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City Candidates' Cards
I hereby announce myself. a candi
dato for re-election as mayor of the
City of Anderson, subject to the rules'
of thc democratic primary election.
J. H. GODFREY.
I hereby announce myself a candi-j
dato for Mayor for tho City ot .Ander
son, subject to the rules of tho demo
cratic primary election.
WADE A. SANDERS.
FOR ALDERMAN,. WARD 1
I hereby anncunce thyself as candi- |
dato for alderman from Ward 1, sub
ject to rules of tho city democratic j
W. E. ATKINSON.
I hereby announce myself as a
candidate for Alderman from Ward 1,
(subject to tlie rule3 of the democratic
primary^ election. :
C. W. McGee.
FOR ALDERMAN, WARD 2
I hereby announce-, itali e isndl-!
date for re-electloa as alderman from I
Ward 2, subject to the rules ot the]
democratic primary, election.
The friends of A. M. McFall hereby
anuounce him as a candidate for al
derman from Ward 2, subject to the)
democratic city primary.
FOR ALDERMAN WARD 3
I hereby announce mysolf a candi
date for alderman from Ward 3. Bub-1
jeet to the rules of the city demo
cratic primary election.
. ERNEST DUGAN.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for re-election as alderman from
Ward 3, subject, to the rules of the
democratic primary election.
" CHAS. F. SPEARMAN.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date, for alderman from Ward 8, sub
ject to the rules of the city democra
tic primary election.
, S. G. BRUCE.
FOR ALDERMAN, WARD 4
. I .hereby announce* myself a candi
date for alderman.from Ward 4, sub* i
ject to ; the rul?s', ot the city demo-]
eratic primary election.. '*'
7 > -\ ? -;F: E. ALEXANDER.
I hereby ?fm?uttce myself a candi-j
date for re-election;?s .alderman from
Ward 4, subject to the rules and reg
ulations ot the city primary.
JOHN H. TATE, . I
Dr.- */f. .P. Ashmore-,- tho- ' peoples j
candidate announces himself candi
date tQ*^ for Ward ?4>-Bdb
j?ct te the Democratic perll?s.
I. hereby announce .myself a candi
date for re-election ar. Alderman from
Ward 5. subject to the? i^l?fc^of tho
democratic primary election.'" "
R. R. KINO.
I hereby ' ahnouuco . myself as a
candidate for -alderman., frontward B,
cnibject tb the ru?es bf the elly dem
ocratic'primary. , !
FOR ALDERMAN, WARD 6
' I hereby announce mysolf a candi
date fdr re-election as alderman from
Ward. 6, subject to tho rules \ef the
democratic primary election.
ROBT. L. CARTER. ?
? lie roby announce myself a candi
date tor alderman from Ward 6, sub
ject to,the ruIeB ot tho city democra
tic primary election.
\::v ?: ., '. : w. w. LYLES.
' Thc only chance you have en
campment week -r Ntinnally's.
Owl Drug Cr;
Stomach Catarrh Is
l in this climate catarrh ls a
prevalent disease. Catarrh af
fects the stomach afc often as
any other orlaran. Perhaps every
third3 person la more or less
' troubled wlih. stomach, catarrh.
PAMIR*. IR c.xtcMlVcly uued ill
^.ifcaW oases.'' '-/
J^rJ^pair itfLW par hundred, cash.
25o per hundred for old Scrap
"tronvi; *. .. [?. ':-".iv;''-..,
4c per pound for old Awtojtnoblle
10c per potm4 fer vid iMef Tot?.
-and Tbs Highest Cash "Price tor
ail t?itds of ol? $T*&XXpp?r, eta.
?f yon have as tauen as ??tt pound?
of any or the anove aphone NW and
?.a ??a for it
; ? SAM DlSNER
.Manning Street,: Near Blue HJdje
. .; ?COCO.
