lutely fresh films and other Ko- -
' We do the best developing and I
printing in' Anderson. Leave
your films today, get pictures,
Cox Stationery Co.
Leading Stationers and Printers
RAGS OF ALL KINDS
I will pay $1.60 per hundred, cash
for Rags.. A
25o per. hundred tor old -Scrap
Iron. . .
4c per pound for old Automobile
10c per pound for old Inner Tubes,
-and Th9 Highest Cash Price, for
'all kinds ot old ttra??. Copper, etc.
?If you have as much as 100 pounds
of any ot the above 'phone me and
I'll call for it.
Manning Street, Near Blue Ridge
. "'IC? CO. . . ' ?.
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CLEMSON ALE! CI;HB
Will Aire Concert Toiigbt at Ander?
, . son eollege.
Tho Clcmsco CollegeGlee ?lob
will give a concert' tonight ot '8:30
at. Anderson ebllego fdr .which' tn?
admission will ha 25 cents. Clemson
baa one ot'MU best gie* clubs in tho
starte and doubtless a large audience
will hear them this ebbing.
Are being worn by hundreds of men
We take considerable pride in the
fact that we have sold more clothes this
spring than we have before in all our
And then, again, we are proud be
cause we know these men are look
ing their best, and that they have the
consciousness of being well dressed
and a realization that not only do the
clothes look well but that they will
wear well, and also that they have not
paid an exhorbitant price for them.
$15, $20 and $25
character and ex
ter priced tailor
. great saving to
n the procession ?
u the above state
rs' experience in
othes for Ander
All That's New
Straws $1.50 to $5.00
Panamas $4.00 to $6.00
CLEMSON COLLEGE GLEE CLUB
Anderson College Auditorium
TONIGHT, APRIL 27th
Club Songs, Quartettes, Duets,
'Mandolin Club and Orchestra
ADMISSION; - - - - - 25c.,
, J. F. BLACKMON, Mgr.
For Fresh Florida Vegetables ?j
Fresh Snap Beans, per lb. . ... ,. . . . . . . . 15c
New Irish Potatoes, per lb. . . . |: . . .... 7$\
Extra-Fine Selected Tomatoes, per lb. 12 l-2c
Carrots, per ?b, ................... . i pcv
Beets, 3 for . .. . . . . ..... . 10c
Celery, per stalk : .... .... .... . lOc andlSc
New Cabbage, per lb. .... ; 4?
Strawberries, per quart ...... . . . , . . . Jlg?v
W. S, R A M S E
( Pure Food sind Saii?tary St?re
11 ' ii:,' t.n?
, PREVENTION I
An ounce of trevenltbn is worth, 5
a found ol euro. Thu) ta- the y
C?NE. Nowhere la thia so n?e- ,
?**???ty- ?t iiik regard to the ??Nfe??<
bi the TEETH. Visit the deft*'
tlat AT LEAST-..twice a year, whether?you think you lt or not;v ?
Let bim gi*e youteeth a thorough cleaning, search out the.iM??mS^.
of decay, cl?on .off tfhe. tartar, abd tn general PftBVENT ihbse dental
evils that are likely to gt??r oh you unawares.
.. DJ*, timm ?. w_
O??ce ?rer Fariper? ? Kerchantfi
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