ATTENDED BY PEOPLE FROM i
ENTIRE PIEDMONT SEC
TION OF STATE
CADETS TO LEAVE
No Drill Exercises Thu Morning-- j
Thousands Saw Regimental
Review at Athletic Field ,
Tho open air dance last night was
a fitting climax to thc Clemson en
campment and was without a doubt
the biggest and most successful affair
of Its kind ever given -In the city ot
'Anderson. Severa' hundred ?were
dancing and during the evening prob-1
ably "3,000 people visited the scene,
many watching for a while and then
The street had been roped off and
only those dancing were allowed
on the aspholt, the spectators stand
ing on the sidewalks or on the ad
joining yards. This afforded more
room for the dancers and made the
affair much more enjoyable. Over
head ilghtu -provided splendid Illum
ination. Music was furnished by
members of the Clemson hand, ami
reTreBhmcnts were served at thc end
of tho* dancing space on North Mc
A noticeable .feature of tho dance
last evening was the greater uumbcr
of yoting ladies who were" _ present
than on Tuesday evening. The dance
on, Tuesday was the first of Its kind
over given in this city, and -was a
grand success. ItB record became
known all over thia section or the
state.and last night thero were visi
tors from all th? adjoining .counties.
Although not all the cadets were
dancing, a large number pf - them
were, and they seemed, ?to bo having
a great time. Several of -tho young
were also dancing. -Numbers of vho
men of the city and other visitors,
older people? who probably have, not
danced in. several years, entered'.Into
the spirit of the occasion and stepped
out on thc H moot h asphalt and-joined
tho happy throng.
The affair. last nrght was one that
"will long bo remembered, bj*, thousr
ands of people. It was somewhat ot
a farewell - affair to the over 700
cadets, and they enjoyed it immensely
to say the least.
Cadets Leave Today. . <
Tho cadeia will leave Camp Cdm
mlns this afternoon and will return
'to" Clemson - cn tho- late . aftsrnobn
train. Thoy havo boen in campslnce
last Monday morning.' : Y\
Thero .w-.'U ha uo drill exercises
this morning, tho cadets boliig' re
quired to stay in camp and get every
thing in readiness to return ito : UM
college. They moy leave camp frcm
noon until time to. get b:jek and
march tb the tram this afternoon.
Thonsands 8MV Review. ']
Tho e.r.owd w'ineselng tho regimen
tal drill at Cater Athletic-park yes
terday afternoon' probably numbered
2,000. Thc outskirt* pf. tho field;
were, lined and -packed with automo
biles and spectators and.: the bleach
era were filled to their greatest ca
pacity..' The re view 'was very interj
eating, and attracted* much favorable I
comment. . .
I/ncB ;bcing formed at Camp Cum
mins, tho cadets marched in throe
;b?itiHonB, ibu? companies to. each,
rntb'the athletic field. Tho batta
lions <?>n took positions side by side
in the field. After all three-.of tho
.battalions had reached their posi
tions, tho cadets executed sonic man
.nal cf arms, which created g?n?ral
interest. rTho battalions then
marched in review before Command
No*, only has the second encamp
ment of tho Clemson cadets in An
derson been a -pleasure; to tho peo
ple of the city and the-students, but
it ' has created a stronger, relation
ship between/ Anderson and Clemson
college. The gentlemanly conduct
of the cadets hua been the -subject ol
Apparently the encampment has
been a greater success IMB year than
last. All ot those who were boro
last year were acquainted with ipco
plo In the city. Their Anderson
friends have entertained at numerous
informal parties, 'dinners and .dunc
es, and the cKdets- all say that they
have had a glorious time.
DB. ASHMORE ANNOUNCES
lils Candidacy For Alderman From
N Ward Four..
Dr. W. F. Ashmore, prominent
physician of this city, In thia issue ot
Tho Intelligencer formally announc
es his candidacy for alderman from
Ward fpur. Tho other two candi
dates In the race are Messrs*. John
Tate and Frank Alexander.
Or. Ashmore has been chairman
of the city board of health <for tho
past sevoral years, and for tho past
twp years has been chairman of thia
body. Ho 'is widely known, and IIIB
friends predict success for him in
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? ANDERSON COLLEGE. +
? / *
in celebration of tito tercentenary
of .Shakespeare':; death.. Anderson
College presented on Friday even
ing, April 2?th, ? draiur.ilc perform
ance called ; "Shakespeare's Lov
ers" under tho .management of Miss
Binton, head of the English depart
ment, the students of the Senior Class
.in English appeared In several -or
tho most 'striking lovo cconcs in
AB u part of the celebration. Dr.
H. N. Snyder of Wofford College
spoke on Saturday evening, his sub
ject being "Sorao T?iqugh*.a on tho
SAGE TEA BEAUTIFIES
Don't Stay Gray! It .Darkens
So Naturally that .No
body can Tell.
You can turn "gray, ' fad,ed hair
beautifully dark and lustrous almost
over night If you'll'get a BO cent bot
tle of "Wyeth's . Sage aud Sulphur
Compound." at any drug store.. Mil
lions of bottles of tbs' old famous
Sage Tea Recipe,^ Improved by tho
addition of other ingredients;, are sold
annually, says .a well-known druggist
here, because it darkens the. hair so
naturally and evenly that no one can
tell it has been applied,
jj Those whose .hair ,is turning gray
;i; becoming faded have -a surprise
awaiting tjiem, becauso after one or
two applications the ' gray.; hair J van
ishes and your locks become luxur
iantly dark and beautiful.
This ls tho -agc ?of youUi. Gray
haired, unattractive tulka aren't want
ed around, so get busy with Wyeth's
Sage and Sulphur Compound tonight
and you'll bo delighted with your
dark, handsome hair and your youth
ful; appearan oe within a few days.
This preparation Ts a toilet' requl
?sUo and lo not intended for the cure,
mitigation or prevention of disease.
Chisholm, Trowbridge & Suggs
New Theatre Building
. W. Whttner SL *
Div WadelHL Sherard
413 Fourth Floor . Bleckley Bids.
Titre? Hundredth Anniversary of
tho Death ol Shakespeare." The ad
ores-.* was masterly and; Mfossosscd oj
Inimitable charm, being characteriz
ed by delightful unconventionality
of manner, a vein of delicute humor,
and simplicity in the presentation of
Invitatlous have been issued by
tho Junior class to a reception to
be given tho Senior on Saturday
evening, April 29th.
Groat interest centers in the May
festival lp bc held on thu campus
at 4.30 In the afternoon, under thc
direction of Miss Geary, head of the
department of Physical Trr.inlng.
Tho gynay'um cinsses will appear
in un Indian club drill, folk dances,
cud the May Polo dance. The folk
dauccs will bo presented in the cos
tumes of the nntlons represented, and
, tho Indian club fh Indian costum.
Tao Clemson College Gleo club
j gavo a concert In tho auditorium on
? Thuradr.y evening.
.Hov, D. \V. Dodge was a guest
at tho Senior table at dinner on Sat
Miss Helen Smith, dean of the col
lege spent Hie wcok-ond in Abbeville.
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'....* ? .XV : . _ J_.
MEt CHARLEY B. BURTON
PASSES AT AGE OF 41
Mr. Charley B. Burton, died at
hia homo on Fourth Avenue, Orr
Mil! Wednesday. Mr. Burton was
in his 41st year and had been a
great sufferer for about a year with
dropsy. Ho was'raised near Barn3
Station and had boon living at Orr
Mill for several years. Ho is sur
vived by u wife and seven children
and a step mother, Mrs. Mollie Bur
ton who reside on East Orr street,
ono brother, Mr. Preston Burton of
Warren. Ala., and two half sisters;
Mrs. Dave Willama and Mrs. Will
Sullivan ot Williamston.
Funeral services were conducted
by Rev. L: W. Johnson and inter
ment made yesterday at Union church
Don't forget the Cake Sale at
Moore-Wilson Co.'s store Satur
day by the Philathea Class First
iccial Train Will Leave M
7:30 a. ra. P. ?Sb N. Ry.
7:58 a. ra.
8:08. a. rn. "
8:13 ?. ra. " :
8:00 a. ra. "
8:35 a.m. "
8:50 a. ra. '*
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ur Ticket reads v?a P. & W
for schedules of all regular trains,
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A, Greenville, 3. C. A cst. G. P.
j J BELIEVE ?^S
perimeuts comes back to Firestones.
The man of experience sticks to Fire
stones. Graduate now into the exper- .
ienced class who p\\]oy
MOST MILES PERDOLLAR
Soc tho Firestone man and (Iud out why you
can get this extra service nt avorago cost.
Automobile and Motorcycle Tires,
Tubes and Accessories
Todd Auto Shop
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ay 15th, 1916, as follows:
Leave Grr , wood ... '..... .. , . 9:45 ?. m. S. A. L. Ry.
" Abbeville .... .10:10 a.m. >
" > . ?i -. Camoun Folia ..... * ?. ., .10:30 a. m. "
" Elberton._. .11:10 a. m.
" Athens. .12:10 Noon "
? Winder . . ...12:50 p.m. 41
" Lawrenceville ..... .-. ?.. 1:20 p. m.
" Atlanta ... . 1:45 p. in.
Arrive Birmingham. 5:30 p. m.
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rate,I limit, etc., or call on : I
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